Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 3, 1960
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:03521
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: .. ... City Attorney A. J. Thomas Jr. I : Pleas for a speedup of U.s. :301
:. ': 2 four-lanihg north of Starke was
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___________.5 55I S ____ .;/ .. .- fuesday night tto'-draw up a reso- j _. : on the agenda when Bradford
I ution setting a '$1.50 residential] ]. S County Commissioners met with
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S __ Ill:! $2. Commercial sewer service j the Stale Road Department in
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-. '" :barge. (per month? ], and raising I i&S.. ,,;'.'iI--t.{ 4 Gainesville' 10:30: a.m. Thursday -
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S. .- :j, ; tars minimum water rate present requests primary -
rrom' $1.35 to $2 for the first 5-1 and secondary projects < in

1 2r IIL 1 1I 1I WO; gallons.Elf the coming year.
N .'. r.' -- -- ,- ; : e:tive' date of the new chares Ig'4S Mounting impatience with 301
: which must still be formally work delays has readied peak proportions -

-. _.- -- I adopted after the resolution is here In recent weeks as

Dragline presented will be April 1. --- ..-.s;;; ;;, :,- "---------- .. .-_--_-_- i, no apparent effort has been made
.p I It is estimated that the sewer ''by the contractor to speed up a

,:!iarge and higher water rate will Qualifying BeginsThree i project that has already draggedout
., t Wr J'i. 'bring: the city around $2,250 over 18 months. Bad weatherhas

Accident monthly in added revenue, which been blamed for the delays,
S county candidates were sioner, Dist. 3; Harold K. Norman,
ivill be earmarked for improvements but critics have said the contractorhas
Johnny-on-the-spot in the clerk'soffice seeking eeleiOI\ to his County
S ; and expansion of the city's : I not taken advantage of fair
as qualifying time got under Commission Disl. 1 post; J. D. '
t 4 :?4 : l sewer system water system, and j weather in recent months.
5, : : '<11<.15:':"" .. way at noon Tuesday. Clerk. Griffis, for School Board. Dist. 4; I
: %4 FatalJack ) -- streets. It will supplement the On its primary road'request
: Charles A. Darby (left) handles nnd incumbent Sheriff P. D. Reddish
Jack J. Parker five 'per cent of thg city's utility necessary paper work for Russell seeking re-election. list the Bradford delegation gave
tax that is being used for No. 1 to the
2 now priority fcur-laning
Green Jr., candidate for County
I Qualifying are: CounlyCommission
% S iiiis of"U. S. 301 (State 200) from the
'S family plot in Crosby Lake Ceme- purpose. Ho-
J. Parker, 47 of Starke, Commissioner, Dist. 5 and \V.
The plan is to borrow money and School Board intersection of Temple Avenue and
was drowned early last Saturdayafter tery under the direction of De- gan Smith and W. H. Graham, "
'or needed improvements and use members, $60; Supervisor of CallStreet to the Alachua County
being trapped ,in the cab Witt C Jones Funeral Home. both offering fOIl tile Count) ; *
of his machine when ,a roadway Active pallbearers were Thomas the earmarked funds to retire the Commissioner,.Dist. 3, post. Registration, $45; all county line. S -
I debt I On the secondary road list No.
collapsed at the"Trail Ridge Plant Gill. Col. James A. Griffin Besides these three, others who ficers, except County Judge, $ ; ,
In other action Tuesday night 1 priority was given to. the De of the Du .Pont. ,Company, east of Arthur McRae, E. L. McKnight had qualified by noon Thursdaywere County Judge, $456.97.
Starke, ,toppling the ,dragline on Dave Paulk, and Cula Goran. Cc.uncQ| Chairman Rapdal Chitty Seeber D. Goodman, also a Deadline for qualifying is March Church road,, leading in a westerly
expressed himself as "perplexed"to direction from SR 18 just west f
its side in_four feet of water. I a candidate for County Commis- 15. I $
find some hesitation on the I I Graham then in a northerly du
The accident occurred at 7:30I ( part of his fellow Councilmen to I reclion hack to SR 18 east *&

I I a.m. while Parkerah experienced Hitch-hikers Rob adopt a resolution authorizing Both Legislative Seats Contested I Brooker, a distance of approXhmately
Dragline that toppled: in a road cave-in taking the life of i I *
dingline operator who has worked Mayor W T. Jackson to appoint 4Vj miles.
I Jack Parker last Saturday is seen in top photo lying on its side | at the 'Trail Ridge mine since a Housing Authority to plan and I Other primary road requestswere

in shallow pond. Lower photo shows dragline from another !'it opened in 1948, was moving the Beat Milk Man administer: a low cost housing As Qualifying Deadline Passes : "*i.,.

angle, with road cave-in in foreground. equipment 'from one location to program for' Starke. I Plans and estimates of cost cia \

mother.: It was necessary to,drain Melvin C. Harbin, Route 1, Box Chitty pointed out .that everything pedestrian overpass.. on U. $.\

the water from the pond before 359, Kingsley Lake, reported Sun- necessary for Starke to take I Two-man races for State Sen- Guy Andrews. 301 in front of Bradford High:

Sheriff BasesRerelecion 1I Parker's body could be' recovered cay that he was cut on the abdomen .- advantage of this program had ator from Bradford and Union!I A. J.. Thomas Jr., Starke attorney School;

about noon SaturdayS : knocked in head by a pop been done up to this point, but Counties, and State Representative and Fonzo Prevatt, Starke Rework and re-surface the old

.'r'-: S operation of moving the bottle and robbed of around $175 I.that no further- progresscould be from Bradford were set as ,auto salesman and Baptist preacher lane: of U.S. 301 from north'cit
Bid! I dragline over the dirt ,road in the by three young male hitchhikersh made until the-Authority was setup. qualifying time for legislative, I will vie for the House of Re- limits of Starke to Clay County'

; i mining area began, shortly after picked up near-Alligator Creek' He said the issue. had been i posts closed at noon Tuesday. ;.piesenlatives seat vacated by !line; S

S daylight. The equipment had been bl!dge. on SR 230. 5 .dragging more than a year. II Incumbent Senator Charley E. Do le' E. Conner now a candidatefor Re-work and re-surface SR 100
On Past RecordBradford moved about a quarter of a mile Harbin employed on 'a-Scaliest :;: Mayor Jackson. agreed that deby Johns is opposed by Star e realtor Commissioner ,of Agriculture. I from the:west city limits ,of%Starke

without incident when1 the 'road, Dairy milk route said he was had., been, excessive, but, said I to Union County line;

skirting1 a small pond, suddenly driving east on 230 in his car a- this was: a far-reaching: program I II Re-work and re-surface SR 230

County Sheriff ,P. D. collapsed. R- L. Thomas,, another bout 4 o'clock Sunday afternoon and 'I!;{ .fSted.'further study' be-! ProtF ed.ForSeekinJ! Judgeship from Clay County: : ,..line to; City; of:.- .-/V'<

Reddish this"week, announced and employee, ,'said t he. ;w& W lkitgbeside when he stopped to pick up 'the )n&ling: the .Authority members. -4 II Starke; S 4 :

qualified as a candidate for reelection S the -dragline- checking the, :itch-hikers! : When they .reached He said' it had been suggested '. : .. "..: ; Re-work and re-surface SR "16
j that he and the Council members Thomas B. J Jones, a Universityof ; ..". ; -I'
in the May primaries.Now road, and it appeared to be safe Kingsley 'Lake and Harbin, from' Clay County line to Union

servIng his third term, It had been used for,several'years: who lives with his wife and child visit Jasper ',and other towns ( Florida Jaw professor who 'f: -S 'c!) I, County line, widenfng- street
arid there, at in the area that are:participating ;,.><': r within the limits of Starke
Sheriff Reddish said he would by heavy, equipment in. a Rosenberg rental cottage {qualified as a candidatefor Circuit city ,

run on his past record as sheriff had been no indication: of weak. the lake, attempted to turn from 'lit'the program and find out their'Judge in the 8th District, opposing -' ,'..,.. SIS ct .f.>, I with sidewalks and curbing.

adding that he Intends to, operate! SR 16 onto the old SR 48 leading reaction .to it. L. The Commissioners agreednot

te! office in a progressive and ness.Mr.. Parker was born in I to his home he said the hitch- I Chitty said that representatives I incumbentJudge' George SvS + 4I'S j I to put anything in Its request list

efficient manner, in view of the Alapaha, Ga. on July.26, 1913 and hJcers refused to1 let him turn of t the Housing & Home Finance I Patten of Starke, has been fired S.S relating to the three bridges across
fact, that his department is responsible had lived in Starke for 23 years. made him continue on 16 and 'Agency and the Florida Develop- ;| from his teaching position the Santa Fe River Into' Alachua '

for the safety and wel .HA-- urae.._" a_ .mpnrhpr.......---, -nf- thp.--- _First n__ turn rieht!: on- a sand road. The in)ent Commission had requested i Dr. Wayne Reitz, president of Si County, or the J bridge ,across New.

fare of Bradford County-citizens I P. D. Reddish Baptist Church. I men, one of 'h m--had a .25 ca tc meet'with City officials and,1 the university, said Jones was .._ ( S S5M ,, River into Union County, until'It
"1 am striving" the sheriff I II bi'C automatic pistol, demanded Council .members at 2 p. m, Monday I has had an opportunity to meet
i He is survived by his wife, of discussing fired "In accordance with the I
said, "to keep pace with a rapidly his money, Harbin said for the purpose I with the respective boards of the e"two
Boys Ranch at Live Oak. I Mildred Ann McRae Parker; two i various phases of the Cily's"workable established policy of the Board of ',..
and 'to preventany / denied counties.
growing county milk route .man I .
The Sheriff said he is in full daughters Mrs. Kenneth Grider program" a prerequisite -1 Control prohibiting members of "..
growth in crime by maintaining him and
ccoperation with all law enforcement and Miss Pamala Sue Parker, all having any money on a to participating in the housing -the faculties and staffs of state : -'
an alert and competentteam jcuffle ensued in which he was "! Check Homestead
agencies, both locally and of Starke; four brothers Coy I program. He said it would be institutions of higher learning S :

of deputies"Sheriff Reddish said that he i-iatewide. and that he works Parker vf La eland r Linwood cut, not deeply, across the abdo-and ,advantagous to have the Auti or-I' from running ford political office." Delinquent List '
with beer can opener .
hand-in-hand with the Starke. Parker, Tampa; Haywood Parker, men a iy members named so they could The 33-year-old professorcandidate -
employs three full-time deputies: nit on the head with a bottle. '
Chief Deputy Russell Redding of I Police! Department. Nashville, Ga.; and Bill Parker, threw'the keys to sit in on the meeting. said that ..he intends to con- On Page 2 of this issue will
Harbin said he '
Lawtey Jimmy Hamilton of'Brooker i' "Keeping within a budget Adel, Ga.; and one sister, Mrs. Mae his in the woods and made a i Since other Council members j test the policy which he believeseprivt's be found a list of,Bradford Coun:...
Sheriff Reddish continued, "is a Exley. Jacksonville. car seemed to favor another two- employees of not
university who have
and Dolph Reddish of last I break on foot toward his home. __a,_-I-I_ __ ty property _owners, __ .
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Starke several part-time deputies jco year Funeral services were held at snatchedhis weeks delay however Chitty a- their rights and "violates public ytt filed their 1960 homestead _
; He said one of the men
cut my budget by $7,000 and in the First Baptist i jieed to postpone the matter a- Thomas B. Jones -
including Robert Cox of 2 p.m. Monday wallet from his rear pocket policy. I I exemption applications.
Hampton. Jimmy Gnann of The- took in a record $44,000 in fines Church with Rev. L. D. Haines containing around $175, in company gain until the March 15 meeting. Jones said he will ask the Board, Tax Assessor Oene Long suggests _

fe.5a. Robert G. Green of Slarke and forfeitures. This means that I officiating Burial was in the money. Fire Chief.D.. Carpenter appeared of Control for a hearing on his cover any salary. lost as a resultof 1 that all property owners S

and George Shuford of Lawtey. the county spent only $9,000 for I before Council to request dismissal and if denied reinstatement his dismissal. check the list to see if their name

Others on the Sheriff's payrollar i full-time law enforcement." Deputy Sheriff Dolph Reddish that the rear wall of the Mendoza will ask circuit court to reverse The ex-professor has been on fe included or the names of

jailer I The Sheriff pointed out that. who assisted with the investigation building (formerly used by Chevrolet the restrictive ruling. He the law staff at the University fiiend or acquaintances who _
Chief Clayton Crawford. ;
pIor to the budget system the Bowling League I I ,although the robbery ac- be made into a !!' .
Assistant Jailer Freeman Crosby, !! agencies) said he will sue the Board to re- since 1958. Prior to his employment should. be notified-
office operated almost entirely on ually took place in Clay County 1're! wall in compliance with the ]i I at the University he had I Deadline for filing homestead
and Mrs. Loca Norman, who serves ,
as secretary and bookkeeper. !! its earnings but now it has the Noegel's Auto Sales remainedin I asks that anyone who might have city's code before it was put to j! been judge of the Inferior Court exemption applications is Ap1'111....

of staff.:' I.extra added expense of maintaih- first place in beating Cabinet{oiserved the hitch-hikers on 230 use by- Florida Sunwear Inc., as ;: I Ii I for five :years in Escambia Coun-
'I proud
Sheriff am Reddish very said "They my are I ing the county jail; which includes Shop Tuesday night in the City( Sunday afternoon get in touch I I a clothing manufacturing plant. i I II i Night Hours Set ty, Alabama. After receiving his Elks To Meet ?

24-hours i I food .and the .salaries of twojailers. Bowling League. Rotary Club I with him and give what information He said this could be done by : AB and LLB degrees from Ihe
call a day and are .
en i For Registration
the of Starke ,Jay-I they might have. the i I v.ill'meet at
ready to work around the clock, ) took measure closing five large windows on I University of Alabama he con- The B.P.O. Elks
if necessary. These men. combined Sheriff Reddish and his wife. cees as the defeats kept both the! Clay County officers are invetigating I south side of the building. mak- I In CourthouseMrs. ducted a general practice in that 8 p.m. Monday, March 7, in the _

with first class equipment Ruth; Sapp Reddish reside at 207 losing teams In a tie for second.I the case. (Continued on Page '6) I state for two years before becom- dub rooms, preceded by dinner _

insure our a safer Bradford County ,_N.". _Tirnartwav____n_4 _in. Starke_u__ and n have I Marian L. Crosby Supervisor -I ing judge. at 7 o'clock. There will be an

for our citizens he added. seven children all sons. He is a : I I of RegIstration. announces j Toe University chapter of the initiation of several candidates,' _

Sheriff Reddish is a member of member of the Primitive Baptist that starting next week her offIce -' American Association of University and all members are urged to at-

the board of the Florida Shertff'Association Church and the Starke Rotary in the courthouse will be open i Professors backed Jones' tend. A large delegation of out of _

(Cub.: each Tuesday and Thursday night aland but said this aoes not imply tpwn visitors a expected.-Owen

; the National Sheriff'sAi&ooiation. 1 The Sheriff will serve as his from 7:30: to 8:30: p.m. This is i endorsement of his candidacy. Vaughan, E.R.. _
and 'the Peace Offi 1 own campaign treasurer and has being done.'for the convenienceof

cers Association. He is also activein 'lamed, Florida Bank at Starke working" people who cannot I
ifcs his campaign depository.. 1 1I Norman Asks Return To Commission
the work of Florida Sheriffs' I I'I I I register during the day. I
I Registration books close at 5

I Fonzo Prevail i I II I pjn.Mrs.on Crosby April 2. states that more:I j Harold K. Norman announced I. -----S-S-

4 than 800 registrants have not replied -.!j i this week that he would be a candidate 1 S

K51 to cards that were sent out t:| for re-election as County ,___
FISH FRy I Bids For House I to 1,700 persons who did not. vote!i Commissioner. District 1, the of-

'. : V in the 'last two elections. Unless fi i:I lice he has held for the past tour I IL

At'Spring JY 1 they return cards by 5 p.m. or 11 L I years.
Football George Fonzo Prevail a new- L April 2 their names will be removed ',. During his term in office, Mr. I : CS'I

'II'comer to county politics, qualified|, from the registration list. | Norman has served two years as I Ii !; -s.

Game I j Monday in Tallahassee to run for j I !i chairman of the Board and one ,
I the office of State ReptesentativeI } I vice chairman. ""During i _
year as r-.Sz
SAT. :MAK'CH I I for Bradford County. Torode Chairman this time many vital decisions have 4 S_

Mr Prevatt was born and reared -\ I been made concerning the progress -

5:30: -7:30: P.M. in .Lawtey but is now residingin i For. Farris Bryant I I and future of Bradford .i

Starke where "he is employedas i In Bradford CountyJohn County and at all times I have -: (
mis'Stadium an automobile salesman. He bt, best _
the I thought
acted in manner
:- ..- married and the tather of four!! A.. Torode of Starke hast for the county and citizens : :
$1.00 50c children; a veteran of World War!, t been named Bradford County( equally," Mr. Norman said in

'In, with foreign service; member, chairman of the Farris Bryant for making his announcement ___ -

This Space Contributed ('of the American Legion; and a *j S- _ _ _ i Governor campaign. Mr. Bryant,II Mr. Norman is 28 years old : _

Baptist minister. Ocala attorneJ and a candidate for married and the father of three, _

Weekly to Publicize In announcing his candidacy 11!I Science Fair WinnersPictured governor four years ago, was in children. He i is a member of the
Mr. Prevatt said: "I feel that morning II
Community Events by j Starke briefly Monday Heilbronn Springs Baptist Church. ...

know the needs of the people of I above are the three I blue ribbon winning model of an i ii RigaU'Martha'Long, 10th 'grade I Ito perfect his organization here. Starke Elks Club and Bradford; Harold' K. Norman

THE COMMUNITY Bradford County and I will never first prize winners in the annual i, oil derrick. ;I biology, is pictured with her blue I John Kopelousoa will serve as Farm Bureau. I

betray the trust and confidence I Science Fair now under way in the I Center: Another blue ribbon ribbon model of a ferri wheeLS i I co-chairman of the local Bryant Johns ).{r. Norman said that he believed would be valuable in helping to
STATE BANK \ activities, and Mrs. Ruby
S will devote S winner, Sylvia Starling 10th grade 1 11' !' : '
placed in me. I can and Starke armory.At view the science I : of the the experience he has obtained meet the problems of the coun.
exhibits'her model of The public may will be secretary-treasurer
Edmondson 11th biology clay '
OF STARKE all the time ne essary to do'the left; Robert I t ta committee. during the past four years ty. ,
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job." 1 grade phyalca.atudeht, is seen with human heart.. *, < fair exhflitsthrough- }. .


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.... 1>4'. '. ...... .. l -........._._,.,......... .:. Mr. and Mrs. B. O. Gay of La- Dr. C. J. Houpt attended the Legion BirthdayTo I Wood commander of Co. B, 748 .
I Crosse were Sunday visitors of Trustees meeting the Americah Ordnance Bn., said in launching anew -

Ii i Ii Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Gay. Osteopathic Medical Association Be Observed recruiting drive at the last
of interest to local business -
i Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Johns ands Saturday and Sunday in Orlando With Fish Fry National Guard :rill. Vacancies people are now available at N ffE.E! L'.SAUi .

II >tn, Bobby of Apollo Beach spent where he was appointed trusteeof have been made available after a
the Starke Community Library.
i the weekend with relatives in this- District He was accompanied In honor of the American Le recent increase in authorized .

Starke. They were accompaniedhome by Mrs. Houpt who attend gion's 41st birthday anniversary strength.Co. i, Among the nevi selections are!I

I by their son, Larry who the' Auxiliary meeting. this week. Post 56 will have a B, being an ordnance unit "How to Organize and Operate a I II I 0

I has been spending some time with Miss Frances Landrum of tree fish fry for its post members has the mission of maintenance I Small Business" by Keller and'

his grandmother Mrs. Charles' Florida-Southern University was Sawyer "Handbook of Sales .
.? "- aafd visiting veterans starting at support for units of Com-
,Johns.Mr. home for the weekend. c Training" by the National Society '!
Command B Armored
8:30: p. m. Tuesday. bat 48th
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Faulkner Mrs. Don Bagwell spent the I and Mrs. Harold Godwin Attending the retirement The birthday cake with 41 candies Division. Skilled personnel; is re- of Sales Executives, "Hand i' s

visited and Mrs. Woodrow ,weekend in St. Petersburg with the pro'.j book of Accounting .Methods" by'Lasser SALES
Mr. and baby of Palatka spent gram and reception for will decorate the hall and, a quired for repair work on vehicles -

f Thomas in Brooker on Sunday. ]relatives. weekend with their parents Mr. Gentry White of St. brief talk on Legion history will tanks, artillery, and in- "Handicraft" by Lester | !

Mrs. R. A. McAteer of Tampais Mr. and Mrs. William Briscoeof and Mrs. Logan Baldwin and Mr. the St. Augustine Armory Monday ;be given by Past Department struments. Many of the men of Griswoid, and Eudell's "Carpen

visiting Mr and Mrs. GeorgeB. I Valdosta. Ga. were Sunday and Mrs. Mack Williams!: evening were CoL and Mrs. J. ,A. Commander A. J. Thomas Jr, The the company are employed full ttrs: and Builders Guile." "Welders o I

Flynn Jr. and family.Mr. 1 visitors of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Col- Mr. and Mrs. Walter s. Van- Griffin, Dr. A. Y. Covington Dr.. I'chefs" will be Bill Graham and time by the State Maintenance Guide," and Refrigeration and I

and Mrs. J. P. Dill took.her :son.Mr. derlip of Decatur Ga. were visit- and Mrs. J. W. Bro vnlee, Mjr. and Buddy Bishop, who have stated Shop in positions compatible with Air Conditioning Guide"The I

mother. Mrs. J. .M. Lott: back to and Mrs. J. D. Doyle and ins Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mooty Mrs. J. H. Johnson and Lt. and;. II.they are frying enough fish and those held }in the unit. library is open every week- ,,:.'" < .,.' : -,

her home in Jacksonville Sunday :Mr. and Mrs. P. G. Gill visited from Thursday to Saturday. Mrs. Wm. T. Carcoba. hushpuppies for everyone. "High school seniors may find day from 10 to 5 except on Wednesdays .: .

after several weeks visit here.J Mrs.: E. T. King in Jacksonville Mrs. Freddie Watterson and Extra Bobbins save lime-Stock Guy Andrews who is serving this an ideal opportunity to learna when the hours are 1 to I r.r .

D. Doyle attended the funeral :Sunday afternoon.Mr. Miss Joyce Ward attended the np with Singer Bobbins at Den-' as general chairman of this event, trade by joining the Guard and 4. I -. "
of $ Geiger in Green Cove and Mrs. David Reid and bowling tournament at Fort My- mark Furniture Co. if Assistant
\\acy has; invited Prank Reyes; going on active duty for six -'
Springs on .Thursday afternoon :family of Jacksonville and Mr. ers over the weekend. While Confined with flu during the Department Chairman on months training Capt. Wood i E.-- :

of last week. and Mrs. Dolph Reddish and family there they stayed .wth. Mr. and past week have been Gilda 'Graham Hospital-Surgical Insurance to In liradtord County Jndgr'a County Court FloridaIn la Aud For .

Mr& R. V, Chapman and son spent Sunday with their par- Mrs. R. A. Lewis. little Bill Furlong, Mrs. Paul make the principal address. Thisis said.Qualified ex-service men are invited re: Estate of XICK V1ZIROriljOS R
ents, Chief and Mrs. D. W. Car- Mrs. James L. chitty under- Hutchins and children, Mr. and deceased.
Bobby.visited Mr. and Mrs. C. F.I the first opportunity the post to ask about jobs that are XOTICE TO CREDITORS.til
O'Neill at New Smyrna Beach penter at Santa Fe Lake. went surgery at Bradford County Mrs. Jim Lawson, H. A. Lawson. has had to have the 'insurance open for them. Interested persons creditors of the estate .of .
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Godfreyof Hospital on Tuesday.Mr. Mrs. Bert McMaines, little Jimmy Nick Viziropulos deceased are S
last Friday and Saturday. plan explained by the Department ; I should call CWO Albert Foster at heresy notified and required to file
Jasper spent the weekend with and Mrs. C. H. Nasworthywere Brownlee, Robert .McRae, Mrs. Chairman, and it is hoped th. unit armory, Camp Blanding, ar.y claims or demands which they

her parents Mr. and Mrs. Tyler in Brunswick. Ga. on Sun- Thomas Lewis, Jim and Debra that all members will be present. I for Information. may hove: against said estate in the
Jones. day visiting J. O. Deaver in the Shuford, :Mrs. Lu Green Bishop, Bob Benner, chairman of the I Drills scheduled for March are: office County.t'the County Florida.Judge in the of(Bradford 'ourt.1- { YOUANEW

Mr and Mrs. Buzzy Green of hospital and Mrs. Deaver. and B. T Thomas. Lynn Dayton School Awards will give a report Monday nights on the 7th and house at Starke Florida within t '
xs Gainesvlle were confined at the Mrs. T. W. Oliver of St. Simons has had and Mrs. H. M. eight calendar months from the | '
mumps in ad-
4 I oj this! Legion program, 28th, and Sunday March 20. dale tl the first publication\ of this I
1 home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Island. Ga. was an overnight Hatcher has laryngitis. I dition to plans for the baseball nllta'h\ claim or demand mustbe
last week with the guest last Friday of Mr. and Mrs. in writing and must state the I
Lex preen ; Mr. and Mrs. Ben Rowland were program this summer. Other post
residence and postoffice
Second SentenceFor place or
flu. W. H. Nollman. The Nollmans vieitin.-!.....
Replace your old sewing 'machine also had as Saturday luncheon Marshall and family in Apalachicola up during the. regular} pmeeting. t Theft AttemptJimmy sworn, or to his by attorney the claimant or it will blsagt'nt. C

belt with a new Singer Belt guests, Mrs. A. C. Oliver and son over the weekend. become void according to law

l i from Denmark Furniture Co. if.and Mrs. Blackwell of St. Simons Mrs. O. F. Siemer, Sr. and Supper will be served from Merel Burton, 20, of January !7, 1960

I Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Jordan ,Land and they took Mrs. T W. granddaughter Belle, are Spend- C:30 to 1:30 p. '
visited their son-in-law and Oliver! back home with them. ing Tuesday to Friday with Jeer meeting which should be over in guilty and was likewise sentenced dtcsased.T. H
Jr. O. Pox 315, \ ViZlrOPUIOS'1
Hollis Knight
Mr. and Mrs.
[daughter, Rev. and Mrs. Allen son-in-law and daughter Mr. and about an hour Commander See for First publication! on .
to 10 days in the county jail
visiting -
Beach were
of Jacksonville Mrs. H. F. Booe in Jacksonville.
Price at Highland View over the bcr Goodman said. i Ip60.
weekend. They brought back their relatives here on Sunday.Mr. Mrs. L. C. Smith of Starke and I I his part in an attempted theft of I Z4! 4t 22S! I

grandson Mark, for two weeks Lakeland. and Mrs.spent Charles the weekend Lawsonof Mrs. Henry Rogers of Waldo were I Company B Needs acetylene torch equipment from '".'.. .' _- "'. ___- :-_ i.,;:: I E
in Orlando
Tuesday. Leslie Best, Reno Negro.
visit.Mrs. 'with Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Lawson.Mr. Linda Stefanelli of Gainesville 37 More Men
WE RECAP T. J. Griffin will return Cellon of Basil Junior Southern, 20, of
and Mrs. E. the weekend with her
this weekend from two weeks visit spent grand- To Reach Quota .v -
visiting Mrs. Hampton, arrested on the same
Gainesville were
.parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry
TRUCK TIRES with Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Mendozain Sunday.Mr. ; Florida
Hollingsworth on : had
Annie Stefanelli. charge, previously pleaded
Jacksonville.Mrs. "We .need 37 new men to bringour -
From 7.50.,2 20 Thru O- W. Barry of Brooker and Mrs. J. F. Jaudon attended :Mr.: and Mrs. T. E. Strickland strength from the presently guilt yand was likewise sentencedto

10.00 r 20 and Mrs. J. R. Crews and Mrs. the funeral of his Monday brother i 1 of Belle Glade were overnight I I enlisted 52. .up to the authorized ten days. y.

Albert Jaudon in Tampa guests Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs Strength of 89 "
STOP TAKING Bill Hendrix and son Mike, of < Capt. Joseph
Jacksonville were Saturday visitorsof morning. Paul Raymond. I TheatreSAT.

CHANCES Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hardy.Mr. Photographic Headquarters Mr. and Mrs. Fred K. Blackburnand HOMESTEADERS THAT HAVE NOT SIGNED FOR 1960

WITH WORN and Mrs. Woodrow Dees of Movie, Polaroid, Flash Cameras-tf daughter, Linda, have moved Ielnw' !is the list of Homesteaders who have not filed a renewal application OR.
TREADS Tape Recorders at Bullingtons. to Greenville, N. C. after spending -! for 1960. If your name appears on this list you dill not be
Live Oak were Sunday afternoon :Mrs. :M. H. Lang returned Tues eligible: for the exemption unless you bring your application to the MAR. 5
guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. D.Green. visit with seven months with her mother Tax Asaesor's Office on or before April 1st, IS SO. Those applying for .
Let Us Re-Cap Your day .from a month's Mrs. Laura Colley. the 1st time must come to the off k-e in person. .., .
Tires For Economy And I relatives in Boynton Beach, Miami 1st. Feature F
Mrs. Connie Zack of Jacksonville W. B. Mizelle Jr. Otis E. Leach William E. Tilley Jr.
Safety! L. J. Green celebrated his birth- and'Belle Glade. and daughter, Julie, were 3I,)D. Harrell Jr. Merrill Prevatt Oren Thomas Derkman
day on Sunday at a family din- Kaufmannof H. It Johns D. J. Luke Lennard B. Register Jr.
Mr. ana iwrs. ueorge visiting friends here on Sunday.I Fernie Moody I, V. Luke Wayne H. Hand I CIi t
Dealer For ner party.
Orlando were visiting friends Singer Sewing: Machine Needles Sirs. F. M. Merritt John Diggs James E. McRae .
Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot here and in Keystone Bill Banks Raymond Crews George L Lovfll 0"
and relatives at Denmark Furnitur tf
Co. :
NEW DUNLOP were visiting their daughter, Sara Ben Griffin Milton D. Carter B. C. Holtzendorf WalK r .
Heights on Monday. Jessie Mat his John Fuquay Fred Hess
TIRES Barefoot in Jacksonville on Sun- :Mrs. :Mae Hawkins and son, Gertrude Kelly Sleepy Hollo-v Motel J. W. Thomas /
With F. LL Tomlinson Purvis Griffis John M. Shanbarger
day.Mrs. Paulo, of Waldo were Sunday Beating E.1.. Lewis Thomas E. Leibold Gene Xoegel /R
Irene Johns of Green Cove guests of Mr. and Mrs. Titus Freddie L Clark J. G. Caldwell Aaron C. Williams. Edward(60JdQiByrnes: -.
STARKERECAP Springs Mrs. D. J. Clark of Tam- Negro Charged R.. F. Gano Arthmon Tyson Dinah Tyson .
Olson. H. C. Douglas Mack Leonard B. S. Edwards
pa and Mrs. Henrietta Hunt, L. Matthews and Mrs. B. C. Hicks Issac Reynolds Est. Coiner D. Edwards
Mrs. E.
Mrs. L. Willis T. Pinkston Oliver Tyson Est. D. U ThdmasArthur ..
Mrs. C. D. Williams and Ex-Girl Friend 4D':
GO. John W. Griffin were in Tallahassee David \\'. Green Herbert A. Green Williams =
D. Green were visiting their grand .
last Thursday to attend the A- r Mann Carrie Frazier fillip Brewton "
daughter, Mrs. Billy Dealing and initia John L. McRae Starke Negro O.: C. Kelley George Lewis Carter Theodore Morris J '
Temple Ave. Zeta Tau Alpha J. W. Victoria L
'I KelleyC. Ruby Cook Mack
and Mr. and .Mrs sorOrity who has had brushes
new baby son frequent
Mar S. Clarence rvssie
Phone WO 4.0221 tion service when ) Kelley Covington Flowers JRusseIJ TUDOR FARX1795
Marvin Johns in Jacksonville on initiated at t with the law took French leave Floyd Cowart Richard Griffis Bertha HrN'nlorr'Is .
Matthews waa
.. Agnes
.. James E. Franklyn Douglas Colbert
from Marion County jail in Ocala
FSU. They were j jojaed in Tallahassee Robert P. Lewis Jnez Hightower and Clint Hill
last weekend and returned here Drew Reddish xaui.o 6Effie &1IW."t"n' JuhyClarkd... .' .
.....,. v '" bP /io. for the''cere font bL Mrs,. : :
: FACTORY fftlCfeS t. long enough to thrash his ex-girl D. S. Alvarez Lucius B. Williams Lonnip! Albert GtblisE.st.
of .
William Thomson Sarah Alvarez Mable Bryant
Mrs. Herbert Mas ey of DadE; friend, now married to another T. N. Norman Tom Marks 'Henry W. Bryant 11Iaw5toeJ .
/ Cecil E. Crawford, Jr.George Cuffe Ike Robinson '
City, and Mrs. C. H Coulter oi f man.McRae Gussie Garrison Queen Esther Green Dan Johnson ;
One Quart FREE With Tallahassee. Mrs. F. F. Stump ac now serving a sentence Bernard Emanuel Rebaner Clark Charles Hudson PA >-
M. L. ,Conner Pearlie D. Green ,J. L. Faireloth
z. in Ocala for and entering
companied them as far as :Monti-- breaking Frasier Kelley Est. Joe Morris Jr. Charles'J.. Hardenbrook MARINER BROS. wcwucowu*
or Gallon One cello where she spent the night t is said to have trustie status Reed E. Lewis Walter Pearce Helen Hardenbrook .. *
the Thomsons. there, where he is serving as a A., C. Ellis Richard James David Montgomery
John Tyson Est. John Lennon Pinehum Motor Court
Prices Start at $2 qt.-$5.95 Gal. Purchase model of Sinter, cook. He keeps his car at the jail Clifford Browning Joe Harmon Perry Kite 2nd. Feature LOW"
any and apparently was allowed to Henri Van Zandt Scipio Singleton Lougenia Smith
Sewing Machine At Denmark A. R. McRae Will Bennett P. F. Goolsby
MARY CARTER PAINT STORE Furniture Co. ti: ran some errand in Ocala and Harold' D. Smith Alfonso Jenkins J, E. Newsoin BANK FINANCINGON
just kept going until he reached T. A. Graves W. V. Henderson V. S. St. Johns era
501 N.'V, 8th Ave. Gainesville, Fla. FR 6-7588 Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Ake oi f Starke. Louis I. Thomas E. W. Williams Sumpter E. Geiger OLDER CARS
.V. W. Rhetta & Susielrene Williams Jacqueline A..1oorer -
.. _, Jacksonville were weekend guestsof
'- Incensed over the fact that his Mansell William B. Thompson Edward Blake
'--'- -, '-. .. -. .. .._ ,_. __ __ nO' ,' :Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Rabb, Jr.FOR ., Martin had S. M. AbernathyWilliam Jr. Jackson NO FINANCE
_n __ girl friend Lillian F. Trinks William C. Eyrd Pat A. Miller
become Lillian Gross during his J. G. Laniel'lelvln\ A. Summerlin George: Grover CHARGE
L. H. Outlaw Joe C. Ricks Ruth Laundry Lee
absence: McRae is said to have
: ,
Ida Hodge Wiggins H. B. Peyton J. T. Prevatt Jr.
THE FINEST GAS SERVICE carried the woman to the city James L. McCormick Effie Mae, Jordan Harvey 41. WilliamsN. *
dump late Sunday and admini- N. J. Davis! W. E. Wynn Louise Parmenter ..-....
L. R. Green Virgie, Flynn L. F. Glissoa o...
ttered a severe beating to her Mack Griffis R. B. Alvarez /Robert J. Shannon r.r
,,with stick he picked there. Claude B. Harbour }[rs. Grape W. Osborne Glen Wade
a up "
Thelma Starting T. H. Slade > Floyd Stewart YESV\ F:
YOU JUST iUJ.UAi..7! .Can't-Beat He then took Lillian to Gainesville Glen K. Hundley M. A. payne'/ Zane Brooks

where they spent the night with H. D. Baxley D. F. McRae M. E. Cribbs
ArviS C. Kirkland C. La von Crosby l.IzziercKinnt'y Ee :
friends and carried her to :
f. S. Sapp Jr. C. T. Whittle G. F. Odom '
Ocala the next day. The woman \\\ M. Reddish Henry Williams Sidney W. Griffis
Slade Gas was released there and returned ,. ,B. Thompson Charles W. Has' G. F. Odom .
P. B. Johns Juntas }I. Smith Willam! Lane
;, to Starke where she swore out,a C. E. Crawford Jeff X Hopkins Lydia Lane
warrant ,for McRae for aggravated AV. II, Green H. C. Brown Nellie Ruth Clark Sun. & Mon. Mar. 6-7 LESS
Slade Gas is of the millions of PRIVATELY 'Arvin DouberltfA' James H. Dennis Nathaniel Clark
just one many assault. : R- Gaskins A. R. Johnson Joe Frasier
H. T. Bennett E. A. & Blanche N. W. Rhetta. Susie
,OWNED businesses in America, built, financed and owned by Arlie J. Dobbs Edwards Mansell B .
School Board Holds James Wainwright C. H. Nasworthy H. A. Prescott Jr. SEVENTHIEVES
private citizens, that has helped to build your city, your state Thomas O. Swann Kenneth M. Struth Azalea Motel
Closed Session Edward Lee Massey J. p. Bulhngton Ethel A. Birk

and "your country into the nation we have today. Let's keep Earlie get & ramie Pad-Cart John-Ritch Hemingway 1 Clem George A.F.Griffis Cuethlein .. E .

The Bradford County.School O. J. Phillips Laura Lee Wiggins Z. Z. Griffis clNtatw5ceR$
strong -- support private enterprise.SLADE Board held a closed executive B. E. Reddish Ruby Thompson Eugene Griffis
Doris M. Danson Mrs. P. L. Bridges Willis Dyal 'C
session Tuesday morning. Male J. Allen Mrs. E. J. Dowling Horace O. Dyal

GAS OFFERS' YOU--- School Superintendent H. P. Hattie Robert Abraham Scott X.W. L.J. Knight Studstill Ralph James W.Pt'arllall Erasier 4

Morgan said the session was heldto Martha Robinson Mrs. N. N. Norton Ira MooseTruby
discuss personnel matters and Isaac & Lillie Felder Elizabeth McCoy Est Slade
I M. L. Crews Ella Mae Tucker Daniel P. Loper .
that the meeting was.closed to the Benjamin Finn Louvenia Roberson Henry B. Hinson Cartoon: Billy Boy
24-Hour Service and to the '**-.' Clifford Kelley Leroy Thomas Zeaner Jones
1. public press- : ;
Lizzie Sullivan
J. W. Barber Rosa Lee Ghent US
John A. Torode, chairman of Sam Brown Rosa Liggette Est. W. H. Maxwell
Board of Trustees attendedthe John BuUard Dan Thomas John B. U Hinson Tues. Wed. Mar. 8-9 UE
the ,
Lixzie McQuire Est. Leona Ella Matthews. F. L. Williams
meeting. 1 bl4nuel ).Ic- eal Metta Harmon Mrs., H. D. May
Gas Per Foot .. 1st. Feature
2. Hotter Square S \ Carrie Marshall Annie Coleman Est. C. U May
C. 'C. Anderson Mack Coleman Jr. Lem Perry
Recent Births John & Panllne Devorejjonie Pullum Percy E. & Edna
.'J I Msptie Tanner Walter ThomasNancy Sullivan Drums of DeepSouth

3. Steadier Pressure For Your Gas Needs Bradford County Hospital'an Ellen Tisdale Starling Ida Jessie Lee Guion Molden Clyde Merle Packham Hall NO HI POWERED

nounces the following births: Eats ,Mae Williams Damonn Dell Mrs. J. P. Dickinson
Lei Miller, Jr. Et-Al L. z. Baker Earl W. Brown SALESMEN TO
Mr. and Mrs. John David Griffis i Richard Smith Ollie Mae Cummings William H. Hall
:. Raiford a son John Gregory, F,;rb. Edgar Williams Sallie & Joe Williams Geneva Hersey PAY
,15. '' Lizzie Williams Est J. R. Chasteen Jr. Marie J. Dnrand
4. Competitive Prices -. ., 25. Laura Coy Merrill Edwards Robert W. DrakeL.
1f with James
_. \, I Mr. and Mrs. Edmond D. Tenly, J.' Miller 'George Kersey Virginia E.E. Sibley Craig NO HI LOT
Fred Smith Marvin GriffisCharles James \
I Jr. 'a daughter Sonya Lynn Feb. W. R. Dixon: James D. Seymour Thomas E. Garner Jr. 2nd. Feature RENT TO PAY
George J. Bates Mrs. Carrie D. Edward Cljtord Warden
Better Service I I 25. Isaac Dubart Thomas I. Mersereau Key 4L Sargent
i;. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Theodore Peter Tisdale Sr. W. B. Sewell' Dave Henderson NO FLOOR PLAN
T. L Casey Jr. R. A. Green Catherine Mathews Fighter SquadronEdmond
Starke a Alan Daniel,
Gruis son Collie Griffis Alfred Barnes Raleigh Flowers
Feb. 25. Jimmie H. Johnson L. J. Green Harold Boree* TO PAY
L.iC. demons A.V.. Masters John 8. Xiles OBrian & Robert Stack jI.
And All the of With/
.6. Advantages Trading Mr. and Mrs. John William W A. Tyler Charles Hardy Wide rr. A Disabilities f
Starke Donald Ray, Peach Crawford Jessie It Young M. D. HaireU Jr.
Brown a son, Cartoon: Fodder & Son YES YESSEE
John Crews W. S. Melaon Mrs. G. W. Sapp
:0"A Owned Feb. 26. Wilmot Starling Rollin E. Uundorff Mrs. Bell Faulkner ,
Privately Company'mPHONE
W. T. Crawford J. T. Quigley H. M. Abernathy
> .. Mr. and Mrs. William Haw-
.. .
Nathaniel Whitley Mrs. A. R Johns Mrs Elizabeth Dryden
./11IIf.. .' thorne McCracken. Starke a Julia Whitney H V. Knight Thelmta Starling Thurs.-Fri. Mar.10.11 .
'!t. daughter Kelly, Feb. 26. Howard Hampton S. W. Haisten Mrs. W. E. Torode ,
Annie Hampton J. W. Alvarez Mrs. M. B. Plummer
Mr. and Mrs. Robert V. Turner., George Williams Jessie B. Coleman Lizste TinnJohnny
'Et sir James H. Chitty H. Gasqu
Raiford. a daughter' Claire Ann H. II. Hamilton W. E. Williams Mrs R..A. Griffis s.s.BEFORE.
100 LB. Feb. 26. Enoch Strong F. S. Smith Est. .
1 F. ')I. Starling Glen R. Sanders Josephine 'Ellerson
,Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lloyd Mc; Joe Starling Mural N. Gardner Mrs. W. T. Tompkin
SLADE GAS CO. Lean Green Cove Springs, a Underwood Rest A. J. Strk-kland Mrs. Carrie D. Edwards
BOTTLES W., R. Conner Emma. BadmAn &: L. H. Cruce IrnurM
Feb. 28.
daughter Cindy Patrice : O 'L. Brown Jr. Richard Cuffman Mrs. Mattie P. Gahagan
l'L., Brantley Paul H. Faulkner Jessie L. Young
} and Mrs. Thomas Lloyd
'seber Forsyth Norman E. Thomas Mrs. A. H. Johns auaD rat w*"" :
Moore, Raiford a son. Thomas Martin L. MeDaniel Kenneth Norma Milton H. Lang : T T-RADE

WO 43551t $75o Lloyd Moore H Feb. 28. Chutes Joe E. Grlffl:A. IeISODaroR Est. MrsL N.F.J Taylor. Rosier Victoria Victoria! Mack Mack Cartoon: Bungled Bungalow

Door Winn-Dixie Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Wing, Matgaret Magyar Ernest Phillips Arizona Mack
(CNext )
.; ,.' porris M. MUlerJohn W. J. Dodd Jr. Virginia E. Sibley ., ,
Jr. Lake Geneva a daughter I 1f
.. W. Glisaon Augustus Harrison 'Application returned by
.... I Suaan, LeilanJ, Feb. 28.- N..s. ** Mrs. Merrill 'PreTJUt Rudolph fink PostOffice. -" ,




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i imid" 1:1.,3r" .. .:. ; ;" > '.' I.Day Of PrayerObservance Youth Program
; ". .

ii Y .. : ." to': '.'- .. W..._-,'ti...;;, Ii FridayAt To Be Presented
i .'. ";:" '- -;,. ., Presbyterian On 9th
iI I .-. ,;-. 1 .l. -. j I April

I <,-' si R The 74th anniversary of the Plans for a youth program to

_.t!: ': World Day: of Prayer will be observed be presented April 9 were madey

Moots I : Jjy United Church Women the New River Association

on March 4, the first Friday in Youth Council at a meeting held
Junior Club Woman's Club ?? { Lent. Loral observance will be in Sunday.

* the First Presbyterian Church at Dale Bradley of Hope Churchwas

Day In Court'Program Will Use Youth ,,. I 10 a.m. elected president, while Ter-
Planned taken rell Green of Biooker will serveas
Offerings at this time
Them At Meeting I master of ceremonies and Miss
will be divided between
"A Day in Court" will be the M_ -r< c Gladys Norton of Kingsley Lake
program at the Junior Woman's: "Community Love and Under- home and foreign missions aid to I will read the scripture. Special
Club meeting Monday evening at standing for its Youth" will be the I I agricultural workers in this country music will be presented, including
f o'clock in the club house. theme of the March; meeting of fLions and Indian Americana. Abroadthe songs by Mrs. Glenda Parker An-
The first week in March has the fitaike Woman's Club next ..t 9 funds are used for missionary drews of New River.

been designated by the General Wednesday afternoon at 3:20: <, 7",!'., work in Asia and Africa. John Dodd of Hope Church was
federation of Woman's Clubs for o'clock at the club house. i During the observance, prayers elected choir director and Miss
: ; ,.
observance of "Day in Court" in The program will be under the -;"'i,-:,.<-::',-. .-:''' will rise around the world in CO Carolyn McDavid of Brooker.
* joint project with the National Youth Conservation, departmentwith jJ, 1'>;f YI -'. languages: and more than a thousand pianist.
Council of Juvenile Court Judges. Mrs.\ A. Russell Norman r .4' '" ; dialects. Young people are invited to
The purpose of this project is to chairman, and Mrs.,R. R. Andrews : > All Church Women are invited join in the Youth for Christ Week
'learn how best we may help our I co-chairman. Various groups of ,::: ."l" "" .. """;" ,. '- to attend the observance here. I at Madison Street Baptist Church.
children through effective Juvenile I school children will take part on '- .

Courts and adequate facilities. the program. "... :. --- "..-
Guest speakers for this important Hostesses! for the afternoon will 0r-
meeting will be Judge Theron be Mrs. Hazel Ritch. chairman, when

Yawn, Juvenile Judge for this area Mrs. Edna Hart, Mrs. Frazier
)Irs. Mary 'Humphries, Welfare Shaw, Mrs. C. F. Ward, Mrs. I
pepartment; ; Dr. Florence Jennings Jesse Newsome, Mrs. P. N. Nolin,
consultant; Hugh Ingram, I Mrs. G. J. McGriff, Sr., Mrs. RELIABLE GAS SERVICE

'principal Bradford County High!I Robert Green Mrs. J. H. Arnold, '

School, and William T. Jackson,'t Mrs. T. N. Breageale Mrs. L. O. THINK OF SLADE GAS ,

Mayor of Starke., Hazen Mrs. E. L. McKnight, Mrs.
All members to at-
are urged
T. F. Howell, and Mrs: Harry "
tend and members of the Senior J .i"-".,, .' TANKS FROM I 5 GALLONS TO 1,000 OR m-
Woman's Club are cordially in- Rabb, Jr.Wesleyan. 'f,>; '' .; !
,vited to be guests as this is a : : & }' ,.. /., ,.:.. PHONE WO 4-3551 .
GuildsTo ,
Federation project. ," '< -- -_i
Hostesses for the meeting will .I" -i/.
be Mrs. Ben Moxley, chairman,! 0 Meet TuesdayWesleyan '' 4,'>. 1I -.r.!
Mrs 0. L. Abercrombie, Mrs. J. R. ." 1'_"
Chasteen, Mrs. Lola Garbett, and I Service Guild One will ,., ,t.:t:;; t J. .,
Mrs. Lennard Register. I II I meet Tuesday evening, March 8, .! ';'if4: -:- '- { ..".... ", '.,,.,.," I At. DAYLITE CO-OP FOODS

I at 7:30 o'clock at Methodist Fellowship I ,

Madison Street WMU : and Mrs.Hall.Gertrude Mrs.. Ruth Hoffmeisterare Johnson District Meeting 2 Is UDC Held Model FashionsAt DCT Barbecue Club Supper Enjoys Open 7 Days A Week 8 to 9YAYNE'S

Circles of the Madison Street Heart Variety Show
Baptist Church will meet next At Woman's ,Club DCT Club members of Bradford

Tuesday! evening, Mar. 8, as follows Guild Two will meet Tuesday Hit'of the Heart Fund variety wear. Bottom row (Il-rl: Nolan High School enjoyed an outdoor
: evening at 7:30 o'clock at Fellowship -' District Two, United Daughters show staged in the Woman's Club Woodburn J. P. Whitt. Jr., A. C. barbecue supper ,at New Kingsley % CASH SUPERETTE
Circle 2 with Mrs. W. J. Dodd, Hall with Mrs. Del Colley and I of the Confederacy, was entertained fast Friday night was this bevy cf'' IPappy Roulston, and Bob Beach on Wednesday Feb. 24.

Ir. at 7:30: o'clock. II Miss Mary Carol Bessent as host, Tuesday by the W. T. beauties from. the Starke Lions Firth 'give a preview of what Fifty guests enjoyed dancing and Owned and Operated by Wayne
Douglas and Cecil
Circle 3 with Mrs. J. L. Andrews Weeks Chapter of Starke. Club who modelled "fashions ot Paris designers will be showing. ether iccreation.
esses. The Woman's Club was beauti Chaperones for the eveningwere Douglas, Formerly Manager of Suwannee Store
.t 8 o'clock. the future" with descriptive com- John A. Toiode and Mrs. Pete
fully decorated with palms and ment by Hugh B. Ingram. Top G. Felos were presented certificates Mr. and Mrs M. A. Payne 671 W. Madison
spring flowers when nearly 100( row (Il-r Dr. Seymour R.,Marco as "Mr. and Mrs. Citizen"for Mr and Mrs. Bill Costello, and WO 4-9231
members of the organization snows what can be expected in outstanding service to the Mis. Hilda Jackson.
gathered for their annual meet beach wear while Bobby White community. Judge T. A. Yawn I'TTI'?

and Charles Johns model street made the presentation. I
COME IN FOR A ing.Members from Jacksonville, I roses, yeuow carnations, and I '

Gainesville, St. Augustine and the I Southside' PTA Miss Judy Sue Cason polished ivy, attached to a ring! SPECIALS
from Clearwater of sea mist satin.
Beach attended. All State Offi Plans Student Weds Mr. SteyermanIn The bridesmaids, Misses Mige FAMILY STAMPS

cers were presented with white Eye, Ear Check JacksonvilleThe Green, Sandra Oiton Velma Regi AA" "
carnation corsages tied with tier, and :Myrtice Smith wore sun

U.D.C., colors. Plans for an ear and eye checkup marriage of Miss Judy Sue gold dresses and head bands SALTINE NABISCOCRACKERS
OF THE ALL NEW The attractive young page for of students within the next two Cason and Herman Leonard Stey- identical to that of the maid of 1Lb- .
the Convention was Miss Anne weeks was made at a meeting; erman Jr. was solemnized in' the honor, except _,jn color. Their 25c
Holmes, of Jacksonville, 3rd vice- of the Southside Elementary First Baptist Church, Jacksonville, flowers were M ry Jo roses and i
president of the Children of the School PTA in the cafeteria Tuesday on Friday evening, Feb. 5, at 7:30 i.harvest moon ca nations I JIM'S BESTPORK. ,
'. Confederacy Division. night at 8 o'clock. o'clock. .r Dick Bolton_.se tved as best man
.l v.. t.s Mrs.' Charles P. Dent of Jacksonville Mrs. 'Kate Sheppard, program The bride 'Is the daughter of for :Mr. Steyerm n. Ushers were|j I & BEANSJIM'S

Director of District! 2, chairman, presented Southside Mr. and Mrs. Tommie Cason of Clyae Ballentine Fulton Crews, BEST 3 FOR 23 C
presided over the meeting. Principal Tom Casey and Mrs,M. Starke, and Mr. Steyerman is the Gran Harris, an Joe Villeneuve.The
, Highlight of the program was a A. Payne,. who gave an interest eon. of Mr. and Mrs.. H. L., Stey- ceremony 'I ilas: performed in BABY LIMAS
solo by Miss Virginia SexvelL who ing discussion of the library and erman of Jacksonville. front of an altar decorated with
POWERFUL COMPACT sang "Beautiful Dreamer." reading program, and explained, Dr. Homer G. Lindsay,, pastorof vases of white bridal flowers on I
SUNBEAM LIGHTWEIGHT EASY-TC I At 12:30: luncheon was' served the different emotional and the church"- officitted at the Grecian pedestals. Jade trees in- 12 OZ. VITA FOOD

TURBINE BRUSH by the ladies of the :Methodist physical developments that a child ceremony. A program of nuptial terspersed with candelabra were PEACH PRESERVES 19c
Big l/2 horsepower Sunbeam church in the Methodist Fellow must go through before he is able. music was presented by Bill also used, and family pews were]I r -
Mates your Sun Quality-bullt motor ship Hall. to read. Anderson, vocalist, and Miss marked with gladioli and ribbon.
beam Dual Deluxe '
Vacuum Cleaner a 14V in diameter-ONLY 7 / high The long banquet tables were Mrs. Harry Hatcher announced Louise Turner; organist. A reception followed in the FAR Large Box 19c
powered brush up* lovely with white cloths and long, that a study course will be held I The bride was given in marriageby church fellowship hall, where the
right Cleans rugs Rugged construction yet weighs low arrangements of spring at her home on March'28, startingat her father and was.lovely in bride's table was centered witha
and carpets with only 16 IDS. flowers. 9:30 a.m. The course will be an original model of imported three-tiered wedding cake, FLAGLA
revolving brush Rolls on large wheels set in a wide After luncheon the W. T. Weeks conducted by Dr. Flemming, state' Chantilly lace and tullanet: poised flanked with silver candelabra, RICE 40 Oz. 29C
thoroughness. track design. Never tips or chapter returned to the clubhouse chairman of maternal and child over layers of starched net and flowers and fern. .
catche.doorsiUs or ru. .S. where the regular monthly welfare, on Christian family life bouquet taffeta. The fitted bodice Miss Ina Louise Steyerman, sis-
'meeting was held. A covered dish luncheon will be was enhanced.by a scalloped ter of the bridegroom, kept the 1-LB. BAG MAXWELL HOUSECOFFEE

89.95 I All members of the W.T.Weeks served. PTA members desiring to sabrina neckline, embroidered with bride's book. Assisting in serving I Lb' 39c
$20-95 I Chapter, and visitors are grate- take the course may notify Mrs. iridescent sequins. The long lace were Mary Anderson, Jane Att- With .00 Food Order
$5.00 DOWN ful to the Starke Police for re- Hatcher. sleeves tapered to Calla lily points wood Linda Carter and Elaine

servng; the block by the Wo- Mrs. S. G. Denmark announced our her wrists and were fastened Walden. FREE FAMILY STAMPSWITH
Name Your Own Terms mans Club for out-of-town visi- that a district meeting will beheld by rows of lace-covered buttons. :Mrs. Cason, mother of the bride, 30
tors. in Macclenny High School on The voluminous skirt of tullanet wore a blue lace over taffeta $5.00 ORDER
I 10 featured an.overskirt of scallopedlace street length' dress. Her corsage
1 :March 11, starting a.m. .
A nominating committee was that formed peplum' case Was of pink orchids. ONIONS
ELECTRICSERVICE BRIGHTEN UP! appointed to present a slate of cading to the floor in the back. Mrs. Steyerman, mother of the i 3 toe
Winkler Painting and DecoratingAt officers for 1960-61 at the April Appliques of floral lace sprays I groom, wore beige lace over silk CABBAGE LBS.
LOWEST PRICES meeting. adorned the tullanet in front. The and her corsage was green orchids.
CallDAWKINSo During the social hour refreshments bride's veil of sheerest illusion was After a wedding trip to Daytona

The Painter were served by :Mrs. Leslie attached to a queen's crown of Beach, Tampa and St.Petersburg, ORANGES Dozen
234 N. Temple Ave. Phone WO 4-4081 E. South St. Chilson, home room chairman of seed pearls, and she wore a pearl I the couple will be at home in Jacksonville 29c
Mrs. Turney's 5th grade., necklace, a gift from the groom. at 1640 East Road.
The attendance count was won The maid of honor? :Miss Martha I

by Mrs. Sheppard's 6th grade. Veal, wore a waltz length gown of:;I the Frozen roOds
The opening devotional was sea mist organza, with a head
l write. Come in and select
Father Cornelius Dough way you
given by band of matching leaves in her favorite ESTERBKOOK,
The erty, based on the prayers of St. I your FROZENSTRAWBERRIES
:,: Francis. hair. Her flowers were yellow Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH

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J, r. With Mrs. JohnsonThe '
announces 10OZ. FORDHOOK
:., .-.' ',I ..' Good Samaritan Bible Class
<, f'h n.et last Friday afternoon at the LIMA BEANS 5 For 99C
home of Mrs.'w. N. Johnson on SHOP ,
the formation of a complete Laura St. with seven members and MINUTE MAID

J .. two visitors present. The book Don't Your New Car ORANGEJUICE 6 a For 99c
REAL ESTATE DEPARTMENT of Joshua'U studied and dis -

cussed. Prayer was offered by Mrs.R. .
,<", ., J. Reed. : on the first Stop GIVE OUR MEAT TilE TASTE TEST -

To Handle Every Phase of Business ; : Mrs. Johnson, the president, will TENDER

be guest speaker. for the March Lb.
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": meeting at the home of Mrs. W.

and Personal Real Estate B. Sheffield, Twin Oaks. Mrs. ANYWHERE. _. FOR A PRICE.
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Johnson I was co-hostess Mondayof BEEF LIVER -, 3ScFUESJI

last week at a George Wash-. BUT S.
v ington banquet and concert at '- GROUNDHAMBURGER

Crystal Springs, ,Ga. Lb 4Sc

ing and testimony will be held
Friday night at 7 o'clock at 741 Lb
f ,f"'. ._, E. Laura SIWCTU -

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February meeting on Friday : The Street From Setzer'a SMALL
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200 ; March 4, at 3 p.m. In the.
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editorial Rites ThursdayFor Goodman'and Mrs Carolyn Bea- b> Rev. C. Stalling, Burial was. member of the Council of the

Farmer's Diary Mrs. BloodsworthIn sley, both of Lake Butler; Miss ui Dyal Cemetery with Wilson & Twelve Apostles from the clmrca'i '
> Gwendolyn Bloodsworth Rai- Brannon Funeral Directors of headquarters in Salt Lake City,
By Saw MeGtrvrf Raiford ChurchMrs. ford: and Mrs. Glenda Hart Oxnard Lake City in charge. will! be the main speaker.

What Is Duval Calif!; seven sons, Quentin Active pallbearers wereHugh Saturday evening meetings will
Doing for: low prices [it was featured ina Elizabeth Norman BloOds. Boodsworth? Raiford; Eugene Rahn, John Green Sapp, Willie be for leaders of local congregations -
Sunday edition of a nearby worth, 59 died 'Monday: Feb. 29' Bloodswbrth. Lake Butler; Clifford Carter, Donald Alvarez Donald while Sunday's general sessions -

About 301 Right-of-way? liC-wspaperJ. This grower maintained in'a Lake Butler hospital after ft Sullivan and Wayne Bloods- Jackson Lucian Alvarez A. M. open to the public, will be
that if 'hog raisers would brief; illness. She was, a native of worth Ft. Lauderdale; four sisters Jones and: Donald Dukes. held at 10 a.m. and 2 pjn. In the
produce meat-type hogs, then Bradford County and moved _to Mrs:: Mattie Ellis Alachua; 4087
Any Floridian who rides U. S. 301 from Starketo lhc-y would get better pn es. This Jacksonville in 1920, where she Mrs. Carrabelle Green, Raiford;' Latter Day Saints Florida, State Tabernacle
Baldwin must certainly 'hang his head in sounds like the biggest whopper remained until 1929. Since 1937 Mrs. Ellen Barber, Jacksonville; Hendricks Ave, Jacksonville.

shame to think what an injustice is being doneto we've heard for a long time, butjcst she had resided in the Raiford and Mrs. Lottie Edwards, Brooker To Hear Leader

more than 6,000 motorists every day. That I to make sure ichecked community. where she was a ;, four brothers, Frank, Russell, THE RIGHT rClKTf for ttre
North Florida's heaviest travelled highway has with a number of men in the hog. member of the Baptist Church and Levy Norman all of Starke Members the local Church of
business. and the WMSSurviving and Clevy Norman Tallahassee. Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints way you write. OOBM In and se.
Been allowed to become the shambles that 301 is The berry crop has come .5 -
are her husband Funeral services were held at will attend a twodayconference ESTERBROOK
for the 30 miles between Starke and Baldwin is through the recent cold wave in Their reply was.,that it was a .Warren B. Bloodsworth of Rai 2:30 p. m. Thursday in the Rai- of the church's Florida Stake in feet your favorite
a disgrace to the state and a discredit to those :toad shape. although it got most lot of nonsense: One 'bigpro ford;five daughters, Mrs.. Deloris 11'd ,Baptist Church with Rev. J. Jacksonville this Saturday and Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH.
who permitted it to get (and remain) in this con- ail the 'berries and now the ducer: said:, "This man did not Conner, Raiford: Mrs. Evelyn E. Strickland officiating, assisted Sunday, Elder Mark E. Petersen
fields are a mass of bloom according ,
dition. say how much more he got for' --
to growers. One thing is h's meat-type_ hogs, if 'Indeed he
'Of course that portion of the highway north of fare, there is plenty of moisture did get more. The'' thing is, hogs REFRESHED
Starke to the Clay County line is being "worked in the ground now, enough for arc simply roil in together as No BE REALLY

on" if you can call it that, though present indications some time to.come.e l's and how can you benefit if
are that completion of this job will take that is the case. If hogs were'
about long construction Directions for use of plastic graded: Prime or Choice, like cattle ,
as as of the Chinese
sheeting as a mulch for berries AROUND THE CLOCK
unless then it might Day, but. cer- '
Wall, considerably more speed is shownin state that the plastic should be tainly not as it is now. "' :
the next few months than has been employedin applied as soon as possible after "

the past 18. tie berries have been set to avoid In fact this man said the .,?Hff. ;" _..+ew Y1<.COI-coo.A".UY.'&KA '."._.'M*_' .*" 'wuwi
hoeing. [Data is in new bul
But granted (taking the optimistic viewpoint) broiler market is shot the egg .
letin 142A, Strawberry Produ-
business is no good, hog businessa < J't l ,
that the Bradford portion of 301 north will someday ction Guide, just issued by the poor risk, the dairy operation -.

be finished-what is being done by Duval Experiment Station.] controlled and he .concluded ,"... f., .
County Commissioners to obtain *' I .r
right-of-way that only beef production wa'sgood :
for the equally bad stretch of 301 from Maxville But when talking to Harold and that is limited by the ". ik-
to Baldwin? The answer apparently, is nothing Norman this week he said he land available. ; ;.. '& f
plans to set plants, let them get f 5. T '
-absolutely nothing. Pleas to the Duval Commissioners ,
established give them one hoeing Up at the Olustee this !, '
Nursery "
to go ahead with purchase, of right-of- .,,. '
and then fertilize, before applying week with Don Champion while ) : ) ,,
way for this vital nine-mile stretch of highway 8 -
the plastic. Harold said he doing a story on the program'In'' '4
have fallen on deaf ears. plans: to- greatly increase his the: Forest Service to improve the # z "

Obviously, U, S. 301 means nothing to Jackson- planting 'next year.. .: slash pine seed we learned that... : w }
the tree -* EV
out the
ville and very little to Duval (County, except the on .ft''' ,,'
One of the big problems of the place is still the highest rated
town of Baldwin. In fact, it mig t even be regarded V .
plastic mulching is that once it tree in the state. Vi- ... ,
as a competitor for Jacksonville's belovedU. ,-' ,, ,
is applied there Is no easy way 'S. r-i *; ; '' '\'; _
S. 1 and if that is the attitude that has been of side dressing the plants with 'Next time you meet Bill Haas.nour ,. *V*<"; \ Il' I

taken it is to understand the Duval Com- additional ;. -
easy fertilizer We questioned Bradford County Soil Conservationist .
mission's complete indifference to the improve- the Experiment Station man ask him about: his ff ', t -

ment of nine miles of 301 that skirts throughthe on the project, Mason Marvel trip to Little America near the Ii ,, I ', :3\:.,;' .
"hinterlands" of their county.It and he said that if a depressionwas South Pole. And he's Had 'a lot'o!:* : .". "" .1 )
made in the plastic around other experiences in his travel ? f
seems to us, 'however, that the time has come each plant, that fertilizer could around the worlc". .'.* ',': ,i E i

for ,Duval Commissioners to take a less pro- be put on the tops of the beds, 'J .
vincial attitude and take into consideration the and that rains or irrigation water 3RD ; -
Promises :. ,:. }
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cculd wash the fertilizer to the
welfare of more than 6,000 motorists who travel L !, .
plant. .. ,-
301 daily in spite of the thirty-mile house of ,. Prompt Study'OfJCT'Trap v
horrors" {1" ,
stretch between Baldwin and Starke. i
During the "berry meeting"held "
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Maxville: Is particularly hazardous narrow and was attended by almost every ',>: {,'" ,
grower in the county, we learned Prompt attention to the I
rough, it passes through swampy areas with ;- '
that the Plant City area Is on its Junction "traffic trap" was ; .': .
shoulders insufficient .f.
to allow a driver to pull !-
way out as a berry producing sec- )promised in a letter to The Telegraph .,
off to the side If something gets the matter with tion. Our informant said the this week from, Walter L. :, 1 z ,,...:, .

hjs car. We recently heard of an unhappy driver plantings there have decreased Revell. director of information'1' ,'J', ... .,.. '
who ''had a flat tire and was forced to risk his year by year and gave the increasingly and research with the, State Road V '' ." :" P'-' ,
life and limb by changing it on the highway. A high cost of land as Department. : *
constable in the area came along, helped him the reason. In his letter to The Telegraph :,vk\: -i ':', -...'. '
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change the tire, then arrested him for parkingon Mr. Revell said: ,ciS- 4. > '? -,.- i -i-: ( i
the highway. It is easy to imagine what a If such proves' to be th* case, "Thank you for sending me ( ; .
it might be that our section will tsar: sheets from the Feb. ,25 edition '
good impression this particular motonst obtainedof :'- -*.
come back and once again: be one of your newspaper which'
Florida and its highways.We .
of the important shipping areas earned both news coverage, and 1T'; -i
can't help but wonder if the Duval Com' of winter berries. editorial comment about 'traffic'conditions
mission has been interested enough even to ob- at Hampton
Hamil and I am forwarding these tear sheets'to XP
Looks like Zedra on -
tain ,an estimate of what the necessary right-of- Pt .J
Fred McDavid have stymied the Mr. J. A. Brewer of Lake City ,,f J
would cost? Since two-thirds of the stretch
way State'Livestock Board in the fighton our District Engineer for District ,! ,
between Baldwin and Maxville passes through compulsory} testing of cattle Two. so that he can have someone .' j .

land owned by one of the large paper companies, for brucellosis. One objection we- look further into this matter *W ',T
it might be obtained at a very reasonable figure. "'ve heard to the program is that with local officials and the Florida -

These companies are usually cooperative where many of the cattlamen do not Highway Patrol. ,: ; i \ 4 1 k
improvements are concerned-and certainly have the facilities or the labor to "We appreciate your interest in fc.i \ r t I Ii

should be, considering what an improved highway round up their cows for the test- the development and improve- : f ,
ment of highway system, andI ,
our '
ing. f' ,, J
would do to enhance the value of their holdings.We Si. hope we can look forward to ',1.1 < .
doubt however that on the Duval 'W! j .
anyone working with you closely in this .
See where a hog raiser in Ala- i ...t f- '
Commission has been interested enough to look regard" ,.', ; .
chua blamed the hog' producers "
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motorists are going to travel it in spite of 1
efforts to divert them to other highways. The 1 t 1 ci t tI I Serve this Seafood Barbecue with ice-cold King Size Coca-Cola for dinner. Broil frozen

fact that more than 6,000 daily continue to use WHENYOU rock lobster tails on an hibachi or table grill until browned. Make a tangy oriental butter
the route in spite of thirty miles of bumps, pot
holes, and yawning trenches gives some slight ; 1 J i sauce by adding a few drops of liquid pepper to melted butter. Serve lobster tails with

indication of what the tremendous potential of 1 < 24 butter sauce, slice of lime, heated crinkle-cut frozen French fries and lettuce and tomato.
travel on+301 would be if it were four-laned for geyfy =

its entire length in Florida, as it deserves to be.

The run-around that 301 is being given in this % $179-95 TRY THESE TEMPTING TREATS

instance is one more argument in favor of placingthe NEED s ,

responsibility for obtaining right-of-way in !

the hands of the State Road Department instead -

of leaving it up to the individual counties.It MONEY sr I WITH BIG KING SIZE COKEREG.

is too
great an 'imposition on our tourists to .
woo them into the state with every means of 1

artful advertising and then subject them to highway -

booby trap'S because one _county happensto SEE US '

be disinterested in a particular highway and t. 2; .

won't fulfil its .right-of-way obligations. 1 L

Conner Rallies Coming Up' I x !ia\\

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Bradford TCountians are watching with interestthe LOANSUP

campaign of our "favorite son" candidatefor

Commissioner of Agriculture, Doyle E. Con-

ner. Soon we will be given an opportunity to Ji,

do more than merely "watch" from the sidelines.On TO Iii

Thursday, March iO, a big fish fry and 11wmDizoswr N.mit* r
rally for Doyle will Be held at -
the State Farmers :

Market in Starke and all citizens of the countyare $$600Folks \ ,

invited to come out and show their enthusiasm "i
for this young Bradford Countian who has M 1.1 xW10N iJ ,

come such a long way in such a short time. Get th. Fact > <

On. Saturday March 12 Bradfordites "
are invited about t wwOrs i ,'
,to join a motorcade leaving from Starke to t ti :

attend 'the Conner campaign kick-off in Tampa Find' U.Friendly" HEAVY-DUTY WASHING. 't '

later that day, Here again, everyone is invitedto So Gentle It Won't( At'lunchr serve this "Penny-Checkers1' Chefs Salad with ice-cold King Size Coca-Cola,
take part. ana should do in
so order to show
the rest of Florida that we are solidly back of TearAPaperNapta'nlSHEPHERD'S) ., 'Use'strips of luncheon meat, bologna, salami, sliced yellow cheese. Garnish with tomato

, our candidate. -- ..and .hard.boiled serve with greens and French
LOCAL FINANCE egg, dressing. ...
Let's all join in to make both of these events

outstanding highlights of the campaign. .
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fTf fRT lfflffrf f f f r l I I i 1m the St. Vincen&.hospitaLof ,rl3aptist( :-Church .to Middleburg, I last Thursday night, February ; after a recent illness. I and prizes were 3"nrdrd'toIrs.

the 19th. starting Sunday night March 6. i 25th. It was a, very successful Mrs. Rudy Higginbotham is ill i I Jdcs Uua.Uk;aa ana jags charon

BALDWIN I Mrs. S. H. Clarl.IeturnedaSat- Several games were played at I meeting.Mr. bnd confined to bed. Surely hope I Qu Ills af.,er winch uie h -naree

uraay from Ozark Ala. where she the Baldwin School Gym on Monday and Mrs. Mack Norman of: she will be able to be out again. I. ooened her many lo/ely anl u* -

had been visiting with her -SlJI -' night between the First Bap1st Lake City visited here last Wed Baby Hinderlighter I ful] gifts. Delicious lefreshm.: :s

By Sirs. C. B. NolanUAA&&AAAAAAAAAAA. in-law and daughters;Mr., tandMrs Church boys' and girls basketball nesday with Mr. Norman's sister. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Hinder- i were served. Enjoying this occa

.... rT: ; Max Pike, and their new teams of Baldwin and the Mrs. Lula Powers. lighter! announce the arrival of a sion with the hostesses and the

Uon's ( __ baby for awhile. Whitehouse Baptist boys and Mr. and Mrs. Tody Griffis and baby daughter, born on Friday,i lunate were Dora North, Bertha-
I. Club Meets Mr and Mrs. Stewart Campbell Sirls. bby of Jacksonville visited Saturday February 12th in the Jacksonville : Harris, Lealer Lang, Mary Well

The Baldwin Lion's Club met of Tallahassee Seasons of for Home with I hau en, Lucille Griffis, Lenna
and baby son. Stewart, Jr. Prayer Mr. and Mrs. Millard Naval hospital. The young lady

Tuesday night. Feb. 23, at Ever- spent the weekend herewith Missions will be observed next I Strickj&nd and family. i i'weighed: 7 lbs. and 7& oz. and I'I Bell Wellhausen, Ellen Wilkinson

body's Lunch for their regular Mr. Campbell's family. The seek,. at the First Baptist Church I Folks around here missed the has been named Melissa Gale. I,Susie Harris, Jewel North and

business meeting. At this time baby was born Feb. 15 in the Tal- ,. starting on Monday. The prayer visit of the Guy FrigO family from :.Little Debra Elaine welcomes a i Sharon and Karen Griffis.

q they had 12 out of town guests laliassee hospital. room \\ill.be open daily for ob-I Jacksonville last weekend. Mr. !laby sister. j, Mrs. J. C. Bell and son. Jimmie

''I including members fromthe I Mrs. R. S. Mills and song John V-ivance of prayer. A special : Fri o is ill and confined to his I! Qulin Raffoldt of Ruby S.!i of Jacksonville visited Sunday

Riverside Lion's Club, who were ny, of Savannah, Ga. spent the gram will be oberved at the bed. Surely do wish him a speedy I I!. C. has arrived here and has taken I with Mr. and Mrs. Leon Harris

supporting their candidate, Her weekend here with her mother,. church on Wednesday night. Prayer i recovery. over the management of the J. & and family.
bert Peairs, for district governor I will be observed in the homes Df! We are that Miss Susie
!Mrs. J. A. Clark and family. : Friends of Mrs. Mae Caldwell Truck Stop. His family plansto sorry

There were also delegates from Mr. and Mrs. Travis Clark were I, next Friday from 11 til 12. Mrs. will regret to learn that she 1 is move here very shortly.Mr. Harris has been ill and had to

the Springfield Lion's Club, who :guests: of their son-in-law and. Lynn Frost is the chairman. confined to her home here with a.. and Mrs. Joe Ellis are moving i miss some school this week;

were supporting their candidate daughter Mr. and Mrs. Albert I Week of Prayer for Home Mis- I cracked hip which she received into their new home this Mr. and Mrs. Leon Harris and

Funds Jack. Also present was Crews ink Jacksonville Saturday sons will_ be observed nightly when she fell out of the door- week, next to the Maxville Baptist family visited with Mrs. Harris'

the Zone Chairmau, Mainess'Finley night for dinner.. Mr andJJte.Cark ..r u xt week beginnng on Monday steps at,her daughters in Wescon- ,Church. mother Mrs. Alice Norton InJacksonville

of Macclenny. The next were celebrating their 21st !night at the Orange Street Baptist -- nett recently. Surely hope Mrs.,I Mr. and Mrs. Joe Padgett clear Saturday

meet will be held Tuesday night, ANOTHER SMASHEROO wedding anniversary I i i Church by the WMU.. They Caldwell will be well real soon ed the ground last week and are I Mr. and Mrs. Lester Murray of

March 8. 'M1' '. will also have charge of Doctors Inlet visited Sunday with
Mrs. Bill Rowland, Ivey prayer I starting on their new home next
Will Show Another good ear bit the dint on Highway 90 two miles east now.Glad
Sponsor Lucas, and Mrs. Harley Spence meeting on' Wednesday night. to know that Mr. and Mrs. d-or to Mrs. Padgett's parents, ., Dr. and Mrs. Willie Harris, Mr.

Thursday night March 10th of Baldwin last! Thursday when this Chevrolet station wagon enjoyed the hair style show at Next Monday night the Orange I James Coleman are improving Mr. and! Mrs. Sidney Harris. !and Mrs. Sidney Harris and Mr.

the Baldwin Lion's Club will parrying Mr. and Mix Thomas F. Faulkner of Fort Pierce, the Robert Meyer Hotel in Jack-. Street: Baptist, Church basketball i now after a recent illness. 'I The regular meeting of the ",and Mrs. Hamp Chance.

sponsor a show at the Baldwin rammed Into the rear end of a car driven by William L Suggs sonville Sunday afternoon. trams will play against the Marietta Friends jtf Mrs. Bobby Godwin i Maxville Civic Club will be held Mrs. Ben Higginbotham prepared -

liO Drive-In Theatre, "Say One 64, Baldwin restaurant operator. The accident occurred when James Edward*Hig inbotham of teams at the high school. wul regret to learn that she has.,next Monday night, March 7th. I a birthday supper .honoring

.For Me" starring Bing Crosby, Mr. Suggs slowed down behind another car that was halted Quantico, Va., is home on fur gym. been ill and confined to bed and i We are very proud to report i hrr mother Mrs. Bertha Harris,
bbie Reynolds
by a road work crew. The Faulkner car was unable to stopin lough for 18 days. BasketballThe irish: her a quick recovery. that Patty Parrish was one of the I Those attending were Oscar Harris
There will be only one
agner. Baldwin Indians scored and daughters, Susie'and Clara
Sorry to learn that G- W. Prin- Mr Randall Harris is confinedto I
time to avoid collision. )Ir. is still of "Table
8 Another picture a Suggs! in a Jacksonville winners Setting Con.est" -
showing at p. m- gle is confined to the Ed FraserHospital their 9th.victory of the season last I the St. Vincent's hospital in Mae and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hig
"Basketball Aces in Action" hospital with head injuries, and Mr. and Mrs. Faulkner were i held at the Baldwin School
; in Macclenny. Friday night Feb. 26, by defeating ;Jacksonville we are sorry to learn ginbotham and family. After sup-
i nil be shown at 7 m. and 10:10: also hO'ipitaI ZPd. last week. Her partner was Miss
p. 1 Cove Blue Devils Mr. and Mrs. John D. Pad
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Pace visit- Green Springs but hope he will soon be home per
Jeanie Stokes of Whitehouse.
also "Tale of a Dog"j
p. m. and I, ed in Jacksonville. Sunday with ,. 52-50. The Indians jumped : and up and about again. gett came for a visit.
: This is an annuel event at the I
j This will be shown one night on- Mr. W L. Sugs has been con- a visit with Mrs. Johnson's sister I Airs. Pace's sisters Mrs. Lake and off to an early 20 to 8 lead and I Edward Midyette. son of Mr. J Baldwin School and the winners I Mrs. Daisy Padgett and daugh-
will be
The price
f Jy.60 cents and all children under hued to the St. Vincent's hospital Mrs. Earl Williams, last Friday) ,!I Mrs. Burkhalter. .r* staved off a stubborn come-back ,aid: Mrs. Sammy Midyette had to I compete in a contest with winners I.I ter Bonnie visited in Jackonville
Mrs. Frances Evans' sisters, effort by the Clay Countians to I,miss some school last week with i ii cn Saturday afternoon.
12 will be admitted free when accompanied in Jacksonville with injuries enroute to ,St. Augustine to pickup I' ; 1 I from other Duval County Schools ,
Mrs. Billy Simmons, and her notch the win. Edgar Williams illness.
i Mr. and Mrs. John D. Padgett
in'' at the Underwood Jewelry Co.
adult. received when he her daughter.
by an involved
was I brother-in-law, Bob Evans of with 19 points and'Ray Railerson Mrs. Avery Slade is improving and children visited Sunday with
i prizes will be given away during an automobile accident last Mr. and Mrs. Edward Higgin- I Panama City are staying with with 10 were the big point pro I slowly from a recent,illness. Hope i Both Patty Parrish and Jewell I Mr. and Mrs. Wade Nolan and
intermission. Buy tickets I' i North winners in the table
your Thursday afternoon. Mr. Suggs botham and family of Hawthorne : het and Joy for awhile. ducers against the Bluedevils.This shs vrill continue on the road Jto Mrs. Delia Padgett on Normandy
from any member of the Lion'sClub o'clock 'setting contest held at the Baldwin -
*traveling east on highwayNo. visited: in Baldwin:Sunday with t Tommy Altman of the Baldwin Friday night at 7 recovery now. Boulevard.
or at the gate. relatives. 4-H Club entered two dozen eggs the Indians take on Crescent City Mrs. Hattie Nolan and Mr. and i High School last week. Jewell I II .i Willie
PTA Meeting 90. two miles east of Baldwin came in first place with Bunnie Sidney Harris carried Mr. -
Our community has been hard in the Central Florida Fair in Orlando L 1 : the group 4. Class B tournament IJrs. D. J. Parrish visited several I I'
The Baldwin P. 'T. A. met alI when a flagman stopped a car i I Stokes and June Custead and Harris back to the doctor
!hit last week and won a blue at Callahan.MAXVILLE. times; last week with Bob Nolanin
with flu and colds. The
the school library Thursday just ahead of him. Mr. Suggs applied Patty and Jeanie Stokes were in Monday evening and he }Js still
'ribbon for the best brown eggs in the Riverside hospital. Bob was
Tang his brakes, but the car directly school had 178 students absent I improving we are glad to report.
night! Feb. 25. Mrs. Emma .....yyy...rrrrnrr.r !second place. i
last Thursday because of sickness. the State. Tommy has 200 laying :operated on last Tuesday and is ,
ner's class put on a Founder'sDay : behind him ran into him j Sorry to hear that Mrs. Willie Mr. and Mrs. Harry Padgett
sex-link hens. getting along nicely.
which everyone and threw his car into a pick-up Mrs. Earl Braddock returned and daughter, Bonnie visited in
program, Godwin is confined to the Bradford -
I Warren ortez Tommy Altman Farewell: DinnerMr. I
Friday from St. Vincent's Hospital
enjoyed very much. In observance truck driven by Mrs.; Mertice County hospital again and Highland on Sunday with Mr.
In Jacksonville where she and Joan Clemmons of Baldwin and Mrs. F. B. Coleman entertained 1
Branch: another Baldwin .
cake Leonard Norman.Mr.
lady. and Mrs.
s cf Founder's Day a i wish her a speedy recovery.
birthday was Mrs. Branch wasn't injured Mr. was a patient for three days. 4-H were Duval County judges in By Mrs. ,C. B. RoanNLLWALUwlyVALAAA at their home Sunday I
marking 63rd
the and Mrs. Oscar Wilkinsonand
the State Judging Contest at the Mrs. Junior Mosley is ill again
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Lucas and with a farewell dinner for then'oninlaw
Suggs is suffering from head and'f'g
Cokes by
cut and served with family and Mrs. Grace Her-
Orlando last aid confined to the Doctor's hos-
Central State Fair in
sons of Panama City were weekend and daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. Eula Rowe. Mrs. Theo Tay- iltk were supper guests, on 'Sun-
Lewis Room I Mrs Piney Neveils and Mrs. guests of Mr Lucas mother,, week. I Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Bell and Mrs. Don Eichelson and family of pital in Starke. Hope she will soon "
Mrs. Ralph and Mrs.
lor and Jay night with Mr.
Mrs. Thomas Oliver ofJacksonville be well and out again.
count was won by Mrs Tanner's !Laura Goolsby of Starke visited :Mrs. Annie Bell Lucas. Mr. and children spent last' Sunday in Or- Jacksonville who left Sunday Frank Schmidt on Normandy

room in the elementary' school [here last Friday with their mother : Dr. Thomas W. Roache is scheduled visited with Mr. and ange Park with Mr.' ''Bell's 'parents right! for New York City, where Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Wilkerson, Boulevard

Mr. Maroney in the High I Mrs. Nora Thomas. We were to open offices here between Mrs. Weaver Sunday and while Mr. and Mrs;, Clarence. they will visit for a couple of St. and their houseguests Mr. and
I *
School. sorry to learn that Mrs. Neveils March 10 and 15. here they all visited with Mrs gett. V '* weeks .with Eichelson's, parents Mrs. Len deYoung of Michigan Mrs- Oscar Wilkinson and Mrs.

Contest had been seriously ill and were : Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Rentz Mamie Oliver. Mr. and Mrs. Kelly Mize and before going to California are visiting this week with Mr.' Myrtle Preston attended funeral
Table Setting
Misses Bunnnie Stokes. Jew n' very glad to see her out again. : visited in Kingsland, Ga. last I I The Baptist Training Union family motored tQ the Jackson- .where Mr. Eichelson will be sta- :and Mrs. Rudolph Wilkinson and service: for Johnny Carter at the.

North and June Custead were 1st. C. B. Nolan visited his brother i Saturday' with Mrs. Rentz's mother Mass Meeting of District 4 will be vine Pistol Range last Sunday and til.nedith the U. S. Navy. En- family in Aburndale. Mr. and Mrs. David Cemetery last Saturday.Mrs.

prize winners In the table setting, Bob Nolan:: at the Riverside ho;>- I Mrs. James A. Miller. held a; Bryceville Baptist Churcn while there, Mr. Mize won two jo>inT this occasion with the Young plan to return to their H. R. Brown andchildrenand ,

contest which was held' at the pjtal in Jacksonville Friday even- ; Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Carleton next Friday night. Rev. Howard trophies.Mr. Coleman's and Eichelson's were, home in Michigan on Saturday. Miss Charleen Wilkinson and

week. 2nd i are glad to have their little son, : Olive of the First Baptist Church and Mrs. D. B. Griffis and M:. and Mrs. Buddy Browning Bridal Shower Miss! Nancy McPherson were sup-
Baldwin place winners School were Misses; %' Patty', ing.W.. H. Spence, Earl Brown and !Dennis Lee, home with them for ',. of Macclenny will be guest speak- daughter, Karen, have as their Mr. and Mrs. Ray Pelham and Mrs Dumpy Wilkinson and Mrs. cer guests of Mr and Mrs. Oscar

awhile from the Hope Haven hos er. for visit Mrs. family of Jacksonville and Mr. the Wilkinson on Friday night.
Parrish and Jeanie:Stokes. ,
He will remain until he has The Brotherhood of the First and Mrs. James Coleman and Friends of G. W. Brown will
Monday. March 14, ,the 1st prizewinners sea fishing trip last Saturdayand i pital. Griffis' mother, Mrs. Belle Gid- home of Mrs. Wilkinson on Fri- '
will set their table at caught several rock bass. I to undergo surgery in the near Baptist, Church met on Tuesday! dens of Avon Park. daughter, Mrs. Vince Taylor and day night Feb. 19, with a miscellaneous regret to learn that he is ill again -

the Underwood Jewelry up Co. from Mrs. W. H. Spence and daughter future. ght, March 1st at the home-ofRev. The Black Creek Associational 3j F. and Donnie Coleman.We shower honoring Miss, and in the hospital. Surely

4 p. m. until 6 p. m. The winner Mary Jane motored to Al- i, Mrs. L. T. Shadd has returned J. Tom Harper. :d'raser Sunday School Meeting was held are all very glad that Mrs. I Rose Mary Wellhausen, bride electof wish him a speedy recovery.
there will be based on 20 per cent be'tsyille. Ala. last Tuesday to home from a two weeks visit with ,i Grady Roberts entered w at the Maxville Baptist Church F. B. Coleman much improved April 1st. Games were played
I in Macclenny 0,1I
of the popular vote, based on the carry Mr. Spence's parents, Mr. ',! per: daughter Mrs. Ruth Kent I Hospital i l
rid family in Fall River Mass. Monday and will undergo surgeiyon ....
I ::
percentage enrollment of the I and Mrs- c. Spence.. home from I IIi -

school. Please go into Underwood1'! visit down here. I .Mrs..CliU pfBarto}\;.I Friday.'
day Mrs. L.'Watts visited 'in':Tallahassee Laved Sunday,:vf of a' ,visit"with' %A large crowd of relatives ".
the 15th or any
: on Tuesday I ter mother Mrs. Mamie Oliver, Bothered at the home of Mrs. r.- FIsI'FRY '
the rest of that week and vote Thursday with her son who has been ill. teas Harris on Sunday Feb. 28,, FREE & RALLY'
for the table of your choice. This I and daughter-in-law, Mr. and celebrate,her birthday.
Harrison ar'd helped
will mean much to these contest-I Mrs. Linwood Watts and son. j Bill Sapp, IR.. Russ Littk Harold. Miller HI is a

ants to know the public are interested i Little Kenny Adkins visited !II Thrift and B. H. Sapp-"enjoyed Hos-
enough to visit this project. I in Jacksonville over the weekend i iI a fishing trip down to Lake Loch- patient in the St. ''.
pital. ,
Bud Welch were with his grandparents. Mr. and loosa on Monday.
Mr. and
j I I II G. W. Bell has donated some Little Macky: Branch son of ; :, .,. FOR ,
at home for the weekend from Mrs. D. J. Jones. .TommY'.Branch, is t 'I' <" .
Mr. and Mrs. / '
at the '
Cocoa where Mr. Welch has been Mr. and Mrs. R.' V. Wilson andfamily fil dirt to the playground Jacksonville Naval -
Baldwin School, for which we are a patient in the .
On Saturday visited in Valdosta Ga. "'
working recently. r .
Hospital. -
evening they visited with friends Saturday with their son anj thankful.: Barrineau of Fruitluid ..11'1
G- G.
I and Mrs. Mrs. Jim Bridges spent last ,
in Callahan. daughter-in-law Mr. with q z
over. staying here
Park is
weekend in Jacksonville with her
returned Harrell Wilson daughter .
and new
Mrs. Anne Bell Lucas W. '
from a visit with relatives over born Wednesday, Feb. 24, in brother, Edward Hunter, who has Her Pringle.parents and, Mr.we regret and/Mr--that G. she <*,.. -,/, .,, IV ,.,.

In Panama City. .a Valdosta hospital. She has been been ill. to r" .
ill and is confined
i Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cowart are was taken "'" ._ -
Mrs. Ethel Holton of Jacksonville named Sherry DeJuane. : ""
spent the weekend here with I Miss Mellivene Rhoden and I spending a vacation with relatives her bed.Stork -

her father, Mr. John Wesley'Miss Alene Britton of Jacksonville i in Nashville, Tenn. Shower Alma Nolan and Mrs.. f :"* *.- S '".,, '
Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Meeks spent Mrs. zit.r '". ,
Thelma and Miss Rhoden's parents ii -
Johns and her aunt Mrs. Emma Tanner entertained at the .f f., '
I Jones and family., Mrs. and Mrs. C. R. Rhoden, last weekend with relatives in Tuesday ''' '_ : 'r ,0'I s I
of Mrs. Nolan .
ticme I
Mrs. P. A. Lafazonis returned spent Sunday afternoon with the ; Nichols Ga. stork shower ; : '. _'; \, '
I ( Feb. 26, with a ; \ 1'-jijl
to know that the night I -, '
I We are glad : ', :
visit Wilson family. : "
home last Tuesday from a R. V. j 1 honoring Mrs. Lynn Frost. The ., ; ."- .. s, ,
with relatives down in Lakeland. Rev. and Mrs. J. R. Nobles of t I Cecil Grace family is improving. beautifully decorated :,', : > ;.', :::: '...,..,

she Lake with their soninlaw j All four of them have been patients home was ..y.r" .
While she was down there City visited and white color scheme,, "' ,., 1,
Ed Fraser Hospitalin in a pink \- ; \;! '
f e attended the wedding of her son and daughter, Mrs. Lawrence ;; in the recently. with beautful pink roses and tiny fj" -: '. -, .. .
Carling to Miss Charlene Williams and son last Macclenny "
James I Little Frank Bullard was ableto baby dolls dressed around in the
Wierman. Mr. Lafazonis went I Thursday.
I played .
Several were
down last: weekend and accompanied Mrs. J. B. Johnson and children e: return to school Monday morning and house.prizes awarded games Mrs. Ira '!; n"t".. ''' < ----. ".:. .

r his'wife home. i I of Macclenny stopped by for after having a tonsilectomy Harrison and Mrs. J. '''B. "Rentz, c J "

,, after which the honoree opened ,',...elf' or", -' t- .
; her many gifts. At'the: close of the .
: ; '
party, cake squares decorates with I I. e

t 1 white icing and little blue ),ootees ,

I and pink storks:'were served to I *, ., -

30 guests with ice cream. .1- Doyle E. Conner

"WAMPUM ? Mr family, and Mrs.visited Sylvester In Jacksonville'i.Ulday' Colemanand '. =

..J'>;' Coleman's
V' ".. with Mr.
,. "
". ,
:. brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and

.. ', I Mrs.We James are very'Cofeman-d'1O- learn that BRADFORD COUNTY'S FAVORITE SON CANDIDATE

1 Miss Delores -DanielsV who has
No !II I : Fraser : : -*
pay .,' been: a patient, tasthe Ed '
Hospital in bfaccle2 ny ,came home r -
l, FOR
tr i
.- able j to report
.: ;' ; '' Fnday and was j'"

by cheek !" : back to work on.,.Tuesday" of thisweek. i ive
; cV.'
( Mr. and Mrs.//J7-J.. Nolan and M
daughters, Becky: ,axicj'Roslyn visited V<**.*' mmissioner of Agriculture.!
ljf v "Bead-money went out with ) in Lake City on Sunday with per

Mr. and )Mrs. ,M.:M. Chambers.The "
tomahawksLikeothermodern Baldwin: Methodist Church -.Ce! ?

folks, I transfer funds'I pfternoon.will resume children's their meetings Wednesday this I I -| : STATE OF FLORIDA

with checks by mail. As Wednesday at 3:45 p. m. and then :

V .. 'r will meet weekly. This group includes -
r my granddad might have 'J f [ school children of all age

: said, 'Heap convenient; ," ;et oups.the church.The meetings- will be held :-T'HORSDA Y MARCH O-FROM 5:30: P.M.

M. F. of the Baldwin'
economical The Y. .
: : '
i f
,'j ... .
Methodist Church enjoyed a -py( ;, .

'. :v.: Sandwich Supper at the home pf '
OffCKtfjd Rev. and Mrs- John :
t COME IN AND OPEN YOUR mOuNT, SOON! ... Sunday evening. The group now ,
: has two new counselors. Mr. and I.ot .

Mrs. S. C. Whitty.A .- 'S r .

.Fellowship supper was held Ii ;; r: -

at the educational building of PUBLIC INVITED .r..or

I DA.i.Ole' i Wednesday the Baldwin evening Methodist, Feb. 24 Church.. I J'f ,, '
LORem -rIW'V'
Beginning Wednesday night of

V:1 : this week at 815 p. m- Choir Invitation Open To Ev&cyoi

_- -. ..: 'At: ;r,]B]( .. : iE practice will be held weekly at "

the Baldwin Methodist Church.
Of U MUM 0'Trt nemo*wnoiui MOW.Nt.!"EEN ftDtUL DEPOSIT wiwMCt COM j. "-
Rev, Billy Patterson wilt conduct I. -
revival services ai.ttieFu5t .



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Booster Club Klondes ArrestedOn [ Employee Held i I!'year, placed three players on the', Steer Show, Sale
City Set To Go Spring Football Tornadoes Close team; Live .Oak won two spots, !I 9
Liquor Charge Set For March
; wnile Santa Fe, Green Cove
Sets Fish in Theft From
i Fry Forfeits BondMike Mactlenny.: and Fernandina In Gainesville

The Bradford Boosters Club is On New Fees Truck/ ji'ame Saturday With 49.45Vill\ ,i 1 B-a'-h. placed one each. I|:*

sponsoring a fish fry Saturday Klondes. 629 VV. Weldon Stop The coaches decided to play The 5th annual FFA and 4-H

:March 5, from 5:30 to 7:00:: p.m. St., forfeited $100 bond in J.hyI!I}i (Con'inued From Page 1)] I the Da&'uia lomnauient in Gam- Club Steer Show'and Sale will be

at the stadium preceding the an- or's Court Monday: on a charge of I)I I Ii r Tom Nix, 42. truck stop employee The annual spring football : The BHS Tornadoes ended regular :,%ill:! on May 5-6-7 with P. K. held March 9 at Jackson's Livestock -

rual spring football game. selling red liquor in a dry coun-i ing it into a solid wall. Carpenter I is in county jail charged game will be played at 8 p. m. I II j season play here last Friday Vcnge as host school.! All seven Market in Gainesville. Two

The game will be a match be- ty" i i said this should be done since with stealing auto tools and ac- Saturday in the BHS stadium,i nght: with a comefrombehind tetIl13ill.. take pait in the event.In Black: Angus steers fed out by

tween the members of the 1960- Klondes was arrested on a war tl is side of the building is in..ccs>sones. later disposed of at a I marking the end of four weeks of 49-45 basketball win over the past the league split into members of the Starke and Brad-

61 varsity tea'11S. Coach: Lennard rant sworn out by John T. L'ons'j close proximity to other property. I'''I.u.wnvlue pawn S110p.i practice that befan Feb. 8. Spring i iI Lake Butler. In the opening half divisions with the winners pla- ford FFA Chapters will be among
Register asks I that al: loyal fans who had been arrested on a i Robert Mclntire executive director Deputy Sheriff Dolph Reddish I practice was held early this year I the visiting Tigers gave Starke a : j for the title. the 60 steers exsihited from the

bring a bar of soap for the squad. charge of public intoxication and of the Starke Chamber of I I''said that the theft was reported .:o it would not conflict with baseball lough time and led 25-23 at in- The annual conference track Gainesville area.

Someone will be at the gate to sentenced to pay $27.50 fine or Commerce, by letter, requested I by owners of B&G Truck Stop and track. ermission. cicet will be run at the University ,I The night preceding the show

collect the soap. serve five days in jail. Lyons said mat Sunwear not be put to this ''on U. S. 301 [south], where Nix Some 43 boys from last year's A With Billy Godwin and Wayne !of Florida:: track on April 30. <: a buyers' banquet will be held in

Prices of the fish fry is $1 in court purchased the whiskey additional expense, and Council i i i had been employed for the past and B squads will play an intra- Williams hitting well in eaily A round-iobin football slate I the Gainesville High School cafeteria -

for adults and 50 cents for children from Klondes, and subsequently agreed to waive the provisions ofj'I,few months. Redish:: said the ,squad game. The boys W'ill be di-I stages of the game, Lake Butler :i-jcas approved for next fall. This starting at 7:30: p. m., and

which also includes ad- signed a warrant for Klondes' the code in this instance. ;owners reported they had been vided into two equal teams, took a 16-9 first period lead and:! : will make Live Oak eligible for:several local FFA boosters who

mission to the game. arrest. Ovid: Lewis asked Council's ap-I jimsang tools and accessories ever will elect next ear's co-captains j scill led by two points in the second I the grid crown. The Suwannee: have bought steers in past years.

Booster Club president Art Holiday !- Pioval of his proposed purchase !loiiice Nix had been employed. tiis week. One'will lead the Scar- period. I High team did not play a full !wIll be among those attending.

urges the public to attqnd: Rotarians Hear of a taxi company belonging to !I i Items pawned in Jacksonville-' l lei t team the other will lead the But Starke began to get good [Schedule last year and was ineligible -j All local FFA members will at-

this event since the club plans Felton Smith and was given the included a soldering gun, electric Grays. Voting will be by secret rebounding 'from Emory Eunice for honors won by Starke. 'tend the show. Steers will be auctioned -

tc use the proceeds \o give anA Jax J. U. President green: light. Council reminded Le- [I I'drill table lamp a set of fog I ballot Thursday afternoon and and Billy Helsabeck and the Tornadoes -I' Tournament Starts off during the afternoon

Sports Banquet this spring. wlb. however, that he would haveto lights and sealed beam headIifchts -t Dis will be a highlight of their pulled ahead in the third The Tornadoes will move into! and it is hoped the local entries

For the first time, players who Dr. Norman Crawford, president abide by provisions of the ; a timing light, fender cover spring work. peiiod and maintained a narrow j the Group 2, Class A play at 1 p.j will bring a good price. One of

participated in basketball baseball of the Jacksonville Junior City's new taxi ordinance. gauges, and other tools. I The coaches have been well load to take their 10th win in 19 >ra. 'tonight [Thursday] against': Lie loca steers weighed over 1.000

and track will be entertained College, spoke at the Rotary Club: Mayor W. T. Jackson questioned Reddish said Nix admitted tak- .pleased: with practice and predict ;games., I Santa Fe with the tourney being' Bounds, and the other about 800
of Mat: the 1960 team will be out to Dicky Dixon the winners : held in Live Oak. ,
at the time they receive their : the City's purchase a quan- 1.13 the pawned items, but demed topped poundii -
letters. Wednesday, urging attendance at tity of sewer pipe from a local theft of other things missing I better, last season's fine 7-1-2 record with 17 points and Helsa- I I,

'Everybody come and help make a Rotary Assembly in Jacksonville firm in the amount of $894. The I lattice I he had:! been employed at That won't be easy, but the be'k( added another 13. Williams i .

that when boys believe they can do it. rrith. 16 points, and Godwin with I
the supper successful Holliday tins: month. Mayor said purchases (,the tmck stop. \V. c. r. d.i
urges. Dr. Crawford is a past District of this size are made. he felt that ,i The arl est came as a result of Several outstanding boys were 14 led Lake Butler. : I CYPRESS

bids from local firms should be ;a tip by the pawnshop owner lost through graduaton but some I All ConferenceBHS i ,
Governor of Rotary in Texas. He ', ".\ll Nuts on car should
asked for. He said that he sold I jtnrough the Duval County of the young boys from the B placed ,one man. Dicky I jour
\ I was introduced at Rotary by A. material of this kind, and had !;Sheriff's office, Reddish said. I f uad have shown a lot of prompt Dixon on the allconferenceteam i be tight except the one at the!I I[GARDENS;

I J. Thomas Sr. nAt been asked to bid on the sewer I I and will be counted on next picked last Saturday at a whwl."

__ __ pipe. I Church League fuil to play a lot of ball. l le-jgue meeting held in Starke. P. I .
Council told the Mayor that the Starting line-ups will be announced K. Yonge, who won the confer- (NATIOXA VOICE:) I I&uLU.sL33iMS, -

DK City's purchasing agent had been ; Basketball just before game time. fnce title for the third straight

IHE AT '\ instructed to get bids and it was I I The public is invited to come -- -
I STAR Kg: FLA. believed he had obtained quota- After being unoeaten in the ;:ely end enjoy the Booster Club

tions from the local firm and also j first six ball games the Methodist fish fry starting at 5:30.: Game Sell It Rent It Trade !J' A8II land on for Stale 1 or 2 secondary acres of high road dry or

Sun.-Mcn.-Tue., March 6-7-8 the factory, and that the local I cagers went down to defeat in two j programs will be given out. and Bounty graded road. Write P. O.
l:) SI,
x Starke Fla. 2tp 3-J
\ DOUBLK FEATURE firm's figure was low. Chairman!straight, losing to Christian cheerleaders will collect soap for

said Council would ask i Cnurch 40-27 Thursday night and the squad at the gate.
Walt Disney'sSLEEPING Chitty WITH TELEGRAPH Cf.AS.WIFF fOU S.\LE-J acre good wooded
for the purchasing agent's file in j to the Baptists 36-23 Tuesday :. Admission for the game is one land wut of Bejhel Baptist church,

BEAUTY this matter and see if these instructions Light. This puts the Methodists large bar of soap. Mst outside City limits. Pargain.
I K.: 1...
Marley, Rt. 1, box 28, StarkeSfchar
Hound Dog Man has been carried out. and Baptists in a tie for first I. 'MKMORMI.S ANn RESOLUTIONS! -- 4 Ce.t. .... TVer* : 3-10
place with 6 won 2 lost.,records.
Starring FABIAN He suggested that the Mayor. the Assessor Long :20 WORDS OR LESS! One Iimertloa (Minimum Chancel ___ _. n FOR HE..T-3 room upstairs furnished -
UU0's wearing tliosa I'lus contact the purchasing agent and In other games played apartment. Private bath and
Cartoon Children Attends SchoolAt
New.fanged! cheaters request to be put on the bid list. Presbyterians lost to Madison EACH ADDITIONAL WORD OVER 30 -___._ ____.._ Per Wof t'ntranl'e.dulta St. Phone \VO only.4-3782.401 S. Water -
Street 46-18 and 37-13 to the
To Of our fine heaters. DOUBLE FEATURE 1959 Sales Tax Christian team. :'k ADDITIONAL FOR BLIND ADS OR ADS NOT PAID IX ADVANCE FOR rtEXT-1 furnished and 1 unfurnished .
Curtis McGee led the scoring apartment. Rear of 321:!
Bradford County Tax Assessor
Customers don't tell our plumbers A Dog's Best FriendBill Shows IncreaseIn for the two games with a total of Gene Long and Deputy John Ha- WE HAVE a pew loan program for'J "'"PII.UT- -imivnwAYs -V Mott Temple.at McCarthys Contact Garage Mrs. Maude Heil1ror.n .

te use the back door. We're ,">o Williams Marcia Henderson Bradford 31 points and was followed by gan attended the special schoolof farmers. Loans of 1 to 5 years Sl"\IU\: ": ASPHALT!' FlUNG CO. Springs. tfchg
well thought of in the community CountySales SLanley Clark's 29 points.No instruction and demonstration for the entire credit require I 213 S. rilKRRY STRERTDY .
Plus ments of the fanner and his fam PHONG \\"092011t KIXGSLET LAKE LOT We are
that nothing but the front dooris tax collections in Brad- Church League games are appraisal held at the capitol in ily. Gainesville Production CredM :\ I.;. IMIOM'3 M04.15B3 offering for sale the last remaining
Girls Town scheduled for tonight [Thursdayl Association. (20 North Main. large lot on Kingsley Lake. Total
good enough for our men. ford County for the 12 months of Tallahassee] Feb. 22-24. Forty- Gainesville. Fla. tfch"RADIOS IEA.RIIODKX !MmSKRr HOME frontage I 9 123 feet'on the water
Mamie Van Doren Mel Tonne because of high school tourna-
That's! because we have a friend Inevery 1959 totaled $166,358.33 a gain of, fur assessors and 62 deputies O-jod Care for you. child. Fair and the property contains over 2
Cartoon For Kids! ment.. from all parts of Florida attend- REPAIRED Rates. Licensed. Phone WO 4-3031. acre of heavily wooded land. The
household. Of when 5.64 cent over the 157466.64
coun.e. per Schedule for Thursday, March All Make AU Hotel* 1126 N. Thompson St. tfchg. purchase price includes a 300 foot
their shoes are muddy our men collected in 1958. I l d the session which was largely leaOBable Charges ara>r .tee4 deck, with boat house, dressing
Fri.-Sat., March 11-12 10: Methodist vs Presbyterian 7 devoted to discussion of the new SHEPHERD'S RADIO TV rooms and porch. In addition. thereis
Union collected
aluays use the bark entrance. county 31853. toman Green Owner a mall separate home on the
DOUBLE FEATURE m. Madison St. Baptists vs
p. tax manual. mix concrete, concrete block,
11 in 1959 for a gain of 37.03 percent I I assessors 41:: E. Call St. Phone WO 4-6801 property with its own well and fcepti -
Fii'st fence ,
Christian 8:30 p. m. I. rOI1! !! posts sand cement. ,
working <: jink. With
Long and Hagan are now Starke Fla. summer coming on.
The over the 1958 total of $23244.23. ,- Mlhr Mix, rock steel oyster shell, let us show you this desirable lot
on an equalization programfor COLONIAL FLORIST LHierock and Roof Gravel. Phone now. H. C. WALL, AGENCY, Harry
OREGON TRAILI property in Bradford County WO4-2521. Bradford Engineering Rabb, Broker, phone wo 4-4301.
Clay Cooaty collecled| $193- Only F. T. D. Florist in Starke. ro tfrhg
I Fred llacllurra"y1lliam Bbhop 696.64 in 1958 THE KIGIir POtM fr' _e and both said that the session in Flowers wired ar.y place. Flowersfor tfchgrFl'RMMIED
representing a gainof all occasions locally. Phone
?CFPTTANt' VERY/Ct- The 30 Foot Bride 10.98 per cent over its $174- way you \vrne. Come In and select Tallahassee was helpful to themin WO 46291. 506 East Nona St. tfchg :Masonry !home HOME completely FOIl SALE furnished .

519.67 total for 1958. carrying out their program Call Us For with two acres of well drained -
Of Candy Rock favorite ESTEKBROOH litre. FOR RENT-Furnished
Sales tax collections in your apart lai.d on paved highway PriceIM00.00.
Floricja ments. Reasonable rates. Near .
Starring LOU COSTELLO as a whole showed a 15.29 per cent Fountain Ten. 'rLLEGRAPH.b shopping center. Phone WO 9-2011 FIRE .\. J. THOMAS, REALTORS
I Plus: 2 Color Cartoons For Kids gain in 1959 oveii, 1958. I I Homecoming SundayAt or. WOj 4-0771 evening or caU at 213S. -Teaiple ATel.: WO 4-5701
Cherry St. (Shell Oil Co. Office.) AUTO

i : Heilbronn Church tfcbg HOME QWNER furnished.FOIl RENT-Large 2 bedroom yard.house Close, un to-

LIFE 'u.i.Call WO 4-64S1 or LE
-. -. Singing ConventionThe :3-2541: ; _Itch!;
is invited to attend FOR UEXT-Furnished: 1 bedroom
& linage! ; 1 bachelor apartment. Newly
Homecoming services at Heilbronn UPHOLSTERY WORKS BUSINESS INSURANCE foruud. 570 W. Call, phone WO

Baptist Church on Sunday, March 4-4(121 ltchg
710 Lemon St. Palatka
6. Singing will begin at 11 a. m. FOR SALE-Red Clover. Coastal
MotorsBUY with dinner served at 1 p. m., for Furniture Repaired, Uphol. Memuda and Pen acola Bahla hay

Terwillegar the convenience of other churches stered & Refinished H. C. WALL -nfacola! fertilizer Flails spread grass on your seed.land.Chicken J.

Singing will continue during MATTRESSES REBUILTNew I:_Whte. liaiford ltd 3tp 3-3

the afternoon. Special singers areui'6ed Innerspringsand AGENCY The Owner Of This Attractive M.-

to attend an contact Russell ,- Box Springs "HMinr? Home la Saratoga Height
I. Kelnir 'I'ranarur..d.nd" ON
Redding upon arrival. Drop Us a Card or Call "Insurance Specialists" frrlnff !Someone! A Good Bay. At

PALATKA EA 5-9166 iu.GOO. Containing Our 1100 !SquareFert !
Oiitnlandlng Feature Are
PHONE WO 4-4801
STARKE WO 4-5934 The 3 Bedroom Carport And Large
SERVICE IS ASSURED Starke, iud Well L..ca.'f'd. And LocatedIn
Agent Complete Tee Service .\ quiet Residential !.Neighborhoud. .
r I 'loathly Payment Are oily
tfchgEVENING De-Moss V,<:.:>U. And Bluer Mar Anume The

206 W. MADISON ST. ... STARKE, FLA. Pruning lug Cavity- Bracing Work -- Tree Removal Luti fret.Intercut IA Mortgage. Call lTo .

FOR tTATK hKVVTHI ; CLASSES All' TransplantingSapp's
for adults. -
I wish to announce to the people subjects. Credit if wanted. Write II. C. WALL AfiK.irrIIAHHV :
of Union and Bradford Counties Director Box 1190, Starke, or call Tree SurgeonsPETE KABB BHOKKR
that I will be a candidate for reelection WO3071, or visit Adult Educa. \\O4-4fe01 Marke, Fla.
to the Florida State Senate tion SAPP, Owner Itchg
USO Bldg. for addi-
irom the 15th Senatorial District.I tional Information tfehe PhONE: WO 4-3963
CHECK WITH' CLYDE feel that the twenty years sen- FOU IUSTSl1dll
TERWILLEGARHEW K>rity and prestige that I have in TAILOR MADE DRAPERIESrt -
the Senate is of untold, value to my e labor. Mrs. Peggy Shaller, 209 fctore or restaurant with fur
I people and r am hakinp you for your I II: Ad king St. phone WO 4-5934 tfchg iiielied apartment two extra cabins
vote and support on May 3rd.. beautiful grounds 2% milt
Charley E. Johns south of Starke on U. S. 3UI.o'or
I Income Tax Service particulars call
.\. J. 'rIlOM.REALTOn
::t's:"j \. Teoiple Ate. Tel UO4-3701
I am a candidate for election 'to 'Hn RENT: On Heilbronll"nll'
the Florida House of Representa- Saturday After 1 PJU. Road, Small Cottage, Kurn-
tivef from Bradford County. C. E. HUTCIIESOX lllc..d. Reasonable, Box 861 or 415
Tl>is Is my first bid for electh.epublic liable Street. Itcbg
"BANK FINANCING OF YOUR CHOICE office. It elected, I will dili- 531 Pratt Street
gently and I Impartially represent 13tehg 414 FOIl SALE One large Oil Hester
,. Tradt'ord County and It's citizens. I I One Small Keroufne Water
ask your support and vote on May /lleaier. Some Folding Seats suitable .
Ird.: ARE YOU GOING TO fo> Church. one folding baby
V FORD AND 6. M. MECHANICS it: A. J. Thomas Jr. NEED I Stroller.Strert. Box S<1 or 41S Mable Itchg

I For Expert Tree Surgery Call Our
FOR S1IKH1FF assistance in the I I FOR .tLE
prepara- Agent .
New and used Building Supplies.Drive

VOUTSTANDING PARTS DEPARTMENT .' \DFOUII COLTYj7 ---- tion of your 1959 Income 221 N. Temple Phone WO 4-3965 foot.way See pipe Billy 15' Jackson lengths Jack$1.2tier

Tax Return? son Pnlldtny!! Supplies. tfchgHoHM.keeping
OPERATE: FULL OU PAUT-T1JIE apartments for rent.
VCALL 4-3381 STARKE TODAY! SEE V'ATXINS: ROUTK IN THIS ARKA.HAKN Very reasonable. Lights and water
NEIL TUCKER $50.00 TO $100.00 ,WEEKLV furnished. 321 W Madison St. orilllnytcn'B
Public Bookkeeper KINS. 659 WEST PEACHTREE ST.. FOR SALE -or Trade. Good station
N. U.: ATLANTA 8, GEORGIA. ajort. Pauf Waterman. Starke
120 S. Court, Starke 4tchg 3-13: Fla. Up

I Ph. WO 4985JYO 42545FuR FOR RENT-4 room house with AT STUD
JCHECK'IHTH Ijatn. Z miles out Hiway K, 1st Reg. Palomino. Qtr. Horse Stallion
road' to right. 3rd house on right. 175; At time of service. Return in
RENT 124 ]Per month. Phone WO 4-OS1. Reason. 4H miles on State Rd. KWent.
: 4-room famished
cot- Mrs Mao Jordan. HPSIh
I tage. Electric kitchen. V. It. gmlth. Rt. 2 Pox 71-A
beater ..
M rk Stp 8.31
Adult.Bellent Road. Box "ammer famine 0., Mo.tfeoitle
j I 410. Ph. WO9-1545. tfchgiFOIf Bi-Kl To TfcUk About Lake .
FOR flENT D6wn tairs apartm
I Front Proprrtr. We are Forlonale "nt S02 8. Epperson St. Up
RElTbeautifully decorated In Be Able To Offer A BeaallfBllleailr
; Authorized FORD Dealer 2 bedroom furnished apartment All Hooded Lot On Bedford
tile bath and
kitchen modern In Lake. "hick. It Located BetneenMarke
e\ery raped.! See Mr* Renner 63] And Kf'.t.af' Ilelsht. This NOTICE
I MrMahon St. or call WO 45744.Itche Lot I> Over 300 Feet Deep And lies ,, ...
: ,V Gentle Mope To The Unite HandUtach.
Tke Lake Itself I. Crystal CHOSSTIES AND SUITCH1LS
-\ew RISer Waterfroat. If yba're i1f.tr. Total price Only $2.::*H>.. And
.. Like Me. Ymi Didnt Know There \\'&11. Usher Will Carry. Mort .JtI'. "." '
BUY YOUR GAR WHERE SERVICE IS ASSURED p- "" a_ Such Jest A Lhte4 T.I.c.A Modem However.3 Bedroom Weave lie Offl'u.t SZOO Dlneonnt For &AWN OR HEWN
Cnh. ThU Property Ueserreo YourCoabIderatloa.
I ;;L __ H0mr. Lara.. At The' late,- BLACK GUM AND MIXEDHARDWOODS
ertlen Of Sew River And ttoSd IM.

206 W. MADISON ST. STARKE, FLA.Terwillegar ,I 'J The Arrm.Property And Tfcere Itself la About Collates fSOO Feel 5 WO4-4M1I hARRY RABBI StarkeK BROKER: Florida .
Of High tad
Pry Fr..tae Om The Itcbg
1 Rli r. The Tetal PrkOf Only96.56O
Ate Being Purchased Delivered TOur
------ .tF&Y Im The Biggest SnrprUe Of
AIL fall l'. For Appointment To AVON CALLING Baldwin Treating Plant.
See. Longing for a New Easter outfit?
II. C. WALL AGENCY AVON COSMETICS has openings For Full Details Call Our
WO4-4<01 8TARKE. FL... for women who want extra earn- Office at
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Uchg ings. Write: Ouida C. Sweat. P.
1 hereby candidacy
Motorsr anounce my LAKE CITY, FLORIDA
for Sheriff of Bradford County FOR RENT room furnished a- O. Box 540 Live Oak. Fla. .
subject; to the will of the voters in partiatnt. Large bedroom private Telephone No. 207
May Democratic PrimarieLI bath and entrance carport. Across IN CITY POUND -1 Walker hound
earnestly solicit your. vote and from School Cafeteria. 4dT W. male 3 Beagle hounds. Owner
iroiclse: to perform the duties of Washington, I th g may have by paying advertising SOUTHERNWOODPRESERVING
the Sheriffs office in an efficient Itchg COMPANY
businesslike manner. I hope that I FOR RENT OR SALE S bedroom

can meet' each and everyone of you unfurnished house at 380 X. Cherry I FOR SALE Goat milk and 2 fine 3-24
r "' in *rsoa before May 3. St. Rent reasonable. Floyd Green, nvMi kids. Mrs. Mae Jordan Rt. 1
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1' A ya. Moody Institute ffTT7TYYT7TTTTTYYTTYYTI -eu to Jacksonville. .

I KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS S n e I Leaders To Speak I Stephan Williams of Clearwater

MELROSE ii his and
visiting son daughter-
By Mary K. Schaeffer At Park.of-Palms I in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Charles

I Representatives of Moody Bibl By Joyce RothhammrriAAAAAAA4.AA ; I WJliams.j '

Hike Child Rt'Covtriu I ltd in Ceramics she will have 1'.t 'd :r Institute, Chicago, Ill. will bt AAAAAAAAAAAAA j i "Minnie Birt" Circle

From Accident i t someone; in to instruct the class I featured at Paik-oMhe-Palms,, Mrs. Carl Berkelman was hostess -

On Friday afternoon, Feb. 26,, 'in that phase of art. If you .have Keystone Heights, during the week Mr. and Mrs. Archie Osmond: of I at the monthly meeting of the

Michael: Zike, son of Mr and Mrs., I''a yen to paint, give Dot a call at I March 6-11, Speakers will include, Kingston, N. H. left Sunday aftera ] Minnie Birt Circle of the Melrose

Raleigh Zike of Lake Geneva,, j.$386. : Dr. Wm. E. Culbertson, president visit with Mrs. Lottie Harris. 'i Methodist Church.

head come home from school and I .;{ieorre A. JIarcotte Passes I II t t r r and well-known Bible expositor, Mrs. Mildred Douglas of St. I Mrs, A. J. Witherspoon was

taken his bike out for a little ndetown On Thursday, Feb. 25, Mr. and Robert L. Constable vice Petersburg and Mr. andfrs. i, program leader. Mrs. Carl Berkel-
the highway (UOO). Unfortunately George A. Marcotte of Jackson- VC R *
f : ; president and Robert J. Little, George Heath from Rutland, Vt.J I man read the scripture and the
for him, he was hit by ville passed at a Jacksonville -
away radio
.C: i pastor of station WMBI. are visitng Mr. H. J. Coffey and entire circle participated in the
fa passing motorist who shall be Hospital. Mr. Marcotte was c I I I
a Times of services are at 11 a.m., family.Mr. 1 program 'Lent in Our Homes.
ttameless, because he was blamelass. :exigent of Starke for many .. 3 and 8
{ p p.m. on Sundays; and Mrs. R. G. Logsdon are I During the business meeting it
Youngsters can sometimes I years. He had lived in Lake ,>" [ each weekday at decided the circle would
9:30 was
>.> morning : parents to a baby girl born Monday I con-
be mighty careless on bicycles. Worth, Fla., before moving to ',1.r :- ". i! a.m., and Monday, Wednesday, and Feb. 22 in Alachua General 'j tribute $10 toward the parsonage
Luckily for Mike, Florida High- ':Jacksonville three years ago. He \11. Friday nights at 8. Hospital. I
She has been named !
Patrolman Harvey was Ji i survived three :1l. :. :. t.4. [Continued On Next Page]
way com- > by daughters .. :
I Moody Bible Institute
'.' -"'..... was Susan Kaye. Maternal grandparents -
ing In from Palatka about the I J.virs.: George Clemens of Hillcrest, .' :: ,
I founded the
; k ; by renowned evan- are Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Robinson --
same time, and he radioed for a I Mrs H. W. Anderson, of I' .' I
< .. 'gelist,
Dwight L. HAIR OFF
,_ .- )-, :>i?"< Moody, and has ;. paternal grandparents areFrhvin' !'
doctor and ambulance, so in less grid Mrs. E. John Nelson of Jack- "''''''''' : [I '
I ', ', .. I come to be known as the. "West Logsdon of Melrose and :
than 45 minutes Michael was in I sonville. Also eight grandchildren. "z tt'y.. 't.\, ;..'I'1& ow ze t tt! Point of Christian Education." \1:3.. Paul Gress of Clearwater. i 'FORE'ERUnsightly
.' '
the Bradford Hospital who : .., / } 'j,,"
County in &nd two sisters live in Mas- ___
I r I i I Mr. and Mrs.' A. C. Hoagland! :
Starke, being taken care of. He sathusetts.:: Funeral services were tne Ravine Gardens.
were I Excess Facial
I G, E. Wiggins At Controls tt Elizabeth, N. J. are' house
suffered a split skull, a concus- held on Monday. Feb. 29. at 9:15: ,i much impressed.Mr. guests
of Mr.
I ; Hoagland's sister, (lair Removed I
fcion. and a broken left arm. By I a. m. ,at the Sacred Heart Catholic and Mrs. Charles L. Clark
Mrs. Martha MacKeachie. [
Saturday afternoon he was home Church in Lake Worth of li Keystone Water Works ExpandingSymbolic I and son Philip from Kingsley :Miss "Zoe Terry of Plainfield :' PermanentlyEdmund
again. At the present writing, he which he was a member. j t Like moved into their new home !
N. is
here to spend the rest of 1
was well on the way to recovery I of the rapid growth of care of the, expansion made necessary In addition to the new well I in Keystone Club Estates this j ,
Given For the vonter.
Program, TeaMiss i I I i iMr. !
<.nti making plans to return to I '! Keystone Heights la .the new 10- by the recent extension of: which is 492 feet deep. the com-'!; w f'k. Mr. Clark is employed attic
Cleva Carson. Program and Mrs. C. Hoffman and i
J inch well ;
and 30
school. Mike is horsepower pump Keystone's city limits, and the! will :
a seventh grade pany continue using its two, DuPont Trail Ridge Mine,
SilverTea cnJdren of Cocoa the weekend Dwyer
I Chairman for the Seated ,, installed spent i
student at Keystone Heights Junior by Keystone WaterWorks development of the new Bird subi older wells which are 350 feet deep|Their son is employed at Camp ,
to be held in the Educational j Inca with Mrs. Hoffman's. parents.
High School. He just turned Pictured above is G.i i division, which is expected to: and to Blanding, and I
designed 250 attends St. i '
serve customers -, Johns Electrologist
Building on March 10, at 2:00: p.j i E. :Mr. and Mrs. A.. C. Spires. j
13 in February, i Wiggins energetic owner of| bring 'a hundred new homes to!>i each. j River College two nights a week. "
m., announces that the program iI I the water :Mr. and Mrs. Ed Allen and chil-'
Keystone Gets Police Chief company at the controls!Keystone within a short time. ., When Mr. Mrs. Ida
Murphy of
Wiggins started his| Danbury,
sill be given by Miss Louise I then Cindy and Terry spent the ] 107 W.
It is certainly reassuring to of the new installation.The I (r" Wiggins said he is now lay- water service in X onn., who has been visiting her University Ave.
!Hack, pianist and Mrs. Robert I Keystone Heights! weekend in Melrose visiting i
call 2803 and get an answer these j new well and pump has a I ing around 2,900 feet of sixinch'water son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Gainesville --- FR 2-8039,
F. Hendry. colorature soprano, '! back in 1924 the company had a_ friends. The Aliens; recently mov- ,
days. 2803, of is the Police main and has installed I Howard Sr.
course Murphy.
accompanied by Mrs. James He capacity of 500 gallons of water i I i total of 15 in Keystone U ..IIff
number. From time to time j eight new fire hydrants in the city.I j customers. He nohas It i ij Club Estates, left for her home
therington. The tea is being given minute and
per is designed to
we have dialed that number, and by the Community Church Wo- j I{ The total expansion program will]t j more than 400 with 50 new ones I on Tuesday evening from Jacksonville -

drew a blank. We didn't like to i.._,, tiention this fact or have it generally Mr. and Mrs. Howard I
Miss Hack is the daughter of Chen bar and consisted of chicktr. \
Barry Weyman.
Hostesses will
known that our town was be !i open Fridays and Saturdays from Sr., and MrMurphy's moiher.Mrs. '
Mr. and Mis. George O. Hack of ., two vegetables, salad, hot buttered -
unprotected by a law enforcement Gainesville, and is a senior at P. rolls coffee ice-cream and Mrs. D. L Thompson jr., Miss i ilorOO: a. m. until 5:00: p. m. All ; Ida Murphy, were in Tarpon ST. ANNE'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH

oificer, but now it can be told. I{., Yonge High School. birthday cake. Mrs., Grayson received -. Gladys Thins, Mrs. Walter Muhl- :;our cast-offs are gratefully acc I Springs on Sunday to see the

Our new policeman ie Officer Mrs Hendry is a graduate of many lovely. gifts as well i.hoter and Mrs. Dorothy Sher- \pted. We can sell your unused Sponge-fishing operations. They Wednesday Evenings 7:30 P.M.
Casper Brune who lives at Key- I mm.: Leaders of the also visited relatives in Dunedin.
f Cincinnati Conservatory of Mu- cs a beautiful corsage. Bridge was'i I I responses tliings. on consignment too. '
tone Club Estates and has I.over ,wil; be Mrs. Myron Prevatt, Mrs. First Baptist Church: Fla.
sic, and has done postgraduatework tie order of the afternoon with I I I GUEST PREACHER S s
20 years experience in law-en- at the Conservatory.Mrs. prizes going to Mrs. Irene Williams I Leamon Ward, Mrs. Cora Quattle-I. Mon'daTuesday| and Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Ahlers, of

forcement. Hetherington is the organ-, : Mrs. Mabel Husbands. Mrs. baum, Mrs. J. R. Smith and Mrs. evenings of' this week are Baltimore Maryland, have been The Rev. E. Jerome (Jerry) Zeller ;

Everyone take a deep breath ist and choir director at the Myrna Clapp, and Mrs. Grayson. j i, Roy Watkins. Prayer leaders wi/1/' bsing 'devoted to the study of ,the visiting' their daughter and son- .

end relax. ; Community Church. Mis. Olive Karges and Mrs. Helen'lie Dr. J. W. Dreighton, Mrs. J. Book of Timothy- in the New in-law, Mr. and Mrs. George La- of St. Mark's Church, Palatka

Adult Art Classes To Start Alain Reservation must be made in. Brast served cold drinks candies,j'I H. McEachern Mr. Fred Dodd, Testament. Instructors in these Rue, of Keystone Club Estates.

On Monday evening. Adult Art I advance with Mrs. J. W. Warren, and nuts to the players. j;.Mrs. Frank E. Stitchberry and passes, will be Rev:'j. R. Smith,I They were here for about two The Public Is Cordially Invited
Classes will resume in the Episcopal I, Rev. J. R. Smith- The 1
rhone 2851.Birthday Party For Mr. Lockwood of our :Mr. M. L. Beasley,"and Mr. A.. E.I veeks, and unfortunately we had ,
Parish House after being church the host church will l sing. Anthony.
I I For Xell Grayson A delightful surprise"party was I [Continued On _"Tc
discontinued before Christmas.The Party I I Mrs. J. L. Hetherington is the organist I'frsonals 'j Next Pace]

class will be taught, as before Mrs. Nell Grayson was plea- ::siven at Holiday Beach on and Mrs. Robert Hendrywill Mr. and -Mrs. J. P.. Childress J
by Mrs. Chuck Newman, better santly surprised on her birthday, day thur evening, Feb. 20,.for: be the soloist. The pastors of from Buffalo N. Y., and more recently -

known as Dot Chrtstoffers a- ,Feb. 22, when returning from an j I I Lockwood cake of Sylvan. the three participating churches of Greer. C., epent last

icund Keystone. Dot will give instructions errand in town she found that I!I by lovely Mrs. Perais was presented to him wall! take part in the worship weekend with Mr.. and Mrs. Lou

in oil-painting:,, 'watercolors her friend. Mrs: Art Manering Johnson.After' a- chick is one of praise and supplication Kyle.1 :'4 : -- .
Mrv Fred
luncheon )
and pastels. She is plan- had arranged a lovely birthdayridgeiuncheori nice SpauldJng Church Women fCanaaa Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kyle were

ning to work in both still-life and for her. The showed some color film of theNorth .* our neighbor to the away' Tuesday. and Wednesday of jiithJiI
and South
landscapes. It anyone Is interest- luncheon was spread on the klt- I which was en- North arranged this year's pro- l last week visiting Mr. and Mrs. .
jcjed!by all. Besides the honored
.gram. In accordance with our E. C, Cutter in Tarpon Springs.
guest others' his wife,
Marta-Jean's Conditorei Bake Shop custom both men and women are Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Char-

Mrs. Irma Lockwood, Mrs. Harriet
i:iiivited to this service. les T.. Smith who recently moved

Open 9 A.M. to 6 P.M. Monday Thru Saturday ,Scott Johnson of of Michigan.Vermont.Mrs.. Mrs. Persia Alma I I Open House for the young ,people ? a\,ay from Keystone will be Interested iiiiiru

PIES AID CAKES OUR SPECIALTYALSO I Frost of Keystone Mr. and Mrs. will be held on Friday, Mar- in knowing that the Du-

cn, 4, at 7:30: in the Educational Pont Co. has transferred Mr. I
CATERING FOR PARTIES Roy Ryder of Massachusetts..Mr, .
Building. Smith to in Balti-
a new plant
!Weisig and son Ralph of Iowa.Mr. I
Phone 4395 Keystone Heights The Board of Trustees will meet more, and they y.oill.be moving to
Mrs. William Walz of
on March 7, at 7:30:: for, their regular Baltimore from Wilmington. !)PI.
New Jersey Mr. and Mrs. John
monthly meeting. This :about the first of the summer.
Visch of Michigan Mr. and Mrs.
McKAY AT KEYSTONELAKE meeting is held in the Educational 'Inis should make Mrs. Smith
Paul Teal of ,Indiana Mr. and y
Building-, happy for 'now- she can be near ii
M's. John Hancock, .of Massachusetts t t5
JOHNSON Biff Sandy point, lots of waterfront. Mrs. Mae Romlein and her, I The monthly meeting of the her sister who lives in Baltimore.. .
Women of the Church will beheld Congratulations in order ?
Bargain at $6430 thrown In free, furnished ramp, sleeps It, mother Mrs. Ings of New Jersey, are !
on Monday, Mar. 7, at 7:30p. : for Milton Starnes who has been
derpuell. bath, boa-thouse. 20fc down, 10 yrs. to pay. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Spaulding of m. in the Educational Build- attending the St. Johns River j t ,-'
Massachusetts, .and Mrs. Irene
ing. Dr. Albert C. Holt our pastor Jr. College in Palatka this semester
LARK GENEVA Restricted lots, sandy hrac-he in town. Russell of Michigan.Girl ,
I will give his final talk in the and is now on the'debating
Scout Next Week
$3975. Other food building lots with lakevtew $600-$1975. Week I i -eiies, "Five Factors in God's Plan team. Out'of.six debates, his team .t
Next week March is Girl
6-12. __
Need a nice home See us, we ran arrange financing with low Scout Week.: On Sunday; all Girl of Salvation." His subject for this won two and tied one, which is ____
: meeting will be The Church. a good average. This is good : 1 : jJd.
down payment.S Scouts and Brownies will wear : I
The Executive Board of the practice ,for1 Milton who plans to 1
to churches
their uniforms their ,
Women of :the Church will meet study law,

E. MCKAY REALTORKeystone iot Which Sunday reminds services.Its that the av 7:00: p. m., Monday evening Keystone Heights is well represented e aY

P/eceeding: the general meeting. at the St. Johns River;
j|girls will soon bt bringing those ,
Teachers and officers of 'the Junior College, with five students'from
Heights 3071.2391.4151 Girl Scout cookies around S
j Sunday School will meet on Tuesday here: Milton Starnes, Max-\

Melrose GRanite 5-2968 t I I again. March 8, at 7:30: in the Educational !T.e: Jones, Roger Phelps, Fay .
(James Lee Brttt II
Building. Maxsell and Myron Prevatt, Jr. 1 _
Mr. James Lee Britt,. 55, a native -
I S//. Anne's Episcopal Church: t Mrs. Milton Starnes is now employed -
of Clay County and the Key- 4 starting:
On Friday March as a dental assistant at

'i scone area for 50 years" passed' a- ai 4 p. m., and continuing until Dr.. Denmark's office in.Starke.. J i ,

This way on Saturday Feb. 27. He is 6:30 p. m., there will be a Lenten Mrs. Oscar: Rich, also from Keystone -
survived by his wife Delma; a children from t r
Workshop for all ; works for Dr. Denmark too. i erL 40
step-daughter Mrs. Martha ire-; school, age through the seventh Mr. and, Mrs. John Coot from -
Thomas; three brothers. Elbert of These classes will beheld ; '
tealls grade. Brooklyn, N. Y., are spending
Keystone Heights Eugene of Bost- afternon during '
each Friday their vacation In Keystone Model IWOM
1rss wick and Carlton of Green Cove
Lent, at the Parish House. Teachers Heights with Mr: Cook's sister, ,

k! Springs. Also three grandchildren. for Pre-School children will Mrs. Dorothy Ruscher. All ; iish inside and out
Funeral services were held at porce.a.n i. *
LaMee and Miss
be Mrs. Lawrence We are happy to hear that Mrs.

3:00: p. m. on Tuesday at the Susan Lawrence. Mrs- Geqrge La- Paul Harvey is much better after 'f Plins; I rust and stains!
Gadara Church at Me*
Baptist ,
Rue and Miss Jackie Larsen Will being quite ill. She is grateful to -

Crae with the Ralph W. Tucker teach the first and second grad all. the friends who sent her cards

Above, the moon; j Funeral Home in charge.. ers. Mrs.: Robert' Jackson and'1iS'! and came to see her. Mr. and Genuine porcelain enamel gives you positive protection
I Keystone Continues 'To Grow Susanne will'teach the 3rd Harvey the White
Mee Mrs. live at
Beneath the roof of your darkened placeof City Clerk ;Jack Haberstroh.. and 4th- graders. Mrs. Chuck Feather Court. against rust, stains, and acids. And only $ 9 5

business, your day's cash receipts; reports that six building ,permits Newman; .and.Mrs.. C. 'J. O'Connorwill Mrs.; David Hall of the White 'Hotpoint brings you a genuine all-porcelain .

Out of the murk, the flashlight of a thief. were Issued during the month' of teach the older children. Feather Court, and her uncle Mr. washer at this low price. Come in for a demonstration -

February totaling approximately There .wUl.be a nominal chargefor Jchn, Packard spent the past

Ask about our service designed to $60.000.00. The Bell _TelephoneCo. the,coi.QJmaterials. Schedulewill weekend at Daytona_ Beach visiting of all the many fine features of this all- With Trade

help you avoid this risk: ,Is building an addition to be AS .follows: Worship first friends.Mr. porcelain Hotpoint automatic washer today! ,

their exchange and there' are 20 minutes, ;] Class work and handwork and Mrs. Edward Passen-

\ five permits for houses for: 5,5 minutes;] Recreation andCokebreak dorf. from Kingston. N. Y.,. have S Pushbutton water-temperature control

James R Cook Dr. Wilhelm, ," 15'mmufe's i ;. Crafts returned home alter spending a THREE WASHING CYCLES Automatic partial load control!

I Charles Helnk, and two for Charles ?0 minutes i ;: Supper, 3d' minutes.Sf : pleasant .vacation at. the White FOR LIGHT, REGULAR '. '

1 This Wallenius.,This is an unusually rvice'.startsT. promptly at 4':00p. : Feather Court. *,e OR HEAVY SOIL! Thorough triple-action I rinsingBig "
large amount for one month. youngsters are"Invited. Whitehead is much
m. All Mr.: Herbert w 0 10-pound tub. capacity
OURNIGHTnearrs CHURCH NEWS: Lenten Services .wdl be '. held improved after a bout with the New Hotpoint 3-cyc! auto :

St. William's,Catholic Church. :' each Wednesday evening starting flu. He is most grateful to all his I 1 mafic washer provides the SyearwrittenpartsrepiacemeM( (

On Monday evening, March 7, 'Y,rh' fc 'Covered-Dish supperat thoughtful friends who sent cardsto proper wash time for light,remwarranty on cooiiaJ transmissions s '

DEPtSITtRY there will be a covered-dish sup-'6:00:(! at .the Parish .House. Prayer him. ular or heavily soiled clothes one-yeor on entire wsihw"We

SAFETY!] 'per starting' promptly .at 6:00: p.' Service andyisittng speakers will Mrs. Anne Muir is spending a-

'm. At 6:45.: the Catholic club will be heard at the Church at' 7:30 bout three weeks at the home of .

nold R short meeting, 'and' 7:30: p. m. The Speakers' on March 9th her son and family Mr. and Mrs.Lear Service Everything We Setl"REDFEARN'S

Lenten Service will begin, w:J' be' the Rev: -Mr.- Jerry Zeller, Mui' and children Margaret

Community Church: Koctor of St.- Mark's Palatka. and Johnny, who live on Peach

THE KEYSTONE STATE BANK The theme for the World Day Cub Scout News; The next reet t=: The elder Mrs. Muir has

of Prayer this 'year "Laborers. meeting of the Cub Scout Committee -jQ wintering in Miami and

F.D.I.C. Together With 00<1.- The service men :will be held at 4:00: p. Keystone, she will return to -
? will be held, In the Community U,. March,6, at the Parish House: her home:in Arlington, N: >J.

r A Friendly Bank In a Friendly Community Church on Friday, March '4. at Shoppers. notice: Remember, Mrs. Art Manering, Mrs. Dorothy

7:30: p. m. Ushers will be Mrs. there are bargains in home furnIshings Sherman. and Mrs. Nell PHONE 4252 or 9391 Keystone Heights

Keystone Heights Fla. Frank Ilgen, Mrs.: .George ,E.. La- and clothing for all the' Grayson were in Palatka on,Saturday -. .S- I .
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Hue, Mrs; at the Nearly-New Shop attending "" = : '
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give her a ring at 4127. You save TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTMELROSE :and: S. W. Griffis and 11 young flu and couldn't be with us in ID The Clrrult Court Of FI.ddaElg. a copy of Ir
your answer or pleading
KEYSTONE money getting it through the people and Intermediates attended Sunday School and church Sunday ... Judicial Clrralt. !" And to said petition on petitioner's at.aaeys -I! "
Bradford .
mail, rather than buying it off the the Youth meeting at MadisonSt. I, la t'hancrry. County i Adkins And Jenkins. 224!
Southwest Second Avenue, Gaines-I!
newsstands. And very often they a&&AA Waaaaal Baptist Church in Starke Cane >.. 12-S43: rile Florida, and file the original)i WILLIAMSJEWE'LUY
HIGHLIGHTS are sold out. So order yours now o Sunday afternoon. Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Ed- Frank Damato. Plaintiff. *'s answer or pleading In the office oti
I Continued From Page.Seven] Hilda) the Clerk! of the Circuit Court on I
and be sure. Work and play has been on the mond Rosier Sunday were Mrs. ; Damato Defendant.
or before the 14th
ALW && j N day of March /
building fund. standstill at the Community Rosier's mother, Mrs. Dewey Har- NOTICE OF SUIT 1960. It you fail to do so. judgmentb \
[Continued From Page 7] ST. ANNE'S EPISCOPAL House during the cold weather. To: Frank Damato. ('/0 Mrs. Mary I ) default, will be taken against ;
There were ten members pre- tey and leer sister-in-law. "Mrs. Holke 2412 T'oodland Avenue y-U for the relief demanded In said j
CHURCH, KEYSTONESundays wring the past two weeks progress Johnnie Wantagh Xew Y< rfc. j-etition. I I IDor.i
little "Florida weather" as sent and two guests. The hostess Harvey and children of WATCHES DIAMONDS
vety has been made. We now Y'm are hereby notified that a And Ordered at Starke !
such during that time. Perhapson 9:30: a. m., Church seived refreshments at. the closeof Macclenny. petition for modification vt final Hradford County, Florida this 9 REPAIRS
the have several swings for our young tWree has been filed in the above day of February, 1960.
their next visit, the weather School. 9:30: a.m., Morning Prayer meeting. people 'to enjoy. Don't forget Sunday School and slj-Ud court In which your former i SEAL All Work Guaranteed

will be more to their liking. and Sermon ((1st Sunday, Holy Scout.Activities / Mr. and Mrs. Donald church Sunday morning. Training wife Hilda Damato seeks to aniftid CHARLES A. DARBY A. C. Williams
Mrs. W. H. Float took the Cub Hersey Union Ike child custody provision of the Clerk Circuit Court .
Mrs. Florence Wenzel and Communion). 6 Episcopal and church Sunday night. I I v
/ p.m. the of final decree of divorce entered Bradford ,
. ate proud parents a son, by County Florida
Scouts of Den Pack 109 to the 142 W. Call St.
granddaughter Susan Ransley. Young Churchmen. : born recently in Palatka.Mr. We are looking forward to the above court on Auguest 18, By Marian 1* Crosby

from Sparta N. J.. were guests of. Holy Days 7:30: a.m., Holy, Railroad station at Waldo last and Mrs. Leon Taylor and ing the New River Singers hear-I Damato m3.; :: In said prays petition that said the! said final'Hilda 1de- ,I Adkins Deputy and Clerk Jenkins Starke, Fla.

r.: >/s. Mildred King at Keystone Communion. Friday afternoon. family of Heilbronn Springs were come the first Sunday of each ree of divorce be modified and Attorney for Petitioner Formerly Roberts Jewelry
Club Estates last Sunday and Third. Wednesday Parish Engineer R. H. Mann of Wildwood month to help _us sing and sing I Tat she be awarded the care custody -I !2i S\V Second Avenue 1
visiting Mr. and Mrs. L.K. Childs
I : and control of Barbara Ann Gainesville, Florida .
explained the of
Monday. Covered Dish Supper 6 or 6:30: working on Sunday. special numbers.for us. Damato. You are required to serve Zit;; n +/S
'We report that Re?. I hIs engine which was off duty.
are glad to I Mr. and Mrs. Johns and daughter -
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end Mrs.. Ralph Felix of Indiana p.m.The Rev. Millard H. Breyfogle, None of the boys had ever beenon of Hampton visited their son- -

will spend a few days in March Vicar. an engine before
in-law and daughter, Mr. and
with their many Keystone friends. J. H. Morris, brakeman, and R.
Mfs. Junior Hersey Sunday and
op their way home from Hialeah. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH A. Thigpen conductor both ofDunneU'on attended services at Hope Sunday All Cars !
: Calling
wiiere they have spent the winter KEYSTONE HEIGHTS took the boys througha night. .
Mrs. Russell caboose.
assisting Rev. and
Rev. and Mrs. M. L- Packbam
J. .R. Smith pastor, Ralplj
Young In their new work there. The Cub Scouts had a Blue and
and children of Haines
Mrs. Irene Russell a winter Copeland. Minister of Music and I Gold banquet Friday night at the! were
visiting relatives here over the
visitor! has been in Orlando visit- church organist.Services I Episcopal Parish House com- weekend.Mrs. .
A. E. : Sunday School 9:45: memorating 50 years of Scouting
ing her sister-in-law. Mrs. TOJOINTHEMOTORCADE
W. W. Packham is in
a. m. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. m America.
Pollock.. Training Union 7 p. m. Evening Many Scouts received badges. Jacksonville visiting her son-in-
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Belote M; .
services 8 !law and daughter Mr. and MI'S.Jack
p. m. PTA To Meet .
and Mrs. George Massa, Mr. and
Jerrell.. Our deepest sympa-
"Make church worship a family
The Melrose Parent-Teachers
Mrs. Richard Murrhee. and Mr
affair." they is extended to all thE!! faintly -
of Association will hold its regular
and Mrs. Charlie McGlave all over the mysterious disappearance '

Keystone attended the Azalea % COMMUNITY CHURCH monthly met Monday March 7, of the Jerrell's daughter
Ball at the Civic Center in the in the Melrose High Auditorium.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Beverly Jean Cochrane. We sincerely -
Ravine Gardens in Palatka on SatUrday Free baby sitting will be furnished pray she will be returned

evening. Dr. Albert C. Holt, MinisterMrs. : by members of the Future to her home safely soon.

Frank M. Walrath Jr., and the J. .... Hetherington Homemakers of America. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Triest and g

new Mrs. Walrath have moved Organist and Choir Director School News sons and Mrs. W. H. Hall and I

from the Holiday! Beach Apts. to Sunday School 9:45: air Morn Melrose High School has a new son, Dennis and Mrs. Jean Wain-

the home of the late Dr. A. J. ing Worship 11:00: ajn.St. teacher Mrs. William T rnbull, wright enjoyed an outing at Salt

Hon on Lakeview! Drive. who, replaces Mrs. Jerry Jackson. Springs Sunday. TO TAMPA

Mrs. D. N. Simons of Gaines. William' Catholic Chapel Mrs./Turn\iun\ is a graduate of Mrs. Horace Roebuck and son

ville spent last Tuesday in Key- Keystone Heights State Teachers College California, and daughter-in-law, Mr. and
Fa., has taught in Ohio and Cross
tone Heights with her friend Mrs. Bennie Roebuck of Gaines-
Mrs. M. L. Beasley Sunday; Mass at 8:30 a. m. City, and has substituted in Pa-
v'Jle attended services at Hope
Subscriptions Anyone Holyday Mass at 7:00: a. m. latka schools. She also studied oran Baptist church Sunday.
Tuesday Mass at 8:00() a. m. at Stetson She
Your correspondent will be hap- ? University. Olen Hicks and children, Kay
Confessions before all Masses. presently lives in East Palatka andis
py to sign you up for a year'ssubscription and Roy of Palatka were visitingMr. '
Baptisms marriaeea and Instructions Putnam County Council PTA
to the Bradford
and Mrs. J. A. Gnann Sunday.
County Telegraph if just by appointment.r President. Her husband, ,William CAMPAIGN
you We are glad to know that Mrs. KICK-OFF
Turnbull, is band director at Pa-
Hicks is recovering from surgery
.', .::.. - .-, latka High School. in Doctor's Hospital at Starke.
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Melrose Beats Ft. McCoy
.ye B '
'm' : Mr. and Mrs. R. G- Zeigler and

: 'HdIfJJ : -f[ RI C ,UN IES Loses Meirose To Hawthorne won its 17th basketballgame daughter trandson of Mrs.Gainesvlle Judy Heckard were visit-and

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of the
'C season by whippingthe FORDoyle
ing the R. C. Dampier's Sunday. _
Ft. McCoy Pirates 60-31 Mrs R. C. Dampier was in

Ii HENDRY Tuesday night at Ft. McCoy. Gainesville Monday on business.

r Melrose Cagers took an early Terry and Karen Breeden of
COUNTY lead and held it throughout the
1 Silver Lake were visiting Chery
I .. !' II :
.'ltjL" jame; the biggest gain coming in Griffis Sunday.
County Seat "
.. '- the final quarter when they scored Conner\;

., !, .,-..- .I." ., La Belle ) 27 points. tTTTTTTTTTTTTT1 T TYYY \
,. ....... H Larry Cooper and Calvin O'- :
I .
: .Ii .:., ....curt _I. R Ml m Steen, who both placed on the -
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Riverland Conference All-Star :'
; .
: C: team, led the Bulldogs in thescoring CANDIDATECommissioner < .1 .
department' with 26 and By Mrs. Sybil GriffU

18 points, respectively. Tommy ...as. A && &&&&&&4AA.

Jells.... was top Pirate scorer with ,
1 1s 11 markers.It Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Norman .
H and James went to Bushnell Mon
was a double vic ory as the of
:: 3 Melrose girls scored 33-17 win day to visit friends and relatives. AgricultureSTATE

i I 1 r .. .. II over Ft. McCoy lassi ;. Virginia Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. Rosier visit-

: \ .. tI Ford led Melrose wit 17 points ed Mr. and Mrs. Raiford Sapp

." : ,' ,- ''- f wlitle Linda Martui h d< '8' for th<*. and Mrs. Fonzo Rosier at Raiford .too"14r. .. .. .... y

I Here in these 760,900 acres of rich farmland, vast losers. Sunday. .
.. !I of turned of Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. OF'FLORIDA .
quantities sugar cane are over to one the Friday night the HawthorneHornets ,. .
largest refineries in the United States located Gaskins Saturday were their "
sugar got revenge on the Bulldogs I
in Clewiston. The muck lands of Hendry County by whipping them 31-27 in daughter. Betty and her room .

turn out winter vegetables for shipment to northern an overtime game. This was the &1ites: Nancy Rivers Mina Craine (: '

markets-offering a major source of income, along third came played between the and Peggy Sawyer all of Jackson- SATURDAY MARCH 12th .

with the important truck farming industry that goes Bulldogs and Hornets this.season, ,
hand in hand with it. The Hendry County Fair and ville.Saturday visitors of Mr. and
and-Melrose won the other two;
Livestock Show will hold their annual fair March 1 Mrs-Fisher Gaskins were Mr. and
one by a 50 point margin the oth-
through 5 in 1960. F. L. Conner Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. ,
In progressive Hendry County and throughout er The in another teams were overtime deadlocked game. 5-5 Willie Sykes and Mrs. Winnie ,JOIN THE SUPPORTERS FROM ALL OVER FLORIDA
Florida, the United States Brewers Foundation Wood, all of Jacksonville.
at the end of the first quarter.
works constantly to maintain sale of beer and ale Melrose outscored Hawthorne in Visitors! of your reporter over

under pleasant, orderly conditions. Believing that the weekend were Mr. and Mrs. '
halftime by
to lead at
I strict law enforcement serves the best interest of the second children
McDonald and
the people of Florida the Foundation stresses close .one point.both 1413.teams In scored the third 7 I of Eugene Jacksonville. Starke and Bradford County Motorcade Will Leave From Bradford

cooperation with the Armed Forces, law enforcement darter

t and governing officials. points lead which going into still the gave final Melrosethe quar- G.Folks A. and don't Sunbeam forget to program.come to County Hospital At 1:00 P.M. -- Saturday, March.. '12! '

March 10 at 8 p. m. Please bringall .
This time however
ter. ,
t ':\\1')1: ..."* i.... ,
;;: -;01' lrn" d Stalfi BrettertFoundation scored 7 to the Bulldogs' 6 the girls you can.
QHTk .
fRlHfSEYlRAGE ;: 1. and made it 27-27 at the end of Sorry so many are sick with the'
: norid. DIV.... 1r" _
it" .f y>3 V KM I'NC regulation pry! : and threw the .

rfW Orl.rr.rd.. game into overtime play, 1 ,

.., Reed Ellis of Hawthorne then '-'

broke loose with three points the ,. ,,: : ."" ..,
'\, .
.t" ,
in the "'-" .
A only scoring did game '- L _
to spark Hawthorne to the 31-27 i>. r

victory. J I <1'\,
Mark Gaboardi! was top scorer "

for Melrose with 13. Eddie Hig- {

cinbotham led the Hornets with and FREEDOM >

12 tallies. :

Hawthorne also took a B-squad : ". .
J/T .
f game. 26-23. another V _

__ t Dextor Bender,Jim Hall and Total Insurance in Force $1,676,109,717 When a man has provided financial
Warren Adams each scored six for .
-- ; [: 1933 hcrasi Insonaci in Force $185,462,730 security(for his family,he has discharged ""' ,
Hawthorne while Donald Williams -
.: V a responsibility; which is basic to the '-

I had eight for Melrose. i.i;; Total Resources $289.248.845I. freedom we enjoy.Ours is a way of life i .,r .

TRINITY EPISCOPAL 1353 hcrtast ii Resources $7,049,850 w e hold dear-a way of life wherein the \ a
J .
CHURCH MELROSE v individual is free to plan his affairs '

';.. ", and provide i for! the sctirrly ofl his i If.c i (h i kr
3 V .
10 Church
Sundays a. m., one Liberty atior3l, plat.tut f

/ Cu! School. 11:15: a.m. Morning Prayer :., ', t DECEMBER 31. 1959 \y 1 1JlJttant} part In t\e! Iil'I"lfi:I r:'1It1( ?"Fi '+
and Sermon (First Sunday, ,
: '
J, RESOURCES lreedornottFsarntrsti-1"+ nteuarl 4 ,I .
Holy Communion). 6 p.m.. Episco- ,
$ millio.11ile i inbHrrd iT .
:;,1'J.4t air 4
Z"Don't pal Young Churchmen. Guaranteed Real Estate Mortgages............1'.$152,788.260.62 \/ r '

Holy Days 10 a. m. Holy U,;'So Government Bonds....................... 34.405,463,63i.I t. ,yam
worry, Pop Mom says we're buying the Communion.The ,
best in window II Total a S Direct and> Guaranteed Obligations.$187493,724.25J.
screening at the- Starke Builders Rev. Millard H. Breyfogle '' I'V.. D. (DutcrO) THOMAS ,
Supplies." Vicar. Other Real Estate Mortgages:.................. 20,862,406.25 l,: i

.. fublfcUtityBonds.":: "................. J7J56.129.39X J. ERMIE JONES ,: : ,s;

State,Province and Municipal Bonds............. 14769101.07 \/ ,

rrrYTTTYTTTYYTTTYTYTTTTY Other Bonds ...-............................. 30,146.252.19 CYPolkyloani JAMES WATERS : '- t It

NO MONEY DOWNRepair t ................ M65.488.91 > / JOE JORDAN ; '

THERESSA Company Occupied Real Estate................. 2379,74238 \ / Jt r .

Investment Real Estate! ....................... 2. 96,601.90Cash

i ? By Ruth Griffis # .......................;.............. 2,043,187.85) V TO SERVE YOU IN THE J .

1 Stocks......................!............. 1,5<<.416.66 V '
YTT YTTTTTTTYTTTTYTYTTT.Miss Other Resources; ............................. 2.191.7S425
Add Rooms \ / .
--- Carport -
Anne Bell one of our UI. .................................. 528W4M4UZ BUTLER AREA.
X cnfldren's beloved "Bible Ladies-

Bath Room is in a Lakeland hospital recovering VV +. 4'
from an operation. During .... '.
her and Miss Reba Thompson's ReseMs td Guarantee Obi gation to Policyawners.Z54,463,079.62 / -.. ; o.J' __ ; ;; s -
SEPTIC TANK AND FIXTURES absence the Bible "Joy" Club is Capita! 2nd Surplus.: .......................... 29459,50157 Nv ; .

) conducted by Mrs. Alma Oehrig Total Held farftcfectioa of{FoScyowosrs........4233,62248119 -c'' .r ; :.,+; t 1 t. '

Time To Re-roof from Park of the Palms, assisted Securities Valuation Ream.....'.............. 1363945.83 vV r -

by Romesa Dodd. Mrs. W. H fee*and KattHmeois liabilities.............. 4,262415.94 .. '', ,. '
Breeden of Keystone Heights and ;j
Mrs. J. D- Griffis. ..._.....:.............. ... II.I- .

"Family1 Night" was enjoyed at

Hope Baptist Church Wednesday _"
SUPPLIESPhone night of last week. Services at '

the church were preceeded by a .. '. -" LIBERTY NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY : ;, -,,

WO 4.4201 Starke. Fla. I cover dish dinner at the Com : ,

munity House. \ FIt.U.U: _
; :: : P.SAMF0 RIJ,.Prts1Jent BumioghamAlabalrta

I Rev, ana Mrs. Samuel Cuthbert -, .- .. -, .. .

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m7m.vm.nnnmr weekend guests of Mr.. and Mrs. and family, of Jacksonville Pons
and I brought her home and remained Nettles of Hampton.Mr. .
Ei'lie Padgett and family. ilr., and Mrs. Sidney Hansen were for the weekend. and Mrs. V. J. Slade were '

i LAWTEYdj \ Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Barber and Sunday guests of Mr and Mrs. Mrs. L. H. Highnote, of Miami ,Gainesville visitors on Sunday. Jacksonville

Mrs. Jojco; T. FutbVaughn family were business visitors to Walter ,E. Martin and family arrived Monday for a visit with I Mrs. Jessie Chastain was visit-
Tifton, Ga., on Saturday. They Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Anders were her" sister Mrs. O. J. Phillips and ir.ginLake City' one day 'last 'tG Prices AsftAdvertised
&& &&&&&&&&&uu.us. returned via Jacksonville and in Jacksonville on Saturday for a Danny. xeek.

Prescott. Milo Smith visited the Senior Barbers. visit with Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Mr.' and Mrs. James Wilkerson. 4-H Girls from Hampton Elementary In

and John Arthur Torode attended Allen Hart'and daughters visit- Jenkins and family, Mr. and Mrs.I,and family Leo and Junior Taylor School will take part in I:
ed Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Hart at Jimmy Hogan and Mrs. c. Jacksonville
a Shell Oil Dealers meetingat G. spent Sunday the 4-H rally day at the USO ;
Robert Meyer's Hotel Thursday Bell on Sunday Hodges. with the Andrew Wilkerson fam- building In Starke this Saturday
evening. Friends of Selma Eunice will be Mrs. L. P. Rafuse and Joan attended L'y.Mrs. March 5 from 10 a., m. to 2 p. m.
glad to know she returned to her a hamburger fry at Elizabeth Mattie Carter ,and family, Girls will model garments they I Good At
Miss Mary Ann Motes of Gainesville home from St. Vincent's Hospital. Baptist Church, in Jackson- of Jacksonville, spent the weekend have made, and exhibit towels. I S -

her' was the Sunday guest of'i Her son-in-law and daughter Mr. vale on Saturday evening. Jimmy with Mr. and Mrs. Allan Carter Parents are invited to attend all I pIjq, This Stores
grandmother, Mrs. Effie and Mrs. Joe Lane and family Lee Bishop, of Jacksonville, was aud family and Mrs. Mary Red- or any part'of the program to I
Miner. I from Deland, visited with her the Rafuse's Sunday guests. observe the 4-H activities under f

'1?. E. Lee and son, Johnny were 'I'during the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Elisha Griffis and dish.Mrs.. ,,Hattie Mathis is spendingthis the direction of Miss Dorothy

1ri Enigma, Ga. this weekend and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ragan, of family visited relatives in Lake week 'with Mr. and Mrs. Ross, Bradford County Home Demonstration PALMGRAPEORANGE
brought Mr. Lee's mother, Mrs. Keystone Heights, spent Sunday Butler on Sunday. r"1ank'Mathis and family in Jack- Agent.; Girls In the ROYAL
Clemmle Lee home with them with Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Tatum. The Lawtey PTA will meet in sonville. 'Hampton 4-H work include those

for a visit. Mrs. Leona Edwards' Sunday the school cafeteria Tuesday "Mr. and Mrs. Bill Pendarvis and [I in-grades four, through,eight, and
;Mrs. Clifton Smith, of the State guests: were Mr. and Mrs. Bryant evening March 8.Mr. family, Mrs. Lyla Pendarvis and I ioli have been working on sewing .

Farm was visiting the L. S. Tanner Tucker and family of Pernandina, and Mrs. J. C. Tye and I I Miss. Carolyn Strickland were projects this semester. The 'rally _i ROOT BEER
family on Saturday and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Edwards. family had as Sunday guests Mr. Friday evening guests of Mr. and day this week 'win mark the na- .
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Tyre, of and daughters, of Gainesville. and Mrs. Bob Keith of .Jackson- Mrs.' Willie Carter in Macclenny.The 'tional celebration of 4-H week, BUBBLEUP5C
Keystone Heights, visited Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Sapp and Mile. L. C. King family has purchased March 5-12.
Mis. H B. Hague and family on Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Sapp and Mrs. R. E. Lee. Misses Jackie a home in Starke and Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Watterson

Sunday. children visited Mrs. Susan Sappin Bales, Lorraine Priest and Karen moved there on Saturday.The returned last Thursday from a CAN
'Mr. and Mrs. James Padgett Gainesville on Saturday. Lee visited Mr. and Mrs.- Lonnie I First Baptist Church will week's visit in Bradenton with E A

and family, of Jacksonville, were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth MartinALVAREZ' Adams in Jacksonville Satur- have a Fellowship Supper at the Mr. and Mrs. Donald McMahone

day.Mr. Pistorium Friday night, March 4. !and son.. x
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and Mrs. H. E. Priests' Come, bring a covered dish and Mr and Mrs. T.. E. Simmons
.11 STORE Men's Clothing 11111 Sunday' guests were Mr. and Mrs. enjoy a good meal with group i spent last week visityig friends

W Established 1894That'8 III Ernest Williams and son of Lake singing later. .in Ft. Lauderdale and Miami.
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
I t Ernest Southerland in Lake But- SIDEBy

If It's Glass We Have Itl! ler.Bill
CALL WRITE VISIT and Tip Dixon of Palatka
or Mrs. John Cowart ,By Mrs Harvey ,McCarthy #
4 were visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. W.

Tatum on Sunday. uAIAAAAAU4.AAUAA WAA.
Joe Peters Glass Co
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wise were
Ordination services' for Sunday
I our
visiting Mrs. Joyce Brown at St.
FOR ANY GLASS NEED Vincent's Hospital on Saturday. pastor Rev. Gerald Suggs, will be Hope all of you are planning to
held at the Orange Street be at Heilbronn Church this Sun-
We Design i Modern Store Front I Jimmy Starling, who is stationed Baptist
4c1 day for the
Church in Baldwin annual Homecoming
Just Mail Us A Pattern for with the Navy in Norfolk, Va. on Sunday,
March 13, at 3 p. 1> Everyone is II Services, Singing will start at 11a.
Table lops I is spending sometime with his } .
invited to attend. m. with dinner at 1 p, m.. for
:, 1313 N.W. 4th PI. Gainesville Fla. Phone FR 2-4353 I mother Mrs. Pearl Starling. The. Northside WMU will hold theconvenienceOf:other churches -
Mr, and Mrs. Vernie Padgett
its first meeting in the Week of that want to join us for our
r and family of Clay Hill, spent
Prayer for Home Missions on big day. After dinner, singing will
Sunday! with Mrs. Lavina Martin
Monday ,night, March 7, at 7 p. continue through the afternoon.
and family.
"Don't Settle For Less Than A Jim Toney" m. in the home of Mrs. Irene Good singers are expected froma
Mrs James Waters and sons
Odom at the State Farm. The number of churches, and are

JIM TONEY HOMES $1095 and/ Mis.were Sunday Buford guests Higginbotham\of Mr. and in program will be under the direction asked:; to see our chorister, Russell -
of Mrs. Margaret Brown. Redding, upon arrival Sun-

up Maxville. On Monday, March 14, at 7 p. day. The pastor Rev. Otis T.
WE FINANCE FOR 10 'YEARS Mrs. Carl Prevatt who is in Bap- in. the WMU members will meet Jones; and entire congregation ..
tist Memorial Hospital in Jacksonville COLONIAL TENDER
See Our Model Home at Waldo, Florida for another session of prayer at welcome all visitors.
is greatly improved the home of Mrs.,Carl Sapp. All WMS members met last Wed- 0 LEO
12 Miles South of Starke on' U. S. 301 hopes, to return to her home on SUGAR CURED SMOKED
members are urged to attend nesday night! at the church aftera
Wednesday. these lJl et1ngs. joint meeting with the Brother-
Bobby Bennett, Richard Ben- I The Family Night on Feb. 24 hood. Rev. Jones gave the devo-
nett and son, of Daytona Beach, PICNICS
I was enjoyed by ,everyone. All parents tional, after which a business j c
were Saturday luncheon guests of
and children are invited to meeting was held,with Mrs. Jones'
Mr.. and Mrs. Buster Bennett.Mr. ,..LB.LB .
I take part in the fellowship and piesiding. ',Community projectsand / c
and Mrs Harvey cushing :the auxiliaries that are presented the Week of Prayer were dis .
and family, of Tallahassee, spent I SOLID
al thi meeting time each month.W. !
the weekend with Mrs. Cushing'sparent .
Glad to repport' that E. C.
C. Rivers, Agnes, Bosford, .
Mr and Mrs. M. L. .... .,
and Mrs. Mamie Denmark of [Ernie] Johns came home from1the ..,

Turner. Jacksonville visited Mrs. Lois Bradford, County ,.Hospital j
Mrs. Howard Norman and children Carter end\ family Sunday after- Wednesday of last week and Mrs.
visited Mr. and Mrs. Carlos noon. Morris Carter arrived home last YELLOW GLOBE

No Money ,Down -- No'Charge For Travel Rosier and family near Raiford Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Carter visited Friday ,from Baptist Memorial f1' Ranch '
Mrs. Roberta Carter in the Hospital in Jacksonville. Hickory
Mrs. Georgia- Ami'Sapp's Sunday Baptist Hospital in Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Green's I '

guests were 'Mr. and Mrs. one day last week. daughter, Mrs.,Freda Crews, un 51 \ ONIONS
E erett'B.urney, Bill Burney and SLICED
2. 3 Mr. and Mrs 'Raymond HesS derwent surgery Thursday of last
J children of Jacksonville.Mr. .
i i eek4n northern hospital.
and Mrs. Katherine Sponholtz
., and Mrs Raymond Williams I Congratulations, and best wishes RINDLESS
Visited, Mrs Hess mother Mrs.
BED mm BED ROOM of Jacksonville, visited Mr Sue Sapp in Gainesville Monday.Mr. are .extended ,to Mr., and Mrs. i; BREAKFAST 2-LBS.
and Mrs. Ed Durban and sons
and Mrs. Oscar Carter and 'Thomas Lloyd Moore who are the
: ONLY $37 40 ONLY $Ca,70 during the weekend. 4 Truman Norman visited Lea proud.parents of.a''baby boy nam-

Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Rosier mon Norman who is in the hos- ed, Thomas Lloyd 2nd, born Sun-
PER MONTH PER MONTH and 'family, of Palatka, ,spent pital in Miami. day Bradford County' ospital.Mr L- 00
Sunday with his father, Britt Hosier C.
Marion Carter left last week to and Mrs. E. C. Johns were f ONE
PAYS OFF IN PAYS OFF IN and Mr. and Mrs. Cedric spend a while in Lake Worth: with visited over the weekend by their

MONTHS 84,MONTHS Rosier and family. his daughter Mrs. Louie Bell daughter, Ml'S1' Lois Henson and
Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Arwood Parks. son of Jacksonville, and 'then PKGSt

and family of Melrose were Sun- Guestsof the Oscar' Carters son; Morris Johns, also of Jack-
day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl '
last week were Mr. and Mrs. D. sonville.- i,*-*
John McRae Toney BuildersSTARKE Carter. Sheldon of, Hillsdale, Mich., Lyle Weekend guest of the R. L.

Mrs. Ethel Reddish spent last Nolan of Charlotte N. C., Rev. Morgans, was their niece, Miss
FTJA. WALDO, FLA. week with her son-in-law and and Mrs. Sam Watson of Way- Faye Morgan,of Jacksonville. We

Phone WO 4.1792 Phone HO 8-2781 daughter, Mr. and. Mrs. Jack Pons cross. Ga., and the John Aguairs wish to thank Miss' Morgan for HARD RIPE
and children in Tallahassee. Mrs.HERE'S of Jacksonville. playing: the piano for Church service -

,- -, .r.-- .. -" Stephen Cowart_ visited Wayne_ Sunday.- C
-, ,-, -.. -- -'w --'-, .. --, ,-, .---- -, -.- -- .- ,-,", Suggs in Baldwin Sunday.Mr. I Sunday afternoon Mr. and Mrs.R. .
L. Morgan and' daughters,
and Mrs. John Cowart,
Michael, and Sherry Ann visited Joyce and Judy, and their niece, TOMATOES CARTON'
HOW YOU CAN Mrs. Cowart's father j. W. Pad- Miss Faye Morgan. attended a.

gett, in Gainesville Sunday after- wedding Crescent City
H noon. Sunday guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Freeman Crosby was Miss Walkerof

Harvey Scobie Kelly and Shirley -
HAMPTONBy -Johnson visited in Jackson-

ville Saturday. c
TV DOLLARS Congratulations to Miss MarilynCox LB.
Mrs. D. E.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. Inn attractive daughter of Mrs. BANANAS

I Lois Cox who made Dean's List

SHEPHERD AND RCA for top-average students at the
OFFER YOU THIS Visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Bill University in Gainesville.

Underwood and Mrs. Louise Hogan the weekend
Miss Cox spent _
at Hampton Lake this week with her mother. Also during the _

-BIG I 21INCHRCA I I is Mrs. Underwood's grandson, weekend her brother, Pearson rL,1i:1C

Ben Roberts of Savannah, Ga. I and' his roomate. George, from
Mr.: and Mrs. Clarence Melton I Columbia. South America visitedin

I 1 VictorTELEVISION and children moved last weekend- the Cox home.'rHAT'S.
from Gainesville to a house on
I? I 4 the Hampton-Theressa road east

,, of town. ,ALL? -

Mrs. A. L. Sullivan of Ocala +w .w
:spent lastweek here with her
sister, Mrs. T. F. Brown. Mrs.

la ,Model 210T14C Arthur Milliken of Ocala was here

Sunday to. visit Mrs. Brown. ,
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Gray of

: Jacksonville are the parents of a
Now Only daughter, born SatUrday, 'Febru ,
1 ary 27, in Jacksonville.Mr. .
and Mrs. Martin Mosher
formerly of Matamoras, Penna., .cr+
have moved into the J. W. Home .

.95 house on the east side of Hamp- WINTER GARDEN FROZEN APPLE CHERRY & PEACH
ton. The parents of Milton Mosher It's true..yon wear this amazing ,
RCA Victor Farr.ll Deluxe. been in Sonotone bearing aid ALL
they have living new
Table TV with front controls, end I 89 Starke for the last several weeks. IN YOUB EAal! No*cord, nothing

speaker thai can be built m."One-Set" WITH Mrs. George Cottman of Ocala worn anywhere'else..The smallest C
electronic fine tuning. 262 in. Sonotone ever it weighs only
spent last week,here with her FRUIT 29
picture.Transformer-powered Deluxe TRADE ter., Mrs.-Jessie'Chastain Other hall an ounce, including battery. PIES'[

chassis. Phono-jack, ton. control and recent visitors at Mrs- Chaslain's SON O T ON E

automatic gain control. Balanced were her niece, iva Cohen of
Fidelity FM Sound. Available_ in 2 the Best Buy of the Year! Maryland, and Mr. and Mrs-' 721 N.W.24th Avenue
beautiful finishes Shirley Piper of,Jacksonville. Gainesville, FIa.

Mr. and Mrs. Dick May and Please send. me without obligation FOLGER'S OR FOOD FAIR

daughter of Homestead visited your free booklet, LIVE AGAIN
here last weekend with the C.,.L. (&Q about bearing). "

May Raleigh and Brannen J. W Home and son families.spent Name __ CAN (

Sunday in Jacksonville, where .

Phone WO 4-6901 Starke, Florida they attended a Brannen family I Addresscitystat tlMJT1WITH 1
reunion and birthday dinner Also
._ $5.00
attending the family t '1'gathering I Batteries for all..makes r of Hear FOOD ORDER'IIURSDAY

-: .. ; were J. J. Brannen and:--Preston b1g, ,-'A1d& "' "" -_ V" __ ____ _,____ __ ___

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'T TTTTTY'TTTTYYYTY TYY TTYTTTYTTtTTTTTTTTTTTT while her mother Mrs. .:Sophia its Harry Young, treasurer, will |i; ..v.v..v..vvrviiIll table- -tennis- ---installed- ---r-
Royal was president. She is the 1 Bunnell. house known, as Gertie's.... .House,
we that an accurate record is <- '
TO All
Community ,center. the, children of Mr. and I
and Earl Padgett has moved into
past president of American Le- kept of all monies. The'next regular .
CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY I'gion Auxiliary Post 314; past meeting will be held on the I thank those who were | weekend Jeff Smith and were attended home Church over I the one Charles vacated at the
president of the 'Fourth Division 'earth I contributing toward the '
: Friday in March at Water- Sunday. intersection of Roads 218 and
By Ozora ShellAAAAAAAUUAAAAAAAAAAAA I cf the Eleventh District of American cak with Mr. and Mrs. Eugene tty liarban Sue Davis I ing of this equipment t Rev. B. W. Sweat', Arch* evatt, 3d.

. , Legion Auxiliary; a 'Bile as host and hostesses. Mrs- .. .. that if. desire '
.&&&&&&&&&&&&&& fAAAAAu ... & A..&...&&&& you to i and Mrs. Robert Cameron, The land has been cleared for
charter member of the Carnation P etp Ua Cummings.. reporter: equipment it is there ; Frances Cameron of Jack
Have A Heart Show 'I for the Red Cross. Principal C. c.\\ ocial Saving Club and active Carnation'Club Mr. and Mrs. Al Rain of High ;, the pastorate at the Highland
*A benefit show will be staged Anderson is member Pleasure. Mrs. James \ were' guests of Mrs. Inez j Church.. Some other undergrowth
planning a talent of New Bethel Baptist The Carnation Club will hold Spring were Thursday guests of I Sunday.
at RJE cafetorium today for the | show for next week at Anderson I Church.; The kindergarten is held .he next regular meeting at the her mother Mrs. Mamie. Hodges ,charge of the There will and scrub trees have been rem v''
i Heil-
a singing at
Heart Fund Drive. According to I Junior High In Lawtey for the in the Youth Building: of ,the leno Theatre, All' members are I ment to 'be.used'with I eJ, improving the appearance' of

Principal Eddie Thompkins, two I j Heart Fund Drive. Hampton j i; cnurch. More than 20 pupils have bed to' attend.: We are pleased _Sgt- and Mrs. Roswell Waters I { 6 Baptist with Church'dinner on Sunday the, the church property. At last report -
numbers will be .presented by I Training and Thurston Element i(I enrolled since September 1959. u note that one of our members, and thUdren of Augusta Ga are & & a & Everyone welcome. I' everything is shaping up
each class. They will be judged t t} tary have received envelopes for i i The group presented many action /Irs- Bessie i Lee,has a new daugher i visiting! his mother Mrs. Loca We wish to extend ,:fine for the building to be started.We .
by Mrs Dave Paulk, Mr. Frees pupil contributions. Principals j i songs, recitations' In groups and and is doing fine. All members j Waters and the J.. C. Harrell GRIFFiS to the Parker family.our sympa-May ': had 64 in Sunday School
I and some other county represent Taylor and Price always make i individually. The last Sunday. The Junior Class
program was asked to be present for the !.family this, week. comfort them and bless them''
ative. Supervisor .shell will M. C, .excellent reports. This program !. enjoyed by the elementary de- Jrawing of names for secret pals Mr. and Mrs. James Harrell and By Verble, this time. won again. On Feb. 21, there wereo
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the show and serve as coordinator :has been approved by Supt. Mari i i partment faculty and students. and sisters will! be held at this baby of Gainesville was the Sunday I Mr, and Mrs. Willie Green r the 28th the Intermediates
for the rally. As you know gan. TAC; group has been invited to re- meeting. Mrs Alma Jenkins, relcrter. guests cf his parents Mr. && .. Mrs. Green's Mrs. I wonagain. On Feb. 21 there were
each:! year during January we RJE Chapel ProgramThe I turn at ,their earliest convenience. ; aid Mrs. j. C/Harrell. i i J W. sister I 57 in Training Union, but wec'ln't
Strickland in
Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Bunnell sun- ,
contribute to the March of Dimes; j sixth grade class taught by Fiesta Club Basketball Finals Mrs Viola Gillis has returned report for the 28th as we
Fforuary is the month for con-'I Mrs. S. D. Williams presented the I The regular meeting of the Dunn the tournament that home after visiting friends andJtlatives Jacksonville visited ; r Miss O'Brian j were unable to attend. We have
tiibutions to the Heart Fund; i iMarch teachers and pupils of Kiddie '. Fiesta Club was held last Satur- .vas held in Williston last week- in Lake Apopka. Eustis ly's! mother Mrs Strickland'm; Patsy of Linda Brookins was week-j at1,' been wondering why an organ!.
is the month to give to the | Kollege Kindergarten in a program 'I:day night at old Wateroak School ,nd RJE girls played a wonderful and Micanopy for 'three weeks. Su nday. I guest. : nation will give a person an office -

American Red Cross; April is the ; Wednesday. The teacher, with President Ethel Young pre- fame and lost by 3 points. The Algerine Lloyd of Gainesville Arch Prevatt* Mr. There \\ill.be a G. A. Meeting j to"take care of-this person
month for the fight against Can-I Mis. Pauline Marshall served as I siding. Several 'sub Robert Cameron, Mrs. having no means of, transportation
i names were cal scores: Williston Vocational !.has the Sunday guest of the H. Mar. 8 at 7:30: p. m. All i,
ecru There ere other communities "M. C. and::! was introduced by Mrs. I mitted for membership. Mr and >52, RJE 29. The' RJE ,boys won %. Stokes family. Cameron and Rev. B. ., A. gills are urged to attend. and then not see that that
ciiaiities but these stand out and Williams. ,She pointed up in her i 1. rs. L. Z. Baker have joined. Then :"rom ''Williston with a score of Mr. and Mrs. Junior Stokes and of Jacksonville visited Baptist Church ; person can attend and take care

we are always called upon to help. I introduction that Mrs. Marshall !I w aspect of the club for the 18-59 During' another preliminary children and Mr; and Mrs. Rudolph Thomas "Brian i|'' Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morn- ; of the work given them. Answers,
We are asking all parents to respond was an honor graduate of RJE ': year will be Christmas Saving game they lost to BTW of 'Stokes and children of Ala- Mrs. Mary Thomas '; Worship. 11 a. m. Training: please.
during the first week in t!iind served for more than ten Each member will be permitted to hum ellon but were eligible' lo3lay c'vUst was the Thursday'. guests of made visited her 6:30 Evening Wor We have been wondering about
March so that we may make way i sears as secretary for the PTA 'save to the maximum ol his abil- for consolation and won Mrs. H. E. Stokes. aid Mrs. Lon Davis, !' 7:30: p. m. something else. Jim asked for 500pats
I Jimmie O'Brian has :, : p. m. Prayer Meeting a short time ago, and no one
rom _
High of Martin Florence Vanadore is now
7:30 Pastor
..< I his home in, : p. m. at the time. Recently
-- r. Evansville responded:
with a final score 'of 77 to 25. 'residing in Starke. We hope she ; B. W. Sweat Everyone Wel
spending three weeks I has been supplying some
Chester Crum was selected by the will be happy there. someone
brother and family, Mr. m i of the' cats it seems. At least
statistician for the All
SUWANNEE VALLEYDAIRIES Tournament Miss Murline Rodgers of Day-
: Team 1960. He was the high tona was the weekend guest of Thomas O"Brian. ...., ............ ...... }:some strange ones have been
Miss Minnie Austin I but we don'tneed
coming our ,
'joint man during the.semifinalgame her parents Mr and Mrs. Tim
at which time RJE-won the Itodgers., Sunday Mrs., Love of ed home after a visit [ CLAY HILL them-already have five. So
consolation trophy. Coaches Butler Gainesville and Mrs. Lilly Love sister, 'Mrs'*., Sallie : now he says. "Tell those folk
Homerville | the cats to me to kill
Ga. A ho bring
and Shell were pleased at the Of Trenton were the luncheon .
Linda Brookins and I h, I- J. L. HtnrfcUort to please bring a No. 6 shot gun
outcome of the season in spite of guests,of the Rodgers family. In .1 i "
I he odds that Included bad wea- the afterpoon' Henry Shaw of Brian attended the F. i TTyTTTY' shell for a 12 gauge shotgun. We
.her and "Tinnatorium" for :fog in Gainesville I T.TT..Ty wonder if he can make up his
a Lake City, Mr. and Mrs. W. 'H. j
:practice and games. Norris. Mrs. Lottie Shaw and son, ; Mrs. Mildred Griffis Charles Lang and family have !I;niind-cats: or no cats?
CHURCH NEWS Joe" Breeden and Mr. and Mrs. I her sister, Mrs.' G. W. back to Clay Hill into the

_ CASH AND CARRY 'Alt. Pisgah A. M. E. Church W., T. Blair all of Lacrosse cameo
lev. J. H: Grimmage pastor was call on the Rodgers.
scene of Brotherhood last Sun-, Mr;: -and Mrs. Paul Faulknerand
lay. It appeared that everyone. hiHradford children of' Starke were the The Bradford
County answered the Sunday luncheon guests of Mr.
'all made by Mrs. Elnora Cannon and, Mrs. Woodrow Thomas.Miss .
DAIRY STORE md her groups in a fund raising Elaine Crosby of Starke
drive to complete the New Mt.Pisgfh and Miss Kay Emerson of Bland

Church. It appears that were! the Sunday guests of Miss
if building plans can be completed .Linda Sue Thomas.
the church grill be open for service l i"1ofi's.. Bishop Thomas and chil- bounty Telegraph
soon. A special thanks 'for I dren were the Sunday guests of

NOW OPEN ON HIGHWAY 301, NORTH services rendered by all the I tier parents Mr. and Mrs. H. H.i
choirs ministers, and members. Lewis in Starke.
With your help we were able to Mr. and Mrs. Bill Genovar and ', :

NEXT TO HERB'S DRIVEINMILK raise $1,010.50. This was a fitting children of Gainesville were the \ 'Jf
vfi.y to close National BrotherhoodWeek Monday guests of her mother :Mrs. : : : :
.. and National Heart Sun Grover Thomas. : "i
day. We can truly say that you Mrs. Harry Merchant and "
-- EGGS ICE CREAM .::re our'brothers and that you hada daughter Betsy of Gainesvillewere
heart for the completion of New the ThurSday'guests of Mr.; invites you to see

Mt Pisgah AME Church-Mrs.. and Mrs. R. G. Thomas.
Elnora Cannon, reporter. Mr. and Mrs. W, E. Bigham Jr. AMBER GRAYALPINE
-- Allen Chapel A. M. E. Church and son Billy were in Lakeland i the all-new ,
Rev. L. ,A. Sampson, pastor, will Friday on"business.Saturday .
hold regular communion services 'guests of Mr. and Mrs i.
ou Sunday starting with Sunday N. J. Davis were Mr. and Mrs. F.
School at 10 a. m, Supt. 'Irene p. Lott and children of Hampton, Burroughs
; Moderate Prices-
Thomas in charge;; 11 a- m- wor-II- Mr; and Mrs. W.. H. Davis Mr.
,...' ;?nip service led by the pastor and Mrs: J, R-Davis and son and
l which will include Love Feast; at Mrs. Sally May of Waldo. Sunday! KEY
' .. 6 m. Holy Communion will be _were I A, Davis and son TEN. .
'. _.-.. _. ,_ .. _, _,, :i., : :,_ ..._ .. -f' .: : p. guests > > BLUE
,', _,. _, :administered" by Pastor ,Sajftpson.Don't of: .Qainesvffle: John, May Ji, of.' ***B** <--* -.t. ', ..
forget Junior Church..eachMonday Hampton, Jack Eddie and son of r.ELECTRIC
GRADE "A" GALLON at 5 p. m. Visit our sick Wattes Mr. and Mrs. Jake Sappof :
IHOMOGENIZED1VI and "shu -inS as a good member St rke. Mr. and Mrs. Frank
and missionary.. Mrs. E. J. ::Giv- Reynolds of Reddick and Donna M

CSPEAKING ens., reporter.- Hue Crawford of .Hampton. ", ..i ft .9 "
Ebeneier Baptist Church Rev.E. x C. D. Dowling was the weekend "
D. 'Robinson pastor will hold Guest'of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis AllUING .

ILK43 egular services on Sunday start- In Gainesville.J. "
rig with Sunday School at 10 a. Cv Davis of Waldo and Mr. .
m. Supt. Henry Bryant in charge. and Mrs. N. J. ,Davis were in ,'MACHINE
The morning worship will be conducted :Jacksonville Friday on business. I .

.. .. .. ... ,> .. .. .' by the pastor with the Miss Hariette Powell of Starke I II SEA MIST GREEK
"...... ... __. .. -' *music by Junior Angel Choir un- accompanied Misses Shirley and I '
-- -- 0'4' -- -- -- -" " --- -- '
Jer the direction of Mrs Ranell Linda Green, Mrs. Lucy Edwards Here's the latest for the modern office
.-. English with Miss Ruby Albert at and daughter Patsy, and little I ".
: compact all-elgchle
tie piano. The group is betas Cherie Hinton to DeFuniak ,

shly trained and dressed for Springs and on to New Orleans I Burroughs Ten Key with new: BalanceTouch. ,.
this new service 'to the church. where they: enjoyed the Mardi 4 -
Ail' members "are asked to come Gras and a visit with Cherie's L'1 striking colors- -
out and hear them' sing and sup-- rathef'Bill'Hinton, for a few days -
}lort' tHe plan and activities to this week. ,
7 NOW,BAXTEROUSTVJMV OF FOOD A HITHERE'S I Is help pay for the'new choir robes. Mr and Mrs. O. W.' Davis and SEE THEM TODAY!
DJD VOO These are all school children and daughter Batbara visited,Mr. and f
WITH BOBO? HIT MEi: Cityhshfi 'we. the 'adults must help them. Mrs. B. J. Waters and Mr. and

Federation will be held at 3 p. ra. Mrs. Milton Mott Sunday after

FRES4 : I Meat Market in Antioch ,Baptist Church. Rev. noon IIi Gains vine. ONLY $199 PLUS TAX '
and vice president H. P, ;, :
George(: Lee, pastor Mrs. S. ,M. Mott, Mrs. \* .
will be host. Rev Robinson Gainey and Mrs. G. W. Davis {(,"'. : '.: '
13 asking all members and those visited Mrs. Davis' parents Mr, -,., :,.d
wishing to'Joi 1 to please attend. and Mrs. R. J. Waters in Dundee -' ',-
The Federation was not held. on Monday. Mrs. Mott remained for The Telegraph, Takes Pride ,' \
the Third Sunday due to a funer Q ,.few'days visit. ,
,.al. Mrs.. Be_rtis Robinsirf is secretary .Irs: Ethel Parrish is home in announcingthat I' '
Rev. 1. D.. Robinson, president after several days In Alachua .:

.-Mrs. Ranell English, TC- General hospital in Gainesville. .
F porter., :Mrs. Doris Kelley was delighted < we'are* now franchisee dealers for the
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Bethlehem Freewill.Baptist wIth a surprise birthday dinner ;( *'
HOUSE Drip, '. Church'Rev. L. McKay' pastor, given In her honor at the homeof famous Burroughs line of Adding; ? Machines --
COFFEE 1 Lb. Bag R"3 fRYEDS .29C sill hold regular pastoral services ,Rev. and Mrs. Parker' on Sun- :
: cu Sunday sta.rtingwith' Sunday' Cay.. ,There were five' generationsof I manual or electric -- faff!/ keyboard or ten-key.
With $ aOO Food Order : b: School at the usual hour;, morning the McDavid family present.
.. : SLAB BACON 2S worship at 11 a. m. evening They were 'as follows: Mrs. Ida .*
service at 7 p. m. Please observe McDavid Mrs. J. H. Sow l1s, Mrs. It's the latest!r

MILK 3 Tall Cans _- -- the following weekly' activity Doris Kelley Mrs. Bobby Dyaf and
39C FRESH schedule: Mon. 7 p. 'm.. Faithful daughter little Dona. Others present % r

GROUND Lb Few ,Club; Tues. 7 p. m.. Choir were, Mrs: Vasco Hazen of ONLY $113 : ',
BEACON BEEF 39C rehearsal; Wed. 7 p. m.. Prayer st rte:Mr. and Mrs. H.. AColeaan f. r tj -

-' meeting: Fri. 7 p. m.. Prayer ; Mr. arid 'Mrs. tar; Van- ,-::: f' plus tax* ':'_
BLEACH 10FJAGLAR Lb- Band; Sat. 8 p. m., I Can Circle. Sickle and Mrs. Allie'Rae Mal h- .

piCNiCHAMS.. ,29C. All members and friends are cor- ucrs of Gainesville, Le 1ox.Jerome :k- .H : a. p .
LARGE GRAIN < dally invited to attend these ac and Dottle Sue Kelley J. H. SO ,'"
29 $ tivities.: Mary McBride, reporter. wens., Mr. and:Mrs. J. T. Sowells ,s '"
JICE 4Q'o?- rg} MOKEDSAUSAGE. .. New Bethel Baptist Church and children,,Mr. and'Mrs, Wilbur L .-",. ,,-:.-

.. Lb- 29C Rev. A. B. Vinson pastor .heldsetvices Andrews, 'Rev: and 'ilrs."L. L. : 4, ;"t'>f'j1. .
1 All '
Burroughs Adding :
3 Lbs all day Sunday starting Parker, and Bobby Dyai 1. ST. and '
UNIONS 10C with Sunday School at' 9:30, Supt. >' f, {

12-OZ. PKG. GERTNERPLLSjUISflfil Milton! EDerscn in charge;, mom-I :SODrWe are so happy,,. to,-:see the" new '. Machines, Unconditionally! : .,
ing worship 11 a. in.. I .
Lbs. <
3 e
CIIBA6If, 10e / '1 Choir No. I, Miss Lottie English I asking.... aU. members in charge At 2 p. m. the choir, the money pledged for the building : i
,,"' -- --- -:""" tester and members visited with ':fund. President Leona Royal THRIFTLINEWRMUGHS, Year! ,":: '; ;
PRICES GOOD FROM 'TH URSO.rHaoUGH MONDAY NIGHT Mt. PisgahA., M. E. Church I asks all members of the Auxiliaryto HANB-OPOUTO '" '.t"-- '- ,-'. ,
South Starkt: Evening worshipAas bring-in' pledged for the '-J .
money i
OPEN 7 DAYS A. WEEK 7 A.M. to 9 P.1\1. held at 7 J1I.11e pastor I building program 'of the Postishe i .ADDING., In .MACHINES... t.. M1 ;' :
: sat" _
IiI'.i >
wishes to thank all members and i is also very- thankful to all 1 _JCnsalI rGnJI' x r' j
especially-- -the choir. for. the \ ry!' member*of'this 'group and Other 1 COME J IN, AMD SEE U-TODAYI! '' .
; 4'
o Ptyy tine services! rendered alTfayMrs. *-?: 1 church groups, students'and, 'organizations ?-f..". !
''f ?
Pauline, Marshall,reporter.: for the flower, cards:I free < .
!_f, American legion, Meeting I and other expressions during her Service for first reMonths!,

WE STOCK A COMPLETE LINE GROCERIES The regular meeting of Post 314 I F cent; jUness. She will long re- .
and Auxiliary will'be held at RJE! icembcr: i all the kindnesses and TERMS TO RATED FIRMS ':

Sunday at '7 p. nr'AH members I its received. Dent, forget to:

are asked to attend and ,make a I Wnder:service to God and Country :
Fpi5 final: report',on- tickets for by 'attending 'this very Important /COU11 TELECRAPIF-

,-, din-Douglass: ,Banquet tm-j meeting. Mrs'" Pauline Marshall 1 ,

Commander Julius .reporter..' .

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CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST A In f IJ...,. .......'. Court IB \...t'j notice Each claim or demand must CARD OF THANKS our friends. Such kindnesses and
'I I LATTER For BradUrd (".HB|>, .'..orida.In j I le :n writing'and must Mate the .
t, re: Estate of Adam T. <;reen.XOT1CK place or residence and post-of floe neighborly thoughtfulness care\

.! Services each Sunday in old .* ; Il..t"al't"d. TO CREDITORS t I IAU address be sworn of to the by claimant the claimant and must his hbs The visited recent our bereavement home has broughtto which ntver be fOl"iotten.-The familyof

I ACHURCH Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sun I creditors of the estate of atreiu, or his attorney, or itvlll us a greater appreciation of Mary t. Whiting.Vin. .
NEWS i day school 11L m. Sacrament ( Adam T Green deceased are hereby become void according to law:
Service 6:30: p. m. Everyone we). I SERVICE MEN noi&ted and required to file anyemlt3 -February ISth 1S'0., ,
or demands which they may SI) Robert G. Gr>en
come. I bay against said estate in the office ROBERT G. GREEX I
I,r of the county judge.,of Brad. Administrator of the Estate of '
.. ford County. Florida. In the court- Adam T. Green, deceased.' f
BOATDRAIN BAPTIST CHURCH I bouse at Starke. Florida, within First! Publication
ou February
Sunday School. 10 a. m. Morn "", ,,....'-. ....'. eight calendar months from the Sith. !!Ieo. % A $$50 BondSubmit !- w
Presbyterian Church At The Tabernacle ing Worship. 11 'a. m. Training'' .." date of the first publication: of this a .2/25 4t 3/17

Union 6:30 m Evening Wor- ; #f
Sunday Church School. 9:45A. Members of the Gospel Taber-j
.. .m. Morning Worship, 11:45; a. I. rude congregation have attended isrtip! 7:30 p. m. : jour entry now in the YChamlier
I Don't Miss The Show.
I Prayer Meeting. Wednesday ,
., "Christ's Intolerable Compliment and enjoyed the services at Park- -
of Commerce Contest for
I ; mPastor
[ p. :
/ Meeting of the Diaconatc, of-the-Palms conducted by a N l 11
i Rev. st/ .
Barney Sweat.
'2:30: p m. Meeting of the Session. \Vneaton College Group from 11.mo1s. "Trade at Home Slogan."

3:30: p. m.. Youth Fellowship. 6 Everyone Welcome.I"ENTECOSTiL ; Every: Sat: 5:30 P.M., WJXT-TV Jacksonville Ch. 4 ,.;,..

p. m. Evening Worship 7:30: p. Dr. McGee left Thursday to HOLINESS t .tAll
in., "Great Voices of Faith: Mar- conduct a series of special services CHURCH rntnn'i!{the Famous Radio and TV Stars entries must be in by March\ 15. All persons 15
I l I Iand ,*
tin 'Luther." in Porstmouth. Va_ Sunday School. 1C<< a. m.; Morning : s r J a **r : -.
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Tuesday -Circle 1 meets with Regular. services will be con- !i I' Worship Jl a. m.; Evangelistic .. rtIt 3. i years or older may enter. .-:-

Mrs. w. T. Jackson. 2 p. m. Cir dueled throughout the week DY services. 7:30 p. m. '."" ; '. <.",N ..,, j .their Clinch Mountain Boys .
j .. r carer war rr r_ -I- IIIIiii r+ it rr
tJeji meets with Mrs. HenryUteVn. the sponsor. Wednesday Prayer Meeting \
State Farm. 8 p.m. ,!, MAIL TO CIIAMBF.ll OP COMMERCE STARKE':

Wednesday District Meeting MADISON STREET BAPTIST MISSIONARY BAPTIST l te. \. t .
tf Presbyterian Women in Gain- CHURCH I ..% {i .. Date Y. _________. _..
Sunday( School 9:45; ajn Morn- :::; *J>:i AMBULANCE SERVICEPHONE .
wa1e,10 Mid-Week 900 Block W Madison St. : r' ; "
f a. m. Prayer ng rrcrship 11 a-m. Evening -
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end Study Meeting. 7:30: p. m. Sunday School 9:45: Joe Wood Service 7:30 pjn. Prayer Meeting "' 'n'-m' "" : WO 42600DeWitt Suggested slogan ((10 "uonl or 1f'S'i), : ,.

'r ursday Basketball vs Met Superintendent. I each Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Every Airman Kelley ., Sr

t:od1sts. Morning Worship 11:00. one w IC< ,-Key. H. H. Mott C. Jones Funeral Home ---------------------,---------_., -,----.--------------

Friday -. Choir practice. 8 p. Training Union 6:15: Jim Harden pa-tor. DeWitt."Jones Registered Funeral! Director : '. : J
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Saturday' Youth Fellowship Evening Worship 7:30.: St. Edward's Catholic Chnrcb ,. Starke, Fla. Nairn*. ?__; ________________'__.Add.....______.:_._--_ I II
Warty at Manse, 7 p. m. Wednesday, Prayer Meeting, Starke, Florida' Rental Service: Hospital Beds, Wheel Chairs, ,Crutches!' I I
7:30.: I Id
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MelhodUt Church J. H. Mabry. Jr., Pastor. I Sunday Mass at 10 a. m. ,.
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Holyday Masses U 8:30: a. m. & '--

Schedule for week of March C: HIWAY CHAPEL 5:30: p. m."Weekday.

Sunday Church School 9:45: ASSEMBLY OF GODI Mass at 800; a. m. I

a. m. Morning! Worship 11 a. m.pneA"J.ttte P. Bursess. Pastor Confessions: Saturday 7 to 8i. r

: snack supper for 'Sunday School. 9:45: a. in. m. THE CHURCH FOR ALL -- ALL FOR THE CHURCH .

youth, 6'p. m. Youth meetings Baptisms, marriages and In- .
Morning Worship 11 a. m. Even- -, -''' .'. ..
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P:10=: p. m. Evening Worship 7:30: by appointment :' -. --- -- .- -- ..' .-. ; i..
gu !tic Service. 7:30: p. m. Wednesday :
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m.Monday. Circle 2 will meet weekly prayer service. 7:45: BETHEL MISSIONARY '''-" c "' Nr.'E"W- HORIZONS

In Fellowship flail with Mrs.. F. FAITH BAPTIST CHTJKCIJLawtey BAPTIST CHURCH r

,C. Hollingsworth and Mrs., W. B. Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning G f

Parks as hostesses. A. E. Massey, Pastor Worship. 11 a. to. Training
Tuesday Meetings as follows: i
Bible school. 10 a. ra. Union. 6:30: p. m. Evening Ser- .
Guild 1 in Fellowship Hall, with I }
Preaching 11 a. m. vice. 8 p. m. Prayer Meeting each
Mrs. Gertrude Hoffmeistef anafri. Airman
Evening Service, 1:30 p m. Wednesday, 8 p, m. Everyone Dodd P' Aa
Ruth Johnson hostesses.
,'-:30 p. m. Guild 2 in Fellowship Bible Study' and Prayer Meet. come-Rev.: R. L. Lee, pastor.t. wel-I I Winston D., Kelley son of Mrs. i a rr 1 1y
I .ng, 7:30: p m., Wednesday.Radio .
jlall' with Miss Mary Carol Bes- Doris Kelley of Biooker, and Arthur -
sent and Mrs. Del Colley as hostesses I each prr.vam. 8 to 8:30.t8tlonWRGR. a :) Mark' fcntcor: mI! j R. Dodd, son of Mr. and 'Mrs. uYa
m. Sunday over .
7:30: pjn. Circle 4. at the Star Key Raymond tf. HacBlala Robert Dodd of Keystone Heights
home of Mrs. W. B: Thompson e. I have completed their initial courses .
Sunday Services-9:45: Lm. of Air Force basic military .,fit t'
;Jr., 9 p. m.Wednesday IIIGHLANO
Church School 11:00: a.m.. Morn
; training at Lackland AFB Texas.
Prayer Meeting I
and Sermon. i .
ing Prayer Both Airmen are graduates of
in Men's Bible; Classroom. 7:30: 'p.
I IIn. Sunday School 45 a. m Holy Communion-Fim BUD Bradford County High School : ti.k

Thursday Prayer in Morning Worship :1 a. m. and day 11:00: a.m.: Third Sunday and have been selected to attend a
7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting each '."30 a.m. the technical for
Indies Bible Classroom 9:30: a. m-
Wednesday, 7:30: p. m. -* Rev. Wedneday-1:00: p.m.. Choir >
Chancel Choir rehearsal 7:30: p. ladlo and radar maintenance at :. :. ..
George Chism pastor. Everybody Practice; 7:45: : p.m., Litany and Kctsler AFB Mississippi
la, 3.
welcome. Bible. Study. '.r

fVptGREF.N Wayne E. Massey son of Rev
BAHTTST CHURCH HAMPTON pad! Mrs. E. Massey of Lawtey,
Sunday School 10 a. m. Preaching Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn CHURCH is an Army Specialist-4 serving

11 a. m. Training Union 6:30p. : ing Worship, 11 a. m. Sunday suh the 30th Transportation Co. ,

.m. Preaching 7:39 p. m. Prayer Evening Service. 7:45 p. In. YPB! Sunday Bible School 10 a. in Hanau Germany. A 1957 grad ".
1l.Unl' We4nf.8a"( 1:30: p.jtlae Service Wednesday 7:45: p. m m.; Morning Worship, 11 a. m.: uate of BHS. Massey entered the I
Evening service, 7 p. n.,,and Pray- <
Friday 7:45: m -
Wednesday Bible study, 7-30 Prayer Meeting: p. Army in September 1957 and was .
at 7:30p. :
meetng every Tuesday
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stationed at Fort Stewart, Ga. before -
CHURCH OF CHRIST .m.-"John W Ito, .pastor. going overseas in February I

1* r"e..t, J. UrM Court In '.d Charles, Thorpe. Minister l59.' .....
Par Bradford COllaf7. Florida.In FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH: I ; 3
r1: Estate of Fred H.RS. d@. Bible Study. 10 a. m. Preaching Cor..Call & Chrtstlin: Streeti ': .
reawd..VOTIVE an1 Communion. 11 a- m. Evening Leon B. Triest son of Mr. and I

creditor TO of CH the EDITORSAll estate t of Service 8:30: T?. m. Midweek: Bible Bob L. Badiett, Ifflnister Mrs. Sidney E. Ti lest! Rt,1. Star- SHE CHURCH'FOR ALL '' tALL s

Feat Item, defeawd, tore ,hereby Study each Wednesday, 7:30 p. m.. Sunday School. 9:45: a. m. Wor- ke, was recently commissioned a FOR THE CHURCH t a ,' > a l'
Jittf.iJ and required to file any .and Communion )10:45: a. m. second lieutenant in the Army ,
ilalms or demands which they may AIR PARK BAPTIST CHURCH ship Tie Church u the |icie! "t fitter,eo # la d r ,
bare agalnut said .estate In the office Chi Rho. 5 p. m. Choir Practice upon graduation from the Infantry earth fat die building; ; of ch i.cltr and 'ef r
Sunday School 9:45: : a. m.; Morn-
of the county Judge of Bradford 6 p .m: CYF 7 p. m. Officer Candidate School good ciliittthip.! Il it k storehouse of
County, Florida, In 'Ihe courthouse
of Starfcc, Florida .within ing Worship 11 a. m. Training Wednesday. 7:30: p. m. New. Ft. Benning. Ga. He is a 1948 ipinlul vilueu Without i>lron| urth.,
.:tbt calendar month from the Union '6:45 p. m,, Evening Wor- Training for Service. graduate of Bradford High School neither/ democracy nor cmlmtipa cttucvive. II When does a baby start to think?
.4 date of the first publication of this I Tkrc arc four ,
sokad gasoaa
iMtlt. Haoh ejalm or demand, must ship. 8:00: p.-'m.'MldweekPrayer Nobody knows, exactly. But thoughts do comeassociation. 'G'' '
Aould I mend ,
be In writing and must state the Service ,Wednesday 7:30'p.: m. GRACE METHODIST CHURCH Sgt. 1-c Vesta S. Hicks son of *kjr everpcrioi nd the Ckarck.Kiticn Baby eagerly responds to the sight' ofa. iJ i .
(((July tupped They
place or rteldenee and post-office Mrs. Zoveta Hicks of Starke, is
welcome. FLORIDA
Jdrna of the claimant and must Everyone LAWTEY ere: (I) For hit ors ..1,. (2)) For bit bottle because experience has proven that the tottiiJlf"i. .
with the 8th Transportation
h* sworn to by the claimant, hisKent. NE\V RIVERBAPTIST Sunday Sunday School 9:45a. : serving 'dlildrc'" .h. (3) For V sake of ki:. offers both satisfaction and comfort. :.
or hU attorney or It will Battalion in Munich. Ger .
; and ulna. For die ultIke
become void according! to UW. CHUBCH m-. Morning Worship, 11 a. m., Hicks entered the fommuory ((4)) Because baby does I learn by association, it important
Sgt. which\ .
: many. ,1 Church i itself, reds kitnd .
February 18th _
WO.rharlei School. 10 a. m. Worship Evening Service. 730; p. m. that take to enlarge their children '
:M. Bchmrtt Sunday Army in 1948 and arrived over- .e/lill makral l wppcrU PU le |.. parents care i& ,
Charles M. Schmltt. Administrator Hour. 11 a. m. Evening servo Wednesday Youth Fellow- seas in June 1959. His wife Mary la ckutfk KguUiljr >od read your Bible horizons' as they grow. A very small child will respond.' ,4 ;,
of it the d. E ut* of .Fred, laces! derm ..x>. 1 p. m. Prayer Meeting eaa tIo'll1p and Choir Practice 7:30: p. is with him in Germany.Pvt. d.ily to a simple prayer. And a child of three will find great '

8,85+ 4( 3117 Wednesday, 7:30: p.m. m. Day Book Chapter'eneI enjoyment in attending Church School geared for' ;_.1 .

Hal F. Mott. son of Mr. SURdaf, I Kings 12 J6-J3 youngsters of that age. F.-.i*-, .

'and Mrs. Howard Mot\ of Brooker. Tuesday Moodur. RevetaioaRnrbuoa 12 II 111.cJntadaJ 1.le Religious instruction and guidance. is not for tfl .

was recently assigned to the I \\ iKill&a U 17IT Ifl: mature only-it is needed regularly by everyone. Th"tlllti..,.. .. o,

10 1st Airborne Division at Ft. Thursday 1 King 17 spiritual life of your child needs constant cultivation,7'f "

Campbell Ky. A member of theivision's Friday I Kings ii: It 4S just as the mind needs day by day development and'the .
YLYh 521st Quartermaster J II a4 ,''','r \
lurda1 physical> body needs exercise and training. '
Parachute Supply and .Main : .1. abMV. .

Co. Pvt. Mott entered .
I 1 tenance ; Cepyufht IISI.KtiHtiAit*. Stnict.Sr,......"4. v,.
the Army last April and completed -

basic training at Ft. JackC. i r ?

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Pvt. James F. HollingswWthH :?:;tWo :' 4"',' .;':"; :.,; :..:t ':;:;'.',;" ,{,,;: ,:;"'>.;:. ,,4..;..;. .:.1;': ..y. 7 ;' :.:
son of Mr. and Mrs. J. F.Hol-, : '. !
lingsvorth of Starke has completed .

First Baptist Church, the 15-week fixed-station' These Vital Messages Sponsored As A Public Service

Vauio equipment operation gnd 'r"L

maintenance course on Jan.'14. atthe .

Army Signal School Ft --' -. _. _--- .' -

MARCH 13-26 Monmouth N. J.Hollingsworth '. .

Ja July 1959 and received basic GASOLINE '
i combat training at Ft. Jackson
I '
S. C. He is a 1959 graduate of i FOR : .. ,

,. ., I Bradford High School and was 1 I MINEUAL.-:J:4

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; .. '., before entering the service. ,. OILS SPIRITS
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'! Convention will meet Sunday with __..1 r ,
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i s 7' their Homecoming. Singing will FOR KEROSENE OR FUEL OIL 'f', !':
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begin a. m.
:,j' through the day with dinner on Madison and Cherry St. PHONE WO 9-2011 Starke, Fla. I II

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gospel singing is invited to at- I

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; I expected from other sections. '
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