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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 2, 1961
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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I A surprisingly favorable Interest Bradford County Commissioners the county including three new negotiations can start before that ;-

rate 'was obtained on a $1,7 mil- attending the sale. bridges across Santa Fe River, date: with assurance that the :;,:, ; ; :

lion Bradford County: road bond Eight bids-all under four per- and one over New River; hard- money will be there when needed- :, : .. .

i Issue sold through the Florida cent-were received on the bonds 'surfacing Dedan Church road According to past experience

Development Commission in Talla- which will be retired from Brad near Brooker and "Bootsie's right-of-way purchases and liti-

hassee Monday. ford's secondary gasoline tax ac- Beach" road west of Iaw tey. gation will require about 90 daysto a-

The buyer Ira Haupt Company cruals.A With the bonds sold, machineryfor complete. This would make it '*

.1 & Associates of New York, offered million dollars of the total obtaining right-of-way for the possible to call for bids on the 8.2 ; y,, x

; an average interest rate of issue will go for right-of-way purchases 301 four-laning project south mile 301 project at the July let- 4 Al. \

tj 3.383540 per cent less than a one on U. S. 301 through the from Starke should start moving ting by the State Road Depart- k ;*

per cent increase over the 2.8 per county-around $500,000 yet to be shortly. Most appraisals on the ment, if everything goes withouta j E1r1. ;

cent being paid on a million dollar spent for the four-laning south property have been completed and hitch. ,
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1 yl ,< J fn issue floated by the county from Starke to the county line, negotiations with owners will be Alachua County will share in e 3.+ ,. C 1"
+ ti y during the Johns administration. and another $500,000 to pay off handled entirely by State Road
In view the cost of the three Santa Fe
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conditions during the last five or already completed 301 work north. that the money from sale River bridges and Union will pay i w W
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I I t' Patty Kay Lyons, 1961 Valentine Queen of BHS, Is shown with her

I u escort Cecil Leach after fl
Mug crowned by last year's queen, Harriet

!. 1: Powell. Patty Kay Is a member 'of the sophomore class and was VOLUME EIGHTY-TVyO STARKE, FLORIDA. THURSDAY, JIARCH 2, 1961 NUMBER THIRTY-SIX -
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,\ ..uIlg. sponsored by the\ Senior High Chorus. ... -

E i. !!!J The new Sweetheart of BHS was presented a crown of roses and : Starke Eliminated -- --- -
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Valentine scepter. Prize Steer Wins I 1* ":, NEW ROUTEOF
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Other candidates! and sponsoring clubs were: Kay Hart, Future .

I t Teachers; Sara O.borne, Letterman's Club; Sylvia, Giisson, Elementary .,.\r${,:< District U. S. 3DI'i i i

& Library; Harriet Goodman, Drama Club Third Place For ,!(., ; CagersIn
; Myrtle Hinson. Bible i :jj''>,-4 <" 1 m THROUGH STARKEThe

I l Club; Betty Lou Wainwright, Spanish Club; Linda. Cox, Beta. Club; "-.:"'...; 'I', --, ,L -

i Margaret Douglas, Pep Club; Linda Wasdln Science Club; Vicki i iBlosher. ',i'i\\: _
Y'.. Tourney Here new path that U. S. SOI
t Future Homemakers! and Amelia Williams, DOT. Local 4-H Youth .Y.A'it -" 9 '1'' south
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Motel Sale TopsBradford I!I Young Tom Edwards, 10-year-I! "v,or.. ; Lake City's Tigers edged Santa I Perry-Starke I gy" railroad tracks -1* shown

I p' Fe's Rebels by a single while I In above sketch Work of .obtaining
i old son of Maurice Edwards Jr., .Y'r point Starke's Tornadoes failed: to I

won third place In'State 4-H -"" Starke and: Madison were defeated explode in the first game last right-of-way, will startIn

t Land Transactions Hit$131,930DuringMonthofFebary I steer judging competition at the decisively as the first round of night and were decisively defeated the very near future. County -

I )State Fair in Tampa February 10. I play in the District Cage Tourna 55-37, by a fine looking Perry Commission Chairman J. C.

; The 14-month-old pl'tzein- ; r ment got under way yesterday squad. The Bulldogs built up a Prevatt (inset) expressed him-

: $ ning' Black Angus steer, shown, in the BHS gym. 118 advantage in the initial self as agreeably surprised at ,

I by young Tom himself, also won x .( After getting off to a 16-7 lead i period and never let the struggling the favorable interest rite obtained -
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I I first place in the lightweight diS S in the first quarter Lake City's I Tornadoes see light. The Tallahassee Monday
t The $33,800 sale of the 301 Star 2000. on the $1.7 million '
j' I vision. Weighing in at 762 pounds J Tigers suddenly found themselveswith lead was! increased to 27-20 at road bond
Motel north of Starke was tops E. C. Dukes .
Issue
a 1 Starke to Charles on foot the steer battle halftime, to 42-34 at the end of
lr Bradford I was bought by, \ a royal on their handsas ,
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County land transactIons I,. \
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residence
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in, which I J. D. Odom, Live Oak cattle dealer the Santa Fe came roaring the third period and to 55-37 at I
totaled
$131.930 Saratoga Heights, 10200.
: for 60 cents per pound. back in the second period to tie the game's end.
: during Feburary. T. ,J. Alderman, Hampton, toi I .:
j The statewide cattle judging the score 21-21 at halftime. l The Tornadoes suffered an apparent ;
The motel was sold by Stanley
David E.
Canova Starke, 20 acres ;
"f A. Miller of Racine, Wisconsin, :of land, $1,200.Mildred'C. I I contest was sponsored by the The Tigers got off to another t the basket case of buck fever under Tornadoes Lose ,
and failed to make
Tampa Chamber of Commerce and lead-'early in the third frame but
to August Cassia, of StarKe. I
Douglas, three, to c- '
the Florida Cattlemen's Associa : good their shots on a number of
: transactions of the-Rebels again fo Qht. .knackgamely
Only
$1.000
or Denver R. -
Devricks stark residence .
% -', -- timer euiClose attempts. Demonstrating the Tor- Las it Of
more are mentt ned:' here. Prices on Bedford'Lake, $J500. -, tion. JUST"TRY TO TOPTHis ONE 1 Behind tlI the nadoes' lack of accuracy the record ,
gap. five, markers at the
: Tom coached for the event ,
are figured from ,
documentarytax I' Leonard:.Griff isto Herman Gerald was books gave Woody Strick- .. ..
f his first time in end of the third period ,the Rebels -
stamps affixed to deeds filed Geiger residence competition by '
6800. This 13 land the high point honors with
in the county clerk's.ofn. e.. Glenn K. Hundley to James his father, Maurice: Jr., who raised huge pound ll'/a ounce ter weighed 14 pounds'even once again fought back on the Regular Season
r 4 Other transactions were. William Robertson., Scotts- show steers while in high 1 black bass was caught last Friday right af terming taken from the shooting of Bobby Rftch, with 15 11 and Emory Eunice followed

Roy W. Tyre to Harvey Clinton Alabama school In 1948 Tom's coachfathI I in Big Orange Lake by L. B. water, but l lost slightly on the way points, and Robert Davis with 14 with eight. The final defeat gave
boro a residence. 5600. [Junior] Chambers and is the back to Starke., the Tornadoes a record of six '
It took Chambers
to the
er had a Hereford steer that was close gap tot two points Bradford High's. Tornado
Vaughn Keystone Heights, resi- Belva C/ Reese to R. Wainwright 1
dence, 8000. Starke. 10 acres J. of land-1,\1st Grand FFA Champion' at the <.leading entry now in the Cham- only 15'n11nutes to land the big with less than two minutes left in wins against 17 defeats for the cagers lost their last ,two contests
of season. '
ber Commerce fishing contest.
a Guy Andrews Starke, to Judson 2000.: Ocala Fat Stock bhow.I fish.The the game. of the regular season last weekend
The huge fish tops even the 13 Danny Franklin and Mack
t L. Loyd, Jacksonville, a lot on Belva C, Reese, executrix of the leader. In the speckled Ritch, no. 11, stole., the ball when they were defeated by Fern-
led the effort with
Landry
pound 10 bass last Perry
ounce
caught perch division is still Nate Dyal andina and Palatka.
Cypress Beach on Santa Fc Lake estate ot Reese drove to his right and hooked in
Guy Hadley deceased Forest Service
week by James E. [Jimmy] Mc- Hampton Lake who last week 14 and 9 points respectively.
a beautiful shot it 4038. Coach Carleton
to J. R. Wainwright making Koch's quintetwas
Rae-the entry local fishermenwere a' Madison-P. K. Yonre
registered .2 pound
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Strickland Named Starke, five acres of land $3,500L. ounce Then a free throw by]Lake City's behind all the way last Friday
j I Fire ReportThe saying couiin't be beaten.Chamber's entry. Joe Tomlinson has the P. K. Yonge's Blue Wave will
in
K. Whitehead to Eugene M. number 10 made it 41-38 and put Palatka when the Maroons peat
fish, caught on a top second laest'sPec with a 2 pound see action tonight at 7 p. m. against -
: the Rebels down points them 62-55
To Williams. Starke of land three behind the
parcel shootingof
i All-Keystone Florida Forest Service has water bait called the "dying flut-I 6 ounce entry. :? Live Oak as the visitors of
,with 33 seconds left. Davis Bill McCool with 24
2600. points and
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fought and suppressed 12 wild- I promptly put Santa Fe back into Tommy Lemmond
Basketball Team To March with 16. Pa-
Ed Stone to Sam Williams.Starke. Begin 28 yesterday afternoon. The Blue
i fIres in Bradford County in the .the contest with a long jump shot latka led all four periods althoughthe
parcel of 1a d'.,$3.800. Wave defeated Madison 55-45 behind -
past 10 days, with an acreage I to make it 41-40 with less than local cagers cut their 'lead toa
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Carlton T. McManus to : L..1 the shooting of Ken Tuna
L Woody Strickland BHS cage Gay Starke, parcel of land and I I loss of 89.1. Starke Council ScheAiks:Extra I a half minute to go. with 22 points, and Howard Greer single point in the third Quarter.
been named to the
standout has I.| :home, 6500. Four of these fires were set But bad luck then beseiged the with 11.The The Tornadoes also were behind
.All-Keystone Conference basketball deliberately five were caused by I Rebels as Lake City's number 12 only four points with three minutes
chosen the coaches!' A. E. McKinney Jr. and Carlton Wave got off to a ons point
team by
of the league. I|iT. McManus, Starke. residence escaped control burning or by Meetings To Hear zGripes'be' sank two freebies to go out in lead, 10-9 in the first quarter and left in the final period ,but
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could
Strickland has been a bright I II|j 7800. burning trash in the backyard, front by another three points. steadily increased its advantage as come no closer.

I.!I, and one was traced to the railroad But the Rebels still refused to the game wore on. 1| Woody Strickland with 19
spot all season long with his. Gracie Mae Thornton, widow, .
I the forest service said. Starke's city council, at its last a good idea to give citizens an give up as James Alh'good drove Madison was trailing by nine points bucketed Franklin Tom-
deadly set shots from back court. i Kenneth Bagwell, half !fnterest
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Coach Carleton Koch credits himji!{I in a one acre lot 1000. The service again cautions all meeting decided to hold an extra. opportunity to bring their com- in for a lay-up with five seconds points in the fourth period and linson with 15 and Dewey McKln-

[IS? i Bradford citizens to be extremely session on the fourth Tuesday in plaints to the entire council at a to go. Playing it very smart a fought back to cut the Wave's ney 14 were high scorers for the

with having -improved every Virgil M. Jordan to Woodrow careful with fires in or near each month solely for citizens to time when no other business; is Tiger defender simply lei: Alli- lead to three points on four dif- Tornadoes. McX1nn 'y., performance

; game"Other players named to the Pershing Callan, Starke residence woods. "March is our high windy present their complaints.The being considered. good make good his shot insteadof ferent occasions, but never could was especially noteworthy

All-Conference team were Clayton 5500. month and fires in the woods can move was passed on a motion Council members also' }expressed chancing a foul and Rebel opportunity I muster a winning streak. On two since he played while still weakened -

Mathis and Ken Turja oi';: P. K. Cecil R. -Moore as trustees for be extremely dangerous," Ranger by Councilman Wayne Dou hope that the complaint ses- at tying the score. The I of the occasions Madison got by the after-effects .of, the

Yonge Bobby Ritch ,and Robert. David Wayne Moore, a minor to Jimmy Hodges said. "Again we glas who said he has been con- sions will take some of the load hard fought game ended 43-42 as within three points of the Wave measles.

y+ Davis of Santa Fe, Nipper McAn- Lacy Silcox. Starke two lots, ask everyone planning to do any tinually beseiged by complaints. off their business\ meetings on the the Tigers took possession of the with the ball in their possession Coming still closer Saturday

$4,000. burning In the county to notify Douglas said he thinks i* would first and third Tuesdays of each balL [Continued On Pale Six __ night but still not close enough,

Sammy ; J. E. Adkins ,to Billie Varnes, the FFS before you' burn by phon- month. the Tornadoes were caught three

4 Hampton, parcel of .land, 1000. ing WO 4- 2721." 4 points behind Fernandina's
Jimmy Williams Live Oak and Rabid RaccoonIs The extra meetlng.is scheduledto :Pl-
of Billie Varnes to J. E. Adkins Persons who call the forest servj j rates when the final buzzer
,ohnny Watson Macclenny. be two hours' lohg beginning at
of land. 1000. I Ice can obtain valuable information i
= Hampton, parcel sounded.;
The ten players were selected 7 p. m. and running! through 9 p.
R. D. Roberts, Dade City to I on weather conditions and j Second FoundIn a*_
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In a coaches meeting In Macclenny m. No other bdisness"will be considered Taking a two point advantage
whether or not it would be safe
Charles A. Baldree. Starke parcelof
$ last weekend.In : besides that which thecitizens with a 15-13 lead in the first
to burn on a particular date. This SectionA _
other business, the Keystone land $1,030. I themselves bring up the period the Tornadoes were not
At the forest
service
mentors chose Gainesville as site Earle W. Brown to Barney present council said. The first of the new : .. able to hold it and the third
crews are checking from 25 to 35 .
of this years baseball tournamentto 3rinson, Starke, residence 4800. smokes second rabid coon was killedin meetings is scheduled for March ? quarter found them behind by
take place the weekend of May Edna G: Studer. Hampton, to a day. Bradford County this week and 28. .i- three points 4340. Although they

4. Mildred! C. Copeland Starke, the Health Department renewedits fought gamely in the final period.

Gainesville. may also be the site residence $7,500. Band Parents To warning to the public to avoid t'j: the local cagers were still behindby

of the Keystone Conference track Virginia W, Smith. Starke to all wild animals, especially those Educator SpeaksTo t three markers at the ,game's

meet,.if facilities at the Univer- Starke Asphalt Paving. Starke. Hold Supper that appear in daylight hours. All

sity of Florida track can be ob- parcel of land, $4,000. owners were advised to have their Rotary end.In going down to defeat ,61-58

talried.I Dan Johnson to E. W. Hayes, a A Pancake Supper will be served I pets vaccinated immediately. Emory Eunice made Starke's best

.- lot. $2.000. by the Band Boosters Associa- The second coon 'was killed Ballard Simmonsfor many 4Y -z effort with 21 points while'Woody
tion at the school cafeteriaFriday ---
high
Monday at the ,home of Paul years director of the state's Strickland had 15 and Dewey McKinney

I,. APRIL 1 Boat Owners night March 10, startingat Faulkner near the,county line on. teacher' procurement'program. Paul Hahn "--..:.,..::;'. .';.'C.'. 14. MacFarland''and L.
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o'clock. Admission will be $1
the Brownlee Road in northwest was guest speaker at the Rotary ., '.->' Lemacks with 18 and J. Morris:
IS DEADLINE Viola for adults, and 50c for children :- <.Y
IgRu1es'i: ; Bradford. The first rabid coon Club Wednesday pointing out the I. Golfers Awed By with 12 were the leading scorers
with to the '
proceeds going High
FOR FILING \ was killed last'week in the Griffis difficulty of attracting young ; for the Pirates.Johnstown.
Recent checks by State Conservation School BandBroom : }fl
CoastGuard Loop section ot'southeast' Bradford people .to the .teaching professionIn Display Of Skill

HomesteadExemption I, Agents.and theU..S. That rabies should .appear competition with: higher pay- ,; ." < .. ". .. ChurchTo
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show that some owiiers are a -' ;/ !. f fr
I Sale SponsoredBy In two such widely separatedareas jobs in other professions.He 'r "
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still not keeping their, motorbOat Paul Hahn, golfdom's "Wizard ofClubs" j _, ij
Hold
caused HomecomingJohnstown
of the county has
t registration 'certificates, aboardthe Lions Club said that In spite 'Of tow .. .
an amazing displayof '
the Health gave .,
additional concern to salaries there other rewards ,
f is: in operation are ,'\; :ii(
boat while it
Department.The -the teacher of these beIng skin at the Starke Golf and Baptist Church,Lake
for
one
Doorbells will around -
APPLICATIONSFILE The Florida Motorboat Registration ring rmg r---;: ... Butler, will hold its annual Homecoming
Law states that registra- Starke this evening from 6:30 to second coon came up in the the opportunity to be. of serv Country Club last week before a -i; on Sunday .March 5.

8:30 when the Lion's dub Broom garden at the Faulkner home Iceto young people. following af awed fans. At top i
YOURS TODAY! tion certificates, must,,be aboard starting at 10 a. m. with special
t the boat at'aIt times while it lain Sale gets underway in an. effortto where it was spotted by a pet'dog: The' speaker was introduced by Hahn [second from left] is pictured r singing-preaching, and dinner on

-- operation and any person failing raise money to furnish needy' In the ensuing.fight, the coon bit Lex Green who had charge of with a' pre-ezhibition four- /Ito .=""'li? .; the grounds at 12:30. Everyone is

to comply with this law" :shall be children with glasses. the dog and Mrs. Emery Lewis the program.Big .. f.t. ".i
.This Space Contributed guilty of misdemeanor and sub- Club members will also sell mother of Mrs. Faulkner, killed some, including club president H. I. J. cordially invited to attend

Weekly to Publicize tickets. to the Lion's 'dub sponsored the coon with a piece of pipe. The A. Bishop Jr., dub! pro Ted Fox,, i :
ject to a fine not,to-exceed $75. ; ,. Girl Scouts To Have
has been and shut Turnip fountW.
Events by movie, at the Florida dog vaccinated and past president Clyde] Terwil-
Community "
Booster Club Theatre; which Is also a ''scheme up for observation. legar. White Elephant Sale

THE COMMUNITY J to buy glasses. Jack Trawick of the Health De- A. Swindell of Theresas is At- right, Hahn demonstrates J '

To Meet(Tonight The 'lion's Sight Conservation partment said that ;judging'. from making & bid for: turnlpgrowin. skill by driving In'rapid fire succession The Senior Girl Scouts will

STATE BANK Program has' already fitted seven its odor the coon had been. fighting honors Jn 1961. 'fie :.brought to at balls on tees of varying __._ ,!it .. have a White Elephant Sate 'on

The Booster 'Club' win meet tonight children with gasses Club President with a skunk and may have I9It'1edb.weekend: a fine -spec"m l- heights. He has been featured in Saturday, March 11, .m front of

OF STARKE (Thursday) 'in. the high. N L. Woodfeurn. stated, "at J-.a. passed rabies on' to a number'of fflTof'tunifehood weighing: 4 '3/4 numerous movie shorts as well as Ed Sullivan's and Gary Bradford Building Supply. starting .
ecUool cafeteria at 7:30: o'clock. total cost at >21fi. 'other 'p'intfr in the 'area.; pounds. ". -_ ca national TV- pragrams, ]nclude at 9:30 a. in.' '
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land Wednesday and Thursday at- (s) R. E. Edmondson. Administrator NOTICE TO APPEAR To; Richard Road, Jacksonville, I'loridaand all and the name of the school The :" -, -i-m ---- .- .-
Bradford' c ul Hospital Chandler, whose residence is un bids must be made in accordance! Board reserves the right to reject
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I tending the Methodist Vacation P. O. Dor: 1071 known. : therewith. any or all bids, and to waive any
Church School coaching confer- Marke, Florida You are hereby notified that a, Two seta of specifications and i, informalities. ,'
"'. It suit for divorce has, been filed drawings may be obtained by- any i I The Board Of Public Instruction FloridaTheatre
11 I ence. J againstyou In the above named,I: General Contractor making a $23.00;; j I Of Bradford County, Florida
Mrs. Howard Vaughn and Mr. NOTICn LKGIM.ATIOY Court and cause and you are ye- deposit per set at the office of the I,I By Harmon P. Morgan
Sum-' TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN; quired to serve a 'copy of your I'Architect, which deposit 'will be refunded ,,i Superintendent Of Public Inst.
and Mrs. of
Taylor Vaughn ,Notice is hereby given of intentionto answer or pleading to complaint'' to General Contractors sub :j I %-9 :t:1:
m THE NEWS merdale, Ala. were weekend. apply tu the Idtil 'Session of the on the Plaintiffs Attorney Mack!, mUting bona fide bids when: drawings I -
guests of Mr. and ,Mrs. M. B. Jor- Floiida. Lcgislaure oY\passage of.' S. Futch. Starke, Florida, and file and specifications are returned -: ;
an act entitling hotflutaU l iu Brad. the original in the office of the in good condition. Additional .r Bradford COU.CT, Ptoridit.
dan. i ford County to a Hep for hospital Clerk of the Circuit Court on or complete sets of specifications( piay I In re: Estate of E. F Miles de
,........._,. ._ :-:-_---: .---::-- 7U. ---- Mr. and Mrs. Byron Newcorab I care and treatment ofiJHor. injured' before the .27th .day of March, 1961; be'obtained by contractors and material -,
I person upon all ia4P* of action otherwise the allegations of said dealers making:' a J5.00;; ,deposit -I ceased.NOTICE; TO CREDITORS
t Mrs. H. Sheppard Friends of Mrs. C. H. Nasworthywill of Waycross, Ga. spent' the weekend accruing to such persons on account Complaint will be taken as confessed per set at the office of the AH creditors of the estate of K

% 1 Mr.' and Mrs..T. C. Hazen at- be glad to learn that.she has I with Mr. and Mrs. G. S. New- ', of illness or injuries git'ing rise to by; you. Architect. which deposit will be refunded F. Miles, deceased are hereby notified -I
: concert returned to her home after being comb. such causes of action except matters This notice shall be published once. when the specifications are and required to file any claim; SAT. MAR. 4.
red Waring c within purview of uorkmeu'scompensation i each week for four consecutive returned in good condition. Additional : or demands which they have against -
j&Facksonville.: last Saturday confined to Bradford County Hospital -I Mr. and Mrs. W. Hal Hand: of act. I. ueeks in the Bradford County Tele- : drawings may be procuredupon sad: estate in the office of Double Feature Program
: for ten days. 1341 Blanding Street have moved February 27th, 1961. gra ph. ; payment of the cost: of J't'pro-,,, the county judge of Bradford County 1st. Feature
t. j (S{ R, E. Edmondsou ,.\oJmiul.stratur' Dated this 23rd day of February,i) contract. Each;: propvial when sub- i 1 i Florida in the courthouse at
r Mrs. X. }1:. Smith and daughter, Fertilizer for gardens and flowers to Keystone Heights. Mr. and Mrs. : Bradford County llotpital 1961. duction which will not be refundj j j i Starke. Florld'"Ithin, 'eiyhl calen- .

: Tci, spent 'the weekend in.' Pom- Gro-Tone, Vertagreen. At Sb- Richard Richards of Pine Haven ; P. O. Box 1011 ', OFFICIAL SEAL) a1.lt'11 drawings and specifications dar months from the date of the 1'
Starke, Florida CHARLES .A. DARBY. regardless of method of procurement ;'; first:! publication of this notice. Each
pajio. Beach with Mrs. Coye B. sistrunks. j I have purchased the Hand home. : It Clerk of the Circuit 1. ourt. '; shall be returned to the ]!: claim or demand must be in writingard
Cheshire' and in Opalocka with Miss Jean Barker of Nsw Orleans Mr. and Mrs. Sharr Hamil- !, By Marian L. Crosby Architect prior; to or at the tine ., must state the place or resi-
: NOTICE OP LEGISLATION: Deputy Ckrk. I of bid openin deuce and past office address of the
4 Mrs. 'Smith's, parents: Mr. and ,: La. was. visiting Mr. and ton and family of Brunswick, Ga. TO WHOA IT MAY COXCUUN: 3/2 4t 2/23:: j A Certified or Cashier's ch--k. or\!: Claimant and must be" sworn to by

Mo. Jerry BoWen. Mrs. Frank Barker Tuesday and i have rented the Long house on Notice is hereby given uf intention 1____:_ ; bid bond. properly executed in a''i 1: the claimant, his agent, or his attomey .
a : to apply to the 1961 Session of the I less than ;5 of base'' become void -
sum not per cent -or it will according
'Mrs. Y. A. Harris of Gainesvillesnent Wednesday of this week. Clark street. Mr. Hamilton is assistant Florida Legislature for passage of!!,: In The Circuit 'ourt Of Florida.,: !bid payable to the Board of Public to law.

last weekend here with her J. M. Edwards and daughters, : pharmacist at Mitchell's| an act creating a Small Claims. Court :, 1lghth JudMnl Circuit.. 'a.11'1' Instruction must accompany each I (?) Sue B. Miles
Fur Bradford Cowaty.Iii
4 S M. | for Bradford County which shall i i ,} proposal as a guarantee that the :j I SUE R. MILES. Administratrix
J.
Diane, and Mrs. High, Store .
Mr.flind' Gayle, Drug ? I ChanceryJames j jI
6 $Qfl5-1n-Iaw and daughters,. I succeed to the powers and dutiesof bidder will promptly enter into agreement ,!i of the Estate of E. F. Miles!!', deceased -
Mrs. H- L. Speer, Mr. and attended the car races at Daytona !Mrs. Alice Anderson and FT/I the Court now functioning and I Russell Raulerson. l'laln-! to do the work and furnish -I .
: and Mr. and Mrs. Beach on Bunda}.. !' and Mrs. Lyle Anderson and children -, providing lor a graduated scale ot j' tiff8.. Rosie Raulerson, Defendjant. a performance bond in the sum First publication on February 5i '.14 Feat'na
Mrs: Lex Green. filing fees. t not less than 100 per cent of the i 1961.
Q/j. McGrilf.. Mrs. Frazier Shaw, Mr. and Mrs. visited Mr. and Mrs. Harry Feb. 27, 1961.S DIVORCE initted must be clearly marked
: Fruit and. CUrus Trees. At Sis- Ovid Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Lappe in Gainesville on Saturday. ,I ( ) Theron ,.\. Yawn, County Judge To; Rosie NOTICE Raulerson, residence I

4 trunks.- < Abercrombie, and Mr. and :Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Martinez and Starke, Florida i I and address unknown.
It
.._ Carl Lamar Johns and sons will. family of Mandarin were visiting _-1- ".- You Are Hereby !Notified that a Ii Ii'I
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Weldon Mrs. I 'I
Mrs. Gladys ana Complaint for Divorce has been THIS WEEK'SP.
U..1' $acfc. McComli and little granddaughter spend the 'weekend in Lyons, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Martinez on TO SOTI WHOM('' LUGISI.\TIIJX.IT MAY CONCliftX, : : ,, filed against rOUt and you are

Melony Williams, spent where they 'will attend the wed- Sunday. j Notice i* hereby given of intention j quired to serve a copy of our 1'-1
pleading to the Ccmptalnt
swer or
of Lamar Shaw to Patricia Mr. and Mrs. Claude Crowson ;, to apply to the 1961 Session of the j
#Jday In': Jacksonville with Mr. ding I Florida Legislature for passage of on the plaintiffs attorney, .. ..1.Tlioma' .
"Weldon. Beecher. Little Ricky: Johns will attended a family reunion at the act amending Chapter '13426:! i Jr., 203-203:: ; N. Temple :
J. B. an
4. jfrs., be ring bea'rer in the wedding. home of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Crow- Section 14, Ads 1)27!):! (City IIC Starke 1 I Aye Starke Florida, and file the ))4
m Manassa. of Green original Answer or Pleading 1 in the ;
L. Cox and daughter, last weekend and also visited Charter) 80 as to provide that every
Mrs. Robert Mrs. E. son shall office of the Clerk of the Circuit,
Cora Springs and ordinance before its passage:
I : Linda visited Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cypress Gardens. l be read one time in full and may be Court on or before the 27 day of I
i&ey'ofJacksonville spent 1961. If, fail to' do ,
B\ March A. D. you
,
read the 2nd and Sid times. !by title
L Norman in Gainesville on Sunday. Mrs. V. 0. Bridges is visiting ,
here respecthrely so. a' Decree Pro Confesso will be 1.
Sjunday: an$ Tuesday I
: : _
Mrs. P. E. Stone and Miss Ma-, her sister, Mrs. C. W, Roberts in only.Feburary 27. 1961.S taken: against you for the relief
visiting their parents,
demanded In the Complaint.
'
'Mr.:'and Mrs. 'W. G. StringfeUow.i rote Anderson of Archer visited i Jasper, Tenn.. Mr. Bridges spent Ithe' ] ( ) Merrill Florida Edwards; CIty Clerk Done and" Ordered" at Starke;I I Cartoon: Clocg_Cleaners

I I. their sister, Mrs. E. M. Davis, first of the week with Mr. and i Starke. Florida. this 17th day of February.A. V
.W i .>J! arian Pennell, whO. has over the weekend.Mr. Mrs. George Bridges in Jackson 1t D. 1961. ., THURS., Fftf. ArT SAT. ONLY' sur tf., MON., & TUES
of her brother-in- (SEAL) .
the guest I.
en. and Mrs. Bob Bunting and ville. I XOTICE OF LEGISLATION Charles A. Darby MAR.5,67
I. }V.,and.,sister' .Mr. and Mrs J. of Lakeland were Sunday visitors : Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hazen of TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Clerk, Circuit Cour CASH AND CARRY NOW AT POPULAR
son
lti QftRtrl, for the past two weeks, I Notice is hereby git'en of intentionto Bradford County Florida. ,
: Mon4 to her home In of Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Chap- Jacksonville and T. C. Hazen, Sr.I apply to the 1961 Session of the Ey Marian I*. Crosby, _. PRICES!
Wt1d :y : cf Gainesville were Sunday visit' Florida Legislature for passage of Deputy: Clerk. CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCES -
.ca: Plains, Boston Mass. man.Mr. an aet amending,- Charter 13126, A.. J. Thomas Jr. !
:* alla J. Upset is spending and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe of ors of Mrs. Grace Rltch. Section 43, Acts 1327 (City of Starke By George II. Pierce Sheet Rock4'x8'x38" 3 ?
the Tampa spent the weekend with Walter S. Vanderlip of Decatur Charter) dealing with board of adjustment 1203-205: N" Temple Avenue The Greatest Enter
weeks in Gainesville '
two as
:
L Starke, FloridaI
so as to conform to membership -
.
guest at her; : 6QI1- l-1aw and Mrs. O. L. Beasley and Mrs. J.W. Ga. was the overnight guest last ,' powers etc governing: this I I Attorney for ,Plaintiff tainment show !
p Kincaid. I Thursday of Mr. and Mrs. Harry board as set forth Iu Section: 2523cf %-%3 tt 3.16
c \trlght\, February 27, 1961. NOTICE BIDDERS $150
I 'Mrs. J. H. Milholland and Mrs. Sistrunks. Robert Taylor went to Homer- (S) Merrill Edwards, City Clerk The Board of Public Instructionof year in The Major Capitals

Ezra Bagwell Jr. and Onere ville, Ga. on Sunday to attend Starke, Florida adfwd..> County, Florida 1\'Ul1 PER SHEET of: the World!
t : 1V: Tanner of Douglas, Ga. are it receive SealedBids in the BoardRoom ,
p S House guests of Mrs. W. S Slade. Douglas of St. Petersburg spent the graduation of his sister, Miss ...-J->.- of the said Board, County: .: It's All Here
the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. NOTICE OF LEGISLATION', Courthouse, Starke, Florida for furnishing r- '
Mildred -
Mr. and Mrs.af Taylor, from Practical V the wonderful fun the great
L. ,
!Mrs J Gentry, '
,. : I TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: of aU labor and materials
e, .tJ Hamilton; and'Mr.. and s..Arthur' Don Bagwell.Mrs. Nurses School. j i Notice: is hereby given of l intention to construct TUNG TEX-INT. or EXT.Latex Base V stars and those great (*oIe I

R. E. Mundorff is a patient Attending the Service] i"> apply to the 1961 Session of the Educational Facilities to two Ported :
Wesleyan songs
Rigdon of Jacksonville\ in the Jacksonville Convalescent Florida Legislature for passageof schools. Starke, Florida. Wall Paint (White Only) THIS WEEK
I Wire dinner guests'Sunday of JljssWajian. Guild District meeting at the l' an act relating to the city of Starke All bIdsforthe project will be''re- "C'est Manifique""Uve
before left for I Home. Wesley Community Church in! of Bradford County, 'exempting said ceiveduntil, 2. o'clock p.' m. March UNCONDITIONALLY V and Let Lhe"
: Fennel? she Miss Phobe Green is a medical ; city from taxation in its operation 2.' 1961 and then" publicly opened GUARANTEED-GAL. $3.55 I Ton do to Me"
home Mass. I Gainesville Sunday afternoon were and read in something
her in Bost n, ::0 fits natural gas and electrical. the Board Room. Coun-
_ i ;Tuxedo'' Feed for poultry ull patient in Bradford County Hos i Mrs. J. R. Hixon, Mrs. Robert Coe,,utilities.S ty; Courthouse, Sta<;ke,:,Florida." "I Love Pork"
pit tMrs. |I11'8.. C. C. Johns Mrs. Rebecca ( ) Merrill Edwards CIty_ 1erk Plan, specifications, and General "Just one of those Things"bud
,
JAv tock. At Sistrunks. Conditions
g I Starke, Florida Instruction to Bidders, LOANS AVAILABLE To Paint AddA
J. H. Milholn and Mrs. E. -
! ',Mi. arid Mrs. Fred O'Donnell ojWflmfegton Simpson and Mrs. W. L. Blair. J 11 and form of proposal may be' obtained More More More!
L. Tanner of Douglas, Ga. are I from 1ft.' A, Robert llr ad.
1 Dela. were weekend Perry ;Norwood and daughter Room Any Remodeling Improve.. Juliet Tnmse, Mho starred in
spending several days with Mrs. I NOTICE OF LEGISLATIONTO : : .
of Green Cove Springs visited ,Mr ; "O! Blues' alto plays a \vomterful. -
-
T. T.Lpng.'Th --
guests of Col. and Mrs.
WHOM IT MAY CONCERN!: ments. FREE Estimates. Labor. And Materials
W. S. Slade. and Mrs. J. L. : role in Can Can.
enroute to Pom- Cole last Wednes- Notice is hereby given of intention 1--SEE 4
; y were Mrs. Ruby Johns and Mrs. Ver-day afternoon. i,J'to apply to the 1961 Session of the .'. : Up To 36 Months To Pay. $10.00 Cartoon: Gold'inouse & the S eats
: pahtf Beach for a week's visit apd non Silcox 'were in Daytona 'Beachon Florida Legislature/ for passage, of

w r& accompanied by Mr. and; Wednesday.Mr. I Mr. and Mrs. Herman Borges!' an Seetlon.l\ct.act amending.191 Chapter(City.of Starke Ui2;.! IL E i E HINow t HOMES Per Month. I "- -eA' ..6

4 Mrs. Lloyd Lewis, who spnt part and Mrs. Charles Hardy 1 of Cleveland, Ohio were Sunday:Charter) designating President and: .
'plat: week ,here with Col. ajnd ] guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Cra-President pro tern of City Council; i -:Constructed OnOir' CALL US FOR INFORMATION JMl
and family went to Altamont
S Mrs.: Long Before returning to Springs last Wednesday afternoonto 'men J I as respectively.Chairman; and Chairman pro teoi ,Parking, lioti : Sr f iHfcr

their home In Wilmington, Mr. visit Rev. and Mrs. L. D.I Mrs. J. M. Vickers and daugh... February 27. 1961. Prom $ > Month& ,
,
: and.jMrs. Lewis wDl visit'i.i: Mqcico Haines. I ters of Brunswick, Ga. spent.Sunday (8) Merrill,- Florida Edwards,' City ClerkStarke 40:00" STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIES I eREV UEt .,.

coCity and ,other points of h> Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Wilson and I to Tuesday here with.friends. It BR&DFQRDBLDG : 1 LOudIt..,

t tert'fin\ Mexc? ..1.. daughter, Kim of Jacksonville j Harry :Mooty spent Sunday and .. .I ; Phone WO 4-4201 Starke, Fla. OURJJAN
1 .
-.. ... NOTICE TO UEKEM) : SUPPLY I.
.I JudgespertU'the.TOfikttut'&nd ; K. l'ttYma.n s4re Saturday of Mr. and Monday in MiamP where' he"at-< '
; ; guests In, Circuit Court: Bradford Couaty,
in Jacksonville Mrs. J. E. Hardy.Mr. I tended the funeral of :'his' sister- 'Floridas In'('baDt'-r 301 E. Call St. WO: '4-5291 Complete Builders, Service : 1i'

fcs guests of their. sop and dauh-({ : and Mrs. W. F. Herlong i.in-law, Mrs. W. P. Mooty Monday !Norma Chandler, Plaintiff, vs. Richard }
Defendant, .
: ster. ln-.Jaw. 1br., and-, ME;. C. P.Perrjrpun have had as guests Mr. and Mrs.! afternoon. Chandler -a- -. -_ [ ,-"

Whle| there they at. Z. C. Herlong of Micanopy last. Azaleas, 6 for $1.50. At Sis. I ..1U1110115f -!-""

1 .tended" the Fred Waring concertI Wednesday, Mr. and :Mrs. Roy | trunks. -IT: .- ----

I \ e Coliseum Saturday n1gt.4ai.k Layfield of Lake Harbor, and j For The Easter Basket Group \VED., THURS. & FRI.

H, Outlawand. Irs.o11 Mra. W. H. Steinmeyer and son.! Two Teams Tied MAR.8,9&1O
; V Little Girls
.
A Tpr attended the V ..
sqw- Billy, of Jacksonville over the Double Feature ProgramThese '

S Inc contest and fashion show fortrlcV weekend, and Mrs. Mary Edwardsof rfor V. a features are Academy

I t 'IV of' the Federated Jacksonville, and Mr. and Mrs.f League Lead BONNETSwith /1 I Award Winners in fact "On the

Women's Clubs, held.at the Riverid Osborne Hudson of Tampa on Inc. 'iJ..98: I Waterfront" was winner of' 8

t I >. Club m Jacksonvine Tuesday. Sunday. tin, City Circuit; Your Friendly Store BAGS Academy Awards Best! Picture.

:r> Mr :Jack Hazen and children Mrs. Merrill Edwards and family !-I To Match\ Set "The Wild One" also starring:

I 'an 4'i MVs.4 L> .H. Outlaw, and chUtifer visited Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Keystone and Lawtey remained, I I I I MarIon Brando was another great:

,'and Mr. and Mrs. B. T. : Howard in Jacksonville last Fri- t movie of the time. We are bringing .
I Tij?mas spent Sunday in Largo 'day. i tied for first place: in the City: ; you these two hack an a

'attending the'birthday dinner for Mr. and Mrs. Ovid Bennett and Basketball League after each' 'i \ all the signs point'to Double Feature Program to show
won two games last week.The Professors .
I, .MrL J: .D.. Flllmon and Mrs. F. T.'Armour children of Jacksonville spent the i( j the tremendous' performance Mar' .
..n were a game out of first .
.L \ weekend with Mrs. Frazier Shaw.Mr. V V Ion Brando plays' in these 2 great
"j w' ; Fertilizer for garden and Mrs. Thad Dankel and with two victories also. LADIES' features.

I 'J. .and field: pl ..ntlnr. At Sis trunks."Mr. son of Brunswick, Ga. were Monday -I In Thursday's games the Profs ., i NEW SPRING LADIES' RUN PROOF RAYONPANTIES 1st. FeatureCartoon
dged Seniors 26-19 after the latter .
T. H Slade Sr. Mrs. A. and Tuesday guests of Mr. : '
j. had led in the first half Ed- : NYLONS 2\-.
,
%;, Adkins, and Mrs. W. S. Slale: and Mrs. N. S. DankeL Mrs. Ef- ,ward and Edgar ,Akrtdge led the c V DressesCare "

; ahd<:\ her house' guests, :Mrs. J. H.-," fie Ballinger of Lake City was Prof.with 10 and 9 points, while ': I New Spring Shades

"' ani Mrs. Eli Tanner. Monday evening guest of the Dan-
.Jllhplland : 51 Guage 15 Denier
Powell the
I Biro scored 8 for t
f 'qf,.Etougfas.' Ga. spent Wednesday : kels. Seniors. Free Cottons Regular 49c Ft. Sizes 5 thru 10 Our Reg. 89c Pr. 1

I tn St. Augustine. While there they Mrs. J. D. Doyle is a medical : Keystone had a big fourth : AJoyToWear'V I

wtre luncheon guests at the Ponce I patient in Bradford Hos ,
County White and Pastel
(deLeon'Hotel I 5 quarter. against the Juniors .and With A aiinimum\ PR..00Clndeiellai
pital. {
3 | II
: ;won, 39-21. Johnny Prevatt and Of Care* .
>> !' ;;: \( .'.Chares:I IJess is a, medicalpatent ''Mrs. A. E. McKinney visited tRay' Renfro sank 11 and 10 for

(i .In-. .Bradford-- '. County, Hostii. Mrs. J. Millican in Palatka last j::Keystone. and Billy Anders was Jumors,11isses 4.r.1IRS.\ $1.00-: I ';i w MlEi
plt week. '
I high for the Juniors with S.. .': Of

_I ; .s Presbyterian was never'Jn contention ,i And Half Sizes V ) !r 8 ACADEUTJ

i: as Lawtey scored 1C pointsto : 4 AWARDS
I
their 3 in the first half, and / k .
b JlV
t basketful V
.' 'then coasted to a 37-16 win. ,
$6.98: Your Passport To
Johnny Bates and Tom Tatum
I '
in
f
t of prettycottons
had 16 and 8 points respectively 'yr I LeisureSPORT TV
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I
,
.
'
'j I
... ,. : { ;:.: for Lawtey, while Dean Acker's '
: :
7 high for Jsz
'. was Presbyterian.The .
I f Juniors and Profs tied .
were I

.,. ','' .... I: at the end of the. first two periods. Ladies Luxurious Nylon SHIRTS iJhi t

I .) '. :..'\<'--:.;'Zr ) l The Juniors went ahead*by one SLEEP WEAR

,' ,. .' 'ltf.:", .,; ;;. ,, I!point at the end of the third but Men's\ S M L r, 2nd. Feature

r I:couldnt cope with the Profs in Waltz Gowns and Baby Doll Reg. $2.98 !
.. ; :
.
:. ,' the last two minutes when, ,the Pajamas V VV ; J I

- i ,. latter soared ahead- to win 29-19. ..y'. i MAIgNI1AIt1'LI [

.':t ; I ,:'f: : I The Akridge brothers had 13 and : Qur .Regular. $2'00" 2r for $300MEN'S o:'; 's: IsIN

\ .' 2.98and f
"
'
: 6 points for the Profs while! John $3.98 .. 'V 5 t
; ,
., Pitts' 10 V V ,
1 was high for the Juniors. V
V ,
.. t,: 1: :: '. Presbyterian was again unableto SW.-V. ....

.1' ,'- ,r.-,' find the range as Kejstone NEW SPRING V' V ...

J ,,'.-. I ", .-.. : : ...\'.,,...!.:, ,, rolled over then 31-13 behind Girls'i :Triple Ron.Top Girls' 'Batiste' J \ UIiId
I.-
-. '' .. ,. --p....:. ;. I : ,
.'& rl.,.". Calvin OsteenV IS and Ray,Ren- Dress TrousersBy "
: .: :-if';;: I BOBBY SOCKS"MdrpuP '
r
iJ.: I > -.,.*t. lIlt ;!;T. :> fro's 11. Tom Hardin.'s -anc1Barry ,PANTIES 7i' 1Z :

Ga., i" '.-, ; '," ; .::: Van DeVenter's "4'each .were high "HUBBARD" 'Mercerized V A

.' .. .. '" '. ... ... I I for Famous for their Sizes 2 to 14White I' !
: '" ,' :_ the losing cause. fit and weara- Cotton White Sizes ONE'
"
-i I .g 1 I .
t "' r I I .The Seniors 1 led Lawtey 9-7 at bility. Blends of Dacron, Polyester 8'' W 10i/2 an4 PastelsI

..il:. fJ.n.. :.) f"! 1', ...:..' .4.4 y .,. .".: ,- I the end of the half, but Lawtey I with Rayon Comiso' or' wool. Our Regular 59cPn Regular 49c Pair. VV.. V A-$! Y a V\

.' .. .. ,, r started clicking: in the second Pleated or Plain Front Sizes ,29' J, V : Sizes tw imw

f1 l)) JMO.. I h:':;.\--I' .! .. "'.. half and' finished ahead 3015. to 42,- .Regular and shorts. ,2PA1R 781s 3 PAIR r Zoo
Tom Tatum had 15 and Barry I :
.,, .. -, I $4.98 to' $8:98. $2.98
s
.!1 ,-,' ; 'Bucholtz 11 for Lawtey. BilboPowell These features are pon.-.orrd [by']
up the Starke Lions Club for tbHr
scored 11 points tq lead ,
; : : V.
FASHION DRAMAAccessories
e .' : SPRING FASHION Sight Conservation Program'in4hkh '
1/
,.. ... "... ..., .., l the Seniors j. 7 to 14
I they have done M mwh for
.. ." Schedule for Wednesday. March Shoe O: Rams Jj $3.98
children who needed help and was
; j' .. .. A, I Featuring: .Slim toes; sleek ForT Spring and Easter
a' -:,- TS's V. upJa made possible through this pro*
i Presbyterian n1ors. 6:45: ; i : .
..,' .. .. : .. J\. ;. bows. In the; latest Spring : Featuring ,, : gram.
; : '"-*.".-;7 i : i.," Juniors vs Lawtey,! 8; Keystone, colors: White Bone, Sea- '. V ;fHAND .' ,
:
; New'Marsh Mallow
vs Profs. &OS., foam 7; V Calf :. .. .. Please buy a ticket and help tt"fm
"" ; # ; '
JVtH'oT: f "\ : Patent.Flat V t r-Sund W: complete this program which Is.

.t : ... :. ;' tiN: op; LI4ISLTH. I V BAGS.: :.:i: the very best of Uste. a very worthwhile raua to hjlp,
.TO WHOM IT MAY CO.NCERN V
Jngk; : : I V := A 1ittIe ft tke I &
Notice la hrreliy ffivem of intention I $2.98to$498 V : those who needs glasses and aren't
;
to apply to the 1961 Session of the Colors? : ..White1'V: able to purchase them. -
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3 : r.:; > ,. .Florida Le tsiatur. for' ;V V r
.. paMage '
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., Dress Heels Sea'foam and Lavender'V -- p 75c'
ADMISSION ADULTS
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'i 11 of an act authorizing' the il i : Dresden coBrs iadmuft '
Li Board of Ttust'ces' Bradford 1 & : hfOlbemost- CHILDREN 3.5c
$& 8L9& $2.98 C \
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,to
1* $ County Hoepital ('orp ration.top&f- u.-- .
I "f! ." ". .. .' ticipate. is tb* acquisition of a pre II" '_0", "...., .. ", ." '. 5 ., VT h 'ftwi" '.. .. :.. -- -- -- _:- V L. '
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... Jax Lawyer Is x ''SouthsidePTA !:I Adult_ Applicants_ I Additional' Funds ,have. risen '_marAedty'an: ; '' d that

: -\ Scheduled To Talk To Meet Tuesday j (Given March 6 health. departmenti'are being required -
Nis I, to pi'ovtte.. additional
many
To Woman's ePY. For Health/ Units
Club .
r The Southside Elementary PTA Request Deadline services' ," Dr: 'Sowder said..

Y will, meet at 7:30: p. m. :Tuesday ;"Fallure/tOvihcrease" monies for

Carlton Maddox prominent in the school cafetorium. Applicants ,for the State High Lacking Approval local'heaTtH',Un.if confirmed by

I lawyer of Jacksonville, will be School Equivalency Diploma I the Ielslaturt:: Kill
1 are ; 'result in reduction -
1 j. guest speaker at the regular meet- Jax ;,f requested to apply on or before At a recent meeing of the Flori of"'statelf; unds for most
Gladys MootyI ing of the Coliseum Site
I Senior
!'P 1 I Woman's Club March 6 fat" a testing series to da Association of County Health counties," the state. health officer
Wednesday afternoon
J 3:30: o'clock w be conducted the week of March Officers Association Dr. WilsonT. said. The total effect will prob-

I, in the club building Of Ice Show 13, Adult Education Director L- Sowder Florida State Health ably bthatVmpl6y"ec's of county

.. Mr. Maddox's subject will be 6 H. Gibson announced. ; Officer pointed out that the recommendation units will:not '$e.i' approved merit

:! Obscene"Obscene Literature and" Florida Holiday on Ice is back m Jack Complete details can be obtained for additional state 'system >salary' Increases iii the

UII I Literature Law. sonville for the first time in five i from his office Gibson funds for the operation of county i next biennium .nnle** ad Lttonal'iund9'.htade

l1.1 Li1 f t r, 1 I Mr. Maddox is first assistant years, with performances sche- said which is located in the USO health departments had not been 'available, .fcf this

jr ;;_ county solicitor of Duval County r.: duled through March 7 in the1}Building on North Clark Street. approved by the State Budget purpose by boards of county c com-

: ::1 J is a member of the JacksonvilleBar spectacular new Jacksonville Coli- .Applicants must be 20 years of Commission. missioner., or other local sources,

and Florida Bar Associations; seum. The Jacksonville engage- age and possess a satisfactory ."If the 1961 Legislature acceptsthe he'addl' :; ',i -

;: has a degree in law from the Uni- ment will be its only winter show- knowledge of American history Budget: Commission recommendation 1>.:r >- 'd.r \said this- poses a

:1. versity of Florida, has practiced ing anywhere in Florida. and government. this will be the third'su'cessive sertQ $'p.i rpblem.fqr> : administratorsof
i law in
} Jacksonville since 1954; is The 1961 Gibson also that, legislative budget to health
edition of the specta- : announced : bounty \ departments
: an able trial lawyer, and i is thoro- ., cular ice show features a cast of evening classes for adults will grant no increase in funds for since: their 'employees hive not

1\. ughly Obscene familiar Literature with the Florida 83 skating stars appearing: in 23 ,: continue through May, 1951, with L 'operation of local health units,", had' Salary "Increases'for morethi"na
1:1 Law and it's .
a .ir fast-paced acts. Dazzling costumes I* review courses in mathematics, Dr. Sowder said. >etr?--"7tais! would not only
\ application in Duval County. He history, sciences and English The state board had recommended i .
J are worn in new routines which. as i iindermin morale of present
.J.JJ is a partner in the law film of
include fantasy, ballet, comedy)II well as business subjects of typ- $5,000,000 for the next staffs but troiild seriously interfere -
Tanzler
,. and Maddox.: .. talk dancing, precision move- i iing* shorthand and bookkeeping biennium, an increase of $1,680- ,Ith recrjoiteient of new per-

Miss Della Rosenberg intro1 1 x ments, novelty, and championship ;1''being taught. Conversational 000 over the present appropriation. sonnelta-.fui.Vacancies, ," he added -

I 1 of Youth Conservation will j! ,A* --_.._-_.__.47., solo acts. II i {Spanish is also available to both 1 urging 'that 'these facts be
I ., duce
the
r i speaker. i\ McDavid-Green I'I Werner Muller, Germany's speed |('beginners and advanced students i Dr. Sowder said that. failure to brought-to the attention\ of county
Hostesses for the afternoon I
i are: increase state funds for local
and stilt-skating champion, makes Thursday evenings at the usa. commissioners.k
Mrs. N. S. Dankel, chairman, Mrs. Engagement ToldMr. | his American debut with the show Building. health departments will mean ,

t je't: ;;" 11:9 O. L Haynes, Jr., Mrs. Margaret I ;I this year, and the great Continen-i iI f' White adults utilize the facili-i I' that monies available: for these CUtD'IQF 1 T ANKS
'
Blankenship, Mrs. H H. Adams, j departments would be five Our heartfelt thanks Uo all who
and: Mrs. Arthur Fred Mc- i j tat: clowns Buddy and Baddy, re'turn (ties of the USO Building and I ;1 per I '
:1 ;;Grki
-' J J Pearce Mrs. Guy Sale. Mrs James I engagement of their daughter j time since 1956. adults have classes in RJE High j by the legislature in 1957. "1'hisis help,,in .'.6ur: recent sorrow.

ft Eyelynia Sweat Marries Ray E. Brown Blackshear I I Mrs. W. H. Graham .Carolyn, to Kenneth Leroy: Green, I'1 'The show will be seen nightly, I School. Home economics and I1! being done despite the fact that For beautiful service floral

J Heilbronn I Mrs. W. H. Nollman. Mrs. W. F. son of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Roy i J except Sunday, with matinees on i French are additional subjects for I Florida population has increased offerings, and other kindnesses

Baptist Church Ceremony Glenn, and Mrs. Douglas Hardy. ,Green, also of Brooker. : Saturday, March 4, at 1:30 p. m., Negro adults. by approximately a million persons we-..are' deeply griiefuL The Dela.

Miss \ Miss McDavid is a graduate of I and Sunday March 5, at 1:30 and A registration fee of $2.00 per t I during this period, that costs, Manning t family.. ,
Evelynla Sweat of Pensatola : 'bridegroom, wore light blue linen,! [ : '- .
I ; daughter of Mrs. Erma i I with white accessories, and a corsage Katherine Padgett i|:Pompano Beach High School, an d 5:30:; p. m. Children under 12 will course is assessed each student i'j I ---
I attended Georgia State College for be for the balance of the school ;
admitted for half
Knight of Heilbronn Springs, and of white carnations. Honored At j. i price at theI I Round Square'RbCk'N1lI
Women and Massey Business Col- 1:30::! show on March 4. term, Gibson said.
the late
Sweat E.I j
: ; Levey and Ray Reception HeldA 1 I
j, Brown Jr. of Macclenny, son of :, Get Acquainted Tea I lege. She is employed by the Tickets may be obtained from

Mi\ ': reception was held after the I 'Florida Parole Commission in I the Jacksonville Coliseum, 1145E. Sewer IssueExplained
yt,. and Mrs. Ray E. Brow.: Sr. of' The Dave : DANe!! I:
Sanderson were united in mare j!' ceremony at the home of Mr. and Paulk home on Crosby Gainesville. Adams St.Homecoming.

,
> lake was the setting for an Mr. Green is a graduate of :
riage on Saturday, Feb. 11. The 'i ic Mrs. Purvis Green of Heilbronn.
I old fashioned "meet-the family' :Bradford County High School. His
ceremony was performed at 6:30: The] bride's table was overlaidwith e ] Sunday Saturday Night -.High SpringsAMERICAN '
1} 1 tea on Sunday afternoon from : i employed by the Seaboard AirLine In last week's issue of The .

i Heilbronn o'clock in Baptist the evening Church, in with the ;'" a white cloth of weddingbell 2:30 to 4 o'clock for the descen- ;I!: Railroad. At Heilbronn Church I Telegraph is was stated thatStarke's \ LEGION:fHOME: F FIn

\ design, centered with a three- dents of the late Barney and :Lou i; The wedding will be an event Council voted to
Rev. Luther A. McGee, pastor, of- I City
McRae honoring Miss Katharine I of April 9 at 3 o'clock in the Everyone is invited I Person .
c ficating. tiered cake topped with a miniature Antioch -1;I cordially to install sewer and water lines for $i"

) I bride and Punchbowls Padgett, fiancee of Rudolph Sapp : Baptist Church in Lacrosse I attend Homecoming services on 15 new homes to be built in Saratoga '
i Baskets of white gladioli and groom. "
( ..... a McRae descendent. Hostesses A reception will follow at the I Sunday, March 5, at Heilbronn Heights by Demetree Build GLENN REEVES WJXT TV .Star
1. chrysanthemums, flanked by i t of'
Ik' i were placed at each end for this affair I
delightful
were : Missionary
'. j home: of the bride-elect's parents. Baptist Church. Sing ers.

for palms the, were candlelight used in decorating ceremony.1Family 'j 1!I the table. Mrs. Dave Paulk and daughters, i I ing will begin immediately afterSunday The Telegraph regrets that it And Decca Recording Artist.; iY.

Mrs. Hattie Nelson of Jacksonville Mrs. Vernon Reddish and Mrs. : Conserving Forests I School and continue until forgot to mention that :, i" .
I pews were marked with i i although MUSIC i CKAnd
i cut the cake, assisted by Mrs. Ervin Andrews. 1 p. m., when a basket dinner and the city is installing the lines De- by. SMILINI : J.r:"
s white ribbons. I ; .. .
ill ass Louise Raulerson, and the hosts, A pink color motif was achieved Was Topic At more singing will be enjoyed dui metree Builders 'is paying for the SWINGBILliY'S: ,
Marian Loadholtz, pianist, ,
; His '
Mr. and Mrs. Green. in arrangements of gladioliand Garden Club i ing the afternoon. Come and bring material at a cost of approximately ?
Meeting
oT Sanderson the tradi-
,
played azaleas placed at vantage your singers. 9.12 P. M. 'Everyone( Invited
After the reception the couple! $900. .
tional marches and other wedding :
points throughout the .
music during and preceding the I' left on a wedding trip to Tampa party I Don Champion talked! on Conservation I -- ._,- ,
rooms. A white cutwork cloth I
ceremony. and St. Petersburg. of forests at the Starke .
overlaid the tea table and pink I .
? :The bride was given in marriage The bride graduated from Callahan milk glass plates and compotes I Garden Club meeting Monday '' : .;", ::t...! ':I"55i ""'. .",
: High School in 1956 and evening in St. Mark's.. Parish j ...
1)f-her '
uncle, Elzie Raulerson, of I held
dainty sandwiches, cake ;
I
was later employed with Chem- House. 1
1' Starke. squares, and nuts. The I '
I pink milk Ii | v
Miss .
strand Dorothy Ross,
t Corporation in Pensacola. program
:
r|rank Taylor of Sanderson was .
glass bowl was surrounded ..
i by .
| \.. ,
chairman, introduced the ; "
i I Mr. Brown graduated from Taylor speaker,
Mr. Brown's best man, and ushers i pink azalea florets. i ",
'
r wWe High School'in 1952 and attended who is Farm Forester for Clay
"
Marcus Brown and thebridegroom's The.35 guests included Mrs. El-
M and Bradford Counties. :Mr. Champion
the
University of Florida until -
cousin, Edsel Load- don
Sapp mother of the bride-
entering the armed forces. He is showed the tools used by
holtz, both of Sanderson.
; groom.to-bt. Mrs. Tully Norman,
the State foresters and slides
now parts of the Ford
manager '
.. The bride had as her attendants mother of the bride-to-be, :Mrs
f i C: Mys.; Dorothy Franklin of Pensa- I Company in Macclenny. I Delia McRae, a great grandmo-I showing the growth, care and use
of the
pine forests of Bradford -
Among the out of town
guests
t co'la. matron of honor, and Miss they, and Mrs. Margie IcRae I
l II County.
Belfry of Pensacola, attending the wedding were Mrs. I Underhill
c Vaughan a great, great aunt, and !
M. T. Knight and daughters, Mr. Mrs., M.jrF. Hazen, president, _
bridesmaid. Mrs. Franklin wore host of other lcRae relatives I t ar. "":'f l
\ and Mrs.Fred Conners, Mr. and 'I" presided over the'meeting, and
blue chiffon, and Miss Vaughan I from Starke Jacksonville, ands "
: pink.r both made on identical !I I1t" ]Mrs. George Brown, Mr. and Mr I Raiford. Mrs.tional.M. H. Lang gave the devo- ;p' N J
_ Lesley Duggar Mrs. Mabry Futch, i The club voted to sponsor t
.
lines, with ballerina length skirt, : I
'and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Barnes a City beautification program
;. find a tulled circulet topped with all of Jacksonville. Mrand Gray Flynn, 6, I I and clean up week if the City fl ,
.
chiffon.
tailored bows of They vv
.. I council
t carried. matching bouquets of car Mrs. Henry Nelson of Jay', Mr.: Entertained With I will agree. Each member "- MnN '. sli.' 1' Lr.i
was given a list of the
Garden
and Mrs. Cecil Franklin and Miss

-I nations. Betty Vaughan of Pensacola, Miss !! Birthday Party I I'I Club library books.Refreshments .
of hand-
t jThe bride wore a gown .i
I .
Nettie Ruth Brown of St. Augustine were served by .. iItI
clipped Chantilly lace with long Mrs. George Flynn, Jr. enter-' hostesses :Mrs. ..
Mrs. J. E. Combs and Mr s. 'I :, : P. T. Nolin,
slgeves. The basque waist with George Raulerson of Mar Glenn} y' tained at a delightful 'birthday Mrs. Wayne Haines, and Mrs. Ed *
sequin sabrina neckline billowed I party last Saturday afternoon a:11;,I Prevatt.
I Mr. anj Mrs. E. E. Loadholtz, Mrs. '
into a bouffant skirt. Alternate : I her home on E. Call St. for her .
Orbie Raulerson Miss MarianLoadholtz | i'
tiers of pleated tulle rippled into : son, Gray, who was six years old. j J Brownlee
and Edsel Loadholtz.Mr. I i Circle
i the .chapel train. She carried abouquet The cowboy theme was carried

I of white rosebuds, center- and Mrs. Ray E. Brown and out in the refreshment table decI': I Has Program. On ". ..e'x, .
sons, Marcus and Marvin and 4"7vi'3 : fvr.
ed with white roses and attached orations. There was a cowboy i
Frank Taylor, all of Sanderson. ': Witnessing In Fla.
j 1 p
toUtreamers: of lilies of the valley print table cloth with matching!.i '. .

I Hex veil of imported illusion was paper cups and paper plates. The.'
Brownlee
Circle of the First
to regal crown of seed Woodman Circle To birtrday cake was with I< .. ..
t attached a I II. topped a'| j Baptist Church met Tuesday with ,:. :, > .
I miniature stage coach drawn by f f' : I'N. 1 ... .>,, Y 'L
I.pearls. Meet At Hutto Home I j ,
II Mrs. W. F. Glenn. Mrs. H. L. ...',.: '.. ; '";- 'f
horses. Mrs. : ... : ; .
mother of the I I Maxie r ',
,
Mrs. Knight, Carter Jr.' i| j Hough was co-hostess. The -':' '''.'',.fI "1 ":;-- 'r t!J
I bride, wore Navy blue rayon with j Members presided at the punch 'bowl. program '\ .r?: ,, :p
of the Woodman Circle i .' ;, '. .
: on "Witnessing in Florida" .'aYh WL. d.x7:a' S.ir :' f,2 a'f. .7 .l-. .i- .i. '
s
white accessories and a corsage ofwhite are asked to meet at the homeof Games were played and prizes j ';/I t ... "\ 1 if... ,
was presented o'i ..
Mrs. '
by E. W. < 4ir' v ..
I j' Hay- x i. .,11-, \,... : 7t_ _
awarded to Darlene .o. ',M '
carnations. Mrs. Lula Hobbs and : fL /rs. { % ", ,
Hutto ; '
J Minday nightat es, and Mrs. L. U. : Ht .f ,
Morgan \ ,
I sang ;, .J
Kim Groover. The 30 "' .: .. ....
youngstersalso ," "
mother of the 7.30 o'clock. I ,, : ,
Mrs. Brown : a solo on stewardship. Mrs. D. L. ''. 'iL" I
r received favors "
.. of comic Rigby joined the circle ", '. .
at this
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'.., I. .' _, .... __ "p" __ '..' -'. books. (I meeting. Twelve members were a II-new. .. ,Ii .-: .. t'...:j; ..
Assisting Mrs. Flynn were Mr s. present. .

Flynn, Sr.. Mrs. O. J. Phillips Jr., r.r yI

end Mrs. T. G. Ritch, Jr. '
WMOTORSI I Young Dale Johns :


Miss June Starling Celebrates BirthdayThe nip playtex

Honored At Shower ,
home of Mr. and Mis. Carl

I _- ) Mrs. Bill Blackburn and Mrs. Lamar, Johns on West Madison .

1 Street was the setting last Saturday "
Bobby Edwards entertained
at aj] .
afternoon for :% 'I' girdle i .
delightful bridal shower last Friday a party in honor L- __ d "

evening honoring Miss June of their son, Dale, who cele- J .

FRONT ENDALIGNMENT Starling of Lawtey.The versary.brated his eighth birthday anni- "" I 'pz, N ..rf.ettfroytu \-.._ ,

Blackburn home was attractive The dining room was decorated ; SirdIt'. '.-"..w'It"I; I
for the occasion
with I w
with balloons hanging from the 4/ Aevlr before r .
arrangements of white and pink "

camellias and with ceiling and the birthday cake ., .. ...,' .... ew'IOft.{ f ..
roses the same* .-- ,- ....,.. .. :.. _...
blossoms centering the refreshment centering the table, was decorated '. .' t.'..."';. : IWJ T.... '' ,. >. '1

-ifl table which carried out the with miniature cowboys. Dale's ,.. '{ ..W toftcocl2.t" .. ., : ':; .'

: white and pink color motif. I guests were entertained with .' .

The 15 guests enjoyed games and cartoon films and prizes : _

ON with prizes during the games par t ,'I were given during the after- '- t.1." aowl1on9wtf,l lr <1wc,=e.., '. ".

hours. y'noon.I. ..-- owoyf&ghnewfWt '!.. .,....; .. :



_______ I NEW JOHN BEAMVISUALINER honoree memento The hostesses with of the a negligee occasion.presented set as the sling I were Assisting refreshments Mrs. O.Dale's D. Bennett to mother the 12 and in guests serv Mrs' tI' .:>- "' ..-, 1.'._..c !new''bfrtpt tier .-! l t ; "'' > _.n.L..', _. .'..':' _::'-, ;,I.>..'

O. L. Abercrombie. Favors of bal '- .' ., cnInott : : '

loons and yo-yos were given each .. .... >........1... i'..>i ;iii..' new, ,1IW4p 1 __& T'"t,. .-w .
.. ,
Recent Birth I little guest t-b.' r 4. ,";i'';'_ .'. .'..,......'..;..+ -. .i". .".. ..I'efI""OJ" .,... f......,1.' .,.;...',,\, .r..f ...-.....,, ..,. ...,.,..,',,

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Bradford County Hospital announces 1 .' < .. -; iJew 6ofde+t ....._. ;,

the following births: Junior Women withftlgic-fiftgw ..t1 '-
;
:
: The Very Best Mr. and Mrs..Marion O. Crouchof : To Meet Friday \.," : < '. t i turrirn .... KA. ".SIN.J.\.,. ': J" t i

Melrose, a son Glen Wade,| .: .. '; -'

Feburary 24th. The Junior Club ,. 1\- tlewGord.ft.rf { .f
I. In Front End Mr Woman's will .. -, ps.cwI.. .,
_ and Mrs. Eflfio Coiana, Jr. .2 : rt'i.: i
meet March ... _
6 at 8 o'clock in the .
of Starke, a son Marco February I .,. '. :' .$J ... -. -' '
MachinesYour 25. |,club building with the P:eside t. ;'";,:. : :;..--:: ; '..- r"\.r J.-p''j.: ,tt s,. .
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.
E .
.
Mr. J i Mrs. John A. Torode -: .
and Mrs. Clarence William presiding. .- .,-.- .._. ;' : .. -t ij. :,

Thomas of Lawtey, a daughter; Miss Betty Jane Morgan program [! ... M,:, '.' .-1'1.:' '.t

Carolyn Stephanie. February 26. chairman, has announced ., -. ._ b-: '. ',. ..........t. >.. 'J, "
Mr. .
and Mrs. Bobby Gene Pad r -
,
.. .. :
that the -
program will be on "Tree .. : ,"
gett, of Maxville, a son February .. <, I: -" .. "'
..
I Authorized Ford 27.Mr. 'Conservation' and said that two. '.- """U'; :i' \

and Mrs. Joseph Bartis of representatives from Buckeye


i Dealer In Bradford County j I Florahome Doctor's a Hospital daughter.alU'ouncesthe' sent.Cellulose Hostesses Corporation will be Mrs.will be Barry pre A RK S D A L.Ei S


following birth: Mr. and Mrs. VanDeventer, Mrs. LeonardRegister +,r .. .-. : ,

James E. Starling of Starke a Mrs. James Chittjv id "
...' ., .... Starke, Florida J
daughter, Janna Eloise, Feb. 25. Mrs. Hal Hand. -,4'. jo: .. ; .' _,.. \J



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F\GE FOUR. BRADFORD COm\"TY TELEGR.\P STARKE, FLOnm.\ ...aa'-'a...wnm.m.tV. u.-.&, ."'u------.turn b.... li1\Il 111...
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J Four Way Tie Seen..In!iRec Dept. Sets .Mary Ellen Johnson, lives inf j 1'rangements :.were In charge I t Starke. i,I DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Hom-. ,
i r Farmer's :Diary J Midget Cage LeagueCourt Table Tennis TourneyThe Funeral services were held at ;'

10 a. m. Friday at the graveside CEMETERY WORKING
: i i By Sam McGarvtr Shoe Repair beat Local Starke Recreation Department :
:
\ Finance, 19-8 last : in Elzey Chapel Cemetery near |I There will be a working at Sapp
Saturday
morning :! announces a table tennis
I : Worthington Springs with Rev..1 j Cemetery near Raiford on Maxh
er we had. and with Register Gulf leading tournament with the first bund ,
I ,- Richard I* Lee pastor of Bethel) ';. Come prepared to work. 11sa I
Andrews
Drugs 22-18 in thelast of play scheduled for Monday,
Ali ( :
Baptist Church, officiating. Ar- Belle McCormick
Jobs Important Too Pruned the persimmon, pearand'plum quarter, it looked as if a March-20.'Competition will be held
K uaf trees and"; hope to. get f r jf. four-way tie for first place .'in singles and in doubles with .-
to*the-grapevines this t9eek. might result. But for the second awards to the finalistsin II
f- Going being made (
The action taken Bradford Education Associa- Men's Clothing ,
by County
111'11'III
i
I t to spray the plum Trees with a consecutive week, Andresrs came each. k ALVA.REZ' STORE il I
tion last week on to resolutions that before it for ;( Established 1894
came a
t i : fiuit-tree spray and see If we'can back from behind to tie the game Entrants, will be accepted start- ;1111
vote seemed to us somewhat illogical.In eliminate the pests which "sting" up.The ing Monday. March 6, with the f fr
one resolution, accorded a favorable vote, the group t each fruit and ruin it druggists were down two deadline\ set for 5:30 p. m. Wed- ,

protested the possible loss of a few thousand dollars in racetrack points as the buzzer sounded, but nesday, March 15. An entrancefee : 1957
funds and requested that any change in distributionof Beautiful warm weather this Got called down this week by a Ronnie Newman was fouled attempting S of 75 cents per event will be CADILLAC $1995

these funds be made to "favor the children of Bradford week plus some rain, gave the citrus expert who said we gave to get a shot off. With payable at the time of registeringfor I i i Full Power & Air Conditioned
County." berry crop a boost: and it won't be some bum advice on'how to banka I I I the game over, he stepped to the play. > |
lcng now before you'll see berry I foul line and, like old 1957 OLDS 98 !
tree. We told this person we an pro The recreation department is --s.-- $1095
A. second resolution endorsing Federal aid to education salesmen (!
lined
along the high- were sorry to give the wrong impression sank them both to send it into open each weekday from 2 to Full Power & Air Conditioned
"so long as control is retained the states"-a 1 I
by measure waj :i j for it is our convictionthat overtime. In the extra period 5:30 p. m., and from 9 a. m. till
that could mean much, much more to the children of Brad- ,; j we are just plain ignqrant I II Andrews got a lone goal but that 12 noon on Saturday. i 1959 FORD STA. WAGON $1295
ford County than a few thousands dollars of race track Looks like it will be around I'about most anything you :can was enough to win the game 26- .

money-was first adopted by a narrow margin, later reconsidered April 1 before the main part o!, ]mention, and we never give'.ad 25 as the Gulf team got only afoul Mrs. Edna Myers 44 1958 BUICK .
the tobacco - - $1295Full
because of the lack of a decisive majority favor- crop will be set out'I vice. But for one thing: we do shot.
Reason given by the growers isi'know] how to Local Finance couldn't generate Dies Tuesday Power & Air Conditioned
ing the issue, and finally referred to a committee of two grow dog fennel,,
that poor growing weather held I J;and we haven't too much furtherto an offensive as they fell for their
faculty members from each school in the county.It After. Brief IllnessMrs. i
back the plants, an>,1 it will be before second straight loss. Johnny West-i CHEVROLET AND
go we can starting sell I ROBERTS
is difficult to reconcile this seeming conflict in logic.It some time before they are big enough ing it for pulpwood. fall and Johnny Warren led Court' Edna Anderson livers, 44, i 1 OLDSMOBILE
is also difficult to understand's BEA's reluctance to en- to set out. Shoe Repair with 8 and 5 points, Green Cove Springs
of Starke, I
died Tuesday after a ph. 3033
dorse Federal aid to education "so long as control is retained Set out three magnolia? reew s while Dale Crosby had 4 for the brief illness. She was bom in'i iI -

by the states." Persons familiar with President Kennedy's Fiddle:! and Paddle, our ne J this week and we hope they losing cause. I, Jacksonville on May 11, 1916. :|

proposed bill must surely know that it is a genuine pieceof yuppies, are in disgrace. They catch on and: grow, for'"e know Greg Reddish's 15 and New 'Surviving are one son, Robert I,

"state's rights" legislation, in that wide authority, lati-i hewed up one of Alice's young I'I of no other tree we like 'better.I man's 7 points led the Andrews T. Anderson, Starke; six brothers, !' FAST EXPERT

tude, and discretion are left to the states in using the school i camellia bushes [ a Sara Frost]I We hear that one variety of the attack, with Wayne ilcLeod and and two sisters., One sister. Mrs. !
,.. ind if Alice could:! have caughthe t "bull" magnolia has leaves that Wayne Blankenship scoring 17 and 1 1I COURT
funds.As I little rascals we'd have had 1 G points for Register Gulf. I I
are blown underneath:
a matter of fact, the proposed:; school bill: I Standings I NEED HELP
'oast puppy dog for supper that
1. Gives the Federal government no authority to .I.Ii
use f: night. In tearing down some old build- W L -S-I-&I SHOE REPAIR
the funds to force the pace of school desegregation. eee ings and sheds here we've come i Andrews 3 1 WITH YOUR 1960 ,.

2. Permits the states to choose available funds entirely When newly-born, Sam wasarried across some mighty good lumber Court Shoe 2 2'INCOME TAX o
H for school construction if thev do not wish to use : downstairs upside down, Only trouble is it is heart wood Local Finance 2 2 I
.. them in 'part;to improve teachers' salaries. and he's been doing things thatway and you can drive a nail in it only Register Gulf 1 3 I RETURN ? ? ? 126 NORTH COURT ST.

<% 31': Permits 'no Fed e ral interference with the employment ever since. After having thebattery after fussing and fuming and Schedule for Saturday 9 a. m.: STARKE FLA.E. .
Court
= of teachers and no Federal control over the curriculum charged, he put it back in trying again and again. Shoe vs Register Gulf; Local SEE NEIL TUCKER
..... 'he tractor, and hooked the .. Finance vs Andrews Drugs A.
4.. Leaves to state authorities the distribution of Federal HALL, Owner & Mgr.\
tt aid to local school districts. round cable 'to the'negative pole With the warm weather this Cash paid for goon clean cotton I Public Bookkeeper

5. Provides that the states conduct the competitivexaminations Result was the generator didn't'harge week practically everybody 'hasthe rags. No Khaki or wooL 120 S. Court, StarkePh.
and Sam.waS about to replace planting fever and we'll bet Bring to While You Wait
Bradford
on the basis of which the Federal County Tele- or One Day Service
WO
governmentwould the voltage regulator, when that a lot .of kitchen gardens will sraph. 4-9854, WO 4-2345
grant collegiate scholarships. 'ie checked the tractor instructionwok I be planted soon. They say it i -
Federal aid to education is nothing "ultra-liberal." terninal i doesn't -. --.---- --- --- -,
new or and found the positive pay to raise your own '
It has roots dating'back to.the arch-conservative leadership) on the battery is supposed l vegetables and maybe it doesn't __ __ II ,"! _.. __...,..-_

of Republican Senator Robert A. Taft, who co-sponsored| o be grounded. i sometimes, but man alive when FLORIDA HENS orGROCERY
.
many years ago h bill designed to make possible a higher ee- :you get stuff right out of the gar-

minimum education for children in every state in the Saw a snake in the field the den it tastes GOOD. ,
national interest. he other day so from now on I FRYEESMY
It's matter cf keeping your eyesopen. You folks
Last Year an Eisenhower-supported education bill passed 'I who have your own
: Also saw a possum high- teeth had better take good cared
both houses of :Congress but could '
not
get to theVhite Jailing it off to the woods;, an: of them. Yes, we know that modern
House for signature because it blocked DID YOU KNOW THAT HIS WATCH, THAT REMINDS BARGAINS FOR I.CENTER
was by the House the way that varmint was scram dentistry is marvelous, and UNCLE HAS TAKEN HISSURE RADIO AND WE--(MY MOM ME TO GET AT 29C
Rules Committee group then composed largely of reactionary Wing it looked like a hungrydarky they can do wonders, but take it UP foPmN6 FOR A HIS_CAR'. 'IS WRlil OUT "
elements. of both parties. The hurdle of the, rules was chasing him. from Sam, it just isn't like having LIVING ? A LIST OF SUJEUL-- City tls-n U
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committee has now been partially overcome by theadditionof your own. Like the other day,'over MAS ME SOLDANYTHING Meat Market CUT
three new members to make it more responsive 1 i : to the The cows have come through!! at the nursery, he tried to get a ?
Democr ticJieadership Jn! Congress.The the :winter in pretty good shape?, ''diink of water from the gardene ',,
'bill *hlclt'*"'President according to Pete Reddish. H hose. Before he knew what had
Kennedy placed before the PORKCHOPS
Says his made out all right, considering : happened, he almost washed those :
Congress was drafted to meet least
at in
major part, the
: all the cool rainy weath- false teeth clean out of his mouth.
objections and the anxieties which many persons felt con-

cerning proposed Federal aid to education. He has plainly A---- lb.
told those who .fear that Federal control over schools wouldgo 59c

in hand ;with Federal aid that "Education must remaina
matter of state and local controls."

The program, as presented to Congress, is remarkably
free from Federal.strings. No matching grants are required SPARERIBS

from the states, and no formula for qualification other than I BOLOGNA L BEEf F LIVER E

need. Certain
safeguards are written into the formula, i .
however, to' prevent states from using Federal aid as a' .i r For B -n.Q

means of reducing their own efforts in behalf of education.

That is as It should be. By G. T. IiugginsCounty lb. 49c lb. 33c lb. 39c
On the
controversial issue of whether Federal funds

should be used for teachers' salaries, the bill doe not state : Agent

they should be: it simply makes the funds available for

construction and (or) teachers' salaries, leaving the decision -I i Several weeks have passed since Jabor troubles, we will do some DAISY CHEESE WHITE BACON ROUND STEAKlb.
to the states. our last column of notes and information '"farming.

There is more support in Congress this year for Federalaid in the interest of Brad-I One of our good men attending

to,education than ever before. With the endorsementof ford County Agriculture. a courthouse hearing recently.

such groups as BEA, that support might be strengthenedand three program of interest now are: ,I Stated that agriculture was drying 49c lb. 29c lb. 69cCHUCK
consolidated. 1. BRADFORD LABOR COOP -, up. Well, with our program

We feel no hesitancy in stating that we favor Federalaid This really is a program of developing now I challenge that

to education on these terms, just as we have favored interest cou ty-wide. The need statement and say that we are
was discussed last September at a soon going to turn the irrigationon.
and editorially supported other programs to meet the needs Farm Bureau Board of Directors We are going to see crops like STEAK Ib 49'
of our .schools from time to time, including bond issues dat- meeting. A committee met .with pepper, cucumbers and beans -
ing back to the one in 1913 that financed construction of the Chamber of Commerce Board come back all over the county

Bradford High School on its present site. We will continue and they also accepted the. challenging So, instead of drying up we are

to support others in the future, if proved necessary. need and pledgeu their on the threshold of an agricultural : ARMOURS TENDERIZED

Returning now to the first resolution voted upon by support. come-back in Bradford County -
BEA: this action was taken following the request of a RESULTS labor camp pass- CHUCK ROAST ENPORK
ing county and state board of
Chamber of Commerce committee for the formation of a fiirewberry' Growers Meeting CHOPS. JAMS
health requirements is for
Bradford County Development ready picking time :is just around the
Authority financed by
Delation. You will be hearing
:corner. With normal weather
$15,000 of the county's racetrack funds. The $15,000 asked more about it as action"takes, holding on, we will see a straw Ib.

for by the committee is now going to the Bradford County place. 6erry ,sale ,at our market before 39c lb. 39c lb.
Hospital. In view of Diverting these funds from the hospital 2. PLASTIC MULCHING-Five March 10. 49c

thcftoitfhutfee .thought expedient' to revert to the t 50- small field demonstrations-during 'A grower, meeting is scheduled

50 division. ot fa'ca t 'a ck'.fands between the County Com- the 1959-60 strawberry .xsrdp hare for Friday night Marc 3. It will]
missioan' tJt 'Sch601 Boardratherthan the 60-40 grown to .over 50 'acres of strawberries be at 7:30: in the courthouse. Al

((1n favor of the School Board) which was granted by split the with plastic mulching\ ,this I 1:I growers are urged to attend. We PEPSI COLA 6 BOTTLE CARTON!
season. They all look mighty
Commission in 1957 for a two-yearperiod and which has already I'happening I Plus 33ci
Deposit And Tax
good now. A few .berries were picked and practices important to us during -
run one year longer than the Qri final agreement. It off the plastic and sent to the I' i this season.

was recommended that this per cent be given back to the inauguration in Tallahassee in I ALL FRESH U. S. N0.1

Commission BO jt-would.,be.in. position. to come -to the aid January. :|, I ,

of the hospitalif...: .and ,when needed. ,at tar the loss of its The plastic land labor program : BANANAS CABBAGE
$15,000. kind woi'k.to ether. The use of GREENS POTATOES

There are those in..the community! who, while! recognizing : lajitic Brought. 'on the need for
the importance bf'our schools, consider it also in favorof extra labor.'tfow with the success
the children of Bradford County to have of the labor'program in sight,I i I lb. 1 Oc lb.
jobs 4c
waiting strawberry ,acreage will be double bunch I' Ibs.
for them when the schools finish educating them That is -better next year and nost of'I j' 19c Id 39c

the purpose of the Development authority. the acreage ought to be with I ___ ___ _
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I "We eliminate the middleman's: / ", CREASp'tVe; hd the greatesacreage t t STEAK BUSH BLUE RIBBON :
profit "
.'of :turnips, mustard and Have A Snack While You Shop MILLERS

collards this winter that \1 e have
One Quart r' With Each had.::in 8 years, I know. Growerexpressed' I TOMATOES' STAR .
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E interest a steady increased NOT 'BEERZ R
or Gallon 't: :,096'yea buy. 1 O: t volume of winter greens EASIEST SAFEST t l DOIS 5C


Prices Start-"" sat $2.qt.;, .J5.98.Gal., Next if ages harvest can fall \\inter-Iabor be labor solved.could be secured.short-- WAY TO INSURE I Jbs. .2Sc PEPSI, COLA - 5c: 6 for $$1 49

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4, MORE USE OF PLASTIC _
MARY CARTER 'PAINT +STORE This time it is lear plastic and assures Our Comprehensive you a complete plan insurance _, .. -.- --_-; Plus TaxTHESE .

501 N.W. 8th Ave. Gainesville is' used as full and continuous
Fla. FR 67588THEBRADFORD program at LOW.' ,
over for tobacco plant beds. We EST COST. Just ONE
have 9 or 10 beds under plastic
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agent. ONE premium date,. PRICES
and here again at this time they: and ONE monthly bill _
are working fine. In another'year J:
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,. COUNTY TELEGRAPH )l' two I believe all tobacco plant ; CALL US TODAYtCHARLEY CASH ONLY : ; WE STOCK COMPLETE UN'c OF ROCERIES '
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growers will ,use plastic covers. I 1
EST. U'lt &.. FORECAST With some ofhat FRI., .& SAT. -
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l FLORIDA' OLDEST! WKRKLT NKWS- these things that we are talking L i s :
f\Vr.a rrBLMHKD CO!\TINOVMLt about there are indications: t OPEN; 7 DAYS A WEEK' Ats

...'", t11'tV"H ,THE !SAME! U.t BTHCdO.praltt.iegICaeITl some of our part-time farmers .
..ta.d, E.tre4 a.Ieebd CUM I JOHI 7 A.M.'TO -9 P.M.
MattelrU will begin
t0.really farm :again. I $ 'GENCII'
tb. Pad OtflN' i'Uk. .
;;"t.r.. t at .. 4'M aa1er ltt.t Kars I 18n"" < ) have heard.lo Cs of growers say PRICES GOOD FRO THURSDAY THROUGH MONDAY NIGHT

.'1" ; .., -a ". .- -1.'... .Ji-; "it.we. << can1'getrSQme.filie!biro .: W04-0121 OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 7 AAl. TO 9 PJU. ,
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,Homesteaders | ,, A;. r. M v'" residue early you conserve e moisture -; Soi: Conservation District.. "In on muriate early: and I turning uri-
1!'BRADFORD(j HIGH DCT i increase: infiltration i reduce1; other vrbi'2s don't bum your cropland der a good: co ei crop I w 011 l set:
Not Returns : soil losses arid improve. soil tilth. : ," says Sam. .
) fi/ing ,- : my trees on tu a y ud s.ai\ lI
Utilizing plant residues left in the'
I = '_ The District's fertilizer distributor -
K presents year." Donahue used the Dreaderi
cultivated fields '
,, :; by incorporating ; was used by Bill Dukes andD. I
Tax Assessor Gene Long said ,- :.. t. them into the. soil or leaving them; H. Crawford. Bill.is putting out j i i i 1 to put out. phosphate: on his pas-

yesterday that approximately 500 x r e on.the surface during critical per- Muriate of Potash on his pecan j igrove. j lure lanj. The use of phnsphat
persons who received homestead :>tfk iods is one of, the most important He' said "Pecan trees need i iplen'.y i till improve my pasture land says

exemption for 1960 have not yet ,conservation;; ** practice_< -!.. ..in..,*.*Bradford. -.*,-. .., of. potash So. by putting i I i Crawford. .. ., ;;, .. .
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1961. "if the exemption is desired > z 17r
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it must be returned before .. 5.w s
April 1," Long said. I!I > 1.

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BQwling'League :

All Tied Up :i f_ ..- k. Ii

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went bacK into a te lor
first place mUle *-3' ttowuiis

League as they roiled over the ,.., '___ .-._ -_ .__ .., ._ -_- _.' ,_. '_' __u_,._. u,_'* _.__
Jaycees and isoege J Auto iSduu
( in matches last week. Dean BlackwellBarksdale's !

Harold Davis bowled a 226 for I I i
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.night's high game while \'{ >. rI
Townsend ;:
Strickland lollowing )1.tj. .t I
right behind with a 221. 'Jn y ie- ?' 1i : -I \ .,
versed j: for the high three gomes''' 4 1 Iv -

honors, with Strickland having a I I Macel Pauley Starke Builders Supply v
..: total of! 574 and Davis a 520. t.ab by ,
Standings at, present: Blanding'' ,'

i Hurricanes and Blanding Torna- II Cr'II ct! Special Offer For Students
does ((1)); Noegel's Auto Sales

((2)); Jaycees ((3 H); Gem Jewelry ?_ I

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7:, Hurricanes vs Nocgels; Gem ., ,. Famous
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III II (I ,r. la x ty Experience! ( The Best Teacher! R g.25c Composition Books YI 20c each :'

THE AT*. __ --__;t r b_ ;
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,..-.STARKE. I Eugene Brewer Starke Elementary School Stand I,

SUNMON. TUES. I The Diversified Cooperative, equal to on-the-job training. four hours of on-the-job training, many of them continue with an
MARCH -5-6-7 Training program '(popularly DCT is a program' designed to during the afternoon in a socially education that might otherwisebe
CALTIKIStarflag I known as OCT) offers a practical give worthy students a vocational acceptable vocation. impossible. i, SEE IT! TRY IT!
approach to broadening the opportunities This is one of a series of articles
: John Merivafc and Dldl i for education at the same time they Through this program, businessmen published in an effort to createa
high school youth. '
I Sullivan. I school are receiving their academic ed- of the community are helping better understanding in the
The plant, as such, cannot .1i
h ( ELMS PRESLEY As A S\\ingln'l I ucation. The DCT student's school directly with the training of community of the DCT program .
G. I. JOE! I I possibly provide equipment for I day is divided into four hours of employable youth, and the -students and the training agencies that .
G. I I. BLUESCo real experience in all vocations' study in the morning and at. least I are .earning wages that help make it possible. I '
NEWEST
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-stairing: Juliet Prowse. Mayor's CourtStarke resident: he said, have been ne-':: feited bond of '$27.50. '
I Plus Color Cartoon glecting to do this. !!| Rosa Thomas Byrd, reckless: : ;

Police last week cracked Fifteen other cases were also I,!;I driving, forfeited bond ef $37. iO.I .r FASTEST
WED.-THURS., aiARCH{ 8-9 down on three teen-ag-. drag,disposed of in Mayor's Court Willie: Banks, Negro, public in-' i tea,
WALK TALL racers caught .on the Edward's 'Monday by Mayor W. T. I Billy] 'toxication forfeited bond of $27.- I
i. I Road southwest 50. : '
of Starke. Jackson: :: PORTABLE
Starring: Willard Parker. C Iii .
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The three Virgie Harris Slade' Henry Mays Negro public intoxication Earl Desue, Negro, unlawful iI I _
!! The Revenge Of Willie Randolph Hodges and John forfeited bond. of ,speed forfeited bond of $27.50. Soil Conservation i 4 AINTHE

FRANKENSTEINStarring Selwyn Dortch all posted bonds $27.50. ,I I Clarence Lafayette Harper, re-, TYPEWRITER
:.Peter of $27.50 which they forfeited Katz' Williams, running red misting arrest fined $27.50. N-E-W-S !
Cushing and Eunice ; I
1 ( Gayso.: I when they failed to appear in flight,: forfeited bond of 1250. i I III i I Calvin Whitfield Negro case i iI
Plus Color Cartoon Mayor's Court Monday. II Damon Whitaker driving with- '. postponed until March 13. I By Bill Haas 1 L _
I Police Chief Riley Sweat, serving out license; forfeited :bond of I II' i Hilton Lee Ellis, Negro, indecent I| Soil Conservation Ser vice : rwJ
H $27.50. I I 1 forfeited bond of
FRL-SAT., MARCH 10-11 warning on all other hot rod I' exposure Ccmplete soil anj water conservation y
Jphn Your. Negro eckless ,. $27.50.Ethel. I Ii WORLD! J,
ders said the road is being i farm f
WALT now
S DISNEY'S: plans were deliver: r J
driving{ by weaving on road, sen- i f\.
Ellis Negro public intoxication ,
I patroled in a crack down on the ed to H. T. Hannagan. Emery
r TONKA tented to a fine of $37.50 or to '
racers.,The chief 'said his department ,, and profane language Johns Pete G. Fjelos, and LL. *
Starring: Sail l\ neG. has received many complaints seven days: in jail. I j fined $37.50 or sentenced to seven I f j:Norman. 'j i r

t My, Dog Buddy from residents aboutspeeders driving George by Griffin weaving, Negro on road., leckless sen days in jail. ?. | We were standing on Norman's.front I,

Starring: London Famous Dog. racing past their home tenced to a fine of $37-50; or to Jack Smith Negro, unlawful. parch when,he pointed to a I i
Travis The chief also cautioned citizens speed forfeited bond of $27.50.: field '
Star Lemmond. across the road and faid. "I 1
seven days in jail. ; .
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Plus II off' starke,, about stopoing at Francis Bailey Negro, public; turned that field
.. Color. Cartoon Johnny Claude Roberson 'unlawful early so ,1.: don't !
: all-stop, signs_. in the. city,_Many, speed five intoxication forfeited bond of>; think I will have any trouble with i!,
1 _. '- days or a fine '
of $27.50. 1)I.$27.50. j]i the trash'when I cutllvate." I

Whitehcad, Bros; Ernest Smith Negro public.in- :I By the turning under of cropWILLIAMS I EASYI :

toxication. fined ,$52.50 or 10 days I. Singing Convention ---: -- ::=..
In' jail. I,! To Meet ----- TERMS

Model/ Home"THE Waiczel Lorenza Hines Negro,i

public intoxication forfeited bond' The Bradford-Union Singing : YEARS AHEAD FROM \
of $27.50. Convention wiH meet Sunday.R j,
BRISTOL"WILL Gerald Earl Wright runningred March 4, at the Heilbronn Baptist, JEWELRYWATCHES ANY ANGLE
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liglit.forfeited bond of $12.50. Church Homecoming service. ; 1 .
BE Alvin Jones _Negro public intoxication 'Singing will start at'11 a.. m. Din-
,-fined. $5230 or sentenced ner.will be served at 'noon. All interested -I DIAMONDSREPAIRS a. IN STYLE..SPEED..SPIRIT
-OPEN FOR' to 10 days iri.Jail I persons are.invited to at-

INSPECTION Lawrence Covington. Negro' tend.Slimmaster'. AD Work Guaranteed Here's a portable Brats ALL NEW Inside
public intoxication, sentenced to' .1 I
I Sunday Mar. 5 2 Until 6 P. M.. five, days in jail or a fine of Class A. C. Williams I and out! Galaxie gives better typing with I less
$27.50. effort than ever before. Trace its modern lines.
,' BESSENT ROAD 2 BLOCKS FROM Robert Fred James, running) To Have First'Meeting j i 142 W. Cafl St. J Try its, responsive touch. You'll see why the
BRADFORD COUNTY HOSPITAL stop sign forfeited bond! of_$12.50. Starke, Fla. Smith-Corona Galaxie is
everything -you ever
., The Slimnastics ,
Russell Thomas,,failure to yield Class sponsored -, -
"The' Bristol" has 3 bed rooms and' 2 full light of way and causing an accident by the Starke Recreation "' ; wanted in a portable.

: Tile Baths. fined $37.50; sentence Department will have its first +,'F
,Masonry Construction with suspended and: put on 60 day' pro- meeting tonight (Thursday) at'I'l lI _' tithj! '
Red'Wood Trim. bation. : 7:30 in the usa :the class will I Radio-TV RepairNEEL FREE ; jc
Eddie Fairfax. Negro reckless not last more than'one hour, aeveryone nd : from SmitH-Coroqtii. .
$: 6-FT. SLIDING GLASS DOOR OPENS TO driving sentenced to 20 days in interested, is invited to' t I1 t with every Smith-Corona. portable.: A

'PATIO jail or a fine, of $102.50. attend. .Mrs,_. Carolyn Dyal and .-,rs complete touch typing courw i i. .w on*
Mrs Adele Mitchells-will instructthe J JI I records! .
MOBILE '
t ., '.* FINEST BIRCH CABINETS An even dozen cases' were diSposed group. I, RADIO ,' $23" 95 VA1U' i::; .J.i '

l of by Mayor .W. T. (Billy) 1 .*.. .., TEMPLE ? i .
& 'RADIO'AND: I.NTER.CO. 1. IN EVERY ROOM I Jackson in Mayor's' Court Monday -t! FIRST METHODIST.J' CHUBCHj # ; 234 N. AVI I a J",.;t .

f ',a"8' LARGE CLOSETS in 'a .routine session. I j MELROSE j I: (located in North Florida 1 J .
B. Gundeicon,
f Kay running red Sunday 9:45 a. m., Church j : Supply Co. store
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,. 0' 9 FT. WIDE DRIVEWAY light,, fined 1250.! ., / :School for all ages. 11 a.. m.,'I
Clinton Hill Jr, Negro driving I Morning Worship. 6:30 p. m.."i Phone WO 45521If

Drive, out 'Sunday and inspect this New without$27.50.Clinton, license. forfeited bond of I Youth Fellowship. j, a no answer call Bradford nty T legr ph
Wfitehead Bros. Home. Wednesday 7:30: P. m.Bible i]I
....':t ....., r ,- . Hill. Negro, allowing!Study and Prayer Meeting. I WO 4-2113
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p Mrs. Leila Donnelly I Services'Held ForI I I "Can-Can" To Show


-_ Dies In Home Tues. '! I,I A t Florida Theatre
p' % ___ Joseph Weitz/ Sr.

L Mrs. Lelia 1 "Can-Can" daring song-and-
Sapp Donnelly, 82. Funeral services for Paul Jo-

of Starke wiow of th!? late Louis' I dance extravaganza starring
seph Weitz Sr., M, of Lake Ge- :j
I- Donnelly, died at her home Tues- i Frank Sinatra and:! Shlrle Mac-
I j I neva, were held at 4 p. m. Monday -'i
Q : .T L Ii' day morning after a long illness. i ii in Jones Memorial Chapel : Laine will play at the Florida
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i i I Mrs. Donnelly, born May J, 1878 with ReBarr)' D. VanDeventer I

____ at Callahan, had been a resident! officiating. I I Tuesday.
Set in the lavish Paris cf 1896
of Bradford County since 1916. :Mr. Weitz died as a result of injuries -
"Can-Can" revolves around Imaginary
an -
Her parents, were the late James received in an automobile
French law which forbids
and Margaret Geiger S3P accident Wednesday, Feb. 22 on
performances of the dazzling
Surviving are two daughters, State Road 100 west of Keystone ,
dance the grounds thai it is
on
'.Mrs. Eldry W. Glisson ar! Mrs. Heights. He was born in PiUs- '

& 'bik LIJ1 I !! Charley B. Johns, and one son burgh, Pa., May 5, 1906, and was ;. lewd. Defying this rule peppery
Miss MacLaine and her dancing!
: -I c James F. Donnelly, all of Starke, retired from the U. S. Navy as a !: :
partner, the rising new Juliet
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and five grandchildren and four
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great grandchildren. Surviving are two daughters,
Minstrel Fun For All Entire Cast Joins in Grand Finale Miss Janet Weitz and Mrs. Evelyn !i careers under the approving eyes
Rotary --- I Funeral services were scheduled of Sinatra.
: ___m _m_ ____ __ to Richardson, both of Norfolk, Va.; I Lawyer
I be held at the graveside in
,, When two judges [ILoula! Jour-
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one son, Paul J. Weitz Jr., stationed -
: The Cast! Kingsley Lake Cemetery at 2 p. ;i dan and Maurice Chevalier attempt -
Including -- '. t" I' with the U S. Navy at'
m. today, with Rev. Lacy Conway, to stop these sinful exhibi-
i Chisa Lake Calif:
: and three sisters -
The moot question abcut minstrels 'ano-and-patter number by Jim pastor of the Airpark Baptist 'j Mrs. Stella Berger of Erie, tions by arresting the can-can
Church officiating. Burial followed !
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is: who has the most fun- Ritch, the "Old Sow Song" by I in the family plot the i ij <| Pa., and Mrs. Betty Myer and dancers, the dignified Jourdan
under falls in love with Miss MacLaine
Gene Matthews, quartette favor- '! Nellie Ewer, both of Milwaukee, ,'
the audience, or the performers? direction of DeWitt C. Jones II 'and chaos .
ites, and a soft shoe shuffle by ,, i Wis., ensues.Social
Last Saturday night it would Funeral Home of Starke. "
Frank I
Barker. 'wwtt II He was a member of the Lutheran -
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have taken a Gallup poll to determine I In the olio [after part], Nat !i i Church. I SecurityA

the answer as the largest Sternberg of Daytona Beach, for- NOTICE I After services here, the body I representatire of the Gainesville -

rowd yet seen in the new BHS merly of Starke, gave his nilarious : I !will not be responsible for any was sent to Washington, D. C., Social Security Office 'will '!be

auditorium gathered for Starke I I version of a parson-of-color: delivering debts made by anyone other than :' for burial in Arlington National at the courthouse in Starke from

Rotary Club's Showboat Minstrel. his Sunaay sermon and ..- '--A. -" "'........ "-. '- ._,.. "-',...- -, myself.-J. S. Tomlinson. Dated Cemetery. DeWitt C. Jones Funeral -, 9:30: a. m. on Thursday, March

Performers were in fine fettle,: announcements] to a faithful con- Feb. 26, 1961. 3tp 3/9 J: Home was in charge of ar I 9, for the purpose of conductingsocial

fcnd the responsive crowd was I gregation. Joe Daurer of Keystone Quartette: Mathews, Ritch, Canova, Williams.- \ rangements. security business.

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liberal with its laughs as end men Heights enthralled the youngsters, --

://cracked their jokes and featured and oldsters too, with a clever ,

performers gave' forth with ventriloquist routine featuring I II I
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Specialty numbers. "Joey O'Toole." Joined by his MrtuNtil Iffil5c;

Buddy [Rastusl Bishop, Bill wife Rosemary, Daurer also gavea :
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'Bones) Graham, Al {Sambo mad-cap: pantomime of "Ten- j jr
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Crosby, J nius [Rabbit Smith nessee Waltz" as played by Spike per wordIf

;Jack [Monroe] Track and Jones and his orchestra. A twirlIng tI not paid in advance ...______________ 1.00 yards of Thanks, up to 50\ words __:-.- %.M
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Prank [Willie] Barker led interlocutor dance routine by Cookie Mat- ---' Keyed or Blind Ads ---------_________.... 1.60 Over 50 words __..______________ 5c per word

Clyde Terwillegar a merry hews, Kay Hart, and: Kay Christ- Each additional word over 20 .._______ 65 Display ads in Classified .?__ 1.50: per Inch

chase with their rustic repartee mas was also featured in the olio. ,' ; -

spiked with the traditional end- The' minstrel was directed: by FOR RENT 6 room, unfurnished FOR RENT One store building, OUT OF TOWN 6WXEB
,. house Redecorated.-Contact Gladys i 1 furnish Apt. and one small unfurnished Ml'ST! SELLlt
men jokes. Elden Mathews. Musical numberswere 1-r Harrington, 337 N. Walnut St. Itp"FritMSHED
I : I house at 321 Temple. phone 2 BEDROOM HOME with one acre
Speciality numbers included a accompanied by Charlene I 11 WO 9-29S1. tfchg lot. Carport & utility room. Newly

bit of trombone jive by Elden Hardy at the piano, and Mike LgIT HOIKFA FOR APARTMENT SALE FARM finished tf,500i and Low partially Down Parmcat furnished

,Mathews. a self-accompan'ed pi- Hitchock on the drums. _IIk Six apartment, 21 room. S I: Equipment For Will consider a trailer lit trade.
bnthx. Two block* from P. O. 2
ml. north on 301
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f" 111## .. __ Cherry. owner J. R. Plowing road beyond
WI i Farmers
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Home Demonstration Tfehb -
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/ FOR SALE Bed springs, inter- : Equipment For Every Job This very modern 2 bath all tiled
:, Notes spring mattress, draperies, gas I home with hardwood "floors and
: LlL ranges, heaters tables, electric tools. i Superior Tractor Co. I double compartment sink and wall
.. byDOROTHY In perfect condition. Below whole. heater tastefully and completely
e.q ." I
4% sale cost for cash Also 5353 W. Beaver JacksonvilleFor
1 only. pedigree I furnished. Paved street and city
: fj1 : ROSS -- long hair Chihuahua. Breeding I utilities. All for $14,755.00. f3S90.00

:1 4. S .'.- I Rome Demonstration Agent I End Men Graham and Bishop The Daurers Ham It Up Mr stock.. LeT-Ierc A. K. C.Prown registered., Rt 1 Sacrifice.Box 361, furnished Rent 3 cottage.room and Available bath nicely Ft'b.I- I down month. payment, balance $75.80 a
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i Kingsley Lake. Itp 1. Phone WO 4-2261 Margaret Howard i I ., "
Cherry Pies & Hatchets with a dull knife. Bake on a bak Representative, showed the Starke \[Fun and play the 4-H way will be I Science-Fiction Epic j' tfchg Or These

In keeping with George Washing' sheet. Senior girls some uses of the waf- the order of the day at the usa SINGER SEWIXG MACHINE CO. I I I: Perfect 3 bed"room home, central
Doming:= To Park SALES AND SERVICE FOR SALE Propane gas tank j j i heat, hardwood floors,. tile bath,
ington's birthday, Mrs. H. B. :' Mrs. Mitchell says the same 1 :le iron, the fry pan, and the in Starke. The program begins at Sewing machines, Vacuum cleanersand I, with regulator, 115 gal capacity. paved street and citj utilities. Price

Mitchell served refreshments of :j idea can be used for favors for ;, saucepan. 10 a. m. anj will end: around 2 p. I Floor polishers. We service all''! land Excellent condition. $65. J. T. 1\lrk-1: M3.4J5.00.: ; JJ.200.00 down, balance
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"Caltiki, the Immortal Monster make sewing machines. FREE PICK X. St. Clair St. 173.22 per mouth. ;
individual cherry pies and hatchets 1 other special occasions. She served creamed tuna fish m. I 1'? AND DELIVERY. Write 402 X. phone WO 9-2134. 2tp 3-9

at her Home Demostration i i Small Electrical Appliances i over cornbread which was baked a science-fiction epic radiating Marion St. Lake City Fla. Phone I Three bed room masonry house,
There will be contest to
I a pick horror and shock will play 880. tf/-hg FOR SALE Chihauhaii puppy See:,. tiled bath, paved street city utili
Club meettne recently. II There are so many uses for in the waffle iron. She used the out those dressed more liie the at the Park Theatre Sunday, j One Eunice at Fla. Reptile Land, ties. Price 110,557.98. |I.S82.S7. balance -

This is the she made the small electric kitchen appliances saucepan for cooking the tuna. Country Lit Ing Highland itp I. $56.71 per month.
way Gay 90 period, relays, grand
iiioruay and Tuesday. 5 or 6 acres of land *, mile from ;
hatchets: Roll pie dough out I that they should never lie idle for Saucepans or deep fat fryers canoe march and other games. Coming from the mind of a I paved road, 3 miles 4 of Starke. HOME FOR S.-\I.E-By owner. 7 I Brand nf'1 J tiled baths, :3 bedrooms

slightly thicker than for pie. I very long. used as well as for stews and Large two bed room frame house! I II room bungalow on ('ornel l lot. Car- masonry, paved street, everymodf'rn
a Parents are cordially invited. science researcher Dr. Phillip port and utility
with glassed in porch. Every l'onve-j room. Near tennis convenience. Price 113,400.00
Place a cardboard hatchet pattern Mrs. Alice Jones Florida Power vegetables. She baked a pineapple Just, the story of "Caltiki, the im- j I nience with large living, dining and court and play grounds. 431 Center V. A. or conventional financing.

on the dough and cut around: it' &; Light Company Home Service upside down cake in the fry pan. mortal monster" depicts effects of''I kitchen each separate. Nicely fin- I ct." Phone"" WO 4-:1:151.: : l MMBW tfchg* I A: J. Thomas, Realtor
District
Inched -
The cake CagersIn pine flnors. Just the place
was exceptioniJy light
jI '! radiation on a bit of primordial i that nine out of 10 prospects want. FOR SALE: 3 bedroom, 1 1-2 bath, I New I B. JR. Home
Because it steamed in the fry |I I'I living, dining room, and den,. 919 N.
pan. Here | Well it is yours for $J>.OOO.OOr( You ma-: Thompson St.
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Tourney protnolasri' which grows into a'' make the arrangements'and we'll sonryh- u.'e on large corner lut : For Sale with email' dowp payment.
Miss Jones showed the Lawtey with extra building lot See by Monthly payments to suit
monster to doom the world. f-ell you the place | you or
?irls the value of the fry pan in [Continued from Page One) A. J, Thomas, Realtor i polntTrent 'all WO 4-4531 2trhe ap-I w:ill trada fi>r your property in townor
i No less effective are the human -- -- i out, acreage, lots or Lake pro-
nelting chocolate instead of using I FEMALE HELP WANTED housewives FOR SALE perty. Will tike boat outfit or smallcar
iierwillega members of the cast headed : -
\ double boiler. Chocolate corches I but failed to score. by earn money in your spare I Ready mix concrete, concrete block, in trade. This Is real nice cornplete *
the English actor John Merivale, -oin-s:., fence posts, sand, cementI with butb.
> time. Keep your important job as I Or will move to
asily unless the
heat is low and Bobby Joe Buchanan headed I Motir mix. rock
: Didi Sullivan, Gerald Herter, and wife anti mothEr.ritt' 1'. O. Box ,' steel oyster shell I your lot or acreage. Call or write
the same temperature maintained: Madison's effort with 17 points S2.V1I:: Starke. Jtchg! 3-2 Liiieronk and Rof Gravel. Phone j! .1. n Wall Rt 2 Box 269, phone
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:ill the time. while Butch Baker had 14. t Daniela Rocca.Electrical. I i tfchgj
.. I I FOE REXT 3 room apartment !i'
Waffle Irons In the second ;i FOR f SALE Male Chlhauhua% 9
game tonight l Outlet Completely furnished also utilities j
i' i j TO SMILE: requires the use of 13 mo. old. Write Box: 788, Starke, or
: Does your waffle iron stick? Quincy will face Baker County I I Prl'atet'ntr3J'p- and hath. One per- I muscles and to frown take 65. It phone WO 4- 561. 2 trhg 3-2
i Causes Fire In I I !on man or woman. Phone WO 42m. i Is to smile
i iI easy after the
{ere are some precautions to take High of Macclermy at 8:30.: Tomorrow I I : tfohg',' benefit
you receive from a soothing Chiropractic FOR RENT-2 bedroom nicely furnished -
.o keep it from sticking. I Hi Treat I at 7 p. m. the winner of j| J. C. Sapp Home I I WE HAVE : adjustment. Phone- WO 4- house with carport For
$ a new Wn for '
rids with a non-saity: shortening. !the Quincy-Macclenny contest will ', I farmers Loan. o.: I program to 6 year 2881 now for appointment. nolllnger couple or with an Infant child. Inquire -
A ''hir n>ractl<> Clinic 426 X. Walnut at 733 N. Thompson St. tfchg
fI 2)j Don't wash grids. Just wipe face Perry, and at 8:30 the winner :j! A fire caused by a fauVj electrical -I far. the entire. credit requirement : St. itp
I I of the farmer and hit fam _
them off after using.. I 131 1 Add .of the Live Oak--P. K. Yonge outlet behind a couch in the ily. Gainesville Production CredM -- SYLVANIA TV's

f) more shortening to a prepared game will go against Lake City. living room damaged the home I}I .Association.Jsinf. vlle.| Fla 620 3rth Main''fen "FOR' RCXT for -bachelor.Furnished Modern effUienry"ottage and Sales. & Service

:mix than is called for. [141 After .Winners of Friday's games will !i of J. C. Sapp on Bridgss Street; I I attractive. Good neighborhood STARKE RADIO a TV

,-. ising the iron, open the lid for..ito meet Saturday at 8:30: p. m. to in east 'Starke Sunday. Assistant I All RADIOS Make* -REPAIRED All 2U4ela. : $45.00 5744. mo. Call Mrs. Renner. WO tfchg 4- Phone WO 4.8511'

.. t cool off. This keeps the heat decide the championship. I 11'*re Chief Harold Glasgow said. tea*..al le ('..rK.. guarantee I FRIGIDAIREAPPLIANCES
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tMi.. 'rom burning off the lilm of All games will begin at 7 p. m. j,: Total damage to the dwelling MIWHERD'8 inmaa Gr..RADIO.. Otiaer* TV fencing WANTED, general: 2 men repairs.for yard Also! housekeeper work-,

rease on the grids. each night, with the second con- Is not known but Mrs. Sapp said 412 E. Cull cr. ph..... WO 4-9901 for 2 people, Kingsley Lake.

"... 4-H Rally Day test scheduled for 8:30.: Tickets I that the entire house may have to Starke Fla. Mr Live?. In Rrown.or must Rt have 1 ROT transportation.:381 Itp FOR SALE: FRAME HOME. Can
he
.. financed. End of Euclid St. 3
.. Saturday, March 4, the 4-H are 50 cents for students and one .be rebuilt. All the contents, including FOR SALE-14 ft. fiber glass Cris- blks. South on Alton Rd. J. W.
from the will .dollar for adults. I I ruined she Craft boat, Super 10 :Mercury outboard FOR SALE Business-residential ,Thomas. tfchg
I girls over county re-I' clothes were i motor. trailer with winch. combination property at 217 E. '

vive the spirit of the Gay I said. 300. L. A. Raker Rt. 1 Box 462 Prownlee St., Starke, Fla. Contact %('n ERY STOCK FOR SALE
lOt'C' I Keystone Heights Phone 465ti.Strhg';. owner at 6950 Rollo Road. Normandy We have over 190,000 nice fruit

.. I 3-16 Subdivision n.. .... FV 4.611 Jacksonville. 'Fla.tf, or I trees and shrubbery. Hedge Plant,
Chg I shade trees, landscape material of
FOR SALE Queen Ann double I
4[Jua lity. Hundred of Citrus tree incans
FOR RENT First
hed with excellent Innerspring mat- floor apart
4 tome with fruit. See our plants
ments. Close In desirable. Also
t rass and Immons box springs. house I for quality. Azalea and Camellia
Dresser and chest of drawers. 1 for rent. or sale. Very easy terms. SOc I O. C. Cameo 10 mLEast
up. Nursery
S10 .
easy chair with otterman.. L. A. V f-herrv St tfehg J of Keystone Height Hwy 100.
raker: Rt. 1 Box 462, Keystone ]Phone 1844(65, Florahome. Fla.

1960 PLYMOUTH S Heights, Phone 4656.- 3thg 3-16 .. S 4t rhg 3-2

: ]I.'OR REXT 3 room apartment. 0 PETTO FLORIST
I' Electric kitchen. Christian couple 119 $. THOMPSON ST.
Fordor. 17,000 invites you to seethe :o,, )'. Phone WO 9-1545. tfchg PHONE WO 4-415

MCJIT WO 4-3891 .r WO -It33))
FOR RENT Two room furnished DISTINCTIVE FLOWERS
Miles. Heater AMBER GRAY apartment. Private bath entrance, .0 ,L\'P WIRE FLOWERS AXYWHERH
all-new ;c arport. Utilities furnished. No children. tfchgINTRODUCTORY
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,.' Mrs. J. L. Simmons, 407 W.
Washington St ftp 3-2 a :


1960 BurroughsTEN Only flowers F.COLONIAL wired T. D. any Florist FLORIST place.In Flower Starke. .. p. Engraved OFFER Business ,

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lor all occasions locally Phone Stationery
WO 491. 501 East Nona 9t. tfchg 1Complete -
t USED FALCON FORDOR DELUXE a 500 Letterheads
FOR RENT-Furnished apartment -
KEY *. Reaaonabte rate Near 500 Large Envelopes

shopping center. Phone WO '-%011Dr 500 Business Cards
Trim Fordomatic White Tires I ALPINE aWE : call at 21J S. Cherry St. (Shell T-ee Service
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FINEST ENGRAVING
I Oil Co. Office.

: Local Car tfcbg! PrunIng Bracing De-Moss ALL FOR 48,05
ELECTRICv I ing Cavity Work Tree Re-
FOR REXT 3 bedroom unfurnished -
moval Plate
I house at SOS! Clark St. See Bill rSapp's Included

Graham. Alvarez Store. Itchg BRADFORD COUNTY
: Tree SurgeonsPETE
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I960FORD
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TELGRAPII:
; ADDING I HASTINGS MATTRESS SAPP, Owner 1-
STARKE PHONE WO 4-S9M
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& UPHOLSTERY WORKS
FOR RENT furnished apt. Light
FAIRLANE FORDORHeater 710 Lemon St. FaUtfca For Expert Tree Surgery Call Our and water Included 145. Mo. 514 S.
Agent Epperson St. T. L. Klrchaine. tfebg

Furniture Repaired Upholstered 22J N. Temple Phone WO 4-3965
MACHINE NEVER TOO LATE TO JOIN
One Owner, Real Buy & Refinished INCOME TAX SEBYICEMondays BVBXIXO CLASSES for adult. AH
subject Credit if wanted. Writ
'.0 SEA MIST REEl\ MATrRESSES, REBUILT All thru Fridays after 5 p. m. Director. Pox! : 1110 Starke or call
day Saturdays
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WO 4-3071 or visit Adult Education
New Innersprings Charles Hutcbeson, 521 Pratt St. Office, usa Bldx for additional .
Ben's the latest for the modem office
WO 4-11S5
NEW% CARS and Box Spring IStchg 411I Information. Negro adult

..'the fight, compact allelectricBarrcoghs Drop Us a Card or Call I WASTED -R. N. or L. P. X. Name contact principal RJE School tfch*

& TOSELE T Tea Key with Dew BaianceToucb'! PALATKA EA 5.8166 for Doctors- relief Hospital work. 4 days. a week.Men* WORTH THE TRIP?

STARKE WO "8M Mobile Homes-Always below

USED FROM a II strii z col&:- MBS. PEGGY 8HALLEB, Stal'I BUILDING BRADFORD SUPPLY market, and clean.GENEVA

I I: ALL TYPE BUILDING LAKE

SEE THEM TODAY'! WILL KEEP any ones children day I'' MATERIALS 1 ml TRAILER SE of Keystone PARK Hts.

or night. Phone WO 4-8883. ?tp 3.% Remodeling Repairs
'HAPIII CC Ai\ i,
; I on Route 100
OUR VOLUME SALES ENABLEUS FREE ESTIMATES ,
FOR SALE S b.dzs.. bl* k
...... IIar4we fi..,. Beaitifmllr On New Construction SEE GE'. new "daylfcht blue" Tele-
UBlttarad. P tl. aid .tI4e Barb DeVoe & Harris PaintsALI7rYPESMOWERSTirpened Tlslon. The proof la In the picture.
ONLY $199 PLUS TAX .ee Fit. Priced t. selL 1115 Pratt Super chassis with full power per-
TO SELL St. Pk... WO 4-511 .r WO ..un. former. Cooler operatic Longer

tide factory way. Pick up and delivery.. component life. O. J. .McOrlff.Authorised .
Calvin Johns, phone WO 4-1441. Dealer. lip
FOR KKXT 4 room house $20 Itchg.
; FOR per month. Phone WO 4-0915, lira. FOR RENT 2 bedroom unfurnished
!IIi BRADFOR DCOUN1Y TELEGRAPH Mae Jordan. ]tpLEARN FOR RENT 2 bedroom furnished house. 268 Park Place. Close
house. Modern conveniences. Central In. All convenience See R F. 1emorest : -
TO FLY-Contact Lacy Conway [heating. Kingsley Lake. MeL O. L. US Park Plc,, phone W.
1 phone WO 4-1051. tfchs Beaslejr. phone WO 9-im tfcbga t-II 11. techI'I
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baskets of food to the church for I rection of Ranell English and Ru- fnit-elY.-Ranell English, reporter. FAITH BAPTIST' CHURCH f ,, '
NEWS ,OF INT REST'TO COLORED out of town visitors and guests. by Fisher. On last SundayEbe- Church LawteyA.
of God In Christ, Elder Business/
hat Our
,Total money raised,by special activities nezer and Pleasant Grove *>f Keystone E. Massey Pastor a 8 :
CITIZENS{ OF BRADFORD COUNTvHy Williams pastor will have regular E \
was $700 Of this amount( journeyed with our: pastor Bible school. I'1 II nPreaching ,<< If It's Glass We $ave Ii'
: 400 was paid on pews 'and new to St. Augustine to worship with services starting with Sunday 11 a. m.
... ; (Own* 4helttA4AAAWAAAAAAALAIA4AAAAAIAAA4AAAAAA; itilpit set. There is still much toe ( the Moderator Rev. G. G. Mc- School, Supt. Hall in charge; 11 Evening Service 7:30: p m I CALL WRITE or VISIT

cons: but. we thank God for'| Arthur. Music was furnished by a. m. morning worship;. 6 p. m. I Bible) Study and Prayer Meet ..
t AA.6.' '
;..;... .--=... .--,-, ,-,- ..._ -, -...- ..._ -.- -. having helped us through' you to Keystone choir and a total' of $59 I Young People Willing Workers "p 7'iI1"; m. W@dnl'sdav. Y Joe Peters Glass Co.
iM Y' xz Jtt" get this far. We. can do all things i was raised. Clifford Hudson, son j Sis. Hamilton, president; 7 p. m. !I
through Christ' who strengthens of Dea. and Mrs. Chas. Hudson,i:! evening service. Don't forget our FOR ANY GLASS. NEED
1j us. Bro. Aaron senior stewart of" is home on. furlough. We regret'I weekly schedule of activities. I ''t Design Modern Store Frost
our church, is now in Bradford the continued illness of Bro. John Baby contest will close Friday SEEGARDENS Just Mall Us A Pattern for
bounty Hospital. Member and Clark faithful member of this night at. which time a business ;
Table,'I'w
friends are asked to visit him. We" church. Mrs. Altamease Johnson I meeting for the church will beheld !
S. / later ski shin dodrILltem100omt70om4.ISom 313: N W. 4ih: I*. PJt 2-4853
UainesYflle.; Fla. Phone
wish for him a speedy recovery. has returned to Long Beach Calif.I with the pastor in charge
-Mrs. Elnora: Cannon, reporter I where she plans to remain inde- C. B. Samuels, reporter. ,1 / I I -

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Rev. LH.. McLendon pastor: :; .

A. "cndu ted regular services last i I ,
3 C Sunday that began with 'Sunday:
School at 10 a. m. Supt. Robert I
Dell in charge. Steward 'Board
p No. 2 will be held Wed., March I
8, 6 p. m. in the church. Sis. Ethel
t .3 Young, president asks all mem-
bers and persons wishing to jointo

Tournament Report please attend. Trustee meeting
The RJE:Timers and Tigerettes 1 v. will be held on the same night at QUANTITY .
played the championship games 7 p. m. followed by Board meetingat RIGHTS
8 m. These meetings are .
d. p. RIB LOIN tM
gymnasiumof scheduled In this way so-that the RESERVED C C

Eacty) .game was, thrilling: 'from pastor may 'be 'with us and: .not 1C1 rIIIIIII I PORTION PORTION ,
Start to'fJnl h. !The Tigers had an have to make several trips: : Dqh't Ipt UP TO ;'
y. point lead:! u) to, five minutes rorget our schedule of activities' : /ME 3L.' 3'/2 LBS Ly ..
of the final whistle, but the BTW a Choir No. I, rehearsal first and
team of, Dunnellon set up a front second Fri. nights at .f! p, m.'M. LD LB .,
court press and won the game bya E. Coleman, Pres. Choir NoII, ji
margin of 'four!: potnta.;. TUE third and fourth Wit nights, r.Walnut ,
teams ,quill have the title1 $t run- Neil Hunter, Pres." Trustees. 'cori-: ,- 320 S.
ners-up chamPionShip' Class duct service on first Sunday
"1p" Group in of the Western Di- morning with assistrantpastgrOble I eSt. 4Cj.d RIB HALVESLB45c. LOIN HALVESLl5
\'f.slonr' Interscholastic 1t DeSue in charge..'Steward'Board .

Athletic Association.; 'They 'left 'A. N'o. II has charge 0|'|.torn ng ,er Florida TENDER YOUNG, PLUMP GRADE "A" oe TO 22 LBS) -
Starke for Port St. Joe Wrdn vice on the'third'unday with'local .
day noon to mc t*teams: li}> the' B" 'y-.i'* minister in charge.. Vera I QUICK .

division? from all over. orJda.We. ; Coleman, re-porter. Is :attending T U R K E 3"
L hope they will bring back, solve ..-.' ,....,,- '-.... '--. ,-- Edward Waters College. Layleader. WRQZIH Y 5 L8
Lt trophies similar to those Pictured Henry Young, reporting.
t above. Coaches Harvey ;and' Shellae ing his illness. He is mending Bethlehem FrO.I11 Baptist I "
holding the trophies ViOlby\ nicely and; asks your continuancein Church, Rev. .L. McKay pastor, &I il ; =
f the girls and 'boys. In the,,other prayer for his complete re- will hold regular worship services : : ; : ; BLUE RIBBON BEEF SALE !
1 pictures you see players. selected covery./ 1r. and Mrs. John Cum- on Sunday starting with Sunday .
by the officials as .'All....:I District. mlngs are also thankful to the School at the regular hour. We 4 50 GREEN STAMPSIt
Players" that Included 1: > Ruby J'cju)) for flowers sent during the enjoyed the services rendered' by MERCHANTS MORE
White, captain, Dorothyl'ffamil4nr; !hospitalization A of John Curnmings the Daughter 'Zloli last- Sun I:l 1 WITH um OR : BONELESS ROUND STEAK
after day. The pastor and 'members Invite -
Frank Long, captain; John -Henty recent auto accident. Both ORDI .
Solomon Frank Long-tS,the?pnb members are at tome and doing the general public to attend ] 14
graduating: senior in this group; fine.-. Mrs. Perenella Cummings,.i our services throughout the! week \\c\ ADD RESS bpi.s Mardi 5, 1961 ROUND ROAST I! Ii Cf ,
and expects to receive: several l,reporter.! I which are as fallows: Mon. 7:30: .. COD 5T ::
scholarships in athletics. He isan ,Church News p. m., Faithful Few Club; Tues. 1.1. 'iJI= BONELESS ROUND CUBES LBf '
outstanding player and ea New. Mt. Pisgah A. M. E. 7:30 p. m., Choir rehearsal: Wed., .,.. -; j 1<< t I'' .
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young man with sterling. chara- Church Rev. J. A. Grimmage 7:30: p. In., Prayer meeting: Fri.,i
cter. He was born and reared in! I pastor, will holi regular services 7:30 Prayer Band; Sat., 7:30 p. GROUND ROUND Rr CUBE STEAKS
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Lawtey. all day Sunday starting with Sun- m., I Can Circle. Visitors are always -
Panel Discussion I'day chool, Supt. Anna C. Wright t, welcome to make our church Delicious TangyHAWAIIAN : ,;
'On Sat:, Rfar. 18, a thi} 'Charles in,charge; 11 a, m. morning wor- your home away from home. Mary Y
Winter'wood Theatre StJpibBda Jship. with Love Feast; 7 p. m- McBride, reporter. I
A, &. M. University a panel:, dis evening worship and Holy Com- Allen Chapel A. M. E. Church, :
cussion will be held pn't.1tt*sub;: munion. All members are asked, Rev. L. A. Sampson pastor will : <$. h''A SETZER'S AROMA RICH"BREAKFAST ( \ '
Ject:*..Qu 1ity,"Education{;h! the ..to attend and bring some friends, observe pastoral day starting with { \ CUP '
Graduate 'School"of- Fla....C'& M.J Mrs'_'E. Cannon wishes; to give, Sunday School at 10 a. m. Assist _
{ ant Supt. E. Frazi r'in .chatge; 11a. .S!.,,'>" 1' "' '- .
University This 'is being sponr special thanks to all the SundayS PUNCH .. ,'t' \
'p red ''by the graduate, club; ,of liools that participated in the morning worship with Love ) v. : .t .--1t lB '
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which,our own Mr.'Greeneis Coy: grand opening of the church. She Feast; 6 p. m. worship and Holy I "1(t} ;-dlW'0. ;: : COffEE BACRegular \
prdlnator: : Th panel1st '-are;; Dr.(commends each group for beingon Eucharast by the pastor. All mem- J'
(George,, W. Gore.Jr., .President, of time with the hope that you bers and friends are. invited 'to or Golden
Ay. &;M;' MrBernyce.Ir!; },; may live long to give a full day attend. The District Conferencewill
public, school' teacher. oh Leon. of';el'vlce to God. She eleased be held March' 9-10 at Ala-: IiXWELL r & L I
County, Woman of-he 'yea><:?41 Pre*. the following report: Antioch chua. On FrL at 4''p"m.: the MISsionary 4' OZ $ 0 0 ,, > LB' '
Womari'sciubof : will have charge >t ?--""
of Bus.. & Profes. Baipt. 9 scholars, $7. Bethlehem group HOUS1' TIN
TallahasseeJImmediate past Freewill, 28 scholars, $10.70New with our own Elizabeth Givens I CANS 'i: .. ,.w:. YOUR CHOICE OF EITHER ..
president of Graduate Club; and Bethel, 14 scholars. $9.55. Ebenezer District president In charge. We 'It'CO'FEE -I COFFEE v -

Joseph D. Greene, 'Pres. Bradford. 26 scholars $12.26. Allen are hoping to take a bus' load of .!_,_ .- $5.00 FOOD ORDER, ...
County Teachers Assn., vice Chapel 38 scholars 505. First YPD and Missionary workers from "
president District! V, FSTA, As, Born,Temple, 8'scholars, $11.30. Mt. Zion Lawtey; New Mt. PJsgah, ,.. .S A' fO-. ,. REAtJI m _
slstant'Principal of'RJE' and Coordinator .Mt. Zion Lawtey 26 scholars, and Allen Chapel. Junior Church -" -' t := I FT'S TOP QUALITY' 3
.'of the Graduate Club $6.20. Mt. Moriah 28 scholars, meeting each Mon. 5 p. m.: Girl FRESH CAUGHT LOCAL MEDIUM SWI LN
.:-Staff: reporter: 'I$15. Mt. Pisgah, 18 holars,. Scout meeting,.Thurs. 3 p. m. Remember "! SHORTEN'HG'
Fiesta. Club 1870. Philadelphia and Freewill our sick and shut-in. We SHRIMP L6 69c
The regular'meetlriJ of Fiesta, of Lawtey 39 scholars $11.10. are glad to report that Si3. Annie
Club waS hot held last, 'Saturday, Free Caanan Church of God In Randolph is up and doing nicely, .
night'due to the illness and no'spltalization -. Unity, 22 scholars, $14. Mt. Nebo,, -E. J. Givens, reporter. JEWEr Lj
of the president,, 6.scholars, $16. Primary and Ebenezer Baptist Church Rer,. -- -: c
Clarence DeSue. Vice. .President t cr8'l l Roll.,20 scholars, $4. The, E. D. Robinson pastor will hold ,; .
Jerry Clark asks all -members to, new banner was won by Mt. regular services on Sunday start 4' UMIT-\\ WITH $5.WFOLD ORDER
attend the meeting on Saturdayat P gah.for having the largest con-, ing with Sunday School at 10 a,,
1< p., m.. in the old Wateroak: trteu'tipn.: The pastor officers and I m., Supt. Henry Bryant in charge; ,
School building. President;'De81 E Eis n&mberjs wish to thank all per-, I 111 a. m. Covenant meeting; 7 p,
grateful to all members and l skis tOt the wonderful cooperationand II m. worship service with music bs
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In17n1'I'iVrlTR'Artlt'" }'fe ids ntative to attend the sfaticonvention used'
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will visit this week in Jacksonville prepare complete i| gram.
., with Mrs. : to be held some time f and water conservation farm I
Harley's and '
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STATE FAR llfllLE in pril.. j A complete soil and waver conservation -
; plans.
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. St. Clubs were I plan was prepared fo>'
represented from
J Don Champion, Farm Forester,.
Clair Harley Jr., and their new
Uy Mrs. IJarvtj McCarthy Mrs. E. Starke, Palatka, Ocala Earl'Batten. He is using Pensacola.
son, David Clyde. By O. CroabyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAi By Mrs. C. B. Nolan, GaInesville says that a lot of farmers are !

a '&A..6&&A.A. AAA&&Ao. Mrs. Lois Cox returned Thurs \ iu ili.iui:..:huis.Ai Lake City, Perry, Mainland putting in gum farming opera- Bahia and Coastal Bermuda, ann

j -l't( v Howdy, Neighbors.. Congratula- day after spending a week with The District Music Festival will Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Browning() and land Seabreeze and St. Ausustirie.JMack [in Daytona. De-: >S.momlSoil tions and suggests that professional getting good results. with chicken i I

tior> and best friends in Miami. of Jacksonville spent with be obtained in ''fertilizer. Earl is managing! his
: s wishes are extended be held at the First Sunday Walker of Ocala help getting !
Baptist was
,
; to Mr. and Glad to report that Mrs Mirtie Mr. and Mrs. F. B. 'Cbieman ConservationNEWS I '
Mrs. St. Clair Hartley Church In Starke Friday night 'at and elected to represent District n at started on a gum farmin pro- Coastal for hay. I
Hilliard came home from the hos- *
Jr of Jacksonville who family.
are 7:30: o'clock. Everyone is invitedto the state convention. 4 "
:( "the proud parents of a son named pital in Plant City Thursday a att nd. -Several i choirs will be Mr. and Mrs. Buddy: Bradshaw Around 250 visitors attended the i

'David Clyde, barn Feb.. 22 at the week ago and that Charge Gas- taking part in this event. and 'son visited in Jacksonville meeting which consisted By Bill Baas --
01 regis-
Baptist Memorial kins returned to his home from Sunday with Mr. and'bii's Harold j I
infacksonville.
Hospital the Lyle Anderson of .Parris Island, tfation and social, welcoming of Soil Conservation Ser rI"* t
"'- hospital in Avon Park Satur- Bradshaw.The !
Mrs. Harley is the S. C. spent last week with his guests, skits, and other forms of i J ,
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fcirmer Miss Sandra CarmichaeL day week ago. Also Floyd Cowart mother post graduate a'umnl of j I stopped by to talk with Joe O.
Mrs. Alice Anderson of entertainment, luncheon, demonstrations
,Grandparents are, Mr. and Mrs. has recovered from his recent ill Starke, and his brotherinlawand Baldwin High School played the of parliamentary procedure Bass the other day while he was a ( -

jSfc'; Clair Harley Sr., of our com- ness.Mrs. sister, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Baldwin girls varsity basketball ll and the final business ses- .out feeding his cows some.hay. As_ .
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taunity Lois Cox and daughter team last we went into the barn to
and,Mrs. Delorie Car- Turner at the State Farm. Friday night at the sion. I get more r

'michafiroi... Jacksonville. Linda visited Sunday afternoon joined f by his family who He accompanied was- Baldwin: gym in an" exhibition Valentine Sweetheart hay,.Joe stopped, put .his foot on NATURAL :

a Qur'big homecoming services with Mrs. Cox's "son-in-law.. anddaughter him home. game. It was an exciting game j the tractor scoop, and sai ', "Youhave :. J
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Nor Patty Kay Lyons was chosen "t, "
''are planned for this Sunday, Little Melissa Gamble all the way through. The varsity to put-something into your
Heilbronh man of Gainesville is confined beat the alumni Valentine Sweetheart in the elec- soil if want to .
.Marches, a1| Church. 40 to 38. you get anything.

:Singing; will:; begin immediately Mrs. J,, D. Gaskins returned this wee to her. home... with measles We'N are glad that Miss Mary tion held Thursday: Feb. 16, and out of it. I made: some good hay i Dependable -- Economical
; : Sunday after ndlng a week was crowned ata;, dance sponsored last
sp
after- &fiday School l and continue Kilgore has unproved after hurt- year with good feed value in

until }',P. ,,m.. at which time .bas- with Mr. and' Mrs. Charlie G skins been Friends a patient of Bill in Rivers the Veterans who has ing -her arm in Friday. night's s' by the Junior Class V on Friday, it, tut;. I put plenty of fertilizer PHONE WO 4-1301 NIGHT WO 42411CITY
Feb 17. The croa'rtrases
of Avon Park. \ was out:
ket. nner will be served in the game.Odell -

picnic area at rear of .the church. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Reddish and I toknow Hospital in that Lake he is City, will be glad Williams; has returned placed- on her .heady Harriet Folks in the county are getting : i .-.-*.-....."-t-I"'''' .OF_ ,.STARkE t" .. ... GAS UTILITIES DEPT..

After; lunch more singing will be son, Keith, visited. Sunday with with spending sometime home alter, ,six months tour 'of Powell, -the I960, .Sweetheart, and ready to fertilize their pasturesnow. i h

enjoyed during the afternoon. their sister-in-law, Mrs. Delories his. brother-in-aw? Andsister duty with the U. S. Navy aboard she'was also presented a bouquetof -"
i Mr, and Mrs: p. s. Crews, rOses. .
There Will be..no' church servicesSundzy Carmichael, and their nephews the Saratoga A complete soil and water con

evening All Churches are and nieces Mr. and Mrs. M. L. and is improving in health. Bill Bentley has also returned"r ,Patty was' sponsored by the servation farm plan was prepared
Mrs. Pete Harrell is ill at her Attention Livestock Producers!
:Urged-to attend .arid -bring your Beach, and Mr. and Mrs. St. honte this home from a tour of- duty aboard Chorus._ .Otii'ej candidates andtheir .for. R. Owens Simmons. We dis- .

,singers. Come and l. be with us. it Clair Harley Jr. and baby son, in Mrs. A. C.week Belche and Mrs. J. the Saratoga. sponsoring grou p were as follows cussed his plan while he was up 1

'will npt j>e ..homecoming without Jacks nville. W. Hardin guests of Mr and Walter Wellahusen ofAberdehe, : Linda Cox, Beta Club; Bet- on the roof of a new chicken : If .you have hogs 6j -, '.-_ -- -
were i
out you and your family Regret to report that Gall Cow- Mrs. S. D. is visiting here with his ty Lou Wainwright, Spanish Club; house putting down roofing ma I cattle to sell now or in + =.
Cooper and Grannie
Ray
-Remember this, coming, Wednesday art, daughter" of Mr. and Mrs. Green in Jasper last mother, Mrs. Mary WeUhausen., Kay'Hart, Future Teachers; SaraOsborne terial. He is using Pensacola Ba- the future please cori*
Saturday. :
evening is time for regularchurch Floyd Cowart, is home ill wife the-Grannie Green is' stlll sick and and family and is, staying at, the Letterman's Club, Linda hia for his permanent pas ures. l tact one of the buyers '

conference. measles. Also Mike Norman, son I enjoys cards and letters from her home of Mr, and, '.Mrs.i" John North_.,:I W sdin, Science Club: Vickey j Owens gets good results from at Copeland, Sausage

Worship with Heilbrorin w1i n- of Mr. and Mrs, Harold Norman, friertds.. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Hlgdon.lef|I ISupdar MosJ r, Futare Homemaker of chicken manure by. putting a heavy i I Company and i\-e'them -"

'ever yod c ari and listen to our '.is still home from school with Mr.. sere to attend funeral services America; Sylvia GllsVon l Elementary application on each pasture. He g to '
and MrskP.. an opportunity buy
J3. Crews
evtry week the mumps. Grit Library; Myrtle Hinson, Bible has all his :
:pastor i from .5:45: to 6 in-Jacksonville Wed"riesday. for Mrs. Higdon's brother 4a pastures under fenceso -

:'p. m., as he delivers an inspiring News is short this week, so bye visiting. While there they last w ere fin, Ga. CluB; Amelia( Williams, DCT he_can control. the grazing. Rotating your licesiock.COPELAND. .
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message, beet WJt R..' for now. dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. Miss Violet Burnsed'of JackSonville .Club; Harriet Goodman, Drama the 'cows frequently prevents OFFERS YOU

'Mr. and Mrs Gene' Kelly and I ti. Richardson. spent last weekena' with Club; and Margaret Douglas, Pep grazing the grass down too '
CHURCH OP GOD Miss Jewel North.Dirs. Club- low, and also keeps cattle from 4 BIG ADVANTAGES!
children of. Bartow were wee>te id Sunday School,. 10 &. m. MornIng Mr. and Mrs. D. )D. Shaw of LacrosSe I .
.. Bentley :getting
guests of Mr.. Kelfy's mother, Mrs. of Mr. Bill Mrs. Odell earthy type parasites.
were Sunday guests
: 11 iri. Suhdai
Worship a. WiUiamsand Miss Shu-ley Higgin- | Soils maps were received recently Cash marl&tt.
1. day.
Annie. Kelly and Mr Kelly'sbrother TITiS BIGHT every
: Evening Service; 7:45: p. m. YPl i'and Mrs. P. S. Crews. POOW ba t*
botham to Saturday for the farms of ]
drove Harry
Warren. .. Kelly. '. .Service Wednesday, 7:45: ,p. m Mr, and Mrs. O.. E.. Crosby. .were- Mayport way yon write. Come In and select 2.. No commission
Wilkerson I
Frances
I for the returning of the Sara W. Mcng. andJ.
'Mrs?! St; Clair Harley Sr., and i Prayer Meeting Flida). 7:45 p. m transacting. business, in Jacksonville jour favorite,E fERbROOHPoantafn .
.... .. last Saturday. ,, toga.. i ff+n: 1'i'' .EGRA PD. B. Whitehead. These maps will j 3. Special consideration given to meat
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Mrs. Wilbur Brown is & medical ,!.{rS. Oscar Harris, : Mrs" Pete ." '!'
Wilbariks aril Mrs..,.J D. Pafigetiwere ; type hogs
patient at Bradford County Hos
SATURDAY MORNING pital. ,, visitors in Jacksonville 1 Mn- r Fire Liability Life 4. Can furnish haulfrig] for sufficient

day. .
Congratulations to Rev, and .
Mr. ,,and Mrs. Alton Combs are +- Constant Service quantities.
MAR. 1o'bo4th Mrs. Allen Price on the arrival ofa '

son.' Mr.. Price Is pastor, of the the prou'i'parents of a son born ti .
P.II' First Baptist Church at. Raiford) Saturday,, Feb. 25. Mrs. Combs"will Over Years CALL COLLECT HO 2-3011
A. M. be remembered as Mis; Linda 60
.. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Pace and a
Johns of Maxti ille. CLAUDE PHILLIPS THERON HUDSON
L 4r son, Calvin, have moved'into the Miss Irene Johns accompanfed I f j PRESTON IJOLKCopeland
r house, formerly. occupied. > hjr Mr. *
: and Mrs. Jim Brown" GodVin.Mr. her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. ti C. WALL !i

SHOW and Mrs:, Milo Siegler and and Mrs. L. G. Johnson of Starketo 4. L'a
Sanford for a visit Saturday.Mr. .
family were guests of Mrs. Siegler's -
,. and Mrs. Bud, Waters and .
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bryan ; AGENCY I
family of Jacksonville visited Sun-

WILL. BE Whitfield. at Campville last Sunday day with Mrs. Dorothy Waters 'd_ i SAUSAGE COMPANY_ ALACHUA. FLORIDA
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and family ;
Mr. and MVs. M. C. Roberts andson' -
'] Mr. and Mrs.. Jack Waters and I III if
: were Sunday guests of Mrs.
"THE FIRST TEXAN"AT family of J cksonv1llisited' with i
Hawthorn ,
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W. A. Carlton in
., Waters and familyon :
Mrs Dorothy
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Mrs, Bessie Roberts, has returned Saturday, AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY
,k THE to Jacksonville after spending

,I, eight weeks with Her son anddaughterfirlava Mrs.. D. B. Grlffis and daughters a.,. y.AUTU I
Karen and Mrs. Henry ,G ;i- .
Mr. and llrs. M, -
fis. and Sharon visited
daughter

: FLORIDA THEATRE C..Robertsl Mr- and: itrs" H. M. Richardespent Mrs Ray-i anning at the'Gaines, GLASSUTO TRIM FLOOR AND TILE I OFFICE MACHINES

ville hospital Sunday: afterribdn. .
CONTRACTORSBobby
: :. .......=- 1. Sunday .with Mr. ar.d'.Mrs.. f
It<
Mrs.'Nell Parrish and Mis. Cora Mauldm! s Auto Glass ,i Hancock Typewriter

: These FREE Shows Are Sponsored By Roy Mr.Cooper ahd Mrs.!iri Jasper.Raiford Brannen Hodges spent. Monday afternoon: CO3IPLETE STQClf- CURVED. Baker Auto Trim L. Bryan Exchange

: The Following Merchants: were weekend guests of their..son- with :Mr. and..Mrs. John Higgin- ., GLASS' CUSTOM INTERIOR TRIM TERRAZZO CERAMIC : Smith-Corona .
in-law and d ghterl\rr. and Mrs. botham iri Baldwin. Windshield & Door Glass ASPHALT PLASTIC TILE I Typewriters

'", Terwlflegar" i Motors< Aidmvs Drugs"WinnDixie Jack Melson? and family in' St. Mrs. D. J. Pan'ish, airs. Dan Replaced In,, Any Make Headliners Arm Rests HARDWOOD FLOORING I Clary Business MachinesRepair
Any Make Machine
: w. 206 W.' Madison S"i. Shopping Center" Simons Island, d ". Parrish, Mrs. Hattie, Nolan and 1 t; Car Or Truck Floor MatsUpholstering Floor Sanding & Finishing I

'. WO 43381Koch ": UO 4-2311; Saturday night dinner guests of Mrs. C. B. Nolan visited Mrs-.'J. We Handle Saf tey Glass Lowest Prices FR 6-6762 FR 6-4445 I FR 6-5551
C Nola at the W. T. EdwardsHospital'in 431 N. Main, Gainesville,,
., Mr. and Mrs. W. H.,Williams were FR 6-2558 FR 2-3226 1939 N. E. :27th Gainesville

Drug Store Local Finance Company and Mrs. William Wilson of Tallahassee last wte ek, 13.14..S...Main,.......-.Gainesville OPTICIAN
Rev 1021 E University I Ave. Gainesville ,
161 E.. Call St. 116 N.'aln St.WO and are !glad to report that, Mrs.,, GARDEN SUPPLIES I .
R ev. Williams is the
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WQ 4-4401 '
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or 4-0111 Nolan is getting along nicely
former pastor of Raiford Baptist AUTO Johnson & Paris Inc. I i
hopes to be able to come home ,
Denmark Furniture Co. North Florida Supply Church. COMMERCIAL Lindsey L. Beckura, R. 0.
month's.SCHOOL Line
within four or five LMPERIAL CHRYSLER Complete of
484 W. Call !Ir.! .. 284 N. Temple Ave. Judge and Mrs. J. H. Ward and REFRIGERATION Lenses Duplicated-Quick Repair

WO 4-4821 WO 4-2118 son of Gainesville and Jeff Parker 'I PLYMOUTH SaiespartsService_ VALIANTAuthorized .- SEW8PLA.yrSI FERTILIZERS I Artificial Eyes-Prescriptioni

also of Gainesville, were Satur I Filled
Starke Builders Supplies, Inc. Underbill Uri1 e-In Restaurant day guests of ReV. and Mrs. E. F. NEWS' I Hawes-Powers RefrigerationService" I 'We Insecticides-Pet Supplies 22 W. University Promptly FR 6.3516
Rent Fertilizer Spreaders'
215-XE. Washington St. 367 N. Temple Ave. Meyton. Other guests of;the May- Co. i Gainesville, Fla.
: 11'0 4 az Ol Motor Co. 224 N. W. 8th A r e. FR 2-0476-
NO 4.1531 tons during the weekend were I
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RBy
[ Margaret Douglas]
) Gainesville, Fla.
their son, Edwin, of Jacksonville; FR 2-2561 Sidney Leopold Owner I... PHOTOGRAPHY

Jimmy Moore's Sun Sports Fred's Marine Center and their daughter, Mrs. Howard 204. N. MaIn Gainesville Commercial RefrigerationAir i: GIFTS-\ ,ATCH"REPAIRS', --- r

: 245! W. Madison St. 381 \. Temple Are.WO Ward Jr. and baby of Gainesville. Money Spent by BHS Students Used Cars 312 N. Main, Conditioning ; Roy N. Green I n r.
WO 4-3791 4-8801 Merchants who help support Frigldalre Ice Makers ,
FR 63400LINCOLN
T. N. Norman and son Gerald, Bill Barnes j Direct Color Portraits for Gift
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Sold And Serviced
students by purchasing advertisements Anytime
of Bayless Hiway, and Mr. and *
Williams Jewelry Ace Electric Service for different things will be MERCURY. Gainesville FR 2-8392 GIFTS J Commercial Portraits

142 W. Call St. 213 1C.aU St.'Q Mrs. O- S. Crosby and childrenof interested to know that they ''are COMET-FIAT-RENAtnT Heights FR 6-7700 r CLOCKS WATCH REPAIRS Photography
: .\\ 4-8311 Lake Butler were Friday night Complete Camera Supplies
WO 4-4921 in turn repaid for their contributions. Authorized Sales-Service -Parts I Specialists in Fine Repairs to
dinner guests of the O. E. Crosbys.
.t 1118 W. University FR 24658Gainesville.
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;'1.-- Trained lIechanicsGood CONCRETE PRODUCTS Antique Clocks and Watches

. r -- Using information furmshed'ina Used Cars '' FR 2-8645 Fla

c United Press release it was Barkley Motors 222 W. University Gainesville L I POWER-
INSIST THAT ALL YOUR SAWS
found that BHS students spend 615 N. Main Gainesville CONCRETE 'PRODUCTSARE LADIES WEAR I..

; 'a+ I $395.000 each year in Starke..and f bIcCULLOCii

vicinity. B. & G. .lt9rCo.., Inc. THE BEST FROM Cherry's \ CHALV SAWS
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.. The average teenager spends HILLMAN Edward BuildingSupply Gainesville's, Most Fashionable NEW-USED SALES-SERVICE ;
$500 a year. However, they Influence -
OLDSMOBILE CADILLAC Address For ladies. Florida Saw Co.Authorized' .
the spending of many 1 Inc DRESSES SUITS COATS
dollars more. Sales Service Parts FR 6-3411
. THE OPENING I OFStalling's -
ACCESSORIES
. '. They most outstandingly sup FR 6-751S' ; 726 S. Main FR' ..24841Gainesville 2538 N. E. 19th Dr.-Gainesville

.. ., port the record industry, movies, 115 S..W.. Secorid.Gainesville Fla. 105W University, Gainesville-: ; SEWING

. and school supply businesses. . __ MEN'S WEAR I MACHINES

r They are, also buyers of clothing, VOLKSWAGEN DOORS \VINDO\\'S 1 I Singer Sewing

cosmetics, and:supporters of drug Safes'-Service Parts f Silverman's"THE

Restaurant stores and drivc-in restaurants.. MillerBrownMotors Florida Jalousies I MAN'S STORE" Machine 1 .Center.

Fifty per cent ot all teenXg ri Clothing Haberdashery Used inger Sewing Machines

. own their own, typewriters., Eightynine r ,Inc. OF GAINESVILLE, 'L o..G.. Shoes--: Sportswear j I Many One Of A Kiod

per cent have their own FR 2-3532 ;' IYINDOIYSDOORS 'I' Formal Wear Rentals '. Starting At 19.95

.. ... ""..,.\., ,-, .. .. wrist watches., Twenty-six percent 1030 E.Unlyersity.Aye. Gainesville' !' ALUMINUM AWNINGS | 208 W. University Gainesville' : FR 6.8310

t r T, of the bop have their: : own Palm Beach Awning Windows. ;: ___. .PR 6-3502 216 W. ,University Gainesville
I,; '.;f.:+i (Formerly! Thomas Restaurant) '. ;-,_ / .' cars, while 17 per cent of the girls Montgomery Pontiac, All Meet A.W.M.A. Spec1t1catloIU''OVER '

. .. ,$\.. do. Write Or Call For t s i iFR : SHOES II
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By looking over' these figures it ,
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. :;:. U. S; 301 South Next To Van Motel I 2-8215 Gainesville; '
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is to fee that BHS students + Mayflower
easy ;
. G'MC 1817 Hawthorne Rd., Gage; : : : Bob's Shoe Store;
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PONTIAC: TRUCKS .
. area part qf the group; 'that LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE I
. HI SPORTS CARS : Shoes for The Entire FamilyAuthorized
B C.
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.. ,, spends ten billion dollars a year '
in flits Unifed States. Sales- Parts Service ELECTRIC }i tjRS f i 810lIOAnVCdSGCr .. : : FORTUNE FOB MENCfcfcttl .
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: SPECIALIZING IN 0. = tiffs I SET FOR WOMEN
tt meeting 22DN' W. 8th Ave;, Gainesville ; FOR CHILDRENMillenery
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of District H DCT Electra M6Y6V ,
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, MUSIC
.4t. : t representatives held at BHS I
was

: STEAKS FRIED CHICKEN t SEAFOOD: on Saturday. FVbs 1U fMsii 8 ;a. Crane. .. Motor Co. ,: Rep W::Cd.- .,. The. Music' \ I University Gainesville'

. ,m. to 3 p. m. Mains purpose' of.the LABS:ANGUAENGLISH I OF GAINESVILLE, INC .. J i Center I '_- "-

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CHURCH NEWS tings In the medium ana; cover If plants are chhraic: iyelbwl J the soil to a depth of 31' more # hq !. ., ..it.:

the unit with glass or plastic.! A1: from iron deficiency, apply che- inches: pr soaking: ""'" "f W1r1. t"t e. .. J ;

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j ti' J 'ft!I Methodist Church At The Tabernacle"Revival" DONCA.NEBR Apple boxes-the wooden ones, These special azalea aids are ONE STOP ;' ,

11 I i large pans, or cut-down oil mums:: available from any garden supply t "- .." '.

;Schedule for week of March 5: was the theme of thesponsor's >; be converted: into propagationunits. stoic. I, :

1 Sunday Church School, 9:45: :[ message last Sunday I i Cut back. poinsettias now if 'you !I KO If'i: : fri

$J. m, Morning Worship 11 a. m.1[ morning at the Gospel Tabernacle.In r i j Polyethylene bags will serve as a haven't done so earlier Prune ... ..
Snack Supper for 6 i stand-In for back to within 12 to 18 inches of': I.. '* *
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Youth meetings 6:30: p. m. Youth I f I'I'f tings.. Fer easily roo ed'a ts, the ground.' If they have been r ; .V. "**,. rim .

C o1r rehearsal, 7 p- m. Evening i-i. l f such. as coleus, wrap a. wet ball of frozen below this point, cut bacl COSMETIC .".. \ f'Revlon '. ....... .a.. ." r ..,:, .

Worship, sermon by Dr. mon. The sponsors: :Mr. and Mrs. |I I I II sphagnum' moss around the 11"base to live wood. During spring flush, ldi L :L j=-

3 I District Superintendent MCKinleY"1: J. T. Quigley, attend servicesin i I of several cuttings. Insert cuttings pinch out poinsettia: : buds se'crall Faberge, Mai' aci. ..fir, ., "Cot'. ;. .. ..II ) .

I\ x ?s followed by Quarterly Con- Jacksonville in the afternoon ; I I I. in the bag punch several air exchange times to promote branching and Yardley and Many. .Othett't45' .. -' "'. ':, ". .; '"..'.., oJ,

'; It fcrence. A nursery is provided for and heard Dr H. C. Slade, president -!: I holes in the bagjtad close. thereby produce: a larger number ; .. .'- '. ,. -

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',I f !#fellowship Hall, 3 p. m. Mrs. Church. Later they heard Dr. De- j I: 1 Do not place polyethyleneenclosed | Stake carnations and snapdragons Best Selection, Widest Variety : ; "', /; )), .t' Ii

.t i W B. Parks and Mrs F. c.: HollIpssworth Haan of Radio Bible Class, Grand I unit in full sunlight because ( for long straight stems. TOYS-FOR ALL'' .AnM :. t"j; <{ F:. :.'

: hostesses. Official Rapids Mich. at Trinity Baptist the plant materials will be .Disbud carnations one bloom FISHING SUPPLIES-ALL .rYPESi.Qt1: "l\TY.\ ":; ,.

))1 \'t"( Board I meeting. 7:30: p. m. I Church. cooked before they root. I per stalk and sucker snaps. This RODS AND REELS. ":\'f 1t. L j .;..H". ..' ;"j.f". ,1
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a* meets in Fellowship Hall, 9:30: a. Sunday Sunday School 10 Circular 148 Home Propagating(Start cultivating for weed control.
Chancel' Choir rehearsal, 7:30: I a. m-, Morning mesage 11 a. m. Units. '\ Apply about one-half pound of a FRESHEST Drugs at the Most\ 'EC0rilfCAHave t '1'r

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HIGHLIGHTS Blue' And Gold 'f'f'f'fY'nVnY".yyYWWf'
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on Saturday afternoon, Feb. 25. Miss Michael Renfro

-t. By Mary K. Schaef fer honoring Miss Lane Jackson /( Cub' Scouts And ParentsAround I MELROSEBy her 17th birthday Feb. 23.celebrated I first of a series of meetingson

Ii ,,". whose wedding will be an eventof George W. Forester husband of ; "getting the most out of life

I .'Ia this month. 100 CUb Scouts Mrs Alice. Bolhhaiamfr. the former Miss Thelma whatever age one might be" was
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THE BUSY achieving: 75 per cent,of their j\r- >' held at the, Melrose
: WEEK AHEAD .Baptist Church, 6 p. m. The shower was held at the La- their parents, attended""the program Orange Springs, High School
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Thursday, March 2: E. Y. C., St. AI Mee, home oiTKeystone Lake. 1960. tuiaalu.uuua.a..a promoted Auditorium Feb. 22. Dr. Donald
Is le's. 6:30: p. m. Blue and Gold Banquet Thursday Pete .' to chief aviation ma-
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_. Duplicate Bridge Club, Section Lenten Devotions at St. Anne's, Mrs. LaMee presented Mrs. night, Feb. 23; at. Keystone Neighborhood of Gainesville, Mrs. Charles Hoffman of ch inist's mate while serving with Hartsough of the Clinical Psycho
n, 10 a. m., Woman's Club. 7:30t: pv m.Monday.. Jackson, mother of the guest of Heights Commissioner of Airborne Early logy Department at the Health
: North Florida Gainesville, ''!visited her parents Warning Squadron I'
Community Church Choir Prac- March 6 honor with a handkerchief: accompanied gave a brief talk Center was the speaker The
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Each den effectively decorated on Cub Scouting. Mr. and Mrs. A. C Spires, Saturday the Naval Station. I
tice. 7:30 p. m. General Meeting by a poem entitled Roosevelt meetings are sponsored by the
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Junior Woman's Club meeting. Church Women 7:30: p. m. 'Dear Daughter, at Your Wed Scout theme. Den. One' use .large Sims, to.jreie the following presented committee by Mr. Mr, and Mrs..Gorden AMenson attended Melrose High School before Alachua Council, of Home. Dem. .

Impoltant' ;.IWomen's Girl Scout Troop 147 Parish ding," written by Mrs. Kathryn badges, made. of. styrofoam; 'representing members::' Bill Belote, Pack' Master of Orlando 'visited, Mr and Mrs. : entering the\ service. onstration.

Bowling team sponsored House in Melrose Stephenson Wilhelm. Mrs, Wil- j jj I the various: awards ;' Mike Funderburk. Assistant. Charles Sever last week. Miss Gloria Mr. and Mrs. Larry Thomas of
by McKay's' Real Estate in Pa- Cub Scouts Den 1, St. Anne's helm is a personal friend of Mrst t that Scouts can earn. Paper hats Pact Morris returned. 'home with St. Augustine and Bobby Thomasof Faith Presbyterian,
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... .latka; 9;p': m. Parish House.St. LaMee, and a poet of some!' fame. ,of blue and gold were put 'with Few, Barry ;Wyman Williams, and E. Bill'TV ,,feat for a visit. Gainesville spent Sunday after- Church, &IeJreM
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3:' William's Teen Age'Instruc Mrs. Jackson read the poem, to each place card. Den Mothers Martin. Dale, More son. of Mr. andMrs noon with Mr. and Mrs. Glynn Sunday services-Cfaurcn School l,

Webelos; Den meeting, 6:30-: tions 6:45: p m. the group, evoking much' .laughter were Mrs., Kitty Martin and';Mrs, The following Cubs EI r1d eBeach of Gainesville Rothhammer and family. 9:45 a.m. Morning. Worship
t 7:30.: i p7mi:; Sti: Anne's Parish HalLRotary"Club Catholic Club meeting. 1 and a"; few tears. weregIven Mrs. a.m. Rev. 1C Neaie Jr.
p. m. 1 Louise"dalldp.. awards ? that 'they had earned: spent the: weekend with Mr. and Cecil Harris of Welaka Jamfa pastor
.' ,Luncheon 12:15 Supper at 6 p. m. There was a game involving in- Den Two Mrs.: : visited her parents. Mr. .
used, .tltq E; banquet Robert Pater, Gold Arrow, Silver. Ralph Moore and family : and Mrs.
Noon/ Stations of the Cross St. Wil dentification of love songs with :R.. M. Cason
theme "Genius Night";fig: deco Arrowy, one "year Service Star Mr. and Mars Simmons of East recently. I
Girl Scout:Troop 190, St. Anne's h liam's. 7:30, p. m. Mrs. Alex Brokas at the piano. -t ; Grant
rating its Rothhammer
I table. 'Centering'! the Thomas Hawes Donald Da Iiilat? visited, friends here recentjy celebrated j!
Ilsen.
,Parish" House, after school. St.. William's Choir Practiced All prizes were given'to'the honor table was a large bust of1 s. Cub vid Mathia. Bruce Sunderland: I, '. his 1! 64th birthday Feb. 19. I Day Nursery

Firsi'Baptlst' Church Carol an 8:15: p. m. guest. Scout with a yellow light' bulb on and Marshall Gallop, one J I. Jerry and Randy Williams of Miss Soncee Rowton of Palatka I '
II CheruVChoirs.* Practice 3:45: p.Boy' m. CAP Cadets: Skytel, 7:30: p. m. Mrs, Al Watson won, the prize the side of his head. Place cards Service Stars; Kenneth Nooney year Starke' visited Mr. and Mrs. HenI I and George Hanks will be unitedin i LAKE GENEVA

W, Scout Troop 105, St. Anne's -. Tuesday, March 7: for having on her person some- were made from alphabetical Bob Cat Barry Wyman, Lion :r1' Williams, last week; j marriage Saturday, March 11, i
l- Parish House, 7:30: p m. First Baptist Women's Mission thing old, something nf'w. and j at l 4 *
macaroni. Favors were individual Badge;. John Muirr Lion Mr. and Mrs Dean Couch are p. m. The wedding will be
i1 Badge
DuPont Men's Bowling League, ary Union meets today. [Circles something blue. ornaments for each person, made Jimmy Wildt, Denner Bar ; theparents,/ of a baby boy born ]held! at the Episcopal Chinch in 'j Entrance Opposite Trailer
Roge
7; p. m., in Gainesville.Duplicate First Aid Meeting 7:30: p. m. i Lane'opened all her nice gifts, from cork, bottle caps. The;Den ; Fen: 24.Mj ]Palatka.A .
Smith
Assistant Denner Bar
Bridge Club, SectionWoman's Monthly meeting of Fire Department and everyone had a chance to Mother ; birthday Park, Rt. 100
I was Mrs. Doris S nder- Glen Monneyham, Bob Cat. and: Mrs. R. E. Mathews party for Cavin: O'-
1 v Club, 8 p.m. .admire them. A highlight of the evening and'' family, spent Friday i ic Jacksonville f Steen was. held Saturday; night. Phone *
Saturday March 4: Eastern Star Chapter 279 meeting Susan Davis won a prize! for land.Holidays was < with This was his '18th birthday.
during Mr.
Feburary formed and Mrs. Bill
,Catechism' Classes for Grades' 1- at 8 p. m. hers being the 18th gift; opened the theme used by Den Three Cubs the judging of articles made by Seaward School News Keystone Heights :U\30.'
"6/St William's, 10-11 'a: ?a.Walkers' : Cub Scouts Den 3. St Anne's' as Lanie is 18 years old. and their, fathers from a The t z
Flags were ;displayed in the center bag.of "junk" Mr.: and Mrs. Al monthly PTA meeting will ,
a' I given to each! member Lyford and Mr.
Boys Bowlers Palatka,; Parish House after school. After the gift opening, the 1 be held t\az\ :
iOa.m. ; of the table and cups holding several weeks ago by Pack- and, Mrs,>Shaw of Brewer Maine, Monday March 6. at 8 ;
;' ; > Brownies meet at St. William'sHall hostesses served refreshments. candy and! nuts were beside e chplace' master Belote.'. The bag contained recently'visited Mr. and Mrs. Lee p.: m. Members of FHA will be on.I L ..., .
J .Girls'- Bowling Team, Palatka, Shower guests included Mrs. = : 1. : ;
after school.
I .1 p',m. Men's, Bowling teams, Red- Amy McElrath, Mrs. C. J. :O'Con Mrs card. Den Mothers were wood wire, glue corks, and string, Williams.of Bridgeport;Conn, who I, ..... '--,- .' r) ,. ., ..'- ."! ,.,. 1/41 ..... _. -- -.
Helen .
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1 4'' and Mrs. and"'each Cub was told to: enlist are. spending, the winter here. .. I
O. E. S. Chapter 297, card party,, teams Belote's and O'Connor's i In nor, Mrs. Alex Brokas DIanne Stella 'Elmore. '
6,, p. m.:, Masonic HaU."Sunday .- league at Palatka.! Brokas; Mrs. George Schaefferi; Each the: aid; of his father in making Guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. F.

,.March 5: [Third, Sunday Wednesday, Mar. 8: Mary Ann Schaeffer, Miss Gertrude a covered family dish, and attending the brought sOQ1e,Item to' be displayed. at the Simmons last Saturday night included \QW w Ii' '
Cubs
., Of Lent] Cub Scouts Den 2, St. Anne'sParishHouse Houser. Miss Emma Kate hotdogs: buns provided banquet. Mrs,. Glenn Mr. and Mrs. 1 e l< .

: '-Attend your church in the A. MSt after school Mansfield Mrs N. W. ,Harden- After the hanrmpf, and John Cokes'Rime The "most original" titJewent Lee Williams. Mr and Mrs. Ray!;' ;\ J
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William's Choir Practice 12 Baptist Adult Choir Practice burgh, Susan Cook, Mrs. Kenneth Gainesville- -director-- ----- --the'- to-Dickie,Martin's entrya boxej Mathews, Mr. and Mr*. Dave ; t ,
of
Noon till 1 p. m. I 8:15: p. .m.Estrellita. Cooper [mother 'of the groom],'10f Florida Council of punching bag. A stationery set Ross, and Mr. and Mrs., Henry I
Concord Choir Practice First Boy shown by Donald Baker was Moose Gainesville.. c;
I Club meets this even- Mrs. Al Watson, Agnes Watson Scouts, presented the Cubs their judged most
ing. Mrs. Leslie Stephenson Mrs. Rotiert charter which practical; and the Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Fmn are
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was accepted by title of "zaniest" ..
'INSURANCEAutoFireCasualty Thursday, March 9p 'Jackson'[mother of the'bride], Rev Bill Breyfogle.. -, Nooney for his went to Kenneth" the parents of a baby boy born I ,1 furl'a

Community Church Choh Practice Mrs. Ida Glover April Mesko.Re- .Mr.-.SimS;also presented a ban- The "Flintstones" Car Feb. 12 in the Alachua General .
I ba Hall Becky Davis, Susan Davis banquet invocation was NEBRASKA
Bonds and Allied Lines 7:30 p. m. Mrs. Chuck Newman, and- ner to the :!Pack for 100 per ntsubscrip't1on brought by Rev. J. R. Smith, and .., r' .. ., "
f McKay's Women's Bowlers in to Boys Life, and a- 'the benediction Facial Hair
was said by Rev. .
Miss Iola'SnHer .
Reynolds Insurance League at Palatka, 9 p. m. of town ; all of Keystone.Out warded a plaque to the boys for Breyfogle. X. The State Capitol Building at Lincoln i is one of the mcsl /
guests included ,
W. L.Agency Reynolds Club Spring 8 Fashion m.BrideElect Show Woman's lLane's maternal grandmother lucky she Is j. ,smart. She was the, Conductress, Mrs. Phyllis Hussey? Gone'. Forever," modern. It houses the only one-c b a,be'R 1 he'iilaliLre 1:\\ ir ,

p. Lane Jackson Mrs. P. H. Haskins and her aunt winner in the pattern contest Associate Conductress, Mrs. Bea Medically Approved Methods the country. The 400-foot tower atop, the building ,'ea

1: Ph. 2442 2701 Honored At Shower ,Mrs. Hayden Haskins, of Ocala; I sponsored by the Keystone Wo- i trice Young; Treasurer. 'Mr s". The best, way to be seen for miles and miles across" the* prairie; :* n
Keystone Heights,.Fla. Lane's man's Club: The ladies Alop
n i paternal grandmother I who took' Theima Bunce Mrs: eliminate this'exces ? .. ..
; Secretary
Mrs. LeMee and t the
Lawrence I Mrs. Fred Leonhard,'and a for- part in the competition modeled Elizabeth Himble Sentinel,.'. *H.; $ hair problem tower is a 27-foot bronze statue, TJjfe. Sower! A,rou OJ -

t mer classmate Miss Judy Lesaw- their' 'creations at :-the. Peb.r".gl-' Edward Hiigsey;; Warder. Mrs.. Is"to'come, 'in'. -. seum in the west wing houses Indiana relies, ancfen
'H'
yer both of Starke. meeting of'the Garden Division of EcU h' ickleson.. request''profes and '
ZIKE DECORATING SHOPIn < ; guns pioneer musical instruments'. Herd's' of fwif*
Wedding Plans Announced the Woman's Club. 'Smithhad
MrS. Appointed Officers Marshal signal ,advlc+ ; A '"
; were: falo deer
and elk Pioneer'staric
a housed !
The wedding of Miss, Lane made herself a three-piec tf;ensemble rMrs. Vesta Aiken;' Chaplain case! analysis can y'determine' j are t at r 41.,.Vr- .. redge a1' th-

Wiggins Building Keystone Heights Jackson daughter of Capt. and Other ladies who* took Mrs Sara 'McDonald; Organist; how of the city. ,

t Mrs. Robert Jackson, to Pvt. Larry part were, Mrs. Sara McDonald; Mrs. Irene Daws; ; Star Points: to cope with your

Cooper son of Mr, and. Mrs. Mrs. William B. Dawson and Mrs.George.7.eBlanc..Had'this'bpen' Ada, Mrs. hair condition.There .
Georgia Murrhee
PAINTS AND ., Kenneth Cooper, all Keystone a" Mrs: Bertha Ward; Esther;, Ruth Mrs iV 'no .. THE KEYSTOp STflTf i !q W
<[(u] POID! > Heights, will take place Saturday .contest in !creative millinery: ''we GlorIa'Murrh e; Martha: Miss''charge fot con- E. Dwyer

-..- .. PAINTING AIDS evening, March. 18 t, at St.. Anne's know; that Mrs. LeBlanc 'would 'Max'ine. Jones; and Electa, Mrs. aultarion. r
Q1II.IUSoII Episcopal Church, at 7 o'clock.; have been the winner. Irene Williams. EDMUND. DWYER MEMBER F.D.I.C.

Friends of the couple'are'. ." in. Fashion Show To Last CallLast Electrologist A Friendly Bank in A Friendly Community, i

Wall Paper Samples I'Meat vited. Information. School, Be.EntjnV On: Tliu? day Event March 9, the' -- Call for, the.Eastern Star-, ((17 Years Experience) : Keystone Heights, If'j.! ; T

sponsored card party. The place:. r 107 W, Univ. Aver Gainesville
This is an advance notice. The Keystone, B eigh Woman's
$s Club :
We Do Papering and Painting Clay County Home DemonstrationClub will hold iit|; annual Spring;, F sh'- March Masonic 4,Hall at'8; the o'clock.time. S turc aY'I Call FR. 2-g39, for appointment- .

will Meat-Infor iqn Show. This theme .. I.
sponsor1
a yearthe play of bridge canasta ,. '
FREE Estimates Phone. Keystone 4505, mation School on Tuesday,' April' will be "Through the Looking-' nochle will comprise the,' eveningof or 1" ,, '- ........., ... '"'1 t\ \ ... ,

4/from 9:30: a. m, 'tov 3;;I. mTlt: ,Glass::" All [sorts of costumes.,., ,willIpe"'mqdled fun i I

', .. ,.. .., .. '. "- :..-, will be'open to the.gen'eral pu Uc; and this includes refreshments supplemented and table with and good door -g'

'- -, Admission' will be free. The school bathing sdjts.\ The gentlemen are prizes. Since the donation is only { We Ford Dealers say: :
;
I will lj'e: held at the, Extension Service as welcome; as the ladies. 'Admission 50 cents the 'committee would f *' ,- } -t; ,,
McKay At Keystone Office in the Clay County will be 125.;; : :'
appreciate -
players providing their ,
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J Court House Annex, Green Cove Naturally-/ everyone wants to own cards. In the event havea f" ,'" r f' 4
you '
LAKE BROOKLYN Full 100 ft. tot, $2150, \4 Springs. know who will be in the show so card table that they might use. ,":;:,1., ..: "//j; YQ1Ifl .
Annual Silver we, will give the lists it
Tea Mrs. W. D, would call the llll i
down, 5y yrs. to pay, 6 per cent interest. Andrewson.1: Mrs.. Ed you committee a' VI c ? "
Conneen,
The Annual Seated Tea, members before .'
Silver Friday evening, I .. J ,
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sponsored by Community, ChurchWomen Mrs: E/R. FoX, Mrs GeorgeLe: so' they, might pick up same on ,' ..:;" : _...:_ "
will be held) }in educe' Rue, Miss Suzanne, LaMee; ;'Mrs. Saturday : L'-,-.. -----,--,-'W------------_------ -----------...--.._'f- -
the morning? eouirlvoatclla
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We have a lot of good properties, at investment prices: 'tibnal i building of-the Community Sara'JVtcponald. } Mrs. Herbert'Nel Chapter officers and members ,' .::..i". ..' :, a- ilcioisdttJ..W _--/

__ i and good terms. Come over and buy sump'n. Very little Church of Keystone I Heights; at son/Mls6 April Mesko, Miss Mary are desirous of knowing the wishes :":. ,!." .,, I' '' ( ,'

t 2 p. m. Thursday March 16.. 'AJl Ann Schaefer* and Miss Nancy of the folks of this area pend- p 3 _
high pressure! thou.. allof Keystone Heights': '., :
ladies of Keystone Heights aj'd ing their decision to make this a ::-: .-
Qo. of-town models will be Mrs; V I, .
those living in surrouridlHg'tywnsare monthly project, so come prepared : />l ';
4 cordially invited, to att l nd A Kenny-: Adams; Miss BarbaraJ3cftsihgton. So
express your views. This will}
i. S. E. McKAY REALTOR special invitation is ext\ nd 4; to .' Miss Becky Brice, eriab1e''the, committee, to make. \ .
Mrs. Carpenter; Mrs. "
winter visitors. Thomas plans. J4

..- >.,, ,.... .-....,'..""-.""' ---- It will be necessary to..ma.kere': 'Jgredj.Conef.Miss Miss Libby Edwards: ; The aim of the committee is the {: ;: ,'.., can b e atet" 1 > I
r
Associates: Mrs. M. Ilgen & Irene Brault servations in advance, and those Parrish Anna all Ensign of Gainesville, and Miss Betty Also :enjoyment' of the most' people sp: '... : .-.fo. '., ..

who plan to attend are advised to : 'come by ones twos, threes, or 'a

Keystone Heights, 3071, 2391 & 4151 ., call Mrs. Barry Wyman at 2983. Mrs: E. F. Aiken of Melrose, MissJudy complete table, as substitutes orfilLin.

.. You'; ,A Lucky, Lady, MrsSmlth! Brady; Miss Rettai Garish] players will be .available. A f fI
Miss Elizabeth Ann McLean, and
Mrs. J. R. Smith is not only good time is assured all. Noncardplayers
., Miss Cherry Metlzer all of Pa- I
I
mar, bring their
own
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4 KEYSTONE HEIGHTS. MELROSE latka Starke.Not, only and will Mrs.you Junius see a Smith'of wonderful special evening Personal game; ;and, still,, have. nice I I 1 I I I


show but you will get door
'Mr.. and Mr W. B. Dawson
prizes too! There will be lots of have f
just
_ returned from* Pem-

r BUSINESS DIRECTORY valuable'prizes! ,brcjke., Ga., where they visited,I I
Sorry, we missed '
some of the
i ; model's names: Mrs. Olive Stevens lrtrt Dawson's' parents;, Mf. a rid I, a''L- I
Mrs. L. '
Joseph Green.
of Keystone; Mrs. Ralph Thomas Take a,Challene Ride-Get our Special March Challenge Deal! :
Mist Patty McGlave is recuperating ? -
of Gainesville, and :
fA.PPLIANCE T'VGIFTSTOYS $ Miss Nita
LUMBER +
at home 'after 4 tonsilec-
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Tilghmari i :
of Palatka. "
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,< tomy. t* 1961Gola' ttl I
.. Eastern Star Installation teyw SEE HOW MUCH MORE
rRedfearn's Appliances:' San Le b ydo Lumber Keystone Mrs., Qscar Rip pas bqgn hiBradford pert dim V4 pDw.r-P'H.ifor.uc. 7'

!i* :'. HOTPOINT APPLIANCES I ena.1" I Co._ der of. Eastern Heights'Star, Chapter Installed, Of-the ing"a bout County'wfth pnfiumonja HospiJaJ' .fif, ..:. fitIttrkN ear lrIIdllf'C.llftrt ea the reriwH Caapvt with hs YOU GET FOR YOUR TRADE' .I'i I ,

r *i 'l\ aytar Washers and Dryer We Specialize l in Custom elected and appointed officers for f 4 r* l .-t COTS s

f i f '. Zenith T. V I I t Extra LQa th9 1961 at a colorful, and interesting Mrs. E. A. Ha rt1Q Teas expected! esdi," teerd t; re, ,w.... JII 1W._ {' WITH! OUR SPECIAL 1rter I

1 Service, On All JVIakea. J J /7. I) C7 Kiln Dried Pine S Building. service enjoyed "by a great manyrelatiQes QQl1} f IR i ar bar U tifrfy[ DIUJ- t* teb: un -

4 ;.;Ike yione Heights Phone: 4252 J1J Jot Ii I Materials -- and friends on :Tuesdayevening. peal this week,after a stay'-of about -tJ.t''f yip a MARCH CHALLENGE DEAL I

*1 '..J't If ( fc r ..*y w-9. ', Cement-Mortar Mix .Sheet Rock Feb.' 21, at Melrose Masonic three weeks. -I' & I price, -. -rur*

FLORIST Largest & Most Complete SelK'-l\lm', on Hyiv. 81 at SBddlebarg[ Temple in Keystone} Mrs. Paul Harv| ,, o|. Kiroe ( _
TOUT u rite 1961fine car! But before Before. 'decide
"_ .. tlon of Greeting Card and Toys|s....Phone. -: BU..y%- 1n Installing officers were;' Past- Feather Court I is.still ,in Bradford 'peal I hundreds: 'more;take our Cakrie.QiillcngeKSia you you takf.QM -

In This Area I PACKAGE STORE Grand Matron of the State: .of County Hospital at:this.writing. f' imf compare.'yoa'U' find no other fine car can ,

Edna Williams I Keystone Heights t -I .Florida, Mrs. Verna Brice, Assoqi-, i Mr. and Mr : Bin Lee attended Batch that Thunderbird spirit and spice at the low FORD t ,

ate- Pas-,Grand, Patron;Vincent the,..TtPenBett4{Anztitah Mamt\: Itt-f ,tSiC l&i.,Nd'otBer fine car'can cut your operating;

FLORIS ,-!\URSERVFLOWERS HARDWARE ShaughanessjL's.PAJCKAGE Brice; Grand., Treasurer of State ten.aUQ aioilt S1io>w:.tD1nner r ,.l>
ji i' STORE of Florida Mrs. ,Mary Laupa: KZ.AAdtQrjum in.' ,:IJIamL Feb : wAtBf( 'i ui enjoyed your Cikiie Qiallf! .

.. For All Occasions, OPEN 8 AJL-12 131 DAILY Johnson: acting as.Grind7 Marshal 1722. 1 Bide '. '. we' ask you to compare our CalaueCt CHALLENGE RIDE '

'!Melrose Phone: '(JR 5-2331 Odom's, Hardware &j CLOSED SUNDAYS' ;,,Past District Grand Instruc Mrs: Sam'Gardner arrived home ..-,Ifenp list n-'f.Y u name' "it-car or deal-Caique, ...'. .

'GA8--nOTrtED I Keystone' l\lelro IDPW8'1 tress, Mr?. Esther; Hall, actiniasGrand on' Banday, morning) :.ifter a. visJt.iith1 i[ it' a,+ ,14 :J'ulERWI' I.UI_-
Supply : Chaplain; and Grand h : new'': '''
Organist ... .grandson t, Ra rai
HARDWAREPAINT REAL ESTATE Mrs,,Imo Williams. teinl'-q; al!'t 'DrsBg, ji. C,, 'f j jnus J
Keystone Gas Co. Elected Officers Is the first grandchild for .
Cement Blocks Red }llx Were Worthy :,! ]I ; E6A
C. J. Pete O'ConnorREALTOB Matron, Mrs. Beatrice tae MPT9
Cement I Schroeder! ; Gardnerjs.. { ; I}.
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.1) ; ,
24 SERVICE
qOUft: : Sinclair Kerosene and Fuel Oil Worthy Patron' Ralph Crawford; Mrs. Bert Christoffers.. Jr.; left .

PHONE 4351 Meter Service r REAL ESTATE-MORTGAGES Associate Matron. MrS. Ernestine for-Port Bragf..iSr C* on-Sunday, <. ; 20iW..MADISRtI i S:r.. ST

Franchised Ijttributor.,o(; j Melrose Phone GR 5-5421.; APPRAISALS Eisenacker, [unable:'to attend due to meet her"hew grandson. Rand .. : .. : I ffJ.:

.{ .1!. SAF-GA j Keystone Heights, Phone 4297 to serious illniess 'in family: ,Associate EdfLstetaI!. Mrs'Christoffers Is > + -=, Check Your Ford Dealer/. ; ? Money-Saving March Fakon Deak To

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rII .THURSDAY- MARCH 2, 1961. BRADFORD: COtJNTT TELEGRAPH," STARKE, FLORIDA __ _' .4. V V__ ___ .____?..4d8tf ftt,'.
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VYvyvyyvvyyyytttttYiKEftNE' I Order. __ St. WlIllam'B Cithollc Chapel .YYYYYYYY yyy'ftfff''.. andl, family and Regina Harrellwfcr thfll 'f things wen-1\ V Wey.fPpen-4\-. I VYvYvVVYVYYYYYVVYVVYVV' I flemem4Je Hear of Fbrida

e 'Mrs. JElizabeth HiTntjlejr president Keystone Heights ? wfekend jiuests of Mr. and instead,,$f letting us, learn theutthe I I Yoftth raJ1I) m:: iru;, a,

V ; Mis. Irene Williams vice .- ... lHKR1s's Mrs. Jimmy Whittle and family, best waV, we can-if. at alj. FINE J LEVEt tl r''I J/ontrosfc: B4st: t Burch in lake

HG4IiIGHTStflyyyur,4ylrtryYyyuryyyyyy J I president:- Mrs. Beatrice Schroeder SSnffly MISIJ f) ..m V : .jka! Mrs. Bobby.)Brannum After all, :>' ."are supposed tb I City this Fhdii nigh ,
Holyday.Mass at 7:00
treasurer; and Mrs. BeafffSe : a. m. ft* / IfIff
PalatkalitgrfOvernigTif ftiestsof hlte I __ ._ _
Young, secretary. J Tuesday: .Maw at 8OU: ) a. m. By Ruth. GrlfflrV ths.nejrsy.j -J 5F ify Geraldine! Fender]
any of Stf .
Contact jV '' e1AAAAAAAAALI4k&AI&A4LA* : Sfifl Mr* Elrl Green Sturiy. t'&slLrcjnlmber
C sbefore all MasM& .j: Homecoming tk.ml
these it yoU d1JL., RfflT
ihE
or members .
officers PONI ftC thi'
VS *I.,,High ind Church 01
\; (Continued rroin Preceding: Page) SapnsmSjmarriages: and intrucwons YS"' teiicks ]
: would like to \ .J .'
join. Mrs. Mattie Ba'4y visffpj Mrs, i wig write. Come to and **
1 I : V by appointment. The Missed Hazel andPhWijjspf EbzAJeth ; iunda.y/.ifafch t6. ,Plan now to Rev4 W. E. ilau' dElii ied"n.' IOU
; the patem'fia.ndmother. and it ;,'I Boy Scout- Troop Formed V i G lnv1le1s1ted- LheuJ:4je\ Browning, in. the Hospital in 6 ie.Jhere.i.,; 4 f ,] i j--n J $'. tanimaea 1 IcH':W ta&ailt ESTERBEOOSFountlfn
Is likewise .the' first grandchild The! new den of Webelos wjjli FIRST bAPTIST CHIc3YSTovE t IStarke Sunday. .. .. ,,Wet- : V % + 1 l tfiessage =?unay. "eI Fen. TELEGRAPH
I atmt WMl XhcetvJfiis, recently.i f jjlatrves :. | !e, JiftdSV7 p. tept"ctr I to
meet i 6:3b % ere ,Iad ft a large,_number -
i Friday, March 3, from : Towns4 t
for the Ch Iscners. HEIGHTS. Jiep; JrE. + waa.isfti lupdax School. agaln last Sunday"\ I I J l
StjSr' .eJP\\: hlmtAq m Sunday nvlte all !
.School.varij
till 7:30: at St. Anne's ParfsliI A \\ i'eacli | I ---
V We see by'trie: local( Rotary news I I I House. The WebelosJ are the s'eletweezi J;. It Smith, pastor, ,Ralph}I 01 kso'MlUe i te .r llf, IJ16 3 in Pomtfano V Sunlu -I"Tjn! of .theje w ere fisitprs"? j but! It ; the visitoVs..tg come again. MftfcHELL'S"Family:
that Col. Join) MacDowall attended J { Music" ind of her mother, Mrs. Lacy Wynn. %' .- l t' P etefn..we aTradu.jjz b&Udg :- I :
i 1 I Minister of ? : : :
meeting f Cubs and Boy Sc iits. A ? j I tr:?. C. J. Teuton* children I tdOe old ? M!', Afinai tarlingi has" been InV
a of the Rotary OJI r:. f2antst I Mrs. Floy Sultlyan has rejturried 'J.OO. 1iack.ip; .our .Bumper agal l:1 f j : : t'o twear Spt"CIaUst"I
Club in JajpuV, India a few weeks sort of intermediate stdge. .[rvl.. Sunday. School. p:45: II from Rivelsidt Hospital in Jack- and Mrs. Eacfjh>lk .were .liiV .ji!-wrfgn.Keveryone has has'*I Doctor* Hoppltal ang i isjj 1 nof '. at1 I I Jatmn. Shoes for Men *.

ago. Proof fo'at "Rotary Inter- Barry Wyman: 1 isj! in chfrge f ftle I I a. m!, r to]hing Worship.,iQj.i5lfm. ; d I \ ajfTd' f slowly rejjaininf'4f:; Starke and Gainesville on busmess measleSjH.munips i ; ;.flUf and all of home recovering from an appenjjl 'I : .". .Jarn n J r. for Boys! ..

jflf;!.' national" Jive's: up to its name. Webelos.; and they, ,will meet .'fl'aiI1)I1g Union, 6SO: 5. i&.-.thc senIij .... ., '- i jSaiiFd..: r. ,.'t the babieswe are elpecting4 1!f l em. .... .'f. .. Rhythm Step, Vitality for LadieaOrtho'pedie'
!. Mrs. J. 'R. Smith", who was (Ke every Fri" y.j6:30: p. m. in St. An EvenlnT services 7:30 p. re. : R. M. Hersey Jr. wa t$_.. pj1ttglto ,M b s of thej .Hcarie Dlmo&tration the.naLfuture. we cati get back ;_, Mrs H. M..MeRa wa ,the Sun-1 Shoes for Infants 2
'1' winner in IKe L6"cal pattern con: ne's fafSH House.Offfiafia .. --.--- Bradford:! County Hospital last I Club |p la. their weekly \\q: ol llub'bt.r agaiTlje'r-
J/; "; test sponsored by the Keystone ; we might.. observe fKNlffCHlrt P1SCOP.u week for observation and treat-' Sewing Woikshop' at..the,homofMrs. mar s wot|. .the, banner thi\t.t1me,,, W. MeRSe., ..
1 ..<' Heights Woman's Club, will go to 1,that t St. Anne's Parish House is'likelY n, MELROSE. t. meHt.Ocrr.. Dave Gre'ejL1 lap j'tufjaay. sq, the Juniors i didn't l liold! this -.-- -" -

.,., (V the Regional competition'. l ih .Alac4T f ,' the" b\istesfc little place in t eommunUyn- ra3oeneiarecently !V VS .Mrj:: ani: -'Mrs. P 14. yickery i auEfcvid "bj'nr' .4O'icik. ., I I -S
'., chua, on Monday, March' Good j I town! Sundays 10 an.., Church': by two death irljtffl! of DeFufifaTt Spiihgs visited Rev. Man I'hi Stedham will Sc. !; S
.. luck. Flossie! I j' School. uia am., Morning Pray- near our tomiftuhify-Mrs.- Iwshiawjndell Mr.., and* JIfS: Bsfrl 1 Green dom preach for Us af .Highland Chw'ch''

',1 ''I Efttrellita Club Notes COt1ITY; CHURCH ei and Sermon (First Sunday::1 1 J and Tboifias.Triest.-THeV. Wednesday V to Saturday last week. next Sunday, Come and worship! 1r -

: V:" i The regular monthly; ,meeting. I!''I KEtST(6NE HfeftJHTS'Hr. Holy Communion). 6pm. Episcopal .I both jeaVe a lipsl ,of friends. ,,andrelatives E. W. Hodges of Amcricus: Ga. with us..H S V rt j jt 5/c V J V S '

II jJ of Estrellit JL plub will be Wedriesday Afc: : n1 f. Jlinfcter Young Churchmen. t In this area l fo ,mourn visited Mr. and Mrs. Evan Hodges ->Le1neQ: Sunday i J ..SV tJ ii '11 }
II March .atjhe home of Mr 'IIII Holy Days __ 10 a. m..- tioly ir.1oss. ,, SuWay; .night/ ': ,V V : L. V Norm.an.. in the hospital again,$f fh"cf I
lIrs. 3. L.. n tli"fJnrtorlOfianist i u': I a :
1 Arthur Loekwoodf on A-oad laO, and Choir Director.Sunfay Communion. t", ir. .; 1.!... Z" ., d ll1y] p ;.:fisa.Sh'lrley 5Geviz1te&! Mrs also missed Robert from our' lIttle' as V
I:i 1 near Keystone V Eg? q boj'rative. SchooL 9.30 a. Morning I x The Rev. Millard II.. Br 1y ogle I have .fe Jurnecl home( ,from a visit :Charles Pe ry,and Mrs. Dbu Cornwell Sunday School class. JJe'ps out :P :
Mrs. Arthur' .Mannering will b'e m. i Vicar. V : : relatvte.U Miami." f in bainesvill6 Thursdaynight due to mumps.Jtfs$ !.D/hoie" Phillips I
V wit.1t.r;
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a.e ; .
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Worship,. 11:00 a. m I t M< ., J2O1Q
J assistant hostess. : I has 1
.flu. .
.Mr.tid' recovered.rpni itbl.I
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\ .C'J: ,. Ur ; P .f h1lipsi'
\; 4 q| .: Previous S news J item's have: explained ;' ST. ANNE'S! EVS'Q13LcuIf ') hRST 'MfiTllbDIST. CHURCH i .. BjU:, !idreturned: Jrpin ,ltff'lI ,,tMr. an(Mrs. J.V T...Taylor. .and i I was at church Sunday 'suffering i' \ 1,
that tlje Eitrellita Club !is KEYSTONE i MELROSEV I t er. v it ng' re4tIve3.t )Jndf baby of Palatka sp nt. Saturday front an attack of, pleurisy Nellie ; i

I II'' the wrtrkirfs organizatioh of ih> Sunday' 9:45: a. m, Ch'ufcn I j f I looking! after t business 'Interests night. .-,..with. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Wilkinson was alSo a pleurisy.vic- ; ImbtUan.

Fraternal brd iof Eastern Star, Sundays -'9:30: a- m., Chufch School for. all ages. 11 a, ni, thrL .. p Ma'rkey.Mrs. ,., tim.- 1 1 tfr $ V
and is the dynamic force that chool. Morning Morning \ = ; Al Rain of Archer visftedWs. We wonder how many of. soew i
;. 9:3Q; a., m., Worship. 6:30: p. m... E; Eo .Tri'est and. J n es.GniWii A. V you I Ievq
1 1V provides the! .nucfeus and inpirI Payerand w Sermon Jlst .Sfln'flay( Youth Fellowship. ; w re in TallaKajsee'' ." V /f Mamie Hodges Mohdayafteraoon.v thought just how. many. l'D-1 ,G1st t

atlon fortp,et new, temple aid the Holy Communion]. 6 p .m. Epls- 7 tveciri daj. 7:3'o"p.. m.. Bible" b'usJries :Jlalt',1Tlday. j.'J: f.t / .(... ,! fessionsj labj* grOjiEJ ar :Je* t
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J: new chapter .. iopai Young CKurclimeri.Holy Study and Prayer IMeeHng : ofGainesville : llrs. ,Bro e Conerit of Ha ue pI esentef: in any church (.congre V
i -: ;., .. .M ,,.ai4. Mrs! is. JPh\lUpi. .;..
: I Eastern st t Members fiom: far f ,Days. 7:30: a. m-, Holy Rev- Ted Springer; Pastoi.HAPTON" ) l vfdjcd\ Mravd:Mrs. spent, Friday with Mrs. MattieSowell. gation. We thought about this PREMIUM 3'T.NNLOm ;

'} and wide have worked well thse : Communion. J E.E.!: Tries! a nd family last Sat l .. V after returning..,homl gunoay,1!

I ,11. past six years, and membershipIs Third Wednesday Parish 'I" ... ; .... i: t.1".YY urday.( S;Uts.Jimrni Whittle,and / mily and without akjng..a ', complete i I ; !
open tQu.1; past or piesettt Cohered Dish Supper) 6 6f 8:30p. : YYYY YYYYY .YY .Y. :,: and. 'fc .Mr V .M.S .L p5knamand &:\+! of Jacksonville and Mrs. \'. E. inventory f igured. that the;fo1lQviing i .

J L members. They., ire invited to this : m. Rey family, wer dinner? Quests. />t :6lgiam' jj.. and ,fami&wnt to were i preSeniedJf Highla'ndi; 'I I
Custom-Super Oiidhion
r meeting. Th clrfb his ,much work I The Rev. Mllfard H. Bl eyloge. Mr., ,.ani Mrs. .S.. E.:: .4BrQ-.fpaTid; ( P6nte, Vedra' Country Club Sunday Church services\ ; preachers,,teachers -
) I. ahead of it for the good of the ; Vicar. V .Wauburg In I for the day.- lawyers, merchants,1' farmers ;; S "nth
I II at
family Camp
.. ... .. r. Nationwide 21
> 1. VI 0 a ilicahopy last! Prfday Miss Linda Jolliff of Columbus, [both chicken and dirt fa'rmers,1)
_ I --V. -- Fy 1\lrs. D. E. Hfll night.
:'; .. sifln. & Jae !)on'tfi VS I pijto} Mss} .Nancy Headier of cattlemen musicians, nurses, Road Hazard Guarantee,
&&&.&&&&&&.&44&&a I pittsburgh Pa., and, MiSa Linda homemakers. Masons (lodge members -
,-_. V spent the vte 1 l.with.., his cousin : AH atw Goodyear autoMolDe tjrti ire guaranteed by writtfll W *
More New Desks VAt M. L. Packham Jr I Green all s"&derjf: $. ai4Fl6rida i ii ], and masons by trade, carpefiWrsy tifkste against adrmfl Road.Hazards-i.e.,blowouU, fabric breAki.
N -- Hampton Mrs. Clyde Hall honored Mr. i Southern College fnLskflan lectrisians, a justice of ; CUD tetepf repairabli: 'i'Guarantee limited to .-isiul
Elementary Hall with birthday last,I were weekend guests of Mr. and the peace, reforestation antf pulpj; j! DwiS ir lot cumber of months specified.
Twenty-eight a supper
_ more new deskswere ; Their children, Mrs. Earl Green. wood men. This is not complete I! A.f Goodyear dealer will repair.,without chirp, or mib sIIe!! ..
\ put in use at Hampton Ele- Thursday night. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Tay'or and I know so if your business was tact on aew tire based oa original trUd depth rtmaiaio| ud eftSRC .
Y\1' mehtary School Wst together \'o1t11heir1 mlH b, were Prics.
wee Nearly MM 'Gody.w
lO completing the project' of reilac-present to celebrate'l ; this-- hSPPYi faffifly Sh3:i Mr. ar0 Mrs. B(5bby"( !feft'..Sit, 'J$st fell l us I65ut it thll t
1 \ I 1 Brannum ani daughter, all 61 Sunday ani we will recognize' you
in occasion.
Yi\"l\ all style
\ old] desks" at the .GD A'
sctool. I .. Palatka, were visiting Mr.. and next time. .t V
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sttt ( Mrs. Roy Green ovfr the.wcekend.Mrs. ,
-y I All but ap'pWim'ately"' .12 desks, 4 several -- NOhllIO t Oft GOODYEAR TIRES THAN ON M OTHER IONPQOODMA1
in the fourth anfl \ n."iiffFV"- Rtattie Bar17.nt aS
fifth'gfade
r % day with Mr. and Mrs Ettorf ,.,
room, are now at least the modern
J JII Hardy and family in Starke last 1Di.0 Service
p f 0 WL1_ movable type, Principal J. C. week. I Station
Hobbs said this week, if not com- By Em* BlaneMfd '- V ;
ahd Sifs. S
Mr rrf jpdards of
I 1 pletely new. 1 .. fr t'A t.ft ; lillI V EER If ( OD IAN
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1 .. Jacs6nvillwere,,weekend guestsof 1 1i ,
&A. .A&&A. & & "V
I pe PTA xecu"tivfe, boat met at! i I < Mrs, $tie E wards We ,. UrS t 301 at Soufi l\ty rim I.
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: meeting 3 fr m. Thursday of the to HamptoVt plan the PTA.next la..A S .1 ,of_ Jhe ?Ajethodist' Mrs:. T..V.. Malk{ i. JXt. Mary 1 ; ''', ;rili 'it..JJ; T .-T p rr' .1 *<-;; % T J V
met Tuesday faght of.lLt l ,
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brew and Mrs. Rutfr Hodges .. .
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The main business for this coming the home of Mrs.. Orville I -
in
visited Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gieen
) fin* .' ,.: meeting will b J the adoption ofbylaws' Bumgamer. Mrs. G. W. Roberts,

J: qu for the organii 1on. Mrs. .Effie Miner and Mrs. R.. E. Palatka Mrs. Iva last Friday.Douglas spe'iil V 'last I VVV

School holidays: scheduled'. Jhis Lee, and Mrs. Bumgarner piesent-: weete Jacksomille. with MI. and : ; SPECIALN'OTICK
oI" month include two days, :Thursdayand ed .ttie .<;losing chapters pf the Mrs.. Low6ff Dbtiflas.
I 'ri when teachers will attend the Mrs. H. C. Wainwriht, Mrs.. .Ed : p
L WedrdyMr. .. '
II I f sfafe fr'EA meetfh In JfackSbn': [Difrban. Mrs. J. C, T); ', Mrs-,,Eu- ..,in and Gainesville Wfrsv;W. E.B igham Jr. Tdi o M 9WNili* ; I

II I ville. The traditional. spring holiday -I gne.e .rs? ,Mrs. EI.r flJjnrs. &, .. .
Jimmy.AVhil.ye
I I on Good Friday wilfb'e od, .A. H. H'arley, Mrs'.'H.C.Ki-. saw aijd,Mr.Fred>andMwi Waring and -The Pennsylvanians -, .. ..' S ... ". or 1. 5, -V_- V_ ,. I -

,PHONE S March 31 this year, with school 1 jly, Mrs. Mae,Wells, and 1A1.ss., En- at the Coliseum} in. J I s-I 4 V

r J tv'O' 4-3101 I out and that faculty.,day for both: students I served za Blanch by ,the rd.,hosess.A salad I.course was. V .Jacksonville Landscaping.'Saturday Lecture niglit. V Homesteaders' TF6r you i V tiutt Have been a receiving V <1-lomeAtead< \ Exemption .

Personals, Mr. and Mrs. H' C. Wainwright _.Van,Dukes of Lake,Cutler '!i lgi'Y.e ; in previous jreslrs and(have not $ret returned !tfie application
V ,Alrs. T.F. Brxwn and M>. .and. dlnn honoring .
gave a Sunday J
V a' lecture: on "Lndseapiiig'atthe wnicn was msiileH o9 January Isf/ t please sign and
Mrs. Emory Brown and children several members 'of. the,. ,family Center Friday you / re

if ., Office and School Supplies drove to Jacksonville Sunday to whose birthdays are in'FeruarylTaking : night" Community March 3,'. at. 8 o'clock. turn saffiff oltof'bfifftte Ajril 1st fhiii\ The only Way in which
visit Mr. and Mrs.
Frank'Brown1Mr. and ; part: in this affaMrs. '>'f e # :Everyone!: interested is imited f 6 tou Will be erititlea i to thE (ri tioTi'b'ene'fifs.For" t .
and Mrs. M. whi! head: Rebel Rhoden, Mkwriglxt's ...Wa1 'f attend. x .
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IJ BRADFORD County TELEGRAPH childfen have moved info their sister of Ocala Mr tl-nd Weekend Revival. V J d 4'J :1 -, .
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....... new the south'side'home recently of Completed on Mrs..W. Durban and;daughters! i 'There- will be'a weekentl v revival ; the ,homeowners who ire expecting I the Homestead. : ; benefitsfor
I, ._ \ %. tPO.\ _..- p.. -fJ' Starke.. tniceVanLLlsa.: !. Rev. 1'1'.i VJaM- at. Dedatf Baptist Church Ma'rch kJ!
--- --- -- %." ..,V ... Il field.of Gainesville,/Mr.,ajirf Mrs, Std..and 5i, The services will be tfie first: time are urgectto ofing'youf deed bV ihTax As

... G. W. Roberts .:and kMrs. Geprg'e, sessor's for tiorrlesieaaers
l. conducted by Rev W. P. McEIroy, Office. The ,requirement new( are:
Estes. Clyde Wdfnrfght) ,' WIQS paitpr of Hampton BaptistChurch. I

birthday 6'e.se was. this date, couid' .not ... Services will begin each Your deed'must nave been recorded 1 cfn or before January

I t w ,. ., f night at 7:30.: V
: .,.New officers of the PTA 4s: [ ) :t.A5 ". VtS S V 1st. .
..... follows: Mrs. R. E- Lee, presilef ;. 'Y1'Yt: .' 7 V...rv.IHILL \ k..... ..ji., ii 4ta*
.. -- Mrs. Eugene Pearson vice, 'Presj?'' --' You must have been a resident; adliin-g;; on the,property
..., -:- dent; Mrs. J. C. Tye. se.Tretary;; CLAY

J ;., ." aid Mrs. Joyce Futch ,treasurer ,> as of January 1st S VV '

..... t'rl M--. Lonnie. 'Roberts/ St. Ge !geGa. j By 3In. J. L. StricMnnd f .M H&USEHOLDGOODS, AND PERSONAL EFFECT ..,-* Aeco'rdfeg to Sec-
jisitfd siste/.JUrjl {
,::. .. ; ; : ; : : .E\\p .HOl .19&: .tl Florida Statutes which tfwfds
"\.'. Kliiier! and.other relatives ,durihiJ! .A&A&4&AA&A.&A.. A ( 1941', provided t Household and Per$0nal -

"" V V V .} the; weefc ,. ?. ,. 44. JiW Effectse. assessed,. there,is _a $1000, Exemption! on .!thisjproperly as mentioned -
\ : V : ...Mr 4azd, Mr fj/ ,Pau\4 ,.Dinkins! l Miss Murch, our county nurse, aboV tfe (itiet&fat fall 1 thAt the'faifest 'ant- most editable fay to assess

4 and son,.David. spent the weeklnd and the new welfare worker were I this Is By the s'cale' listed below: :
r with Mr. and L.V calling oh t 115!. in 'His (foltonYun-' .
Mrs. P. DinkinsafidKlrl V
: 'J.m. C. tiJarU/: ity last weel ? .oJ __ 'I' ialud/iori, / Toal? %i 4 fftluatidn' j J L ', ': / ,..,k ;i lab e
Clarence of Home of P'ropertyin fXnfpllOn
Personal Valuation
Mr.: and .14rS; S. C., Hartey and'JJ&Ck.0 Richard and Lang returned -
ft | } *? from State Fair in Homestead ,) V
the
grandoaugljfeii) w';re! .;, ... L : VV r

:yifle: ],,; and Sijnday MrsS. afternoon.Ci, Harley.,)*\itingMr .1;., Tampa stand Grace lasl!wek Lang, went rfrt we-under-Tampa .QQ Ot) I?' .11 fobo : iob& i ;:a 1."Joo.oo<

a&J..Jhelt 11gdi&born .. fd.LtQ4e; for a visit. j 2000 to 2900 11 O 1600" 100

F ; V .; ___ II Feb. 22 at Baptist Hospital. We had been missing Ruth, 3000 to 3900 1150 1000 150

I I! JflV ifr., aM Mrs. Jact'BrVss S!l am. Marr from Sunday School and ; 4QQO to 49() .. 120Q V 1000 200 .

children J vejM'vecLhet !,.,.froJa'cisonville. % church, but she was back with us I. 5 000,'f fo 5900 V V ,125J 1000 250

) : 1 'fl1 They tare residing .ai again last Sunday and' says'she V '600'0 to 6900 1300 1000 300
present)in[,the hpme!; of thj late J.; has been having a time with 700Q fd' 7SpO 1350 V -1000loooi 350

4 1j.t 1--- V 'jk; ::1:1a home H.w Moore. They; are"erechn:. a I it flu all, measles off':"'a,,new mumps baby,. and-to, weighing top I 8000 'to' '8900' 1400 ic O; /. S 400 '

,. ani1wlil soon JV occuping J .900Q to 99QQ 1450 .
450
j 1kj It! Wl : about nine pounds. If thsisn'tenough } V V
are glad .td.< wifcome them: V V
V ., 10009 t tl( 10900( 1500 1000' -
1 borne. Mrs. Brasscl.i.the daugh- to keep one ._ home, we.would 500
!I tip of i Xfe: aWilk. Truby 'wJftt-. like to know what else it, !: ;, ;: '

i Lf\\\J\ \ \ wright.V would take! W-. I PERSOJ4AL PR m*lEIftY. TAXV RETURNS: Every person,
younl r
V We had another lady at
T ] : Miss 'Arthurine Blanchjarji\ spent 4 j'
_ 1 I,.n" weekend with Misj Eiz&Blanchard. church last Sunday for the first II firm or corporation Wnfng oV having control, management J or.f.ftirf

\ ? c a$ ..*. J time-the infant daughter of Mr. Q| Tangible personal Property of whatsoever Character, .,
: Mrs.'Uda Austin about three
and
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r. Mr. and .%--rand -. J esWater)( weeks old.IyVnoe.- I i1tiaink l trustees executors( etc. should return sanSe for
1 .: ... .. --; sons.were dinner guats. .of & : ') tax -
-- ....-. Mrs. Waters' and :$ that quite a bit of
parents,. Mr. tion to.CodiHy Assessor before the first
'. &. ...:... r :p.-.J/ I on or dayof April
V &j I Mrs.. Buford .Higsiribotham, toMaivi wprkjias: beeri? done on the pas-
t r', '\. i ofeacn #w. The bead resident
V \ e Sunday. torium..af Highland Church and a family who is a legal of the
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( V H\VE -" v r rca'i/ci! that U.J: irs.t'.pcl- You know: of course, that haLE e famfliei in ,t ire; .W*. J. Wilk&jsoa is. at it.really begins to kwk V like a house State of Florida is entitled.. a Constitutional Exemption oftOOO'

thingou buy every} day is food? America save them todav. V home much improved Rafter: some now, Hope to see ii completed household
) { Hospital long. $ on gooofs and personal effects when ,he files
V ftobably rfot.'Yet jour own family health tour S&H: Green Stamps make: itpossibfa ,tiM irt>RlversKie V % before ,

_ I L I : V and iu'ciJ..beigdepend( {argely on.! "quality: for'you* 'to chO sfrorn i'f# f f,500 fop-* ; home.ftii Mph Waihuiight'la hIs 'parents mitni, ilr. :and his .I Pt 1EThrt Lauderdate..Griffis visited an attorney his)broth from a return. and claims-i exemption thereon. .

). of food lOU buy. Your food store dealer never quality, famous brand-name items at your -
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'd. arSon.and'
t 4rs.1'I11b Wainwrlght other.relatives at
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V forgeH' this.fact. That's: why he's.as careful: ( of! S1H Green Stamp V Redemption. sibrl t ;: ... _1" \ :'? ,"**.'V..* Highland last. weekend. All of the above must be in the hands. .of. your Tax Assessor. on V
_ : the f jo&l he offers you_as he is with tile} food JyYYYYY .YY9yy..y ,
.': r. he tales: home fo his own famify. flORIDA''DMsIO .Hear that Margie V,Gffifis'sbr.other. V or before April 1st. We urged-you* (6 take care of these tax matters'
I who lives near Latftey, '
;. V : Wh'pe f!: etperiende hai tau ht you to rely on The Sperry and Hutchinson Company : V S MOOIE4RV{ stuck f ft needle, in his back' last immediately V '

'; ninTfoc the best-most( wholesota(-focys, gStit Florida AyiueTompo. Fferidat : ( l" week. It,broke off and he fia'd to \ V

-' ;;:. >o liiLely tal?for granted J his i constant check: t / i V Shirley! Greea p ,have an operation tahave it ,removed. ,

.J for quality,..his investment in new and betterV -- Seems the needle had been !
.j foods..and 'n'cT.i. An Amtrkan Way of Thrift .A&Aa&&Aa&AAaAaA. ". AAJ, left in his bed and he did not V THANKS, .
that 'J' .
to .
he.brings. you V .. ,
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tor25,000,000 Familiei... Mrs. MattIe{ Sowell vLsjtet-Mr:, know;.It WM, tIere1until! foo'late.. V V : ,

i ::. V at a price you know tlS right.! : : .. V GREEN JtonfaiirffricrlJKv! and 'Mri. J. J. Nipper!fe. Oeala He;.was back home.Sunday. /: ; : V

,ri1' V ,.I And how rewarciingoryou! # ifyouriavorSTAMPS VV last week. .. ,.Understond Bobby Padgett was i : : d E j't (01 t1I (g( ,; .

ite food store gives you S&H Green Stamps. V Mrs. Rosa,PinhoJster, visited in, a: car' accident recently and -, 5-t *.- '.. .' '-, t M ..,'.,.-.... '
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Mis. Lee Green 'in Gainesville in the V for .while: V : -' V -;" : "
: was hospital a
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., : : 4; TH. M'1.iwti"}. KNOwS-ni '' YOU- BEST..SSRYES\ iVV.YOU"BCftTI. Friday"- ," V .. _'. bUt ,hum t.. agjXin We. still .' .S S -; .- V V TAX, ASSESSOR V V t ,....> V V .. -
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{ -I f *t l ,....... _,*Mr;!and Mrs. W. E. Bigltem;"< Jr.\5;'(render why folks can't tell us i ..,.,.ftI'.n.!......19..1 .*"."3 .w.ro.:..*> S --* .........,..-t.H "..w .J<\-<';':. ;:..0' : ..-

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