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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 14, 1960
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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w Fate Brown of Starke,. former U. S. 301
I right-of-way, north and south and six secondary

chief deputy sheriff of Bradford projects were included in a resohltion'passed by the

County, was found guilty Tuesday 1 r f fF Board of County Commissioners at a special meeting Monday

Andrews Johns t by a U. S. District Court jury in night requesting the Florida Development .Commission

j Jacksonville of conspiring to pos r- I to issue $1,750,000 in revenue bonds to finance improve-

At Graham RallySenator sess, manufacture,, and sell moonshine -' ment projects in Bradford County.U. .

.| whiskey. PAF&' ,. S. 301 right-of-way north

Brown was one of eight men and south, and six secondary pro-

Shocked named in grand jury indictmentsafter jects were Included .in a resolu-

charges: made as a resultof tion passed by the Board of Coun- .r

undercover investigation: ,and ty Commissioners at a special

'raids made here in the summerof meeting Monday night requestingthe

1958. Six of the 'men previous- Florida Development Com

Bv Accusations J jly pleaded guilty to the charges, mission to issue $1,750,000 in

end a seventh Vasco Forsythe, revenue bonds ,to finance improvement -
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I also of Starke entered.a plea of ''projects in Bradford

tIStatt nclo contendere [no f. contest" ]. County,

!i Forsythe was adjudged guilty Included in the resolution were: i2a
Senator Charley E, Johns,i expect to hold a political office

restnts being compared to the old I! far life and added, "I will never Wednesday by Judge Dozier A First, ''priouty (primal")') _The

city hall in Jacksonville that )has ask you for 24 years as your Senator 'iaeVane, who ordered 'a pre-sent- four-laning of State Road 200 (U.
I ,ence Investigation and set S. 301)) from the Intersection of
outlived its usefulness and 'needsto I am asking you for four April

be torn down. This, among: years 'on))'." In answer to Johns' ,125 as the date for sentencing. Temple Ave and Call St. to the
April 25 was also.set as the date Alachua County line. 1
that
told
other things he- a chijly rally claim it would take a new

crowd, at Graham Tuesday night. man at least two years to find for sentencing Brown and othersof Repayment to the State Road!

Freely admitting that "I'm' 55 his way around in Tallahassee. the group who 'had ;pleaded Department of funds advanced for

years old" Johns said he can still ,Andrews replied that he assumed guilty to conspiracy,charges. YBoat ?R 200 (U.S. 301)) from Starke
Brown was suspended .by[Sheriff north to the county line.
get more don for Bradford and Johns was speaking for himself.

Union Counties than any ;newcomer ,"It won't take me that long" he P. D. Reddish, in 'Augusjt] 1958: First priority (secondary):

after his arrest by federal, agentson District 5-A road loading in a
to the legislature could do said. I'll! find "out 'what's goingon '
a charge of westerly direction from,SR 18
in his first term. immediately" possession of non- just

The "old city hall" comparisonhas Johns made light of Andrews tax-paid whiskey. west of Graham, then in a north-'

been made by Johns' opponent, platform plank favoring the '67 Later, a Federal grand jury erly direction back to Road 18

Guy Andrews, in declaring that senator pla'n. "I, helped get a returned moonshine whiskey in- And Auto Tangle Up j least l of Brooker, a distance of

there are more important things proposed amendment for that dictments against the eight men. i about! 42 miles (Dedan Church

than Senate seniority.For passed in the legislature several Besides Brown and Forsyth the Around $2,300 in property damage front left tire on, his 1951 'Chevrolet the Douglas cottage on Bedford':' road).
[\ "If .'' Johns said, "but the other six, all of whom pleaded i i I ''I i i One-half of the cost of, the fol- H. GrUfU
Andrews Roy
instance, says years ago resulted when an auto tire blewout.. He held the car on Lake. J''

22 years of seniority, prestige, voters in the General Election guilty, are Noonan M. BradleyJr. blew out on SR 100 near Theres- I the, road, but couldn't prevent it : The fibreglass boat was a total i 1! losing bridges:

and experience really mean any- turned it down" .. Richard D.. Foster, Ernest E. |!tsa last Saturday afternoon sending i from sideswiping the read end (If! loss with damage to it and the 1. A bridge across the Santa In Brevard
Johnson, Ralph 1;. Mason, CharlesM. Fe River, south of Hampton onSR
thing, why aren't there- jobs here, Andrews implied that Johns had ,. the car crashing into a boat ,: the Douglas automobile and the ,. motor estimated at $1,500. Damage -
: Rogers, and J. M. Edwards Jr. 325.
and now for our young people" an organized horn-blowing claqueto and trailer owned by Cecil Douglas ;I boat and trailer.. to the Douglas car was around .
Named in the indictment as ,co.conspirators :, 2. A bridge across the SantaFe Griff I
Johns likewise took exceptionto give his speeches a rousing i of Starke. I I The Douglas car was, driven by :i I $200, and the Jenkins car Faces
River
codefendants south
: but not of Graham on SR
his thrusts at his ;finish. Johns replied that it's aIJrE'e .t ''': $6do.
opponent's George Slater Jenkins, 45-year- Curtis,McGee, with Margaret Ann'about No charges were 225.

insurance connections 'wh.en Andrews -! country and if his friends were W'jara J. Crockett, old Palatka Negro, was driving and Jimmy Douglas as passe ,, made as it was held to be an un '

declared!. the Insurance! want to blow their horns Its all Sidney D. Palmquist, Robert .,* to'.card Starke on 100' when the gers'. TOfr" were 'on their way to' avoidable.accident.- I:i 3. A bridge across the Santa FirstfDegreeMurder

business is regulateVby the. legis i right with'him. "If it gets to the Patterson,and Fred E.:William- ..... -.-l r"tfuforney + :Fe' River 'in the western part of

lature. point where we can't blow our,, Much of the prosecution evil -i i > the county on SR 237. I t S
''dence in Brown's trial was sup-: Conner And Hancock Proving !: Soys 4. A bridge across New Riveron
Johns said at Graham he was I automobile horns when we want ,I
: State and SR 125 in the ChargeRoy
plied Federal northern ,
by under- of
"shocked" to hear himself attacked -,Ito' we better quit," he declared. Car 'r ? part >

far trying to earn' an j,,. Other candidates at Graham followed ',I cover agents who worked for! ( County the county.
i several months the One More Fireworks Race A road in District One to. be
on case. Than Governor
honest living for his family and the pattern set in thier pre- i ivlous 'lot the agents testified% he wast!; Carries Signs: determined by the Board of Commissioners Henry Griffis 38, freed by
said "that anyone should know speeches, with little new ..
I : .1"1'h a grand jury here two
I 5 years ago
i 4[material. !emplOYed. "as fi helper! ., akthe still !j -p- j 'c'I and the Road Depart.1!(
in. ,t
the legislature doesn't fix site 'about two. miles _southwest' According 'to! political jrriters, J-:1:;.. -. County.topi ,, rap.k..Lu; ).n J.t-.,. ';' .b-.... when he Aad; held in JU1tt.'fjoo;

surance- rates-the *State" *Insurance hat ,TherewUllbtnarally. this: Fri of Starke; ......vAnother : : steam' l/fcethg generated'r:Conner/ heatedly, replied: that!| | 'Dt adopting" rt' lliithe':: with, IKe uhsolved} t:deaf 9t Rob.
Commissioner '3oes| more I tdrum said he had under
day night"The next speaking} dateIs said that Brown show- l Hancock' :was 'engaging in aj I yesterday ,Commission 'accepted the so-called'[: nt Tison Starke Negro, has been
Johns Aid he voted against compulsory at the Lawtey platform next! by the candidates for Commis-' i!i I advisement a' l letter filed with the indicted for first degree murderir
ed, him the safest route, out: of "campaign of deception" and of- "package deal" proposed by the
automobile' liability insurance Tuesday. I sinner .of Agriculture than thosein i Board of County Commissioners Titusville and will
: j Ifered go on trial
Road
the county, assuring the 'under- ; ,to prove that he didn'teven State Department as a
,: by H.:V, Knight, Starke attorney there
I Ii i April 20.
-- cover agent that he''.would set to'i'![ the race for Governor as the ,\ attend the meeting in Tampa ] means "wiping the slate clean," ,
advertising on
concerning political
-1 it that other deputies were sent I i campaign enters its final three when tAe committee ,,acted. '' automobile" discharging the county's present Grilfis is accused of slaying
"an official county I Ii i ij
: elsewhere when whiskey was ,weeks. : He made the counter charge that | obligations to the department and Harold Rex Balr, a Brevard
j In'a letter dated April 8 Knight '
being transported. 1 1 i Hancock, was a lobbyist for the !' ,: financing pressing current primary -;County bartender, owner of Bair'sCove
The 'I wish to call atten-
announcement by veteran I said: : your at Allenhurst, on Feb. 10.
fertilizer Interests. and
a One of the government'*itnesses j I ; secondary needs. i ij !
4R I[Commissioner> Nathan Mayo tion to the fact that an official :; At the time of his implication in
Robert L. Other candidates in the At first reluctant to ;
Patterson, testified that race j accept the-
that he would retire after 37years' i I county automobile the property !i ii ,! Bair's death Oriffis was under
Brown t s: Loran Carlton of St Petersburg "package" because it ;
him e. -
approached at meant
a fruit j i refinancing
|: -In the office has developed i of this county, furnished to the 55,000 bond and scheduled for
j. stand he operated at Hampton i i 1 a distant'cousin, of guber- : the_ remainder of a, 1954 I Ii
,la white-hot race between two Sheriff, bearing Florida! 1960; trial in March on two charges of
Junction, south of Starke ands'igested :'!. ,iatorial candidate Doyle Carlton !I i million-dollar issue at a higher
tcontenders' for the post- license tag No. X-39J, Wars lettering aggravated assault.
'Jr.; Carey Reams of Maitland, interest rate, the board
that the stand would oe finally,
} Doyle Conner of Starke and W, thereon soliciting the reelection -I Bali's body was discovered by
a good place to sell, moonshine. i' .an agricultural consultant; Benson j i Ii : agreed after efforts to find 'a'
(IR. [Buster of Sheriff Reddish in the I 1
] Hancock of Grove- .yo women when they entered
Berger, a38-year-old Surf- better out failed. The old'
Just before way
he was to
appear I Since this is :
i coming primary the about 7
I land: bar p. m. He was lying -
side : issue is
it before the grand jury as a witness attorney; and Charley Race financed at an interest
County property, and furnished:
the floor in
on front of the
Patterson said, he wad shot;| At stake is one of the most 'lot Winter Haven who is an an in the .i I rate of 2.89 per cent, while the
i I only for official use performance : 1:ar. There were no signs of a
at an-l his home burned'to the i,;.I Powerful posts. in state government pounced candidate but has been .' of official duties, is'new rate will be In excess of scuffle and the women at first
ground. i somewhat Inactive because of four cent. It
i, per was pointed out,
'i a cabinet position, and .jllness.,. used for private purposes. thought his death was from natural
William Avera of Gainesville : however, that the bond market is '
; k i ?i head of a state department that I The board referred the letter to I: causes. It was not until
4 attorney for Brown, told the jury ;j Agricultural Interests have more favorable at present thanit
'I
aY that the government's case was ,touches the daily lives of Floridians been reported sharply split on :Its regular mid-month meeting has been for some, time. after the body had been takento
I said he wouldgive
A opinion. Landrum funeral home that the telltale
r a conspiracy to discredit Sheriff, i i iReddth i more than any other. The :the- rap, and indications are his opinion to the board at The "package deal" was originally :a
bulet hole was discovered In
?' although the sheriff i'[food that,, Floridians eat every (I that a second primary run-off its regular mid-month meeting' suggested by Road Board
.Bair's arm pit.
himself did not figure In the trial. !'i !toetween Conner and Hancock is member Earl Powers, who told I
gallon of
gasoline consumed by i
next Monday night. A close search of the bar resulted -
Former Acting Governor Char- ; ,likely. :, Commissioners the department
i I |motorists, and the drugs and in locating a .32 calibre
ley E. Johns appeared as a character would write off $l$OqoO of Jhe
Home TerritoryJ i cosmetics: ,sold in the state have bullet which is believed to have
witness for Brown : S amount owed it by Bradford County ,,
caused death. After invest!
t Assistant U. S. Attorney JohnL .been subjected at one stage or t on' funds advanced for purchaseof Bairns :
D Griffis [Heft] took timeout gation. Brevard County officersweieable'
Briggs prosecuted the case. j another to the regulatory or in- S.'s ;. ,' 301 right-of-way '(north). This
from to Determine that Orif-
fish
frying at Theressa
write-off would
tally to make a campaign speech jpection' powers :of the Department -'s- f..i off-set in part f>: was the last jnan to see flair
the higher interest rate on the
Track 4 S
itr Team'i of Agriculture. : .5 alive
school board member from 1954 issue, the Commission said.
that district. Also in home territory Conner' and Hancock the lead- The county owes $550,000 advancer '., Sheriff P. D. Reddish said yesterday '

was Rodney Hall (above], i WinsInvitational PKY ing contenders, have been beating ,, ] by the SRD for purchaseof that his office had been
candidate for the the conducting a contnuing} Investigation
same job. bushes for votes as aggressively
right-of-way 301 >rorth and
because he didn't, want to| 5 on < of 'the case in, an effort
the candidates for
as
it is estimated that will
be accused of helping"pass: legislation 5 $420,000
S. to uncover new evidence in
governor though spending con- '
Conner 5s be needed for right-o on 301
1 that would benefit his busi- : Booked I siderably less mbney. -way connection. with Grlffls' impliCation -.
South. A balance of around $750- '
neas. The BHS track team used its y In the death of Tison,
"Besides..' added Johns, "if Andrews For Jax TV !ttrenjth, in the field events' to I Both Conner and Hancock 000 still remains to be paid on the whose body was found covered
have large personal followings in 1954 issue. of the
I Cost Dedan
realtor, should to the
a go
I capture the ninth annual P. K. i with pine sapling tops and broke
he would have to acton the agricultural, field- Church road is estimated at ',
legislature I' Jacksonville Younge Invitational track meet at i i en bushes on a. dirt road in Ala-
real Three appearances on Conner, 31, reared a I 1 I. i around $145.000, and the county's
legislation to regulate: the the University of Florida track was on I.I S : : Schwa! County several days after
television stations included
are a''I share of of the four
estate business 'I lust Br&dford'County farm and has ; expense
Saturday, It was the third p?, he had been reported missing
the tchedule 1 ,
of
Andrews said no one mali,should on Doyle straight year that Starke has':ranching operation here, as well bridges is estimated at 70 to 80 rum his home west of Starke.At .
; Conner t>f Starke, candidate for j ji offices thousand dollars.
i as insurance in Starke
won this event. [ ::f preliminary hearing held
j Commissioner of Agriculture. The Tornadoes c |'and ,Miami.. He served as state In adopting the bond resolution, case
tolled up 73 J 2 < here before the wa> presented -

Like To Sing? S' from Conner 5:40: may to 5:45 be seen Pan on on WFGA Wed- points in winning,four,but'of five ;i and national president of Future the Commission said; .' it 'I to the grand jury, several witnesses -

field events and finished strong !|Farmers of America and served testified that Griffis cameto
11:15' [Continued on Page 81]
i.nesday, Apr 20. and from :
aa Speaker of the House of Representatives
STARKE in the running events. P. K. Tison's home the night of theNtgro's
to 11:20: on Saturday, Apr. 30. He
Yonge second with 49 at the 1957 session. and .was
was points. disappearance
will appear on W'JXTon Satur-j; :It has been his long-time ambition Awards "
Sam Gardner with first in' Sports with the
a the last
1 person seen
MALE CHORUSMeets day Apr 30, from 6:10: to 6:15: io. Commissioner of > ,
serve as :
the shot put and discus was one ;, iiit victim the night of his murder.
p.m.
of the meet's double, winners Agriculture. Griffis employers at a truck stop

Monday I Ussing the shot 47 feet, 3b! in- I(!,> HancociJ: 42-year-old Grove land Made'At. BHSCoachoftheYear hnr ver, testified that he was at

April 18, 8 P.M. Fishing Contest ches.' and twirling the discus 131 1 cirrus grower is a former professional work at .the lime the murder is

Has 200 EntrantsMore feet 104 inches. i baseball player and :award was t. believed W have taken pla e.

BHS Band Room' ". .'I, Lee Cogdill was first in the mile World, War U combat pilot. For Blood 'was'found'on the front
presented to head BHS mentor
than 200 fishermen have i run with a time of'4:43.5: settinga ,three years prior to 1957 he wasgeneral feat of Griffis/ car, but a 'GainaKville -

All Men Singers; already registered for the fishing new record for BH3. and tyro i i manager of the state's ,, Lennard "Register, {above left) by'Je"Halbirsteln authority testified that he
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contest sponsored by the Starke-]I the P. K. Yonge invitational re largest, grower-owned fertilizerand sports editot of could not determine whether it

Cordially Invited Bradford Chamber of Commerce I cord. 1 insecticide cooperative. i;:i the Gainesville: Sun during' a was animal or human: blood due

1. B. Alvarez chairman, reported I Other first places won by''', Differences' between these two special assembly in the high to the lapse of tune involved.

yesterday, \ 1 Starke were:. i leading candidates boiled into school!: gym Jast Friday. Jf Sheriff Reddish said that ad-

This Space' Contributed i{ High jump Helsabfck and 1! the-open during a joint television i i In picture.at right Bob ,Price ''r optionalwitnesses have been
Alvarez said there is keen interest -
Weekly to. Publicize ;, Seymour [tiel. Summerlln of '!appearance in Miami last week, TUnes-Union .sports writer extends Questioned hi the case here in
in the contest which is of-
I I BHS placed third i and has spilled over into other congratulations to Tornado recent weeks.'

Community Events by fering $300 in prizes and runs j: Pole vault P- Walters Martin |areas since then. cocaptainsof the gridiron Grlffis ha; a lengthy FBI record *

I from Apr 1 to..Sept. 1, A fee of I and Silcox [three-way tie]. Hancock charged that Conner, squad,,Ton mJ! ,Clark and Harvey including offenses for catte .

THE COMMUNITY : $1 is charged for registration, Smith placed sCOhtt'in the 'while a member! of the Legislature 'Tanner The Tornadoes, winners stealing, disturbing the peace,

I which must &e paid before fish .hih hurdles< Darby, was second, served,on'.a committee that of the trophy presented by the worthless cheeks, and desertion

STATE BANKOF to' be entered is caught and McRae third JQ..the'IOO-YaM- :'recommended increases in prices :Jacksonville,newspaper have won from the Army. HIs home was

The first fish to be weighed in lun. ", that .Florida housewives would :tile Keystone .Conference championship originally Brevard County and he

STARKE at Alvarez Service Station was BUS also finish!$;:' ttcond in have to pay for eggs. He also : fot a',three,-year*, in succession Also 'singled out for honors last Area basketball team, and WoodyFriday bad lived here only a short while

a 92 pound black bass ,caughtby the mile rei&y. ..j'I accused Conner of being in favor j and: have never lost a were Dickie Dixon, who Strickland, who earned honorablewas at the time of implication In

-- John Hagaa., -. -> -.' ''*-' ot- milk and-whisky price-fix-''conference same. a member of the Sun's All- mention on the squad. the murder case.
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."...+.. TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STAT.KE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, APRIL II, 1960.4

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....... ,. ..... ......... ....... -- .. was Scoutmaster, 37 Eagle Scouts
- v- 11 I 17'> 11" ... 1POB, X. UJO ft. W 55;; ft S 1257 ft. certificates for a tax deed to be
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. : : -.r: and 23 God )I
l' :r't i I I i and. Country badges ? SEIv, SJ.5 E 185 ft to FOB Sec. U Issued thereon. The certificate nutnbers. -
a. were awarded to members of his I| T. 8 S. R. 22 E. and years of issuance the di -,
rI. Name in which assessed! Keystone Kcni'llon of the property. and the
r. troop. More than 250 guests, including I Set vices Inc. names in which it wa assessed areas
a I All of said property being In- the follows:
a 0'A Council; and District Scout County of Bradfoid State of Flor Certilit"ate'Xo. 4J.
,. ; ,Year of Issuance 193S:;
v' aft' ialsL attended thi sevent. ida.rrless such certificate or certificates Inscription" of Property I..otl: of
a I.i I. Mr. and Mrs.. Joseph 'Quigley I shall be redeemed according Block 1 LTiCO'S .SD; Sec. 28 T ,
f to law the property described SR22E::
have returned to their home in in such certificate or certificate'swill .Vame inhUh assessed Elisabeth
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1 i I be sold to the highest bidder McCoy, Agent.
.0- ""' .TO'.r.. .... -... "" Scituate Mass. after a visit herewith at the court house dour on the All of said property lni m the
. i their brother and sister-in- first Monday in Month of May, County of Bradford, State of Flor-
. Mr. and, Mrs. Robert Chace of, Col. and Mrs. J. A. Griffin and I l9d,. which is the 2 day of May, Ida.
} _l :::1tsr : ii i- : : I, law, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley. 1!lt0. Unless such certificate oreti. *
Gainesville were Sunday visitors.,i, Chief W-O and Mrs. R. G. Pater- : i. Dated this 4 day of April, U5IJ.ISJL .I fieales shall be redeemed ..,'ordlnr:
r of their aunt, Mrs. Etta Hoover. j son were among those attending t I : ) to law the property described irfstitit
CHARLES A. certificate or 'ertlfjcatea11'
Joey, Andy; Cindy and Lynne the-National Guard convention in I :\OTI1:' OK APPLIC'ATIOY FOR Clerk ,of Circut Court PARRY of Bradford l"e sold to the highest bidder at
Jordan of Lake Butler are spend-1 j I St. Augustine over the weekend. TAX DERI County, Florida. lie court house door uo. the first
i, I I hrr.' 11M.16, F.S.!! Month of May, 1"*0,
{Ii 4t {/%iOTln Monday in
ing this week with their grandparents -) and Mrs. Arlie Tucker 1q
Judge
Notice is hereby given, that R. which the 2 day of May. U4iO.
: Mr.: and Mrs. H. A. Lawson and Mr. and Mrs. William Brooks I 3 /l I W Rivers the holder of the follow- \ : OK .PPLI'TIOFOlt. Rated this 4day. of April l"$0.SEAL .
iijgcertificates has filed said
I certificates -
while their'parents, Mr. and of Orroond Beach were Tuesday TAX 1IKKI) ( )
Cub Scout Charter Is Renewed for a tax deed to be i-s- PAKBV
A.
IoH. 194.10. F. V CHARLES
: Mrs. Joe Jordan, are in Washing. visitors of Mr. and' Mrs. Dave s'fed thereon The certificate numbers Notice Is Hereby Given. that Clerk of Circuit Court of LTadfor4County
ton, D. C. Paulk. \ and years of issuance, the description Ralph Williams the holder of the]i Florida. 5
of the and the
: Mrs. Irene Roberts of Palatka Mrs. Charlie Powell returned Cub Scout Pack 70. sponsored Jim Chasteen. ({Davis Gassett.by names in which it property was assessed areas following certificates has filed said 4T; 4t4;:

. is spending' the Easter weekend Sunday from two weeks visit with. the First Methodist Church, Den 2 Donald Sapp, Steve I 1! Den 5 -Donnie Elder. Tommy follows: I --.
Certificate
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with her daughter, Mrs.. Herbert,'I.her sister, Mrs. R. W. Howell, in recently had its charter renewedfor I' Boyette, Billy Huggins, Peter'I i Chastain, Stephen Smith, Mike Year of Issuance* 1958.;
. Thomas, and family. I the new year. The pack Fancher, Mike McRae William &nith. Buddy Trawick Robby Description of Property Coin at SE -
: Extra Bobbins save time-Stock !Valdosto.; Ga. Mrs. Howell returned meets the fourth Tuesday in [Scoggins, jimmy Godwin, Ray I Barksdale, Robby Smith. Tim C-r of XE'run W. 505; ft for MIZELL BEAUTY SHOP

. up with Sinter Bobbins at Den- I with Mrs. Powell for two weeks I each month with Jim Chasteena j Mosely, Bruce Haddock, Herbert! Thompson Jimmy LaMee Buddy -

. mark Furniture Co. tf I visit. Cubmaster. Members of the''I Wainwright, Mike Mitchell. Den' Garbett. Den Mothers, Mrs.

. i pack are: jaiother, Mrs. Herman Boyette. x: M. Smith. Mrs. Foster Shi '
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. Den 1 Tom Ritch Johnny I Den 3-Charles McKinney Jim Smith. Corner Bay and Center Sis.

Warren Bill Adams, J. Roy Shuford Bill Brown, Pate Gas- Den 6 [Webelos] Bobby J. R. KELLY

as Re-elect Chasteen, Leaton Morgan John-I fcett Larry Williams, Bobby Lap- White, Billy Dean Thompson,
GEORGE L. P A TIENCIRCUIT ny Torode. Reggie Flynn, Greg- I FC; Robert Rabb Bobby Chap- Denton DeVote Bryan Erwin. Phone WO 4.6171

ory Nichols Scottie Smith, Frank man, Harry Hatcher, Tommy Harry& Rabb. Den Father Jack
Den Mother. Mrs. Blacks'iear.' Den H- I
Tomlinson. Mother Mrs. Trawick. I FOR APPOINTMENT

.a I Mrs. R. L. C. Thomas and Mr.and: Mrs. Levi Whittle of Mrs. Bruce,Mathews and daughter. -
?
. JUDGE I daughter, Gail of Wildwood were Dunedin will be guests Saturday Tina, 'of Gainesville spent last T.S l/"

; visiting Mrs. R. A. Thomas on and Sunday of"Mr.: and Mrs. Oren Thursday with Mrs. Garl Math-

_. Sunday. Derkman. Marcia Whittle will fr LUCILLE: ALVAREZ MIZELLOwner
EIGHTH Mrs. Jerry Moore and daughters spend Thursday to Sunday with ews.Dr.. and Mrs. Barney McRae and
: z of Waycross, Ga. visited Mrs. Marcia Haynes and Mary Bollinger. children and Mr. and Mrs. Cary
S. L z: Paul' Raymond and "Mrs. M. H. Nazworth of Jacksonville were '

JUDICIAL CIRCUITt Lang on Tuesday.Mr. ],11'. and Mrs. J. G. Holton and Saturday guests of Mr. and :Mrs.
: t : and Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy J family visited Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Barney McRae. -,

. +a were in Winter Park on Sunday Jordan in Jacksonville Sunday. Mrs. nelson Sellers of Mariannais

.. 1 visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. T., Nas- Replace your old sewing machine visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Fur- a .

only candidate in the race having Judicial exper. worthy. belt with a new Singer Belt long while Mr. Sellers is confined
Mr. and Mrs. Lavern Outlaw |from Denmark Furniture U I in the University Gaines- !
Co. Hospital, 30' FAMILY ,
ience in the Courts of Florida and experience as a
weekend in
and children the
spent "
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Haile and iili
practicing attorney in Florida. the Schrub. family of Miami win spend Thurs- i ville.Oren Welch of Dade City spent STAMPS WITH $5

, Mr. and Mrs. Foster Shi Smith day to Sunday with Mrs. W. G. 'the weekend with his daughter, IIIII111 IIIII111lltll
QualifiedImpartial ExperiencedYour were called to Roanoke, Va.- on Haile. Mrs. Haile will return to I Mrs. M. L. Lawson, and family. FOOD ORDER II III

U Vote and Support Will Be Appreciated. Sunday by illness, of their daughter Miami with her son and family .1 They all visited Mr. and Mrs. Guy I I ,
Shi Ann, who underwent an and will attend the annual WSCS Dyal in Green Cove. Springs on
: (Pd. PoL Adv.) emergency appendectomy.Mrs. conference there next week. Sunday.Mr. EARNESTLY

. George Flynn Jr. returned I Mr. and Mrs. W. 'M. Wimberly I and Mrs. Charles Fields and \ Cash
. :Monday from St. Vincent's Hospital of Bartow visited Mrs. H. C.'Wim-I I family of Jacksonville were visit- SOLICITS WAYNE'S SUPERETT j

.. l where she was confined the I berly and Mrs. Nelson Green and ing Mr. and Mrs. O. W. White Sr. ;

"Don't Settle For Less Than A Jim Toney" past week. Her mother, Mrs. R. S.I family over the weekend. and Mrs- J. H. Fields on Sunday.Mr. .
McAteer of' Tampa, Js spending]. Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Barefootwere and Mrs.: Alvin Gerle spent Your Support Owned and 'Operated by Wayne Douglas and Cecil I

: JIM TONEY HOMES' $1495 and several weeks with the family. visiting their daughter, Sarah SUnday\in Orange Park, St. Augustine Douglas Formerly Manager of Suwannee Store |
Mrs. Crosby H. Dawkins and I in Jacksonville on Sunday. and Jacksonville. 671 W. Madison Phone WO 4.9231
. up daughters' Jacksonville spent Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Edwards Jr. Misses Ann Elder, Mary Agnes IN HIS CAMPAIGNFOR
MO. PAYMENTS AS LOW AS $37.50 the weekend with her parents,' and family of Atlanta will be Matthews, Patsy Nichols. Nancyand We Reserve The Right To Limit Quantity
:
. Mr. and Mrs. W. H, Nollman. weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Barbara Bates,,and Jean Mun. RE-ELECTION AS .
S Mrs. Alice Anderson will spend Henry Godwin. dy of FSU will be home for the We Give Family Stamps

.. the weekend in Charleston, S. C. Mr. and "Mrs W.-A, Scott of Easter weekend. i .

. with her son, FT-1 Lyle Andersonand Gainesville were Sund afternoon Mrs. M. D. Elder and Mr. and TAXCOLLECTOR I I '
. family. Mr. Anderson returned visitors of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Mrs. E. O. Elder and families Grade A, Small Fla.. ,

S. Sunday from a seven months I!!Quigley. spent the weekend with Mr. and EGGS Dozen 39cl0Oz. !
European cruise. I I Mr. and Mrs. James O. Sewell Mrs. G. W. Stroud in Andalusia,
Mrs. W. E. Middleton and Miss'I Ii and family of Jacksonville were Ala.

r.a.S i :Madge Middleton spent the week visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. B,, Sew- Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sale and Maxwell House :

; end with Mrs,,. Mae Jones and ell over;the weekend. daughter Linda were in Valdostaon INSTANT COFFEE S $ .09
.. family Jacksonville. Mrs. i'ranii Herlong suffered a Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs. Bradford : i
County I ,
tIrs" Dora Burton returned to slight stroke; Tuesday,gf;las ,week, jOhn Yates.' Mrs.' John Sale re- _:, .. ..., I '
S! her home in Atlanta on Thursdayafter and is confined in Baptist Memorial tL rned'witli the Sales for ;;veralweeks' Q wart
No Money Down No Charge For Travel WESSON. OIL 39'Snider's
. five .weeks visit with her Hospital in Jacksonville. visit. I
. ..... .. ...... '
f'''JDI TONEY BUILDERSP.O. I daughter, Mrs Alice Anderson. Mrs. J. W. McIntosh was visit Mr. and Mrs. J, T. Quigley at. He truly appreciates the
I
SP-4 smith DeVoe, Jr. is home ing relatives in Live Oak last tended the IFCA regional meeting ,
.S BOX 868 en 30-day leave after two years week. ir St. Petersburg Monday through friendship and support I I*I CATSUP 140zs. 12V2I

WALDO FLA. .. \' service in Paris, France. i Mrs. Fred Guy and children of Wednesday. They were accompanied \
,' Please have salesman call on J Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hendrix Gainesville will spend the Easter by' Dr. H. F. McGee. While that the people of Bradford I II

and son of Statesboro Ga. and weekend with Mrs. Guy's mother, away they made a short visit to I One of the Above Items with $5.00'Food Order
Name,_____ County have always -
. ------ Mrs. J, M. Lott and Milton Dill Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Johns in

Address p___ 'L-_-_- ,_ __ of Jacksonville were weekend Mrs. M. A. Garcia the former Apollo Beach. given him in the I Ga. Red
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J7 P. Dill. Peggy Caldwell, and two childrenof Coach Lennard Register and son, TOMATOES 3Q3.Ca" -
a Approximate Location ___ __ Mrs. J. W. Lee returned Tues- Camarillo, Calif. are spendingthis Len recently attended a testimonial i past, and would like 121/2f ct
.
any to her home in Atlanta aftera month with her sister, Mrs.T. dinner given by civic! clubs in
_ .. ------ ------ ---- month's visit with Mrs. H. L. A. Yawn, and family.Mr. Jasper in honor of Lennard Register the opportunity to Kounty Kist

. I understand I am under no obligation. I will be home Brownlee and. Mr, and Mrs. J. R. and Mrs. R. A. Caldwell of Sr., Scoutmaster of Troop 98. show his appreciationby CUT 3-1Ca 2f
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. on _..,_,. _At---__M. Chasten I Bradenton and Battle Creek. Mich During the time Mr. Register Sr. BEANS;
. ""A A .. '" .... ., ,- ... Mrs. N. S. Dankel visited relatives were weekend guests of Mr. and I: continuing to serve -- .
- PLUMBING, WIRING AND INSIDE FINISHED it: Miami last week. Mrs.: J. G Caldwell. Pillsbury Self-Rising, ".

: MATERIALS CAN BE ADDED AT SMALL Mr. and Mrs. Jim Chasteenand Singer sewing Machine Needles. Asphalt Driveways II you as Tax Collectorand FLOUR 5'Lbs- 49*

ADDITIONAL CHARGEIf family, Mrs. J. W, Lee and at Denmark'Furnit r. Co. tf friend. 1
Mrs. H. L. Brownlee spent Sunday I

You Don't See Us First We Both Lose !Money at Silver Springs.Mr. I NEW 1960MAICO e I PURE LARD 4S-Lb.. Can $4.99
L and Mrs. Gene Failing, Mr.
. JIM TONEY BUILDERS Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Wattersonand I STARKE ASPHALT I THANK YOU
Mr. and Mrs. r PAVING COMPANY ,
Fred Watter- 1
1 I
: CALL COLLECT PHONE 110 8-2781-'ALDO. FLA.You'll PRODUCE
visited
: on Mr. and
Mrs. Donald
.. _ 213 -. Cherry St.
, McMahone and son in Bradentonover

a.S t : Find Distinguished Gifts 1.1r.nd the weekend.Mrs. Tyler Jones, Mr.I Phone WO 9.2011Evening J. R. KELLYPd. I I CELERY large stalk ea. lOc

and Mrs. Charles Godfrey, Mr. os.rbdL auu ifigg xuuNi ,
"" and Mrs. Buzzy Green and Mr. .NLr souls IN1Wi auwu iNt I Sweet
Euent unuL aortuwN ( I'ol. Ad.) i
for Euery Special and Mrs. Don Ball spent *the Phone WO 4-1563 I ..JTERWILLEGAR .' POTATOES 3-Lbs. "" 25!
. weekend at Cedar Landing on 'I
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. t Mr.: and Mrs. Richard C. Wil- Yellow
, !u.ms and son of New Port Richy i
e GREEN STAMP and James Home of Orlando A Factory Trained I ONIONS Lb.-, ScI

r were Saturday evening guests of Hearing Aid .Consultant MOTORS I .
cABN Yeses Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barksdale.Dr. from Firm. Ripe '
REDEMPTIONCENTERS H. G. Bollinger attended a I
I MAICO BANANASLb.. IOcMMI
-- committee meeting of the Florida ---- -- -- !
-- Child Evangelism Fellowship in
Gilando on Saturday.Mr. Hearing Service, WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL!

. and Mrs. Johnny Frank 319.20 Professional Bldg. THE .PRICE IS RIGHT
,
we 1 Barker of Lake City spent the Jacksonville 2
Fla THE TASTE DELICIOUS
. weekend with Mr. and Mrs. NEW CARS
AND USED
%* .. Will 1 be in Starke
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f on'
. l "I.. -' Frank Barker and son Willie. -- .
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. MONDAY, APRIL lAT TRUCKS 63 CARS TO Hickory SmokedSAUSAGE
J
Distingjiished merchandise in S&H Purchase any model of Singer I '

.S \t 7 Green Stamp Redemption Centers Furniture Sewing Machine(".0. at Denmark UMr. KOCH'S SELECT FROM .. LB; .. 39';


., 7 make outstanding gifts-for special and :Mrs. A. J. McMillanand DRUG STORECome Visit: Terwillegar Motors Today!f I Small)) SmokedPICHfCS .

, .' occasions, like weddings, birthda's.anniversaries four children of Arlington in for a free hearing; test Lb.
and showers Heights, m, are spending several 29cI
-' { and demonstration or. phoneXo. I
days with Mrs. McMillan's sister,
\VO 4-4401 for $95.00 1952 CHRYSLER
an appointment .'
.S More than 1,500 nationally knowa Mrs. Harry Mooty and family.Mr. in home. No obli- m I 6 to 8 Lbs., Whole Sides
your I
\ quality products give you a wonderful and Mrs. J D. Smith and gation. We guarantee no static. 1941 FORD v-s -
h daughter of Tampa .will visit Mrs. $95-' ; I SMOKED BACON Lb29c :
gift selection. I Laura Tison this weekend. i
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S. $145.00 1949 FORD V.s$245 Tender
So,when you wish to remember some ,

. M. $ one with a present that_ will be treasured CHECK THE JOB... CHECK THE t4AN. .00. 1953 FORD V-8 !i CHUCK ROAST: Lb'. 49<<;

and appreciated! ,don't forget your S&H THEY GO TOGETHER!
1953 WILLIS FORDOR Fresh. CutPORK ,
Green Stamps!If there's no redemption $19S.QO I
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( than 20 miles ELECTcommissioner CHOPS 39Q'I
S center neare>\i you away, r -"- --

.. t i i' you can order your gifts by mail with I .

your filled stamp books,from the pages TERWILLEGAR MOTORSYour I RIB andBRISKET ,
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e of the beautiful new S&H catalog. I STEW, 33' .

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htt16DA'1'"AF1UL 14. 1960 BRADFORD COUNTT'TELEGRAPH' ,
STARK; FLORIDA
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1,Southside PTA Miss Sewell HonoredAt Recent Bride-Elect Ladies Council .' .

I +Elects Officers; Lovely Series Honored Here Met TuesdayThe when you needREIABLE '

if II I !I Hears Safety Talk Of PartiesMiss With LuncheonMrs.
Ladies Council of the First

I II i' Mrs. W. B. Scoggins was elected Virginia Sewell, whose Sharon St. Peter Wasdin Christian Church met at the :
I president of the Southside Ql Gainesville bride-elect church GAS SERVICETHINK.
wedding to William Jefferson! was Thursday night April 7,
I Elementary PTA at a meetingheld the inspiration for a lovely
1:1&1 llooty i Tuesday ,Apr. 5. Other of- Powell will be an event of May :luncheon given 1.. OF
Saturday by Mrs.
.,. ..... I -"" .. u ... .... .,_, A .. ._... racers elected at this time were; 7. has been the inspiration for I Harry Mooty and Mrs. Rawson supper Plans to the visiting choir serve from SLADE GAS

Mrs. M. G. McMillan vice presi- several lovely in the I Darts at St Mark's Parish Johnson Bible
Beta Phi parties past College of Tennes-
Sigma J JI Junior Club
dent; Mrs Miles. Sheppard secre-. week. ,, j I House. TANKS FROM 5 GALLONS TO 1,000 OR UP

I Has Rush PartyAt Fetes New MembersAt tary-treasurer; and Mrs J. T. .I Spring flowers in pastel shades see.The business session was conducted
acre clues whitten in verse where
PHONE
Prevatt Jr. were used to advantage in decorating by Mrs. Eloise Cowen, WO' 4.3551
Coffee Mrs. J. M, Vickers a Sr. was the setting for delight .
Yancey HomeThe gave ,report ful luncheon points of interest in the Council president, and Mrs. La-
given !
\ Saturday by
of the Study Course recently dining room. The long luncheon vests
Macy the
The Junior Woman's Club of ,'' ilrs. Slade and Mrs. T T. I/> g.1 presented devotionaL -
Beta Phi conducted Miss Barbara
Sigma sorority by table covered with a white damask "
on "Mercy.
held rush for .Starke'entertained new members Bryant of the Duval A pink color motif was achieved,
a party new members County
cloth
was centered with Circle
,I at a delightful coffee last Saturday in the flower arrangements used l I meetings will be held on. ,
I
at the home of Mrs. Ned (: Mental Health Clinic. IT'S I
an arrangement of pink and April 21 as follows: TIMEFOR I
i I morning at the home of Mrs. i ii :Mrs. Kate on this occasion.As I I
Yancey Monday Sheppard presentedLt.
evening. i white gladioli and bridal wreath Circle 1, 10 a.m., at the home
Randal F. Chitty on Searing: guests arrived they were i
A buffet dinner was served D. R. Jensen of Jacksonville in a green and white china bowl. ot Mrs. Margaret
Blankenship.
from a white linen covered table' Street i; educational officer of Troop G, served tomato juice cocktails and I I The twelve guests were composed Circle 2, 8 p.m., at the home : A CHANGE !
Guests were greeted at the door i 1 horn a'oeuvres the !
on patio. Pre- -
centered with silver candelabra Florida Highway Patrol who gave of friends and relatives of i j of Mrs.*Eloise Cowen. .
by Mrs Chitty Mrs. Joseph Warren siding at the silver cocktail ,bowl I I
holding tall pink tapers. White" an interesting program on safety. .. the bride-elect from GaineSVille:' Circle 3, 7:30: p.m.. in the '
gladioli in attractive :arrange- president, and Mrs. W. H. ,The opening devotional was given were Mrs. Charles Sawyer .and. including her mother Mrs. Milton Church, Fellowship Hall with Mrs.
ments were placed at points of interest Hand, State Department Chairman I by Rev. L. D. Haines. :Mrs. T. H. Slade, Jr. II E. St. Peter II Alice Kite as hostess.. :
i[ of Education for the Florida I The buffet luncheon table in the
inthe party rooms. The next meeting will be held The honoree was presented
The members and rnshees Federation of Junior Woman Thursday May 5, instead of dining.room was covered with an
came I on with a cup and saucer in her I '
Clubs. installation imported cut work cloth and I)! Easter Egg, Hunts _
attired in outfits worn backwards.All Tuesday; with the |chosen china pattern as a memento -
I
the rushees made Easter bon- Guests were invited into the !|' ceremony conducted by H. B. In echteied with a large pink covered :j|i of!the occasion. i'Are EnjoyedThe

nets and prizes were awarded to|dining room for coffee by Mrs. 'I gram, principal of BHS. A cover- gift,,box topped with a nosegayof I
!Drew Reddish and Miss Betty will be served pink carnations and orange 1 i
Mrs. Bob Benner Mrs. Paul Can. ed dish supper Little Women, nursery department of th
;i Jane Morgan. Pouring at 'the blossoms. Extending from the ;>. :
ova and :Mrs. Gerald L. Warren. i ij starting at 6:30: p.m. top First Methodist Churchill hold
Games were also enjoyed after the I j silver coffee service was Mrs. Pete ;, of the box were pink and white i'j j;Elect New Officers an Easter hunt
egg
dinner. I G. Felos. The tea table was cover- 'Stuart Strickland satin ribbons tied at intervals with!' I Saturday -j
,
afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the ,
The rushees Mrs. Paul i edith a hand made linen cut- valley lilies. At the end of each j, Miss Anne ,Matthews was elect-
new are
home of Mrs. Dolph Reddish. -1JHJI
Canova Mrs. John Mitchell Mrs.I I I work tea cloth. Centering the ;|Has Birthday Party streamer were wedding rings, "',,ed president' of the Little Wo The kindergarten departmentwill

Bob Benner Mrs. Lavon Andrews {I table was a silver and crystal i i Mrs. F. W. Strickland entertained miniature Bibles- wedding bells, men's Club' for the ensuing year have an egg hunt Friday j
epergne containing white spirea i and bags of rice. All appointments j Jai, a meeting held Monday night
Mrs. Harlow Trescott, Mrs. at a delightful birthday party I afternoon at 3:30: o'clock at
Charles Hutcheson Miss Betty i and red camellias. Silver trays last Saturday afternoon at her on the table were silver. The buffet -I in the club house. Other new officers :Fellowship HaU.I .
held coffee, sandwiches, and stuffed : was graced with two silver elected at this time were: I
I .
Jean Morgan, Mrs. Mary Lappe, home on Kingsley Lake for her j I The Primary department held
dates. The buffet in the dining candelabra holding burning pink Miss Carolyn Vickers vice president '
Mrs. Gerald I... who four
Warren. Mrs. son, Stuart, was years itt egg hunt Wednesday afternoon
Harold and room was centered with an arrangement tapers. Bridal place cards markedthe ; Miss Donna Trawick, treasurer -
(; Davidson Mrs Willard old. : in
Pass. of yellow and lavender;1 The Easter theme was used in: seating arrangement. at the ; Miss Sara Osborne record- The beginner Fellowship department hall. of the ,

flowers made from colored egg:i decorations.The refreshment table, six card tables. irg secreatry; and, Miss Barbara Madison Street
church,
Baptist
fl>ells. After luncheon the Blankenship,, corresponding
Chorus Surrounding the floral white damask k guests enJoyed secre-
ProgramsThe covered with a : with Mrs. Wv E. Lawson; teacher,
,piece were numerous nut and cloth, held two Easter( birthdaycakes bingo and prizes were,!tary.; will hold ,an Easter hunt \
vas and Junior High : candy holders made from colored surrounded bunnies, awarded to Mrs. Crosby HDaw-1! The program was in charge of egg -\3
II i by Saturday afternoon at 3
at
school choruses under Miss Virginia i i I egg shells and decorated with t!II 1 chicks, and colored eggs. kins, Mrs.,, L. A. Davis;and Mrs.'Miss Martha Weldon, and was a the church. o'clock .

_ Sewell: director, presented I I sequins and small miniature flowers -) The 25 little guests enjoyed an M. F Brown. I,discussion of summer employ ELECT GUYANDREWS

programs at the Hampton Law- :: which were all placed on a ''I egg hunt. and Grieg Moyer of The hostesses presented the ment.:; I 1st ,
ley and Brooker ,schools last Fri i,I bed of green grass. Jacksonville received a prize for honoree with a beautiful hand cutIe Hostesses for the meeting were Baptist WMS

day. I 1 I Other arrangements of spring finding the golden egg. The chil d crystal decanter as a memento \1iS5es'Judy LeSawyer. and Bren- Circles Meet
I(I flowers were placed in the living of the occasion. da Lewis. ,
,. I dren also received Easter basketsfilled
-- .-- Ii i f! loom and family room. i(:i with eggs as favors. Among the 24 guests were Mrs. "Vitamins of a Christian Home" :
!4 I Jefferson D. Powell of Jacksonville Weldon-Crawford
was the
r topic presented by Mrs
mother of the bridegroom- -
L. F. Dinkins when L6ttie Moon
elect and Mrs. W. B. Sewell Mr. and Mrs.. Harold Crawfordof
Florida Circle of the First Baptist WMS t
Re-Elect. HAROLD K. NORMANFOR mother of the bride-elect. St. George Ga; announce the met Tuesday night at the church

marriage of their daughter, Pen- with 14 members present. Ttaking YOUR
The BHS glee club, of which nie.Linda, to William Albert part on the program'were Mrs.

Miss Sewell is director, .gave an Weldon; son of Mrs. Gladys Weldon J. D. Doyle, Mrs Bertha Fuller,
informal party for her in the and the late S. A., Weldonof
Commissioner I and Mrs. Willie :
County Mae Denton The
TheatreS choral room :Monday morning. ,Starke The wedding took{ business session
I was conducted ,8 TATE E' S E A.tOR'
FROM DISTRICT ONE -- place March- 21 in Nahunta, Ga.'I ;by Mrs. R. A. Green, leader, and :

(LAWTEY) Tuesday evening the Wesleyan hostesses were Airs. J. A. Christmas .
Service Guild, Unit 2 ,
,
gave. a Association WMU and.Mrs. L. H. Harper. ,
., APRIL 16 /THE PEOPLE'S WELFARE bridal party for Miss Sewell atn Mrs., Earl Searing used "The
HeldThe
1st. Feature the conclusion of the regular IJ Meeting QUALIFIED BY: ;
,. AT HEART" meeting.The New River i Missionary topiC: when Home"Annie as her Armstrong program t :..: _' -' "
Associational
meeting, and held *: TRAINING :
II III I # 1# II party was Circle met
WMU will meet Friday. April 15.at Tuesday night at'' the
THE BIGGEST at the home .
i HONEST SINCERE COURTEOUS of Mrs. R. S. Mullins homeof Mrs.
Randal 'Chitty with *
: 10a. m. Hampton Baptist EDUCATION,
with Mrs. C. C. Johns .
,". as co- Mrs. E; D.
SHOW
INWORLD E t
t (Pd. Pol. Ad ) Church. A covered dish luncheon I i Tenly as co-hostess
hostess. The '
party rooms were Mrs.' Otto Siemer ', BUSINESS EXPERIENCE
Jr.
!!.' I gay for the< occasion with Easter Kill be served,.at noon. assisted- in
t L: I arrangements of and'iris ,, -- n >presenlins rthe program. The business and DEVOTION SERVICE.Won't .

1 ; in Easter baskets.jonquils On one table Nurses To Meet session was conducted by -..... .., .
... .t. the leader, Mra.-.A. W;, King. ,
4 Blaster basket'filled I ou give GUY ANDREWSa chance
4 i was an with AU nurses of :Bradford County ,t _Y

plastic hollow eggs inside of which are invited to attend a nurses High School for FOUR
0 j were clues written in verse, where meeting Thursday evening, Apr. .PT A. r: to serve you Years?

the honoree could find hidden gifts 21. at 7:30: o'clock in the staff .To 'Meet TuesdayThe Not TWENTY-FOUR Years.

around ,the house. The gifts were dining room of Bradford, County .I
comprised of kitchen utensils. The .
Hospital
r SERVICE Bradford High School PTA / t
members also each the will
gave meet Tuesday;
Apr. 19, at
1 VOTE FOR AND SUPPORT
AT ITS BEST honoree favorite recipes for a recipe Cub Scout Pack 7:30 panin the high school cafe- \
ri 8 box given her. teria The Athletic
11 Centering the refreshment|Has Egg Hunt I under the direction of Department Coach Len-, (X) GUY ANDREWSPd.

e table was a bunny rabbit cake set Den 1 of Scout Pat-K 70 held an nard Register, will have
e in a bed of green straw. The deco-I Easter egg hunt and party Monday of the program. charge ( .'01. Ad.)

rative nut cups were made of i afternoon at the home of Mrs.

l1 Colored egg shells decorated with 1 Jim Chasteen, the Den mother. y

sequins and miniature flowers Before the egg hunt the Scouts
t
made individual Easter baskets p

Operetta Given i for thf, patients in the Tyus Con- IMflkt'i

\alescnt: home and delivered : #

i GOLD WIRE SERVICENTER ,By KindergartenA t them to each ,patient. An Easter

ees hunt was then held by the
beauitful spring operetta : TAKE: THIS JAR I.oOKMOM: ; NOW WHAT SHALL r __AH' IT'S NOT APPLESAUCE
coup in the yard of Mrs. Came
The Wedding of the'Flowers.,",]iRitch after which they returned OFAPPUE-SAUCt] IT'S FROM MISSUS f I SERVE THIS J JIN WHEN SAY ITS )
TO YOUR : APPLE ? 6000 ENOUGH
M5SNIFFI.E SAUCE JM BE
was presented Monday night!! "JUt'Jj;
j to the Chasteen home for refresh- SMOTHER.
April 4, in the BHS auditorium i u ments. -
THE
!
2nd. Feature "4b SAX7ER _. CityhshSMeatMarM$ '
} Mama Priest's Kindergarten. i
Mrs. Chasteen yas assisted by Q ,;, APPLESAUCER
SAVE j Taking part in the colorful Mrs. H. H. Adams, Mrs' T. C. t. .r ,
PARIS d1Id! ,I jpiogram were: Ritch and Mrs. John Torode. I MOM I
Roses: Patty and Cindy Noe-I
at HART'SPLUS I tel. Recent Births 0 ,

PLAY BOYSWith Violets: Rhonda Stokes and
I Carol Richards. Bradford County Hospital' announces -

Sunfiowers: Tommy Outlaw. the following births:
the Bowery Boys ;M. Green Stamps nicky Johns Douglas Combs, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Daniels

: Peeples, Lake: Butler, a daughter, w
Jimmy Joe Andrews Dennis
Plus "Rocky Road to Ruin .. Sheri Lynne Apr. 5.
Rhodes John' Milton Thomas, .
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Cartoon. Mr and Mrs. William McPherson 1

:.. 7-PiECE BED ROOM SUITElDOUBLE David wright. Mike Turney King. David Wain-I Avis, Melrose:, a daughter Isabel SMOKED-HALF OR WHOLE CHUCK

Apr.'S
Daisies. NyJene Burdette and
SUN., MON., TUES. Colleen Nichols.PorgetMeNota. lb. lb.

April 17, 18 and 19Plus a <; iI1 i-l'i I Martha Struth.: Joy Denise Andrews ---- ....... HAMS 49c ROAST 49c


I Turney Michael McLendonr Lamar -,
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CHUCK
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I Woodland Fairy: Ellen Blood- I'I
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worth.were Members: : of the wedding party PICNICS} Ib. 19c TEAR lb. 49c


hOrlplOt l Groomsmen [dandelions]:
SMOKED
!George, Barton; Mikes, White
i MJMH MM Kwt I ItOtl MHI MMCHM Rhoden, John Milton Thomas

"Helpless Hippo" Car- Dick Torode. BACON lb. 19 C lb
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toon. Bridesmaids tulips:' Bambi SPARE RIBS: 2.9c

I Snultz, Janine Gay Helen Jane

Long. First Aid to Ailing ROUND -
WED., THUR., FRI. I Minister Jack-in-the-pulpitl]:

April 20 j ]Greg I Gay. Watches & Clock STEAK lb. 69 FresbIb.l9cor31bsfort
21 and 22"BabetieGoesToWar' I BridegroomJohnnys\ Jump- I GROUND BEEF

I -- up]; Mark Patray. ,Our precision repairs will

". DRESSER:WITH.MIRROR" i Bride' (Lily of the Valleyl: :. 'restore your watch or clockto


'BrigitteCdOt.I R lH\1 11 1 1-CH EST All for Only Carol Plower Bloodworth.Girl: Cheryl. Phillips. .duty.accurate. Prompt e. service dependable, reasonable SIEAK' Ib $

,t J I, 1-BOOKCASE BED ,I Ring Bearer: Luke Powell. prices. S 59.c


BOX SPRINGS AR 95 (Tea To Be Given .. .' '

s PRICES GOOD FROM THURSDAY THROUGH MONDAY NIGHT
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BryantAt
Special1CRYSTALS
J' SIMMONS SPRING \
i IOTA?. I IDWGHTI OPEN 6 DAYS A WEEK -= 7 A.M. to 9' P.M. CLOSED ON- MONDAY

t MATTRESS Davis Homei } *?
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2-LAMPS ,V' A> tea honoring Mrs.. Karris REPLACED
Bryant will be held-'Wednesda y .*
..m,i JACQUES CHARIER afternoon, Apr. 27, from 4:30lto: -
r..arrs al trr-cour.r i 6 o'clock at the home of Mrs.: '
HART FURNITURE; L. 1i HOCK A COMPLETE LINE GROCERIES '
60
I Plus A. Davis on W Madison street,"
."Bird% Brained Dog" Cartoon ,j. No Invitations are being issued Gem Jewelry

but all friends are invited to atUnd. -
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f.yyyyyyw..y ff Tfhff, Linda Green, and Sandra Sowells 10th b'rthday. TAIL FOR BIDS rut 12: V, D. C, power input bourc, ITEM: No S Instillation of .iII"
attended the Santa Fe Senior Mr. 1'HII. 1. IIMM duns l irrqumty operation <>u lii.S4Mr. *t: editorial ... .and Mrs. Jamie Rhoden of Staled Lids Will Be Halved P.y and Iii2l Me.I complete with ITEM \... S Installation cat antenna
BROOKER Uiy "The Adorable Spendthrift Jacksonville1 were visiting Mr. The City l'ounc-il Of Tilt'City tlf nie"iia.. microphone. ,'at.le atwtnl.ues tower. Item 4.ritlil .
;.Pat Friday night said'J Iis. Ned Hicks and boys Mark., "'I..rid.t Tlir Pity Hall and necessary' accessories, Nt. 16 InMallatiun of mot.ila -
By Shirley Green Mrs Fed Clark and toys tt: Siarke, *l"rld.1. Until 1:ult U'c'Ck UunsiM'.iriittt! power upply. This\i ii.'iMpment sialiun Items S and 7.
were
Sunday
V f. M. On Tuesday, April 19. hall b. certified undo TIsaid jL'ity Council Reserves
visitins her sister Mrs., E.. D. fr- and Mrs. Ed Polk and boys 1?aII; At \Vhu-h Time Mid Place All ..TDM Item No. )I- GX and meet! Th Right To Accept Or. IlJeeta)
fight Rallies UnnecessaryWe .A..A..AA.a..AA....u tail Bonifications fur tins Item Oi All LidaCITY .
bids Krifrtlill |> Publicly
:Eatmaii hi Lake' City last Wednesday vLted:: Mr. and Mrs. TalmadgePolk OF CITY OF.vfARKE.
Opened And n..adIuud, .On TheFor number as grin in OCDM St nii- COVXCIL ...
in Tienton Monday night. '. aid Item Sjveoificalioa ManuJ 1100 FLORIDAI
Breakfast 1' >Law ill&:
are beginning to wonder if it is really :Merrill Edwards Cur ,Clerk
The Young People's Training Mrs. Clyde Green Jr; and chil- Allen Lewis of Chiefland, Mr. A New Civil Defense- Munlripol Quantity -!. IT
necessary to hold eight political rallies in Brad- Union Class had a Breakfast at dren End Mrs' Bill' Jones and end MIs. .Lamar Hall and baoy Specifications Two-Way To Radio Be: System. Bid -

ford County in order for candidates to get their the Community Center Sunday children were visiting M': 'and daughter of Starke, were visiting KllllP: \lE\T SPECIFICATION
morning. There were sixteen pre- Mrs. E. D. Witt in Alachua: Wed- Mrs. Amanda Lewis Sunday.Mr. ITEM No. 1 Base Station, trans- AMBULANCE SERVICEPHONE
before the
messages voting public? mitter-receiver combination 50-60
tent and everyone had a very enjoyable nesday. and Mrs. H. B. 'Scott and Haiti KF power output 117 V AC
The general opinion, gained from expressionsat : time. The out-of-town Dickie Davis t attended open daughters, Linda and ,Rita Mr. power input source. Dual frequency WO 4.2600
the meetings held far this to guests Miss house at the University of Florida and..Mrs.. Bruce Scott, Mr. and operation on Uii.'" t )Ic. and
so year, seems were Wynette Johnson 155.4t Me.. equipped for remote DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home .
of Tampa, the weekend guest in Gainesville Sunday"after- Mrs. Curtis Bozenhart and son, control operation. This equipment
be that the number of rallies could be cut at least noon. -Curtis Jr. Orlando Sun- i>ht.U be certified under oeD)! Item DeWitt C. Jones Registered Funeral Director
of Miss Barbara Sue Davis; and o( were .
XI) R-UXIT.US| and meet all
in half without harming the program or causing Cieig Wood of Jacksonville. Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Polk were day guests of Mr.,and Mrs. Wallie t-pecificatlons for this item numberas Starke Fla.
inconvenience Milting Mrs. Fay Johnson in. Ciews, given In OCDM: Standard Item
to any voter who wants to come James Temple and A. L. Green
bpei-ificatlon Manual 1-1UU. Rental: Service: Hospital Beds, Wheel Chairs, Crutches
were the cooks.A Waldo Saturday night. Visitors of the G. W. Davis Juahtlty1
out and meet and greet the candidates. .
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birthday dinner honoring Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis and family during the weekend were: ITEM No. 2 Remotf Control -
There seems little justification for holding ilrs. Rachel Green's 78th birthday sen and Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Mrs. Byford King and sons, Har- -uiiaolrs fur use in conjunctionwith I
base station, Item 1. equipped
eight rallies, except for the fact that it has been :: was held recently at the Lane of Gainesville were the old arid Lloyd of Gainesville, Mr. \iih desk type microphone with Elect A Foricard'Lcoking Young Man .

traditional to have one i in each of the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Thursday night guests of Mr..andIrs. and Mrs. Morris Ray Carlton Au- pll h.to-tl1ik switch.' Itemote Con- ,
county'seight trol unit shall be capable of selecting -
N. J. Davis. tiy'jSmlth of Fairbanks, Mr. and
Green Jr. Among those
presentwere
either or both receivers and
voting precincts. This is a holdover, of : Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Robert- Mr. and Mrs., H. C. Douglas Airs k.Z. Williams, Donald Williams cither transmitter frequency.. P. Hall

course, from the days when lack of hard roads eon and children Mr. and Mrs. and< family were visiting Mr. and 'and friend Pat of Dundee, Quantity J lodneyFOR

'and modern automobiles made it difficult for a James Robertson and children, Mrs. Lowell Douglas. ..in Jacksonville and Craig Wood of Jacksonville. ITEM to be XO..3 hi-gain Base 5.0 station db or antenna better- i

person to travel more than a few miles from his Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Robertson; Saturday; Mr. and Mrs. Guy Pinholster ofJacksonville gain omni-djrectional with mounting .
home an: of Lakeland Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sievers of were visitirtg Mrs. clamps. ;;
base. ; Mrs. Victor tjjantity 1.
Jacksonville were the weekend. Rosa Pinholster Sunday.Mr. School Board Member
Jones and Vickie, Mr. and Mrs. ITEM No. 4 "..IE-ona'- tower to
Things have changed a great deal since then, Edward Raulerson and children guests of'Mr.. and Mrs. Evan and Mrs. Warren Mizelle ba 50 feet aluminum 'or galvan1ed ,

and today the' average persons thinks no more fend Mrs. Once Raulerson and Hodges. and Karen were Sunday guestsof ea installation.steel triangular shaped gUy- u DISTRICT COUNTV-AT-LARGE.
of riding ten Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Tetstone, Mrs. Garnet Dukes in HE WILL SERVE OUR
or fifteen miles to a meeting than Pst She received many nice Mr; and Quantity 1 ON AN

he would of riding about the block. g'its. Mr. and Mrs. Raiford, Tetstone, Wetheiington. 240 ITUii feet No of, 7/8 5 Transmission inch, low loss cable Coaxial -, .EDUCATIONAL IMPARTIAL SYSTEM BASIS .

Three? '6r four rallies in the major Mrs. H. O. Brown and Mrs. and Ronald and Olan Polk wentto Mr. and, Mrs. M. F. Wigginswere cable, complete with connectors -
population the car races in Jacksonville the' weekend guests of Dr. (Pd. PoL Adv)
centers of the county would do the .LoUie Tompkins of Wetheringtonwere CJua'ntiu'1.. IThat's
job up fine Saturday night. and Mrs.xF.. H. Snauff in Jackson -
andYpultf> visiting Mrs. Bessie Parker ITEM No. 6. Radl-! mobile ala-
} ; make things a lot easier on candidates Mr. and Mrs. H. C.' Douglas villc. tion. tranamitter-rvcelter combination -
iz the Baptist Memorial Hospitalin
who rfworKing' on a tight schedule during the Jacksonville last week. ar.d children were the Sunday Mrs. Woodrow Thomas was the !;;-O watts RF power output
12 v. D. C. power input source
last few ,,weeks of the campaign. It is particularly Creig Wood 'of Jacksonville was quests of Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Thursday guest of Mrs. Bill Gen- operating frequency 1 5.tl4 Me.omplete ., Our Butlnts

harp on candidates running for a district office the weekend of Strickland in Gainesville.Rev. ever of Gainesville. with antenna, microphone
W. E.
guest the : cable assemblies and neceseai U. It's Glass W, flats Its|
Who not only: must attend the eight rallies in BighamJr.. family. Thomas .of ,High sprh% s Ronnie Thomas spent Monday y accessories, transistorized CALL WRITE or VISIT

Bradford 'County) but also a number in adjoining Miss Wynette Johnson.,of Tampa was: visiting Mrs. Mamie Hodges with Charles Willis in Santa Fe. xhill power: be supply.certified under This OCDlf equipment Item

counties, with frequently conflicting dates. was the weekend guest of Miss Sunday afternoon.Mrs. Miss Joan Thomas of Jacksonville Xo. '158and meet all specifications -
1bV Peters Co.
J Joe
Barbaia Sue Davis.We're Roy Green and daughters was visiting her father, Troy for this Item number as given \ Glass
The current trend in OCDM Standard Item
many counties is to eliminate glad to see Mrs. John were topping in Jacksonville Thomas, and Patricia over the alon in Manual 1100. Specifi-
the rallies altogether, or to reduce the number Freeman and Mrs. Ivory Hodge Saturday.Mr. weekend. Quantity8 FOR ANY GLASS NED

) materially. We would not like to see this time- home after being confined to the and Mrs. Warren Mizelle Miss Carolyn Hines of Jackson- ITEM, transmitter-receiver No. 7 Radio mobile combin-station We Design Modern Store Froati

honored practice stopped entirely, for the rallies hospital.Mr. and Karen were visiting Mr. and viiie "'as 'home with her parentsMr ai:<.n, !;j.:0:: waits itF power out- Just Mail Us A Pattern for.

serve a worthwhile purpose in bringing the candidates and Mrs. Frank Tinney :Mrs. Zedra McCloud and their1..ughter."LucreUa. ; and Mrs. D.: A. Hines this '- -.----- Table Top
ancj! the voters and boys of Gainesville were the In Jackson- -
together on common meet- lost weekend.Mrs. weekend. 1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville, Fla. Phone FB.4351
ing ground. We are convinced, however, that the Sunday afternoon guests of the Several young peeople of the
Malcolm Lewis and children WILLIAMSJEWELRY
number could be cut in half with beneficial results Earl Chicken Green Supper family' \\.ere- In Gainesville Satur- Brooker Baptist Church were on __ T
to all concerned. the program at the Associational
day on business.J. FACTORY PRICES
The Brooker PTA is sponsoringa
Youth Rally in Starke Saturday
The schedule is already made for this year of tried chicken supper at the E. Townsend was, in Palatka ,
night.! They were: Carolyn, Sue,
course, and cannot be altered. We respectfully political rally to be held Tuesday over the weekend on business.We and Terry McDavid, Terrell, Barbara ,

suggest however that the County Democratic April 26, at the Farmers Market. wish to express our heart- Linda, and John Green. and WATCHES DIAMONDS One Quart FREE lEh
Executive Committee give serious considerationto Serving will begin at .5 o'clock. ftit' sympathy to the family of Henry' Harrell. REPAIRS Qha
the matter with a view 'toward streamlining Prices will be $1.00 for adults Mrs. Tom Edwards, and Horace or GallonPrices O you buy 1

the rally schedule when election time rolls around and SOc for children. The price tBill] Cain. HIWAT CHAPEL All Work GuaranteedA.

again. includes pie and tea. Mrs. Lee Green, Mrs. Bill Bryant ,'ASSEMBLY OF GOD C. Williams Start at $2 qt.-$5.95 Gal.
Truby Pinholster, Coy Edwards Jack Thomas, and Mrs. Toby P. P. Burgess, Pastor
142 W. Call St.
This 50 and John Register attended the Sherouse, of Gainesville were Sunday School, 9:45: a., m. MARY CARTER PAINT STORE
Well
| Spent sing at Oak Grove Baptist supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. MorningWorship; a. m. Even- Starke, Fla.

Church Sunday. Aubrey Hazen and sons last week. gtiiitic Service. 7:30: p. m. Wednesday 501 N.W. 8th Are. Gainesville, Fla. FR 6-7588
We t! feel that the Board of County Commissioners Mrs. Jane Tate of Gainesvillewas
They helped Neal celebrate, his 'weekly' prayer service, 7:45: ,
made a good investment when they recently veiling Mr. and Mrs. J. H. a -" IIIjSOU

voted to contribute $50 toward the expense of Sullivan Sunday. .. I

equipping ,the) Clay County Civil Defense "crashtruck" Mrs.: Mary Green was visiting .
is her slater Mrs. Virgie Hale of : -
that headquarters! at Keystone
few last CAN'T BEAT
Wetherington a days
Heights. This! truck, with equipment ready to week and while there attended -- : u : .

use in case of drownings, fires and other emergencies tile cemetery working at Elzey'J .

has already been put' to good use, not Chapel. .

only in the :'Keystone Heights area, but in Brad-: Mr. and Mrs.. Curtis 'MeWin of .,,-.... :', ';... 'II:_. V :O, J'-; : V
ford ounty. I Tampa were visiting Mr.: anfl .I ;"'h... : V
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1 Mrs. Ced1 Melvin and children ,- ... N 'f G A S ..
,The Clay County C. D. unit has been last I Sunday.' .) .;,.;, a t.U r a t

most cooperative in answering calls from Brad- rTi: : : '..
U-r, Hazel Hart of Cross Cityrter .. '. .
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ford County and has' assisted in several drown- .
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Hazel Hart of Cross City ,
ings that have taken place on this side of the were in Jacksonville ,on business J6'u' ; .'J .

line. The token contribution by our county to last week. i :: .1.1 \ ,' ; .'
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their unit shows that their efforts are appreciated. Mrs Beddie Conerly of Hague ,. ',. .' .-" 'p, .

.. Mis. Rosa Kelley, Mrs Mae Mott, i J
and Mrs. Mattie Sowells attendedthe : <" :; ; : :...
We understand that the Clay !County unit will \ : :
cemetery working at Elzey's .... 1'I
use the ?50 contribution from Bradford, together :'I" VV tV. '" .. : :
: Chapel Friday. After the working '
with money given by other adjoining counties they had a barbecue at Little :1: _"; I' ,.,* .>
to help resuscitator needed of :r !.. '* ; .
buy a a piece equip- Springs. Mrs. Bowels returned > .'..1' : .' ..'. '
ment that they do not yet have. This is a very home with Mrs. Conerly for ft ,,.".I'.'. '/! .' '? ', ; .-".' .
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important item for a rescue unit, such as they ffw days. ""I.. '..-.. .".'"''>''-""-'--;.-"'_ ,"" -, .l '. ,." 1 'i-"" ,.",
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McDavld ,, ',:'. ..... .. ..,<,<: .'. -.- ; fo -" .' ., .
are equipping, and we are glad that Bradford Terry, Don. and Sue .1' .. .r -. .\ r ,l j': -'If", .,
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That SOc Penalty WHEN i "t : MODERN LIVING :" : :

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Enforcement of the city's new 50 cent parking -, .. : ,
meter violation fee was supposed to start this : ; '- \ .. :' I.

week: but was delayed until next Monday becausea .3 ..' .
YOU 'or: ,Ml.DEADLINE APRIL IS ..FINAL -
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new man to be added to the force could not .. i :. ,(. JTli : 't.t.-4''''.'

report, until' 'that date. : ". H HHiHMHMMHMBiMMMMMBHMMBMMMBMA BHB : .' */ > ., .

There may be some cries of anguish when the 1; ;,'5 ;

higher penalty' first goesinto eflect-but one NEED .. And now is the time to apply for Natural Gas Service to your home t ._ .f: .

thing is sure; you won't have to pay if unless you .

are caught parking overtime. business! ,A $5.00 "
or deposit required. .
Widespread abuse of the parking meter time ,

limit has become prevalent in recent months due MONEY .

to the somewhat lax enforcement. It is reported I It

that -some business people were in the habit of __ ,_"_, _____ Yes, now while our service line crews are in Starke, we will install ..-

parking in front of their establishments, paying a .
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dime penalty one time, which they seemed to SEE US the service line from the main to your house absolutely .. '

think Ptititlthem, ; to remain parked there the FREE ,
rest of the 'day. If the new enforcement plan is

carried out the way Council wants it to be, the .

meters will, be checked every hour and a 50 cent If you are now using L. P. Gas we will convert your equipment to useNatural .

penalty ticket given for each violation. .

The ten cent penalty was very ineffective froman LOANSUPTO Gas f '
at no cost to you. -
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enforcement standpoint because was too ..:. .
IQW. As one Councilman pointed out, Starke has .'- -
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too$5,000 much invested money to in have parking tied meters up in something, and this un-is '_- ,;, :. ,\ So save money, call the City Clerk at 'the City Hall today and 'have ':' ;'::': :'- :

less it is being used eITecf "ely. : '. o '

Of course, the 50, cent penalty will have to be your Natural Gas service line installed ,

enforced for everyone alike if it is going, to be $$600 '. Y FREE

enforced at all It should not be levied againstone V ,. .
and not against another. That will cause dissatisfaction -

and a tendency to rebel on the partof Whether to Natural Gas later
date
plan at let
those whqhave to pay it and see someone else you use now, or a us


amount getting'by of without cooperation paying from it. But the with public the, there proper is "Folks Find Us V :. put your service line in now while the work crews are in your neigh ,

no reason why the 50 cent penalty should work a : 1'

hardship on anyone. It should, however, serve its Friendly" borhood. .,: .... .
purpose of keeping parking spaces free of those '" -

day.who have been "renting" them for a dime a LOCAL FINANCE. : :, : '. JJi; : .;;

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THE.'BRADFORD,i COUNTY TELEGRAPH COMPANY :

116 N. Walnut Street CALL 10 4.1301 NOW TO HAVE NATURAL GAS' '::r

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n..n..Yn..Yn'Tfnfl" New Teams Rites TuesdayFor I Seniors LeavingFor I CC Will Hold ]1 1i Dowling Auto:Lot !.Epitaph.ship, 7:30". p. m. Sermon "Jesus At The, TabernacleA :


GRAHAM On 7960 Slate H. W.CainAt Nassau i MembershipMeetings r- i i Gets New Driveway I : Men's dinner rWednesday 6:30p. : prelude to Easter was usedat

Graham i i i m. Mid-week and
i l study
prayer
ii ] The
i i QuarterlyThe Tabernacle Sunday In the
A new -concrete is
lira. driveway meeting. Subject: "The Nature
John SlcKlnneyuuuulUUlullllAl (i '
I illustrated lesson and sermon
For Tornadoes Horace W Bill] Cain. 43, life- j i, Seventy-eight members of the I 1 being poured at the Billy Dow- : the Church."
board of directors of theStarb.Bradford 0 tutline. There will be music and
.. tithe resident of Graham died 'i BHS Senior Class and 10 adults
t County Chamber ling Auto Sales lot on S. WalnutSt. Friday: Men's work night 7 p. a messageTappropriat to the
:*Ir. and Mrs. James Griff ; The Bradford Tornadoes will Saturday April 9. at his home;' will leave early Friday morning of Commerce voted Monday' }
Cars have
and t : been moved off in. Choir practice 8 m. dry next Sunday.
illness. : by chartered bus for Miami I p.
8 iid f.mily1sited friends in 't play] the strongest football schedtile' -. alter an extended to hold, a general membership!;
Mr. Cain was born'Feb. 22. 1917 thence by boat to Nassau for a' the lot"while this work is in
in the school's history next
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Jacksonville Sunday afternoon. meen!l of the, organization pncesacbilarter \OTICK OF IMPAIR nF.i.ivivn> r T.V JIBLE
Mra. Mandy Smith of Norfolk- : faiL Coach Lennard Register has at Louise. He was a farmer and !: weekend of sightseeing. J I during theyear. progress. f PEHSOV1L PROPCHTlTXES

Va. is visiting her brother and announced that two new foes. a member of the Graham Baptist The boat will serve as their 1 la hereby given
: f.'f.vrst of these membership As provided: by Chaper SP7i( Acts.flMl. N'otic
Flster-uilaw. Mr. and Mrs. Berry'! Camden County High School of Church.! ;' "floating hotel" for the wekV: meetings: Revival ServicesAt that tangible personal property t&s**! assessed- the year un are
;i Woodbine. Ga.. and Tampa Jesuit Surviving are his wife Irma !i end. and the group will sleep and will be held at 7 pjn. now delinquent and beginning: April T acb .rases, : are drawing Interest
Dyal.Mr eat aboard! the stayin Mouday,,,:Aprfl 25, in the Pecan Faith Baptist; nf oaeTxrcer't: per month plus proportionate ron of puMishlnp! then-
Jones Cain, and three children : ship during .
and Mrs. John Willis and l ate on the 10-game slate i Room of, the tice. Vnloss the amounts set opposite each name below are paid before
children of : Inch' includes six Keystone Conference Sharon Robert, and Richard Nassau. Sightseeing tours o2 I Garden'Restaurant.1 the 1st of101): A. D..1S60. warrant*' will be issued thereon directingthe
visited his
Mulberry Refreshments will be served and levy upon the -*>ltur* of tangible personal property of the tax payers
Coin, all of Graham his the island and other entertainment ,, Revival
; services
mother Mrs Lelia Willis ,Sunday ; contests. mother i a.prpgjmn of interest to'all at Faith Baptist for unpaid taxes, penalties and Additional cost*. The names of delinquent -
''night. The Tornadoes, who have won Mrs. Minnie Coleman Crinshaw; are planned. : member Church will start Monday personal property tax payers- rod the amount -of the taiTa in'

Mrs. P. O. Starling attendedthe ,; the Keystone grid crown for three two sisters, Mrs. Irene Ratliff Adults accompanying the grad I. will be presented. April 18, and continue through cludingthe cost of advertising and the.,penalties are as follows:

funeral of her brother A. M. straight years and have never losta Gr ihE.n, and Mrs. Thelma Dyal, uates are Charles Francis and I The resignation of H, O. Day., the following Friday. Elder J. 'E- Fells Garage US F.arLUOE'ftt'h Electrical 2T5T4.SJ
I Biooker stepsister Mrs. Miss Martha Rozier class ton"IS.8 member of the board was Pierce of Grace W A. Bessent. Jr. 15..51l'Thod CleanersHwberv'Pre SO 09
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C.I league fray will open theirslate ; one sponsors Baptist Church .
Hines. In Mount Pleasant S. radford Barbep. hop 1J.42. *'$Ptt Service
last week. on Sept. 16 with a home Vcra Strickland. DeFunlak H. B. Ingram principal of accepted. Mr. Dayton said! that, Saaioset. Fla. will be the speaker J, A. Brooks-Victory Bid*. 23.03i'.*att0a.. .-'

Weekend visitors at the John I game: against Maccienny in a loop. Springs; and three step-brothers. .BHS, and Mrs. Ingram. .Mrs. since he would: be ont,, of town ant! services will be held each a'fmao!;rnwiiU &Servve Cha teen Station 54:24':.15 _'R&J\iQ.-1:1UiIJi.Seal .Er Wtrlc wP.cm.t Machine. 7&..0Rd

HcKinney home were Mr. and battle. C:syton. Comer and Roy Crin- Sarah Hunter, Mrs. J, R. Wainwright much of the time in tote future rdjht at 7:30 p. m. \!aru; ;: Cohant isr.! : <*:hn!" J :; 1$ 75S3

children The contests with Camden haw, all of Ocala. ilrs. H. V, Knight!, Mrs. it would not be impossible': him The pastor. Rev. A. E. Massey\ Coney: Island Shop Roflllrfa-"J6weler 1,81
Mrs. J. D. McKinney and !
H .U Ja-nes' D. Service!
to Fam Home & Auto Supply Seymour
Funeral serVices were held at W. II. Graham.. Mrs- W. H No attend. meetings. Wm. 'T. 'extends an invitation to the
of Ocala, Johnny Wall of ; County, and Jesuit are set for ? I pub- linann Plumbing! Co. S.J3 Station 15.T5
Lake City. Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Sept. 23 there[ ] and Sept.' 30 in 2:30 p. m.-Tuesday in, the Graham gel. and Mrs.: R. P. McLendon.The Jackson,was named to the membership lic to attend these services and P.unald nriffis Rest 15.45 Dennis >L Smith MS
will return to home committee to fill the i.!\:<* Mae Hood 1.82 :M.irke Ire Plant 151.S9
Baptist Church with' Rev. va-I
group promises
Tampa. "good preaching good
McKinney and children of Gainesville .. l A: J Rtildinr! Supplies 1S1.37 herb Thomas Drive-Inn 2'3
and Vincent and Horace I i Other 'Keystone foes will be R. C. IBobl[ Gray officiating. base Monday cancy left by Dayton's"resigntlon. -'singing. and good fellowship." Edwin Johns Plumbing -n Tny.! Service St. 12.41.
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I Buial was in Santa Fe Cemetery W. S. Johns ;.Ss Tourist Cafe J-ll
F. K. Yonge. Live Oak, Fernan-
McKinney of Lutz. T. Frank Landrum 15.45 Try-Me Cafe 3.93
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Vice visited tifta Santa Fe. and Green Cove near Hampton with Wil Tourist PromotionGroup i \ /Jerome!Johns. 4 member of the Presbyterian Church r, H. 11ollglERubt'r Shop' 3.S.:: Cranford Warren. ....._ '1.81
liams-Thomas Funeral Home of road committee O. McO.riff\ Appliance 03 what:).Burger Ut
Springs. Rounding out the Tor- gave a ?
friends and relatives in Apo- report on *.!5IT
Hears Stat :M. Gi: ilcMilUan! 15.45 ,Sadie TVillia ms
pka and Orlando Thursday' :looo s schedule are traditional Gainesville In charge- arrange, I efforts n to obtain right-of-way for I II Sunday: Church School 9:45a. :

rival foes p'alatka and Bolles of ments. Official Speakk I tfce Jour-laning of V. 'S..301 from MFKRILl.' EDWARDS'
through Saturday.Mr i I m. .Morning Worship 11 a. m. TAX: rOLLKCTOR
and Mrs. A. T. Andrews. "Jacksonville.Hegister Active pallbearers'were. Jennings I e r Baldwin to .1axs'lie. Sermon, "But Now.: Youth Fel- CITVOFSTARKE. FLA.. '

and children of Gainesville: were :: r also announced that Starting'! ,,H, A, Lawson Herbert D. Cameron,., .director lowship, 6 p .m. _Evening Wor-

..Sunday guests of the H. >!. Was- ,I the'S'squad' will play a sixgamescnedulp. Charlie WillSfais. Gene Melton. of the Tourist Service.,,Dirjsion, ,
dins I Ira Wilson, and Carlos M sgrov .. Florida Development Commission, -

Rev. and Mrs. George T'sonl1.d II I I was guest speaker at the monthi

children of Gainesville were Barbershop Funeral Monday' Jy meeting': of the. Xorth Florida '

Sunday O. Starling.dinner guests of Mrs. P. Harmony Group For Mrs;.Edwards. Trail Tourist Restaurant Association Tuesday held at morn-the THE CHURCH FOR ALL -- ALL FOR THE CHURCH

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Mrs. Delmar McKinney and To Sing FridayThe At New River'. irg. > 'i ,....;..": .:r:,".': -. _'''9
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daughter of Jacksonville visited Mr. Cameron discussed the importance

:Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Surrency last newly organized Starke Mrs. Tom .Edwards, 84, of of the tourist industryto I t

weekend.Mr. Barbershop Chorus will take part I Brooker. died Saturday in Ala-' Florida; ,and gave' suggestionsa ; S?: II

and Mrs. Bill Hines of in the Barbershop Singers' Concert : chua General Hospital 1 after an to what,might be done'to hold I Im Ir It

Lcngwood visited Mr. Hines' sister to be presented in the new : illness of 13 weeks. Born Oct. 29 tourists over in this area for .a .

Mrs. Alice Starling on Sat- BHS auditorium Friday night et : 1G75 in Bradford County, she I longer period.It I

uday. 8 o'clock was married to Mr Edwards onFco. was reported that the State ( I I II

An Easter-egg hunt will be held I Featured singers on this program 'i 3, 1895 at New River. Road.Department had agreed to

at the Baptist Church on Sat- will be members of the Besides her husband, she is place a larger directional sign at ', 'I

urday. The egg hunt for'children Jacksonville Chapter of the Society survived by three daughters, Mrs. Callahan for U. S. 301 and to ," t _', f I

under school age will be held at : for the Preservation and' Eva Harrell, Brooke; Mrs. Hubert place the sign in a better position ; ':, .": .
6 p. m. and for children age $ Encouragement. of Barbershop Craft MurfrpeVb'oro.'Tenn!: : in order that tourists will -" '.r .

through 18 at 6:30.: A covered Quartet Singin! in America. Special Mrs. Zedra Hamilton, Brookerr not miss the route, ,-, ,ii'r. .. ::.1; ...... .'

dish supper will be servedkat 8 numbers will be presentedby three sons, Charlie Edwards, The next meeting of, the., association .' I

p:. m. Everyone is invited ,to. attend The FIrida Keys and The Hi Bradenton; Ercell Edwards, Rai- will be held at 10 a.m. 1..e s;. r-1rL; ___ _'.. I

these events. Jacks.. Jacksonville musical. ford; and Seeber Edwards, Tam-Tom Tuesday, May .10. in the Garden .',. tt.._'. ,.." ."....,. ., .. .,...'. ".'-::.'. I
groups. pa; two sisters. Mrs. Janie Restaurant. \ .r .

... ..yyyyyy..yy...... The- program" is sponsored by dr:80n. Starke, and Mrs.. Martha ,',''. '., ., ,'.' :, .
Lindemeyer of Fairish; -14 krandchUdren .. '> '
I the faculty of the Starke Elejoentary GuardOfficers .. ; ..
STATEFA.RM I School and receipts will ; and 19 great-grandchil- :;: ..T fjt' I .

Le: applied to the purchase of the I dien. I I Attend Meeting ''1'r: 't.. 4

school's new inter-corn system. 1 1 She was a member of New|I In Ancient City ..-t., -'\ I
By Mrs. O. E. CrosbylllllllUlllllllllll River Baptist Church.Funeral '. "

.lla : Injured services were held at'' Officers from- both'. local- ,;' 1;.,- ,: \
Couple 4 p. m. Monday in the New River National \ : .; 1,1 1\
We are sorry to report that Wreck Here Guard units Co Bi Camp '.,. -'" '
to his In .,, Baptist Church with Rev, L. L. Blanding.. and Co.. Carke'attcnded I .,." .
is confined
Bob Turner
Parker, Rev. S, .S, Beard and
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home with the mumps. We wish : Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Dow Jr. of Rev. T. H.. Waters .officiating. the Florida'National the annual. conference Guard of I I

him a speedy recovery. i Gainesville were injured ,and their Eurial was In the church'cemetery OffJ .- '
eels Association at the Ponce D -_ .
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Francis Leuric and chIIdrm $
Mrs. total loss after : .-
car was a an accident with Williams-Thomas .
Leon Hotel in -
of Jacksonville spent the just south of Starke last Faneral Home*of.;Gainesville in weekend- St. Augustine- last
weekend with her parents, Mr. ":
week. charge of arrangements.. i
and Mrs. G. E. Crews. 1959 ( Attending,from the local units!. .
( The Borgward sedan dri- | Pallbearers' were: R. R. Andrews .
of (sere: .Lt. Cot A. 1'.; -- Covington ;;-
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Greene Dow collided with' .t, ,
yen by pulp- M, F, Wiggins; R. H.
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'Gainesville visited Mr: .and Mrs. ,, Carat:. l j)1d .. ,C; 4\t9Cap1.; ; .' ; <
',w od' trucSTc6mTnTtforfl:th e7apjLosite ,Gieen 11)r.'fl; 6@tCktozlt! ; ,;: iL iid I '
Joe "Wood/ Ma
j.v Hugh 7iCgraii% : J
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Sherman'Crosby ;
OE Crosby and Mrs. .
direction en the true* Raud Crews. \ S .;
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Walker Wood. John. D1ch _
afternoon. I f. "
Friday .
on attempted a left turn In front of i "" .
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Burnett the Dow car. Robt. B. Pares '. Drew Reddish Fred Shell' :Rodney .' -
Hall
': James Bloodwprth Col. j
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visited their children in Jacksonville : Mr. and Mrs. Dow were treated ? '1 1 THE CHURCH FOR ALL .
last Friday t in Bradford County Hospital and, Funeral Services A;.Griffin Capt Robert Jackson; ; ALL.fOR THE CHURCH '

Little Tom Edwards of Starke later released. and CWO's A. L. Crosby Jr:;, 'L. -' j./l I 'The Oxtrdt it the best.., factor M .
Mr, and Held TuesdaM H. Harper Maurice- 'Wings?> a*' '..,Ill for it IxiiUiii oi d>arcter tad
'visited his grandparents. i Walter Lowe of Lake Butler I I Ii I' t .
John C. Stephens and Lonnie food ciliietihip. It u ia'& .I.KI* Mtfiiriuul of Sunday is a special day for Sheila. She likes ,
,Mrs. E. C, Long.Mr. i driver of the truck was arrested '. Robert B. .Parrish, .., ',73died;, Fullwood. -I ;i'= ..t.!....Vr'i>MI.......Qmixh; to go to church. ,
and Mrs. John Spence of I or. charges of ''failure to yield April .3 ai.his home- '.in,Hampton- : Activities Included of'
Jacksonville;; visited Mrs. Spence'spaients right of way causing an accident.His I\,after a lingerlnr illness i He'wasl: the_ tour ',. j ; :: .unive. Tkete are favr wad agar For one thing, the church is beautifuL Sheila '
State
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. bond was set at $102.50. Lake Geneva Dec. 12, Arsenal, where .tie'. < -' why every pene itiould'tllnJ anises likes to look at the soft light filtering through the
born on
near liters were given an opportunltf\ .. ....... windows. She likes the delicate scent --
Crosby, Sunday. Owner of the truck, which had .r. ." re..!.,}) d .] < the Qmrdt. The, colored glass
number of the of 1886 the son of the .late John to. see their' 201 files maintained. i! '.! Ire: (I) Foe h-.w. -4i.. (2)'Fw kk of the beautiful flowers and the majestic ,tones of
Quite a -large the. $200 damage is Wilbur Brown Riley and Macy GllsSon Parrish. by the personnel section, to risit -: Ii-: diildrei'i; alt (3) Per It* lake of hitcommuwijr the organ. She likes to sing too and she knowl.. ..I- i iiii'

Farm residents: attended Worthington Springs. : A retired carpenter he had livedat the facilities of the other depart .I \ ,: I ad uiioa. (4) For ate t
political rally at Heilbronn the on i i \ Hampton for"the'paSt 15 years. i I ments and to learn some of the I .: t '. ,( die Church ;talf. _hkh: Cited. hU the hymnal to guide her. ;- ; '. .;:. i

Friday night. In spite of New Boat RampsTo : He is survived by his wife,::history of the arsenal, which '!. H gaol l i.d Balerul: wpfort.' Pitt le |O \ '
ram there was a record-break- Fairish of was I .. cK.rch_Kf klarly tad teal te.' Bible She particularly likes this season because I h" ; '
ins cruwd. : Be Built i Margery:; Geiger i iI I.:huilt in the 17th century. j ji l'1{ i- d.ily; knows that Palm. Sunday ia.a time for special ... .;

Harrell and Hampron. I d i .Both local units will not drill ,.1.;. rejoicing in the Church. t +"%.', .'
Pet ,
Mr. and Mrs. I .. 'Lto raU
Canal at clww '
Alto held Dar
visited relatives and In 'I Funeral services were I II 'on April 18. but will resume drills, ; .... -
children Ga. during 4 p.m. April 5 In Rope Baptist I on April 25. Both have vacancies : : : : : .. = J;; :: 9.44 Sheila feels the way she does because her par ; .'. .
friends in Eastman. i Two boat ramps, a 60-foot Church at Theressa with Rev. at present in the automotive see 1 'I -1 TInday J.... II lair l.u cola have, taught her that going to church is a :' I

the weekend. dock' : and a picnic area are sche- W. P. McElory pastor of the 'tions for mechanics, as well"!.S, .,.,; f. a'.4.e.v Jolla 11 2&-40 privilege and a joy. Is Sunday just another day .' 1,1

mtf.nru.Tn.r.nT.Ts duled to be constructed at the :First Baptist Church'' of Hamp- supply} and service stations. Veterans .' :? :1,1\1 n Frtdar" Iol a ; 1'a0! for your child, or U it-as it is for Sheila-. .. special:. _. ; .1

head of the head of the Waldo ten oificiating. Burial 'was in the and young men over 17-ate: .<. B.wd y Jolla Jt al-42 day : i.._ '.,.ti ?!,.'IW-l:. I

LEVEL i Canal about half a mile from .church cemetery under the direction : hinted to visit both armories lor J ;; ,
t PINE here it enters Lake Alto. The of DeWitt C. Jones
I !project. is being, sponsored by Funeral Home, !(cerning the advantages of Guard ,. '... .re. ,-.a i.l..
Mm. II. )[. McRae1UllllllllllllllllA1AAS tile Alachua County Recreation Acute pallbearers ,were Wesley 'f1f :: ,1 .
mEmbership- 1w- :' '::::':z..: : Yt ;":<::; .. ',.' _'.Y ..- ... ...:''-' : # 9 r\
I and Water Conservation Control Griffin. Lonnie Melton. K. B. Members of the Guard are af- .

Authority Watterson; Clarence Cooper. Joe !lorded the use of the officers and :,.. .. '.,',", -- '.. < ...-. ". t -; i
Rev. W. E. Hall filled his regular A special docking area fori R lope', and 'E. I* Birt. enlisted men's clubs at Blanding, \: :\ "" -' '.

appointment at Pine Level i boats will also be Installed at the "as well as fishing and other recreation .::'},". J -I

Baptist Church last Sunday j i Waldo Canal. j,'New Patrolman I programs there. ; :! These Vital Messages Sponsored As A Public Service .. .'
Horning and evening. Sunday Boats can go through the l j ,: ,. t I
School attendance was 174 and j I'canal from Waldo into Lake Alto I Hired To. Begin I .,=F sal I I I .' ... ., "" I
Male Chorus -
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visitors were present another canal I ._, -
many thence by ,
ana Meter Enforcement I .J"pT.-*y--* -:- '. J"' --.., ---- ,
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Mr. and Mrs. Pledges Johns of jito Little Lake Santa Fe and I I IT Meet. Monday I :.. .

Hampton. Mrs. Johns mother, on to .Melrose. i Chief of Polke' Riley Sweat announced f. .: '
In Band Room'f : JOHN A. TORODE !
Mrs. N. A. Conner, and Mrs. Jack 1 i! 3'esterday'at ,William .I : GASOLINE GREASE -V': II

Hersey of Theressa visited Mrs. mind and Sam Gerald of Heil- I F. Rosser 27, of All W Adams I ;
i The recently organized Starke
FUEL _
O. W. McRae on Saturday. bronn. I i St., has been employed as a meniIber j ;. : ', .OIL DISTRIBUTOR FOB ; KEROSENE. ;
Male Chorus will have a meeting ; fLUBRICATION-. ; .
Visitors of the McRaes the illness I of the force with the.I .
on Sunday to report police -
We are sorry I
I II at 8 p. m. on Monday Apr. 18, in SILNERAL: .
and MOnday'Were--. and I of Charles Crosby. We wish i duty of enforciBf'parking' meter the high school band room for ;: ,; 1

Mrs. Robert Taylor and children i' rum a speedy recovery. I regulations. : the purpose of affiliating" with ,. ..... : i OILS ; ; SPIRITS V: ;. -

of Raiford. and .Mrs. T. N, Nor- I At its last meeting the City i the Society for the Preservation :- ; -- tI I
: ComcU'oted to increase the pen .
and Encouragement of BarberShop ; r I
'alty for overtime- parking on : : i; ;:j 4 P t FIRESTONE- ) TIRES 3 : U S crICIDES ;
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Quartet Singing America.: ,: .... _;. ,; ., ,
meter from 10 'cents 'to 50 cents.and Officers: will be elected't this ; -y .: c ,; I '

AUCTIONEMPRESS authorized Sweat. to employ(meeting: : j .. : '
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j I an extra man fhe trial, ''periodot ? I All men in Starke and the sur- { FOR KEROSENE OR FUEL OIL :. :_ m
30 days with the" stipulation; : #:JU.a; '
uding area who like to' -sing; I Madison and Cherry St PHONE WO 9.2011 Starke. Fla,
MOTEL that he be used, o meters mly\ would like to learn to 'sing, or c ., .
Sweat said that Raiser "'would I Ph : '
., I'just like to listen, are invited to

U. S. No. 1 20 Mi. N. of Jacksonville begin his duties Monday. \J attend the. meeting and Join the .
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1 Much enthusiasm has been
group.
CALLAHAN, FLA. Bet. Waycross and Jacksonville I Jaycees Caucus I displayed and a large group Is GUY ANDREWS SMITIW'S Ir r!
WESTERN AUTO
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MONPAY, APRIL 18 -. 1:30 P.M. Well Attended txpected.: *'. 3..- ,,
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Jt.., 2.1 arren "UfcWO' i. 1'. *. >.. 1 A 23 at l ler ertU. *t A Barbershop Singers Concert Real 1 Estate Barber Shop 1 ., .
n. .....tlf.1 .waer'. .1U be Jackson.. : Associate Store '
>.. 11I..a.r.. atawiarr ...!.! '- *> !! aad I Jerome Johns of Starke was presented by the ; .
.... equip- i is
... fn.a.h4 "UIa .n t
na'I..I
.1. AIL alta t
YUle of at .
apt. .. .. .u tas. :, elected president tern of Dis-I Chapter SPEBQSA ; r *
...!. .Ir- iBdltUafd. t'n..lt' the ... wall carpe pro I i
UdltM.al r.MM beaters .... with T. 1'. fKHVICED Bl CITVMATKH | trict Two at the; Jaycee Caucus p. m.' Friday Apr. 15, in the high t< l ..
fc...tUiil U.dM.,.. I
Irt -
ahde '
auditorium: 1lw11or-
& tiiWCK.: Large school The
.1'..... _: mmrle r... for ripa..t..' for ". ..... .11.. .r I j I held at his home .oh Crystal- LakeApril i t f
trailer .par. and gar other rm_errll ..es .a this heaviest i 2. 3. Red Thompson of,:xinized Starke Barbershop gfoup : GEM TERWILL GAIt (
tratele4 ..1" l ...U. bitihway.Aland I Ocala was chsen a., district vice will also participate. : Denmark Furniture Co. ., ; : J I Ii
..... )seated' Jut rickt fu '
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ad bar Ihi.1 .1... pt perlY '
the lal'&. pYleali.l prvflt trey year. ...... '..ri..t .a.dvernal *..- '|president i have against said estate tn.th'ot;1 i : <_ ;JEWELRY C MOTORS ,!.!
trade.TER11S JiIIiI j The caucus vu1 described: as, f>e* of the county judge of Bra-.t .

: 20'D Day of Anctioo,. Balaare Ann iced. I very successful 'with about 60 i ts'onre r"N County at'"Stark,. Florida.In, Florida the, wltbfn court u Of Starke *N. L. WOODBURN Authorized .t ord. D.alerEDWARDS' !I!

,! representatives IrjnV over the i eight calendar months from theI I
1i1t4 j district attending. I! date of the' tint publication of this I
Ik { notice. Each claim\ or demand mUst .
I I be In witting and mast state tw i

1 t la '('...ty Julft't;. CVart IB Lad,' pta-4 addreta or1 of residence'and the claimant port-off and most GIB BROWN'SService Community State'. Bank l

JFir F.r Hra4f.nl r.atr, FUrMa. be siTorn to by the claimant, hisage't I
In re- Estate of G. W. Andrew. or- his a.ttorner. or It will t
deceased. 1 become void according tit law. Grocery and Market Station Of Starke
write rail
lirarrl'tlvr BntrkmiTi r
NOTICE TO CBEOITOASu IS) R. R. Andrews, ,
eat lea hie rear .blera I. the larger IaI'.I'. 1aa.taaeat Ii
patale' pr I
creditor of estate of G Administrator of .the Estate .
tb
aad ....... \
sr..1b' ealea.rl.a..hr act It with ell t ear .
qualified \. hlltaatl.a. ever". W. Andrew., deceased are hereby t. of Q. W. Andrews. deeeased.Filet I ,
.I1'.t1\ cctitied and required- file any publication OB .April 14.19S9. ..- 7 : :' : : ;- .
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-- claims or d'nj ji4 wileft they may ''-1' '4t i-5 c : ,
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: - Clerk of the Circuit Court In and
I e Autopsy Held for Bradford County Florida upon
Farm Diary receipt of proof of publication
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M'w.- rr!: *. &,, In Death OfPutnam ,jt>( Underbill'this notice Drive-in the fictitious, 167 North naiit*

Temple Ave., Starke Florida under
... By Sam McGmej which we are engaged in business..
Hall Man alley 11. and Dorothy Y Under:
/ I bill HI N. Folk Pt., Starke Florida -
-.. : sole owners.Hated .
4 tess 4 II with the lilies.. Charles Pate, 35, of Putnam this list day of Mar'h A.U..
U'SO! at Starke Bradford Coun'r-
POHCANEBLLWherein -- iA :. 's II I I The' clear weather this week Hall, died Wednesday enroute to I Florida. 3-l 4t 4-11

Spring arrives on thee feet hurt? Soak them in hot ;,r err, ',lers pas a big help to Alice and oth- :: Bradford of County Hospital, apparently -j I! In The Circa-Court Of Bradford. 1
., around here who have been natural causes. j ji ] 8I1a'T., Florida !. ( .h..UTi
wings of morning. The snow soapy water Rinse with cool 1f1f > I j (I
a+ i Earlier Dt>wa'ne Elder Plaintiff
4 .Jt ry troubled by asthma. j in the day Pate, while i' va
melts, the redbirds sing and I water. Dry them good and pow- I''in ; Joan Kendrick Elder. Defendant
: long to see a robin. ji der. A clean pair t>f hose or socks fii. I Ii I 1 .5. Keystone Heights, had com- ; NOT''? OF SUIT f
t : Our congratulations to Clyde piamed of a severe headache. He ]i In The Name Of The Slate Qf
I will go again over these remnants will make your feet feel good. I's Florida: To Joan Kendrj.-k Elder
Bradley who the SCS returned home and a short while
won
I Ij I :303 South Hall Street. Montgomerv
of snow to seek for the Keep plastic bags of any sort a- -
i aking Contest held here and later went into a coma. An ambulancx Alabama:
small the subtle beginnings 'of I way from the baby. They might i I Beautiful weather this week !
who will be our representative in was called but he was You are Hereby nnuned tnai ri
Spring. smother a helpless infant in his p' Y and the pepper corn, tobacco suit !n equity In which the relief
teas district competition. Ofi dead on arrival at .Bradford j
.. jsnucht IB i divorce has been
filed
I watch for the shoots of thejl tnd other crops now have a
bed.Raisin i (course we're having all kinds of ,. County Hospital. I' against you by Dewayne Elder fa
: Iris for the new leaf buds on the Pie. In spring I like raisin 1& chance to get going and catch i j' the above named Court and rauik.,
: vine, for anything that will assure pie. Cook about three cups of i I up. Even our berry crop is look-I speaking contests right now but Assistant State Attorney Mack, and you are summoned ordered

: me winter is almost over. |i raisins for a 9 inch pie. Add 1 r.' !rrair. dr I ing better and there should be a i{ the w.nners will not be known Itch ordered an autopsy which ether;> and required defenses to to file the your complaint Answer ar M.

Snow water drips from the cup: sugar tablespooons butter :rt f flood of fruit available within a j until \te markk our ballots next was made by Dr. D. M. Christ- said reuse in the ufn li, ? of the
.f month One thing's sure: if offers. of Keystone Heights. The j I I undersigned Clerk of said Court atSarke.
and I short time.
wind is
caves a brushing a dash of cinnamon add 1 a tr i .
these I Florida on or before the
politicians take i
over the roof, clearing the last [ Is. I as good autopsy report has not been rejcuYed ,
I tablespoon vinegar and 1 teaspoon 23th day of April A. D. 1S60. and.
y 44 care o? us, as they say they will, !j but Dr. Christoffers said
of snow |i of lemon extract [tor juiceof Plastic mulching on berries has ) to H'fa copy thereof on Hotliaj
I j we hate nothing to about. i that j whose address IK Starke. "'lori4I
: The white slips from the 1 I already paid off for Leaton i worry i death appeared to be froraj -.
lemon]
cover Last add slowly, |.! Mor- ,I S. i I I Knight plaintiff's ate 'rn ,\
a fir and pine; the branches lift, after removing from stove, 2 gan Jr He said this week that natural causes. I I 1"1'F Wfor said dale, as required
| When you make a date with'!i i, Lawn of Florida and the
: ginting; in-the wind. I tablespoons of cornstarch. Use the small patch he has on plas- [I George Huggins these '' Pate is survived by hisife, Rules of Court. If you fail to d.ol
Now I will go into the garden two crusts for this pie.I tic has paid off to the extent of I![ days, you' E.sie Lowry Pate of Putnam Hall I l! so. a decree pro confesso will! Jie

again to see if it is too early for j sent four cute print aprons I 1' J'Ib | the cost of the mulch and most lean! be sure he'll be there on His: body was forwarded Wednesday :|!jenterJ 1'I demanded against in the:you Complaint for the n-Hft-
tcne. The Soil Conservation District
the crocus that sometimes opens made to Lelamae Carter. She
'. above the ,snow. sold them all at Clay Hill. I I from the planting of 66.000 he I I presented? George with a home.petition. a week fur 4 conse.'uti V" werkt,
;! fine new watch, and best of all i commencing March 24, I960 'in
Willis Eberman.The |i made pot holders to match each s .Tl hp t4 'set: out .and mulched with wild I!he:: doesn't have to wind it. U8iIn Prndford County T-legtaph; ,

snow is melting, little by j I apron. I would like for more of Better I hay, he has picked just a very I i 1duy qualified newspaper pubs
Late Than NeverSymbolic I in equity In the above liFhut in i SlarK. Florida.
little; a slow process, for it was I my dear friends at Clay Hill to .1 few quarts. i styled Court and cause for the adoPtion I) Witness ray hand and the seal a'
so deep. Altogether this winter have them. I like to think that 1! Hear that studies are being of Lonnie Eugene Strick?; mid -Court at Rtarke. Florida, tblj
of Bradford I made to use the I land, a minor and ?*nd day of March. A. D. 1960.
we have had 65 inches of snow they may be wearing something', County's"latest" received one set-back after another The plastic mulching is especi- same approachto to serve a copy of you your are required I SEAL -

: T.'oat is a lot of snow to be I I made. I would like to send strawberry season, Ed until it looks as if it will ally valuable 'this year, for with killing off other insects that Ih'tenses, or Objections to AnSWer'j 'WCHAKLKS I.. DAR15TA

shoveled from, "walks. The boy I some to Elgin Lang to sell at II III Starling and son. Shad, are seen ''be April 20 before production gets the wet cold spring, the crop has was used to wipe out 'the screwworms l.tit titiou ione-rl upon!' Theron A. Yawn, Jr.. I .of Pradford Clerk of Counts the Circuit, Florida Court
attorney whose address
who cleaned our walks and drive her store. Any one over that way I j pulling grass in their patch two ''mto full swing. Starling predicts been very late and grass and ,-, is: Post Office Drawer 7H., Starke, l I ::1:4: 41 4'HAOTICH
piled it so high that he said he stop and see. Whoope! Life cans! miles west of Lawtey. Starling ;, gloomily that 'We'll get one good weeds are growing fast throughthe Florida, and to file the original i ,. OK I\'I'I: TION TO 'AKF:
l thereof with APPLICATION' FOR FI.1LIN
the
did not know where: to put the DC wonderful. There is an oldjj' this is the first season in his picking and that will be all. wild hay mulch. But the e Sam was at 'the prescription'1vt' said court: on undersigned or before Clerk April l i ('U.\"C

.. new fallen mow, I had to laugh saying "the woman who wears 'I' life that he has,had to pull weeds A low of 41 degrees and light plastic of course has eliminated counter the other day when a I :56. lifiO. or how cause in said I Iia Cart ef the ("...'T Judge,

for he was so right. Today is into trou- from the mulched plants beforehe frost was recorded here Monday, tare and well-known Starke Court before said date'why the .Hrarfford "Gaaty.
an apron never gets grass so growers can lawyer came !, ;etitu for adoption should not be f fctntr" .f Fiends
Cloudy: and must be about 60 de ble." picked berries. Due to the late April 11, probably setting a new pick, much later. Or and said: "If they've got any- } granted. If you fail to do so a decree IN pnoBvre

;. grees out As the grass appears So the days march on. Diggeris cold and rains of March berries xecord Jor late cold. III 'thing! (to, rejuvenate you, I think pro you confesso for the will relief be demanded enteredagainst I \In\. re L. the WALL Estate and of

where the snow is melted, it is fine and we like to just sit : Mrs. Pearl Burnham of Starke I* get some, too." in the petition. ;MITPLA E. WALL. Deceased

so green and pretty. I: see someof own in our clean Mortuary. Ha. I paId she bought a persimmon "Witness my hand and seal o f Ta ALL WHOM IT MAY CON

my early tulips are coming up. We are having gas logs put in free in Jacksonville in December,, In The Circuit Court office Florida at this Starke March, Bradford, 17. I960.>> County, ,"Speke CKJt.N:is hereby given that liar;

It will be such fun for warm ;lour' fireplace in the family 'room. -i r "" J1 "*" set it out then, and it has not .Judicial Circuit Of Of Florida Tae Eighth IB (SEAL hid. G Administrator Wall has filed his final re-

weather to really arrive. Wehaye !I I We have a small casket room 'Vt&M* M&fcy4fe 1 et budded out. We suggested And For Bradford Count.. I. CHARLES 'A. DARBY Clerkof I'fJtt of, Murla' E. Wall of and the as Ei-estate

'a had a long, cold, snowy ,;;''now on the first floor. The reception Try / -. S he: wait a while, and if it does Chamerr.Cat... :>0. 1IKT.5ADOPTION! : I ford the County Circuit, KiotiiU.By Couit. LTad- t'Ft1lhrr the Will t>f WI.. \V18
ItJ Wa *siSi. I atl: that i lie! has filed hipath
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winter j room is lovely now with not grow, that she "raise sand"the Marian L. CrosLy lion for final dUt-barge, and thai
In February we started house- geld drapes, dusty pink walls I with nursery where she got it Is Tn lie The Petition Of Lonnie Deputy Clerk Inwill apply to the Honorable
: lon Davis and his wife, Martha Than n A. Yawn, :Jr.Attorney Tlitron A. Yawn, County Judge of
cleaning. We had steam S Jimye Davis,
a painter tall I and green carpet. Like a lovely I for Petitioners tirudfordCounty, Florida, lOn11,
: the paper from the walls of flower I See where the forecast is for The For I'osf Office Drawer i91'Fjarke. lll day of .\pril, 1!I 611. for approvalof

: the old Mortuary It took him of f We have escaped flu and still higher tobacco prices this Strickland: Adoption A Minor.Of Lonnie Eugene !II' Florida. 3'l::! It 4/14 ,i Administrator tune! and for of final the discharge estate as of

vcek. Then he and a carpenter : colds. Had flu' shots last Novem- 'tear. Stocks on hand have been To Order Defend or. Publication And XoticeI I I!! Mnrla E, Wall and 1'xl'.utor: of tile

put up tile ceilings. There are ber. I shall never miss taking e [f reduced and there is an increase I!Ii I To: Chester Eugene. Strickland'1)' AOTICK nv I\TI\TIOV I i W'll of W, L Wall..decas... ua
five large rooms, hall, stairs,'.., them each Autumn. I# i i in the amount of tobacco needed'this 1!, lenera! Delivery Hi:';isTKH FICTITIOI'.ti16 it-It,ild third C day, Wall.nr 11.'Administrator- 19GO.Ilai

front and back. Then he beganPJinting j God Bless you every one this ,' year by the trade. I You Bay lunette are Alabama Notice is hereby jrUen t that thend'rsifjned. ,.f 'hf oMalr fl!( 'lllIla E Walt and
: .t Ilranne I : hereby notified that "' under the provisions I'" .t.. of the Will of W L. Wall.!
the walls a dusty pink'Easter time. Fourteen Ishon Davis and his
years ago wife. 'It Chapter 20.953: Law- of Florida, deceased.
,
> match the walls, .. t In not ;Martha; Jimye Davis have tiled a \rll' of 1941, 4t 4-t'
: : to new chapel j il spent Easter in Starke the a warning to pay tool'; will regtst/r' with thE S-J4

That took three more weeks. [guest of Ted and Charley Johns.I much I for feeder pigs one expert i iI i

Last week I made drapes for an I feel they are still my good said a good yardstick is to figureon ir r j .
I
windows and openings. I got two friends and God's finest people. the cost of the pig, 12-15,bushels 4*

e bolts of fiber glass material in a I.I I LOVE TO ALL I v > s 4 Ak c' of corn and 80 lbs. of sup- "
gold color from Omaha. I sewed,| Mother LURA : iJpment, and then decide how

20() pairs of drapes, using }:leatertape '| I 4.: "-0 ,y }+t joull come out. READERS

and pleater pinch-tite pins. i t.
: Reef Cross Fund ,
So I leally had a time sewing:;j Another prediction is that cattle -
I
& Once I got up at 2 in the morn \ Hopefully spraying his berries: fd him as a means of saving time prices: are headed for a de-

: mg and made two pairs for some Passes $800 I II with capstan and malation is end labor, allowing about a third c ine. It reports that beef breeding -

odd size windows that I'had j i grower Oscar Carter at his farm i r.iore plants in a field without a stock will be higher this I

: been having trouble with. I woke I R. E. Edmondson, chairman of four miles west of Lawtey. He has ,corresponding increase in cost month and next than for a longtime

t at up and figured how to mak the 1960 Red Cross fund drive 11 come -50,000 friarite in this field, I He's Tell pleased with the trial ,to -come. A
.
them so immediately arose and announced yesterday that totalroatributions :set our four rows to the bed. ?o far. Carter says he would have .

t began sewing. Ha! I did a good so far are in excess Carter saw berries set in this ured plastic mulching but I This week we saw' a flock of

: jon them and' they really look }!of $800. I manner while on 'a recent trip to couldn't get sheeting ,wide enough I big white birds, flying in formation -

nice. Labor costs so much now i i Mr. Edmondson expressed appreciation i South Florida with a group of !; to cover the four-row beds. "' over our place. They weie

S: that one can afford things if I' ; to the following women -I Bradford planters, and it impress- 1 flying straight out, had black- A MESSAGE TO READERS OF THE; TELEGRAPH IN

you do-it-yourself. I I i who conducted a canvass of tipped wings and we tentatively \
'
: I am cleaning upstairs now. the Starke residential area: Mrs. indentified them as white ibis.
I
Have one room painted. I have K. Chism Mrs. Louree Edwards. Local Students Yul Brynner Stars 18 COMMUNITIES NOW REPRESENTED BY A REGU-

: been putting up lace curtains in I Mrs. Robert Green, Mrs. Smith'I Get Recognition In i New Comedy ] We got some cuttings of wild LAR
: that little front bedroom. They I Dfevoe, Mrs.' Julian McRae Mrs. azaleas out in the woods and set CORRESPONDENT. '

: arc tier curtains of lace in old Margaret Blankenship, Mrs. Robert At State FairTwo Coming To FloridaYul I Ii Ulem out .at our place. Also got

New Orleans style. I will put the I i "rain" lilies. and Sam gotalong i
Firth, Mrs. Ruth Shanbarger, some From
Brynner turns his shaved time to time our attention has been called the fact
bed back tomorrow and start I and Mrs. Vernon Silcox., local students received recognition a handful of biting ants to

cleaning the other front bed I Anyone who was missed and for their exhibits at head "to sophisticated comedy for that a reader has 'been puzzled or "miffed" by having an
a change in "Once More with
room. who wishes to contribute to the the State Science Fair in Melbourne -
: I churned a roll of butter a- Red Cross quota may leave contributions j last weekend. Feeling," showing Sunday Manday item omitted from the news of his community. There are,

S while ago. I have bread rising i i Robert Edmondson 'received and Tuesday at the Floridai of
good
with Miss Lillian I II I I i course, reasons for the omission -- and it is not
Theatre.
: and so we will have hot rolls and .I Stump treasurer, at Stump's i honorable mention for his oil derrick -
the
fault
of'the
butter and honey for supper. I store. model in the geography and Brynner is seen as an egomaniac correspondent, who is doing his or her best

bake whole wheat bread. Mr. Edmondson said that additional astronomy division, and Sylvia symphony orchestra leader to the
DTlliiSoil report significant In 9
", .M news. cases out of 10 whenan
HELPFUL HINTS Easter funds are needed by the Starling was given a certificateof i whose love for music is equalled ,

eggs that are dyed should be Red Cross due to the extensive appreciation from the Florida :,,only by his infatuation with him. item is omitted it is due to lack of sufficient space to include

:: eaten in a day or so-the dye I assistance given.flood victims this Medical Association for her, modelof i' self. Only his wife, played by Conservation everything that is submitted Ina given week.
Kay Kendall, understands him
may not be harmless. Do you.a..a.cr.r r \ear. the human heart. I
I'
a The students, accompanied by I and her contributions to his success N-E-W-S

r n R. II. Jbckel. BHS biology in- I, are many and varied until By Bill Haas THE TELEGRAPH NOW HAS ALMOST 20 CORRESPONDENTS
btructotf: attended the three-day jealousy disrupts their happy r e-I Soil Conservation Service i
I E r" I1rrEpDuwI fair last Wednesday through Sat- lat! ns. .I WRITING FROM COMMUNITIES IN A 50

Brynner who keeps vhis headcueball Dale Bradley Bradford County MILE'' AREA FROM MELROSE TO BALDWIN.

_MEcmOERATGcREEZERt lee-:| ':>: smooth by going over it! speaking contest winner traveled

science topics and witnessed I! with an electric razor every daproves y,I to Green Cove Springs for the '

USABLE i iJ j launching of a rocket at Cape that he is as much atjI !.j'Area Soil Conservation Speaking Therefore, in order to give SOME space to each of these
C&nararel. home in he is bloodi Contest with Zedra Hamilton
i I comedy as in communities it is
; for to omit times
The local honors were won in :i| and-thunder roles. Foster" Shi Smith, Bill Haas and necessary us at a lesser

IOW BUDGET PRICE I competition with around 300 outstanding .i Leon Carter. important, item of personal news. We ; want to continue

r '.* exhibits from all over (;Three Inducted The winner of,, this contest will I] giving your community good representation in The Telegraph
( : the state. :i I represent the northeast area in -

I I The students and their sponsor I By Local Boardi the State Speaking Contest which] each week, and will do so within the limitations of

I if will be held in Jacksonville this
a ware provided with a station !I 4 time and space.
i' Three young men from the These de- j
I areawill summer. contests are
wagon by Terwillegar Motor co. ,
!I be inducted into the armed oigned, to develop rural and agricultural
1 to make the trip and 'their
1I I,exhibits. carry forces on April 26 through Local 'l. leadership through pro In this age of J the automobile, frequent visits to nearby
Board No. 18. '
Selective
ServiceSystem. viding .for participation in public -
They are: Johnny Ray speaking activities and stimulating i towns or cities are no longer the "big news" they were before

Easter Seals Godwin and'James Edward interest in conserving natural hard roads made it possible for people to get around and
Shadd, both from
Raiford, and
1 i Mailed In Area i"volunteers; and Pete Hodge '''of i I Soil resources.and Capability maps were I visit like they do today. Therefore, Y newspaper! ha shad

Brooker. received for the farms of. Carl to "cut down" on items shdppmg '
Hundreds of families In the i: concerning trips to neigh
Sapp L. B. Jordon. Henry Faber. ,
area have received Easter Seals :. Bradley Places Ruy E. Lloyd R. E. Lee. E. A.: boring cities;.Sunday visits, between Tolks' ottJhe? community
in the 'mail,
accompanied by a '
I Ia personalized letter encouraging a'In, Speaking Contest Iorenzette rnese maps, will and be E. used D. to Tenly.de- or 'nearby communities; 'visits that are so. regular as

gift: : to aid crippled boys and girls. ;" ,! to become "
: ; routine minor illnesses attendance
rsiop'' a complete soil and water ; ; at nearby
i .
i Dale local
A picture taken at Camp Crystal Clyde Bradley winner I

..a youngster in a wheel chair ,: in the Bradford Soil Conservation -'I conservation farm plan. churches. or entertainments; long lists of guests at parties,
Stopped by N. G. Hayes place
I! .offing other illustrates District: speaking contest,)i
'I rome of the program campers carried on. placed third, in the Northeastern''the. other day. and he was putCiting -- j reunions, weddings, etc. except, of course guests that,
''
i Ij: the North Central Florida 50-1 Area contest held Tuesday i"Icompleting!; gas in the his job pick-up.he put After the come from 'long 'distances.

I; ciety for Crippled Children. Green Co\'e Springs. Topic of' .
i' JgasTra'n i}' down, leaned against the
"W ifoUBUA Funds raised through the +'his speech ? WAS "How Soil and: |
j i bide I of the truck and remarked. We just
> are interested in
I as and : activities
Water I
Conservation
1 Easter Seal appeal will provide' Affects U r" you your as ever,
'spccaAge design makes In A usable ."That field we land-shaped sure
I every j needed care,treatment and camping ban Population.. } but we thought (hat
BIG '12i'g i has helped the drainage." I could an understanding of the problems ware
for
i handicapped children '
: MAGNA-SlAt, CU.FT. SIZE !I plus: scholarships to train more CARD OF THAXKS : 'ave planted 'two days after" I up against In reporting the happenings of 18 communities
that last heavy rain we had. r

: DOOR SEAIS-IN COLD - I!i iI young The people Bradford fin County such services.committee I With deepest,gratitude we wish Land shaping, a soil conservation I would help you in submitting your items to the correspondent

requests that money in return i to express appreciation to our .practice. "gives the land a tau- '': Your cooperation will be 'greatly appreciated and
i j ,
.
i form grade which helps remove
$$188.00 for the seals, be sent in as J(friends and neighbors :for their will enable to: give -
promptly as possible. kind deedS. flowers and sympathy -]jmrfacc water and prevents poc- us you a newsier, more interesting, and
I ..
I keting of water -
better '- ,
; 0 in our time-of sorrow. We especially j edited newspaper. "* "
Complete soil and water conservation ,
thank Dr. .
Pelosnurses and
I No :School Friday, of Bradford County hospital farm plans were pre-

No school will be held in the for their help. The family pared for J. L. Gentry and D. R. Ti

I INKIER ELECTRIC SERVICE county on Good Friday and students of Horace (Bull Cain. Bahia Redding and: They White will Clover use Pensacola for their ine BRADFORDCOME) : tEtEGRAeIl

K4- x will leave their: classes THE EIGHT TtBNY., for the permanent pastures. Gentry will

: 234 N. Temple Ave. v StarkeFIa Thursday for a long Easter weekend way you writme In and Ae. u.ctta legume cover crop' to build YOUR COMMUNITY NEWSPAPER SINCE 1S79
a
holiday. Classes will be resumed feet your favorite ESTERBROOS top'the organic material on his

'-. Monday as usual. Fountain Pea. TELEGRAPH. "cropland.:

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THURSDAY APRIL 14. 1960 BRADFORD COUNTY' TELEGSATH.: STARKE, .FLORIDA .. PAGE S

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!TTTT TTT TTTTTTTTYYYTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTYTT leased the list of prospective May: James Barber, Willie Lloyd al), E. Thompkins. F, McCray, W.!; Methodist Church GRACE METHODIST CHURCH 14 t t'"" (,1,1'.1\

NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED graduates forMay_ 1960 as follows :BI ight James Franklin Adam Johnson, N. Suggs, S. C. Waters,! L\WTEY, FLORIDA. BAt"' t'1(1.' Iii. 'tt H
Hcuston, Richard King, Latmore *v% *
; Mattie Lucille Brymer, S. D. Williams, A. E. McKinney,: Schedule for the week of April
CUIZENS SCAUOI 1(1. Pr.&eliDr'l1 -
OF BRADFORD COUNTY Williams Rudolph Williams RayMond Sunday Sunday School. 9:45a. : Sunday a m
Grace DeSue Isabelle .D J. C. Batten, H. L. Crews, F. F.' 17th. '
,ue, a.: Training 6M
Heath, Vera Mae Austin : m., Morning Worship 11 a. m., m. Union :
Jessie Hamilton, Minnie Stump. Barksdales a. M. Ritch,' 6 a. m., Easter Sunrise Servicea "
Maude Service Preaching TSp.
By Ozora SheUAAAA4AAAAAAAAAAAA4.AA4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA1A. Mae Lois Bright Bertha Mae Evening 7:30: p. m. p. m. m. llkyeiUee'tirig
I Hankerson. Gwendolyn Marshall, E. Lawson J. T. James P. A.1 : stadium.. Rev. Boyelte will WMiiesifa 7:30 p. m- -.
jD-anzy. Annie Mae Britt, Oreatha
---- ._..., *--aaaa.a-- 1 Lois Mae Rose, Ruby Tisdaje,|Hamilton Mamie Smith Bennie Crawford V- Fousy, s.: Pesuling,,bring' the Easter' message. Fellow-tripand : I' Wednesday Bible 'study, 7'SO
Velma Tyson Walter R. R. Wynn Eagles Store, Van' 3:30: a. m.. Easter Worship '
Allen
I p. m.
Thurston Elementary Yvette t Mae m.
I I Phillips and Floria Mae Finn. Principal Anderson
Priest E. Williams, W. C. Jenkins.'
Charlie Alexander, Kyler Cohen, Service.
A Yuuth<< Program was sponsored t sponsored educational tour to
a
Frazier. The .
program was well[Charles Covington, Clarence Cov- Many thanks' again Rev. L. Met 9:45: a. m., Church School.
by the school at Ebenezer !WFGA-TV which -
yesterday provided
B..pUsChurch last Sunday, attended ana enjoyed by all. '; ington, Joseph Demps, John Fra-:; rich audio-visual in t Kay,. pastor. Mary'McBride. re- 11 a. m., Easter morning worship ,
After the Youth program several porter. service.
which was a great success. Little -! formation for the students. Severul I
Ronald Strong and Morris Aaron selections 'were rendered by The of the pupils of RJE were Mt.' Zion AME Church Lawtey, Two morning worship services '
served as program chairman and I Daughters of Zion and the Tem- phus Johnson. Arthur Lee James invited and enjoyed the trip very wJl have their Easter program at will be held in the church Sun- /

J master of ceremonies. Song service -I plettes gospel singers of Starke Randolph, Nathaniel Richard- {much. A very fine PTA meeting t3 Ii m, according to Supt. Xin- day. There will be no Junior A 1r

was led by Flora Mae Fra- :some of whose children participated -1':'swi: Clarence Tucker, Eddie Tyson -:{was held on Tuesday night with wood Crawford. All scholars are Church, but the nursery will be l
I Harold Wanton, Ralph Williams. asked! to attend practice. The open for the 11 o'clock service.
rier; the welcome address by Car- I in the program. Mrs. s, C. i president Lin wood Crawford in annual '
(' teacher .. Gwendolyn Marshall will : Easter Egg Hunt will beheld G p.'m., Dine-A-Mite snack for t '
oiyn Brown A special selection I; 11CC, and sponsor. An jtharga, Plans were made for a : all wrung out J )
have the coveted honor of valedictorian i on Monday afternoon at 5 youth. .
was rendered by the school, !!entertainment was held at, the :rehearsal of "A Womanless Wed f
"Wonderful Treasure. Miss A. B. 'school on Wednesday night. An- and Joe Cephus John Ga1g" before the close of school.j!p. m. at the church. Regular ser-: 6:30( p. m. Youth Meetings. ,

Anderson first grade teacher atC i II,otner activity of this kind is son win be salutatorian of this i Ali. men of the cdunty are invited|vk'es111 be held all day on the 7:30: p. m.. Evening worship. washing the J ; I

C. Anderson, delivered the scheduled] for Saturday, April 1C, ,class. Otner honor students have''to take part. Date for the next ;fourth Sunday with Rev. Grim- '' Revival services wilt"continue I. 1\\
main address and was introduced : .\" 8 p. m. come out toLincolnCity .not; been announced. staff re- rehearsal will be announced next ;:i wage in charge. All members and through April 24. A morning service old-fashioned w'9 M V

bj a'second grade pupil, Carolyn and enjoy plenty of refreshments -.I oorter.'Anderson. week. We are happy to announce,'i:friends are invited to attend. ; will be held each day at 10

Brown- Miss Anderson used for! and fun' during your pre-' Junior High that one of our teachers. Mrs !';'Beatrice Scott, reporter. i:a m. and the evening services at ''- ,

a' subject, "Building a Better Easter weekend. The general Pi of. Jessie J. Moore Jr. sponger Willie Mae Randolph has a fine 'j Allen Chapel -AME Church 7:30 with a special service for

Ccnl munity." Response to the address public is cordially invited. S. "C.Pi of the ninth grade at C. C.J baby! boy. She is doing well and(Rev. I.. A. Sampson, pastor, will{ young people each evening at 7 | .

was made by Shirley Ann "ice. principal Anderson Junior High at Lawtey,'expects to return to school early I!held regular services on Sunday I! :o'clock. A nursery.will be provided I I USE THE NEW

McDougald. Collection was taken UJfcl Seniors has released the following names I Jin May to assist with the coin. 'J'starting with Sunday School at ;'for the 10 a. m. and 7:30 p. m'l

by little Daisy Belle Coleman, Sponsor F. S. Pierce has re- as prospective graduates for :imencement activities. She is : 10 a- m. Assistant Supt. Fannie i' services each day. '
Frazier in charge. Morning mor- In addition t to the revival ser- !
i teacher of
| special education and
"ices. the following schedule will ; ;'C011/0Iwfk
at 11
I has recently become certified In !,jthjp a. m. Easter exercise
r 'The Slow Learner" by the State.!;at '3 p. m. Evening worship at 6 be observed: S
ix Department of Education. Con-I ip. m. The annual\ Easter Egg Monday 7 p. m., Methodist tvl.5ELF
1 Hunt will held at 4 Men supper in Fellowship Hall.
be Monday
g g'y ratulations are in order for Mr. i( !
Ir and 'Mrs. Lester K. Randolph.I IThe" I p. m. The place will be announ- Tuesday, 9:15: a. m., Regular SELFSERVICECOINOPERATED
,ted at Sunday School. Don't!monthly business and program
son is Lester K. Jr. J. J. ;
Moore reporting. 'insss Sunday School if you want meeting of the Woman's Society LAUNDRY

Enumerators I|I I'to know .where the rabbit will of Christian Service Please note I
hide'
the eggs. Junior Church the change of time. V
Every 10 ,
f + 9 4 Sates years the United !each Monday' at 5 p. m-, followed Thursday, 9:30: a. m., Prayer I 311 W. Madison
IL government makes a survey -tby choir rehearsal for juniors. TOUP. '
.a to see how many people live !t
I :Ms.: N. L. Pullum in charge. Re-
V Ij In the United States of America. ;': --. -...--., '-'. ..
!gMlar rehearsal for-adult choir
.- YilW 1K I Please do 'not be afraid to anEwer -' :--' .. ..'
1c j each week as scheduled with
I the questions asked you by: iMrs..;i C. Butler in charge. Please
the people that have been selected :i'' ,
'remember our sick and shut-In
ajr to take the census. This simply -
members with a message and .
: means the names, ages, datesof flowers at Easter.. J. Givens,
birth and a few other quest- :;A. -
I ions that will take up just a very I Iii 'I teporter. - - -
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Farris BRY ANTflorida's :tle' ,, of your tune. If you have'j'' In. ,The Court Of Tlir'('..",,, Jed/ y -:----= .::---
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5 not filled out the form sent toj j Bradford Cuamtf, Florida I. J --- -- -
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you in the mail, please do -
so for In r. Otate of Florence AVollamSkecns. '- -
I tins will save even. more time: Deceased.
Honored ,
/ Most
/ To All Creditors And Persons
N.ne of these
answers you give
Having Claims Or Demands .\-
r will be put in the paper or used g l'It Said Estate: 1LZifljA

Candidate/ for Governor in any way to harm you. Some notified 1'ot and and each required of you to are present hereby, m-

nay: y<.u may want "to' apply for Any claims: and demands which
old age assistance'and: this will you. pr either of you, may hate "-' : '
i axiitast; the estate of Florence
'
A lifetime of dedl'eafedervice das brought of Commerce. He is the only man to help you. Mrs Betty' Crawford'is AV'o'iam Skeins deceased, late ofIVatvr 2Aff'
rust one" of the many 'kind 'people County, State pf Pennsylvania. !+
Farm Bryant more honors for outstanding receive this honor more than once. M the I'film I r Judge of
contributions to our state and nation than In 1949 1953 and 1955 he was named that sieve 'be n'sked to collect .Bradford County. Florida, at his r-. --
this information. Won't you, offli in the court house of *aiilCounty '
toy other. man in Florida. Most Outstanding Member of the Florida at Starke, 4
help her few ':, "Florida within NAgxlE EAu 5
Hera in lust a few: House'of Representatives i in a'p U' of bjf'answering a easy,{ eight calendar months from thetime ny4gr ; as 1 >
questionsstaffreportei.* \, of the first publication of this
H. received the "National Distinguished newspaper editors and writers. CHURCU NEWS I i iioiUv Rash claim .<>r demand shall "Here's Mother, John Shouldn't we now call the

Service Award" from the U.S. JuniorChamber Ha was cited far "Outstanding Service"to New Bethel Baptist Church will|i'I fvl.ice be (in of writing residence, and and shall jxist state office the Starke Builders Supplies and get an estimate for an-

of Commerce in 1948. the State and the University by the have services all day Easter Sunday address of the claimant and shall I II other room?"
In 1948 and again in 1950 he was University of Florida in 1953. He was I j i be sworn to l hy the Claimant, his I
starting with Sunday'Schoolat !.i-nt, or and such
i atUirney any
named one of Florida's Five Outstanding named by members of the' Legislature. 9:30: a.m.. Supt., Milton Eller-i':,claim or .demand not so filed shall :
JOHNS
the Florida Junior Chamber secret I heo'd., RUBY
Young Men by balloting as: 1
in
son charge. Easter rehearsal A. J. Thomas, Jr. By George H. N.O MONEY DOWN
each afternoon at 5 p. m., Mrs.I] Pierce, Alt}' of administrator of
the Instate of As executor of the
:
1947 "First Termer With Most Promise" PLUS Lena Timmons in charge. The i!1 1.IlIl111 and Testament of Flor- Speaks. For ,I
j "Member of Most Effective 3-Man Delegation". program will 'be held at the BTU :,: enceVollam Skeins, deceased. b!
a hour on Sunday. Rev. Vinson has Kim publication, _April '14, I960. epair( _
5ia
1949 "Most Valuable Ail-Around-Member of House" returned home' from5 the State 4'U 4t Farris Bryant t i ,f"
I PLUS "Most Outstanding House 'inCommittee"
V Convention recently held in West '
I' Add Rooms Carport ..
-
Film: Beach and reported a won- AERTARKE. f AT THRESSA RALLY j-' < *-" *f. J "V" ** >-
i p j 1951 "Most Valuable A11-Around Member of House" derful meeting. Choir No. 1 will .. **,*.

V V PLUS "Member of Most Effective'3-Man have regular rehearsal each Wed- S FL-::' f Bath RoomV :\

.Delegation" nesday night before. the third I -,
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1953 "Most Valuable AII-Around Member of House" and fourth Sundays at 7:30: p. m. < It's Time For I (INCLUDING SEPTIC TANK AND FIXTURES ,.

PLUS "Member of Most. Effective 3-Mcn Miss Lottie English in charge. SUN.,_MON., TUES. )
Delegation" Prayer meeting every Tuesday <: April 17, 18, 19 '
night at'7:30: p- m. We hope that The BRYANTFOR
Purple Gang
1955 "Most Valuable Member of Legislated" PLUS you will remember all sick and Time. To, RerootSTARKE ,
'Robert
Sullivan. Blake
Barry'
"Most, Effective House Debater.. shut in members at Easter, Mrs. GOVERNORBest

IIftoIt..... .......tw*.*a** cua- L Z. Baker wishes to thank all In The Money..
to pate,,_b...*by*hi c OOMW.- .tl.e members and many friends hunt Hall and the Bowery Boys

u for beautiful flowers, cards and Plus Color Cartoon for Kids Qualified

.. I gifts received during her illnessin I BUILDERSPhone SUPPLIES
...
the and since she has BY FAR -
hospital
FOR THE FINEST GAS SERVICE returned home Pauline Mar- Wed., Thur. April 20, 21 WO 4.420L Starke, Fla.

!stall: reporter. Blond. Blackmailer (Pd. ToL Ad.)
I
Mt. Moriah Methodist Church, \\1th'Rlchard Alien

Rev. Anderson pastor will' hold Web of Evidence r V VV _. .
I
YOU JUST < IIA4.J,7 Can't Beat I(special oif Sunday Easter Services beginning and Rally with!, 'Van Johnson, Vera Mile' and

William
Emlyn _
Church' School at 10 a. m. Supt.I Plus Cartoon for Kid .
fir
I1IIuI, II1j'Slade Gas Robert Dell In charge. Sunrise '
srvice at 5 a. m. with the pastor +
FrL Sat. April 22 23 kV
in charge. At 11 a. m. Stewardess '" b
Board No. II will have '''Sampson and 'D lilah' I Ii V.

Slade Gas is just one of the many millions of PRIVATELY charge and at 3 p. m. the Easter I j Iledy Lamarr and Motor Mature

OWNED businesses in America, built, financed and owned by by exercise the same'and'rally group.will'Evening be held services -'I I .'Day of the Outlaw a =. ?31a ,%k1s 4r":
'
I private citizens, that has helped to build your city, your state will be omitted. All parents,, Robert. Ryan- ,. Burl It es'!, Tina n aT

and your country into the nation we have today.' Let's, keep, are and invited persons to in attend.the community The mothers i i Plus 2 Color Louise Cartoons fur Kids.I

strong -- support private enterprise.S1ADE and sponsors. of the baby y kW.4Te
---...,-- ,.... .
I contest recenty held, wish to *
thank you for your support. Mrs.I leI speak the same

i Ethel Young was the winner and language in parts
GAS OFFERS all
YftU-; ,
: ;, :;;I' r ported-$159.--She'Was'assisted Florida.H *"* *" Iworft*"**
," by Mrs. W. Brooks. All contest- of

,,' :'' ants received prizes. The first weigh what 1 do or

1. 24-H our 5 ervlcc. .-.. :. 1i VJ? ? prize was a $25 War Bond. Vera j against whether
say
\ t-, C- Coleman, reporter.
'. -.r New Hope Baptist Church Rev it'wins or loses votes.

tJ :-. : L. W. Mosley, pastor will have 'a
2. Cleaner Gas ; ,: ;-, 'A ,. Joint Easter program 'and egg l. ncern myself

hunt with Mt. Calvary Baptist only with whetherthe .

t -'" Church, Rev. George Lee, pastor. issue isright Sf

Steadier Pressure For .Your Gas Needs The. Easter program will be presented -t : 4 Y .
3 i : f ..!. *, .. -'. pff.j'-. at 2 p. m. sharp on Sunday or.,wrong.'EJt. ) v

The Boy Scouts of Troop 71 '

.. vlll hide the'eggs for the group.. tt It Pays to Cogitate !" :
Prices to the planning committee
4. Competitive! According I
many eggs have been laid .
by the Easter Bunny that are t Yes, it. almost always.- pays. to think things, f

JA t waiting to be boiled colored I I _
;> ] over-before taking action. And it will :
s. Better Service; mid hidden for'you. Plan now:;to] "(yi' xTv.F )
.
.1 ** 5. i% take part in this 'pr gr m. Mrs. almost surely pay you to weigh the ,

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Leola Morris, reporter. '
Bethlehem Freewill Baptist aA < advantages of financing your next car t ':
I 6j And A.!!. tfte.Advantages of Trading.W/tfi: / Church* will' have"their Easter t V '

us-before Come in for
buy.
-- ,. ,,' .. "'1 program at 2:30 p. m. Everyone .- through you !" .. ..,'

.. !1A Privately Owned Company. I i i.and urged the services to_jittend.th throughout program,the I|| I the money-saving t t figure-facts on aBANK i:

_. 1 .. week. Services include: Monday
7 p. m.. Faithful Few Club: Tues .
AUTO LOAN !
day. 7 p: 'm:. choir rehearsal: ,
,'
(Next Door To Winn-Dixie) Wednesday. 7 p. m, prayer meeting t -or 6- : '
I II
.
100 LB 7 m., Prayer
; Friday, p. ,< .'
Band; Saturday, 8 p. m-, I Cap 1 1
Circle. Club No. n., led by Mrs.

BOTTLES Rosa Lee Green and Deacon Itt- CARL1ON .
SLADE GAS CO. die Stone, wishes to thank the I : FLORIDA

following persons of both races!: -' '. 'v.'.
$7.50. for donations to our building GAYERN0gV :i -.T. ;:St; :RI ,

WO fund: :T. 'H. Futch, H. Steffanel- I. .__ ._ i AltK Hj.J.._ -, .- -- ,

"PIIONE 4-3551. :a. A. P, Johnson M. C Ray, A.. swe" PIIUI'IIMIo' Mha..r..aoa' ; I'G 11..,.;...'': Tm f. "'D4 +TgaA*.'.sLMIMrtDtatlCIJOS. ,+Tlb$4I.at1tOtN:

.;, .. G. Moffett. P. Jenkins, it. 4 t-wt tw. fOIl SOY.ants rania .-.:. ,

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Petroleum CouncilTo Two Candidates V Tornadoes Softball League Rotarians Hear STARKK PKEC1XCT: NO. 7--NEW* RIVER:
Lose I
P luniberPays irk;:: Charles lI.1rllIn'pHtltI: Clerk: Mana l.uInW'lggins\ ; Inspectors -
V I T. X. Norman: H. K. Tyiw: Ellia- : Murjrgiiea Johns: Bulali -
New
Elect OfficersA For Governor Musical
Due Begins Group
beth T. Shaller; Doris t;. Norman; Mae MoodIbert: Moody.
Two Games II I Juumta 11. Hardy; Austin Winkler; 1MIECINCT NO. BROOKER .
meeting of the Bradford- Here SaturdayTwo I Season TuesdayThe F r.om Palatka v Martii& S. Tancey: Ethel M. J'arks. flttk II... Dyal: Inspectors:
Stiff S Fine PRECINCT XO. 3 SOUTH N. 11. Hajes. Sr: Grace G. Bighara
.'Union Petrqleum Council will beheld aspirants to the Governorship In Past Week City Recreation Department A musical treat was enjoyedby STARKB L.'.-t ),Fdward
at 10 a.m. Tuesday, Apr. 19, ClerK: \. L. Crosby. Jr.; Inspect's. By order of the Board of County
of Florida will make Softball League will begin the Rotary Club Wednesday ; Jewelle H. Noegel; Blanche I II Commissioners of Bradford County,
'in the Garden Restaurant. according appeal ances in Starke on Saturday Bradford Tornadoes dropped I For SmashupMarcus iu season Tuesday night April when the Vikings Glee Club ofSt. Cooper Vaughan; Edward W. Cool-. Florida, this April 4, A D. 1 SO.
=
to an announcement by Je- V berth; LillianV. Bishop: Kenneth I t S&\L..
Tome Johns chairman of the local April 16. two baseball games during the j 19. when the first game gets underway Johns River Junior College I C r: Jo Ella Hardy, V. CHARLES A. DARBY.

Doyle E. Carlton Jr. of Wau-t past week losing 6-2 to Forrest at 7 o'clock. All games Palatka, presented a program Nichols.ritSCClXCT. A'I Clerk
,
An election of officers ; NO. 4/14 IT
.group. 4 GRAHAM
will be held chula will be here from 9:15: to High of Jacksonville last Friday. Pringle. Jacksonville will be played on the Softball diamond under the direction of Glen Hall. Cierk: Clarence J. Frazier;
at this time.Franlt
T H. Owen of Jacksonville 10 am. and will visit in the down- [and 7-Cto P. K. Younge on TueiI >i,plumber, learned Tuesday In County -! : 'at the high school athletic Miss Faye Maxwell a graduate ofBHS. I Tht-lma spectors: John A. J. McKinney; I I

town district. [day. Judge's Court tMt it doesn't;I field.! directed the group in one rpw 8. Rrougbton; Frances il. w.c.T.u.
secretary of the Florid
i Petroleum John McCaWy of Fort Pierce Is | In last Friday's game played ,pay to lose your temper at least I The Recreation Department expects number. I'RECIXCT NO. 1U1IPTOX J j

Council, will attend the'ses- scheduled: to arrive( here at 5:30: here Forrest wiped out an early when the personal property of. a very successful season Earlier in the day the Vikings Clerk: Win. II. :Maxwell; Inspect-1 I "ALCOHOL REMOVES THE
sion and ors: Daisy E. Dennison Gordon P.'ailsorth .
present a program of p.m. Saturday and will speak at I 1-0 BHS lead by scoring two runs I'another is involved. Pringle whowas I L with six teams entered in the had presented a program in the Sr.; Neta V; Johnson; FINISH FROM PEOPLE FASTER

interest to all who atte d.I the courthouse. in the third inning and adding two at outs with a. new 'homeowner l league: Camp Blanding Company BHS auditorium. The Rotary program Ploy PMEC1NCT L. Cannon. V THAN IT DOES FROM FURNI

I I more tallies in both the fourth I over alleged defective work "C-1 National Guard Garden was in charge of Gilbert ClukHenry XO.TMRRKSS.V If. Ilinaon; Inspect TURE."

I Vote For and fifth frames. .was found guilty of wilful, and Restaurant Lions Club. Noegel Gold wire. ors. Jean B. Darby Maul Sibley [SUNSHINE :MAGAZINE

: R. H. (Russell) GREEN Jr. Wes Watson had a double and;;|.malicious destruction of property I Auto Sales and Waldo. Prior to the luncheon Rotarians Kowell.Jildred Lucile Brinson; Hazel L : _

1 single for the winners while i tand paid: a $500 fine rather than I The Garden Restaurant walked attended the noon-day Holy Week V

Johnny Devore. Harvey Tanner 'i serve: six months in jail. I:loft with the'league championship service in the First Methodist

I ILV'J FOR and Tommy Clark each had two;1 The charges were brought by i last year with an undefeated sea- Church.
.
I blows for the Tornadoes. Devore I[Ethel Lorenzetti 'of Jacksonville, l sun. It is expected that the com

;, V 'I and Clark had doubles. who had employed Pringle to install I petition will be much better this .rs.OTICE. TO CREDITORSla SHOP !
Cart of the Commit J11d5c.
County Commissioner :Morrow pitched the win.I a septic tank and plumbing I I:far. Bradford Tannty. Florida.

1/striking out six and walking none. ;i in a new home beingbuilt for her I: The schedule for this week is: I a Pro ..,. SH 0 P
In rt: Estate of James Bryant De
near Heilbronn Springs. She declared ''Tuesday April Bland- SHOP
Dist. 5 (Brooker and New River) Marty Crosby and Bill Jackson 19. Camp ceased. !
tossed. for Starke. she madea partial payment'I I Lig vs Company "C" at 7 p. m.and TO( ALL CREDITORS AND PERSONS -

COUNTY AT LARGE Fifth Loss .on the work but that Pringle installed Garden Restaurant vs Lionsat MANUS HAVrxa GAl ST CLAIMS SAID ESTATE OR DE-:

V \ TuesdaY's 7-6 loss to PKY was t the septic tank improperly I 9 p. m. On Thursday April 21, You and each of you are hereby

Believes in Representing All of Bradford CountyI Bradford's fifth in seven games., and it would not pass Board of I Camp Blanding vs Lions Club at I I i claims notified_ and and demands required to which present you any oreiti.er Don't Buy Your New Car
it
1 Health specifications. She also
The Tornadoes led 2-0 and 5-2,. 7 p. m. and. Noegel Auto Sales vs I t of you. may have against thep..t.lte
Will Appreciate Your Vole and Support in early stages of the game but i sa id that pipes were installed i.i ii I I II of James Bryant deceased
Waldo at 9 p. m. I I I late of raid 'ounty, to the County.
a four-run inning made the dif-1 i *improperly and she refused to pay i I Judge of Bradford County, Florida V on the First Stop V
I f erence for the Blue Wave. J Pringle the balance of his bill, I at his office In the court house of V

Bradford pounded PKY starter I I 'until he made corrections. After! I said within County eight calendar at Starke months, Florida.from --- S

David Wiles for single runs in ,the,;extensive arguing over the matter i the time of the first publication of
'" this notice. Each claim or demand
HEAJOHN second and third frames. and'Pringle, smashed the pipes in a..' FLORiDATHEATRE hall, be In writing; and i-hall Mate GO ANYWHERE FOR A PRICE
three more in the fourth. Bratcher :'fit of anger, the plaintiff said. I' the'r'ace! of residence and post office .
relieved in the latter frame and J i t Fred Larson ,Jr of St. Petersburg address' of the (claimant and
]
shall be sworn to by the claimant
finished out, limiting the Tornadoes -, currently working with 81housing his agent' his attorney and any ,
to only two hits the rest'J I contractor on a project 1 Mich claim or. demand not so filed. BUT V
haIl be void.A.
I of the way. V I'here, pleaded guilty on five worthless II T. Paul. As Administrator of

Trailing 7-5 Starke got a run' check charges Wednesday the Estate. of James Bryant V
del>ealied.Fir"t
;- inV the sixth on a single error and i J'morning and was fined $35 on'each I SUN. MON. TUES.Aprill7,18,19 publication April 14. 1960.! FOR A BETTER DEAL SEE
V' I hit batter. With bases loaded. I charge for a total of $175i I 4t i-5

I Bratcher fanned Vendor to endi1: and ordered to make restitution, :NOTICE

the inning 'on the checks,'totaling:$142. There I Iii i Notice Is hereby given that the

e V In the seventh Devore walked i also a warrant for him on a: "One of the Most Hilarious ha\following<> been appointed Clerks and for In the:<,OI'I.tor'\First

V with one out for Starke and stole(r worthless check charge from Primary Election to be held Tues- Billy Dowling
l** second and third base. Bratcher I I''Green Cove Springs, and he was I Wedding ilay, JCay 3, A. D. 1960.! In the various -
precincts of Bradford County,
retired the next two batters to j'ordered to make restitution onthis I |i Nights of Recent History Florida:
end the game. J also. i ij PRECIXCT NO. LAWTET

Bratcher led PKY in hitting j) The term of County Court .I !I" !v'It'rk.rthur: Ethel IX Reddish C. Pearce: James: Inspectors H. Across The Street From Setzer'e

with two blows\ in three tries l was resumed Thursday morning Ejnlce, Earl C. Slosley; dladys I.Cal'ter .

Tommy Clark had two hits fon1BHS (with several cases of minor importance Time MagazineSTARRING Rosiei., Mary. B. Moore; Louise C -

in four efforts: i j i ] to be disposed of. f'HF(,IXCT NO. i NORTH I ... ._.. __ ",. .i: --: ', :-. "
McCARTY No game Is scheduled for this i

Friday. will Next play Tuesday PKY the on TornadoeS the Sunrise Service V Sell It Rent ft Trade II 11 PEYTOV*PHONE 8. THOMPMOV WO FLORIST.4-4155! liT.

Starke field. UlSTIVCTItR FlOWERS
\ Set For StadiumThe WH WIRE FLOWERS AXTWHERBtfchg!
CANDIDATE FOR GOVERNOR
WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED

$$1,750,000 Issue annual Easter Sunrise FOR SALE

SPEAK in STARKE Service will be held at 6 a.m. llldMscri MRMORIALB: A0 RE"OLPTIO*. -----____ ..---__ 4 Cents p..r 1V.r4 New and used Building; Supplies.
I$rlve
in the, BItS ieuAu I Ufl I 1 way pipe IV lengths $1.25
.Sunday stadium. In
20 WORDS OH LESS Ou I..rrtUB (MUI.. ChirEe __ .ft per foot. See Billy Jaekeon Jack-
Gets Go Ahead I tin re event of bad weather the son Building Supplies. tfchg

ew high school auditorium will
EACH ADDITIOHAL WORD O\'ERZO: VV- __._ fe Per Vf.H
be used. Rev. H. O. Boyette of YUL BRYNNERAND 30% DISCOUNT ON REPEAT nSERTIO\8! SANK!: AD Kl\G8LBV WKR 'Fwd m...
5:30 P.M. SAT. (Continued from One] hone
: APRIL 16 Page deslgaed for .
the First Methodist Churchill Z3e ADDITIONAL FOR BLIND ADS OR ADS NOT' PAID IN ADTANCB.] .t IIB beat with paved vrr walk..llvlac

appears that the 80 per cent sur, be.the'speaker' ,,and music will be p 4 dok.' Price rea.eaakle.. A.car.J.
..
..
plus gasoline tax anticipated to I provided by the High School .1. mat, Rmlior. 303 x. Tratplc
I LADIES HOUSE FOR RENT A'e. Stark, FU. Tel. WO -Arel..
-. Inquire at
AT COURTHOUSE'SQUARE VV accrue to:the Department for use Band. KAY
PM
KENDALL Are you in need of more money? Station tfchg
in the county will be adequate not The final Holy Week noondayservice I
only to retire the balance of the will-be.held In the Methodist AVON COSMETICS bold the FOR RENT-3 room upstairs furnished -
'Be Sure and ,Become an.AVON REPRESENTATIVE ; Apartment Private bath and HOMES
,(Pd. Pol. Ad.) See"RADIO answer. C 6T4RKB
p 1,000,000 Florida State. Improve-j I Church on Good 'Friday with entrance. Adults only. 481 S. Water
ment Commission, Bradford County .: Rev. Bob Badgett of the First and serve your Si. Phone WO 4-3782.: tfchg I 'In bed rou. ..... with

Road Revenue Bonds of Nov. 1 I,I Christian Church as speaker., neighborhood time.: Write Ouida during p.l Swwt convenient, P. O. UKKHODP.N NVB8ERY HOME r.iorda...,. It .Roo..,."...'.DIalsg I. rttttt R..ro.ii.u... Ih1.*

1954 now outstanding in the approximate Good Care for your child. Fair 2 Prartlrallir ..w 3 bra .
reo
I Box 540, Live Oak, Fla: (:ates. Licensed. Phone WO 4-3031 h orn. with "I.!. r..ce. elei.
.bl-
,amount of
750000.
1126 N. Thompson St. tfchg. ,rrSIor large 10' D.w.
ELECT but also sufficient to secure and DISPATCHED .1I'tO.00. paysst
: WE HAVE a new loan program for ::1 Perfect ,.
ha .
retire additional revenue bonds in farmers. Loans oi 1 to i Jean FOR HALF. R oes, with Fl.rtdar.wSR11'1'
1 the approximate amount of $1- t- for the entire credit requirement Ready. mix concrete concrete block.I'Onl'8. ur .... I.r.i. ".' U"A
SERVIC hi. fence posts sand cement
a of the'firmer and fam .4 .
000,000 needed the Motftr rock steel, ihrr perfect borne
to finance ily. Gainesville Production CredIt! mix oyster shell b..roo.. ... with 3
above described Association (20 North Main Llnierock and Roof Gravel. Phone .arpor. Dowa p..t
S .
Monday night's projects.resolution was Gainesville, Fla. tfch WO4-2521... Bradford EngineeringC. tfchg l I....:00.00...... thenibly r..t. Jla,...... ...ck

.' :3 And
only the first of several that will ; RADIOS REPAIREDAU r....w bone aantber p.r".tl: bed
with
: VV1 have to be passed before the refinancing .:: l-: Make All K4el* Complete Tee Service SalV. "l""f """".brez..qa"Br r.r..t.'"'.
..,., UacaaabU CkarctaSHEPHERD'S ...ru.... .
plan is formally adopted. RADIO TV 'II of the above ,. .
Still to be worked out are details -I !.... Gre... Ow *r Pruning Bracing De- fo"t-! .f-H.. ititb CI7 .tlll/l a .... II paved.
412 F.. Call !>t. Ph... HO 4-4&01 ing Cavity Work Tree Removal .r. really '" '*. F'
of refinancing which will Starke. FU. I I..,It. market for a.....
have to be approved by the board SALES Transplanting; 1app's bps. ..f''tlo..1 you to u. .a..r.1I eI
bargata.
before the plan gets under way. i COLONIAL FLORIST S Tree SurgeonsPETE
Only F. T. D. Florlat in Starke.
t. I. T..u.....
., SERVICE Flowers wired any place. Flowers SAPP, Owner I I I 211i: ,. T..JlI.U.. H.'or'f.) MO -17'1
for all
occasions Phone
locally.
Absentee Ballots STARKE PHONE WO 4-S963
I WO 4-6291. SOS East, Nona St. tfchg i I

Are Available FIp.$
RENT
.
I RQ\ViCTOR 1lE: t FOR ments. RE Reasonable FurnUhed rates apart-Near 1'1'slid:. 1rrll.hou"l'. Space- J bedroom and wlttt'r unfurn-heat-

Absentee ballots for the May I c chopping renter. Phone WO '-2011Or I South 8t.Berlha$ Pearce 3SVest
( WO 4-0771 call at 213 .
I evening or It
1! 3 primary are now available at V.? STEREO RADIO WOodland SERVICE ON So Cherry St. (Shell Oil Co. Office.) I I Itfrhg
the Clerk's office in the courthouse SALES & REPAIRS ; I t vILi !SIVIV1.: tn
respoDlllble
V ALL MAKES
V according to Mrs. Marian I 4-6901 p&rty 0)0 ea.y terms three
room.
:inI ,
Lit) hOllllfl.
I ------------ HASTINGS MATTRESS Excellent
L. Crosby Supervisor of Registra- condition
: n laru lot.
Partly .
oi
,
tion.Mrs. :., SHEPHERD\ & UPHOLSTERY WORKS i. X.lIman, 516 N. ChLrry f.rnl..hed.St. Itehg W.

-I1 Crosby added that the
i 110 Lemon' St. PaUtka .
absentee ballots may be appdielfar ...JNMANJLCR.EE!!:..OWNElL_. _____ 412 E. CALL STAUE 1011:0< ,En SEWiNG IIACIINE..V
: until April 28 at 5 p. m. Furniture Repaired, Upholstered l"o r"IJr""tatlve MOndays will be In B'radford
and Friday For

J MATTRESSES& Refinished REBUILT or\'I.fO:!call X.on liiin..r Marion any wake Sewing fit. or machine Machine write aerie ('0.-

A. Thomas Phone
Jr. V ISO.
SECURITY GUARANTY : Lake City. .'Ia,
V New Innerspringsand For Expert Tree Surgery Call OurAgent Ttcbg

COMPANY Box 1ANTED
: Springs 224 X. Temple Phone WO 4-3965 I :n my horn.- Lady Private or couple to Jive

% Incorporated Drop Us a Card or CallPALATKA tI lf'IJa Rboden, Rt. rooms. See
YOUR miles Box 72. 4
*' EA 5.91K6 FOR SALE 12 ft. Penn-Tan I Ph'me out W04-U31.of Starke OD Raiford Rd.
OFFERS blOat with windshield and wheel" ftp CI;
STARKE WO 4-593 Mrs. Robbie Shaller. WU- !3f.

STATE! REPRESENTATIVE MRS. PEGGY SHALLER. Starke tfchs FURNISHED r e'fl, at JJJ S APARTMBVT WateV Croom._ for*
Call B. E. (Gene) Edwards foryour bath. Apply 20( s. Water
Aceat carpenter work. Free estimates.
Satisfaction guaranteed.Phnne 2trba ft; 4
2 % \F.\ER TOO LATR TO IOIE"E.ING wnau.. 1tp 4/M -
; CLASSES .Chicken fertilizer:
for adults. All and lime spread
1. Graduate Bradford County High School subjects. Credit If wanted. Write I I 11.\WH FILED on your farm. Also house trailer
Director. Box litO; 8tarke or call Od: Saw reconditioned. Pick up for tl'nl. J. B, Whit.. phone Wo-
t WO 4-3071. or visit Adult Educa- and delivered. Phone WO 41441.Calvin C--l'31. ttp 4/1T
2. Graduate University of Florida. % PER ANNUMINVESTMENT tion Office USO Bldf. for addl-, John' tfe-hl{
Lions I
Information. tfchg ,
FOU S.'LB New :3 BR-2 Hath FOP. KENT -
home, TerriZB n..... Hrsitlfal Kit Famished cottage
FOR RENT I near BHS. Designed'
3. Former State Commander American ruom house. -Phone Furnished WO 2 4-4411.bed- I rhen Cabinet. GE D... Heat f>f.. I "r Aolngle i lady. Very attractive for bachelor and
t Lance lot 2 bL. .tr
Legion. ern. ap r i. ea convi.nient. lIee lrL
tfcng henneI'. 1I3
HMpltal' .. fcearlaa i. ".' :3 % fcMahone 81. phone WO 4-SJ44. V
t TAILOR MADE DRAPERIES ttrr rest *r r.arratl.aal Fl&aBrlaK.i'all I- tfchc
tr@e labor. Mrs.. L. K. Hklttbead HO ft-2.*
Peggy 20$
4. ,Has been or is now attorney fo every t:. Adkina St. phone WO 4-59J4 Shaller.tfchg ,,-d... Fla. CTehc 414
Incorporated Town the a tfchg DRESS MAKIXO slip| cover,
in
County and the pIth fo outDoor CERTIFICATES FOR Rb"XTTo Adults first floor Urapca and general alterations.
County Commissioners. up V 3 room and bath apartment. Close Hours 8 a. m. to 4 p. m. )fr.. A*ita
tlley'ree.tiftcJ Income Tax ServiceMON. In clean! desirable. !510 N. Cherry: Moreira on :SOl next door to B. T.
They've heard about St. tfchg Thomas Lumber Ta.nl4tp 4/2S

5. !Has'assisted countless Veterans to get Our water he atova This is! not a formal offering which is made only by THRU FRI. 1 PJtf. FOR RENT 3 'bedroom bungs. FOR
RENT 4
V pensions.v r and secure homes. prospectus furnished on request. May I have the Information Saturday AttM- PJtf. low tel. F.R.IIU Lafayette!. St. Call Jackffttivlll tfchg- houie and i -room room unfurnished fnnished

9- V We are engaged In giving top offered? C. E. HUTCHESO.V t.oue. Apply 301 S. Water St. tfchg

6.Knows. the needs of the County V and itspeopJel quality service at the lowest pos I NAME -, -___.. ________ C21 Pratt Street FOR Boat.SALE Phone- 11 ft.WO Plywood 4-41SS. Fishing Pan' WANTED -

sible price. When there I b anj I .- '. IStekc 04I I I Patl' Stp 4 n 1 1I work.! Tucks Auto Dishwasher'Cafe. Night Up

emergency in your borne don'tfail t ADDRESS.;_.____:-:...__ ---.. ---:. FOR RENT OR SALE S bedroom! FOR RENT or Sale : bedroomhouse. I i I V
to call at -'i' ,.='", '. onfutniiihed house at MO N. Cherry Call Milton )Mosher WO I I. ,
once. Delay FOUR
DI maybe
7. lIe will work LOTS 60 X 113
hard to represent Bedford CITYPHONE: ----_-.--___:-___________ St. Rent reasonable. Floyd Green I 77tt for d-faHa. Itp'Is.., (Hwy. .0) Baldwin. Will fu 1:Drew.
County and its citizens in the Legislature. costly. phone WO S.2J43 tfch V W A TED Secretary to take: ,.t if road comes through. Reason OB

NO. _V i. __:..-__ _--_ FOR !I' shorthand and .)"plnc48 hour: able. Good location for motel ftu-

0 I Offer Limited To Residents Of Florida Only. front home RENT-Two OB Klngslejr bedroom Lake. Com-take ':i work Iv-ntflt4.week.Paid Hospital vacation.and medical Salary Jug ocn,station Ph.. CO or l-4it homes.. Baldwin-C. R. Rho-Fla
Kletely ornlsbed. Available to
:!open. Give experience In first letter Up
: SECURITY GUARANTY COMPANY June L Call Carl Johns WO 4-4291.;;, Write P. O. Box 123-E. Stark.
Will Appreciate Vote 1 !
Your : tcilg4I
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I Incorporated PA'N'TLN'O and paper Hanging '. FOR 8ALK UU Ford <4< door
\ I V Ralelgn Zlke, Phone Keystone 3SC11 I FOR REXT 2 bedroom furnished hard top with Thunderbird engine
and 215 W. Ashley Street:. Jacksonville, Florida cr RFD 1 Boj 470. Keyston ct I llwiise Phone WO 4-71SJ Itch S very tiean. WW trade and finance.
Support Phone ELA Heights.! 4tp 428 H. c.. Is llnger 421 N. Walnut St.
V V -1S58.EL4.7859 .j i Ifely W..(.. *.!"... .r Agent Phone WO 4-2U1. itD
FOR 8ALF-18 ft. rhrtt tjf Dee pFern. j I (2.S6 per hour or more for part or:
V (Pd. Pol. Ad.) YOU MAY START YOUR INVESTMENT 14 .... *... OrlglmalM4tlrB .rlH I i b bV I full time route work. Large repeat WILL KEEP CHILDREN
.w 1254, '&-1 ""ild... I'orders. Man or womtn. Write McVES3. -' during
_. .-- -- .- -_.-_.- -- I \\lTII$35 UP .TO $25,000 Pkaae WO 4-9191, 1115 Fran St. CO.. Box 2766 DeSoto Sta.. S.day Orange in my Su home. Xu. MeOe. T4'
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: KEYSTONE HEIGHTS' MELROSE FLORAHOME AND :LAKE GENEVA



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J Cornwell:., Mis., Mrs. Huntley Redfearn, John; Albrecht be, heid ,at. 8-, p. m. O'Connor OpensRealtyAppraisal I _..
Michael Redfearn, Mrs. [ : Bids On KeystoneSchool
N. W. Loses Baptism will be held on Easter .....
KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS Hardenbergh Mrs. Dorothy: Life While
I Eve, Hojy TEROSEBy
Sherman Saturday April 16. at I [ Addition
and
Miss Mary Lou _
i4:30: I
Fishing In Lake i p m.J I
By Mary K. SchaelferThere1 from Gardner Melrose, all of included Keystone.Mrs Guests John >: J: Holy Communion and Sen'icewill Office In Keystone To Be Opened

I Webb Miss Kate Webb .'Mrs. Earl John C. Albrecht 72. drowned ) bo held 'at '9:30: a, m. Easter'Sunday. C. J. (Pete] O'Connor recently I Joyce RothhammerAAAAAAAAAAAA&AA. _
,last Friday afternoon hi Little There .......... The Clay County school board -
Be A will be E. Y. "A.A..A.)
Hot TimeIn Brice. Mrs. no C. .
secret Etta
I are a ; so she can't tell you Menge, and Mrs. : OiX-ned a real estate and' appraisal -,
:like Santa Fe. as he was fishingin i:meeting on Easter w J open bids Monday for construction -
&
The Old Town I a thing. The official figures will. Jim Gaboardi, mother, of Mrs. evening. office on Lawrence Boiilevaid" -i Mrs. W. R. Campbell
front of his home. and children. of three additional
c.me from the District Office in Prtvost. I j: Starting in May, the 'first and in 'Keystone Heights. '
Saturday .
evening. April 16, : ; Roy and Sharon, from TynthU classrooms at 'the Keystone
tJ ere wil be a Chicken Barbecue I Jacksonville. Mrs. Sprow is grateful Tarty At Elmore's i! Deputy Jimmy Hamilton. who1 i third Sundays will be Holy Com- ,. Prio to moving to Keystone' Air Force Base spent several Heights elementary and junior

and Democratic Political Rally to the families who received Mrs. Thomas, Elmore entertain- investigated the accident, saId'''ciuniotv'I 'Sel'V ceS. The Second and Heights two years ago. Mr. 0'- days with Mr. and Mrs. W. R. ivigh school. _

at Keystone Beach, starting at 5 I her N hospitibly. She also ap- oj at her home in Keystone Club that Mr. Albrecht was wading at'I .'fourth Sundays will remain Connor had a real estate and appraising -j Campbell
preciates ;I he edge of the lake while fish- ;Moll lig Prajer Supt. H. C. Long said the classrooms .- _
p. m. Dinner tickets will be $1.25 the extra work done by Estates on Monday evening April and Sermon. : office Gainesville. for Miss ,
,
I those to : ,,irg. Ke hung his plug while casting Months that have I Clara Ellen McElveen recently -I will provide for addition of
Joi" everyone over 12 years old whom she had to give 11. with a Stanley {party The a fifth Sun- live years. He was formerly with I
received
and went out in 'a boat 'to day will have her nurses' cap a 10th grade starting next term.
find Thc for the youngsters., Let's :special forms. Stanley products' demonstrationvas a combination of American Oil Co. in Jacksonville I from the
a.tempi; to loosen Morning Tuomey Hospital School The board plans to add 11th and
the lure. _
Apparently
turn out and hear what the candidates i Keystone PTA Mothers given by Mrs., Edna Branson Prayer. Litany, and or aid Miami for six years. I cf Nuibing of
; : have to 'ay. A good voteris 1 U'ui 'Game of Gainesville. Mrs. Elmore's other ;, he lost his balance and oifices' of'Instruction: of thec' Mr: O'Connor is also secretary is the sister of Sumter Mrs. S. C. Clara 12th grades at the school within
fell! from the boat into' about six t iiiw. Eugene Sap; tiia next few years. _
o! the Keystone Heights Chamber
guests
informed voter. Friday were Mrs. Frank Ilgen.
an
evening, April 8, feminine ,and and a 1959 graduate of Melrose
I
1 a half feet of wat*. We wish to
Census CompletedMrs. !Mrs. Charlie McGlave", Mrs. Mil- thank the teachers of Commerce. High
members of the Keystone I I I The accident happened about ifor a. School.
H. A. Sprow who took the red: King, Mrs Kenneth Cooper, ; very successful workshopCia.sswork i
Height PTA beat the Melrose 1 p. m.. and the body r- \; iid Mrs Ruth Hollis returned last Unwant''lI4airRemoved
1UGO) census in the Keystone Mrs. Bill Warren; Mrs. Mamie. was ? and a special COMMUNITY CHURCH
tJwn Ladies' team 27-25 in a !covered about 1:40. Efforts to "Thank You" week from a visit with her
Walk : : to the of '
Mrs.
Howard women KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
Hp.IDh city limits has completed Murphy,, Jr., i iMEDICALLY i1
basketball game at the City Park daughter in .
revive him were unsuccessful. An's[.. Anne's who Augusta, Ga.Clal'rnce
Mrs. Howard ; prepared the __
:: her job. The final figuresLee's in Keystone. Proceeds for Murphy Sr:( and suppers Dr. Albert C. bit Minister
were Mrs Jack Reid. j attending physician said it was for the work-shop. Mann, who is a patient -
_u I I the Athletic Fund for the Key- : i Mrs. J. L. Hetherington I IOreanlst in the
I' Veteran's
I I possible Mr. Albrecht's death First Baptist Hosmtal in
Keystone Civil Defense On. Job Church APPROVED I
and Choir Director j
Hone School and a record crowd might have been caused i take City "was able to
by a Tuesday.'April 12 the Women's spend a
,
Last Tuesday Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Morning -'! METHODS
attended the evening, April 5,
DriveInTHEATRE game. The girl heart attack rather than drown- Missionary Union of the First few days at home last week.
the Clay Worship 11:00: a.m.
cheer-leaders of the Keystone County Civil Defense !Ung. I JBaptis; Church held their monthly Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Williams returned Edmund
Rescue Unit
School! were on hand to lend : had Practice Alert. '
moral to their home in ,
A Connecticutt -
All members.reported.,On i native of Logansport, Ind., meeting \\'hich'as followed FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHKEYSTmE _
'
Friday
support. There was also a game IJr. Albrecht 'J'y! a last week after a stay in DWYER '
had lived in Jack- covered-dish luncheon intne _
tiere bona-ftde HEIGHTSJ.
beLween the Keystone men and was a \ alert, but I Melrose.
the Melrose men. We don't have many of the'en 'were at work, 'sonville about 20 years and after j I, educational building. ..' R. Smith, pastor, Ralph Mis. Nettie Mann several ELECTROLOGIST :
his spent
retirement Easter
had lived his Sunday
: at morning, the -
that score at the present writing, so only three were on hand to try place on Little Lake Santa Fe. combined Cherub and Carol Copeland, Minister of Music and days in Live Oak visiting friends Tel. FR 2-8039 -

KEYSTONE HEIGHTS but; Ijear it was a tie In spite of to save the life of Mr. John Al- I 'Choirs will church organist. and relatives. For an Appointment _____
render the
the several crippling injuries received brecht a drowning victim. Unfortunately He is survived by his wife, Mrs. '(song, "Hooanna Jesus two-part Services: Sunday School, 9:45a. : Winners of the Melrose Duplicate 107 W. University' A\e Suit 204

Showing Full Week by some of the players they weren't called!i jEmiline i I Albrecht! Albrecht of Selma; ,a Ala.son,, and John R. i King." Mrs: M. G.to Eckford, from Our m. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. I. Bridge last week were, 1st, GAINESVILLE, FLA.Heal _
soon: enough. The keystone i two
tne Keystone gals are real enthusiastic I j i Jacksonville will Training Union, 7 p. m. Evening Mis. Alice Ketchum and Mrs.I
I sisters.j sing Gounod's'O
APR. 15 THRU 21IThe and plan to play other Heights Fire. Department also ('' Divine Redeemer", and the services 8 p. m. Helen Phelps; 2nd, Mrs. Paley -

teams in the near future. answered the alarm that day 1 I Funfral services were held atj:i I Adult Choir will render Handel's"Hallelujah take church worship a family I I Boyd find Mrs. Dottie Scully, 3rd,
This unit 3 p. m. Monday in Tinity Lutheran affair."
Retraction
known *s the Clay .: Mis. Allen Graham and Mrs. Facts!
[ Chorus. Everyone is
entertainment I Church in Jacksonville I .
County Civil Defense Unit is the with;
In announcing the abovementioned Invited: to the 11 o'clock Emery Cooper-
service.
: most IRe\'. R. G. Reichman otf1 ST. AXXE'S EPISCOPAL
game in last week's ouly one j of its kind in the coun t iatinr.: i The Melrose Woman's Club will
,'* wonderfulentertnment tssue'l Burial was in Oaklawn Cemetery Plans are under way for the CHURCH, KEYSTONE Your body has a natural immunity -
I ty. They will answer all distress 1 j hold
W2 said that the Keystone I 1 I{r Annual Vacation Bible School a Bake Sale Saturday, April
to disease and Infection that
under the Sundays
direction
:
of 9:3Q.a. Church
Kyle m.,
I calls :n our county. and sur- 16. at the
would play the Melrose PTAteam. i(I which will be Melrose Post Office.
Funeral Home. followed by a great School. 9::30 loaves no "Mde effects' or "drug
,a.m.toming Prayer
That is what we were told. lound-counties as well. i'Revival. : I Mis Frances Stephenson, FHA
i Full particulars will follow -. and Sermon ((1st hangover." This natural Immunity -
,
Sunday Holy
However, a phone call from Melrose ;' Members of the unit are: Ray in a few weeks. sponsor; Virginia Ford and Linda
Communion Is controlled the nenous
) 6 by
last week informed us that ,('I Chance, director Charlie McGlave, j 1 home at Twin Lakes. The ladies'I' Wednesday night, April 13, the Young Churchmen.p.m., Episcopal Strickland went to Clearwater to system. Nerve pressure or tension -

IiI, it was. the Melrose town team, j i Bid Beam Dr. Don Christorrers,!jcvaie! for a delicious luhcfieon* : regula.Chw'ch Conference will Holy Days 7:30 Holy attend the state FHA Convention. can prevent this immunity
am.,
that would plaY-and not 'the )jH. L. Ownbey. Bill Belote. An- i and held a business meeting follow the Prayer Meeting. Adult Communion. I i'While there, Virginia and Linda from working properly. Nerve

:Melrose PTA. We were asked to |thony' Baker, Sam-'Gardner, Everett )afterward. Those present were !Choir; practice wil folow the Con- Third I!modeled the dresses they made pressure" removed, by spinal adjustments -
Wednesday Parish
I retract it. So we have. I j Fox, George Schaeffer, R. the officers of the club. Mrs. Roy farenct.Personals. Covered Dish !',ia Home Economics. I I restore immunity
., ..... I.IDnY .."- Slork; Shower For Mrs. Prevost ,'H Jack.son'and Huntley Redfeam I Watkins, Mrs. J. D- Henderson. SuppT 6 or 6:30: Cheerleaders were chosen last and best of
I quickly and naturally
I
Am.JJSlAWiAI !!. Jr. 1j Atek: nt Melmsp Rrhnnl for. th,.
...._.._____ I Tnuisday evening, April 7, Mrs. |Duplicate ;,Mrs. J. R. Cook, Mrs. Henry Mi- Lt. Col. and Mrs. David A. Nelson pin.The Rev. Millard H. Breyfogle, -'--Th-os- ;; : all "no drug hangover."
c To Move Location c-ming j
Mike Adams was the hostess at a j j Ckle: Mrs. J. A. Williams, Mi's. Mr. and Mrs. Welker Byron, Vicar. year. e were.j
,' The Oieda! : Bowen. Carol Hurst Bessie -' F. C. Rutherford !)LD., of Birmingham -
Keystone
I stork shower for Mrs. Thomas Heights Dupli- Donna Walr th, and Mrs. Ray and Axel! Malmgren visited Mr.
ONE SHOW NIGHTLY Icate Bridge Club' which has been Chance. Ridenour, Paulette Tyre, Mar- Alar states 'Chiropractor
Prevosk who is expecting her first Committee chairmen!Is and!:! Mrs.. Edward Rinehart in St. William's Catholic
child in a matter of weeks. Mrs; !'meeting at the Recreation:Hall at ,present were. Mrs.:. Sara'Mcn n'-I 6nanco on' Wednesday,. April Keystone heights ChapelS [; let Slade. Elaine Samson and are obtaining results that I could

ALL SHOWS, Pievost was completely surprised. 'Si. William's: Church'' will meet at I aid'.. Mrs.:, Charles Wallenius Mrs. ': i$th. They also had lunch with Trudie Morris. They were chosen I, Dot have obtained \vith medicineand

I She received' many lovely gifts tne Masonic Hall from now on, Julius Hanson: Mrs. A. P.. Crosby the Rineharts Sunday Mass at 8:30: a. m. by the faculty. surgery.
I I I
START AT DARKShowing for her prospective offspring. The j!starting this evening.. April 14. Miss Cleva Carson, Mrs. Carl I Mr., Albert Bachmann who has Holyday Mass at 7:00:: a. m. Woman's. ClubFollowing I,; See Chiropractor first- andsave

\ hostess had delicious refreshments Winners from last, week ,were Wistrup. Mr: S. E. McKay, Mrs. been spending several, weeks'witn 'Tuesday Ma&a at 8:00: a. m. the luncheon at the I|1 I your .
both time and
Confessions! before all regular meeting of the money.Bellinger
At for her guets prepared by,I i Mrs. Allen.T Graham and Mrs. John Karges .Mrs. Alma Frost, ;i his wife in Florida left, on Sunday Masses. MeiroseWomazfs
I personnel of the Conditorei. Mrs. Emery Cooper, high; and Mrs.l1old and,.Mrs.: Herbert Nelson. \\c,I from Waldo for his northern I Baptisms., marriaees' and instructions Allen Club Wednesday, Mrs.I Chiropractic
Canasta. Party at Woman's Club]Ihcme by appolntme.i.'rRIN1T1I1SQPAL. Graham gave a :review of I
Mams' guests included Miss Bar'* Larsen and Miss. Iva Hill-. in Massachusetts. Duringnis'stay

Regular. :Prices, bara Southwell. Mrs.'Don'Morg.n,1 ft..:':.r second(.$i&u' ;,T;-f ,'/ 1.Mrs. John: .Karges',and Mrs. J. Mr. and Mrs.;Bachmannjtnjoyed the Mrs.book J., "The Emory Nun's-Cross Story." --Clinics
read
Mrs. Gilbert Reed Mrs. Don I Keystone H.lhis' Chamber : M )Williams( were hostesses 11c :-I 'a ,week in St.'Petersburg.t CHTJKCH. MELBOSE slate,oi the
new officers for the 426 N. Walnut St. In Starke and
coming -
II]Ot"Conimerc'e, Newi nt1y, .at ,a bridge and canasta I ,, Mrs. Arthur,Ryan left on SunIday Sundays ,- 10. a. ra.. Church j year which included Mrs. :
C.
.1.1P I I :The next,meeting.of. the Keystone party and luncheon at the Key-i! evenlngby'. train ''from Jack- ''School 11:15 a.m., Morning' Prayer [Continued From Page 7] 728 Unl'ersJty60 in Galnesille.J .

Heights Chamber of Commerce stone Heights Woman's Club. :i tonvllle for her home in Chicago, and Sermon (First Sunday -.--

win )be .held, on Monday, i There were .45'guests.' The hall after wintering:: with her daugh- Holy Communion). 6 p.m., Episco- -... :- -..:..---- .: '- :- "!o' : .:: : ... .:.- '._:." 'ff;' 3fi: : :--:--:.. ,
I April 18, at 8OQp: / m.:. The third and the tables were decorated twith fi'S family, Mr. and Mrs. Her- pai Young' Churchmen. I-

Monday of every: month is the .azeales from Mrs.' William's' Ib'ert) ; 'Nelson' and son Herbert. Jr. Holy Days 10 a. m., Holy $7 SO Per 10-Lb- Cylinder GAS __
regular monthly'-meetln .night.. I garden on Santa Fe Lak'e' ]post I II I Her man)', triZidS .hated to see Communion. _

I All citizens of Keystone are reminded -I e&ses were assisted in cart; topitncir l'ier; :0.Mr. The Rev. Millard H. Breyfogle NO INSTALLATION CHARGE
I "PETE" flTAWWHB to pay their Chamber guests by Mrs.. JH.." Cook,p and -Mrs. Welker Byron Vicar.

J. dues, if they :have not yet doneso. I Mrs, Henry Mickle and Mrs. Ray wtarnes. ere saddened on Saturday by I NO CHARGE FOR REGULATOR I

Remember, 'the Chamber of [ Prizes for' hjgh t scores news of the 'death of a dear
Cummeice is ''a n i1- tOfit organ- w ere won by Mrs.'G. E. Wiggins, friend Mr. Michael J. Struck, of Mr.. Claience: Sipe was taken to Delivered Anywhere Within 10 Miles

Real Estate and Appraisal Service tat1onhleh promotes the general M!s. Sarah McDonald. 'Mis. Louis|Baltimore,. ,Md.: Mr. Struck and : the Bradford County Hospital last I FOR FURTHER DETAILS CALL
Saturday for after
X-rays suffer
welfare and prosperity of the Kyle, Miss Marguerite Grennan his h wife were' guests at the Byron I I
Lawrence Blvd. Keystone Heights ccmrnvnity which it serves. The and Mrs. Olive Stevens. :home in February and made quitea ing a fall at work. We wish him

Keystone Chamber has established CHURCH NEWS number of friends in Keystone a quick recovery. I REDFEARN'SPh.4252Keystone

PHONE 4297 / an office for point of contact S t. Williams Catholic Church p who will also be sorry to hear ,Cookie Young Richard Younj.J _

located on' Lawrence Blvd. This being Holy Week, Mass this news. Susan: Davis and Frances Reaves Heights Fa.! I I.SME Ir
,
.. in the office of C. J. 0' Connor will be said in Starke at St. Ed-i Miss Frances Reaves spent last all Keystone students at Bradford -

Realtor, next dlOf.to Gina's. High ward's Church at 5' o'clock on! weekend in St. Augustine visiting County High School;* took

.. 0.1 the priority list of projects is Thursday and Friday evenings;': ner mother and. step-father. Mr.I part -in an Easter Program' at 'I

LISTINGS WANTED :the development of the Air Park on Holy Saturday evening, services and Mrs. Carl E. Stand and. the new auditorium : m Starke

ai the Keystone Airport for in- will start at 7:30: p. m. and||their family! I last Tuesday evening, April 5. r-

I du trial use. Plans are also underway Mass will be said at 9 p. m. A We were sorry to learn that [Continued On Page Eight :] .
On Lakefront Property -I Improved and Unimproved ,
to repaint Chamber of Pre-Easter vigil will be kept -

Residential l Farm and Business Property.WE Commerce signs on,all highways Carting at 7 p. m. on Thursday I liE RmEUTOR.FRtmR
ioadin into town. All members aatil: 10 p. m. and all day Friday, McKAY AT KEYSTONELAKE I

w.il receive monthly newsletter starting, at 8 a. m. until 5 p. m. '
HAVE INQUIRIES FOR ALL TYPES, AND m the near future. Suggestions; In order that someone will be in JOHNSON Big Sandy point lots of waterfront. MORE USABLE SPACE ,1

INVITE YOUR LISTINGS. Mom membership intended to the church at all times during Bargain at $6450 thrown i& free, furnished ramp, sleep It, "

help in Chamber endeavors will l lO this vigil. Father Dougherty has d pwell. bath. boathouse. 20% down- 10 ,'n. to pay; LOW BUDGET PRICE I '
{
? solicited. Again don't forget: requested that families whose

J I jour dues. names begin with the initials A LAKE GENEVA Restricted lots, sandy ,beaches! in town.

.... Scout News and B take the hour from 7 to $3975. Other good building lots with lakevlew 600-$1973.. -n I
... Erownie Troop 229 8 on Thursday; those whose '
i. Need' a nice home See us, we can arrange financing with low 1 !
t
The "fly-up" girls of Troop 229 names begin with C and D, comet down :

planned and executed: a flag ceremony -, 8 p. m. for the, second hour: payment. _

Oil dear for their meeting on Mon i E. and F. the last hour from 9

day. April ll.The Troop marchedto to '10. Friday morning will start S. E. MCKAY REALTOR

Brownie Leslie Beam's home with G. and H, at 8 a. m.; I, and '.
ft Aft ft
on Lakeview Drive, where they J. *at 9, and so on down the alphabet !l- ( JII _
III _lIt IM'! IL1 i'I ;
Keystone Jleights 307l-23914151
held the ceremony." : i :: -" '
Tne troop has also started planning Holy N'ommunion may be re- Melrose GRanite 5-2968': ,

their Family Night Supper, ceived at the afternoon Masseson

and have tentatively set the date Holy Thursday Good Friday, 1; : :

ior Friday, May' 20, it' 6 pm., and Holy Saturday, .

Should any 'parents of Brownies An Easter egg hunt will beheld

!U unable to ,attend on this date, for the children in the AQUA POOLSAll _

Ciey: are asked to contact Mrs. Catechism classes on Saturday

Dsurcr at 4331. Another date aiornir.g. April 16, at 11:3D.: New. All Shapes '>'';.,:t
-'-', ); can then perhaps be set so that \Vuile the small try search for =
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> all parents may s attend. esgs the nuns would like to confer and Sizes *

rubs Enjoy Outtaf; with an! their parents.

Pops Are Pooped Confessions will be held before

Dens 1 and '2 of Cub Scout all services this week. _
Pack 305 went 'on a hike and I Plan- are underway to hold .

No, it isn't. You can send that deposit !.icnic on Saturday afternoon. Confirmation at St.* Edward's in .SpaC8 Age 1 design makes a very 'fath uiabfef.;

-. April 9. There were'20 boys present Starke on Friday evening April BIG, 12.1 -
by mail-any hour of the day or nlgh\ and 7 fathers. The boys en 22, at 8 o'clock. Members of St. .

joyed hikes a d''"In 11ntain climb William's have hopes that the HEW MAGHA-SIAt CU.. FT. SIZE ,. ;
Why not use this convenient service! ing" on woodland trails in the next class for Confirmation" maybe DOOR SIAIS-IN COLD - :

ravine. and also hoi dpgs. cokes, confirmed in the Keystone AS, LOW AS

Ask or write for some of our banking. potato chips, and cookies. Fathers church. $ ,OOO M4Nin44aW $S288'i'

who hadn't been hiking for sometime Plan: are also underway for a
by-mail forms that save your dxne may have found It a little parish monthly bulletin to be PHONE TODAY: 12x27 Size "' ,

dificult to keep up with the off distributed; on the first Sundayof Keystone 4305
Heights No Money Down _
spring. Little BUly Belot was ea'ch month.St. .,

THE KEYSTONE STATE BANKMember overheard to remark that' he had I Anne's Episcopal Church (Collect Calls Accepted) Up To, 5 Yrs. To Pay "We Service Everything We Sell"REDFEARN.S,4J
better 'catch UP' with Daddy soht
On Good Friday, April 15,, the

F..DJ.c.A wont get tosVT Lenten Workshop will hold its 'Y
Mrs. W B., Daw* Q Entertains final meeting to finish pro jecLs. TRIEST CONSTRUCTION CO. :
Friendly Bank in .
a Friendly Community ,
On Tuesday. April, 5. Mrs. W. The meeting will be at 4 'p.Sm..

Keystone Heights, Fla. M. Dawson entertained the Executive At 7:30; p. m-. Cub Scout Pack
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!!,.' Board of the Keystone 305 will meet in the Parish : I IA."I '
Ph. 4251 9391 Keystone
Ifeights WomaJ -ctab at her 1 House. Good Friday services win I or Heights. ,
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I TEN BRADFORD COUNTY 1ELEGRAPH. STARBJB. FLORIDA THURSDAY. APRIL 14, .1960VVV

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VVVTVVVVYVVTVVVVVVVV National Guard Officers' Association grade Intermediate Scouts who! !I land. a minor, and you are required POLITICAL FOR COUNTY CO9IMlSSIOEhtDI.TlUCT and your confidence will not bSinrerely i. May :to t.* ut. i
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to crve a ropy of your Answer ] TURKICI W. E. Lawson
Conference. 1 will become Senior Scouts in hereby nowiC' candidacy n.jI.It't'd.. j
Captain J>fen&s, or Objections to said petition a my
KEYSTONE I i Theron A. Yawn Jr for County Commissioner, District FOR CIRet'IT JI"DGEO .
Jackson has been recently trans- i I June. The Melrose Girl Scouts upon ANNOUNCEMENTS P. D. Reddish
'i Three (South Starkei subject to I
'petitioners' attorney, whose address) I hereby announce: my candidacy
!erred to the staff of the ,Adjutant -I!!have only been members of the j;i is l"cCJt Office Drawer 791, Starke. | the will of the' Voters In the May fur tn* fitlffj\'flrtuK .udg4' of.

HIGHLIGHTS General St. Augustine. T'neI!i Gateway: Council for about a1' .Florida and to. file the original primaries. If elected ttr this responsible FOR STAlE !sENATE I the EilirJicfaT: I : C44itpf i ferula. -
To the voters of Union and Brad'
thereof with the undersigned Clerk I I Ii FOR STATE SENATE office I promise to give ( ro9* l| Yoijr WU ffcd :*, I1P-'
conference was held at the Ponce year and they have lrealy received -| my est efforts ,toward a progressive fort! Counties!: 1 l _
ALALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALAj I. i of said Court on or J>efore April :. I wish to announce to the people port will be appr&ialed.
I wish to announce that I am aI'AI1Jidate
Dt Leon Hotel, and Mrs. Jackson man y advantages. :SB, I960 or show cause in said cf Union and Bradford Counties and impartial administration of -THOSJtRDOK.JONES.
for State Senator from
was much impressed, by the old- Mrs. Fremont Tolles is sponsor I I! Court jretluon before for Adoption said date should why not the be I Uat I 'will be a candidate for reelection -'I county the affairs as a of whole.my district Your vote and and the the 15th Senatorial District. In. FOlti.4OtN1'1'tOii9hlS't1ONEft, : : _

[Continued From Pare 7] i world charm and splendor of the of the Scouts and Mrs. C. L. Bass i,I grained. If you fail to do HO a decree to the Florida, State, Senate support. will he appreciated- mas'ii? this decision I was motivated I- DIsTRICT 0>E

I notel. 0 is cosponsor.Betsy I I' pro confesso will be entered the 15th Senatorial District. -r-Seeber D. Goodman by an earnest desire to be : I wish tw anneineeM7e&fldideTfor
Heights- 'I ron of maximum service to the people
While the Keystone Comralssiintr.
against you for the relief demanded *" re-election as County -
Whiie their parents were in St: Holden Celebrates Birthday in the petition. I leel that the twenty years seniority FOR "COLLECTOR of .tnr two counties. Having always District One rounlyatlirt. -
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Melrose basket ball ,games were I I Tothe citliens of Bradford as a private citizen taken T 'have tried*'\o wtT& you _
\ugustuie. Lane Bob. and Beth The social hall of the Melrose Witness my hand and seal of : and prestige! that have In an active part in efforts to ti- I ,
a lot of fun on Friday night, of I office at Starke Bradford County, i the Senate i" of untold value to my County: I m-il and faitbfqUy in. the past andif
Jackson visited their maternal Methodist: Church was a 'scene l [ Your support is earnestly re- -elop our area I feel that these honored 'by re-election to this

they were not so hilarious for :randmother Mrs. P. H. Haskins, I'gay activity Saturday when the Florida this March 17, 1960. peajtie, and I am asking you for questedin my -campaign for reelection ff.trta can be greatly expanded position<< oftrtfst I will 'oontiie mr
who injuriesin i iSEAL) vote and support on May 3rd. as. Tax Collector. Bradford throajrh my sei i vice as State Senator efforts In behalf of the people, ofi.iy .
three gals suffered n Ocala. youngest: of the younger set of I CHARLES A. DARBY, Clerkof Charley E. Johns County. I appreciate this opportunity Your vote on May :3 will help ] district and the entire county.

practice. Mrs. Fred Dodd gota Airman 1-C Leslie Ridaught I Melrose joined Betsy Holden,. the Circuit Court Bradford to be of service to the peopleof me help you and the .entire dist/ Your favorable consideration and
of County. Florida. FOR STATE HEPRESF.NTATIVRI Bradford. County and pledge rict. I thank you. I ''11I k* greatly -.
appredated.
broken arm, her right one vote on Hay >>
son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Rid- daughter of Principal: and Mrs. By Marian L. Crosby,* am a candidate for election to mvsetf. fft fAnrinr-t. the,.. jkffAlrftof_. I -||- Gay Andrews .
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cc.urse; Mrs. J. O Murrhee, Jr., ::ught 'arrired in the States on !I Clarence Holden in celebratingher I Deputy Clerk he Florida House of Representa-' the. office with courtesy and effi! -I __ \-EiARtM.D1._ XORMAX.
suffered a broken toe, and poor There A. Yawn, Jr. t Vres- from Bradford County. [, ciency. Your vottvon May 3 will be FOR SIIERIFPBR.DFOttlCO1TY .
months
18 fourth
Sunday, April 3, after birthday. Attorney for Petitioners TMs is my first bid for elective : deeply .appreciated.. I FOR SCHOOL BOARD
Mrs. Richard Murrhee got a juty in Labrador. He and his The guests began arriving at Post Office Drawer 791Starke. puiblie'office.. If elected I will dill- Yours pincerely, DISTRICT TWO f

broken tooth out of' the deal! wife from "St. Peters- I 3:00 p. m. laden with gifts for Florida. rentlr and impartially represent J. .11. Kelly FOR SCHOOL BO VIM ,. I urn a .candidate* for ..*- Iet'ttC\n-
came up 34'4t! 4/14 Bradford County and it's'citizens. I DISTRICT TWO I as School Hoard Member, District 2. _
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Dwyer Jr, burg on Monday to visit his parents \ the hostess who met them'at the ask your support and vote on May FOR SIIF.RIFF I hereby announce my candidacyfor I I iibj.Ht to the will of the voters In

are looking forward tocomple- Leslie will be on a 30-day door, assisted by her sister, Shel- \OTICE .rd. '' In placing my- candidacy- re- member of School IVard Brad- i tilt May primaries. If re-elected t. _
A. J. Thomas Jr. electi0n I before the citizens of -f<.r County Hist.! Two. I am a veteran : tontlnu efforts In behalf
will my
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tion of their new home on the to be : T Milton :Mosier will not be re- :
!cave, and then expects lfY.I I Kradrord County. "1 would like tO of World War II. and have of the schddl construction prograra.
corner of Clover Lane and Lake- stationed in California.The I Nursery School games were pponsivle for any d..btaor billsrnadc FOR STATE HF.PKRSENT4.TIVT! I I I 1'1'11"J11y" pledge to give the people three sons now in school: am aproperty and will work to intensify the
in by name after April 4, I ant. announcing owner and taxpayer and.if all schools
he highest type of law enforcement program at _
view Drive. During construction, Senior Class of Bradford played and songs sung, followedby 110;) by anyone except myself Residue my candidacyfor personnel and equipmentwith 'I ejected will serve my district in maintenance tho'(
the: Dryers will reside with Mr.Dwyers County High School will spend the opening of the gifts. ia! 502 S. *Epperson' St. Milton( officeof a minimum of expense to and county to the best of my aiity. with $30,000 already available by
Mosier, Jr. 4t 4-26 Stat.Rf'present- to the county. This I have done : ready at all times to advise next term and maintain a firm _
Mr. and Mrs.E. around the ;
parents, Easter weekend in Nassau, leav- Ih'ese] were placed "
j alv'e.} from Brad- during my three terms l in office, with my constitutents for the best i t-iand against any form of integratiiui -
W. Dwyer, who also live on ;ng Friday morning and returning i huge balloon'tree in the center of LF.GAL XOTICE ford "County. This I and will continue to do if you interests of our schools. I invite ; in our school ,,)olt nfour

Lakeview Drive. evening. BHS rhe denied BIdo Will Be Received Ia ik my first bid I hen or me with re-election in the !] your careful consideration of my I fi.tuinued support and vote on May
Monday room.
on .Office Of .'..t. Supt. For BnniattuiAffair for public office. May primaries. Your vot. and sup- qualifications and will deeply ap- | .; '" I ii iJ) he appreciated.V .
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lee and Mr. seniors from Keystone Heights Betsy, with the help of her Florida !State I'rUon Ip Being a life long I port will be greatly appreciated, prelate your vote and support on r, tBillv) r.qWF.f.L.

aid Mrs. Key Sargent enjoyed a who will be in the party will be friends, blew out the traditional To Andot: Later Than 10:00 A. resident of Brad-anda \ -
\I. 20th For The ford County ,
April
Following: .
boat trip up the St. John's river ?PJcky Sunderland, Sarah Jo candles and they all enjoyed eat- To FurnUh And la"taUlr Coa- working man, I If' .

on Sur.day, j\pril 10. They went Sprow, Frances Reaves, John ing cup cakes and ice cream. \! diiloBing ICauipmrnt For Florida feel needs I of know the peo-the Qualified-By Far

Lake Dodd Lane Jackson. Charles Ellis After marching around the State Prioon Hoi.pltal OperatiwItoera ? elected Best
ss:. far as George. And Out Patient Clialr. Plani I ple and If \ ,

I lr. and Mrs. H. L. Forden of: and Susanne LeMee. I I balloon tree each guest was given :May ttt Secured From Office Of I will devote the :

West Hartford, Conn. spent last Mr. and Mrs. Bill Few and I Ii a balloon to take home. Joiningin Axt. Snpt. For RaxIneaN .Affalm necessary impartially.time to do Your the vote job fair and -. .._.. 0' "",("" ''''' -' '. ..'...,"'.. ;'- .. ---7''
I FlArida stato Prlwoa. ProwpretUeIllddern and ; ; .,,'. .. '1 .
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week with Mrs. Forden's parents, i three boys will spend this weeke:1d the fun with Betsy were Mont 'i..1t Ib..llafloa'' support is humbly solicitfd.G. I < : p "" w > ,, : ': "o:
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P. Prevatt ,', 0. .. ''i; -' ; .: : ._0 .,, ';'
Mr. and Mrs. JL M. Ferrell in the in Roswell Ga. with Mrs.i I Theresa Gaboardi. Vicki Seykora Shad HtKMfT Surh \ "It'Wlfb :_ ""' -- '.
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Perrell's home on Lake Brooklyn.The 1'cw's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glen I Erenda Odom, Anita Hazen and I Inqairle* Tot 'FOR. COTNTV COIHIIJ-SIONER! &se

Fordens were enroute home Morris. Chelly Holden, and Masters Jim- I Florida' iilnle Prl_.. P. O. net 231, DISTRICT FIVE ; ;
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from Miami where they had been Mr. and Mrs. Frank Walrath my Neale Hal Eisenacher- Eddie Halford. Florida. 331 3T 4-14 '' 'hereby announce my candidacy/ __

vacaticnins for a month.De III and their infant son have t I Gardner, Eddie Sapp, and Jeff II III fi County: r .County; l>i: McPherson. In The Court or The Conntr Judge, I have been a
Leon Hotel and Mrs. Jackson moved "to Jacksonville. I Bradford ( the May primaries. _
i 'ounty Florida
were in St. Augustine on April 8, jMetrose PTA Elects Officers lb Probate. N .Resident which of Brooker time I for have 16 been years a, t __

9 and 10 attending the .Florida rrYTYTTYTYTVYTYTTTTTfYTYMELROSE i The members of the Melrose In Re: Estate of Ouy: Hadley farmer.18toing, cattleman and seed pro- _
U..et'. Dt''f'a'c-ct.
County Commissioner -
\PTA unanimously approved a To All Creditors And Person lucer. If elected your best effort ,
I pledge my ',; i
them Having Claims Or Demands Against conduct of ,
slate of officers presented fair and impartial _
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f CYPRESS .&&... &..&& &&&44&&.. i it;' the nominating committee at!I Pni.l Yr.u Estate and each: of you are hereby HYP affairs and of the support entire county will be. 4 9r'\ lp .S'k., -S. ..j'i f ?-S.--- _

the regular monthly meeting no'i'ied and required to Jlrf'.ntAUY YJUvote: .
(Continued From Page Seven] claims and demands which deeply appreciated.Zedra '
1 GARDENS Monday night. Those elected were ,! y.".. _or either of you may hate Hamilton

; L. Bass, president; Mrs. R. W. i'resid'.nt, Mrs. Dorothy Scully: I I against the estate of Ouy Hadley _
'''Rl'eCf. deceased late of said ('oun- FOR COt'NTVMISTIMCT.nl\lI"SIO'H __ t
vw.4* tW 1st vice-president Mrs. vice-president. Rev. Bill Brey-
Becker. : ty. to the County Judge of Prad. ONE

__?......131..4:15.S'j Dorothy Scully 2nd vice-presi- fogle; secretary, Mrs. Ester King; I fcrfl County, Florida at hi' officein A
the court house of said County k
cent: Miss Iva Hillyer, recording avid treasurer Murray Sipprelle. at Starke. Florida, within tight I am a candidate f fN.r JL3 ?
Commissioner (
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secretory; Mrs. W. E. Moore Mrs. Edith McBride Cameron.' I calendar months from the time of District -|

corresponding, secretary; and Mrs. head of the Department of Auditory the first publication of this notice 1 (Lawtey). p c I
Kat-li claim or demand shall be in in
I'. P. Vogh. treasurer. They were ; Instruction and Women'sActivities writing. and shall state the place %which position I: have _

unanimously accepted by the ; General Extension DIvision I of residence and post office addus ueen privileged tol] ; 4W v
of the (claimant and shall be
Gainesville was the guest serve in the past.
mtmbtrs. _
swcrn to by the claimant. agent, Fhe knowledge] & :
Mrs. A. J. WitherspO. club speaker. She spoke on many attorney and any such claim or >f county affairs ir
demind not filed shall be void ;
so
of the PTA.A these
president, told of IJie many yearscf phases Belva C. Reece gained in

devoted service to the club by past-president's pin was presented A* executrix of the Last Will and previous.he board years should on ;- -- _

Mrs. John Griner, one of the few to Mrs. Tom Odom, .who Testament eased. of Guy Hadley Reecedei enable me to better ,: -- I ,

\\"r;>men who was a member when waa| president of the PTA last First publication March 31, 1960. .. .#- f pledge serve my you diligent and-

the was known as "The Literary 331; 4t Ul: efforts to| '- S.- 3 S 5-
club ,
year.Eleven _. _
I A..A nf. 4)tAy .
and Debating Society." members volunteered to In the County Judge'. Court 0' e'ltlre.,'0111. county' tin UBI Your juinroio vote and "active" = I -

Credit was given to Mrs. Griner attend the Putnam County Parent Bradford ID Probate.County Florida support will be deeply appreciated. ',

from having suggested changing Teachers Association Banquet IX RE: Estate of J. C. Prevatt I 1,2-

the name to "The Melrose Wo- i it: Palatka May 5. Those who volunteered IRA P. SHEPHERD. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER I
D 'l'4'aIPdoOl'ICF. -
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man's .Club." She also used to : included. Mr. and Mrs: :\ OF FILING FOR PENAL DISTRICT THREE I : -

decorate and obtain flowers for Clarence Holden, Rev.' Breyfogle DISCHARGE! OFADMINISTRATRIX I -am.- a candidate -

WE RE-CAP all the meetings and throughoutthe tOrcounI
Murray Sipprelle, Mrs. Dorothy Tu ALL WHOM IT MAY CON- ty

years she has been custodian Scully, Mrs. Claire ChiappinI C13KN: : er, Di.st. 3 (South = _
TRUCK TIRES oi the cl bh use. Mrs. J. H. McGuire Mr. and Mrs. Notice ft hereby given that I I Starke) in the 4---m w- ::1TTTTI
have filed final ad-
my returns as May primaries: -
From 7.50 x 20 Thru Mrs. Dorothy Scully Ways and Carl Ford Mrs. Carmen Float, ministratrlx of the .estate of Irar. was born and

10.00 x 20 Means Chairman' announced the and Mrs. Ester King. It was a- filed. Shepherd my petition deceased for; that.final I have discharge ford reared in County Brad- J 9 1 'ij I V i _

ladies would 'serve the dessert forth greed that the,.;PTA would appro- and that I will apply to the .t owner and opStolWnV -, _

STOPTAKINGC1ANCES! Fish Pry given Tuesday ejrejv plia.teijndi..tj payxtor the dinner .H/>lI.rahle.Thtro A. ,yawn. County ; o lvai'z J a-
Judire Bradford Conoty, Florida:
ing by the Fire Department : which witfcost $1.25. on the :25th! day of April. 1969 at I feel that n35.1 my :

WITH WORN 'Also the Woman's Club will 10.00 o'clock A.M.. approval of successful business uDJAIf

have a Bake Sale Saturday April THE RIGHT rOINY for the the same and for final discharge experiencewill
TREADS as administratrix of the estate! of be
an
write. Come in and asset
16. Anyone desiring to place a way you se. Ira P. Shepherd" de" ased. This In the n..M'n. ,,__

Let Us Re-Cap Your :special order please notify Mrs. lect your favorite ESTERBROOK March 23rd 1960.sM.tJtCARET 0( the duties of -- illtpce
your
County
Fountain Pen. TELEGRAVH.IB : S. MILLER. inmlssioner
Tires For Economy And Scully. Administratrix of he estate of things for, I bE'lIl've In better
were Ira P. Shepherd, deceased. Bradford County
Safety! Hostesses for the luncheon The Circuit Court Of The Klch hJadirlnl a24 4t 4-1 :.I1rough a fair 'Impartial businessike '
Mrs. W. E. Moore, Mrs. L. W. Ne- Circuit Of 'Florida IB administration of its affairs. -5, -
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And For Bradford County. IB and
Dealer For cfus Mrs. Leigh M. Pearsall, \OTICF. OF INTENTION TO >vJ4 oe greatly appreciated support on May 3 r _

Mrs. John Strawn, and Mrs., A. Chanterr.C8. \o. 1S835ADOPTION REGISTER FICTITIOCS :NAME Sincerely r -- -" S _jL ---- S '
Notice Is hereby given that the W. H. (Pill -
NEW DUNLOP V Hillyer. There were several ) Graham
Tn K.. The Petition Of LonnleIshon undersigned, under the provisions FOR TAX COLLECTOR

TIRES I guests present. Davis and"'lils"wife,' Martha of Chapter 20.953. Laws of Florida, ., .BRADFORD COUNTY c 5Sss .
I .rIm)".. Davis, Act of 1941. will-register with the I hereby announce my candidacy
Girl Scouts For Clerk c>f the Circuit Court. in and for Tar Collector Pradford County s
Marion Bass, Doris Ford and The .Adoption Ot Ixvnnie -, Eugene for Bradford County Florida, up- Abject: too pie .will: or the voters In ;
STARKERECAP Murkland A Minor. on receipt of proof of publicationof 3 Primary r feel that < -'c
senior
and Maudie my
Mary Tyre, _
Order Of Publication And Notice this notice the fictitious name experience as a business man and
Scouts of Troop 295 of Melrose To DefendTo ft Underbill's Drive-In, 367 North ny bacjcground training; qualifies T TI"
were among 70 Senior Girl Scoutsof : Chester Eugene Strickland Temple Ave, Star e. Florjda under niu for the office. If elected I will "I -
CO. Oneral: Delivery r which we are engaged in business. ffft: everything in my power to Insour -
the Gateway Council who nay Minette, ,Alabama Cotter .r. and Dorothy Y. Underhill #' the people of Bradford Coun : i
pent the weekend of April 1-3 You are hereby notified that 421 X. < Polk St., Starke, Flor- I ty" that the office is conducted in '
Temple Ave. Linnle: Ishon Davis and his wife, Ida. sole owners. an efficient manner. 'c.
Phone WO 4-0221 at Girl Scout Camp Chowenwaw :Martha Jimye Davis! have filed 'a Dated this list day of March A.D. -Jim Chasteen o ,_ 5-

near Green Cove Springs. Special petition .In equity In the above 1SSO! at 0 Starke Bradford County, : ";' :. -5
ftyled Court and cause for the adoption Florida. 0 :
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guests were about 90 eighth of Ut>nnie Eugene Stricko FOR SCHOOL notitn I : ,; : : : : .
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Court Bradford
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Eider. plaintiff vs. ard, Dist4, and earnestly solicit { .
b. uiir support; in the May'[ primaries. :
Joan Kendriok .
; .Elder Defendant. ,
Elect/ { oTt/*?. OF SUITIn Having children of my own in I
RIi o The Name Of The State Of Mwirt i. I am keenly -Intforf'stfd in < "
w continued growth and Ji
Florida: To Joan Kendrick Elder improve-
303 South Hull ment of our county school system 4'S '. 5scf "i:,
Street Montgom- -
BelserGOVERNORCt erv. Alabama- :and pledge my untiring efforts, If I'. '
Have J.j I You uiwtert. toward this end. I am a ,
; are nereby notitied tnat aruic -
native of Bradford _
I 'Lil sought in is equity divorce, In which has been the relief filed N-tive in PT.Church" County, and civic and 5 -H ,( : .z'>

-iIO lIroJo 1. assure that
you
your ,
-Ka'nst you Ijy DewaynoElder in .- -\i
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the above 'r.llin, me will not .be betrayed. hi' .
3I" named Court and cause t-;:
f.
Hnd you are summoned, ordered J. D. Grim .:{ ) J4 /0 1

and required to file your Answer or : f r- 5- s'S: -
ether idefenses. tn the complaint in : FOR COUNTY COM"ISSIO\KIl e : p- 54
said cans In the office of theundersigned
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DISTRICT ThREE j jYo : ;
Clerk of
said Court at
to the Voters of Florida : Starke, Florida on or before the the citizens of Bradford i

i I5th day of April. A. D. 1960, and County: i' 1
to serve a copy thereof on Hollis For the first time I am coming

The following Is a 'reprint of an article apneating. !. whose address is tarkl'. Florida Marc you as a candidate for puo-
__ V. Knight: plaintiffs attorney. lie office I will appreciate your'
In the Florida Times Union. Sunday, April 3. I960: un or before--said date as required careful consideration of my candi-l-

BelwrBohifay ) nf by the LaW8 nr Florida and the dscy for the office of County Commissioner -
I "Clearwater State Sens'tnHarvie ; Rules of Court. If you fail to do Dist 3 (South Starke).

r- told croW.ttat one of his primary; aims in so. a decree pro confesso will be I realize; the great responsibilities! I
enter-J against you for the relief of''this office and pledge to you
entpring the race tor Governor; was to rive people dem.tn.led In the Complaint.This that. if fleeted I will do everything S j S '-5',. .
fnr it stron 5pipoqtioiSt.; # notleft shall be published once in my power to give you' S S
vote
a chance to "rleuoCut! a week for 4 consecutive weeks, (fair Impartial, economical, and ef- !. S ::
He said be thootht the voters should have a commencing March 24, 1960 in flcient service as your Commi- !' 3

choice if voting for a fiannch wcrerationlst and a believer ta I960! in Bradford County Telegraph titmt-r. Thank you for your en- S_ e .
states* rljhts and constitntlonal roverwneut or el votIng a duly qualified newspaper published i.uragement and support. ,sq 5- 5-
". In Starke. Florida. AV_ Hogan Smith

_ _ otherwise. conel.IVtl1 to.which Witness my hand and the seal o* I II -
"The returns 011 Bin J wIll Indicate said Court at Etarke, Florida, this. ----T.::
neit four 'I
direction the iwojle of Florid desire to to for the :?nd day of March. A. D. I960. hereby announce l :
he tald.Belser (SEAL) my candidacy -
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year hIS tamaleuo [gCHAKLES JL DARBYAs for Sheriffof -
aid he'd sneBl.thoni Sld.OM.ee on Clerk 'of the ----- :; -
Circuit Courtof Bradford County -
"" GOVERNOR\ M- far and that It afl has beett contributed to amounts" of $50w Pradford County.. Florida subject tothe L- --.- -.-- S $

W less frbin if average or below means. 3154! 4t 4/14 will of the votersIn
Vote( For On) pemns legislative NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE May Democratic -
Would ,'a' vote for m man who hal a 1M" pro APPLICATION FOR FINAL Primaries.

ui- I record anlnst RACE MIXING? DISCHARGE I earnestly so-

X Would vote for a man wh In the Florida SenateJa In Court .( she Canty Jndge, Ucit your vote and
IL\Rvm J. BELSER I ye
Bradford County.State .
CoWns that be didn't hn f/lrtltud gl promise to per E1fiiLcj-iUJ&i.I
1957 told Governor .f FI.I'I.... -
0 to firM RACE<< MIXING and stand an for the RIGHTS IX PROBATE the form the Sheriffs duties office of- ;; ;
Yarns rraht
TOMS AND TRADITIONS!' the SOUTH? Tn re the Estate of in an effici-
aegretIofl IcfiS! W. L. WALL and businesslikemanner.
record en ent
Bums Wduia yro eempare .BELSER'S CIIdMtIS! MV17LA E. WALL Deceased.TO I hope
B&ydOD \atloa with the record of the'other Gubernatorial ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN .1 l. j. l
to the poll- -ait I can meet each and everyone INSIST ON'AN ELECTRIC RANGE IN YOUR KITCHE
is obUrated
1 ,Would vole lor i mail who not : in 0 (....
Jr. yon 1ri11l'homu cf you person before May 3. t. :
and Notice Is hereby that
given Harold S.
CUlton. free
E. h
Doyle ttelaas .r vested I Merest* ID the state but who ? C. Wall baa filed his final report -Jennings Starling Youll spend J less time in the kitchen and ti1ve'Q1; re time for. other-. ... -
b free to make the neople 4f Florida a real Governor '
In Administrator r of the estate '
P. (Ted) David > u\ct or i vote for a min 42 years of are. marmd."three I of Mona E. Wall and as Eiintor FOR SHERIFFBRADFORD : things when you cook electrically. You'll enjoy; the fun of cooking ;

children with y the foDowter record of ovenunt'D iWliemter t zperience: I of the Will of W. J,.. Wall, COUNTY without looking. Simple automatic controls! eliminate pot-watcfcng: '. I
t.tnsonIl; .
Florida debased: that he has filed his peti- In Announcing my candidacy for
!r4_0. _(Bud_ _) _ !' orIda ,State Senate. former member former tion for tfnal dJ3charg., And that tile 'office of Sheriff of Pradford prevent scorch burn and boO over. And? electric cooking ia the I
House of Representatives; former County AttorneY he will apply to the Honorable
I I domestiC and County. I would like to take this free of flames and fumes for precious of mind, ,
safest .
_Qeo_rp_.L_Dons_ Prosecuting Attorney. Veteran World War H. Theron X Yawn County Judge of cpportonjlf) to express appreciation way. peace -
officer and enlisted maD Member Florida, Bradford County, Florida on the to friends who electric dealer. i
overseas service my many upItortfd See the new models now at your appliance :
of 19(0 for
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n District of Columbia and American Bar Associations? 4th day April approvalof .TO* in. the last ..election !
BIL Rendrtt It for Job same and for final discharge as They dId not let me down. I do not FLORIDA POW'ER & LIGHT COMPANY FLAMELCSS
This b your fight Belser Is spearheading you. Administrator of the estate of Feel like letting them down without ,.. : CLEANEST
n friends and relatives to do likewise. Murla E. Wall and Executor of the it
and ask
john Y. McCartJ him help him your will of W. L. Wall deceased, on giving ps another chance. Your HELPING BUILD FLORIDA COOLEST
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Beher this third day of March. 19'0. vote and support and confidence In #._ olls. I FSTST ;
Are For
U n Nobody But The People Harold C. Wail. Administrator, t'dnd me 04 May deeply 2 will appreciated.be highly honor. F& (kh'e' "c : SAFESf
..f the estate of Maria E. Wall and 5 1'49M21/ # CHEAPESTPAGE

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.THURSDAY.. APRIL 11. 1960, BRADFORD CW'VTY: TELEGRAPHHAMPTON .l'T.\ltK": ,FLoX.IU.-\
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in'.nymy.n.yy..m.w ., ;lat of April, to vaccinate all]{]I i for the meeting: and eighth grade girls be avail- '- -- --. ----------,' .--- -..------. '- -

dogs and the new ordinance will I PTA Hears Program able as baby-sitters 'during future QUANTITY ,

;t take effect immediately after. I Oa Good Nutrition PTA meetings, to encourage at- RIGHTS Siciffs
'! At the meeting, it was suggested 'It cost much less to pay for jtvji.dnce of parents. This 'was I I RESERVED t' PremiumOR .
J By tIlL D.. E..II1H that street signs be erected,'![the right kind of food than to[t'agreed upon and arrangements, Ijf1 : .. ARMOUR'S STAR
lwa.a.aa.a. ". AAA.' and houses be numbered. The'.'par for doctor bills and medi-',:lIe to be made for the Ma;"' ,5i
council approved'the purchase of I i I due." Miss Cindy Lester,regional i meeting. COOKED READY TO SERVE
Council Pas* a Ordimncetulatinr a new mower, as repair costs for i,I nutritionist for the state board j t J Mr. Hobbs also announced that q4 x[ I # ) w BONELESS
Dow In City the old one are prohibitive in its !i of health told the Hampton PTA the gee club from BHS, :'and '
'Hampton City Council ap- present state. Council also ap-i at the meeting on Thursday. !isiarte Junior High Glee Club,
Jfroved the new ordinance "pro' (proved purchase of drain pipe> ,i April 7.Using. would sing at the Hampton i I Yi HAM
hibitlng dogs from running at ,hand garbage cans. I i!. this practical approach,"School on Friday morning. Uja :
large in the city.etc." at their re- :j A. G. Dennison resigned as'Ii 'Miss Lester spoke to the /parents Church Ooserves Youth Week .. ,ro
iular; meeting at the city hall i ccu.ici chairman, due. to the necessity !i and teachers on good nutrition : Hrmpton Baptist Church observed -
list week after a discussion with.( of his being out of town j''and how it helps to prevent colds. "youth week" last week
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five citizens who came 'to theltieettng .for business reasons. Robert Cox pear teeth etc., ,and in Sunday's services by having I CS 3 sa r,
to Question the purpose was appointed: by the council wi I'I' Miss Lester was introduced to : ycung people of the church
of the ordinance- .officiate as chairman for the re1jmaindpr I.p'rA members by Mrs. Martha rake I over offices and activities

|'The ordinance.has been set up j of the year., I I|. nel1in:, Bradford County health j I David Allen served\ as youth past, :

rpainly to control .any stray. dogs j; Two.fines and forfeitures were [nuree. ,t A
in the city and also to protect all {;j reported by Marshal Leon Sauls: ''PTA I Supper At Political I 1 I or.Sunday School youth superin-
jmens from unvaccinated animals. for allowing unauthorized person :Rally On April 22 I Ii tendant was Lamar Brown; and fBLB
( : : Mayor I..L Watterson :i to operate a vehicle and no op-'i Plans for serving a hams I Jerry Hansen, youth director ,for a ,
ffcid. It also provides for liability !j I erator's license. : : .,per at 'the political rally at training union. Lamar Brown ledsinging

fpr damage, caused by dogs. or i.j The recreation department again (the Hampton school on Friday,I : .,for :the morning service, .. -Ie
crher animals. In connection asked that anyone who has ,;April 22, were discussed by the with Clairnell. Cooper as organ-

vith .passing of this ordinance. j land suitable for 'a softball field ,PTA with an afternoon meeting 1 ist.. As ;youth pastor, David Allen CAN
1ftMuUina, veterinarian, will beat I i'called for this Tuesday to make also was guest speaker for them
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: i to contact D. E. Hill or Robert c I .
arrangements. The will be ,
supper :rnirg service.
the town hall in Hampton the I[ I "'"
Cox. All members
were 'present
r 1 saved in the' school cafeteria Others taking Dart in the serVice i
from' 5 p. m. to 7 p. m. The rally I .. and teaching classes were I ;,. )(
will begin at 7:30: p. m. Lola M. Hobbs, Alethia williams'j 120 S. WALNUT ST.

SEERUSTLERS Other business at the. meeting I Vu.ky ;Mosher Carlene Melton. STARE B, ,
included the discussion of a flag- Hilda Warren, Martha Brown '4 GE
pole for the school. J. C. HobbS Brenda Lott Joyce Conklin -
principal, said that according to Kathy Conklin; Joyce Melton, In-: -
: law the. United States flag is to gor Hansen, Myrtle Ann_Hinson, *

HIDEOUT fly every school day, weather permitting Annie Warren, Bobby Roop, Bu-
; .and that although the fjrd Parker, Morley Griffis, Otis 1[ Ira
school has a 'flag.it cannot be Melton, Howell Williams and Roy ,WATCH )JAX> '
SATURDAY APRIL 16 town without a flagpole. Costsof Morgan.; PAPER FOIL
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various types. of poles were Youth from Hampton Baptist '
MORE RED
discussed, and a" committee was Church also"took part in the
named to investigate using donated -. youth rally ,at Madison Street HOT VALUESFarmer '
FLORIDA THEATER pipe for 'pole. Baptist Church 'on J Saturday
Mr. Hobbs stated that* there evening last week, and in the
were now 15 students at the prayer meeting on Wednesday,
school taking -band instrument evening. during. the" week.. ..;: i
10:00 A.M. !lessons, each Tuesday and Thursday Personals: ?

and that E; W. Mathews, Mr. and Mrs,, .Calvin Richard:
BHS band instructor, planned to aWl daughter of Ocala 1 Mr., and
Sponsored by the Following Merchants: attend the next PTA meeting 'on I Mrs. Joel Smith and .family of

:May 5 with several band members I Jacksonville, and Mr. and Mrs.
to discuss the music pro- Emory Prevatt and children of
GEM'JEWELRYVILI..IAMS JEWELRY gram, and perform for the group. Suirke all plan to spend Easter, r. .F.
Also scheduled for the May .with Mr. and Mrs! J. G.: dklnS.' ,5f
LOCAL FINANCE CO. SIMMONS' KOCH program: is a talk on teaching Mr. and Mrs. M. 'L Watterson _
'DRUG STORE children to read by Mrs. Lily of Hampton. ,Mr. and Mrs.' Gene I //f/ > 4 ,
CRAWFORD BROS. Barnes, first grade teacher. This Fuihn? and Mr. and. Mrs. Fred--
GULF SERVICE STA. DENMARK FURN. CO. I will be of interest to parents who eiick: Watterson of Starke an I1 t '
will have children entering first spent last weekend in Bradentonwith
TERWILLEGAR ACE ELEC. SERVICE grade next year Mr.. Hobbs said, Mr and Mrs. Donald Mc-

MOTORS' I STARKE TELEPHONE as well as present PTA members. Mahone and son. \\ % : '/
Mrs. Barnes will include what Mrs. George Cottman of Ocala t
CHARLEY E. JOHNS STARKE BUILDERS parents may do between now and and her son. Carl Andrews of

Insurance Agency SUPPLIES next September to help their Winter Haven, spent last weekend +r _
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cmldren learn to read when they with 'MrS. Jessie Chastain. -- ,
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do start school. On Sunday they drove to Jack- ) _
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It was suggested that seventh. 'snville to visit..Mrs., Chastain'sbrotherinlaw '
-.;. I In St. Vincent's
Hospital where he' had undergonean

operation..
: TO THE VOTERS Mrs Wilma ;Knight and daughters Gray Govt. Graded "A"

,' Patsy .and Lucy of Jacksonville
spent Saturday night In Young ToI;
OF BRADFORD COUNTY .; Hampton: with Mrs Ina Knight .
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1..:. _"1.': '" ;Mrs. Mamie Meade returned to Young Hen C
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'.' ;-.+:!- : her home in Hampton 'l last:week-- T,
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Broiler
Ydung
I, W. C. (Billy) Powell am running for reelection to your ttld eial: jter monthswith spending her the daughter last se- ><

School Board, Dist. 3, County-wide, having almost completed. in Cocoa and Orlando. Mrs. W '
'" first term. During this first term I. have not always seen eye W. Hicks of Orlando brought her Wilson's Finest Shortening Lb
to eye with a majority of those with whom I served, but in ml) her. home and remained forth .>to: (

the final analysis all issues have been resolved'with harmonyand weekend. H 3

dignity. .Mr. and Mrs. TV W..King and 'Can ',[

sons of Jacksonville spent last c
weekend here with :Mr. and Mrs .
If re-elected I will make but one promise and that ,is to Don ''Hill and daughters., At'r..tlITH f lrisr 1SlQ g.
guarantee that any matter that comes before the School l Board Ivlrs. :R. C. Gray and daughtersof tJk/JE lt; + Ylo '

1 will be thoroughly aired, both pro and con, before, a .decisionis Jacksonville ,visited here Tues-
reached. day this week. with Mrs. J.. W.

Home. ;, -fl> J T SNOWDRIFT LB 49c'

When I ran for this office in 1956, I spent six solid weeks Sharon Brown, daughter' of rE !CAN
Mr. and Mrs: David Brown 'was
visiting all over the'county.. Although I gained many personal taken to Bradford County Hospital .
friends and had many enjoyable chats, I feel that I cannot take l in Starke last weekend for ---

! that time awoy from my work and my family, for this campaign. treatment.

I also feel that in local elections most folks know who they'are Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Matchettand j I

going 'to vote for when candidates: announce. In so thinking Russell Williams visited Mrs.

these weekly ads will be my total effort to solicit your support. J. I* Williams at the.Shady Rest 'MAXWELL HOUSE '
Home in Gainesville on Sunday.
Mr, and Mrs.. W.: A. Saxon and t
I have no intention to take part in any vindictive, petty,
children moved last weekend
back biting polities. The only thing I have to say: about my opponent from theii home on Navarre .

is that t. as far as I know, he is an honorable man Street to their new farm home : 111 1
'INSTANT' COFFEE
southeast of Hampton. -I
As for my qualifications, I have only to point to'the record. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brown of

Remember the changes that have taken place since 1956. Let J.1-?ksolville'were overnight

me list a few of'the problems that,, confronted us then: guests here with Mrs. T. F. Brown
lost weekend, and they all droveto.
ECONOMY 10 SIZE ,.
Ocala Sunday to visit Mrs. QI. 'J
1. Insufficient supply of toilet paper, towels,' and, soap. Brown's sister, Mrs. A. L. Sulk +
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2. Lack of replacement light bulbs. : van. _
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"'.... '._, .:..1'_:; ," Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Williams ',. FOOD FAIRVACUUM LIMIT ;!
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'! 3. Faulty wiring. I and sens of New Port Richie
fi ,:..: '__t'" : Ii FRESH COFFEE 39 COFFEE 'i
I CAll C
.- spent last weekend here with Mrs. .
i 4. Inadequate fire escapes. ;.,, !.U, William's parents, Mr. and Mrs. ,- .... OF YCUR

r ,, J. W. Home. CHOICE WITH
5. Total absence of maintenance funds.
Glenn Thomas of Hampton was $5.00 FOOD r

: : ', 6. Almost non-existent t Home-Economics and Science t. ...f.'r' taken: to Bradford'County Hos ORDER'
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; pital in Starke
Departments. : last weekend for
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for
:-t.i ; pneumonia.
SPRY
7. Leaking roofs. '.j?: : ,:' Mrs. Margie Parrish is in the
;t't" : \ -t Eradford County Hospital in 1 RwJiAUlr
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''' 8. Worn-out buses. : '. :', SUrke receiving treatment. 2.1i1s29fl

:- >' 9. Lack of classroom. k art. : :- ,' "f-' -s'-ins;tf?. 'I, '" : u IAU'ES
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10. The biggest High School in the stateVithout"an -4i t-:' toct your favorite ESTEKbKOOB

fw: auditorium. ,. V"::. Fountain Pea TELEGRAPH.OT1CH .' J'EMlE
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In every instance, the above problems have been taken care I. CJrralt> ('..rt.TO Bradford DRFRXD: Cast,..' '.
of except the buses. which will be corrected by next school'term Ptorldai !. (....c-.n. '/

with $30,000 already. on hand for new buses. I Xolli George Wiggins T. Denham Dfnham., Plaintiff Defendant.NOTICE vi.. Gi ( ( ll
TO APPEAR 'J.,J
To: Xolh Wiggins Dentla m. 'WEHllflE
In the next'.four years, this School Board will, among whose.residenre and addreM I* rnkD.'Wn. l UllVlZWridIKI'I-? ..tI

other things construct new class-rooms and a library at South. Voc are hereby BGtlfid tbat a': EASTER DECORATEDCAKES PJ
" '. sIdr Elementary, construct a gymnasium and new elass-rooms .. ,knit 'for .Divorce: has* been filed ?ata'.iut LAYER I FRUIT
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you In the above named
... at ILJ.EL for our colored students. The total budget for the .., Court and cause and you are'-retjulrwl ) 20
'. .:; sext:: four years will be almost five million'dollars. to. Mire a copy of your anfwcr 55 t. GA 7''E''
or pleadiecr! to the complainton ) OL. I !
the Plaintiff Attorney Mark, eIlIJIIES a>(
: & Patch P. O.: Box 517 Starke F\\&. PlES'AF'R
4- 'With these thoughts' mind, I earnestly ask you to con-; ,. '. and file .the original In the office
alder. .J of the Clerk of the Circuit Court tJI.
for "
: candidacy re-election. :
my -,'Ii' r.t I
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the Bradford County

i: .f.\ : ..Telegraph.r atd this 7 day of April-,-(, ilSIO s .
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, ,: 'WI .c. (BILLYPOWELLPd. ) S15\U Clerk CHARLES of the-A..Circuit DARBY Court, .- /

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i.eiivvvtinrvvvvrvvv.vv. ,served as ushers- J Mr Wilbanks, a native of 'IdaLou I several days work. --, ,I Gault Jr. 9E. I and children were- guests of Jfr. the Leon Wilkersona.Rey. Terry. .' ,

As the; pianist played the wed- Texas He is a high school :. Over 1,700 people,enjoyed a delicious -I l Guests of Mr. and' Mrs. Owen i!and Mrs. Allan Starling in Jack- Joe Rowe of Gainesvillewas I Ralph Darley of Jacksonville

MAXVILLE I ding march the bride entered the,graduate and is employed :with barbecue dinner' at the- Carter ,and.sons' .on. Sunday, were i sonYille on, Sunday.Mr. I the Sunday guest of Mr. a.ndj)spent the weekend! with ilr. and

church 'on the arm i of her rather, the A- L. Clayton Construction !Sonny Boy Griffin ne,\ Riding )Ir. and )rIft.. Earl, ,Denmark: and j ..!'Jld.Mrs. G. L. Sapp and,Mr.|i Mrs. Harry;Wilkerson and daugh-, Mrs Buster Bennett' and Joey,
Mrs
Company in Jacksonville. He has i off Highway 228 iQ.n.s. add'11r nd ;Clemoiu; i ten i Mr. T. W. Roberts and Mr .
By JJft. C. B, Nolan !Frank Wellhausen, who gave herin Academy, just and :Mrs. Rudolph Sapp" and children ?
i marriage- She was wearing a lived in Maxville for the past near Yellow Water on Sunday I i I| Jacksonville : were business visitors in I Mr.. and Mrs. Harold 'Sta.rl'ngiantt I :Merrill of, Starke spent.the weekend -

.i..&&4&&&&& &a&a&a.1 j jI I beautiful white waltz length to years. April 3- .In the. afternoon everyone -.':' Mrs and' Mrs' Cedric Rosier and I'Jacksonville on Thursday. !i family of Gainesville were:, in Deland with Mrs. Pearl
... ReceptionImmediately enjoyed a horse show. '!1 family were usiness visitors in here for withMr. ''Whitnel.
IVJlbanks-Wellfcausen. I Bedding gown with white ruffles Mrs. Arthur Pearce was a' on Sunday a Visit
A wedding of Interest to a wide !and a 'white taffeta jacket. She following the cere- We are all glad to 'see G. W. Jacksonvll f on Saturday.. luncheon, guest of Mr. and Mrs. Starling's mother, Mrs. Daisy+' Guests of Mr. and }[rs. Mike

circle ol friends .throughout this wore a finger-tip veil and carried''Ii I tr.cny a reception was! held at the Bl'OW1back home ,from.the Hope i(rv aad-Mrs... Jimmy ;Johnson' R. W. Sapp in Jacksonville on. Starling, 1 Futch and Floyd on Sunday were

"i a bouquet of white pam pornIcliysanthemuin& home of the bride and'groom Haven, hospital and hope now and .family and Misses Melvear Saturday. Mrs. C. E. Strickland of Gaines-i.Mrs. John Aff9rd, Mr. and Mrs.

}'J'ea"u that of Miss Rose Mary I Iel1h&Ilsen. Rev. W. O. Ma- ',,:here in Maxnlle. with Mrs. Leslie that he"'will.continue,'to, improve.'' and Linda_Wombnlt were v;weekend Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Reddish<;\j.'le was the Friday overnight i: Dave Putney and family of Ja qkppnville. -
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daughter of Mr. and !: this. pastor of the church recited Chilson, a close !friend' of the'bri J. l? Brown of'Fort McPherson, guests of Mr. and: Mrs. Kelly, had as guests over the weekendMr. guest of her sister Miss Elizabeth I[ and Mr. and Mrs. Maurice

Mrs, Flank Wellhausen of Max I I\the wedding vows. The bride e and her family In charge. Ga.'is spending:a. leave here. with Owens in Orlando and Mrs. Ray Dorman and i,, Hawey and family of Macclenny..
A pretty white linen cloth en-
yule to Pete Wilbanks, son of Mr. chose as bridesmaids Miss Carolyn -' his patents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mr. and '}frs. J. C, Tye andfamily I children.. Bill Bluer of Jacksonville -. -- -- -

and Mrs. Brad Wilbanks of Ida ,I ] Chilson and Miss Nadine,,nanceu the table and yellow pam Brown were:shopping} : 'ia .Jacksonville -1. ,- and Preston Joyner of Tally I I '
I poms were arranged} around theedge. '
Lou. Texas. The wedding was Strickland.. They were pretty in The table was centered by Mr. and MrS, Harry Padgett .'on Saturday. ; '1'hassee.I LAKESIDE SKATING RINK

solemnized Friday evening. April i I their blue nylon waltz length,i the punch bowl and a beautiful have visited several times with ; Elton Davis of, Key West spent I I I Mrs. Sarah Starling; Is in Jack-
;. at 7:30: o'clock in tie{ Maxville e I dresses'and wore corsages of pink four tiered wedding cake topped Mrs. Padgett's"s1ster-ln-law, Mrs>'( Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. Carl 1 1I :sonville this week to be with her

Baptist Church. The church was :pom poms. The bride's mother, With a miniature.bride and'groan George Mosley far,the, Bradford .I Vanzant gnd family i iII .i son, Allen, as he is quite ill: LAKE BUTLER, FLA.

beautifully decorated with white chose for the occasion blue lace ,and baked and decorated by Mrs. i County- HospitaL Y. !+ 'Mr.:'and Mrs. Wiley;Smith ,and i: Miss Enza Blanchard..Mrs. Mae
gladiolus and green palms and I cress and wore a pink pom pom Cr ikon. The bride's aunt, Mrs. I A political'f rally: and a chicken. children of' 'Jacksonville spent n I Wells and 1rrs.'Martha'Bales! visited ,

UthUd tapers Several piano selections .Corsage.! The groom chose as best ; John. North, and Mrs. Chilson supper were held at the Maxville II Saturday with Mrs. ,Smith's, Mrs. Ruth Barthlow: in Riverside Available for Church Parties, Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, '

I were rendered by Mrs. man, _the nde's. brother, Sidney .served the cake' and punch 'to t Civic .CJub) ', Tuesday' ; night.'LAWTEY. mother-Mrs., Nathan.:Starhng: ,. .'I Hospital on'Sunday. :
f'-Oie' Wellhausea Birthday Parties, etc. at Special Price of '. .
Combs Jr.of Sanderson and
: J'J1re than 80 'guests. Miss Susie I .girt and :Mrs. Dan, Starling andMrs. Guests of :air and Mrs. G. L. .
her sister Naomi sang "I Love : The bride, was born and rear-j Harris was in charge of the 1 ."... ..y ..fit.vvvvtiv.I t: Walter WUkinson visited] Mr. Sapp on .Sunday were' Mr. and ,

You Truly" and "The Sweetest ed in Maxvilte. attended) the Max bride's book.Regular i I.Shad" Thompson in Lake-Butler on 1Ir$. Henry Bennett, :Mrs. Clara EACH FOR PARTIES :
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Story Ever Told. Well ville school and is now .
Henry
grammar % I 1 Mrs.
.I services will be held at Tuesday. Young, Belie l Stephens and
hausen and Harvey McPherson Q in Baldwin High School.ALVAREZ' .
junior
-- -- -- -- the Long Branch Baptist Church .' :-1 Mr. and Mrs Joe Shuford and )Mrs. Jeanette. :"Knight. ":of Jackson-.
i on Easter Sunday and at 2 p. m. Mrs Joyce E. Futch family .of 'St. Augustine ,were ville.I : Available Any Time Except Sunday Night-and:

STORE Men's a'tki" II the annual. Easter egg hunt will weekend guests of Mrs.,John Shu-+i llr. and :Mrs Bob: Cornwall of "
Established 1894 I I te hed.i : aaa.iaaaaaaaaaaaaaaraaMiss I,ford(' and Dave.Mr. 'Jacksonville spent Sunday; with: Wednesday Night.

i Rev. and Mrs.. H. 'F. Higdon III Joan Kruse-was,a' business ., and Mrs Luther' Milliard Mr, and Mrs. D. G. Wilkerson and I

and family and Mr. and MrsS'Jney visitor in Gainesville on Saturday.Mr. 1

GIVE A YOUNG MAN I II I aa outings Harris at Jacksonville and family enjoyed Zoo. and: son. and of Mi Lake?. 'Ernest.City were Williams over-] Turnpike-Proved i I Southern States Construction Co.

last, Sunday. night "guests 'of.'Mr; an
Mr., and Mrs. Horace? Whitehead i E.:;,Priest and family on Saturday, lowest Price Yet! i

A CHANCE '-. 'and family enjoyed an out- Mr. and Mrs. Earl Teston and HOMES
mg at Jacksonville Beach Sunday family ,were' in Jacksonville on. I $$13-95 AND
{ i i- :3-T NYLON
I UPTIME
. afternoon. Sunday for a,visit with.'Mr. and :
\ '. LOW AS |3U6 I Eli }[IO.
,.10 The intermediate Class,of Long }[rs. G. W.. Teston, .
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tI. at ): -
', Branch Baptist Church will have Mr. Mrs. D. D. Barber Jr.. TUBELESS i
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JenningsSTARLING ; a ,hay ride this. Friday night, are employed in Jacksonville- y PRICE SAME AS CASH PRICE
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April 15.Little week.FrieMy. -' .r. : .
I Jackie Waters of Jacksonville -I i Only 6rt interest. All Homes, with( No. 1 flooring and
Norman and '
of llt'l" :
:I Saturday spent with' last his 'friday'and grandmother Shejla Starling, will regret'to learn ( -! 1 '.GOOD, EAR i pressure treated. Floor joist on 16" centers.

has Dorothy Waters: I that the): are patients in hospitalsin BLOCK OR .. NO
MONEY
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i PRICES STARTAllWeather
and Mrs. Rv Bonier 'wereti Y FRAMESHEET DOWN
loon, Billy, and Jeffery Marrs of See
: Lawtey visited here last Sunday I' ......I"f'qilitors in Jacksonville.on. :7, .'. "NYLON AT... ROCKELECTRICITY Exterior t
Friday. ., I __ .
with Mr and MJS. Leslie Sweat ;
; Finished
and family. I Mrs. Mary: Hague: and daughterof 5 : SouthernStates Many
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Jacksonville were guests of.Mr. # 5.; andPLUMBING Ways, Even
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I Mrs. Daisy Padgett was a visitor ''Sager'tafar .. wade I
in Baldwin and Macclenny last I and Mrs. Charles Sapp'and{> family f. 'witk :Coodyears* eicluave I .7"114..... 1t'ithGare-free

i Wednesday.i on Sundav. TRIPLE-TEMPERED ...... I t IK' DESIRED. __ Alcoa Aluminum
I i Bonnie Padsett spent last Mr. arid Mrs., Emory Duncan NYLON. ,Get the. Nyloa sew. Ui:'.... i .
and familv of Jacksonville were Tim you caD trust. '
Monday night in\Highland with I
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dry and.Mrs. Leonard Norman. here on Saturday for a Visit with \ Termite Shields At No Extra Cost
and Mrs. of :Mr. and :"Mrs.. Frank Cruce and _
Mr. Floyd Barber
P Prices White walls !!
4M Economy on ,toa We Do Repair
Savannah; Oar are' visiting 11.1 i family.Mr. j Work And Build Any Design
"and Mrs. Floyd Rhoden and fame I and .Mrs.. Clarence Rosier : Call Or Write For Free InformationSouthern
lily I and family of Baldwin anent Sun- '3TNYLONAHWfeather I5g- .
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We regret that D. L. Barber is nav with Mr. Rosier's father A.
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II I in critical condition in Duvall B. Rosier- |. 1H.
I Medical Center. I Mrs. R. E. Lee and ,children tekttosvn'
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Browning. spent Friday- and Saturdav with; 'prices start at... : A BEAUTIFUL 3-BED ROOM HOME ONLY
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j a Sr.;' of Jacksonville were supper\Mr.,,and Mrs. Gordon L.. Peterson tacas $2395.00 FULL PRICE

guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Par- in, ArJingto ).Jrs. Peterson and EUTNOW'. ...Par LATER/ .
rish and family last Sunday):Mrs Linda Tresca camehome Only 19.86 per mo. for 6 yrs.-.and you get many extrasItsiu
I night. f,with them"and'stayed. until Sun- CM UK M UMTCtt nets TKM M UT JTKt 1IIt)

Mr. and Mrs. Bob .Nolan and'i day. RAY 0. FORTH
of C.: No- I Mr., and Mrs. ,Nelson Blocker
son. Robert Seville; J. Service Station
lan and sorLjoey: ot: Jacksonvilleand and sons ands Lae Mr and,1'\'tfJ were\ WUliam guests 1'r GOOD'MAN'S. Phone 4 Or. Keystone'Heiih ,' Fla.
Mr:and Mrs.'C. B. Nolan and Blocker: of City SEEBER D. GOODMAN
sons. Billy and Bobby enjoyed of Mrs., A. H. Harley on Sunday You Also Get Free Mortgage Insurance With

Sunday dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Mr.. and Mrs. Cecil Manning of : Southern States
r U."S. 30] at South City LimlU
r I D, J. Parrish and family and Titusville 'si nt the weekend-with

'. Mrs. Hattie Nolan. Mrs Mandy&Manaing. .
Dave Coveraale left last Tues- I We were flad:to learn that Miss

cay for his home in Noblesville.Ind. Gwen Tanner and Mrs. St. Clair
.a for visit before for Griffis were able to. return home '
a leaving .
I; ars ahead .
Newfoundland AFB, where he will from Bradford County Hospital.; ; ifl style. '
this weekend.
aerie with the U. S. Navy. Before .
leaving, several suppers were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Griffis and I :,, .

in his honor, He and MissJtael family were.ln.Atlanta from Friday J <,
given that's
ForSHERIFF North were supper guests until Tuesdaytor a-,visit with' ... why Ford is far ahead. in sales !
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of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Harris and Mrs Linnie Griffia. 'a;. :W t --

\family the night before he left. Tip Dixon of, Paatq"as the t
Baptising services were held at.1' weekend guest of his cousin. W. ,

I Long Branch on Monday of last $
I week and Dave Cbverdale was : And Ford's full!'-sae-car $51.30 .

I baptised by Rev. W. O- Mathis I i iI prices start with the .,

Farmer *, Family Man Experienced I pastor of Maxvule Baptist ) FAIRLANE at our showroom

i Church. :Mtfeft Mita jurw ..
Law Enforcement Officer I Gene Kroft of Cecil- Field Naval -I for only I .. PER MONTH.AFTER. .Hnttr.Tun Stub. .Fttm.radda d
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DOWN, .PAYMENT Front Selt Oil Filter. P sitiv -ActuMMor
Air Station and nephew of .
I ptpn *mot Mui lnt '*a f net iI
FORMERLY WITH FLA. HIGHWAY PATROL Mr. and Mrs. Tae. former resi w ; I I' kisri n 36-MOTtk Eny-Tttm payntut pin

I dents of Maxville, and his friend,

lien Strickland were dinner
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John t North and family.
1 We are glad that Mrs- Gazelle

STATE OF FLORIDA !&\.eat seems to be improving now .
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after a recent illness which had
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!her confined to bed. I r

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY J: Mrs..E. D. Higginbotham and a R

Tallahassee i..Mis.. Oscar Wilkinson were visit- I f
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':a in Jacksonville last Friday I
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March 2, 1960 Mr. and Mrs. Bill Oliver of I

Jacksonville are spending several I
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: I\days: with Mrs. Oliver's.parents, I

This is to certify that Jennings W. Starling was Mr and Mrs. C. E. Wilkinson. Sr. I .'. .'

employed by the Florida Highway Patrol l as a patrol- Maxville seems to be on a growing -

man September 17, 1953 and resigned of'hjs\ own accord spree. Mr. and Mrs. Buddy .; .
their .
Bradshaw have moved into .Vote'.OJRQBERTJ ;. ..
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new home. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis are ( .-.' .:.',; ':.' the'elegant toast:la.. _,
Uving: in their home, by the Maxi i''r- ....,ti :
Mr. Starling's services while with the patrol were ;; ).i.. .. WZJtyM
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i Ie Baptist .Church. Mr. and ',. :"" .I .
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very satisfactory. He performed his 'duties in a I 'r{:: > -
almost ready to :
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courteous and diligent manner and was a gentlemanat #: 3 _
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move into theirs, Mr. and Mrs. BELLYour .
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all times.
i C. Wilkinson, Jr., hope to be ,. '

_. H. X. K1RKMAX. I moved into their new home by ,,' '..... .... .'wtc-nwn-_ -rMr__-''-.,''t.a'I' :,- -co- ;;''' -i.. .itoliu>ERt !qal,sKx ; ;.....dre
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,/ Director. [next month. Mr. and' Mrs. Joe JUDGE w :; ''; 'f1 -

Padgett now have their new block -

home well under way and Mrs. FIRST DISTRICT

!Cora Hodges of Jacksonville .has ..rERWILLEGAR MOTORS
I COURT OF APPEAL : -
Dan Par
!I built a new home by
Your 'Support Will Be Merited and I ish.; We are all glad to see our .
An experienced Attorneyand .
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little town growing. and Combat Veteran .J., ;j 206 W. MADISON ST. STARKE, FLA. i :. :
Mrs. Sarah Lee Walker .
Deeply Appreciated family and Andrew Midyette of Whose Opponent is a .i'. .it. ., "

!I Miami visited last week with Collins Appointee. Interested an A.l Uied Car N te-Boa- -
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I Mrs. Nettle Midyette and family., 'r 1 *" t -
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I Sorry that Sammy Midyette ,
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n.mmyyrrrrrrrrrrrrr.ri Johns. their sons and daughter-in-lavr.'The public is Invited to attend. I last Thursday. |Mr. Edwards' employees of Farm >' "."".."""...... ..'rc I''night. Special thanks are given
Mr. and Mrs R. B. O'Neal spent I Mr. and Mrs. Rex Oliver, and Mr. i Re*,'itaf services are being held i Mr. and Mrs. Max Pike and i i Home and Auto Supply. During '! tall those who contributed their

BALDWIN\ I bst weekend in Sarasota with and Mrs. Bill Oliver. 1 I lus week at Baldwin Methodist 'I daughter Shelia, and Mrs. Grady I tfte afternoon the guests enjoyed THERESSABy 1 time, money and all donations towards -
their son-in-law and daughter Miss Claudia Ann Oliver of I Caurch. ty Rev B. C. Gamble of 1[Roberts visited in Atlanta and boat ridtni. II I making success. of this

By Sire. C. B. Nolan Mr. and Mrs. Charles.Taylor and Jacksonville spent Friday night of Atlanta, Ga: The services Will I iNewnan, Ga. last weekend. Dinner guests of Mrs. Amanda i event. The Dixie Lily Milling
son, Scotty. and Saturday with her grandparents ,'ast through Easter Sunday and SP-4 Roy Pike of the U. S. Crosby Monday were Mrs. MiiI -- Ruth Griffis j I I Cjmpany donated grits meal and
AAAAAA AA && A Stork Shower Mr. and Mrs. Claude Oliver. the public in invited to attend. j' Army arrived home Monday I nc Phillips of Live Oak and Mrs.i ryYTYY.vyy ."yyyyy"y.y. and hush puppy mix; Felix Sullivan
Sturk Shower Mrs Bill Johnston, wife of the Mr and Mrs. Frank Oliver of We are glad that Mrs. j. R. night from Fort Jackson, SC.. i Sally Crawford. I I donated the lard; Mr. H. A.
',Chief Read Patrol for Duval Jacksonville visited here Sunday Williams is improving at I I A number of people from Hope
Mrs. James Loyd and Mrs. the for a 30 day furlough before re- Mr. and Mrs. Harvey McCarthy Lawson donated $20 for fish;
Frank Surrency entertained at County, entertained at her home I:with Mrs. J., M. Oliver. home of her sister. Mrs. Clifford] portint to Ft. Benning. Ga. Roy ;visited in Jacksonville Friday. Church attended the New River Senator Charley Johns gave several -

the home of Mrs. Loyd on Friday -I last Wednesday with a stork]I Mrs Bob ,Diksinson is visiting I!Campbell, after having spent a. has just returned from overseas | Mrs. Lois Cox and daughters, B.ipfcst Association Youth Rally 100 pounds of ice for tea and
night April 8. with a stork '':shower honoring Mrs. William relatives in Roanoke, Va. i iI week in St. Vincent's Hospital.Mr. :, r.nty in Germany and re-enlisted i Marilyn and Linda, and Mrs. at Maaison Street Baptist'Church cukes; Sheriff P. D. Reddish arranged -
shower honoring Mrs. William II[Brinson. The home was beautifully -I We are glad to learn that Mrs. and Mrs. 'G. W. Bell Jr. !.la the service. Cux's sisters. Rosa and Edith Saturday night. Eight of our .i for chairs; and many oth-
Brinson. Stork bingo was played I decorated with little pink Claude Oliver's father, J. B. Rain- and family visited in Callahanilast '! Mrs. Tommy Branch carried Moore, visited in Jacksonville young people took part in the interesting rr, donated pickets onions, cabae --

and prizes awarded to Mrs. B. H. i and blue chrysanthemums! in !"er I is getting along nicely after Sunday with Mr. and :Mrs. G. I her young son, Mackie-to the Naval :Saturday with their aunt, Mrs.1 pro am. pies and cakes. About $300

Hughes Mrs. Brinson and Mrs. I baby tootee vases. Two very in- [undergoing: surgery in the Orange I I W. Bell Sr. and Clinton and J, j Air Station hospital in Jacksonville |I Laura Raulerson. A special candlelight service I leas cleared and the proceeds will
teresting were played and Memorial Hospital, Orlando.Mr. J. Bell. and the Lord's Supper will be observed -
games ,
Tuesday to have his
Kenny Douglas. After the games, leg i Mrs. Morris Carter left Tuesday be used for playground equipment
prizes awarded, after which Mrs. and Mrs. Parker Rae of I The varsity basketball team checked I at Hope Baptist Church I
again. He
the gifts were brought in a I :' seems to be of last week for Charlotte, ., avid improvements for the community
beautiful Brinson opened her many gifts. Seville stopped here Friday for a ,played the faculty last week and improving. I on Thursday night at 8 o'clock.
bassinet, given to the ;iN. C., to take her parents, Mr. i center.
hcnorce by her mother Mrs. There were,32 guests present for I v.sit with friends. i the varsity, team won.. Mrs. Billy Anderson and Miss !land Mrs. Davenport, to her unclc's '' Hope Baptist Church Schedule I We regret to report that Mr. E ,
Brewer of Atlanta. After openingher the occasion, wives of the Duval The Junior ,Class of Baldwin Mrs. G. W. Bell carried her Gladys Duval of Long Beach,!| home. She visited for a day ', Sunday 10 a. m. Sunday S. Sibley suffered a slight heart
many gifts. refreshments 'County Patrolmen. Delicious refreshments -I High School wishes to thank daughter, Justine, to Hope Haven Miss spent last week with Mrs.I,,:vuth relatives and friends and re-I I School, Dale Bradley, Supt. 11 .a,. attack last week and is confinedto
were served. who attended their class Hospital; in Jackspnville last Monday m.. Morning Worship with special
everyone Mary Duval and family.
were, served ,to Mesdames Jose- I I j bed. We wish him a speedy re-
phine David Lonnie Lynn Van Mr. and Mrs. Joe Nettles and I i movie, making it a success. The for a check-up. Justine Is ] Kimmy Duval of Fort Jackson I Davenports music by choir and solists. 7 p. covery. .
J children and Miss Marilyn Thomas j class is sponsoring doughnutsales back at school this week. m., Training Union. Wayne Her- '
[ S. C. arrived Monday for "
R. Jones, John Cross. B. H. Hugh- i night thrir son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Gnann Sr.
in Savannah Ga. last week and appreciate Junior and Senior I e>, Director. 8 p. m.. Evening
visited The
every girls a 30-day furlough before 1
ts. Lucille Thomas W. D. Brin- reportin Mr. and Mrs. Morris Carter, and visited Mr. Gnann's mother, Mrs.
Eon Sr., Earl Allen Jr., Bill Rowland weekend with Miss Thomas' sister your help. visited Prudential offices last I 3 to Tort Knox, Ky. Jimmy had tr.eir grandson, Morris Jr., for mesage. by pastor Rev. SamuelS. Minnie Gnann. in Gainesville
Fred Bullard, C. B. Nolan. Miss Jean Myra Thomas. The Junior Class is sponsoring Friday, toured the building and been overseas in Germany and I,several months. Mrs. Carter's Cuthbert. Sunday. Mrs. Gnann has been ill
Class Play, "Deadly 1"a Minstrel. Tickets will be on sale the of Monday 4 p. m., "Joy" Bible
The Senior looked over possibilities I has re-enlisted. .
Blah at this
much improved
IXusey Motes, Bill Agin, S. C. neighbor, Mrs. accompan- but, is
at the this April 15. The minstrel jobs when school is cut.
\Vhitty, Frank Bullard Kenny Finest, was presented Friday I I getting isd her on the trip. Club.Wednesday writing.
Baldwin School gym last. Friday date will be announced The Baldwin School will be out .. ...... ,.yy..,....... 7:30: p. m-, Prayer visited Mr
Douglas. H. C. Ervin and Mrs. Mrs. R. C. Dampier
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Markham
night and again to the studentbody later. Tickets will be 25 cents for f I this Friday for Good Friday, but meeting followed by choir Veterans
BrinSon. Hospitalin
at the
visited Mr. and Mrs. Duke Young Dampier
on Monday morning this children and 50 cents for adults. mill not have the following Monday BEIIRRONN i 1 pi actin e.Political.
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Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Saucer, Sr. will cf Lake Butler and Mr. and Mrs. RallyA Lake City where he is
Jacksonville dinner week. Everyone enjoyed the play The Junior-Senior Prom off as they usually do, because treatment.
were guestsof L. W. Murphy of State Farm on
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Hamilton very much and the class made a be held this'term on May 20. The ; they will get two more Gunday. record crowd attended the "Mr. and Mrs: Jim Phillips enjoyed -
last Thursday night. good profit. Junior class is working hard toward holidays' April 21-22, when the Mrs. Harvey llcCarthyyyyyyyyyY.yyyyyyyy fish supper and political rally at a'isit from their daughter
Convention be held Dinner guests of Mr.. and the 1 community center last Friday
Everett Higgin- E. A.
and this goal. 'F.
Mr. Mrs. wilt}
,Mr and: Mrs. J. I... Hamilton y.... Carolyn of Miami, last week.
hctham and family of Hawthorne Girls in the Homemaking Department in Miami. Mrs. Morris Carter Sunday were
have hunt will be held
An Easter
returned
after spending a Maxville. egg
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stopped here Sunday for a visit are certainly proud of Van Jones will be home to Howdy Folks. A very pleasant Rev. and Mrs. Kinard of Jacksonville -
couple of days at their beach Easter of Well, guess that's all the news for the children of the community
weekend Mrs. Effie Johns
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relatives.Mr. thEir automatic washing machine Easter holidays with his extended to
with new spend
home in Jacksonville Beach. for this each Saturday afternoon at 2
They Starke of i, time, may God bless : on p.
Carter
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Henry
and clothes dryer. Mr. and Mrs. Van Raley
plan to go over the first of May and Mrs. W. W. Higgin- parents cu.Rev.. Of you..bye now in. at the community center
Kinard
WSCS met at the home of Jones.oV"' of Jacksonville
for the summer. botham and daughters visited in The ,.
Mrs. Eugene Hodges and chil- Tallahassee Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Dorsey Motes Tuesday night Mrs. Dal Mitcbell and familyof filled the pulpit of Heilbronn
5. Florala' Ala. spent last week- Caurch Sunday in the absence of
of St. Mrs. Lenous Parker and son. April
oren Petersburg visited
The OES met on Monday night, end with Mr. and Mrs. RR.. the pastor, Rev. Otis T. Jones,
Sunday through Wednesday of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Oliver
3 and observed an Easter Swindle and family. who was ill. We hope the pastor
April ,
last week with Mr. and Mrs. C. E. :spent Sunday in Jacksonville with mil
Courtesy.J. Sorry to learn that Vernon recover from his back injury etS'ue
New
W," Edwards and J. C. New- Harris broke his ankle while and be with us next Sunday.We .
I some spent last .Wednesday night practicing football. He seems to' are happy to report that srFRt ,

Elect a "G 00 d-man I and Thursday at Volusia Bar enjoying be getting along nicely. Keith Reddish came home from sbt
the Bradford County J 1
I a fishing trip. Miss Joyce Bennett has returned Hospitallast
| Mrs. Rufus Ruis is a patient in home after two months visit.. Wednesday morning. .

,FOR j Baptist Hospital. in Baltimore Md. with Mr. and We regret to report that Shelia 0 .i t4gU
: /r Birthday Party Mrs. Alex Campbell and family.Mr. Norman, daughter of Mr. and 1

i Mrs. W. W; Higginbotham entertained and Mrs. L. Watts and Urs. Harold Norman, entered the

The Job! at her home on Thursday daughter, Beverly, and Miss Gail Doctors Hospital in Starke last ,
a iI1 April 7, with a birthday Ryan spent last weekend in Tal- Saturday. Shelia has pneumonia
party honoring her daughter bnassee and Sopchoppy with re- but her condition is reported improved c' 1 '
Cheryl on her 11th birthday an- ;stives. While there they enjoyeda and satisfactory at this '

Seeber niversary. The young folks play- family reunion In celebrationof writing. ,

uQ ed games and danced, after Mr. and Mrs. Watts' ,birthday Mrs. L. C. Sapp is also on the ,
which Cheryl opened gifts. Delicious and Walter Harm's birthday. Mr. ark list this week.

refreshments were served. and Mrs. Linwood Watts joined; We wish each of you a speedy
D. Enjoying this occasion with Cheryl their parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. recovery.
+ were Linda Dollar, Sherry Watts there for the occasion. Mrs. Lois Moore, publicity PAT. '. I IPEND.

Benefield Joy Evans, Mary Ellen Mrs. Eula Rowe's mother, Mrs. chairman for high school PTA : : ,
Miller, Joan Boyd, Lynn Mosley Lillie Hicks of Jacksonville, became Invites everyone to the April I
Goodman I and Judy Pringle. ill last week while she was I meeting of the high school PTA

Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Higgin- visiting Mrs. Rowe and had to which will be held in the high beticiou3' AND ONLY 1 0
i botham have as their guests this! be rushed to the Baptist Hospital.Mr. tcnool cafeteria Tuesday, April *

week their daughter, Mrs. Lenous and Mrs. R. C. Taylor of 19 t), at 7:30: p. m. An interesting Including BURIED TREASURE! I

FOR Parker, and her son of Tallahas- Jacksonville were dinner guestscf program is planned for the even-
and Mrs. Joe Harvey ,last im What a treat! NOW a large cup of Super Sue Orange
Mr.
,see. Sherbert and Vanilla Ice Cream-and a different plastic
Mrs Jimmie McKendree and Sunday | We hope to have a report in Buried Treasure in each cup-all for only 10$. Yes.24
i children of Tallahassee are Mr. and Mrs. Theo Taylor attended the next issue on the Heilbronn different kinds of toy figures to collect Have fun with t
COUNTY COMMISSIONER spending several days this week i funeral services last Sunday -! Demonstration Club meeting this good eating Super Sue Special. Get some to-day. !
for Mrs. Taylor's aunt, Mrs. .which took place at Mrs. Ham-
McKendree's parents
I with Mrs. I A different sur-PRIZE in EVERY
Fraser of Sanderson. The !ilton's home in Starke this week.
PJSTRICT 3 :Mr.. and! Mrs. Pasco Fouraker.Rev. ,. i Tom '
,
County zt Large Billy Patterson is holding 1 funeral was held in Manntown. I Guests of Mr- and Mrs. Freeman Super Sue Buried Treasure Cup.
Mrs- Clyde Oliver has returned Crosby on Sunday were their ne -
revival services this'week at the
He will serve the entire county impartiallyand College Road Baptist Church in from Orlando where she- visited I ces and husbands, Mr. and Mrs.
with her father J. B. Rainer. M. L. Beach and Mr. and Mrs.
to the best of his ability.Pd. Jacksonville. Rev. Ronald Bose
::
Mrs. J'E. Ellis of' Augusta, St. Clair Harley, all of Jackson-
Is the pastor there. Ga.: visited with Mrs. Clyde Oliver ,ille.
( Pol, Adv.) I Rev. Billy Patterson will hold lost Thursday until Monday. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Morgan and He Stayed With Us

revival services next week at the Mrs. Gerald West' of Eroll, N. daughters, Joyce and Judy, visited -

\ Romona Blvd. Baptist Church. II. spent part of Mondav with relatives Sunday in Welborn

hct sister Mrs. Clyde Oliver. and White Springs. Also during
Mr.' and' Mrs. G. C. Rarrineau 'the day they attended Homecoming ___
cf Fruitland Park visited here services at Mt. Beaulah _

fart of last wtek with Mr. and Church at Welborn.Mr. Lets. \
Your Sheriff Mrs. G. W. Pringle, Sr. Friendsof and Mrs. L. C. Sapp and r
Mrs. Barrineau will be interred sons, Glen and Richard visited .
a
to learn that her foot is Mrs.; Sapp's brother-in-law and <;',
>
improving: and that the cast has sister, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Wig- ',.i
been removed.Mr. gins m Jacksonville on Sunday. }
Stay
P. D. Reddish and Mrs. R. V. Bradley Mrs. Sponholtz and her dinner .
anent several days last week with guests, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Alvarez i M,,
Mr. and Mrs. Harrell Bennett. and sons and Mrs. Purvie f

Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Pringle' Johns visited 4n Lake Butler Sun-
Sr. are both improving and'would day with Mr. Thompson.Miss With

ASKS RE-ELECTION rae to thank their many friends Marilyn Cox of the University -
far all of the kindnesses shown of Florida was home with _

them during their illness; her mother, Mrs. Lois Cox, and No favoritism be- _
ON HIS The meetin 'of the Baldwin: sister Linda this past weekend. tween his two coun

lion's Club. which was scheduledfor Miss Connie Clemens attended ties not even a

this week was postooned because a barbe-cue dinner and party at dividing line-Just R.
Record as an Officer J : of the revival. They will Mr. Edward's home on Lake Bedford the 15th Senatorial

Greet Tuesday nteht. April 26, at at Keystone Heights on District
which{ time Ladies Night will be i Sunday afternoon in honor of
o13.cprvoo. 4DON'T

The Lion's Auxiliary is planning -
i In coming before you as a candidate for reelection as Sheriff of Bradford a Tupperware Party to help ELECTW. GIVE UP 22 YEARS OF

County, I repeat my pledge to operate the office in a progressive raise funds. It will be' held Mon-

and efficient manner, in view of the fact that my departmentis ftnv night. April 25, at the home
R. (BUSTER)
responsible for the safety and welfare of each and every citizen.I of Mrs. Theo Taylor. Please planto .

am constantly striving to keep pace with a rapidly growing coun- attend. I ( Experience Seniority Prestige
Tommy Clark has to
ty and to prevent any growth in crime by maintaining an alert reported HANtOCK
work in Wildwood. where he is
and competent team of deputies.I .
employed with the Seaboard Air .

line R R. I INVALUABLE ASSETS

am proud of my staff and the cooperation they give me in maintaining Mr. and Mrs. Harrell Bennett .
enjoyed visit in .
a high quality of law enforcement in Bradford County. We a Fernandina ;.
Hearh last Tuesday with Mrs./D. J .
are on call 24 hours a day and are ready to work around the clock, M. Thomas and Mr. and Mrs.. N FOR OUR WO COUNTIES

if :necessary, to give you, and yours the protection you deserve. We R. Thomas.Mr. .

are in full cooperation with all other law enforcement agencies, and Mrs. Bud Welch and

both locally and statewide, and Imaintain the most modern radio Mrs. Anne Bell Lucas visited in They Have Meant Much In The ,Past

facilities and other first class equipment to insure a safer Brad- Jacksonville last Sundav with Mr. :.

ford County for our citizens. I am proud of the fact that last yearI and Mrs. Henry Whiddon and They Can Mean Even More In The Future

undercut my budget by $7,000 and took in a record $44,000 in family. t .

fines and forfeitures. This means that the county spent only $9- We are glad that Mrs. George r
000 for full-time law enforcementMost Frisbee is able to be at home and
STAY 'WITH CHARLEY
getting along nicely after undergoing E.

surgery last week in Baptist -

of you know me well. I am a native and life-long resident of Hospital.W. .

Bradford County. Married to the former Ruth Sapp, and fatherof J. Mizelle of Axson. Ga. was The Only fully qualified
recent visitor:: of Mr. and Mrs.C. candidate for .
seven sons Member of Florida Sheriffs Association, National
Sheriffs Association, and Florida Peace Officers Association V. 0-Berry, [ COMMISSIONERAGRICULTURE

Member Primitive Baptist Church, and Starke Rotary Club Mrs. Opal Sherrill of Fernan-
dina Beach spent last Monday OF

with Mrs. Harrell Bennett .
Mr. and Mrs. C. Johnston

Capable Alert Experienced Efficient pnd and daughter Mrs. Vandel1'Bennett, Clarice, and spent Mr. Succttxful farmer i FOR STATE SENATOR <

'ast weekend in Ocala with relative Boniew mam ,
Ullce' ill Florida School
and while there also
visIt- B. S. D.je. ill Agricnftttf'* HE IS FOR THE 15th DISTRICT-FIRST LAST & ALWAYS
ed with Farris Bryant. U. .f FU.AUrift ,

Mark Your Ballot .for Sheriff P. D. Reddish X Carl Bullard Baltimore- Md. Yettrailaag '
( ) spent last weekend here with his feraliy( Men YOUR ACTIVE SUPPORT AND VOTE ON MAY 3

mother Mrs. Fred Bullard.Mr. record of selfless term*
to FJorWa AricaJtare EARNESTLY SOLICITED AND DEEPLY APPRECIATED
and Mrs. C. N. Myrick of
Pd. Pot Ad. Mid far by
( )
Jacksonville visited Mr. and W. a Otler. .
Mrs.J. Campaign'TiqaiOTf (Pd. PoL Ad.)

r A. Luke and Alfred Simmons .





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