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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 31, 1960
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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April 1 may be April Fool's -
Bradford County sub* its road financing out? Commissioners hope secondary projects ran Day for youngsters but it's a pI

; problems, will secondary bridges such as tILt be included without having to refinance: an old deadline date for adults in a lot

outmoded structure over the Santa Fe River between bond issue at a higher interest rate. I lof things from dog tags to taxes.,

Graham and, Louise> be included in of I, Friday is the final day for: I I

'I| Claiming homestead exemption;; j

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'' Obtaining; city dog tags. 4
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o.f.-L". -r _. 4 dates this week end.
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Democratic primary, will be held, starting ot 8 p.m.
:'':r.II! :'''' ''_ -- !je registered, Mrs. Crosby said.
On other deadline' fronts: First candidates up. to bat will '
This uninviting expanse of ramshackle boards Waldo. If Aluchua County paves the road on its be I l has first chance at the mike. with
Gene' Long said
Tax Assessor
I reaches across the Santa Fe on SK-325 between" side of the bridge, as promised in the future, traf- homestead exemption apPlica-1 ,, Thomas ,given. the last word Friday

Ilamptun and Schenck's Corner on I'S SOI below fie may begin to flow through Hampton once again. tions are in better shape who :t night
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than ever' before. He said that : Other candidates for contested -
,itrV less than 50 persons are left on. bent: I I offices win( speak in the
I the list of those who have not 1 ten of :I following'order Friday night: Prevatt

yet applied, and most of tries'I UF I I! Tax Collector: Jim Chasteen;

ae expected to get under the l prohibit : i J. R. Kelly (incumbent),

1 wire before 5 p. m. Friday. I versity : t Sheriff: 'H.- A., Lawson P. D.

. L + ;i R r Tax Collector J. R. Kelly saidthat office. i Reddish; (incumbent); Jennings ki 5Lawson
3 3 f.I cent of the Jones < ; !I IPatteIt" "
t e around 85 .per Starling,..j-fcy. ; ;;": '. J. ,
I county's .332070.10 tax roll has County1'Commissioner, "Dist.! 1; L --> .,;.0: J
.a teen collected: ,, although his office ture S ,''jil'f' -
Harold .ft Norman (incumbent); ,', ::> ..> ,<
mailed out'600 notices Wed- '";J
Carl Tr evatt.- wt,isCounepomralssianer- ..
usuday, mostly, to persons ,wnooe cial'

+ for small Amounts on per- Florida.'' : : \Seeber'JK:' Goodman;; W,";H.-tIlist(Bill 3)): ;w.r
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tonal: -popeiiT : .r: :
Graham Hogan Smith
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April I, tax payments carry a "
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will be 'COunty Commissioner, 'gist 5: __ ; '
three per cent penalty, and on } 'o --

x ,;tom Illty :. are .placed.-on the delinquent R. '-Russell) Green. 'J,.; Zedra I Reddish Starling
F list to be advertised for .and or, Hamilton. I

early School Board Dist. 2: W. E. '
.WOODS.FIRES .
I Red Cross Drive _
T: ; : I I'Raniblin' ale.City Clerk Merrill Edwards, I Lawson; W, C. (Billy. ) Powell (incumbent

.b :! who will also officiate at a 5' p. most .I ,), Starts FridayR. Seven woods fires were reported -
/ ? in. FridaY' deadline for payment. ;1 Guy1 School Board, Dist. 4: J. D. by the Forestry Service dur-

of city taxes without I Anally, man Griffis; Rodney. P. Hall ing the past week with-99.6'acres
said that $34,819.40 had alreadyben ator E. 'Edmondson, chairman: So far this there
burned.
.... --............. city's total' 'Third Next Tuesday night rally will year
collected on the Store New announced. yesterday that every- have been. 54 fires with 750.10
held at Moody's ,
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New Hope Bridge across the Santa Fe between Brooker and LaCrosse roll o: ''$43,811.10. He expected bouts River with Senator Johns as the thing is in, readiness for a whirlwind acres burned. Last year at. this

i is another treacherous-looking! structure toads to all bridgeson most of the remainder to be paidbefore ] ; first speaker, followed by Andrews.All .. drive this weekend to raise' time there had been only 20 fires, '

Wrecks'Bridges the Bradford side. are paled, but unpaved in Alachua County. the deadline. tt Bradford County's $2,000 Red with: 112.5 acres burned.
... Edwards also reminded 'the tive rallies are sponsored by the Cross fund quota. The drive will t

1 is. the date ner, Bradford County Democratic Executive the .-
be conducted period
public that April during
( That Is) that dog tag license fees are due, Committee. April 15.' I Gas Service '
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and all dogs within the pity 'ill. Edmondson stressed 'the

limits! ire required to have a tag, Closing Issue !importance of giving generously II To Start Soon .,

In Public r csg he said.A to Red.Cross. this year in view '\
EyeFour lucky man this weekend will of tremendous job the organization I Some homes in the western

be the one who has, already registered j has done in flood relief ,part of the city might have natural -

decrepit wooden bridges, applied for homestead Will Board Monday Jongrecent victims in Central gas service by April 15. This

holdovers from the horse-and-bug iexempuon., paid his state,county, Florida. He pointed to this work I was the prospect this week with ,

gy age are in the public eye these< } taxes and bought, a !as 'an example. of Red Cross aid I II i 99 per cent of the '4-inch gas

days as Bradford County Commissioners I dog tag. I ; yet formally requested- closing of I i it'1e I that' is always forthcoming_ in I II mains and 94 per cent of the:2-

struggle with the< I At least he can just sit back ty } Sink Hole graded road which I time of emergency-whether in', inch mains In place.h __ *.,,'
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problem of financing need..dsecondary and relax.Cancer. for th I traverses; its property a petitionhas peace or war.Minimum I I I I Setrvice lines from the mains

projects while, at the< Indian I already been filed with the Red Cross membership I I into individual homes were 29fc

same time paying for expensivi Vc. Fund 'agenda v'l Board opposing such closing. If is $1, but multiple contributions tier cent complete according to

j.'ghl-of-way! for fonr-laning U. S. w'' : ty ,Container presents its petition of $25 $50. and $100 are the last report. '

301, north and: south. rr fir Dance Slated '. I Monday:the Board will be faced I !frequently made by business i City Clerk Merrill Edwards

Thiee of the bridges 'are across The rsrith another road-closing derjsion. I firms, and are always, welcome A ''reminded home owners and businesses -

San a. Fe River oetween Bradford At Blanding greed I large percentage of the quota re-1]'I that April 15 is the dead- .
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and Alachua County while< fiy r qr irZ7T T mains in Bradford County for'I!n.e for applying lor natural gas
the fourth Is over New Rifer, between : i y.,. Advance tickets are on sale for tained I II home service work that is carried service at the minimum Installation Ji J-'

Bradford and Union. the Cancer Drive benefit danceto site Funeral.Sunday *n throughout the year. i charge of $5.
The State Road Department') ,! held at the Enlisted Men's I
be would" ,,
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proposed "package deal for sole Club, Camp landing on 'Thurs r oral 1: '

ing Bradford's road finance prob. day. Apr. 7, starting at 9 p. m. 'I11e I /
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lems was greeted with something Music for this occasion will be I ',Retired Farmer- Pr

less than enthusiasm" by some r furnished by Pee:Wee Hunt and ;i Board $
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members of the Commission sine e r i f y his nationally known 12th Street i in George: William Andrews, 87,

It called for refinancing an ok Rag Band. Hunt has long been r pa ty. died in a Stark nursing home I

bond issue, at a higher interest recognized as one of the great on last Friday after"an. extended. ill A
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musicians
jazz .
New River bridge at the Flowing Well site on SR 12.RMler Road) its ,ness. r.
first came to fame as trombonistand I
CANCER BENEFIT connects US; 301 north of Lawtey with SR 23 near EUerbee It is singer with Glen Gray's Casa the Mr. Andrews was born in Bradford -
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County on Jan. 13.
DANCEEnlisted the fourth bridge in the secondary program now swinging in the Loma Orchestra. He has recorded who I His parents were the late FrankN.

balance of re-financing efforts. many outstanding hits under the
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Men'sClub ; and Mary Reddish, early settlers -
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Captiol label. could of the community.A .
Tickets for the dance may be ,
301- needs
rate t t meeting U. S. Board retired farmer and stock-
Terwillegar Motors,
Commissioner H, A. purchased at >
The County has made a counter County 30 man Mr. Andrews lived at New
Camp Blanding .. proposal for SRD approval with Bishop said yesterday the Boardis |Alvarez Store.. Starke Telephone with River until six.years ago' when
with the SRD C;).. Canova's Drug'Store, and the.
how towe.ngle still negotiating for
Thurs, April l the main problem being Chamber of commerce'office.. t, l he moved to Starke: He had served
enough funds for'second- and admitted, at this particular A
9 P.M.1 A.M.: on the Board of County Commissioners
ary bridges, at the same time time "It doesn't look too good. I Fe and was a member of .
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Music By so far ,New River Baptist Church- -

PEE WEE HF M Jaycees Plan I Music And SpeechDepartments NEW FIRE I to tion Surviving are his wife Laura Like To Sing? -

I Reddish Andrews, of Starke; one
,And His 12th St. District CaucusThe EMERGENCYNUMBER I haps daughter, Mrs. Irma Moreland.
; To Present Pro other' I FormedAn
I am Chorus
Rag: Band I, tune 1 Jacksonville; three sons Chester Barber Shop Being |
District Caucus for the department E. and Reddish R. Andrews, both ,!
I The music and speech I
Starke Jaycees will be held Saturday School 'of Near River, and Guy AI1dre'A-s.1 j! organization meeting for a (with a chorus that is being for-
of Bradford High The
This Space Contributed Apr. 2 1:30, with p. m festivities at the I will present a program "at'8, p m W04.1701 ta Fe I Starke; and one brother,Rob A.Andrews [Community Men's Chorus will beheld f I.med to take part in the.elementzjy -
starting at j I BarberI
I Jacksonville. school's forthcoming
Weekly to Publicize home of Jerome Johns on Crystal I I Tuesday, April 5, in. tBe:- ew-hig i would ,. Funeral services were held at. I i at 7:30 p. m. Monday, April I j Snop Quartet Concert, Recre* >
i school auditorium. '
Community Events by Lake, All Jaycees present will I : Alter 5 p. m. Friday Aprili sutg '3 p: m. Sunday in the New River I 14, in the Starke Elementary anon Director Robert Benner
and 1 chorus is under the direction did
boating, swimming, The
erJoy i ;Baptist Church with Rev. Lonnie School music building just northof !
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THE COMMUNITY water skiing followed by a pit of :Miss Virginia Seweil.)), while, the abre number .b.ulcl, cy ation of 'L.' Parker officiating. Burial was the cat etorlum. j'said.Two quartets from the Jacksonville

Barbecue. "- I the choral and verse speaking all ''in the family plot in New River The chorus will be a part of t Chapter of the Society
i emergency
to on
meeting will be held; be used for calls
STATE BANK A business S district I choir is under 'the direction ol j j Cemetery under the direction of the city recreation program. and I fr, The Preservation and Encouragement
afjernon to elect -
\ Sunday Mrs. Patti Carlson.. the Starke Fire Department .nay j IWitt C. Jones Funeral Home. ail men who enjoy singing are of Barber Shop
STARKE ant to take care of business -I T
OF < officers coming State I ICOOventio i 'There will be no admission '!j Serving as pallbearers were invited to attend the initial j'I' Quartet Singing in America Kill

.. relate&in to Miami.the j I charge, and the public.is invited. -.. -,.. ..! : ,1 I grandsons; of the deceased. meeting., The: group will meet I be present at Monday's meeting..





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Bridges entered Brad- offered
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i Jacksonville were visiting )Ir. and) fMrsLavern < County Hospital last Friday'j Census I Starts next week. After that, \berries> willI' 1

Outlaw on Wednes- with pneumonia. Her father, M. J.j come in fast he said. Peak volume 1 .

II III i iit day.WO McRae, was discharged from the I ] should be reached in about 2H I
R. G. Paterson and W-O hospital on Saturday where he was* In I ,Area FridayThe weeks. i I TERWILLEGAR MOTORS

I Herbert Sellers returned home confined with pneumonia the past II Scrapping"' has started again,'
Thursday from two months schooling week. Her mother, Mrs. McRae, ,
THE NEWS at the Aberdeen Md. Proving fell at her home Sunday and broke I f 1960 Census pf Populationand 'with dri from market 25 to 30 crates of berries -!
Thursday. By next

..'-_ .... ... -'. ...n._.=:__.._.__. .__ >.# ...,.<........ ror_ .... j jto Grounds. her val hip. She was taken to the DuI I Housing, the nation's ,18th Monday there should Abe around;, WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL!
: -. ..... ...-. -.., ---...!!... 'iairs | ).ffss'Sylvia: Paulk was featured County Medical l. Center'' Inj I,tfecennial 3 nose=::count, gets under 150 crates on the platform, Wain-1

**Mr.- and Mrs; D. A. Montieth'of' J. A. Griffin. and- .Mrs./W.I finger at the 21st annual Cattleman's Jacksonville to, have the hip' sett i'way Friday morning; April 1. wright said. ___n_ __ ___
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Banquet sponsored by to return to Bradford ifiih 100,000 census-takers starting .
Fort Lauderdale and Mr. and Mrs. B.: Mandy will attend the WMT>i !''i I 'J Plant City at first believed to.
Lions club 6f Afachua, last Thursday .County Hospital by the'end! their rounds which will take i NEW CARS AND USED
ftie Montieth and son bf Jacksonville convention in' Daytona Beach :be, knocked out by the torrential
( evening in Alachua. Also attending of the week. ij them to every dwelling unit in'
"' wilt be weekend guests of i iJotr. April 57.I I I ':rains in Hillsborough County two TRUCKS 6 7 CARS TO
:were Mrs. Dave Paulk, E.L.. 'Langston, father of J.rs.1 i{! the U. S.I ,
and Mrs. G. J. McCriff Jr. i F. B. Beard, Sr. in Tallahassee 1 weeks ago. is back in the picture'I ,
was Mrs. Eoline Smith, Vernon Red- Eustis :McKnight, suffered aj i The nine enumerators who will SELECT FROM
C Mr. and Mrs. Barney :McRae and on business from ''I !again and had 1,200 crates shipped !
Monday dish, Judge G. L. Patten, and Rep. stroke last Friday. Here for the, take'the census in BradfordCounty
Leonard Connor spent the week- to Wednesday.Mrs. and Mrs. weekend Monday.. Price range was from 23
Doyle Conner. with
their father ;; are: Louise Tenly, Vera J
tend in Atlanta with Mr. and Mrs. Mable Braden of Jackson j Mr. and Mrs. Barney McRae C. E. Langston of Columbia S.were C. I:[jGraudon I ,. Betty Mae Crawford i to 35 cents a pint. The Miami area Visit Terwillegar. Motors Today!
D. Wells. its
:JL. I ville and Mrs. Virginia McGuire i visited :Mr. and Mrs. Cary Nas- and Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Langston Ruth Haines, Lib Newcomb. and expected to be through shipping
I :Mrs. Clyde TerwiDegar entertained of Palatka were weekend guestsof I worth, and Dr. and Mrs: Barney of Manning, S.C. I Hazel Howell. all of Starke; Mary j 1 after next week. _.--- -- ---

the Wednesday morning I Mr. and Mrs. Errol Alvarez. McRae, Jr. in Jacksonville .and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Wingate of CiI: Bennett and Hazel Jones, !! The season here will ,
bridge club at luncheonbridgeit Purchase any model of Sinter :Mrs. M. J. MacRae in the Duval Jacksonville were weekend guests!I Lawtey; and Dorothy J. Norton 1'short, Wainwright said, running a.i "

the Timuquana Country. Club i Sewing Machine At Denmark Medical Center on Tuesday. of :Mr. and Mrs. Tyler Jones. iBrooker.!t Mrs: Zeluan Crawford !;full two weeks behind schedule. 1941 FORD V-8
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*n Jacksonville on Wednesday. Mrs. J. C. and Mrs. F. W. Mrs.: !of Lake Butler
Madeline is leader.
------ Furniture Co. tf Sapp Andrews of Fort crew Some corn has been set in the,,
: Those from out of town attend- Watterson were' in Lake City Lauderdale spent the weekend!I i' The enumerators have been re- I Starke area in the past week and! i
: Best Qualified :' ing the funeral of O. E. Stans-i Tuesday attending the A.S.C. with her sister Mrs. Grace Ritch.''ceiving.I Instruction each morn-I I there has been a light setting' of 1 1I I it t i4S-00 1949 FORD V-8

: i I bury last week were Mr. and Mrs.,I meeting. Mrs. Ritch also had as Saturday I ling I this week in the Woman's ;pepper though plants are very)

: -Bark G. K. Stansbury of Pensacola, Mr.II I! Mrs Barney McRae returned evening' visitors, Mr. and Mrs.f I lub building, concluding the I scarce, the market manager re-| $195.00 1950. FORD V-8
and Mrs. D. J. Stansbury of NewPort I i last Wednesday from two weeks in Dan Hazen of Jacksonville and! course on Thursday. j]ported.

.41 Richey, Mrs. Hazel Mann of i Pensacola where she was visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Hazen, Jr. of!j I 'It was pointed out that resi- $245.00 .. 1953 FORD V-8
.. Wheeling W. Va., Mrs. Alice i her brother Fred Bailey in the Starke. I!j I dents'of this area can help speedup I j Plant ClinicScheduled

j Johnson of Lawrence; Pa., Mrs. hospital there, Miss Elizabeth Lawson of West :'[t the big count by having their -
Hannah Rourke of Pittsburgh, Mrs. Maxie Carter, Sr. and Mrs. Palm Beach was visiting herr i j I Advance Report Forms filled outij; Here

Pa., Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Curry Carter, Jr. attended the' tenth parents Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Law: and ready when the census-taker For I
6th
April TERWILLEGAR MOTORSYour
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Dahl, Mrs. birthday anniversary party of son, over the weekend. i'I calls. 'This advance action will '

rk.I9 Mabel Braden, Miss Myrtle Reddish Marian: Faulk in Jacksonville Mrs.. William Byrd of Lakeland,4 i save time both for the househoud The annual Horticulture Plant I!
\ and Mr. and Mrs. Berry Monday: afternoon. Mrs. Carter former Starke resident, will'Abe Und: the enumerator. .
Johns, all of Jacksonville.Mr. Jr. took colored movies of the here Thursday to Saturday visiting -t Mrs. Crawford said that thecensustaking Clinic will be held Wednesday, ( Authorized FORD And

1 and Mrs. Herbert Thomas party. After the party they visited friends and staying with ,Mr.i I[ had been well April 6. from 2 to 4 p. m. at the j

and daughter. Kathleen will spend I Mrs. Royal Hawkins in Jack- end Mrs. Frank Jarvis. Mrs. Byrd I mapped and that she felt sure American Legion Hall on the i iI A-l Used Car Dealer. In
1 the weekend in' Groveland.Mrs. I j sonville. and children will leave the mid-]that nobody would be missed. She I Fair Grounds in Starke. i j _
rfr1 Mr. and Mrs. Ned Yancey and ale of April for French that cooperation on the pant to '
P. A. McDonald of Albany Moroccoo;; I Subject be discussed will bej I
family were visiting Mr. and Mrs., to her | f householders would be a big I Bradford
!Ga. is spending several weeks with, |!' join husband who a radar -(+ ,tne general maintenance and caret: CountyVAYNE'S
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her sister-in-law, Mrs. Bynum C. A. Yancey in Jacksonville on technician for Philco .Corpora-!factor in completing a speedy i of plants and lawns, and land- ,
I Sunday.Mr. and accurate census. _. -
Perkins. Mrs. Lynn Hall of Hamp- tion.Mrs. I scaping. The clinic is sponsored i ----6
: Mrs. Charles and It was pointed out that it is
I ton will also be Thursday evening and Hardy M. L. Lawson and daughter 'by the Agricultural Extension i
family of 614 Grand street have Sally, visited to the advantage to the county '
:dinner guest of Mrs. Perkins. Mr. and 'Mrs.: I[Service with G T. Huggins and ,
purchased the E. S. Matthews Guy Dyal, in Green Cove Springs and the various incorporatedtowns ,Miss Dorothy Ross, county extension -:
Mrs. L. S. Hutto celebrated her
home at 327 N. Walnut street: and Sunday afternoon. .< I to have as large a census j i agents.
I 78th birthday on bunaay witha are in the process of moving this I!1 Sen. and Mrs. C. E. Johns and,count as possible since many I I : jJ ;
family reunion. Outof-town week. I daughter, Markleyan, attended the, state, and federal benefits are urged
guests were Mr. and Mrs. Charley based population. It is also :
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Mr. and Mrs. Riley Wasdin were I funeral i of Fred Herman in Tampa j plant j troubles.
Parker of Cocoa and Mr. and Mrs. visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Was-ion rosier to obtain construction ![
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and of Jacksonville In ,
T. F. Hutto family din in Waldo on Sunday j| Paul Knight and Kenneth Gray money and other financing -- '
i [Pd. Pol. Adv.l Mrs. John Griffin of Ochlocknee, returned to :Miami Sunday after larger communities.It -- I I II
Ga. is spending this week with. was also emphasized that
i spending several days with Mrs..
"Don't Settle For Less Than A Jim Tone')'" her,, parents, Mr and Mrs. F. F. 'D. E. Knight. all information about individuals ---F- 'Ior"'id '
Stump. | and their homes is held by the ; a"Theatre CASH SUPEKETTCOwned

JIM TONEY HOMES $1495 and Extra Bobbins save lime-Stock Census Bureau in strict confi- I
u p with Singer Bobbins at Denmark Union Ralliesfi under Federal law. It is and Operated by Wayne Douglas and Cecil

up Furniture Co. tt ,only to provide summary Douglas, Formerly Manager of Suwannee Store
MO. L. F. Thomas of Fort Myers gures, such as totals. averages,
PAYMENTS AS LOW AS 37.50 I 671 W. Madison Phone WO 4-9231
M: rs. R. R. Andrews and Mr. and Start percentages. The information
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Mrs. Herbert Thomas. I j Toiiightr individuals cannot be fur-

Mrs. H. A Purden and Mrs. hed to anyone other than i We Give Family Stamps

spent the weekena with Mr. and 'The first political in Union sworn census employees and thus
Bruce Durden and baby of Jacksonville rally cannot, be used for investigation
I County will be held tonight SAT. APRIL 2
Beach were :Mr. taxation, or regulation. HERSHEY'S
visiting (Thursday) at Palestine on SR 1st. Featurer '
and Mrs. J. H. Ritch on Wednes- 100 5 Ibs.
west
of Lake
.+ Butler startingat C SUGAR' 29'
day.Mrs. 8 p.m. Berries On Way PARAMOUNT Plmts
N. B. Rosier and son, Bill, The
gathering-\\\ill be of in
visited her sister, :Mrs. C. H. terest to voters in Bradford, a 1 : KIRKDOUGLISHHWAIUS1 (Limit One With $5.00 Grocery Order)

Dittnur in Jacksonville Monday.Mr. well Union Recovery .
as County since i i ,
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MlHONYQUWH KOUNTY KIST
and Mrs. L. C. Smith and affords the first meeting "on th

No Money Down -. No Charge For Travel daughter day to 547 Beth Lanvale, twill street move,'Mon; stump" of incumbent Senator / COT BEANS .. 303 lOc
Daytona .
E. Johns ,
Charley and his opponent mami' I
,. f' Y 6"1' 6 Beach. ., Bradford County strawberries
JIM TOXEY BUILDERS I t Guy Andrews, of: Starke. In I A ......... ..
from -
!'BrA a-quick- JIM DANDY
staging
K t. i jo} \\t MisaWida Jean Gentry ret ni- their pre-ra'liy"campatgning. Senator recovery 'i" ,
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'd to damage caused by late winter '
( Wesleyan College Mondayaiter j llb.
Is.U.DO, FLA. Johns has been stressing GRITS 10c.
spending the spring holidays i cold and rains and Starke Market carton ;
"seniority
Please hare salesman call onName with her experience, and prestige 'Manager. R. Wainwright predicted I NI
parents, Mr. and "
while .
Mrs. J L. Andrews maintains"It's a light volume of fruit will M8 Z. I
Gentry.
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Mr. and Mrs. Harold Segars Palestine rally will give both candidates
Address ____, ___--__ '- and children of'Camden, S. C. their first opportunity to of Hampton and Mrs. Ella Haislop i HHHGOUfr I ;
arrived Friday to spend several of LIMIT 2 JARS
other of Starke were dinner guests
Approximate Location _________ Gentry.days with Mr. and .Mrs. J. L- develop Union!County!issues.politics. is sparked :Mr! ,and Mrs. Freddie Wattersonlast 2nd. Feature f PURE LADD? 31bs. 29c'

_. by ten contests, while four I Sunday.
incumbents ,
--- --------- Mrs. Lucile Davis spent the Miss Patricia Alvarez of Jacksonville r I ..,
I understand I am under no obligation. I will ,be home weekend with Mr. and Mrs. H. G. are unopposed. spent Friday night and iR R BALLARD SELF-RISING
Those without
on __._-- \L.3f. Davis Jr. and family in Gainesville Circuit opposition are Saturday' with her parents, Mr. 51bs
Court Clerk Robert FLOUR 49c
t, and Monday night with Mrs. Driggeis fl
1 I I 6.11111 III" and Mrs. O. R. Alvarez. f ,
PLUMBING I WIRING AND INSIDE FINISHED Margaret Sparkman in Waldo. j County; Tax Commission Collector R.Chairman R. Pierce S., Funeral services for the infant ( r Ij
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MATERIALS CAN BE ADDED AT'SMALL Miss Betty Sue Alderman of M. Brown, and Supervisor of son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald New MAXWELL HOUSE INSTANT

ADDITIONAL CHARGE Lake City was overnight guest Registration Beatrice Courson. mans were contracted Sunday I COFFEE "> oz. $x:39 6 oz. 89c
Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. S. G. afternoon by Rev. Stallings of Rai- j
If You Don't See Us First We Both Lose Money Denmark.Mr. Sheriff John Whitehead is op ford and. Rev. Strickland. I.imitOne
posed by Ones Tax .
Douglas; Assessor
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and Mrs. P. M Barefoot
JIM TONEY BUILDERS had as recent visitors Mr. and : Marcus Howard by Bryan I HOOD 33

I CALL COLLECT PHONE HO 8.2781-WALDO, FLA. Mrs.Haven,Henry Mich. Parker of Grand ;Hendricks. S. Thomas; School!foy James SuperintendentT. Cason III; Jenkins Nursery j BLEACHgallon 25'

.. a.r Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dinkins :and County Judge S. B. Brooksby t

and daughter, Jane attended the Andrews.former Representative Fred f 902 North Oak St. I PATTY

Band District Meeting in Fernan- I
for
In Union County School Board! Blocks OLEO 1/2lb- 2 lSc
dina on Saturday. They were ac- 2 Off East
: AYEAT HURT'SPLUS companied home by Margaret and ]races incumbent W. B. Bloods--! Brownlee St. ail .
Becky Dinkins who participated 'worth is opposed by Monroe) Kit ,.. IOU
in I lei and A. M. Jones in District I.! Frances Jenkins, Owner CGSTELLOCartoon PRODUCE
it.Mr. .
and Mrs. James Grooverspent while' Silas Crawford, incumben 1
rl the weekend with her j and Carl Biding are vying f I. SWEET
% Green JI
= & Stamps mother, Mrs. Louise Price, in I the: District 4 seat. SPRING SALEALL POTATOES 3 Ibs. for 25

Quitman Ga. Seeking the County Commission j! .' c
.Misses Margaret Dinkins and J District 1 post are Dana Duke,
THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL Flora Slade recently received the J incumbent, and Jesse Dukes, Jr. PLANTS GROWN AND FIRM RIPE

Pepsi-Cola :Merit Award. ]For' the two-year unexpired termin SOLD IN CONTAINERS t BANANASCABBAGE ib. 10

I Mr. and Mrs. Don Bagwell and j District 4, incumbent Frank .
Lie trmn, 25c
bushy plants ea
: children were visiting relatives ,in ]Brown is opposed by Lester Shay,

WAREHOUSE CLEARANCESALE St. Petersburg over the week 'while Fred Thomas, incumbent,! Ugstrum ________l 50c ear. 3 Ibs. for IOc

end.Miss and Royce Shaw are seeking the. 3 for $1.25 ,

OF USED FURNITURE : :Martha Dayton graduated I District 5 seat.PINEI.FVEII. I Irma
from the Riverside Hair-Stylin g Ligstrum, 2 ft. .. $1.00 ea. a wan CARROTS cello pkgeach. Sc
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\ Academy Jacksonville, last FJ- YYY YYYYYYYYYYY.I t 3 for $2.50 : ,IMPOSSIBLE POSSUM
day evening. She will start working j I
Viburnum. bushy 25c ea. CUBE
plants
l as a beautician in Jackson I !

USED USED ville on Thursday. "Viburnum r____ 75c ea. SUN., MON., & TUES. Mla.[ 'lb.
Singer sewing Machine Needles Mrs. H. M. McRae 3 for ,%.00 April 3, 4, & 5 StEAK 69C
: COUCHES CHAIRS at Denmark Furnltur Co. (f i -
I I uwuaa.a. tw.aa.u 1. JapYew ___._ 2Se f'a.Jap .
Mrs D. L. Silcox spent the .t HICKORY
first of the week with Sir and Rev. W. E. Hall and Mr. and Yv 700 f'a'; lb.'
4 -
ef Mrs. R. H. M rs. Lucian Conner SMOKED SAUSAGE 49c
19.95 2.95 Cox in Live Oak. and son, 3 for $2.00 ,
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Maddox and I DougUs, attended the Pilgrims of .- ; ,- *
t Mrs. Izona Bradley of Miami were ]Florida' meeting at Pensacola.tMarch Boxwood 29c ea. GEORGIA _.

And Up And UpI weekend guests of Mrs. W. B. 25.2& jj .
Mundy and Mrs. J. B. Sapp. The Youth Fellowship meetingl ,Border Plants -.. Lie 'bunch SMOKED BACON { Ib.2Sc

They also had as a Sunday visitor will convene with'Pine Level j ; For \VaIks and DrivewaysHydrangeas
Cartoon HEARTS GLOWERS
Special. NEW NEW -- Special Mrs Thelma Steele of Gainesville.. Church on' April. Everyone wel-' large __ $1.25 ea. : 3 LB. PKG. FROZEN CHICKEN '
Mr. and Mrs. One Hutchins and I come. .
family were in Palatka Saturday Mrs. Roberta Lamb, sister of'I' Spirei, Double White WED.,' THURS., & FRI. NECKS & BACKS 45

Coffee Tables $$6.95 visiting Mr. and Mrs. Joel! HulL Mrs H. H Lewis, and her niece,I In Bloom ___ 59c ea. Apr. 6, 7, & 8 -
[. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Durkee of Mrs. Olive Parker, bojh of 3 LB. ,PKG.-FROZEN CHICKEN. -

Gainesville are spending this week I sonville. are spending a few JaCk-t Spires, large _._- $159 ea a I .
1wy
with her parents. Mr. and Mrs.J J here with Mr. and Mrs. Ij j BREASTS & THIGHS 99'
End Tables $$495Y Pyrarantha, red berries in Fall
w r r Carl Johns I Lewis. ; OP '
: and full of bloom
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Winter
Mrs. Zack Crawford and children Goodman oftStarke. l flDRSaroewa SMALL FLA.
|L75 each
of Gainesville spent several : and Mrs. A. J. Fender and

w Length Door Mirrors $9.95 days last week with her parents.I daughter, Geraldine accompanied j j! Xandina, red berries in Fail 1,. EGGS- 3 doz. 99c
p Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Johns. J Rev. W. E. Hall to Hilliard Saturday -, .
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; And, Winter ___ $1.00 ea.
M Mrs. Henry Godwin Mrs. R. S for a visit with Mrs. Hall and! i UooWt

Mullins, Mrs. C. D. Williams, and 4 daughter. Mrs. J. E. Murrhee. Arbonitas __ $1.50 ea. DAYLITE CO-OP FOODS
K Miss Sue Morris will attend the Mrs. Dorothy Sherrell of Starke,; In Small Lots
r HART FURNITURE CO Wesleyan Service Guild weekendin I and Mrs. O. W. McRae and sons'

Leesburg, April; 'I.3. 1 visited'Mrs. McRae's sister Mr s.I f t Ferns, Geraniums. Begonias, Open 7 Days A Week 8 to 9P.GE
Misses Mary Agnes Matthews I Cassie Wynn, in Jackonville FriI Azaleas, Crotens. Bear Grass Cartoon: ,-

: Starke, Florida and Barbara Bates of FSU w\]ll.be I day of last week. and Others. SLEEPY. .TIME SQUIRREL j .

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THURSDAY .MARCH 31, 1900 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, ..STARKE FLORIDA PAGE THREE
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I.L. A. Davis Home Garden Club Elects ,Madison St. WMS Judge T.G.FutchflBradford jceive payment for what they I Elks To Install
I : 1[have lost.
Is Scene Of Tea Slate Of Officers
II Circle 1 of the Madison Street i I New OfficersOfficers
M For Miss SewellThe i At Monday.Meeting- Baptist Church will meet Tues- Native; j I CARD OF THANKSi
I I I 1 I day morning at 9:30 o'clock at i for the new lodge year
i I.. A. Davis'home at"833 W. An interesting program on. the the home of Mrs: Freeman Register. Dies In Leesburg i I The many kindnesses and sympathy will be installed Monday night at

Madison street was the settingfor history land cultivation of African Jr.. 134 E. South street. of our friends In our re- 8 o'clock by Starke Lodge No.
', I tent sorrow will always remain
.1602, BPOE. The installation will
-- i'Gladva a lovely' tea last Saturday violets was preented by Mrs. Circuit Judge Truman G.
lIooty I II afternoon, given iy Mrs. Davis, Eynum Perkins at the Starke J-itch. 68, a native of Bradford !In our memory. Our sincere I I bt: conducted by Lee Monk, D. D.
., ., ,.. Eight NabbedIn :thanks and appreciation are extended G. E. R. and other Grand Officers.
I ... L .11. i Mrs. A Z. Adkins, :Mrs. Fred Garden Club meeting Monday County died last week in a Central [: for all of those comforting I .
Guy and Mrs. Del Colley honoring night in St. Mark's Parish house. Florida hospital after a brief
Cookie Sale Set Elks Club Ladies i' : words and acts. -The A. E. A smoked mullet will be
i 1MLss Virginia ewel1, bride. The speaker was introduced by .llness. I i supper
I Enjoy, Social elect. Mrs. A. Russell Norman, program. Liquor RaidsFive Judge Futch was born near McKinney family served at 7 p. m. prior to the
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The Girl Scouts and Brownies meeting.Vote .
Arrangements of Spring flowersin chairman. Hampton on Oct. 1, 1891 and was -
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fill.hold their annual Scout cookie I The Elks Ladies held their bimonthly -i tones of yellow and white with Mrs..Perkins illustrated her talk I defendants, charged with carried in 1913 to Lillie May -

sale starling April 1. The cookies social' meeting Tuesdaywill gladioli, _azaleas and chrysanthemums with several species of violet liquor law violations as a resultof Anderson, also a Bradford County For

sell for 35c a.box. I night, with some 15 members 'of predominating, were placedin slants and showed the right .and I multiple raids staged in the native. They had two children.d dI R. H. (Russell) GREEN Jr.

the group attending. J! the party rooms. wrong, ways of propagation. county last Friday night, pleaded G. Futch Jr., Leesburg attorney r ,

Correction .I The ladies meet at the lodge The tea table in the dining Mrs J. N. Hoptcins president, not guilty when arraigned in and Mrs. Robert R. McEmber, J
: every other Tuesday night and all room was covered witha handmade presided over the meeting, andMiss County Judge's Court here Wed of Lafayette, Ind. FOB
In last weeks issue it was stal d I Elks are extended an invitation embroidered cutwork and Clara Leaman gave the' de- nesday. The sivth defendant- Beginning his career as a 1
that the marriage of Mbs'Bet e to take part.Executive: pleaded guilty on one charge and
lace cloth, centered with an arrangement votion. The Gainesville Garden teacher, at the age of 17, Judge I
Sue Alderman to Dr. J. E. Den: .: not guilty: on another. County CommissionerDist.
.1 of white and yellow Club extended an invitation to Ft tch passed the Florida bar in
mark would take place} on May 1 Board Twenty State Beverage Department -
June 1913 and
started
I daffodils and chrysanthemums in members to enter exhibits in their practicing ,
in the First Methodist Church of I agents, augmented bythnifi's law at Lake Butler, where he ? 5 Brooker
Lake error.The I executive board of the, a low silver bowl. Flanking the Spring Flower show at Hotel : remained ( and New Kim)
City. This was an Starke Woman's.Club will meet:, arrangement at angles were two Thomas, April 23. Members were deputies and'city police until 1915 when he I Imo"ed Tv:14
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The correct date of the wedding I split into teams for the surprise to Leesburg. While' ati
afternoon, 7, at silver candelabra with burning reminded of the Florida Federation'of
Thursday Apr
is 21. : visits last Friday night and nab-
May
LaKe Butler he
was city
Garden Clubs 31th Annual
2:30 o'clock in the club house. yellow tapers. Silver traysand
i bed the at-I in
following [tall Negroes]: Representing All of
and
compotes held dainty sandwiches, State Convention to be held April tcmey later mayor. _
decorated cake nuts and 12-14 at the Biltmore Hotel in Alt mese Johnson. 52, Lincoln After moving to Leesburg,r!
when you needRELIABLE mints. Presiding squares!at the silver Palm Beach. City, three charges-sale of tax Judge Futch served as state At-i I Bradford County.
paid whiskey; sale of non-tax tomey for Lake and Sumter j
coffee and tea service 'at different The nominating committee, I WILL APPRECIATE YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT
paid whiskey and of
; possession
Counties, and also: ,
served in the
hours were Mrs. K. G. Duncan, composed of Mrs. J. D.. Doyle, Mrs. non-tax I (Pd. Pol. Adv.)
paid whiskey. Bond set
. Mrs. E. K. Perryman and Mrs: Perkins and Miss Clara Leaman, Florida HoUse and Senate. In I ------- -- --
GAS SERVICETHINK at $500 on each count. 1948 he was commissioner to fill !
Edward Burns. The buffet In the presented the following slate of
I Clifford School Boy] Kelly out the unexpired term of a judge i.
dining room held a centerpiece of officers for 1960-61; ,president
OF GLADE (GAS white and yellow ,azaleas and Mrs. Smith DeVoe first vice-pre'I. 40, operator east of Lawtey of a, one Negro charge-nightspot elected who died in in 1954.office, and was re- ':I
Re-elect
gladioli, flanked by tall yellow iioent, Mrs. M. F.,Hazen; second I sale of tax paid whiskey in ,a dry Il l GEORGE L PATTEN
I tapers in silver candelabra. vice-president. Miss Dorothy Ross; I II i'
i county.; Bond $500.. r !
TANKS FROM: GALLONS TO 1,000 OR Ur I Guests were greeted at the door third vice-president,, Mrs- P. T.: Madie Williams, 44, of Starke I Rotarians Hear .J.JI J

by Mis. L. A. Davis and Mrs. Fred Noun; recording'secretary, :Mrs. two charges -sale of tax Paid Talk On Cuba I -
PHONE WO 4.3551 I
I Guy. Mrs. Crosby H. Dawkina of Paul Raymond; corresponding sec. whiskey, and sale of non-tax
Jacksonville and :Miss Della Rosen- retary. Mrs: Frazier Shaw; treasurer paid whiskey-Bond'$500 on each. Under Castro I __ CIRCUIT JUDGE
r '; berg introduced guests to the re- Mrs. Harry :Mooty. count. t t ,
I An interesting talk on Cuba
ceiving line composed of Mrs. A. The hostesses carried out the lola Littles,,57: Reno, one under
I JZ.i Adkins, Mrs. W. B. Sewell, St. Patrick's Day theme in the charge-sale of,tax paid whiskey the'the'Castro regime was given EIGHTH
at
Rotary Club Wednesday -
tl mother of the bride-elect Miss attractive green and white table m dry county'-.- Bond '$500- q % ,
bf Col. T. T. Long, who rej j
r Sewell, the honoree Mrs. JeffersonD. decorations and refreshments during Ollie Mae, Cummings, ,54r Reno
r L Powell of Jacksonville, mother the social hour, one charge-sale of non-tax paid eeutly returned from a month'sHay JUDICIAL CIRCUITThe
in
= a resort area 80 miles
i of the bridegroom-elect, and Mrs. whiskey, Bond $500. '

SI. H I II I I Del Colley. Junior[ Club Plans Lillie Mae Hood;, 34, Reno, two I from Long Havana.said that the Cuban peo-

SERVICE I, Assisting as floor-hostesses and Political Activity i charges: sale of non-tax paid ;I p:>: generally hold no animosity
I|I serving were Mrs. Foster Shi I whiskey, and possesion of non- ': toward U. S. citizens and that 'only candidate in the race having Judicial experience -
1 Smith, Mrs. McDonald, At Final i tax whiskey. Bond
$500 on
Joseph paid
j Rally
AT ITS BEST i he and! his
I' companions met only in the Courts of Florida and experience as a
:[rs. Lester Crews, Mrs. W. H. I each charge. I
Nollman Mrs. Titus Olson. Mrs.L. The Junior Woman's Club will i The Hood woman pleaded not :'djiing friendly their courteous stay thene.I treatment. practicing attorney in Florida.

G. Pou'ell.Irs.. O. L. Haynes sponsor a political parade and box i guilty on the sale charge, and ,
1 I He said however, that the Qualified mpartialExperienced
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Sr., Mrs. Jos. E. Wilson. Mrs L. supper preceding the Oemocr"tUcPo :guilty on the possession charge.Se '.business property of many Cubans -

D. Vining Mrs. C. E. Johns Mrs. >litical Rally on April 29 In was sentenced to ,pay $150 I as well as U. S. interests, Your Vote and Support Will Re Appreciated.
11I T. T. Long, and Mrs T. H. Slade, Stal ke. Profit from this fund- fine ,or serve sixty days on her is being taken
over by the Cuban
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Passing sandwiches and caring raising event will go towards the I I guilty plea. !government with little likelI- (Pet._ ('01. .\d\'.)
for the guests were Misses Flora Community Swimming Pool Fund. I All other' defendants pleadednot hood the
owners will
ever re-
Slade. Martha Weldon Markleyann It is the aim of the club to I guilty and will remain at

e e.i es Johns, Jane Guy, and Anne stimulate interest in the May liberty under their bonds as previously -.. -'''-' --: -'- '_: -. -' .-_--- iTLi-- ::::if: ifI : _- -: '
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GOLOWIRE SERVICENTER Matthews. primary elections and to get all set, until their cases are -- ; --
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Approximately 15 guests called qualified voters to the polls and tried :later in County Judge's
I to the rally.Chairman. Court. I
between the appointed hours, four

to five-thirty. for this community I .
achievement project is Miss Betty! READERS
Asphalt Driveways
Jane Morgan. i
Carol BloodworthHas
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AQUA POOLS .r ) I Birthday Party Ladies' Council 1, ,: ;.-\ 0 I

: }fr. and Mrs. Jim Bloodworthgave Mee t s']n Annex' '" '' *" .'I I'I STARKE ASPHALT j

All New .- All Shapes') : a birthday party last Friday j jLadies PAVING COMPANY
afternoon for their daughter, Members of Circle 3 of the ATTENTION )
and Sizes i Carol, who was five years old. ,Council of the First. I 213 S. Cherry St.

Birthday cake ,..and ice'cream Christian Church met in the I :
Phone WO 9.2011
were enjoyed at, Mama Priest's nuich annex last : Thursday I
I Kindergarten the first part of night with nine members and!
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the afternoon the 24 lithe one visitor present. j| Evening
by A MESSAGE TO READERS OF THE TELEGRAPH IN
After the devotional'by Mrs.
I guests after which they were Phone WO 4i5G3RUMORS
taken to Jacksonville to appear on Rc&abell Tomlinson the program -
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NOW A
I the Popeye Playhouse TV pro- was presented by Mrs. W.
L. Andrews and Mrs Bob Bad-
gram.
Assisting Mr._ 'and Mrs. Blood- Sttt. Mrs. Lester Kite led in CORRESPONDENT.From .
... ,., 13 AS LOW AS .
:worth were Mrs. Dolph Reddish, prayer. I
$2,000 I Mrs. Drew Reddish, Mrs. A. J.' During the business meeting,
time to time attention has been called to the fact
I plans were made to visit the old our
Thomas, Jr., Mrs. Walter King, TO OUR CUSTOMERSand
PHONE TODAY
: 12 x 27 Size Mrs. 'J. R. Wainwright, and Mrs. people's home in Jacksonville on Prospective Customers that a reader has been puzzled or "miffed" by having an
Heights 4305 No Down Clyde Priest. April 21. AU of the members
Keystone
Money '
item omitted
from
the of his community. There
panned: to entertain some of the news are,

(Collect Calls Accepted) Up To 5 Yrs. To Pay boys and girls of the Johnson of course, good reasons for the omission and it is not
BRIGHTEN UP! Quartet on the night of April We Are in Business to
the fault -of the who is his her bestto
Painting and DecoratingAt 13. Stay Under Our Present correspondent, doing or

TRIEST CONSTRUCTION CO. LOWEST PRICES Refreshments were served- dur- Setup. report the significant news. In 9 cases out of 10, when
ing the social hour. -
CallDANKINS The next,meeting will be held 9 an item is omitted it is due to lack of sufficient space to include -
P. 0. Box 557 Keystone Heights! Fla. I The Painter April 21 with Mrs. Lester-. Kite.
414 ,E. South St. r We Appreciate your busi- j everything that is submitted in a given week.

Junior Club Will ness and we are here to

stay in spite of the THE TELEGRAPH NOW HAS ALMOST 20 CORRES-
Hear T. H. SladeThe
IMllEt'i i I RUMORSThanks PONDENTS WRITING FROM COMMUNITIES IN A 50

: ; Junior Woman's Club will MILE AREA FROM MELROSE TO BALDWIN
meet in the club house Monday
night for a'program on religious
THERE'S ONE :' / IT'D BE a; J SHE KEEPS /OMETHIMSI) : and foreign affairs."T. H. Slade M. E. ADKINS, Owner Therefore, in order to give SOME space to each 'of these
THING X DOM'T IF TEACHER TRYIM' TO LIKE 15 NOl>R1 HIN'n will be guest speaker.
LIKE ABOUT DID 'T ASK FIND OUT WHAT GOOD FOOD F i Hostesses will, be, :Mrs. Carl PARTSSERVICE communities, it is necessary for us to omit at times a lesser

i SCHOOL! QUtSTJO SO MANY I f .I he Lamar Johns, chairman, Mrs important item of personal news. We want to continue

I Vernon Silcox, Mrs. R. S. Mullins,
s. fish.e
and Miss Norma Canova. giving your community good representation in The Telegraph -
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ar each week, and will do so within the limitations of

UDC To MeetThe
354.W. Madison time and space.

W. T. Weeks chapter, PHONE WO 3-'17x1
U. D. C. will meet Wednesday Nile WO 4.5885 In this age of the automobile, frequent visits to nearby

I afternoon the home, April of 6r Mrs.at 3:30 Jesse o'clockat New- towns or cities are,no longer the "big news" they were before

2e some. HUMORS hard roads made it possible for people to get around and

ROUND STEAK 3LBS. '. visit like they do today. Therefore, your newspaper has hadto

FRESH "cut down" on items concerning shopping trips to neigh-

,SIRLOIN STEAK GROUND MEAT S SEN. TOM ADAMSCANDIDATE boring cities; Sunday visits between folks of the same com-
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munity or nearby communities; visits that are so regular as

T-BONE STEAK. BRISKET STEW to become routine; minor illnesses; attendance at nearby

CUBE STEAK RIB STEW FOR churches or entertainments; long lists: of guests at parties,

reunions weddings etc. of that
except, course guests

SECRETARY of STATEWILL from long distances. .
lb. come
SMOKED BACON 29' SMOKED PICNICS 29' "

LEAN RIPE BE AT THE We are just as interested in you and your activities as ever,

lb. lb. but we thought that an understanding of the problems we

SPARE RIBS .29 BANANAS 10 GARDEN. RESTAURANTSunday are up against in reporting, the happenings of 18 communities -

PRICES GOOD FROM THURSDAY THROUGH MONDAY NIGHT would _help you in submitting your items to the corres-

OPEN 6 DAYS A WEEK -- 7 A.M. to 9 PJH. CLOSED ON MONDAY pondent. Your cooperation will be greatly appreciated and

Morning -- April 3 will enable us to give you a newsier, more interesting, and

A T At 8:00 better edited newspaper.

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0"-1 ...-.,_ .... -' -,. -..- ,01 .,!,,)" t-'-"'. 1iI1!" !"_ r''_. drill to-plant sbania for a cov- Fishing Contest placed. under $500 bond. Presbyterian Church
't er crop on his 'cropland.. The Barrens were jailed Thursday Sunday Church school, 9.:45a. :

editorial _,.Fre's Diaryf : night March 24 on charges m. Morning Worship, 11 a. m.,
'A request for a' soil conservation Starts, Friday stemming from a cutting scrape "Alone with: God. Holy Commuion. --
.f made outside of the .Snack Bar on Meeting of the Diaconate,
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Fishing enthusiasts. are remind.ed Temple Ave. 2:30: P m.: Meeting of the. Sessrcn -
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Conner Best For The JobIt f Aiibtin Fender' His land, lines -
round for them.' One.man had of the Chamber _of Commerce James Moon. 26, of Locust 3:30: p. m. Youth Fellowship
sjme'plants lined up',over'at-La-, were located on aerial photographs fishing contest which gets und Grove Ga.. and Lane Grimmes 6, p. m. Evening Worship "Great
is a matter of encouragement and a great Crosse,' but ;the Vower left: the and. 'a request was made rwaj' here n',April 1,.and continues 25, of Starke received knife cuts Voices, of Faith: Anne.Askew."
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deal of satisfaction to see the worth of a Brad lid off the plant bed the night of- fit: a soil survey through Sept. ,I. is the fracas and received hospital 7:30: p- m.

ford County man recognized outside of our own the big' frost. / 1d that was', .that. The main,'objective of all soil A,total .of $300 in.prizes' will.be treatment.Mr. WednesdayMidwee Service,
community, most especially when that Itlan. is .- ., conservation districts is to have awarded for the largest catchesin and Mrs. Barron both 7:30 p. m.
a candidate for statewide office. That is whywe "Maip.. idea -around :JberejOWsaemsto $ ,complete, soil and water con- four categories: black bass, }pleaded; not guilty at the hearing ,FridayMen's Work Night. 1
take particular pride in seeing, other newspapers be to specialize on'bjftrr""ries ? ; servation'program in effect .on speckled perch bream, and shell hire Monday afternoon. p. m. Choir practice. 8 p. m .

j> endorse the candidacy of Bradford's sweet 'corn, ,and. pepper'and: every. ', farm or ranch within its crackers. In order to be eligible -
boundaries.' As each land user for the, contestant must
then f'opow} .up, with sweet ppta- ,a prize
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Doyle.Conner, now making a hotly contested The 'strawberry season may taes. The plan came out of the take care of his own acres the pay an entrance fee of $1 and

race for Commissioner of Agriculture.One turn out better than, most of us meeting, held. ,last.year. :: in Starke.. goal 'of community-wide ..conservation obtain a contest card before fish- A BULLIK0TOM ,
thought it :wouli. Talking to oneof 5 is approached.The. is caughtAllentrance
of the most recent and well-thought-out
the growers early last. week sold good list week. .we district enters, into- cooperative ;: .fee receipts up to
editorials for Conner. appeared in the Suwannee Mr. Peale, one.of the big berry, were Cows told. One man' reported agreements with' farmers $309 will: be distributed as prizes.
County Democrat, one of Florida's prize-winning: buyers, said' that everything is that nee got '18 cents'&, pound. 'for ,and ranchers who are willing Any: overage will be donated toward
weekly newspapers published in Live Oak In one finished down south and that just ordinary cows, and he waspleased. to participate in such a program,. the formation of a Bradford -
of the great agricultural counties of Florida.In Louisiana would not compete cell L.- ill] The farmer or rancher 'agrees : County sportsman's club.
with this section this year, but. ". '. '. to prepare and follow a L.: B. (Red] Alvarez is chairman -

giving ''his unqualified endorsement of Con- rather''with North. .Carolina. Alice, got home' from, tits-hospital .- conservation plan for. using his .of the contest and will be
ner's 'candidacy, publisher Louie C. Wadsworth $indayt'Slissays' shfe feels land :;within its' capability and glad to give additional information ,.

wrote: Even so, the. crop got hit in a lots .better, and" that the;&%i- .treating' to its needs. to all interested persons. -: '
the head with another' frost last ford County. Hospital 'Is one. of. ,"121 The. district agrees to provide SAVE $43.73 ON A
This year. the voters of Florida will name a Tuesday' morning, ,and now the','best she' has"ever. seen. .,, '"anywhere. -- ...soil. .and land capability Ellis Track Team
man to succeed Nathan Mayo as. CommissionerOf growers think it will be another 'map Information technical ,as- "
Agriculture of Fiorida.Mr. Mayo is closingout tffo_ weeks at least before, the i.i. si tance, and other: services and In ;Florida RelaysLast'Saturday

a long and distinguished career to his state buries come in. ..Leaton MorganJr. ',1Vhile'thereTe/ : :met '!ButMcRae materials, as available l, .and needed ;

in this vital cabinet position. said the frost got most -of ,. rural: mail' arrier'ouf" ; :of'Starker to, help the cooperator> carryout POLAROID CAMERA
the bloom on his plants that who.,',wa4waWexcited,. a- .the'plana l ." made
BHS track entries
Few people realize the tremendous impact on were mulched with wild hay. but tout going. fkiihs'- for 'Derckdown Several

the life of the state which is vested in this office. relY few ,of the' .ones'*' on plastic.: on ,Little.Santa-F.e.: : 1iU is Co.. B. Will Fire. iavst gwxj in showings Gainesville In the last Florida Saturday Re-, 95-A
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The duties and functions of this office 'years:' (service
powers, ::rounding out, .20 ; o but the team failed to score. Coach
Brit at least it turned off 'post"office.andin At Camp' BlandingThis FLASH. CASE .. FILTER .. 2 ROLLS
reach into the state's ranching, 'farming, dairying warm with the : Dave! Hurse' said, -We did pretty ,
this past week, at last and -
citrus and other far-flung corners of every home gardeners and farmers a- that time.he: hw.carried'. < a, lot-of 'Weekend goof. in'. competition with schools FILM AND 12 BULBS
person's life in the state. lUl: are 'busy getting land'ready Telegraphs. from: all over the South but still
and .Company B Florida National have a long way to go."
planting. Tobacco growers
For not only must he perform the duties of ) with cleared 119 feet
were also busy setting out Guard; will fire the 748th Vjilliani Silco "
the office with relation, to agriculture! : but also plants. .Ordnance 'Battalion at Camp' In pole vault, barely missing theschool
serves as a memtter of the State Cabinet and as Blanding' this' Saturday: and Sunray record of li93i. flfl.95

a member of many boards and commissions whose And speaking of flower gardeners .- ,.AprU 23Personnel > lie mile relay team Ronald[ A
decisions directly affect us all. Madge'Middlet n said will fire for record CraYrford. Mike Parby, Richard
she now has 'a Flying Bird 'of ._. .,and familiarization with the Dujrgar. 'DeWi 'I1 ,-McRae" ) ran a
In this race there is one young man who is Paradise. plant in bloom. She/has ...ItI'LI., ., I carbine, M-l,. 50 calibre'machine 'creditable 3:41.5: $143.68
particularly suited to serve his state in this fussed with the plant for four ,'- :gun. and the pistol. There will Sam Gardner threw the thai ,
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capacity.He years trying to, get- it to t grow : :": ,:C "tic1" .. also be 'competition' between the for 47 ft.. 11 in.; Marion Cottle
and now it finally has beautiful. 'tV' units of the battalion in. pistol ran .a' 10.8 in, the, 100-yard dash;
is Doyle Conner of Starke..' blossoms of orange and blue. :.. E',r- J .:S'I. : and carbine matches: and Charles McLeod. broad jumped VALUE .,

For Conner has prenared himself well for the S. '.,BJ\.Q.iUl'+&41rut.sie Firing. ,begins at C V.-m.. Saturday .19 ft., 61.j in.

office he now seeks. He has many friends here Something New Department: '$oil Conwryttioa. .
who remember' his meteoric rise in the Future A climbing strawberry plant sup- 'and Assault Cases
As the.' days get artier '
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Farmers' of America from State Pesident posed to grow six. fegt tall and ; Recent Birth : '
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National President, and of the visits he yield hundreds of "berries' Is .be V" OTHER
many are' beginning.- to use. .District POlAI tDCAMERAS 'I
has made here in connection with those. offices. tug adv ertisect. You can' get threeof equipment '"- Mr, and Mrs: Eugene. -Hall' : Judge ;
the things for $6.95, so James'Knight used the fertilizer -: Hampton, announce. the birth of ,
Following a distinguished, record in these you be sure and 'get. some and let : 'distributor to fertilize'( his 'a. son. Richard Scott, on March Charges of aggravated assault FROM $49.9'flullhitonSttio
offices, Conner sought election to the Florida us know''what'' happens. = 26 at Doctor's Hospital. : t
IS' Fescue surd Pensacola. ;; :BahU -l against Carolyn Barron, 39. of .
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House of Representatives from Bradford Coun- grass'-pastures.,*... .- ,- 310.N Church St.. were dismissed i
ty and has been elected to five successive terms. Several years, .ago we asked Leslie Whitehead' used::;, the Mr.: andj Mrs, Darrell DaViS..of, by County Judge T. A. Yawn '
Dr. Brooks at the Strawberry Laboratory Pen* Keystone Heights the : afternoon, but her hus- : & Gift $ j
At 28 he became Speaker of the House the state'syoungest such seeder culUpacker. ;; 'to plant announce Monday : Shop.
and was selected bv his colleagues as about plants not as, sacola Bahia grass seed.. bath of tf son, .barr n Lynn. ,..on. band. Johnny 38, was ordered >
said they were
these and he
one of the three most valuable. members of the adapted!! to our climate. Morris. ;. Carter'''- 'used' .the, ,.grain: March 24, held for 'circuit.c urt action and --- .. ...."' -. ............ '

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His legislative: record has been a distinguishedone. Berry, grower F. A. Daughtryand : ; ..

The experience he has gained through his his brother, who' have $1,000in 5
a:'planting have a long way togo : :: loUCAN'T BEAT I It
service in the legislature in the past 10 years before they break even this :
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would stand him in good stead in serving the year. Through last week. they .

people of Florida as' their Commissionerof Agri- had, sold just $6 worth of fruit: ;' : 4 ., .", 1

culture. 4S ,. <,,',. ': 'i.... .......-. .,... .' .-. '-:-:" f.,_ '_ #,t>
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And there will be many duties for the man-i, L. Restarting, is: another, :' I 'I ., .. '
who holds this office. booster for 'plastic ''mulchfng for t. : ; :;rr: N t .7- G'A' .S. .::-
Major agricultural duties include: Supervisionof birries. Said recently that he ,..Itl .Q u r a t.I
likes it so much he will 'never ,'.''.. .; != '. t ,
public lands and custody of land records. plant berries any other way. .. ; .. :' : : I" ) ,,. > i
Operation of, the Bureau of Immigration which .. .t ; ;"-4r. .tJ'; "" .'. v t

advertises the resources of Florida. Promotionof This week was the big one for .' ',' ; :.. ;:.;; ." .: :. ..../.r. :.! ., .. 'r' '. t i
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well-being agriculture generally. Super- powers ..: .. .
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miscellaneous clops George : .l.'i. ,.':;,' ;4.; = ; : .... .. i : f "I 'if'... f
feeds, seeds, foods, drugs, cosmetics, seine Huggins said growers are convinced -- .. ., ,r.. ( ... .",....t... ,1.'' :'. ''_.1\' -",.... .. .. > ., ,;... ,. ,. .. :r.. ."> 1 .
gasoline and oil, ice cream, insecticides and fungi- sell .. : : .
that they can .
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cides. Service as a member of Marketing Board, good sweet corn, if .they can"keep '. ;: -' ,t./ >... i' .' <; ., i .. :' -

Milk Commission 'Board of Conservation, and .. .. ; ,. .' .. ', ,,', .
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the worm ; .t ., : ; tJ1,<$ ::' : .." -f .' ", c." .;
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the Board of Drainage Commissioners. .- : -.: .'Ic : .t ':
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bership on the budget commission,. the Board of farmers have been scouting a- ., :" ...- .'. -, -.-";.. ,<4 '">,. .
Commissioners of State Institutions ': '; >
Executive .
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Pardons Council. and Textbook trustee of Commission.the Internal Civil ImprovementFund. Defense 1 HTtrYell :: >. '')'s
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Doyle Conner has worked hard to achieve his .. }..,.,. : '. ; :,

present station in life and to offer himself in the .J' ..; ; ,.;.':!, ('_" ,
service of his state. He was reared on a Bradford :,-: + ; DEADLINE AtRlltSROW .-.. -'-;"1 >. J 1 l' ,

County farm and today continues to farm .' ; ; Fi '
in addition to operation of two insurance agencies :' : ,\'r ..' \ :: u ;; ; "

in Starke and Miami. ? A4 -

Aggressive: <\capable qualified-:he. is a man NEED .'. :" ;\,. <,,:';:.r ai (is the, time .to apply for 'Natural Gas; Service to' your home .;

to fill the office of Commissioner of Agriculture.This ., b. ,.. \

newspaper will vigorously support Doyle :,;',>.t' .- or business! A $5.00 deposit teq4;' cl. ,
Conner for this high office and we urge our pea ,. .

ple to carefully consider his record and qualifi- MONEY ,. ,. .. j .
cations and. then join with us in supporting him I ,-
with your vote in the May 3 primary! '. : Yes, now while our service line 'crews ore m $ are, we will install ,


SEE USI >; ,;', ':: q: the servicq; line( from :the main to. your 'house absolutely : '( : '

Several weeks ago The Telegraph suggested .-!*? *- *f'i fftEE.
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busy and write to friends and acquaintancesthrou I "? .

this outstanding bout the state young asking man. Reaction them to has vote been: for ,;:: ; If. you are, t now using L. P. Gas I, w' will convert 1x ysur equipment use. .

good, :and many letters have already' l been writ H bANg.S ; >1'> : *\* : : < ': ', ;
Natural
Gas at
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ten i in Conner's. behalf by his Bradford. County .. ..J .. no ,
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friends. However, little more than month r e '
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mains so letter before- yriting the. activity first primary must be date greatly:of May stepped 3,: UP TO ',. : :' '.,save money; co/// the City)! C/erfc ,.bt the/ City, Halt today and. Wei : ,,' ';

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up during the remaining four weeks of the I 4' ._ .
campaign.The. Natmal G serv/ce / installed .
y.g&l' />e .
.importance of letter writing cannot be too $600 .. FREE

strongly urged. As. Conner remarked at hid oeen- ,
ing rally here, 'My friends can do more for me i .. ; t :

friends than I can in other do for parts myself.of the" Writing state is letters certainlythe to I ; .Wli t1J er.'lq Ian_ fo use Natural Gas. now, or at a later date let us, t -, .. ..

I least that anyone can do to 'help place ,
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native.of Bradford: County in the.important officeof "Folks Find Us ', put your senr/cl.//: / / in( now whjl/ 'the. work cr ws are, in your 'negfikorhood. / -

Commissioner of Agriculture. ,'" -. .
If you lack time to write letters yourself re-, Friendly ; ... '. .

pare a list of names and turn it over to Lave rn -c' .: ...._ ;'. ,

Outlay% chairman of this letter writing 'cam LOCAL FINANCE ., ;'' ...

paign. The committee will do the rest. IF UVS ON THE / ':: :,
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THURSDAY, MARCH 31, 1960 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA FAGK F11t'
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ivvYi;-rvvi...nnY.m"I .,delightful( party.3'eilbronn I S- 'D. Harley and Wilmbni Sunday. ", ,}, ,r, .?,, .v. '.!' .I a pla .t\0.; Q;! .d ?.andyare, "the I Negro 'Wonted this, have been separated about I to'):;:: "-n1f's ra rt11.... p'\r nn3T J
1 Church again invites Brown 'attended the"BrotherhoOd: i 'Mrs..1h L.. Morgan jnsitedh t..with-t 3sme: schools th4t Aims'Brs6niiel I IOn r.biee'years and he has, been belongings of the two woman in:aj
KEILBRONNBy I II II |you and your family to worship hew River Associational Mass;;, '-r daughter, Miss Joyce Morgan;' '' attend "Tl1 y teach* many walking for Kyle &Trotter Feed| the yard, pried J. iu tag a..o act
I loll Sundays and for mid-week Meeting held at Hampton Church ,!i of Jacksonville 'on Wednesday.: : ;1\\i jnofessional skillS "that: help in : Arson. Charge !Co. in Hiale&h.[ fire: to them.
I I prayer meetings. Rev. Otis T. Friday evening. i:: Miss Marilyn Cox' of the University -: :civilian life also" Capt. Randal Last Friday on one of his I Sheriff Reddish
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I Mr. Harvey McCarthy I Jones, pastor renders inspiring Mrs. Lois Cox reports that i I at Gainesville was hOme Chitty, Co. Q commander said. I At Lawtey ; nrrth-bound truck-driving trips Deputy
I VVVVtrtraan..r..V.Birthday messages at all services. Let us Hume Demonstration Clubs held I| with her mother Mrs. 'Lois Cox;! Recent Co. c enlistments in-j; /Nathaniel stopped off to see Mar- I Faid 'Uitfre' "'ereitnesses to the
t II I ranember: that this Wednesday an all day business and 'training :[for the weekendA elude Earl K. icherry. Maurice i I A clothes-burning spree in the I|I tha but she wasn't at home. She |act of arson but Whitley made a
I greetings are extendedto I I evening following prayer meeting i meeting for officers and chair- Friends will regret to learn of j i A.; Prevatt, and Martin H. Carlton !colored settlement at Lawtey has'!i and: a companion who lives with |set-away and has not yet been
Miss 'Judy Morgan, daughter I will be time for monthly business:.men Monday at Miss Doroth.vRcJSs' the death, of Staton Morgan of \;!, all previous 'service; men. ':resulted. in a warrant for 3rd de- ;''her.! Shirley i picked, up.
I"' of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Morgan. i conference. '! office in Starke. Guest Welborn, whose funeral was held: Co. C has 'several vacancies for'gree arson being issued for the McCullum. are em- :
( who ., Wednesday of last week: He' is"I mechanics, clerks, welders, and. irrest of Nathaniel Whitley, 37, ,plojed as teachers at a colored I
celebrated her 15th birthday Glad to see E. C. [Ernie Johns speaker was specialist Mrs. Ken- i Replace your old sewlnr ma-
Piiday evening. Her parents hon- a3le to be at Church Sunday I d.ill of Tallahassee. I I I the brother of R., L. Morgan'and ''trilcls''. drivers. Young men and Negro truck driver. l II I j school I in Lake Butler. \ thine belt with a new Staler Belt
I, ored her on this occasion with a after being ill for a long time.AIMB''UL Keith Reddish returned home his daughter, MisS' Faye 'Morgan,j'veterans are',urged to visit} the' Nathaniel and his wife, Mar II i|I' Nathaniel entered the house. from Denmark Furniture Co. U
I from St. Vincent's Hospital in selves Heilbronn Church as pianist -!Starke armory at any time to
I when visiting in' the commun-- ''discuss1 eniistmisrfl; and 'reserve! ----
Jacksonville last week after
undergoing -,
NCE SERVICEPHONE H.V. ft t'obligations.} "
I surgery. However he is I
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WO 4-2600 iI i iI :bull: sick. .yyyy.yy.y.y.yyyyyyy.. ;''Revival AnnouncedRevival r
I Also on the sick list this week !
I DeWitt C. Jones Funeral l Home 1 are Mrs. L. O. Sapp and sons, 1 1I BUY THATi t
I EVERGREEN: r1 r1By : services will 'start at
Glen
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DeWitt C. Jones.. Registered. Funeral Director Pentacostal Holiness Church on i
Kandall Johns, infant son of Mr. I ,
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I Sunday April 17, and will be
1 .slf UStarke, Fla. I no Mrs. Clyde Johns. Mrs. Sybil Griffis :herd nightly: at T:30.: -Rev. Elmer

Rental Servfceriflospital; Beds Wheel Chairs,:CrutchesThat's i Jf Mr. and Mrs. Glen Normanwere ,, ......_AA............ .A. I i Mercer, pastor; .
i weekend of J er '
guests Mr. Nor- 9. 2.; :
! I r I man's: brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. W, R. Lunsford:& RCAATVFj1V1

I!Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Reddish of and son pf Cuthbert, Ga., andJl:'' \
Our Business Umatiila.Mr. B. Kirkland and, daughter of,
I! Starke were visiting the A. CXirkiand F
and Mrs. Wallace Solano
Glass We Have IU! ,
family last week.,
r'Joe CALL WRITE or. VISIT. t and with daughter relatives in Sandra St. Augustine! visited Mr and 'Mrs. J.. Q.. Rosier and

: Rev. ;. E. Norman visited. Mr., -
Peters Glass Co. I Hosier's brother, Cohen Peele RCA VICTOR

Sunday afternoon in St. Vin nt's : ., e J J

FOR ANY GLASS NEED Hospital, and Mrs. 'Neja. Rosier, I _
We Design Modern Store Fronts/ ir the Baptist Memorial hospital.I
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ale that
Just Mail! (Us T A Pattern for t666e Billy
Jerry: Redding are home and doing ,
Table Tops fine.' (' i' I )
: Jerry has.q een with jp1. @
1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville Fla. Phone FR. 2-4353 R. and Geneva Redding every j I.
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came home Sunday. .' .. 6 J I Re2.189.95
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Mrs. J. E. lo.'orman1tafid4 t **Son.1 WE RE-CAP II I 1 ,
James spent Saturday night in
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Jacksonville with her ertand -' TRUCK TIRES Ij I TRADE
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:Newptn; V.'ainwright.sister Sunday Mr-and they Mrs all: Allen' 't-1) From 7.50 x 20=Thru j, -."MI$ MASTERS VOICE- UP TO ;. 30.00

10.Q0 2d
tended the Boree""f'mily reunion t ; r,

S fRf in Douglas, Ga. ; TO1' ..TrIUNC'CHAb'CES I'' VIi
"" Among those visiting Mrs:.,ftetaR'isier \ I'I
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o Baptist hospital were' Rev. J.'E".-. 159.95
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/ ,i Norman and Wife,-"James; "Mr.-1! ; TREADSLet I
and Mrs. Marvin Rosier' and ; RCA VICTOR BRENT. Economy
Us Reap; Your table TV with RCA
children Mr. and Mrs. Bnrtcn4Rosier + : I' priced Victor'snew
of Palatka and Mrs.SybiyGriffis. : ::- i-Tirejs For Economy And "Veri-thin" styling. Front tuning
The: group'.then'visited : : "" '. Safety! I and sound, Fashion Finished Back,

Cohen Peele and Billy Redding !' Dealer"H .UJI'i Tube Guard, Automatic Channel Take advantage of {this wonderful
at St. Vincent's. 2t| I For.x Equalizer, Transformer Powered
Mr.,and Mrs. Allen WainwrignVlof tJ.1iw'D NLOP. Chassis. Gray finish. 156 sq. in. pic offer NOW and SAVE!

i I Jacksonville visited Rev. and)1M'S. ,, I' Lure Model 170-T-05 .
,.J. E. .Norman, and James 1 TIRES
i :Sunday: night.. '"'r[

f Visitors pf ,Mr. :and Mrs. Jf Q. j : STARK
A1, s s d I Rosier, over the weekend were Mr. I I
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'END. ,and Mrs. J. L. Slade and daughter -: I SHEPHERD'S RADIO & TV
Jcanna ,and Mr.'aid, Mrs.- RE-C A .P CO. I ,
George Griffis and two daugh I
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J oLJeliclOlfJ AND ONLY 1 Ocr. ters. They enjoyed a fish fry at Temple 'Aye. I Phone WO 4-6901 Starke, Florida
Hampton Lake Saturday. : Phony WO.,4-0221
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Sherbert and Vanilla Ice Cream-and a different plastic :
Buried Treasure in each cup-all for only tOC.$ Yes.24/ i 3chedtllet'f 'weer of April;3''
different kinds of toy figures to collect Have fun wit I Sunday -Church School, 9f5': '' 'n pob1
( ) this good eating Super Sue Special. Get some to-day.' a. 'm. Mprning;! Worjhip. ;H 1f.i1.? I UII

1)A I A different sur-PRIZE in EVERY ,' 1I Snack Supper: for MYF, 6 p. m'i I I I II
M Youth Meeting 6:30: p. m. Evening 11
I Super Sue Burjerf, !. Treasure'' Cup. ., Worship ,7:30: p. m. \ f& I ,
) They pastor:-j, ..conducting *a I
: START YOUR--COLtEClI! N membershup. flraining class; for I y
.
tile young p;opleVjbo ttfctf; tt4t2nie 1
I : with 'the church at Easier.It PREA
;, f OF VALVES

is held in the Junior Church I b1

7&/ ,chapel at 10 a. m. each Sunday. _
Monday Circle 2 will meet t I If
at the home of Mrs. A- Z. dj j
t.Sins with Mrs.. '0. W. White Sr.,! TEENS JUNIORS NANNETTE fashions for toddlers I

r jJ hostesses.and Mrs.; O.. L. Haynes as co-I MISSES LADIES '

i Tuesday Circle 1 will meet!
$ .; in Fellowship Hall at 10 a. mJ!' DRESSES rV 6:18 Mos.-1-3 Yrs.
with Mrs. T. H. Slade and Mrs :
W. S. Slade as hostesses. j Pre-Easter SpecialCINDERELLA .
Ii I Wednesday Circle 3 will'
i
Kay Windsor-Meg MarlowMr. -
Ii nect at the Home of Mrs. Titus i.
i Henry-Hope Reed-and y .
Olson at 10 a. m. Family Night
covered dish supper in Fellowship L' Many Other Nationally '
I r
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Hall 63Q; $z-m.! 'Jpinciai'r. Famous Names. ANDYOUNGLAND '

Board, "me.efm"giisahcy P, _: {, ;-iryi t .:,
P. m. > + : "
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Thursday: '-i 'er,.h p.P'; ut,;; $ 98I -
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Ladies Bible classroom, 9l30: a. iIn. | Fx 14
3to6 7to
.. Chancel Choir rehearsal, 7:30: 4TO
P. m.. "'. l I i '
II I .' i I Pre-Easter Special
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SgtJ.: : S. Jackson j
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e ., "', t :;< A"t Completes', At6et>r' eetiin Course l\1d:Nt', .1.!I,i' ; :.S7] ; .95 ? 9 k HER MAJESTY SLIPS


i,. \, : : Sgt. 'Joely: JSlcltsotitof?\Com-4:

.any[ C, S(arke, graduated from t A Pre-Easter Special!
k. qIf ( \ \ the Supply Specialist Course at' II,
the U. S. Army Quartermaster 1; .it t.
$
: S hoo:', ''Aberdean PrWing'; I'.., t. ONE, RACK /
Ground. Maryland, on March 11, .. LADIES LADIES SPRINGDRESSES BOY'S SHORT SLEEVE I

His training there'started,Jan* 21i'1 .
Other ""dnit personnel who have. 'IAYON PANTIESSizes I
\ ?\ ,applied for school are Sgt. Ray I SPORT SHIRTS 2for$3.00

\ \ Griffis, who will leave April 22 ;,
\,'_ r: for: the Auto Mechanics Course I 5 through 11

4t Aberdeen, fn.g.A:4.. i ireddiy I '1l "r \\
Stephens, :who has-applied to attend )' 'Reg'ulartge and ,69c, MEN'S SHORT SLEEVE Reg. 2.95

,. \ School the at Fort Quartermaster#ree. Va. pni Supply March-;! ": '
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w 30.These: service schools are availCYPKESS ', 3Ior $$1,.0 0 # SPORT SHIRTS- 2 for $$5.00FAMOUS

e't If" 4'.. ,
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at. '

+ uv ; \ GIRL'S PEBBLE, I LITTLE GENTS
,. f >' \'-*,ji >v Vii)* \i t'.r FOR !
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ARD { PANTIES CRAIG NOBLE" stiiisPLAID
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there's no need to beIIINDEMNED ... >rars slrarfCd' ., ii I
i iwivti'ni I ,. Assorted Colors and White I

: IO BAItU) is, d01,>.L11 I 'N' :fcHH, 'S\ -\a 7 \' ,I \ >fi \' Regular 49c 110WEAR$ iI I, SHIRTS JACKETS


I Ii SOLID PANTS
: teit+Ni
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i i!I 3hf9r[ $$1J 00 II I Wash 'N Wear
: Now's the time to escape this life sentence. With an ELECTRIC II f
DRYER lugging laundry."Electric Sunshine"dries r $
you can stop JEWELRY $6.98
washables fluffy-fresh and wrinkle-free day or night, in any kind } i I I New Convert-A-Cuff,

of ueather. An Electric Dryer j teamed-up with an electric !wear as regular button

i washer, ironer and water neater gives you a "full pardon" WATCHES. ; DIAMOND\ if 1 Pair tfcse Given FREE WASH 'N ;cuff or French cuff
:. from drudgery, brings you cooler cleaner, healthier modern liv REPAIRS j TIES .
ing. And remember,it's cheaper to go afl-eZedrtc in your litchen-. .
t.. laundry than to use a combination of services. / AD Work Guaranteed i .Wch: Pair Ladies lOOtt, ; Dacron

... &v electric appliance dealer todayl. A.l q Mnlirln!' '. '
your y : Dres f fMoeS Sold During ,
; COMPANY 14e Call SLR' s i
i FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT $1.50 i o

... HELPING BUILD FLORIDA k BLt1 !:I t tI Starke, Fla. : 1.1 ,Our Pre-Easter Sale! II


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a BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, MARCH 31, 1960I
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-- -I[-General Hospital in Denver. Colo. Ln: in electronic fundamentals. NOTICE OF SALE I feet thence run South 56 degreesl 27, Township ;5 South. Range 23
> I !Td TKEtTlCE that pursuant to I 15; minutes East for 13.0 feet. Eat and lying West of old State
I Before entering the Army in I ard: in strict accordance with the f n South g$ degrees 1* U
1 1948 he attended Bradford High Milton Mosler Jr., Gunner's (/rdr of the County Judge's Court minutes East for 562.5 feet to the nuuv or less:' "
Florid, en- West right of line of old ataten South
His wile Barbara lives Mate 3-c cf Bradford County way at the front door of the
School. USN. recently returned
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u.rt>a lurch: 2;). I860 the undersigned ( ad No. 13. thence run North 17 County Court House in Starke!'
m Denver. to Mayport aboard ,the de- 'admini tratrix will offer decrees 39 minutes East for 21S.1J Klori.l. at 1:00 o'clock P. M. on
stioyer USS William C. Lawe for sale at public outcry to the irt'J alone the West right of way April 11 I960; that the high bidder
SERVICE MEN highest and best bidder for cash I line of old State Road No. 1:. Is t..quired to deposit 10 per cent
I
William R. Holder seaman, after a month-long training -parateiy, each of the following thence run North SS degrees 06 I of th amount of his bid at the

I USN, son of Mr. and MrsOliver cruise in the Caribbean. He is parrels of land situate in Bradford minutes West for 621.7:: feet, to the sate and to complete his bid with.
County Florida, to-wit: P :.t cf beginning containing 4'; a :*->. time allowed by said Ord.T
!I E. Holder of Rt. 2, Starke re- -he son of Mrs. Nancy A. Sud- -. _I. i: a.-re's more t-r less; and lying in t..i e'and to comply with teA

ceutly returned to San Diego iarth of 502 S. Epperson St., parcel of Ur.tl in the Southeastii.nor Tii .\. I'li-rn jti.rtii ->f the Northw otherrras of *''A contained in
after six-month tour of I 3tarke of the Northnvst Quart.:' > *t Quarter (,f uthwe-i-1 Quarter s-.ia .)rdl :- (If Court
Calif. a t-f lh* Southwest of ec- .
Quarter >< tin 2* '
:duty with the U. S. 7th Fleet in <04,11.Jii, 1'"wn"hip io $South. I alle: Tuvnship .1; S' ath Rnnsr: :22: East -'l "Oi'01'11rXr." \ 'J): i>;'nii'$\\. :\XI n'W''I'"Mlmim.4trat
tiiiItHY
i11 TI
l P\1-ruard: I East, and particularly dektrib'tl and tlso in the Noitlu
Pacific. ; more ->torn -r .
the Western Marine E. Clark. :' .II l'xt'dr tinestato of Ev '*
as follows: Begin at tut t. Q'1' it t Southeast .
I t ion of Mrs. Nora Clark of Stark 'M.b.heast; corner of the North\ves; Quaru-r: NE'4 of SE". ) of Section 1 hi. I. \Vhclan. -: -.I It 4.T

L' Charles V. King. son of Mr took part, in a huge amphi- Quarter of the Southwest (Quarter!
: section 2 6. Township 5. South I

'; and Mrs. Harvey V. King of Rt. tious: landing exercise held on Raiif 22 East. thence ran North 0 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
2 Starke. recently graduated the southern coast of Formosa legrocs, 11 minutes West for 152.4
Wt to the East line of right of
'VAI from recruit training at the Naval with 'units of the Okinawa-bas- way of State Road No. 200. thence I I ,

: Training Center, San Diego. ed '3rd Marine Division. The exercise niu JMiuih ;r degrees 11'' minutes SHOP !
West along said East right oi
Calif. after nine weeks of basic included 18.000 Marines E1i ff 4 \\ay line for State Road No. 200 SHOPdeiur.cd
instruction. t ana 70 Navy ships. for 1S0.6 feet thence run North 89aegrtvs :
; 40 minutes East for '':.0 ,
I SHOP !
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fr .'.- ra 1o --- ------ ( -;: to" the point of beginning EX- I
Army Specialist-4 Wayne E. I I t'-KPT the portion thereof con- I
for righ t>f way of State i i
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Massey son of Rev. and Mrs. A. ; Johnson Bible Choir
College l.t'.ld! No. 200 in December, IDiS; I I

E. Massey of Lawtey, took part .,.' I AL.SO.IMIK'KL. I '

I in the annual 7th Army winter I II Bible ? ministerial students : :: I Don't Buy Your New Car
I 'The choir of Johnson ers are iJegm at the one-half mile corner I
I maneuvers held in a South Ger-I "- .. ." College, Knoxville, Tenn. will ai3l 17 others are training in the l loetw..NJ Section :26: and 27, Town- I .

many training area. Massey is 'i'-;:; :; tirld of church music. ship :; South Range 22 East and -
present a Service; in Song at 8 run North 84 degrees 23 minutes on the First Stop
serving as a' mail clerk with the The appearance here is a partcf West for 660.0 feet to a lighter
( j m. Thursday April 14, In the !tint. thence run South 0 degrees 1)4)
BOth Transportation Co. and has \ <'I.. a 12-day tour that is taking h\inutell-East for 1,452.5:! feet to an _ _ _ _ ft
''fr., irst Christian Church Starke. the choir, to towns and cities in iron, thence run North 83 degrees
since Feb. 1959. He
been overseas All members" this choir are several states. 0' minutes East for 660.0 feet to a .
.
is a 1957 graduate of BHS. The stake thence run North S3 degrees GO ANYWHERE FQR A PRICE
.T -tudying for full-time Christianervice. public is cordially invitedto 4V minutes East for 234.7 feet to '

} Most of the male mem- attend this service. the right of way of old State Road
Sherry L. Elzey.] daughter of
NIL 13 thence run Northeasterly!

Lester R. Elzey of Brooker, is a GRACE METHODIST CHURCH along West right of way of old
.Stale Road No. 13 for 463.0 feet BUT
Sgt. l-c Ezekiel! L. Parrish. member ex! the WAVES and ; Bradford Wins LAWTEY, FLORIDA i to a slake (this distance of 463.0:: i

son of Mrs. Ruby Parrish, 427 S. graduated recently from the .Sunday feet is on the outside of a curve), '(
Sunday School 9:45
Walnut St. Starke recently Training Device School at the ;' .. ,. : thencu run North 17 degrees 39' (.
I
,
'. '\. m., Morning Worship, 11 a. m., minu'ci. Kafct for a distance: of

completed;: the medical specialist Naval Air Technical Training I. ... ..,....-. 6-3 Over RebsBradford ;- :ivehing: Service, 7:30: p. m. i 45.2; feet along the West right of FOR A BETTER DEAL SEE

advanced course at Fitzsiramons Center in Memphis, Tenn. The Wednesday Youth Fellow- way stake,of thence old State run Road North No. 88 13 to a

Airman David L. Buie, son of *uip and Choir Practice 7:30: p. gn.s 06 minutes West for 6t
fttt to a lighter hub which is the
..ke.Elect I Mrs. Emily A. Buie of Starke High picked up its U. point of beginning, containing 34

HAROLD K. NORMAN has completed his initial courseof first baseball victory of the sea- and :6lOO: acres more or less EX- D Ie
FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH CEI-T1NU: a parcel of land which Billy
son Tuesday afternoon with OW
Air Force basic training at a Lawtey is the property of the City of Law- log

r- FOR Lackland AFB. San Antonio, ;.3 wi' over Santa Fe. Bill Jack- A. E. Alaasey. Pastor! l.)' and described: as follows:

Texas. A graduate of BHS Air- iontnt all the way limiting ( lleRin, at the one-half mile corner
Bible school, 10 a. m. between Sections 26 and 27, Township -
rCounty Commissioner man Buie has been selected to Santa Fe to three singles, while
Preaching. 11 a. m. a South Range 22 East and
attend the technical training waking! two and striking out inn North 84 degrees 23 minutest Across The Street From Setzer'sSeDlt
Evening Service 1:30 .
five. : p m -H for 336.6: feet, thence run
-, --I FROM DISTRICT ONE course for air policemen. Bible Study and Pi aver Meet. :South: 5 degrees 37 minutes West

nr .dfOld took a 3-0 lead in fur 210.0 fret thence run South 84 _, __ _.. .
ng, 7:30 '
; (Lawtey) pm., Wednesday:
; Meeting the; first two innings off Santa d'-grces 23:: minutes East for 336.6: 1I11J-IJU1U 11'FWIII1I .- ---0. _, ..; rI
VFW Radio
prtfiram, 8 to 8.30 a.
Fc starter Garvin Combs. The
BORN AND REARED n. each Sunday over stationVRGft.
Set For FridayAll Rebels tallied twice in the third FOR HUNT-1 furnished and I unfurnished -

liii r' IN BRADFORD COUNTY inning and once in- the top of Starke I Rent It Trade *I: .V Temple apartment.Contact Mrs.Rear of!aude'321

members and thc sixth to ,In The -Moil
set
prospective the stage for the Circuit Court Of Florida,I at McCarthys Garage. Hell-
.. _,
spss stflssssss.as-s t.s srspsflssasfl.-p S S. fl II members of the new VFW unit iv'nniru surge by the Tornadoesn Kith Hi Judicial (Circuit In And 1-rcj.n I Springs.: tfchg

He Stands for Honesty, Sincerity and EconomyPd. being here For llradforil fount}', In Ctan- : CLASSIFJETAn
organized are askedto : the last half of the 'sixth. i "rr)'. iVITH\ A TELEGRAPH
,
PoL Adv. ;
1' ,
( ) 1'10 Onner Of This
meet Friday night at 7:30: in t This was a team effort for the :'JII.1ah; Petteway, Plaintiff11.. AltrartUr Ma.unary -
Ltitrii.-e Pettevvaj-, Defendant.l"OTICE I Howe In Mralojta llrlfthuI
the courthouse. Tornadoes as Harvey Tanner, Rriac Transferred Aud Is Of-
%fi'MOflVAi." RESOLUTIONS h, 4 ("....t. r'f'r Wnr, frrinar
Someone A
L. G. Harper, who is serving as Tommy Clark. Woody Strickland. To llcatru-e: Petteway, resi Good Bur At

We Are Proud to Announce That acting: chairman until permanent John Devore. Dewey McKinney. dence You and are hereby address notified unknown.that ::i, WORDS OR LESS! One Insertion (Mlalmain Ch>r!!(ei __ ,__. .n A Reduced Our Fr'.fr;1100 of t>10,400. a -
fficerc are elected states .that find Kenny Terrell picked upf..ip.gle.'i. '"inplaint for divorce has been IVaturm Are The SItrdroomn

MRS. PHIL (Garnet) NSTUDER 42 members have already been Only one error was com lied! against you and you are reiulrtd -I' EACH: ADDITIONAL WORD OVER :o ----- -.w rep W." sue Arm., (The Carport Lot And I* FenC'edr.Large btor-< ..
I Ii < to serve .
a copy of your ao% niscor ox REPEAT INSF.RTIONSJ ;: AO
and the six 1rIl
mitted by Starke.
enrolled toward a goal of 101 bythe Answer of Pleading to the Com- Landiimpvd. And LocatedIn
is now associated with us in preparing the : time the charter is received. racked up by Santa Fe contributed pUnit of the plaintiffs attorney I Ke ADDITIONAL FOR BLIND ADS OR ADS NOT PAID I.t .\DTANCWE hood.\ Quiet 'Rfkldrntial elgabor.
Monthly PajmrnU Are
A. J onlybG.IJ.
Famous Steaks and Salads that were so popu: All veterans who served in a to the BHS victory. 'icinpletnue THOMAS., JK.Starke 203-203, :Florida:; N. And Bnrrr Mar Ai ume The

combat zone outside the continental Lose To Forrest and file, the original Answer HAVE a new loan program for Foil KENT-3 room upstairs furnished Low Interest VA Mortgage. Call f'I
lar at Phil's Restaurant. Pleading In the office or farmers. Loans of 1 to 6 years I apartment. Private bath and To See.
U. S. are eligible for mem- Last Friday in Jacksonville the the Circuit Court of the Clerkof for the entire credit requirements entrance. Adults only. 401 S. Water -
on or before
hISl Tornadoes let Forrest High push the 8th of the farmer and his family. St. Phone WO 4-3782. tfchg II. C. W.LLG.CY
SO COME ON OUT AND ENJOY p. day of April 1960. If you Gainesville Production CredM hARRY RABB BROKER
first'two fail to do so, a Decree Pro Con-
in the
ever nine runs fbso will be Association 620 Uorth Main IIEAV RHODES Nt'HSEItr HOME \\OMM)1 Starke Fla.AT .
FINE HOSPITALITY PLUS DELICIOUS FOOD Larceny Charge innings and go on to a 10-5 ''vic. for the relief taken demanded against in you the Gainesville, Fla. tfch- Good Care for your child. Fair i Itche

tory) over BHS.The game 'was ('OlI1Ul '".* Kates. Licensed. Phone WO 4-3031,
bone and Ordered at Starke, RADIOS REPAIRED 1126 N. Thompson St. tfchg. STUD
GREEN OAKS RESTAURANT Brings Sentence; called: in the last 'half of the six- Fl-trfila.. this 15 day of March A. All Makes All .s4elsletsonable Reg. Palomino Qtr. Horse Stallions

'h due to darkness. D. 1968. Ckjirxe ft.r.mtttt FOR SALE 3i; at time of service Return in
On ProbationA
Bay lAL) MIEPHERD'8! RADIO TV: Ready mix (concrete concrete block, season. 414 miles on State Rd. 16
3 Miles South on U. S. 301 Tommy Clark. starting pitch- Charles A. Darby IBB>.> Green. Owner coni's. fence posts. sand cement WI-M. V. It. Smith, Rt" 2 Pox 71-A
Starke man was sentencedto ,r for BHS was a victim of four Clerk Circuit Court 412 E. Call St. Phone UO 4-09O1 Mot.r mix rock steel oyster shell Stark 5tp 3/31

Rated-' Excellent by Fla. Hotel, and Restaurant .'Comm. 1 8''months for grand larceny nrors ,and three arid walks fell in.behind the ,By Efadfprd Marian County L. Crosby Florida., ,Starke Fla.. ,, WO4-2321 r.itierorkand, Bradford Roof Gravel.Engineering Phone HKVTOV: FLORIST
first two innings
COLONIAL FLORIST en. tfchg lift S. THOMPSON ST.
and a 14-year-old boy was plac- | Deputy Clerk. .
ed two for )} a core of 8-0. Marty Crosby A. J.. Thomas, Jr. Only F. T. D. Florist in Starke. | I'HOXU0: : 4-1155:
on years probation Attorney for Plaintiff, Flowers wired any place. :Flowers 1 IHHTINCTI\K M. breaking and entering by Circuit relieved and gave up only one I !.y George H. Pierce for all occasions locally. Phone I! Complete T"ee Service "1% WIRE FLOWERS: AN1WHKHE

Judge Geo. L. Patten last Fri Tin the rest of the way. I. P. O. Box 943, Starke, Florida WO 4-6291. 506 East Nona St. tfcbg : tfchg

Lane Clark slugging third 3'17' 4t 4/7 II
day. I FOI: : SAL}:. 5 block
KNOW YOUR CANDIDATESATTEND DeMossing room houw
I FOR RENT-Furnished apart- Pruning Bracing -
Tom Nix, truck stop employe ;Baseman' went three for. three LRU.4L AOT1CKfcralrd menta. Reasonable ratn.eat I Cavity Work Tree Removal Will wii)) reasonable. 409 Center St.
including one double. Harvey I Hid Will B/. KrrrUrd In 4t|> 3/:11:
shopping center. Phone WO 9-2011
was': sentenced after he pleaded Office Of .,....t. Suut. For 1 1c.r TransplantlnJSapp'
Husinesa -
Terrell had WO 4-0771 evening cr call at 213S.
Tanner and Kenny
,
guilty to stealing auto accessories .I Ufnin Florida Mate I'rUon Ip Housikeeping apartments for rent.
Cherry St. (Shell Oil Co. Office.)
ALL and tools from B & G Truck two hits each for Bradford. I M.To' April And .Not 30th= Later For The.Thau Following lOsOO A.: tfchg I s Tree SurgeonsPETE furnished.Wry reasonable.321 W.Lights Madison and St.water or
The Tornadoes led Forrest in- -
To furnish S.IPP Owner Puilington'g: Studio.
Stop on Dec. 18. And Imtall Air Con- tfchg
Leonard Mitchell was placed lits; 11-8. but errors paved the Ulili.nins KquipmtRt For Florida I STARKE PHONE \\'O 4-3963
the'Forrest victory. j !''la*e PrUon Hoiipltal Operating HASTINGS MATTRESS : FOR ,KILE
on probation after he admitted way for Koom And Out Patient Clinic. Plans X'W and used Building Supplies.

stealing an outboard motor on The Tornadoes' will be seeking!I I f liar H* Secured From Office Of & UPHOLSTERY WORKS Drive way pipe 15' lengths J1.25
OLITICALRALLI their second win this Friday i .\hat. bupt. For Uonlurx, Affair, I' J per foot. See Billy Jackson Jack-
May 7, 1959 from the Santa Fe Florida Plate Prison. Prospective 710 Lemon St. PalatKa wn Building Supplies. tfchg
at
Lake home of E. M. Pope. afternoon on the local field Kir.. Munt VIsit Installation

V30 against Macclenny. Site And RegUtrr Such! \ bolt With Furniture Repaired, Upholstered K.\l'EliE.VCED; BAETSITTER
Ofllt Cart
for
children in my home dur-
W. C. T. O. IlIr....t luquirle, To & Refinished 'FK the day. Il.no per day Your

The schedule below is published for Benner Named Florida Mate Prison, P. O. Box 221, Jiome MH. ,.at. night SOc hour. )Irs, H E
"ALCOHOLISM IS AN INDI- Uaiford. Florida. MATTRESSES REBUILTNew <- PhnncWOl.r1043. 4t<-hg 4'7'

convenience. Clip it out and As ARC Director 3,31, 3T 4-14
save '
your CATION OF A DISEASED SOCIETY Innerspringsand I ".\ TEU : ".;s. OR WO-
A DI- ---t m.:,. TO OPF.RtTK FILL Oil'I
RATHER THAN
for future reference.I -" The appointment of Robert .... bl'.I.Tt: HOlD DEPARTMENT: Box Springs I IMHT-TIMK WtTKINS RoUTE
SEASE. \. I IN THIS .
OF ILOfthlitSPLCI.L 'UKfaHS $:.O.OO TO
[DR. A. L. RUPRECHT IN Bonher. Starke recreation direct- i'f TRAFFIC Drop Us a Card or Call I I 't1a.of) W.fKI.UEPtDl%G

NATIONAL VOICE. 1r. to serve as a member of the Jn G'L.\TIO%1iOTI'E PALATKA EA 5-9166 ON 'ru..: DEVOTED TO Bl'MNKSS. .
] .
I!> IllJilBBY RITK
UHI\| WATKINS.: 659F. :
FRIDAY, APRIL 1 Program Standard Committee for That the State- load board at STARKE WO 4-5934 t 1\\. : T PE.ICHTREE hT. \. i:.
Lhc American Recreation, Society I in meeting of March 17, 1960 gave .'TI.. \T.\ H, G\. 4t rhKt ::1E

I Reddish's Store __________________Heilbronn Springs RADIO I vias:; been announced by the oranization's -II.I lit'i consideration; ,: to special to traffic the requests regulations re- SIRS. PEGGY; SMALLER, Starke j For Expert Tree Agent Surgery Call Our -: I"llenct'd In general office

headquarters in ; art! in each ease made a review of Arm I 224 N. Temple.. Phone \VO 4-SD65 Won switchboard clerking, all
DEVOTIONALWRGR I Washington, D. C. the raffic investigation report, II I phaws of restaurant work Call be
alone with the recommendations Corta.. m. \\'911$3., Nia I'ratl2tp
. TUESDAY ---5Moody's The ARS is the professional of -
I t lie engineer at the location or 3/=I
I irganization for recreation leaders locations described below: :KtKB TOO LATE TO ,JOINEVENING I' Fort PUOJIIT COURTEOUS REAL

Store ________________ New River ITadford County, Koad 100 CLASSES: for adults. All ESTATE and Insurance advice WANTED MAN: %1 TO 30 YEARS
of the
and administrators
,-- __ Scrtivn 28020( -In Starke from I SLD: ,subjects Credit If wanted. Write I I whether to buy or sell. call the OLD CLEAN: CHARACTER AN
Speaker for Week of n tion. Benner's appointment' was :sip 10.678 to SLD MP 11.098, dls- Director Box 11SO, Starke. or calls f'IICYhlch offers service ex- jNIOL'S AND DETERMINED TO
tant-f 0.420 mile. 45; MPH Speed % 0 -3071, or visit Adult Educa- I eriice. and a proven record ofiH'tornrr <:ET AHEAD TO OPERATE FULL
APRIL 4-9 IJr :a one-year term. Zone. tion Office USO Cldg. for addittonal sat1.fa.etlon.'e are on I TlilK! WATKINS ROUTE IX THIS
FRIDAY, APRIL 8 Duval County Road 21- Section InformaMon tfchg i call day or night to provide qualified -j AREA. NO COSIGNERS NECES
REV. R. E. MacBLAIN Til: To-At intersection; with Viesconuett i-rofeesioniil service.II. SARV. MAYBE YOU CAN: QUALI-

Community Center -______________________ Theressa Singing. Convention, Blvd. and Harlow Blvd., "TAILOR MADE DRAPERIES I A. .,FY. See Mr Kennleki, Thomas Hotel -
7:50 A.M. sonlhwebt; of Jacksonville. Semi- ee labor. Mrs. Peggy Shaller. 209 \VAM. AICYllarrr Gaineivilio, Wednesday. Aprill"'lwpc
ai-tuated Traffic Control Signal. I::. Adkins St. phone WO 4-5934 tfchg I H.bb, Broker 6 II and 1Z A. M. It
-Bradford-Union Singing On motion duly made and seconded tfchg I 201 ":. 'nil "'. WO 4IMUFOR

Convention will meet aU. day' the above traffic and speedreuations KIG$LI5V LAKE Farad d.homv .
TUESDAY APRIL 12 SALE 1% ft. I'ennTan
: were determined to be deigned for lltla
3unday at Oak Grove Baptist Income Tax Service boat with windshield and wheeL summer "
lit II.
reasonable and necessary upon the bed with paved walks gar

Rivers' Store ______-_____________________ Graham Church north of Camp Blanding. Itasib; of the engineering and traffic Mrs.- Bobbie Sheller, W01-593I. A rk. Prep; reanoaable.' A. J.
.1 rpj1 Everyone interested in / gospel investigations and authority MOX. THRU FRI. 7 PJI. _tfchg .1......*. KeaHor. :OS X. Te..plr.hr.
was therefore given for the establishment XUrkr.. Fla.. TeL MO 4-57UI
chging i is urged to attend. of same and the placingof Saturday After 1 P.!I. FOR SALE 40 acre farm 7 ml. I
L J *et of Starke off State Rd. 1C,
(No Rally on April 15)) proper marking and signs C. E. HUTCHESON on Ku. 229-A. A. C. Davis 3115 N.
HOMES
as indicated; also. for the elimination I.> HTAKKB
\\ Xth St. Gainesville, Fla. Phone
to Mark's toiscoal
SUN. TUE : of existing controls where :521 Pratt Street
** MON. this is indicated. )Franklin. %lft(19.( 3tp 4'7 I nn bed room house ..lihKlor.da
April 3-4-5 Key. Rav-jrf V StarBlaln WILLIAM. KILLAN IStehg 4.14: : R.om. Uialng Room, lit I."
FOR RENT !
TUESDAY APRIL 'l? t airman bedroom unfurnIshed rowm A kltrhrn in Berfert eondltlun.
DOUBLE FEATURE Sunday Services 9:45: am, house on Starke and Rsi-
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Practically new S lord rooni
burch School It ARE YOU GOING TO ford Rd. J. W. Gaikina. Rt Z Box
11:00 Morn
; a.m.. horn with rlee. rrlriirrrator
Market Platform _________________________ Lawtey The Bat nr Prayer and Sermon. In TheCourt Of The. Coaaty Judge, NEED *'. !Stjrk' ... tfchg large lot.range Down rice.pyweatI,0O0.0O. -

Vincent Price, Agnes Moorehead Holy Communion--First Sim-. Iliad ford. C.BBt>, Florida. 61 a. partially fenced. Liveable .
... lh Pro bal.. far.n house' 3 Perfret h.nr with Florida
FRIDAY" APRIL. Man In The Saddle lay, 11:00 a.m.; Thira Sunday.! Iq_ Re: Estate of Guy Hadley assistance in the prepara- lends. large with barn.. modern 2 wells.conyen-40 I Koom,f shrubbery, rvaplctrlr. faraUkrd, LOIS
:30 &.In. flere. Deceased. clurt'dO l
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ares : bearing
tion pecantree
Randolph Scott, Joan Leslie Ta' All Creditors And persons: of your 1959 Income Another perfect home with 3'brdrooaiM.
." 110,000. Small down
Wednesday-7 00 Choir payment. .
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School House -___-v--____________-_____- Hampton Plus Color (Cartoon For Kids Practice; 7:45 pjn. Litany and Said IlalngClaims Estate: Or Demands Against Tax Return'1SEE R. E. Lee. Rt. 1 Box 1S3. 3tp Lawtey.4/14 K1.700JM. M.atBlr. .t. parmrat Dow. pay"murk*"*

a ,... peat ,
,.. tlHed'i! and S.- And ...ther perfect :3 bed
) required to presentany
WED., THUR., FRI. Call B. E. (Gene) Edwards for ...
r m home, with
ttreeseway. ear-
claim and demands which
CHURCH OF GOD your carpenter work. Free Umniff.
TUESDAY APRIL 26 NEIL TUCKER e -
April 6-7-8 jMI, or either of you may have Satisfaction guaranteed. port. Bllllty room. For rent ur
DOUBLE FEATUREA Sunday School. 10 a. TH. MornIng against the estate o( Guy Hadley Public Bookkeeper Phone WO 4-71ifil lip 4/14 .sale
Farmers Market ,L Brooker Heece deceased. late of said County 'U.f the a". e are .. pat 4
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Woman Like Satan to tHe .County Judge of Bradford 120 FOR SALE ,Equity In 1959 14 ft. .t-n' with City tllltlr*. if you
Evening Service., 7:45: p. m. YP1 County, Florida, at his officein S. Court Starke Lone Star fiberglass Monteria boat. are really la he Market (lit a homeI

BRIGITTE BARDOT Service WectmesJay 7:45: p. m the court house of said County Ph. WO 4-9854 WO 42545FOR ISSf 3 bp electric Evlnrude motor I.,It. r.. t. ape opt or all .f
FRIDAY APRIL 29 at Stacks, Florida, within eight with trailer, ski and top. Total three exceptional ha real...
: -PLUS- Prayer Meeting Friday. 7:45 p. m calendar months from the time of price $!9s3 including Interest. Pob
Ifee first publication of this notice. I Lanp. WO 4-3243 2tchg A. I. Thomas, Realtor
High School) Stadium __-_____,_____________ Starke "The Revenge OfFrankenstein" HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH llath claim or demand shall ba Inv.tlng 2 bedroom RENT furnished beautifully decorated All :fIi X. Tea&plc A.... ,Tel wo "'-:i781
APartment.
and shall state the placeof
FOR SALE IS ft. chest type
\ tile bath and modern in
Sunday Sunday School 10 office ad- kitchen j "
residence and post Deep Freeze 14 mOL old. Original .
eterr respect See Lra. Renner liSa FOR SALE .- 18 cubic capacityHot
ft.
Starting Time All Rallies 7:30 P.M. Peter Ctshin?, Eunice Gayson a. m-, Morning mesage 11 a. m. dress pwtrn of to the by claimant the claimant.and shall agent be UcMahon St or call WO 43744.ltchg I i|''Phcbe price $*WO 4> now 4-51J1.$250 1115 A-l condition.Pratt St. Point upright freeii Excel

Training Union 7 p. m. Evening and such claim or i! :ient condition, $175 caih. )Jrll. E.
attorney. any IfhgFi
Plus Color Cartoon For Kids shall be void. _ -- E. Th rnton. LE J-22J1 2tcbg 47
8 demind not so filed r
message p. m.
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THIS PART OF THE PROGRAM Belva' C. Reeee FOR RENT OR SALE 3 bedroom \U SALE I black mare. Gen- :
'. Monday Bible Joy Club 4 unfurnished house at 380 N. Cherry FOR KENT -. 4 room furnished
Will and !
: SPONSORED BY SATURDAY, April 9DOl'BLE As executrix of the Last ?le can be worked or riden. Children air
t5p.m. \ lentament of Guy Uadley Reece, St. Rent reasonable. Floyd Green. 1 can ride. Vernon Starling, apartment Electric kitchen
FEATUREWalt debased. phone WO 8-2I4I. tfchgFOR P. ... -1 t mwt.r ItO conditioner. Adults. Remit Rd.
DisneY' Wednesday Prayer Meeting First publication March 31. lUG. I r-mn 449. Phone.WOU45.. tfcbgFf
:, 1:30 m. Choir Practice 8:30 4.21In RE.\T-Two bedroom lake
BRADFORD COUNTY p. JiJl! 4t S.'Ii FILED
:'K l>57 Ford V-$, 4
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White Wilderness p. m. Pastor: Samuel S. Cuth- frrtit home on Kiags.iey Lake. ComVtetely Old: Saws reconditioned. Pick up one own
I' Ibe County Judge's Court 01 r furnished. Available to und delivered. Phone WO 4-Mll, doer hardtop-Very clean
Go!" tert. Choir director: Fred Dodd. Of Bradford County FUrUa June 1. Call Carl Johns WO 4-4201. I. r.t.in John. tffhy *r. Will trade. H. Q. &>!Hing) r, 46
Johnny : 4-UIl.: Up
"Go 1 N. tPbone0
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DEMOCRATIC la Probate
EXECUTIVE COMM. Invitation Is extended to all 1 II
Alan Freed Jimmy Clanton I In Re: Estate of Evelyn E. Whe- LOST Saturday:! afternoon. down I I FOR RENT" Furnished J br *'*-
who will join us for these services -t I Un, also know as Evelyn X. WheiU'n -,' IOWB reddish blonde female cocker I -...ii> house. 1 block from 'ourt Foil RENT' t bedroom unfurnished
Plus 2 Color) Cartoons For Kid .. I WO 4- finptex. Apply "4 S Water
\ \ aud as Evelyn Xorstadt WbeDeceased. nieL Call WO 4-48a1or. WO 9ItCts- house. J. VI. Edwards, phone ltctPAGE

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KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, MELROSE, FLORAHOME AND LAKE GENEVA ,



STARKE. FLO@IDA. THURSDAY. MARC :31, 1960 ....
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Hospital. Mother and son ar- .p ht: '- ,"" >;;: ', '"!. I It featured the singing of Hymns i Jean:: Cross, and Barbara Weg-
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: :shed home on Monday morning : :;... ;. ,! ,1 ?: ,zrf prayers, readings from the Bible ;i hoist; Fourth grade; Wanda Adams.
i and ,, ... ,_ ,.....1. .;
KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTSK. are doing fine. .'.. _._'_, : 1 f.- and the explanation of the material j Sue Hammock, Marlene
, Nelsons Have GranddaughterMr. "':, ,- '.A-i: ", symbolism of Lent and its i
,.: ,. ". > !Jt:- t j rOdom, Robin Williams.
Y' ." Patsy
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I vp' ,try' fc 'haf'U"r have. and Mrs. Herbert Nelson ..... ,,...:.'t'. .,.: ., spiritual significance to the ,in-I j Wimeis Lettie Wise Janis Wod-
another granddaughter J..;. :.
, .. dividual. .
Bill Angle Baldwin
Lloyd
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I on Saturday, March 26, i iWrimington in :, I
Studstill.! "1 ; -{ Those taking part in the pros j i and David: Gaboardi. Third grade,
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Del. ,
The
Electric Day \. :? Of don't want toforget I child is .' ,'i.' :Mrs. Carl
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-rtiay course we \- ( ram were Hagglund : Pat Harris Scooter Hulen, Barbara -
: ? ihe fifth of Mr. and Mrs. Ed
Has ,
Fine Weather .. 1
the delicious free lunchj j ward 'JON \iS. Lewis.Hardage: Mrs RobertCrr Breyfogle, Sharon Nobles,
Another annual Clay, Electric'':' eun, and the men who served ito ,Del. Mrs.Szymanski. of Wilmington .....- ...... I :ilrs. John Ross and Mrs. Phylis Odora and Maria Yar-
Szymanski. the former
Co-Op Meeting is hUtoiy4.: 'and the > efficiently. Those long lines Sue Nelson, has visited in Keystone Yi I II I Andrew Witherspoon.: There were ,:; brough; Second grade, Woody p
thousands who attended ,:seemedto melted down in a hurry. i* members and 6 visitors pre-' Bryan Charles Perry, Garry
Heights
a number of times.
have a fine time. The weather i Rotary:: Election Miniotrel Makes Money rent.The I i iI I Lockeiman, Gregory Spires, Lon-

wts rfect-Just warm enough Officers for the new year starting The Masonic Minstrel which .., 4 r Minnie Birt Circle will'' nttte Selpli Joe Moore Christine
with a nice breeze However; Dr 1 wt-_ Qaboaidi, TC.. Miller,
July were elected by the was held on the Clay Electric N\ meet at the home of Mrs. Robert Gerry
Don Christoffers was rushed to Rotary Club of Keystone Heights .Grounds *on Friday evening Carr in April. The April meeting':iTeske; Christine Brantley, Martha
the side of a lady who had hada i h!>-Friday as follows: ['indeed a great if was S of the Mable Pearsall Circle will : Mathews., Mark William!.
success a 43t
bit too much sun. PTA baked 1:I Ralph Crawford president: 'packed house is any indication. be held at the home of Mrs. Ji i I,Rachel Ashley Allan Griffin

:goods booth was sold 'out long Roy L. Watkins vice president; Following the show, all membersof Hanson. I i i I I and Connie Morris; 1st grade

before everyone had enough. A :'|:Alex Brokas, secretary; toy the cast and their wives were ,8 -- Honor RollMelrose i Tcena Rothhammer Evelyn Ad

lot of lucky people walked off Mi.ir, Huntley Redfearn Jr., Lindsay invited to a party -at' the homeof School Piincipal Clarence ams, Linda Armstrong, Becky!

with some nice door prizes, and Walker. Arnold Larson Bill Dr. and Mrs. Don Christoffersca k Hplden has announced that Caines, Ann Murray Linda Perry
' mere were some other less lucky B.eyfogle, and Myron C Prevatt, Lake Geneva- 73 pupils from Melrose made all Beverly Strickland. Lynn Sturdi-

ones-such as your truly, who ',idiicctors.U CHURCH NEWS A's and B's for the past six var.t.: Madalyn Weghorst Judy
lost their stubbs. The ones we Club Meeting: Community. Church t:eela.Those. i i MeGrath' and Clifford Yarbrough-
m. really felt sorry for were the pro- Has, Religious Theme I The Community: Church will a; r in High School include: Melrose' :jschool l Band -
f prietars of the Conditorei-Marta The Keystone Heights Wo- Cites Concert
hove: a Family Night dinner on Twelfth Grade; Margaret Royster '
Tolford and Jean Fox-who man's Club held its regular Member" of the Melrose School
I Monday April 4, at 6:30: p. m. in Mark 'Gaboardi, and Patsy :
weren't there to answer when monthly covered dish luncheonon :she educational building. Due to Hinnant; Eleventh grade, Carol band gave a Band Concert in theMt'lrcse'

'their number was called. Poor Tuesday. March 22. at the 'serious illness Dr.'and Mrs. Kel- 4 ,. e Htnsen arid Dale Fallin; Tenth i High School auditorium
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Jean has been attending these tub house. After luncheon a lersberger will be unable to be r grade Larry Linsin; Ninth Thursday March 24 at 7:30.: The

affairs for about 15 years and pre-Easter religious program was present as previously announced. REA grade Carol Rothhammer Vir- < :sand is under the direction of
never even won a light bulb, and held.) All local members of the However, Dr. J. w. Creighton of Meeting niia Ford and Elaine Samson; Mrs. Rheua Stakely, Melrose

then on the day she was late, clergy had been invited to attend, Keystone Heights will speak. Eighth grade, Ellen Scott and School Music teacher.

ntr number was called. That my : but: only Rev J. R. Smith of the Those who have heard Dr. .I ,. I I II II I I I MJre Lawrence; Seventh Grade Solos were ,played by John Al-
' friends, is tragedy! .First Baptist Church, and Rev. Creighton know there is a treatin Draws 2,000Pictured sf I(Carson Johntry, Wilma Gardner, ': ]lea Donald Williams Bunyon

' In case you are interested in Bill Breyfogle of St. Anne's EPis-1 store. Circles one' and .two 1-- ( Cathy Webster, Louise Barber. : Kelly. W. D. Beck Edward Var-
who won the elections, T. L. copal Church were able to tJj>.tded by Mrs. J-, 0., Nimble and' -j' I i Gayle Cross, and Jo Ann Eichels- nes, Piiscilla White, Marian Fredricksson. -
hand. They each told something above is part of the __ Buck King, Ellen Scott,
Drake of Florahome was elected I i Mrs. Olive Stevens, will 'have del fer. I I Ii II ,
ever J. C. McClure from DeLeon ,.oi their work and the work doneb :charge of arrangements' for the crowd of more than 2,000 mem- i Those. in elementary include, i and Elaine Samson.
Springs in the Volusia-Putnam I ) the members of their congre- dinner.., beis and guests of Clay Electric t I ICixth I grade Kenneth Tomlinson I II Others in the band include

County district. In the East Mar- I gation. i After the close of the service Cooperative who gathered in I I Sara Baldwin, Cissie Lee, Becky I II Wanda Tyre, Elizabeth Garmon,
ion Co. and Lake County District' Mrs. Robert Hendry favored I here will be a brief meeting of Keystone Heights last Thursday ,Mathews and Hilda Wise; Fifth Delores Pridgeon Lynn Stokes,
John NOI lea was elected over I the group with two vocal numbers the Church 'Women. Also, "the to hear David A. Hamil REA ad- I I I wade David Brantley, Robert I, Ward, Bessette./

Henry Sprinkle. Drew Dukes from accompanied by Mrs. James |''Board of Trustees will meet on ministl'atorfrom Washington D. McGuire, Evans Spires, Steve i This is the first year that the
Worthington Springs the incumbent L.> Hetherington., oiganist and'1\fuiday C., detend the publiclyownedutilities concert.
evening after the lam Williams, Bill Harris. Lynda ,land has given a public
was elected without opposition (choir director of the Community flY dinner and speaker. fiom charges of "suo- I Lockerman. Linda Hubner Betty i [Continued On Pace Eight 1
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in the Baker and Union urch. :St. Anne's Episcopal sidy. t '
County District And Claude I Hostesses were Mrs. Ruth Ohl- I aturday, April' 2, the District Many politicians took adVantage -":'* $ :,, '_' ,:: __ _-, '. '_ -. -- ::. ,::::.J-:: :- '--. : ,.
Brandon of Alachua also an incumbent son, Mrs. C. V. Brust Mrs. Charles Young People will meet in Gain ot the opportunity to ,"mix* :
was elected without pp- !' King, Mrs. George LaRue ,esville. The Young People will1'and nL ngle" with the people in 1 $7.50 Per 10-Lb- cylinder GASNO

poaition for the West Alachua ad Miss Margaret Grennan. meet at St. Anne's Parish House this election year, and all-corn--
County District. Out-of-town guests were introduced 'fit 8 a. m.. bringing their lunches. 'ers enjoyed the free ham luncheon I INSTALLATION CHARGENO
and. Mrs. Watkins pre- Electric at that Clay Electric today' has served by the cooperative.
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Other highlights of the: day : Transportation win be Turn served by Clay
of nearly a million dollars in assets In lower photo, the featured CHARGE FOR REGULATOR
reminded the group of
were music, and entertainment by rent ished. The meting will adjourn noon, under the supervision jMrs. j
I th fashion how to be held on about 3 p. m. Essie Thompson home economist 'and added: "It is all yours, locally speaker, Administrator Hamil .
and "ThBlackCats"
Ken Wilkinson I owned and locally operated. shown Delivered Anywhere Within ,,,10 Miles
Tuesday evening, March 29. ; '! 'second from right) is :
and the vocal trio'at the ] Sunday. April 3, Cub Scout ; "
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: with (from left! W. H.
Chandler
close of the program, which included Sieve Elmore Has Party Pack No. 305 Committee Men : In answer to charges that REA ; i I FOR FURTHER DETAILS CALL
March I '! :M. L. Beasley welcomed'Clay Electric attorney, ; HH..
On Saturday afternoon will declared Mayor
Mrs Imogene Bryan. Mrs. meet at 4 p. w. In the ParSsli I,is a- subsidY, Hamil
] 26.! Steve Elmore, son of Mr. and 'the visitors to Keystone Heights Surrency, president and A. G.
Shirley Glover and Mrs. Bobbie House. ;,that .we are big enough and j'
Mrs. Thomas Elmore, celebrated Wednesday April 6, the Woj:strong enough now that we don't many of whom came from the Loudon, manager of the cooperative. REDFEARN'SJEMBZKeystone ?

rtis 9th birthday with ,a luncheon i!men St. Anne's will meet at 10''need subsidies." He pointed out 12' novth-central Florida counties ....... ,". .
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Unwanted .Hair cook-out at his home at Keystone I a. m. All Episcopal Women are i-- ... Heights, Flk
Club' Estates. His guests includedlrna invited, to attend. j to 'see the'Harvey's who are also I IAi.heviJle! barely passible and to, : .
Removed Massa, .JJlanne.jJJfieru f I, 1150'On" '*filed|Heyday'"at"' '6:30: p.1 from 'Massa h Ssetts. "_ -,each their cottage, tbef'el'e .M rr

MEDICALLY AmrKuykendall. Deborah Brault M., a 'covered',dish' supper will be 1 Rev. and Mrs. Frederick E.: :f forced to park their'car at a nei-' ti

Glenda Rose, Johnny. waITen'l held followed by Lenten Services Pamp,and daughter. Eunice and ;; gibor's.and: walk through 16 in-'I
APPROVEDI 4 Buster Baker Donald at,7:30: p. m.: ReV; W McLaurine!1 a Iriehd. Mrs. Jacobson, all of or'snw., They also'visit dI By Joyce RelhhammeriaaaaLaLaauaaa.aaaaaaa I .
METHODS w Frank Harris; :Jr.. Kenneth Noon- Haly. of 'St. ,Michael's in'GainlAVille. !Chicago, stopped to visit Lt. Col. I i cites Alas aM JOY M 'a'Aas( aM
ey 'and Ralph'Murphy.. The children will be guest speaker. ]and Mrs. David A. Nelson last !i I two of their daughter and their It

Edmund d; played 'games and prizes The .Vestry will meet after: thevening ;Tuesday, and spent the night, before .: rc&pectivb families. Mr. 'and Mrs.. Mrs.. Mary Yarboro of Mullins,

DWYER were' won by Gina Massa Glenda services. j going on their way. Mrs. I[ 7. J. Seay and family of Charlotte ,S. C., and Miss Kathryn Lewis sayziaH! } auoJsaN'SNNV3 a38

Lose, Frank Harris, and Kenneth April 8, Robert, Oliver, Minister Pamp, Mrs. Jacobson and "Miss N, C., and Mr. and Mrs j and Miss Lois Query of Columbia,

ELECTROLOGISTTel. Nooney. of Interlachen. will be'ordained*Eunice, Pamp accompanied Mrs. j I:Manuel 'Entenza, 'and family of S, C., are visiting Mr and -Mrs.!f __ __ ,_u ____ ___ __ _______ _ _,____.
FR 2-8039 bads Family Has New Son to the' Priesthood. of the Epis- j,Nelson to 'the Woman's Club ::Jacksonville, .|!A. C. Spires.Mr. .

For an Appointment j Mr. and Mrs. Darrel Davis are ctpal Church. Among those J i Luncheon meeting Tuesday after '! On Monday afternoon, a group. and Mrs. Paul Gress of aS6'6LI { !

107 W. Vnhersity Ave. Suit 204 i U'O 1 proud parents of a son Dar- members of the Clergy to be :loon; Rev. Pamp was the Nelson s ,. of people ,who are members of Clearwater spent the weekend .W3NOJflBJdZ

GAINESVILLE FLA. I rcll Lynn born Thursday night present will be ,the Rev M. H, I pastor: when they lived in Chi- ;[the Keystone Heights Woman's ,\vith their son and daughterinlaw I :

i Mirch 22, at Bradford CountyMcKAY I Bieyfogle of St. Anne's I cago,' and is a long-time family I,i Cub: Library Committee drove to.{' Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Logsdon .. -
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first Baptist Church friend. ': Green Cove Springs where they and., family. .
I The three circles of the Wo- I Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Andersonof I met with members of the Village.I home of
AT KEYSTONELAKE ,; Recent guests at the
n.:'n's Missionary Union of the I Minneapolis Minn. spent the.Improvement Association Wo- i iMr. and Mrs. Robert Cason were S6'6V1 I aDueD JJI3al! IUOfl1Oll!

JOH.VSOX Biff Sandy: point lots of waterfront. [Fust Baptist Church will meet!weekend with Lt. Col. and Mrs. I i man's Clubl) Library Committee, iheir niece Mrs. W. T. Saxon off j
Tuesday." April 5. as follows: II j David A. Nelson. Mr. Anderson of ideas took -
exchange 3Nnn t
1?, : jar.d l an Oakland Park nephew Bunyon
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furnished bleeps
free ramp ,
in ,
thrown _
Bargain at $6450 Circle with Col.! Nelson cousins.F. i ------- -- ---- -
I The Faye Taylor and are i place. Members of the Keystone [[Hanes and wife of Winter Haven: I ----- --
deepuell hath bwrthouse. 20 f't down 10 yrs. to pay. '.Mrs. Stella Stanley as chairman, i i M. Walrath Sr., entered I'Committee I included Mr. and Mrs.J I i!niece: Mrs. Bertha Pierce of aidwoJ-sBJ) ( : jo. s.wpunA'3!( :: z; HHAVS6W1VH 'pallltsUI[
will; meet with Mrs. William I Ii (Bradford County Hospital for a Miss Anna McCul- '
O. Hansen, I Ada Alexand j jI
Staike and Mrs.
beaches in town.
__ Restricted lots, !sandy !
LAKE GENEVA i Waite at :2 m. check on Saturday. March 26. Watkins and
p. up Mrs. Roy I II
and daughter of Starke SVD QHVZ1mi
$3973. Other good building: lots with lake*'lew $600-41975. I The Nelle Pearce Circle' with Charles Ellis, David Waite and I IIOUgh.. Mrs. Fredrick :MGaige.. I II I Mrs. Edna Shane and Mrs. Bil- I
arrange financing; with lowdown Mvs. Fred Ellis as chairman, will !Frances: Reaves, all members of]I Hanson is chairman of the I _
Need a nice,home See as. we ran Mr. lic j Turner of Atlanta Ga. were .
I meet at the home of Mrs. M. L. 1:Bradford: County High School I -- '
payment. 'Bt-asley at 10 a. m. Tuesday ;j Band attended the District Band I committee. I recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. ; : -
: I II Becker. iamaiia Ill9DIdfl
Ray
'LIep.tone tom ng. Meeting in Fernandina Beach on I FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH I
MCKAY REALTOR The Young Matron's Circle, I April 28. HEIGHTS Winners of the Melrose Dupli-
S. E. I Saturday: I KEYSTONE ann xau MJ own:) siS6'66Z
With Mrs. J. R. Smith as chairman j Mrs. Velma Clements of* An- J. R. Smith, pastor, Ralph, cate Bridge were 1st Mrs. John -------- .. -- -- .. : '
'' will meet with Mrs. Tommy ,siiston.. Ala. arrived Friday to' be Minister of Music and i Strawn and Mrs. Nan Hopkins; .
heights 3071.2.191-4151 Malican on Keystone Lake orij I on hand when her daughter Mrs. Copeland, 2nd, Mrs. Edith Larsen and Miss

Melrose GRanite 5-2968 Tuesday morning, at 10 o'clock. :,Darrell Davis: arrived home with church'organist.Services: Sunday School 9:45: I Iva Hillyer; and 3rd, :Mrs. Helen UI03 lOJeJajJ JaH.JaZa3JjOUVZI.

St. William's Catholic !I her new baby. Mrs. Clements will 11 m.I Phelps and Mrs. Alice Ketchum.
a.
Worship
I I' I a. m. Morning .\\ 'id oiaao 91mi
St. William's has a lovely newrgan ba visiting with the Davis family 7 m. Evening I Church Circle Meet -.
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purchased for the church for sometime. services 8p. m. I Mrs. John Webb was hostess to
at Christmas time by Albert ,: Sony to hear that Coon Wilson family the combined meetings of theMinnie
g "Make church worship a
e Bachmann husband of our : is in Bradford County Hos- affair." ,::: Birt and Mable Pearsall \ S6BI I JauolpUOJ! icy! lUOdl0H!

alented organist and choir di- piral- And as if that weren't enough I jcirclej: in the educational building -
e rector. The organ which we had I we' see Mrs. Wilson sporting sisters j f i of the Melrose Methodist U3AUW3SHOH 3X0
YOUR DAY'S RECEIPTS at the time will be installed at : a pair of crutches after in- ST. AXXE'S EPISCOPAL Church Tuesday afternoon. -- -- -

St. Edward's Church in Starke, :'juing her knee while climbingthe I CHUKCIL. KEYSTONE The theme chosen for the program S6'6H I 1PALOHHI
e. and they in turn, will pass their ; fire tower to her work. I Sundays 9:30 a. m.. Church was relative to the Lenten = 1HaAHO;

organ on to the new church hiMacclenny I On Saturday evening. Mr. and ,School. 9:30 ajn., Morning Prayer II spason "Keeping a True Lent. -

St. Mary's. .1 Mra. Ed Conneen entertained at land' Sermon ((1st Sunday, Holy]( -
Choir practice is held regularly dinner for Mr. and Mrs. William | Communion). 6 p.m. Episcopal I HHZgHd N38
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at 7:30: on Wednesday evenIngs *Bam and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Young'Churchmen.. I CHIROPRACTIC

and at 12 noon on Sundays. I Chance. The dinner was cateredby II Holy Days 7:30 ajn.. Holy 100J OWilD:: Ll
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of Cross and benediction and -
Stations the Marta-Jean Conditorei; Communion. SCORES ANOTHER VICTORYA ------

q4.i are held on Monday {they had an exotic menu with j Third Wednesday Parish I I recent survey of AVorkraens.

b 'evenings at 7:30: during Lent. Instructions j guinea-hens as the main course.1 Covered-;Dish Supper, 6 or 6:3(1(I( Compensation files' reveals that S6'66t I 1ffiEffild QHVZIM100J \
.. for junior High School Marta and Jean were assisted by [
i : __ __ the cost of care (in back injury
students will be held at T p. Tfl.pncr I Schaeffer. !' p.m.The h (
"y Mary Ann Rev. :Millard: H. BreyfogleVicar. ,," 100J 3I3H3 SI
to the Stations. | ,Albert Bachmann arrived Sat- I" j caws treated; by Chiropractor -

f4 The regular monthly covered I lurday morning from Holyoke J was $20.82 while the cases treated i r.uDN--

., dteh supper will be held Monday .Mass for two weeks with his St. William's catholic Chapel j by other method was' $34.43. per ( os3i/j/ [ uo swJa1;JnoA .

:: !k evening,.April 4. starting at 6'p...I wife. The Bachmann's left Tuesday Keystone Heights II 1 case. This not only represented a '
ra. Thi is a family supper and l morning Mar. 29, for' St. large financial saving to the in.
the parish are the Sunday Mass at 8:30: a. m.
of and iiS33IHd3S3H1
all members Petersburg for a week but the employee -
sqrance
I
company
Holyday Mass at 7:00: a. m.
at
urged to attend. ,second week they will spend
i Tuesday Mass at 8:00) a. m. was returned to work with
Keystone .
PersonalsMr. their home on Little Lake
Elmore, I I Confessions before an Masses. V'2 the time loss which meant a
Why run the risk' of,keeping your !late cash receipts i and children.. and Mrs.Steve Thomas and Carolyn,I I, Mrs,; Herbert* Nelson and her j I Baptisms, marriages and instructions saving not only to the employeebut ,, --r' ,

in store or home overnight or over the weekend?. and their children's guests,- 'mother Mrs. Arthur Ryan, and: by appolntmeat. to the employer as welL ;

I Make use of our night depository service and safeguard Ralph Murphy and Joyce .Thompson '. Mrs. Albert Bachmann were TRINITY EPISCOPALCHURCH When accidents strike you can I inoaySTVI33dS rW'i ;

the money you take in >after normal banking spent Sunday' at Crescent'!I guests of Mrs. Ray Chance on MELROSE save both time and money by contacting -
Beach where they enjoyed swimming 1 f'csday. March 22, at the offi- Chiropractor at once.
houij. A& us lot details. and a picnic. 1 jcers* Club in Green Cove Springs 1I 1 Sundays..... 10 a. m., ChurcJ tll' Bring1 your. your health problems tor'l 100J 7I11dVSNUV3JOU

Miss Ruth Fall, Miss RuttGebhard. i Naval Station. The ladies went I t School 11:15 am., Morning Prayer the

and Miss Mary L'Angelie. -. for luncheon. Highlight of tOe and Sermon (First Sunda;r'l

THE KEYSTONE STATE BANK from Everett. Mass paid i i i ':afternoon was a crazy hat con- Holy Communion). 6 p.m., Episcopal Bollinger Chiropractic

surprise visit to Mr. and Mrs. i test put on by the officers' wives. Young Churchmen. '
Member P.DJ.C. Paul Harvey at White Feathei I Dr. and Mrs. Albert C. Holt Holy Days '_. 10. a.. m. Hoi,)' Clinics
Court on Thursday afternoon. were in North Carolina for a few Communion.
A Friendly Bank in a Friendly Community March 24. These three ladies an days j last week amid some :real The: ReY;Millard! ,-IL Brey'foglVicar. on X. Wainut st. in Starke andE.

Keystone Heights, Fla." ', pending the winter in Florida. s i Winter weather. They found the ,-' -," .* University Ave. hi ,GafnesvUie.k .I
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VYYYVTWVYYYYYYYTYTYYYTMELROSE_ rouse the unknowing spectator to Tyre, who accounted for two of I ..,
1 l blink and wonder if he were see- the three touchdowns. Several --- -
ing things. There on the field Sophomore girls and one Freshman BROOKER I

Mill/l/11llUWlU//lv in full uniform, were two teams girl played because there lljr ttarD Ira Sue David I
I of girls playing football while on were not enough Junior and Senior J
[Continued From Pace 7] I the sidelines, dressed like girls, girls to make a team. AAA AAAAAAAALAAAlAA111UMrs.

were boys cheering for their Players included, for the Senior
Though Melrose has had a band Gainey Becomes Bride
learns. Not a dream this was team, Jeannie Strickland, Edith I
for two years, it was the first Of A. J. Witt Jr.
'just the annual Melrose Powder Ball Patsy Hinnant, Janet Weaver -
year for many of the students Lighted tapers in cathedral
.Puff Football game, where the Susan Bass, Pat Preston
and they all gave an impressive; candelabra enhanced the Baptist
girls; not the boys, are football Beverly Wilson Margaret Roys-i
concert. Church last Saturday afternoon J1
Refreshments of punch and lit roes. ter:! Carol Hurst, Sylvia Glisson, fur the marriage of Mrs. Betty
A safety in the second quarter Gloria Morris, Oleda Bowen.
cookies were served to
everyone
Gainey to ,A. J. Witt Jr. USN,
following the concert. gave the Senior girls a two point Junior players were Barbara stationed at Green Cove Springs.
,
Mis. Rothhammer Given Shower lead The Seniors were soon once Turner, Mary Ann Townsend Baskets of white gladioli and
Mrs. Glynn Rothhammer :was again deep in Junior territory. Linda Strickland Carole Allison mums, against a background of
given a surprise stork shower 'Then Susan Bass went over for !Margaret Slade, April Mesko, fern and palms, formed the setting -
last week by her mother Mrs. the first touchdown.of the game. Carol Hansen Dale Fallin San- for the double ring cere-
Clyde Wesley, in Gainesville. Carol Hurst then ran'the ball dra Ridaught, Maudie and Mary mony, performed by Rev.. James
Bouquets of light and dark 'a- o/er for the extra point and the Tyre, and Bessie Ridenour.R. Temple: pastor of the church. BE WISE/ BIG DAYS

zaleas decorated the room. Refreshments Seniors led at halftime, 90. L. Johnson Emory Cross, Mrs. Marian Crosby, aunt of
were served and In the third quarter, Mary Ty and Gene Stanton coached the traditional 9
the bride, played the
games played. Prizes were baby re broke loose and made it across I I Seniors while Ray Renfro and _
wedding : :h, and Mrs. Glenda SAT.
things and were presented to the goal to give the Juniors their Phillip Morris coached the Jun Andrews, soprano, sang "Always" FBI.,
Mrs. Rothhammer. A large .white first points of the game. The attempt iors. Goest.
and "Whither Thou
cake was topped with pink roses, for an extra point failed. Cheerleaders fdr the Juniorswere I
a baby in a crib, and a; stork. The Seniors made another' Alvin Lilly, Tony Ahrano, Andrew Given, in the marriage bride wore by ballerina her son, s Rvt1- APR., 1,2
Souvenirs of little watering pots touchdown in the fourth quarter I and Charles Brown. Walt Bowers _
of blue brocade,
were given. A bassinet was given !when Carol Hurst scampered across I and Dick Logsdon served as re- leagth gown
the honoree, and gifts were:placed .''I to give the Seniors a 15-6 !ferees. trimmed in seed pearls. She worea
flowered hat and carried a I
in it.Seniors victory.
"J :Mrs. Ray Stedham, wife of .
white crescent bouquet of mums.Mrs.
Win Powder FUfV Game I Ironically, it was two Sdpho-
[ Stedham of the Melrose. Gainey's attendants were
The scene was enough to I more girls, Carol Hurst and Mary Rev.
Baptist Church, has been selected her daughters Linda Ann, as
and Caroyl} as junior DECLARED
as one of the few soloists to oridesmaid. WAR]
bridesmaid. Linda Ann wore
at the Southern Baptist
appear of
LENTEN .SERVICESST. peach taffeta with'a tiara
Convention in Miami Beach. flowers in her hair, and carrieda 1 _


ANNE'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH I Ralph Church music G.of Keystone Copeland the First Heights minister Baptist, said of: oyl lace crescent wore dress,a of and white bronze carried organdy mums.a nosegayof Car and: / t7t ON HIGH PRICES AT *

'Mrs. Stedham has one of the .
Wednesday Evenings =' 7:30 P.M. pink rosebuds.
most beautiful voices heard:! in Mr. Witt had as best man his

this section of Florida and ,was brother, Lamar Emmette, of
GUEST PREACHER chosen from a great many ap- Gainesville. Bob Bissal and Howard GEM JEW LAY
plicants for this honor. Melroserhould Wait of Gainesville servedas
The, Rev. W MacLaurine. Hall be proud and honored to ushers.

St. Michael's, Gainesville have this great opportunity presented After the ceremony, a receptionwas
to one of their own and at the home of the j
given !
we know that Mrs. Stedham will bride, with Mrs. Howard Waitas TILL WE SELL $5,000.00 WORTH OF MERCHANDISE
The Public Is Cordially Invited bring fresh laurels' to her church hostess. The wedding cake,

and the entire community. topped with the traditional bride '
I II I and groom was placed on a table .

I covered in white organdy andpink WATCHES S

taffeta, flanked by silver' I

candelabra.: (Name Brand)
on L Serving the cake were Mrs. FREE
0 s :"<-' .J Clara Fay Hazen and Miss Susan
,
:., :
;
,Buyingon : Wait Punch was poured byl Mrs.
.
Lou TomTrnson and Miss Mary

h Jane Bigham. '
Ih Impulse Guests were registered and
presented to the receiving 'line I ; WATCH/ DIAMOND
by Miss 'Jo Ann Wait. ,
i
is all fight, but- After a wedding trip to SouthFlorida. I

Mr. and Mrs. Witt will yF *
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cOon reside in Brooker t I Up to 50
Miss Lucxetia: Combee of Jacksonville -'
.
't let Impulse buying interfere with savings was home with Warren her par Mi-* { / F TO BE GIVEN -* OFF
,' ents, Mr. and Mrs. !
::.i .: zeile, for the weekend..
progress.
.SATURDAY
EVENING
EM-2 Guy Willinghem and ( j / / ,

The best plan Is to indulge those whims only ,- ,: wife, Mary Sue left Thursday lies.,, $17.50-Now
icr New London Conn. Willing- NOTHING TO BUY
after you've made your regular bank savings :.7'::: ham will be there for a year's jCsjf \
%* in with 24.95 I
schooling nucelar power
: rvow16.95
., deposit .* ') 1i ;,, :,,..;\. the iJ; S.:-Government.: 'Itt "....;, .
.1 L I > '
I If" Mr. and Mrs; w. E. Bigham Now
'
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in' Jr., and children were Sunday 29.95 19.97
Progress lies : guests of Mr. and Mrs M. J. Keg. $150-Now

Saving ? I,.. ,; Blalock. and in Mrs.Madison.Mr. G. .W*Davis and I! 35.75 NOW23.83 Just Come In, Only $75 Plus Tax V

Jacksonville
daughter Barbara were in -

; during the weekend j 45.00 NOW
on Schedule visiting the Zoo and shopping. 30.00 And Register
John Davis and a group of high 10-Diamond;
;?: school friends attended the races I 57.50 NOW*

.. ...I., ;: at Sebring Saturday and while I .38.33 X Reg. $275 Now
enroute home visited Mr. and
.,
1 Mrs. R. J. Waters in Dundee. 71.50 NOW. 47 7FABULOUS Only $137.50 Plus Tax I
Mrs. Lumanda Davis and
at'I daughter of Waldo were the Wednesday 1 Carat Gents Diamond _'_
night guests of Mr. and
'
I Mrs. N. J. Davis. White Gold Masonic Ring AA I.Gem Stone 1 ct.
Mike Dowling spent several ,

.--' -. day last week with his father, C. A Bay At Only $350.00 Reg. $1,500-Now
-.ItA tK 'l-T lIARK[ __ D. Dowing, and Mr. and Mrs. N.
.__ __ ,. "u Plus Tax
-- J. Davis. He left Friday for Mon Only $695 Plus Taxi
,
CM' Of 21IANKS OF JHg FIOIIO HATrQNAl,. &ROU "'MEHIl FCOdUl DEPOSIT IkiURANCI COP tana. I .

Miss Ruby Stokes, Mrs. H. CULTURED One Group & Gent's A Special 1 Special 1,!
Stokes and Mrs. N. J. Davis E'I YELLOW AND WHITE

tended the annual meeting at
Primitive Baptist Church Satur-'! PEARL WATCH BANDS --99 ,
No day in Macclenny;
pavement DIAMOND
Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Bear and'

I Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Firesheets of .MUSTARD, SEED
Jacksonville were Sunday guests m DINNER RINGS
NECKLACES
could be stronger of Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Davis. I

Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sorrells AT %
\ 50 OFFWMF3Z31
and daughters of Jacksonville $
$1.00
were Sunday guests of her parents -
if carved ,
even < Mr. and Mrs. L. L. DyaL,
Little Deborah and Sandra .
remained -- -
"' 'a -
\ -
for a week's visit with I -

from solid rock! ;' their grandparents.Mrs. 52-Piece Set
Al Rain of High Springswas
the Thursday afternoon 1847 ROGERS
guest of her mother, Mrs. Mamie 1 1tj'1'

Ttefs wfey,modern< concrete pavement being used on mite after mite Hodges.Mrs. Lizzie Green celebratedher 1, _PRICE SILVER

of yow new Interstate System wffl outlast ail others..grve the.great- 78th birthday in. Palatka i Reg. $84.75
Sunday at a luncheon.Those attending i "r

est:aS-weatbr driving. 'comfort and safety ever known. from here were her Now Only '

.. daughter Mrs. Ruby Hodges, Mr. I Io0
.W :y and Mrs. Howard Redding and 0 .
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a ,,'t" children, Mr. and Mrs. T W. $$49.50
,. .
/- Markejr Mrs. H. O. Brown and
r.p Mrs.' Mary Green. .
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Crews
had as their overnight guest-Sun- '
::1t $I/ day their daughter; Louise from '
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-- COSTUME SETS
< visited
Jacksonville. Monday they
.
....... Mrs. Hazel Breeden in. Lacrosse.

Rev and Mrs. James Rhoden
AT
and children of Jacksonvillewere
: vE :Sunday: guests of Mrs. Joyce 10.50 Now 5.25

Castlen and sons. II % :j Buy Several .
Mrs. Cassie Larramore of St. o' 14.50 Now 7.25
Petersburg spent last week with I!

Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Sowells. 13.50 Now 6.95 iw FOR GIFTS
Miss Merline Rogers of Daytona -
: was home with her parents,
18.75 Now 9.40
\\IJ Mr.weekend-and Mrs. Tim Rogers for the OFF Tie-Chain Sets PEN. SETS

Mrs. Guy Harrell celebrated
her birthday at luncheon Sunday GRAVY BOAT AND TRAY and Crosses Same Brand
at the home of her mother, Mrs. ,
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from Edna Hayes here for in the Gainesville.occasion Those were I I DIVIDED BUTTER DISH 50% OFF 50% OFF

FOl OUY/AYS 11Ilrr A SOU?l the Guy Harrell family Miss:
Linda Ann Gainey and sister..;
PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCM1fOII may CaryoL I GEhI JEWELRY-GEM -GEhtJEVELRY-GEMJEWELRY%
fate tat Coknid Drift,OrioKfe,Honda mEWW .
Recent guests of Mrs. Rode
,a11DA11 orpAiutiol tD\lmprevt aid utHd th.uses of mnallr! .'. .. Mrs. W. D. Kelley
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'' Kelley were
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and daughter and Mr. and Mrs.

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BRADFORD U _____ r.OI____-_."TV__ 'l'F.I.EGRAPII___ ------ !_iT"_u.RIn..."..".. r-r&'a.vnau.-nnyft.
PACT: NIK

I was !led by the Rev. Jack Mabry,, Stork Shower Fetes TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTBy
I Rev. G. A. Ratterree of Jacksonville Mrs. Norma Jean Faile I I 320 SIV. AINUi ST.STARXE

;HAMPIONSunday Jim Harden, Marvin Silcox Mrs. Bob Faile WAS guest 01 I RISING FLA.WATCH JAJUDS FOR MORE RED HOT SPECIALS!
M. B. Jordan Rev. Lacy Conway, honor at a stork snower at; -

87 Alia., D. E..wuuu. and Tom Knotts of Jacksonville. Hampton town hall on Friday Sir, uunioii Jones

........... The Rev. S. E. Sparks spoke, fol- evening of last
.4 lowing the group clinics. Game week March 25. ..........:.......W.... .I. sJ BLUE RIBBON TIP TOP QUALITY
prizes
'ttcomIng for the evening .
IUmpton Apr. 3 Nightly prayer meetings at the were won by Mrs. / I
; Baptist Church Milton Mosherand Mrs. Rachel Green of Brook- HEAVY WESTERN MATURE BEEF
lien Sunday April 3, Hampton church began on Monday this Mrs. T. E. Simmons. Refreshments er, Mr. and: Mrs- Clyde Roberson I I '
week: and will
: continue to beheld .
I'I
of
Ptist Church will observe punch, and cookies and children of Lakeland Earnie
each night at 9:30 p. m. : served in "diaperpinned"napkins 'Norman of' I I
ncoming Sunday, with Rev. I Gainesville Suzie
Ltynaen of the church
fI
twin Stedham of Palatka as are presenting carried out the party.1 Clarke of Starke, Mr. and Mrs 0'1 I Ii! '
a short devotional each
theme
est speaker for Crosby of State Farm, Mr. and
Sunday morn- IE. I
right for the meeting. :
services. Twenty-three guests were present s. Lewis Thomas of Starke, !;
Dinner will be served outside Birthday Dinner Honors including, from out-of- and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jones j I I II

the 'church grounds at 12:30: Mrs.Mrs Virginia J. L. Bradley Bradley of Starke loxn, Mrs. Mary Jones and Mrs. I and daughters were visiting Mr. I!i iI II I Ir r ; :
Percy. Jones I i- -
m.: following morning wor- grandmother and I I i and Mrs. Eddie Norman Sunday. ;:
II' at 11 a. m., with a hymn was honored with a surprise aunt of the honoree. Hostesseswee ; I We are glad to report that i iMrs. t
II after the dinner. Jimmy birthday party at a family dinner Mrs. Charles Hicks, Mrs.!!' Eddie Norman is back home
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. j
% y. associational song leader Don Hill and Mrs. W. P. 'irom!'! the hospital and doing fine.
Deimar Williamson here on Wednesday -
to direct the roy. Joe returned home after spend
music. In
erring, training union will be-the. evening last week March PTA Next Thursday J ing a week with Mr. and Mrs Albert -

l at 7 p. m., with evening wor- 23.Present for Hampton Elementary PI'will Norman in Mulberry.Mr. ROAST
the occasion
lp at 8 p. HL, the first Sunday were met on Thursday evening next and Mrs. Hubert Norman QUANTITY l 4i
:Mr. and Mrs. Bradley and children -
week, at 7:30 i
r ithe evening time change toe p. m. in the school nnd family of Oklawaha visited I +
I Mrs. Donald Slade and cafeteria. RIGHTS
half hour later. AU friends Mr. and Mrs. Edwad Norman of
j son Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Williamson Personals "fStRVED *'
I a present and former members Starke and Mr: and Mrs. R. J,I ,
Irvin, Erwin. and Gloria
|c invited to attend services andr Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Bryant Jones of Brooker over the week-
Williamson, and Mr. and Mrs.
and Homer were visitors ..
at the church Rev. W. in Lake end. I
Delmar Williamson and children.
City on Saturday.Mrs. ,
let McElory pastor, said this Lynn McCullough, 6, Willermae Davis of Cocoais THE RIGHT rClNY fur the
i iI I Has Birthday Party visiting near Hampton with tray you write. Q me-in and see I Iwi: '..t

arch members will have a Lynn McCullough was honored her mother, Mrs. Oscar Davis led your favorite ESTER ROOK wI
'an-up campaign at the Fountain
church with a party for his sixth birth- and other members of her family.i Pen. TTXEfiKAVn.
[Saturday morning at 9:30: a. Lb
afternoon, Mrs.
I to diy on Friday March T. E. Simmons left Monday :\OTI('': OP INTKNTIOX TO MAKE I
prepare. for the Home 25, at the home of his brother- for her home in Chase City, .\ .
Ing, FINAL
in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Va., after several weeks' visit In
Court or tb ,
? County Judge
ore than 100 were present Wilton Hart.Fourteen here with her son and daughter- IlraiUord County, '

the New River Association were present for in-law, Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Sim- Stair or Florida.
post Brotherhood fish fry at PROBATE
.games, opening of gifts, and refreshments -1 mons.Mr. In re the Estate of I
'. f'I
ton Church last Friday and Mirs., Madison Lee have \\ U WALL andIII.A
when 13 churches in of cake, ice cream :\ E. WALL net-eased.
moved from Titusville to Gaines-
TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CO.VCKKN
ill( area were represented.. and punch. Lynn is the son of ville. _They are frequent visitorsto : I -

clinic for the various officers Mr. and Mrs. Lester McCullough. Hampton with Mrs. Lee's Notice is hereby given that Harold x Hea 1 Wes
G. Wall has filed bis final report Quality
brother-in-law and sister, Mr. as Administrator of the estate Ribbon Top
and Mrs. W. A. Saxon. of Murla E. Wall and-as Kx-
erutor of the Will of ,Yo L. Wall
Mrs. V. J. Slade and Mrs. Donald deceased: that he! has filed his peti- GuFARMER"
SEEROMANCE Slade and son were in Gain- tion for final) discharge and that
he will apply: to the Honorable'
esville on Friday last week. .Theron A. Yawn. County ,Judge of
Mrs. T. F. Brown, Raleigh Bradford County, Florida, on the
4th day of April. I960, for approval
I Brannen and J. J. Brannen droveto of same and for final discharge as
OF WEST\ l' Leesburg Saturday to attend Administrator of the estate of
I th e funeral of Truman Futch :Murla E. Wall and Executor of the CRAY QUICK FROZEN
Will of W. L. Wall deceased, on
:Mrs. J. L. Williams entered this third day of March. 1960. U.S. GOVT, GRADED "A" CORNISH "
SATURDAY APRIL ? the Shady Rest Home in Gainesville Harold C. WalL Administrator
2
of the estate' of Murla E. Wall and
on Wednesday last week. Executor of the Will of W. L. Wall SS
Mr. and Mrs. T. W. King and deceased.
3-24 4t 4.14Madame Lc 1 c r
sons of Jacksonville visited here

'FLORIDA Saturday evening with Mr. and
THEATER Mrs. Don Hill.

Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Slade and j :: tar -

c children son and daughter-in- r jr
law; of Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Slade LARGE ROE
s 10:00 A.M. f ARMOURS STAR
are moving this week from Jacksonville -
1 to Starke.. MULLET SLICED RINDLESSBREAKFAST y ydAe

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Saxon .1 a..
Sponsored by the Following Merchants\ : i '
'and daughters of Tampa visited I IVC :: ::; '8 19c. '

relatives here in Hampton last ,

6EM JEWELRY WILLIAMS JEWELRY weekend..
Raleigh Brannen and son AId -, Y 4.c t BACON

[ lOCAL FINANCE CO.: SIMMONS' KOCH l and J. J. Brannen visited relatives -'

DRUG. STORE 1 in Lake City' on Sunday.Mr. .

[ CRAWFORD BROS. and Mrs. Wilton Hart LB

f'gULF SERVICE STA. DENMARK FURN. CO. spent] Saturday night in Raiford \4
f'
{ vith Mr. Hart's parents.Mr. .

.TERWILLEGAR ACE ELEC. SERVICE and Mrs. Frank Brown of a'
MOTORS Jacksonville; visited here Saturday I :
STARKE TELEPHONE evening with Mrs. T. F. Brown. ,
e+ a. .49C
'- HARLEY E. JOHNS STARKE BUILDERS Rev and Mrs. Paul Travis and .
Insurance son Timmie of Valdosta Ga:; I I a .
j.'j
Agency"SUPPLIES
vfcited here on Monday with .
.t is stud 4 .
R ev. and Mrs. W. McElory. % '
But here's the rub
Vivian McCullough visited %
in Lake Butler with She can't fell us .
I It.i'afJuJS' overnight : .:
While in the tub.
Earnie Southerland.
Mr. and Mrs. 'J

( 'a.\v aldwa.t oM tt:6: Mosher!Misses and Shebbie Cathy Prevatt Conklin, Vicky attended Do you have a pipe or a faucet that ".f!
gives you constant trouble? Don'tput
the Baptist youth choir,
: off having:it fixed by us today. .
rehearsal 'and dinner at the
33IAH3S 3IHDTI3 \ The condition will not get bet ,, : '-
HIDINIA1 Brooker Baptist Church on Saturday any A IN*! ii.d .1 r' J'f
1 : night. ter. Our service b guaranteed to -i' L II .

( Miss Connie Sweeney spent I satisfy. Chase & Sanborn or Food Fair

last weekend here with Mr.: and ,
Mrs. Robert Cox.
OO'88ZmvmH Mrs. D. W. Hall and baby of t LB

WI Ja! Jacksonville N. C. is here visit- rQ 1. CAN

with her parents Mr. and ,
_ 010) Ni.S1.IS 5000uIS'U'fl << ub Mrs. M. Whitehead. /l't'Sfp1h'TA.MC SfRVI fII I U i rt )13 LIMIT-l

: ) 1V1SVNOVWjffjqosn MIN I' I .1/ 4j WITH $500

ret die TilE RIGHT POINT for the r t kI i9 i FOOD ORDERROSEDAlE
XJBAO way you write. Come in and select IC
ipuj+ seam ufitsepVZIZ3 .e6r 8)odS.
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I ._I'.VGU. ._IKfi. f F.RAOTORD. COUNTY TELEGnAPH: 'STAKKK, FLOIUU.V __ _. THURSDAY. MARCH 81. 196ft 1,1

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,VVVYVYVyyy'VVyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy dent was in charge. A fine program Florida in cooperation with the i,i eetkn-- the Florida State Senate work for the best interests of the myself to conduct 'the affaire vfiht. I would like to take this I!
was presented with v. W. nation-Vide plan. Dr. Sarah Lou i trom the 15th Senatorial District. \ eatire county' 'Your vote and active office with courtesy and efflletuy. opportunity to express appreciation ,
NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED 1 feel that the twenty years sen-1 1 supportwill be deeply! appreciated <- Your vote on May 3 will be to my many friends who supported -)
Welch as.princip l speaker. The i Wens will serve as 'county I locitr and preMige that I have in 'i iI J. C. Prevatt)1-eply appreciated. me in the last election.
I CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY dtction of officers was held as i man jissisted/by! Mrs. 'Clyde chair-I: I the Senate Is of untold 'value to my .- Yours sincerely, They did not let me down. I 'do not
people and I am asking{ ; you for Knit COUNTY COMMISSIONER ,J. U. Kelly fees tike letting them down with
foDows: President, MrV. Elizabeth"Glasper aillegar, who conducted approximately vote and' support on May 3rd. DISTRICT THREE ,.ul giving os another chance. Your j
By Ozora Shell Gainesville; V1ce. resi, a 200 percent campaign Charley E. Johns I f am a. candidate FOR !'SHERIFF vote and support and confidence Ip
dent Mrs. Lee" Newberry; Secre- last year. Supervisor Shell, wills FOR TATK for County In placing 'my candidacy for reelcliin1 Ole on May 3 will be highly honor-1
AA&AAAAALA4A.tAAAkAAAAkAALAAAAA&aAAa4heroines .__ . . REPHESEXTATIVEj Commissionr. -j ed and deeply appreciated.Yours .
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tary. Mrs. Ruth Holland. Starke; rve as a coordinator for our L am a candidate for election to Dist 3 South Bradford CoUnty I"would: like to' ,
Of JerichoAll Saturday. is the last Mrs. L.. M. Royal. Since do noi the Florida 'House of Representatives Starke> in the I H.A. Lawson
April 2. Treasurer :? oup. we have a from Bradford renesvmy pledge to give the people -
County. May primaries:
members of Ruth CourtN I day for registration. If\ybu do Starke: :Historia 1. Mrs. Pauline united fund drive we will have to TMs) is my first bid for elective ...was born .and I I jbe highest type of, law en- FOR SCHOOL- BOARD
f;>-c*>;noit personnel 1 and equipmenttviih
,>. 18 are asked to meet Wed- not vote you are not a good Marshall Starke: Chaplain. Miss give as' much as we can to eachof public office.and If ,elected I will'diUKl1nrry reared in Brad- a minimum of expense to DISTRICT TWOI
Impartially represent ford 'ounty; hereby announce my candidacy j
nesday; Apiil 6. at 4 pjn. to com- uUzen.: All persons over 21 are Catherine Taylor., High Springs; them. Bradford County and It's citizens.- I owner and .operator -I in ;hc county. This I. have. done f->r uit-iubt-r of School Poard, Brad-
olete plans for the celebration of I urged to go to the> county courthouse S .-At-Arms. Mrs. Elease Tyson.3FietaClub ask your support. and- vote on 'May ,. of Alvareij.and iliiring will mY' continue three terms to do in if office'you I'lor County. Dist. Two. I am a vet- .
;,ro. Store since 1933.; naIl of \Vprld War II, and banthre I
Palm Sunday. Apr. 10. Juvenilesare I and register so that you Starke. The officers were installed I The regular monthly, meeting A. -L Thomas. Jr. '1 feel that mr I' hcncr me with re-election In the sons now in school; am aproperty )
asked to meet on Tuesday. I may vote in the May primaryand by the past president of the ;of the Fiesta Club. was held at ;iut8sf business -! May primaries.will be greatly Your-vote"appreciated and ..sup, owner and taxpayer and.)
FOR STATF port
,April after school for important thereafter. A list of (division. the 1 Watercak School ; HKPREKK.NTTIVK experiencewill j bemillpl.cHl. :if ejected. 1\H1 serve my district !
1. an persons Persons attending on Saturday i am announcing be an asset and your confidence will not snd rpunty to the best uf my a-1
rehearsal for. this same I who Wave not registered was published meeting were Mesdames L. M: t with Mrs. Ethel Young presiding. -my raidklacy l.Jn the Derfurmi : Sincerely_ I I I'iiility.; ready at all times; to adrlgel(!

program to be presented at the recently. Please registerjbeiore Royal A. Tyson M. Bass R. E. I l After the business seSsion. a, de- State for officeof Representative t-onimlssione'r.i? .of thgr duties. t believe of your In 'C. better o unty I S P. D. Reddish with interests my constitutenta of our sohools.for T the Inviterunr best.

Greater Allen Chapel AME! the deadline so that you Holland: p. Marshall and t\ SEXATKTo
FOR STATE
Church. Rev. L. A. Sampson :jwill: te looked upon as a good dolyn Marshall. All repor d a CummingS. On Satur- ford is my County.first Tbis bid through a fair, impartial bU8ine-8- I' the ,'ott'rst Tnlon and Brad : and will deeply iprb ,,-.

pastor. All Masons. Royal Arch. ;I citizen of Bradford County. veiy fine meeting and a majorityof j j da>, April 2, all club members are for- public office. iike Your administration vote and of its affairs.3'wiK font Counties: .:I.ite..your vote and support on I

Knights of Templar Shriners 'heart Fund Report officers in the Fourth Division j; invited to the anniversary celebration resident Befog a of life Brad-long be greatly support appreciated.on May i-Xn.ti1.tte i wish! to for announce State Senator that I 'am from a Ma'v.. E. Law.sooKOH

Eastern Stars and Juveniles are Mrs. Dave Paulk wishes to of the American Legion uxi- : of Mr. and Mrs. Harry ford County anda Sln"erel- the Uih Senatorial District. In '
W H. (Pill) Graham CIRCI IT Jl'DGKi
asked to join and help to make I thank allthe members of our liary. Pauline.Marshall. reporter.. 'Young. They will fyonor the club feel'working I know man the I \oiled n'UK'HRthis l ty an decision earnest, desire 1 wasmoti to be- hereby announce my candidacy !
this a great day in the Masonic i group for the hearty cooperation Carnation Club I Ion their 9th wedding anniversary. needs of' the peo FOR !SChOOL BOARD I"I of maximum service to the people fur the office of Circuit Judge of]
All members |aid fine in the *( ple' and It elected. ,. DISTRICT FOtH 'ff iir two counties. Having al- the KUhthJudicial Circuit of Florida. .
family. are expectedto response whirlwind Regular meeting of the *-S- The conventional gift Is. pottery. I am a candidate for SohoolPoa takenan Group I. Your vote and support
1 will devote the .1'way" HS a private citizen
meet at the church at 2 p. m. j; drive for the Heart Fund. nation Club will be held MondaY. :|The birthday party for aU members do fair -(l. Dist 4. and earnestly solicit I active part' In efforts to de- ,."11be appreciated.

Fail not. done by orders of"M. A. jIbe following reports were' made: Apr. 4. All members are asked to ; born, in January. February, and necessary' 'impartially.time t$ Tour the vote Job and ,:Having lOur support children In the of .May my primaries.own in I!I Is '\..1.... our area be, I feel that expanded these THOMAS J.---BROOKS JONES.FOR''Ol'NTV .

M. Sophia Royal. Rev. Damon Kiddie Kollege Kindergarten. $3. attend as business of vital importance -j March and April will be held on i-uoport Is- humbly -G.solicited.F. Prevatt .'hoii. I am keenly interested in''i-ffarta llirish can my service greatly as State Senator COU\nSiIOUR.
Dell. Most Worshipful Master. Mi-s. Pauline Marshall teacher; must be- transected"'Saturday, Apr. p29, at the school.'All the continued growth and improvement Your vote on May 3 will help DISTRICT O\K
of our countyschool systera ; I"tl.h, to announce my candidacy]
Thnreton Elementary News Thurston Elementary $3.40 Mrs. Plans will be completed for the members are asked to. check FOR COTNTY COMMISSIONERIHSTRICT aad pledge my untiring efforts, if nc rat.help I thank you and the entire, dist- for rt"-t'It''tlon'.s County Comingsiin.fr. I

You are cordially inviled to attend I S.C.. Price teacher; Specim Easter Tea at RJE and the parade jyour list of names and. be_ $preI PIVB cif-u-d. toward this end. l am anative you. CUyndrE'wa District One, county-at-1

a Youth ,Program at Ebe- I} Education $5.60 Mrs. I. C. Jel- of fashions. Don't Ipjget the I pared for ,this affair Mr. and f< I r hereby County announce Commissioner my candidac Bradford* fctive ot In lA-adford PTA, Church County and civic and FOR SHERIFFBRADFORD I, lar w-ll!:f.and I faithfully have tried in to the serve past and yqu ]

nezer Baptist Church. Sunday. i.-oii. teacher; Hampton Training. 10th anniversary observance on i i Mrs. Eugene Blye will be hosts. County Dist. i 5 cqunty.. at large) in nftair-t I assure you that your COI'.XTV if honored by re-election to this ]

Apiil 10. 2:30: p. m. Enjoy seeing j $10. Mrs. M. Taylor teacher; AnIdelson the fourth Sunday. All .clubs of !I-Mrs. Pernella' Cummings. re- retldentof the May primaries.Brooker 1 for have 16 been yearS a I triist in me will....: not J. D.be Griff''betrayed. I hereby announce 'efforts'(Httiilon in'of trust behalf I of will the continue people my of I'

and hearing these little folk sing : Jr. High. $14. C. C. Ander- the city and many from out of :prter. ..loJ'lng'whi'h time I have been a my candidacy i.iy district and the entire cunty
and recite. There will be several son principal:i RJE. $24. Eddie town have been invited to partici- : CHURCH NEWS farmer, cattleman. and seed pro- FOR COCXTY rOMMISMONER: for Sheriffof Tour favorable consideration and I
/ ducer. II elected County Commissioner niSTRICT THREE Bradford County vote ')n Hay 3 will be greatly a'n-1
your
selections from a. local quartette Thompkins, principal; Total $60. pate in the attendance rally. The } Steward 'Bo rd. ,No It of Mt. r pledge my best efforts 'ro the citizens of Bradford subject to the predated..
with Mrs. Louiza Brown. Mrs. I Ozora Shell coordinator. club] with the largest number of(Moriah Methodist Church Mrs.. for fair.and impartial conduct oftht' Cininty: t will of the voters -lIAltOLD'K_ NORMAN.
Fur the first time I art coming ______
affairs of the entire county- in May Democratic -
Gertrude Carter Mrs. Arata Williams -Constitutional Conference of members present will receive acash I Ethel Young president, will spon- Tour vote and support will be before you as a candidate for public Primaries FOR SCHOOL BOARD

and Gladys Spring. The The Fourth Division Constitutional -. prize Mrs. W. Brooks pre-' sor a baby contest on .Sunday :, deeply appreciated.Zedra. :i .orCll '1 'will appreciate your I earnestly. solicit "DISTRICT TWOI
careful consideration of candl- a' candidate for re-election\ I
my am
address will be given by one of Conference of American sident; A.: R. Jenkins reporter. with Babies Reddish, 'Holland. Hamilton day for the office of County >Commissiioner your vote and as S'thdol Board Member, District 2.1
the teachers in this county-Mrs. Legion was held at Newberry Scholarship Contestant Tjson. and Young as contestants.All .' ,. Dist 3 (South Starke). promise the to duties per of subject to. the will.of the voters in
S. C. Price teacher. 'Jlatt Sunday at the hon FOR TAX COLI.RCTOK I ,realize the great responsibilities form office tt,. May primaries. If re-elected I
elementary Miss Gwendolyn Marshall, members and friends are asked IIR. O"'ORO COI'XTY: I of this office- and pledge to you the Sheriffs will continue my efforts In behalfof
Have You Registered? ('hool. Mrs. Glasper, vice presi- or student of RJE and gradu- I to support your.favorite baby I hereby announce my candidacy that It elected I will do everything In businesslikemanner. an efficient the school construction program I
for TaJ>-Collector, Bradford County i in my power to give you and will work to intensify the]
__ ating senior is competing withtudente and *& donations-- hope
help ipith I
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of New Stanton Dou- M. Bryant acting: reprter) the May S Primary, f feel that my service as your ''Commis-: -.tot 1 c\n meet each and everyone in ti'" county; purchase new busses
pVE4. glass Andei son. Matthew W. Gilbert -f 'New.: Bethel BaptistRev.A.. BVinson experience- a business' man and sion.-r. Thank you (or your en- of! YOU an person before May 3. with iZO.OOO already available by
1 'ny background training qualifies! cuuragement and support.' -Jennings. Starling next turn; and maintain a firm
I and, 45 Street High of Jacksonville pastor, will'enjoy .a special mt for the offic If elected 1 will ,IV. Hogan Smith i stand against any form of Integration -
and Peck High of Fern-(service this Sunday at. 11 a,- m. dr- .everything" iff' my power to in- pJOjp1lJ.I; jo jaaqs| jo ;:Hjio! 31H in our school system four '
tiire the people of Bradford ( Poll fOIST COMMISSIOXER joj (JVPIPU1l;) jftu upunouira ut" continued support and vote on May
aadina for scholarship to college I with the Junior Church, condpct ty that the- office is condu<, ''oun-I' DISTRICT THHEK j 1 AXV.IOJ auoaar 3 will be appreciated.
from Beta Alpha Zeta ChapterS ing. The assistant pastor. Will' be an efficient manner. I I hereby announce- my candidacy I I .{....U:...." UOJ -W. C. Billy) POWELL. I II

Zeta Phi. Beta Sorority. She.is I ii;' charge. of the 7:30;: 'j>. m.:worsbip. -. -Jim- Chasteen .1 Three fir County(South Commissioner Starke). subject District to

I being sponson d by Supervisor Don't forge't-youp convention I FOR. COnV'TV COMMISSIONER I the will of the' voters> in the )JaypriUMrit's. FACTORY PRICES
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"'r.T .O\E: It elected to this responsible' -
Shell. merchants professional ,state ,
Many fee assessment forther:; office I promise to give
and business people have meeting in West Palm Beach.- I am a candidatefor my est efforts toward a 'progressive : !
already contributed to this worthy Mrs., Pauline Marshall, feporter. County Commissioner and impartial. administration of
; .' District the affairs of my district and the Ont Quart With Each
I drive. We are .still asking I; Music will be' furnjshed by the 1 .(Lawtey.j!csunty as a whole. Your vote and FREE '

for additional donations so., that I Junior: .Angels.'with Ruby Albert _f "i position In'hleh support will be appreciated. or Gallon : One buy.
( you
Seeber D. Goodman
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we can prove that Starke is the and Ranell .EngIish.Incharge at '
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4"ROOD biggest little city in the slf te of Sbenezer Baptist |Church, this ,' .-,! ,"' serve in the past. -
,; The FOR TAX: COLLECTOR Prices Start at $2 qt5.95 Gal.
knowledgeif
Junior
Florida. Will Gwendolyn Marshallbe 4 Sunday. At 2 p. m. the affairs '1'(. tlje citizens. of Bradford
I crowned "Miss Blue Revue" at Green Cove .... ., county
Choir will go to "1 .sained in these Counly:
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((1i i Diival County Armory on May 6? i Springs to render: program for : i -previous years on V..: ur support is earnestly for re- : MARY CARTER PAINT STORE
'sted in reelection -
ou my campaign
:he should
Your vote of confidence with a :Mrs.' Mary. Mumford ,TOfe o|. the ,, enable board me to better as Tax (Collector Bradford I
501 N.W. 8th Ave. Gainesville Fla. FR 6-7588
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; check will be appreciated on or! pastor: Don't forget. !tie :picture -: serve you and Coanty. 1 appreciate this opportunity -
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QUANTITY RIGHTS! RESERVED : I pledge my diligent to be of service to the people I
3rd before.April 15 which is th1os-.: : (contest and all membera.'are: askled -I ---i" efforts to of Bradford County and pledge
PRICES GOOD Thru Saturday April
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of the contest. Only Pastor'1&I4 Club.
ing date persons : to help the, -

Iillrnl1 OOum I!! Illif!lllllliillllli ill lllllillill.llmmlllmurn! r of-are high eligible scholastic for the contest.attainment -I,'by Dinners members.were.arid,sold'otfyar'last'Satan-day;, activities : i.. : -- .

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1 : will be presented in the Junier Contest will d se: Saturday' night.R. I I Production GOOFED!

Cotillion are'Delores Jenkins an1 '.- English/reportet; Engineer

Evelyn Young. An organizational Bro. Willie Brown. barber. Wand' ,

Crisco 3..LL49p: meeting of mothers was held at resident, of, Luicolh City, wpl be < .

the sorority house on Wf. Beaver ordained as deacon.. at. Antioch

= Street in Jacksonville Wednesday Baptist. Church this, .Sunday ...at MANUFACTURED MORE THAN HE,.COULD. WAREHOUSE OR STORE

;;;;; night. Those attending were Mes- ,, 3 1: JID. Special music will DC Iur1.riJ.hed .

Limit! one with a $5.00 or .more.'. ,.Food Order,' := I damea Ethel'Young, Pauline' Jrtar- j by: the church: jQuarjtette: I r So, Through Our Buying Connections, We Purchased A Limited
ihalfc and'Alma' Royal Jenkins Arata Williams
_mi llillll1l lllioo mm lllillllmlrur._ : Lcuiza' Browni_ \
lad Ozora Shell sponsor. May;i Gertrude Carter and -Gladys Number 'To Sell In This Area'
LIBBY (Limit 4 ) than you in advance for,
Yellow Cling ) please i jwe 'i Spring. The, public is invited.i ,
I No. V/2 5400< your help. Make all checks .payable ;
i Singers
'p Gospel
Excelsior
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to the'chapter.
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PEACHES 4 Corfl
I Red Cross DriveAccording 1 1I jwillte present.-d'SU,' lday. at3:30f: .
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to an annotin'cement : p. min:Firs| Born,Temple, Elder
LIBBY Hawaiian Pineapple \ 1
last week:by Mr. Edmqndson',.' FlaxHoward: ,pastor. Bra._Bl Beale
jf P Limit 4 46oz. $ | 00 (county chairman Pr nc1Pal., c. C. ;! ; Genelle
JUI I 4 will be at the piano.
I If Please Cons. Anderson has, been askexl.: to hea4
b : He ;Lewis. :a 'student at"F1Onaa";?NOt-
up our group. again .this year. .
llliIII""Iill IillillII iiiiiaiDAY "has done an' excellent job for jraal: if Industrial 'College', spoitfthfc. ; ti

I several years in collecting. nJ we ken4 witfifenip and ; I -ii 'S ;

: I to help meet the county quota. !Itrwn ; Isiah 'Fettiway En. .3rc, r 1 r- t _
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soo.L This year it is 2000. Let us,all USN, left last- Sunday ,_ t. !: i i _' #e
shoulders to the wheel _4
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1.tb and do our part. A minimum of _
pJ Coffee 3 = $1 is asked 'all adults ands as 'his -family. He will .go overseas

Bags _ ,
much as possible from juniors. in the near future :: Mrs. W. 4;
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= Please answer the call. Enroll ,to- Strong. reporter.: Y 24 L 0a
day. Principal Anderson has not C
H| Limit three with a $5.00 or more Food Order .
sss. 5 released his campaign strategy,

1 UII1! ..llliIllmll.lr I!! llmrn! l llllImmlm but March will come, latf thi POLITICAL
year. Please have your doll rs ANNOUN.ci MENTS
Swift Premium Baking ((4-6 Lb. Average) ,ready. *

Grade "A" Cancer- Fund Drive \ .i ; 1\

HENS D. & D. Qvick! LB 39; Governor Collins has issued a FOR_ :STATE $E\A'I'E. : : 1L1'tJ- '

Frozen proclamation .1 'wish jo announce to the people _
declaring April 34
tb Union: and Bradford Counties
W-D "Branded" ,ChuckROAST Cancer; month for the 8tatf that r wHI, b* a .candl ate for re- "I Ji'J

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THI5.CERTIFICATE. ENTITLES YOU'TO ; $2395.00 FULL. .PRICE; .


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THURSDAY. MARCH 31.' 1960' BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPR STAB &; FLORIDA .P4nl.n.gV1, 'Itl,
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YrlttfyyylrnntfntyYR' and Mrs. Vaughn Prescott andyle4 Oart- and cause for the a-
Ion Prescott in M1 dleburg. L. C. Gasque visited his brother {6Ervieet John Dodd.,vhowas j Mrs. Mabel Phillips and Mrs. ""* -elpt! of proof of publication of I i I'dcplioii; a. i._ '-"
LAWTEYMrs. Mrs. R. C. Keene Mrs. Carl:I Euwin and family in Jacksonville elected, youth pastor: will bringthe (Minnie this notice, the Fictitious name of j lan1. r "rio- _
THERESSA [ Phillips in La".teytMon- 'hraMern Tank Survive, 4J::& X. 'to verve a copy of your Amwer.jMfen&es. .
Hilliard Mr, and Mrs. Steve Star- I over the weekend.Rebecca message. Dale Bradley, assistant I day. Walnut St. Starke, Florida under I or Oujtctiuni in .*.a p<--
Joyce E. Fukh ling and son Leon and Glenn! and Owen Wilkerson I' pastor fof-youth week I ,'.-will Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Senterfitt which G.I am engaged in business.H Ullou upon 'I uL I. ,
By Ruth Griffism..ivm.ym..y'VYVV Bollinger tit:: X. Walnut petitioner attorney uh 'e >-.i.I'eve
.&..... .....aaaaaaaaa Starling of Jacksonville were Saturday -I|! f.pent the weekend with their'grandparents : be in charge of the worship ser- i ia. d infant son of Jacksonville I St. Stark Florida, sole OWDt'f.l' 1 1 Is: Feast Office Drawer ill :5\.rke.
guests of Mr. and Mrs.I .' Mr. and Mrs. An- rice.- Special music* and'-songs. by I were visiting Mr. and Mrs.Bobby 1 f 3/10 4t 3131f "! I Florida thereof, with and the to fi undersigned i!*, the VlljJlluil Clerk
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Rowe i Luther Hilliard and family. drew Wilkerson. I our young people; I!Hall Sunday. I I I t cf said Court on or before AprIlI
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-were Sunday guests of Mr. and t Mrs. Clara Young. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Lacy Harvey of Macclenny Services at Hope, Invitation is extended to, all : Lee Thomas of Gainesville 'I In Thr Ill-mil Court Of The Eighth I ls60. or show cause In said
Mrs. Roy Tomlinson in Lowell. Henry Bennett Mrs. Carrie Bell is spending this week with Church conducted by Rev. Paul :. wro will attend; this service: |visited Mr. and Mrs. Garfield I Judicial And For Ormlt Bradford Of Coaalr.Florida IBI IK i i r.Court Friends of Warren Boatright I Stevens and Mrs. Jeanette Knightcf : her father, Allen Hart. Travis of Valdosta. Ga., were well{I Birthday Party [Johns Friday. I I t'kanrrr)'. granted. If yon fail to do so a de-
I uiJl be interested to 'know he Jacksonville the Saturday I Mr. and Wise and attended last week. }t Cm* \.. 12555ADOPTION: Tree pro i-onftsso will be entered
were l.\fs. Ralph f .Monday morning, Mrs. Clyde I Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dobson I against! you for the relief demanded -
has been transferred from the I guests of Mr. and Mrs. Troy ''sons, Mrs. John Brown and Janet Rev. and 'Mrs. Samuel Cuthbert, Hersey honored her son, David. i t of Olustee were visiting Mr. and In i:* The Petition Of Lonnie in the 'petition.
Veterans Hospital in Lake City I Bennett. Rev. fL D. Harvey of were weekend guests of Mr. andMrs. :and Sidney Griffis __provided: with:, ra party celebrating his 6th Mrs. Clyde Hersey and attended !''Jim ituon>... Davis Davis, and his wife Martha office Witness at, Starke my hand BradfordCounty and ...al of,
to a hospital in Memphis Tenn. Jacksonville visited the Bennetts W. J. Wise in Opp Ala. transportatin for the follo\ ing[jiirtfnt: y.I sn vices at Hope Church. j'I For Ph.rida this March IT. nil
Wilbert Waters spent the weekend j''on Saturday. 1 j .Mrs. Francis Eunice and Da-: young people to attend the As-I Refreshments were served to Mr. and Mrs. Boby Hall were]I The Adoption Of Lonnie Eugene SKALlCHARLES

: with his grandparents Mr. I! Mrs. Mary Locke of Macclenny i!IvU and Mrs. Mary Locke visited I Madison iational Youth Program at;!Jh ''following guests: _Larry Ogle- '.1 visiting the Gordon Millers inj i I''S-mckland Order Of A Publication Minor. And Notice! of the Circuit A DAKBV Court Bradford Clerk
'and Mrs. Buford Higginbotham 1 sx.-nt the weekend with Mr. and'I Ii 'Ms.: Mattie Dowell in a convalescent St. Baptist church Sunday ,'aby,Cindy and Jimmy Darts\ and Florahome: Sunday. iTo j Defend County, Florida.By .
in Maxvtlle. Mr. and Mrs. James i j Mrs. J. S. Eunice David and Mrs.j i home in Gainesville on afternoon: John and Romesa.i Michael Breeden of Keystone. ,;; Mrand Mrs. George Ezell and '| General To: Chester Delivery Eugene Strickland l1..putClerk Marian U Crosby
Waters and J. S. went for him Seam Eunice. JFiiday. odd Linda Williamson, Mary I Lee Carole Brenda II I
on iI ; jjjlm ; and children of Jacksonville were Coy J.linette.Iabama Thertn A. Yawn Jr.
Sunday. I I Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Johnson II ''' :Mrs. Mae Wells and Miss En- Lou Gnann Marcia Gnf f is. Wayne -rGriffis of 'Starke, and' Pearl and I visiting her mother Mrs, LacyWjnn. "-.u are hereby notified that Attorney; for Petitioners
Sidney L-mn.e; I hon Da*'is and his wife, Post Office Drawer 131
I Mrs. A. H. Harley and Mrs. L. I aid family were weekend guests za Blanchard attended the Post- Hersey. Dale Bradley.and -I Darlene Rhoden and Gerry Triest over the weekend. I j Ittarha: Jimye Davis, hue filed 'I Starke, Florida
H. Hill were Sunday guests of of Mr. and Mrs. Kelly Owens in masters Convention in Gaines- Griff* Jr. of Theressa. Rev. and Mrs. M. L. Packham petition in equity in the abovel" JI24::! U 4/14
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11%". and Mrs. Hallie Jones and i I Ccala. ;1 vine on Sunday. Each member of the choir is!j The Community Center at and children of Haines City were ; -
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i family in St Augustine. 'Dir. and Mrs.' Doyle Eubanks! Mrs. Daisy Starling had as urged to be present Thursday at;! Theressa will sponsor inner pri- visiting relatives and friends here
Mr. and Mrs. Earlie Padgett I I were in Jacksonville last, weekend I guests during the weekend Mr.. 7:30: p. m. for practice for Easter jor; to the countywide political Friday and Saturday. I Elect A Forward-Looking rOUlg.Uan'. .
have 'had recent his for visit with Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Rudy Higginbotham .;music. A canata will be present-j i
as guests i: a and iahy| on April 8: Those planningto We are glad to report that Mrs. i
brother Broward and family of B B. Morris. j daughter of Maxville and Mr. I ed on Easter Sunday at the evening 1 attend the, rally are urged to]Rodney Hall is much improved ,
Jacksonville.Mr. II II Mr. and Mrs. Harold Eunice and Mrs. Harold Starling of I I service. j come, and enjoy a' good meal. after an attack of flu. Rodney yP. Hall
and Mrs. L. P. Rafuse and and younger children were visit-j Gainesville.Mrs.; Hope Baptist Church April 3j j'Proceeds'' 'will be- used :for recreational Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Dampierwere I
daughter! visited Mrs. S. P. Worthin I 01 E: to Whitehouse on Sunday. II i Paul Smith and family Schedule: | program and 'equipment visiting Mr. and Mrs. T, H.I I
Baptist Memorial Hospital in j I Mr and Mrs. D. B, Thomas ., Miss Bernice Privett, and Mrs. SundaySunday School 10 a.i'for'. the youth-'cf our community. CcJfcar in High Springs Thursday FOR
Jacksonville on Sunday. 1 find I family visited Mr. and Mrs. i iI Mflson Privett spent Saturday ,m. Dale Bradley, Superintendent.i j i Donations t>f pies 'and cakes will,afternoon. I II
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shuford and (I I Cecil Whitehead and daughters i. in Gainesville. |I IUr. !. Morning Worship 11 am" -. I''he' greatly appreciated. i Ii I School Board Member

family of St. Augustine were i: at Kingsley Lake Sunday after- '. and Mrs. Howard Norman "Limitations and Usefulness, by i i Personals ii j i x I DISTRICT COUNTY-"T- RGr;
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Sunday guests of Mrs. John Shu- n-xm. 'and family were Sunday guests Rev. Samuel Cuthbert.. ''!i Mr. and Mrs. H',1 tf'Cloversettle : \()T1('. OP INTENTION I HE WILL SERVE OUR
ford and Dave. Mrs. H. B. Hague and family I of Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Rosier in i ing Union 7 p. m. Wayne Hersey:and children visit "relatives in: NAMEbtire : I 7 EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM ON AN

Linda Gayle Moody of Key- visited Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert I'! R&iford-, director. Evening Service 8 p. m-, ''Jacksonville Sunday. I IHoD jnfierMKiied.' under the provisions IMPARTIAL BASIS
stone Heights Sarah Osborne of j I, Hague. in Alachua and Mrs. Barbara -)I Eugene' Eunice, son of Mr. and "Youth' Week." 0(4 J 1, -er' Brinsdri i-. in:'a Gainesi I,ff Chapter 0.953.. tans of Florida, I'd. Pol. Ads
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State Farm, Johnny Devore and Anderson in Gainesville on I II Mrs. Harold Eunice, and Miss i \i-t-t of 1941. will register with the
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young people will have hospital i rik of the Circuit Court, in! and
Ralph Futch 'attended .a Beta I Saturday The Hagues were Sun Norma Jean Carter daughter of :
Club. District Meeting on Satur- day guests of Mr. and Mrs. George -*lr. and Mrs. Clifton Carter of
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aiy. Johnny was elected Vice Tyre and family at Keystone Clay Hill were' married Thursday .
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esident of, the District for the Heights. : evening March 24. 'if
coning" year. ,Mvs. .Joyce Futch I I Mr- and Mrs. Earl Denmark of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Priest and EVERYBODY'S GOING
cairied: them and while they Jacksonville were Sunday guestsof family were' Sunday guests of TO" YOU. HE! "TOO"
rere in the meeting she drove to Mr. and Mrs. Owen Carter ALr and Mrs. P. H. Day and fam- I THERE 1 I

Tallahassee for a visit with her and sons. 4 I ily in Cedar Key. FLORIDA PEST CONTROL'S -
daughter Miss Mary Julia Futch Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Barber Jr. Mr and Mrs. G. W. Saoo and -
and Mr and Mrs. J. P. Wyri :. and family spent Sunday with family were in Gainesville Sun-
It Mr; and Mrs. Everett Burney Mr. Barber Sr. in Jacksonville.Mr. day for a visit with Mr. and Mrs.
of Jacksonville spent Saturday and Mrs. Bill Dixon and Harold Starling and. family.
with Mrs. Georgia Ann Sapp. family of Palatka were Sunday Mrs. O. J. Phillips is a patient Spring Gardening
Mr. and Mrs. Troy Bennett guests: of Mr. and Mrs. Riley in Bradford County Hospital. Mr.
.Mi', and Mrs. Dan Starling Mrs. Dixon. and Mrs. Coleman and family of )
.. Walter ilk1son, and Mr. and Ersley Norman and son Clay- ,like City visited her there on :

Mi's Gary Bennett and son visit-I I j I i ton. and Landon Underwood were I Sunday. ;_.' .1.- ''
cd S- H. Thompson in Lake But-j 1 i Friday and Saturday business Miss Elizabeth Terry was the
ler Hospital Sunday afternoon. I visitors to Valdosta Ga. I Friday overnight guest of her
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Mrs G. L. Sapp and "Mrs. Rudolph ,I .Mr, and Mrs. Wilbur Bell and,ruler.; Mrs. C. E. Strickland, in
Sapp and children spent family of Jacksonville visited Gainesville. She with Mrs.
Thursday 'with Mr. and Mrs.I'Mrs. Susie Prevatt and the Ro-I'Strickland and Mrs. G. W. Dur- i IIII
Jrlm Dugger in Macclenny. nx'll Prevatts on Sunday. Mrs. ham of Jacksonville, were guestsof
Mrs. Luther Billiard and chiljSrcn -'I Susie Prevatt received word on j Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Cowan and
and Mrs. Sarah Starling Saturday that her son Raymond family in High Springs on Sat- FREE
and children were in Jackson- and wife were parents of a urday.
ville Tuesday for a visit with Mr. daughter, Mollie Susan born Mrs. Marian Marrs of Jacksonville -
and Mrs. Allan Starling: March 23 in Rome Ga. t visited her son Jeffrey, -
Mrs. Alice- Austin and sons of Mrs. Gordon L. Peterson of!at the home of Mrs. Hester COKES
Daytona Beach brought Mrs. Jacksonville was- the weekend Hicks last weekend.Mrs. .
Hattie: Darley to her home Friday guest of Mrs. R. E. Lee and family Mattie Carter of Jacksonville a sale hat's bound

: and remained over the week- spent the weekend with Mr. to revolutionize Starke's .
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fnr. Ralph Darley of Jacksonvillealso Mrs. Fred Moore with Mrs. ;and Mrs. Allen Carter. and d
spring gardening habits ,
spent the weekend viith his Will Edwards' and Mrs. Rex! Mr. and Mrs. O, J. Anders andMrs. j "
a sale that will surely take it's :
other, ] Mixon of Jacksonville spent from. : Hester Hicks. attended funeral -
j -- : : ".1 .- ,. place in Starke's retail sales his-
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f Miss Sinah Pre cotia M!Be. ;Saturday until Tuesday with Mr. .; sei vices for Mrs. Georgia ; .

Buster Bennett, and Joey' Beni!and Mrs. Jim Moore Edwards 'and HaVveyat'' wMfehausw on''nf ",14 UIL' ;j 4!Nl.,J4--.t.i..; *. -- .pool., tory.-rOrganize. tonIght and a move neighborhood. ,out early.car-Jo # :v ; Garden
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.YYYYYYYYYYT.YT.YYYYYY U. L. Higginbotham. j parents, Mr. and Mrs- C. H. Par- 'Y..YTYYY.YTTTYT..T EuniceCarterA f
I Rep. S. D. Saunders and wife of Cndeihiir Drive-in. 37 Xorth i l
I I Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Higgin- I I I said U tIn the offiie of thunderpinned
ker.Judd : I wedding of- Interest. to manyfriends iof: Green Cove Springs attended I TbTipte, .h't', Starke. Florida under I Clerk f>t tutid Court at
BALDWIN% botham and "hid va are engaged in bu intss. 1
daughters spent > Starke.
I Sapp broke his arm in' HAXVIILE here was that of Miss !j church here Sunday. I Piwrido on or before the
j Sunday in Hawthorne with Mr. : i Coiley II. and Dorothy Y. Under-I f kill:; : day of April, A. D. ty60.! and
football practice last Wednesday Norma Jean Carter daughter of i County Commissioner Marvin'Green hill, m X. IH'lk St., Starke. Klori i j to tcrve a copy tb..r..f on Hullia
Mrs. B. end Mrs. Everett Higginbothamand !jCJt I be Mr. and Mrs. 'i i ida, !s ,le owners.Daed tfiu&' adknight drrsa Is
C. seems
By Nolaa to. getting along | Bj Mrs. C. U. Nolan ; Clifton Carter of i of Middleburg visited | .I V. :;ta r"t' Florida:; ,
family. j tbis 21st day of March A.D. plaintiff's attorney.on ,
nicely. Hill
j CJay to Eugene Lamar Eunice I
lAlAAlAAAAIlAAAAAAdAlAAACUses ; friends here during the weekend. ( 'c'; at Starke Bradford County. I or before said date: asbr required
Ray Adkins' father. Dana J.! Mr. and Mrs. H. V,Daniels and "AU.AA.U4* AAIP LLLAAW son of Mr. and MrsA Harold Mrs. Alice Austin and sots I Flori Jones, is a patient in St. Vincent's I It Eunice of Kuley of C uurt. If you fail to dofa
Mellivene i
Rhoden and i suns, Harry and Larry, spent i: The Intermediate Class of Long Lawtey. Sunday Mar. Hughey and Lonzo, of Daytona ., In The TireHll Court Of'Bradford a decree pro .,nfewM will be
Ailetn Britton of Jacksonville Hospital. Jacksonville. Mr. Saturday 24, at Kingsland. Ga. I eater J
at Volusia Bar with Mr. JErr.nLh Baptist Beach I spent the weekend withr I (' 'it. Klnrldn lit (' against you for the relief'
visited In Baldwin Jones fell on Friday and injured Church will enjoy I The bride b"C't'rY.1 demanded in theComplaint.
Sunday after- f land Mrs. Dewey Moody. While : was born and reared latives. | Dewayne Elder. Pl !
neon with Mr. and Mrs. C. R. his leg; and had to be hospitalized. f'!'there they enjoyed j>ome'f y a hay ride to Black Creek i iin the Clay Hill Section and : Joan a-.n..j..k Klder. I IVfendant. This notice gh,.!r.! h"d.Ol'te
Saturday: night. I I I NOTICE OF CIT a work for '4 consecutive: weeks,
Rhoden arid Mr. and Mrs. R. V. i good; fishing.Mr. : I]graduated from Baldwin High I In The .\anir Hi i'ne State Of I ":Hiimenrjnft March 24, I960, in
Wilson and family. They enjoyed I The Baldwin Lion's Club basIketball and Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Carter!School class of 1959. I \OTICE Of lTnTIOTO I FI..rul: Tt Juan Kei.dri. Elder, ,: 1J.\! in Bradford tfounty Telegraph
Mrs Cecil Mobhy and and ron C. B., and two grand- :i I I ltu.Io1'En ru-riTioi \utr.: I I <'2* South Hull Street, I ntg..ma: ::11.:)' iiualltied' newspaper pub-
Mr. Eunice
a delightful luncheon aboard the I team is proud to have i children visited in Hazelhurst.Ga. was born and reared 1 J err Alabama: I h-1_ ip $ *rk.'Florida.Vitnegs. .
Saratoga along with a group off I I wen a third place trophy in the Monday of last week i SOILS Ricky and Mickey Taylor in Lawtey and attended Brad- \r.tii-f Is hereby under givn that the VI.M are nereby notified lost \ my band and the seal of
I with Mr. undersigned the I
rends: in, Itcuinament jof Clay Hill and John Waters II ford County 5 (t of Chapter in.953, provision suit; 'n equity, in which the relieftoueht said Court at. Starke. Florida, this
the Captain's dining held in Kingsland'aid: ; Mrs. W. S. Mobley and Mr. dinner <:no.o>5. He is employed ACIP laws of Florida. ,! la divorce has been filedeain't .'i u..\ vf March, A. D. 1910.
were of ;
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room: prior to coming out to
Baldwin.Mr. chided Hugh Rowe, Bobby Higguibotham. I Mrs. Harry' Padgett and family j I They will make their home for EradfurJ County,Court Florida in, and up i and the above named Court and cause, ',' t'fI.-\Hr.ES X. D.-\ .D\
!' Mr. and you are .
Mrs. Jack Smith and j summoned. orderedtnd .
Sunday: 'on receipt of > I'lerk of tl.e Circuit Court
proof of ,,
and Mrs. I Glenn Meeks, Marvin heie. I II II publication : required to file ..
Leonard Whitehead I.t yt.ourlIl11w..r or f Lvadford ,
family had I thrs notice the County Florida i
as the
guests over Rev. and fictitious
Mrs. name
II i H. F. ether defenses
to the
of,Waldo were dinner guests : ar.d Edgar Williams, and Harold j weekend :i Higdon I I complaint in I'24, 4t 4/14 i
Avinger. Mrs. Smith's mother, land family and Mr. and Mrs.I II I
of Mr. and Mrs. Manning Ruis I ICon ,1(Mrs. George Terry, and daughter Harris
Sidney| and family !II
Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Williams I! Sandra. Mrs. Jenny Krause ;i j I planning a trip to the are :
:There were 127 present at enjoyed the Lion's Club in :; Jackson-j BE REALLY
game said her daughter, Robin, and : ;.ilie Zoo Sunday afternoon. REFRESHED I

Sunday School last Sunday in Kingsland Ga. last Saturday' David. Terry and Billy Ray ofjOpelika. I Sorry to learn that Mrs. Waver -
I
the Baldwin Methodist 'Church.It night. Ala. Gnifis '
fcTa patient in
Is a, record of which they are Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Pringle and the
Mrs. Earl Wilkes and children Baptist Hospital in
Jacksonville.
very proud. Mis. Inez Bell of Jacksonville I IvI I
Iviiited i with Mrs. Wilkes' grand- Mr. and Mrs.. Dan Hargroves AROUND THE
Mr., and. Mrs. A. M. Pittman : ted Monday with Mr. and I mother land Mrs. CLOCK !
Edna
Mrs. John E. Martin, in Manning of Glen
and daughter., Susan spent last i Mrs. W. J. Bell.
I:Hawthorne Sunday while Mr. St. Mary were. visitors in Jacksonville -
weekend in Nahunta Oaf with :. Mrs. Harry ,Bell visited inj i Wilkes went to Ocala on a business Sunday.

Mrs. Pittman's parents, Mr. and Jacksonville Saturday with Mrs. Mr. canhMT 8_Ikl .._ ,._. .... .
j trip. and Mrs. NT. L. Cannonand "COCA-COtt C A"' ...u.. .Wt....... TY ,.NW.
Mrs. L. C. Morgan. While there Hattie Pringle. I Ij :<- .

they visited in Scriven, Ga. with j Baldwin High School DCTlsiudents I Mrs. Charlie Seeward and fame I Jacksonville family spent last Sunday in t7 "
of Yulee spent of last with Mrs. Cannon'suarents. .tc r :
part
the L., E. and I. W Roberson enjoying the Employer,!illy : } :: "
weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mr. and Mrs. I. R. Born- :
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families. fA\
: Employee Banquet at the George I :> :
Wilkes and family. .'ttin, Sr. While there they attended : i.
The Macclenny First Washington Hotel in
Baptist ,'
the Woodstock
vine JaCkson-I E. V. Roberts and daughter, Park i
Church basketball team played Tuesday night, Church of Chiist. Mr. I'r.
and Mrs.
the Baldwin First Baptist team were J. C. Bell Joy Busbee. Barbara Cathy, and Roy Pike enjoyed a',' Irvin Bornstein Jr. of )

Monday night at the Baldwin Jacobs David Horton and ; fishing trip to Volusia Bar last :'Beach and :Mr. and Jacksonville Mrs San

School gym. Baldwin won the Willie Nobles Lexie Redfern and weekend.. j Wade of Nashville Tenn. were

game 24-22. Shirley Sigmund. Theo Taylor The Orange Street basketball I J alSO there to visit with them.

Mrs. Vjf. C. Taylor and Mrs. and Leolon Purcell are'the local(team played Middleburg here I Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Cannon and

Joe Harvey and daughter, Wanda employers. The other employers,Saturday: afternoon and won the!family"'enjoyed their *son Mike's

visited,|In Glen St. Mary Sunday are in Jacksonville. 'game. \ _
buthday on Monday, March 21, p. v
: afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Bell wentto Mrs. G. G. Dorsey and Mrs. A. I'at the.,home of, Mr. and Mrs.

Claude Rhoden and family and Jacksonville Saturday and upon D. Suggs of Jacksonville visited Earl: Caiman Sr., where they

.'-fl. and Mrs. Lewis Fraser. visiting the doctor found Mr. last Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. I had a birthday supper and cake: I

While there they also visited the Bell's health improving. W. L. Suggs. Mr. and Mrs. James Norman

Manntown Mr. and Mrs. Earl Braddock
Cemetery
Mrs. Gerald Suggs is improving jjand: I i son Allen, of Jacksonville
The Brotherhood of the Orang: and son, Thomas, visited in Jacksonville -
after having been 111 recently and[ispent part of last week with Mrs.
Street Baptist 'Church will meel t; Sunday afternoon with I
|Norman's
confined Jacksonville
[ to a hospital. mother Mrs. Ruby
at the church next Monda, Mr. Braddock's sister, Mrs. Grace Iou,ens. .I I III

night; April 4. l3 !ach.
Mrs. W J. Jones of Grovelandspent II Miss Shirley Wilkinson spent
Mrs. S. Solomon, Jr. hasbeen Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bridges visit- last ; \ \ d
: weekend in
Jacksonville
with
last Wednesday with Mr..
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seriously 111 at her home ed in 'Jacksonville Sunday with friends. '
Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs.1 :
this week. Mrs. Bridges' brother and sister- \
Roman> Rodgers I Mr. and Mrs. Bud Waters and
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Agin and H-law, Mr. and Mrs Edward !family of Jacksonville visit- '
Charles and Harry had H.mter. Mrs. Ivera Kelley and Mr. and I' were
eons as 'I{Iris of Mrs. Dorothy Waters and \ A
Sunday guests at their cottageat Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Thomas of Mrs. W H. Creamer of Marietta
ramily Sunday.-
Kingsley Lake, Mr. and Mrs.J. Jacksonville visited Mrs. Thom- &eptn last Wednesday with Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Sidnej, Harris ,

Q. Jfolton and daughter. Mr.fetid as': sisters Mrs: Pasco Fouraker. !and Mrs. Bubba Harris and family and -
daughter Edith, and' Mr. >
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Mrs. Freeman Register Jr j Mrs. J. C. Ingham, and Mrs. E. and Mrs.' Deressa Harris. ,. ,
and Mrs. Joe Padgett recently
family and and F. F. Stokes last An Evangelistic Conference 1tIIt
,nd Mr. Mrs. Sunday. was pnjoyed a visit to Tampa. :
Register, sr. of Starke, and Mr. Mrs. Ethel Morgan of Jacksonville held at the First Baptist Church l' Mrs. Dorothy Waters had asher -

and Mra.:John Phillips of Tampa. visited last Sunday with last Thursday and Friday nights dinner guests Sunday herparents

Carl Bullard of Baltimore, Md. her brother's families. Mr. and : They had two guest speakers J, Mr, and Mrs A. L.. Reh- I

spent the weekend here with his Mrs. Pasco Fouraker and Mr.: each night and special music. ibeis. of Macclenny.

mother, Mrs. Fred Bullard, and and Mrs. David Fouraker. The Brotherhood of the 'First Glenn Jones and Virginia Cannon

with his brother and sister-in- is extended to Mrs.
Sympathy Baptist Church will meet at the gave a farewell party Monday -

law, Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Bullard.Irtbocthtt. Jim Bridges over the. loss of her home of Mrs. J. A. Baird Tuesday night for Westberry ''Griff
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Revival brother. Handley Hunter in San night, April 5-
at the home of Mrs.. Earl Cannon -
Revival services will start at Antonio Texas on Sunday night. The Orange Street WMU will I Sr. He ,is leaving 'soon' for
Methodist Churchon Viola Brinson and Miss
the Baldwin Mrs. meet the Tennessee.Mrs.
Thursday, April 7, at .
Sunday. April 10, and continue Becky Brannon spent last .weekend Church aj 7:30: p. m. Dorothy ,Waters' spent

through Easter Sunday, in Sanford with Mr. and Birthday Party Monday .with her sister, Mrs C. r \

April 17. Services will begin :Mrs. Garvin Harden, in Her
R. Thorpe Macclenny.
Mrs. Cecil O'Berry entertainedat J r
promptly, at 7:30: nightly, Rev. T. C. Parker spent last week- 't r 1I
I her home here Saturday, sister, Mrs. L. L. Strange of Miami -
B. C. Gamble of Atlanta Ga. will end in Lake Okeechobee with his and'nephew of
March 28;>vtith'a-party honoring. I Jimmy
drlrver the messages. The 'public son 'and 'daughter-in-l11w. 'Mr. [.I her daughter. Sandra Lynn, on Alaska were also visitors there.
is cordially invited. and Mrs. Walter Parker.: i
her 8th birthday anniversary.
Orange Street Baptist Church L. Watts of Live Oak spent the : n.mtn..mrnrntnm
Games were ,,played throughoutthe
:and Baldwin Methodist Church weekend here with his wife and I
I afternoon, after which the
all met with the First Baptist daughter. Mr. and AIrs. Watts
33 guests were invited in to the HIGHLANDBy
Church last Wednesday night and daughter. Beverly enjoyed .
beautifully decorated table to seeLinn t
and enjoyed a film on the "Powerof the company of their son and [ Debbie Phillips]
her nice gifts.A .
open
many i
Resurrection.1 It was the first daughter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. li
large decorated birthday cake .
sally for the. City Wide Crusade, Linwood Watts Jr. and baby of 4AAAA,AAALAAAIWjLAAAA& I Of
was cut and served with drinks .
and there was a good turn out. Tallahassee and Mr. Watts' mother Homecoming Services at the .. jftr > .
and potato chips. Favors and j ;
Smith-Melton Engagement Mrs. Rosa Watts of Chat- A :r':.; :
I bubble gum'were given to the [ I i a "f'. ; .,
Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Smith tahoochee over the weekend. Mrs. guests. Enjoying this occasion I success ; -. !.a'Q t>". I IServe )
announce the engagement and Rosa Watts has remained for a "
with Sandra Lynn was her aunt, 'I Rev. T. M. Knight brought the -
approaching marriage of their longer visit. !: at the morning service :
message
M;-s. W. A. Ganis and her cou- '
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daughter Vera, to Neil Melton, We extend our sincere sympathy SillS Colleen. Linda and Buddy :i&d| Rtv. C. E. Wilkinson brought l ...... :
son of Mrs. Pearl Melton of to the Stokes family of '
Ganis of Waycross Ga. ,:the afternoon service. Congregational .. -.',
Jacksonville. The wedding will 111 andy Branch over the death :
Mrs. George White and Miss and group singing was enjoyed ., .
be solemnized on April 22 In the ot their brother-in-law. Tom during the day. I" ", ".'
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hone of the bride's brotherinlaw draddock, in Jacksonville last Eloise Wilson of Jacksonville They were visitors from Law- Here four r. ,. '
are "
and sister Mr. and Mrs. LG week. He was the brotherinlawof : visited Wednesday with Mr. and I!tey Northside Long Branch, easy ways to serve "Fancy Franks. 1)Slice) a hot frank, stuff with calc slaw. 2)) Roll frank Jn slice 1

Ellison, at 7:30: p. m. The Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Stokes.Mrs. A. H. Crews. 1 i I Muxville, Middleburg and Mt. of mustard-spread bread. Fasten with wooden pick, brush with melted butter, brown in hot '

bride was born and reared in Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Stokes, and i! The family of A. H. Crews en- ', Zion churches. 3)) Mix relish into canned baked beans pile into sliced oven.' Add' olives.
franks
Baldwin,. graduated from Bald- Miss: Faye Stokes, and Mr. andMrs. I trrtained at his home here Sunday j'' Ministers present were Rev. E. of dill pickle red sash' of pimento. pop in hot oven 4)) Put hot frank in bun with! slice

win High School and Is presently F. E. Stokes. 4 with a surprise birthday din- C. Wi'Junson.; Rev. H. F. Higdon, Serve with ice-cold King Size Coca-Cola.! Only-Coca-Cola gives{ 'you that

,employed by Prudential in Russell Thrift, who has been ner honoring Mr. Crews whose and Rev. M. T. Knight of Max- cheerful lift that cold crisp taste that brightens any bite. :'.
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Jacksonville. The groom is a native very ill and just out of the hoop'.tal. :86 birthday anniversary is March viile. and Rev. Gerald Suggs of ;, .. .

of Jacksonville having gradated : has been told to stay out ; 30. A group of friends and relatives Baldwin.A ,;oj...>

: from Robert E. Lee High of his store for three months and :! gathered for'this happy !
good beginning ass made on Py
School and attended business itst. Surely do hope he.will im4 4 occasion, and Mr. Crews received >J Jmcny

college. He is employed by the piove lots and soon. I nice gifts. jI j the pastorium last Saturday. The --_ eU' '

Co. in met at the Baldwin I I foundation was laid. More workis I r-j ..
Equitable Life Insurance The WSCS Mrs. Lonnie Lynn and daughter .I :--,.-"" ,-
.N. ._' : .. (
Jacksonville. Methodist Church last Tuesday Mable Bennett, visited in :; planned for this Saturday.ELECT J ":II -I ". .'. ",'-.. IF '., )

Max Pike has arrived here with Mrs. Barbara Avinger I Jacksonville Sunday with the j )

from) Ozark Ala. for a visit with saving! as hostess. James Bennett family. They all

his family before going overseas Several from the Baldwin Me- enjoyed a picnic supper at Ocean i

with the U, S. Army. I thodist Church attended the Intermediate Pond. I I

Mr. and Mrs, Lenou Parker Sub-district meetingat Lonnie Lynn spent Sunday in'L'tdowici W. R. (BUSTER)

and baby of Tallahassee spent! Wesconnett Monday night. Ga. with his father,

last Wednesday here with Mr. I Quarterly Conference was held Virgil Lynn.

and Mrs w. W, Higginbotham {at the Baldwin Methodist Church June Custead spent the weekend i I HANCOCK

and family and also with T. C. :last Sunday, at which Dr. Mc- in Orange Park with her |

Parker. !:Icod Jacksonville District Superintendent father, Homer Custead. !

Mrs. J. R. Jacobs entertained i, delivered the sermon. George Bell and three. friends t

at her home Wednesday evening. Rev. and Mrs. John Bennion from Chattanooga. Tenn. were i

March .23, with a birthday sup- ,I.and: son spent last weekend, in weekend guests of his parents. ] .i 1

per, honoring her mother,. Mrs. ;:Lcesburg with Mrs. BeDJli n's the G W. Bells Saturday afternoon Ka ,
(
they enjoyed a picnic out-j

I ing at Jacksonville Beach. |

CURVE RESTAURANTAt I Mr. and Mrs. Carl Crews visited i

in Winter Haven last week with j I

Mrs. Crews' brother-in-law. Wil- : ..-' o' .

Bajdwin-on U. S. 301, South ear Jones, who is a patient In'': '<;..,...... :. T .
d
the hospital there. They also !, r I I 1.
Mrs. ]Harrell Bennett, Manager visited Mr and Mrs. Tillman s

OPEN 6 A.M. DAItY-SERVING BREAKFAST Whitehead.In ,

jt4 this Hors d'Oeuvres Pie for a midnight snack with King Size Coca-Cola. Just fake a center slice out of
N. round loaf of a
dark white
or bread. Decorate with
the c...., Jutft't C..rt I' a circling of devilled ham and egg salad. Mix yellow pasteurized

Bradford!. Probate ftmmlj.. PI. rUU The Only fully qualified. processed cheese spread with softened butter and pipe along the edges with a pastry tube. Garnish with'cucum;

Special Plate Lunch -- 85c IX KE P.: SHEPHERD.Estate AtIKA candidate for ber slices, sliced olives, cream cheese and a radish. Cut into wedges and serve with ice-cold King Size Coca-Colaf'

:c Dt't't'Uf'd.O'flCE '
>"* b egetabJes-S3bd-Dessert OP FILING FOR PIVALDISCHARGE COMMISSIONERAGRICULTURE ,
OF

.. ..' :. ..Corn :Muffins or Hot Biscuits AU.:ADMINISTRATRIXTO WHOM IT MAT CONCERN OF TRY THESE TEMPTING TREATS 1 .

N .. Tea'or Coffee have filed final returns as
my
r.rainttratrix Shepherd deceased of the estate; that I of ad-I Satesuful farmer lutiitett WITH BIG KING SIZE COKE
mall
discharge
filed my petition for final I
and that I will apply to the Uucated l. Florida S
Itontrable Theron X Yawll. County I. S. Dsfltt i. A.riclliture .. ... ... .
Jude ef Bradford County Florida. I U. of 1k. -
SEA FOOD STEAKS CHOPS .. -
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on the !ath day of April. U60, at
IH.OO o'r1OCk.11., for approval of MariN Vote,.. .. t3
the same and for final dischargeas I Family Mow ,, .
I
COFFEE 5c
administratrix of the estate of
Leaf earl If Milts! Urns
.. < Ira P. Shepherd ci&eUted. Thia .
Mareh ZJrd, 1960.aMARCAitET to Florida Afrfcultar -- .. .
T ICE COLD BEER f F"
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8. MILLER.Administratrix
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Yld tor W
of the eet&te of W. O. DiltfCtrnpiiga .- I pottfcd and- wthoritT. of The Coca-Cola Company by STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTCING'C'OMPANY
Ira P. Shepherd. deceased. Twitter.A :
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