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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 24, 1960
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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J S New impetus -will be added: to gathenngs to raise money for | Members of the Staike-Brad- the budget to pay for the other

: county political races when the (! various community projects. As ford! County Chamber of Commerce three miles of right-of-way, exclusive -
:: |, Road Committee
;: expressed of St. .
tiaditional rallies get underway usual county candidates will be V I Marys six miles.
nlth the opening date V set'for allowed to speak first, with State' themselves as'encouraged over They hoped however, that much

!riday Apr. l, at Reddish's candidates or their representatives __ ]I prospects for four-laning U. S. 301; of it would be donated.

I Ir Store Heilbronn Springs. scheduled for the end ..ol 4 between. Baldwin and Maxville Clay Commissioners reported
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ur Good) food and' oratory will the program.- Unopposed cand!: I after a three-hour'conference with' that the necessary\ right-of-way on

ii'ngle as PTA's and other iates will be limited to a' brief officials in Jacksonville Tuesday. 301 from Highland to MaxvUle

I y.oupstake advantage of the "thank you" in' order to conserve { A representative of St. Mary's would be available by the time it

I. V : Kraft Corporation, who was needed for
tine for contested races, attended four-laning the

-: 1 ______ i The rallydates were set at a the meeting, was: cescribed' as highway through the edge of day;
Commission
&J I special meeting of the County 'sympathetiC" with the project, County.

__ _1 Democratic "Executive Committee a'though no commitment was''

; held in the courthouse last With engine telescoped Into front scat the 1959 Chevrolet made of as to donating the six miles School Board
Agrees To Drain Friday afternoon. All rallies will right-of-way through St. Mary's
in. union .W. C. Deitz met his death last Friday night Is picturedas { ['ropert)'. .
be -
held
at 7:30: p. m., as' follows: : -
t k I April 1 Reddish's Store,V a total wreck on local car lot. From another angle. Baldwin :

I Bessent Road Heilbronn Springs. '! City Council President Herbert A. Issue OK'dBy

I 5 Cbleman told The Telegraph last I
.. April Moody's Store, New
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I An early attempt t'o-solve drainage V Rr.er. SS V was "in hot water"
Xornun and his son, Billy, inspect water damage problems along Bessent, Road- April 8 'Community Center; Man Killed I over his statement to the Duval State Board '

to their fetravt berry field from 5.72 inches of rain that fell In the was promised by the County Commission 'Tneressa.. S County Commission Monday, that

,tcounty during a 72-hour period last week. Norman, \\Iio has at its' Ioriday night meet-I April 12 -rivers Store Gra St. Marys had offered to give the The Cabinet Board of Education

farmed all hU life, said thi K the first crop of berries he has ing in response ,to. pleas 'oy; resi-,ham. S right-of-way on the stretch. Coleman this week approved -

ever .!lost to a flood. Rains in this area, though heavy, uere dents of the area.V April 19 Market.. Platform, said his statement was madein $125.000 bond issue a against proposed -
In Car faith
Wreck good but that
Lawtey. he badisinterpreted
not nearly so, had as in Central Florida where up to 23 indies Dr. T. G. Ritch. Dr. p., G. Felos.t I state funds for the Bradford
April 22 Hampton School, some information
and Willard ;;
Countv
was recorded in the three-day period. Berry shipments from Wynn were three of Hampton. \ icceived and was In error when School Board.Included .

Plant City ceased this week due to flooded fields 1 there. the property owners most con-i 1 April 26 Farmers Market, he said the company bad ; in the projects to be
ceined, and asked that the county' Wilford Cline Deitz, 32-year- i already paid for by funds nom the isaue
Brooker. I I i any attempt to turn with the made the offer.

I II I open they up said About 50 yards of a ditch'i i April 29 High School Stadium -, ;old Starke: resident and civil seri i i i curve Reddish said. I At the Duval .Commission meet- will)) be $75.000 to $80,000 for a
: was forming a bottleneck gymnasium at RJE colored high
I 'S The car hit the tree squarely ing Monday, Commission
I I to drainage of water Starke. ice employe at the Green Cove ,j Chairman school in
from i Reno. two classrooms
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telescoping the C.
engine, frame Ray Greene said '
he felt
their SpringS naval station was killed at RJE
property. << and five classrooms anda
and
; ail. into the front the
seat. Deputy commission would
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Dr. Ritch said that "all of1 irjstantly last Friday night when =o along library at Southside Element
April 2 Deadline Jimmy Hamilton, first to with acquiring the V
Griffis Loop" is drlfningthrough( I II IDS car left State Road 235 jill! Tive'at the scene said that Deitz right-of-way provided Second necessary Dis-' ary.School

,I his property and! Jhe present ditch western Bradford County anilammed vs lying on the ground and i I I trict Road Board Member Earl :Supt. H. p. Morgan
was not adequate to ,take thel into a tree with .said these projects were the final
For pecan paitially underneath the car I Powers would make a commitment
'I water off without banking up on, Registration fl1ltic: impact. when. he arrived at the scene, I "in black and white" that the, ones on Bradford's priority list.

his land, as well as: that. of Feloa, The accident occurred about I Deitz was born March 20. 1927 board would four-lane the lHe said that due to the present

and Wynn. With the April 2 deadline for 3:25: p. mJ:: near me Whitehead I in Sylvia, N. C. and had lived in high- money market i H is indefinite

Commissioner' ,1'':., L. Crawford\! fajm. 1.2 miles from the junctionof I'tarke 12 years He is survived way.Powers has when the bonds will actually be
I registration just around the corner repeatedly shown interest -
I promised tha\ he would sold.] State laws forbids
I get therounty's : Supervisor Marlan L. Crocby'I SR 100 and 235. The road i'oy, hiwiler! Elizabeth; two in the project and told The paying

equipment V on Ihe job, as I cnnounces that her office will, remain curves .at ,this, point and. Brad-. j daughters, Diana and Denise; Telegraph two weeks! ago'that he ;more than four per cent interest
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L __ ocn as the ground dries out suf. all day Wednesday, foid Deputy Dolph Reddish said one son, Danny, and a step- would 'look with favor" including on school construction bonds:
open on
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state hasn't
V work possible that Deitz continued in a 1 daughter. Patricia Cunningham.
S March 30, until 5 p.m., and Tuesday -S the work in the board's '
___ If a dragline is required, for straight line, estimattd -1 all :jten able to get bids at this low V
and Thursday nights next } a( a speed of Sylvia He was,a veteran of 1960-61'budget if the Duval Commission
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t the Job. .the'county"woujtj try to 7:30'to between 80 and ,100, mph and |'oild War II.i I secured or I f2ure! for-some time.
-1r9; I "make week from 8:30: p.m. The gave assuranceof
Also
a trade" in
with the city to, headed directly into a pecan tree i The bodY' was sent to Sylvia V approved Tallahassee
I the
w office will'also remain open on the I: securing right-of-way. H*
; obtain: this' beavy equipment for that stood in I. -\&as a $125,000 lSotue"for Clay
the open. There was, for burial. with DeWitt C. Jones
J4'i ) 2 'untiligjp.rn. said he would
final
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day Saturday Apr. much prefer
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Vlit : : V &t VIi the work, Crawford? sald. ;Thej! I evidence by 'tire marks or iF.uner9I.Hme County which would include 1l
U 4S.Sbt.S*; tpo .. f{ in charge of local fcur/lane
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the jroad. '
w rofher :tw*,.CdjttWissfanenr'presentai i ; ',' v ; .VV than science(jfoom i ancflwo additional
thrw1ethat, the' driver :made, arrgng e : __ just
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i\ M. O. Harrell'and JesS e Chasteen.t 1 1j [I I ;Registration: r. picked up"I / : rt" .1.' V'" ,, ',> resurface the present laneS ::S classroom?V at the -Keystone
-'-'- sl'if ritly Greene'said., however ;
,in the last few days, but that there
were in Heights School.
Scenes like thi* on the James Hornsby farm :u"t of Starke j i i Mrs. agreement.. !'!'; v still slow, :Mrs. Crosby aaid. She Sponsored CC V.: V are severaj. other primary roads in S
Felos.requested cleaning of'j By
were common throughout the county after thC deluge last: Bessent urges everyone to check tbe> list!* ; Puval County on'the Improvement;:
j Road BliOiilde.rs; which she!I I of persons whoa have'not voted in priority list ahead of U.S. 301. RotqryEIects
Thursday night. Although Sunday was officially the f'rst day : i V
said had
I of spring,: frf's'kb.h't"ath..r ('ontinu..dith hl'afro!>t and a underbrush g to wn'.up.wlth such trees and I I Itile last two elections. This list ap Fishing Contest Starts April 1st 1 The Tuesday 301 conference in'(
an extent that I I ;
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'peared 'in lastweek's; Telegraph Jacksonville was attended by Sen. J Bishop! Jr.;:
low reading of 26 recorded here Tuesday, :March; 22 one of the flow of water through ditches)' ; ,
and is also posted, in the court-: V I IiI Charley E. Johns, Jerome Johns.
the latest freeze remembered by .oldtimers. Strawberry was slowed .
production materially. There had
I house. Those whose I Commissioner E. L. Crawford. : As President
wasset back here at least another ten days.Family's ; been some'question as to the responsibility :, on the list must apply names for rein-are L. B. (Red) Alvarez, chairman I I station (location to be announced I!' CC executive Robert :Mclntire and j
V ; for maintenance of has announced completed plans later.). 1 J'
statement before '2 from Starke Duval Commissioners V S '
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,April they
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Bessent Road, but for the' fishing contest to be con Contestant must pay an en- H. A. Bishop Jr. was elected
Commissioners will not be eligible to vote in the S Joe Burnett and Joe Hammond -
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fl : 3 sS eported investigation indicated ducted from April 1 to Sept. 1 by trance fee of $1 and obtain a president of the Staike Rotary
May and Duval
primaries. County '
State Road Department did notown tli5 Starke-Bradford Chamber of contest card before fish is caught. engineer j Club for the new 'year starting
John) Crosby!' ; Mr. Matheson of St.
the right or 'way. since thei I Ccmmeice. All entrance fee leceipts up to July 1 at the regular: luncheon
toad was paved with maintenance I A total of |300 in prizes will be; $300 will be ,distributed as prizes.('Marys Kraft Corp.; James Brewi i nreeting of the Club on Wednes

mds; and was not ::under State awarded for 'the largest catches in I Any overage will be donated toward -!i i State Road and Department two districtengineer (day. '

nirisdiction. It appeared that the\ four categories-black' : bass speck-;V the formation of a Brad- Commissioners.; Clay County New directors elected at this

'ity was responsible for that, porI'Jon I lied' perch, bream and shell crackers ford County sportsman's club. I i.time besides Bishop. were' R., E.
Matheson said he ,
would take
.. of the road within the city! ; I I Prizes will be awarded on the the EdmondsOn, G. T. Huggins, S.'TL.
.. S matter
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and
up
.- 'imits and the county V' for.i. that,' jiV Lk The following rules were adopted -', basis of weight only. decide company Peek Jr., Clyde Terwillegar, and
what it
would do toward
art of it outside city limits, the I : |IS i Any contestant catching lJ. black 1 making the right-of-way available. Barry Van Deventer.
"Commissioners said.! ;' Fish must be caught on hook! 1 T. A., Yawn current preSidf'nt'of
bass weighing 10 pounds or over,1 Hammond and ,
said
Crosby they
V L LS LVl Mrs. Felos replied that and line (i includes plugs and the club, gave an interesting account -
now she lures). S i or a bream weighing three poundsor I would try to get the other Duval "
of the Conference
V {new who was j Rotary pistrict .
., : bIzr_ nmld "keep after t responsible em"'untU, the she l k: Catch must, be weighed inat;, over will ,be given a free mem- I I Commissioners to put enough in: held at the Robert Myer

learing job was done.. | officially designated weighing bership for next year's contest. I I Co. B Enlists : Hotel in Jacksonville' Sunday'
A through Tuesday.
delegation of Brooker area! I ,
esidents, headed by Howard, I Nine BHS Seniors

recent Oouglas,item,expressed in The concern' T iegraph',7hi.h over a : BHS Track Team Has Good Prospect; I' Xine Bradford County High'Rains Slow Down

;: indicated Commissioners j : I School seniors have recently join- Forest Fires
: I 1 ed National Guard Co. B, i .
'night be
considering leaving out Here CampS
'ertain secondary ..projects from, iWins'Tri.CountyMeet Tuesday I Blanding. They ,are: Daniel With 5.72 inches of rain falling

n proposed bond issue which would; Glenn Moore, Lane Gaskins Jerome -V in the county last week, only two
'; Griffis, Doyce Griffis, Lamar -' woods fires were reported, with
w -. : .Ir.V.. nclude .funds, for paying,off U. 5- I A good, crowd attended the first clenny
John Wisenant. Rich. total of three acre burned. The
.. Tyler a
: 01 North
rlghr-of.way-debts and track meet to be held at home this i Bradford was first in the sprint,
ard Young, and Travis Woods. wet weather should help to slowdown
obtaining 301 South right-of-way. {Collector Kelly season :when BHS scored 103:aiedly relay [Seymour, Helsabeck, These men will undergo V Bradford's fire record which
"If we've got to -bond, why not 'I' points. Lake Butler 22,, Mac- Cottle, McLeod), with Lake But young
six: months active duty trainingat pot off to"a bad start in the tint
70 ahead and,bond-for enough to'Asks : clenny 30, and Hawthorn 12 here* ler, second.
include .Reelectioni Fort Jackson S. C. After that three months of 1960, wIth 47
the Dedan Road and three I i i: Tuesday afternoon. j Dupree of Macclenny took the '
will to Aberdeen fires and 050.5 acres burned, as
pet dog looks! disconsolately: at, washed-out bridgeon bridges across the Santa Fe I IRi'e.r J. R. Kelly now completing I i :Mike Darby of BHS ran the best!J 220 with a time of 24:9, follow they go Proving
:Md. for MOS training, with 18 fIres and only
Ground compared
Sit 230 ea3t of Starke, one of many like it throughout the ? Howard asked. S 1)hid third term as Bradford 'race of the day, coming from fart I ed by Seay,of,Lake Butler. Jimmy ':

I county.: Bradford County schools remained closed last Friday County Attorney T. Frank Lan. | 'County Tax Collector, has an- behind to pass Lester of Haw-I| Malone, and Buster Hughes of j I preparing them for their Job assignments 100.5 acres last burned .during the
B. period
in Co. same yea,
be(auM busses could not tnnel many roads to pick up children. drum replied that no definite proposal'1ls'made -!ncunced as a candidate for re- | thorne two yards from the finish I BBS.V V I
to the State Road 'dection' in the May primaries. ihne. Bradford was first in the mlle i

Department along that, line, and) Mr. Kelly is a native and lifelong | Sam Gardner broke the school! relay (Freeman Register Stephens -i .

Final Rites Held that "we are only probing the! l resident of Bradford County -! record in the discus event with alI Darby, McRae), with Haw,

; For Mrs. LivingstonIn situation." He said the board and holds membership: in the I throw (136.9.breaking the record I II thorne second. "

BASKETBALL was trying' to save high interest I Baptist Church Starke Rotary I of 133 set by Freddy Stephens in Charles McLeod and Billy Helsa-J

SENIORs Tampa' Churchi rates on re-financing, if possible,,I|I Club, 'and Elks I Club. 1957.. V S I teck, both of Bradford tied for!

i but it was up to the State Road I In making his announcement I Bradford took all three places!, the high jump at 5:8. with Seymour -:

i Jessie Elizabeth Livingston,I Department say what: could be!![Kelly stated his intention to in the! high- hurdles with Harold;' of Bus and Douberly rOf'Macclenny '

vs. I lof I 2611 Prospect Road,. :Tampa,,1, done. So far the SRD has not sub-:keep free of races for other coun- Seymour first, J79; followed b)'. tied'for second place.

FACULTYTwo S | died Sunday night at her home! mitted a' new proposal t., Landrum, ty offices so that be can if re- Tom Smith and Billy Dowling. i William Silcox of Bradford was t :

after a long illness. J said. V |elected, "work pleasantly' in co The mile was another all-Brad-j I first in the pole vault with 11:3.: _
A native of Waldo, she was thewidow I iV V
Games;, "_ C., CornmIss1oncrardfl, who presided -*operation with the other officials ford event with- DeWayne McRae1,followed by Irwin Martin of BHS ) u1 ;; : V
of the. late George V :
I in the absence of Chairman whom the people elect. first. 5:15: ; followed 'by Lawrence and Thomas of Macdenny.Seay I
(Boys & Girls), V Livingston and moved to' Tampa I(j Harold K. Norman said. "I'm: Kunbler; ,Medford Shealy and! of Lake Butler took the'

March from Starke in 1919. She- was a : for'going ahead with the bond Issue Florida Sunwear Budd Noegel. i broad jump with 19:10: followedby
Friday, 2C member of the First Presbyterian I Ij
V and including the secondary!I Moves Plant Macclenny arid Lake Butler McLeod and Cottle of BUS and 1,

7:30 P\'I.! j" Church, Tampa I prqjects, even if. we have to pay j placed first and second in the 8801 I Douberly of' Macclenny, j
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I Mrs. Livingston.was.a To New Location .
Adults 75c-Children 25e visitor to Starke and frequentL many:l a higher rate' of 'bteresthe ." : I relay. i I Sam Gardner was first in the 1 .
I Johnny Stephens of BHS took, shot put'with :45:9.: followed by
Proceeds for Senior Trip friends here who will regret to1 Commission took under adivisement i i Florida Sunwear Plant No. .2
I the 440 with a_.time of 57:8; ; foljlowed !| Godwin of Lake' Butler, Arthur:
her death. Is its new home, the I
of Tax in
learn a reQuest whereby operating
-- I by Barry of Hawthorne,. Bill]; Holliday of BItS and 'Bass of;,
I She is survived by two daughters Collector J. .R. Kelly (under a building at Call and Court streets. '
I : King, BHSL _and Webb of }[ac-I'Hawthorne.V
This Space Contributed Mrs. E. O. Mansker Tampa,I I 1959 Legislative- tctl may, collect'' formerly occupied by the Chevrolet denny. Garner also took the discus i

Weekly to Publicize and Mrs.p1'. Frank Carter Clearwater -I! one-twelfth of hia fees monthly,: agency. Moody of Lake Butler was first, throw withfollowed: by':
and five Several additional sewing ma-
grandsons- >
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op the low- hurdles 'at 23:6, followed Davis of 1Iaccl riny Larry Elder i
Crmmunity Events by 1 based on lastyeart: tax collection chines have beer added as well ,as
great-grandchildren.
j jI by Bradford's Tom Smith, of BHS, and Godwin of Lake But- Church League Trophy AwardedRecreation
Funeral services were held at; figures. other equipment including press- V '
and Harold Sey
I Billy Dowling ler.
THE COMMUNITY 10 ajn.Tuesday the J, Lv Reed I II | Several inemberi'the Commission : ers'and new cutting tables. Additional ,
inour.V University Relays
I I. .Son Chapel, with Rev.: John B. and AtArney' Lan -nnn expansion is' planned' later Mike Darby of BHS took the I Bradford placed 6th in the UnT- Board Chairman Jim Bloodworth (right) presents .

V STATE BANK 1 Dioksbn, pastor of the First Presbyterian -I stated their Intention! ; ,to .attend in the pew location which has 80 with 2:138, followed by Lester -, versity City: Relays held in Gain. trophy to Edward Abridge of the ttiiraiag Madison Street

OF STARKE Burial Church was of Myrtle Tampa officiating. Hill- the State Commiaslonefi jConven-,i about of the five build/ng/times originally the floor used space by V of ,Hawthorne. Lee Cogdill ofi j jesvflle'last Friday against a'field Baptist team in the Church League tournament that closed';

-- -N ;,I Memorial'Park. tion.ia(Miami starting Sunday. ;: Saawear here. ]Diadford. and McCormick of Mac- 1 Continued on Page 6] last week.longo. -

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Mundy and Ann Mrs. B, F. Allen has returned : Palatka4
wI wr I University, Atlanta, Ga. was Elder of FSU were home ,for the j home from Bradford County Hos- BHS Nine. ;((12, with his of'three-hit'performa struck out e.t. .!I, -= \-:::<.:.. ::: .;: -, '----=
home for -
Wednesday-
: Sunday weekend. ; pital after '-
the. Spring holidays. Ronnie"; Thomas of/ Jerome surgery. Loses r0-3; w, -- t. Bill Jackson started for Starke
I ; ; Brpoker Edwards and Jackie 'I'IT and left the me"ln"the 4th inning
Mr. and Mrs. Barney McRae spent; Sunday with Paul 'Faulk- Hobbs g -
'the 'dean's
were on list of Florida
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I (spent the past week in Pensacola ner, ILMts. Students m-kl1g..the! highest 01 Pa/atka"1[ trailing 5-0. Six walks and

clth Mr. and Mrs: L. A. Brown. j. c. Fog and Mrs Lee grades during the, fall semester at I tnree lead.errors gave Palatka this
early Tommy Clark relieved
Mrs. McRae remained there with Fitch in last
Jacksonville
!erg FSU.
1 ; her brother,,Fred Bailey who is Thursday visiting Mrs. Flo Lyons.i --Bradford-County High,of StarveBuffered I'I Jackson and gave up three runs,!I

.(t.._ ........_ _V..,... _''' _'_._'_ '" I confined in the hospital. i Dale has been confined in its initial baseball defeat aided by six walks and three eri -''
--- ----------- Recent Births I last Friday afternoon at Palatka rors. Marty Crosby took in\
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Johnson,and Bradford County Hospital, the )i over Theatre
Mrs M. W. Cressler I I 1 by:: a score of 10-3. the sixth two
returned Mrs. Alice Anderson and mother family of Vidalia/ Oa. spent the t'Jst'week after minor surgery. I 1 I giving up hits and
Saturday from two weeks visit Mrs. Dora Burton were r.eekend with Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Mr. and Mrs Bill Morar of Bradford County Hospital an- Gary Turnbull of Palatka; I: one run. Ii i
with her and nounces the following births: limited Starke to ,three ,hits. Lane Starke will
son daughter-in- Uniting relatives in Gainesvilleand Biownlee. Panama City spent the* weekend I i. play Forrest High 1

-Law. Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Alachua 'on Sunday: Mrs. Maxie Carter Jr. and with her parents Mr. and Mis. Mr and Mrs. John Padgett, Clark who was.two ,for. ,three. for!',I in Jacksonville at 4 p.m. Friday. SAT. MAR. 26

Cressler and new baby son at Mr. and Mrs. Tyler Jones gavea i children are spending the week H. 'A. Lawson. Lawtey a daughter, Mary: Jane. the afternoon, picked up two I I First home game IIi the season 1st. Features

:Fcrt Oglethorpe. Ga. buffet supper Friday eveningfor with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.J. Miss Linda Kay Sale studentat Mar. 19. singles to lead Bradford. HarVeyj I I will be played against Santa Fe
Miss Linda Robb of San An- Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Haines B. Spencer in Orlando. BHS, received the Pepsi-Cola Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Starl- other hit registered: by Starke. y s
'.tcnio. Texas arrives this weekend and children and Mr. and Mrs. Mr and Mrs. Thomas Chain of Merit Award recently.Mr ing, Lawtey a daughter, Donna Tanner's, double was the only(i I IV j I at 3:30 Tuesday. RAY V i i URES1 :.

.to spend several months with her Fred'Snell of Starke and Mr. and Alines Ohio were last Friday : and Mrs. Elden ifathews, Lee, Mar. 19. i j .

f.'uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs. J.I Mrs. Dick Stauffer and Mr. and visitors of Rev and Mrs. B., L. Mr. and. Mrs. W. H. tollman. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Buttrick, --T----.-_.----_ Ile GLAN( 44aa.drtatrelr
.a. Doyle. Mrs. Dick Green of, Gainesville: Starke, daUghter, Patricia Susan : a
Badgett.! Judge Tj, A. Yawn and Mr, and ... Mar. 19.
I Mr. and Mrs. George Kauf- Mrs. Lucian Conner attended the -
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...HOMESTEADERS THAT HAVE NOT SIGNED FOR 1960 Mann and family of Orlando have Rotary-Ann reception at the Hampton Mr. and, a Mrs.daughter James, Mar.Williams 20. TER ILLS aR MOTORS f 1
W. .
home
Pelow: Is the list of Homesteade ra who have not filed a renewal ap- moved back to their on Robert Meyer Hotel in Jackson-
?;>llcatlcn lot 1960. If your name ap tears on this list you will not be [Cypress street. ville Sunday aftemoofi. Mr. andMrs.
.eligible: for the exemption unless bring your application to the old sewing ma- I E. L. Matthews and Mr. and -- .. z
April Replace -- -- --- -- '-
.Tax Assesor'a Office on or before 1st 19Co. Those applying tori ,your ---- --
the 1st time must come to the office in person. 1. chine belt'with a new Singer Belt Mrs. Junius Smith attended the Rites TuesdayFor

.10 W. B. Mizelle J j. H. H. Hamilton Ernest PnillipT from Denmark Furniture Co. tf Rotary buffet supper at the hotel O. E. StansburyOtto WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL!

elL Li Johna Enoch Strong W. J. Dodd Jr. Mrs.. Lois Dooner and Ivan that evening. ,
S F. L. Tomlinson Otis E. Leach Mrs. Merrill Prevatt Wallace of ---- -. -
I E. M. Lewis Merrill Prevatt Oren Thomas Derkman Stegall of Thomasville, Ga. were i Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Earl Stansbury, 81, of
.C. C. Hicks John Diggs Fred Hess weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Shelby, N. C. were overnight Starke, died in a Jacksonville NEW FORD CARS F 'V 4f4
.O. C. Kelley Uayiuond Crews J. W. Thomas W. B. Sewell. ;guests: Sunday of Mr. and Mrs.J. hospital Saturday morning aftera .. ugtre(, ; ;
-C. S. Kelley John Fuquay Ollie Brewton
.D. S. Alvarez Sleepy Hollow Motel Dessie Flowers Col. and Mrs. T. T. Long returned E. Hildebran. -They were accompanied brief illness.Mr. 5 9 TRUCKS AND USED tSHb.Mf Trtlds ,
'. A. C. Ellis Thomas E. Leibold Henry W. Bryant, last Friday from a here by Mrs. W. 'P. Stansbury was born in Ior.
T. A. Graves George Lewis Carter Dan JohnsonS.
M. Abernathy Ruby CookClarence Perry Kite'Lougenia month's vacation at Varadero, Styres and Miss Debbie Wallace Colliers, W. Va., on March 5, CARS TO CHOOSE FROM 2nd. Feature I

eJ.. G. Lanier Covington Smith Cuba. They were accompanied by who are remaining with the 1879. He was a retired engineer I WARNER BROS.PMCSENT
James James E. Franklyn Sumpter E. Geiger
Claude McCormick li. Barbour : Inn Hightower and Jacqueline A. :lloorer Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd H. Lewis of Hildebrans this week. and worked for the City, of Starke j I,
of II ----- ----- -- -
Thelma Starling Effie B. Wooten Edward Blake Wilmington, Dela. They were Mr. and Mrs. Berry Johns for 28 years until his retirements I -- !

Arvis!-H, D. C.Baxley Kirkland Lucius George B.Cuffs Williams Mrs.Jackson Louise Parmenter joined by Mrs. D. C. Forehand Jacksonville attended the funeral eral years ago- He was a I #
1952 DODGE .
&J. S. Sapp Jr. Queen Esther Green. Floyd Stewart .nd Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Pritchett of O. E. Stansbury in Starke member of the First Presbyterian $50.00 40r
W M. Reddish Richard James Zane Brooks Tuesday. D
and Garry
and children, Page Church and served as 'an Elder 1D
William Lane
P.I. B.B. Thompson Johns Joe Alfonso Harmon Jenkins .Lydia Lake of Albany Ga. for a week. Weekend guests of Mrs. C. F. for many years.Surviving 1951 MERCURY $50.00 '
Arlie J. Dobbs W. V. Henderson Azalea Motel Mrs. R. Richards entertainedthe Ward were her cousin; Nelson are one daughter a ,
James Wainwright E. W. Williams Clem A. Griffls A -
friends. Mr. and Mrs. l
Edward Lee Massey William C. Wyrd Z. Z. Griffis Altar Society. nominating Baker and Mrs. Edna Sistrunk of-Starke; a 1At e?!+S
.Mah J. Allen Effle Mae Jordan Lem Perry committee at her home Saturday Reg Drummond and Mrs. Sadie son. George Stansbury, Pensa- 1941 FORD $75.00.
D. F. McP.aeHenry Clyde Hall
Hattie Abraham Ontario Can- k
Mitchell.
of
Norris
evening. cola brother, Dave stans- BIS n
Martha Robinson Williams Earl W. Brown ; one ; IT'S THE ,
Isaac &: Lillie Felder Cart Rltch William H. Hall Dave Long is home for two ada. They were on their way bury, New Port Richey; and a 1953 CHEVROLET BOLD PERSONAL 'N.vtaieis'k
M. L. Crews Ella Mae Tucker! Gl'neHerBeY vacation from St. home after vacationing in South 295.09 +r tl a ko t
weeks Spring sister Mrs. Hagel Mann. Wheeling -
Benjamin Finni Rosa Lee Ghent Thomas E. Garner Jr. STORY OF THE *ru iKtw !
Clifford Kelley Rosa Liggette Est. Clifford Warden Andrews School Middletown, Florida. W. Va.Funeral AMEKiCAa CCMtfAMOS! H E
Sam Brown Dan Thomas Key M. Sargent Deia. Miss Vivian Garcia a studentat services were held at 1953 FORD $295GOO
Lizzie SIcQulre Est Walter Thomas Dave Henderson College spent 'Cartoon: TIGER KING
South Georgia
Ellen Tlsdala Ida Lee'Molden Widows, A IMnabilitlrs Mrs. Bernard Cohen returnedto 10 a. m. Tuesday in Jones Memorial
Mrs. Elizabeth Dryden holidays with her par -' --- --- -- -- -
Lee Miller Jr. Et-Al Jessie Onion her home in ,Baltimore, Md. the spring Chapel with Rev. BarryD. -
Richard Smith Sallie &: Joe Williams Thelma Starling and Mrs. Rene' Garcia SUN and MON.
with her ents. Mr. With
visit Deventer officiating.Burial .
months
Edgar Williams Mrs. Carrie D. Ed wards Johnny H. Gasque after two Van
March 27 & 28
Llzsie Williams Eat W. B. Sewell Josephine Ellerson parents, Mr. and Mrs Wesley An- ai Camp Blanding. The Garcias was in the family plot in
4 Laura Afrd| Barnes Mrs. Carrie D. Edwards back
Coy accompanied their daughter 'ie
'1. J. Miller Jessie L. 'Young Jessie L. Young drews. Crosby Lake Cemetery under the Clyde V kite
Fred Smith Mrs. A. H. Johns Sirs. A. H, ,JohnsApplication Mr, and Mrs. Harold Godwin tu college on Monday. direction of DeWitt C. Jones V V'y Terwillegar ,

George J. Estes J. W.. Alvarez Post Office.returned by and baby of Palatka spent the Purchase any model of Singer I, Funeral Home
Isaac
*L. C. Clemon8 Duhart Jessie B, Coleman Joe :St=:r:-U.. TW weekend with her parents, Mr. Sewing Machine at Denmark Active pallbearers were WilliamT. Today!

*'Peach Crawford W. E. Williams R. Conner and Mrs. Logan Baldwin and Mr. Furniture Co. tf Jackson. Lester. Crews Guy I.
II
"Annie Nathaniel Hampton Whitley Paul II. Faulkner Seeber. Forsyth and Mrs. Mack Williams. Mrs. :Mr. and Mrs. Norman Willis Andrews, Rudolph Sink, Carl II I I tI.

,George Williams ,Kenneth Kprman I Margaret Magyarl! :Baldwin: has been confined with were in Jacksonville Sunday visit- Johns and Tom Casey. Your Authorized FORD and A-l Used A
Et Al Aaron.,F. Taylor F. M.: Starling the past eight weeks- ing Mr. and :Mrs. Herbert Willis. .
flu for
I Mr. and Mrs. George McDanielof Car Dealer In Bradford County
.Col. and Mrs. T. T. Long will CARD OF THANKS
"Don't Settle For Less Than A Jim Toney" and Tallahassee were weekend our thanks .
have as weekend guests Mr. We wish to express ----------- -- ----- -----
and childrenof guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Row- for the kindness extended to us
Mrs. L. P. French
JIM TONEY HOMES $1495 and> Glen Mills. Pa. and Mr. and land.Mr. during the loss of our mother,I Y .
Mrs. Lloyd Lewis of Wilmington and -Mrs. Merritt: Williams Viola Cheshire: also the staff of TERWILLEGAR MOTORS 1

up Dela. visited Mrs. J. F. Rogersln Jacksonville nurses at the Starke hospital and

MO. PAYMENTS AS LOW AS 37.50 Singer sewing Machine Needlesat over the weekend. Doctors .Barry and Adams.-The .

Denmark Furnitor Co. tf Miss Frances Landrum of Florida Cheshire family: ----*
Southern College will be home .
Mrs. E._ J. Flynn has been for the weekend.
visiting Mrs. Bessie Faxon in ::;,
Mrs. N, B. Rosier and son Bill .
Gainesville for the past two I II I II x.I
were in Lake Butler and Lake III 11
weeks. Mrs. Flynn left last IIII I I .
relatives E b.x
City on Tuesday visiting
Thursday for Mobile, Ala. where I .1.1II '
and business.
"' .;t she will|finish,purr,. cosmetology "Jeffrey on McRae celebrated. his I, !! I
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f y course. Her plans are to return .I I II JEttIUNiINk001N ;
fifth birthday Tuesday afternoon I IIlull '. UM150ltERl '
to Starke in the future. with a neighborhood party. II I Cartoon: POLAR PESTS .
Bud Lawson. Gary Hildebran
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: Mrs. Nellie Beavers returned to '
John Mack Newsome and David her home in St. Petersburg Wed- I!H TUES.. and WED. ,
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No Money Down ... No Charge For Travel Canova eekend will from arrive Mars Hill home College this, nesday after a week's visit North with II I WIDE ANGLE March( 29 & 30 j
st.
her daughter, :Mrs. W. N. 11 ) Feature
t' r I I III .I 1'1 N. C. for a week's Spring vaca- qu::
L. J. Richardson will reyi
lint TOXEY BUILDERS tion. turn T-Sgt.Friday from 18 months dutyin i IIII II'r I PHILCO STEREO San Francisco 1 .

P.O. BOX 368 Mr. and :Mrs. R. W. Honnoll Germany. The family will be I I ,, \

WALDO, FLA. I and son, Harold of Waynesville, transferred to Bangor, Maine on III! 4With
Please have: salesman call on ;N. C. are spending a month with Apr. 141: j Story
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Herlong. HI
Mrs. W. M. Lance will the
spend ,
NameAddress Jackie Hobbs of Orlando, $219.95PHILCO
Miss of weekend with Mr. and :Mrs. R. N.j ;;: Reg. List
Mrs. Wilbur Barry
Mr. and -
.. _____ ___: Carswell in Waycross Gas and will JOEL McCREAand
-------- -- Hobbs of
and Jimmy
Gainesville '
attend the of her ,
wedding granddaughter 4i. i .
Approximate Location ..____________u---- U. of F. will spend the weekend. Nickie Carswell.. 'to i V YVON'NK DE CAItLQ2nd.
with their parents Mr. and Mrs.J. Henry :McCoy Carter on Saturday ONLY'
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NOW
..- C. Hobbs.
---------------------- ------ ------ evening. I IT II
Chace of JIIJ "- :
and Mrs. Hugh a '
I understand I am under no obligation. I will be homeon Mr. Mrs.. Sam McGarvey of Lawtey "iJI:1
Saturday 3
N. J. were .Q
,on ________-----__________________________ ______ Ridgewood. Mrs. Etta was confined in" Bradford County i r.c ,it I ; THEIR
aunt. / UNTAMED
their LOVE'
visitors of .. i .t' .,
1III III I' I I 11,_ III I Hospital for observation the firstof I1 I >
r
PLUMBING, WIRING AND INSIDE :FINISHED Hoover. Stock the weekAttending I { I : 1 '. SPOKE LOUDER ,.: '

MATERIALS CAN Btf ADDED AT SMALL np Extra with Bobbins Singer Bobbins save time at- Den- the home of a 11rs.Bertha:family reunion Pearce at H I l (JThAN ,t.; '
ADDITIONAL CHARGEIf tf
mark Furniture Co. last week were Mrs. T, J. Thomasof ."., N WAR DRUMS! /f" .
You Don't See Us First We Both Lose Money Mrs. Mack Futch broke her Valdosta, Ga., Mrs. G. 'V. ... -- t "

right arm last Friday when step- Phillips of Lake City Mrs. W. T.I I'I I I : L
IEiJ PHILCO I _
BUILDERSCALL -
JIM TONEY %
ping from her back steps. Her Saxon of Fort Lauderdale and Mr. I II
son, Michael is sick with pneu- I and Mrs. B. Haynes of Winter ., \\ it
COLLECT PHONE HO 8-2781-'V.\LDO FLA.
RECORD STORAGE
monia. r
Haven. They visited ,an uncle Mr. 12 WATTS OUTPUT
i Mr. and Mrs.. Randal cmuy .
and sen are spending Tuesday to and on Monday.Mrs. R. N. Cason, in Melrose 4 SPEAKERS 4 SPEED CHANGER MIA AM .{ -V,,

Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. M. F-;

_. .. .. .: : : Chitty in Lakeland Ga., and Mr. .Separate Bass and Treble Tone Controls Sierao Balance Confco) NfYlllE 8 D }

: : : : and Mrs. Ralph Chitty in Val- -- ...N "" .,''yL' ;.
..... ... .'
,2r dosta. KEEP THE SET BESIDE YOUR CHAIR -., PUT THE PICTURE ANYWHEREPREDICT a......,.,..
.J ; :Mrs. Ethel Lowell was called to .E 1.....yIi
pee<< Chester, Pa. on Sunday by the


DWARF KURUMESt illness Mrs. of C.her J. Houpt cousin.will return p H I L C 0 TANDEM Vr I I

Sunday from ten days visit with I

her son-in-law and daughter, V I
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Mr. and Mrs. V. W. Strickland. 9> Cartoon; MEXJCAlLLATTlLMOKSTHUKS. t
AzaleasFOR
3 Jr. in DesMoines, la. NOWONLY

Mr and Mrs. W. H. Nollman and FRI. ,I

spent Tuesday to Thursday of 177a MarSh 31 April, 1ilan
last week in St. Petersburg with

Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Boyd and in ..
,.
Tampa. 3? \t

'GRO.TONE Mrs. J. F. Jaudon underwent $

surgery in Bradford County Hospital r WE RE-CAP SAVE 165rr ,
on Tuesday. j--
For Lawns and 'Gardens Paula McElroy of Hampton TRUCK TIRESFrom ; ; tigZ I

celebrated her ninth birthday 7.50 x 20 Thru REG. UST $364.95
PELLET OR WITH PESTICIDE : with party "
Saturday afternon a 10.00x20.... 1.
for a few neighborhood friends.Dr. y
FOR CAMELLIAS AND AZALEAS and Mrs. James E. Moseley STOP TAKING .
Separate Screen+Chair Tide TV
V end family moved to Knoxville CHANCES I
;q 5
Term on Wednesday where Dr. WITH WORNTREADS J

See Us ;For ;Your Annual Plants : Mcseley will practice: Mr. and 'I Y Floating Picture Tube

Mrs. D. B Harley have purchasedthe I i
: I Moseley home in Saratoga Let Us Re-Cap Your .ref fz
p
TOMATOES PEPPERS =F x. Place up fo 25 feet from set 3 VV
? '
I Heights.Mr. Tires For Economy And I Y' ;s V 1Y

arid Mrs. Jesse Newsome Safety! II s-
and Mrs J. R. Bolick spent I Front Tuning II I

Thursday to Sunday with relatives Dealer For II I I
in Beach and Ml- I
Pompano
FtMit/4 m1. NEW DUNLOP Sound Out Front I _'
+ :: I I1
Dennis Mathews dental technician I II I\\1

PHONE A AL-.lL' J in the USAF recently returned TIRES Aluminized Tube in Safety Case I''!! !
i
W04.396S' P from 11 months service- in !:I

"t: Iceland, spent last week' with his STARKERECAP I I Ira i iI

grandparents. Mr and Mrs Garl

352 W. Madison \i "\ .ANDSTARBE j Mathews. His parent Mr. and CO. C NAORTHY GENII SUPPLIES f

"Mrs. Lowell Mathews of Neptune ''a in I 4 a
FLA. :f HfMICAL CO .Beach, and Mr. and Mrs. Bruce I ,
Ave.
I t Mathews of Gainesville .were. Temple 1j 310 EAST CADL ST. STARKE, FLA. ,
Phone WO 4-0221: i.I Cartuua; on Fljtaff Tnipwe
I Sunday Dinner guests of the Garl i .I .

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THURSDAY. MARCH 24. 1960 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.. STARKE FLORIDA PAGE THREE
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"r" r ;.'- Junior Club Girl Scout Picnic (j(!Four Fire Runs ments, one occupied by Sam

i 1 Hicks and one by Lilly Jackson.A .
.. To DinnerAt
Sponsor
:iIn Past Week run caused
The Girt Scouts will go to Gold Sunday was by
;; Apr. 29 RallyA Head 'Branch on Saturday afternoon an automobile burning inside at
: With Small
; Mar..-26, tor a pack .lunch. DamageFour Lake and Washington streets with

committee,of the Junior Wo- + They will leave from the home:. minor damage.
I d : fire, runs, all but one of
men's Club.of Starke attended a of their leader. Mrs. R. B. Cauff- Two calls on Wednesday, one at
Democratic Committee meeting I, man. at 1:30 o'clock. I minor importance, kept the Starke 1 a.m. to a truck loaded with
IU", Mooty I at the Court House on Friday,' department on the move during! some smouldering- crates and at

IT .. Mar. 18, and received approval to the past week.A I 7 a.m. caused by an oil hot water
Red Cross Drive
rental house in'Reno, owned
KIP'Y hold a political parade; and spon-
heater at 624 Church St. roundedout
Garden Club Birthday Party sor a dinner prior to the county- by :Mrs. A. Z. Adkins was dam-
.Set To Start fire last Saturday morning the week. Damage was negli-
aged by
Will Hear Talk Given wide political rally 'on'April' 29.
By ,Parents .1 Advertising space will be sold to ,. The house had two apart- gible in both cases.

,On African Violets For I each individual political aspiraht. For $2,000 GoalFinal

Randy Chitty I _______ ___ _unn_ m_________ _
Candidates interested will please
.Mrs.. Perkins will talk I
Bynum
Mr. and Mrs. Randal Chitty entertained contact Mrs. J. D. Warren, I plans for the annual Red
on the* growth and culture of
at' a birthday party last WO 4-8681, or Mrs. R. B. Cauff- Cross fund drive were announced
African Violets at the Starke Garden I i Elect A forward-Looking Young Man .
man,. WO 4-1761 or WO 91042.Proceeds
Saturday afternoon from three to yesterday by R. E. Edmondson.
night
Club meeting Monday I
five o'clock 'for their son, Randy from ths fundraisingventure chairman.An .
ai 7:30 o'clock in St. Marks
who was five years old. will go to the Community EI1, $ intensified drive to obtain
Parish house.HoStesses .
for the evening will The Easter motif. was .attractively Swimming Pool Fund. 1 the county's $2,000 quota will be Rodney P. Hall

be Mrs. ,Paul Raymond, Mrs. carried out in the party de I Miss Alderman I I __ .. u. _._ _.._ __ _.___ IMiss made during the period, April 1-5
Marilyn Cox Edmondson said. He announced the
corations. Lee Moorer, costumed
Smith (\DeVoe and Mrs. Gladys FOR
I '
Harrington. as a. large Easter bunny, met the Is Engaged And Earl Norman following committee set-up:
little guests at the door and gave To Dr. DemarkMrs. L! AI Fund Drive vice chairman, Rev.
them favors of party hats, blowers > Are Engaged Barry Van Deventer; Industriesand School Board Member
Banking, S. L. Peek Jr.: Resi-
'D balloons, and little Easter toy Newell Alderman of Wild- .
The engagement and Area DISTRICT 4 COUNTY AT-LARGE
biddies. approaching dential Rev. Van Deventer;
'
*.FL-: wood announces: the engagementof marriage of Miss Mari- and 11 HE WILL SERVE OUR
TARKE chairman. Mrs. Junius Smith
The 30 rid-
youngsters enjoyed
her daughter, Bettie Sue, to EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM ON AN
Cox, Mrs. Eddie
lsn daughter of Mrs. Smith Devoe Motels and
ing on a Shetland pony and little Dr. John Edward Denmark, son ; IMPARTIAL BASIS
SUN., :MON., TUE. motor car during party hours. of Mrs. P. S. Denmark of Starke, Lee Cox and the late Mr. Cox Mr.to Restaurants, Johnny Kopelousos; 'HALL* HE IS
Jason Earl Norman; son of Colored sections, C. Anderson. :
The garage and, family room q.
March 27-28-29 and the late Mr. Denmark. :Miss
decorated I and Mrs. George Troy Norman, chairman; Kingsley Lake, Jack Stands for progressive A Man
,DOUBLE FEATURE were attractively with Alderman is the daughter of the a Young
is announced., Trawick Schools, L. H. Gibson
colorful balloons and ; ;
Third Man On The streamers for ,the occasion.crepe, paper The late The Kie wedding Alderman.will be solemnized The wedding will be solemnised, Medical, :Mrs. Anna Felos; Busi- we'.1'-! rounded educational. ConscientiousEnergetic

refreshmentf was overlaid Saturday evening May 28, at 7:30 ness District, Miss Lillian Stump, system geared to keep
MountainMichael at 5 p.m. on May 1 in the First ;
linen I I o'clock in the First Methodist Dr. S. R. Marco. Chairman for
and
with a red cloth and held Methodist Church of Lake City. :
Rennle James McArthur Church of Starke. and Brooker abreast with nation'sdevelopment. Fair
two birthday .cakes, one in the All friends and relatives are invited -. Lawtey, Hampton, our
Pearl Miss Cox; a graduate of BHS will named later, Edmondson
be
Of The
South shape of an Easter basket, topped to attend the wedding and SincereWAYNE'S
class of 57, is a junior at U. of ,.
with greenery and miniature reception which will be; held at
: Pacific said.The
F. and a member of Alpha Chi
'Virginia Easter eggs .and the other an the home of Mr. and Mrs.. A. J. Omega Student Women's drive-chairman stressed the He Appreciates Your Support
Dennis sorority
Mayo Morgan
Easter bunny cake. Johnson Sr. in Lake City. importance of Red Cross fundsat rI
:Plus Color Cartoon For Kids Mr. and Mrs. Chitty were assisted Miss Alderman is a,graduate of Association, Student Nurses AS- this particular time when morethan (Pd. PoL Adv.)
sociation Political Representative -
by Mrs. Drew Reddish, Mrs. 5,000 central Florida residents
Alachua General School
WED.-THUIL March 30-31 Hospital: of Alpha .Chi Omega,. and I
have been forced to flee
Ben Moxley, and Mrs. "E. D. Tenly :
DOUBLE FEATURE of Nursing in Gainesville and is I Beverly Ann Green Junior Representative on Judi- their homes result.of wide-
as a
Sr. member .
the at
a nursing staff ,
Canyon RiverO. the Veterans Administration Hos- To Wed Mr. Welch ciary Committee of'W. S. A. I spread flooding during the past
Mr. Norman is a graduate of I
,Montgomery Marcia Henderson Membership pital in Lake City. Mr. and Mrs.Russell H. Green, BHS. He is,a senior in Industrial week. % CASH SUPERETTE
Red is
Cross assistance being
Dr. Denmark is of
-P- PLUS a graduate Jr. of Brooker announce the engagement and Chemical Engineering at U.
IT Came From Training Week Set the School of Dentistry Emory and approaching mar- of P. and a member of Theta Edmondson given to flood said.victims Four in all shelters areas Owned and Operated by Wayne Douglas and Cecil

At'' Madison Street University, Atlanta, Ga. He is in riage of their daughter BeverlyAnn Chi social fraternity. He was were in operation for flood Douglas, Formerly Manager of Suwannee Store

Beneath The Sea practice in Starke.Christian to Donald Welch, son of Mr. drum major of The Fighting Ga- evacuees in Tampa, and more than 671 W. Madison Phone WO 4-9231

Kenneth Tobey, Faith Domergue Membership Training'Week will and Mrs. C. O. Welch of Lake tor Band for two years. .He is a 6,000 meals were provided by Red ,\

;*'Pins Color Cartoon For Kids be observed in the'Madison Street YouthFellowship Butler. member: of Kappa Kappa Psihonol'aIj"o Cross volunteers, the chairman
The wedding will be solemnized band fraternity and a
Church March 28
Baptist through
J'}
., FRI.-SAT. April }.2 April 2 from 7 to 8:45 each night. EnjoysProgressive I at 8 p.m. on April 7 in New River registered member of American said."This is a close-to-home example .
DOUBLE FEATURE Baptist Church. Relatives and Institute of Industrial and Chemical -
Classes ,will te planned 'for' of Red Crdtes emergency assistance ,
aaults, people Juniors, pri- Supper, friends are invited to' attend .the Engineer's, student society at "
Tarzan The ,Ape Man young Edmondson said, "anda :
and reception at the U. of F.. He is presently employ- : :
.1 maries < nursery..On Wednes ceremony
Denny Miller Cesare Danova an4 J The Christian Youth Fellow- graphic illustration of what is WE STAMPSSPECIALS
home of the bride-elect. edin the engineering departmentat
the Union
day evening Training
with of the
accomplished part
hip enjoyed a progressive supper I' Winn-Dixie FAMILY
"North By Northwest"Cary officers and Council.meeting will last Saturday evening. :: the home office of funds we help raise here each "

' Grant Eva, Marie Saint be held starting'.at' 5:45 ,o'clock| One course each was served at Mrs. E. K. Perryman -Stores. Inc. in Jacksonville. families year." AfAA"
Plus 2 Color Cartoons For Kids with a covered .dish supper. Friends of the couple and We Reserve Quantity Rights
Mrs..Seeber
[the homes of Mr. and .Entertains At Tea are cordially invited to attend Special contributions: for flood .
Goodman, Mrs. Margaret Blank-
I For- the wedding and reception. victims, as well as-regular Red MAXWELL HOUSEINSTANT
DaughterInLaw'Mrs.
-------- -- enship, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Col- ,

when needRELIABLE son, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Green Gloss memberships, may be sent COFFEE6-. 69c
you Mr. and Mrs. Dan Harley and E. K. Perryman enter- Mary Ann Barton I to Mr. Edmondson at BradfordCounty ,

Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Woodburn. tained at a lovely tea Saturday To Appear Saturday Hospital, (With Food Order of $5.00))
Nineteen members and friends afternoon at her home on W.
I
GAS SERVICETHINK attended. Madison street honoring Mrs. On TelevisionMary JIM DANDY

Comer Perryman of Jacksonville. i BRIGHTEN UP! .
lbs.
Ann Barton will be guest .-
The Perryman home was beautiful and DecoratingAt GRITS .5 2Sc
Phi Painting
Beta
Sigma
OF Ranger Hal's television .
SLADE GAS f for the occasion with artistic singer on
LOWEST PRICES
at 9 m. Saturday
arrangements of pink and white program < p.
The Beta Sigma Phi sororitywill !: CaUDAWKINS CABIN HOMEBMERITE
azaleas, gladioli and dogwood March 26.
,
f1JNKS.FROM 5 GALLONS TO 1,000; OR U1 o'clock.at meet the Monday_home of night'Miss Louise at 8 placed at vantage points through-, Mary Ann is.Annie, a second'R. Morgan grade ,South The Painter St. MEAL .5Ibs. ...............'....".+ ..'. -J. :,'- '19c
out. .The -tea table in the dining student 'at' 414 E. f' '\olr .. _. .
.1 ..
Montgomery
Stern'with Mrs.'David
PHONE WO 4-3551 room was covered with an im- School in Jacksonville and was]
as co-hostess. jurted cutwork cloth and centered chosen from a recent talent 3 Ib. tin 49c
. '
-' school to RADIO
-- 'by her
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-- how sponsored
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holding pink asters and leather appear on '
leaf fern. Planking the arrange- young singer is the daughter DEVOTIONALWRGR GA., RED
These
Special's Returned By Popular Demand ment were four low silver candle of Mr. and Mrs. Claude H. I I TOMATOES Tall Can lOc

holders with tall burning pink Barton former residents of Star-
We talked the Factory into Giving Us Some Special Prices on tapers. Silver trays and compotesheld ke, and the granddaughter, of
dainty sandwiches, cake Mr. and Mrs. H.. A. Barton of Speaker for Week of CHEER Regular 25c

Living Room Furniture for this BIG SALE. squares nuts and mints-.Presiding Starke. Mar. 28-Apr. 2

at the silver coffee service at different -
SEE THE BARGAINS! BRIGHTEN UP YOUR hours were Mrs. S. L. TilE BIGHT POINT for the J. T. QUIGLEY PRODUCE

I Feek Sr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis. way you write. Come in and select 7:50 A.M. .

LIVING ROOM FOR SPRING -- WITH THIS SPECIAL The guests were met at_the your favorite TELEGRAPH ESTERBROOK
Fountain Pen. FIRM RIPEBAKAHAS
door by Mrs. Roy ward and Mrs.
Del Colley. Standing in the re- 'till-,,-- :::-r ,- ib.
Special Purchase! 10c
I ? ? ceiving line were Mrs. Perrymanand

her daughter-in-law, Mrs.
Comer Perryman. Assisting in SUPER GOOD FRESH, FANCY

2 -pc. SOFA BED SUITSSofa serving were Mrs.and Tim caring Warren for the Mrs.guests W. 1 TOMATOES ., lb. 19c

H. Nollman, Mrs. T. T. Long Mrs-
by Day Bed by Night H. M. Richarde, Mrs. Jack Tra- kiddies Albs for -
for
for Good food grown-ups CABBAGE lOc
'""' wick., Mrs. Titus Olsen. and Mrs.
with Occasional Chair aiefveveryone.. Enjoy energypackedSuper ,
Sale.
Gay Seventy-five guests called between ||3p Sue ice cream often. Large Stalk lOc

: the appointed, hours. 3:30: health It's super-good--it's superior. CELERY
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Special Now Only 99.95 to 5:30: o'clock. = '


-. Helen Masters Circle: /
MEAT/ntf
Special Purchase! !I"t .. v..r...t.?", _: "" ,tt,

'" .. _...b Helen Masters Circle or'the .
t-< '0' .. 4. I. First Baptist WMS met Tuesdayat

Sofa & Chairwith ;' 1U'rl, ,, ....i ; "',, .WiL1 "- the home of Mrs.covered, Harry dish M. gt13J1ti: *&&q,,",,.11I'.N, "r _"' .'I o,':jt/'I.' !!!;. .......
for
/ '\ : t. :}. "' 1'- ; Hatcher a
FoamCushions > 'C. :... '. :Jfj'i.1f luncheon..- Mrs. J. E. Hildebran. SUGAR, CREEKPICNICS

program chairman, presented the
lb.
topic, "Christian Citizenship," as- : S 29c
sisted by Mrs. M. B: Jordan and

Beautiful Mrs. J. P. Dill. Thirteen members FRESH CAUGHT

.' and two visitors attended. ... MULLET 2 lba. 29
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Freize Covers Supper PlannedFor sAB Popular Boron/Cone*,Cups,fialt./ ,family K-GaUont ,

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Total Group r
STEP TABLES (Blonde..or Cherry) Young PeopleIn I IN QUARTERS -
; 21bs.
i 17995 Youth ProgramThere SUPERIOR OLEO 29c'

1 Jl COFFEE TABLE (Blonde .Cherry )
: Y will be a supper at the GEORGIA

Compare'at Brooker evening. Baptist Mar. 26,Church. .at 6 o'clock Saturday for SMOKED BACON lb. 29
:2 :Table Lamps (Your choice) ,. ,;
all in
239.50 'yo nf people participating
I the youth program of the New
Many Other Groups in a Wide Variety of River Baptist Association. RELIABLE DEALER LEAN

; Styles,, Colors, and Prices Sunday afternoon the,group will PORK CHOPS Ib. 49cFRE'
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; meet in the. Madison Street Bap- r' : -. or '. ,

tist Church at ,2:30 o'clock for FOR ,

1 SPECIAL SALE on ODD COFFEE TABLES' 7.50 I youth choir practice program and which work will be on held the 'PORK BACK BONE l ib. 43 c

April 9. A picture will be taken :"GIBSON i
Reg.. 14.95 & 12.95 NOW ONLY hi preparation for publicity. All .

:youth are encouraged to attend. >

This Coupon Good For 30 FREE
Its A Fact You Can Do Better At" Recent Bifth.} HOME APPLIANCES I


With Food Order. '
Stamps
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Mr,and Mrs CharlesiW':Cress--::

i. DENMARK FURNITURE COMPANY ler of Fort Oglethrope .Ga.: announce : '.f' ,:....

j the birth of a. son.. Mark .., ; CALL .
William on March '7. Paternal .
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OF STARKE .- "" grandparents Mr..and- Mrs. M. .* C. C. THOMAS ,6/. '. DAYLITE CO-OP FOODS

.ti W. Cressler'of.Starke. : "
\ Mr. and lira. James C. WatkinS, : ;' Phone EVergreen 8-7624 .

4-4321 o! 'Starke Announce the birth of ? i Open 7 Days A Week 8 to 9
434 446 West Call st.. Phone WO Starke, Florida .a son, James C-: Watkins ,. JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA '. '
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:.... '.FOUR".. .-- ,. BRADFORD. ,, -' COUNTY TELEGRAPH STAKKK. ftOKIItt..., TJlt.'JtS1>\Y._ SURCH 2L I960editorial
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r !' ..... ,, .who seel only to serve their own Group Formed city distribution co -chairmen;
self-interests, are''n t permittedto Johnny Kopelousos, reglster.hd-
Farmer's I I
.OJQryBl.
deplete or develop streams To Push vote hairman; !Billy] Dowling,
Conner.Campaign
lakes underground reservoirs, transportation chairman
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and_ other sources of water with. r The importance of letter writing
Sta McOanrr
Judge Patten /s / .c .. ,... out Here .
QualifiedOther ir' :'' : '"' B..A* ST Tla providing adequate suppliesfor by local citizen to friends
.f'nts. .other uses-.including pollution over the state In behalf Of Con.
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races may be more exciting and colorful, ( 5I 'A 1' abatement; 'wildflfe, and outdoor An enthusiastic meeting of local ner was stressed Jby Slade. It was

perhaps, but none can be more important to Alice's dogwood Is growing Soil Conservation recreation Full development of supporters of Doyle Conner for urged that everyone write all the

the people in the forthcoming May primaries than .fine but it has not' yet*b1o med.-, vater resources can be accomplished ,Commissioner of Agriculture' was personal letters possible, and those

that for the office of Circuit Judge of the'Eighth Folks' around here cay they are 1VE-WS. '" 'without sacrificing these. held in the Garden' RestaurantTuesday who do not have time to write
hard to raise in this. section. BT: Bill Haas benefits. night and plans com letters themselves are asked to
Judicial Circuit. .
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'. ? .. '. : Son Conservation Service As a rule, conflicts over water pleted for 'st pped-up efforts In prepare ,a list of named and addresses

It is hard to imagine any position that is of I It's hard to make your way tip << use .occur because' the same rivers behalf of Conner's campaign. of persons to whom they

more consequence,or that affects the lives of Call: Street these.aJS. !; ) ecause ". Complete Soil and Water con streams, lakes.,and wells are During: the' meeting:, presided wish letters sent. Then if they
our This past week we had a repetition oi the large number o1. people serration- farm plans"were delivered -. used by;so many'different'-interests over by T. H. Slade, county Chairman will turn th*'list together with a
than
people more directly the administration of of last year's March flood who insist'on stopping. and.;talking to: E. L. Crawford,.:Ralph and individuals. Each group the following appointments: sufficient number of letterheads

justice through our courts. The court is the very and ,although there wasn't as : and shaking your' hand like'-1*,,. Qalney and 1,. D: Greens Included TO{ water users naturally try to were made Robert Green, county over to Mr, Outlaw, the letters
foundation of our beloved freedoms and for that much rain, the water got higherin a long lost friend:' We. wonder if In their farm 'plans'are: a Identify its use as being in the treasurer; Lavern! Outlaw, secretarial will be prepared and returned to

reason the utmost care ana consideration should some places than it did, a by any chance there is' an elec- aril and capability. map/showing juclic:: : interest so that laws and chairman; Foster Smith; them for signing. It is urged that

be given to the selection of the man who fills year ago: And practically everyone -, tion coming up. !. the soils and the capability 'egulationsin- favor it. The speaker chairman;' Lavon!, Andrewsand these lists be prepared as soon

that position. In a very large sense, he has the out '''in the county had the, classes in which each type of soil most dififcult goal' of comprehensive -- Maurice Edwards, Jr.; publi- as possible. -
Now that we have a phone1 is placed,. a soil water-resource develop-
Same conservation '
problem
power of life and death\ over all of us, and if r getting the car -
or truck 'out of the STory 2-3993) you can give usa plan ;map, showing the fields,. ment plans is that of providing
this is driveway o rout
not used ;
the Basic
power properly ,
of the call and let as knbw when;you fences, 'roads, homesites[ and proper balance -Be'lireeh cOnflicting -
guarantees of freedom are not worth the paper graded. road.. have some farming- news..; Well other important features on ,the interests and demands. FOR THE; GRADUATE. GIVE A .

they are written on. The Santa Fe" river was up appreciate it. 5arm'and conservation job ,

We feel that Circuit Judge George L. 'Patten, over Hampton the bridge and on New SR-325 River south'of at And now a new.f. us'$.f or, Spanish -. sheets_ f fieldS which;.discussing refer to management the different Aj ars a I gownieinstate I!!!!!!, ,
now nearing the end of his first elected term in Shuford of practices the *' ', N I,
noss CKarley farmer plans to use
the Plowing :
Well "up"
Bridge I .
office, meets these exacting ;requirements 'of was Lawtey is using it for mulch ;lor'hig. m his conservation program. Is Iiiiiiii; V-V' .
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as high as it got last year during : .. <. ,. ,_ .
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judgeship. During his first full term and the the flood. ; beiries. .He'g.,also using; tarpaper .. I ,

unexpired term of late Judge A. Z. Adkins, .V for mulch as an experiment Again this year Sam McGar- AiLdwiey, s4' /' .
and' hewonders if the Chairman of' j U/ ? % .- ..... / ,'
to which he was appointed, Judge Patten has' On the Bradford County side ; vey the Board of S ,' t": demonstrated his fairness and his suitability by of SR-325 we saw a lot of pretty cerries will taste'. .like tar! Supervisors for the Bradford Soil Mitchell Brown has been reinstated 4 4ap,, .... .L r#
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farms and'ranches. Over the Conservation District announcedthat as Marshall. .Lawtey, 9 ;;
temperament and qualifications to fill this high on
Alachua end. though there are All you candidates' for. 1ectionlue the District will cooperate according to City Clerk Ethel Red __ i., ...
position. His decisions 1have seldom if
ever, been to If with the' National Wildlife '
few fares. invited tome-. see us. you Federation di We did see a blacksnake .
reversed by the State Supreme Court: and .his trying to find a dry spot,- get;stuck on our, "road"- then and State Affiliates in Mayor C. R. Shuford early ;
judicial ability was recognized the know what we've been their of "Water
by
Supreme
end a great Blue Heron, a beau- you'll program Key last month following: a shooting
Court when he' was asked to serve in the placeof tiful bird more gray than blue. howling bur" 'heads. Oft for the to Your. Survival" in'National scrape in Starke on Jan. 30, which

one of the justices who was disgualified in, past 18 months. Wildlife Week. resulted in the filing of assault ..
several important cases. The high water drowned 'out t One of the" 'objectives of the charges against Brown and eight s t...\
Funeral Federation' is to promote coordinated other s eL """
berries Tuesday men. .
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some including a patch ',
Many factors enter into the making of a good lclongin to Herbert Norman, F'oiiWm. ? > 'planning and 'research Mrs. Reddish said that City Attorney Y'.............

Circuit Judge, and not the least of these is background and did some damage to ''a .'. URodgersAt ,, to show how water can be protected Arch Thomas Jr. expressedthe 'l; ,
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: Here again Judge Patten, on the basis planting owned by Odell Green Dedan Church ( from waste and how future belief.that Brown could not #"' ;
of his record of leadership in his profession, is out'near5 the- State Farm: .,.f '.1.-4--. supplies"can be safeguarded. be suspended .under the Lawtey / / -%
,I. 54, of Comprehensive multiplepurpose Charter, .
t William Rodgers. and he wrote and obtained -
eminently qualified for the he has -
position 3rooker-,:died Sunday'toomlfft in" planning within' 'water- an opinion to that effect from a
According to the date, spring 0 al xi
filled well and to which he seeks SMITH-
so now CORONA
re sued (the
entire area that is
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election. .t' lobins have left our place for the/ at- Chipley on Mete'29' *'1965, he best drained by one' stream) is the' She said that Brown ras then Never portable'like.: uf! Never i portable so new in;style*. ...-*

During his time at the of north, but you can't prove winter'is had lived In Bradford County for1"" safeguard against ill-con- neW in speed in dream '
University Floridahe ". ceived plans that permit the use re-instated., and paid for the' time new spirit A' to J loot'at.. .'. a
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by It is 31 :: *
yea '
over us. just staying
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was elected vice president of the Florida delight to use .Si it'today' :
of one resourceat the sacrifice when he *
Mrs. was under
cold "right on" and it's going Surviving, are his w1 idby, suspension.
Student Body, and was also vice president of his to take'some 'good 'old summer-*- Toy Lee 'Roclgers; arid Ws.mothtr of other values regardless of .

Junior Class. Membership in the Florida Blue weather ""to get this chill out of ; Mrs."ifarf Rodgers. both' of long-range needs of a commun- CARD OF. THANKS- V FREE;. ..wifft \, Terms To'Suit
Key; honorary leadership fraternity," was also cur; old bones. Brdokerr tad xJaughlr; "Mrs.'An-"' ity. Set. ;"to it that certain groups ANY.Smitt-Cwona pertcb -. ',. .. .* "' .,.
among his honors. After practicing law in Starke :ale Lee Tetstbrte.' Brocket, and I The kindness and sympathy of !.. Coal pIete $23.95 Your Conveniences

from 1933 to 1936, he became executive.secretary Alice is now in,Bradford Coun= Miss Li22ier: Armenta;?' 'Rodgers- drer ; neighbors and' friends in our recent VAIUE typing- cavrj* .,.... '"

of the-i'iorida Railroad and Public Utilities"Com ty Hospital for treatment of" asthnia -*' Gainesville three Funeral services were held at sorrow will always remain ...'" ,

mission and served in that capacity until 1945. alter trying for a long nIt and" Freddie Rodgers, BrooS- 3 p. m. Tuesday in D dan Bap-1 with us a precious memory. Our
,lime to cure it at home Our new er, and Marvin Rodgers, South tilt Church near Brooker, with sincere thanks
and
He resumed here i in that gratitude
private practice are
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year
one" brother; Inn Rev. Lonnie L. Parker officiating.
phone came in mighty handy in Carolina; : j
arid subsequently served as attorney for the'Hoard extended,for all of those comforting Bradford County.
that emergency, as in a few moments jimes Rodgers, 'Wewahit hka Burial was the in the church .Telegraph,
of County Commissioners, County Prose itrs. Edlee Davis, acts-The W. B. Bloodsworth
we" were able to reach Dr t two sisters cemetery with DeWitt C. Jones : .<
cuting Attorney, and attorney for the City of "Pete" Felos. who made arrangements Biooker: : "Mrs. Effie Mae: Wheat- Funeral home in charge of ar- family. -*

Starke. 'He was a member of the board of directors at the hospital. en. Apopka; and three grandchil- rangements.

of (the Florida League of Municipalitiesand .' ,

was fourth' in line of succession to the presi- Another Pete this one Pete ..,....... .,' .-wAtF ., h r'w-. -F4 ....- Mr- ';'..A __ _.. -
of that organization at time Of his Wainwright, said he is mighty
dency {the .s

appointment as Circuit Judge. berries pleased on with plastic his trial:. He planting said that of YOU; CAN'T! tEAT t '

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Although campaigns for circuit judgeshipsmake this -week after all the rain he ._ : ,' \

few headlines, and generate few speeches, picked 10 quarts from .1.000 r .. : .. ,
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whereas
plahls
broadcasts, and telecasts, they deserve the most on plastic, .. : : I
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nis entire field 'of'.10OOO wild f'o
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careful attention of all qualified electors. We hay mulch, he got only five ,.," ',.:' :'J.. '' .--..,' .9 ...., '.. .'.. .t.t'" .....,.. _

have only to read our newspapers and magazinesto quarts.. ...- ;: >.:: ,\j ,.: ,' N at .Z.G A S ..'. ,",1.' ,:" .,_. ... .,. .. .. Ik
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learn what a mockery courts can become, and v" ; : : \ _. ,. :: -1"; .. i -, '. .. .
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have become in some countries less blessed than Had a nice visit with Mr- and :" .. /" : : ".. t'-': I ,
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we nevertheless are inclined it is to important think "they to can't make happen every here effortto ," We Butler started while getting getting; honey some honey.therea ., "'i..'.,.;.. .,., J'. ",.. ,. r.pt' ;Ci"1. '.'. .'_ .. . \c.J: >. ) ., IL
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in the hands of men who will few sears ago and are veryfond .;'. ", ..: '. : 'f'-f.t}; ,.t-.t." i" : : .: .. "..,. ,. ,.
courts ..
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"Folk Medicine, .is .. '. 1. '.: .,."... ;;"" ;-' ".r'f'._.: ," ..'-"' ,, .:;.. 'f5" _.,_';"ti''f : ;",'. > -. f ,' .. .. ..._--._ .' ._". :Jt:.,., Ij
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praising; honey as a food, nd ( .r' : .. .: :
We believe we have such a man in Judge doubt there'll be quite a run on ,: \.:":, ':.f._ .:,,.:'. "< ': ";. .r', :. -,. "" ;.. : ..:-./I.':, ""# "'. -t '

Patten, and that the voters of the Eighth Judicial the way, sent :. :" "t '
it. Mrs. Dyer by .. } :: TV : : '
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do well him in that ; .
Circuit will to keep ,; ,
Alice a cutting from a Sara .. .:' .. .. .. ; : : : : ., ." :; :
he has well since 1953. I" vp S', ; ,, .
position which filled so Frost camellia, from a plant Mrs. L ." : .. ,. r,1 .' .' .. ,.ef. \, !i'i ;z'y, "F.- 1 Y. r. I. '
.. Dyer got a long time 'ago for 25 .' ... .. ." ". : .' c/.... ,.) .' .'- .; l..i'1.-i' ::, :-'; -
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its would-be-sensational l front page crusades WHEN. j : .. .,' !:-M<- ,.' ':''- > ",. :"..':"--}.' TDEADLINE : .'YfR' .it. I
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against the so-called Pork Chop Gang in the ;f !RNl LIVING., \,, ,; .. ,

State Senate. By the clever use of insinuationsand 3 "1 : : .; .. ".f .. : : ),.:: (
innuendoes, it sought to discredit this majority ': : ,,\: .?: ..1'f: .' ..\ !'.\ '.
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group in the Senate. But like Shakespeare's YOU. 'ti ;'<: ;- : .. ,: ,' .
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Main target for two of the articles was JudgeS. : j :;.i.i. ; .",". : .',....
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D. Clarke of Monticello, dean of the Florida .. : : > / \ is the time to apply' for, Natural. .Cos Servicetoyourhome[ : :" I

Senate and one of the leaders of the majority M f ,

group that is seeking to preserve balance'in _bur 1 :.r;.. **1. :.'. 'or business! A $5.00 deposit required. ,.' .

state government by giving the smaller countiesof MONEY 9t 'i,,. *'l-"r i 't it '. ,;!... "

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lending, banker money by profession, Senator Clarke and in was the attacked Business by of .. .-: '. : : .FJI now t : while oUr'Sery'ce.! ,line,. crewsrare.. i ihrStarke, w.e"will! install 'i tt'" :" "'. .' 1,

he had loaned money SEflS.OANS& ,.
The' Tribune because '

from time to time to other senators. Accordingto I 'I ''ti"r'r '. :\' tfee.i1T service.. b line-. .." from. fI'. :: the. "A'".main to your house absolutely .-;.:;;:: ./: ; i '

the tribune's "expose," the money was paid :a J '':;' : : n ::rut. JiO F' +J/ fOV.} *?,H .i'l -tje FREE ;,: ._

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uses :.
The Tribune, of course, seeks to discredit the S : -. .. : ;A't'

Pork Choppers in order to turn over state. government at cost '
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kit and kaboodle, to the Whole Hoggersthe '. !< ': < .

metropolitan counties that would like to con : .

governorship trol both houses and of the the cabinet legislature, as well as the UPTO' : ; :. :t So s vet -. oiiexr call the:'City Clerk at the City Hall' today-';an&: awe, '. : .



The juicy goal of the Whole Hoggers is the racetrack $600 ; .-: .' your- Natural* \txxij Gas-, >jw ..service\,*-. .vu "line. r installed fREE, : .: ;-, ..: ",r ,.r.-. : .

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money that is now divided equally between : I ".. / j':-.......

Florida's sixty-seven counties,and which stands \ "


between rifpt When many and a small if county and complete l bank k tWketh1;.. ,ou,, .plan t.o. use. "tyaturaj.Gas now, or ata later date let us ;: x
that .
the ;
y. happens small l coun- ; ..' : -. -, "**N4 ,
ties of Florida might as. well close up'shop and resign "Folks Find Ua put while : .
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work
themselves to becoming "sooburBs" of -1 Ir i ., -: youfs.eyirei- eip now : crews are in your ne9 i
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areas. '
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Whole Hoggers-mir power.to them t! LOfAL FINANCECOMPANY : ,. -:" .;;- ; i''.' ', '.: .
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EST.- ire ((2 Doors; f From Post Office) -.o..Jt': .,- NOW TO HAVE NATURAL GAS .
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PHONES It' ".. DI .
FLOBIDA'S OLDEST:WEE KIT ''n". '
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oMPCB rTBLliteKD COKfijTOCSLtCNWtfr .WO 4.0101 and WO 4-0111 : : : .' PIPfD TO YOUR HOMEPCE "

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""h.aei-6aet T.. Mrs Marguerite Hall : '
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WWTYVTTYYTYYTTYYYTTYTlBALDWIN h-l is". home'|ro \ i g'hopilaV andIgiUrig 1 i;cther defenses to ths'complaint.In- ,\ctl' of 1911, will register with the !I 'hI, it' ve are. -engWin> bueAe6 i
along nicely. said. cause In- the office of the Clerk of the Circuit' Court, In and t.-Uy' M nrd IJ'iitt.i"! V l".dr-
i ;jr>ij"-.d rirk of .said CourtatUrse for Cradford County Florida, up- Mll.+ 421 X. I' tk! St.. SfsK: !?. Flur-
$$r. and M> y, t sHymajK of -' Florida oh.of befog the .in receipt of proof of publication : Ida. ole 'J" riiv..
t1 ;Unity Freewill Baptist Church -,u. nay of .April A: D. ? and >f this notice the fictitious name !f I la-'d r-i, :'i-; fly f Mir b A t).
iI lo Terre a copy thereof ou Ionia ,f Underbids Drln,ln. 367 North ll6<> at SUrki Brxdfonl f1 'an'',
By Airs. C. B. Nolan :J: Jax. and Rev. and Mrs. Milton (>-hoh-> address is Starke. Florida: 'Vuipie Ave:, Starke. Florida under''I Flor,ia, :;-4 It 1-14

I I YVorthington, Evangelist were V. Knight plaintiffs 'attorney, I. -,-.M ., -
IAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.tAAAA1Baldwin ',>nIT before Aid dale, as requiredby
Wednesday night dinner guestsof the Laws of Florida and the
FFA-FIIA Mr. anoMrs-.J! :Lt Harvey 'and Rules of Court. If you fail to Joso.
P daughter,. Wanda.Shrine a decree pro vonfessoiU be i Y JT.
\ Banquet' f< euterO against you' for the relief !
Last L r (It +-t-+nded in th. Complaint.
Friday night 150 members
This notk-e shall be published once
I
patents, teachers officials, and Minstrel :s week for 4 i-ousecutire weeks, .
_________ .. a.ate'
guests ,, I! {mmvncing March !4, I960, in
attended Baldwin
the Fu- I
r ture .ii1: ______________ 6\1. in Bradford County Telegraph, I Ir
Farmers of America and At KeystoneFriday day qnalifivd newspaper pub- ',
I Future Homemakers of America isr.-i in {Jtar};e, Flpr'da.! I I'Unesa
i > \\ my hand and the seal of
banquet in the school gym. The Mightmiloroccd aid Court at !Starke, Florida, this I
invocation was given by Rev. J. 1 1V 1r :;'nd day of .March A* p. 1960.tBEAL I
I Tom Harper, pastor of the First ) :}. z'$u
CHARLES .
:I A D.\RRY I
Baptist Church and the opening Temple's All Seat .:s Clerk of the Circuit Courtof tG
ceremony was presented by FFA V .Minstrel will make its second Lradford. County.; Florida I get; $
5124[ 4t 4/14
officers. The. welcome address annual appearance at Keystone \V V\ 'tg +

I vas given by Miss Belva Lee !Heights sunder the "big top" on '. the Ceantr JndeeVi r.art.r ak 1 0

Howe with response by W. M. + 13i a 'Highway 100 at 8 p. m. Friday, Bradford Count, Florida
!. Probate..V .
Clieeme. Principal speaker of the March 25: Admission is $l-2j. KE: Estate of

evening was Kenneth Trammelof fi with children under 12 admittea !-' \ P. SHEPHERD;

the University of Florida. free, when accompanied, by par- ;OTICIOF l>t>("f'RM'd.FILING TOR FI.XAI I x
,
Reports of FFA work were given .I its IH"II.\R6": OF .

e as follows: Superyised;'Fa m- ; This year's .edition of the ADMIM, *>TRTItIXO a?iF;
ALL WHOM IT MAT COXCURX R E S
ing Harley. Crews. Cooperative t famed minstrel opens" with a : i e i..tV d 'V x

Activities Leroy Wilson; Community I r scene in _"The Shorti>ranch Saloon i :Nji" la hereby, given that I
have filed my final returns as ad* .
Service Wayne Surrency -Dodge City, a take-off
; on iin:>tratrix of the estate of Ira
Leadership. Wilbur Bell; Scholarship a well-khown 'television western. "". Shepherd, deceased: that I have I

Franklin J.ouraker; Earn- I There will be plenty of good ,."tied ",my and petition that I will for apply final to dishars the- prices never lower!

ings and Savings, Raymond Hall; : Mt .listening for, ..music. lovers in the cfomrable Theron AA'awn.. County
+ar "
and Conduct of Meetings.. Arthur .. second and thud- acts including lud.I Bradford County Florida -
1 on the 25th day of April! 1960 at
Williams. j &p ciaity'groupS and solos including iu.OG o't-ltKitc A.if., for approval of highways never wetter!!
Officers of the Baldwin FFA and FHA Chapters are an employers, sponsored by the
FHA reports were: Club Organization i num6ersi"byn"th"e'popular :ne same and for final discharge
I pictured at their annual Parent-Member Banquet last Friday D. C. T. and D. C. E. of Duval I .i.s administratrix! : of the estate of
t and General Projects, entertainer.. ; .Pee Wee Durden of Ira P. Shepherd deceased. This
Peggy Smith; Jacksonville Fair; ,. night Seated:' Tain Lucas: secretary; Bunnie Stokes, historian; County was held at the George Jacksonville Be"acrrr. '. formerly-, of .March 22rd. IUII ). < > ALL.W ATHER
Jacksonville 3J
Washington Hotel in / MAHfARET 1 S. MILLC:.
Linda: Harrison: Tampa Fair. Mary Jane McCraw, president; June Custead, parliamentarian; Tuesday night March -22 at 7:30p : !Clarke. Tlie Morocco Temple ,Orchestra .Administratrix of the estate of ... ,.
Pam: Lucas; and District! meeting and Jewel North, sung leader. Vice president Shirley Wilkinson, directed by Noble AI [Ira P. Shepherd, dectast-d. (

I in Gamesville, Mat 1d Higdon. and treasurer Becky Higdon are not in photo. FFA officersare attending, m. The eight were Baldwin Barbara students Jacobs[G.-eenp, will provide the music. ;2-24 4t ..U value priced at :" ,1 \:) ,\

-4 (standing I-r) : Harry Pouadou, secretary; Larry Hill, reporter Lcxie Redfern Bobbie Powell; Proceeds: from tbtfcbetfarmance; ?JHOTICK OF IXTF.%TIOX TO ,. <
I will :'the
; Eugene Bell president; Marvin Smith, vice president; Shirley Sigmund Joy Busbee.-- help retire ?mortgage on HF.GISTKR Fi1TITIOt"S.t11E "
"tlaylAr
h {the new Notice is. that $
ELECT Masonic Temple building hereby given the 95'tJ
c Wade Greene, treasurer; and Leroy Wilson, sentinel Willie Nobles J. C. Bell and, David I in ? undersigned under' the provisions I
I KeystonaiHetehts: ; f. {Rjf Chapter 20.953, Laws of .
Horton. Their Miss
teacher is
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Theo .;. Jltnmie Lee Smith. Ssize' :. -
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;. :.. and' Local 'StudentsiVin \ FIorlda'j .
:'i.; 1..\ \ Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Jones '. s ,J.
spent the weekend l in De- j ELECT 6.70115 _:\
6 sons <<: Awards ;'
CANDIDATE FOR cr' ,
:
land and attended Parents Night : i
.
i JUSTICEOF W ;- :": ,. at Stetson University. where](( At Science. )Meet W. R. (BUSTER) Trade today for the '"

their daughter, Janet is a stu most budgetpleasingtires
: '. Two local students
dent. :. .. were. among on the market- r
THE PEACE '
nor Mr. and Mrs. .G. W. Pringle, Science Division 'arid received a HANCOCK 3-T All- % eethers by
$ ;:
I .c Jr. of LeeSburg visited here Sunday the. prize. winnetii- .. at-. ,.the ,Regional All sizes low i
I Dist 3, Dual CountyI V Science Fair in.Live. Oak last Goodyear.
? V:& : with Mr. Pringle's parents week. priced!
K it Mr. and Mrs- G. W. Pringle Sr. Robert Edmondson won

e rtI Friends here regret to. hear of second prize' in the Physical blackwatl tub-,,,, plus

the death of Tom Braddock, of 55' award and a silver pin. He exhibited tax and ricappablt tin

V Riverview who is the brotherinlaw a model oil derrick. V A ,

) of Mrs. G. W. Pringle Sr.1 1i .r' Sylvia Starling won a special tyx, r
.. ., WMEMr1F 510 cash award !
? presented by the I
[Funeral service were, 'held..on. ,
, i Aft Monday, afternoon. I I Heart Association for her model Oll]' 3T s. +

J Mr. and Mrs. R./V., Bradley of I I.the human heart. I f

I Jacksonville spent the weekend Both students won bids to the! TUBE-TYPE Now!

here with Mrs. Bradley's parents :State Science Fair in Melbourne. SIZE Value Priced*
79.Trampoline. 'I' I
Mr. and Mrs. Harrell Bennett. April I.I I.I I I.
... ,. I
.
Mrs. R. 'V. Bradley and Mrs : I 7.10x15 $21.95

am announcing my ,/candidacy Harrell Bennett visited in Fern- Classes It I II I

for Justice of the Peace -.- -,-._.,- .-.------. andina Beach Sunday; afternoort. Are,. ]Postponed t II 7.60x15 23.95
I
bad' weather
the
Even. though
for a i '
( District 3, Duval County.
i for i W. A. Ruts (left) presents awards to Eugene Bell for outstanding last week kept the football. Th.e// City Recreation Depart- TUBELESS Howl
\hleh I solicit !"
\ earnestly
,
I FFA achievements.The coaches Harold Avinger and Hub ment announces that there will The Only fully qualified SIZE Value Priced*
vote .
your and support.I Maroney and the teams off of te no Trampoline Classes for theI candidate forCOMMISSIONER

, Sin 35 years of age and J the water-logged field, they have next two weeks. Classes will be I I 7.50x14 521,958.00x14

have lived In this district since Chapter Sweetheart Miss Orange Street Baptist Church. started out in full swing'and so I resumed on Friday, April 8. I
DeLaine Johnson sang and gavea I f"neyfill meet nightly from 7:30 I' ,
: 6f V 23.95
1911+. with the exception of 3 far have the promise> a, very I .
pantomime. _The FFA* .Creed pm.U1U1' 9 p. tits; Red Ed Hs shaping i USbyfall."Mr I. The 'Ir"ult Court Of The Eighth OF ..I''
gaod >It.
year, which I served In the was given by Ronald Jofi7nS.' nd vdV f of the Lane's* Ave." aptiSt .ltearl, and Mrs. Jimmie McKen- Judicial And Par Circuit Bradford Of (Florida:o.ot,.. IB 1. r' '850; X )4') 2595; .

U. S. Marine Corps in the an honorary FF A' degree was Church will teach the adults. dree and family of Tallahassee Chaaerr. AGRICULTURE
Paplfic. I educated in 'aMP X o. .::-sti: plus tax and recappable tire
was the presented to G. W. Bell. There will be a basketball gameon spent last week with Mrs. Mc- ADOPTION Successful farmer ,;; .

public schools of Duval County Three .$25 savings bonds were Saturday afternoon at 2 p. Kendree's parents Mr. and Mrs. In lie The Petition Of Lonnie Busmen man

,having graduated from presented to Eugene Bell for the m. between the Orange Street Pasco Fouraker and family. Jhuyt'tsi10n Davis Davie and his wife Martha Educated in Florida Schools Terms as low as $1.25 a weeGOODMAN'S /" i

Baldwin) High School In 194 3. Farm Mechanics Award: Farm teams and the Middleburg First A group from the First Baptist For B. S. Degree in Agriculture ,,
Electrification Award. and Baptist teams. The Adoption Ot Lonnie '.
Eugene V. of Flo.
I Church enjoyed a skating partyin
am a member of the First I i tttckland. A 1linor. [
BarUtt Church of Baldwin Chapter Star Farmer. FFA jack- The Brotherhood the Or- Jacksonville last Thursday Order Of Publication And Notice Marine Veteran. Service Station
a ets were presented to Ronnie I jange Street Baptist 'Church met liight. To Defend Family MOil

Master Mason of Baldwin Jones and Harley Crews for 100 'Monday night at the :home of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Elliott andton General To: Chester Eugene Strickland Long record of witless urvfc I
Delivery GOODMANU.
I SEEBER D.
Lodge Xo. 317, and am a member cent attendance at Rufus to Florida Agriculture
,per meetings. Ruis. of Barney. Ga.. were guests Ray ]Iinette. Alabama ;
'
i of the Baldwin Lion's Club, Guests were introduced by R. ;j A Youth Fellowship was heldat id Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Harvey and Lonn.e Y-JU are hereby notified that Paid for Vy |I
:
Ishon W. O. DaIrY Limits
I I Davis and his I S. 301 at South City
having served in every officeof E. Jones and Mrs. Ruth Ship- 5:30: p. m- Sunday at the Orange !daughter, Wanda Sunday after- Martha Jimye i>avls have filed Wife a Ctmptiga Treasurer I IT I

the club, and presently serving <. man. The closing ceremony was I Street parsonage. Refreshments noon. styled petition in equity in the above ..
Court and .
cause for the a-I!
as secretary. I have beenself by FHA members. I were served' to 19 guests. j The Junior Class of Baldwin dupilon! of Lonnie Eugene Strick-
Waitresses for 'the eveningwere Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Oliver spent I' land, a minor, and
High School wiU sponsor a movie you are required !
employed in the
grocerybusiness Ramona Coker. Roma Lo- :,:rom Saturday until Wednesday to''rve a. copy of your Answer
for 14 years. Have I I at the. 90 Drive-in next Defenses, or Objections to said peiiuuii FOR THE FINEST GAS SERVICEYOU
'
raax Doris Surrency. Sharon !iof this week with their sonlnilav. I Thursday night. March 31, ", p.al- upon Theron A. Yawn. Jr.,

served SVi years on the Baldwin Kingsley. Donna Fouraker. AI'lfl'n and daughter, Mr: and :Mrs.1,I ly Round the Flag! Boys"-.starring is Petitioners': I-ost Office attorney Drawer whose 791, address-'

City Council and was elected : Buxman Glande Spell, Sue. Marvin Braddock and family in j'Paul Newman and Joanne: .Wood'wurd. Honda and to file the original Starke.;!I

to a third! term and upon Piles Vicki Sue Robinson, De- !I II Winter Haven. j jI 'I ; .' There- will be one showing or thereof said with Court the undersigned Clerk II JUST t Beat

moving outside of the city mores Harris Diane Owens and 'I i Mr. and Mrs.. Earl Wilkes and inly at 8 p. m.' At 7:30 p. m- ..Ii.i l! bO. or show on or cause before in April-sa-ji( i.I i.! !

limits, resigned due to change! Carolyn Silcox. Cooks were Mrs. !'family] spent Sunday in Palatka there will be two color cartoons. tetiuon-turt before said date why the I 'Naturally'

of address. I founded the Frances Evans and her staff. I'I'i ai guests of Mr...Wilke's brother'I!The public is invited to come out pran.ed. for If yon adoption fail to should do so not a de-be,?j Gas

Baldwin Fire Department in i PTA Membership Drive I and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. and support this class. ('1'1'8.pro. confesso will be entered
An all-out membership drive Lamar Wilkes and family. against you for the relief demanded -
and
daughter
1948 and served as Fire Chief I' Louie Redfern In ihe petitioji.
for the PTA is being made during j Mrs. C. B. Nolan and sons. Billy Debbie Sue. were called to Val- Witness my hand and seal of '
until 1954.I I this month. A $5 award will ,and Bobby, .spent Sunday in Pa- Costa Ga. Saturday afternoon by 'fftOrfda!Cc* at. Starke Bradford County I Slade Gas is just one of the many millions[ of PRIVATELY
this ;March 17. .
I960.ti :
have consistently been interested be given to the class in the elementary -llutka: with Mrs. Nolan's mother. the serious illness of Mr. Red-. ,SEAL) I OWNED businesses in America built financed and owned by
i in civic, affairs and I school and high school .\Irs.: -W. A. Cannon and also fern's brother-in-law CHARLES A. DARBY, Clerk ,

community development. having the highest percentageof I with her three sisters. I Mr. .and Mrs. G. W.. Bell and of .. *1-V"f-4he' County Circuit FJorida.ly Court. ETadfora private citizens, that has helped to build your city, your state

Thanks In advance for your I members. Dues are 50'I cents | Charles Daniels of Fort Ruck- !daughter, Justine and Mrs. N. C. Marian L. Crosby, and into the nation have today. Let's keep
Deputy Clerk we
country
join H. V.Daniels your
Please and Mrs.
support .Ala.. Mr and
support in the Democratic pel parson. er. i Busbee and daughter, Joy and Therm A. Yawn, Jr. .

Primary to be held on Tuesday your PTA. Jr. and daughter, Sarah ,Melvin Norman -spent last .week-, VUopiey for petitioners1'osf strong -- support private enterprise.SLADE '.
I 3rd. New ArrivalsMr. F Jane, of Charlotte, 'N. C., and i end in Chattanooga. TenD: with Offke'Drawer. Florida 791furke.
.May
and Mrs. Charles Tillis announce I from Daniels of Livingston State i George Edward Bell and Mrs. 3124:: 4t 4/14 I

I sincerely hope to meet and the birth of a daughter, (jCcllege. Livingston Ala. spent j I Shirley Hampton and. family ,.; r-- i GAS OFFERS YOU---

talk with every registered: voter I diarlene Renee, on Thursday I the weekend here with their .par I W nile there they spent the night I.Couatr The ClrruftVourt, IMvrUai Of I. Cliaa Bradford'*r ;i i i .

within the next few wreks. March 17, in St. Luke's Hospital eats, Mr. and Mrs.. H V. Daniels! with a Mountainer family and Dewayne Elder Plaintiff vL J ""
, Jacksonville. (Sr. All of the Daniels family enjoyed enjoyed I the true mountain like. Joan Kendrick- Elder Defendant. J *

YOUR FRIEND Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Frost an- I a family reunion Sunday. .1 They also visited the Friendship In TMie NOTICE Name Of OF The SUIT State Of I 1. 24-Hour Service _;:

nounce the birth of a daughter I Mr. and Mrs. Harley Spence.'Baptist- Chap l.in Whitwell, Tenn. Jo'l?rldu To :-$4an Kendrick Elder i
i *'; 303: South Ifull Street, )lontgo>m-I *'
THEO TAYLORPd. Jacqueline Parshall. on Thursday -I enjoyed a fishing trip to VolusiaBar near Signal Mountain, where try Alabama: -i iVou .

March 1'1. in St. Vincent's last Wednesday. j i i George Bell works. There was are hereby notified that a] Cleaner Gas
1 Hospital Jacksonville. : Some juveniles from Orange I suit In .egltitp.in which the relief 2. -. -
( PoL .\d,'.) I !'rts of snow 'there. "hich they fought is divorce ha* been filed i icgaiust
I i A Training Union Study Course Park broke into the home of Mr. enjoyed seeing. I I you by Dewayne Elder in] t

I i will be held all next week at the and Mrs. G. W. Bell last Wed- Friends of ilr. J. U. Conner the above named Court and cause,i .. "/ -

j ;; uesday; and took a gthot gun anda will be interested. to learn ,that ;and land required you are J''summoned file your ,Answer ordered ore I 3. Steadier Pressure For Your Gas Needs ,-
to Mr. '" 1
: box of shells .belonging '.
".
!Bell and a 1952 pick-up truck I i >

CURVE RESTAURANTAt ''belonging; to Mr. McIntyre, who Vt I

I :Jived with them. They were pickled t 4. Competitive PMcef/-'V-- -r -

Baldwin-on U. S. 301, South : up in Nahunta Ga. and the .. .' .
i:Utolen goods were all returned iWiz.

Mrs.. Han-ell Bennett Manager to their owners.

Mr. and Mrs. Harley Spence k ,.J 5. Better Service ,

OPEN. G 4t4 I. D.AILY-SERVING BREAKFAST. were: \isitofs. in Pelham Ga. lat S ....... ,.'ff/'i,,,:!. I.Z'
I \ -- :/ !;
J Thursday. \ ;, .

.,1. Baldwin, initiation Chapter was held the at Eastern the 1 suit W !. 6. And All the Advantages of Trading With

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Star on Monday night. March 21. ]f m A 01":. i iJ .
Special Plate Lunch*. cMeatVegetablesSaladDessert Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Taylor of 4 ll3Jlss a 9 'i .
J nu r.. ; Owned
t Jacksonville were dinner guestsof .. 'A ,Privately Company.
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Mr. and Mrs. Joe Harvey Sun- i 1\ a --

day. .
i Corn Muffins or Hot Biscuits I Mrs George deMedicis and I 5omio ne sUff has tO:,,paY for grocertea

h .
f Tea or Coffee I sons returned Monday from a when your paycheck stops..
I !weekend visit to Graniteville. S. 100 LB.

I !JC. with Mrs. deMedicis' parents,i ..rl adlt', aptvYQ uj G tlf I. f H 1nyp2otdction ramn

1 i.Ir. and Mrs. J. T. Home. Ffates ai4 fcYnsiv p&P1an fea SLIDE GAS CO

i Gene Gay is leading so far this tires to_ helP you ,14 the job. Ask *. gulf Life BOTTLES
'en the -
SEA FOOD STEAKS CHOPS i"cck tor the high score .
1 : I :CUrve' es ntative.
.. I lba1l machine at the .
i I Restaurant. An award is made $7.50
COFFEE 5c'r '- #' PHONE WO 4-3551
I ,
for high ,
weekly score.

I Mrs. W. H. Spence was a Tisitcr 1NSURAtICECOMPANYFauadsd C) (Next Door To IVlnn-Diie)
JCE. COLD BEER GULP LIFE I
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I in Pearson. Ga last Saturday. 1311 Hon Qtta+l3ackson. Ida, Florida -- rf
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5:11'! Hughes. David Ingram Lawrence I Robert C. Baldree \|bie DBaldree, Green Cove; j In Tfce flrrwit (url Of Kkirlda.KKhb .
Harold has jumped :
BHS Track Team Seymour, I Nine Youths I I ..v....... < .'... : Judicial Clrrntf, In And
.in the high jump; DeWayne Mc- lumbler. Jack McComb. Steve i "' :*;>- /V V1 V V ? Of Lake Geneva I i II Charles A. Baldree Kingsley I .'.r HrnUt..nl (....t,.. I" (.......-
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Has Good Prospects Rae and Mike Darby have run a'I,Nipper. Jimmy Smith, Jimmy V Lt-ke. and Dyal W. Baldree. Lake ,rry.Jrf.ah.

mile Junior 4anmerlin, Marshall Starling.' From Sun/and/ V ; In VA Genera; one brother aacBald- .
2:10 and 2:11 half ; h;: : V.V VV V Dies Hospital !| I' ttt\\ ). plaintiff vs..inoe
Continued.from Pane One j i Lynwood Walters. I ftri of Lee; one sister, Mrs. Carrie ... Defendant.QT1CE .
I : : miler Lee Cogdill had a fine early Rowan Thomas ,..;: ::; : ; I I i .i B prltewA\

tea c.n time of 4:53: in the mile and Sonny Teston. I i! Try Hold-up \I- i t."".. Inciuding nine class AAIi1ooiN. | .
of 20. { .
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andchn resl.Jm
has >: .. V I ren.I To Heatrke Petteway.
I ran; and Sam Gardner : Starke has won the Keystone } ;;; ,,' V VV'V cf Lake Geneva died Thursday !I I .
jle' thrown! the shot put 46:11: breaking i Conference championship for the ,! Six i UJIJVflfl second in the Veterans Administration
the
L.a Cogdill placet m You are hereby notified that a
the school record he established '! at 3 p. m. Saturday in Gadara .
past two years. took "French leave" from Sunlnnd ,tiiiIaint for divorce has been
with time of 4fiO. break-
mile :
a ( Hospital at Lake City. where he j
last year. : :VV i Uaptist Church Lake Geneva I '!It'd against you, and you are re"
uig: the school record he set lastyear The biggest honor a trackman V Training Center at Gainesville last : ___ had been confined for the past uiih Rev. John Stiickland and Iulrtd to serve a copy of your

at 4:52.Harold ) I Freshman Register turned in a !'car leceive is to compete in thai I Ii Thursday night staged a holdup tiree weeks. I i Answer of pleading the Com- VA.
Rev. C. N. Smith officiating.
performance against Jta.ntof the piitiatifrs attorney
top-notch State track meet.
Seymour tted for 4th 10:9!'i tttempt: at EdA/ards Grocery on Mr. Baldree was! born in1!I Butts will be in Gadara Cemetery J THOMAS. JR.. 2uS-26i: X.
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last week with a :
iGainesville[ < Clarke,
I l' Florid
pl't
K ': l nu.
place in the J high jump while Sam iOO yard dash and a 56:7: quart- ;Mrs. Andrews U. S. 201 south early Friday! morn bt&tenville, Ga. pn Jan. 28. 1895 I\: under the direction of De- .i nu file the original Answer or

Gardner; placed) second in the shot I V I and had lived at Lake Geneva ,Watt C. Jones Funeral Home. i Pleading In the office of the Clerk
I
and diseu.' Sam broke his own ir. ing. I|I for many years, being engaged in | i of tue Circuit Court on, or before
I
the 8th day of April I960. If
school record in the shot with a I Sophomore Irwin Martin and ;,/s Replaced J Ji Wayne Edwards son of proprutor ?-:; PEE WEE HUNT. the cattle business. He was a veteran TIIK \KIUHT HUNT rtlt'Mf'' f.'II! to do>> so. a Decree Pro Confvjso you.

throw of 48:6.: The old record was fieshman Lynwood Walters have : Jack Edwards, was home on a I|I of World War I and member will be taken against you
Loth jumped 11:6: In the pole i\ visit from D. C. and *'a? you g "'t". Come in and oIwl fur the relief. demanded in theu'nDia"
Washington.
: i i On BHS Staff j ji Here of the Baptist Church.
46:11.William not To Play your fa\urttf ESTEtthKOoU!: '
Silcox tied for third]I vault with William Silcox f fI went to the store around 8 a.m.) Surviving are his wife, Florida ".i Fountain tu.W. r.' LF.nRIPH t.one and Ordered at Starke,
far behind with 11:3.: .i Mrs. Carolyn Kelley Dyal of to open up for a delivejyman. Jti 'I.ridli.; this 15 day of V:March. X
I Baldree
in the pole vault! with a leap of I Ii Name Band Skipper ; one daughter D. 1946.iEAL ,
: I I This year's crop of high jump- rooker is substituting as girls' was then that the six youths made) Mrs. Deatha Hickey of Green I II )

11:3.The eis are outstanding: four men i(physical education instructor at a ::surprise appearance at the rear Famed Jazz trombonist' Pee> Cove Springs; three sons, Bob- I I Charles A. Dry
'' C. T.
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mile relay team composed: having: already cleared 5:8. :DHS replacing Mrs. Nina An- I ot the store and ztsked for lighter t"IT Clerk Circuit Court
I Hunt and his 12th Street Rag
cf Johnny Stephens. Tom Smith. I' idiews, who submitted her verbal::; fluid. One of the youths drew a I r- I Ersdford County Florida
The thiee experience -
seniors providing
Ennd will play for a benefit Can- A $20 training fee will be paidto
and By Marian U
Jimmy. Malone. DeWayne!I 1 IS BETTER TO BE NEAT Crosby
resignation at a special meeting { .22 calibre! ,and
pistol on Wayne
Eld- '
total' this year are Larry !r.-r Fund dance in Starke on I those who successfully com- !j i Deputy Clerk.
McRae placed third for a I and Billy Ii of the School Board last Satur-: demanded food and more bullets.!I t AND TIDY TII.TO BE A. J. Thomas. Jr. '
.
Johnny Stephens !
l:. :Thursday April 7.H I-lete the course of instruction
of 21 points. Attorney for Plaintiff) .
V day morning. Mrs. Dyal has had II i iI Another I TIGHT AND NEEDY. .
Hcbabeck. clerk Sammy Lee: Hunt has recorded smash required before they start their I')' George H. PierceP
Elect ('aptatnLee Juniors: Marion Cottle. Ron- I three yeais of study in the field )' White, who had arrived at the I,H his many rounds. [WHITE RIBBON NEWS.) : O. Bux*..943 Sarke, Florida
hits long
has been elected Uni- during career as ajazz V 3117: 4t ?
Cogdill cf physical education at the I V 4/
RId Crawford. Richard Duggar. : ;tore; meanwhile, saw the'situation of the most
captain of, the 1960 track team McLeod. I vcrslty of Florida School Supt. ': i musician. one
Malone Charles .nd to Edwards'
Jimmy
ran nearby hometo
I his version of
of 15 lettermen. with H. P. said in announcing I famous being FOR IF'oT-J: furnished and 1 unfurnished -
composed Morgan
and Tom Smith.Sophomores i notify the proprietor. Mr. Fd- : Twelfth Street Rag." Sell It Rent It Trade I'I apartment. Rear of 321
only three seniors. The defending : John Adams ; the substitution. : wards rushed to the store armed N Temple., Contact Mrs. Mauda
Keystone _Conference cinder : I Elden Mathews chairman of Mot at lIcCarth)'. Garage, Hell-
j Gary Bliss Mike Poster Charles Mrs. Andrews had previously with a shotgun. Surprised by his l hrN.n
champs show signs of another fine lltlsabeck. Arthur Holiday Bill !ubmitted her resignation effective arrival the boy with the pistol the dance said that the location prings. tfchg
II
of the benefit affair will be WITH\ A TELEGRAPH CLASSfFIFfAO
t'alonn! spite of the fact that announced
King, Dale KnIght. Bubba Moody, at the end of the present iI j ji surrendered it without resistance next week: The Owner Of Thin Attractive Maonarr -

several good prospects failed to report Franklyn Nazworth. John Red- i term as a result of charges made when-Mr. Edwards,said. "Give me I II**. I. Sand... Height

out for practice and twolettrm'len March 9 closed of' ", l. Belie Traacrerred, And 1. Offering -
and Bud- jat a meeting 'II
difh. Medford Shealy. Edwards then notifiedthe
your gun I A\O RF.SOIVTIO\g! -- 4 Cnt rrrSO _.., I Smiieoa* A load Bar At
have moved away. dy Noegel. I the School Board ,which were sheriffs office and the boys: !I College Choir < A RedMred lr>e .( 10400. f>ai -
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WORDS OR LESS O I.selo. (MUlmcn fh rgrt ___ __ ;
Several sophomores have been I V Freshmen: Billy Dowling La- !I not made public. ,.. were jailed until officials at Sun-To Be HeardAt .n i ItiiBloK Over 1100 Square Feet.Iuthtandiag .
I i Feature Are' Tke :3
outstanding thus far this season. Dell Crews Mac Hall Buster J Morgan said the meeting last land could 'be notified. Soon ...droeftl.. lad ..
i : EACH ADDITIONAL WORD OVER ZO ______ _...__ Per WoK !' Carport Large St -
BHS MondayThe cat .\.... The Let Is Fenced Aid
'
Saturday 'held because the !i thereafter the '
: was boys were returned :o% msrop.MT! os R" PF.\T HSRRTIO\S :SAKI AD i! \\pli I.aadnfaprd, And Located

situation had to be resolved at ;,,10 the institution' and'no charges I II :se ADDITIONAL FOIl BLIND ADS OR ADS NOT I'Aln 11'1 ADVANCBSIRS. >! I. A Quiet Hul.tl.1 Neighborhood -
Re-f/ect/ ; t 42-voice Pfeiffer
HAROLD K. NORMAN on e. No formal charges were :I I were filed. College tloathlf ra'.Pater.. only
I IN. C.I Choir will present a 'program i V*>.C.3U.: And Bp,., MF A*.am. The
I II made at this meeting since Mrs. [I Apparently) they slipped' away I WF HAVE a new loan program for roh n"XT-.1 room upstairs furnished Low Interest TA 1101'.&'.... Tall lTo .
of and secular I
", religious
I .
farmers. Loam ot i to 6 ..
Andrews voluntarily gave her re- year apartment. Private bath and J.
FORI |I fromSunland: during a recreation music in a special concert in for ,the ,entire credit requirements entraiueAdults; only. 401 S. ,
signation.! I I of the farmer and, biB fam <.r $I. Phone WO 4-3782.: wat-I IK, C. V ILL AGENCY
i Bradford School auditorium
time and High
period ibetween supper CYed"t
At the meeting last Saturday. ily. Gainesville Production HARRY BARR, BROKER V
County Commissioner check-in time -at 9 They told.ai 2:20: p. m. Monday March 28. Association (20 Korth Main ASPIULT DRIVEWAYS \\O-l-litOl fitarke, FU.Itchg.
:Mrs. Andrews said: "This is a p.m.
I Gainesville.\ Fla. tfch !il'\'I\.F. .\ PHALT PI\I\K co.I
peisonal matter that has to be :.officers that they took the pistol t This group of young musicians 213 S. nmRH'STHEfT V

: FROM DISTRICT ONE I resolved. It has nothing to do ;lias been given national recognition RADIOS REPAIRED 1)PilOSE \\O8-SOI1 AT STUD
(Lawtey) j jhiid a flood light ,from a ,station by major radio networks AU Make..- AU II.d.2. r.\E. PUO%W04-1S4U1: Reg. Palomino. Qtr. Horse Stallion
I with my teaching ability. j wagon parked at the Sperry plant l aoabe CharveaMinrHERD'S Iuraate. $.';3 II.t time of service Return In
After she left the meeting the |rand by the Voice of America. The RADIO TV l>EtRllonn.V NURSERY HOME season. 4'i miles on 'State Rd. 16

I HORN AND REARED l-oard voted unanimously to accept -.| just north of V Gainesville. They(choir' sang with the Billy Gra- !.!... Grct.. Owner Hood Care for you child. Fair I West.V H." Smith" Rt. 2 Pox 71-A
412 R, Call St. Phofce WO 4- 901 Hates. Licensed. Phone WO 43031. Starke. Stp ,31
IN BRADFORD COUNTY her resignation.! She had I jsaid thhey walked on to Starke ham Hour of Decision program Starke. FU.COLOMAi 1126 I N. Thompson St. V tfchg.

teen:: 'on continuing contract. arriving here about -2 a.m., and :in Charlotte. N. C., and also during ,

___st pflOsSsssssspflprfl-rflS5flSSflSSSSSSS V i shacked up for the night in some the Quadrennial Southeastern ; FLORIST FOR !MALE V
I Only F. T. D. FlorISt in. Starke. Ready mix concrete, concrete blo'k.rOlll' NOTICE
He Stands for Honesty, Sincerity and Economy I Church League i, sheds at the rear of Edwards Jurisdictional Conference of Flowers ",'Iredany' place. Flowers .... fence posts. Band cement ,-

(Pd. Pol. Adv.) j Store to get out* of the rain and I Methodist Churches in Atlanta. for all occasions locally. Phone Motnr" mix rock steel, oyster shell ,
BasketballIn It I I The program to be presented WO 4.g29). SOC East _Nona St. tfchg Llmornok and Roof (ravel. Phone CROSSTIES AND SWITCHIES
\V04-25I1::l. Bradford Engineering
-- -- cold.The.
F last: here will include religious and I (' ,.
an exhibition game ages of the boys ranged 4 tfchg SAWN
d r FOR RENT: -Furnished apart- OR HEWNV
:Tuesday the Church League All j fiom 14 to 19. ,. i secular music. Two male quartetsire merits. Reasonable rates. Near\I

'included in the shopping renter. Phone WO 9-20111\r Complete T"ee Service BLACK GUM AND MIXEDHARDWOODS
Stars ran over the league champs, : i group. ,
or WO 4-0771 evening or call at 213 !
SHOP f :Madison, Street Baptists by at I!HomesteadExemptions ". The appearance, of the choir .S. Cherry St. (Shell Oil Co. Office.) Pruning Bracing De-1\OAA-1 I

49-35. score. The All Stars led by) vrill have special interest for Methodist tfhg i iI Ing Cavity Work Tree Removal -:, \

points at the start of the last ; women since the college i Transplanting
//19 I ; (Ate Rein Purchased Delivered To

SHOP quarter when the Baptists pulled! located at Misenheimer, near I Tree Our
HASTINGS MATTRESS Sapp's Surgeons !I Baldwin Treating Plant.
I up within 6 points. At this point,V Charlotte is supported. the 'I

however, the All Stars put on the\Due April 1 1st Women's Division of the Meth- & UPHOLSTERY WORKS I PETE SAPP Owner For. Full Detail Call Our
I II .
STARKE PHONE WO 4-S96S
II I steam to win, going away. O'11st.Board. of .Missions. 110 Lemon St. Polntka j : Office at V

Dewayne Elder, Glenn Reddish, Bradford- The public is invited to attend !, LAKE CITY FLORIDA
Car County
Don't Your New '! 'I
I Buy and Tal Mullis scored 14, 13, and ; have just nine days to file applications -i tile concert her Furniture Repaired, Upholstered -: i i I Telephone No. 207

12 to lead the! & Refinished iI SOUTHERN WOOD -
points respectively for homestead exemption for I

on the First Stop } All Star attack while Edgar Ak-1 1960 County Assessor Gene Long Vocal festival MATTRESSES\ REBUILTNew I I V 4tchg 3-24 V

I ridge. with 14., and Stanley Clark) said yesterday. :

with 11 wer high for the league'' The deadline for filing applica-l Innersprlngs I i, PEVTOFLORIST

V 'I'J Termed Biggest and Box Springs lift 8. THOMPSON ST.
i
champs. tions is April 1. Long said that! PHONE WO ..-.nu V

GO ANYWHERE FOR A.PRICE" In a preliminary; game the,Mid-j of the 3.000 homes Tenewall DropU.acardorcafl! t i nhT. ('TU'R rf.WWRH"AT. >

Ii gets played the firstfourth! notices sent out 'at the beginning]And Best Yet PA'LATKA EA 5-9160 j WIHP. FlOWERS: ANYWHEREtfehg

place Bulldogs and Gators played|of the year, all but about 150 have;
I
_ the second and third place Hurricanes .been returned. If renewals are notj I Approximately 700 students V STARKE \\'O 4-5834 FOR SALE S room block house.
BUT land teachers from 12 participating Will sell reasonable. 409 Center St.
and Globetrotters. The latter made each year, homeowners lose' PEGGY SHALLER tarke, 4tpHOIIM. 3/:11: V

V came out on top 26-14. High I the benefit of $5,000 assessment I' high schools took part Af'... *','. -
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Saturday in what keeping
was termed the I apartments for rent.
scorer for the winners was Robert i exemption.
I! hugest and most successful District !I For Expert Tree Surgery Call Our Vtry reasonable. Lights! and water
FOR A BETTER DEAL SEEBilly'Dowling Powell's eight points while Don ,, A-list of names of those'persons j furnished. 321 W. Madison St or
Five Vocal Festival held to Agent Palllngtnn'g
aid Falcon's five led the. losing'! who received the exemption last M31RR TOO LAT TO JOI\ I I Studio._tfchg
I date. The festival. events were I EVENING I CLASSES! for adults. AllsubjtL. 224 N. Temple Phone WO 4-3965 V
cause. and have been sent renewalapplications ,I FOR U.K
sear Credit ,
If
wanted. Write 1 1I
I At* half time. trophies' and; I I I staged at BHS. with the new Director fox j {i :New and used Building Supplies.
1190.
Starke or call !
for but have.
1960 not
AI.E 2 bedroom 1
auditorium I I volt frame i Drive way pipe. 15' lengths J1.25per
music building and WO3011..
I awards were presented to the 21 or visit Adult Education I modern V of I
returned same .appear on page home bath 5 acres j fuot. See $illy Jackson. Jackw.n -
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cafetorium being the center of Office USD Bid*. for additional 1:1.1,1. Reasonable. Pi miles W. of |
Church and to II | PuiMIng Supplies. tfchgEXPERIENCED
champions
I League of this edition of the Telegraph. If activities.i Ii; Information. tfchg La\\tey. Contact L. C. King. Euj o j
I
I members of the midget teams. j I your name .appearson, this list or TAH.OU c..ul St Starke. 2tp BAPYSITTER
!I Bradford High's Mixed Chorus MADE DRAPERIES I
Special awards (or. perfect at if you know anyone whose name I Iff.S I free labor. Mrs. Peggy Shallcr 209 Carf for children In my home dur
HELP VtTE1)I20
I I
I i tendance throughout the season \ rated "good" in the compe- 1 IX .Ad kIna St. phone \VOSt34! tfchs I'rg the day. fl.OO per day. Your
it to : hour for
on are urged or more part
appears you per >I home
tition which also I at night SOc hour. Mr*. H E.
made to Ml3geb Wayne included vocal rt* full time route work. Large repeat -! ....
Setzer's were I '
Across The Street From i contact anyone. in the Assessor'sOffice I Phnne WO 4-H06S 4tettK 4'7
groups from Gainesville! High orders. Man or woman. WriteJVNESS
Income Tax
9 Blankenship, Dale Crosby, ,Jimmy II j on or'bef re'the deldline of Service .
i I :\ : CO. Cox %;66. DeSoto : OLD FARM HOITSE sale
K. for
P. Yonge. Palatka. Fernandina
_ I Douglas Donald Falcon and Ron-j! April 1, otherwise you will not I g'ta.! :MetnuhU> :J!. Tenn !1u 3.24 I i, Ii looms electricity shower bath

.' .-. -. .- ) lie Tomllnson.HERE'S receive the exemption for 1960. Beach, Ribault Faxon. Lee Lan- I (oN. THRU FBI. 7 P.'f. |i RE.u.i i I ndoor toilet, deep well! and elec-
rouRTnors
POT
PROMPT.
"F'-PEEET
LLi- 'I don, Jackson. Terry Parker, and I Saturday After 1 P.M.C. I|111" pump. Mall and school bus
: --- ESTATE and Insurance ad\11'1' I route. J ml. S. E. of Starke. Xeedsrpalra.

_- ___ _.. __ ___ _-.-' -_. __ V,_ H. __. _. -- -- -.-" -----.-.-..---- .-- -__ I DuPont all of Jacksonville I E. HUTCHESO.Y \vh 'th<>i to buy or sell call the 1 I| Sold all Is.. Low price terms.
Dr.
V Wayne Reitz It was decided. that next year'sfestival :521 Pratt Street aeency nerieice. which and a offer proven xervice.rerord ex-of', Phone "" 9-lgs.; 2tp 3/24

I will be held in Gaines-
..To.AddressI 13t..1' 4'H;' ci' 'tomer satisfaction. We are on'I
tt'AJkTED -I:
HOW YOU CAN i Church ville. V call tit'd,day professional or night service.to provide quail-\! '.:. : TO OPERATE MEN FILL OR WOMEN OR-

Meeting : HIT-TIME WiTKIN! ROtTK

BPW Talent ARE YOU GOING TO I II. .\. WALL AfJENCYll :,,lTHU .*RE.%. EARX ..W." TO
I Show
NEED .rr>. Habb llrekergoo i,i MIlia.'''' WEEKLY.: DEPENDING:
The relation between the Church '
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: ON TIME DEVOTED TO BI !SIKSN. -
E. full 10'0 4-tSOI
and higher education will be the 3et For April 29 II i II I i \ WHITfJ ATKINS. 859
K SAVEYOUR assistance in the \\ iST .
,
subject of an _address by Dr. J. preparation NEW R1VKR WATERFRONT offrlPK I PEtCIITREE T V K.ATLTA
8, HA. 41 rkl ;T
;00 ft. of high and dry property -
_ Wayne Reitz president of the Hugh Ingram, principal of BHS of your 1959 Income on picturesque New River, only',,

j University of Florida at a dinner a'Jl ,be master of ceremonieswnen Tax Return? 'i jnilfs out Road 100 from Starke. i I
V
The 4 acre lot in cleared and. thewell KnG I.ELAK..
the Starke BPW Club
of the
of the
meeting
TV DOLLARS 'I congregation built 3-BR home 'U only 2yrs. I I
First Presbyterian in the cafeteria sponsors its first annual talent SEE old. If you like to travel you FurniFhed modern home designed

[ of Southside Elementary School row in the new high school! AEIL TUCKER can gn from this property to the fr.r summer Jiving at Us best with
on Ouif of Mexico by boat. Total paved walks) ; garage and dock
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I! Wednesday, March 30, at 7 p.m. auditorium at 8 p: m. April 29. Public price an amazing 6 //O.OO.) Call us IZO/iOO.OD.: Terms. V Call for appointment .

SHEPHERD AND RCA OFFER YOU THIS ;Dr. Reitz will be speaking specifi-ivsUly Registiation blanks .are available Bookkeeper V I i to ..CO.H.. C. MALL AftENCY to see it.

I about the new Florida Presbyterian from Mrs.- E.-A: Ha11- ,(Local 120 S. Court Starke Harry H...... BrokerTUMI .4. J. 'THOU.18. REALTOR

College in St. Petersburg. Finance Co., at Ruby Johns Ph. WO E. fall "t. WO 4-401 V TEL. WO 45791gflS
4-9854
I WO 4-2545 ,. Templer,.. fctatke. Fl..
BIG I 21-INCH I Dr. Reitz is well qualified tospeak Deauty Salon or from; the teach- PIt SU.K 250 used chair. ..It-I!

!i on this subject since he is I ers in each room. FuR ,, *Mf 1 tar rburrho. ., .......rl..1 i iaiirllHX i 1.1tn CLE4RAXCK 8LB
I will nEXT: 4-room furnifiheil cot pUre ( .....r..... 01 [I CHOICE PROPCRTIKH AT
Prizes of
I p-i : i: tcth an outstanding educator and $25, $15 and $10 tage.: Electric kitchen. Good heat ,hardttMMi cad in aR84 cerliecahie. i irundilioB. 'I \UfiAIN PHIfEtiPrnetleally V

i active In the be awarded to the first three er. Adults. Besfcent Road Box I Prlrr *::. RCA Victor [Christian being winners. Admission will be I 44.1. Ph. WOl-15U.! tfchg n... ,:tP.V....,,. Farm. F'.. \\.1 I. \ .en Modern home. with
i: First Presbyterian Church ,of prize I kardMi4M floor*, ........ range R...
I I Gainesville and serving that iO cents per person and door FOIf nEXT -:'beautifully decorated II I WANTED White housekeeperto rrig.Nlre. $1400.50 dow.
2 bedroom furni&hed apartment. All *ive in. Small Allen Iart, I
will be given at intervals salary.
: Church as an Elder. He is also a prizes tile bath and kitchen, modern in P-o" !12. Lawtev Itp home, .U Iowa ttllb Florida
iir TELEVISION member of the Board of 'trustees during! the evening. every respect. See Mrs. Rennfr. 63JJhMahon ll...m A eOMpletrly faraUhed. Low

phIIi .I I of Florida Presbyterian College. Registration. deadline is April I I St. or call WO 4-5744.Itchg FuR SAL. Mut- sell Motorcycle Very! reafeonble. U lTr.llmpb. I pj)ment. bal leu. !baa rent.

; I Arrangements for the meetingare 15. Interested persons are asked I II Contact John at Starke lloder 3 bed .,.... ..... .erfertroMdllloa.

I\\ I I ( I Model! 210T14C I being made by Tom Casey who to pick up their applications as I unfurnished FOR nEXT house OR SALE at 310 3 N.bedroom Cherry Tavl phone WO.- I41. Up tbno. .real. $1,500 ..... bal. let
return them
and
is Chairman of the local Florida soon as possible ft. Rent reasonable Floyd Green, FOR SALE 1958 Atlas Sewing
IItlIL College Establishment promptly. Try-outs will be held pilon' WO 5-M48. tfchg machine in A-l condition. Coat City lot toe ft. X .:G ft. sred St..
Presbyterian
20Q() new will take $100. Mrs. Loll City illltles. Prlee IT50.0O.:
Committee. Al! and applicants will be notifiedof Hultnrk. tit X.
Campaign Walnut St. .
._: Itpli '
DO YOU HAVE BUDGET
Now interested attending thj time and place.. Five Aeres farlss 301 U City. $$?.-
'V Only persons WORBIESTTT >R SALE 12: ft. Penn-Tan 500.PO.
,I
meeting are asked to contact Mr. Build buat with windshield and wheeL
Casey or the Church for information Census Takers your Income. AVON COSMETICS Mr.. Robbie .Shaller, W04-S934. Tnn Urge lots faring 301 U City.
,
has a excellent opport- tfehg Take year eholce and make a. of-

I and tickets.Tourist Asked To Apply unity to offer qualified women. '.r. V
V r'I
I FOR SALE 40 acre farm 7 ml.
Write Ouida C. Sweat P. O. Box weft of Starke off State Rd. II S acres 1H mil frost Post Of flee.tl.5 .
IAA.95'V For Work
r Group April 540 Live Oak. Fla. )n R'l. 229-A. A. C. Davl SI IS V.W. Fla.
Xth St. Gainesville, Phone, .

RCA Victor Farrell Deluxe. Has Plan Session Persons who wouldem- With $BBBF Comlnf 0., Jr..t ?'rank1lnft05 lIp 4/7- W .mtntv,no.GO.A. alto from Post Oftiff. -

Table TV with front controls and I ployment as census takers for Prvple Bfftm T. TkUk Ak..' Lak. FOR SALE Sears, deep well Jet
WITH .'ro.' Pro pert,. \\'. are F.rlBB fe Pump. Good condition. Contact J.W .... .
speaker that can be built m.HOne-Sei" The Tourist Committee of theStarkeBradford the 1960 Census of Populationand !'. B. AfcU T. Offer A B.a.flfulflaIIy Thoman phfme WO 8-1171 Hp ( traets. Can and get irlees.

electronic fine ,tuning. 262 tq. in. I County Chamber Housing may obtain applications : 1 W..44 Lot O. Bedford A. J. THOMAS, Realtor

picture, Tfanjformer-powertd Deluxe TRADE i of Commerce met Tuesday at the from Mrs. Zelvan Craw Lake, Wkkh U Ltatrd Bet feeMarke FOR REXT 2 bedroom furnishedh 203: X. Teaialt Ate. Tel WO45WExpereneed
\ And Key.t..e HriChU. This I use on Klngsley! Lake all year
cnaiiii. Phono-jack tone control and V I Gold House Restaurant. Ways andneans ford.; ILL Jt Box 47. Lake Butler .Lot .. Over see Fret Deep A.d II.. rAun Inquire at Sam P.oaenberg.Fur'itiire .

cutomatic gain control. Balanced V i of promoting additional phone Hyatt 6-3581 The census A ....Ue Slop T. The Willie S.m4Ittarb. Store tfthgF | in general office
Tbo Lake ItlleU" ('rJ.l&lIrar work switchboard, clerking all
Fidelity FM Sound. Available In 2 The Beat Buy of the Year! I tourist business for Starke'were U scheduled to begin April 1._ ( Total yrte* O.lr ,:.:o&. %od
; : I discussed and plan made for ad- Census takers must be over 18 While Owaer Will Carry Mortgage' i apartmfnt.. Living room kitchen, a. In. WO J-175J, Kia Pratt.
lie Offer A KM D..t Forfaith. Jw.drlArn and bath. Adults
o Only. 2tp 3/31
ditional efforts along this line. V years of age. must. be U; S. citizens This Property Do,"".. Tear 11,.. J. M. Mitchell, 303 West Madi- V

,1 Serving on the committee are: and have a, high school ed- CBBtldrratUa. *on M. ItPhg FOR V REXT FurnUted J room

bett7tSHEPHERD'S Roy Moye. chairman Bill Brown : Its equivalent Pertcas upper apartment $3S per ma Mrs.V. .
:_ ucation' or' -
RADIO & H. C. WALL AGENCY FOR BENT 4 room unfurnished Jchnson. WO 4-535. Itchg
TV I John Shultz Buddy Garner, and associated with law enforcement HARRY BABB. BROKER Wu.'r yn Peterson Rd. near new I

F. Register Jr. Carl Johns, presi.. or .tax. assessing or schooL Inquire 11.-.. P. F. Gooleby.Pt MAX OR WOMAX-To take over
I WO4-4.S01 Clarke FUrlda I RAT 34-J ItehgIX Dealership in Stark. Products established.
V dent, and Robert Mclntire. executive collection agencies are not eligi-. 1tbg Weekly profits of $50.00.r

I secretary, of the Chamber of ble. CITY POfXD-Rird dog female <> more at start possible. :No" car
Phone WO 4-6901 Starke, Florida FOR REXT-rrTwo bedroom lakefront !K>iEier. red and white! spotted. or other investment necessary Will
I Commerce, met _with th ,group' j;census takers win: be paid on a bora OB Khigsley-Lake. Com Little! fox terrier, female, white help you get started. Write C. RRubU -

Tuesday. _*- V V _,7""".1' piece price basis, and should be Ptetely 'furnished. Available' to with red spot Owners may nave by I ,, DpuM. Watkins Product
V : "* :,. .,'f- June 1,. Call Carl Johns, WO 4-4201. I paying! advertising COlt tad board. l000rDQr&4dV> U mpoi. 3, Tenn. JtpJ
-..- .-,-: -- -- ; T r V ---- V i atie to earn..around.$12 jer$ day. \ UthC I Contact City PoUe Uehj
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STABKE FLORIDA. THURSDAY, 3IABCH 24,, 1960

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-3prir.sr Fashions in Keystone II i i February 28 and Mr.-and..' "Mrs.'I!I I 11..4..1.- '. . ..........asaa.a. I'I'I 11i111vf1 V/1iVVVvv tI I Glen Moore son of Mr. and : news and 111 be calling next

I heights:' fB.T.Hutson! who wilt'.celebrate! : I Mrs. Cornelius Moore is feeling ,week I hope

I KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS tub Scout News I their 60th anniversary, "on MarCh j I MELROSE: E'i i IfElLBRONNUy I better: after being ill with flu.

I A Pack Meeting of the Cub 25.,,Special recognition m'as given. I All men interested in Brotherhood I MADISON STREET BAPTIST

I scouts was held at the St. Annc's :: them 'by the pastor Dr. A. C. ,I Mm. llarvcjr JlcC'urtu* I cork are asked to meet our !I CHURCH
Hy Mary K. SehaHferAnn Parish House on Friday I I Kelt. Present for the occasion By,Joyce RotbJummer
I t YYYYYYYYYYYY YY.. ..... I pastor Heilbronn. Church noj: 900 Block W. Madison St.
:evening March 18. The following vere the Wagner's son, Leon I i Wasauaalsaaaaaaauaaa. I lifter than 7 p. m. Friday to'' Sunday School 9:45: Joe Wood

J Germany to teach. she was a I I I toys have earned Achievement Wagner and his wife. Also in attendance 1 Glad to have our Pastor, Rev. 'have: for the, big Brotherhood !,Superintendent.

4 member of the faculty of Wood- ,Badges in rl"cent'weeks., Den 1: were children of l'I Duplicate FIrst Bridge i''Otis .T\ Jones and his family iLIass meeting to beheld at Morning Worship 1100.:
I(i Billy Belote Wolf Stefan and Mrs. place winners of the Melrose [back with us Sunday' for Church
Badge Hutson Thomas
bid Acres School in Jacksonville. ; ] : a son. i iI Hampton Church. Training Union 6:15: Jim Harden
'Ei okas, Lion Duplicate Bridge Club were I services. Come to Heilbronn .
Badge and Golden J. Hutson of
Lieutenant Anderson is the sono Gainesville; and Ii Well folks
news is short this Director.
Mr. and -Mrs. James Gi1b?rtAndel'son Arrow; Glenn'Few., Wolf Badge; I I four daughters Mrs. H. F. Wood-- Mrs. Edith' Larsen and Miss Iva I',Church and hear inspiring messages reek due to circumstances beyondour Evening Worship 7:30.:

of Linneus, Mo. He is! Dicky Martin Wolf Badge; Roiicr i.rum Mrs Nell Winn. and .Mrs. I. Hillyer, Tied for second place at all worship hours. Miss control [telephone at Mr. Wednesday, Prayer Meeting

a. graduate of the University of Smith. Bear Badge; Jimmy 1 j I Robert W. Kidd, all of Jacksonville were Mrs. Emery Cooper and 'I Patricia Jones served as pianist Bill's store is out of order this 7:30.J. .

Missouri He is currently station .Wildt Bear Badge Silver Arrow i!I as. well as Mrs. W.. J. Oro- Mrs.Cook Allen and Miss Graham Mrs.Mansfield.Women's ,Mary.- Sunday. We wish to thank our Tuesday a. m.] So save your H. Mabry. Jr., Pastor
Sally
and 1-year service pin Williams lick, of Lake visitors from Evergreen Church
ed in Babenhausen Germany, ; Ray ;, Santa Fe. Present _.. .....
Club -
with the United States Army. Bear Badge; and, Barry also were'two of the. daughters' for their presence and for our i

t.a I The couple Is planning an Weyman Bear Badge. I husbands W. J. Grolick,' 'and Mrs. Herman Shroeder was other visitors worshiping with us.

'April wedding in'' Germany.. Den 2: Mike Murrhee, Bear :Robert W. Kidd. guest speaker at the covered-dish Next Wednesday evening will $7.50 Per IOO-Lb. Cylinder GAS

t Mrs. Parham Honored Tadge; Thomas Hawes ,Bear St. Anne's EpiscopalOn luncheon l given a4 the Melrose be time for the Heilbronn Brotherhood -

Badge Frank Harris Jr., Bear Women's Club last Wednesday. and \VMS'
; meeting to beheld NO INSTALLATION CHARGENO
Mrs. Leamon
Ward Mrs.-A. E. Wednesday March 30 a I
Badge 'and Gold Arrow; Donald Sire gave a demonstration on de- at the church. Plan now to

'Bamford Anthony and Joint'host Mrs.Arthur A. Ilgen. Bobcat and Wolf Badge; covered dish supper at 6:30: p. mf;::] 2o, tat ing< boiled eggs. attend. CHARGE FOR REGULATOR
last
were
ses will be followed by the regular"Ltnten
Johnny Carnes. Bear ,Badge and Following the demonstrationmany I Very grateful that Mrs. Harold
reek
at brunch
.
a honoring :
Services. "
At this service Delivered Anywhere'i1hin 10 Miles
Gold Arrow David ] of the women tried theirIuck 'I Norman
Parham. the ; Mathia Bear ; ; is home from the St
Mrs, Eva who
is
.
tae: guest speaker will be J. Fred
Badge and Bruce Sunderland,,I at decorating eggs. in Jacksonvillend
Vincent's Hospital :
mother: of Mrs. J: K. Smith. The liickman. Priest-in-charge New- FOR FURTHER DETAILS CALL
held the Bamford Wolf Badge. The next meeting will be April was able to be at church :
party was at berry and Cross City. This
Some of the awards were madeat year 6, with Mrs. ,Allen Graham guestspeaker. Sunday. \
home Lake. The hostesses
on Geneva. attendance has been remarkably :
l presented the guest of hone the recent Blue and Gold i good and everyone is invited to .,Her topic will be. "Liter Also was advised that Jerry REDFEARN'S iKeystone Ph. 4252
'
Banquet while others made will ,
this were ature. Redding soon be home from
|lor with a lovely memento of \attend these services.
c t the meeting on Friday'e.ven- I III St. Vincent's Hospital but his :
Vance !. Engaged /ocasion, and Frustration[ Books Open Heights Fla. t
a creamer
|l'/ sugar Attention, antique lovers: The ,
..
;itg. II Precinct older brother Billy will have to ,
'.vth a matching tray. party Registration books for
Mrs. Aughtry Templeton Vance ,; Birth Of Local I Nearly New 'Shop has some in- '
Interest remain for awhile. These
announces the engagement of iruests included Mrs J. R. Smith .Cresting old-and, we think, an- 114, arp now open at Huff's' Sun- Chil-j'
Friends of Mrr and Mrs. Courtney -, ''dries. Those who have not regis- dren tell from a truck, :; ,
Mrs. *
her daughter Ann Caroline, to /Mis. Irving Tyre Frank. J {tiQue-furniture this week. The
.First Price; Mrs. A. 0. Loudon, Mrs.i Howe will be interested in fchop will be all tered! for the coming election and are the sons of Mr. and Mrs.
Richard Leon Anderson open day Friday
the birth of their second child, Arthur Redding. Morocco Temple All Star
i should do ;
Lieutenant, United States Army:I Cora Marshburn and Mrs, Ruth Annette and Saturday from 10 a. m. onl soMotherDaughter- '
March 12. Keith
Karen on Regret to report that
Miss Vance is the daughter of I Kalre. Mrs. Friends of Mr. and Mrs. George I Banquet
Howe Is the former Sandra Reddish entered -St. Vincent'sHospital
Mrs. Vance and the late Arch Attention, Keystoners f' I W. Mann will be interested tokiow The Melrose Future Homemakers -
Weichel. daughter Mr. and Thursday of last weEk
Clark! Vance. She is a graduateof I Mrs. Sara McDonald City Tax Mrs. of the baptism of their in,I oJ America held their I MINSTRELFRIDAY
E. C. Weichel of Jacksonville I and underwent surgery Friday.
the University of Florida Collector reminds everyone that fant son, William George,, a] St..!.annual Mother-Daughter Ban- I
former Keystoners. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs., W. H. Green's
where she was a member of the March 31 is the deadline for Weichel Is Anne's Episcopal Church on Sunday -i!quet Friday; March 18, in the I
currently in Cuba N. daughter, Estelle husband and
sorority.She those who have not yet paid I March 20. The Melrose High School cafeteria. MARCH 25
A pha Chi Omega social Y.. at the Howe'home./? for the' god-parents i. small son, Mr. and MrsMinton i I ,
is now teaching in Germany, their city taxes. are Mrs. P. J. [Coral] Quattle- Call to order, was given by
purpose of assisting her daugh- II of Indianapolis, Ind., have been ,
where children of baum Gay Livingston, and Louts Linda Strickland. FHA president.The
she instructs -
; Fashion Show Tuesday ,
ter with the new baby.is well as visiting with them and their i t 8:13 P.M.
toUnwanted A. Mann. The Rev. Mr. M. devotional' was given by
Army families Before going Next Tuesday evening March H/ .
the other child. I I many friends of the community.FIRST i i
Breyfogle officiated at the : Beverley Wilson vice-president.
29. an evening of entertainment Card Party Success 'sel'-i .
I : i I vice.St. I Margaret ''Royster, historian, gave BAPTIST CHURCH
:
the
i is planned at Keystone
Ladies of the Keystone Heights, $
I Hair Heights Woman's Club for everyone Woman's Club are delighted over > William's Catholic I II tae welcome address. "Recogn- KEYSTONE HEIGHTSJ. I ,

in town. This will be a Fashion tie: succes of their' St. Patrick'shay I Catechism Classes for Junior I ition" was given by Doris Ford, R. Smith pastor, Ralph I '

Removed Show with garments made by Card Party last Thursday. i,(I High School boys and girls are program-of, work. chairman.. Copeland Minister of Music and I In The, BIG TENT on Hiway 100

MEDICALLY local people and local models There were 19, tables at play ,:'held each: Monday evening, af< 7' Paulette' Tyer April Meske, church organist. 'I -

APPKOVEII' wearing the clothes made for Johnny Muir Is Ten I I[I I o'clock. Carole Allison Bessie Ridenour Services: Sunday School 9:45a. : KEYSTONE, HEIGHTS

them. A number .of women have On Saturday afternoon, March During Lent Stations of the Beverley Wilson' Carol Hansen, m. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Under 12 admitted

:.METHODS entered their work and anyone' 19, Johnny Muir son of Mr. and Cross are held at 7:30: each Mon 1 S :!\/'GlisSon, and Betty Meadows Training Union 7 p. m. Evening ADMISSION. S1.25 j. -Children

Edmund r wishing; to' enter at this time Mrs. Lew Muir celebrated his .day night, followed by pepedICtion. I! I presented a program explaning services 8 p. m. I' FREE When accompanied by parents.

must get in touch with Mrs. tenth birthday with a party for the FHA emblem. "Make church worship a family

DWYERELECTROLOGIST". William B. Dawson Immediately some of his friends at,his home.I I Due to illness, the Altar Society FFA-. members Mark Gaboardi, II affair." __ -- ,

by calling 4181. If you enjoy sewing there were games of memory ,I did! noc ''met Monday,evening but, Alvin Lilly. Winslow Frederick- --- -- -= ---

why not get in on the fun? and games of skill. There wers may do so next Monday evening. f.on. Tony Ahrano and Charles

Tel. FR 2-8039 j j There will be no charge for at- prizes for all. The birthday cake I(I Members will be notified'i by Brown served as waiters.

For Appointment j I"ndance at the show, either as vas a 6-layer Marta-Jean spe i i phone. Banquet, chairmen: .were Virginia I : ,
.
,
'I
107 W.Tnh''I'oIt'e.. Suit 204 clap Party guests, were 'Marshall j I Choir Practice is held every,, Ford Doris Fora Trudie' : ', "
i spectator or as a seamstress or i 7:30 Be I .
GAINESVILLE, FLA. I''a Beam Danny Heink, and Glenn I Wednesday at p. m. Morris and Margaret Royster. J"

model. The show will be entitled, Few. !prompt. The entire' banquet was. under s

._ Roger Smith Is TeD Too I I Keystone Personals the direction 'of Mrs. Frances
-- --- -- .__. .. Mrs Cart) WMqt 0 Wgldc ; -
afternoon., Match \-, [. 8teph nsoiv home'tc mia ,
>Saturday
,
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--'. "- ,. ....- -' -- -- _. :... Smith" son of E was visiting last 'Wednesday-:with teacher." '- '
19, Roger '
LENTEN SERVICES .iis. Madeline Smith' celebrated I I her daughters, Mrs.M. L Beasley SPACfAGE.REFRIGERATOR-.FBE.EZE.

t I11s| 1 ntNl'birthday.) '*Hh ''a party ,in Keystone H'Sfbtfoti4, .tyft, < T tNffY. EPISCOPAL

at his hom,. The boys.had.t'fine j j Gertrude Link in Lake Geneva CHURCH, MELROSE
&T. ANNE'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH Mrs. Exie Raulerson and.J Htf SPACE !
with I i I USABLE .
_,_ time on a bubble-gumhunt, mother, ,Mrs. Ruth Beasley have Sundays 10 a. m.. Church MORE
Johnny Carnes finding the most. School 11:15 a.m., Morning Pray-
Wednesday Evenings.- 7:30 P.M. ,I'returned to their home in 'Perry,
They also played game with a Sermon (First Sunday
after Mr. and Mrs. M$A ei; and.
visiting
basket ball. There were' prizes Holy Communion-6) p.m., Episcopal -i !
Marian
Beasley and daughter BUDGET PRICE
Those who helped LOW
GUEST PREACHER :or all the boys. Mrs. Ruth Beasley is Mr."BeasIIY's '- Young Churchmen.' .
Roger celebrate his birthdaywere Holy Days 10 a'. m., Holy
The Rev J. Fred DickmanH Dickie Martin, Johnny mother., Comm nion.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ryles and
Carnes Ray Williams Thomas Millard H. Breyfogle,
The, Rev.
PriesMn-Charge, Newberry & Cross City laves, Billy Belote., and Jimmy Mr. Ryles' mother. Mrs. Jerry Vicar.
Ryles of Indianapolis, Ind. spent

Wildt. two days last week with Mrs ,Jim .

The Public Is Cordially Invited Bawling Party Mrs. Ryles' aunt Mrs. E. J. Fallin, at
On Saturday March 19
Lake Geneva. They went on down
M. L. Beasley drove a group of 8t rVllUam'i Cathotto Chapel
state to tour places of Interest
youngsters! to Azalea Lanes In Keystone HtlrhtiSunday
to Indianapolis
before returning
Palatka for an afternoon of bowl- '
McKAY AT KEYSTONELAKE ing.: The girls who went with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Watkins,,. Muse at 8:30 a. m. .

Marian Beas- Mr. and Mrs. Al Watson.Mr. and I Holyday Mass at 7:00: a. m.
Airs. Beasley were '
JOHNSON' Big Sandy point, lots of waterfront. Carolyn Purdy, Julie Walk- Mrs. R. C.' Crawford. Mr: and Tuesday Mau at 8:00 a. m.
ley, Mrs. Al Nelson Mr. and Mrs..,, Confessions before all Masses
Bargain at $6430 thrown in free, furnished ramp, bleeps 12, u, Janie McMurtry Jackie Fox oi
Alex Brokas, Mr. and Mrs. B. E. :Baptisms marriages and instructions -
Anthony and Pam Thomp
deepurll, bath horXhouse. 20fJ douR, 10 yrs. to pay. Linda McKay and Mr.. and Mrs. Herbert .- by appointmeiL
son. I
Nelson were among the over
LAKE GENEVA Rt\trktt'tl lots, sandy beaches In, town. Community: [ Church News 500 persons attending the Rotary COL'\m\1n CHURCH
will hold
$3975. Other good building lots with lake view $600-41975. The Young People Convention festivities at the Rob KEYSTONE HEIGHTSDr.
March
Friday
,
Open House on
Nevi a nice home? See us, we can arrange financing with lowdown :25, at 730;; p. m. ert Meyer Hotel in Jacksonvilleon :' Albert C, Holt, Minister
afternoon and'everi- Mrs. L. Hetherington
Sunday. J.
The Pastor's Class of Instruct- I It
payment. !' Organist and Choir, Director
bn will meet again at 9:45: on I I 1g. I
Mrs. Herbert Nelson, Mrs. AuItltur Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Morning -

S. E. MCKAY, REALTOR 1 Sunday The regular March Supper 21. Meeting of I I r t Mrs. Leo Ryan LeBlanc.Mrs. Mary Mrs. Smulski Emery, I I I i Worship 11:00: aJn. i 11 jj

the Men's Club will be held on

Keystone Heights. 3071-2391-4131 Monday, March 28, at 630; P-.m- Cooper Mrs. William: Godley, 1-- ....
and Mrs. Robert Gham s. all of THE RIGHT POINT fee
Melrose GRanite; 5-2968 The speaker: will be ,Gordon E. fttr
St. William's congregation attended I : : :
-, Baker a retired official for of Cu-the the NCCW Deanery meet- i way you write. COme In and 180I
Corporation
JnitedFruit
.Cuban Ing In Jacksonville on Wednesday -I Sect your f favorite ESTEBBROOK
He will speak on
Situation ba. Today." Mr, Baker hasa 'March 16. Luncheon was at I I Fountain Pea. TELEGRAPH.- ,
> c' Club on RiversideAve. I
n a Master's Degree In Education.' the Garden

and is also a Civil Engineer, He' ., after which elections were

1t has traveled extensively through' held.Mrs. !
Central America and in the Arthur Ryan was the Health FactsIn
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Le-
South American countries, and
Blanc at Holiday Inn In Gainesville ..
speaks Spanish fluently. Mr. & Model! $:T12
March 18. that
Club's on Friday spite of all the changes
of the
Baker is an uncle
Friends of Larry Walrath, Jr., .goon in this changing world the
E. Baker.: The usable
President William makes Inch
Q LITHE O Nightengale Circle with Mrs. D. regret to hear of the death of r fact[ still remains that spinal mlSl 'Space Age design every

mother, Mrs. Jean Glass nerves and
chairman his l alignments compress
L. Thompson. Jr., as BIG 12.1
Walrath, of, Gainesville. Funeral obstruct the flow of vital nerve
will serve the dinner.
the services were held in the JonesJohnson ,force to any organ. If the lung
The General Meeting of I MAGNA-SEAL CU. FT. SIZE
DIFFERENCEIS at
Church Women will be on April Chapel Gainesville nerve: Is compressed the flow of NEW

I IN YOUR FAVOR 4, at 6:30: p. m.Night This Supper will be an-In 3 with p. m.burial on Thursday in Gainesville, March 11'1 I:lung vital disease nerve' force,follows.is reduced If the liver ana DOOR SEALS-IN COLD

Family
other
and the green Cemetery. Mrs. Walrath is;, nerve is compressed liver disease 288.88tHlE14AU.YI
that the men
order I'
also have the survived by two sons a daugh,i.I'will follow.
young people may
when )'ou'spend what is left AFTER opportunity of hearing Dr. and t t r. three brothers and three;I I I Only correction of th tcOIIlpressf.d'nerve -

SAVING, instead of saving what is left after Mis. Eugene KeUersberger, world sisters. can restore* health. Tnlsj "'j
for : is the work of skillfully WITH TRADE
authorities on work lepers your _
EPISCOPAL _
spending. ST. ANNE'S .
Dr. Kellersberger will show colored trained'Chlropractor.

Decide how much you are going to save each slides from all over the Sundays CHUBCH- ,9:30 KEYSTONE a. m, Church : Chiropractors today are reqUired NO PAYMENT TILL; JUNE!
and Mrs Kellersberger will to take the,*ame basic .science :
world ; .
in -
pay-day, then deposit this fixed sum your medical work among School 9:30 a.m., Morning; Prayer I examination as MJX's and. Osteo- : '
the "
talk
savings account FIRST. It's the one sure on 'and Sermon (1st Sunday, Holy 'I. ':
the the :paths before they can receive a '
After program. i :"
way to reach your' goal Why not open a lepers.women will hold a short business Communion). 6 pm. Episcopal license to practice ; ;>' "V/e Service Everything We Sell"

savings account i fit your friendly bank today? meeting. Young Churchmen f Chiropractic, restores health at. ,

The Executive Board of the Holy Days -7:30 ajiL. Holy I ter everything else has,tatled.I -
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THE KEYSTONE STATE 'BANK March Churchwomen 28 at 1:30 will p. meet m. in the on Communion.Covered Third Dish Wednesday Supper' -6 or Parish 6:30 I Visit the ..REDFEARN'SPHONE"4252

educational building.At Dr. H...G. Bollinger .

Member F.D.I.C. the Family Night Supper ,pjn.The. Rev. Millard H. Breyfofcle, CHIROPRACTIC' OFFICE

last week two couples were hon- ,. Phone WO'4-2881 Keystone Heights
> 9391
., A Friendly Bank in a Friendly Community Vicar. ', or
Mr.' and Mrsrj t .. "
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lie slope Heights, Fla. Harrison Wagner, whbj .
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PAGE EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, noRmA. ,.,, .:_ :..... _. .:.... ._ -TIICl'SlAYi_1L!IiCIi 24, I860
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TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTYTTTTYYTTTYYTTTYYY A Ghost. A 1 1be I ir.2 with Sunday School at 10:15: Sunday afternoon. .

asked at the Supt. 'Henry .Bryant. in chargemorning : ; Mr. and, Mrs. ,Maripn, Higgin
NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED who do not worship at 11:30, ser botham and children of Mac-

CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYBy Scholarship :ran by Rev. George W. Lee pastor clenny were supper guests'of Mr. 01t
On March 15 !of Antioch and Calvary Churches. and Mrs.. Leslie Sweat last
Ozora Shell "examination k I Al 3 p. m. The Federation o fI .Thursday evening. ;
partment of I Churches was theld at Keystone Sorry to learn 'that Mrs. J.. 'D. : ,, ; A -I
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-------------r---------- -- I by Supervisor, I Heights, Pleasant Grove Baptist Bell has been 111 for a couple of '" _

Slid-tt'inter Conference very anxious 'to., complete. Let's ,Elementary Church. Rev. J. C. Wise pastor. weekswith the flu and do wish r :], ::.",., -
The Fourth Division of The turn out in large numbers and I' irg persons took IA I: total of $54 was raised. The her a speedy recovery.Joe eta > fbSr'rtt
American Legion Post and Auxi- help them. Don't forget to visit I amination: Mrs. I Federation! is still open for new Hammond County Coni- = ,:..: ."
iary w.ill hold its annual MidC'nfercnce -i our; sick members: Miss Irene I shall. Gloria church memberships according to missioner, John H. Crosby Du- :-4i:,.,,:""
on Sunday, March 27, Thomas and Miss Jessie Mae Se- Marshall and I Rev. Robinson, president The val County Engineer and L- D. l 1\ ':; ;:. j
in Newberry. The meeting is well. Mrs. W. Brooks will serve son Mrs. Annie i i next meeting will be held at Howell, Right of Way Attorney, '
scheduled for 10 a. m. with Mrs. 9. hostess for the next meeting.All to qualify for !Ebenezer on the third Sunday''In all of Jacksonville and Herbert
Carrie Strong -president of the members are urged to attend this fall.County April. The Federation anniversary Coleman. Chairman of the. Baldwin I e c
Auxiliary, and Robert Mobley.,0.that you may get first-hand i will begin Monday night City Council met' with a ,
Com. in; charge. Miss Gwen I information about the Easter;( Friday April after the second Sunday in April. group of Maxville citizens last II .
dolyn Marshall, oratorical contestant ';Tea and Parade and the Club i County Colored All members are asked to see Monday night to discuss the possibilities .
for the division, will address Anniversary.. R. Jenkins, report ation will meet Brother Jerry. Clark and 'day of purchasing the right-
the group. She will be the mentary School, your assessment for the State of-way for 4-laning Highway 301 1r \ Y-
winner ,of.$50 in cash from the Fiesta Club 2 p. m. Mrs. S. Convention in West Palm Beach from the Clay County line''to
Fourth Division as well as $50 The regular social meeting oft : as hostess; after the first Sunday in Ai>iil. Baldwin., I
from.Jhe local'Post and Auxiliary I ::; Fiesta Club will be held Sat- !'president, will Help your favorite .contestant ,Mrs. Florence Parrish has returned -
314 of Starke. President L. M. urday, March 26, at the old bers are asked We regret the recent illness of from a 4 day visit- with
Royal and ,Commander Julius Wateroak School. President Ethel. plans will be lOur faithful choir member, and friends and relatives in Augusta,
Royal >'is asking as. many members Younge asks all members to be to the Florida I.president of the Pastor's Aid Ga,; '"
"rff the local-group as possible present not later than 8:30: p. m.,Association that Club, Sister Ranell English. Sheis Little Mike Mize, son of Mr. .3
to o attend this very import- I Mr. and Mrs. John Cummings Miami April still under the care of the :and Mrs. Kelley Mize, won a

ant n eting. Plans will also be will be in charge of social'courtesy. -I Planning Ahead doctor. We are pleased to hote nice tent last week on the RangerHal .,. liThe new Ford Sfarfiner was built and powered to be the
made at this meeting for the A committee report will be The fourth that Sister'Elouise Hawkins and T. V. program. .
State Convention, delegates will node by Clarence DeSue chair- I'I classes taught little Taleda Elaine are doing S. P. Waller of Jacksonville .: '.. finest performer FORD ever made. We invite you to enjoy
be elected Come and vote for s I I man. Plans are being made for E Roberts had fine. She expects to resume broke his foot on Monday whileat "
!
your choice of representatives. the group to visit several churches Tallahassee church activities very soon- work. We wish him a speedy .j the experience of driving it"-YOUR FORD DEALER _

-Pauline ""Marshall reporter. > that include: Mt. Moriah :Me- monstrations Staff reporter. recovery. r.- "
Carnation Club I tnodist Church, Ebenezer Baptist have changed Antioch Baptist 'Church, Rev. Sony to hear that little Don- IT you're hankering for the sweetest performance engine that says "yes" when you say "go.
of the Church, Pleasant Grove Methodist would like 'to George Lee pastor, held serviceson na Faye Higginbotham. daughter you've ever experienced, this is for you :. the We're talking about the optional Thunderbird
The regular meeting and make it
I and only 1960 Ford Starliner. 352 Special V$ to eten.more
of I and Antioch Baptist. A city of the Sunday night The sermon of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Higgin one
home
club was held at the with Ford Cruisc-O-
there'sroom it's teamed
Beneath that nal"dtop.roofline, spectacular<< ,
Mrs. Brooks, president, with Mrs.! visit one time each year to the ington. D. C- was delivered by Rev. Willis, botham; is ill this week. for six strapping,racy, folks j.. and sheer deMane Drive!
of the members is apart to go, if Missionary for Mt. Sinia Missionary Mr.. and Mrs. Rufus Chance !
President churches
hostess. will win
Gladys Blye as gance m the smart interiors that over Why not letjour Fort Dealer rzghl1lowJthe
Brooks 'asks aU members to I of the club program. We closes for the Baptist Association. All members visited in Jacksonville Sunday most discriminating. As for comfort, there's '
worship with Freewill Baptist I have one sick member Mrs. Edna ents are being are asked to attend serviceon with Mr, and Mrs A. C. Andrewsand a new 5-foot-wide tread beneath that makes SPECIAL SPRING, SHOWING I
Church on Sunday at 3 p. m. The! Baker, who is in the Bradford chaperones and the first Sunday and bring an Mrs. Jennie :Stubbs. \ this the smoothest, loveliest-riding car' in all SPECIAL SPRING DEALS IN THE WHOLE
invitation has been extended by! County Hospital. She is doing teachers. She extra dollar to help the pastor go Mrs. Dorothy Waters and Ford history. .i. k. WONDERFUL'NEW WORLD OF FORDSI I :0'
Mesdames Blye and Prince,I fine and expects to be home soon. pal Thompkins to the State Convention in West family had as ,their guests last ,, And, just for you : :. : beneath that road- t
members of our club. If you cannot All members are asked to visit Shell to Palm Beach. He will. be accom- week, Mrs. Waters' sister Mrs. hugging, safety-vision hood ,:you've got an
\ attend, you know the policy, her. -P. Cummings, reporter. Further: plans panied by Rev. Alphonso Jenkins L. L. Strange of Miami and her FORO
nearby member i I later. I Sri;, former pastor. All auxiliaries II son, Jimmie Barker, who is homeon _. \:
so please see a Senior Class Play I ', ,. .4
i Plan now to of__ the_ church____ such as the Sunriay leave from Adeh Alaska. .... ,.. y *,
i n. ----- --- I
and ask that in Don't the senior class no -C----l: '
they
carry you forget
_ I ativity School, Choir, Pastors Aid Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Higginboth b> ,.,
their "Pocketb ok." They have aI play tonight at RJE. A mystery a 3.1'v"S'0 .; F'l Yeo con get At 10"t t o
am
dsrson Junior Club, Ushers are asked to give a and, children spent the week oPh.nolgIN toiMperformonct jr,
building program that they are comedy in three acts: "Host To start June'13. donation to the pastor as 'this end in St. Augustine with Mrs. -- ---f=' e = tad Sunliiwr.coiwtrtibU., i ie the I'40

Certificates will be a very expensive meet- Higginbotham's sisters and their
; ". : : : :.- "- -'-' the instructors ing.-Mrs. Arata Williams reporter families.Mr. F.O.A.F.

'tifIIitiJ FEORtD"A I I'I ;.' QU.NI.IES'; even more : and Mrs. Hance Sweat of FORO-TJw Fined Fords of a lifth'im "Ea' FALCON-Th N.W-.U.! Ford m THUKDCRBIRD-rh.\ Wards.Mod, Wanted C rr n
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3' ; aid and Hospitalized Macclenny visited'here Sunday

o._. ._ ._ ._ .. '-' -, -- -.- _H' will last two Harrington Chandler, local with Mr. and Mrs. Riley Rho- -If you're interested in an A-l Used Car, be sure lo see your Ford Dealer-,
CHURCH citizen and employee of the Sea- den.Little: e
New Hope board R. R is still convalescing Miss Connie Higginbotham -
'I WAKULLA Rev. L. W. at Doctor's Hospital on W. Can was ill and unable to attend TERWILLEGA.R MOTORS
hold Sunday Street. According to recent .reports school: last Friday, but is better
I COUNTY hour with he is doing fine and expects now.Mr. I
Seat charge. Pray to return home soon. and Mrs. George Johnson ,
County covery of our Friends are invited to visit and and family of Jacksonville were I 206 W MADISON ST. --- STARE FLA.Don't .
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iwfordville 111 for over shower him with cards. dinner guests of Mr and Mrs. l I . .

lined to his Fire ShowerA Doss Higginbotham and family ./ - _. .. : ,;; ..._- ..
Green is also shower will be held for the I Sunday'. I
v fa5 your prayers Jackson family whose home was Mrs. Nettie Mae Padgett and i
_ ians 'and good recently completely destroyed Py: daughter, Gay, of Middleburg :
ford County fire. The shower will he held at I were dinner guests of Mr. and : BLAMES
shut-in. -Leola the home of Mrs. Ollie'Mae Cummings -i Mrs Harry Padgett and family I

Allen Chapel 703 Florida Street on Friday Sunday.
7 Rev. L. A. at 7 p. m.All persons "in the I We are glad to see another -
come home going up in Maxvi11 Them I
have regular community are invited to I .. .
a starting with and bring whatever you B.IA I st recent being that of Mr. YOURCOrrespondE '

10: 'a. m. We donation of over $7 was collected, !and Mrs. Buddy Bradshaw, next ...
door to Mrs. Bradshaw's parents, :
of
illness our at Ebenezer Baptist Church last -
Thomas s -? but s I Mr. and Mrsl'D.: : J. Tarrish. -
: Sunday for the family. Any help Glad to : iitA
the help of the see Harry Padgett up
Excellent fishing and hunting attract many touriststo Choir .will haveN you may be able to give this and out again after having beenill
Wakulla County. In fact, commercial fishing and family will be greatly appreciatedMAXVILLE all of last week.
tourists comprise the main source of income...in addi-, all day under Mrs..
Cora Hodges of Jacksonville
tion to agriculture and timber. Most of the county's Mrs. N. L. P .. *. -
r..rnr.rrrrrrrrrr rv
was a Sunday guest pf Mr.
293,900 acres of forest lands are embraced by the Apa- are asked to see
lachicola National Forest. Enormous Wakulla Springs is do your full and Mrs. 'Leslie Sweat and fam- MESSAGE TO READERS OF THE TELEGRAPH IN

a world-wide attraction. It boils up from limestone formations I -E.,-- J.- Givens. : ily.Mrs. COMMUNITIES NOW REPRESENTED BY A REGULAR
than four -
and covers an area of more acres. New Bethel Junior Goolsby and son,
Some sources claim this famous spring inspired the name Willie, have returned to their CORRESPONDENT.
Indian word Rev. A. B. By Mrs. C. B. Nolan
"WakuUa" meaning "mystery" gular services home in Baldwin after spendinglast

In progressive Wakulla County, and throughout with Sunday : UAAAAAAAAAVAA/UAAALALA week with Mrs. Goolsby's
Florida, the United States Brewers Foundation works Supt. Milton 'Ell ; Baker-IIigffinbotham mother Mrs Leslie Sweat and J From time to time our attention has been called to the fact
constantly to maintain the sale of beer and ale under family, while her
husband
pleasant orderly conditions. Believing that strict law morning A wedding of interest to a was that a reader has been puzzled or "miffed" by having an
on a business trip to Los Angeles,
_': enforcement serves the best interest of the people of 'evening worship wide circle of friends was .that Cal. item omitted from the news of his community. There are
Florida, the Foundation stresses close cooperation with. Spring Rally of Miss Gloria Higginbotham. of> ,
4 the Armed Forces law enforcement and governing of. .throughout the Jacksonville, daughter of Mrs. .TTYYYTT.YYYTTT .Y9 m. of course, good reasons for the omission and it is not

ficials. ,ho have not Leslie Sweat of Maxville to the fault 'of the correspondent who is doing his or her best
do so. The rally Tommy Baker, son of Mrs. R. S ,
I tttVtrited; <1' State Breuert provement of Brooks, of Groveland. The wed-I NORTH SIDEBy to report the significant new}. In 9 cases out of 10, whenan
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Foundation
Marshall,
".'..- !i:: 203 Florid No Maw. D.".Ssn4iil ...> Ebenezer : 'ding, March was solemnized 19, at the on Methodist Saturday Mrs. John CowartAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4AA item is omitted it is due to lack of sufficient' space to include
e
: 4rtoor o. Orl o rlarida E. D. Robinson i'I Church in Kingsland, Ga. fYI everything'that is submitted Ina given week..

munion services I Rev Smith. The bride's moth, Mrs. Nealy Carter visited her
Mrs. Sweat and her sister,'bf s daughter, Mrs.
Mocas and infant
THE TELEGRAPH HAS
Alene Sweat. and Mrs. Virginia: son in Jacksonville last Sunday NOW ALMOST 20 CORRESPONDENTS

No "menfcould Peck of .Jacksonville accompanied afternoon. Both are doing fine. WRITING FROM COMMUNITIES IN A 50
paV them.A Mrs; Sarah Alvarez and daughter -
MILE AREA FROM MELROSE TO BALDWIN.
wedding supper was served Betty Sue Matthews, of
at the home of Mr. and Mrs Gainesville visited relatives in

.'< be strongereven was Leslie served Sweat to and Mr. and wedding.Mrs.cake Baker .this section. Ole Mae Sunday Sapp afternoon.Mrs. and Therefore, in order to give SOME space to each of these
son
Mrs. Peck Mr. and ,Mrs. Charles, Mr. and Mrs. Harold communities, it is necessary for us to. omit at times a lesser

if carved -. Mr.Seatv and Alene Mrs. and Rudy_Helen Higginbothcm Sweat-, Alvarez Gregory and visited sons Mr., Jimmy and Mrs.and i important. item of personal news. We want to continue

and daughter, Robin, and Mr; Charles Bostick in Gainesville giving your community good presentation\ in The Telegraph

Willie.and Mrs. Junior Goolsby and Sunday afternoon. each week, and will do so within. the limitations of
from solid rock I uThe Elzie BUllard and family of I
bride was, born ,and reared Broxton Ga. visited their son-in- time and space. .
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vin Maxville. attended Duval law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
I County schools and is presently: i ,
Blaine Thompson in Lawtey last
employed at Allen's Drug Store i ii Friday. In this age of the automobile, frequent visits to nearby
That's wry modern concrete pavement being used on mite after i o Jacksonville. Mr. Baker was nephew .
Groveland Friends of Cecil Padgett towns or cities are no longer the "big news" they were before
born and reared in
Mrs. John Cowart, will
of
of your new Interstate System wtti outlast aQ others...give the and graduated from the Grove- be> glad to know that he is re- hard ,roads made it possible for people, to get around and

est aS-weather driving comfort and safety ever known. land cveral High years School.: in the After U. S.serving Nay covering Bradford after County undergoing Hospital surgeryin last visit like they do today. Therefore, your newspaper has had

he is now employed with General Saturday. to "cut down" on items concerning shopping trips to neighboring -

Electric making in their Jacksonville.home hiJack Theyare Church All workers..Notes 'are asked, to at- I cities; Sunday visits between folks of t the same community

sonville. tnd the Vacation Bible School or nearby communities; ,visits, that are so regular as

:. f New .ArrivalsMr. and Mrs. Willie Godwin oinlc Madison; Friday Street at 7:30 Baptist p. m.Church in the to become routine; minor illnesses; attendance at nearby

aimounce.the,arrival of a daugher. \- Starke. The Associational Mass churches or entertainments; long lists. : of guests at parties,
I
s,:. Jeanne Marie, born March Meeting .will. be held at 7:30 p. reuiiions. of
F -.. '. 15 in Bradford County Hospital. I m. Thursday in Beulah Baptist course, guests that
Mrs. Godwin is the former Gloria .Cll fcb. New River Associational come from long distances.

Cannon. !Brotherhood will meet with
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene English i Fri
Hampton Baptist Church on.
ale the proud parents of a 'day March 25,_at 7 p. m. A fish We are just as interested in you y and cur activities as ever,

daughter, Patricia' Jean, born fry Will be enjoyed. before the But we thought that an understanding of the problems" we
Marc!., ,15 ,in. Bradford County meeting. Featured speaker will f
Hospital Mrs. English is'the former t be Cecil, Carrol of Jacksonville. are up p against in reporting the happenings of 18 communities

Merle Higginbotham. Still on the sick list are BU3 would help you in submitting your items to the corres
Mr. and Mrs. ,Kenneth Manning Viola Suggs, Carolyn and
4 Sapp.
announce. the arrival of ,a Midge Brown. Carrie Norman, pondent. Your cooperation will be greatly appreciated and
e SJD, .David Deer, on March 8 in Shuford, arid 'Mr. Tittle. '
George enable newsier
will to give Interesting and
us you a more
St. Vincent's Hospital, JackSon' THose who were back In serr.ces ;- ,' ,

ille. c. last Sunday after being ill better eaited'newspaper..
F Qulin R faIathas: returned were Verda Johns, Jimmy and
ter home from a week's visit with Gregory Alvarez Shirley Gas-

ills family.in Ruby, S. C. tins.: ,Vada Suggs Sherry Ann

FOt Mi0N1rAY! NNrM A iOYSf Mi. 'and Mrs- James Womack rid Orene Cowart.-- Tie BRADFORD COUNTY TElffiRAPH
and daughter; Debbie Sue harp

PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION esq. rEturned home from a visit with .. .
1612 East Colonial Drive, Orlando Florida relatives in Texas. THE RIGHT rOINY for tin YOUR COMMUNITY NEWSPAPER SINCE 1879
;, iSfcefod oqu@itis to Implore get extent tM Bstt'ot gncnte "Mr. IM Mrs, Cee Woods .of way you write. Come In and M.fectjour .
.'. favorite ESTERBROOH .. - '--- .
[- I'I-:! Macclenny were visitors of Mfe ; ct. '"' '- .. -. -' --- -
and Mrs Leslie Sweat and'family contain, Pen TEfXQI\. I _n, ._ ,_ . .. : ,' : :_ :_ _: i .:7
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yyyy... tTtTTTtTTTrrrrt won by Mrs Guy Harren and Mrs. Jane Tate of. Gainesville, remained with her grandparents. QUANTITY BLUE -RIBBON T'tP'TOP-QUALITY -
Mrs. Ernest EdwardS: Mr. and Mrs. Jack Register and ter the weekend. HEAVY WESTERN MATURED, BEEF
BROOKER The gift and service table were Mrs. Betty Haltiwanger .of Jack- Miss Linda Sue Thomas and RIGHTS /
overlaid with white lace over a sonville. Miss Kay Emerson of Bland were RESERVED
J' Barbara ;green foundation and centered Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Dukes and .Sunday guests of Miss Elaine
Sue Davis
By
.... with white gladioli.Refreshments daughter Diane of Lake Butler Crosby in Starke. v Chuck c
'. &AA A&&A&&AAA&&&&&& of caKe topped were Wednesday night guests of : Mr. and Mrs.. Woodrow Thomas
.: with dainty' Easter baskets of Mr. and Mrs,. T. W. Markey. and Mrs. Groover Thomas were
I ,8ridal Shower Honorslleverly coconut and centered with tiny Mrs. Bedia Connely of Hague the Friday guests of Mr. and Mrs. "
Ann Green eggs salted nuts candy mints were Thursday guest of her sisters 'Bill Genovar in Gainesville. Mrs.. LB
,PinK, white and green colors and punch were served by the :Mrs. Mattie .Sowells and :Groover Thomas remained with
4 corated the community centerlist hostesses. Mrs. J. T. Parrish. Mrs. Kin's. Rosie Kelley. .her children for the weekendlMisses 1 Roast
"' Saturday night at a miscelneous D. E. Nettles, Mrs..W. D Andrews Mr. and Mrs, T, W. Markey Virginia Register and .
shower honoring Miss Mrs. S. E. Kelly. Misses Helen were in .Gainesville several days. Norma Padgett. John Register, ,
:Beverly Ann Green bride elect Kelley, Virginia Pamsh, Lucretia last week on business. Azie Lee Padgett, Coy Edwards, E I
o00S' n QUALITY
TIP TOP
s RIBBON
9f. Charles Otto Welch and BLUE
Combee and Shirley Green. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Crosby and and T. B. Pinholster attended the
Daughter of Mr. and .Mrs. R. H. Miss Green received many Mrs. H. P. Gainey were in Gainesville sing Sunday at Mt. Horeb "'" HEAVY WESTERN MATURED BEEF
Green Jr. lovely and useful gifts. Tuesday'on business and Church. l
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i f'As guests arrived they register- Visiting the.J.. H. Sullivan were luncheon guests of Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Sullivan
ed' in'a bridal book:: presided over Mack Collins and Mr. and Mrs. guestsof
family over the weekend were and children were Sunday
C
I by,Miss Shirley Green. R. G. Crosby in Fairbanks. Mrs. Hazel Hart in Cross City
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t,games, were played, by the 75 Harry Sullivan of Atlanta. Ga.
Mr. Sullivan
and Mrs. E. W. Hodges'Jr. Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
''guests I present and prizes were Logan Sullivan of Toledo Ohio. and children bf Americus, Ga., and children of Jacksonvillewere
!!' Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sievers and weekend''gtiests. of "Mr. :and .
t', r son, Martin, and Mr. and .Mrs. Mrs, J. H. Sullivan. LB -
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#-"<'>: Rodney Belcher of Jacksonville, .
: end Mr and Mrs. Carl Edwards .YY..Y..YYYYYY..TYYYY., .
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,, and children of Gainesville were 1E M
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-/'v weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs.E. PINELEVEL' tc- ,

\41\ W. Hodges Sr. f .... 320 S. WALNUT ST. S -
Mrs. J.. T. Parrish of Starke Mrs. H. M. McRae .
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and sister of Palatka visited theE
uiuu.uu.uuu.ua a C
;.W. Hodges'Sr: family Saturday j ., krnuuII l6 : ,
1I night There was a good attendance at
Mr. and Mrs.: Archie Waters of Pine Level Baptist Church last
Worthington Springs visited her Sunday. Rev. W. E. Hall, pastor I
sister, Mrs. Mamie Hodges Friday brought the message. / r
'lTV night of last week. :Mrs. O. E. Crosby and Mrs. 0.S. S C MELLOW AGE
1F
I / Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Overturfof Crosby and children, Stevie and D E .
Tampa were weekend guestsof Speedy of Raiford were visitors of D
CHEESE
her parents. Rev. and Mrs. L. the H. M. and O. W. McRae fami-
'? L. Parker. lies Friday night. Saturday visi-

..:;. Mrs. J. T. Sowells was in Ocala tors were Mrs. Lavon Crosby Miss .
SPREAD
... .. on business Saturday and also Gloria Crosby, Mrs. B. M. 'McRae
attended the banquet honoring and Mrs. F. L. Conners of Jack
:*-. Lindsey of Belk Lindsey on sonville. Sunday afternoon visitorswere
4ti his: 25th year: in business held in Mrs. T. N.,Norman, Mrs.: .. ,,I Ocala Monday night. C. Sapp and son Joe Allen of lOAFE
ttve.. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd of Jack- Heilbronn Springs Mrs. Joe Sher-:
sonville were Monday guests of rill and daughters Ann and Bar- FRESH CAUGHT
i the W. E. Bigham family and bara of Starke.L. '
( TIRELESS: TRUEAi&iyferrcOTa _/ their son Craig visited'with John A. Crosby. has the foundationlaid \ OR COLONIAI.
rt. Davis and other friends at Starke for their new home, andlthe S SHRIMP
school timber ready to take to the saw 4
IcIilemasterSfes Cries Senfckft. ; ,
Y Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bigham Jr. ,mill. They hope to be ready to 417
.last and last_and last;;; and son Billy were' in Alabamaon start laying block in about two LB 59:1Iij
.. r business two days this week. weeks.
Tube- beless.. new ,Milema seer;tires are .i Those visiting Mr. and Mrs. N. Mrs. .Shirley Mae Barber and S

,pound for pound stronger than steel. ;'resist 1.z J. Davis during the week were family of East ,Point spent, last : Winter Garden Frozen
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Davis and Mr. week with Mr. and Mrs. Robert f. 3 -
10' heat,blowouts,breaks.**cushion'yourjide and and Mrs. J. R. Davis and son Ed- Starling. Visitors of Mr.and Mrs. wp taD. CHICKEN

',. reduce squealing,too!Yet they're priced amaz.' ward of Waldo and Mr. and Mrs. Starling this week are Mrs, .G. BEEF TURKEY
L. A. Davis and son Terrell of Turner and son, Warren of Deland.
ingly low.for,such quality! Gainesville., Mr. and Mrs. Grady Nettles of Pot Pies

;!.. Se ,\ \Week Miss Ruby Stokes and Mrs. H. Waycross, Ga. were recent visitors .,
6 :,: I
I" E. Stokes attended the big meet- of Mrs. Alma Starling. .,

:.' You Can't Buy Better Tire to Save Your Life!' ing at Sunday Emmus church They visited in Jacksonville Mr.- FAITH BAPTIST, CHURCH' $ 6 9 9 t

and chil- Lawtey
and Mrs.' Harvey Fipps
i \ S.ILC'OX'T A. E. Massey Pastor <: ..
dren,before returning home-
1 ) Bible school, 10 a. m. .
of
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Algerine Lloyd Gainesville .
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Preaching, ,11 a, m.
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was the Sunday guest of his mother -
Evening Service 7:30: p. m.': ..
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Mrs. Viola Gillis. :
T C1TIES@SERVICE! Mrs. Bishop Thomas, and children Bible Study and Prayer Meet' It -
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tag, 7:30: pm.,* Wednesday.
.' Goldie and Dewitt, visited Radio program, 8 to 8:30: ,a. S' ,t. )1J House
jf*: 705 ,Temple Ave. Starke, FIa.r1.1. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. n. each Sunday over station
Lewis,Saturday. in Starke. Goldie WRGn, Starke.. .
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Loans and Discounts :.; 1,562,639.93

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Banking House, Furniture & Fixtures to 13127.16 U 1
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Other Real Estate Owned "' 3.6 600.00 .
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:Prepaid Expenses +' ", .i; .O' 1,595.68 0D .

Accrued Interest and Income Receivable 15,167.02 _____ / .
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U. S. Government Securities ,048,818.26'X

Fla. County & Municipal 'Bonds 314850.10 {- A it 4 T C \ fOUND LIMIT-CAN! 9 fl C

Other State & Municipal Bonds 188,118.74 WITH $5.00
FOOD ORDER
Cash oil Hand & Due From Banks 209,584,33 2,776,598.45 U8nLU


TOTAL *' 4; 4i390,561.22 :, GIANT


'"fl.. '." ....'V'*, ., '' .,."...." ..<'.t':....'...,.'., Liabilities' .. .v ,: _' ::''.'':,! ."<....-*4 r.. :,:'.">.*;.:...:'.: '. \ .! :'.. FA B O r R1-1 S 0 FOOD WITH UMIT-1 PKC ORDER$S-00 49c



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Capital Stock 150,000.00 :'i. -. ':- .NEW. DELICIOUS. PURE GOLD,CUP ,
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Surplus 1 .. \ 'j 225,000.00 : .

Undivided Profits. 29,457.53 ,, STR AWBERRYPRESERVES IJCoz

Reserved for Contingencies 138. ,711.79. 543,169.32


Reserve for Taxes; Interest, Etc. 36,667.16 \

Interest & Income Collected, Not Earned \. 42,950.24 :

Dividends Declared, Not Yet Payable .. '!:-', '. : : ,020.00Other AR
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LiabilitiesDeposits ;" -

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_I .!:.\GE' TEN : CRAUFOBD COUNTY TELEGRAPH- : '- sf AJIKE;-. FLOKH" . TlIlTJt8DAY... -31.UtCU :S4, 1UG9
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. r____: '_ I I sssS-S I ,-g-g-g-ssrre-rrs-rsss., -V ..V,,. .JJ. Jj the members to t.:'patients. nuttee for'.. ..preparations-. for ,the t XOTICB'tii IXT'RXTIOX TO"M.IKE the_ 'affairs 4 : .,of"- mi' districtand. the'. They- did"- not-"-let'.me down.", -- I do not- qualifications and will deeply appreciate -

I Home Demonstration I Another Project supper are .E. L. Birt and Lester j j' APPL1CATIOKOR! PISLI : -1 cannty as a whole Your vote and I feel like letting them down with- "your vote and support onMay
: 'W1SCHARGB support will be. appreciated.Se .-)\1{ giving Ult another" chance. Your :3. .
I fZ The Home Demonstration Slsde. tin C.urtog thr Cooalr. J.. f'. I b r D. Goodman vote and support and confidence' '. W. E. Lawson
Notes Council collected a larg sack of I Hampton Baptist Church will I Bradt.rtf. c.t,.. I me on May 3 will be highly honor- I -
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lt I.:,.$''iin' .f. Pi..j4a.. 1|i FOR TAX COLLECTOR ffl ana deeply appreciated. I FOR .CHtCL1T JUDGE
used Christmas cards to send to observe r.- '
1.1 Homecoming Sunday, .
IS Tcthe citizens ,
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PROBATE I ; of Bradford Tours i hereby! announce my candidacy
. : byDOROTHY the Sunland Training Center In April 3. with "dinner on the IB re- the .E<:ta'feof County: !!. A. Lawson fur the ..0Ull'eof Circuit Judge of
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XC; L.'WALIandMfltA I Y-->nr' support I. earnestly reQuafhted Kighth'Judicial Circuit of FlorIda -
:' S ROSS Gainesville. The children in the ground": and an afternoon song 11:..WALL Decasd.'r : in my campaign for N- FOR SHERIFF Group 1. Your vote and sop-
I : \.. : J Home Demonstration AgentMore institution use the cards in sErvice: In addition to' the regular ALL.. TVirpM 1 JT MAY COX- MtMHion as Tax 'Collector Bradford BRADFOUD COUNTY port will appreciated..
;ckItNotIev County. I appreciate this opportun. THOMiS BROOKS JONKS.
their recreation ,
and art programs Sunday School hour at 10 a. 1
; la herebygiven! that ifar- ity to be of service to the peopleof I hereby announce -
Meals From MeatA I be I gauged. Mark with thumb jm., worship service at 11 a. in.; ,jhl 9 Tl"all" lxa; filed bis final Bradford County, and pledge I my candidacy I FOR COf.\TY COMMISSIONER
meat demonstration showing where the meat comes on the i District Demonstration Day Draining union at 7 p, m. and port ;a*. Iittratorot the' ff'j j'myself to conduct the affairs of i for Sheriffof I DISTRICT 0\K
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:I tn of MurtaK.. Wall and as the office with courtesy .and efflien Bradford County I wish tp announce my candidacy
how to use your meat dollars j thermometer so as to know how i Girls! who were accompanied evening worship at 8 p. m. This 'iitor. cf the" Will ;of W. U Wall..''.- <-v. Your vote on. May..3 win be 1 ,I II subject to the for -eieftioa alt- County Cominis-
mere wisely and how to get more | by the agent Saturday to Green first Sunday in April will be the debased. ; that he has filed his Pt'u-l I 1-eIy appreflate4. will of the voter si'jiur, District One countyatlarjf -
from |i deep to insert the thermometer lion--forfinal' discharge, and that .- Yours sine.rely. in May Democratic *. I have tried to serve you
thesis meat was given Cove to in i first for the '
Springs participate time change for ;
V i : no wll.apply. to'the Honorable J. R. Kelly Primaries.I \\'.'ll and faithfully in the past and
March 17 in the court room of'. in the meat. District. Demonstration' Day were j evening services, now at 6:3Q' and: Tfieron.A. A. Yawn. Cmraty .Judge *f -.......- earnestly solicit if honored by re-election to this
.11' the courthouse sponsored by the j: Bake at 300 degrees F. all wIng Kathy Jones and Carol Jean : 7:30 p. m. H1dfor0e'ouIjtT.! Florida; on the FOR SHERIFF j your vote" and H-sition of.trust. Twill continue my
I i IHndijr.of; April; 1984. for'spproraV- In placing- myi,candidacy for reeleetion -I 1 promise to perform efforts 11' behalf of the people of
Agricultural Extension Service 20 minutes per pound of Mosley of Lawtey. Carolyn Chil- .W P. McElroy- pastor of the I nfI''DIP".. "apd for final discharge as before th- citizens of !, the' duties of i.iy district and the entire county
with Miss Dorothy Ross, Home :meat son and Linda Cox of Starke. I muich, is teaching a study AJministratyr the estate :'of KYadford County I would like to'' the Sheriffs of. Your favorable consideration and
When done, the thermom- Nbirta fc W .U and Executor of th* renew my pledge to give the j>eo- fice in an efficient vote ')n May 3 will be greatly ap
Demonstration/ Agent. I ieter i should have I There were 110 girls present I course at the Waldo Baptist .Wilt-: 'lft... I,. Wall.. deceased, on pit the highest type of law euforreiitent businesslike prN'iatedrHAROLn
..... Dr-: Robert Reddish. Associate :i reached 185 or from the surrounding counties church on Monday, Tuesday this1 third day of March 160.Ili.AjW .- personnel and equipment manner. I hope -K. NORMAN
-- Animal Husbandman with the 190 degrees. You will have a nice demonstrations :I: this C Wali) Administrator. with a minimum of expense to : J<1t 1 an ,meet each and
: who gave on Wednesday and. Thursday I *f-the 'estate' of Maria E. Wall and to the county. This I have done "f everyone FOR sChOOL BOARD
= Extension Service used slides to Juicy, ham. Brown sugar may be I II ,their projects.. j II I I week, j I i\witor_ of;Ithe. 'Will of W. L. Wall (luring my! three t..rms'ln office. you m person- -Jf'before nlng8 May Starling:3. I DISTRICT TWO
de.ased:" if -candidate for- r18I'tlln l
show how to select Identify cuts I i I used on the ham and it may be I I From Bradford County Kathy II!; Paula lIe Elroy., 9, .: .3-4 4t 4-14 and tenor will me with continue-re-election do in you the '> as I Khoo urn Board Member District' 2,

-- and the grades. He demonstrate >,j I garnished with pineapple slices I and Carol Jean gave a demon- :I Has Birthday Party May primaries, 'Tour -vote and support FOil SCHOOL BOARD sMt-je, t to the will of the voters In

how to cut a beef arm pot ;i I and cherries.7.Bcne atration on their Foods project-':I Paula McElroy. daughter of Mr._ l and your wlll confidence be greatly: will appreciated not Aemisplaced. -j'j i I hereby DISTRICTTWO announce J my candidacy th.will May nmtlnue primaries.my efforts It re-elected in behalf I

:: roast, sirloin pork roast, Boston I Chuck Roast Row' to Make a Relish Tray; | /and Mrs. W., P. McElory celebrated I ..' P.QUTICALANNOUNCEMENTS .' .- i i f-sr member of School P/oard Brad- Itf the school construction program.

= butt,*, butt ham. half and a full |!| Place roast in the electric fry Carolyn Chilson. Dairy I her ninth birthday with a I 'Slfl P: D.rely'Reddish,
= lamb l leg into parts for meals. A j I[pan or
7-bone chuck roast and cured !i tight-fitting lid. Brown meat on ful.Oner. and Linda. ; day afternoon, March 19.: .. FOR STATE, EXATF. j I property if owner will and taxpayer and with$3OOO4i' already available by
j tlra.i1and {
reeled district
i serve maintain
i a
my and
term
>> next :
To the of mien and Bradford
voters -
\natn- were cooked in the Home!I('both sides- with a small amount Home Safety-How to Use Reflective i Games were. played by the. 16 V "FOU STATE 8EXATK} Counties: and .-ount) to the best of my a- "' against any form of Integration

.:: Demonstration kitchen which he !i I of fat. Add one-half cup water Tape. i present for the' party, and refreshments '1 -weh! to'-announce to the people f wish to announce that I am a. ;.mt)'. ready at all times to advise In our school system. Tour
"Union with my t-onstitutenU for the* best aftd vote on May
qf. and Bradford continued support
;
Counties candidate for 'StateSenator from
-. showed how to carve. At the i,and. place lid on vessel. Cook of cakeand punch flat 1m.. be a candidate for ,reAfertion 'the 15th Senatorial District In interests of our pohoola r invite \ ;a will be appreciated.
:1. conclusion of the meeting, the :i i slowly just boiling] allowing 20 !Ilor I TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT 1..were served following the opening ;o ih& Florida' State Senate rpaiUug this decision, I- was motl-! i your careful considerations: of my :' -\Y. C (BPOWL.,
ham and roast of irouithe, 15th: Senatorial niatrtet; ..yatedby an earnest desire to. be .
were cut into bite 25 minutes Be j i gifts.Personals -
per pound.
j 1 feel that 'the .. _
twenty years seniority7 ft maximum service to the! people H 4 "" '" "' -
= sized pieces for tasting. Every-:sure and not overcook meat. HAiPTON l and' prestige that I have in of our two counties. Having al- j "FACTORY PRICES"One

one declared the meat was'de-I Community Project Mr. and Mrs. Prank Williamsof the Senate is of untold value to mypeop'fe .way>, asa Jlth'ate' ,citizen takenan .

= licious, juicy. and tender. I The Heilbronn Home Demonstration By Mm. n. K. mil Gainesville are the parents: of) rote and and; support t art on asking May you 3rd.. for ,...I'IT.active our area part! in I feel efforts that to these de- '

The meat was furnished by I Club held its monthly I A..AA.. ...... a daughter, Judith Marie, born V. Charley E. Johns eft t'3un be greatly expanded ne! Quarfr F REE With Eaeh

:...;, Winn-Dixie Super Market. I;meeting at Mrs. Smith DeVoe's I on Tuesday,' March 15, at Ala- FOR STATE-HEPRKSEXTATIVE through, Your my vote service on May as 9 State will Senator help- .

The ham and roast were cooked ',home in Starke. Refreshments of '. Rand: Instrument Lessons chua County Hospital 'in Gain; l.'airi, candidate- for election to .tOo help you and the entire dist I or Gallon.. .. you buy.
Begun At School Here the Florida House ,of Representa rict.: I thank you. j" ...
as follows: I open face sandwiches, cake, 'I''I'I I. esville. Mr. and Mrs. Dan John- tives-from Bradford County. Guy Andrews

Baked Ham !mints nuts and lime sherbet Instrumental music lessons sen are grandparents. This is my first bid for elective Prices Start at $2 qt5.95 Gal. ;

Score the ham and place fat !punch were served. Place mats I II weie begun at Hampton Elementary Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Williams public.office.. If elected: I will .dill- FOR SHERIFF I ". -
gently and
impartially represent DR\UFOHD COUNTY
:: side up on the roasting rack in I fa&hioned after Shamrocks were j I School this week. for several are the parents of a ( daughter, : Bradford .Count).- an4 Ifs citizens. ,I In announcing my candidacy for CARTER PAINT STORE.
MARY
C :a shallow uncovered pan. Place used for St. Patrick's Day. I students who have made arrangements bora Sunday March 20, at the i ask.: your' support and.vote on ..May3rd. the office of Sheriff of Bradford

in center of overt "insert a meat I: .During the meeting gifts of 'I for rental or use. of Bradford County' Hospital in ;\. JThomaaJr.1'OR'STATR : I County opportunity, I would to. express'like' to take appreciation this- 501 N.W. 8th Ave. Gainesville, Fla. PR 6-7588

thermometer: in. the center of the. bath powder and hand lotion 1 i instruments. 8t 'rke. to my many. friends who supported -- --
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-_ thickest part of the'V ham not 'I! were distiibuted by the Heilbronn !' Eldon W. Mathews, music in- Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Moore'and I 1, am announce ItIPREENT.iTIyH'i -- ----- ,- __j jI me in the last lectlon.

touching bone, or fat. The point 1 Home Demonstration members to j I i!structor at Bradford County High family have moved from the lag my candidacy 1 j .

-:. of the thermometer' should rest i the 13 patients at the Tyus Convalescent i I j I School "will be at the Hampton ,house next to Mr. and ,Mrs.'Lynn State fore; officeof I'' .. ,' -' S

..... in the middle of the thickness of i Home in Starke. I[, School two days each,' week. I I Hall t<; Starke. aive( Represent'I''I' : : :

= the .ham.- To do this, put tlier- The patients appeared to enJoy i;! Tuesday and Thursday; for less- PFC' Betty Parkas daughter of .ford is mr County.fIrst This bid: The Bradford I

mometes!: .outside of the meat the visits of the ladles. In I i Sons.A I Mr. and Mrs. John Parkas, has for ,public- office.. ,- ... ... .:
:: clorig* the 'side so the distance fact the patients brought more :1 I student assembly was held l been home on furlough from the I 'Being resident a of life Bradford long- -\>. .: ,.

from the edge to the center can cheer to the club members than ::Thursday morning last week of \WAC. She ,had been stationed' at Countyandaworking .
-- grades five through eight, when the ,' I
for .man
r. ------- Ft. Sam Houston Texas,
I'instruments were explained anda since she entered feel I' know' the,
last nine months need' :" of the pep--
= Southern States Construction Co. movie shown by a representative I the service., and now is to .ple and If elected

i of the Leggett Music Co. of i work in'the Pentagon in Washington -' I Till devoteJlhe'he : CQunty Telegraph:
JObfak
at I II 'e8sary timeto'IQ'the.
A parents' meeting
Tampa. D. C. and impartially. Your vote and
:: HOMES I the school on Thursday evening I Billy Home and Mrs. Richard tfunpert is humbly solicited.G.. .
-a
ANb Preyatt
F.
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the discussion of instruments
$$1395 I I repeated -.May and daughter of Homestead I .

= UP and movie for interested|;!%vere'here for the weekend with FOli. COLXTY COMMISSIONER '.
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:: tOW" Afc $31.16 PER MO. I parents, and arrangements made !: Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Home, and I :.DISTRICT-FIVE. .

f ( for securing the instruments on \.Mr. and Mrs. C. L. May. Richard I hereby announce my candidacy

= TIME PRICE SAME AS CASH PRICE i!1a 12-ueek rental basis. j jj ji May I stationed at Homestead Cojnty f( r County Dint-Commissioner' (county at large Bradford;; ), in ,

j Present \plans include continu-i AFB, is presently on a twomonths' the Slay primaries. I have been, a & ;-T--
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resident ,of Brooker for IS yearS.lurnJr
6 interest. I ing the program through the II | assignment in Spain. time I have been *"
Only % All Homes with No. 1 flooring and : which
:-: I summer months? in connection j Mrs. T. F. Brown left on farmer, cattleman, and seed pro- to see
pressure treated. Floor joist on 16" centers. wth the county recreation pro- .Thursday last week for a week's ducer. If-: elected your County Commissioner :- !jvitesY9LJ
I, T".pledge my. best'effortsfor" I
grim; Mr: Mathews said. He visit in Miami with Mr. and Mrs.' Calr"and impartial conduct -of AMBERGRAY

= BLOCK. ORFRAME NO MONEYs pans! to come to Hampton one ,(Gordon Weest and family. I the 'affairs of the entire county.. the
-- Youvote and..support will :be -new
I DOWN afternpon each'week during the Mr. and' Mrs.V';-'P. McElory deeply>"appreciated.. -

= SHEET .ROCKELECTRICITY See Exterior I summer. ]I.\tre dinner .guests: last Fridayevenihg' .' -'Jedra Hamilton

Worlunen have been laying anew with !!r; ..and'Mrs. Jack ;
.
= SouthernStates Finished Many septic drain field In. the 1 Mabry in Starke. V I .FOR, BR.\DFORDCOr.STY TAX COLLECTOR. V .BurroughsELECTRIC(

and Ways, Even scnool 'yard... and workmen this Mrs. J. I* Williams is visitingin hereby &,.nnoul)<,e' .my. candidacy --r. . V
project got a setback from, the witiuher daughter 'and fM'Taac ?JPblJctor.rBridfbrd County
Ltwtey
=- PLUMBING With Care-free also I wibjecc to the will ..of the voters.In
t recent heavy rains which sin-In-law. .Mr. and Mrs. Ed lifeMay Primary. I feel, that my

: IF DESIRED Alcoa Aluminum Jed to the closing of all schools I.Durbanl, _-.*. experience as a business man and TENKEYS
,
when ny background training qualifies .
in the county last Friday ... ALPINE BLUE
me for the office. If elected I will
: Termite Shields At No Extra Cost i busses were unable to run their ij i .."........." ... y...... a.::> everything in my power to tour HI.10 -.
routes. the people of Bradford Coun- ,
j j I ly.'that the:office la- .conducted in I
-- We Do Repair Work And Build Any Design Plans for the program ,of the !, .ct an .efficient manner. .
kYHILL k
I April 7 PTA meeting were madeat ,%;, --Jim Cha tt'en. ,
E Call Or Write For Free Information the meeting< of the PTA executive ,: ?_' ___

I By' Sirs. J.;. I.. Strickland i- ,FOR'COt'XTY' : COMMISSIONER. { .
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meeting at the school on Ie : Ie'rpIc1' ONE

Southern. States Construction Co. I Baptist rhursday Brotherhood afternoon 'of last week. ,.....;., ....... ...""".yy .y1"i -_A .A-- for I im County a candidate Commissioner -f. ADDINGMACHINE

= Host 'At Fish Fry Friday. | Political. Rally"pbMcafrailV ; Districl _
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A BEAUTIFUL 3-BED ROOM 1 HOME ONLY The men's Brotherhood of | 4 will be held at .1., ,.. 1 (LaWtey). :' _

=.. $2395.00 FULL PRICE Hampton Baptist Church will I Clay Hill school .house Saturday \-}-\;: ,-' a.which. position I have Jn :
March 26. starting at 7:80:
bight,
been privileged toserve '
Brotherhood groups i S
to
= Only $49.86 per mo. for 6 yrs.-and you get many extras of play the host New River Association!II The Clay'Hill PTAi will serve food I' The in knowledge the past. -3 SEA MIST GREEh, .

RAY D. FORTH JOHN McRAE .Baptist churches at a fish-fry J I jn the cafeteria:, Everyone' is. invited .... '. ':,i.f county 'affairs Here's Jhe.latest fsr.the modern office ,
the -
::. p 'here to come out; hear speakers gained In these
and clInic at the church on j '
V Phone 4307 Phone WO 4-1792 Friday evening this week, at"6:30j: i and enjoy a gOod meal. : > : he previous board years should on I .'.the. light, compact, all-electric V _
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= Keystone Heights, Fla. Starke, Fla. Learned Sunday' that a little J.-. ; aiable me tct, bet-
m. :
I !J. more progress 'wasl made toward :trserve you and Burroughs Ten Key with( new BalanceTouch -
j Among the guests on the program '["-Vledge my' dill-
You Also Get Free Mortgage Insurance With at .
f following the supper :will I II the building of the pastorium ---- gent .eftorts'toIvork la jtr&Htf.ce/ws/ '
= Southern States I Jacksonville Highland Church. The water line for tliJp"t'J t. rf'8ts of the4':1tJre
be J. Ratterree of county.- Your vote and active.
I CornI was tended to the, site so that support w0be! -deeply appreciated. .
state Brotherhood secretary.
4 water can be- pumped- to- mixthe- ., -- J. C Prevail SEE THEM TODAY'! dPiJ.coili\
-- a concrete and lay the foundation -
I FOR' iOl'NTY: ''COMMISSIONER g -
-II next Saturday. The sand is hauled DISTRICT THREE '

I .-.... 1t"'i' start and 'everything-work-all except"readiness'the workers to- a-- ty'I: am Commissioner 'for a candidate Coun. -- '. T ONLY $199 PLUS TAX. : '

present So they: are, callingnow Djst 3 (South ;
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Starke) In the *
j for all hands tq come out May primaries: : .. .
this born.and .- .
and help with project was I
lad J/7: BAVCTER SEE ('fESMOMX TOLD 1WtV.VERONE'S FIRST, St. Mary's Kraft C6. has donated reared In Brad f i ,-' :: :: -

::: .-..-., BUDDY HAS THE HIM HE COULD HAVE CHOICE t 19 A SNACK MADE one log for flooring 'for this owner lorCounty\ and operator ; t5u; :. s The Telegraph Takes Pride :

:: jji-: .. .. SMALLER APPLE.. THE LITTLE ONE ORAN" WITH GROCERIES FROM j building-aad .what a .- log! It of AlvaresStore \ ;

/1' "D) DID VOO LET HIM IJOtJE. HE TOOK measures 491 feet long"!and is, ,29 I feel since that 1933. '. ,
HAVE HIS CHOICE CityrishEMeatMartef' myuccessful -
::: THE'LITTLE. ONE. !J I i inches across at top. Who says businesll' !- in on"ouncngffiaf -

c? : YOUTO4'Q\ there n'r.! : ;liii logs left experience' '
: ar a few" win be an a setIn' now franchised dealers for the
in Floijda? ,A .total ''of ,$105 his _the performa we are
.. ; l or, tne duties! 01 .your county
.been donated by lettered .daia. Commissioner "believe in better
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and more is on -the way. Some of things for Bradford County famous! Burroughs line of Adding Machines# .-

thror.gh a fair impartial businesslike .
got who could npt ']:all ,
us busy
administration of Its affair
: on friends, and wrote letters Tour .vote'and support on May .3JIU manual or electric -full keyboard or ten-key.
...... 2i be greatly appreciated.
giving -them opportunity to assist -, ,Sincerely, W ft .
.-. : in thia project 'The response W. ft, (gill: ) .G.rah- m ii' th8 latest! '
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-... was good. ;We iMin"'assure!alii w6 *..i FOR' SCHOOL BOARD 7 I ..
in' this way'thittheir -' V 0 V
wish to donate; ; ; DISTRICT 'PO'Rf ,
:: ROUND! STEAK 3: JS.- money will be. used as thy I am !a candidate for School .61' V''ii1 ,.'"
Board Dist. 4,,.and earnestly solicit l :
..: FRESH wish it.lo. be.. .. #u.I r ftipyort*in the. May' primaries. '; 1'f i:1J.ill
day Hill Church. progressingnicely Having children' or mown In : .. -
J SIRLOIN STEAK GROUND MEAT $ ,'also, and' they hope to the syliool! continued I am, growth keenly interested and jtoprove-in r I plustax" : ; ';. ::: '

6'9 start building their Sunday Schoolrooms itient of 'our- county, school system _S. {'Cf ,""-t 1..
-* *W pledge .my untiring efforts. If '
J T-BONE in" ApriL ; .
'STEAKlbCUBE BRISKET STEW ;m tI cttd., toward thir"*end. I am a : -' a : ,I. '
Church
Remember; Padgett jiaiive i b{: Bradford County and -. W '
have services on. Sunday, Apri1-! irtiv*' Joj IJTX. Churfh and civic e ,V .' -
j STEAK RIB. STEW ." *:fae.1, auure. you that your tyY. -
: Ii at 2:30 pjfu Jim Strickland will tr&J'i: in me Svlll not be betrayed.
-- be in the pulpit J. D. Griff' -
-. ,- All Burroughs :- ddmg. '
lb. We were overjoyed, about our. i FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER -'

3 $IOKEDBACON11'. 29 SMOKED. : I $ ...29cLEAN increase" 'in Sunday" School Had 50 at To
: Hikhland Sunday *ming. County? -- '.:-.- -
the Sunday 'iefore %nd 71 this For the first time J am coming
1 RIPE Sunday Tfccludihg two new before you. as a* candidate- for1"pub The New- Guaranteed For qn Full
past lIe office: I will appreciate,- your j
IB. I r T"4 .
:} SPARERIBS lb. 29C BANANAS 10 iriembers.'TJie "Juniors won the tar d11. consideration- of my candidacy "
: :THRIFTLINE Year,1! vService *
.b imu. for the 'office County ,Commlsaioner. -? -
pist 3. (South Starke). .
,'. Next Sunday ia. Homecoming vfipc8s'HANO-OpEfiATED : -' -.'
:: J realise! the treat responMbilitiesftf ,
: .y-s- "
: 'PRICES. GOOD FROM'THURSDAV' THROUGH' MONDAY' NIGHT enjl Clarence Knighl? .will deliver this i office' and pledge you- .. UrADD1G!* HIMES. I : j. .;,"

:: OPEN' 7 DAYS, ,A WEEK '7- .AM. to 9. P.M. .... the morning messa"g Dinner on i thaU If ia.my elected.j>owerto I wiir .do ctv&-everyUiljigL jrflu;: ; .4''1CIIrJIId 1r- V e ...'"'--p' .V

the grounds .and' !"flinging In the fair,, impartial,! ecotIQmtcai*- -aDd' -ef' ......GayGllr! _
Otttnt s rvtc > a.' -your C0D l11s10a. .
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miss this great : iCOMEJtf JMrJf.I .USTODAU!
I afternoon. Dont ..,: "Thank yoo. for yourfff- :
ti day. -' VIIIWAI i-aragement and support. 4- ?" r--f'l' ?Y'j.j--- V
j r > _..; W Hogan Smith.-'
CHAPEL ; FOR CorT-U"V- ; :COMMIsIOERt rT' ., : '*"r.'.. tfre'' For First Twelve Months? !

STOCK A COMPLHE LINE OF GROCERIES ASSEMBUT'OF' GOD .I_ DISTRICTcTURBR -,.-, I :
TERMS RATED FIRMS
.1: hereby annouu : my candidacyfcr TO .
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.. __ p:>. ,Bar Tonaty Comrul 8Uuier.v.DitrJ __ =rrL' Three' (S uth' Starke)*, subject -'-lotfc
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-t j Sunday- ; wili'of. the votfts)irt the ,Mijrpriuurita. BRA1FORDcouNtY 1EEGRAPH
... Mornms'WorshiP, its. nvEven- .If eJec.te4u this .-.re.pn.ibIe'offk1'I -.,. -

-.- l gclUt1c'l;>&-1). ,m. Wed- towirda.ptoXtsaflvand.tmpartial'admlaIatraUon'Of protaiw givern,1 -f
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p TtiLtpY, ;MARCrj.! JH, 1960 "_ ;i.? ,BRADFORD COUNTY,'1ELEOBAFH, STAERI FLORIDA ." :--- ., WOE' ELITES,. _

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YY7YY7YY.YYYYYVYYY. ing and were, dinner guests of I;Jacksonville. wfre g u esti-b f Mrs.Murray's .' Lebanon Va. Is here, to be with i I .T!. !TTY !TYTT" nn-r.-1 I sc ce ,Mrs. J. D.: Griffis is substituting Gnann and son spent the weekend aheady iccei. ". ,, ....: a .4

Miss ,Enza Blanchard.The parents,, Mr. and Mrs. i them at this time _! in, Bible Club. at their cabin in Salt tl'e anxiously a.A L._ ._.;ll' bratlessons.
LAVTEY\ Home Demonstration Club Herbert Norman, over the weekend Mrs. Les .Prevail and children' THERESSABy 4 Mr. andMrsT.. Howell had Springs. .

: met with Mrs. Eugene Pearson I of State Farm spent Sunday with as guests Sunday her father Mr. Mrs. J. H. Breeden. Mrs.: E. E. ,- --.

Mrs. Joyce. E. FutrhMr. Wednesday afternoon. Plans for I' Mr arid Mrs. TJdyie i Tubaliks I Mr. end Mrs. J. B. 'Bradley and Ruth Griffis aud Mrs. ,J. T. Land, of Jackson Triest and Mrs. J. D. Griffis met i iI ';''I THE RIGHT POINT for tile

aaaau.aa..aaaaa.aaa.t .... the coming' year were discussed.Mrs. had as weekend guests Mrs. E. ,N. j Mr. Willie Griffisr ville. ,I,Kith the executive committee of I I way you write. Come, In and 'E-

Pearson Miss Enza Blanchard t Shiver of Panama City and Mr.I I Friends of Mrs. Georgia Ann:'TYTTTTYTTTTTTTTTTYYYYY' Mrs W. W. Packham is visiting !; Hampton school PTA Thursday I 111'rt your favorite EStERBROOK

and Mrs. G. W. Roberts Mrs. A. H. Harley and M S.I! and Mrs. C. E. Spence and family soapy i will regret to learn that.she Bridal. : 1 i her son-in-law and daughter.Mrr :I afternoon to select and Plan a1 I Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPHI
Shower
were recent guests of Mr. and Elfie Miner met with the County of DeFuniak Springs. received burn her I I .
1 a on arm several 'I and Mrs. Jack Jerrell in program for the next PTA meeting \ OF IVTKNTIO.V
Mis. W W. Vann at McAlpin. Home Demonstration Club Thursday Mr. and_ Mrs, Howard. Martin 1 : l days ago and she is still The ladies of the Sunday'Jacksonville. scheduled Thursday evening ITO I I REGISTER FICTITIOUS! s.uae

The WSCS of* the Methodist afternoon. and son of Titusville spent the I confined to her home. Her son School class oi Hope church entertained Mrs. W. H. Hall Sr.,. Mrs. Jean I; Apr. VMrs t I Notre is hereby given, that tlw

Church met with Mrs- Bumgarner Mr and. Mrs. Edward Manningand weekend with Mrs. Martin's mother Everetl Burney and wife visited at a lovely bridal show- Wainwright. and Mrs. E. E. Triest. I Alice Jones spent the !I of undersigned Chapter: 20.93 under!l Lads thn of prori FI aorta Ida,

at Desert Isle Motel on Tuesday family were,. business visitorsto ,. Mrs. Mandy Manning. ncr on Tuesday. ,er Fliday'evening at the home I and son, Gerry, were shopping in j I Arts of 1S41. will register with dii"
morning. A on 0: Mrs. M. Z. Sullivan honoringMrs. I vu-ekend with her nephew and ,,, :<-rk of tbe Circuit 'Court, in and
program Jacksonville Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Fate Redd of i Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Smith and Jacksonville Thursday. |
niece, Mr. and.Mrs. Jim Phillips,|I for Bradford County. Florida. upo*
Steve Broadway. the former
Stewardship of the church ,was Mrs. Alice Green and sons of Macon. Ga. are the proud par family of Jacksonville were visit- { Mrs. Olen Hicks and children' al Crystal Lake. rtM-eipt, of proof of "poblicatlon of
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given and refreshments were served with ![Miss Audrey Raley. I this notice. the Fictitious name of
Jacksonville spent Sunday 'Bennett"
ents of
a son, Dell Thomas. This ir.g Mr. and Mrs Paul of Palatka ,
were visiting Mrs. !Southeastern Tank Service: 42fi X
to the 12 guests present. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Fugate. young man is the grandson of and daughters on. Sunday. Arrangements of pink azaleas .\. Gnann Friday.Mr. J'I I Several\ young people from our I I Walnut St. Starke. "Florida undetikh
Mrs. ,A. H. Harley, Mrs. Louis' Mr. and Mrs. 'Charlie Blalock IJrs. O, J. Phillips.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. .Jimmy Smith and carnations were used to advantage 1 community are showing a great ], \\! I am engaged in bu3IneH ts -
H. ,Hill and Mrs. Effie Miner visited in decorating points of and Mrs. E, E. Triest and .:interest in.the opportunity to bej i I G. Bollinser. 42ft N. Walnut
of Callahan
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and[ family and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs and and family of Atlantic., Beachspent and nil. SUrke Florid, sole owner
visited the Nelson Blockers in I the Paul Griffis family on Sun- the Bill Dobbs' had as guests i I Sunday with Mr, and Mrs.. .:' interest in the party rooms. i i tons X Mr.'. .' and Mrs. J. A. in a school band. Several have t J/JO 4t 2JlDON'T :

Lake City Sunday afternoon.Mr. .| i curing the weekend Mr. and Mrs. '; Earl Dority. d Moving, pictures were' taken at -.. -'
day.Friends intervals as the ,honoree openedher -- -, ', ,, !._ .__:
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and Bill' Reid Ernest Hewitt and son of Talla- George Shuford has returnedto
Jacksonville came by and carried regret to learn that she is a patient hassee., his home, here after spending many gifts and refreshments

Mrs. Effie Miner with them to in Baptist Memorial Hos Jimmy Eunice of Valdosta several weeks in St. Vincent's I, ureie served to 35'guests.

Starke for a visit with Mrs. Nell State College spent from Tuesday' l ospital. Their guests' during Hope Church News _.

Andrews on Sunday. pital.Mr.. and Mrs. Glenn William- until Saturday with his parents.'I i the weekend were Mrs. Joe Shu- I Welcome' to ,theRevival Ser-
\ices:: at Hope Baptist Church,
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Miss Arthurine Blanchard and son and sons of Macclenny visited Mr. and Mrs. Harold Eunice, and ford of St. Augustine and Mr. .

Miss Esther Mason of Jacksonville i Mr. and Mrs. Troy Bennett on his) grandmother Mrs. Selma und. Mrs, Leon Starting of Jack'- I Mar. 21-27. .at 8 p. m. Prayer I
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group at 7:30.: Rev Paul A.Travjs
attended services at the Sunday.Mr Eunice.f .
Methodist Church Sunday morn- : and Mrs. John Murray or Mr. and Mrs. Edward Manning lumvllle.. nd Mrs. G. L., Sapp spent I evangelist and Bible 0
I Teacher, pastor of Calvary Baptist .
and children visited Mrs. Emma Monday with Mrs. Susan Sapp, .
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Church. Valdosta: Ga.
Glover in Ocala on Sunday. ;iia Gainesville. On Thursday they '.
Mrs, O. J. Phillips and Danny i were :Visiting with Mr., and Mr 'Special music an accordion tid> I
I tfutw was presented at Sunday
had as guests during the weekend ,i Henry Bennett in Jacksonville. '
:evening services by Miss Sylvia
Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Phillips of Mrs. Daisy Bock and son and
r [ Parmalee of Park-of-the-Palms
Lake City and Leslie and Erie | Mrs. Nellie Wilkerson had asSunday "
Sand John Dodd of Keystone'' ,
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Phillips of Callahan. guests Mr. and ,Mrs.. II V .; _
Heights.V i iSundayrSunday
I Mr. and Mrs Levin Griffis.,Manus Griffis and sons ot. Pa : I'

Q / Misses Fannie Mae and Eileen Il latka, and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil I School 10 a-m. t.WASTE!
Morning Message 11 am. Training J \ '
tiI ; of'state
OQ Wheeler visited Mr. and Mrs. Griffis and daughter V
I ; Union::7 pan. ,Evening Message -
O
1 9 Landon Griffis in Jacksonville on j F9ml.I >
Saturday.Mrs. Mrs. Wiley Smith and family 8 p. m.: ANOTHER
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]I Monday-Bible Joy Club 4 to .
John Brown returned I iof J Jacksonville: spent Saturday _
fS
Revival through Sunday,
home from Bradford County Hospital ith her mother Mrs. Daisy Star- pjn.
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; -_ f 8'p.m.. .
on Friday. Rev. George 1 ling. .tl
; CENT
ON
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1d.ti t Young people urged to best
n Chism of Mon Ga. visited the I Mr. and Mrs G. W.' f church Saturday, March' 26, at j
family on Sunday. !family and Buddy and Betty JoeOapp '
1"1 Samuel
Pastor-Rev. S.
Mr.and Mrs. Rufus Prevatt and Visited the Jacksonville Zoo p.m. :
-Cuthbert. Choir Director Fred
daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur -I on Sunday. !'Dodd.' RENTIc

Bell and family of Jackson.I Mr. .and Mrs. James Waters .
1 Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hersey'md
lie. = vale spent Saturday with Mrs. t and sons were in Maxville SunS :
31 infant of Palatka were
son
Susie Prevatt and the Rowell I clay to';-see. their new niece..little
"Don't do it Pal! Starke Builders I vlritin;'.his, parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Supplies can save Prevails. [Patricia"Jean. ,. daughter of" Mf. -

you money if you ace planning home re pI airs." Mr. and Mrs. Ed Durban had I'and,Mrs.: ;Gene ,English... ,' .1 t Ciyde' .Mr. and Hersey Mrs.Sunday.Carl Johnson of OW.N YOUR IIOME

as guests during the weekend i Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Wilkersonand '. /1. ,, / ,.,
''Lake Winnott were visiting
their scn-in-law and daughter .family spent. Sunday yit.1'' p0 rS' _
Mends here Wednesday..
Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Boyette .of his parents Mr. and Mrs. A. J:
I i Mrs. R.. C. Dampier and son
I Valdosta, Ga. !Wilkerson .. ,. I I',
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NO MONEY DOWN Mrs Nancy Keene and Mr. andMrs. i'I i Mrs., Charles? _Shuford' was" the" :Billy; were visiting the R... GjZeiglers I ._ .
1 I in Gainesville Thursday.
I Johnny Anderson of JackFonville i i i guest of her _son-in-law anddaughter I
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and Mr. and MrsLacy ,, Dr. and Mrs. John Wil-liam. 1
Repair Harvey of Macclenny spent Sun- ;I Wright in Tampa for two weeks.!
'Cuthbert in Jacksonville
day with the Allen Hart family..1 i I Mr. and Mrs. George' Tyre and were .

Guests of Mr. and Mrs., W. R'I family of Keystone Heights were;!Thursday y
I ,
/ Add Rooms --- Carport ---... Klis.Dixon last week were, Mr. and- ,,I!Sunday visitors at the H., .B.:feisburg;I j r' Mrs.. Rosie spent' Girton the weekend of St. with Pet- ',' + J "Y,+, ; H .

Leon Owens and daughterof I:Hague home.. jMr. ,i 1 i 4
Bath Room Angle,. N. C., H. E. Dixon of I and Mrs. R. E. Lee and j i her son, Cleveland Neal. io ) r-
z I Miss Reba Thompson is spending _
Bear Creek, Ala.- and Mr. and : family were Business visitors to _
Mrs.\. Edward Massey and family j'! Jacksonville on Saturday. .I i ,several'days at-Polk City preparing r
/ ..Childreh's
for those attending
(INCLUDING SEPTIC TANK AND FIXTURES of Quincy. They, with Mr. and Mrs. Pat Robinson ;6f Starke Bible Mission Camp beginning -
Mrs. C. W Tatum, the Tom Tattims spent Sunday with Mr, and Mrs.. :
) her ab-
in June. During' :
Jr., and Sr.. the W. E.j i Bill Gaskins.. 1
I Gaults, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Grif- j Mr. and &Irs.. Eugene Pearson.. -"
Time To R -rool '
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fis and children, and Mr. and j and son were Sunday guests, of

Mrs. Bill Dixon of Palatka hada I:Mrs,/Betty Yarbrough in Jack- 1

family dinner on Sunday., j j sonville.Mr. .

1t.,:: _. -I). .. J ... .:.. Mr. and Mrs. Rowell Prevatt' : and Mrs. 'Steve; Starling .
A and family were Sunday! guestsof and' 'family of Jacksonville 4were"jguests

STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIESPhone Mr. and" Mrs. Ernest Souther- of Mr. and Mrs. Luther .

land in Lake Butler. Hilliard and family during the .

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Taylor ,\ I.I.'eekend. BELMONT .
$3295
WO 4.4201 Starke Fla. /
1 1e and children of Palatka were Our community Is- fortunate/j l l lH 3 large bedrooms separate kitchen: and dining room, _V _

1 Sunday dinner guests of M '. and have the organization. a band ]I II spacious! ,..alport.ith convenient entry to the kitchen,
Mrs. J. C. Tye and family. In! at Lawtey Junior High School I Ii CASH PHICE

the afternoon their guests were I j i under the leadership. i of Eldon! i W,I over 1,200 square feet overall space.-- -.-- -__ ..- '.- .. .- '"

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Westerfieldof i Mathews band jnasfer at, Brap- v.

Lake McMeekin and Mr. and I ford High., lifts, get behind this, f

eei Mrs. George Atkinson of Jack- I Land and make" tt-;a"8uccess., :.. J JI I r: <

sonville.Mr. j Mr.'andMrs"'M, Turner! hadas ,, w"ar '
and MrsGrady Thomas of I 1 I weekendf' guests :'iir.. and Mrs. : =; 1G Don't Miss The Big Show. "

Macclenny ,visited ,Mr. and Mrs. '!Don Chitty of Pan m 'City'' and G i Li Li '
I e
i Harold Starling and family on Mr. and Mrs. 'Wayne Turner: and i iI ; ss d

Sunday. daughter! of ,Jaekk nyBMr. :f p U. 1
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K; Sat. 5:30 PJL
WJXT-TV-Jacksonville
: 1 s cry Ch. 4
i Mr. and Mrs. Bill Turner had'I and; Mrs..*.Mar 1E-iWarrerr]f .

as weekend guests Mrs, Rose and_ daughter of Jacksonville. !I ttus B Fetfurinf the Flaws Radio and TV Stars '_
iZilrauer i of Bartow, Ray Jordanof were-" 'fiundaydinne.rue of Mr. i!1 V : victim of' /
s+ as .R
0 Palatka. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph- Mrs. J, E.." Warren: Ja/tl i f afternoon -', The Ides of March

jj> Turner Jr. and son. Glenn, of they with Mrs! Q .lI. War-I Has water that's

4 Charleston) SC.., Mrs. Madge |i r?n visited V W/jU9ig firadley I,I .Aj cold tt starch. S. ., < and their Clinch Mountain Boys -
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Turner and daughters of Putnam f and the 'LcsU Brttfileys( atKm i iI I'Putt .... i -
![ us down a"* the place to turn .
Hall, and Mrs. Ray Jordan and I sley Lake. I! '1\
to_ for For .
plumbing emergencies.
bon of Starke. Their Sunday Those on tire sick list this j I : 1

guests were Miss Mary Sue Very I week are Mrs O. J> .Phillips. dears 1.w have .sorted: this community -

r ;million of Palatka and Mr. and George Shuford and little David I II f to the warm satisfaction

Mrs. Harold R. Gornto and children I Eunice, who had the misfortune-: of'Its! citizens. Don't fail to call flAAN; 'CALL .

of Welaka. Ito burn his hand, on alieater. i 'on us any time. .LL

Mr. and Mrs. otis Brewer' and I Mr. and. Mrs Joe'Starling:; MORTGAGE fIRST YEAR ING HANDlED COLLECT

family ,visited Billy and Jerry moved Saturday. to 'CeciT White- 1
I fIRE INS. fOR YOU t OR WRITE
Redding at st. Vincent's Hospitalon htad's house: after living in the INSURANCE

Jerry Sunday.is almost They fully reported recovered that Joyce Futch,;.house? for several AT HO EXTRA I ClUOED ITS EASt L TODAY I

-r"- --- Model LWD30 while .Billy is slowly improving.Mr. "months. Mr. !and' Mts.Spurgeon 1 Qpltat'sfII TAHX d'fRV/- .COST! WITH NOME!

and Mrs. Robert Priest and Massey are occupying.the EdwardMassey' tb ,t '

AIL-PORCELAIN FINISH-INSIDE AND OUT'PROTECTS I' I family had as Sunday guesisMrs. house ,slncc.Jtfiey have I I w G '"{..> 1 t

Bob Summerlin. Joe Allen- !moved to Quiijcy where.Edwardis ,
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AGAINST RUST AND STAINS! Jer, and Mrs. Edna Allender and f associated with-. ht ta iroad.prl I f 1 {

....4r son bavid of Lake City. i aA -,....,. M '
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Padgett announce -
0 i 3-cy tinted dial for light"' reg- Thorough tripfs-acffoa did t9 the arrival of a daughter. H5 1 .: _

.k>r or heavy soil 5-year Wittefl parts'replatenied] Mary Jane, at Bradford County -SEE, "'"; "

S I V/ftnJdPrt."washing warranty on entire transmission Hospital on Saturday. Mrs. Pad '--441;
gett is the daughter of Mr. and "
0 I Automatic partial load control
Mrs. Theodore Crews. 1. .
tavttwatw Mr. and Mrs Fred Moore's Pp
AS LOW AS VAlLEY'
I .i Pushbutton water temperature Sunday guests were Mr. and Mrs. 'ENCHANTEDSATURDAY \/ ':

tofttrobfcdlnwnt Secber Doyle Andrews and chil- V .. > ,3L
io.boPER .
e iwirtout! removes sand $ dren of Wildwood and Mr. and -." T ..- .: j 1 .

|t and heavy sod Urs..Billy Torode and son of MARCH 26
MONTH r CUP AND MAIL TODAY
,
Kg IWlj. tvb ccpcciry Gainesville. .. I +j Belt t.ties lice uaest Y"
air. and Mrs. H. C. Kelly visit-

> + $ $r. and Mrs. Bobby Morris ;i! I I.JIM", WAsbd COIPOUTICl"II..m"9' ,Gm w.lt".. and"tII14 n.

in Jacksonville on Sunday after; LORIDA rHIAlrR NOTHING : _. ldor'lMtiM.

AUTOMATIC noon. Mrs. Morris was a former E I lire a dau 4.H to rtty Io1........................[]

First Grade .teacher._ .here.. / ...... MAd Ct..hIre.; .. ...,......................[]
MrsT Ray Rosier- and-- family 1M..sa.... .r.praat.fw ill a m .......n..n...C

BLANKETS with.Mr. and Mrs.: .l.a ..
r spent Sunday 10:00 A.M. t+ >t rI
Jack Mitchell in Gainesville.x f i <; I Addr'slYr.ctiees-

i s zr Mr. ;and Mrs D B. -. Thomas V .. s. \ t r\ .*:, f. .- .

"11H _. sad .family were Sunday guest f i Sponsored t by the Following: Merchants: it route T

1'. of Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Green in

s HOTPOINT Jacksonville.The .

New, River ,Associational GEM JEWELRY WILLIAMS JEWELRY "Ir$A QUALITY SHILL HQHCn.ITS A JIM WALTt HOMES

APPLIANCE Hymn Sing, held at the First J .
k' Baptist .Church Sunday afternoon I II 'LOCAL FINANCE CO. SIMMONS' KOCJI

I well JimmyCrosby. DflUG STORE .
was attended. ,
0 Fri.-Sat. -- Only I Music Director for: the CRAWFORD .BROS. i I.. JIM WALTER CORP

I Association is to be commended GULF SERVICE STA., c DENMARK FURN.. CO. I;

One To Each Customer tor the wonderful Way tie fi conducting
$34.95 Value this part of the program. TERWILLEGAR ACE ELEC. SERVICE Ii Iit

Sympathy Is extended to Mrs* ? O i ij
RS. STARKE TELEPHONESTl&tiBWLDERS 3281 W. Beaver St. Call collect EV 7-1141, or write P. 0. Box 6248, _
WINKLER Milo Smith and Mrs. Bill 'Dobbs j
ELECTCIC SERVICE because! of the train-car wreck CHARLEY: : E. JOHNS

their tirnth eiG9ei Insurance Agency SUPPLIES JACKSONVILLE FLA.
234 N. Temple Ave.. StarK .Fla' in Which -; -.. [ .. ,. __ ____,0' ,ow.r _. _. -,- -

ii Uuun I I Mitchell, was seriously injured. rp..ycV.-.JI I"" .' : "'L .,_,'_ :.s ...'_. .'
,II",, "P1IIf ......K..1cW''WI L&. v- Their mother. Mrs, Mitchell, ol --- --- ... '- '- .. -" ....."'-- ,'. ,- ---- _. ....:

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HAMPTON CHRISTIAN At The Tabernacle TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTHIGHLAND
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CHURCH I
I Sunday Bible School. 10 a.i Dr. H. P. McGee brought a "GARDENS
r I m.: Morning.. Warship *1 a-m.: :!nissionary message at the GoXl *- i! [ ;
CHURCH NEWS Evening service 7 P.m., and Prayer !; Tabernacle Sunday morning I [By Debbie Phillips] t tAAA& .1..dI. ,. !
meetng every Tuesday at 7:30p. : stressing the need of bringing AAAA&AAAAA it i w .- Ti _
m. John W' lte. pastor. the Gospel message to those who telsaLMp1:11pkISpWILLIAMS- I
,, i Services at the church ,
::' 1I I have not heard it. M. J. McRae were
.,t.t FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH OTIC of the faithful Tabernacle I well attended Sunday, with. 71 in!! -- SERVICE
Cor. Call & Christian Street .members, is confined in Bradford;Sunday School and 24 in Training i
Presbyterian Churchn Methodist Church Bob L. Badgttt Minister County Hospital. Friends of Mrs.i t7 rion. I
i AT ITS BEST
Sunday School, 9:45: a. m. Worship -i I Jennie Thorncjuest are glad to' We were glad to'have Cedric)1 I a
1, Sunday Church School. 9:45 Sunday Church School 9:45
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10:45: Rosier unite with us by letter at :
and Communion, : a m. yearn that she Is progressingfrom I JEWELRYWATCHES
*, m. Morning Worship. 11 a. m. Worship. 11 a. m. I
m Morning Chi Rho 5 p. m. Choir Practice. a recent fall though still i\the: morning service. He and his,
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Jesus Turned the Tables. Youth\\a. Supper for MYF 6 m.
p.
6 jp jn. CYF. 7 'P. m. confined to a wheel chair. ife attended choir, practice Sun- !
:Ftllonship, 6 Wor- It. I
p.' m. Evening Worship 7:30: p. m. ; afternoon. _
Wednesday '7:30: p. m. New I DIAMONDS
!
'VolcifFaith! : Wednesday- Prayer Meetingand Training for Service. CHURCH OF CHRIST t! Work was started Saturday i REPAIRS _
Bible Study 7:30: p. m. Charles Thorpe Minister the church pastoiium. The men ,
|Wednesday; Loyalty Dinner Thursday Prayer group in .uw RIVER I: of the church will lay the found All Work Guaranteed _
.ifw>>' Florida Presbyterian College Fellowship Hall. 9:30: a. m. UAYtlST C11UPCD Bible Study 10 a. m.Preaching ation this Saturday. This build-
an>1 Communion 11 a. m. Evening I t A. C. Williams
Dr. J. Wayne Reitz guest speak- Chancel Choir rehearsal 7:30: p. Sunday School JO.-.. m. Wor inguil be a great addition to I
Southside Service. 6:30: p. m. Midweek Bible I 142 W. Call St. 1 I 1
:ifcr School .
Elementary m flip Hour 11 a. m. Eventof Serv jour! church and community and
each
Study Wednesday. 7:30: p. m. 1.1
t' p. m.'Friday. Rev. Genus Crenshaw missionary .-;e. 1 p. m. Prayer Meeting each l will enable our pastor to do more Starke, Fla.
j Choir practice 8 p. m. to the Seminole Indians in Wednesday 7:20 p.m. BOATDRAIN BAPTIST CHURCH'r work for the church by residing I
<< I Florida will speak at the Sunday here. i

CHITRCn OF GOD evening service. The public is invited CHURCH UP JESUS CHRIST Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morning -;1 i I Homecoming Services will beheld i I
Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn- to hear his message. LATTER DAY SAINTS Worship. 11 a. m. Training I at the church Sunday Mar, .-
''Ing, Worship 11 a. m. .Sunday Services each Bandar in old Union 6:30: p. m. Evening Wor- 27. All former pastors and mem-'
Evening Service 7:45: p. m. YPE St. Mark Episcopal Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sunday ship 7:30: p. m. bers are invited to be with

Service' WedmesJay 7:45: p. m Revs Raymond f:. MftcPlftln School 10 a. m. Sacrament! Prayer Meeting. Wednesday, Services will begin at 9:45: a. u.s.1 HEAR. .
prayer Meeting Friday 7:45: p. m Service '::30 p. m. Everyone: wel): 7.30 p. m.Pastor with Sunday School. Preaching!
Services 9:45 come. Rev. Barney Sweat I' .
Sunday : a.m. at 11 o'clock. Rev. M. T Knight i
HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH Church School; 11:00 a.m.. Mornj Everyone Welcome. s& former pastor will bring the I. .
"Sunday: Sunday School 10 j ding Prayer and Sermon. AIR PARR BAPTIST CHURCH GRACE message. A basket' lunch will be i
&. m... Morning mesage 11 a. m. Holy Communion-First Sunday Sunday School 8:45: a. m.; Morning -. LAWTEY.METHODIST FLORIDA CHURCH served on the church grounds at MISSIONARY TO THE INDIANS
11:00 Third Worship 11 a. m. Training I 11
Training Union 7 p. m. Evening : a.m.; Sunday the noon hour. .
.message 8 p. m. '!:3O a.m. Union 6:45: p. m. Evening Worship Sunday'- Sunday School 9:45: Music director Truby Norman
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8:00: m. Midweek a. m., Morning Worship 11
't. Wednesday-7:00 p.m. Choir p. Prayer a. m. charged
Monday the
Bible Joy, Club 4 will have afternoon
Practice; 7:43: : pjn., Litany and Service, Wednesday 7:30: p.; m. Evening Service,- 7,30:, -p. m.
't!
# 5 p. m.Wednesday servicesAll, former pastors, present -
Rev. CRENSHAWTHIS
Everyone welcome.bhISSIONARY GENUS
I Bible Study. Wednesday Youth Fellow-
Prayer Meeting will be given an opportunity
I *:iiip and Choir Practice, 7:30: p. ...
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3,30, PQ Choir Practice 8:30: to speak at this time. Congregational 9
: PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS BAPTISTSunday m. V
'pr: ,m. Pastor: Samuel S. Cuthjert. and special singing will
? Choir director: Fred Dodd.t CHURCH School. 8:45- urn.. Mornng ,yyyyywyyyyyyyyyy..yGRAHAM continue during the afternoon.
I Sunday School 1C( m. Jrlorn.i no-ship" u -
a.
a nt.
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Evening SUNDAY MORNING
AT
Invitation 1' t is extended to all Rev. T. M. Knight has accepted
i Ing Worship, 11 a. m.; Evangeservices. Service 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting
.Sftio: will join us for these ser- the pastorate of Clay Hill church.
Ustic 7:80 p. m. each Wednesday 1aO'p.m. Everyone -
vices. I We'll miss him and Mrs. Knightat
Wednesday Prayer Meeting welcome.-K V.. H. H- ]dote.
.....1. paator., ''Mr. John,McKinneye111111111LUlllllll our services. We are glad to I
hear that much is beingmade
I progress
Men's Clothing First BAPTIST CHURCH
at the church there. Materials -
ALVAREZ' l
STORE Established 1894 St. Edward's Catholic Chnreb. i have been bought for a
.-. Starke Florlcu_ Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hines and,six-room annex for educational .
Sunday Mass at 10 I, m. children of Micanopy and Mr.
I purposes on which work is to
Holyday Masses ftt 8:30: a. m. & ai.d: Mrs. Frank Thomas of
: AMBULANCE SERVICE 5:30 p. m.Weekday. Hampton were Saturday nightfupper 'begin We Apr.were 2.glad to have Miss
IJ Mass at 8:0p: a. m. guests of Mrs. '
p. o. Star-
J PHONE WO 4-2600 Vcrgie Griffis back in church SUNDAY NIGHT AT
Confessions: Saturday 7 to 8 I ling.
after being ill.
I DeWitt C. Jones) Funeral Home D. m. I John McKinney returned Mon: Sunday Mrs. Gallic Griffis is spending
Baptisms marriages and Instructions day after ,
spending the weekend
DeWitt C. Jones Registered Funeral Director by appointment with, his children In Wauchula. I I several weeks with her son. Edwin -
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in Pahokee.
'Starke, Fla. EVERGREEN Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Surrencyof First METHODIST ChurchAPRIL
Tampa spent the week with
'Rental
Service: Hospital Beds, Wheel. Chairs, Crutches BAPTIST CHURCH relatives here. Graham.

Sunday School 10 a. m. Preach Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Frazer Mrs. Aline Padgett of Hagues
T- ing 11 a. m. Training Union 6:30p. were :In Gainesville Saturday on spending this week with her
: That's Our Business m. Preaching 7:31: T. m. Prayer business. mother Mrs. John Surrency. whois
'
I Sleeting Wednesday 7:30: p. m.: Mr. and Mrs. V. L. McKinneyand ill with flu.
If It's Class We Have III Wednesday Bible. study 7-30 children of Gainesville were Mrs. Will Melton of Waldo and 1ST:

CALL WRITE or VISIT p. m. Sunday' dinner guests of Mr. and. I sons were visiting the McKinney ,
Mrs. John McKinney. "I family Friday.

g Joe Peters Glass Co.FOR Mr. and Mrs. William.F. Metz

: HJGHLAJTOBAPTIST CHURCH of Pegg Miami over visited the weekend.Mr. and Mrs. C. LARRY TAYLOR WILL SPEAK AT THE

ANY GLASS NEED
Sunday School *45: a. m. Mrs. Rosella, Pegg celebratedher
II" We Design Modern Store Fronts Morning Worship 11 a. m. and 25th birthday Sunday with 701095t
Just Mall Us A Pattern for 7:30: p. m. Prayer Meeting each friends and family. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH

Table Tops Wednesday 7:30: p. m. Rev; Mr, and Mrs. Richard Gardner8iid k666
1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville Fla. Phone PR. 2-4853 George Chasm pastor. Everybody two children are helping repair "
welcome. the old Christian Church in
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Loans ; . . ,368,127.34 v .! ,.- .. ., } -:':--:; ..::t,: tji:"' : './ .

1 I Auto U. S. Gov. Securities .: :' 1,180,251.60 Unearned Interest- } ;f .,) 40,480.21' ..
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Loans & Discounts 693,731.86' .. Capital Stock 'E =--;':, ''$_iJf.\.t, 100,000.00 .


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