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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 7, 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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The political spotlight will shift appeals. erate near-nuclear heat' before the I Andrews also came out for the Johns ,declared :that during his

to Theressa Friday night when the Crowds at Heilbronn and also at May 3 deadline. |161 senator plan for reapportion- term as representative, senator,

tlurd Democratic pre-primary ral- New River Tuesday night were Belittling Sen. Johns' stress on ment which would give Union and Acting Goveinor the roads

I Iy gets under way at 7:30: preceded gratifyingly large and indicated his "22 years ,of seniority, prestige County its own senator, he said In, Bradford! County have been imtroyed -

bv a fish fry at the Community I intense interest in top races for and experience," Andrews and would "assure continuation ol ; "until today, they are _

Center. I State Senator, Representative, said the old city hall in Jackson- all state monies we are entitled to second. to none in the state," He
'The opening shata of skirmish- Sheriff and Tax Collector as well vile had seniority .over most of and now receiving." maintained 1 ; that seniority is an

ins, sounded at Heilbronn Springs I as several contested board seats. the other buildings there "but still Senator Johns, in,his well-known important consideration in the

last Friday night' were all but The first two encounters be- ,I they're going to tear ,it down and oratorical style, proclaimed that, race since, if re-elected, he will _

drowned out by a thunderstorm, tween incumbent Senator Charlej make lyay for a better building. he' was a "Pork Chopper" and be 'in line as 'next "dean" of the

but hundreds of doggedly de- E. Johns and challenger Guy Andrews -I It's been around a long' time,"- he pioud of it. "I've been fighting Senate, a position he said would I1

termined electors braved the were comparatively mild Icsid, "but it's not doing the job the! reapportionment fight since permit, much more influence on _
weather to hear 1960's crop ofcandidates but gave promise of future fire ;'and must be replaced by a building 1345.: he said "and 111 continue legislation than that possible for __

in their first public works in a race that could gen thatill-- to battle i". p newcomer to the Senate.. r-

) Themes E, jones, .ex-iaw professor _

COUNTY 11 at. the University} of Florida

who: lost ,his job when he announced

I as a candidate for Ciicui: L _
BRADFORD TELEGRAPH Judge cited his qualifications
which 'include a judgeship in Conner, now a candidate for Commissioner Senatorial candidate- tiny Andrea (left anti Charley: Johns,.(right)

Alabama, his former home. Brookswas of Agriculture. auto ......m eager to get at microphone as final adjustments are made by

fired by UP when he qualified salesman George Fonzo Prevatt Hid( Le-\\i. .

Official County Publicatio Established In 1879 as! a candidate in violationof described himself as "a workingman -

I Board of Control regulations, running a poor man's race. -
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VOLUME EIGHTY-OXE STARKE. FLORIDA. THURSDAY;, APmL-t-f966 NUMBER FORTY prohibiting faculty members from;His running mate. Starke attorney
offering for public office. A, J. Thomas Jr., announced a _

SOc ten Incumbent based his Judge bid for George re-election L. Pat-:platform. to protect that the included small counties a pledge in __


I BoardWil! TradeVotes Fee Set, on city 20(and) years county of experience attorney, as and a I the work reapportionment for completion of fight the ,:ilaci to- ___

clenny to Maxville highway and a _
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drfht years on the bench. He
,,_ I Meter pointed out that he is the only 40-hour week for employees at the __

II I For candidate in the race with judicial State Prison. __
Co-Ahead The thiee-cornered sheriff'sI
II experience in Florida courts or as r ;
a practicing attorney in Florida.He ."1 I racer undoubtedly one ,of the most '- -fl- -

I I Overtime cited his'service as an associate turbulent in the 1960 sweepstakes ? : : _

To Swap Streets justice of the State Supieme at least 'under the surface," remained .

I I Court and referred his listenersto quiet in the first two ral 1 I. ,

; Incumbent Sheriff P. D. Reddish
A 50-cent overtime parking pen those whoiave:,served as jurorsor lies.

For Lake Front alty,, replacing, the time-honored, who have had cases in his while defended challenger his H.administration A, Lawson,
court as to 'his qualities of fairness -
dime will
fee into
effect henMondiy
go I centered his attack on the Sheriffs -i
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and impartiality.
Initial steps to close three unused : April 18, to I '
according budget, and Jennings Starling
Speeches by other'contesting:
- streets in the Indian Bead
action taken at the City Counci candidates had little to offer in: based his appeal on ,the fact that
_ babdivtflon on the east shore of:
Hi* Lake Santa Fe were taker meeting Tuesday night the :way excitement.. but. couldwarm he is a younger man, with a back-
Furthermore,' a full-time '"park up as rallies progress. ground of training that fits him
inis week all the Board of Counts
I ing meter manX will be added to Bidding for the House cf Representatives for the office.
Commissioners: '
voted tc
consummate a recreation Monday site Qie of the three public atrert rioted in Indian''Beach area On Big the police force for a 30-day trial post vacated by Doyle Continued on Page 61

Santa }'t. This one has been used a* private drive. period as soon as one can be hired
tuae with Interested
owners A public hearing property on the I by Chief Riley Sweat it was 'Package Deal' Seems In

proposed street closing was set Fillyaw Cases Holy %Weekl'' ordered.Riled by reports of widespread
fOlIO a. in. May 2 in the court'loom. Circuit Judge candidates Thomas B. Jones (left) and George L.;
abuse and disregard of the "sil nt!
I Commissioners To Meet MondayFor Patten cards at.
tooractfon{ exchange : good naturedly during ra -Makt'd rally
sentinels
Council In
The Commission
will trade the
ileilbronn.
three 50-foot streets to adjoining : Nolle ProssedPending Services Set an effort to break up the practice' ,
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property owners in exchange i I ", laid to ,some merchants, of paying Action On Bond Resolution J
i a dime penalty and letting their
101 a 160-foot waterfront site on cases involving J. T. The Starke Ministerial. Association -; cars remain parked in front,;!x> .. :' Track Team 1 Speed Curb H
Lrttle Santa Fe which will be de "* fl ;
and J. A. Fillyaw. R. H. Rutledge: has announced its schedul i f their business places all day
veloped into a public recreation I for noon-day services held annual Bradford County Commissioners i a&l&10unceed.. so far]. secondary : 1
area with boat-launching ramp ; and Eddie Cardenas were nolle t tj Dissatisfaction with the state will meet in a special session at)J load. jJ Places FourthThe
I S during the week prior to Easter meter enforcement had been I : .
and picnic facilities. j prossed Tuesday by County Prosecuting This year the services will: be held j pf hinted at by. Council members at 8 0'clock Monday night to adopt a| Theboard has apparently abandoned ,-! :Sought For 301 ; .

Property owners who requested 'I Attorney T. F. Landrum 1 1i Monday through Friday,.'April-'11.i several recent 'Cniei' resolution asking the Florida Development i> hope that' this program can j Bradford Tornadoes track
meetings. .
closing the streets have placed i after taking testimony in his ofIfice. -! 15, starting promptly at 12' noon,,, Sweat 'maintained, his Commission to finance! be l im'pfemented without the State\ team 'finished fourth in the '
S'i 0,000 hi escrow $5,000 of which ,I 1 1I and concluding at' 12:30.: i departmentwas improvement projects in Bradford| Road..Department's, so-called package I Stetson-Mainland Relays at De- 'Congested Me
I Landrum said that, in his doing the. best it could with
Hill be used to pay.for the new I I II All services will be held "in the : Countyby( issuing $1,750,000 in| deal for refinancing the remainder land last: Saturday, scoring 33 3-4
the force. He said
lecreation area, and $2,000 will I I opinion there was insufficient f First Methodist Church and the needed present they revenue bonds. of"the Charley Johns administration -: points to" trail Gainesville High

be paid to the Commission fouse i! evidence to warrant prosecution public is. invited to attend. The' an extra man if meters ,Expected to included in the pro1. 1 'million-dollar issue 'at I\ I.'lrst], Lee of Jacksonville, and ;, Twenty-two property owners
be watched
to shouldbe.
in improving and developing i I in either case. 1 olio wing schedules will ;'be observed !were. as.they gram' are: a higher interest rate. Wmter Paik- ,aong U. S, 301, South between

te!. area. j l The counter cases arose from : I .- U. S. Highway 301 rIghtofW57nifldO1Ubf -' The department,,_ however, has I The Tornadoes won points irth Prevatt's Cieck and Hampton

The boards Monday'" 'action togo ',_an .incident-last ;Christmas night.. 'Monda..Y.. -..Rev..Jt..Es.; ){ lain.1,I ___In granting Cduncif his said1 request they"! would for extra"i'h': | 8Ike;. offered.,to_write off $150,000.Jlfl 1! j>c.events: --, RC \:petitionwi the County __ ..

forward'with The exchange"was when John (J. A.), Fillyaw, em with music by"Madison Street herpf the be ,Three bridges over Santa Fe I the amount dueT 1t"'for' 301 North( j April Fool's Day Relay-[:2 mil<:i Commission Monday ask Stat
sist man given parking
taken when no further word ployed as night watchman at Keystone Baptist Choir. .. I River!and one across New River; T|tight of way to help,offset in |event, second; distance medley I Road Department for erection.of'a
was received from a group of: I Club estates, sought to ar Tuesday-Rev. Lacy Conway;; meter: duty only.and that he Diake'the The Dedan Church road; part the additional cost of higher ,- !' lcia ', third; mile relay fifth;; !' yellow blinker light at the.Juncri

protesting Little Santa Fe property rest Rutledge and Cardenas. Fill- music by First"Baptist- Church rounds hourly, giving out violation And possibly one' other [un- ; inter t... !kch jump, Harold Seymour win i tbn, and a ,aff mph speed" limit

owners who had been giv- 1 yaw's brother, J. T., then servingas Choir. I tickets and subsequent' i nir.g'ith 5-10'/2 while Bills f(through the-area. :
tn a 30-day grace period in chief, Rev Van I!'summonses' if disregarded, 'with- / Scarce HcLabcck was in a five-way tie I In making their request, thepoperty
Keystone Heights police Wednesday- Barry i out. fear or favor." ..Rejjub/i'c/ans ns ownerscited
won
site Ii congestion
which to offer an alternate the night watchman for second. William Silcox
was visiting Deventer.
for: recreation purposes. The Little I I One Councilman remarked that"We've the pole; vault at 12 feet, break! iii i the area and a number of accidents
at the time and assisted in tharrest. Thursday-Rev. L; D. Haines; I
Santa Fe group had appearedat The two Fillyaws brought Fiist Methodist Choir.. j got $5,000 invested 'in 5,299.Registered For ing the previous BUS record of including one pedestrian
I and it is'i waste Primary '
the March 7 meeting and voiced I Rutledge and Cardenas to the I Friday-Rev. Bob Badge. I''parking meters : r 4 11-9 3-4 held by Jim Hobbs. Sam ,, Natality in recent months. J:*
unless
of they,are,'operated
fears that a public recreation Bradford where will to money Gardner was third in the shot The board will pass the rjetfition -
jail they Service
County Easter Sunrise .
I' should be. He emphas1zeu "
as they on to the SRD with its,en*
urea on their lake'would become \ DWI Easter will into the'i gain of 181 over previous registra1txn put, and second in the discus.
booked Rutledge on a charge held in the BHS stadium that the'metefsPar* Bradford County go ,
I ,however !i Richard Duggar. Lee Cogdill, Idurscment i and request that if a
a nuisance. and Cardenas for public intoxica- morning, April 17, at 6 ajn. In May primaries with a- total of : Mrs. Crosby said.
told the board I still regarded toy the City primari- Ronsld Crawford, Jim Malone, I caution light cannot be erectedat
They were and 812''
There ',445t'hite,
tion. case of .bad weather the new high'I 5,299 registred d voters 5238 are
not alter its plan for open |lv as a devise to keep parking ,Tom Smith. Dewayne McRae, Hampton Junction then atc
wjuld 34 white and
i The men were released next day school auditorium will be used Democrats, and 41 Republicans i, Negro Democrats;
I 'spaces available for shoppers, and I I &st slow zone be establishedin

facilities even and Stephens participated <
J.jhnny
on
ing public on .their own recognizance in the Rev. H. O. Boyette will be the I The totals were announced by seven Negro Republicans.Mrs. .
lake- in Bradford County, bu cvstody of Roy H. Tyre Cardenas' .. speaker and ,music will be provided not as a revenue producer. Marian L. Crosby, Supervisor of' Crosby also announced that! on the various relay teams. the area
to offer s a In other action the Council: ; $ Tornadoes to Gainesville H. V. Knight, Starke' attorney,
were: granted 30 days ; employer. Cardenas, who said he by the High School Band I Registration, after close of the! absentee ballots for the :May 3' The go
Received new Civil Defense board should
location. The grace Saturday for the P. K. suggested that the
substitute available at therClerk's r rI
was struck by the Fillyaws during registration period at 5 p. m. primary are now .
Monday, and mother [!specifications for radio equipment Vonge invitational, starting at 1 :adopt a uniform policy to apply
was up
period in the courthouse.
the incident subsequently Saturday.' The new total is a net office
sites were offered to thboard swore out warrants for assault Plea Day 'Nets t and approved a call for bids; I I p. m. at the Florida track. This Ji this situation:

Expressed desire for an interview Students will 1 bt: the first meet where they ;, Years ago a property owner
the brothers. Speech
Several Little Santa Fe resi. and battery against Near $4,000In I with Civil Defense Director Seymour Named will be competing with schools .may have deeded the State Road

...nts were present Monday, not' !i: would If not have nolle come pressed for the trial cases at II Robert Mclntire to find out why Receive Awards ;ot tlvir; own. class. Most of the 1 Department 100-foot right' "*of

lo offer a new location but tsk I next. week's term up of countjjudge's : Bonds FinesTraffic the community is not getting a New Elks HeadJ. i teams met so far this year have I way; the'SRD used only 60 feet

? the county to do a better job I ,, court. mobile hospital unit and other From FestivalMrs. been from double A schools. of the right-of-way for its pro-

ot( maintaining access roads hit I violation cases predominated ., i CD equipment; D. Seymour was installed as ;ext, and the original owner oj
The existing road i I I in county court Wednesday ., I Authorized negotiations with Patti Carlson, BHS speech subsequent; owner then placed
Ue area. t
Exalted Ruler of Starke Lodge No. :Softball Managers
inadequate even for present tra. New Appliance March :SO. when. Jud 'property owners on one street 1802, BPOE at the annual.instal.I hisiructor, announces the follow- improvements ( on the unused.

viI, and would soon become to: Firm To Open Theron A. Yawn held plea da3'|,where a survey revealed the natu- lation of officers held Monday\ing av.ards won by students of !And OfficialsTo I pot lion of the right-of-way.

passable, especially in wet weathtr at the courthouse. At. the con., : ral gas line encroached, on privateL night April 4..Others installed at Biadford High at the Drama : Meet TuesdayThere Knight said that In one -lr>

with additional traffic. the r Here Next Week ? elusion of the ,day, Judge Yawforwarded L property; this time were; Robert M. McRae. : rsstival held at the University of 1 stance he knew of, the 100-foot

Jd. to the Clerk's office, II' i L Instructed Street Department Esteemed Leading Knight; L. }.t.i I Florida last October will be a meeting of al l :'light of way boundary w0Uld.

The board assured the LHt'Fnfa Westinghouse Appliance Sale l hst showing the ,ums of $3.11 1 superintendent S. R. Hicks to in- Gaines, Esteemed Loyal Knight;i John Whisenant 'won the award .scitball team managers and officials ,. i run lirectly through a maniatore.
that the, of Jacksonville announced thi and $836 I ir i : He said it was not right to
Fe spokesmen m forfeited bonds vestigate drainage problems ref ,George W. Brown, Esteemed Lecturing I of "best actor" in a scezvfrcm at the Recreation Depart
vould do their best to keep th week that North Florida Suppl; I fines levied during the month 0 Ei r : ported by J. G. Wood and Jos., E. I Knight; Thomas E. Lewis, the play '"The'Little Dog !ment on the Pratt Street Playground :use this right of way now with
'Co. of Starke has been appoints : for im-t
load in better conditio 1 March. i Arnold. I John Dodd won superior 12, ai out paying: the owner
present j Secretary; H. O. Bates III, Treasurer Laughed.: : on Tuesday Apr. '
building a better '. i franchised dealer for this area. headed the list of ol,. Authorized limerock dumping in piovements.
of 1J
aid had hopes ". Speeding ; I ; Mike Gilhooley," Chaplain; : rating in dramatic read- .730: p. m. Final plans for th< I
road to serve the area in th! The store will ve located nex tenses with 44 cases; ninnerwas now[ spots on Clark and Bridges I II Horace Cockrell Jr., Tiler; J. E. I:ng and Hilma Tanner won sujptrior i fast pitch league will be made a t, The board instructed its at.

future. They also gave assuranc > to the Conner Insurance Agenc,;,.: improper passing with 19!I, i Streets; I II I Hitchcock, Inner Guard; Jasper in oral reading. I''tM3 tune. i..toiney to draw up a resolution

Out If the recreational site becomes '. .in the Winkler building coowneri11 on Tempi! Other cases included.. : failure I t tA I) i I Turned down a request by some.I P.. Whitt. Jr., Esquire; Owen \ The Debating, Team, composed : All managers should have thei J r : governing such instances andS
It wi,,1 i Ave. 'Frank Ilgen, 1 2: 1 should
public nuisance vehicle under control. consumers that the new sewer, feeit .staling that the owners
a have I Vaughan,'Trustee ((5 years). of Join Dodd Mary Kathenne team osters and entrance : ;
Randal Chitty, said the store open unauthorized person I I tr ( service be called tax ,_ for improve-
be closrd. ; allowing Jj\ charge a so :The installation was conducted l Wainwright, Bill Bessent, and this meeting. An entry dead be compensated
to have tlijecieation i ing is scheduled for April 15 an running stop sign; 1 ; i it would :be dedactable from in- also suggested that
The board hopes r drive. 1; by Lee Monk DDGER and his I Hank Graham won second place 1ire dUe for teams desiring t<)i meats. It was
line
site in shape for Ui e! will feature a complete oJ parking on highway 1; intox,- I come reports; GrandOfficers.. at Jacksonville University. Besipnt : -. play has been set for 8 p. m,", the County Zoning Board should

this summer. t i Westinghouse appliances. cation. 5;, no driver's license, 4,; ';. ,Set the first Wednesday after 'Preceding the ceremony a, and Wainwright won first, April 12. Plans are being mad I The dealership will also carr r 1 drjvtn while irtowcaud Easter for a visit to Jasper tc i II I set-backs from pn-
heating no license tag. ; smoked mullet supper was served{place as best speaker' in th< : to start playing on Tuesday Apri !governing
a line of Quaker and Temco 1; 'posiessionof moor'-I view new low rent housing units ? held ir'March. (Continued on Page 5]
ommitte which
entertainment < tournament was i,19-
A. O. Smith ho by ,, ,
EASTER equipment, 1' line. 1. i(now under construction there. chairman-W. II. Noegel Jr. .. .
water heaters, and Cozy floe:r aalnst.five Negro s I \H 4),.::
The cases
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!furnaces. These lines include hot 1 ,I .' ,

Fashion Show I IoU and gas fired equipment. involving after raids liquor on March, charges'25 were mac a Pee Wee Hunt' Reward Offered !Sgt. Strickland ii i ,: ,
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The opening advertisement ter n' : '.. I _
the June
8:00 P.M. fcr ,trial during
Information
I the dealership will appear in th of court. Plays Thursday For j Completes Course

Thurs.. April 1-1 I next.week's, Telegraph. On Stolen PropertyPaul :,,, _
The store will be managed b: For Cancer Da/ice : Sgt. Merrill T. Strickland o :

High School I O. O. Webb, former manager c Fish SupperAt Parker., who lives on U.S, 'ILngsley Lake recently returnee l p :
and Hai :, from Aberdeen Proving Ground
Furniture
Dnggers Chairman Elden Mathews 'said 301 North is offering .a $50 reward i
'AudiforiumI Furniture Co. in Starke. Theressa yesterday<< that advance ticket for information leading ti.i,Md. where General he attended Supply the Course.Sgt Ordnance _

Sponsored] By I sales indicate there will be a large the arrest and conviction of perSons .. _
,. is of fiVE' __
Before Rally Strickland one
Contest build
Speaking attendance at the Cancer Benefit breaking and entering __

Beta Sigma Phi I Heard At PTA A fish supper win 'be held Friday i- Dance to be held in, the En11st Jngs. and. a house trailer on.hi Ii i..National been sent Guardsmen to Army schools'who hay thi 5
property and, removing good!"' :
._ Men's Club at Camp Blanding
T
There
at the
nisht, Apr 8t Ord. Ba,
25c by Co. B. 748th
year
Children in of $500.
75e valued
Adults excess
The Bradford Soil Conservatio rl ta Community Center precedir starting at 9 o'clock tonight Guard.
fioridt National
hell::1 f (Thursday). Tickets at $5 per Mr. Parker and his wife re -
-..- District speaking contest was the policital rally. The supper i() have attend
at the Elementar, hushpuppies wi n i couple will also be on sale at the cently returned after spending tei Local Guardsmen .
Tuesday night ried fish and CSP4
This Space Contributed I i months in the -north and fount I,pd three different Army school Sign With Company
: PTA on the subject. "How So,il be served from 5 to 1:38) p. m. i,1t door. the chairman said. ,. 5S
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Weekly to Publicize and Water Conservation Affect s I Music for'the dance 'will be pro- the articles missing; and indication in the past 12 months. Member:
$1 per plate. that the theft had been committed .. !, of Co.'B received training a 5 > Maurice A. Proart (left) and sPot Ear K. Cherry are
by vided Pee Wee Hunt and his
Community Events Urban Population. Receipts from this event wi:111 I by : .
The winner was Clyde Dal e be used to purchase playgrour d I !, 12th Street Rag Band, one of the several :weeks, 'or ,evei I i wheeled vehicle mechanics sup- shown as they were sworn into Stark* :National Guard unit, Cta?> C.

THE COMMUNITY Bradley, with William Edwar d equipment and make other ,in best known dance bands in the months previously. pjy ckrki and metal body rer.etnm 748th Ordnance Bru by Ut Lt. Drew F. Jtedd1 ,.eompaDT rxeetitheofficer.

Starling in second place. and Perc;'f provements at the CommunAl I-t country. quantity of tools, including r,I n. Prevatt and Cherry, both prior tervirenvn reside out of
Profits from the dance will,go I an electric drill men'a and ladies Sgt. Strickland joined the Arm: Genera Motors In Jacksonville, nta&Mhi
STATE BANK I :Moody third. Center The public is. invited 1 t ta ;/a i ,. town. Prevatt, who works for
I Bradley will go to the Are; come: out and enjoy a good super :,_ > toward meeting the Cancer. .., Fund. clothing, household goods. cook,.j National Guard in 1854 and wa : home at _Jlacclennr. Cherry fives in Keystoo! Heights and Jfc*

OF STARKE I Speaking Contest.'in Green Cov e and stay 1 r.the \ politic il i Quota of $1.500.: ing utensils, rifles, and ammnni promoted to his present grade ii 1 principal- of junior high school there."M

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PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKTL FLORIDA ..'" .... __ .MA
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r' ,r"... Bobby Turner ,of the State at lie court 'house door on the! Year of Issuance 1)56 '
I s > c Y j; i't Farm is confined with I firs Monday in Month of May.1 JJea'-ription of Property Lot S of
_,' _.. ," mumps. 19S-I, which is the 2 day of May.mi. Block 1 LT&CO'S: SD Sec. 28 T 6
e 1 ", Mrs. W. E;; Middleton and Miss .. ,. S K 22 E
I 'SkI ", .,''"" cadge Middleton of Starke and Dated this 4 day of April ISS'XtSEAL Name: in which, assessed Elisabeth
: i'.r,
&d p1L Mot'oy. AgentAli
: : I \, 'i< ., tars Mae Jones of Jacksonville, CHARLES A.: DA RFY. & of'said property being in the
'; "; "it'I" it.A, .J!( : lent the weekend in Lake Wales'' Clerk of Circut Court of Bradford, Oo;,nty of Bradford State of Flor-
County. Florida.
1imE NEWS x "" 4 here they attended the Passion: 4/7 4t 4tlOTICR I iJa.fnless such certificate V or certificates TI -
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'. _, rl', Play. They were joined there by shall be redeemed according
1 L ,' -:' \:.' "' Mr. \ OF ..1PPLIC.ITIOFOR to law the property described In
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.. E. L. Middleton of
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... ., ''' '' ," .., '. :-, Kurilertificate or certificates vftlt
LA 4>...1 ._ ...4."W Lor.. .... 1M' ._ r. II 'J '" Melbourne 1 TAX I1FKI
'.,.. .'....o"", ",'' > ";.<;.., j see. 194.18. F. "N.Notice i.e sold to the highest bidder "!atthe

Mr. and Mrs. Merritt Williams Mrs. E. B. Andrews of Lake.' 1)tt.."'.t-'"i:.!'I..t..',". ;.. Misses Mary Agnes Matthews;| Ralph Williams Is Hereby the holder Given of that the ,, Monday! court in house Month door of on May.the 1960 ffrst,

-visited Mrs. M. H. Williams in I.Butler and Mrs. J. R. Townsend ofI mi& ....,, ,,;.. ,, find Barbara Bates and Bobby rnll.nvlnK certificates has flied said -huii the 2 day of Mar. 1960.Hated .

Eustis over the weekend.Mr. I Kingsley Lake were Tuesday;; ..,., '., .,. ;' '> ''' Ferguson and Ray Maxwell at-t I 1 vrt-ficates f..r a tax deed to be I this 4 day of April. I960..

and Mrs John Torode and luncheon guests of Mrs. Tf.; B. ',. 'I..i'1H'f, ', : tended the U.of F. Spring Frolics t J issued Lees and thereon.years The of issuance certificate, the num-deMr.ition i ( BL) CHARLES A. DAR Y.

)fr. and Mrs. Jerome Johns are in Rosier. ; :, ." in Gainesville Friday evening. 1 ; of the property, and the!
Pradford
'/ I Clerk of Circuit Court of
; Mr: and Mrs. names in which assessed
Drew it was area
) Reddish
Tampa attending: the Florida Baby chicks, at Sistrunka. .. 'rV. ,. I were' -- fOllows:' I C. untr. Florida.
:Petroleum Association meeting Mr. and Mrs. H. 1... Speer spent t ", ','I tr i hosts at two tables of dessert- (...rt ncae No. 13. {:? 4t4:2i

through Friday. the weekend ;with Mr. and Mrs, > ...- "".., .?! ",' '... bridge last Friday evening. i ,
1 the dedication'service >.. "' .... A"" : I --
Attending C.J. Harris in Jacksonville, :

.,of the St. Johns River Junior Col- Mrs. Edward Burns, librarian,, :; ':"' '. ',.a-"' .." .-' -.!II':: "-,t'.Jl-'i..", 'li 'I I 'OTI'e; I J ff
in Palatka of last and Mrs. ," "' : '-' TOIIO>I IT M\\ I I
; lege Wednesday Junius Smith of the I '' : I ro\rKR\: T1ILLEGth*
week were Mrs. J. H. Dennis, Mrs. trustee .' L Xotire is given that pursuant to''
library division attendedthe 1.-" '- -'. ". :frj.u 1 I a Petition filed by John M. shaugh- MOTORS
Tommy Gill, Mrs. Shi Smith, and Florida Library Association'convention ''t.'!I ". ." .. mess and Mary C. Shaughnessy.
_.. s 1i1 ==: .,....I'P.'...- .J. .;.i., I hia wife, owners nt Lot 12, Indian
Miss Linda Robb. last
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in Clearwater ---
B, .
I ailK I
: iaubdivinon according to .
week. 'h of from Starke te plil thereof -- -- ------- ----.-
recorded -----
a in
. Flowers Cheer Patients idingt Plat Book
Purchase model of Sinter
i any For garden and field t'ropirmour .,,i the 21t birthday !. P&Se 36. public records of mad-I j I
1 f ford
Denmark
Sewing Machine at County, Florida wHAT'VESELil: !
WE SERVICE
Furniture Co. U \ fertilizer at Sistminks. I Mrs May Hitch (left) 'and Mrs. Vonda Wall are shown present Miss Melissa< Stallings in .Waldo AND? I
j Sattpd evening were Misses VT; S. Wall, Sr. owner of Lot 13.
Ing a free corsage to Bradford County'' hospital patient Margie Ann Indian Bead SuudUision. for an --- -
Norma: va..jackje order
"Don't Settle For Less Than A Jim Toney" Dowlingr, 10-year old daughter: of Mr. and Mrs. Billy Don ling. Mrs. Jackie' 'Prevail} Margaret Rose and anandon of this CommUion a-certain .street to vacate in NEW CARS AND '[USED

Ritch and Mrs. Wall make the rounds at the hospital each Indian Beach described as follows:
Thursdayas
Duncan and Nancy Bates, Ray A stnp. of land 40
feet in widih
JIM TONEY HOMES $1495 and a committee from the Church of Christ. They make the corsages Gol wire, Gus Kopelousos, and lying between saJd lots 12 and 15::, TRUCKS .63' CARS TO

up with flowers donated by Colonial Florist. Attached to the corsage Mary Harrington.. (uhkh.n the strip aforesaid of (and plat is of designated Indian SELECT FROM

f is! a card bearing the quotation "1 wa; sick and ye visited me," 4nd Little Nancy Dowling is con- Bench as "Street 389"'. and which
MO. PAYMENTS AS LOW AS
$37.50 striof land
runs from
Indian
Epical fined with chicken
:other>> references. Pastor of the Church of Christ is Charles pox. Drive
so-railed to the waters of
1. Thorpe. Miss Linda Robb and Byron fake Santa Fe. Visit Terwillegar Motors Today!

Newcomb visited friends in Way- We have set for 10.00; O'clock A. ,
M., on the 2nd day of May, X D. __ __
r I T1Sgt. and Mrs. L. J. Richardson I Keith Reddish of Heilbronn 1 I t'IOSS Ga. on Saturday. 196.in the Courtroom of the -

4 and family will move to Bangor Springs was discharged from Bradford Mrs. J. B. Carlisle and Mrs. J. Courthouse public at, .Starke. Florida, a I Sgg.OO 1952 CHRYSLER

11. Maine on April 13 where Mr. Richardson County Hospital on Wednesday R. Kite were in Fort McCoy on or not hearing said street to consider should be whether aband-

will be stationed at Dow following surgery. Sunday visiting Mrs Lillian Py- m d.All 1941> FORD V-8
$95.00
firms v _
\ h Air Force Base. Mr. Richardson's Mrs. J. S., Sapp, :Mrs. Carlton lIes. ha\'ug persons any objections or corporations to the a- .

mother, Mrs. ,M. W. Lance will go Chastain Mrs. Victor Berry andMrs. I Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Hardee of hanilGument of said road will 'bepresent 1949 FORD V-8

to Fernandina Beach to stay with Bill Tilley visited Mrs. Pete South Port N C. were guests of green an at opportunity said meeting to and be will heard.be J4g.OO .

. 1 her daughter. Mrs. W. H. Burbank.Jr. Reyes in Jacksonville last Thursday Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis on This 4th day of April. I960. '
a
and family through the sum Wednesday of last week. BOARD OF COUNTY, COMMIS- $245-00 1953 FORD V-8
SIOXUKS PRADKORD IX UXTVUV
a Mrs. George Flynn Jr. entered I Leigh ,and Danna Priest of Live ; H.: A. Iishop Jr. .

No Money Down: M. No Charge For Travel mer.Extra Bobbins save time-Stock St. Vincent's Hospital an :Tuesdaj, Oak spent the weekend with their Chairman(CAL: ) Of The Board / $95.00 19513 WILLIS FORDOR

.. II. II np with Singer- Bobbins at Den- for observation and treatment. grandparents Mr. and Mrs W. ATTEaT:: ,.
JIM TONE BUILDERSP.O. mark Furniture. tf Mr. and Mrs. J, S. Sapp are, J. Dodd, Jr.Goldfish CHARLES A. OARBT -- ------- -- -

BOX 368 Rev. and :Mrs. W. Hal Hunter of visiting Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Warren -" and pet supplies at Sis- Clerk To, Board It 47

WALDO FLA. Crestview were Tuesday visitorsf in Glenville, Ga. and Mr. and t trunks. TERWILLEGAR MOTORS
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Speer while Mrs. Richard Rev. and Mrs..Marshall Gamble AOTICn OP APPL7CATI0FOR
Please have salesman call on ..., Ray in SavannahGa. TAX UEKI1Src.
.; : : enroute to Daytona Beach to attend this week. of Keystone Heights were Sunday : 1W.16. F.S.

Name.___ __ &_.__.________.--_ the Baptist convention of George Ellis of Starke underwent dinner guests of Mr. and Notice js hereby given, that R.
11' Rivers the holder of the following
which Rev. Hunter is president. Mrs. L. A. Davis. Your Authorized FORD And
surgery Monday at Doctor'sHospital. I certificates has filed said certificates i.
Address-- ____--r--- Hr. and Mrs. Edward Ensor of Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Adams and for a tax deed to. be !s.s.ed .

Approximate Location ________--.. .- --- Jacksonville spent the weekendwith For Lawns Nursery and Garden family spent the weekend in East and thereon.years The of issuance certificate, the number description A-l Used Car Dealer /In
Mrs. Bertha Pearce. Point, Ga. visiting Mr. and Mrs. ( of the property and the
Gro-Tone Vertaereen, Vigortct
:
T-Sgt. and Mrs. L. J. Richardsonand Sistrunks.! R. R. Turnipseed.Mr. names in whkh It wai assessed are
--------- ---- as follows: -
I family and Mrs, :M. W. Lance : and Mrs. Floyd Crosby had Bradford
Mrs. Drew Reddish Certificate Xo. 6S. CountyWE
and childrerspent
I understand I am under no obligation. I will be home 1
attended a family reunion at the the as wefkend guests. Mr. and 1lrs.r Year of Issuance 1958.
weekend with'he] Do.-H-ription of Property ('(}m. at SBCr
on _._ ALl\f. home of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Burbank Glen Stanley and son, Mike and
mother, Mrs. W. H. of XB, runV.. 505 ft forI'OB =-
Edwards ii
..... ... .. ., 1 --6
I I" I Jr. at Fernandina Beach Jacksonville.Ten Miss Anna' Ruth Crosby of Jack X. 1320 ft. W 55 ft. S 1257 ft.
PLUMBING, WIRING AND INSIDE FINISHED over the weekend. .sonville. Miss Judy Roth of St. SEIy 63.5 E 18.5 ft to FOB. St'('. :24
members of the Fred Snel 1' T.S.; K. 22: E.
: MATERIALS CAN BE ADDED AT SMALL Mr. and Mrs. Victor Berry of family .'Petersburg: and Russell Crosby Xame in' which assessed KejstoneServices.
enjoyed a covered dish dinner -
ADDITIONAL CHARGEIf Dillon S. C. spent last week with cf Mount Berry Ga. Inc. ARE OPEN ALL DAY SUNDAY
get-together at the Snejls) 01 All of said property being in the

You Don't See Us First We Both Lose, Money family.Mr. and :Mrs. J, S.. Sapp and Sunday, Don'Mrs.Page. Adams were Green in Deland and Mr o Florids.i For your convenience 8.9 P.M. We carrya


JIM TONEY BUILDERSCALL For Lawns, Nursery and Garden -. visited Mrs. Fred her mother Snell ,and Mrs.daughte.T J:r r. Sunday visiting relatives. t'r.less shall such be certificate redeemed or according certificates a fulf line for your picnic Also open

Gro-Tone Vertagreen, Yigoro -{ 'Miss' Jackie Colley of FSU who to law the property describeeft r
Corbett at Fernandina night until 9 o'clock Give
at Sistrunks. Beach, 01 1 was home for the weekend, 1 in such certificate or certifiratee every us a
COLLECT HO 8-2781-WALDO FLA.
PHONE Friday and Saturday. be sold to the highest biddes.
I Sunday for Jacksonville where
: Mr, and Mrs. F. W. Hunt o f Sh@ will be guest of Mr; and Mr .

REWARD :I Jacksonville spent the week( 1 Charles Hess for the next six trial.WAYNE'S
$50 with Mrs. Henrietta Hunt. ,
V \
CASH SUPERETTE
weeks while interning in Jacksonville. -
cLjll Mr. and Mrs. Frank Weaver>; o f .' V I
.
Williston were Sunday guests o f 1. R KELLY
OFFERED Mrs. R. A. Newsom Mrs. J. W. Owned and
I Mayor and Mrs. W. T.Jacks Operated by Wayne Douglas and Cecil
w i ]. Tr e' >and Mrs..IL,_. Brownlee.were ,
I t1 'V1 rE';.. &'nd*f.1Jll' Jy'I'" u } in,Lakeland} last week.. Mrs. New ? Douglas, Formerly Manager. of Suwarinee, Stofe .

J FORINFORMATION' Mr. and Mrs. Charles' Laws t1 som was'visiting Mrs. R. E. Mathews 671 W. Madison Phone WO V9231We ;
I of Lakeland were visiting Ms '
i I and Mrs. Lee and Mrs. Reserve The :
Right To Limit
:and Mrs. H. A. Lawson on Sun: Quantity
Brownlee were guests of Mrs. T.

E ,Eagle Proudly Offers I I, day.Baby (chick, at Sistrunks. N,Mr.Lunbaugh.and Mrs.. /'V. O. Bridges We Give Family Stamps

it's finest selection of Leading to Arrest Mrs. J. E. Hildebran. Mrs.. F' were 'in Seffner the first of the
I' B. Beard and Mrs. L. G. PoweJare II week relatives. t R
visiting
Easter and Convictionof DEL MONTE
Styles. attending the WMU
I convention Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barksdale .
PartiesBreaking at>; Daytona Beach too aY, fnd: children and Mr. and Mrs.;I CATSUP 14 oz. 19c
I and Thursday.Mr. :: .
I Jimmy Crosby and son attended
TEENS JUNIORS EnteringHouse' and Mrs. George Huggin.s
the First Baptist Church homecoming #
try I' Trailer and and family visited Mrs. Louis e hi' Hampton on Sunday. PREMIUM

+ MISSES LADIESDRESSES Jefforas in i High Springs Saturday each
of
Sheds on my Premises Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Kramer ROUND SALT 71/2c
afternoon.
Kingsley Lake are in Beav
on U. S..Hiway 301
J Wesley Andrews entered SI:. Falls, Pa. on business for sever
c
North of Starke
sy i i I Vincent's Hospital in Jacksonvill,e weeks er'a' Y BAKERITE 31bs 39c

K a Ii i Contact on Thursday for surgery. Annuals. At Sistrunks.

Singer sewing Machine Needle One With $5.00 Food Order
f! Paul Parker at Denmark Furnitur. Co. if S

I James w. Patray who wil I BEACONi
qt.
\ t h s98 I Box 448 Starke Fla. graduate from the'University of: Jenkins Nursery BLEACH 10cI

Florida College of Medicine in I ,
EARNESTLY
-' ;Ja.1' I June as a member of the first tat JIM DANDY

4 to graduating class will intern ; 902 North Oak St. I 5 Ibs.
the U of F GRITS 25cFIJAGA
;
teaching Hospital in I -
..,
SOLICITSYour f
+ ('oj (
2 Blocks Off East
.1<'C s is Pediatrics.Mrs. / .
--- '
%' 16.95Sizes N. L. Woodburn returned: Brownlee St. LONG GRAIN

.a the first of the week from SupportIN .-\40oz.:
}
Bloomfield. Iowa where she was", Frances Jenkins,. Owner RICE 29c
,
called by the death of her bro

: : 5 to 15 er, Eugene Knapp. thySPRING HIS CAMPAIGNFOR SUPERIOR" n"V4 )Jbs.IiMI..DELO .
SALE
/jxf u 10 to 20 Evangelist and Mrs. Larry I!..

14 /2 to 241h for of San Antonio. Texas were RE-ELECTION, AS M t = 'Ib 15

overnight guests last Friday of I
ALL PLANTS GROWN AND
Dr. and Mrs. C. J. Houpt -"

Baby rhirks at Sistrunks. SOLD IN CONTAINERS TAXCOLLECTOR SWIFTS ALLMEATBOLOGNA '

Nationally famous dress names featuring the Miss Delia Rosenberg was in LJgstrum, bushy plants 25c ea ib.'
I CJearwater ,
Sunday to : 33
Wednesday
popular shirt-waist style in the most luxurious ,,attending the Florida Teachers LIgstrum _w_____ 50c f'&. ,

spring fabrics including drip-dry dacron and ,Education Advisory Council.' 3 for $1.25 BRANDE .


M fine imported cottons. E ,admitted Susan and to the Sandy Baptist Fogg Memorial were- LJgstrura ft. . $1.00 ea. WHITE BACON IB.' 25'

S for $:50
BOUFFANTCRINOLINES I, 1 Hospital on Monday for observation Bradford CountyHe

and treatment. Viburnum bushy plants 25c ea. FLA. GRADE "A" .

Lennon Attending in Deland the funeral Monday of morning D. C. ;Viburnum ___ 75c ea. FRYERS limit 2, please 1b- 29c

.. Extra Full and Lacy /jjj i I John A. Torode !! wpre Mrs.A>Frazier{. and Mrs. L. L. Con.nero 3 for >".00 truly appreciates the

Shaw Mr. and
V I lap 10t'w__.___ 23e t'aJap
Mrs. Lloyd Green; and Mr. and friendship: and support FKOZEMFROZEN FOODS

2.98 I Speaks For Mrs. Orie Wiggins. Visiting Mrs.D. Yew. \ 75c f'8'

: C. Lennon and family on Sunr'ay S'for $%::00 that the people of Brad-
50 Yard Sweep .
were Mr. and Mrs. L. D. '

r Pastels and White ',. z Farris Bryant V :Green Mrs. Boss Pass and son Boxwood __._-_ 29c ea. ford' County have always STRAWBERRIES 2 'lb. bag 79c

i Randy. Mr. and Mrs. Robert given him in the
Border Plants 25c bunch
See Our Selection of ij Green. Sheriff arid Mrs. P. D.
i At lIeilbronn'RaIJr Reddish and Mrs. A. F. Sauls. For Walks and DrhewaysHydrangeas past, and would' like GOLDEN BROWN

Smart Millinery I Ii Miss Martha Weldon' wan i? SHRIMPORANGE 10 oz.
jj.98 i ; .43c
; 3.98 x : the Pepsi-Cola merit award large $L25 ea. the opportunity to -V .

I 1 1I this wfek. Double White 56
Spirea
JUICE oz.
show his 99c.
'" ..... ". .-" ', Annuals.t Sistrunks.Mr. Iii; 'Bloom -. 59c ea. appreciation ,
,-
3 Handbags J.98 3.98 Gloves I It's Time For and Mrs. Bob Barrett of itSpirea by continuing to serve
J.OO ,
Miami were.Saturday to Tuesday ,.large ___- $IS9 ea.Pyracantha PRODUCE 1

I guests of Mr and Mrs. Jesse \\ybu as Tar Collector I
red berries in Fall
NYLONS- i BRYANTBest Newsome. and Winter, fun of bloom and friend. U._ S. NO. 1 3IAINEPOTATOES
SHOESOur Dental
Technician
I Ii i I of DennisMaLrtews -I! $1.75 each 10 lbs. 4Sc
Neptune
I Beach spetae nt !,
Own Brand Qualified I Ii weekena with his irandpar1landiIIa, red berries in Fall
The Latest St I es I ,
"NAN NOBLE" y ents.! Mr. and Mrs. Gad Malhews., And Winter ___ $1.00Arborvtas ea. I THANK YOU,. I II CALIFORNIA

60 Gauge, 15 Denier fa( Finest i BY FAR i tennis: reported to the Pearce I doz.

Newest epnng Mr ;Force Base near Boston:. 1.50 ea. ", s U SUNKIST LEMONS 29c
CALF PUMPS Mass, In Small Lots I
on Tuesday for
FOR GOVERNOR further
Shades for Easter i
J. KELLY
'By Dion Deb98c iuty.: 4. Ferns, Geranium*. Begonias, I CELERY large stalk ea.
.
.Mr.
and ZoeA.DAYLIGHT.CO.OP..STQIiE.
Mrs. L. H.
.,. r Peeler and .....>
Azaleas, Crotens, Bear Grass I
+
pr. > (rd. PoL-Ad.) Miss lone Mizell
And: i of 'Jacksonvillesere
I
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l' > Vogue' j : -'_ Sunday_visitors. or.Mr.-and, ., and Others. I -: (P
Mrs.-Ben'MizeU. ,.__.
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AlMtH r, l *fifl CRADFOnU r-ni'VTV TEI.EflRAPII. ST.\RKR.... FLORID.ue .\.' __ _____
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I 1st Baptist WMS Schacht-McGriff Which *
] was conveyed by
Junior ClubReceives Warranty 1--Anvil
II ? 1--a; Mielf Metal flack (paint
1 "' .d. n the 7th ofMal 1 S
day Drawer films cabinet' (steel. display) ,.
:Executive, Board New Slate no(..by John W. Glisson and caPri .. -Latge 'Glass Cutting Table
'Engagement 1 1I t, : I. r -iirt hs Executor-of K. 4 ,- l"Ii-wOOtl .
; Cbl"r i
:
I Had Luncheo Of Officers )'.. drew Estate to W. L. Wall, J-r'haits I-Metal Lift '
sal deed being of public record inthe 1:-tool I l-Glus Sander
0. I I Is Announced .1 office. of the Clerk of the Circuitirsd'ord J-- t'e j-.Hand Carts
;: The regular: executive comm.t- The, Junior ,Woman's Club'met, County, Florida 1-4 drawer. upright filing ca1Drum. Cart
in Deed Book '
I tee of the WMU of the Firtt ,Monday evening at the club house I. : at Page No. binet--C3th ni'gll'ter'f';:. : 1\ 2Hip 1-Oil Stove Saws

I 'Baptist Church met Tuesday at where extensive plans were made Beginning, at the Southwest cornr 1ldin .Machine -Cut Oif Saw
Glltdyd Mooty I 'i 11:30 a. m. with Mrs. L. .H. Out- for the parade and >' Lot Seven (7), hi Block Typewriter !-\ keDated ,
_- _. ... political rally Fourteen (14) of Original Plat of *-c..t't'k writer this 5th day'of April, 19$).
-- .,.._ .. |i6W,. vice x AN :
in
T '-A ---.4 president presiding which will be held Friday, April : Starke and run East' SOls feet I -Ticket Cabinet .
:the absence of thence North 40 feet' thence West 1-i-Glass table .SCADCHARLES
the president Mrs. 29.. Committee chairmen A. DARBY,
Mrs. Dora BurtonIs Lions club i ,A. Griffin:: r for the ajii. feet thence South 40 feet, to ZIUIiU, Tables (.%nd room) Clerk of Slid Circut Court
11. event
were elected., "in fir lii-gimiinp. being a strip I -t.n.1 Saw It tl1;
Honor Guest j Recommendations and plans' fr The clui: ,t land :'I feet North and South
Has Buffet Supper 0 4 voted to endorse Mrs. *>\ $u, feet East, and West and
>re made for the coming month. Randal Chitty Lots One (1) and Three i i I
At aa a candidate for (3) and
LuncheonMrs. I Ladies Night j.j.t"t the meeting, a cover a State office in the Federation.The .i .Lri\.. ;Five-\'hp'ut(5), except a portion in
cornsbeing Thirteen -
luncheon .was served in followingofficers were presented (13) feet North and South andTGL I MIZELl BEAUTY SHOP
Robert. Turner of the The Lions Club inducted two i He recreation loom.Decciationa by the !'ty-ihree feet East and West
nominating com I
State Farm and'Mrs.. Alice Anderson sew members Neal Tucker and handled by the mittee -"In a portion of Lot Seven (H.
x : president. Mrs. John described
+ { follows
I' aa :
of Starke entertained at Jim Bowers .at a Ladies Night i Lottie Moon circle, were based on Torode; vice-president, Mrs. La- Cominencinjr at the Northwest
a luncheon Thursday of last week: buffet dinner Thursday evening! the Easter theme using gladioli ornfr cf Lot Seven (7). and run I I
I vern Outlaw treasurer, Mrs. War '.. Corner Bay and Center Sts.
; F' 't Peventy-two and halt .
one I
HI :the Pecan Room of the Gar- j March 31. I}lilies, spires and Easter eggs. wrlr
I ren Winkler. CJ4)) feet thence South Twelve I
recording ,
&Q) Restaurant honoring Mrs., Four members were presented Alis. C- J. Houpt furnished thecorations. : Mrs. secretary and one half tlH feet thence
Awiereon's! ; mother Mrs. Dora 'with :Monarch awards, given to : Wayne Haines; corresponding Vet SPt entr' -two and one half I I ITS1 I .
l \} ; secretary, Mrs: Lola Garbett. ( -) feet thenoe North Twelve i Phone WO 4-G171 ,
Button of Atlanta Oat | Lions who have been members of The program. "More Than A The and one half <14> feet to a point I I
club
The luncheon table was attraCtive the club for 10 years: Maxie Car- :Name" was Introduced by the was honored to haveas tf limning, all in Fleck Fourteen '

in the Easter motif with i ten Jr.. A. H. Harley Jr.. Dr. S. program: chairman Mrs.. H. L. cational a guest.Mrs. W, H. Hand edu- Starke.PCR.SONAL'Ml of. t he Original Town of FOR APPOINTMENT ,

Spring flowers as a centerpiece.. R. Marco, and John Torode. I Speer who presented a display o! chairman for the Florida :; PKOPEUTr I I t
I I Federation of Junior Woman's One Pm-lehaker Truck. 1. DXo .
Easter place cards marked the The program for the evening i maps and pamphlets on Europe: Clubs who has tfi 51526. Title No. 5! tl7S.Modi !.
seating arrangement of the 1 2I i was presented by Nolan Wood- Participating in the program recently made her : No. 2R1. year make 1953.C I
home in ..
*
guests: and bunnies and nests oFaster f' '!''burn who gave a talk on the : *cre: Mrs. Lex Green interviewer Dr. and Mrs. Roland J. Schachtof An interesting Starke. was Xo. >mD t> 1.2in45J52.' -n.lonal year Truck make I 1947.. D. LUCILLE ALVAREZ MIZELLOwner.

eggs were placed down I diamond field. i ; and Mrs. N. B. Rosier. Mrs. 432 Melvin Ave., Racine, Wis. i I I sented program pre-' :I. Office Fixtures and necessities '
the length of the table. Five out-of-town guests attended L. F. Dinkins and Mrs. 1.. M. J.nnouf ce the engagement of i'. by T. H. Slade who showedmovies in' cpirylngr Metfll on the business: .
-- roofing Putter
taken
The hostesses presented Mrs,I the meeting. "Iiby a.* travelers. thfir daughter Marilyn Rae, to during his recent 1-Angle Iron Cutter .
i trip to Japan and China and discussed :2! :Metal Packs
:Burton with a pearl and rhine- Mrs Speer led the devotional Patiick Thomas McGriff. of
son several of the 1-1 I"ish Cart (cement house)
-
fetone pin as a. memento of the' Madison: St. WMS I and Mrs. Hazen community mission .Mr. and Mrs. Green Johnson Me-1'!j existing in these many countries problems t House JacksIlfrigeratnr I

occasion. ; chairman gave ,the closing Griff cf Starke. ;: Cart
i During the social hour refresh- J. Paint Shaker
Circles 2 and 3 of the Madison I thought. Miss Schacht is a graduate of : ments )xalex
Street Church will meet t I '. I t i ] were served by Mrs. Carli ]-Xail Has Rack
-
Beta Phi Baptist
;
Sigma Northjestern where
University
i I ]Lamar Johns
hostess chairman, -foke Machine1Intercom
next Tuesday evening. ., Wesleyan GuildThe siie was a member of the Chi;'': and her committee..) :/ : I Re-electGEORGE L. PATTEN
The Beta .Sigma Phi sorority y t, Circle 2 will meet with Mrs.'JriF. Omega social sorority and Phi i j i Cash' Register Stand
\\ vvi Cabineto
Will have an informal "Bacttwarda | Jaudon. 310 W. Lafayette Wesleyan Service Guilds Beta national movie and speechhonorary 1 i\i 1..2-
Party" honoring the rushees at the 51, street at 7:30 o'clock. of the First Methodist Church sorority. She is'a member ''(Coffee To Be Held i Shelf Metal RackDisplay 1, _

home of Mrs. Ned Yancey next tj I Circle 3 will meet with Mrs!I will hold their monthly ,meetings ot the Junior League of Ra-I!i iFor:] : New' Members 1 4=-et"1'P! Counters '

Monday evening Buffet supperwill r''! Charles Zippeier. 615 Francis s j next Tuesday evening at cine and is a teacher of elementary -Xail fin & Table combination :. -T; CIRCUIT JUDGE

be served at 7:30 o'clock. street at 8 o'clock. !7:30: o'clock. vocal music in the Racine I: A "coffee"Honoring new members J--36"Tool: fan Box [

r;: \ i I Guild one will meet in Fellowship ,ublic schools. !: 1 ot -the Junior Woman's Club -Pipe cutting & threading out I I

----- i I Hall with Mrs. Ruth John- Mr.. McGriff is a graduate of .jof i Starke will be held Saturday fit r. EIGHTH
I
)-Drill PrecsAsphalt
SKATING RINK NOW OPEN !isau and Mrs. Gertrude Hoff- lie University of Florida where J morning from 10:30 to 12 o'clock! J-'Sander (double) .

I neister as hostesses.' he was affiliated with Kappa I i;u at the home ,of. Mrs. Randal i i .

On Legion. Fair Grounds Behind Radio Sta. I Guild Two will meet at thei ;j12ma fraternity. He had postgraduate
I i licme ,of Mrs. $. S. Mulling with work'at Kendall, Grand i attend this informal gathering.City Driveways

7:00; 10:00 Nightly Mrs. C. C.. Johns !as cohostesss.Circle : Rapids Mieh., and is an instructr -.' -. .. -, .

I at Layton Art School. Mr. Meiriff | Taxes Due

Matinees -'Sat & Sun. 1.3 and 3-5 P.M. 4 WSCS is currently designing in STARKE ASPHALT : only candidate in the race having Judicial experience
he Mid-West
Small Sessions '12 Yearsor ,.. area Persons who have) not paid their in the Courts of Florida and experience
Saturday Fry Circle 4 of the Methodist A June wedding is. being plan 1959 City' of Starke taxes must PAVING COMPANY as a
: Church will meet Tuesday evening ned. I practicing in Florida.
attorney
younger 9:00-11:00 A.M. do.so. on or before April 11 to.
at 8 o'clock at the home of 213 S. Cherry St.
Mrs. Drew Reddish with Mrs. avoid additional expense. City I I Qualified .Impartial ExperiencedYour
Ask About Family Skating Tickets Drew Reddish with Mrs. Ben Luncheon Given Clerk Merrill Edwards announced Phone WO 9-2011

Moxley as co-hostess. For Miss SewellIn yesterday. 11 Vote and Support Will Be Appreciated.Pd. .

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.. JacksonvilleMiss BANK HOLIDAY ( Pol. Adv.)
Phone
when you needRELIABLE -- --- - > I WO 4-1563

The Community State Bank of
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Virginia
Sewell bride- Scarke and the Florida
Bank of
elect' was honored with a delightful -
FloridaTheatre Starke will not be",open for business -
luncheon last S ..turdaY2lven
SERVICETHINK
GAS '
on Friday,..Apr. '15, Good
at the San Jose Country
Friday, a legal holiday for
Flori
Club in ..
Jacksonville by Mrs. I*

OF SLADE GAS K. Miller. Assisting Mrs. Miller:\' da.. ... .... .... ... READERS
was Mrs. 'Jack "Dobson of "Talla- I

laisee..: sister of Miss.' Se 'ell's :
TANKS FROM GALLONS TO 1,000 OR UP fiance William Jefferson Powell.* JCotlee- strrlcls is hereby OP given SL1-P'"uilnt

The luncheon table was attractive to ,H. Final Decree of, Foredoa'jre
PHONE WO 43551GOLDWIRE ./ with a yellow linen dated .Aprfl %. I960.and entered In
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APRIL 9
SAT.
Chancery Case Xo. 1S-843 of the
1st. Feature cloth and centered with a Springairancement Circuit Court of the Eighth Judicial -
of blue and yellow Circuit in and for Bradford
County Florida, wherein L. A. Davis ATTENTION
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I' iris and daffodils. Bridal nut and ,J. T. Quigley are the plaintiffs
i .. caps and place cards marked. the !!, and J & J Building Supplies
t Inc. .a
s A AL ADVENTURES seating arrangement. Corporation duly authorized
to transact business in the Stateof
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"OFl Among the 'guests were Mrs. Florida and Joseph D. Warren
M Jefferson Davis Powell of Jacksonville and Betty E. Warren, his wife, are
+ defendants. I will cell to the high-
mother' of the bride et>t and bet bidder' for cash at the A MESSAGE TO READERS OF THE TELEGRAPH IN
SAwYER groomeleetand from Stark, front door of the Bradford County i

L [ SERVICE _a'rE NIC.CIOR Mrs. W. B. Sewell. mother of the County Crurtltouse, Florida in Starke at 10-flO, o'elook Bradford A. COMMUNITIES NOW REPRESENTED BY A REGULAR -

bride-elect. Mrs. A. Z; Adkins. II. on the 18th day of April. I960,

-$- Mrs W H. Nollman.. Mrs M. P. the following described property as
SH forth' in said Final Decree to- CORRESPONDENT.From .
ITS BEST Brown and Mrs. E. L. Matthews.The wit:
n:<:\I. ESTATE:
1d+i ) hostess presented the Lot 7 of Block 9 of the original'

.aea.at+ ",. honoree with a dinner.,.plate #.CountyFlorida. time to time our attention has been called to the fact
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/ / 1 1 1 a 1 / t her memento caosen of china the occasion.pattern'as, I pearing records of record of Bradford in the County currentipubli" that a reader has been puzzled or "miffed" by having an

tl 2nd. Feature Florida, being the same property item omitted from the news of his community. There are,

: Womans Club ._ of course, good reasons for the omission and it is not
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1 r
f To Meet WednesdayThe the fault of the correspondent, ,who is doing his or her best


a1MSE..-axtaa' a .,ri '; Conservation department rrltAra1p.FL-i4j to report' the significant news. In 9 cases out of 10, whenan
SERVICEN1ER under.: Mrs. 'Guy Andrews,;chairman .
item is omitted it is due lack of sufficient include
-r will be. in charge'of. ;the program to space to

, aEEW WksIy.aatlat for :the Starke<*"Woman'sClub everything that is submitted in a given week.

meeting on Wednesday afternoon SUN., MON., & TUES.

April 13,. at 3.30 o'clock at' April 1011.12

I thetlubhouse. --- .. .._ --DOURI.p'.FEATIRtE THE TELEGRAPH NOW HAS ALMOST 20 CORRES

br Hostesses for the afternoon will Joy Ride PONDENTS WRITING FROM COMMUNITIES IN A 50
liars J. E. Hildebran, chairman
t Had )Fulton & Ann Doran MILE AREA FROM MELROSE TO BALDWIN.
wtta IIna.Wnl Irp, ..11CUAt.s.wtatau Mrs. Lester Crews, Mrs. Willie
...tutt Mae Denton Mrs. C: J. Frazier. and

t wrttecoteaWA toot. Mrs. L. C. Smith, Mrs. C.-'Ji 1. House Intrigue Therefore order SOME each of these
--- Futch, Mrs. L. D. Haines 11 R's. in to give space to
Cartoon: TROUBLE DATE Curt. Jurgens &: Dawn Adams
Gladys,Hat rington, Mrs. li: H Jenrnings ALSO (CARTOON communities, it is. necessary for us to omit at times a lesser

c sl Mrs. W. B: 'Seweli, Mrs.
important item of1personal We want to continue
SUN. MON.. TUES. Earl Searing, Mrs. A. N. Holiday, news.

April 10 thnT12 Mrs. Kate Sheppard :Mrs. M. H. Wed., & Thurs., April 13 & 14 giving your community good representation in The Telegraph

vr lang and Mrs., Wt ;EoBigham. .
Sr., Oregon PassageJohn each week, and will do so within the limitations of

, 19601 ErJsco &: Lola Albright
, time and
space.
.a Recent.Birth Crime & Punishment ,


1 Mr. and Mrs. Carl B. Darden of U.S.A. In this age of the automobile, frequent visits to nearby

) daR+rdt+tl Keystone Heights announce the Mary Murtay i Frank Sihvera towns or cities are no longer the "big news" they were before
'
t r Ill James birth of a son, :Martin ,Lee .
on ALSO
CARTOONFRI.
Garner
hard roads made it possible for people to around and
t \ 1fl ( .. t4 April 2 at Bradford County> H os- .-- get
1 i
DtLIE F EATt1RF5 1 1 Ip, Natalie Wood pital.Mr. visit like they do today. Therefore has had
John let's and,).(rs. Charles Durkee of &.SAT., APRIL 15-16 your newspaper
Slarke Builders nothing interfere "when he paints with i \ Gainesville announce the birth of Cosmic Monster to "cut down" on items concerning shopping trips to neigh

Supplies Paint. a a daughter Sheila Renee, on :M, ar. With Forrest Tucker boring cities. ; Sunday visits between folks of the same community
24 in
Alachua General Hospital.Mrs. The thing that couldn't die
.. ., : Durkee is"'the former'Sandra William; Reynolds & Andre Martin or nearby communities; visits that are so regular as

NO ...row. WARMER MOL.--no-ccxcxr--..-ta Johns, daughter ot'Ir.. and'Mrs..I ALSO CARTOON to become routine; minor illnesses; attendance at nearby
Carl
MONEY DOWNRepair .... Johns of Starke. 1
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__ churches or entertainments; long lists of guests at parties,


Cartoon: HIS BITTER ELF It's Shrubbery Pr I rotecfion' reunions, weddings, etc. except, of course, guests that

come from long distances.We .


Add Rooms --- Carport WEO April,'THURS.13 thru, &15 FRI. Tune For Starke

-. are just as interested in you and your activities as ever,

Bath Room 1FIINNIEStEYERI I'i Home, owners are*:fully aware- shrubbery:! : .X but we' thought that an understanding of the problems were

. If of the vast expense of landscaping Call a company that knows up against in reporting the happenings of 18 communities

; ... a home and of the increased value. Florida:Pests,
WIth
(INCLUDING SEPTIC TANK AND FIXTURES II ... I a home enjoys as a result orwell a great deal of experience company in shrubbery a- would help you in. submitting your items to the corres

) 1 planned landscape. protection. In North Central pondent. Your cooperation will be greatly appreciated and

a I Most home owners are also Florida 3t'A Florida Pest Control will enable newsier interesting and
to give more
us a
you ,
Time To Re-root } I II aware of the importance of protecting and ChemTcal Co..Don't '

( : this investment from attacks better edited newspaper.
take chances with theft -
. -ox ficafe. insects .and : 'I: .. '.f srbianty .
I : ;. of 'your Twine. Cau
spider. Measures .
must be taken < i
.. .f now before ,hot WOi365_,today the snrnbberyyou
weather "jto' com

STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIES'Phone \ ,.... _..t.J-J a bat insects and reduce plant Dn>n Bave may be ,your own," and The BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH

-- Oil emulsion must De applied at an entomologist .is .more fully
WO 4.4201 Cartoon SOUTH YOUR COMMUNITY NEWSPAPER SINCE 1879TIItDenaer
Starke; Fla. DOGGONE least once, preferably twice to qualified to guarantee this protec-

safeguard the health of your j tkm (Adv..)

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be-the most expensive -equipmentyou Those who are interested in a"irstiay water conservation tajip on the
.itpria1ua
: If rlJl" I-Dpiy! could have used. coverr a souvenir envelope envelopes, cancel with-a special

:. Too many farmers attempt to > can mail addressed envelopes cancellation mark 'used'.only on
) rum farm: trees that are too plus a monty order ,or that day and 'at. that pla.ce} and

Division Formula : !tffftj1.; S.tiIL'The idea is to 'work those check for the-uarnber of stamps null as addressed ,.anywhert' in

': merit and he'replied! that bird -do. .!!.!,, frees you anticipate cutting in 5 required to the Post, Office ..Department the country, McOriff.1'pointed r

Must aThis id he.repU: ({;. thu.,*'birda' -do >i"'f. 4. _"' ,.: U>V fight years. Don't'] go into a at' Washington, D. C. Ctit. ..
Be ProtectedTed somedamage: to; our-'crops; ,sucha4ttins' P,1 >}{seto a young...I fast-growing- stand and ,
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) eatinf>r, ferries! ,. but 'ha4g cups on aQ trees down to
David. of Hollywood, one ,of.the more went" $n .t /'saJ that.. Toe Yankees '',' t.".1Jf.-10.in1'"'t'Y', :'b. :. !'uv-h: DBH. Mark :trees for selective .

flamboyant! Gold Coast candidates for Governor, bring 'the. robinr'down ;with ... '1---': .cupping, if possible, or.at Cana.MbtorOiI .: -... .
"1Hau
is the to them, ..and- '.frfira'i 'diet< Tftnieesleave .s: si \jeast: pull your minimum! 'diameter \
,pawing ground, seeking incense votersof -'. ..ola. ..:Coase.,. .. ..vabee.... ser. .ioe '
the larger counties over the fact that on aper : ; they take', the? :robins"baa. I l!' up to 10 inch DBH. Unless .
basis with tJiem." '1,: .I1\.betvjen 'the' rains several you, can follow ah. cdnservatiYeprsctiee
capita Lafayette
; County gets $71.25m : ;. ..... .. f3l5 (Pi2rncYsJ /quip- it will probably pay ln re.as.eGasolene! Mile4gel.
racing'revenue, while poor, downtrodden"Dade has been a bad. season forlocating -
The, 'consensus 'during the >dis- went'to'co: err .soil con- V.9U to postpone -your operation .. .
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(sob) gets only 20 cents per head. plants. Oscar Carter caision Vas that '.larks') : do' the crrattonjrogramBillle : for a few rears. .--! "

Mr. David concludes therefore, that "the principle said he efter got-"a some lot of pepper trouble plants'ol'y and inbst Damage: 'Ito eqnxj, "' that : ,Varner.used: the seeder !!! 1 12 \."

of equal distribution is most inequitable and loon :tobacco growers are hunting -. "cedars": {cedar .raxirinsJ: 'e!t, cuaipyrxer,2o; ,plum' .'Starr" Millet H 1-Y Schedule? ;

unfair' and adds that this sad state of affairsis : them too. Mary Ella Watter- the "seeds of 'bemeE.and": that and' Pensacjjli" Bahia 01 .for' his Eeativala .Saturday
blackbirds will give peanuts it. poseur.,.
"in shocking form" the result of
small-county, >son was trying to' locate
some fit: Tak'dMn't"itay: cuill and '"Enw tie J 3 'S 0'1 0 i
on 4 Tiiest ,used | ..fertijiTjti -
!pork chop control of Florida's State Senate. :for her father, Mr1. Ward Tore' Hl-Y Club.wfll. hold a )I
doves iery long, M pre :person distributor to fertilize i his II I
Mr. David may go to the head.of the class for find through us, buf 'were unable to* bald: "We.Just:don't hp,enouhtci ;;. permanent, 'pfistures.An .. .: festival;pn Saturday. Apr. 9, on

enthusiasm and colorful language, but he would | a source at this.time. Later them around ant sure". 1)hAmem5err) ,. Allen Crews.aiide'r West, :Washington St..
en, there willbe some tobacco : A street dance with dance
flunk the course on the basis. of historical accuracy -1- the .supervision, .pt Paul
plants available around Alachuaand : malristtraction.Other .
will
band be the
If you have trouble'. : leaf Hutchings arid.: .Curtis Marlow.Uied .
High Springs. but not nOT:' festivities .'. -
will include ,
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Perhaps Mr. David is too' youthful to know .* spot on your berries thIs year::, the'seeder cultipacker to *wrecking pie-throwing .. ,con-. .. ., i"t. .f'
about 'such things, and has.not taken the troubleto Had:a phone call from Mrs. ue: Capstan according. theFiperiment' ,plant the playground at. South tt fortune teller and .other activities" Absolufel]}"-and'we"re. prepared'tojpro ft,to y08 beret,
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inquire; but even as a casual observer he Hattie Brtger of Stark'e who e.tPert.I..' side Elementary wider'th .School. Allen, : ourCities Service. 'rtatioa..L. s .?

should know that the equal division of race track wanted to know' where she could ,W have JOO Ibs pt4: 44.14 and .Coach aa> Lennard Register supervision: used of .Refieshments will be sold .at One of the principal.j bsof, -.motor jxl iaao-feoa'.

funds among the 67 counties far from being buy some of those climbingstrawberry 40 Ibs.' of'Nitrate:'' tf'.Stf, and the fertilizer' distributor to' ferti- t iic cor.cession'stand engine friction...and engine friction: is' 'eao. of tsm 1.

the brain-child of small 1 county solons :.- was plants: We told her, Sam is 'p6ppigs'arowd.: JertUir: Jize the footbaU field. -* -- causes'of'gasolene eon umptioa -:: :

actually proposed by legislators from none other and wished: her luck in 'making. zing :everythinj. oil thepUc! <|:-:',- :Ethan Sapp used the fertilizer Special Stamp V c: ,*, L. ,. So"Uw I better a motor oil does,jts Job,'the b .
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than metropolitan Dade.: them grow. : .'. .a Pleader to' fertilize his Pensa-.. .. )'oY'. UH for each' mile you'- 'drivt '.:...:':

As one who was on the scene when pari- Don't know about other folks Alice' is 4 6i, a.shehas cola Bahia pastures. Issued. For WaterConservation. ... V '." We "hive ,I motor, oil-Gties $emc- SDI: : C) no oi+,

mutual betting was legalized 'almost 30 "ago but we had a'couple more "toadsirangler" peers, persimonplw 1 s. I + aliieh'reduces _engine .friction7and protect* :vjul Prt\u
years: ;Sat Xmas"and grapefruit, Complete Soil. and Water never *'*
pecan : : conseiVaUon Before possible
Oft
has described if: Miami wanted rice track bet- rains here and If }tkeeps #
griipeX (two klndsj J pineapplesaad l farm plans were delivered Supporter the. Bradford ActualTv' it does the several] ... E feft
ting legalized, although there was considerable up' .we'll be able to eaten ''1bapanas'.JTOirin5"'ry'ma? to J. R. Hixon and Ben ;:1 work. : J.oils provides ,
s conservation district
opposition throughout the State.'-So Miami came fih to the front yard. We ..were not get' a' lot pf.'stufjf Jrppi t loll!, .Syslotr; Included in Hiions persons interested'hi commemor end t lOW gracie performance at suiting.medium/20. pld*
political ..
:iHeilbronn the warm
orer at for performance as your engine begins to up.adeasy
up with this proposition: legalize and tax pari- work bpt were. almost!: bggdd t o i plains are suggestions 'on 'pasture ative' stamps -will be 'able to' purchase : :
tally Friday night' andthey 30 grade mutual betting and distribute the tax money had some "California .dew, "' get more pecans t1\1n"J.a t lea,management" ?and planting! prac.ticea. .a :$:-cent. Water ..Conservation ; .

equally among the 67 counties. The Miami interests there that was so heavy that one_ year, when :our .clop eonaistdd' .' f .tiof. '. ,Also..Included' in his plan postage, stamp loyally 'starting hot engine. : '
)looking to benefit from one: tiny; sorry "nut. are recommended soil capabilityjnanaseme.rit1 .April._19, Postttuster ,0,''J. Not only l win c ties'SeMce'ffD.r >
were the thousands nt the candidates Jim' ChasteehJ ,. ; . .. Koolraotor "your'aolV$4 -
of tourists and the millions of tourist dol- Had to carry. his wife to the car.; c iTI. 'bractices''tot' 'his lIcGrif Jr. said today, _
I pecan'grove' hay fields.The ; Je.ge..but abo'eoboe
lea and .t youll
lars that would be brought into the area,, by thrace : OYr: o ; ,- Although: the P.ost .Office p ; 'I'a difference in pown'.Eor tit t
tracks. For that reason, they willingto Hear that Felix Sapp has the Held Saturday, V '. vartment is printlnir million DStaet
were ,berry fever' bad and that he's : cost of starting/& ,.guns .120 c the result of jts super prot. ctio*.
give the small counties their share of the tax afraid if he gets any more excited In El a Chapel l farming operation 'will vary depending copies of the '3-coior water con- Stop in and change to SO Kool.motor

money. Thirty! years: ago they were, satisfied with about the new plastic. on the type of equip- stn'ation stamp, the edition rniy! Qil this wtok.t .
this formula and actually persuaded the small mulch method'J of raising -them- ', Funeral! services for, H. O. :Went aced, arid whether same, ,of not; las !long, 'J.l GrtJ.predic\ed. .' 'r : ,

county solons to go along on this basis although hVll set, out some runners and.' ;Blown,. ?9, of''Brooier-yKo; : f ".did I it -is second- hand.We' The stamp is being issued at -
most of the opposition to the race tracks came start again. Tiiursday. March ,31., were held 1 strongly recommend the ,....
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from the traditionally more conservative North up. 5 .at 3 n. m. Saturday in ..Elzer'sChapel. balk chipping and, acid system. *'Washington! D..- c:*j'*'on,-, April. .IS.asa ,, u..

Florida areas.. Talk of unfairness and inequalitywas Me have you ,heard about the ( ; cemetery. Mr; .Brown (he "spiral gutter. and double tribute- to conservation. .. .. farm-."' ,.

noticeably absent at that time. Tfnnessee .state champion berry was born near .I.alre,*uUer '&id I !head' nail type installation and ers.. and. their. .l local.. ;..soil'. conservation :. .
there the 2- uart Poor,
glower f. C. Blevins of JohnsonC"unt.y was a former postmaster cup. inadequatet ; districts and .. aterp\\td" M
But now in their eagerness to go "whole hog," Who last year won the He also! resided in Stark for equipment, although it may be project "' SILCOXCITIES :

the Gold Coast counties are willing to cast themselves title by producing ,609. 24-Qua.rt; :number of pears; hit .nt :"::1IJr V
"I'm
sure that
in the role of "Indian giver" and try to crates from a one-acre patch: 'office \here both of .Cplumpia,, S., C..ar; d ,a Bradford Soil mostevftryone, ( .
take back that which they "so" eagerly held out Tne story goes that he raises ; '.' bfptheY, Walter Brown; Lake in .Consert t1on t

as bait to the small counties thirty years ago. them on a-matted bed uses geese 1's. : : ; : i. ,Butler. District will l want f.-to buy these' @ SERVI(

In this action they are egged on by vote-hungry to help' control weeds, and fertilizes Miss bisA: Bnrwn end MtS 1PJisB 5 Funeral services were. i in charge coiorfui and historical stamps ,.

politicians such as Mr. David who now try to with 800 lbs. of 6-12-12; : CogrinV.Wth 'of Jacksoilitlle I :L, .I pf Wilson fc Brannon Funeral 1 when they go on sale-:here":the 705 .:

picture the equal distribution formula as "the plus, 400 Ibs: of Nitrate. of Soda. two sons, Joe and Louie'Broan: i., Home..- ; Lake..tity. V. Temple Ave. Starke Fit.

result of small-county, pork chop Control of George. Florida's State Senate.. Nothing could be further yield h re. Is about 100 ':
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from the truth. Actually, all the "Pork Choppers'are crates but that some growers '

doing now is to see that the equal distribu get as high_as 250,The test plota: V '' .laU.'iC.AN''; T BE A f

tion formula is protected as iJ i should be, from raised at the Experiment Stationon ; y: ;.:
the "Whole plastic gulch have produced '.:. : '
onslaught by Hoggers. .. "
at thei'at? 'of 425 crates." *. : ; .. : u.'u _.'. t'- _\',,__'_ _. .:__"C:_
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Bradford County, like every other Florida : } V. : :'- : .
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county, has received $112,500 in racing funds so[ While on the trip south recently I'N' : q. : : "
far this season-with more to come. Last the of local / 48" :
year group growers \i r .. i : .au.r cr.:: .G'A. ,. .
the total was $178,300. This money is used by saw some strawberries raised I; ; :. i i. : ,: .->!: *,.;;?.;, _
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Bradford, like many other smalt counties, for with four rows' on .a bed. Oscar .i :' : ; '., : "c* ._ "- ..,, .

vital purposes, including schools, hospitals, and Carter was impressed and has j j. ,. ;"' .:' "i,>% _I_'.\\Ie; .,' ..,- ..,.,"tir-..'..; '. t "> .f:.;. :'. \ :. :
fome planted. .that way.- .Vf ,. ; .. ". .<,..._..;_, \ :
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road ,
,and bridge maintenance, Admittedly poorer *' i ....:> -. and with lower incomes than our brethren on '':,!-w.v..' -- ,J.;:... _.-. ;. .., : oJ.t' -: c ".. :" ,. >" :
the Gold Coast, of small North and Two men connected with the j : '> : ; < .V. ?' :,: :.
our f
many ; .. ..
West Florida Counties have literally been saved U D., S.Lindsey Fish &of'Wildlife Washington Bureau, and J. : '-. ,,. .'. .': i....,. .er-.:,.-...<.' tLw'4'i< ,.iL' '. 11,7." .: .-; .. 'v.-.tJ'C". i7't. _" <.:,' _'. ,"> : ::... ._. ;.. _:; ; .i .' ,..,., .

from bankruptcy by the racing revenue thatis I: C. R. Madsen of Gainesville were J.j ,. .. ."..'. .. ... .. .'...,'-.".',"'.. .. '- ':".",. -IL:;,_."' _..1,7.'.....'.. -.-.. '.. .. .. .. .
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a fact whether the individual thinks legalized at the county agent's office this .. ( ,,... ,;f. '> : .": -' -' p'i ....-m".. .uJ1' "'}- .' ;;, ... c'.. '" .
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This may be as good a time as any to call public \ ( .' .!.. < >t. "' lITl. .. t ,'. '. _'. .'".T";1"-w"h: ''':.,;;.. "f.h./';: ":.f _, ;'. .
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attention to the fact that Constitutional Amend' 1'' T. : .. \ -: :. .' J: "":I't"' -''' rJ. : : ,"1. : ,';-. ''I '" -to .
a J, C. there for : : TrY i--; f : :
Sapp was a -: : }; .
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ment will be .the General Election ballot in i i : :. r.- :1 '.. i
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November to write the equal distribution formulainto -.- .' ...- J'J'- i.{rr..'.:, \:Tf';.. t'>. -. ; -, ..,. .. :" ;(,. -/i':," < ,' t
the State Constitution that -"' : .. ,. j. : -41L l.
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protected Hoggers. [. :
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Although such an amendment will have to be> WHE N ; !. -t. DERN' LI\ING?!: :
passed over the "dead bodies" of Dade and other( .>- .' : ::" ,. 1-J./; L. :" t
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small counties. of Florida should begin now lay- i : ,: : ...' J .: :'",:.", L'S T .

ing plans for a superhuman effort .in this 'di i-i YOU i! ;. ... DEADLINE APRIL 15 _: :'r

rection. Dade County dreamed up the equal division j ." ..-. -... .. .., I '. .. : ; .:'. ..
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SANE Makes SenseAmid ;. apply Natural' Gas *Seryicg* to your. home '..::,:'
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"sitdowns," boycotts, and other threats to' the, MONEY : .' > .<.. .t,
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mutual wellbeing of all concerned, we hail the> I : < "Y .,)

formation of a new Negro organization in Alabama l : i .. .. ; ._ "_Yestnvwwhile..,,. our serviceinjp r/1 fsfli.in Stor, "we will ,lJl i q.ll \: <(
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Texarkana Gazette says: "Appropriately, this fREE ._ .
new movement toward sanity is sponsored by: '''!'.. ;.' .

a group of Southern Negroes who can remember: : 'b .,,: :.p V. :r gwusing' t1 :.: :

when there was! harmony and good will between t4! P. < Gas pavill convert your equipment tows : ;;
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to win votes ana gain power. 'UP TO : :' : 9j e, the : 'c'"i: :;
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According to ;:
press reports, SANE, Inc. has .' ; ';
adopted and committed itself to. : Nli U1ol.Gas '. '
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not !trying"' to force' a : .; fit !fViF ene 'installed .; .. c : .: ;; '' ; : \
integration of schools and 1 FREE :' :

Other places but toward. promoting and bring.Ing $600 ,-t : I' t -. ,, ,.,..,.. "'-44,. .
about school t'f .. : _. : ..1 :.
equal facilities, parks, recrea.tional ; .- : 'n1't: ... '. .' .' :\A f .>
facilities, voting rights for apl: \. .
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plicants, and other public benefits. The letters: \. rij a. Hpllt" 'fo'u.ltlaf'lfq i I. i.a S m>>w, pr. dtajater: dofel.t lij : ; :fiff

SANE stands for "Sensible Approach of Negro 'r : ,

Efforts"' and the two basic objectives ar e"Folks:: Find. Use r- .ourmice_!: line in m "' ;wj U e h!. work crews._ are'; in your- neigh t','. Z
Peace { : :
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races" and "By a sensible the contin Friendly \ ') .L. __ f '
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h\Udd tae. TIM. ..* Eater* a.SAU1 1.Na1,MASTHCiO CUM oat' Mrs. : s FREE .

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Rot tmans View | Co. fence Command headquarters at Dopson each had two for three y
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Two Accidents
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Mr. Aller described direct distance Colorado Colo in matter [let Macclenny. I
Springs a .. I ,
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Phone ServiceOf dialing;, which will eventually of seconds. Through a speaker Loses .WinsburingWeeJC.' '. a.: .:......'." \r AU. ;nftt:: b \ /.On Road 700 ALvAREz'sTGIitstabhshed! 1894: I Iii it I .*:
The Future be used throughout the U. S., system, the Rotarians could t. Santa Fe-- romped-:=over=BHStfttstfflpip. I It -

i whereby the person placing, a long hear Mr, AHer interview the officer i home TTeId''luesQay, / .' .
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AI- distance call dials the number directly *o whom the call was placed. t a ear to the.t Over Weekend ..
AJ A glimpse into the future ol rather than going through, Interesting questions concerning) does the1 !tbAe ..
J, I I The BItS nine.broltlt evert..dun..": con'-I! Elect A Forward-Looking Young flan ..
electronic telephone service w !
en operator. the nation'
'a31 air defense mechanism ,,
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lAg the past weefc..t4&ng.. _clos_* ''' reed-
1 given at the Rotary.-Clu3 Wednesday I Mr. Aller climaxed his talk with, .were'ans'A'ered over the \ Li( 'k
-i ;;utciaon z-1 n0nf\$8 g&sj] ;j t$ : a 1-'tJfjWhe:
r by Walter Aller of Gaines,.!; a dramatic demonstration of distance -. speaker ,. :Friday, and rosing 1I';y, to'Santa but Santa Fe came(Rhodes of Ocala, a passenger in ; Rodney P. Hall II IIPA.

Ville. an engineer with the South,. ;: dialing, using this method f\)\( Mr. Aller was introduced 'By H.*t Kc Tuesday afternoon. ibact with and 8-run rally in the I mis cat, was more seriously hurt
era Bell Telephone & Telegrapl I to reach North America Air De- I A. Bishop Jr.. who had charge of In the Macclenny game, play.bottom-ft the second. .Bill :Jack- .
, Saturday night when Williams
((the program :ica I Here, Bradford -scored" 1if the !wu.. relieved by Marty Crosby FOR.< u
i''ijrst. inning when Tomm:( Clark jafiui giving! up three. .runs, four failed to ,make a jog-turn from i .
Best Quc Far Speed' 'Curb 'got by on an error, stole?second walks, and 'a hit. Garvln Combs the old. route of SR 100 Into the s School Board Member

lified-8y and third base and came- home IftU( a. bases loaded home run off new 100 near Crystal Lake.: The -
DISTRICT 4 COUNTY-AT-LARGE .
,,ou a throwing error by:the c&tch-'4Crdsby'to I raise the' score 81.
Sought For 301. young men were returning to HE WILL SERVE OUR
,.Starke. scored Inm'thcthird
I :Er: single runs Starke from a Jaycee District EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM ON AN
The Tornadoes made ft 2-0 and seventh. Tommy L_ Aj IMPARTIAL BASIS
'Congested Area' :the third when Marty: .ciOOiJy.,C lark',,pitched the last two innings Caucu3 at the Jerome Johns i Pol. ..
for Starke ,,, ?,lace civ Crystal. Lake. ( Adv)
I ;,;Starke hurler, walked and came : limiting Santa. Fe
,home Clark. Mac- ;to: one hit no'runs.. Trooper Maiildinaid
[Continued from Page One] on a triple by ; Stat<- : A. S.
mary roads. Irlenny: tallied in the sixth on a\ The Tornadoes will play hel e Williams was driving about

. ___ In other action'Monday the 'walk and two hits. Jerry' Dopsonjdiove Friday ,afternoon at 3:30.: with !50)!) mni! and travelled about 156 MRS. PHIL (Garnet) STUDER
X 4 in the run. ,Forrest High of Jacksonville .
I Commission i as
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.- ,Jut off the pavement before his:
; 4 Voted. to pay $50 toWard cquippiue I The Wildcats threatened in the *their..opponent; i.'"* *:r [ear.a. ls 56 Chevrolet!; nosed intoa : Has arranged to be at the Green Oaks Restau-
!\| a Clay County ,Civil Defehse breached,I r\emh when the ;first batter culvert, damaging the front::; rant on Friday and Saturday Nights to help 'J
.j! base. Bill Jackson replaced '
max. j' "crash truck" which would1be Crosby and fine defensive:Ij SPECIAL 'PRB-fcASTEB) i II"Ld of the car. Williams was : you( ,and your Party enjoy the fine Steaks,
used
v + in emergencies in the charged with failure to have
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Salads
work, by Catcher Johnny Devore MEETINGS PLANNEDAT and hospitality made so famous
i area and would be subject to i : under control, with summons -:
4 4 |calls from Bradford County; hiia Kenny Ten-en, first baseman,", PARK-OF-PALMS' ... .' *o appear in cpwt on 'Apt 1 at Phil's Restaurant.'I'

1 | Reviewed its budgetary expenditures ,choked''JUn. off' the big for a tying A special series of" :-pre-Easter 27 i SO BRING THE WHOLE FAMILY
to date and found $77.000 I Rhodes badly ;
meetings was cut about
will heli
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Strickland got the otherIStarke OUT AND ENJOY OUR DELICIOUS FOOD
I had already been expended by 1 r hit while Ken Mock and{](through Friday, April '11-15: atPartoIthePalms fee head, fare, and arms and re- .. ." ..
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the Road and Bridge Fund with !I : to mark the|chived possible) internal infuries.i 1 STEAKS $2.00 $2.50 $3.00
,:fY j six months left in the fiscal year|I new house being built by Lester close 9f the Bibte 'Conference|both men. wer hospitalized. j .

I l&r.d> only $30.000 to go on.. 'It I Crosby' whose home was ,recent- season ; ";. i 1 Eugene Harold Brown of Key- Other Dinners At'Reasonable Prices ,

I vas pointed out however, that '3 destroyed by fire. Later a similar f At '8 p.' m. each day:'there'wUl ,rinne roe rhareM with reckless .
jfeveral thousand additional dollars !- ,requr st by a property owner '''be even "that' iddiivin. after hi=, car turned over GREEK
a study of OAKS RESTAURANT
: might be available for use occur- twice RR 100
who )had not suffered loxi on about six miles
I a ;irtd! on' that .
if racing revenue tops last year's I : ,a tire' was denied. day of the last week i outh of Starke, Sunday after-
t figure, and when repayment of I: Natural gas pipe-in installation jcf the nfe of Clirisf, culminatingn ;noon.: The car left the highway 3 3Iies! South on IT. S. 301
f.mds is .li1 the. CrttfixiontiopFnday L. B. EARLE Owner Phone WO 4-5071
received from Florida i was authorized for'the health depaitment '- ;,and rolled,-ow twice for a dis- ,

I jDetelopmentCommission i jpnt of the work done on the for I house and county building jail., the court I,!itnese The)meetings.)public is i 15W.;'irrvited'to''attend.A_ ,:i. "* '' :I!'escaped(''nee of unnjured.about 360, Mauldin feet Brown said. Rated Excellent by FJa. Hotel and Restaurant Comm.

I Starke.rew warehouse'*' site south of I The request of Mrs. Constance t ",. ."t.'. J .Ir. I I. r.. -. .. .. --- -- ,.
Barnhill to "trade roads" withtne rim. "
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The board agreed "under the I county for access to her fish- :, wa.jr.yoa. il"FII I;. OJ..;... ..... l&li4 Ii&'
''.nrumstances" to supply t..o'ns camp on Santa Fe Lake was /ict'youriFonntahi:; J"favorite '" "1'ERbnOoK .
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loads of dirt for thesite of a denied . .
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._.Afi-tf JUSTICE MI** < OF THE SUPREME COURT .._ -.- (-Vote, for, .one) ....._...',_. .______....SBERf' -...- \. .. :'r.-; L. .'- : "!I c. :

-I Group No. 1 E. GREEN, I; t I iaP. .1' ('I:Viefur. tief) I In \1. BurroughsEN

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: J. L. LEE I" .1 .)44. LAWSON l : J c tIll r :

CHARLES J. BODNER I KE-Y'A1PINE
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# D. REDDISH I BLUE '
COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE --
r GLENN TERRELL \ ,

(Vote f for'oVe) _JENNINGSJUDGE TABLING J \ i ELECTRIC I 'l.

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; First Appellate District LORAN V. CARLTON ", n I _.. N .: -"" I ;;; ,,

(Vote for one) JIM GUASTEEly' .. -
DoYLE CONNER "f I'
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3..R..KELLY j. 7 :: MACHINE tj'j- ..
0. ROBERT BELL I I\V.R.uBUSTER"HANcOCk\ :. I I : I ,

";. COUNTY COMMISSIONERDistrict : ;u SEA MIST GREED -
DONALD K. CARROLL I I CHARLIE RACE t? I t .
No. I J Here'sthe l latest for the modern office


I CIRCUIT JUDGE CAREY REAMS r-I .. (Vole for one) ,. I I .:.thl light, compact, atl-electric

Eighth Judicial: Circuit STATE TREASURER HAROLD K. NORMAN -, \ I Burroughs Ten Key with new BalanceTouehLn'sfridnp

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CARL PREVATT.' I
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.I SEE THEM TODAY!

; THOMAS BROOKS JONES I I AL CAHILL _' _\I \ !S C 0 u1v1'.O M SsIoNE\t\ I f 'icwwcow
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ERNEST E. COLLINS 'I I 'DSlnct hQ '3 : '
GEORGE L. PA'f'fEN I ONLY $199 PLUS TAX
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\ J. EDWiN LARSON: _; ''I (Vote for one) ;.. \

f State WILLIAM o. MURRELL, JR; 1 .':SEEBER D. GOODMAN \ :. '. !I 6. "


;I GOVERNOR RAILROAD: AND PUBLIC' UTILITIES W. H. (BILL) GRAHAM Ii I : .i.i The Telegraph Takes Pride


: (Vote for one) COMMISSIONER : W:: H Gii.s- fi. I'r,' f I 1 in announcingthat .:

(Vote fir o&) Y C coU TY co1RbiISIO tln1 the
we franchised dealers/ for
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: HARVIE J. BELSER I r District No. 5

j famous Burroughs line of Adding Machines -- '
HARRYMARKUS'l !. (
FARRIS BRYANT ; it 4't ,i t<-, ('Oroefqej. .tr

BURNS'' 1 JIM BLANTON I manual 'or electric -- full keyboard or ten-key.

I' HAYDON. .,.. .. . n"C l tR Q t, R'.),

DOYLE E. CARLTON, JR; I i EDWIN LEE uED" MASON 1 lZEDRA HAMILTON It's the ,l 1tt t !


1 THOMAS E. (TED) DAVID I / LegislativeSTATE'lSEMTOR .'., oJ,.. .

BOARD OF-PUBUC.INW' =,ON :'" 'ONLY $ .
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DICKINSON .
I FRED O. (BUD) '
GEORGE ... DOWNS I L Fifteenth'SenatoHal District ,Dtstiict't'i11,),\;\ : -- -, ., plus tax : '
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SECRETARY OF STATE BOARD OFlidBuc tN8rituctION : Machines Unconditionally; ;; :"

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THOMAS s..FOurs I ; < irnaa.randt! .

-, GEORGE FoNZO PREY AT!" RODNEY T. A LL, COME IH..0'SEE W-TODAY1!' .:: ;t .
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post.The Baptist YouthTo Beginners Out This 4th day of April. I960. Is a true bearing of North S3 de- I j the point of beginning which dis-i tile Florida Board of Forestry
Voters Flock rallies concluded as usual, BOARD OF COUNTY COY flS- greta aud 9 minutes East) which I unit is measured on a cord 'of a | ttitliout cost. <>n February 6, 19. 5..
For SU'NBRS BRADFORD COUNTY lin) ?! is on centerline of paring of fur.-t whose radius is %2.764.79 for !.se as a. towersUe.
with a flurry of speeches for various Lead Trampoline ; I'-r H. A. Bishop alt! Road 290 as now constructed) The property line la the arc of tbe) t'LOntD.FOREST SERVICE
state candidates by local and Rally Chairman Of The Board Vt.. .'! point which is station 50-/-6J- curve nhkh is south east of the R. C. LETNES FISCAl. AGEXT

To RalliesContinued visiting supporters. A surprise The City; ,Recreation Depart-j," (SEAL', .Z't of State Rd. Department section cord measurement of 179.41. This i 1/7 2t 411OT1'I'
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point is the intersection parcel lies in the E : of the S. W. -
note was injected when Gene Here SaturdayThe useni announces ..that a new be-: CHARLES A. DARBY., of two lines whose delta is 'A ft the N. W. 14 of Section :36: :\ :

Crosby Brooker farmer made an I. lmers' Trampoline class wiU' I Clivti To Board U degrees and 21 minutes and 20coi.ds Tnwi'h.p; 7 South. Range 21 East '3 Milton Mosler will not be reFponsirle -
( from Page One] It 47 "" left. This point is 3,467.0'Noril nd cor.tains! 2.51 acres more or debts or bills
impassioned and vehement speech meet Tuesday afternoon at 3:10Li : East of the apparently ac- iCSS. V for any
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Jim Chast.en, local feed dealer, on behalf of W. R. [Buster] Hancock young people of Baptist the .Starke armory. Classes are I Pl'BLIC :.NOTICKTh fe by anyone
I <> Florida Foarci of Forestry, : 36. Township 7 South and ''ami I
asked of his for. in Cl.urches from Kingsley Lake to 'jpcn co; bojs and girls 8 was i-"n\eyed liy F'>*fer Shi is 502 S. Epperson St. Milton
support candidacy leading opponent the years a bfdy corporate under the laws Ran.;e 21 Eat on a true bearingof 'ia.th and Mary Anne Smith to 4l tif'
I Raiford and from Brooker to .
tax ollector, while incumbent J. Commissioner of Agriculture race j ,id a.d over. Friday and Saturday of the State of Florida, hereby _'\ 18'degrees and II minutes M..sier

Theressa will lead a Youth Rally givts public notice of its intention I F.at: This point has coordinates I -- ,. ,.. "" ," -. .
R. Kelly said he had served every I lef Biadford's "favorite son candi- classes will resume meetingat 10 deed ti> Foster Shi Smith under the _.. __ ___ i? h -- -- -1-- _______"_'.
e'.t the Madison Street Baptist and Lambert System of Xf'fll'als I ::#t ___ < --'If-- _,._ __ __ _,";'\ ::.-.::_ ;
one iIi the county well in thJ.ipaeity :tiate, Doyle Conner. their usual times this week. Jlaiy Anne Smith. husband and I 2,741,784.2. T equals 314.-
Church Saturday night Apri,! 9t I I wife the following parcel of land 4TI.:; .; thence proceed for a distance
and would to )
c continue L. H. Futch chairman of the
''I 1 starting at 8 o'clock. An invitation situated and being in Bradford I of 11.9S'' on a true bearing of
do so if re-elected. I Democratic Executive Committee, Information WantedOn C.unty. State of Florida to wit: Voith 11 degrees and 41 minutes! SHOP !

Others heard from were: Harold served. as master of ceremonies. is extended to all young people in Tool bat portion of the East Half! Vest to an iron pipe on the present I IDodt
the area to attend. Markings ttj) of the Southwest Quarter, westerly right of way line of ;
K. Norman, asking re-election as! I (S\\' )i of the Northwest Quarter State Road 200 for a point of beginnng SHOP
Sinclair Bryant of Raiford. Bap- (tNW ) of Section
District 1 Commissioner and hisopponent The ? Thirty-six (36), ; thence proceed a distanceo
Sheriffs office is SHOP !
Econ-0-Wash Unit tist!' .Associational Training Union I; seeking T\\,..-hlll Seven (7) South, Range 1ii ,U' on a true bearing of
and former commissionerCarl Director, said 'in the information concerning anyone II Twtaty-one (%1) East lying West North 68 degrees and three inintes -
announcing
Prevatt; Seeber D. Goodman I Has Here who has hand-stamped tools with (>f State Road Xumber Thirteeen : Vest to an iron pipe; thence
W. H. (Bill) Graham and W. Opening meeting:."Our youth are the hope s1i; ;. more particularly described roceed ona true bearing of North
I of tomorrow and the initials JRH. It is believed us follows: Begin at the Northeast zero degrees and 34 minutes Eastto
want to
Hogan Smith, all three candidates. we en- j, that these tools are stolen rormr of the Southwest Quarter the north line of the E H of
Econ-O-Wash 24-hour. property Car
new
for a .courage their ,spiritual develop- '! 4.'i4) of the Northwest Quarter the S. W. M of N. W. U of Section Buy Your New
Commissioner Dist. 3 R. H. .
; ,coin-operated self-service laundry -!ment so they will 4>e ready tp meet: J and were sold. If the rightful. (NU; 1'. ) of the said Section Thirty :6 ,""nl:hip 7 South Range 21
(Russell) Green and Zedra Hamilton owner 'will contact the Sheriff's si.v I t36), and run westerly along East which line is at a distance of *
seeking the Commission post I! begins operation this week at "the challenge." j; the orth line of the said Southwest t'o\imately l l 436.6'() at which dis- the First
office the tools
can be recovered j Stop
1311 West Madison St. I Terrell Green of Brooker will be I II Ii tj QuarterS1'. H of the North- tsne an iron pipe is set; thence on
in District 5; j The event Reddish I Men* Quarter (NW'.i d. distance ted
Deputy Dolph said. II a ro< easterly on the north line
W. E. Lawson and incumbent will be marked 'by a two-day i! master of ceremonies, and Harvey j I of ninety (9O) feet to the West elf the E 'of the S. W. li of X. -
j I Tanner of Starke will lead the 1I I II Ij \OTICK ""n1.rgOof! the right-of-way of \>" Vj of Section !6, Township 7, -
AV. C. (Billy) Powell, .candidates};:rand opening on Friday and I opening devotion and .' TO WHOM IT MAY CO\fKK\t I i ataif., toad Number Thirteen (13):: ouh. Range: 21 East for a dis-
for School Board Dist. 2; J. D. '.;Saturday Apr. 89. Free washI -j, prayer.Others Notice is gIn that pursuant: to r n point of beginning* Thencerun lance of :514.20': on a true bearing PRICE
"I assisting include: Charlene' Petition filed in a westerly direction along of Ncrth 59 degrees and 3min- GO' ANYWHERE FOR .A
ing and and free will a by Henry IX lxb1' -
drying gifts I '
Griffis and P. Hall both | | the Mid North
Rodney Hardy of Starke organist; Carol an-l Elizabeth V. C. Bixby his line of the said utes East to an iron pipe on the
seeking the School Board Dist. 4 II be offered to customers on each 'I wife owners of Lot :J7 Indian Leach j. Southwest Quarter ((8\\1. of the \\etl right of way line of State
1 1V of these days between 10'a. m. McDavid of Brooker, pianist; and Subdivision. according! to the plat I I Northwest Quarter (XWIi), a distant Road ZOO as presently constructed;
John Dodd Keystone Heights thereuf recorded in Plat Book S. I 'e of five hundred seventy(570) thence proceed for a distance of BUT'
and ? p. m. leader.A Fage 26, public records of Bradford feet, thence in a southerly direct- ;j.4l' on a true bearing of South
The new Econ-O-Wash will be I Cuunty, Florida. I lion along the West line of the East It degrees and 44 minutes West
special choir, made up of AND Hall (E%) of the said Southwest along the west right of way line of
unattended day and night. Customers J. Lindsay Wilkinson and EdwinaA. Quarter (SWV ) of the Northwest stale: Road 200 as now conMrueted \

can 'use as many of the youth from all participating I \tHHinson. his wife, owners of Quarter (NWU), a distance oft'J..n to a pipeset adjacent to the FOR A BETTER DEAL SEE
churches will sing, and Tommy Lot 38, Indian Beach Subdivision &\ hundred ninety and four- loir.t of tangency of a 2 degree
washers
laundry's agitator type
Haines of Starke and Mrs. Glenda for an order of this Commission tenths ((1190.4)) feet to the West n.-ve on centerline of State Road
&s they need to do an entirew'ek's tf vacate and abandon certain margin of the right-of-way of 290: (should it be found by a later
wash at once. The large Andrews of Brooker will be heardin t'tret't in Indian Beach Subdivision a I Slate Road Number Thirteen (13), more accurate survey that the distances -
special numbers. desi-nbed as! follows thence Northeasterly along the of 436.0 and 347.41' are
commercial type dryer will hold A strip of land 50: feet In width "tttbt margin of the right-of-way: not the correct distances to extendto
Featured speaker will be Rev. rf thr said State Road Number the north line of the E H of Billy DowlingI
"jy to four washer loads of cloth- lying between lots 31 and 3$, which I
Jack Eppes. executive secretary of! strip of land is designated on a- Tnlrteen (13), thirteen hundred S. W. U of N. W.l.o 4 of Section 36.
es. Econ-O-Wash officials say frreaafd plat of Indian Peach thirty (1330): feet to the point of i'ouiibhiu T South, Range 21 East
United Christian as
that experience has shown that Action, an organization "Street 279"'. and which strip of bi-golmlIg.! then me call of the north' line E H
that represents more than and runs from Alt of the above described land of S.V.. U of X- U"- % is to take
Indian Drive,
week's wash be sv-
an average can lying in Section Thirty-six of
(36) The right
2,700 churches -"Uied. to the waters of Lake Santa precedence. present
done in less than one hour. of the Evangelical I Ti-wnsnip Seven (7) South, Range way line of State Road 200 on the The Street From Setzer's
faith. Their Fe.W. Twenty-one (21) East and est the I
Econ-O-Wash laundries have purpose is "seeking have *et for 10:00 O'clock A. cont&id.ng \\ Hide U 100' distant from
M.. '" I nine and two-tenths ((9.2)arres. ) centerline of present pavement; 1 'S
solutions on od
of problems related to the ,day tiC May, A. D'I 1I
reen installed in 200 .
over communities 1:160 1 in the I more or less thn<-e proceed a distance of 179.41 I
Courtroom of the '
in the U. S. during the alcohol ling and!.;and indecent other narcotics, gamb- 'nurihouse! at Starke,. Florida a parcel except: the following described! ('n a true and bearing seven minutes of South West 21 degrees to-: <_.. .=.. -, _- _. -: -- -_ _- _'- ==-:' :,........-.--.:------:: :=::::"l'

II I- ast year and a half. literature with public hearing to consider whether Start at a concrete monument
special concern for. the protection ur. not said street'bhould be a- with a disk in the top of same Foil :t& T-1 furntthed' and 1 un.

I (;1'lour youth from these morally .tanuoned..All. persons. firms or corporations V one fcciibfd of a l'series H 41 which of monuments monument of is Sell It Rent it Trade If IfWITH N.furnished Temple apartment.Phone WO Rear 9-2891.of tfchg 321

V V corrosive forces." Mr. Eppes has having any objections to the aband- ()<'Iori a' Geodetic Survey Alachua
received (mmtPt of said road will be presentat I:'. U. Van Leer 1334). :The plane
special training in the
said meeting and will"be PE1"TO'FLORIST
Health Facts : givenan
Institute of Scientific opportunity to be coordinates of this: monument under lilt R. THOMPSON ST.
Studies for heard. the U. S. Coast and Geodetic % A TELEGRAPH CLASSMEFMTMORUtg PRONE WO 4-4153:
the prevention of alcoholism. !Surety Lambert System are X UIVriNCTlVK rttiU'EHS

Adults are invited to share equals<< 2,739.456.51: Y equals 311- Jl> r. WIRE.FLOWER"S''UERE
Unhelpng this \ C.
mal T. <} 1"8.05; thence proceed 207.0 on a
to Dr. L. F. Potter New York AND RE80UTTiO\ < (>.!. trtt20WOHDS wow tfchj
--- -V
azimuth of 273 fifty
program with the young people it-id degrees
Your plumbing strongWe'r. specialist in orthopedics states bIT IS NOT THE LAST eight minutes and forty five seconds
and members of all denominations DKLNK LESS. One In.ertlo (Mlnlnnni Charge! __ ___ .n
; OR ]|(>-keeping apartments for rent.
.honest as "After practicing medicine for 15 THAT which is a true bearing of!
MAKES
are encouraged to attend. A DRUNKARD, Souih: 84 degrees and fifty one Very reasonable. Lights and water

Th.dayhkng.Vhat years and spinal orthopedics for BUT THE FIRST." minutes East) to a point; thence EACH ADDITIONAL WORD OVER 30 ----- ___.___ .;e Per Were furnished. 321 W. Madison St. orPjllington's
10 I astonished at the r protred distance of 3,883.89' Studio. tfchg
daily a on
am
(White Ribbon News) 20% DISCOUNT OV REPEAT INSERTIONS! MKJ! Au
a grid' azimuth of 211 degrees and -
makes you think of superior benefits of Chiropractic as a core BarbershopChorus 1>S nl. lutes and 27 seconds (which :Ie ADDITIONAL FOR BLIND ADS OR ADS &OT PAID I* ADVANCE FOR SALE

plumbing service sensibly priced for disease." New and used Building Supplies.

T We do of For Countless thousands of satisfied Due Here Drive" way pipe. 15' lengths $1.25
course. years Re-Elect WE'HAVE a new loan program for FOR KENT-3 room upstairs furnished
per "tOt. See Billy Jackson Jack.
this Chiropractic patients also remind farmers. Loan. of 1 to 5 year apartment. Private bath and
has '
community depended onus us that Chiropractic restores HAROLD K. NORMANFOR for the entire credit require. entrance. Adults only. 401 S. Water son Eiiilding Supplies. tfchg
to meet all emergencies. Call April 75th ments of the farmer and his family. St. Phone WO 4-3782. tfchg
and maintains health after every- Gainesville deduction" Credit EXPERIENCED BABYSITTER
us anytime of day or night. Association 120 North Main UE.RHODES MIlSRItr HOME
thing else had failed. V A ,
; Barbershop Singers' Concert Cart for children in my home dur-
Gainesville, Fla. tfch Good Care for child. Fair
your
To save time and suffering see will be presented !'rg the day. $1.00 per day. Your
by .the Jackson-
V Rates. Licensed. Phone WO 4.3031.
Commissioner home at night( SOc hour. Mrs. II. E.
iw-J i-u-i 'u your Chiopractor first. vile Chapter of SPEBQSA at 8 County RADIOS REPAIRED 1126 N. Thompson St. tfchg. 3.LiLee.; Phone WO 4-0063. 4tchg 417

p. m. .Friday, Apr 15, In the new AU Makes AUCharge Modeia!
| Consult the school V FROM DISTRICT ONE t..obl. Egaraatee. FOR SALE tVAXTED : MEV. OR WO-
high auditorium. FUll title VV" ( !jU PHERD"$ RADIO A TV" Ready mix concrete concrete block, MK\, TO OPERATK FELL OR
of the organization Is The Society LAWTEY) laman Green. Ower rones, fence posts, sand cement IMHT-TIMK WATKINS ROUTE
Bollinger Chiropractic for 412 E. Call St. P"oae0 4-8901 Motar mix, rock steel, oyster shell. IV THIS ARRA. EARN ':>0.00 TO
WtCK Sm/C TANK MKVtCE- the Preservation and Encouragement "TilE PEOPLE'S WELFAREAT Starke. Fla. Li-nerock and Root Gravel. Phone lfHMI.00 WEEKLY: DEPENDING

Clinicson of Barbershop Quartet WOi-2521, Bradford Engineering OX TIME DEVOTED TO BCSI.KHH. -

Singing in America. HEART" COLONIAL FLORIST f<.. tfchg \ WRITE WATKINS 8.D
I N. Walnut St. in Starke and Only F. T. D. Florist in Starke. WEST PEACUTREB ST.. N. E.
The .program is being sponsor- s-fl S Sn fla's.t sSss Flowers wired any place. Flowers ,\ATLANTA. GA. 4t vhgt (T
E. University A\e. in G inesville.I .led by the faculty of the Starke rss-rr S tSflSSfl S flSStn StSpHONEST I for all occasions locally. Phone Complete T-ee Service

I Elementary 'School with 'proceeds SINCERE COURTEOUS I WO 4-6291. 80S East Nona St tfchg KIN SI.EV L\KK Farad nod.

I going for; the: benefit of: tlie '(Pd.> PoL-Adv.) De-MdS3- bone designed for nnramer lifiaa.
= -- FOR RENT-Furnished' apart- Pruning Bracing tit tin but nlth pared fralks. car.lork.
schools} intarcommunication ments. Reasonable rates. Near log -:- Cavity Work Tree Removal ot < Prire reanoaatle. A. J.
Thunian, Rr..lt..
system chopping center. Phone WO 92011or r. SOS N. Temple
WO 4-0771 evening or call at 213S. Transplanting Au, Stark*, Fin., Tel. WO 4-5T'U

FOR In addition to the Barbeshop RADIO I DISPATCHEDSE I Cherry St.V (Shell Oil Co. Office) Sapp's Tree SurgeonsPETE

Chorus numbers w$$ be presented tfchg SAPP Owner

by the Hi Jacks and The Flor- HO 51 US: STAHKE!
I. STARKE PhONE AVO 4-3965
ida RV1CEp
Keys speciality groups from
\
HASTINGS MATTRESS 1 Kite bed room house siltS
STATE REPRESENTATIVE I J Jacksonville and the newly organized ,. Florida: Room. Dicing Room living

: Starke Barbershop Chor- & UPHOLSTERY WORKS room &; kllrhra ir perfect condition.
2 Prartkally sew 3 bed room!
us.Those 710 Lemon St. PaUtka home with eler. range rlre. rcfri-
who have heard the Ts lE"I'rll'or..lar..e lot. Down paymeat
Furniture Repaired, Upholstered 111,000.110.
Jacksonville
group say a real
.t Perfect hew, nlth Florida
ELECT treat Is in store for lovers of & Refinished Room completely furnished lots

..f ..ltrubhnt ,-.
close harmony and favorite tuns .
MATTRESSES REBUILTNew
Another perfect home with 3
cf the past. Admission is $1. I I h.droom..arport.. Down payment
i SALES Innersprings I KI.7INI.00, moat air parmeata amen
I.-.. than reSt.I .
Harper ResignsLouis I and Box Springs l :3 And another perfect 3 bed

r.Mim h"nif with breezeway, ear-
I u5M SERVICE Drop Us a Card or Call V
'Vc port, ntllltr room. For reat or
G. Harper submitted his PALATK\ 5-9166 ..
,
flY resignation as a. member of thei3tarke' _til of tar above are.. pated
V STARKE WO 4-5834 *t-etu with City ntllitle If you
Police i j
Force, effective ViCTOR JtE: are really lu tar market for a borneI
For Tree Call Our
Expert Surgery
I April 4. No reason was made public ll4> MRS. PEGGY SHALLER, Starke,I Ireat ,I V Intlte you to nee one .r all ofIbrxr
Agent .
sreploaal Batffala
for the I
.. resign t1on. Chief STEREO.A RADIO [ WOodland SERVICE ON 224 N. Temple Phone \VO 4-3965
Riley Sweat said that Harper .\. i. Tboutan, Realtor
had not yet been replaced. SALES: & REPAIRS 4-6901 .ALL MAKES 203: : >. Tempi .hr. Tel WO 4- fot
--------- }'111t SALE 12 ft. Penn-Yan 1
------------ EVER TOO LATE TO JOIN
I IMrll.
boat with windshield and wheeL
EVENING CLASSES for adults. All
,, S All Star Bowlers SHEPHERD RADIO subjects. Credit if wanted. Write Robbie Sheller, W04-S9J4. I"" OR SALE 11 cubic ft capacity
} tfchg
& TV Director Box JI90r Starke. or call : lift Point upright freezer. ExcelVnt -
Place FifthThe WO i-3071 or visit Adult Education
-; condition $175 cash. Mrs. E.
SALE mi.
FOR 40 acre farm 7
< ", T... INMAN D. GREEN OWNER__ ,-- _? 412 E. CALL STARKE Office. USO Bldg.. for additional west of Starke off State Rd. 16 I I E. Thornton, LE 3-2251 Ztchg 47|
t information. tfchg _
Starke All Stars on ltd. 229-A. A. C. Davis. 3115 N. V
bowling TAILOR W. $!h St. Gainesville Kla. Phone FOR RENT 4 room furnished
I team won fifth place in the second I 'ree labor.MADE Mrs. Peggy DRAPERIES Shaller, 209I PrankHn i-iinno lip 4/7 apartment. Electric kitchen air

annual Gainesville bowling ,'. Adklns St. WO 4-5934: conditioner. Adults. Resent Rd.
phone tfchg
Call: B. E. (Gene) Edwards for 1'.1% 1411. Phone WO 9-IS45. tfcbg
:eumament Saturday SECURITY GUARANTY tfchg '
night 'jou- carpenter work. Free estimates.
learn members Jack Miller \ I atllfactJonguaranteed.. FOR SALE 1937: Ford V-8 4
Glenn Wade COMPANY: Income Tax ServiceMON. Phone WO 4-7S61 :3tp 4/14 door hardtop. Very clean. one own-
Buddy Bishop -r.' Will trade H. G. Bellinger. 4ZS
Clyde Terwillegar, and Lewis Incorporated \ FOR SALE Equity in 1939: 14 ft. Walnut St. Phone WO 4-2881. Up

_______ t Harper had a total pin fall of : THRO FRI. 7 P.M. Lout I9it! 3 Star hp fiberglass electric Kvinrude.Monteria motor.boat..l-i.FOR RENT 3 bedroom unfurnished -
20S8. Harper scored 222 201, and OFFERS'3Y2 Saturday After 1 P.M. with trailer, ski and top. Total houj-e. Space and water heat

15 for a total of 694 C. E. HUTCHESON price >i95; including interest. Bob er. Mrs. Bertha Pearce 32S West
including V
V
LwpE0 4-324S 2tchg
South St.
!!
his handicap of 78.NOTICE. 521 Pratt Street

13teltc 4H FOR SALE 18 ft. chest type WILL SELL! to responsible
A. J. 'Thomas Jr. Deep Freeze 14 mos. old. Original party on easy terms three rooms
TO WHOM IT MAY CO\CEH.M % price $649 now S:301 condition. and bath hopse. Excellent condition
Notice is given that pursuant ta ARE YOU GOING TO Phone WO 4-5191. 1115 Pratt St.Ucbg. on barge lot. Partly furnished. W

a I'etition filed by Hal A. Maison _ --_ _ _ H. Nollman. 510 N. Cherry St. ItchgSl.V'JEH
and Edna S. Maison. his wife. NEED .
owners of Lot 31, Indian Beach IJ.\WS FILE 8SW1VG MACHINE -
The Candidate Subdivision according to pUt assistance in the Old Saws reconditioned. Pick up vr"lntt'TI will *.* in p'r thereof ANNUM preparation and delivered. Phone WO 4-1441
For
recorded in Plat Book 2, cJlondavs and Fridays. service
Pare %6, public records of Brad of your 1959 Income ('ahlnjobne. tfchg on any make ma"nme write
ford County, Florida.. fir call Klirer Sewing Machine Co.
Of Proven AbilityA. AND Tax Return? FULL OE PART TIME 40! N, Station $t. pr Phone *80.

Wilbur Neal and Rose W. Neal. INVESTMENTCERTIFICA Several territories open for women -, ',stir.. ("ItY. Fla. TCcharWA
his wife owners of Lot 22. Indian SEE 'I
Keaec Subdivision according: to who are interested in bav TEn -' 1.114. or couple to liven

plat therof recorded in Plat Book' NEIL TUCKER ins a rood steady income. Experience ; my home. Private rooms. See
%. Page %&. public records of Bradford 1iI".114! R.Hf. Pt. 2 Box 7%, 4
J. Thomas has already served in many: County, for an order of this Public Bookkeeper unnecessary, AVON sells ""t 11.! o"t of fUll rke on Raiford Pd. V

cunimiksion to vacate and abandona TES itself. Write; Ooida C. SweatP. p".". wn.1 4tn 4'2<

capacities that prove his ability to meet the Subdivision certain street described in Indian as follows Beach: 120 S. Court, Stake O. Box 540 Live Oak Fb. FfRNISHRn %RTMENT for

public serve the public and get things A strip of land 50 feet in width Ph. WO 4.9854, WO 4.2545 ri"it. at J JJ* S Wat.... 4 rooms &
lying between said 21 I FOIi SILE !%ew 3 BU-:3: Bath ith. Apply 20$ S.
lots and %:.
done. We will benefit by this past experience which strip of land is designated This is not a formal .offering' which is made only by h*..r, Trrruo fl.or',. B,..tU.l Kit Water.Stehe" 4'H

if you honor him with election to the en Plach the'aforesaid as "Street 13 plat%"\ of and Indian which prospectus furnished on request. May .I have the information 2 FOR bedroom RENT furnished-beautifully apartment.decorated All rhe'.m. Large Cabinet lot IR pprex.Dart:3:Hut Wt P'7r.-east Chicken fertilizer and lime rpread
V S Vt
H pltal .a ftnrlMt *t.A .n voor fijrm. Also hous trailerfor
etnr of land runs from Indian offered? tile bath and kitchen modern in
House of Representatives, and will draw on Drive, so-called, to the. waters of etery respect. See Uri. Renner.. (32 per fall rent L. K.or (Whitehead"o. -.atlo..1 110 Ptm.8-mrlf.2282 4-Un..-.nt. J. B. White phone 2tp WO-4/17

S this background of service to help get Like We Santa bare set Fe.for 10:09 O'clock A. NAME.7____________?_! -_______ _______ __ JJcMahon St. or call WO f7 U.Itchg Waldo Fla. :rr.'C 414 ,

M, en the 2nd day of May A. D. FOR TTVT Furnished cottage

things done for his people and his 1560 in the Courtroom of the ADDRESS________. __--.,JL__,___________ FOR RENT OR SALE I bedroom MAN OR WOMAN to take over near PH8Deslrned for bacheloror
county. Courthouse at Starke. Florida. a L unfurnished house at 284 N. Dealership In Starke. Products es tingle iadr. Very attractive and
pubhe hearing: to consider whether CITY- St. Rent reasonable. Floyd Cherry Green tablished. -Weekly profits of $50.00or ) nl.nt See 'Mra. Renner. 23McMshone
__
or not said street should be aband ------- ---- ---- ---- --------------- phone wo t-tttt. tfchg. moreat start possible. No car St bODt0 4-5744.
i
oned. cr other investment neeessary. Will V tfchg

G Taxpayer Veteran O Lawyer AU persons firms or corporations a nirn't'V LJeJ4 __________--.-,.---_______-___-.____ FOR RE.'T-Two bedroom lake help you get started. Write C. R.
having any objections to the abandonment I Ruble, Dept. A-I. Watkins Products,
DRESS MAKING. slip cover.
Offer Limited To Residents Of Florida Oaly. front home on Kingsley Lake. CcmVleteiy
-
-.. of said road will be ., lit'... Memphis 2. Tenn. lIp drapes and general alterations.
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Husband and Father present at said meeting; and will famished. Available to i Hoars I a. m. to 4 p. m. Mrs. Anita
*. be> given an opportunity to be SECURITY GUARANTY COMPANY Jane 1, Call Carl Johns. WO 4-4201. FOR RENT Furnished garage M''refr ()J1 361 next door to B. T
heard. apartment. Living room kitchen ""' ''...... ifpber YarttUp f/8
This 4th day of April 1SCO. FOR RENT Sleeping room bower -!
HE EARNESTLY SOLICITS YOUR BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Incorporated private entrance and bath. $36 Varom and bath. Adults only. Mrs.

BRADFORD COUNTTBY. 215 W Ashley Street Jacksonville Florida per mo. bilL V. Johnson WO 4-5(85 J. M. Mitchell 105 West MadisonSL noose FOR .RENT Mrs. E.-3.Small Bowling furnished, 57) W.

"VOTE AND SUPPORT H. A. Bishop Jr. Phone EL 4-7858 EL4-7859 Up up .
: Chairman of the Foard V Call St. Phone WO 4-4621 Itchff

V I'A'nINO and Paper Hanging. FOR RENT -To Adults first floor
;' : ;YOU MAY START YOUR INVESTMENT Raleigh like, Phone Keystone 3SI1 3 room and bath apartment. Close Foil RE.'Troom: funlshed

...4'. .1 (Pd. PoL Ad.) V CIIAULES A. DARB.Y.. cr RFD I fro* 471. Keystone III clean de ira.t.le. 510 N Cherry house and.$; room unfurnished
4 S Board '*"*' WITH $35 UP TO $25,000 Height! 4tp flZ8 St. tfchg
Clerk' To .i'll ..L_ V V 1 1I touee.Apply_ 308. S, Water St. tfchgPAGE
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STARKE. FLORIDA. THURSDAY APRIL 7. I960 ,'>.
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have ,started, ::IOU of Clinton. Mass., I .. #v.vrtnvrv.v.vv. gl'cssin'er; )' well *

I .,, .,. Ajwil: 11-15; Rev. Breyfogle will i tekend guests of Mrs. j !I Ser ices at the Padgett churcu
KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS I '4. } be holding Mission: Services on =sister, Mrs. Margaret E. HILL ;were cancelled last Sunday beCause *-
I hard out
flit Northern Gulf Coast from 1Ciestview ler uncle Mr. James B. the jams, washed,
Mrs. J. I SiruUlaad' I II the road. When! the rains stop
: to Elgin Field Mrs. <)tf the White Feather i ii *
By Mary K. !'rllal'tft"' 7. Breyfogle >. I and the roads are repaired, ser>
and the children will J i: ckaifi and Mrs. Hall have :

gT make the trip with him. He will .it the Court since i j .TYyYY.y..v."i i vices will be resumed.:

PTA Ladles Will \1 tat the Happy Hour Play School. r .um' to hold Baptism Services Mrs. Norman Keyes of i! were unable to write any I These were 61 present at Sunday ;

1" .&)' Basketball 'I There were ::7: guests, and they :ilass. visited several days week because of illness. | School and the Adult Women

Tomorrow evening ladies of (brought Ricky many lovely pre jk Y Y' Sat-day i*tek with her parents; re, this column will con- Men the banner. j

the Keystone: Heights Parent ''sents. Mr Adams, the School !? First Baptist Church :1IS. W. B.' Dawson, of !' l week's news also. Winded Wilkinson will preach

Teachers Association will play :\l 'a..rm and her assistant, Mrs. e, On Palm Sunday morning, the 1 Lake. I I England is much impro-, at the Highland church next

members of the Melrose P. T. A. !3toone)ham. helped Mrs. Warren 11 o'clock servce will feature : Harold. Snellen: Sr. is beiing ill for quite a- Sunday evening, April 10. HewiIZ i

in a basketball game at 7:30: p. iiteitain: for her son. There were Mrs. M. G. Eckford, soloist, of i?'ain flora the Oteen : : i a'-o! be the song leader ,since Mr?

:ai. in the City Park. In case of I idelicio'is refreshments, and i ih a Jacksonville. ]tiospital-in: North Carolina. i Bill Lang's family have :Norman and some of the singersam

Jiila. the game will be postponed .ege birthday cake beautifully At the 8 o'clock service on Mr. and Mrs. Joe Daurer ;1 with the flu but be visiting the Clay HU!

Tickets ale now on sale. Proceeds !'c iicorated i; also little individual t 4 ,1 Yt t+. Palm Sunday evening, the Adult i weekending in Dunnellon ; on the road to recovery. ;church '" :

will; go toward: the Athletic Program '';iKes for each child to take 1 rs s r. 9W Choir of the Church will renderthe .Joe put on a,variety show ;I his boss not only had a'': The revival will start at the'

for Keystone Heights home.HillInlay.. '' .. :Y4 tK J Sacred; Cantata, "The Cruelfixion 1 Oann::lloi\ High School i :!; case of flu, but also had Highland church on Wednesday"!

Schoo This should be quite en- Dinner ." and will follow this with I tciium:t for an Eastern Star (1 and measles at the April :20.:! Cottage prayer meeting

teitaiiung. Although some of the I On'Saturday evening April 2. ':r r Handfl's "Hallelujah Chorus" i fit: entertainment. I:' time. Bill was formerly a will b? held for one week prior:

Keystone gals were a little rusty three local couples went to Jack- from 'The Messiah." Everyoneis Col. Sam Fisher and and now lives in Tar.-
*;lien they first stalled to practice I.sjnvllL'; to enjoy dinner at the Observe Golden WeddingMr. cordially invited to both" ser1 1 Frank[" llgen were guests of j: I --THE -j--RIGHT POINT foe _.,.e-t

they have honed out \the I Green Turtle, the occasion beins vices.f ,,1]IcKay 'at a meeting of Frigo of Jacksonville \,nIt'. Come In and seysect
nay you
kinks now, and should be able tome i the birthdays of three of the and MIT. Harry Clemmans t;uversary on March 30. Thy On Tuesday morning, April 12, i:itty of Residential : visitor of the Floyd i favorite ESTFJtbKOOK

the Melrase team a run for igioup: Mrs. Bill Few, whoset'.rihday of Park-of-the-Palms. Keystone I wore married in 1910 in the ,the WMS will hold its regular Jacksonville last week. I', family. Fountain your PML 'rr.U.( R\I'H. *

their money. was April 1; Mrs. John'. Heights, and Gloversville, N. Y.;;,biide's home in Gloversville. !':monthly meeting in the church I] Ken Platt of Wilmington the political rally at the I I I .

Sunday Afternoon ColliMon :tuffin:. whose birthday was April celebrated their 60th wedding an-' auditorium at' 10 o'clock. i \rs in Keystone Heights !: house, Mr. H. C. Long and I Unwanted Hair

About 4:30: on Sunday afternoon 'J J; and Joe Pa\\hkowski.! whose! Wednesday evening, t another \jusiness trip last week. Ken : Fisher called on'us..
a 1958 Ford driven by A. (birthday was April 4. The Pawli-, don Daily Sketch dated Feb. 18,I jins results: Deborah Brault discourse on the Book of Timothy i'ormer Keystoner, having I England cut his foot on Removed ]
1360. ith item from Keystone(Chairman ;
\ an ; Becky Hayes, Secretary -
S. 1955 Ford Pick- the gill be at several : of glass while helping I
Loath and a i owslti's! the Ruffini's and given the regular!ere years ago ;
Heights! some relative of Mrs.I : and Catherine Law, Treasuier. -'' I
up driven by Huntley Redfearn.:Few's plan to celebrate again in, |: "prayer service i pIe and two children. the church at Clay Hill MEDICALLY
Bill Lee had sent itto her from As part of their Fly-up re-
Jr.. conided at the corner of Palmetto July, for by a strange coincidence! You P.irk Of The PalmaThe Glad to hear that Mrs. The cut required APPROVEDMETHODS -. ,
1 England.. The story guessed qjirements. two of the Brownies,
Ave. and Oriole Street, d'. Few, Mr. .Ruffini, .and Mrs Latin, American. Missions ,ft.lt! mar. is responding stitches but is healing
j.L : !t, The story of Mrs, Dorothy !Ain Triest and Catherine Law,
near the city park. No one wasmiously I Pawlikowski all have a birthday f 'I Were featured last week at the 1Parkofthe'Palms I Lo treatment hi Bradford .
F>c.ermin's: longflost husband in set the tables and heped to serve I
hurt although Huntley I that month. I ; Bible 'Grounds. ]Hospitr.1: where she on the buildings con Edmund
Korea. &t the St. William's Catholic I
suffered an injured shoulder. Dr. I Small World Department Show Speakel'S'"'",ere Rev. Herman ]March: [ 26. She may be with the churches at
Fashion Lovely Club For DWYERELECTROLOGIST
supper Monday evening.
Christoffers administered first i News from Keystone Heights:, i Braulnm, Pastor of the Hawthorne i weekend.. : and Clay Hill is pro-
I Tuesday evening March 29, a I a special treat, the troop had'
aid. j can be found in the Times-Union, Gospel 'church in Hawth- Friends of Mrs. John j .. '
fashion show' was held at the made attractive Easter favors of
Ricky Warren Ha Party I the Jacksonville Journal, the! I lortie. N. J:, and David M. Howard: i r:aret to learn of the : i Churchmen. Tel. FR 2.8039 .
Keystone Heights: Woman's Club. marshmallow rabbits with pink
On Wednesday, March 30. Gainesville! Sun and the Bradford ',,d.rector of the L A. M. Seminary ]lier brother Michael Days lo a. m., Holy For Appointment .
j.A-'l: castumes modeled, were made noses and whiskers.
Ricky Warren son of Mr. and County Telegr 'ph. But we'by the models themselves: except -d'arty i' At Bunce Home i I of Cartagena. Columbia S. A. ';attorney in Jamaica. He 107V.. I'nherxltjf.. Suit 204 :
Mis. J. W. Warren celebratedhis were a little surprised the other! 1'I Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ficktel ]tLled i ; in an automobile Rev. Millard H. Breyfogle,
for the,children. Some of the On Saturday evening, April 2, I GAINESVILLE, FLA.
sixth birthday with a party day to see an issue of the Lon- !; I[from Pittsburgh, Pa. were over1 1 1 Ihere.
ladies modeled several dresses Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Bunce entertained '
.
I I n,ght guests of Mr and Mrs. Sam: We were sorry to hear
they had made Mrs. William at their Santa Fe Lake I J .
I Gardner: and family, Monday ; d of Mrs. Sarah Lou
t(I 'ath.
Dawson chairman explained to home with a dance for some of
: :
SERVICES
i night. The Ficktel's who were eni 1:Inms,mother of Ml' Don LENTEN
;the audience that this was a re- their friends. A wonderful time : f
STAYING loute to Miami are Mrs. Card- ;:leford. Mrs. Williams
1 f-.eaisat for next year, when the was ,had by all despite the wea :
nu's aunt and uncle. I Grifin, Ga. on March 28. ST. ANNE'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Keystone club will take part in ther. All non-essential furniturewas .
Mrs. Mary McGlave and her)Mis. Shackleford is her .
I
[the Federation Fashion Show. removed from the play room ,
[daughter Mrs.- Frances Calhoun. \l\or. 7:30 P.M. :
Wednesday Evenings
POWER 1 ills was to,determine the degree > to make ample room for dancing. I. .
have been visit-
Calif.
!Jof Fereno, ,
o4 interest. With all these fine Guests included Mr. and Mrs. J,. .
f Jug Mrs. Glave's son and family J FIRST BAPTIST
seamstresses. Keystone should O. Muirhee, Jr., Mr. and 'Mrs-- I GUEST PREACHER :
fMr, and Mrs. Charlie McOla'ealid ; KEYSTONE
gin' some recognition next Spring. Bill Scales; Mr. and Mrs. T.' D.
children. Prior to coming to J. R. Smith, pastor, I .
modeled The Rev. Robert G. OliverSt.
Ladies who made and Whidden, Mr. and Mrs. George
;i Keystone, they had spent two Minister of I
Copeland,
their own costumes were Mrs. Massa, Mr. and Mrs. Richard
b reeks in Philadelphia. Mrs. Cal- Andrew's Interlachen and Holy :
J times Cook Mrs. Ray Starnes Murrhce. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie' church organist. I ,
M1'+. William Dawson.Mrs. Ros- McGlave, and Mr. McGlave's sis coon has already returned to her" Services; Sunday School : :
,home,but her mother will remain Morning Worship, 11 \ Communion. Hawthorne
a. m.
alee P'per, Mrs. Barry Weyman,1,: ter, Mrs. Frances Calhoun from
iin! Keystone until summer. framing Union. 7 p. m. I
Bill
Mrs.
McDonald Calif.
Mis.Sara Fresno
f I Few. Mrs. J. R. Smith, Miss Glo- Dardeu Baby I i Mrs. Kyle McMurtry, Mrs. iervices 8 p. m. I The Public Is Cordially Invited
lGeorg Schaeffer, and Mrs. Sehafcr'a "Make church worship a
iu Smith, and Mrs. Margaret Mr. and Mrs. Carl -Darden of
McCul- ...
Miss Anna
I aunt affair. .rrr.r.rPer
Holloway. Children whose mothers -I Keystone Club Estates are the
!lough and Martha Jane Schaef-
made their outfits were SuZanne proud parents of a nine-pound' I tfer. in, Palatka last Tuesday Sx...,4Y'1\E'6 ,EP.J "'-
,were
'. .""h_ and, Margaret. LeMee. Da*<'f on,,'born* Saturday, April 2, in Mrs. Schaeffer CBCRCBKEY
\" ..,,#i, '''' i '': Smith.! :tHemoon where
,'''' ''''''- "IQ Few and Rubylane Bradford County Hospital ,-tva I00-Lb- Cylinder
b1truct1ons.
received her first bowling Sundays 9:30: a. m., GAS
Additional entertainment was i ilurnisned clays too late to be included in .
School. 9:30: a.m.. Morning
I by,Mrs. Robert Hendryj the 1960 'Census.Woman.1i March NO INSTALLATION CHARGENO
I On Thursday afternoon. and Sermon ((1st Sunday
several vocal selections Club To :Meet
That's whit it takes to be a succe..rulsav.r. i who pi psented I 31. Mrs. Edward Bleha and Miss Communion). 6 p.m.,
,
L. Woman's REGULATOR
FOR
accompanied by Mrs.' J. The Keystone Heights Aun'a McCullough were entertained Young Churchmen. CHARGE ,

too. Start saving at our bank. Then keep it Hetherington. Mrs. Alex Brokas .Club :-jtill meet Tuesday. April month-12. : at tea by Misses Mabel and Holy Days 7:30 am 17'.w. Delivered Anywhere Within 10 Miles
furnished background music. i!at 2 p. m. for the regular Florence' Kummer at their ParkcfthePalms Comm union.

up regularly. Soon you'll be riding high Kay Sunderland Has Party :ly business meeting. home. Third Wednesday FOR FURTHER DETAILS CALLREDFEARN'SPh.
On Saturday, April 2, Kay Sun- CHURCH NEWS
'Misses Mabel and Florence Covered Dish Supper, 6
financially; speaking! de land celebrated her 12th Community Church News Kummer left,this week for a visit I
bathday somewhat belatedly, because Officers! and teachers of the I p.m.The 4252
\with, .t friends in Queens Village Rev. Millard H. .
she had been 111 the previous Sunday School will meet Tuesday former
"There's nothing quite like money in the bank." Saturday. Kay's friends April 12. at 7:30: in the educational Long: home Island town., New York, their Vicar.: Keystone Heights, Fla.

Carol Warren. Carol Baker...Carol : building.On .
andyildren
:Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Queen St. William's Catholic
Stevenson, ,Sylvia Dodd, and Sunday morning, April 10, the
of Orlando spent Keystone HrishttSuncuy
THE KEYSTONE STATE BANK Virginia Campbell, all came to Rev. Isamu Omura of Toyko, Japan past weekend with Mrs. Queen's
Sunderland's home where they will speak to the Sunday Mace at 8:30: a.

Member F.D.I.C. ( enjoyed ice cream and cake, after School during the opening pert patents, Mr. ,and Mrs. Edward, Holyday Mass at 7:00: a. '

which they went to Gainesville od. Bleha. I Tuesday Mass ,t 8:00: GUARANTEED
Mr. Mrs. C. Driesel of s
A Friendly Rank in a Friendly Community and
where they enjoyed roller skat- Cottage: Prayer :Meeting will beheld Massachusetts have left for Daytona -]! Confessions before all I
and Mrs. R. evening, April. i Baptisms.! marriages
"Keystone Heights, .'Ia. :ng. Mis. Fred Dodd on Wednesday finish their yearly ; ,
.... Beach to r
mother structions by appointment.!
N. Sunderland. Kay's 13, at 7:30 at the parsonage.Rev. at
the girls to Gainesville.Bruce Isamu Omura, who will sojourn after a pleasant stay x
drove
White Feather Court. TRINITY ':\ I USED TV & APPLIANCES
+ SunckrUnd EntertainsOn :peak Sunday morning, is pastor of
Rev Isamu Omura, pastor MELItOSi
IO1:11oi.ntw i CHURCH.
,, March 25, Bruce Sunder- of the Asagaya Church hi Toyko, in Toyko. ,
N. the the Asagaya Church Sundays 10 a. m..
and'Mrs. R. member of
r- land, son of Mr. Japan, and a
I Japan. will be the guest of Lt. School. 11:15 a.m.,
9th :
Sunde 'land, celebrated his Executive Committee of the Japanese -I
liE muJEUmR-FREEZER I at his He is a I|Col. and Mrs. David A- Nelson ei and Sermon (First:
Church.
birthday with a, party Christian i
home. There were all kinds of fraten-al delegate from that !! this weekend. Holy Communion). 6 p.m., I ?rl : RCA Table $$50'

MORE USABLE SPACE games, including a peanut hunt' church to three great religious! I Dr. and Mrs. Edward P. Gan- [. WITH STAND
guests in ----
m tha back yard. Party [gatherings held this Spring

PRICE wire the members of his Cub 'I.r: country. He has been'attending McKAY AT KEYSTONELAKE
BUDGET
LOW Scout: DenBowling 2. the Interfield Conference at .

Party \ St: T. Simon's Island. Ga.. and en: JOHNSON Big Sandy point, lots of I PHILCO Table .. $60

The Intermediate Class of the !oute here spent two days at
First Baptist Church Sunday Penney Farms visiting friends intae Bargain at $6450 thrown.ln free, furnUhed camp, '(' WITH STAND

School enjoyed a bowling party Memorial Home Community. deipuell bath boathouse. 20!, down. 10 yrs. to pay.

Lanes in Palatkaon While here, he will speak to the
at the Azalea LAKE GENEVA Restricted lots, sandy beaches in ZENITH Table $
I 4 Saturday afternoon. April 2. Sunday School of the Community ?! : r $75

There were 20 boys and girls Intr.c i Church, and at the First Me- $3975. Other good building lots with lakeview $COO- \\I1H STAND

group, and some of them thodist Church in Gainesville on Need a nice home? See U'i, we can arrange fln&ncinrdth

:made outstanding scores. Chap- Sundav night April 10, at 7:00:
erones for the afternoon were p. m. down payment. I

:,frs Fred Mulling\} 'Mrs. Ted St. Anne's Episcopal Church 17" ZENITH Console $$35

Oglesby, and Mike Funderburke. On Saturday, April 9, Episcopal S. E. MCKAY REALTORKeystone

('dr.nd Mrs. Chance EntertainCdr. Young People will meet at 9 a. ,

and Mrs. Ray Chance en- .. to gather'palm fronds for the '
.
I
t Heights 3071-2391-4151
,
-
o.r friends *n crosses used by the congregation I %WIZARD $
tel the tal1Ed O'ficers'a group Club at the Jack- 01 Palm Sunday. Also on Satur- I Melrose GRanite 52968LEE'S ) Jreezer a r r $75

!isaville Naval Air Base on Friday ray, the men and boys of the I CUBIC

evening, March 18. The group :jaiish will meet at the Parish '

: .njojed dinner, dancing and adcor House for a work-day from 8 to r CUBIC FOOTCROSUY

chow by the famous Ink 12 a. m. At 11:45 a. m., Saturday. I

Spots. Guests of the Chance's April 9, the Cub Scout Pack 305 DRIVE-IN THEATRE

':cre Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wal- i"ili meet at the Parish House at t i Freezer $60$|

uth, Jr., Mr. and Mrs Gordon III:45 a. m.. bringing their Dads Heights Fla.
,
Huntley Keysjqne
** \odtI I tz12AI Adams. and Mrand' Mrs. for an afternoon of picnicking,

l Redfearn. Sr. hiking: ball playing, and real fun.

.Sp, ceAge' design makes ,very Inert usable f Cub Scout ,News They will be home by 5 p. m. FRI. TIIRU SUN. APRIL 8-10 Several Good Used Refrigerators

BIG 12.1 Cub Scouts of Pack 305 will On Sunday April 10, palms

MAGNA.SIAL CU. FT. SIZE meet at Parish House at 11:45: will be distributed at the ,9:30: The Year Most Outstanding !

NEW AIS-MCOID! - a, m. on Saturday, April 9. Service. At 5 p. m., the Episcopal BARGAIN PRICED $$35 .. $100
D00 brmging their dads.for an after-: Young People will meet at the

of picnicking, hiking, etc.i Parish House to attend a water.;
noon
!
) HMfiLLY $$288.00W.T. They should be ,home; again at 5 I skiing party. 'A Dog of Flanders' \

,. m.Friday. On Wednesday, April 13. a COT- "We Service Everything We Sell"Ph.
April 15. Cub Scout ered dish supper will be held at

Pack 305 will meet at the Parish 6:30 p. m.. to be followed by the
We SellREDFEARN'S George.\ will :David Ladd Donald Crisp Theodore !
"We Service Everything House for a program by Lenten Service at 7:30 which

Gathercole on Indian dancing. b: conducted by Rev.: Robert Q. IN CINEMASCOPE AND COLOR

All Cub Scouts and their parentsare ,!Oliver from St. Andrew's Churchin REDFEARN'S

cordially invited. Interlachen.

Brownie News On Friday, April 15. the workshop Coming Soon 'SOUTH

Brotmie Troop 229 met Mondayaternoon. classes consisting of chili !- .

Keystone Heightsii April 4 In St. Williams i iren from the 3rd grade and up. AT REGULAR PRICES! 4251 or 9391 Keystone Heights I

Ph. 4251 or 9391 Recreation HalL An election of will meet at the Parish house at l __

officers was held with the follow-.i4! p. m. to complete projects they i- -

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PAGE EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY 1ELEGRAPB, STAR&2 FLORIDA THURSDAY, APRIL 7, 1960

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Wyyyyy yyyyyyyyyyyyTHERES'SA te.1e sting show. I ce, and Clyde, and Mrs. Grant J:subject, to the will of the voters In .
he May 3 Primary. I feel .
Mrs. L. V. Williamson entertained J Rothhammer.ST. business that myixptrience --' -- -- -
as a man and
with a birthday party oy background training qualifies ,
ne for the office. If elected 1 will '
ANN'S EPISCOPAL I
hnoring her daughter; Linda, on d[I'. everything in my power to in- j
By Bath Griffis her 14th birthday. About 24 CHURCH KEYSTONE Burr the people of Bradford coun t

guests; enjoyed games and' re- Rev. M. H. Breyfogle, Vicar t y that efficient the office manner.is conducted laIn

yyyyyyy yyyyyyyyyyyyyyy'Hope reshnrents throughout the even- Sunday-7:30: a. m. Holy Com- -Jim ChasteeQ, ] P

Baptist Church np. J munion; 9:30 'a. m.. Sunday I j I IReduction.

Sunday School 10 a. m- Dale Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hersey and :School: 9:30: a. m.. Morning Pray FOR DISTRICT SCHOOL FOIU no mil I
I tr and Sermon (
the children visited Holy Communion
Bradley Superintendent. younger relatives I am a candidate for School
Morning Worship, 11 a. m.I I in Orlando on Sunday.I I each first Sunday]; 6:30: p. m.. -oapd., Dist 4. and earnestly solicitour JJ
Young y support in the May primaries.
People
meet.
Palm Sunday message, "The On Sunday, Mrs. R. C. Damper I laving children of my own 'in
Most Triumphant Phase of Palm visited Mr. Dampier who is a Holy Days-7:30 a. m., Holy F vhool. I am keenly interested Mn
I Communion. t I.e continued growth and improvement -
Sunday Worship. Music by choir. 'patient at the veterans hospital of our county school system S.t; 'J;:f. '"; '-"'' ,-. ". -" '
,
Training Union, 7 p. m. DIrector I in Lake City. ind pledge my untiring efforts,i if J -: : #
Miss Elizabeth Phillips of Gain- ifK-ttd! toward this end. I am'.a' L.
Wajne Hersey. POLITICAL lathe of Bradford County and \
Evening Worship, 8,p. m., message 'esville visited her aunt Mrs. LI'tive in PTA. Church and civic
Alice Jones. Sunday. ;if fairs. I assure you that your
"The Value of a Soul.
ANNOUNCEMENTSFOR I.rub! in me will not be betrayed.
Paster, Samuel'S., CUthbert. Guests of Mr and Mrs. Percy J. D. Griffis

Wednesday. 7:30 p. m, prayer Sullivan on Sunday were her par- I

service. rnts. Mr. and Mrs. 'J. B. Mills of STATE z SEVATE FOR COl'nCO >SIO.N&RDISTRICT : I

Church Events Green Cove Springs and her I wish to announce to the peopleof THREE t
Lnion and To the citizens of Bradford
The young people-or the church brother and sister-in-law Mr. that I will be a Bradford candidate Counties for reelection County C: : oc
presented the evening worship :and Mrs. H. W. Mills, and daughter For the first time I am coming
before as a candidate for'puolic -
to the Florida State Senate you
service last Sunday. John Dodd of Jacksonville.Mrs. iroin the lith Senatorial District. offit I will appreciate your .
Essie Johnson has return- I feel that the careful consideration of my candidacy -
was the youth,,pastor and gavea twenty years seniority -
for the office of County Commissioner \ -
fine message. He, was assistedby v\ to her home in Miami after the Senate and prestige is of untold.that value I have to my in :: Dist. 3 (South Starke). .
.
Dale Bradley, with special visiting her brothers. Homer and Peop-e; and I am asking you for I[ realize the great responsibilities
music by the youth choir. Mary Burney Brinson. We are happyto vote and Support on May,3rd. if this office and I will pledge do to you
Charley E. Johns that, if elected. every- WE MUST MAKE ROOM
Davis presented a solo "In TheGarden" report that Homer is homerfter v- ihins in my power to give you
ic *
FOR fair, impartial, economical, and efficient '
recent (in Gainesville STATE REPRESENTATIVE
and David Waites played surgery a -
I am a candidate for election to service as your Commis- BE WISE
a trumpet solo "How Great hospital the Florida House of Representatives IOI1..r" Thank you for your encouragement FOR OUR SPRiKGMERCHAND1S i fl
BIG DAYS
and support.
Tnou Art. The Gospel-aires from Bradford County. I W. Smith ,
Hogan
This is -
'AAAAAAAAAAAALAAAA&.AAAAA my first bid for elective *
quartet sang several numbers public office. If elected, I will diligently ...,s !
The service'was enjoyed by and impartially represent FOIL COUNTY ('OJnll SIOXER :
MELROSE Bradford County and it's citizens. I DISTRICT THREE FBI SAT.
present! We are proudof
everyone cib.%) your support and vote *n May! I hereby announce my candidacyfor ,
the young'people. :; County Commissioner, District yrj *
Community House A. J. Thomas Jr. Three (South Starke), subject to S SB A ,
By Joyce Rothbammerf of the voters in the May
the will '
A large number of the peoplein FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE: pr 1n.ules.( If elected to this responsible B L There is No Substitute APR. 8 9
AAAAAA AAAA& aala.au I am announc-.m B ,
the community have been busy ing my candidacy office I promise to give it *"
-
f iest efforts toward a progressive :
working on improving the Com- :Mrs.: Nancy Bass of Gainesville for office of my and impartial administration of For

munity House. -The rest rooms spent the weekend with Mr. and i l:State from Representative Brad-- the affairs of my district and the Quality

are installed as well as new Mrs. Glynn Rothhammer and ford County Thisis county as will a whole.be appreciated.Your vote andsupport

lights and swings. The skating family.Mr. my first bid -Seeber D. Goodman
for office. -
rink is very popular. We appreciate and Mrs. Evans Spires and I Being public a life long "

the efforts(; of Senator Mrs. A. C. Spires spent last weekend I. resident of Bradford + FOR TAX COLLECTOR .

Charley Johns ,who dropped by: in Miami visiting friends a working County man.and 1 t zy' Cojnty To :the citizens of Bradford : GEM JEWELRY'

Monday night during 'the work and relatives feel I know the Your:: support is earnestly requested -
needs of the peo- in campaign for re-
along the my
in with
and pitched Mrs. Edna Cooper of Westfield
ple and if elected. election as Tax Collector, Bradford ,
rest o! the men. N.,, J. :arrived last week for a visit 1 will devote the County. I appreciate this opportunity -

Everyone is invited: to the rally in MelroseMrs.( Cooper is the necessary time to do the job fair and to be of service to the peopleof .. _
and impartially. Your vote Bradford County, and pledge
nnd the fish supper on Friday daughter Col. L. M. FearsalL support is humbly sohclted.G. myself to conduct the affair of
night April 8. Proceeds will be Miss Zoe Terry left last week F. Prevatt the office with courtesy and effirienry. WATCHES -
:3: will be
Tour vote uQ May -
used for a recreational programfor for Piamfieid. N. J. after a FOIl COUNTY COMMISSIONER! deeply appreciated"

our community month's visit here. DISTRICT FIVEI Yours sincerely,
J. 11. Kelly (Name Brand)
PersonalsMrs. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hartsfieldand hereby announce niy candidacy FREE
W. W. Packham. who is two children of Mandarin't fir County Commissioner. Bradford
I FOil !ijIIKRIFF
in
County Dist. 5 (county at large)
staying with her daughter Mrs.I spent the weekend with )frs. the May primaries. I have been a In placing my candidacy for re-of
Jack Jerrell was home Friday Hartsfield's parents Mr. and Mrs.J. resident; of Brooker for 16 years, eleollf-n before' the would citizens like to
I
which time I have been a Bradford County
attending her home and visiting L. Harpe and family. during farmer cattleman. and seed pro 'I renew my pledge to give the people -
friends in this area. No report Mrs. H- A. Barnett is visitingher ducer. If elected your County Commissioner the highest type of law enforcement -

cr information has been received daughter in Jacksonville.A for fair and I pledge impartial my conduct best efforts' of with' a minimum personnel of and expense equipment to w I WATCH DIAMONDS

concerning the disappearance of sin prise birthday party.was the affairs of the entire county to the county. This I have: done
in office
will be during ray three terms i
her granddaughter, Beverly g. en Mrs. Clyde Wesley of Gain- Tauvote: and* .support and will continue to do If you

Cochrane. esville at the home of her son-in- deeply appreciated."Zedra Hamilton honor me with re-election in the< 21 I
and support %
Mr. and Mrs. M. Z. Sullivan May primaries. Your vote r
,Ia7' and daughter Mr. and Mrs. will be greatly appreciated, Up to 50
held a family reunion of the!Glynn Rothhammer. Those pre- FOR COUNTY COMNISSIOSER' and your confidence will not..b< .
!
"Peoples"! at their home Sunday. isent included Mr. and Mrs. Clyde DISTRICT!' ONE misplaced. Sincerely, TO BE GiKEN OFF'

Twelve attended the occasion. :Wesley, Nancy Wesley, Mr. and I am a candidate P. D. Reddish

Mrs. Gladys Williams recently Mrs. Eugene Easterling and children e r..k., for County Commissioner -
-, F} FOR ST.tTBSI! STE SATURDAY
attended a hair stylist show inGainesville. I I Iathy and Terry, all of ,+ trict 1 (,Lawtey Dis"In). ford To Counties the voters: of Union and Brad. r/! / / EVENING), Ue'r:",$67.50 Now-

. position
One of the nation'sJcaduvs Gainesville; and Mr. and Mrs. a which I have i wish to announce that I am a
II I candidate for State Sl'nator. iron NOTHING TO BUY
hair stylist. Garland Glynn Rothhammer' and children, been privileged toserve the 15th: Senatorial District.moI ''i
in the
Boles was featured at this inter- i Eddie, Peggy Teena Linda JoyAQUAt t The knowledgeof past. making this decision earnest' desire I was to i>' 24.95 NOW- 16.95 Only $33.75
Paled by an
affairs
county
of maximum service to the peopl .
gained In these '
*
r t t previous years on of aup two counties. TiavlnWalways.as .
., the board should a. private citizen, taker. ,
active part In efforts to es:95NOw49.97
enable me to better an
thesei
POOLS e, %. serve you and "eloT' our area. I feel that R.a.
./ .i. I pledge my dili- efforts can be greatly expands(
", 'ww,: gentefforts to through my' service as State ben' 35.75 NOW Just Come In
3 will\ hell 23.83 Plus Texs.oo
Your vote on May Only $75
ator.
\.0111. bur me ueat interests of the ,
All New All IS2E* lk3and and the, entire ,dist
Shapes entire county. Your vote and active rue help you .
support will be deeply appreciated. rlct. I thank, you. AuArFwFOR

Sizes FOR COUNTY-COMMISSIONER- J. C. Prevatt -SHERIFF- Guy < now' 30.00 And Register "

COt'% io.oioaset
DISTRICT THREE BRADFORD Twj
/ I am a candidate I hereby an 57.50 NOW
for Coun- 38.33
ty Commissioner nounce for my Sherif candidacy I Reg. $275-Now
Dist. 3 (South
Coun
,\ Starke) in the fi of Bradford tin 71.50 NOW Plus TaxAAlGem
ty subject to Only $137.50
,' 47.67FABULOUS
r : May primaries: ) L voter .
the
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born and
.t r reared was in Bradford Democra 1 Carat Gents Diamond
h .e ::" '.t./t.\; : ":t- / County; ea
y so'
; : r owner' and 3 a
op ;r
AS LOW AS t .1--....; f'<.,i.iE'rator-. f Alvarez4J vote am White Gold Masonic Ring
Stone lcl.
\ ...,,,: t if Store since 1935. F1'F1'May to per !
"." f I feel that my duttes.
$2,000 J successful busi- L 1 an effU-j' of A Buy At Only $350.00 '

PHONE TODAY: 12 x 27 Size ness will the he experience'an performance assetin I '.Uo .1 I iNot cfi, ,! -J Plus Tax Only $695 Plus Tax

Keystone Heights 4305 No Money Down of the duties of your County ,let J can meet each and eteryom \
tYmmibSiuner. I believe in better of you in person before May ,3r, CULTURED One Croup: Ladies & dent's: A Special Special!
(Collect Calls things for Bradford County Jennings Starling:
Accepted) Up To 5 Yrs. To Pay through a fair impartial businesslike YELLOW AND WHITE

administration of its affairs. pJoJP".Id JO JJlJJq jo eJIJJo: all
Your vote and support on May 3 .IOJ dasplpusa XlU SUIOUI1OUU3 UI -
THIEST CONSTRUCTION CO.: will; be greatly Sincerely appreciated. ,.\J. .10.) UUOJdVUUjjiuaus BOA WATCH, BANDS99 ,

'W. H. (Bill) Graham 'Dt MOND
FOR TAX COLLECTORDRADFORD County, I would like to take thiiopiwrtunity !

P. 0. Box 557 Keystone Heights Fla. COUNTY to express apprecia', '
lion jto my'many friends who Supimmd
I hereby announce my candidacy MUSTARDNECNLACES DINNERiHINC.SX7.00 .
for Tax Collector Bradford County me in the last election \I /( +
_. They did not let lIIe down. I do no S _
-- ------ ---- fed tike them .
letting down without
giving till another chance. You) _
vote and support and confidence ii "AT %
$ 50 OFF
me' and on May deeply 3 will appreciated.be highly honored ,

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*Uft open a joint checking accountat H.Yours A. Lawson


the bank. % You can make the I hereby FOR DISTRICT announce SCHOOL TWO BOlltD my candidac:] 52.Piece Set WATCH IbEPAl1 S':'

.( for member of School Hoard, Brad, .
for County, Diet. Two. I am a vet
.
deposits and I'll draw tenets! ..: Bran of World War IT. and hat,
thrre sons now in school; am '. SILVERS '

; tt property if )tiected owner, will and serve taxpayer my distric and VALUE! CRYSTALS: FITTED: ,

'\ and county to the best of my a
\.1(, oility. ready at all times to advis 184.75
Reg
'\\, with my t-onstitutents for the. bes: WHILE YOU WAIT
interests of our schools. I lnvit<,
"XIf. !i .4* T ar ''o O
1\ your careful consideration of m:] t *. :aitflfdi- Now Only

: '.. L. qualifications and will deeply appreciate $ i 2 DAYS
"
.
.,
: t. :- your vote and support 01 lOllY' lie
0
: May 3. ONLYALL ,
W. E. Lawson
.50
"
r ," -,.',>'.. .
.
') FOR cul'iT JUDGE
'1y -i; $ t I hereby announce my: candidac1]
for the office of Circuit Judge o: WATCHES eWatch
the Eighth Judicial Circuit of FlorIda ,
'r Group 1. Your \"Ote and sap TIMED ON THE
port will be appreciated.THOMAS .
COSTUME SETS FAMOUS .
BROOKS JONES.
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FOR COUNTS, COMMISSIONERDISTRICT. Master
ONB AT . 1J' 1,1
I wish to announce my candidac:] '* *
for re-election l as County CotumUsumcr ,
a *, District One county-at, 1Q.50 ,- Now 5.25 AND CLEANEDo
*wv.J large. I have tried to serve ywell 0\
and faithfully in the past am INULTRASONIC.

.. ; t *jui. ...*% ,jto# A.ttteifcljrt l ,. if honored' by re-election l to thl! 5 % 14.50 Now 7.25 _
position of trust I will continue m]
efforts in behalf of the people; o: MACHINE
j fay district and the entire cqunty 13.50 Now 6.95 f
FOR BILL-PAYING CONVENIENCE Your favorable consideration am
vote ?n Slay I will be greatly ap. "
predated. 18.75. Now 9.40
"
WITH US! HAROLO K. XORMAX. OFF OPEN
START,YOUR. ACCOUNT Tie-Chain Sets SETS

FOR SCHOOL BOARD '.. ,
DISTRICT TWO -
I *m- a candidate for re-electloi and ,Crosses Name Brand
as Sihool Board Member District 2 GRAVY BOAT AND TRAY
subject to the will of the voters iith

i of will:
FLORIDA wiU work to intensify the
maintenance program at all schools '

ILtKKL.JJI1rX: .- with In tho$30,000 county;already purchase. available new busses b] I'I GEM JEWELRY GEM JEWELRY GEM] JEWELRY GEM JEWELRY{
;s -
: _. ,_ : __ next Hand turn against; and any maintain form of integration a firm. -

cm of ZllAhU or m rto.io&wTglaIOSOUO.MEsstarteual.CIPOSiTiktuatt60ati. in our -school cyctem. Yow; 1111
continued support and vote on Mk. .
t 3 will bl" appreciated. :
-W. -t:. \BiUy), POWF3, :I -- .



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:..-TllURsDAY, APRIL 7. 1960
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA _.
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A &&&&&A &&A&&A I IyYyyyYY..YYY9yyyyy I Saturday guests Mrs. M.;Call of Ivory Thompson visited their Jacksonville on Saturday.. f QUANTITY--- --- -- --. -- -- -

New Hampshire and Mr a. Pete father, Shadl
Thompson, in Lake
: The A. J. Crawford family, Mr. RIGHTS ocEANSIRRrtal4ttXfrSflta/t0 ,
: Burney and daughter of IJacksonvule. Butler Hospital on Sunday. and Mrs. Bill Green family II I I 320 s. WALNUTS,.
I.AWTEY\ and I RESERVED
CR&NBERRY Sm
:Mr. and Mrs. Ever]tt Burn? Mr. and Mrs. John McKinneyand and the Stanley.. Crawfords, enjoyed SfMpJ, FLA. .
Mrs.. ey of Jacksonville visiteil.I her on family of Clearwater .HUNTS
were
t Joyce E. FutehI$4AAAAAAAAAAAAaaasaaia a picnic at Okefenokeo
Monday.We weekend guests of her FRUIT' COCKTAIL 2.WBLENDED
parents, Swamp Park on, Sunday, .
i are glad to report that Mrs. flanCharles R. Kleins. The NrRM ORtOE auc.'arsa.rawr'F
Mr. and Mrs. Rosier '
Ray and
t O. J. Phillips and Mrs. Jam Mc- Kleins 1jP 1
Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Reddish ; grandson. Ronald Perint children visited Jacksonville. /Ij' NKj25
Giirvey returned to their! homes
guests on Saturday evening were is attending anE. T A. School in on Sunday. w / ,
.Mr.- and Mrs. Harl Bartlett ofJaCksonVtne here this week after spending Treasure island, San Francisco Mr. and Mrs. Werner Dolling e 6J'E
oometime in Bradford County I ftn '
; 26 weeks. ;
Beach. attended services at the Meth- 4
1 Mr.. and Mrs., Doyle Starling Hospital. Mr. and M s.' Roy Martin who edict Church on, Sunday morning I o\ I11rt
Mrs. Truman Norma, Mrs. have
I been
staying with Mr. Mattin's
-
and family of Miami were week-. : and were dinner guests ofMr. i
Carl Prevatt and Mrs;: L. H.I C
parents, Mr.
tUd guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pete and Mrs. G. W. R berts. e
visited!) Mrs. Jim Rosier,
Sat-urday Harper Crawford, moved to their new They visited Mr. and Mrs. P., L. Foods Iola BLUE RIBBON TIP TOP QUALITY
in Baptist Memorial:\ Hospital and. home at Kingsley Lake.
evening they enjoyed Dinkins in the '
a afternoon.
Mrs. Carlos Musgrove: irl St. Vincent's :- Mrs. Milo Smith and HEAVY WESTERN MATURED BEEF
amlly get-together. Those who Marie, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Taylor of
enjoyed this lovely evening with Hospital'on Tuesday. Mrs. Paul Smith and Libby were Live Oak are spending their I $
vacation I
*them were: Mrs. Freddie Steliliens Mr. and Mrs1. Rudolph Sa'pp business visitors in Jacksonvilleon with Mr.
Taylor's
par
visited friends in St. Petersburg
of Kingsley Lake, Mr. and Saturday. ents, Mr. and Mrs. Noah Taylor 1. f, hk
on Sunday. Mrs. Beulah Revele of Palatkawas t
!Mrs. Donald Bennett and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Lester McCul-
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Starling and Mrs. Virgil Grirris ana daUgh-l: the'Thursday guest of Mrs. lough of Hampton spent Sunday ) ,

family, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wilkinson ter of State Farm visited E. 'M, Futch and Floyd. afternoon with the Rowell Pre

Mr. and Mrs. Weldon Daisy Bock and son,. and .,Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Anders vatt family. '

starling and Mr. and Mrs. Ivorynwmpson. Nellie Wilkerson on ?iffednesday.: guests on Sunday were Mrs. Mrs. Carl Griff and-Mr.'and LB

The Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Manus Griffis and Moultrie Roberts Mrs. Bell Sum- Mrs. W.*E. Gault and son were

Mr. and Mrs. Starling were Mr. sons of Palatka visited them on mers, and Mrs. Ruth Steinhouserof business visitors in Jacksonvilleon

Mrs. H. T. Markham and Sunday. Jacksonville. Monday.

Ed. '' of Gainesville. Marvin Thompson rot Jacksonville I Mrs. Hester Hicks was called to Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Rafuse and ;

Georgia Ann Sapp had as and Mrs. Floyd Bennett 'and' Daytona on Sunday because of daughter were guests of Mr. and I
-- -- -' the illness of her daughter. Mrs. '
Dewey Snyder in
Jacksonville Blue Ribbon Chuck.Round
f' Mrs. Freddie Stephens is
on Sunday. !
f spending the month of April Mr. and Mrs. Edmond Rosier II !
SEE I IJ with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. and family were in Macclennyon

'I II Edwin Starling, while her husband -
f I is attending Military and Sunday Mrs. Dewey for a Harvey.visit with. Mr. !

: j i School in Fort Lee, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Raulerson II

BUFFALO BILL RIDES AGAIN .I.and' Mr.sons and of Mrs.Macclenny Glenn! Williamson visited and daughters were ''weekend 5fiUttLh T'1Bc?

guests of Mr. and Mrs. Markilee
t, Mr. and Mrs. Troy Bennett on, Raulerson and family in Hahira, I
:
\ Saturday April 9 J Sunday. Ga. ,
.. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Tye and Mr. and Mrs. McDonald of

family were weekend guests of Jacksonville visited Mrs. Luia [I
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Roberts In Bone Shoulder
.
Dority and Mr. and Mrs. Bad
'i 1
r THEATER': Jacksonville.Mr. Dority on Sunday.
FLORIDA and Mrs. J. D. Davis and I Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Sapp and IIC
N family of Jacksonville spent Sat
family
were weekend guests of
urday with Mr. and Mrs. Harold
I Mr. and Mrs. Harold Starling H

't..> 10:00 A.M. J 1 'St Mr.rling.and Mrs. Fred Moore and and family in Gainesville. : PI
'Mrs.
P. L- Dinkins spent Wed-
family were Sunday guests of Mr. T
I nesday through
"" and Mrs. S. D. Andrews and children Friday with her rI .
f '!
Merchants
Sponsored by the Following :
grandson, Freddy
Dinkins
i in Wildwood and Mr. and' at WATCH |lAX
Camp Gordon in Augusta, Ga. Lb
Mrs. David Boyer in Ocala. t. 1 PAPER FOX
: Mr. and 'Mrs.. Gary Bennett' Misses Mary Ann Motes of
GEM JEWELRY \ WILLIAMS JEWELRY: MORE RED
1Blue'
Gainesville and .
and son moved to Macclenny on' Nina Wells oft

,LOCAL FINANCE CO. SIMMONS' KOCH f Saturday where he is employed n Leesburg were weekend guests of Ribbon Steal HOT VALUES '
North Eastern HospitaL their grandmother, Mrs. Effie
DRUG STQRE
CRAWFORD BROS. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Prevatt's Miner. C IIII

GULF SERVICE STA. DENMARK FURN. CO. guests on Sunday were Mr. and We urge you to attend the a
Mrs. J. C. Prevatt and family of PTA meeting April. 12th in the

TERWILLEGAR x ACE ELEC. SERVICE Ocala, Miss Patsy Harper of school cafeteria.

MOTORS Kingsley Lake, Irvin Covington'and Mrs. M. L. Turner was the S R
STARKE TELEPHONE the G. F. Prevatt'family of Sunday overnight guest of her

CHARLEY E. JOHNS STARKE BUILDERS I:Starke. ion, Wayne Turner, and,, family II

Insurance Agency SUPPLIES Mr. and Mrs. Rowell Prevatt, in Jacksonville. "

Iii and family visited Mr. and Mrs. Blue Ribbon Slza.MAXWELL :; .

II Rufus Prevatt and 'daughter' in IB tae County Judge's -Court of I't III.
--- Bradford County, Florid
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r IX RE: Estate of
IRA P. SHEPHERD. '.fl S
Deceased. NR .
TO THE VOTERS NOTICE OP FILING FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE OFADMINISTRATRIX ,

TO ALL WHOM IT MAY 1 t
CONCERN

OF? BRADFORD COUNTY -r- Node: Is hereby given that I- n .

\ have filed my final returns
: .... as ad-
; + ministratrix of the eat..of4la i'1'//'L fro( 'rr
.- i r. Shepherd, deceased; that' I' have :i1
filed my petitionfor final discharge : :
.
and that I will apply to the ,
I, W. C. (Billy) Powell am running for re-election toy our Honorable Theron A.. Yawn. County :
Judge of Bradford
County, Florida,
School Board, Dist. 3, County-wide, having almost completed a on the 25th i day of April, 1960 at II N
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first term. During this first term' I have not always seen eye the 10.00 same o'clock and A.M.for, for final approval discharge of ,. ,;

to eye with a majority of those with, whom I served, but in as administratrix of the estate at y r

the final analysis. all issues have been reserved with harmony Ira March P. 23rd Shepherd 1960.eMMtGARE'D deceased. This M ffrRv 4 It'i fI SGOIrtr1Rf'ft. >"t, -

and S. MILLER
W dignity.
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Administratrix of the restate of
Ira P. Shepherd, deceased. -
S-24 4t 4-14 .
If re-elected I will make but one promise and that i is to JJ IBS. rs

guarantee that any matter that' comes before the School Board REGISTER NOTICE OF FICTIT101S INTENTION>AMG TO"

will be thoroughly aired, both pro and 'con, before a decisionis Notice Is hereby given that the
reached. undersigned, under the provisionsof -
Chapter. 20.953. Laws of Florida,
Aclr of 1941 will register with the
Clerk of the Circuit
When I ran for this.office in 1956, I spent six solid weeks for Bradford County,Court Florida in, and upon -

i visiting all over the county. Although I gained many personal this receipt notice of proof the fictitious of publicationof name

I friends and had many enjoyable chats, I feel that I cannot take of Underbill's Drive-In In, 367 North

that time awoy from my work and my family for this campaign. Temple which w.e Ave.are, Starke engaged, Florida in business under
:
I also feel that in local elections most folks know who theyare Colley M. and Dorothy V.: Underhill -

going to vote for when candidates announce. In so thinking, ida, sole 421 owners.N. Polk St., Starke. Flor t'v

these weekly ads will be my total effort to solicit your support. 1/60! Dated at this Starke 2m'Bradford'day of March County A-D. 1 F
'
Florida. 3-24 4t 4-14 IkKEffEj

I have no intention to take part in any vindictive, petty, In The firmII-Court Of Bradford

back biting politics. The only thing I have to say about my opponent Dewayne County. Florida Elder, < Plaintiff IB Chancery.vs. 1 / e F

is that, as far as I know, he is an honorable man, Joan Kendrick Elder, Defendant. -
NOTICE OF SUIT 1
In The Name Of The State Of 11
As for my qualifications, I have only to point to the record. 303 Florida South: To Hull Joan Street.Kendrick Montgom-Elder

Remember the changes that have taken place. since 1956. Let ery. Alabama:

me list a few of the problems that confronted us then: .' suit You in are equity hereby, In which notmed the thai relief i 1 a.
sought Is divorce, has been filed .
against you by Dewayne Elder in a
1. Insufficient supply of toilet paper, towels, and ,soap._ '1" the above named Court and cause, 1f I .
and you are summoned ordered 0.6xNp tahcls.c nC r .
2. Lack of replacement light bulbs. _< ,J.i and required to file your Answer or +
__ : ,. other defenses to the complaint In
.
..;. ''''- ... said, cause in the office of the
i 3. Faulty wiring. .,, : 'f!' undersigned Clerk of' said Court at
t Starke 'Florida, on or before the HOUSE BAO-
"'- -- ;. 25th" day of April A. D. 1960, and eAASf" '
fire .
., 4, Inadequate escapes. -
to serve a thereof on Hollis
>';' ; whose address cope Is Starke Florida.
5. Total absence. of maintenance funds. V.: Knight plaintiffs attorney, 9ANBORH
,
\ on ur before laid date as required
6. Almost non-existent Home-Economics and Science ,: by the Laws of Florida and the
_, Rules of Court. If you fall .to* do COFFEE
Departments. J. .',.. '<:", :.l' so. a decree pro confesso will be COFEF LIMIT-I C'
entered: against you for the reliefdemanded |
WITH L6.ss. .
..,.. ;- :.. In the .Compl&In t-
roofs. CA tJ E
7.
Leaking ;: :'J;,, b This.notice shall be" published oncea 5J.
.,.f! ;;, week for 4 consecutive weeks FOOD ORDER uHirl

Worn-out' buses. ... .,'...;.....1.. -, commencing I960, -Bradford March County 24,Telegraph.'''60,' in W1001tDu

a duty qualified newspaper published -
9. Lack of class-room space. "r ....:... < -. in Starke. Florida. 1c: NEW BLUE DETERGENT
.". ":-.. I Witness my hand.and the seal o* I. !.4. =1fi(( '
k: said Court at Starke Florida this. MlKfrflK.FKOZ.ENJLAYER I
10. The biggest High School in the state without an r ... :-i. 2nd: day of March. A, D.-1960, ;

auditorium *. ; ; (SEAL IsiCHAKLES! ;: ) J.. DARBY 10
As Clerk of the Circuit Court| : .t 94S '
OZ
"'"-J" of Bradford County, Florida SU PE STRt\WBERRIES

: In every instance the above problems have been taken care, ."... '.. OTICE OF INTENTION 3134"4t!TO MAKE 4/14 rU

of except the buses, which will be corrected by next school term '. APPLICATION FOR FINAL

with $30,000 already on hand for new buses. Im Cart .f the DISCHARGE CeutyBradford .d&e. -
C....,..
State .f 1'.1'1.... PYFAIR aO Et
In the next four years, this School Board will, among __ _' '. IS 'PROB&TIn ': | :
other things construct class-rooms and at t' :,.., re the Estate of U.S
new a library South- W. L. WALL and alrrEO tEa toa
side Elementary, construct a gymnasium and new classroomsat ? MZflLA E. WALL, Deceased. CAKE :35q
TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN -
RJ.E. for our colored students. The total budget for the: ',.: ';: ; CNoc Fyu u.r4Tt E 9f: ;

, next four years will be almost five million dollars. "; Notice Is hereby given that Harold .
C. Wall has filed his final report r -
r as Administrator of the estate
.y ,of Murla E. Wall and as Executor ,
With these thoughts in mind, ,I earnestly,ask you to eon-: ,?. of the Will of W. L. Wall = JERGENS.oIS1W

I sider my candidacy for re-election. .:.. deceased for: final that he discharge,has filed. and his petition that- CREIUII

:'.' he will apPly to the Honorable w1T4t71tiRi. F/aSt:4F REQ.ut .
I Theron A: Yawn County: Judge of > + -f( ll
SINCERELY, Bradford County Florida, on the :r JER6EN lOTION q
". 4th day of April. I>", for approvalof t j
'... -, same and for final discharge as .
-
i'< Administrator of the estate of


W.. 'C. (BILLY) POWELL E L l'c., this Murla Harold Will third of a W.c.Wall d.y'of L.WalL and Walk March.. Executor Administrator deceased 11(0.of the on- FRESH GREEN-, .


of the estate pf Murta E. WaU and SNAP ibs- I.
(Pd. Pol. .Alf :Kxfcutor deceased.of the Will of'W. L. Wall *, BEANS 2 29e \ 2 lbs 29e"t

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f.UJE TEN BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH .STARKK, FLORIDA THURSDAY, APRIL 7, ISMiO

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; F. ppn.. ,.. .. v _, ;.e. 1. :;.. .i, .. '- u -
Ga., visited 'here 'SUnday "with I Fran 5"Brown. V:** "- .Y YYYYYYYYYYTTTTYYY'NORTH yy1 i Cnld'No."?00'In'December. 158; 6f Court tq comply with the "dmlnfstratrtr-dtt'-1J oElx aan with

Mr. and Mrs. John Parker. Mr. and Mrs. M. Watterson ALSO I other term' of sale contained insaid I r Will annexed of the estate of Eve- I
TAMPIONBy l TAN D" PARCF.L 2i of Court. lyn K. Whrlan.I .
: Mr. and Mrs. c. isheely of spent two days 'at their cottagein SIDEBTMxs4ohn Begin oat the one-half-mile cornerbetween ;is, DOROTHY AGXES SWA.'BOYJ I I.U: 2t 4T

Hampton and Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Cedar Key last week. They Section IS I and -JJ, Town ..

61J' D. E. inn Tillis of Gainesville visited in rjld the cottage last weekend C [By:Debbie Phillips] Cowsrt run ship North 3 South S4, Range degrees!!JS East,minutes and I V FACTORY: PRICES

AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAaAAALePersonals Lake Butler on Sunday. and plan to go down this wee West for CO.O feet to a lighter I
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Callowayand to move their furniture.Mrs. A. AA AA.A .lAAAA aAA IAAAAAA AAA & .A&a.&" hub thence run South 0 degrees 04

daughter visited here Sunday Tracy Jones and Members, of the minutes East for 1,462.3 feet to an t
baby church met '
Glad Carrie :ron .thence run North 88 dfgreea'minutes : One Quart Each \
report Normansrback'home
Mrs. T. F. Brown and Raleigh i with Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Birt daughter left Waldo Tuesday this Thursday evening and reorganized ) East for 660.0 feet to a FREE
Brauinen visited in Ocala Satur ) again after a longillnesS stake, thence run North 89 degrees
I and sons. week to join Mr. Jones 'in San a Brotherhood and Women's3tissiOltary fj;; minutes East for 234.7- feet to r or Gallon you buy.
She
day with Mrs. Brown's sister Among those attending the Diego, California, where he is Union., Mrs. ,Lillian j ; had been away sincelast' the right of way of old State Roads I I

Mrs. A L. Sullivan who has Homecoming at Hampton Baptist stationed with the U. S. Navy.Mrs. Saunders. president of WMU May .\ 13, thence run Northeasterlyalong \
been UL I : '"MrsB.. A.. Shaw of Jacksonville West right of way of old 1 Prices Start at $2 qt.-$5.95 Gal.
Crouch last Sunday were Elizabeth Jones' parents, Mrr andMrs. gri rk of Black: Creek Association. tate Road No. 13 for 463.0 feet
Mrs. Jessie Chastain of Hamp- I Rowe Roberts Bell Rowe Adkins drove her to Tarnpa -' assisted the ladies in their reor- scent two weeks with her 'o a flake' (this distance; of 463.0 I
j ech-iri-a and daughter ''Mr .*ct is on the outside of a curve), PAINT STORE
ton attended the Florida state CARTER
!i Ruth Rowe Stein- MARY
Summers she took a plane for the tripacross' feanization; work. A film on mIs- hence run North Jl" degrees :39;
convention of county commissioners I hpuser and Joe all of }arid -Mrs. Russell Carter.. We enjoyed ilnj'os East for"a distance of
i Summers. the continent. ,iionaiy work and'an interesting 8th Ave Gainesville Fla. FR 6-7588
j 'hVr presence Home Missions Ii.! feet along the West right ot 501 NJW. ,
: in Miami for four days last |I Jacksonville.Rev. New building construction in program on WMU work was pre5tinted at. 'ay of old State Road No. 13 to a I t

eek. W. C. Hall of McAlpin this area is the farm home of by visiting ladies from I 'ariS. family night during taker:thence run North 88 dews -
Visiting her with Mrs. Louise the week;of prayer. ..- 06 minutes West for SJ1.71
? i spent Sunday here with Mr. and Homer Pearsall east of Hamp- the association. -
k
j 1. Mr. rand Mrs. 'Leon Starling of m to'a lighter but which is the'air. -=
Manirs have been Miss Helen I Mrs K. B. Wattterson. and was ton. Mr. Pearsall has completeda The guest speaker for the! of beginning containing 34'jnd j .= :
Briggs:, of South Carolina and at !Jacksonville visited Mrs. Starling's iS.100 acres more or less EX'KF'Tl.N'G -
speaker
I|: guest Sunday evening large masonry garage and is Brotherhood meeting was Rev.! j
mother. Mrs. Lois Carter.and' a parcel of land which I
Miss Virginia Dixon of
Georgia.
worship services at Hampton now at work on a masonry house. Gerald Suggs of Baldwin. j s the.property of the City of Lawy
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Rahmes I Baptist Church. New roofing work in the last few Refreshments were served 'by 'family during the ;weekend. and described as follows: -I

spent last weekend here with Mr. I: Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Brannen weeks has been done on Jimmy's i;,dies of the church after thej I Imeetbgs. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Harden-' :e'gln' at the one-half mile corner POLITICAL
trook and children of Miami, Between Sections 26 and 27, Town-
and Mrs. Marklee Norman. Mr.
Lakeland visited here Sunday Grocery. owned' the Braziers, .
i'tf| by i: iiip 5 South, Range 22 East and : VI
and Mrs. Rahmes have been living I'with. ; Raleigh Brannen, J. J.' and on the John Parker home t The date fox: the meetings of II Mr. and 'Mrs. Bill Gnann': Mr. "un North S4 degrees 23 minutes ,
: in Ohio and are 'moving I Iprannen i and "Mrs; Cecil Rowe of .Griff is Vest for :::::6.6 feet, thence run ,
and Mrs. T. F. Brown. both on the main street. these organizations will be the > West ,5
minutes
SouU degrees 37 -
back to their former home in Ft. Mr. and Mrs. Emory L. Brown Mr. and Mrs. E. l.. Birt have fourth Thursday of each month. 'd Loop, Mr. and Mrs. Carl*Brown '.,r 210.0 a fret, thence run South 84
Myers. and 'children of $tarke. J. B.Stcwa'.t degrees 23 minutes East for ::u .6
;
weekend in RALLY
i and sons spent last begun work on a new addition The quarterly WMU meeting 1
'
I and feet Uence run South 'S6 degrees :
Miss
Mrs. Vasco Busey of Valdosta. Jacksonville with Mr. and Mrs.That'8 tj;; their farm home southeast of will be held in Baldwin 'at the ; ; of" Madison' U minutes East for 13.0 feet, .
Ernestine Brow of Miami en- 'hence run South 88 degrees 15
Hampton. Mr. and Mrs. M. Orange Street Baptist Church !
j J.y d supper'with the! A. : minutes East for 562.5 feet to the I
a.fisht
Whitehead also have changed on April 19 at 9:30: a. m. Mr. ,. \\est right of way line of old State I
it I Our Business the face of theii- home just west Payne. director of Baptist Memorial w. 'Brown family at the State Road 'o. 13, thence run North 17 -
S Farm last week. degrees 39 minutes East for 218.19 i AND FISH FRY
4j41 Ttt u It's Glass We Hare It! of town, with a new coat.of. Hospital will be guest *Mr: 'and Tilrs.: Ivory Thompson. feet along the West right of way
white outside to the 'State Road \o.
paint replace weaker. A covered dish luncheon line o of.old 13'1 ,
fJ CALL WRITE or VISIT Bfair'' arid Joan" Thompson. Mrs. thence run North 88 degrees I '
former dark brown. Mr. and Mrs. will be served at the noon: hour.: I
West for 621.7: feet to the
W. A. Saxon have completed most Although the weather was not P.-B: Johns Mr. and Mrs. Harold minutes po>ut of beginning, containing 4 I The' ladies of the Theressa Communitywill
Joe Peters Glass Co. Alvarez and sons, Jimmy addGtegory'enjoyed ,-re\. more or less; and lying In I
a Fish
home
of their new frame on favorable Sunday, there was a /:a birthday dinner : the Northern portion of the Northwest I' serve a Good, Old Fashioned Fry.

their farm southeast of town Jarge attendance'at church ser-1 Quarter of Southwest Quarter Friday Afternoon, April 8, starting at 5
in of'E. C. [Ernie}
I 1h NEED in the I honor ( SWU) of Section 26, II
FOR ANY GLASS and plan! to move into it vices. Johns t's nday. Township-VW4 .of a South. Range 22 East PM.: Fish fried to your taste, plenty of

We Design Modern Store Fronts near future. | Cottage prayer meetings will Mrs Lois Carter enters a Jacksonville and also In the Northeast corners!i Hush-Puppies, with all the trimmings.The .
be heid by members of the of Northeast! Quarter of I
for
Just Mall Us A Pattern
CARD OF THANKS hospital Monday and Quarter (NE!i of SEU) of Section i Theressa ladies are preparing for 500
Table Tops churCh starting on April 11 and !., Tewfnship '5 South, Range 23
Reese'&ott will undergo treat- these fine ladies
let
Let's not
continue. throughout the week in Fart and lying West of old State I people.
1313 NW. 4th PL Gainesville Fla. Phone FR. 2-4353 We desire to express 'to our for revival services men{, in :a' Jacksonville :hospital Road No. 13; containing :32; acres, down!

kind neighbors and thoughtful preparation on Tuef day. We wish them 'a yiorp' or less; I ., .
friends our heartfelt thanks which will begin on April 19 at Speedy at the South front door of the II III ,-S ,
,
recovery. i.
8 p on Rev C. E. Baues, pastorof County Court House in Starke 1 S '
I
for their .many expressionsof Mf. 'Tgtid :MrS; Russell 'Carter Kloriila, at 1:00 o'clock P. M. on'' V a ?::'
sympathy. The beautiful floral Woodstock Church in Jacksonville and son.'Don Id. spent'the weekend April 11, 1960; that the high bidder I H a "
will be speaker for these la required to .deposit 10 per cent a ,
offerings were especially appreciated Jacksonville with Mr. and
the
bid at
pf the amount of his
services. Everyone is invited to
SAVE $3O37POLAROID The family of Robert C. Mrs. ..f. 'A.. Candella son-in-law pale and to complete his bid within i
attend. the time allowed by said Order SPACE-COMPLIMENTS: OF
B!dree. arM daughter of the Carters. .., THIS
Our choir will.be with the
Elizabeth Scott. infant daughter -
Hill Church Sunday I
Clay on
.... night, April 10. Rev. Winfred of.Mr. and Mrs. Reese :Scott CHARLEY JOHNS AGENCYStarke

is recovering 'from ,the. flu. .:CYPRESSJARDENS
Wilkinson of Mt. Zion Church : i

LAND. CAMERA KITSPECIAL WILLIAMS Till; have: charge of music here Others an: the sick list this _. Florida

r [and W! hope: to. have the. choir week. ,. ,, are'ilrs. Mertfe.. Gaskins... 'rs ; I
JEWELRYWATCHES of his church in our services. Vickie Hazen, Sarah Alvarez; 1- I

Rev. Wilkinson will also 'deliver "Mrs!."Sue nd rlYtli nfiir..
and Sapp. -=- -
the evening message. i, .U..J:3I..4l5.) ; 1'-" -
-'''D1 l\IONDS\ Charles Mosley is In the Bap- .' ... .'.

tist Hospital as a result of an I..':Tb*. Clrralt Court'Of' Florida

REPAIRS automobile accident. His friends Eighth JBdlrUI Circuit, IB .And d 1 u Southern States Construction Co.
For Bradford CoBBty.. IB Cha..ery .-
All Work GuaranteedA. ""wJl be happy to hear that he is .

C., Williams I rapidly recovering.. Isaiah Ptttewarj -Plain tiff, .vs. R v.CAPf
:
I Ii Beatrice Petteway, Defendant.! HOMES

142 W. Call St. i Replace your old tewin ma. To .Beatrice.., NOTICE Petteway residence I $$1395" I

Starke Fla. with Sinter Belt and address unknown. UP
chine belt a new
You are hereby notified that a LOW AS $31.16 PER MO.
from Denmark Furniture Co. U romplalnt for divorce has: been
*Ue<) against you,.and you are required J2iJ 4I11 II
to serve -a copy of your
FLASHBULB Answer of Pleading to the Com- TIME PRICE SAME AS CASH PRICE
SO-SECOND PICTURES INDOORS WITHOUT !
plaint of the plaintiffs attorney.;

a AMBULANCE SERVICEPHONE A Temple, J. THOMAS Avenue, JR.Starke, 203-205 Florida N. Only 6% interest. All Homes with No. 1 flooring and

WO.4-2600. un4- 'file;. the original Answer. 'or pressure treated. Floor joist on 16" centers. t
HERE'SWHAT Pleading: in -the offteeiof: the Clerk
t of the Circuit Court Home
DeWitt C.: Jones Funeral
thc-th .day of April 19SO., If you BLOCK.OR NO MONEY .
t: fail to do so, a Decree: Pro Confcssa. :
DeWitt C. Jones Registered Funeral Director .wlU be' taken against you FRAMESHEET DOWN
for the relief demanded In the See '
I ? n. .st keiFla., CotnnIa. f. .-' WE RECAP ROCK ExteriorELECTRICITY
Lone and .Ordered at Statkg f
You1 Rental Service: Hospital Beds, Wheel Chairs, Crutches Pl.irida.. this 15 day of March' A. 'Finished -Many
-, D JUl.SEAL TRUCK TIRES SouthernStates I
t ( ) andPLUMBING Ways, Even
Charles A. Darby I From 7.50x20 Thru 1
.
/1 GET Clerk Circuit CourtBradford' 10.00 x 20 1 With Care-free

jJL: .. County Florida. IF DESIRED Alcoa Aluminum j

&..\ V IT'S TIME \ ; A./J, '.,-.Thomas-By Deputy Jjarian'{ Jr.Clerk..L. Crosby t '- STOP TAKING ,

< V Attorney for Plaintiff. CHANCES Termite Shields At No Extra Cost
: V Py George fl. Pierce. WITH WORN
4 P. 6.'Box 943, Starke, Florida
( % FOR A CHANGE _'* 'SI17 4t 4/7 TREADS We Do Repair Work And Build Any Design f 1';

\...:..-- LEGAL IVOTICb Let Us Re-Cap Your Call Or Write For Free Information
Pealed s-Bld...Will Be Reeetred. I.
Office Of. A .'. S.,.. F.r Bantam Tires For Economy And I
i
Affair Florida State PrUoa,. ft
T. Aad Net Later Than ]10iO A. Safety! Southern States Construction Co.
..' M. April :otb .'.r,The Fellowlaa; 5 I
4. ,,T. ,P rnUk Ad ImttAll Alp c.- Dealer For !
dliiaalBK EqafpneBt, Per Florida A BEAUTIFUL 3-BED ROOM HOME ONLY

'. I Hoam-Aad Slate Prh.hit. JlMpiUl PafleMt ,Cllale.O erathi-4 Plan I NEW DUNLOP ; $2395.00 FULL PRICE

)May IU -Serared From Of fire._ 01
FAMOUS POLAROID :
THE
.,,,,,.. .I.t.' For Hnlae. Affair, TIRES, for 6 extras
LAND CAMERA MODEL 800: the"* J. ,, _. KlArlda t..t e Prl.... Proapeethe ji I Only. $49.86 per mo. yrs.--and you-get many
camera that gives you your ; : Bid..,. Mat VUit laatallatloaSit.
picture; on the spot in just 60 seconds -and now make .- :Aid HcKliter IIII'Ialt With : I
indoor pictures at night WITHOUT FLASHBULBS! I Offkw.-DirectInqalrU'. : Tel.: STARKERECAP: RAY D. FORTH

r Florida State Prison, p. o. Box :::1, I "
rr Phone 4307 Keystone Heights Fla.I
TAE REPEATING WINK-LIGHT: r Balford. Florida. CO. I : ,
,
cranes dark shadows automati- S3I! 3T 3.14rfx
V' .'- You Also Get Free Mortgage Insurance With
cally with a wink of light. Winks I
In The Cart -Tke-Coaatr Jadice, Temple Ave. .
1000 times on a single batteryand ctst' "Bradford CoaatT.. Florida.U.Prohate. Southern States
bulb, a saving of more than .- Phone WO' 4-0221 .

\100 io flashbulbs.! lpece. In ;Re Deceased.:. Eatate of .Guy Hadfey I .

To AU Creditors And Persons --
Hating Claims Or Demands Against .
.
,
.
THE DELUXE FITTED Said! Estate: ,t
.CASE: made of beautiful :You and each,of you are' hereby

saddle leather, holds the notUied' and. required to present
any claims and 'deraAids which
!\ camera, wink-light.and 9 you, or either of you, mar have
all accessories. agalast. the. estate of GuyHadley
Keerc, deceased, late of said Coun.
ty>to- the County Judge of Bradford wrt
t tt" _rat" ''f '7' t a. < County Florida at his office
ia the court. bouse of said County
': .5 ELECT GUY at Starke, Florida: within eight .. !
calendar months from the time of .
+ r kY ., the first, publication this notice.
Fat: .claim or demand shall be In 1l
8 ROLLS OF 3000 SPEED FILM: 15 writing' and :shall state the placeof <<
times more sensitive to light than residence and. post office ado r
previous films. Here are 64 pictures dr Mftf the daimant..'and shall be ..- 'I' ....
-a-i A. ..
wcra. to by the claimant, agent ;
take indoors, outdoors,
you can any attorney, and .such claim .
any or
where, any time, without flashbulbs. ANDREWSt demind. not so filed shall be void. '
f Haifa c'Rre; .: GRAND' OPENING
,- As executrix: of the Last -Will and .
.F ; '- 6 DELUXE' ENLARGEMENTS Testament of Guy Hadley Reece
fST-, 1 :':5' :x t deceased. ,
i enlargements'/: 4V ::! ; #\, First'pnbIIcation March 21, 1J<0. :
'
3131 4t 421
favorite
your pictures

; custom finished YOUR I iti.The. Coaatr, .J.dsele Court 'Of
S i and framed in Of j.Bradford ,c..t,.'Florida.la .
handsome studio Probate' .
a -
mount. "in''Re: Estate.of> Evelyn EWheUn -
;. also-known as Evelyn N. Whe- rill WASHdDRY!
Un- and as, Evelyn Xorstadt VThe*
Ian, D cealled. .t
NOTICE OF SALE.TAKE .
STAlE T TYOU
SENMORt :
.
PICTURES .
IN A MINUTE: the out '(:;: NOTICE that pursuant to --
standing book on 60-second photography : and In strict accordance with the
by John Wolbarst, deluxe bard t '4,. Order,of the County Judge's Court TWO DAYS 311 W. MADISON
'
cover edition, 372 illustrations published "t 1/1. '. ., Bradtord .County Florida: entered -

by Amphoto Inc. signed Warch' administratrix J5,' Ute, the.will vnuder-offer FRI. &SAT. 10 A.M. to 9 P.M. Next To

\ know, one man doesn't make an over- for sale ,at. public outcry to. the ,
Two handsome pocket albums and night change, but.wouldn't ;Jt be nice to.have highest and best ,bidder far cash, APRIL 8-9 WINN-DIXIE

cards 25 Postcarders with your to own make prints.personal post a a fellow ,in there PITCHING.-.FOR, YOlt'? I separately.-'each of Hand situate of the in followingparcela Bradford ... '. ." ,

,
I WOULDN'T BE SUCH A BIG SHOT, but my County.Florida PARCEL It to-wit :

y attention .and efforts WOULD NOT BE. IN A'parcel of. Und lathe Southeast
.f the ')lorthwe t Quartet
1 OTHER AREAS, and the only way I could of eonver the Southwest 'Quarter of,Section /V

TOTAL VALUE $197.32 ,make a name. for myself. would be by doing ;r East-Ztr; Township and more i particularly.Soutb. Range de- 5 ,

something .for YOU; NOT JUST.A FAVOR ti1brd'as follows:1'Begin at the V
... &>dheA9t. comer of the Northwest
ITE FEW. Let's it Huh? ,
; try ; Qaatier'of the Southwest Quartet
.
YOU PAY. $166.9$ f et-iteotion It, Township i. South t 1t
Ra.ng'S2t East thence run North e
I 4egre.. U minutes West for 1S2.4
., f .
-'i- J VOTE FOR AND.SUPPORT f et.Jto. tb8',East- UK fOr' *right o
way of State Boa JCo.,200 thencerllft
(X) GUY ANDREWS ; South 32 degree 17. minute'Wtat.'ttiong I i t ( .
YOU SAVE Bald East Tight- oi

$30.31T way line for State Road No.. 20for' 0
I # ; f60.6'teetthenee'ran North IS
: ; (Pd.'PoL \cL. ) "; > ..... .--.' '. ,degrees_ 4. missies East for 97.A a tie
<< '"
Bullington Studio & Gift Shop ifee{ : to the point of beginning EXEPT -
.. _.' .<.> .>' 'i:. "' ( the 'portion. 'thereof con-

'... _....... .. '-d.e we4 'f r- rleb fwayof State
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L TWELVE BRADFORD COUNTY. TELEGRAPH, .S1'A ire FLORIDA- nrrnSD.r.11r.' 7.l .. 191'
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.;.;... .... ....tntt.Tttttt..ttttTtttEW3 Mis. W. L. Morris The general I fIciest:r : of a. greater! 8c; urckj" ,ipI ke the Sunday former". Jean iighl-MrS.Endicott.Hall., is' 'sent the Weekend with her par- 'I I n Bar"neral Ninette.Delivery Alabama I I II I'i I Ii J-'P granted.r.. 1.If r you"1.r,tail i .n U<.>...d,.|>?<)sa lint he*-

pybhc is invited to attend. A I I which to wbr'shlp. { fiH ) 1:1118fr.: and Mrs. W L. Clark. .
Dfytit ,e
Hired
OF INTEREST TO COLORED AllenfLewis, of Cross City visit- Yvu are hereby notified that 'ree ] ru cin.rw w i:! iw f
: yuall admission will be asked at I IL'le The: weekly 'scheduled'' "actmtie ed I Ltatiile Ishon Davis and hisIfe.. against you f 'r the! rrUvf Jourina-
Y' I hhmother. Mrs. Amanda In Titr Circuit l'rt Of The Eighth Martha Jim}'* Davis hate filed a i-d In the ptt'tUm ;.C
CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY door.Carnation. I The general public is invited to Lewis, this weekend. JtidU-Ul Creak Of Florida !. petition in equity In, the above Witness my hand and s...al If
Club i attend. Mary" McBride, 't ,orl r.I Mv and, Mrs. Al Rain of'High ,\.. .'.r Br..r.nI c....,. la styled Court and cause for the adoption office at Starke. Bradford ( ..untT.

By Ozora Shell The Carnation Club will have I A very ,successful ,c$)nt s| was. Springs, and Mr. and Mrs. Larry I thaarrrr.Cat >.. l'v5ADOPTION : _- I land a minor of Lonnie and you Eugene are required Strick Florida this March II,. I960..
it!> arraual Easter Tea Fashion held at Ebenezer Church .71 ISEALIC1IARLES A. DARBY, Clerk
and Baptist of Answer
Sykes "of Alachua Ito i nerve a copy your
..&.uuu....... .u..uw . j 1s Parade I 'Mrs. were the' Sun- In He The Petition Of Lonnie : TH.tenses, or Objections said pttition of the Circuit Court Prad-
'------ -------- ---- on Sunday, April 13. on Sunday with Annette
I day 'guests'of Mrs. Mamie Hod- Il.1'i.on Davis! and his wife, Martha upon Theron A, Yawn Jr., I ford County, Florida.
Engagement AnnouncedMr I Mitchell Jr., Richard Albert An- I at RJE cafetorium. All participants I Phillips, reporting the highest "a- : .. N Jiiuje Davis, : a'th loners' attorney whose address' By Marian L. Crosby
and those wishing to model !mount and 'winning a' beautiful'ildl PCs.Mr. Fnr J I*' Post Office Drawer 781 Starke. l>eputr Clerk
and I
and I j
Mrs.
Randolph Alex- leI Chandler Jr. Mrs. The .
For further information Harvey Fipps and Adoption Of J.oonie Eugene i Flirida, and to file the orginallthereef There A. Yawn. Jrttorney
ander of Hampton announce the I about this club contact I tare asked to see President W. !| ious picture which was presented children of Jacksonville were '4 !-t fir k land. A Minor I ,with the undersigned Clerk .\ for Petitioners
I Brooks or any member of the I to her by the pastor;Rev.E : Order Of Publication And Notice : of said Court on or before April ( Vest Office Drawer 71Starke
engagement of their |: Sundayguests '
Char-
neice. of of
the : Mrs.
anv persons named above. H. E. .:e. 140. or show cause' in said Florida.
Kc Mae Williams to Jimmie -Ruft-5 Rilev Jr.., reporter. club and. give. your name .and j| D. Robinson. Over $170 was [.I Sakes. To Chester Eugene Strickland Court before said date why thi! 3,24;: 4t tIlt
Green cousin of Mrs. Margaret Easter Vacation type o dress. The affair will be-\I i raised! with special thanks to the 1 r Mrs. G. W. .Davis was in Gam- '
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Park of Lincoln City. Both are According to .lln announcement ,,jm: promptly at 4 p. m. and close I I I Fiesta, Club member for a donation ]i tsvi1I Saturday on business.I I -

graduates of RJE High and are from Principal Eddie Thomnklns, aiound 6 p. m. The membershipdrive of $17 which enables thej j i Mr! 'snd: Mrs. Hughey Crosbyof I THE
employed locally. The wedding I whnol will close for the Easter closed with the addition of club to report '$40. This 'will help]' Gainesville! were Saturday' DURING PAST WEEK- SEVERALOF

will be,'an event of midsummer I viraHrn on Thursday April 14, tars. Ranell English, 'yaung ma- the, pastor have plenty to eat at j,Ififiernoon: guests of the G. W, OUR CUSTOMERS REPORTED TO US
and J wjll be I jlron oi South Starke. We reach !i the State Baptist Convention ] Davis'ifamuy. : .
announced later. hind:11: rp-ooon on Tuesday i
Young Men's Club Organized Aril 19. Parents are asked to our quota$ for year which is 32' ''" which is now in session at West I I i Mr.and. Mrs. W. E. Bigham Jr t THAT THEY'WERE _INFORMED
I i .
utmbers. A very delightful meeting Palm Beach. During the evening's
History was made In Starke recently reserve these dates so that chil- I :and ,familyere guests of Mr* I
was held at the,Reno Theater ice the'sermon" was delivered -
when 15 young men decIded rf"f'n: Mil not )Pave home for and Mrs.' W. E. Bigham Sr. in
I on Monday with President Brooks by Rev George Lee. All Sunday '
to join their forces and or- aeat; +oi and "o other places and .Lakeland on Sunday.Mr. SLADE GAS WOULD NOT
in charge. All members asked School members asked ,
i are I are
Binlze a club for social and civic nt-to in trou1>!E". Remember. there and Mrs. R. K. Bigham I
to plan now to participate in I tc please attend rehearsals for
improvement In Bradford County. wilt rw no vhool "Oood Fr'dav"' : .and children were Sunday night IN BUSINESS.
:he Easter: program and the an- l Easter. .The 'program is being: CONTINUE .
They are interested in having at and "Easter Monday"staff re- [sacsts'of. the,W. E. Bigham fam- ,
least, fifty of the best and ztmne- W-rtf'r: I'I jrnversary celebration on the piacticed"-by' Flora Belle Hudson; ;:.il> while enroute to Washington a .
pst men'as fourth Sunday in this month. Mary Perdue,. Gwendolyn Robin- 'state.. '"
members. The club Primary Onrretta I i
!The sneaker for the day will be ion and supervised by'Mrs: Bertis -
has not set UD all the plans because The primarY department of I p: :Mr. and -Mrs- Paul Haltiwanger j jY
they want more new members P.TE will present an operetta in announced next week.A.. R. Robinson. The' Federation 'ofChurches ,Y iaud'children: visited the J. II, WE. WISH TO AGAIN CORRECT THIS ERROR!
to .Jenkins reporter : will not be' held until I Sullivsn;
take part in the planning. hm acts. "Cinderella's Slipper". i family over the week- .
Fiesta Club the first Sunday In due to -
May
: j
They meet at the Reno Theater T.ipsdav. Anril 12. at 8 p. m. inR.IE ieud.i Mrs 'Haltr*anger, remained :
: Plans being made for the activities in" the ,
i are the Ester > com-
each Friday night at 8:30: m. Cafptonum. The nrincinal J i i for a'visit. I IMi.
All p. birthday" celebration of members munity. Mrs. Juanita, Albert i I .''and' Mrs. Paul The Following Truths You Can Depend( On;
To'insr men 18 and over are phara<*ters are: Cinderella Car- I; Haltiwanger I
;i born during the first quarter of Jenkins gave birth tot a boy this I I''
I II
j: vited to make appliration and "Ivn '''Thomas: stenmother, Shir- of Panama City, and Mr. and
the ear-Jan., Feb, Mar. The week at Bradford County Hos-i-j :
Mrs:7J.! ,
H. Sullivan
'cin.! The followine officers have 1p\ Rowru stepsisters Gloria were visitingIn
)>"en elected;' president Willie Co* ansi Juanita Tavlor: Prince I party will be held at Wateroak pital. She is the wife of 3.Ha-Cv'I Lake Butler Sunday,afternoon. 1. Slade Gas is a, stronger compmy today than it has ever been.

Pittracn.: Jr.. vice-oresident. Alfred Anthony I>Sue: Fairy Godmother I School President on Ethel Saturday Young April and her 29. Jenkins wail. The USN Junior stationed Angel In Choir= 'i Mr. and Mrs. Clyde FUtch andfamily We will continue to 'serve Starke in the future as w ehave. in

||t Griffin: recording secretary, Deborah Ann Marshall and 'husband. Harry, celebrated their I II sang in Green Cove Springs, last of Jacksonville visited Mr. I the past with the best and service san obtain
Jimmie Green r financial secretary Bettv Davis: Lord. Hieh Cham- and Mrs. George Tetstone and I gas you any:
ninth wedding anniversary received much app '
last Sunday and
,.' Alfred Lee Baker, treasurer.an berlin Ricky Phillips. The spon- I Saturday night and received p'ause.' They were accompanied ::Mrs;: Ruby Allen and family SunI4ay' place.
> Holmes, chaplain. John oiing: teachers are: Mesdames Ahandler. :I afternoon. .
I many beautiful and useful gifts. by: Mesdames G.' M. Jones, S. Albert 1
Henry Hudson: business manager, (. A. G MofMt.. B. J. 1 l We wish to express our heart-
Mis. Edna Baker is home doting pianistl
at
and A. C. Wright
John Henry ,ffelt' sympathy to Mrs. H. 0.1 2. If wish to convert from natural to LP-Gas will
Green; reporter Rufus Lennon. M. L. Paul D. B. Jackson I fine and expects to join the Ruby Albert and director, Ranell !i you gas we
Blown
Riley: members Pleamon ; I. C..relson.! : and M. J. Lee. ,I I on the loss of her hus- the in home' without
club in attendance at the next English and your reporter.Antioch ; band last ,week.. change, pipe your charge to you.
Albert Eddie Holmes Jr. under the direction of
Simon Music is meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Baptist Church held !
Mr:'and Mrs. S. B. Smith visited -
I ."Blye will be hosts for the next cidination services for Bl'o., Willie
meeting. 'Pernella Cummings, re- Brown at 3 p. m.,Sunday/, ;;Sermon.::' Trenton, Mr and Sunday.Mrs. Wiley Bass in 3. We; will be competitive in pric You won't, save money changing

Elect a "Goodman"FOK )porter.Ihurston. eras: delivered by Rev. E. D. Rob-'; Mrs. Ernest Lester and daughter from Slade Gas. '
School News ministers participating -
inson. Other
;, Ernestine, and-Betty SueNorton
On Sunday at 2:30 p. m., a in the ceremony were Rev. attended flower show

Youth program will be held at A B. Vinson and Rev. J. p.1[l fat, the Hotel Thomas in Gainesville 4. We sincerely) believe our service will be superior. You. can,: now

Eucnezer Baptist Church. The Franklin. Deacon Brown and his.. Sunday afternoon. service from Slade Gas 24 hour basis days each
hand of i' get on a seven
SJtst: speaker will be Miss A. B.Aaderson rife were given the. righ Mr and Mrs. Junior Witt and r. .

The Job! of Anderson Junior fellowship; after the ceremony. I| family 'visited Mr. and Mrs. week.
High School, Lawtey. Mis.: S. C- they are now deacon and'deacon- I i Howard Wait in Gainesville Sunday -
Price principal is asking all pa- ess:: of the church. Mrs. Brown is I

trons and community friends to KH> president of the choir and 1 i Mr.aiternoon.J. E. Townsend was in 5. There is no gas' better than LP-Gas. The pressure is steadier,
come out and hear the little folk pastor's aid club. A total of, $18 I .; .' liri x t; t u sJrnit*
Seeber ''Palatks weekend "cu. ft.
I over the on it is a clean gas, it is hottert per
F as well as the visiting guests. You was presented from her club_to t i r business.l ,
can expect a rare treat at this the pastor for his trip to West'' Severat little friends of Barry

Ij\dr program according to an an- Palm Beach and'Sister Truly Allen ,Cark 'helped him celebrate his 6. With Slade Gas, you will continue to be a part of the great
iouncement Mrs. Annette B. $5 too, the pastor
D. by presented (fourth birthday at the commun- free that has made country'great. Let'slet
Piiillips on last Sunday at Anttcch from the choir. An enrollment of Wednesday afternoon. enterprise system our .
icy center: ( '
Baptist Church. She stressed $20 was sent for the, church anda i] air; and Mrs..DaveGreen: were other countries have socialized business, -- we don, 'believe
are importance of supporting the donation of $2745! was given to j I.dinner guests of. Mr- and Mrs. >

Goodman youth movements in the entire the pastor by the church whichdid II Julian Green in Jacksonville Sun-. m it.
county staff reporter. not include his regular sal-

uurch News ary. Rev. Lee will deliver one of tray.iSrTGene Andrews of Jackson- 7. 'Slade Gas is non-toxic. .
I I Rev. Lewis McKay and his congregation the seimons at the convention. t vifle visited Mr., and Mrs. WilburA'4drevs
had glorious time last is being held on
Fort a Easter practice (
r this week. .
Sunday starting with Sunday Monday, Wednesday and Fridayat I h; Mr. Edwards of Jackson-
I School At 11:30: a. m. Rev G. Jenkins Elementary:from,"'now,{,(v Vine visited Harry his mother, Mrs. Lot- CA II CI t 1 A nE
For the Finest in Gas
I G. McArthur delivered an educational until Easter. Mesdames Emma lie' Edwards, this ..weekend.Mr. Service L L 5

COUNTY COMMISSIONERDISTRICT sermon to the youth; at Williams, M. J. Lee and 0.. R.I : and Mrs...W.-B. Mizelle Sr. 0< "
3 p. m. Rev.: .S. W. Wite'' and his Shell 8 re in charge. Parents" are I and Mrs. Marjorie' Lascola and

members from Free Caanan added asked to send their childten.promptly ,!jc&ldren of Wetherington and NEXT DOOR TO WINN-DIXIE ." ZONE \ 'O 4.3551
3 County at Large to the inspiration of the day: at 5 pm. A. Williams,\ fJ-. and 'MrS. Zedra McCloud of

and at 7:301: hi.the building fund, reporter. : r\JacksonYilte; :wer luncheon! guests
[drive was held with} the captains Allen Chapel A. M. E. ChurchRev. "
lie will serve the entire county impartiallyand of. the"W. B, Mizelle ;Jr. family. "
: making wonderful rePortS. A 1,. A.. Sampson, pastor will l frs Pansy Strickland of La-
to the best of his ability. I grand total of $413,44 was raised hold< regular services; on 'Sunday I' _'_ sse was Sunday night guest

1 by Sarah Prince, Rosa Green starting with ,Sunday; ',School at Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Douglas I With
(I'd. PoL Adv.) I and Louisa Lindsay. We wishto, 10 a. ra. Assistant Supt. Fannie 10fl family. He Stayed Us

thank everyone ,who,aided in our Morris in charge.' Trustee activities ilrs. Rosa Pinholster and Mrs.

I :. _', fund raising_ program' .in the in- will be held throughout 'the I iv A F. Wiggins were visiting Mrs.
day. Principal Eddie Thompkins.! 'Jom' Edward'in"the hospital in ,,. .
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t' chairman: of the board is askingall Gainesville Sunday afternoon.

members to please- attend and I '
Foley
of
Mr. J. L. Thomas $
cooperate fully.j E. Jqiv; <>ns,5,re (.ak. 'soent last week with Mrs. Lets "' :
I :
Sheriff porter
Your
Grover Thomas. Mrs. Thomas returned ,

yy..w.. ....rr..rrrr.rr. I i home with him to spend, .. .
t t4o weeks. I

iMrs. Beddie Conerly. of Hague
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BROOKE \fited Mrs. Mattie Bowells< and A. 1

P. D. Reddish tI By bhirley Jrwn "I'Mrs. Butler Sunday atternoonbMrs. A '.1

I + T.Y.. Markey and, Shirley StayWith
.A1 L..u1AAA.w..u i AI 11 Green were in Lake Butler

!oh J business Thursday.-"
Mrs. Larry Brown and son,,
,:', 1 Mr. and Mrs. T. Wry Markey
ASKS RE-ELECTION John of Gainesville, Mrs. J.'C .kre
\ ; Mr. and?.Mrs. J. T.
t visiting
Han ell and daughter, Hilda, and l : ., "
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Mis. Loca Waters were the weekend Aylor and family in:Palatka re- No favoritism between

'I ., his two coun-
guests of Sgt. and Mrs. RoswEll -' ctntly. .Y'
ON HIS W. Waters in Sylvester Ga I and ties -' not even a
: J IIr. Mrs. T. W. ;Markey Hi.
remained for several, dividing line-Just
Mrs. Waters
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'dpd Mrs. Iva Douglas' wer in
Record Officer .1 weeks visit.PreEaster. : the 15th Senatorial
as an services will be held: I Jainesville Friday ohO:bnsmess. District

each night next week at BrookeBaptist : Miss Mamie Clark 'of ,Lake City

Chuich. Services will begin -,1 I ., -
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at 8 p. m. Several churches dl t 1 '
In coming before you as a candidate for re-election as Sheriff of Brad- from the surrounding communities f ELECT DON'T GIVE UP 22 YEARS S OF

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ford County, I repeat my pledge to operate the office in a progressive ale participating.We .

and efficient manner, in view of the fact that my department. ire proud of our Brooker !I.. W. R. (BUSTER; )

is responsible for the safety and welfare of each and every citizen. Bowling'team. They won second' i

I am constantly striving to keep pace with a rapidly growing' county pace). *n i in the Gainesville City 'Bowling last Tournament week.- I Experience Seniority Prestige
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and to prevent any growth in crime by maintaining i ?,n alert The members on the team were HANCOCK .

and competent team of deputies. Mrs. Grace Bigham, Mrs. Jean '

Douglas, Mrs. Carolyn,DyaL Mrs i. f INVALUABLE ASSETS
Lea Temple and Mr!. Lucy Ed :.
.iiiiij I am proud of my staff and the cooperation they give me in maintaining wards. 3 .

a high quality of law enforcement in Bradford County. We. Mrs Mattie Barry returned .

are on call 24 hours a day and are ready to work around the clock, home Sunday after spending a: f fI FOR OUR HQ mm

if necessary, to give you and yaurs the protection you deserve We week with Mr. and Mrs. Bill ff

are in full cooperation with all other law enforcement agencies; Hendricks in Jacksonville. ,
both locally and statewide, and !'maintain the most modern'radio Mrs. Jackie Clark. and : son, f They Have Meant Much In The Past
weekend with
facilities and other first class equipment to insure a 'safer Brad- Barry; spent the

ford County for our citizens. I am proud of the fact that last year sonville.:Mr. ana Mrs. Alan'Land in Jack- I They Can Mean Even More In The Eutyre

I undercut my budget by $7,000 and took in a record $44,000in Mr. and Mrs Lloyd Barry a, F Yi' b

fines and forfeitures. This means that the county. spent only $9- were dinner guests of 'Mr, and '

i .000 for full-time law enforcement .I Friday Mrs.' Wilbur night.Barry in Gainesville I it t 'STAY: \ %IITH T I' CHARLEY E .


Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Barry were .,r
Most of,you know me well. I ,am a native and lifelong resident of diner guests of Mr. and: Mrs The Or.ly fully qualified '

Bradford County. Married to the former Ruth Sapp, and fathe'rof JImmy Crosby in Starke, Saturday
candidate for
seven sons '.'. Member of Florida Sheriffs Association, National .; mght. 'EN:

Sheriffs Association,' and Florida Peace Officers Association ,. *. ;, Mr. and Mrs.' Lloyd' Barry:visited COMMISSIONER

Member, Primitive, Baptist Church, and Starke Rotary Club. \" Mr. and Mr Willis. Beach to l '
OFAGRICUiTURE
"f' High Springs Sunday.

i \ Mr. and Mrs.. Clyde Robertson !

and family and Mr. and Mrs L.

Capable Alert Experienced -, Efficient. C. Robertson and baby of lakeland t: Svcctafal formtrFbril : FOR STATE SENATOR

.. t epent the weekend with lu.i"eII MI.t :
Mrs Rachel Green and the Dick' Uucet, r. SchslaI -
Rauletoon family. I I. S. D.9f h Ayricaltorti HE IS FOR THE 15th DISTRICT-FIRST, LAST, & ALWAYS
i 'u.tnaC .... '-' .

Mark Your Ballot for Sheriff P. :D. Reddish!() hi John We Lake are Freeman Butler.sorry to is in hear the that hospital Mrs. i Meri.. VlftNa Family; M.> YOUR ACTIVE SUPPORT AND VOTE, ON 1AY" 3

Lass nceiJ.f wlfltu ...me.Ie .. '
Mrs Amanda Lewis and Edward I Li Florida AlricaJtwre EARNESTLY SOLICITED. AND DEEPLY APPRECIATED
Endicott -visited' Mr. andtllrs. i I -
foe hr
(Pd. Pot .\tW) t Lamar Hall .atul new )rally II Ciaptlsn in. Treuonr. -*-.-i(.Pd.! ... PoL. Ad.__ ) _
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,.4 f PEATECOSTAL HOLINESS) I tow evening I Friday] at TheressaI I F
-5': i CHURCH I daughter Mr. and Mrs. Lamar f cent's Hospital in Jacksonville
:F, ryu' f: !, I in the community center at 7:30p. II I Reddish of Umatilla and then i recently and has been in the lo-
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;, : 'Sunday: School, 1C a. m.; Morning m. George Fonzo Prevatf will son and daughter-in-law. Mr. +!' cal hospital since Tue day even

CHURCH NEWSMethodist ei <; Worahtp. '1 a.m.. fcvang! i i begin followed by A. J. Thomas i and Mis- Clinton Norman ol; tag of last week. ,

; ,:: \\i i ic ..Ustic I"rvices. 1n x>. m. Jr. There are 24 speakers seheI I Jacksonville. Also on ,the sick list are two of
Wednesday: 'doled for the evening. Hope the 1 Mr. folks, little Mike Norman
Pmyer MeetingIIEILBRONN and Mrs. j. W. Lee and[ our young -
; !:; : r "::'. ;:'": i weather isn't 'as nasty as lastI ;, ;!chilJrenisiIt'd Sunday with Mr. son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold

..' ....Y9 r.rrn.rrnt.r.... I I Friday. (Le 's father, Rev. Walter Lee,,, Norman, and little Sonny Hen-
J We were happy to have Rev.. and of grandson of Mr. and Mrs. E.
( 4 I ; family: South Florida. son
Church Presbyterian ChurchSunday "" ::"3'1 3'11. : 1t I I i, Otis 1'. Jones in Heilbronn. Haney and I visited Sunday C. Jol-ns. Mike contacted blood-
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.. : Church .
; Sunday. He suffered
an
Church School. 9:45a. : ? )-; ""' with my grandmother, Mrs. J. M. poisoning and Sonny has the
Schedule for week of April 10: I t '!eye injury earlier in the week t
;& Flick and uncle Elmer chicken-pox
m. Morning Worship, 11 a. m., .. ;'q. t i, my ,
Sunday Church School, 9:45a. : '-Alone with God." Holy Com- .i"A'kV", ;.. AJf Uy Mm. Harvey 31tCartbyw..wy..y..Y9 \hen'a piece of steel flew in hU. ''Fraliek, of Providence. I j I wouldn't want to close with-

m. Morning Worship. 11 a. in. maion. Meeting of the Diaconate "-' .' ': "t Ii eye during his employment in S, SunJay guests of Mr. and Mrs. 'out telling you that we received
d'r ; .
Diue-A-Mite
snack supper for. 2:30: p. m. Meeting of the Session Brien. C. (lEiniel 1 Johns were the phone Saturday. The number
youth. 6 p. m. Youth Meetings, 3:30: p. m. Youth Fellowship. } Howdy Neighbors! :A large The WMS ladies held a business 'IE.. raid daughter-in-law iris, WO92981.. It's not in the new
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$::30 p. m. Evening Worship '7:30.6 p. m. Evening Worship, "Great '.1 crowd gathered at Mr. Bill's : meeting at the church last I jund Mrs. Clifford Johns, and dnectory so make a note of the

p. m. I Voices of Faith; Anne Askew," j store 'ast Friday evening for the I Wednesday evening with Mrs. R. i family of Jacksonville. number and call in your news.
Tuesday: Guild No. 1 will ,
tL. Morgan, vice-president pre- Mrs. Lois her I'll] be calling as usual.
: 7:30: p m. political j[ Cox sisters you
( rally. Due ':
mtet in Fellowship Hall at 7:30: to the show- j ding. .
Misses Rosa and Edith Moore,
Wednesday -Midweek
Service
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1-. in- with" Mrs. Ruth Johnson1: 730: p. m. 1 jera I and downpour, many persons 1! Birthday greetings are etend- I sited with their nephew and i CARD OF THANKS

and Mrs. Gertrude Hoffmeuter !i, FridayMen's Work Night 7 t heard: the'spl'3.kers from. their !)red to E. C. [Ernie] Johns whoiwas I'\'ife. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas t
as hostesses. Guild 2, will meet at Evangelist: i with With gratitude, we
j Song Leader from honored a birthday | deepest
i cars or I Ralfoidfjimdaj
I p. m. Choir practice, 8 p. m. under the porch I Moore and family of i
the home\ of Mrs. Robert Mullinsat i drainer in his home last Sunday. W..sh to thank all of our friends
7:30. with Mrs. C. C. Johns as I To Conduct Methodist (14 i the store. :, !I I relatives and friends fromI afternoon. '(
I Revival l Don't { Many I Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. for their kind and loving words
co-hostess. Circle 4 will meet I forget the rally tomor- .
the and Jacksonville
atj 1 HIGHLAND i I'I community R. L. (Billl) Reddish were Mrs.Jot+ sympathy, the beautiful floral
8 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Evangelist Maurice W, Stevens Rev. Stevens Is from Wilmore were present to help .Mr. Johns '
BAPTIST CHURCH j Delorcs Carmichael Mr. and Mrs.
Drew Reddish. I (leftI and Eldon Neihoff hOng': Ky. and has been in the field of 'celebrate his 72nd birthday. pitces! and assistance m our recent -
School !M. L. Beach and Miss Janice
Sunday .45
Wednesday 'Prayer Meeting Morning :1 a. and m. leader and youth worker will evangelism since 1953- He served BRIGHTEN' UP! i{t Mrs. Lois Cox and daughter t Hayes all of Jacksonville ( sorrow.-"e family of O.

and Bible Study, 7:30 p. m. 'I';,7:30 p. m.Worship Prayer Meeting a. m. each conduct revival services at the in the Far East with the Army Painting and. Decorating I I!Linda. and Mrs. Cox's sisters., i 'Very glad to report that Keith :''E. Stansbury.

Thursday. Prayer group in : Wednesday, 7:30: p. m.' Rev. First Methodist Church startingAu'il Medical Corps irj World War)I At LOWEST PRICES iI I Misses Rosa and Edith Moore 'Reddish>h is improving steadily -
Ladles Bible Classroom, 9:30 a. 14 and continuing through and has travelled extensively in
I George Chasm pastor. Everybody CallDAWKIII'S ; visited In Jacksonville Saturday. : and rray be able to come home
m. Chancel Choir rehearsal 7 p. welcome. the 24In. Europe and the Bible lands.: TilE RIGHT rOINY for Uw
m.. Services will be" held twice Rev. H., O.: Boyette, pastor of I The Painter '| Visiting with Mr. and Mrs. I frcm the Bradford County Hos- way you write., (lame In and M.

.Revival services begin Thursday I CHURCH OF CIIRIST daily, at 10 a. m. and 7:30: p. m., the church, extends an invitation 414 E. South St. Frank Norman during the weekend i pital the first part of this week. led your favorite ESTERRROOK

Apr. H.} at 7:30:' p. m. and I Charles Thorpe Minister Monday through Friday, with a to the public to attend all ser I were their son-in-law and :' He underwent surgery in St. Vm- Fountain! Pen. TELEGRAI4H.I .

will continue through Easter until -I,I Bible Study 10 a. m. Preaching special youth service at 7 p. m. vices. -
Apr, 21. Everyone Is invited. '
<1 11 .
I an Communion. a. m. Evening COMMUNITY CHURCH I
)t. Mark'I.EpiscOJ8'
to attend them'services.
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Service, 6:30: p. m. Midweek Bible KEYSTONE HEIGHTSDr.

PARK OF THE I I Study each Wednesday 7:30 p. m. .Mrs.Albert J. C Hetherinrton, Holt Minister Sunday Rev. Ra Services.d ft AIaeBlabI 9:45 a.ra, THE CHURCH FOR ALL .-- ALL FOR THE CHURCH

BOATDRAIN BAPTIST CHURCH Church School; 11:00: a.m. Mom .
PALMS Organist and Choir Director
Ing' Prayer and Sermon.
Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn- Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Morning -
Holy Communion-First Sun-
ing Worship. 11 a. m. Training
The Wheaton College Women's.I Worship 11:00: am
I' day 11:00 a.m.; Third ,
Sunday
Union, 6:30 Evening Wor- ,
Glee Club will be heard in a ,' : p. m. ':30 ajn.Wednesday.
I .
concert at I's hip, 7:30: p. m.. EVERGREENBAPTIST:
Park-of-the-Palms.j J 4 i Prayer Meeting, Wednesday, -'7:00: p.m. Choir .
Keystone Heights CHURCH
on Thursday, ? i
Practice 7:45
; and I 1
Litany
pan _.
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Apr. 14. at 8 p- m. The 38-mem- !j 7.30 p. m.Pastor Sunday School 10 a, m. Preach Bible Study ., r'''r'
her: musical group has sung in II. Rev. Barney Sweat ing 11 a. m. Training Union 6:30p. :. ;; ;' !I s t

every state and Canada and is i Everyone Welcome.St. m. Preaching 1:311 p. m. Prayer 1JADISON.STREET BAPTIST >;: ." < .W

now making. a tour of .the. south- Edward's Catholic Church Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p. m. CHURCH..' [ i.
land. Starke Florida Wednesday Bible study, 7'30 900 Block W. Madison St. ; J t.I.''

Selections for the three-part Sunday Mass at 10 a. m. p. m. Sunday School 9:45: Joe Wood, .
program' to be presented here include -
Holyday Masses &t 8:30: a. m. & Superintendent.
a variety* of anthems andsiJ1i'Uuals 5:30: p. m.Weekday. NEW RIVER Morning Worship. 11:00.:
with emphasis on music Mass at 8:00 BAPTIST CIIUPCH Union ,
: a. m. I Training 6:15, Jim Har-
appropriate, to the Easter .sea- Confessions: Saturday 7 to 8 ; Sunday School, 10 a. m. Wor- ten, Director. ,( .
eon.The P. m. Alp Hour, 11 a, m. Eventof Serv- Evening Worship 7:30. '.' 4:

public Is invited to attend Baptisms, marriages and Instructions *x, 1 p. m. Prayer Meeting eact Wednesday, Prayer Meeting

the concert. by appointment. Wednesday, 7:30: p.m. 7:30.J BUilT

H. Mabry, Jr., Pastor.
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GRACE METHODIST CHURCH

LAPTEV. FLORIDA r, 4 ON

T Sunday Sunday School, 9:45a. : ,
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11 "' ':' m. Morning Worship, a. m., .
Evening. Service, 7:30: p. m. i ;: {: : ; ,

Wednesday Youth Fellow- .,. '..V : .0.
tJiiip and Choir Practice, 7:30: p. fi ; .;. '.1.11.:
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FAITH BAPTIST flHUlW: : ,
LawteyA. 'j t _
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p&& a.
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Massey Pastor .

Bible achool, 10 a. m. ,
Preaching, 11 a, m. & ..t-.,
LEAST. i,
PRICED THE .
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Evening Service, ?:30 p. m. ;, -
: ,
: Bible study and Prayer Meetag I I .- .r JS arty;

Lr 7:50: pm., Wednesday. j I .
w -- ItlE CHURCH tOR ALL ,
: Radio program, 8 to 8:30: a. '
j jno ALL FOR THE: CHURCH; '
r f',,, : each Sunday over station
rs'a a\ vVRGrt. Starke. I I The Clttfd M the |rtlc4 factor o.
...11. foe it* I U>IA.| .f chnxs.r ...Jeilil
food .oLp.; It u storehouse of
CHURCH UP GOD Is this lighthouse built sand S. -
.,: ... pmlul allits.U'llhcul *stroll!L ..rrkotilher oa .
; .- : Sunday School, 10 a. ni..MornIng desperae1 tot civtCulio na so! AU you can see at its base i* sand.

"I: '. .:';-w! : Worship, 11 a. m. Sunday ...,.in. !.f* arc' (_ 'Dual ruoas Actually this towering structure is built oa I
,r : / '. Evening Service 7:45 p. m. YPE why every penal thould' aural milts rock. Underneath these dunes of sand is a rocky
: :. ",;' Service Wednesday.. 7:45: p. m >.(....1, .>4 "'i|>.p.rt doe Quick. They ledge, firm and enduring. The sa.nd. may "b*
h e arc: (I) Far ku 1/N. tU. (2) For lusduUm't carried away by sea or wind, but this lighthouse
Prayer Meeting Friday, 7:45 m. I
r p. Mle. (3) far die laW of Ucaaunuutjr will stand secure. There's a rock a firm fouada
I r' }t.- a' j ,. .. tad aloa.! ((4) For die taLc tion, underneath!

HOPE BAPTIST 'CHURCH I at the Chunk itself whack andi hit Some people look at the Church and see Dell)
met*! old m...ri.1 l wpport. PU. top
sands-Kif -
Sunday Sunday School 10a. sand. They see the shifting custolJlto -
ciuuck Mfululjr ..d .ud your Bible and fashion-and pile
} m-, Morning mesage 11 a.. m. d..il passing personalities tip
and wash away around the Church. "Why is it
Training Union 7 p. m. Evening ..' '. still standing?" they ask-for they see only sand.
M-D I message 8 p.: m. it r .' I liar kb ch.pWr l Vpa
IJ Monday .- Bible Joy Club 4 The Church would have fallen long ago werf
+. t nadir MuthtwM Il-tO it built on anything so fickle as fashion, so casual .
:; 5p.m. '
I lt ... > y tU* U.JC/ Tb
TIIeIday Mtukt* IS 1.23 as custom, so impermanent as mere r u.*
a.a Wednesday Prayer Meeting W iaad.r VUnkr 1S 2442 Church is built on rock, firm and enduring. It ,
1:30: p. m. Choir Practice 8:30p. t Tkunj r Mirk I 1-20 will stand secure for all ages, shedding light and :
i ih1 ;tr m. Pastor: Samuel S: Cuth- : :; Friday. wit 1 21 w imparting strength to all who are guided by it.

yA-r' .. t"J trt. Choir director:' Fred. Dodd. .. It stands on the "Rock of Ages the divine personality .
Invitation of Jesus Christ and. His message of hop
;; is extended to all( I
7 I =? for all mankind. ;:
who will join us for these ser- .

f i \ ces. I ::''t. : :. Copjrnj/it DM, Ktittir Ad,.Struct Sfr..6u/4. Xa.

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'S e .. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH I .. '. v'p.-." :v...>< Z'';;,>. : ;;;<<":;;iZ9z2; ::';" ; w.mi J: -1

Car Call & Christian Street
rT"t ,xs ; ,N, ark, .. Bob L. Badeett, Minister $w.: u.>,.ifo>t_.:..;19r.; r: ri{mat+ _ar.Y. rrravrv a.aia.' :::+.. .
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Sunday School. 9:45: a. m. Worship .
and communion 10:45 a. m. :: These Vital Messages Sponsored As A Public Service

Q 4CJO Chi Rho, 5 p. m. Choir Practice, .
> mte .
6p.m.CYF,7pm. .
Wednesday, '7:30 p. m. New I
} Training! for Service / ,

t JOHN A. TORODE
t HAMPTON CHRISTIAN GASOLINEFUEL; GREASE'

CHURCH ...',. \p;
I OIL DISTRIBUTOR FOR KEROSENELUBRICATION
Sunday Bible School. 10 \

R, vg $ m.; Morning Worship, 11 a. a'l; MINERAL

Evening service 7 p. m., and .
er meetng every Tuesday at 7:30p. : OILS SPIRITS :

m. JlmV' Ite. pastor. .' .
:' HOLDS THE MOST. 1 I .v..'

4 CHURCH OF JESUS ClmlSTJATI'Dt -", FIRESTONE TIRES ., INSECTICIDES
DAY SAINTS :::=v
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Service each Sunday in old
IN A FULL-SIZE WAGON! You'd never know it by looking, but this is Masonic Hall on E. Call St Sun FOR .KEROSENE OR FUEL OIL .

America's west-prkd/uH- -*ze wagon! Its 97 cubic feet of loadspace is day School 11L m. Sacrament Madison '
' the in its field. Extra-wide with bind Service .:30 and Cherry St. PHONE WO 9-2011 Starke,; Fla.
.. biggest rear gates open easily, one to : p. m. Everyone welcome. ,
:: '. make loading a cinch.And this Ford Ranch Wagon is built for people. You ;

get a foam-padded front seat, plus leg, hip and head room to spare. And it's AIR PARK BAPTIST CHURCH

built for savings, too. It thrives on low. t regular gas. A Full-Flow oil Sunday School 9:45: a. m.: MornIng -

: filter lets you go 4,000 miles without an oil change. The aluminized muffler Worship U' a. m.. Training I GUY, ANDREWS WESTERN AUTO S M TTY S

normally lasts twice as long as conventional types. And .its Diamond Union 6:45: p. m. Evening Worship -.

.!r 'e. Lustre Finish never needs waxing. row omswa, .- 8:00: p. m. Midweek Prayer Real Estate Associate Store Barber Shop

;' 1 l'. .snd.........II...................1101rlMd tria'" Service Wednesday ?:30 PL', m.
Everyone welcome.MISSIONARY.


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Sunday School: a.m. Morn- Denmark Furniture Co. TERWILLEGAR

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IT'S rash Wednesday 7:30 pjn.; Every.* Of Starke
Your Ford Dealer
NATIONALNEW N. L. WOODBURN Authorised
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girl'NOWI In FORD'S Wagon Wonderland ASSEMBLY OF GODD. EDWARDS' GIB BROWN'S Community State Bank I!

P. Burress. Pastor

TERWILLEGAR MOTOR CO: Morning Sunday Worship School ll 9:45 a.: nuEvenBeJistie a. m.- I Grocery and Market Service Station Of Starke. II I


STARKE, FLORIDA I! 'Service' 7:30: *p. ra Wednesday J r

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