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wish him
many happy returns, Ladies Aviation 'Sgilriai'"at'University I T Fourth place;Mrs. R. P. Vogh and .
and to bring gifts: Rev. an.d Mrs.i of the Community of t Florida'I'i* ,Tb"ursday Miss Gladyce McGill. _' ''' '. .", .. -, )
J. R. Smith Mr. and Mrs. ,Ed: Church will hold a Rummage Sale ,' :
and '' b.
K OWL Firth, Mrs.. Ruth Haire Mr. and 1 on March 23; 24 and 25, in the Friday.. Charlie Phillip 'Berkelman died
old Western Auto Building. Mrs. Mrs: Jl: V. Ford visited her pa\-- Thursday of a heart attack, ap-
l> Mrs. Leamon Ward; Mr. and Mrs.I Charles 'Wallenius and Mrs E. V. ents, Mr fthd'Mrs?Sob rtie C n. pai 'itly? Mr. 'Berkelman, 87, was J N' ,
Emmett and
Jones
daughter Debbie '
Q Win co-chairman. Mr. aitf-Hrf h': HT CafriitfT of a resfdentv Melrose for' 17'years ; \.. '
Widegren be
Mr. 'and Mrs. Fred Ellis, Mr. -
Fartr ngton$Ga, are spending the aridT:wai' jri tiv of Duluth;
Pick-up Day ,will be March 22
and Mrs. Chester Mrs..
Moody,
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with' Mr; .
week an..d Mzs : Mmn.r Funeral services were held
so if, you have'anything to donate, n'
Mable Husbands, Mrs. Olive Stevens .. '
PrestonH "
'' Saturday at 'l 10''a.( : m. Burial: was tN .r: cd.
and no, way to get it there, phone r
Mr. and g'l
Mrs. Mada ,
Sprow
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1 : jit; Mrs. Emme Jones, 5-27J5J 1, Mrs. Eloise,B'Neefus of Hi;' titli" Surviving 'are' hisRuth' ,
:. f. \ ,and Mr..aniMrs.JahnHimbloe: ** "t$ rfp r watet'Cofi5"'lti!': ,
Mr. Bamford also received giftfrom Mrs. R. A. ,Gaunt, 4255, Or, if you : ..fiifip a widow-, :....,tts'" : Lyon fierkefford. "
unable to attend: sbring I it yourself, bring it to the h -
NEVADA persons Mass: arrived 'last
Community Church Youth Store Room on Mar. 26. Frances Murefli; Beverly Wide-
a' visit with her parents, Mr. and
To Hold Dance Mr. Christoffers To Lecture gren and: Yaeko Hincfc 1
Carson City is the smallest State Capitol, was named Mrs. Paul Harvey of White Feather -
Christoffers
The Young People of'thcs Community Bert Sr., local Brownie TrOOp,, 229kjlfys
after i t'- Court. She will be here for
Kit Carson, Indian fighter .and the Build- re1
Capitol Church will hold,* a' Pre authority 'on stamp collecting, and Last; Tuesday a1ternoon. the several weeks.
ing was built in 1872. Due to its structure of stone St. Patrick's Day 'Danc'o fn-: oWner of an extremely large and Brownies completed a study of ,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Drieselsof n
over log rafters is why the engineers are debating day evening March, 10, in the;educational valuable collection, will speak on our community with a tour Lawrence Mass
t : have arrivedat
building. Since the pleasures derived from this through the Bradford County
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whether or not to raze the beloved old many the -White >{'Feather Court to
Naturally
building. of the girls will be going to Juniper -, activity t the next meeting of Hospital. The preceding weel& the
I' there is considerable sentimental associations. Springs with the Girl Scout the CAP on March 13, Monday, at girls hiked,to the city hah'1.o< interview spend the month' of March The1'Sriesels
I In following the Skytel. There will be no City Clerk: Jack Ha&r- are annual'guests, havingspeftf '
the main corridor Troops the the
ls'an information Week
center"where. .. .
I dance will be held seek earlyThe charge and the lecture will be stroh, whet? expIainepTih? duties! *of March';< for the"past- six years t :;J t"'"' ,
questions will be : if. !
answered about the state,as a whole. time will 'be:> from "/:30.: till. !open to the public. Mr. Christ- [our'counctlmen, mayor r-and, : cl iJt. tff' the"court. -

Another city attraction is the State Museum\ built{ as '10:30'p. m. and\' admission will,Joe offers will exhibit all kinds of Next w efc 'is ,Gifi ,Scq:
a U.'S. mint in 1870. Tfie old mint vault is now a work lOc stag, 15c drag. stamps fi'om.tropical to rare U S. and the Brownies- are reminded niorifh Meadville'' tVhlte';; Pa.: ate Feather spending'Codrt.Trie this.

ing model of a mine. So all the boys, and girl. fromINSURANCE and'foreign stamps. to wear their uniforms to, Churchthe 'Jofinstons'were former Key- ANNOVNC
: Silver Tea. following Sunday.
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Mrs. R. N. Sunderland, general Dup,caf4 '&esiAli' f s'fohe residents",. and are' greetingtliefr'trigny'"friends'aline

THE KEYSTONE STATE BANK, ; chairman of the seventh annual ,At 'the regular: weekly meeting here onth"eli"

.- Auto-Fire-Casualty Silver Tea to be given by the= of the Duplicate Bridge' Club .'. annual stay
i Bonds and Allied Lines Community Church Women, has Section I, oil Friday 'evening: We"were happy to receive a letter PHONE' s.
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of inquiry bout'our town
MEMBER\ : F.D.I.C. Reynolds Insurance appointed the fobbing :ommit- March .3, Mrs. See Cooper and \
;' A Bank tee Chairmen: Mrs. G. Raymond Miss' Sally Mansfield,were in first from Lee B. Young of Fort
Friendly Keystone in A Friendly Community Agency Starnes, program; Mrs. R. A. place; ytoBV'l ffi*:, Atl ti'>% ir i, d Wayne, .Ind; The Youngs ate Infested -! WO 4-3101 r
A Heights Fla. 'in r i it r
iu W. L. ReynoldsPh. / '" settling in Keystone
Gaunt kitchen .
; Mrs. D. W. Mrs. BesS-,, f
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-- tJ /*- LY..rfF-,1.- Heights'-and'wanted little data : r
II 2442 2701 Shackleford, waitresses and hoe If' 'you area. br ,, come : a
Keystone Heights, Fla. tesses; Mrs, David Nelson tables:? and Join the furf Query Frldlyevening which"we1'- were happy to supply- % S
and School ;
-. -- -- Mrs. Barry Wyman reservations; at.s'p, m.. or,, if that time with the aid of the Keystone Office Supplies F
Mrs. Sara McDonald, tea table; is ,k'suitable< join l the Section5 Ciiaml:>br' of Commerce. ,The Lf F

Mrs. Bert Christoffers, Sr.. s Tnuisdajf. .. 'oufigs're' old friends of'Mr. andDirrs ';'
emorilhigs.ataQap'clock. Jack I Haberstroh. BMDFORD County TELEGRAPH f
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS. MELROSE decoration; Mrs: Joseph Stein ". :
small 'table decorations; ,lyir$. Fi st Aid Notes Arthur Ryan'HI of Chicago ar- .. f
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' I Lewis Muir. guest book: Mrs: Wil First. Aid'' Cksses dfd no? n At: It'nnth\nf'd,_!_n._..___: on___' _next_.___ 'nfleCl..- -;" .
,- : week .next'Tuesda .. .,., ... r J '.."
liam Few:;vnurse ry7 Mrs. Mjron) 'C i this, ;,but ?, Mar. M V- -*+ x--- -)>-i iy!'MJJ irii t iir BUSINESS DIRECTORY Prevatt, publicity. 14, the ;group' wjll hold-: its final l :

The tea will be held on Thurs meeting i ;and have,_an.e;ammaUon! (!I JACKSON VttU: MARCH 91 !

day. 'March 16, at 2 p. m., in the '.on the first ten chapters-. ,, tidy .: "
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educational building of the Community hard.'boys and girisl Lr
APPLIANCES-T VRedfearn's : GIFTS-TOYS i LUMBER I .
Church.
Personal. oC \. ,
l A two-part musical program, is i Mr.' and Mrs -Qi. S, DesRocher ; '
San -
I I Lebrydo Lumber planned. A group of children from ,of Miami have. returned, to their '

Appliances (jell ct i I Co. I the: Nappy' Hours Nursery School home: : after' ,visiting Mrg4 'JelOayson }ll 'f.ft. i--
will furnish of the
HOTPOINT APPLIANCES We Specialize in Custom I one part prrfj on Brooklyn ] aj; :18e
/1. c:, j, Cut Extra Lengths gram, while Mrs. B. Ray Stedham j ,DesR6chers j and Mrs Gras nspent '

Maytag Washers and Dryers 'dIJ JoyJ | KUn Dried Pine &: BuBdingI soprano, .of r Melrose. will provide! :some"tfane'hi'Pensarolff last .
Zenith T V I Maters the remaining part, a group of t week.Other. : .I \ MAR L

Service On All Makes '' Largest & Most Complf'teSeI'X'- Cement Mortar Mix-Sheet Rock vocal selections. k, recent guests of Mrs. ,- ;

Keystone Heights Phone: 4252 tlon of Greeting Cards and Toys, Mill on Hyw 31'' at Middleburg. Reservations for the tea should Grayson! were: Mrs.JQhrtTiUcie <$ ., r;

\ t In This Ares !, Phone, : BU 2:5723. be ,made'as. soon as possible'] the| NValAir Base, .ana Mrs.Raymond" -.' % 9-10-11-12.;
-r: Keystone Heights. ; Please'call kits. Barry Wyman:'a' t 'HinchclifY pf 'Hurst> ; in. : \t ,

.. 2983 to make, yours: 'Mr. and 'Mrst ifayirfflfePwilfArof : : tIN

FLORIST I i HARDWARE- :!i PACKAGE STORE -__ ., ,Bowlers' Going StrongWe Holyoke Mass: and of'Orlando; t 1, p 1 INDOORS C'O'LIS'EUn

i Odom's Hardware & II i: are still getting good reports spent: '1011i; days witg bit: andj\ airs. THE .NEW" <

Williams : : 'on 'icKay'$? l Real Estate 'Albert Bachmann. Ian et>k. 1 '
4 Edna Shaughanessy'sPACKAGE WomanY THAt NJW
SupplyHARDWARE Bowling tan .' Righnow tRivtr'N Oburski pi Toms J SEE EVERYTHING

FLORIST-NURSERY PAINT S;TOE they, are three points fro J'. was visiting.JJrs.? ,.Lena. -
Cement Blocks Red! MixCertent first placer irr,the!i 18-team league Clemens' Monday, Feb; 27. Mrs. I for your Bc>.orfng. 'pleasure,

FLOWERSFor 1 .. i OPEN 8 A.M.-12 P%t. DAILY' that bowls in Palatka at AzaleaLaner .Oburskf, Vas'ori'her way to Miami. comfort: and safetySPQNS0KED ,,.
Alr'Occasion9Melrose Sinclair Kerosene and Fuel Oils 1 1 CLOSED SUMDAYS" I everr'rL.unldayevening at Paul Barvey arrived hare Saturday 'TH'r
ThdneT: GR" :5-2331 j Heter Service > Keystone Melrovf\ Higfr\vay ,I Ii 9' p.' m. Bettie-Spnur; star'off, the morning,- Man 1/ after' ? ; ,.ii ; .

-, i t i Melrose Fhoner OR- 5-5421 i -- -- I. team rolled a 599 for a three 'spending several weeks in Brad- t' Ji Zl\E+ !SSb_ TJOK ,
I I game: series, the:otherin. ford Cfaunty HospitaL Mr.abdMrs. -

GAS-BOTTLED MILLWORK i REAL ESTATE Bette is not only star of the tfam, Harvey'make' their, hem at

she. is usually' ,,'tops. In the entire White Feathex''Court.Mrs .. ,
A Keystone' l.i league- tN. B::A.'Haeftie"is home fromthe

Keystone Gas Co. t Millwork Shop C..J. Pete O'Connor.REALTOR The team will.enter the Southeastern Bradford ,County. Hospital

SERVICK" CABINETS.DOORSWINDOW :Tournament in .Jacksonville afteraata. of" four.. weeks. .and,. is '
21 HOUR FRA3IES- SCREENS this spring and will take making : .satisfactory' progress.,

PHONE jlS5lFrafcchlsedDistVteut6r Trim Materials REAL E. TAT&IORPtGES part in thrre''c'etxts-sixigles, doubles However; she must report to her
; 'of Sash Made. To Order I "1 ;APPRAISALS I. and' team bOwling: doctor-for'weekly; treatment for -'
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RAF-QAS ; xaqo' 'i }]d ) sometim- 1 _L f
.", jl Keystone "Hetght.r I Keystone Heights; pine 4297 ,Bettle'SproaillDot t '
are MeM u try, MrS Louise, Stuhr* from .. 1 -
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visiting with Mrv'Barton's parents Cent's,the:latter' part of February: 'YvTYTTYyYYYYYyYYYYV Verlie John 'Sunday: afte"nodn.MfalToTHFfc this in leas than three weeks.!I they could win the banner again. .. I

:;:.Ml' 'a-mtr.'mYorJ' 'Ridaughand = 1'ra'nr. J ner-S';! ; happy 'to b : : : : Lloyd Clark visited When ff, rains it' pours! !THey I have irl tHe past, and can OLE TIME

: \ ; WithSgt.; .Barton's. home again" afte-; spending; ::19 imt&tf Mr.. and Mrs;; .Charles Ryals Faye England's' children' have I dO'it again with' a' little'help from; .AUCTi tQ

parents Mr., arid Mrs. Earl",Hay-' days :in.'AJjrchua General. Hospital and ,Miss Mamie, Clark i in Jack* all recovered from their attack :of the parents.

IGHTSl.frorir : nerd of Lake Geneva., where he; underwent surgery By. ,,Mix, D.. ,E 1IQ1" sonyille: Sunday yellow jaundice and are back in COMING SOON AT _

i Mrs.: Martha :Snehand sonHaroiovs'pbt1 Mr.. .and Mrs. Harris Spence ', ., Mrs. ,AlLRahi of .Archer and sChool., BRADFORD

';'rt.mtr..rr. : */ eek nd"lri Tar1- and; daughter: ; BarbaTa, from Or- .i. : Mr. ,and :ilr. Larry ,Sikes of Ala- David. ,Lang, son of Mr. and THE RIGHT POINT for the .

.li ..... r. cediniTPageJ*. ; ) ppti SpVlngV.with''Mr'i:;,and Mrs. J.: lando sPent Sunday: watt Mr.. and Youth Club. Meets chua 'visited- 'Mrs/ Mamie Hodges Mrs: Charles Lang .has"been suffering way you write. Come IT: and se'- i BLDG. SUPPLY

+iy' plane\on Saturday rr. for a K: filler/Mr.: -;Tiller is 'Mrs: Shell-1.'. Mrs, .Franlc Jones' Wand ''family.Mrs' HatnpteirYoWciutf hit Monday.; f with an infection1 of the I left your favorite ESTERBROOK 301 E. Call St. WO: 4-5291

l en's brother., :. Spence and...Mns,:;Jones ,are; .Mrtand.Mrs., Johnnie '!Lewis I muscles in his leg seemingly ,
a /.vajca lbn with his ujcWlunt'j' l .' :Thursday: ,evening-; March. with Fountain ,Pen. TELEGRAPH
:a 'Mr.*'And! Mrs: HerberiJtanPIUrpl&Jr. : Mrs. Martha Sriellen and "Son;I sit rs.- Their mother. Mfr; CJL;: ten pr sent. Chaperones :.presentjrerV.Mrs. ':: arjd rtamuX .Jacksonville! visited caused by 'a bruIse.ErniePadgett !

r Harold, 'have. had a:Jiausff" full of Gilbert of'i' omiwag also a guest ; .'Roy .ftoarle)(, Faye Roark..' lwfr. ,2J1d.! {> {Pit ,Baxter'bunday. : ; is .home from the ,. H- "

Sunday, Mar; 'i,'Mr., arid company recently. On.Friday, Feb..I at. Jones home ,on, Sunday having.come Mrs: driaYd P rker'aria Mrs. &,F: Mrs. W. E. Bigham. ifr. and hospital again,but not improving ; NEED HELP' _
Everett Fox and children".1 24; Mr. ''and Mrs.'W. O.' Smith with the Spence family, I Ii $tt. Refreshment of :Cokes': arid: family and Miss Patrleiar 'Thomas any -tar health. I r WILLIAMSJEWELRY

airland: !$& JOTfffprcke'rtl. Mrs and-'I -, live children'. from. .- ,Willistpn, whom she .has been .vfeitirgv. Next cookies' were served. attended the Holiday on -Ire show MabelleNorman is home from I WITH YOUR 1960)

(Herbert Nelson 'and 591.I Herbert, S. Cl..arjlyed: .to, yjsj# ;'four days.Mr i Sunday the' Jones family.plan to PTA Metis'_April 6The at the Coliseum! .II! Jacksonville"' the'hospital and' .back. with usr inl.

{i jj id the 'Kelsohy.: .' hou eguest",; $:\Sinltii JrMrs;: $? len's sis- I drive: to.;Orlando to bring .Mrs. next. regular 1 meeting of Saturday afternoon Sunday School and church lasts; INCOME TAX l
ter. t6n FV 26; l&v J. Gilbert back .to Keystone Heights .B mood :Sunday Bill Pendarvis was also
Mrs.
iAfthur .R an-ill.drove!', fo pres* ; ; ftiy : Hampton Elementary PTAr will beheld < C. of Townvtlle S. C. _
3ent. Beach.'Xbr a.? cbickenba'rftet, 'It' Tiller of :m ri pout, Tenn. for a visit of two"weeks'orso., : Thursday evening, April 6; was the guest, of Mr, and'.Mrs. ,L: :acme from'the.Macclenny hospital j jon RETURN ? ? ? WATCHES DIAMONDS'
camiTto visit tlie'SHelTens for four .. .. .. C. Wood weekend leave and attended )
1 jeue:.picnic ; at' 7:30 p: -m.., it wa's' decided at ; several days las week. I I REPAIRSAll
days..., Mr. Tiller is Mrs. Sneilen's'. ST. ANNE'S mSCQPAL Mcs.SchleyDeLoach-and services. j SEE NEIL TUCKER
fPeter:' Goiirwenv; son of Mr.. and ; + the PF executive meeting at the Mrs; i I i Work Guaranteed
I brother After l leading CHf jR i; Zl STO. Hazel Griffis has been substituting -
: Mrs.. Ed'Conneeri. iS .recovering. ; Keystone school fast week'By-laws.of: : ] the W.T.' Blair: were in' Gainesville i
Public Bookkeeper : A. C. Williams
the, Tillers' went on to TarponSpins'io on businessi'Friday afternoon. as secretary.of Sunday! _
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from] a case of chicken : nl a'reHo be'passehion'4t i this
: Wf. Sundays -' 9":3T( &: Church group ,
t Mr.. ant firs;; ifc6, Wlialey of spend wine, ture.Mr. I School. ::3V i. ,M.Mprrthig meeting. Mrs. TimRogers returned home School fof'Phillis Mosley who has i ibeen 120 S. Court, StarkePh. ,I 142Y.. Call St.
and Mrs. Ed Firth, week' after -'m for some time and notable I StarKe Fla.
formerly last an operation in ,
; Jacksonville. Beach and Mr.: and Prayer. iif Srm' \' (1st Sandal, Baptist Church Hay l WO 4.9851, WO 4-2545 I .
Mrs., Rich Yfl-:-;$i luttI' of Jacksonx of Flint Mich.have" moved into rloTy .Cofarif iionl.. .& p jri'-: Episcopal Gait Speaker Alachua General Hospitar; .-to' attend. I I- ---- .. -
,vtUeRwere biting! .on. u ;day,Feb.' theft fine new home on JasmineAye YoUnt ChjirchiAeftifltQly : "Rev.-W; Pl'McElroy:' of Hampton Gainesville. She is improving RememberHomecoming. services ; c-
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_26.'pith bar- and Mrs M,;J.;.. Be'ay ;; While'the;.Houle'vJas being JOaiJT- .7:30.; a.:: m. Holy Baptist Church was! evangelistfor satisfactorily.Mrs. ._. at Highland Church on
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ley'of. I 'anir 'Mr built the Firths. Jived In the guestcottage' . Dave :Green and Mrs. Dennis.Hodes March 26.: All former members
I Communion. at ;
: Keystone. t : witji stllrtryde i .. a thre-day revival .DedanBaptist' .
oh'the A .A. Bamfcrd .and others who will attend, arelnvitedto I
property are patients .in King i Well
Link"of Uke' Third Parish near .Brooker' last ; Over
i : ? : Geneva, ; W&'nWtj ;- Church .
1, .-_ VS... '- '' r rt LakeGeneva.. Hospital. with.us.on'that:
.Memorial 'be day.
.... !e1:... lair ..jgjgj! .. lairs; on Covered.; Dish',Sapper,,vpor( .; 6:30: .weekend; where Rev Orville' Lake .Butler. : I
Mr:, and Mrs. L 'R. Pritchardand StorkShower The educational building will be
lel. and Mrs, IJik.are brothr ;. : ,. p. m, -' Brcwkins'df Hampton is paitqV. -Luncheon .
and? -, children from Jacksonvillewere Th Rev. .-& hbeit'of Par Mrs. Lloyd Wood and .Mrs..W. ..dedicated'at this time and needs i
sisters. .f-? RevliUlald .J ; rejt ogle. S ; Q .;ol theUnls"wasI.gues1r I
Sunday; gUests' of Mr 'E. :$Ighapi i .i paint' job on the .exterior. They
; .P Jn.gave a stork shower :
speaker
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5 t :. rJ, M. >'Beas'ey Vicarl at' both
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Pritchard's 'uncle' .and aunt, Mr. .i luncheon for Mrs. MalcolmLewis .are not Asking for the paint-
'tughte and services at Hampton' Baptist Octane !
f, Marian,-. .Marian's: 100
{grien d vl'Ft .Idnda-tlee.'Anthotiy: spentugda7 and JfrA., .A. Bamford 'of Lake 1Ji : Church Sunday, in the'a'bseriWoftlie ,- at the home ,of Mrs: Big- just: some men to help'pot' it on,
Cexnoorr'. # Stephen Geneva, The. Pritchards came to =t pastor. ham, last Monday.. Eleven guests Cecil Hardee says he can be there
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'r ., rr t 'out Bajnford's KEYSTpXE ,, : '.730 .,' itady to work, and
by am.
>s r be JI9I1.t. round Mr. birthday. :J.. .& .JSmlUr; "jailorRalph; ,PVaye i ? Week OlixervedAnhie'ArnistmnWeek were present to enjoy toe oc-
celebration which"took\ place. the casion. A game,called Stork Bingo :I will be looking for helpers.
r SrS.zad'Ii s, Richard: BertonSpndLfdautte1 ) 'W : \ of Prayer -
Copeland idrjojt'JMfusic; : andchurch'otgidjst. : ':
The revival meetirig'w r start
day before. ; was played and.the'prlze'\\'as
won Cities Service
TQrida( 'Joleft .for Home Missions is bein'observed ;
Mr:; ..and"Mrs.. Fred Dodd ,rent by,'Mfa:,,Ned Hicks. ,'it, Highland Church'on Easter ...... ,
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onda7 \9lJi: tor ;their newpridf Servicei:;, Sunday 8e o.ol. ,945 at npttn BaptiSt Chiirchth'is : -,........ .
Jacksonville ; Club
out to dlrintr'in Monday News'Tile Sunday night.-
:Ja '.South .'caroling, where6tjxtgii a. ffltM&jg; g Y&shljfr:) '
To. night in observance' of their regular of On March 15 the time for
,. i ..stalpred_ .t, m. Training Union,,$;30 Dan.: WilU and the youth 81n 11aries: I monthly meeting D1IJOr _
he North Charleston ,Naval Base.20th wedding anniversary: Evening services TTfpTraVKEYSTONE ( '. (WIi'tdenibei h.met. MoIiti% i.n1ght the Brooker' linden club wjll vening services at Highland .
We were happy. to hear that Mrs. meet Thursday at 8' .Church will be chaIigea.from 7 to ..W""
I Tile $ BartonsvarrivedinKeytone; J j \ r : f' at' tKe''church,; and took part itl.the -, p. m.- "i-w. N "
Paul, Tyre .was horde from St. : ., ,8 p;: ntf; Training' Union from 6 L ,<<'I\1i S...
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>n Friday Mar: 3.r'from aicVfolrner ...co14tT. 'Y' > pra d' nWefin? service We'i5 ( :"W;; JJLi1. ; -to I
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ktVMacDlU Vincent's Hospital Jacksonville, YTT.T .T. .T T' ;;to 1 p: mV.Rev" -
statioq .Held- In HEIGHTS riesday1 5 .evening. 0ri: TRiursday.evening I
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Tampa; ; and spent; the weekend, and doing jut fine. Martha un the'prograirrwill:! .be- combined ': : ; .' Stedham and his wife will I The Dime may "imittted,
derwent major at St. Vin- Dr. A. c." Raft be with us'at Highland next Sun
L + : L_ '. __ oJ i 0#_ l........."'.. surgery..,......J -.rt .. Mrs. J. L. HtPLCI1tOfl with' the the home regulaV o'f'RIri'C.WMUtti@eting'aR L. tAW TEYlay ( I. but the quality! .remiinrnihturpaued .... '

1 ,.- "-. A'.f Organist and t;" ireetae. Cooper1 ''AelP sYaV! .&:'& 7:30: :, E11U\BfaIitffi rcrH. I day.We' had 55 enrolled members Service Not only 100"PLUS doei provide Cities w.... v..... >.. '

'; .. I I Sunday School? frtSV'r.:; < in.-- Morn. o b' j-- J w 'J ....' oJ .L 'and' 10'visitors! in Sunday School I the highest'octane in life
.f &HRTIHG : 0 'ar (,A.& ; j.U"' -
F tng'W9rship'11 s in t : Visiting. here Sunday! w;th' ..r.and : Jast' Sunday:-Forty-three Were 100 I motive l hirtory-but in addt ,,' :
1 < I'' Mrs!} Dk'''. Sit
s' 8t.W .II'Y Cttt1. C Mrs; Edith1' A \drews, Hannah' Gainesville was" overnight' guest boys came" up with the 'protective built into feature an automotive that cane
;rKONlfAV .It :Dl..:. Swlndelf and* Mrs1! Hap'n'aJl' of Miss- -Elizabeth banner'again..
; MARCH I, MThus -r .p. .r Terrlast l" fuel"Tfeaf
Starke' :- I Thursday.Mrs. We"do' wish the' parents of our yourielf to the uhf %'
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Malt ',1 ri.t;: a:.t! iI"H3Jb. Mr. and, Mrs. Frank' Wplfred. I H; C.W lnwright and Miss :Beginners would try hard to get I mate in luxury performance \

: # 1Qpp": : ', Si':, moVecS :Monday from their j Enza-BIanchard( attended the Dis- ithem ,iri class, and on time soFT ...tojhejtreatest! power>> 1
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J\ -I pickup: and per gil-
3.1 ..l. it" !,:, \..AeuiQnl Boise on-thr east end f of'town; to trict' WSCS'Conference in'Gaihes- C. .. Ion you've ever known. Fill
Cr .before"aU :!lasses. the(Isayiie house recently' vacated 1 flle ',Thursday..MKS : ,I'' up with Cities Service 100

3a pti'tS......imir'riaea' !ic .111:' by the''W: W' itehe 'd's; just1 we st: Thrift of Macclenny is PAYS: TO r I PLUS. ThereV nothing else

c 1. LORIUA.THEATAE' tniction by'Lifntmcnt.. j. of Hampton. i iFiel visiting Rev. T. L.Howe and chil- Trade with SLADE like itj! 1

J -'"* .. i : iitt' viSitors-' \fith the >BitonMo'shYr dreh, She:is MJi-s. 1tow 's mother.

i' I .' FIRST METHODISTSunday "CHURC1iw ."were* bar and.Mrs:i 'Mr:,\.anti Mrs G;; W.. RObel'tsvisited You drive with the best by every fesf
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c. +. P.: ; '''' .. ..".. ., .. << '.. ... "", I opts Seymour1, relative from" Mrs. Roberts' brother, : when you drive with Cities/ Serv'tfSILCOX /

/ :. ..:;.- : ;'WILL ADMIT. .. ; 945; "a. ,m., 'Church RtifWofd 1 N; Y-r: and )ast' week,:. Jonsoi-Tittira": ;; and';faMilyl in De: Bottled Gas '.'
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School : : M'. and 'M 'sRusSeU'Grle: e' and.w land( and' an aunt and' le' Mr. (In City) ; :
1J.i ... : for all ages 11 a. 'm., ;, ., un ', .
:: Mrs; Mylrtle'Monington and Mrs. E. -
Morning ;Worship, fc30pv: at; of Damascus C. Brooks in Mount I
h:. ':!.. ': ::" "- Youth .Peilowship.. ; : .. Pa-,Henry Mosher. stationed Dora' Suhd y'; $6.50I .

I ., \'-..,Tft E .. '. .JWednesday-, j:30' p.- m> ;,-_iiI, at Ft. Benning Ga., was home ,SUnday/.dinner' guests of Mr. I .
1 r r,, w4Tftzk. '- i Study' tthd Prayer .Meeting.Rev. last weekend.Mr. : and-Mrs. Troy Bennett1:: their I

\ ,' .. I'. .. Ted'Spring. ,, > : ' '; last week for Covihgton,. Va.:, ny; Mr. 'rind Mrs: S. H Thompson:

f. S'tUD.00'. S OF. THANKS. where they were called by the ill? Qf Lake Butler. Mr; and'MYsi! Mar ( ,:.:Ban: '.'Sfa'de.Gas": I Iu
ness of Mr. Childs' mother. .Thompson? of Jacksonville and 705 Temple Ave. Starke Fla.
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"'I I I May] we take this method joftha Elisha Coleman moved, from Mrs; C. 'B; Harris of' Starke-' .J ...;.. ._.,'"- 1..0,,", '" :oA ;; ..., '"'':= -<>: ,," :;!::/ _
kingi our:' neighbor: andfriends j I Starke into- thed L.- May- / houseJust ,)irs:' Raymoiid Sutier-'a:d Mrs.J. r I .1 .,

Mf. : rltt "r for their: kind expressions: a west of the railr ad'tracks., / .._Al! Ogelvy of Jacksonville. spent

f," c ., .'.. .,(r. F .. >a. ; rot synlpathy.. (in..0wL.llJereavement.These Visiting* here last weekend with Sunday with their sister; Mrs:
: .' ,Bach W 'ek ,expressions)iave'been deep- the p: Pi: Lobs, and P.. : H'IJotts Luther Milliard and Mr.' Billiard:
-.. 't : -The were Mr. and Mrs. Gus Behrens, Mr. and Mrs. Roy' Reddish of

.. .. . .. .. ly appreciated.S. Triest.-, '' family" ofThomas" returning to their home 'in Princeton Webster spent the weekend with F S f'L
N. J. after the Mrs. V. R. Reddish.
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i r, .a .. t . -' j,1{, a sister of' Mr, Lott. Nell Osteen were in St. Petersburg .. R 1
r . Mr.: and Mrs. :Is!. A. Wade and over the. weekend visiting Mrs:
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f' ; .' '. : house east of Hampton, where and Mrs: Mathis daughter Mrs.
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they' lived:last fall prior' to' morirlg.to \ Muriel Sharretts. and family.
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I C4 Aaron D. Williams is'home with at home" after severa; weeks
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/'._ _'..''"< i! .r. .' from the. c D1pamed"' by Mrs:: Phillips' sis-
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l'. ,,! ,,' ..., ..Of.: ""t"j,, . Mrs. Jim Wihta'm t\itP Bnaron ta-; Mrs. .AtI ie- Emote, who'will CARPORTSPECIAL
'", ,, '.-t.-\1Ii\-.w."")4 .f.. .,- .. ....,.'IT...",!.,' ,'" .oJ'. 'r'I: attended the .revival-at- ti?' Dedan $pemrSome time' here,' r '
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t. ",,1\ ",, ". .- J : and Joy visited! 'witH'the: 'William Qt, Rlngsley Lake; were business h.d '' :

U. 1 Fowler family ,S Jnday' aft i noon.' yisiforsr t'Palatfcar Monday; ,
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!: Vivian Saxon of Pompano Visited Zim TownsencP .of Oeala'' spent -- --- -
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,.. =J here-wlttf. his father;Berr 3ax- Monday: Wilti" Mr. arid'Mrx 'B. El: .. Celebrating Bill* STeme'irV Promotion to District Manger
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t ; Mr:; and Mrs. Otis'Forsyth,'and .Mrs.; Jofttr Fufth and Mrs. ',, .

.. ,,' .' children: New Orleans'' '.visited !Elizabeth' Terry ,visited' their sister

.. :S.4 .' i'." ,. :" '.::.\ ., ,. here. with relatives' last weekend.Mr. Mrs.'G. 'W Durham'Jack- .2 Pfaeao BJW fsr
;. and ''Mrs G. B: Wattfrson sonvffle Siturday. 0 %
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'. .ac. and Mrs. :Brown and Mr.:: and Mrs;: J. C. Tye have >
: .\ ." .- : :i- I. daughter Kathy! were'- Gainesvillevisitors returnedfrom a''week in' Kahsas
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t:U,' ; Af : last Friday CityJ.Mo: where':they"attended the
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+ : i/iu.U,11u1tf ... _. .. ... -. .r._ ,:-.. 4nd l'f a'muy* and 'Jiiss 'Patricia'Aromas .
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No' Foot til'rlaclen pots" n fns tie "n! staff !'1a hand., ;. <.. .w Mr. and Mrs'\ Jimmy Whittle and '1! nth 'Coibert r 'df'N'prtfi' Caroling I

\: 1errfiieP't al. Fla4neria: f1r.! doesn't produce greiy!film" : ;':: .' fam. 1': in'= Jfckime visited:; Mrs.f iJtviiseitd' has-"ijeeri few'days visiting. relatives' 'herefora '

:j i .tf tfo: pn' bra 'a and .vurtains.,Fi g stays'shinybright.ar :. ;.=,!:.-jloo :' 11 .' fo1a"To nse''ndUrK'Mrj: ; and'-'Mrs: Well, judging front the way

{ 1 .Jq _, >,ou$'reduce. your.: lutchen deining char '" ." : Towns4ii'andt bamble btes Pare buzzing) 'again,'
I' 7: tv. E. family .in t : ItL-A.LUMfNUM AWHINGSSPECIAL I I
y; -:.. anal'. po =scrub vr.r'lfllUfei: '!: e. I...:.... "I f." \"-' .,.....!; Avon Pa o.ve ..the.1.Wte ; a d'the/;way our farmers. ri'bhz"-

..- CoQler.:faster: ir utom tP. rWP r.tc P- uM'Su -: Y ,.,* > ., :Er' Mrs.. BfcUe'ihhie,Gonrriy* of *H cue zirig pfovliagthe roU i"dwith: J land;their and tractors gettingresnjto ,= _
risltea''Mfs. Sdwe, i 'Sunday. ;
shine\ Service ;l.cffif''; W'eL'a'ln b'iar att. }lantteiesa: : .;;< ," ; ,. .J ;" plan, their crops. 'sprins !

.,. ... ... -"e'lrcdric--- -.cooluri- -. '.. 11 the' ,,1.T t J,.1Xl.-'M" .. .. t -;0.' .. ,. '.., Mr. and Mrs-'T. W. Markey ,must be;"near at hand.: I I
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Ttsited'Mr:; and'Mrs- K. Dukes
t t. '. v Nearly a miUioq modern F1 i3tCAomeh s have abel t a jf4 ed hi1,Lake'Bbtler Sunday: af ternourr.i Padgeit, have' been' suffering with .

7. f ?i "* : i,I1?: aW lees *cbVlpwifihii./ft1: :' ) a'ar.it*1 rf:See your electric i :Mfc'*H3f Mrs.' JD.. Douglas of styes'on'their eyes; and Ro>a'Pad ,

i. .. ,appliance dealer. ) none, for t thftJtyk'ajvJ l o&1 el'erGicrangyou 1\'' t :. take Butler8 visited Mrs) W. T. I gett wias' out ol school laxl w"eeTrwftlf 1 .
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h : 8" :;kJ.j ,r Mr. and MIl Marvin: 'Fietcher Uil 1!{ for faze vrbrk/Bobby: Padgett I V MOwEV FREE ESTIMATE

1.: arda. -1..kt.t ind-son-and-Mr- and Mrs Edison war iIi a1 far wr' ek. was iri the .

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TEN .. ..BKADFOBD" .. COUNTY.. .. ,.:- .-TELEGUAi'li- ..' ._STAJiliE" I'LOIUWA. :...-.aU.li, tL sati 9, 1911,0
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YYTYYYYYYYYYYYYYTTYYYYYYYYTYYYYYYYTYYYYYYYYYfyyyy\ .- held in spite of the absence of recovery.-Staff reporter YYYVYYYYYTVYYYYYYYYYYYYY all of Jacksonville. brother, Tommy, is now sick with I and'Mrs- Oliver and two grant:

NEWS .OF INTEREST TO COLOREp several members due to illness. 400 'Social Savin Club Sunday. guests of Mr. and Mrs. them. I children of Jacks nv111e.

Plans were,completed for a record The 400 Social Saving. CJub will HEJLBRONN Frank Norman and son. Ray Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Rites Sun- --

CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTTBy hop on Saturday, March 18, start- meet Monday night at the Try- were the Norman's son and day guests were Mr. Kite's brother -
ingat.8:30 p, m.; Features will include Me Cafe on the corner of 'Crosbyand Mrs. daughter-in-law, Mr.: and Mrs.
Ozora Shell :' Madison! 'HurleY-Gurley. Pine Streets. The club li: still By Harvey McCarthyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Clinton Norman of Jacksonville, and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. tMo95CtJe

1AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA and Poney. A small donation will open for new members. For fur- and their, son-in-law and daughter Alvin Kite and mother of Jack-

be collected at the'door, Come out ther information on' the 'services Howdy, Neighbors. A glorious Mr and Mrs. Lamar Reddish vUle.Visiting
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Heroines Called to attend as business of importance and see who will be the greatestin and obJe ;tiv's of the club contact and daughter Karen, of Eustis. with Mr. and Mrs. 666NATURAL.
Ruth Court No. 18 of Heroines must be transacted. Mrs. each of these _dances.. Club any member or Deacon C. J. day was enjoyed by all Sunday at Saturday evening supper guestsof Freeman Crosby Sunday were Mr.
of Jericho will meet at 4 p.m. Glennis Solomon will be hostessat members are urged: to invite all Carlswell. Hellbronn 'Church for our annual Mrs Lois Cox- and daughter.

March 15 ,in the Masonic Hall on this meeting. We regret the of your friends tq attend. No invitations CHURCH NEWS Homecoming event. There, are no i.1nd-were Mrs. Cox's son-i -Iaw !'* -

Brownlee St. All members are illness and hospitalizaticn of two will be'sent, but the gen- New Hepe Baptist Church, Rev.L. words that can describe the inspirational and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Earl -

asked to attend and complete members: Mrs. Jimmie Lee Thomas eral public is invited. President W. Mosley pastor held regular special singing that Norman of Gainesville.

payments on grand lodge assess- surgery patient in Biewster DeSue was unable to attend the pastoral services on Sunday start- began at 11 a. m., and continued Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Crosby

ments. The report for the year Hospital Jacksonville, and Mrs. last meeting but is up and doing tag with Sunday School at '10 a. till .1 p.m., when a delicious bas- visited Tuesday of last week with '

must go in at once. Plans will Pauline Marshall, patient at fine. .He \expects to 'attend the m., supt. John Diggs, Jr. in ket dinner was served the many with Mr. and Mrs. St. Clair Har- t

be completed at this meeting for Bradford County Hospital. We- next regular meeting which will charge. The lesson was taught by guests. Immediately after dinner ley Jr., and baby, in Jacksonville A

the annual Palm Sunday observance wish for each of them a speedy be the last:;Saturday in March at Rev._Townsend and reviewed by more singing ,was enjoyed till late I Shelia and Mike Norman, children -

The fourth Sunday, March recovery. We will continue our which.. time Mr and Mrs: Leroy Rev. Mosley. Morning Worship at afternoon. The attendance of this of Mr. and Mrs. Harold K. L ::

26. is the day when all loyal circle of church visits by attend- Long will be' hosts,for the members 11 a. m. sermon by, the pastor, Homecoming was outstanding and Norman have recovered from the ,, :
members of the Masonic family ing Bethlehem Freewill Baptist : Let's support all of the club music by the Junior Choir: 7' p. is believed to be one of the mumps and are back in school .

will turn out. Please get your Church Sunday at 3 p. m. All activities.and make this a banner m. evening service at which time biggest ever held. May we take Also Gail Cowart, daughter of

regalia in order so that this can members are.asked to attend and year.-P, :'Cummings, reporter. Rev. Townsend of Dunnellon delivered this opportunity to thank each of Mrs. Floyd Cowart has recovered Dependable -- Economical;

be 'a great day in.Starve and we bring a friend. Mrs. Sarah Prince American Legion. Activities the sermon. The spirit was you that attended and joined in from the mea.s.le6However, her
can all sing "Hosanna! Hosanna! and Gladys Blye are: club membersof Post 314 and Auxiliary were recent high all day with several local the wonderful singing and fellow- PHONE WO 4-1301 NIGHT WO 42.UICITY

Blessed is he that' cometh in the this church. This is our charity hostS- to the Constitutional visitors present.-Evelyn S. Johnson ship, making it a day to )long be OF STARKE GAS UTILITIES DEPT.

name of'the Lord."-MAM. project, so please come out, 'to Conference of the' Eleventh Dis secretary, 'Glennis Solomon. remembered. We hope you will .
Sophia Royal reporting. Freewill and help us.-Mrs AlmaR. trict of Florida. Guest'apeakers reporter.l feel free to visit and worship withus

Carnation Club -Jenkins reporter. included ,Deputy Dolph Reddish, Greater Allen Chapel A. M. )E. often, we'd love to have you
The Carnation ,'Social Saving Fiesta Club who a rich and interesting and family time.
gave Church,;Rev. L. A. Sampson pastor your any Producers!
Livestock
Club will meet) Monday March The club held its February discussion on "Prevention and will observe Trustee day starting DOn't forget regular services Attention

20, at the Reno Theatre with thevicepresident meeting on Sat., March 4. with Control of Juvenile Delimiency"; > with Sunday School at, 10';a. every Sunday and Weonesday

Mrs. Sarah Morris, vice-president Jerry Clark In Attorney ,A... J. Thomas, Jr., past m. Assistant Supt. Fannie,:'Frazier evening prayer meetings with If you have hogs or
in charge. AU members are asked charge A delightful meeting was Commander of Post 56 challengedeach in charge; 11 a. m. mornfcg. worship Rev. 1,. A. McGee offering the i cattle to sell now or in

Legion member to do more with Youth Department in messages joined by chorister, D. the future please contact

to'eurb'.cr1me.. and .juvenile prob- charge, music under the direction R. Redding, and Mrs. Jean Brook- one of the buyersat
lems by taking sincere interest Qf Mrs. N. L. Pullum. Pro/. Eddie ins at the piano. Also hear our Copeland Sausage

Chevrolet ... OldsmobileAUTHORIZED in "child welfare."'He stated that Thompkins, chairman of the pastor over the local radio station Company and give them

we must continue (o provide good Trustee Board, asks all class every Sunday afternoon from 5:45: Good Readingfor opportunity to buy
leadership and set'hIgh standardsfor leaders to contact members' that till 6 p. m.Harvey's. an

the. youth in our community. are unable to attend'and bring brother-in-law's mother theWhole your livestock.

Anderson ''Jr. High Chorus, under their contributions to help sup ,Mrs. Jones of Fernandina COPELAND OFFERS YOU
SALES B PARTS SERVICE the direction of Mrs. Z. P. Jen port the program and; financial Beach visited with us Sunday. FamilyNews
nings, furnished special music. obligations of- the church. The Sunday guest of Miss Dianne 4 BIG ADVANTAGES!

Our Shop Is Complete and Modern Mr., Millard Morris, of Jackson- District Sunday School 'Conven Mobley was Miss Patricia Officerof :
ville talked "Child Welfare" for Macclenny. e
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tion YPD and .Missionary groups: 1. Cash market every day.
the local units Fourth Division will meet in Alachua, March10.. Regret to report that Miss Bon. '
ROBERTS SHODoIZND and the"'state of Florida. He indicated All local churches are asked .fa ita Green, daughter of Mr. and o Facts 2. No commission.'i

there was a tremendous attend and send delegates. On Mrs. W. H. [Billl Green has the. 3. Special consideration given to meat

Green Cove Springs Ph. 3033 need,for' more concern about the Friday_the missionary department mumps. t My Features
welfare of, children He was en- will have charge of the program.. Mrs. Lois Cox and daughter, type hogs j

route, :to the groundbreaking Mrs. Lois Morris Pittman'p ill .be Linda, visited Friday with Mrs. rr.----------Y 4. Can furnish hauling for sufficientgnantitiea.
ceremonies for a new wing that is the speaker for the Junior 'Missionary Cox's son-in-law and daughter The Christian Science Monitor "'.'
t being'built for the,'Eccleston-Cal- Dept. Girl Scouts,'. njOY-. Mr. and Mrs Earl Norman of On Norway St., Boston 15, Most. .
lahan Crippled Children's Homein ed a delightful weine'p roast last' Gainesville Send your newspaper for the firM

i. 'Orlando.' President 1,. M. Royal Thursday at RJE during: the,regular Glad to report that Mrs. Wil- check d.order.Enclosed 1 year,find$20 my Q check oraoney CALL COLLECT HO ;2.3011e

and a committee of auxiliary meeting at 3 p.: ..mOther mont Brown has returned to her I aunt> $10 Q ) nannuli Q
members prepared a delightful teen-age girls are invited to i in. home at the State Farm after being CLAUDE PHILLIPS THERON HUDSONPRESTON

,. f .u MILKgal. lunch for all persons present in The meetings are held each ill in Bradford County Hos- '. POLK
the RJE "cafetorium. Posts and pital. Ittma
Thursday at 3 p. m. in room 22
;. Auxiliaries represented were: High at RJE. Don't forget, Junior Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.E. 1

s o Springs, Gainesville', Ocala, New- Church meeting each Monday'at C. Johns and son, Warren, MhiI CopelandSAUSAGE

,, berry' 'and. Starke.-Regular meet- 5 p. m.-E. J. Givens, reporter. were the Johns' children, Mr. and .-
held .both on Mrs. Clifford Johns and daughter CRt
ing was by groups Citizens. Committee To'Meet';
92c Sunday but will hot be conductedon The regular meeting of The Mr. and Mrs. Morris Johns COMPANY__a_.ALACHUA FLORIDA
r..s'! .N4g the first Sunday in April because Citizens Committee for the Bet- and family and Mrs. Lois Henson, ,.
Roister will be observed. III --- .. : t <411
4 terment of Youth will be held 'at a. .
Called meetings will be announcedby RJE on Monday, 8 p. m. All members
Ice Commander and Mrs 'L. M. and interested parents: are iRECTORYAUTO
Cream
Royal.. 'During.theielection ,of officers invited to, attend. It has been AREA BUSINESS I
all'.Fourth:, Division officials'remained :
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i proposed that' the; Reno Theatre "
Eggs Bread ,,the same; for .Auxiliary" ; be- used for a recreation center

Commander.. .::Julius*Royal of Post communitysince
for the youth' of the ; -- -
: L"lacw Cottage Cheese 314>was ,elected' Commander of it centrally located. ThiswOuld.keeP' ., GLASSMauldin's AUTO TRIM FLOOR AND TILE OFFICE MACHINES
Eddie
, Mow....Ilk.0 tot Fourth Division, while the chUdre out, of CONTRACTORSBobby
Into w diwtt Thompkins"; Nevperry..was elected the places .and they Hancock Typewriter
w mp Orange Juice juke-box Auto Glass ., __
vice-commander: Pejej&atewere" .... Baker Auto Trim
ie .1Pot- > : could have supervised record Mopsof i COMPLETE' STOCK CURVED L. Bryan Exchange
the Con-
elected to attend
their own. This would also .relieve TERRAZZO CERAMIC
stitutionaf" conference which. will GLASS ,* CUSTOM INTERIOR TRIM Smith-Corona Typewriters
the school of of the
one ASPIIALT PLASTIC TILE
be held,i1$.St. Augustine m April Windshield & Door Glass Clary Business Machines
Vy rememW our"sick with flowers many activities imposed upon the i ii i '.. Replaced In Any Make HeadlinersArm] Rests HARDWOOD FLOORING Repair Any Make i MachinsFR
i I. ;'. building. If we are to keep our Car Or Truck Floor MatsUpholstering Floor Sanding & FinishingFR 6-5551 '
has been
donations, .so $5
or
buildings clean and sustain then 6-4445
FR
6-6762
Lowest Prices
We Handle Saftey Glass
431 N. Main, Gainesville
sent to Clarence :DeSue who is educational usefulness I i
/ for over a FR 6-2558 FR 2-3226 1939 .N. E. 27th Gainesville
convalescing at home Our re long period we must take some of OPTICIAN
1314 S. Main Gainesville i
Gainesville
Ave.
1021 E. University
SUPPLIES
porter/Pauline Marshall{ is in the activities to other center in GARDEN

mmin County :Hospita We community which will include Inc. Beckum's_ Opticians
; Bradford ., Churches, halls, large homes, AUTO SALES & SERVICE i: Johnson & Paris,
Lindsey L Beckum );. 0
,
speedy COMMERCIAL
wish for these members theaters Complete Line of I
and church youth centers IMPERIAL CHRYSLER REFRIGERATION Lenses Duplicated--Quiet Repairs
I such as the one afNew PLYMOUTHVALIANT SEEDS-PLANTS- Artificial Eyes-Prescriptions
Bethel Baptist. It takes years to Authorized SalesPartsService FERTILIZ1yR8InsectiddeaPet Filled Promptly

Dtl"Q"' "G"G".i'l'i plan and propose construction of Hawes-Powers Refrigeration Supplies 22 W. University FR 6-85U
Fertilizer Spreaders'
We Rent
: school buildings but they can be Gainesville., Fla,
destroyed in a very short .time if Motor Co. Service Co. 224 N. W. 8th Ave. FR 2-0476

all interested persons do not do FR 2-2561 Sidney Leopold, Owner Gainesville Fla. PHOTOGRAPHY.

| their best to preserve and keep 294 N. Main Gainesville Commercial Refrigeration GIFTS-WATCH REPAIRS .
SHEPHERD'Ss them. Damage and destruction of I Air ConditlonlntFrlddaln
9 Used Cars 312 N. Main, Roy N. Green, Inc.
property must be cut if our edu- Ice Makers
a
FR 6-3400 Bill BarnesGIFTS Direct Color Portrait for Gifts
< cational institutions are to sur Sold And Serviced Anytime *
s vvrr s onTno 1IIt vive. This includes tables, chairs, LINCOLN MERCURY Gainesville. FR 2-8392 Photography Commercial Ptrtnlts
desks, and all school property.. COMETFIATRENAULTAUthortzed Heights FR 6-7700 CLOCKS WATCH REPAIRS *
Complete
Let's be good "Do Beet" and pro Sales Service -Parts i Specialists in Fine Repairs to Camera Supplies
1118 W.. University FR 2-4658
1 .' tect our school and community Trained Mechanics- Good CONCRETE PRODUCTS Antique Clocks and Watches Gainesville, Fla.
8845
property. Staff reporter, Used Can FR t-

fi First Born Temple Elder Flax: Barkley Motors INSIST THAT ALL YOUR 222 W. University Gainesville POWER'SAWS
Howard>pastor, win hold regular
615 N. Main Gainesville. CONCRETE PRODUCTSARE LADIES WEAR MeCULLOCH
.
services all day SundaY'.t.a.rt1nIwith
IN AND SEE A SHOW' ON .
COME
FROM
THE BEST
Church School at 10.;'a. m? B. & G. Motor Co., Inc. Cherry's CHAIN SAWS
Griffin in charge 11'a.. m.
Supt. ; NEW-USED SALESSERVICSFlorida :
Most Fashionable
morning worship;; 3, p..m. organization I HHJLMAN Edwards Building Gainesville's
Saw Co.
Address For Ladies
i : of New :Fellowship Union OLDSMOBILE CADILLAC Supply 1 Inc. .
DRESSES SUITS COATS *
6-3411
FR
$ which will include several churches -
hi Jacksonville. During$ the Authorized, Sales 6-7515'-Service-Parts 726 S. Main FR 2-4SU ACCESSORIES 2538 N. E. 19th Dr.-Gainesvilto
FR 105 W. University Gainesville T
morning service music will, be 115 & W. 'Second Gainesville Gainesville, Fla. SEWING MACHINES
.. furnished by the Junior,Choir. At MEN'S WEAR
= knoo TSWCE IS IBHI &3:00 YOBS K.KUOIC 8 p. m. a gospel and 'spiritual VOLKSWAGENSales DOORSWINDOWS Singer Sewing
*t oomrmam cauaas Fs: ormr s. singing feast will be presented.by -Service Part Silverman'sTHE

i 9 *12:33 HCCUUJCYOJ :*0Q0IO&Ui3TIL : the Singing Wonders of Jackson* MillerBrownMotors MAN'S STORE" Machine' CenterUsed
6 Florida Jalousies
ville. No admission will .be ClethlasHaberdasher Singer Sewing M&chinu
m $ i oonoxita rowtvanxroa'ss MISIIJ'! ,. charged but a' silver offering"will Inc. OF GAINESVILLE INC. ShoesSportswear Many One Of A Kiad

o : 00 GET BC&V1CIOB COLOftW : be collected during intermission. FR 2-3532 WINDOWS DOORS Formal Wear Rentals Starting At $!U5

Don't miss this musical treat. The 1030 E. University Ave. GainesvilleMontgomery Gainesville FR 6-6310
ALUMINUM AWNINGS 208 W. University,
II!! BlGmDE-INO_ : general public of ,Stsrke;and FR 6-3502 216 W. University Gainesvfflt
:
Bradford County are invited> to Palm,Bach Awning Windows

5 attend.-Ruby A.'Fisher; reporter. Pontiac, AU Meet A.W J.fA. SpecificationsWrite MOVER SHOES'
Or Call For Estimates
,
Ebenezer Baptist Cfcureh, Rev. Inc.
..
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E. D. Robinson pastor;.held' 'services FR 6-8215' Gainesville 1 MayflowerLOCAL Bob's Shoe StoreShoes
p 1817 Hawthorne Rd., .GainesvilleELECTRIC
& m on' Sunday startlnj :with PONTIAC -CMC TRUCKSB. AND LONG DISTANCE for The Entire Family!
HN Sunday School Supt. Henry .Bryant H. C. SPORTS CARS -r MOVING FORTUNE FOR MEN --,..
in charge. The ,spirit was Authorized Sales Parts -ServiceFR MOTORS Storage And Crating CHARM SET FOR WOUZNENDWELL
high all day. Practice .has, started: 2-2585 Gainesville FR i-52t# ; FOR CHILDREN

57m for the Easter Program Ail parents _22 N.. W. 8th.. Ave., Gainesville- Electric Motor Bags Millenery Accessories
0 : $ are asked to encourage MUSIC 21 W. University Gakiesvills
s scholars, take a part. The active Crane Motor Co. Repair Co. CenterPIANOS !
The Music
U 6 s 3fi scholars will be given a.Easter Egg LARHANGLLt1811'GLIBH OF GAINESVILLE. hfCCOMPLE'T SPORTING GOODS
hunt by the Sunday SchooL Dontwait FORD $ ELECTRIC MOTOR ORGANSBAND -
until Easter Sunday tor. come INSTRUMENTS
SALES AND SERVICE
Authorized Bales & Serne-
to Church School, attend every "c mplete' Service for AU Hakes" Genuine Wagner Electric Products | Sales-Repairs Accessories This Area's Most Complete Lin! !
( Sunday.in the year.Remember all FR 2-8318 Sheet Music of Sporttef Goods M
:r 506 E. University Ave. FR 2-4251
..ACKS! NDU2HG.3I. our sick and slrut-in m., mbers. Fla. 1030 S. llain.. Gainesville "You Can't Beat our Terms"
Gainesville
Gwendolyn Robinson Flora Belle | 1025 W University Gainesville Jimmie Hughes Inc.
s: \
; : ,
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: OMiRCA\1ICIORaW" Hudson and Irene Pittman recently AUTOMATIC FARM EQUIPMENT! i MUSIC SUPPLIES '
returned from 'A state. TRANSMISSIONS 1113 W.. University C tinelritl
{a S - *' basketball tournament in Port St. I Lillian Music 'StoreflGa1nesri11e ,

@ Joe. They reported a wonderful: AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSIONS Ruah'sTractorCo.lnc. Leader" Since 1933 YARNS-TOYS
trip and brought greetings from ARE- OUR BUSINESS ABLE '
the Bowie,.family,. there:;Ran ll Service ft Repairs Work NEW HOLLAND KRAKAVER WTh ITER- Jack and ,JillA I
: : PIANOS PIANORGRANS
HEPHERD'S RADIO 1 ALLIS CHALMERS .
& TV
.. : English. .reporter. Guaranteed DIASSEY-FF.RGUSOv CHORD ORGANS S159-S375. Complete LinedYi
Sheet Music t s- '. 1ttrlc '
Guitars Drums JlttltAf
Phone -
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4-6901 412 E. Call St. & HB& BIO&r FOQrt tit .** Lamar PearsonAT i .Farm "Equipment And Tractors Budgets _...' F'"*. Instruction +
Starke, Fla. trayyta'" write. OOEM la rzdo > TUBBY CQ STOVICEN. r FR5-43S5 FR 6-5931 Tofa
of .1 '.f.'j. : ."" 1 lent year Urcrit ESTKbKOOfiPea. -N.' W. tarts st. GineTiH :Archer Rd Gainesvilto 112 S, E. First, Gainesville 6UJ3l, t1JZivmit1 vi8PAGE
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/03574
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 9, 1961
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
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
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:03574
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1. Department ( ) Jr. demurredand The of SR 200 U.
,';' .. .. ,1h." '" .-1t".;; ,.........'.. '",' :... ._ W. '.. \ ,..., "., .. ,." .. projects approximately four-laning (
: rc ,' /.\ ".' ;.: : '';&"':"_' ;J, U..Jr ':> ; I--t, .<. .. notified the commission that Brad- six miles and are all proclaimed he would like to 'S. 301) from the intersection of
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i& ./. : : 1, : "\\'i \ .-.l.. .....' L '"! ." $T i. '*' '. llf \ .' '6162. This money accrues to the Fourth place on the priority list Brooker doesn't need anything ever Reworking and resurfacingSR
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issue in 1954. Bradford has had SR 100. 000 bond issue.Commissioners. Re-working and resurfacingSR

"" J'f '''" '."' -'. } ." ....'f-...; .. .. .. .L",, .L ;" -..A .. '" ".".' '4t .;,.,": no funds for secondary, ro.ad. construction Sixth spot on the priority list Jessie Chastain 16 from Clay County line to
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.L ',Lb SJ {" "r.t'1d'i: ._ E)_ 1'r :. 1'' countyin of are with sidewalk curbing, and gut
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';' ,,)'I'!, :-, ': 'r;!. : \ .\. t ..'... J }!:. f-- ',\i.t\I I '-J:. /lY'i', h"r' At the meeting here Tuesdaythe Santa Fe Lake.Commissioner. and one bridge over New J right-of-way for the US 301 south

m :1i; \tt iq&3b : ."' ', : ( U ;:. ,; : Commission eve'number one Jerome Johns River and almost two miles of four-laning j project, the SRD gave
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U. S. 301 right-of-way (south) and two Bradford County' secondary BRADFORD TELEGRAPH

roads Included in the recent $1,700,000 bond issue are indicated byzigzag *

lines on above map. Four secondary road bridges also included

in the bond Issue are shown by stars. Also included In the L

bond Issue was payment of half a million dollars owed the State Road Official County Publication Established In 1879

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Department for U. S. 301 right-of-way (north) to county line. '
Other VOLUME EIGHTY-TWO STARKE. FLORIDA. THURSDAY, MARCH 9, 1861 NUMBER THLRTY-SEVEN
secondary roads approved for hard-surfacing by County ,- -

Commission are indicated by chain-link lines. Three of these are
HOUSTON GIVEN FPC O.K.Hydrocarbons
scheduled to start this year. (See story at top of page.) BwnperCropOf -.


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federal Too Crowded Bradford Berries Plant
ProgramIs Rally Day Is .



Recertified, Morgan Agrees To Highlight Of, One Week AwayBarring Move -


ih. a floodr a freeze a .Step Ahem ,.

City Clerk Says Vacate Courthouse 4HCiubfekRally % --.4 tornado:atastrophe. ;-or-':Bradford other County.unexpected will I' ,

be in the strawberry business In 1 f
Starke's Workable Program has -. Day a big way next:week. The $7,350,000 extraction plant, proposed to.be,built-,by
been Disgusted with the "crowdupand courthouse facilities this leaves highlighted the observance I
informally recertified. City I i Florida Hydrocarbons Inc. near Brooker moved tep'D
of National 4-H Club County Agent G. T. Huggins a r-
Clerk get-by philosophy1 of the the Board of Public
Merrill Edwards Instructionno
told the
commission Week in Bradford County last said yesterday that plants-especially er reality last week when a Federal Power Commission ex-
county
Bradford
city council at its choice but to provide office '
meeting Tuesday
night, and all doors still School Superintendent Harmon space outside the courthouse. Saturday. The recreation program, those on plastic-have i aminer Washington, D. G. approved plans of two subsidi-

open for federal assistance are in P. Morgan Tuesday said he would "Rather than be continually held in the USO, was attended by 'set" the heaviest crop of bloom aries of Houston Corporation to expand _+heir natural 1 gas

community improvement move his offices from the court- harrassed by this 'crowd-up and more than 100 4-H Club girls and and fruit within memory in this systems in Florida.The .
projects. county. Berries picked next week made before the end'of 1961.
their rlE
parents from all
house rather than parts of
Edwards said be continually get-by philosophy' for the next decision of Examiner
he
received
word
i the will Ybe from plants on plastic The FPC order will authorize
of the recertification thh week harrassed by an ever-increasing 10 years I personally feel and county. Howell Purdue will become a final
mulch, Huggins said. Berries Houston Texas Gas & Oil Corpor
from Walter E. Keyes. regional space problem. will so recommend to the Boardof Junior leaders composed of the Commission' Order If no exceptions -
mulched with straw will not reach ation, a subsidiary of Houston
administrator of the Housing and Morgan agreed to the move in Public Instruction, that the older club members had chargeof ; or review are initiated within -
Corporation to build
picking stage until two weeks $16.128,000
a letter sent to the county com- the different activities. Carolyn l.E 30 days.Officials .
Home Finance superintendent's office be
Agency in Atlanta, moved later the agent said. in new facilities to Increase 1U
Ga., by both letter and telephone.The mission Tuesday the last :day of a from the courthouse.: Chilson was Mistress of Ceremohi i of Houston CorporationIn maximum day deliveries to 371 million -

clerk used the word ''In.formaUy" 60-day period the commission gave Morgan agreed that Yawn needs ies, Linda Cox and Cheryl Shealy Around 150 migrant Negro laborers F Vt ij St. Petersburg said yesterday cubic feet, an increase of 93
him after requesting that he vacate directed games, Norma Jean Par-; were scheduled to arrive a "
because according to more space, but said he does not the next step after final approvalwill million feet of natural daily.
here Friday from Louisiana to help gas
the one room of his offices to i feel his fish and Inger Hansen had charge be obtain for
Keyes, city has to form a moving office is the solu- I to financing The construction includes
provide additional space for Coun- tion of the muffin contest and exhibits harvest the bumper crop that will t pLV ap
planning committee whose job it to the problem. The super .I the proposed plant and then have
ty Judge T. A. Yawn, whose offices Kathy Jones and Cheryl start rolling to market early] next \, proximately 235 miles of lateral
will be to demonstrate to the government intendent said in his letter that engineers draw up plans and lines and
week. The workers will be housedIn an additional 30,000
adjoin Morgan's.The he would not Shealy had charge of the dress revue LV '
progress the city has agree to having the : specification for construction. horsepower in
made In so'me area which comes commission after receiving south room of his offices divided and Gail McKinney registered Bradford County's new labor They considered it possible that a compressorcapacity.

under the Workable Program, and j I the letter Tuesday instructed as has been rumored. This, he everyone attending. camp.J. In. ,the Heilbronn Springs start on the project might be
send. In additional: information o j Clerk.Charles Darby to write MorI said, is a continuation of the In carrying out the theme of section. Growers who will need extra Another subsidiary of Houston.

forms sent to the city by the, I gan a letter requesting an ap- "crowd-up and get-by philOsophy.1ICrowded the program, "Gay 90's in Revue," labor are' advised to contact Band To Parade Coastal Transmission Corporationof
Atlanta office. ; proximate date on when he would conditions in the court- girls came dressed in appropriate Jim Chasteen, labor camp manager Cadet Tomlinson Houston. Texas-(would be allowed

vacate his offices. house will costumes..Myra Parrish of Brook at WO 4-3011-10r informationon to Increase Its maximumday
But the clerk said Keyes told get worse Morgan said, For Its
Morgan said he would allocation of workers SupperThe capacity by 87.494,000 cubic!
him the city is definitely recerti move as and all occupants suffer fromit. er was voted'. as most typical of Given DistinctionAt
soon as the school board can feet daily, It would build about 71
fied, even though the planning pro- The superintendent said that this era. 'Starke Market .Manager J. R.
committee and additional information vide adequate space elsewhere paper work in his office has doub-, Arlene Register'and Thelma Wainwright has advised all avail The Citadel Bradford High School Band 1 I miles of supply laterals and 12,500

Is required. but at present there are no funds t led in the past 10 years, due to I Knight of Brooker received blue able' buyers of the early-maturing will stage a parade at 2:30 p. m. additional compressor horsepower

The planning committee, Edwards available with which to construct. growth and increased governmenti -. ribbons for their muffins;. Opal crop here in an effort to have Friday In advance of the fund. on Its system at a cost of'I7.27S,*

said. .Ic.. ...1'h... h.. foci V : row offices. The superintendent i al fiiTwtions.. and he sees no reason ., [Continued On Pare Six] [Continued On Pan Six] Cadet Mark Tomlinson. son ol raising Pancake ,upper In tlu!
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ijr ;I said he ".would look for funds for II !'1- Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tomlinson of high school cafeteria from o p. m. I
the city council and may consist' for the trend to reverse it- expansion will allow the
of the council itself, if the members I an office costing an estimated >, self in the future.Morgan's i.- -I '- : :, Route 2, Starke was recently given that same day.Pancakes companies to supply 14 nv resale

so choose. This has been the $7,000 or $8,000 when he makes I II !II office space consists 'iI: f.i. .' .. the distinction of being one of syrup sausage tea, customers In Florida as well u
I out next year's budget, in June I] .. .... > '< .A; the four officers in next year's and coffee will be served to the seven Intervenors. and 10 direct
case in the past, the clerk stated. j ot two rooms and a vault. The f i
i, and July. No state funds can be I ;
City Attorney Arch Thomas Jr. is I south room which houses Mor- "
used to construct offices for the i 1 : rK .. Charleston, S. C. military college far children. The benefit
supperis will be in latter
Investigating the details of forming I 'I gan's desk and in which the school 3 f.-;"'" the class. It Is
superintendent.In [Continued On Pare'Six] sponsored by the Band Boosters
the committee. board meets is the the owned by the Houston Corporation
his letter to the commission I t, one commission .-.
Money RtQu'estedNewly giving to Yawn. and the Sun 011 Corporation
Morgan said, "Since the Board of proposes 18 Years AgoCounty
appointed Bradford County Commissioners seem to be The Commission have changed S -' .. In his decision the examiner
County Commissioner Jerome their meeting day to Tuesday to said It appeared the $7,350,000
unalterably opposed to expenditure
any -
Johns appeared before the council of funds for (additional) allow the school board td meet in To Pour Out Booze liquid extraction plant would be

Tuesday night to request that the the courtroom Mondays.. economically and financially feas

city pay the county $3.500 per Contract Let 0rGymnasium Without the south room Mor- st Confiscated In Raids ible.Present
year for 10 years to assist the gan's office space would be cut s plans call for the new

county In buying the right-of-way RJE nearly in half, leaving him no pri- t. plant to be constructed on a site

for U. S. 301 south through ; vate quarters. At present, one of The Bradford County Commission temperance leaders who said sucha I adjoining Houston's booster station

[Continued On Pace Six] his two secretaries has her desk 7.. has instructed its attorney.T. deal would be putting the county about two miles north of

,Other ProjectsBradford in the vault adjoining the of- k r Frank Landrum to take what "in the whiskey business. At Brooker on SR 23U Aa option was

Come One! Come All! fices. -a, rF ever steps are necessary to disposeof that time it was considered impractical taken on 50 acres of handler this

County's School Board County Attorney Frank Lan- "for all time" the remains of to get a court order to purpose several months ago.

To ThePatrick's : Monday let a $113,268.contract to drum reported that according to a quantity of wine whiskey and destroy it. The plant will be designed to

St. Eve Tharp Construction Company of a ruling' from the attorney 'gen- gin confiscated by the county 18 Due to the passage of time produce 285,000,000 gallon of LP
years ago. however, the in much [bottled to
Jacksonville for the construction eral's office the law is vagueon whiskey Is gas annually-enough
Dinner of a gymnasium and two class providing space for public of- A source of much speculationand worse condition. Caps on the bot- supply all needs within a b0-mIi

rooms at RJE High School in ficials. The ruling recommended a controversy over the years tles have' deteriorated causing' radius including the city of Jack

(Smorgasbord) Reno and completion of the cafe- spirit of cooperation between 'the L the whiskey-at least that part some of the beverage to evapor sonville.

Starke Woman's Club torium at Southside Elementary. school board and county commis- which still remains-Is stored in ate. Roaches and other bisects In addition to propane, eight

"The buildings should be easily sion to ,work out an amicable a closet In Sheriff P. D. Rcddish's have also done considerable dam other hydrocarbon components

Th urs., !March 16 completed by next school term" agreement. U Pound 2 Ounce 'Black Bass office. The Sheriff describes It as age to labels stamps, and the win be extracted, Inchidins" pure

Serving 6 to 8 County School Superintendent Commission Chairman Carl Pre- DO longer fit for human con boxes in which the liquor was gasoline, msthan normal butane
p. m. Harmon P. Morgan said. The con vatt agreed with this advice and sumption and recommended to stored. Some bottles are completely -I isobutane isopentane. normal

Adults $1.50 Children $1 tractor has 150 days beginning said he felt the two boards ,could Hooked By Buddy Bishop the commission that it be de empty. The wine smells sour pentane. and bexan They win be
which stroyed. and the smells "weak" as extracted 'froai natural for
March,6 in to complete the handle the situation in a cordial whiskey gas
This Space Contributed project. Construction will begin manner. Fishing like almost everything C. Fishing contest. L. B. [Junior] Landrum said it would requirea if most of the alcoholic content sale to large industrial users.

immediately Morgan said but, it_ else ,must he getting bigger and Chambers' 13 lb. 11 1-2 oz. fish court order to destory the con- might be gone. Houston official have said the

Weekly to Publicize will probably be two or threeweeks Recent Births, better these days judging by this in new relegated to second place traband beverage, which would No one presently in the court- plant would] open new fields for

Community Events byCOMMUNITY before materials are order string of huge black bass caught and James :McRae Is In third place first have to be declared unfit for house knows how much whiskey industrial development] in Florida

ed and work really begins.In Bradford County Hospital ant in Big Orange Lake by Buddy in the bass division with a 13 lb. human consumption by a group of was confiscated to begin with providing the necessary hydrocarbons

THE, a break-down of the cost_ o nounces the following births: Bishop and Bill Graham Starke 10 oz.. fish. Impartial observers. since no original Inventory can which have thus far been
each item Morgan said the gym Mr. and Mrs. George Tillman businessmen.' Bishop caught the two largest When the matter of dispositionwas be found. Former Court Clerk A- unavailable due to high cost of

STATE BANK would cost approximately $67,OO 0) of Keystone Heights a daughter The whopper on the right fish above while Graham hooked brought up several years ago J. Thomas Sr. believes there was bringing them into the state.

the two new classrooms $15,000,, Shelia Marie, March 2. weighed lug 14 lbs 2 or. and the smaller ones. All five of the sale of whiskey to dealers or even an inventory at the time of confiscation I They are vital la the manufacture

OF STARKE and the cafetorium. addition at t Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Craig of was hooked by Bishop on a black beauties Upped the scales at a to hospitals for medicinal put but present Clerk Char- i of plastics, and their 'If&UabD1tJ

Starke Elementary 25000. Starke a son, March 7. eel and is now tops in the C. of!'total of 41 3-! Boa. poses was vigorously opposed by I [Continued On Fate Six I 1C.nt1'( rap Sb1P

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... .L'v- .. ...... .. .. .. ,- v-.- .- .- ..... \ Mr. and Mrs. Fred Guy ands Mr. and Mrs., Walter 'Tinimerman I Mrs. and Mrs. George Huggins Mr., and Mrs. J. H. DuPre spent I t I Laura Andrews 1I 85 Recent< Births
ll1, Jimmy and Mr. and Mrs. of Stockton, Ga. are 'guests : had as guests Saturday Mrs. Hug-I I Sunday in Palatka with Mr. and I I ,

Bell all of Gainesville spent the Jhjs week .pf Mrs.. Tlpunetro.; 's i gins' .sisteriniawMrs.. Bell Jef i i i Mrs. C. J. Harrington and while i r i Lifelong>< .Resident., Doctors Hospital l annouqcca the
weekend at Mrs. A. Z. Adkins' .bmtiier'and'sisterin-law'Mr., and i fords< and ,four daughters,. and i ii ;'there attended the Azalea ;.Festi :Passes r iollowingbirths:

summer home on Kingsley Lake. I Mrs. L. D. Vining.. i Mrs: W. T. Crevasse and daughter i valMr 1 1 '- Friday>; l ilr. .,And Mrs. Marvin Brownlee

Dr. and Mrs. Marcus F. Brown Miss Verna Nistendirk of Tal r Ann, all of Alachua; .Theywere I I and Mrs. Maurice Edwards l I Mrs. Laura Reddish I of Gainesville* a stn, Starch 3.

and son, Craig, of NeePort, I l iahassee, director of Library Extension '-,: eriroute to Jacksonville to 1 and family!. .spent the weekend. ; .at lifelong l _resident of'Andrews> )Jr. and Mrs: .D. J. Stanley of

8H THE NEWS Richey were visitors last week of for the ;.Florida State Library -'' see the Ice .Show. 1 I I I. Horseshoe ...Beach. County_85, a died last Friday nigpt Bradford: Jha : ,i i.Santa ,Fe, a' daughter. March 8SUN.5ION.TUES.

Dr. Brown's mother. Mrs. M. F. spent last.Wednesday' hereon Paul.Knight,oniiami.wnll spend,, :I i Mrs. H. .H, Joiner of Winter -
i
Broom Craig remained with his business the weekend here with 'his mop: r:,[Garden: : ; is spending this,"weeK} 'here i Jacksonville.several. hospital weeks :after' an.. I ox_ .,;< ,__,._ ..",.- .- r.' '. "
.----------------- illness! of She. was .
-- those the ,ilrsH. E. ._ -. -"
attending there .
Among .K the 'her soninlawslid
1igbt.- as guest of -'
while his arents
grandmother j : {
Mr. and Mrs. C. SHaddock I Mr., and-Mrs. G. P. Dover of Ft. made a brief trip to Atlanta,'Ga. I Azalea. Festival in_palatka' Sunday I biro and Mrs. W. F. Herlong; } I i,[! daughter, Air and Mrs. ,yo S. +daughter born Dec of 25.the 1875,late and Wijli; 'as atdDarr the I I 5 -tlY g-:

and family spent the weekend in Lauderdale are spending several Mr. and Mrs. J. CvMcA'hany ofReevesville were Mr and Mrs. George B. have as house guests bliss Myrtle !i: Haas. --' Reddish 'pa : ,' ...,, !(

Kingsland Ga. with relatives. months here with Mr. Dover's S. C. were guests I Flynn, Sr., Major and 'Mrs. Harry [ Herlong of ,Leesfcurgh and 'Mr. :;: -Miss Audrey Mae Mizell of St. 1 settlers Andrews of early !i ; ,,' 1IE; : :
Bradford ,
She
Friends of Mrs. Phoebe Bakken brother-in-law.pnd sister Mr. and Monday of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hatcher and family, ilr. and Mrs. and Mrs. ,R. .Wl Honnoll and son, ;' Simmons Island will spend this I II I : : County' :

will be glad to.learn :that she rejjurjied Mrs.. F. F. Flume. .Barksdale.; They; were, en route .i Mike Sheppard .a>ad ;;son, .Bobby, Harold, of Waynesville' N. C. ]I'j weekend- .here with her brother' 1 Baptist was .a member Church of.and'the .made N* :,v River..herhqme 2AJ..' "'r -X -'<'"..

Jo ..home. last Thursday Just Arrived rFormoia Azaleas home after spending the weekendin ,I and Mr. and Mrs Ned Yancey and Mrs. W..F. Herlong ,was honored 'I I in-law and sister, Mr. and 1ofrs.r '
after- being confined jo :Bradford 45c. ,.Florida -P \,Control. Hampton- with relatives.- I daughter, Peggy, Mr..and Mrs. E. with a.surprise birthday dinner I'r Eugene Williams. in that section for' many: \&ARCH .12-13-14

County. !rHospital for several f.days. Mr. and, Mrs. Earl, Norman- of I Mrs. Effie Johns .and Mr. and |E EA.' 'Tan er and.jiouse ,.guest Mrs. Sunday, given by her children I I 1dr .:Robert Strunk is a paiiwt years the.before moving to her Starkeafter ."The. 'Sign .O#; Z o. Jro";

Mrs R. J., Davis Pnt .last Gainesville were guests Saturday bars. Freeman Johns visited :Mr. W.. Chapman of Cplumbus,' Ga., Mr. and Mrs. W.: H. Steinmeyer i I in ,Bradforii, .Coun y Hospital following husband..G retirement of late Starring: Guy ,.1 '

Thursday and Friday .in Gaines- night of Mrs. Norman's mother, and ,Mrs. .Mobl i .at Salt Springs- air .and .Sirs Dolph Reddish and, Mr and Mrs. F V. Herlong and I, surgery last Friday. 'farmer Andrewsa'and one-time, prominent The Last' !1IP 11llamsMan
Mrs. E..LCox.. family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert son Mark Mr; and Mrs. Mark ;I
Sunday.Dr. I i
'with herson, -in-law and daughter
county Starring laol MJIB& !,}avid
Mr. and Mrs. H. GDavis.. She Mrs.. Rosalie Crutchfield of St. and Mrs. Corbin S- Carnell Green and 'family, Sheriff. and i Herlong. and Mr. and Mrs. Mer- : For commissioner' r S : ,
her Augustine spent the weekend hereas and sons of Gainesville 'weredinner Mrs. P. D. Reddish and Mr. and I shon Ritch, all of Jacksonville.. J JOrowToae J'J'I lr e_e._ Teajns Tie4. J Surviving are three sons, Itec1-( Wayne, Bejsy Pabner... and a Claudia
home by :
twas accompanied Mrs. Arthur Adkins. .Pellets. Florida Peat I II Midget>< Cage Le dish. .R. Andrews, and. Chester. -\n- McNeil.Phte.
grandson Gregg, who ,spent the the guest of her son-in-law guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. i. $d\ '
x Brews.. ., both of New River, and Color CartqonWEaTHURS.
Mrs. A. E. 'McKinney spent# I Control ,
Mr. Mrs. Marion ; .
weekend here. Sunday night Mrs and daughter, and Quigley Saturday night I I .
Payne Dr. and Mrs. Roland J. Schachtand Sunday afternoon in Gainesvillewith i The Girl Scouts and Brownies The.Midget Basketball League. is Guy I Andrews Starke; one'daughter -
Davis had as dinner guests Mr. ..
daughter.. Sale son ot Racine Wis.. .were: Mr. and Mrs. L., A.. Brown. enjoyed a picnic? at Gold Head ,, in a'' three-way tie for first 'place, i Mrs., Joe. O, MoreJand. Jack- :
and Mrs. Davis and Mr. and .Mrs. Guy spent : 15-.lti
of'Mr. Madison Street Y. W A/s. pre I Branch Park Saturday afternoon.!1 I going> into the last we.ek'Q: play. I sonviUe; two' brothers, Raiford MARCH
house .and Mrs.,, G. < .
Jenn and R. H. Waterhvuse all the weekend in Tallahassee with guests I '
J. McGriff Sr. last week. Dr. .and sented a skit, to the W..J4..U.: at : Chaperones for the occasion were l 1 Andrews Drugs: Court Shoe ;:"Re:' Reddish and Willie'Redd h. both The :Perfect ,Furlough\
their Linda Kay ,
of .Gainesville. Gregg accompaniedhis daughter, Miss
parents home Sale a student at FSU. :Mrs! Schacht are. parents of Mrs. the churchMonday afternoon. Mrs. Pat Cauffman leader .of'I pair! and Local Finance, all ,have .of Raiford;; three sisters, Mr; Starring: TOnCUitl,, *, and ;} net

GrowrTone PelWs.. Florida Pest ;; Patrick? T. McGriff of Milwaukee Clarence Collier of Rome, Ga. the Scouts' Mrs ;J, D. Warren, ,3-2:: records. Alice. Edwards and! l rs. Lillie Leip.

Control.: Mrs. H. H. Adams, Mrs. George Wis.Mr. L-the guest thisweek-; f Mr. and leader of the 'Brownies, Mrs. .Gerald I Local'Finance, the only team to .Cone. both of Brpoker, and Mrs. \ To rl e MQ.9 I
Huggins, Mrs. Gilbert Brown. Mrs.E. Mrs. B.: L. MoxleyJr 'Graudon defeat bP.at''the Bessie Sapp, Raiford; 14 grandChildren : ( }t.
and Mrs. Joe P. Tomlinson < Ewing; Mrs.: Fred Andrews [Drugs, -
Jr.,
Friends of Riley Sweat Chiefof D. Olmstead W. E. Mid- (i. Starring; Robert Diontgvpcty:
Mrs.:
and 11
| Mr. and -.llrs. Donald E. .Neel and Mrs. Lola Garbett. druggists again 21-16 b inc1.a great grandchildren. '
frontlot
purchased water
Police will regret to ]learn that recently a dDna I4sa.
a
dleton Mrs. L. A. Davis, Mrs. E. and children visited Rev.'ancs'Mrs.1l' Mr. well balanced :: ?
on Grandin Lake, which is and Mrs. H. K .Davis ant: attack. Bobby> : '
he is.a .Jacksonville.patient ..in st: Vincent'sHospital K. Ferryman, Mrs. F. S. Smith now known as Gradin 'Lake i -1?. Hainea at:their home in Al- Miss Ginger Thornton' spent,Sun. White had/,8 points and> Ronnie Funeral services were held 'at ..2P. Platt Color Cartoon.' -

i Mrs. Gilbert Newcomb, Mrs. C. D. Shores. | tomonte Springs' Sunday/ day at Daytona Beach. TomUnson'6 for the victors, while. m. Sunday in New River: Bap- FBI.-SAT., MARCH 17JSDynamations '
Mrs Virginia Grazier of Gaines .
: Williams, Mrs. W. G. Haile. Mrs. Mrs. R A. Newsome returned 'Greg scored his tist.Chu.nJith Rev. L. I Parker H
Harold' *
Grow-ToTte Pellets; Florida; Pest Davis spent the weekend Reddish all. of. : 'Wo Ids"
villa, director of Santa Fe Regional H. C. Ritch, Mrs. E. F. Mayton, Control.. tc. .her home ,here last Friday'af in Palatka. with'Mr. and Airs. :tea n16.' : points. offwiatins.>, Burial was in the I 3. 't, .. I
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.Library, was an official visitor Jr., Mrs. Buford Mitchell Mrs. -Mrs. Jennie Thornquest of Jack ter spending. three weeks in Lalielead Leslie Sapp. : Court Shoe and Register Gulf church cemetery: under the direc-i .

at' the library here Monday. H. O. Boyette Miss Amy CobUrn, sonville spent Saturday with'' :bir. wittier br th r-tn-Jaw and Friends of Smith DeVoe will : were"tied $-.8 in the first period, ;i9n of PeWUt C. Jones. Funea1Home. '," ALL $T\i.lS: a
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'Mr: and Mrs. Lyle Meyer ofRockford. Mrs. W. L. Blair, and Mrs. EugeneWilliams and Mrs. J. T. Quigley.. 1lrs. sister, Mr. aild'. :Yrs. :B.'. 'E?; -} 'DI., enroute to Winter attended: the district thews. in Bradford Hospital.. grandsons: of Mrs. Andre rs. |
Thornquest will observe her 93rd County i point lead by the end of the third} ,
Haven and Miami,. were guests; meeting of the WSCS of the birthday anniversary on March Mr. and Mrs... W. A. McCaU.re Sirs Vi Raulerson underwent quarter. Register came oaring .i The. Jrtbund T,h_ ..t I

Wednesday and Thursday of Mr, Methodist Church in Gainesvillelast 26. turned to i their home in Largo surgery at the .Baptist Memorial back 'tp.' hit for 14 points in 'th.el PancaJje Supper.: Friday ?(l ight Thought fle Was,
and Mrs Albert rtm.a\m.. Thursday. here with their uncle At 6 p. a>L..high School tafctera.i
\ Air and Mrs. J. L. Cole and I after visit Hospital in Jacksonville Monday. l last period, but it wasn't .qui e 1! ,
and aunt Mr. and Kirs. Jesse Benefit ,Bradford. : High! School Raccoon
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son visited in Jacksonville, Sunday morning. enough as CourtSha3e edgtd them : '
Band.
arid enjoyed. the ice Show, whilethere. Newsome. Grotr-Tone. <'Pellets.. Florida Pest'. out 2826. Johnny Westfall! and I' r Plus Color .Cartoon rr.wRww

SATURDAY MORNING Mrs.Martin Jesse left Newsome and for Pompano bird ControL David: Silcox- were high for the ..--..,......- ..--......,-. .-'- __.. -7: ,' '..'
Mr. and Mrs..A. Russell Norman I' Gary today Mr and Mrs. W. J. Dodd Jr.I winning team with 18 and ,,8 ?-'L-.r
visited )tr:. and :Mrs. G. C. Norman Beach and 'Miami for a had.as *guests Sunday? :Mr. andMrs. points;'Jimmy Moore and Wayne: '-

MAR. c' ,,10:00 in Tallahassee last Saturday, week's visit with ,relatives John; B. Sapp and baby of Blankenship. had'14 and 1: pojnts. J .
I Little Elizabeth Ann 'daugh Daytona Beach, Mr. and Mrs. + I
.1 and Sunday. On Saturday after- respectively for the oilers. '
11th A. M. noon they attended the Camellia ter Of.lr. and.Mrs A. J. Thomas, Dan Priest and family, of Jack- Schedule for Saturday. : Andrews .

.j ; : .d;: I Show in Mariana. Jr. is confined. ,to home because sonville, and Mr. and Mrs. Bill l vs Court Shoe; Local. .
t Just Arrived=Formosa Azaleas45c. of measles. JM :* Dodd and sozi of Starke. Finance: vs Register. '

\ Florida Control air and Mrs. Maxie. Carter' Jr.. ,
Pet
't.. .S. 'H'OW1 Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Wynn ,,en and.children sjJtat' the} weekend.in: :c _., . v' '-- ... .. a -'
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Orlando with..Mrs., 'Carter's ; .
tertained with a, fish dinner on : a gar ,+

-. t'\ ,, Wednesday home on Hampton of last Lake week.at..their, honoring ments-Mr! .."Mrs. Clyde, and Mrs.TerwJ1legar'enter. J. ,B, ,Spencer.- firing: 'Tfte Family(( ., .." ., ,, .

WILL BE i Air and Mrs. J. T. Quigley on rained the Thursday Morning .

I l their, 53rd wedding am ve".sary. ,Bridge Club at.;.her,home on East TO THE 'sx

t -s. I those the Ice Call Street. v r -. .
Among attending I
"LITTUST HOBO"AT Show in Jacksonville last weekendwere Mrs. 'T, J, Griffin returned to' f- '

: },fro and Mrs. Robbie Shal- her home here last Friday after .

ler. Major and Mrs.: Barry Hat a month's stay in Jaeksaonvillewith : PAKAXESUPPER; "., '- .' '. !
THEThese ; \ a .
I her daughter Jolr,. .C. C. '
cher, and children, lira :
Clyde Mendoza. ,. .. .'.... ,. +,'u.
Sinclair and. daughter ;Mr. .and .
y Mrs. ,Ogden Bates, Mrs. W. E. Mr. ,and,}1fs.IL.- O..Hazen.,spent "..,\1.', : i,.s. .f '_',

5 {a rFLORIDA 'THEATRE :Middleton. Miss Madge Middleton, Sunday! in, 9ajnesvillei!! with, Mrs. ,? ; .;., ., '' ... -
Hazen's bmther in-law and sister 1
Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Adams, Mr. .

f+ and Mrs. T. H. Slade,Mr and Mrs. Mr..andjtii r7 George; Barber. l ... ..:... .N 1':. ., ', ;" "
FREE: Shows Are Sponsored B Charles Sawyer Mr. and Mrs. Alph }{peri of Orlando'spent 'r < '< ': .. t
., y Sunday heVe'Nwth his brother"and J.. -"" ,. -. I

The|fJ.1lp| \ in g Merchants: Robert and Mrs.Barksdale Freeman and Register@lUf,' Mr.Jr. sister-in-law, Mr. and ,M' 'B. -M; F. FRIDAY, MA CH 10-6 P. M. i .. '):"'':,1, '<; ;::\,.eJ: ''\I t ". .

Colson Hazen. .1 I. +. f .", Vi '" ty .q3'
and Jktr. w .
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family, Margaret iHIGH SCHOO ,' CAFETERIA' ': x< t '1 J
Ten!Wegar Motors Andrews Drugs"WinnDixie Mr. and Mrs. James Hair of (
and Mrs and & r 5
Clyde Terwillegar .4'. .<. of :
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2Q6 W. ladispn St. Shopping Center" Iairrsmother i '
Live Oak were visiting.'Mrs. ,
family, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Matthews .
11'0.4.2511 .
WO 4-3381 and, family, .Bob .Ferguson, Mrs. F>;F. Hollingsworth" SERVING :' '. .:". : ... I.. -

.l Koch Drug Store. Local Finance Company Steinar Lorentzen Miss, Penny Thursday. Aunt Jamima ,Pancakes I -'i ,. '. ",. ,
J61 iL Call .,st. 116 'N. Walnut St. HoUingswortn.; Mrs\ and.:Mrs.' Olin Miss Faith Talcott' Lewis Tal- .. j I "' tI -. .

wp.' 4401) WO 4-0101 or 4.0111 White Jr.. Mr. and Mrs- R: A.. Col- cart, and..Gardner Talcott of ,) ,Dixie Lily :Syrup, ;I ., '.: --! ,
Ohio are spending a t.r
.Cleveland, :
son and family --Mr. and ','
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Denmark Furniture Co. North Florida .Supply month at the;;Bence cottage on Copeland's Sausage .' ,
Mrs. Paul Hutchins, Mr s. J. W .. :. -J, _
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4S4 ,W: Call St.WO 234 -Temple Ave. '' Kingsley.Lake. Foremost i .
I Andrews, Mrs. C. A. Knight: Mrs.! : Dalies} jProp ucts ,. :,'.
4-4521 (Jacksonville
WO ,4-2118 :Mrs. HiWabelle Bence
Jacqueline Moorer. Mrs.W.. : *B. ., ,. .'.
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Sewell, Mrs. M. F, Br gtti:n, "Mrs.- spent several days -here Sponsored, By
Starke ,Builders Inc. Underhill Drive-In Restaurant of .
; Supplies last .wee.k as the guest Mrs. .
Ruby Johns. Mr. and M 's. J, 1,.
I I 215 E. Washington. 367 N. Temple Are.WO BAND BOOSTERS ASSOCIATION ( ,
J. .C. !
Cole and ,son, Mr. aAd. )1rs. Mike Hoover ." ; : '
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I 4-4201 \VO' 41531Ijramy Sheppard, Mr. and Mrs.' Norman Friends of Little Nancy Dowl- ..BENEFIT ';BRADFORD 'HIGH SCHOOL BATiD, r I l..

; ,Moore's Sun Sports Fred's Marine Center Willis and family, Miss .Ginger ing will regret. to l learn that! she Adults I$1.00 Children 50c ,
Thornton Miss Charlene: Dennis is confined to -home/with, .
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,245 W.,,Madbon St. :384 N. Temple Ave. "

\VO, 45791UTlllams_ WO 4-S801 Mr. and Mrs. Cula.Coran,'Mr. and measles. r., ; :' ; {. : I ._ : .. ... .. ,. 'J u. .
1, Mrs. Marion Payne :and 'familyand

; Jewelry Ace Electric Service house guest' Mrs. Rosalie .

.. hey W. Call, St.VO :313 1-:. Call St. Crutchfield, of, St. Augustine, Mr.

\ 4-8311'o, 4-4921 and Mrs. Eugene Williams and .
family, Dir and Mrs. .Maxie.Cart :

..-w. --- ,I -er.. Jr.. and "son Mr.-and Mrs.. -Mack 10. ... >e. .- : ;8. ... r,_ ;"' A F C'GO.... O' .O .Q e =-.. .
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S Futch, Mr. and Mrs.. W. C Powell '". ,. r '. J
Miss ,Harriet Powell, .Mrs. & "A. .f. r. .
Bishop Sr., and guests, 'Mrs. J. I. '

TERWILLEGAR MOT RSI A. ,Prater, :Mr. ,and Mrs. ,U .M. J n f:
: $2BILLION i .. # '
Gaines Mr. end Mrs. H. A. Bi 4 '

I shop, Jr., Miss i Sandra.Craven, Mrs. B..I, Moxley S .. Ir.-'.
< 'd". "
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KUNDREDS i ii and son Mrs. Dolph Reddish, Mrs. ; fi .. .

D. ,W. Carpenter 'Mrs. J. |D. :.Sey- ... : 'ur-1 erpud! ctt fact fetwe ale tow prwidirf over $2"Billion of lift insurant: :* r.:'+ ; a ,
_moor, Mrs. Gladys Harrington, L ,totectfOltar.OUI'orcyownersand'! tb.eir,b1MficiJrits. Tlli13 lit intft'se' aver :i'; .,-<.,' '" '
; ..A J325 million durint 1960 and means that thousads; of qew policoij n5 hivt Sftsctsd'Iftc .
OF .Larry Williams,-and Mr. and Mrs. : ;.;:d'i 'NatiOlllf. s Biea rte I insarmci) utnpaVw\! appreciat! tour cenfjdtnct' ia :i!;; .:.. .
James:rPhillips. :',[ ;O 1ta,rnQ"pledj! *1 our bes ..!tOjt..continu.| *.to dtserv* it ';. J''! ,

,Just Arrived-Formosa Azaleas '.;,. The aaomfliwifij sbb! meet to weds t ptdurt of trmndatt fii>aieia! ,tTeTf'A\.. .
45c. Florida Pest Control : d :&::,." j tpnlerpstns 1IVcII'elltaf.poIqt.Cners"! : t nds.ll! avr.jJ3 adlpn: /If tap al.ad: .tU... .. >,,

; DOLLARS Mrs. ,Harry Mooty entered '...... .'to..'..;., ...;\' .1IP.\fJI!.! '\ .'t4. xtri..by"JII} fi.., _._at f.ow.ObJ'I: ao + .. -:"',,-. "..j .

Bradford County, Hospital last .i; ., ... ". J:., i.. '" f...li. ., .
Friday for a week of .observationand .;.:t ;s.;1' ;. Xasnranoa la.tore: ... .. ..i.. .. *2.002.047.18SI '. : .:". ._4..'
tests. -.' _. '< ''"''" I960'Ina sw.ft'f'. aor- *.Ford S32Sf 37,471 '. ( ?>'tD
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,. Springs Cheryl is Lynn spending of Green two weeks Cove ep. _:.:\.::;:{! ,i ?. 'IoW: &siautaas........ .....,.,319. e07.8.! t'b .,1.' '.,:'

.... ..3960"Iscregae'ia Resour cjO.t d1.43 cp ': ,.
here ... : "
with her grandparents," Mr. u z. '.e
and airs M. Li,Lawson. I l' ..'i'.
:: '' .' DECEMBER 3 19SC 1 "
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. .Weldon and "' t 1 .J'1NANCIAL. .;u oirycih, "f4TATEMENr,w r-iw.' t'.fir* ? -.';< fi.1ALLOCATION.OF : '

baby of Jacksonville were weekend : t ;A1tSQURCIIS; ; RESOURCES21J55.M7J9 *: .. #' !
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of ilra. a .
guests Weldon's J ar- Uqtps >- wmo.7iI2M 4 .
i. sots, Mr.. and "Mrs. Jack' McComb. A.(. ,_, .wadi,7f ''"' .. .l34.,511,2S4t5 'f.fS.! b Oxrnha! _oD latront' .9 r naaaertSTb7t47..l.i' .tIh." .: .' '
t. 1" :> Mrs.: Jettie Gainesville i -
Hazen of : .. +> > >>IIJctN.ct+ td oa r o _r.n.zn.95U' ; {
::.(- tyor .r" ,I' : c,P'' the .i.f' .
was guest last weekend .; .7 ,,15t*....:...... :_;1c1 J'.?
of her sister-in-law; ; Mrs. A. E.:MeKinney. & i, ail'lsodi R J1J2f.nl.! ;! '
,. : ; ,.:. rasiTwdora: .... ,. : aet.r.._ __ 15.esI221.7r.To! l lie', fit ha.r.5a! *T hgyei.ory _$313.1169131 J..,+ +y. ; i 5. i,,f.j,. .ft, .
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: NEW 'l96t ; W" y ... J3.Sl2.6337 ..
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u v Mr; and Mrs. J. R. Chasteen. Jr. .,' UU i:. ; :'; i,G

and family, Mrs. J. W. Lee and I ,ky!.Via'tz0.. '.' ImJ3Sf.l r;:.3T .lrxrsat T :ac Iurv _,"-..... lI l1..l'i '
Mrs. H. L. Brownlee spent Sun 7f" .6." J '
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1 2.M181 ,
: ford For.dor .day in Tavares visiting Dr. .and.,, ". f:.- ; .5? .- 2.5Il753.SZ L l.U"9.W ,Isar-. viBIr. saJe. -i. lab', t-et .,.. u.' 1l21ISllS r J 'i T r. .I ..- -J.i; rt : ., r.
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Airs Arjin Boggus. t.-- 'io 'j-

Mrs. A. W. 'Chapman and two .A\ .. '.. "' _. -P.1',9'i.: i0I,9! ,1aSd ". m.? l i.IDT.li. x '. U; :f'd '
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'daughters of Columbus Ga. spent ...a CTADtrL' L r ', .
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Stock No.C-344. ,last 'week here with Mrs. Chapman's .l -, .=)' .I!" .
., .. Vi. ,D. Thomas, Agent Mr. J. H. iWaUrs,' Agent '.- ,4".- ,
: and Mrs. E.; E. '
parents..Mr. w, .".. JRhi.. >.;te. -iY0 l-e.044: Phone! WO 4-5574 -..,, t. ; 1' : -. ,
Tanner; They were' joined on Friday '
y.g ... JFordor: 141l.J.E.Jon. ., sy
: by Mr. Chapman who ..remained o Agent .

.* Fordomatic, l for the weekend.Mr. : _* 4 KE'BUTLER, .F LA. KEYS'fQNE ..HEIGHJTS 1 FjLA' ,_ r ,; ,, '''' .
a and Mrs. Riley Wasdin visited dir. J. A. Jo n. gen DIr..Ai. 4 Ag ;

I iQ. .Mrs. .Wasdi 'sister: Mrs.:$ay. '. ; -: ;P ;" e ,HX tip 731 : : : ,

Wlrlf Tires .BeU and .infant son, in St. Vin- : : ..,, .
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.. ,' Monday. :: \ J Jf\ :JJflipany, : \ ., <

.s.p.1iJte sure JUrhf?d-Formosa. Azatea45c. t:.. ... .. < -' -". ". s.ferlk.. tnstut ,........ ......." '<# ,.o-' r.:1' :-, '.'." !i'' c".;.'... .

: Florida' Pjrst .Control. .., 8 .. _,'.. -.;':1t._:.::r.'Fj.:-11.j..f..::...:........f\P"47'.,..;:;(-.".......!. .:., .'....-....._. ,.", ok"__ .,''.... '- .".,.'''.'-''-.>'' .'.,. ;.'..-11.........""-',>.i.1'lit:.,.. .-'. .
.Mr. and }{rs..Roy: Shaw of Yal- r'.<> .f ; '
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Your Authorized :f r.1J. ''er :,doses of .. Ga and were;frs. Tyjer weekend;Jpn.es., ..guestsJlr. OR. ">. :' A'';. :' ."='. ,'. r8 .. .. ,OI.G..' O' .G., Q .. ., Q jf-ll _' A .;' .:- ,A j $ ;_: ; ,y'ri '

,, n, .. :Monday Mrs Jones and.her.uets, I". ..... .... "__ .......t._ "".41.- ."..-,... .4....., _. ....'_ 1: ....' ... .;. Ii.._ :. n t,..' .r.. I<. .... -.,.<1' t' .,.... .. ... '. c .;..,..,...-..!...,VAM:....-, -. r. .of' I.\l' 'ift

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I 'THURSDAY, MARCH 9, 1961 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH,' STARKE, FLOSTOA PAGE THREE

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'".------ __-_ .___-_ ____-__-_ -_,_._._ _._IsuA D. Reddish. Sheriff of Bradford
UDC Luncheon I
Over
I .. 1 Quincy Ministerial Alliance I: po'tinty, FLorida,"under and by virtue -
i Given In Honor of a writ of Execution hereto-
I
I
Sponsors, Program .1 fore issued out of Small Claim.

\ Of Real Daughters !! Lake City Wins ; Th&'Starke Ministerial Alliance: Court bove styled Bradford caufce County 1 hive, in levied the up-a-

1 on the following property, to-wit:
On Wednesday, March 1, the, 1! is sposoring a program concern- One 1953 Chevrolet 4 door Model
an extension department of the A 53A Motor No. LAA1043238 Tag
W. T. Weeks
Chapter United ; No. 45E-13 And radio equipment installed -
Daughters of the Confederacy, District Hope Haven Hospital In view;! in same.
( TourneyLake cf the need of many young people As the property of the above
gave a delightful buffet 'uncheon
GUdya MootyMarjorie named defendant, and that on the
.-_ ___ _. .. in honor of its two in and around tarke for j
------------------------------------------------------------------. members who 3 day of April, 1361 between the
real these services, the president of legal hours of sale namely eleven:
are
daughters of the Confederacy
:- City outlasted Quincy 62- the score 60-59. But ,Solomon's Haven : oclock in the forenoon and two
Whitehead Woman's Club Plans !' Hope Mr. Goodman, will j jI
their fathers having fought charity throws Lake o'clock in the afternoon, at twelve
59 last Saturday night to become gave City a i I discuss this
matter with all Interested i
in the War o'clock on said day at the
Elected Miss Florida St. Patrick's Dinner Between the States- final of 62-59 noon
champions of the District 2, ClassA margin citizens at 10:30 a. m. South door of the Court House in
Mrs. L. A. Davis and Mrs. Joe E. basketball tournament held this Lake City's over-all height and I Bradford County. Florida IVilI
in the
Methodist
Bank Monday fellowship
: Of Jacksonville For Next ThursdayThe Wilson. Two other real daughters,I'i offer for sale and sell to the highest -
Mrs. E. S. Matthews, an_honorary : Crews' Celebrate year; in the Bradford High gym- balance proved too much for thesmoothpassing | hall.I bidder for ('-:tsh. in hand, the
Tigers from above described of said
Miss Marjorie Elizabeth White- Starke Woman's Club will member and Mrs. J. M. Mitchell, I 35th AnniversaryAt nasium. I defendant to satisfy property said execution
.be .d. daughter of Mr. and Mr have a Saint Patrick's Eve dinner a former member the The victory msans Lake City'sfirst Quincy.; Leading the scoring for t P. D. Riddish
of chapter I' NOTICE
trip' to the state tournament the champions was Randall Jack- TO DEPEND Sheriff, Lradford County
served
A. B. Whitehead was recently smorgasbord style were unable to attend. I Lawtey HomeMr. In Circuit Court, Bradford Countr, By Jean Wainwright, D S
from 6 to 8 since 1947 when the Tigers cap- son 'with 19 points who at. 6-4 Florida la Chancery
elected Miss Florida National p. m. on Thursday, The U-shaped tables beautifully -3-9 4t 3-30
March 16; in the club house. Mrs. were tured the 'Class B championship. was the tallest man on the floor. I Case No. 12-960
Bank of Jacksonville. 1961. decorated with clusters of j and Mrs. C. R. Crews celebrated John T. Wiley, filiintifl vs. Susie
After winning the title, she had Clyde Terwillegar, general Top-seeded in the tourney, Lake Vining and Solomon were LakeCity's I Wiley, Defendant
: Chair-I red camellias and a long, low, hasi'i their 35th wedding anniversary -
NOTICE
man of' the event, has City upheld pre-tournament pre- other double digit produ- TO APPEARTo for 3D Hearing Try
,:to compete with 13 other girls, ket arrangement of red and :white on Monday, Feb. 27, at : Susie .Wiley, whose residenceand
representing other banks in the ] that the worthwhile projects of dictions and their berth to cers with 15 points each, and both address is UNKNOWN.

I Jacksonville area, for the title of the dab will be benefited. Door gladioli table. were used at the head their home in Lawtey. They were the state games by defeating San- added .to their value with dogged suit You for are divorce hereby has notified that a 2 ear hearing
been filed
against -
II Miss American Institute of BankIng prizes will be awarded throughoutthe An informal married on Feb. 27, 1926 in Starkeby ta Fe, Live Oak, and finally Quin- defensive work. I you in the above named Court

1 of 1961, and was chosen as evening.The out during program the luncheon.was Mrs.L. carried -. the late Judge Geo. A. Gardi- cy'' on the way to the champion- Shelly Bridges led the losers I j and cause and you are required toserve ._ ,.,- .'i"'"- >. .

\ one of, the five finalists by the menu will include turkey, J. Powell, chapter president, ner.Mr. ship'. Quincy used Taylor County with 23 points, mostly from close !I. pleading a copy to the of complaint your answer on 'the or j ji"'t" o'

i panel of judges. dressing, cranberry sauce, giblet' introduced the two honor Crews was born and rear- of' perry as a stepping stone Fri range. Lamar Thomas and John Plaintiffs Attorney Joseph K. Skip- I '
guests.A ed in Bradford County while Mrs. Smith were also in double figuresfor I per, J21 Florida Title E-uilding .
The sweetheart dance contest gravy, ham, assorted vegetables response was given by Mrs. day night:in a 70-55 win. Jacksonville 2 Florida and file the
) :WBjS held Feb. 18 at the Roosevelt orange cups filled with sweet potatoes Davis. Crews is a native of Nassau Coun-, Quincy had defeated both Mac- the losers with 11 and 14 re- original in the office of the Clerkof I .

I Hotel in Jacksonville. a special St. Patrick's Day The original charter granted in j ty, but came here with her par- clenny and Perry before losing spectively.In I 10 the day Circuit of April Court, 1961 on; otherwise or before the the ..'

Marjorie graduated front Brad- salad assorted salads and relish 1915 was on display.Mrs. ents when a small child. Before but to Lake City. The champs the consolation preliminaryLive allegations of said Complaint will

I'. ford: High School in 1960 And had tray, deviled eggs, rolls cakes, E. K. Perryman cited sev- her marrige, she was Miss Mamfe' from'Lake' City,had their closest Oak's Buddy Green was high be This taken notice.as confessed shall be by you.publishedonce

: been employed at the Florida National pies, and coffee. eral members who had been out- Bradley daughter of the late call of the tourney from upstart man with 12 points in the low- each week for four consecutive
Bank since that time. Mrs. P. G, Felos co-chairman, faithful Frank and Alice Bradley.Mr. Santa Fe."Wednesday night. TheRebels' scoring contest. weeks in the Bradford County Tele
: standingly to the ,
chapter
"- has and Mrs. Crews have six All-Star Team graph. ..
t announced the following committees throughout the! refused to concede a loss (SEAL) ,.
.years. %
' FlakesStricklandMarriage : Mrs. H. V. Knight, food Mrs. Wilson children: three sons. Henry C., El-; throughout the contest and had Ten players were picked by the' Dated this 2 day of March, 1961. ..
presented check
I' preparation chairman, assisted by for $50 to the chapter in a ..ma L. [Bunt], and Glenn: and 3 the game tied up at 21-21 at Gainesville Sun on an alltournaI!I Clerk Charles of A.the Darbz Circuit, Court With the '

J Solemized Mrs. Charley E. Johns, :Mrs. H. H. her father the late Colonel memoryof W. daughters, Mrs. Linda Boa wright. halftime only to lose out by one ment team dominated mostly: by' Hjr Marian U Crosby.

.; Adams Mrs. T. H. Slade, Mrs. H. T. Weeks, for whom the Mrs. Hilda Woodward and Miss point, '43-42, in the final seconds.In Lake City and Quincy. Deputy Clerk -
\rJ !'rhe marriage of the former C. Ritch, Mrs. Foster Shi Smith, named. This chapterwas Vera Crews. They also have the consolation game Saturday Selected were: Woody Strick- 3-9 4t 3-30

jiosine' Flakes of Starke to C. G. Mrs. Norman Willis, Mrs. W. H. added to the local money chapter'sscholarship will be I nine grandchildren. night Live Oak downed Perry land, Starke; Lanny Thomas, In Countr Judge's Court, IB Aad MAICO

(Sonny) Strickland Jr. bf Kings- Graham, Mrs. N. S. Dankel Mrs. fund.A 41-38 as stalling tactics failed to Bridges and Smith of Quincy; Far Bradford County, Florida.
In re: Estate of George A. 11Ibb ;
ley'Lake was solemnized Saturday, O. L. Haynes Jr., Mrs. Bertha group of songs by Mrs. L. Junior Women Plan stop the Live Oak quintet, although Jackson, Kelly and Vining of Lake deceased.
:March 4, in Folkston, Georgia. Pearce, Mrs. Margaret Blanken- F. Dinkins, Miss Sandra only seven points were City City; Ken Turja of P. K. NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll Hearing GlassesDiscover
Craven,
Show
creditors of the of
of estate
"Mr. Strickland is a graduate Mrs. Variety Yonge and Alton Williams of
ship Gladys Weldon, Mrs. ;
and Miss Charlene Hardy, accompanied -I I scored the first quarter. George A. Ilibbs. deceased are here-
"Bradford High School and is employed G. S. Newcomb Live Oak. by notified and the thrill cf greatly
and Mrs. Eoline Mrs. For May 6 Tiger Effort required to file any
R. A.
by Green
at "
at the State Prison at Rai- claims or demands which they have improved hearing in crowds.
Smith. the Lake City was forced to an all- LAKE CITY Jackson, 8-3-19; More comfortable -
piano, was greatly enjoyed. against said estate in the office of theaters noisy places.
ford. Mrs. Strickland is also a Mrs. Charles Schmitt, decorating A short business Nelson Folsum and James Sou- out effort from the opening whistle Solomon, 6-4-16; Vining, 6-3-15; the county judge of Bradford County -I as only half the poweris
graduate of BHS.and is now em- chairman; Mrs. Herb Thomas, the meeting followed therlin, representatives of Buck- even though Quincy sufferedan Kelly 2-3-7: Capell, 215. To- Florida in the courthouse at needed! See them now, or get
luncheon during which Starke Florida) within eight calen- I fret booklet.
in
Transfer '
ployed at Security tables; Mrs. Jeannette Kincaid, time ], rs. Davis the eye Cellulose Corporation of 11 point deficit with 3:02: left tals, 24-14-62. dar months from the date of the
gave history
Gainesville. and Mrs. Logan Baldwin, serving of the I Foley, were guest speakers at the in the third period. Quincy, QUINCY Bridges, 9-5-23; first publication of this notice. Each I Cptlcil Services on Mateo hearing Glassesivailabli .
chapter. A brief ?
programwas claim only tluouih the optical profession
demand be
reside at the or must In writ
The will
couple i, table; Mrs. G. S. Newcomb, mu- also given by the historian,*1 Junior Woman's Club meeting which staged comebacks in its Smith, 7-0-14; Thomas, 5-1-11; ing and must state the place or I
Prison Farm. sic; Mrs. E. L. Matthews in charge Mrs. F. B. Beard. Monday night in the club house., other two tournament appear- Thompson 2-1-5; Millner. 2-0-4; residence and post-office address of A factory trained Hearing
of Little Women assisting with After brief talks, they presenteda Dunn 1-0-2. Totals, 26-7-5S. the claimant and must be sworn to
I tried but
I About 26 members were presentto ances, again Saturday by the claimant his agent. 0 or his Aid Consultant from
I serving; and Mrs. D. L. Thomas enjoy this delightful occasion film on tree conservation and ell short when junior Frank Vin- Score by quarters: attorney, or it will become void. according MAICO HEARING

I and Mrs. R. P. McLendon, door with the honorees. samples of articles made from o ing,of Lake City started clicking Lake City .13 14 18 17-62 I February to law.27, 1961.

IiFlorida prizes. cellulose were given to the mem- with a jump shot from the key.I I Quincy .13 14 15 17-59 Murul L. Hart SERVICE
Mrs. T. C. Hazen ticket chair- Vining accounted for six clutch Officials: Lewis and Dulaney. Executrix of the will of GeorgeA

man, announces that tickets may Ladies Council Of bers.Plans for the variety show, points in the fading minutes of LIVE OAK Green 5-2-12; ; J. First Hibbs publication, deceased. on March 9, 1961. 319 Professional Bldg., Jack-

be purchased from her or any First Christian "The Best of Broadway," to be the; contest. Williams, 1-9-11; A. Williams, 3- 34t 3-30 sonville 2, Fla., will be in

member of the club. Adult ticketsfor held May 6 at the high school auditorium Quincy still may have pulledthe 2-8; Haas, 2-0-4; Ward, 2-0-4; Starke Tuesday, !March\ 14 atKOCH'S

$1.50 and children's tickets for Meets ThursdayThe were announced by Mrs. game from the fire but for Scott, 0-2-2; Totals 13-15-41. Smotl County.Claim Florida Court. Bradford

Theatre $1 will be sold at the door of Joe Warren and Mrs. Pat Cauff- two free shots by Lake City's Joe PERRY Franklin, 6-5-17; 1 No. 5.464 Drug Store
Ladies Council of the! First i i Doyle E. Conner Insurance Agency -
the club house the night of the Solomon with only two seconds French, 3-2-8; Landry, 2-1-5;
I Christian Church met in the man.The Starke, Florida, Plaintiff, vs. Come in for a free hearingtest
dinner. sanctuary presidentMrs. John Torode, remaining in the final contest. Collins, 0-4-4; Giddens 1-0-2; I Ovid G. Lewis, .6SO West' Madison and demonstration. No
last Thursday night at 7:30: announced the following to erve The Tigers of Quincy were trail Leite, 0-2-2. Totals, 12-14-38. Street Starke, Florida. Defendant. obligation.
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
SAT. !MAR.\ 11 Methodist Circles o'clock with nint members pres- on the nominating committee: ing by five points with 0:23: left Score by quarters: Xotice is hereby given that I, P.

f Double Feature ent. During the business session,I I Mrs. Lennard Register Mrs. Le- when their Jerry Smith came:: to; Live Oak 4 13 6 18-41
Program '
Will MeetCircle conducted by Mrs. Norma Badgett, I muel Williams, Mrs. Wayne, Haines life suddenly with; two successive I Perry 3 11 6 18-36

1st. Feature president, it'was voted to send I Mrs. Fred Snell, and Miss. Bet- baskets on a jump shot to make Officials: Lewis and Psacrious. Just for i vedI
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4 of the First Methodist Mrs. Paden, an elderly woman in ty Jane Morgan. ,
/ I WSCS will meet at 8 p. m. Tues- the Christian Church Home in A St. Patrick's theme -- ----- -
day was
NEW% 1961
I II I: day in the home of Mrs. Drew Jacksonville, a birthday gift. Sheis I.I carried out in decorations and Action On Crosby Lake Road ALL NEW I Iat

Reddish. being sponsored by the Council. refreshments for this meeting. .
Wesleyan Service Guilds 1 and A committee composed of Mrs. Deluxe

FIRST RUN I IIEKGj 2 will. 1, meet with at Mrs.8 p.Helen m. Tuesday.No. Harley. son Maude, and Andrews Mrs. Ella, Mrs.Mae Bessie Chastain Col-; 'Mrs. T. R. Woods fI Is Delayed For Study Of Costs .. 21. 23 ovVfaN(. p.chtre Lo-Boy mes. 280so. Console -

at her home; and No. 2 with Mtsi. Hohor With m. of rectannulir.- airfare--- area.- --

1 Carol Bessent and Mr!. Candis was appointed to meet with' the 1 The of Earl Goodman the to control .
request county parking in
: Bridal Shower I'I'I
Hixon in Fellowship Hall. Deacons Board this Friday nightto I and Leon Conner for a road giving -I I' the block designating places far SPECIAL, LOW PRICE -

plan 'for the revival tartirig!: t I courthouse 'officials in addition to
Mrs. Thomas R. Woods, who
access to their lots on, Crosby FOR THIS EVENT
.ROPf I THE RIGHT POINT for the March 21.Circle j prior to her marriage en Sat r.- I I the Sheriff's department and Circuit -
I Lake deferred by the County
1 had charge of the pro- day, Feb. 25, was Mrs. Margareti was Judge, who already have HANDCRAFTED T/ CHASSIS : "i ..
way you write. Come in and select I Commission Tuesday for further for fewer Service Headiches J I
.. MA5eoPf!''''''' I gram with Mrs. Badgett and Mrs. i Stevens, was honored at a delight} parking' privileges.Road Q
your favorite ESTERBROOK ful bridal shower given by the study of costs. Foreman Jones was instructed Enjoy greater operating depend. \
Margaret Blankenship taking part. ability, because all chassis ,
I Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH connec.
1 Regular Admission! AU Day Bradford County Hospital nurSing The property owners said they to get cost estimates on I tions are carefully handwired and -
___. I staff in the staff dining room surfacing a parking area in frontof hand soldered.
c With wished .to move houses onto the
Saturday Along
on Monday Feb. 20. the county jail on N. Broad-
"We eliminate the middleman's profit lots but could make no improve-
2nd. Feature I The refreshment table overlaid ;-- -
with a white linen cloth, was centered ments until' they were given a way.Sheriff P. D. Reddish asked the

One Quart with a four-tiered wedding road. It was pointed out that the board' for permission to buy his
AN WIWAM I FREE With Eacb cake topped with wedding bells houses placed there would be non- own personal car and sell the
yWARD '
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; or Gallon One you buy I and embossed with miniature pink exempt for taxes. thus yielding county car he is now using. Under

9rII t-:::, II rose buds. Completing the cake additional revenue to the county. the budget system, now In effect
II sI p I decorations were garlands of The road would give access to for the sheriff's office, the countyis
Prices Start at $2 qt. $5.98 Gal.
dainty rosebuds and tulle encircling several other lots in the area, required to purchase cars for
I the base of the cake. I they pointed out. the sheriff's department and

MARY CARTER PAINT STORE Mrs. Bill Vickers cut the wed- While recognizing the reed of charge them against the fine and

: ding cake and Mrs. Joe Hitchcock the. road Commissioner Jerome forfeiture fund. The sheriff said
I -Cartoon: Way of all Pest 501 N.W. 8th Ave. Gainesville, Fla. FR 67588TERWILLEGAR presided at the punch bowl. Johns recommended that actionbe he had 'rather own his own per-

Trays attractively arranged on delayed until Road Foreman sonal car, and was told the board
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MAR. 12, 13, & 11I' I and party sandwiches.This of costs, and secure agree. decision at its next meeting.In .
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I' : a the staff personnel. the-..road would be expensive to over Santa Fe River, the board IT sw'4t

The honoree received many put' in and maintain sinct it considered an Alachua County .

1 ,:. MOTORS useful gifts.Tenth traversed a muck area. estimate of $3,000 for rebuilding

Mrs. C. L. Scholl. new Bradford I -too high" and indicated they, SPECIAL LOW PRICE
BirthdayHonored County Civil Defense Director reported -! would discuss the matter with MODEL TOT STAFFORD C27372 -

on re-organization activities Alachua Commissioners at a state Trim fine furniture

_- EXPERT! On : and presented four resolutionsfor meeting in Tallahassee next week. grained styled Walnut console color i ift $259.9V.T.

Tenth Year the board to adopt in order to Cost of rebuilding the bridge color grained or Mahogany grained .
participate in the CD program. would be shared by the two coun- Blond Oak color.

Jimmy Yawn, son of Judge and The board instructed Clerk

!. v '' FRONT ENDALIGNMENT Mrs. T. A. Yawn, was the hon- Charles A. Darby to ask City ties.The board agreed to rebuild ZENITH FINEST QUALITY FEATURES

ored guest Wednesday afternoonat Council to remove all.. parking some bridges that have been decommissioned 20,000volts of picture power Sunshine9'Picture

.. 3:30: o'clock _when his parents meters on the west side of Court : by pulpwood truckson Tube .Target Turret Tuner Spotlite Dial Cine-

j j- entertained at their home in celebration Street in the block bordering a road leading to Dell [colored lens Picture Glass "Fin Cooled" Power Trans
former-3.Stage t.F.Amplifier Dust-Tight Bonded
\ of his tenth birthday an- courthouse property, and allow ] Cemetery. .
'- Safety Glass' e Pul-Push on/off Control Tone Control

...... niversary. 6* x Speaker..
l IIIC1PftD_ _. The festive refreshment table Beta Sigma Phi j Has
': I,was centered with chocolate ted- Youngster BUY NOWI QUANTITY LIMITED
i To Meet MondayBeta
t JAMI fiI dy-bear cake topped with ten ,

,. !tiUIJSGW.UEMl ON blue birthday candles. Yellow Sigma Phi will meet Mon As

i -., -....JIr-... "... .!.., : decorations on the teddy-bear day. night March 13, at 8 o'clockat Slim Escape
added further decorative note
OIL&.1IIUJ.1IEJd a A4IL.,.' a
,- "--_-_----. the home of Mrs., Robert Barks-
to the cake., .
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NEW JOHN BEAMVISUALINER
:Carbon: Tin Pan Alley Cat Favors of yellow and blue ,miniature dale with Mrs., Norman Allen' as Tractor TopplesHarvey tMlTHfiTP

LJ< stuffed bunny rabbits, carrying co-hostess. New officers for the IHIM PHil

WED. THURS., & Fit!. out the color scheme, were coming year will be installed... mm
presented to each guest Green, 14, son of Coun-
J MAR. 15, 16, & 17 afternoon ty Commissioner R. H. Green Jr.
During the games
Gator's Chief Scout ALL TRANSISTOR
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I were played and prizes awardedthe of.Brooker, narrowly escaped, serious -

I winners. Meets'With_ Boosters injury or possible death last "I'H !

T The Best Mrs. Willard Pass assisted Mrs. o Saturday when he was pinned j

Very Yawn in serving ice cream and John Eibner. chief scout for the under an overturned tractor for ;1'

cake to the. ten young people UP .Gators. nd CoL: Everett Yon, moTh than two hours. ROYAL 6O
In Front End
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_, to this o. t The youth was driving the
present enjoy delightful affair ,
head of the Gator Booster Sensational ,
'with organization tractor from one field to another tone..powerful audio output...
Jimmy. t'- sensitive reception!Yet ifs so small if 11 fit into
at the University of Flori
Machin.esYour I I when a rear wheel caught a ;, y0urshidpockeLPbysupb75houron2pen.lite -4

i Little WomenTo da, met with local Gator Boosters., stump, throwing the machine batteries. Big easy-t>tune dial. Precision air I
at noon Monday in the Garden i' ever. Harvey was pinned under- i ; dielectric: toning condenser. Provision for urivata i

Meet MondayThe Restaurant Filmed highlights of I'I neath with the steering wheel between I listening.Owiceof5colors.. -

i .w Ui's ONtSi.&SCI the last Gator Bowl classic were I. _his legs and other parts of k Only $2i95CJ

Little Women's Club will shown. to the group. the tractor mechanism caging him .-------- .
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I 'Cartoon; Field and Scream Authorized.FordDealer meet Monday night at 7:30 in the j The Gator Boosters contribute In. The accident was discovered JIIIricIIlfJ -QalitJ: I JUt in' America by i

iiuvStarting !Monday\ !March\ 13.Jite club house. Miss Jane Bigham has to the University of Florida athletic by: one of Harvey's sisters and he 011 aiPJJ IU1M4. WIll pi*American workers.'

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Florida Theatre will ad.mIt charge of the program, which scholarship fund and receive was brought to Starke for medical *

the First Five Students In Bradford County win be on hair styling. Hostessesfor priority on football ticket pur treatment The main injury was SHEER ELECTRIC SERVICE

FREE ,Monday thru Friday! the evening are Miss Linda chases.. The Boosters also plan to to ,his left foot and he was able

Each Week. HiMebran Miss Dorothy Hardy make,one out of state trip with tc return to school the first of the
,, -i and Miss Beverly Chapman. tite Gators' next. fall. .," I week. "' '- I 234 N. Temple Ave. Starke, 'Fia.I .
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Farmer's Diary Entry'Deadline Near ,; Homestead i 'Exemption EST. 1879FLORID.t

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1"1 > ,I I Listed r In This IssueA ? S OLDEST WEEKLY XEWSPAPER PrBLKHER -
.The, Starke Recreation Department -
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Fr By.'Sam McGarvey i .e: 1 / tA. (TI\OrSLY t'XDER TRF'S.t11Frcph.o
5:30'p. '
announces that : () m. '
I list of persons,who have not \ JIUTIIF.D'Puhlillb.d
Fine. growing weather, has,Wednesday, March 15 is' the dead: :,
Speeded ,growth of ." ; renewed ,their 1961 Homestead .,
up tobacco" line for entering the city table Each Tharsdar and Fntrrert a *rfonA Class Matter at thHut
plants and we understand some':tennis tournament. Drawings will Exemption application is published Offirr at Starke. Florida under Art of ;March 9, 1879.ALVMEZ' .
+w Challenge For '61 of -our planters are getting. '-?- ready,,be held at that,time. ,;' on page five in this issue. _
,, -to set out.plants In a, few'iays. Competition is open to all ages'Tax 'Assessor'Gene Long reminds i '
We've all heard that business is"bad- taxes"are;'high"'aridgoing .5' I I, and will be held in both singles / 'Men' 'G1 othlii g 11\lli\\\
{ the public that this must be doneon ME 11'/ "STORE"
higher, the cost of living-is ifting i up,arid other such sprinkler in Alice's shade shed and and doubles. The, tournament will 'or before April 1 in order, to Established, 1894. \II\
w : attitudes. Granted, there may be some I like mule; he decides what work get underway Monday night, r" -
:negative, pessimistic ; obtain exemption. .., ...-.--
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"- :degree of truth in all this. will do, and that's all he will :March 20., I I !!
things-the advancementthat do. Sam set up an irrigation... | The use will be open 'after 8:15p. : Treasures' Galore I '|
about all the good i
But.',what We the
got full
by moon without .
sprinkler in Alice's shade shed m. Monday for anyone,irgister- ;
our community and county havemade.In"the'last 'decade a 'frost, and a lot' of berry Booked, it. up to Finnegan. and But i ed in the. tournament who; ,would At 8th Grade Dance 1[ STARTING
:::- in'the economical, civic, and, cultural sphere? growers,heaved ,a big:sigh of relief he said No, ani after tinkering ; like to practice. I
:: ,Our community boasts one of the,most modern:and fully- for one of.the' best crops on 'with: it for several hours. Sam '. Further information can be obtained 1 Dancing, prizes, a cake walk, 'I
equipped hospitals in Florida; has modern school plants record is in the making now.Marklee ;had to abandon the idea. : t (by calling the reci ea Hon prizes for the best costume, and ;
with, ualified-iastructors: ; miles of paved streets, miles 'of Starling,' 'for ,instance, 55 'r[department WO 47441._ j. assorted treasures will be won by !] MONDAY MARCH 13th
: has,a'pretty' patch, and of Was some lucky people at the Shipwreck ,
score '
'is"paying for our power plant-land gas'distribution at the Sink of the .Santa
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sanHar/'sewef blossom. : Dance sponsored by the
his plants'have River only one tiny
100
as as Fe
many
recreation 'departmentwi near Camp O'Leno last I
-systems, We have a city i BHS eighth grade Friday, March
bloom and'fruit. TheFLORIDA
creek while skin I
hia well-rounded program. ,And I let's not forget our industrial ,. tempting' to locate divers were at- j i Planting time is here new, and 24. I
friends-Hercules, DuPont, Big Dad, Florida Development Bland the body of !; for those of you who w.nd up The dance will take place in
National Guard 'activities, The,season has been just,right,, Mathews of the.Bland Sec- : [ alwaysdo the usa from 8-11:30
Commission, Florida lion, with crooked rows as we Building
: far,with the, held-back who is persumed to have ,
contribution is made by these so plants been ], remember that you'get more p. m. Prices are 35 cents stag, THEATRE\
others. A significant downed
and His
1 by cold and frosts, 'land now the canoe and fishing ; .
that' 50 cents
plants in a row way. drag.
j job
and in providing opportunities ,
financially
pole
organizations, both bushes 'are busting out all :over were found in' the Sink t
for our young people. We_ also have, a fine_golf with growth and fruit. Last'week 'where the Santa Fe goes
club that'! has from the 'wilderness ground for several, miles under-I
course and country' sprung grow estimated his crop would :
-in.the past few' months. be ready in eight to ten,':'days so far no trace has been found of! FAST EXPERT WILL ADMIT
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Geographically, we are ideally situated to attract new the first berries should be coming the man. . :COURT -H
,.possibilities unlimited along now in a few more days. J!\1 i
industries, ,Our transportation ... .. .' We like birds and never get' THE ;FIRST
1 GOOd! highways lead in all directions, and further improve- fired'of studying them but last' SHOEREPAIR !!
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Scheduled for'early"construction. SoraVof those who used plastic SHOE REPAIR
network '' ;
r merits to our highway are. week l we, had a,big one in our..living *: I" ,
We are on the'main line, of a'good railroad, and mulcn are sawdust_ in the room, and couldn't wait to get :1 r

only forty miles from the airport and seaport facilities of bout alleys.whether:The'duestion saw'dust came would up''kill a-, 'of i it 'out.you who It 'was know a flicker the 'big and woodpecker t hoe.I -. *< j. 5 S11JDENTS! -

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Jacksonville.We the'land" arid County Agent; | 1 126 NORTH COURT ST.
should. But can imagine that
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looked
and and perhaps"w1e -
on-
could go on, George Huggins told 'them that, !
to need mentioning. like'a' B-29 in a room. He. gotVdown STARKE FLA.E. .
loonyofo ur blessing t our top obvious tip to'( 25 tans of sawdust per acres through the ,
t Rather simply to ,enumerate"themj' let's-taKe a have look at at : beneficial.! .chimney, V A. HALL, Owner & Mgr.\ Monday 'Through FridayEach :
how best to' realize! the tremendous potential we '. : :We're 'afraid that the redbud, t-.

hand. Let's, develop. .a ,true community spirit. Let's point 'George appeared at ths Soil, which does so well .over in Ala- Week .!
with pride to ,our 'many achievements, and join with our, Conservation ,meting._ .and made a, chua" County around High Springs, While You-Waif One "Service -
local governments, our civic clubs, and our Chamber ofCotnrr.erce talk,.on''behalf ,of 'the Biadford does riot care for our flatwoods or :Day __ ,' ,, 'r_, "
in selling, Starke. Let's beautify our town, develop County Fair.Association, which Is:' land. We have one and ,it, had -. ', -- J Jr' --I: _' ,_ : : -= ., ,: 4':' : : .--=!:=:- "i

& serenity that will astound our neighbors and impuss' to be formed to sponsor our coun- I' "- .' '" ,' .... ....;...;'- ..r'T'u"'V".. "
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QurVisitors.' ty fair. He said membership is'
':Let each of us, this very day, firmly resolve to go about; open' to all at $1, and invited ''

I day) by day, selling-Starke to ourselves, to our friends, to everyone to join... .1 ,I ,
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our neighbors and, l last but far from least, to thp many I 43'J."I,4JUL: E' .. LR" Y'--
in fair And we had the SCS "brass"here : 'f "
'eitherass through or spend a few days, our :,' { ,'
sound- last !'week. Asst.; State Conservationist -\
with drums
L'et"this,not.be a heralded event,
lul city. : J: L.'Weir and Area ,
Trig'and'hornsblowing, but a continuing frame of mind. Conservationist John Uriffln Visit- :
The transformation would not be readily noticeable, but dd the local'office and.members ) !
'- let's' look to,the' future-say ten years from now. Then we of ,the 'District 'Supervisors. :A-<
could 'reapthe dividends from this investment in the same mohg those' things discussed was i
manner and with much greater pride than ,any other investment the Suwaniiee 'Valley Authority .
conceived at this time. which is studying plans fo drainage -

And the price once again-only a share',of community which will include Santa Fe
and New Rivers and Olustee
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and pride"!
spirit
Creek.
Lest we forget: 'This- is."our1 town, and it shall prosper 5 .
to the effort, energy, and iUi
) ? .and !grow in direct. proportion 'Oscar''Carter: is always, trying '
'\ intelligence that we expend in that direction. \
** '* somthing, new. This, time he is :
I !"raising watermelon plants m plant_
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then The"Telegraph receives -
\ ... (Editor's note Every now' and bands, and come planting June he t '
I a communication that brings such a forceful mes-, will set out plAnts instead of ....,.. .
:w and.presents such a challenge" that we like to give it seeds. .
sage .
editorial column. Such 'a communication .
in
: Pr ominence. our SPECIAL ATTENTION
is the ,one reproduced above. If it.were. taken toheart: great We have. some-Big Boy tomato .
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I bingS :]Beaccomplished) in St rke'ancB}' ford County > plants: in bands- that we are
:::: ;' during the.next" few years.. To our contributor, who asks! going to set out on our berry bed. ," .

I' :... thanks.that he) be given. no printed credit for tfie ,article-many We everyone'still like claims'Rutgers this new best variety, but COMPLETE[ : STOCK OF .,FINE ]JEWELRY

Is.better, so"we'll find out.

1. I I II I-:.- "Let's Lick That,Lack 1 r' ToBe: Sold To The ;Highest Bidder! Amazing! Astounding; But True -- You ;Can Now :



::. .pumps da. counties Absence three means economic times tftat as much the* development state money'treasury into in ,them,small in'some-,as North it instances receives Flori-: .r Buy At Your IOwn :Price-..-N,' thing Held Back Nothing Reserved--EVERYTIIINGG0E5! '

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from them in,taxes.-Thesecounties have not developed because I Our Soil o Our Strength)
they lack capital and their ablest young men arid'women" SELLINGjOUi' OUR ENTIRE 'STOCK

must emigrate to areas affording more opportunities. Soil Conservation

This is the disturbing information given in an article 'N-E-W-S OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF J FINE JEWELRY, WATCHES, DIAMONDS, ETC., MUST BE&0LI (ft)' trUE A
in the current issue of Florida Trend magazine.
I S appearing Although the article pin-pointed two West Florida count By Bill Haas BARE'WALLS, 'EVERYTIlINGMUST GO. NOTHING HELD BACK. YOU CAN BUY At YOUR .

ties-Calhoun and Liberty-to, make its point, the same Soil (Conservation Service /' OWN PRICE ,

thing could be said, in lesser degree of Bradford, Union, ... r
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p a Baker, and other small counties in this North Central area. Lloyd Green received the Goodyear '_ -_' ._ -_,'. ._ _"_ .m ,, -' SALE" 'BEGINS. MARCH 10th, at2'P.' M. 'And _'"-..::::----.0',- --"-' .---"..-, '_'_-' __ "-__-" --_ -- _..:,
: 'Not that 'we wouldn't like to carry our full share of the Conservation Award for being ( Continues ,Until': } Is ,SoldDONT

'_ 'tural tax load counties but, simply as the haven't article points had the out capital, the small with ,which agricul-to selected'District in Bradford the for outstanding'1960.Soil Conservation cattleman 1 'f 1 F;r R,''Ei.I E' ;E I DARE MISS Everything THIS SALE!' Ft'R;E ,E-E ., ,

Unfortunately, private capital tends
develop their potential. The'Board set Monday, 'March J
'to be attracted to ventures with immediate,'profit possibilities 21. as the date for the' District's
;' and, in a largely undeveloped area, investors can see Speaking Contest, which will beheld ;Diamond PRIZES
s profits only 'over'the long range, and with considerable uncertainty. at the High School PTA


As a. remedy, be magazine. quotes one West Florida 'Bradford meeting.G. :T. Huggins County Fair discussed''Association the' :.RING; ; ; a Every Hour

the tate'made development
'business man as saying"If 4
and encouraged the members of
funds. available to us, we could bring- ;'several,. ,good plants. the Board to take artin the'OrI I :
'Our income'would rise, and the amount" we pay in state and :g2nlzational Meeting that will be As :GraitH : OII'IIIIB
'I'local taxes ,would, rise. 'held''! the week of March 20. ,
But'there is another way, also-the.way pulling your- A>complete soil and waier, conservation ; _
'self up by,,your! : own bootstraps, and not \looking..to the state | farm plan was prepared PriE.! ; ,9p Huni!
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s'what'w evrywell-do for ourselves. i foi FranCis W. Me"ng, :who Is' interested -
'to. do for can :
Bradford: County seems.on'n''' the .threshhdld 'of taking this in putting- in'some Coast- wd
:all-important step with plans In the raalhrig")[i ''to create 'a "Bermuda. '"From grass what for- lY..He I fee remarked of- ; IREEI E: : FREE'F E E !'

tBradford Count Development Authority ,the 1961 session Coastal Bermuda growlng-6n good 't 1ft ft __
of the :State Legislature; If:adequate'funds are provided drained land It makes the vbesj
', for this authority, there ,will"be'hb 'nM'd'to sit back hay." No'PurchaseNecessary No Purchase

and beg, crumbs from the table ''of private'capitalnvhile op- A soil and capability. map; pre* a s '
a 'portunities for industrial development slip through our pared by a Soil Conservation Ser- ". :- > NecessarySATURDAY
,' "fingers into the'lap of communities.. 'pfepar&Tto';meet their vice Soil, Scientist. ", ,will.. "h-lf l you :. 1h:,< ff.'.,; $,Ccj "
.challenge select the soils that are best .,. ,,;. 'f R
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suited for the. plan to
crops you
With the creation of its:development.authorjty, Bradford '
Coufaty ,will,. at long 1 last, prepared to .answer when opportunity grow.In'a These,complete soil maps soil are and Included water; I'J SALE BEGINS IRIDAY MARCH '10th at 2P. M. And f
: SALE SCHEDULE
knocks. In years 'to come, perhaps "we, 'too, can conservation: farm plan ,
: "carry our" fair share, of, the slate's' :''tax load and :our topflight ,Jack McDavid, Raymond.W._ :ALL DAY I WEEK
: youth, whom we have educated at' such'great ex- Bryan and George Alvarez 'have BT :Continue 'Daily Except Sunday Until' EVHRVl ::
: 'rpense,;will.be,able,to make\ their contribution,home.rather made requests for soil arid -w terC011.Senatlon RTTNGATIILfI
'than m.some other ,community's s greener pasture. plans'for-their farms 10:00 A. M.CONTINUOUS. .

r. 1HING IIS surn 1100p.m..>9tOOput.1: j

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: It was,,good n'ews this >veek,to.learil that"a'Federal"Power Stock.,consists of the. finest'name; ,brands/in new# clean jewelry=nothing used or second hand, To'the 'Highest

1&V :. 'Commission approval -to examiner the proposed.i in;"Washington natural 'gas, D.expansion,C.had given program his' ,N EEL, 'bidder>goes, our'finest/ stock of watches, diamonds, silverware, :exquisite stone rings, clocks, wallets, ..cdihime t

,: ''requested By The Houston Corporation. RADIO 1 welry, d Idten' jewelry., 'and1 thousands of other items. too _numerous to mention.

: The examiner's,.decision will become final if 'no exceptions 234 N. ,TEMPLE 'AVE.
f THIS' SAL.E.'WfLL.sQ..ON BE OVER. DONT YOU DARE MISS 'It':
orrteqjfestsrf:: ; review are initiated;within thirty days. } :, :
.: With final approval, Houston and Ihe"SuDlOilCompany'' (located in North 'FloridaSupply '
': will b-'free.to:goiforward'witfi! ionslruction their Florida' Co. store)' All Merchandise ATTENTION-TO ALL

!Hy rocarbons,'It plant near BrooKer. The impact of this Phone WO .4. 521If ; ." "'G'.E JEWELRY CHARGE. ACCOUNTCUSTOMERS )
t' ; : ..., ;jiew.TjevelopTnent:. should>!U eaira':tremendous: tOOo t""to 'the'economy BO''answer'call 1 ,Brand New.And; 1T : : t
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,: of,this area if things go as planted.Just:another : "f. '" I. Payments can be made white
i .. .M*. ''reasbh. 'for. ,optimism as we "move into the "Soaring '. fi0.4=, -- .-2113.t- .. Guaranteed 'V 109' E. Call fit. N. L. WOODBURN Starke, FIa. Sale is going on. '
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I '.I1'BUnSDAY.- --31ARCH, 1961 ,BRADFORD'COUNTY TELEGRAPH,,_STARKE, FLORIDA .FACE tri

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z. FjedSnell: Softball ALeagueTo farmers Wanting Martin \Co.,:Express u Dr. :Stith :President ienBhi' i ; I i souriisiDE ciiuncn! .OF

t1 I StarkethapterSIaIeFFAChamp j
i .-Chairman OfRec Be Organized CII&lST
Makes Starke A Of D.C. I '
Baptist Group
Grain Program Mr. --artd'lrs James W. -Deavertoj : 3 M;. S. on 301.

I Department .A ,me.etjng .will be .held in the Distributing Point Winter Haven formerly 'of!; Sunday Bible .'.C! &&8. 10 a.

,1 UbO at47:30: p. m. Monday March I Are I Friends 'of Dr. M. Chandler ,Starke announce the birth of a': .m.; Asaembly Worship with, the

'Fred Snell was elected: chair- 14. for all persons or teams Interested NotifiedI The Chamber, of Commeice,announcei i i Stith, of ,Falls Church, Va, son-t daught, Jamie Deacn, on. Feb. :.Lord's Supper 11 a. m.; Evening
I
t man of W. L Brownlse, ,
the County Recreation in-law 'of Mrs. ;
in this week that Martin : 11. 6:30p:
playing on or sponsor- : Assembly Worship m.
{. :i Department at a meeting held ing a team in a slow or fast-pitch I Bradford County Farmers who County ,Express with home offices Livestock Judges will be interested in the following Wednesday SiWe. .Classes

; ,..I here Tuesday. James Bloodworth .'league this year. Any organization may be interested in a possible at Boynton Beach" has rented the I, excerpt "taken frpm the "Capital Correction Of 7:30: p. m.Pancake. "

4 was named vice chairman, and wishing to enter a team should feed grain production ,program in north building at the Starke ', Baptist: _. .

I Mrs w. j. Epperson was reelected have a re;>representative present. 1961 are urged to call at the State Farmers Market as a cal-i The Starke FFA Chapter beat At the annual meeting of ,the ,Property SaleThe Supper- Friday J Xlfbt,
))1.ma treasurer. Other members of I County Agricultural out 143 other teams on Feb. 11 state secretaries in Louisville -
Stabilization Baptist
Contact the recreation department : -;, lecting and distribution point for :
.
,
the group are X. M. Smith and and Conservation office. Mrs. I to become state champions in Dr. M. Chandler Stith,, ,Telegraph last week stated I At,6 P. M. High School 'Cafeteria
Ky.
3 at WO 4-7441 for additional:: all o its cut flowers being shipped j ,
M. W. WUliams.r ''nformation. i i I Mildred Sapp. county office manager out of Florida. I swine and beef cattle judging; Executive Secretary to the D. C. Leonard ,Grjffis sold his residence ; Benefit Bradford High School
r I at the Florida State Fair in Tampa I to Herman Geiger for $6,800.I
-aa- p i of the ASC committee, ,said I Baptist? Convention was named Band. .
The ccmpany will have about 1 : Actually the sale ,
; was for -
the request is of the for next, only -
made to farmers at president group
: I
: 14 trucks in and out of
: ONE :Starke $2,000 for five
STOP acre tract of land.
.; SHOPPING thisjime because farm feed.grain Class Advisor Curtis Marlowesaid year.
I each week, andoperations began .. .... ,
anj other I I that the 10 top teams in the -- .
crop acreage ktorma-I here :Tuesday. Flowers will .be i I! I.I "Not only was or sutn namea !
:1 tion will be needed: for any feed consolidated here from Sanford::!, state in livestock (swine and beef !i the new president but also Govi -

::1 I! AT KOCH'S DRUGS grain program that might be Fort Myers Delray Beach, Boyn-.I'I cattle: ) judging will compete in !!i i ernor Bert Comas made Dr. Stith
authorized for the Gainesville April 11 to see who '
coming crop ton Beach and other South Florida I a Kentucky Colonel. After ajneet- -
I
season. areas. j will go to the National FFA Judg-: 'ing at which Senator John Cooper 'IW..A AVE HUNGRY Mu8BYS ]

I II III j Farmers who supplY feed grain i ing Contest at'the American Royal (I addressed'a joint meeting of the DIMMER READY
Several
laborers
COSMETICRevlon will be employed i Livestock Show in Kansas
and other City. '
I acreage figures at this ,, ,state secretaries and, Baptist WITH INSTANT HEATGAS
'
here to load
and unload trucks.
"Mo: next October. The 10
time top
| will not be obliated to par- editors, the certificate makingDr.
Faberge, Max Factor ticipate in a feed if 1 teams were Starke Chapter, Winter CLEAN! AND STEADYFOR
,Coty, :Marcelle\ program one Stith a Kentucky Colonel) was
Yardley and Many .Others ,becomes available but will be eli- American Legion I Haven, Deland Sr.. Lake Butler presented." I

'!gible for participation. MIs. Sapp To Celebrate .. Auburndale Alachua (Santa

SUNDRIES !|points out, however, that H program Fe Sr.), Bell, Frink: Pinetta. and HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH t ? A"zJ/
can be put into operation 42nd AnniversaryAmerican the 'Tate Chapter at Gonzalez. I L. .

Best Selection, Widest Variety 'I quickly if the necessary farm Members of Starke Chapter's!. Sunday Sunday School 10 I ; clwvv

TOYS-FOR :ALL AGES :acreage information is on file at Legion Post *6 will champion livestock judging team ,a. m., Morning inesage 11 a. m" -

; FISHING; SUPPLIES-ALL I the county office. She asks the celebrate the organization's 42nd were Wayne Stalnaker, 10th"Training Union 7 p. m. Evening

frJ4 : RODS AND REELS TYPES, QUALITY (cooperation of fanners in pro- ( anniversary: on Tuesday March grade; Louis Johns, 11: and Henry message 8 p. m. EEKICTASIE KM : I

FOR LESS jviding information that will be ;' 14, with a free supper for all 'M zell.. 10th grader. The three Monday' Bible Joy Club 4 .

Our MAIN needed before a program can be I members starting at 6:30: p. m/ 'boys. have racked up 959 points of to 5 p. m.Wednesday. 1tJdtrdl7.urRAc1mii.

Business is PRESCRIPTIONS Our Large put into effect.Interested Guest speaker for the evening 'n possible 1,200 and won their Prayer fleeting

I Volume of Prescriptions enables us to give you the farmers are asked to : will be Claude Mullis, Departmentof chapter $25 in cash and two rosettes 1-30 p. m. Choir Practice 8:30p. : .

f FRESHEST Drugs at the Most ECONOMICAL PRICE bring to the county ASC office Floiida Americanism Commission one each for swine and m. Pastor: Merle Packham.. .

; : Have Your Next ,Prescription Filled at KOCH'S. : their record of the acreage- of : Chairman. Membership stars beef judging. I .lIClII...IfWUWfDkING A

t cropland used for field corn grain :I will be awarded to all members Winter Haven chapter was the MADISON STREET BAPTIST i

I : hone WO.44401forFREE DELIVERY j sorghums oats and other crops! who secured 10 or more member- 'wer-all state champion, havingthe 900 Block W. Madison St. I SIZE PEN! Limited 'Time

.1 r I for the crop years of 1959 and j ships, for 1961 and Burke Bosun highest combined score, 1,498 Sunlay School .9:45: Jim Law TJw extra-length lindy '

t:.'* r : '1 -- 1960. ,The report should be on the I pins will be given to those"securing points of a possible 1,800, in 'on. Superintendent. boll pen balances per- .

1\ HOMESTEADERS' ; THAT HAVE JftXT SIGNED FOR 1961 basis of the acreage planl.edand I 15 or more'members. swine, dairy and beef cattle judg- Morning Worship, 11:00. I, 1tctyurhondso9IveyouIruyTension.? ,
Below Is the list of U'>n> !'t..ad..rs who have the use ,made of the All members are urged to attend ing. The Bradenton Chapter Only
won he
plication for 1961. If your name nut filed a renewal ap crop pro- Training Union 6:15: Jim Harden writing/ ..
eligible for the exemption unless appears you on this list you will not be duced. Accurate information must this meeting and enjoy the the dairy cattle judging'championship Dir tor. f fliNG

VseiiM"'*' pffKe on ur before April 1st bring, 1961.your Those application to the Tax be obtained immediately !or possible good food and fellowship. with 549 points of a 7:30. SIZE INK APARTMENTRANGE
1st time must come to the office In applying for the Evening Worship, : SUPPIYI I Ine
person.
establishment of farm feed possibl 600. Wednesday. Prayer Meeting j
F N '
,W O B Hare Mizell.* Jr 3 Iargart't A Islington' Magjari Jr Hrarty }J'Lt-O
'4. Z W ,Hamilton Simuel I A Krvn HnUert Thomas Since Bradford County i classed Community competition at the 'Univer i i 4ffnr6 Jcfiotn of ptA.. .
l\i
1 Emory H L, Johns M Johns }Irll. Merrill I'matt William Davie n Till\\liittle as a minor feed-grain produc- sity of Florida will be sponsoredin HENTE 'O'*T\r .HOLINESS writes and writes with

=, FernlMoody Otis t U Prt'\'alt La('hMtrrlll Oifn Thomas Deikman-y Jr ing area only interested farmersare ,Development ProgramThe national competition by the CHURCH ..ver a refillS! 'REG. $139.95

:;k Earl Leslie! Whitehead Ltona\l' Griffis J Robert A Cne asked to make reports. In State Department of Agriculture, Sunday:School, it a. Jr,.; Morning

tWilllam S M Johns T Granser: 'Loran John A C Mdttingley( James Hordon.a K McRae! f'r counties classed as major feed Starke Jaycees are con- Doyle Conner commissioner. Con- ;Worship 11 a. m.; EvangtHstic BWI5E..BUYKING'

;\ Ida Merritt Jvh'n) Diggs Hioun Edward' .\ A'amey grain producing areas, acreage reports ducting a community development. ner himself is a former FFA member -I r services. 7'3ft D. m SIZEI I II Now
4 Janice Shher r' H !Smith Carl L Johns program and are now taking I ".Come let together." tools,feels' and grvesyou $9939
tt Joe S Moody William W K Torode Jr are being obtained for all a.. who made a trip to Kansas I us reason I the smooth
!S : Slop-
:' Roy Q Tonil'4nson ILance I? Thornon Saiimlers fiporRe L I.n\ell) farms. survey in order to arrive at the i City in 1948 to receive ,a State :trt'Writingyovwoufdxpectfro.nothe
rtI- };rneet Mal.ry p :'Raii.ontI Crt-wI' J1: Kdw'aidsCarl project that will be most beneficial Farmer's Degree a.nd was elected : *
Vasco W I: -
HodgeErnc '
own 36" STANDARD
!'!t EdnardsK .""MiHIxrt)1111011 H Hosl..r Carter .1 W Thorns For Free Income Tax to the community. National FFA president., BQtf expensive pens I
M Lewi John Y L KirchalneI Committees are now obtaining
I O L Atkinson! ..J 0 S1rrs F'iiitiay'H!! I! L SJoni Join This Contest I
H C Douglas t 11rul.. Tyson I)- vfd fSunterTHimh different facts about the community FHP ReportFor RANfiEREG.

I> C Hicks ,.. ... (Frncst Dtll Tyson and plan to contact the ;
} Jv Thorna' -itott:!!! Tyson y) J. Thoma!> Some fortunate person in .the I public for opinions community February -
Doyle E Arthur
Hazen Williams
Samuel B Smith M'lara Mack! LfonaidAlkn ; Ollie/ Brewton Starke area may have his 1960 needs by sending questionnaires $16 .95,

I O C Kelly i 1'1n Hank,-t>on Florence Clark Est income tax paid for" him [or her] through the mail. "The: Florida Highway Patrol has
It n Morgan \tOlh't'r Tyson rt Willie Brown -absolutely free. released the following report of '[. !
Iit Morgan D."It i > FlowersKujrene Dr. ....:... 1uT ;
Henry and
.. JIioDlea Hosier ThomaK I. MersereauL .I Gruen.. Harry j I activities in Bradford County dur- =:-=--. : Now $139a95)
Fersriison: The
H announcement made
: GrN'I wa. Green, co-chairmen of the .
,
project i
r.J! 1J W.2 PMEt4TS'
.
JohnMon7t.il.6rt Td.laIoCal'Jln\ iJ
-\(J. S. Kradleyt'Ius ing February: Arrests, 39; Cor-
P J>wu Dnuglaq Colbert yesterday by Herbert Prescott, local -i I urge that all pers'ons receiving
: .
George RtddithL 7e4 rpre Kelly Ltwjs Carter Willie Reason I Bay Service Station operator, I questionnaires' assist the rection Cards 123: Accidents, 3; ';:. ij
P (" : Jaycees ,. 3 ..Driver's .Charley I j iI
fcappO raJiriT Williaina \rlhnr Hill JrHnry who said the has [Injuries) ; Fatalities, 1;
!
pledged
company by
L -I i filling them out and returning
.Sapp W Prvant '
Mirn( II :Xueifel Exams- 47 passed 46 failed; incomplete ?
( L KCarl Yarerougli O\f1tI.rtl Motor Court .Times n"a "!1 to make refunds to 100 lucky them promptly.Rotary I' 32.Presbyterian. ltetttteteretf by UWY KM CO., INC. I

I Hay A Thornton.fldlaiarW l.utliur.. It llardeejusU Charles'Hit"hRrtl Hudson ndprlll taxpayers who win a simple con- :i i,. I ciavu City,Cahfonmi ,U.S.A. I
I>- ; P Hardy .
.I C nent''n.:. Jr C A frum J. I* Fain-loth test. .
'- Mallfip C'I"II, I/'I" ILIghtner and Charles J Tlarll..nbrook I 1 I Hears Church \
: Bay Petroleum
Corporation '
.KlOon I. liHldlKllW KappIt Lucius f.rrtf' -Williams II \Vtwtn Helen Knowle HardenbrookHA I plans to market a new high ':Gibson;: k On I l.lQhns BradforECountyTELEGRAPH
II Thursday -Choir Practic I
Rr.nvn Leonard \ M ooroOeore $,p.
i;.J It II nplftl.h! TI'mlark WWlard Carlton *" A Talrrer i! quality .gasoline nd.er.a.., new 'I Textbook Selection m. *-' ABOUT:
-
e Mary 'Norman Hamp Cohen Mrs W A'Coll. yLoueenla name. Contestants are asked to .
1>:lek Lhoezhyi Smith Friday Deacons Meeting: ,,7:30
':\CI l:> n Orlffis Gt'OrgeCUrrf'e Hebaner Clark P. F Ol'hy: choose one of five names woposed i I,. ,H..Gibson, a member of the I :
Fred JlIt lU" 11artha D Hupn for the new product: Tor Torco. :: p. m. Theft Insurance!
I Mr'' Harriet 0 Cooper !.'State. Textbook: Committee gave __ _
.
I Leo feou! Paul liuranA Saturday Junior Recreation -
Roost'Vt'tt.Pt'1. / C F LeachCharity S AndereckKdward Osteen. Tenneco, or Bay Plus. All an interesting talk at the, Rotary -. 1
Tucker
I GUY Harrington Plake Jackson who select the name that the Club l 4 i p. m.
"Jack WilliamsJoe ; Wednesday* describing the We've been with
A U McRae Harmon Pat A Miller company adopts will be eligible for .Sunday Sunday ,School, 9:45a. : dealing
task the
complicated faced by
Il \VlUlam S Starling Kuth Landry Leo I. Insurance for ,Many1 years
Arthur Graham Est I
,- Martin RodriguezJennink Sciplo infrlton Georpe A Hibbs! a drawing on April 26. committee in selecting texts to,be i m. Communicants Class,..10 a. Now Mi
..Bnd we find that EANING
I> : Pturliuff Elizabeth McCoy l>tAlfonzo Floyd Stewart Prescott said the contest is now used in Florida public schools. m. "Morning Worship, 11 a. m.,
S M AbernathvDonald Joe CriffNW I I
1 and Vernie Otis I C Leach Jenkins P Jolm.oonWilliam on and he started giving out I H. A. Bishop. Jr. president of I sermon by Rev. ;H. Lolouk Fikretof most People are not. Sure .
1 -
Keys, F W Grandim! Lane tickets Wednesday. The company I the club, announced that a net :, Orlando. Junior ,Choir, 5. p. ;'m.I what their ,Insurance is ..I't

L II Outlaw Harry ?!ernMfivin Lvdla. Line estimates it will spend to $200- I'Evening Vespers, 6 p. -mr 'Youth|I Protecting them against. ..,.
; Carlos Muaro\e T M Rilwards: Jr up profit of around, $17 T. was made
A Suimnerlin
Foster T R, HayesJaniev McCormick Joe C Ricks Samuel Joe Frasier J Strachan. 000 to give the tax refunds, anda : I!I on the recent minstrel. Fellowship, 7 p. m., If,you have any doubts better Save 20*' G sh $ Carry

Henry FaberA maximum of $2,000 has been 'I. See
Mary Fenton U t" F (]ltethl ln -Tuesday Young Communicants us today!
Kd Parrixh 11001'1'J lIa Mae Perry set for each payment. OF THANKS ..'
Vlrgle CARD Class; 3:30: p.m.
Maggie Crews Norman\ teMIIlIan Robert Xorman i WO 40121'CHARLEY' CARPETS CLEANE1]P IN YOUR HOME
t!%: N II Starling Y\onn* Jobsie Thomas
Lonzo Starling Jr Verni> K Thornton II A Prescott Jr We are sincerely grateful to
Hva Godwin Archery Club To 1 Mrs. WasdinDies '
Vernon L starling W C Powell Azalea Motel friends and: neighbors for their | ? E.AGENCY

Hack S J McGarvey Griffis lola( Little Starling Clem Vasco, .i Forsyth Griffis: Resume Meetings. Sat. I many kind acts of sympathy dur- At Home In Waldo RALPH A '

I Leon WllkersonArvls Junius Volley M Smith Robert Halstcn ing our sad bereavement. Our appreciation i SHUHStarke :

.4,4 James C C, Kirkland Hlgglnbotham J C' Sapp Roy Leonard Griffis G Johns Jr. The Archery Club, sponsored by cannot be adequately: } .'Ms.. Frances Estele Dyal Was- JOHNS

J R Sapn Jr Cedi A n J'J11non Douplas James W Rrasier the Recreation Department will | expressed.The family *f Mrs. am died at ,her ,honie in Waldo I 132 N. Court St. FU.V .

'-1. Herbert S Norman Robert G Green F K Thomas' resume meetings Satul day at I Leila Donnelly. Thursday morning. She is survived 131 S. WaJnut-St.

ti' 1 \f AT,H M GrenAjrvln Reddish John Gldd Holdenl' Henry J..auraIt"under Pearsall 10:30: a. m. on the Pratt Street .;. by' her husband, W.,. T. y\asdin. :. ._._ .
Ixjofard M -- -- ---- -
DouberlyL C H Naaworthy Cstt-lla Gibbs E"t Playground. Any boy or girl, 10 i IN MEMORIAM and hree children: :, Mrs. Estele J__ "< -

; >,. H C T Milliard PvnnettJ Joseph M Slstrunk Angus Ralph Pearsall Hall years or older is invited to take j March 8, 1960 Gunter, Waldo; Mrs. Evelyn .
Thomas X Lyons pait. Dues of 10 cents week Brown Trenton and Eddie Was-
: O Pr"v tt henry B Hinson a I : ;
Oliver K Pearson C P. TannerCarl Ritoh R 0 Simmons are charged to cover expenses.An I I WATSON-A kind and gentle., jQjn Waldo. Funeral'arrangements ... ,

Thomas n Thomas 0 SnannD ..\ t> Tlnlv Lizzie\ H Perry Sullivan archery tournament is i( husband. a good father '1ii1IKing I\\'e\ not complete\ at press time ; ... .. .. <,'>> '

R L prescott Clarence, F.HiitchesoiiUarney MeUaeFrnnkle Home J AndrewsW scheduled for Saturday. April 1, 1 Watson. Gone but not for1 yesterday. DeWitt C. ,Jones Funeral .t:... ? -. f .io i' .'0" ;.' "

Mhttle Edward Carter Lye Massey! Haztn Mrs H H Maxwell P May with several events for the various 1 gotten. We miss you. Wife, Estella, Home is in charge of ar-: ,' -. --i- ,

I mH .E ReddUh Eff'e trM F.f'rolbr J' nowUns C t. May age groups. 1'1 J. and son, Richard Watson..; "rngements. .-.;;..:., "_: ... 'f.1 .". ". : .. .
..A M Danson C .\ Cox .
lit. 0 Doria".. n.. ,.... A T Dempsey n.an".. P.. :.......... \ ; :
t3 0 1 If'\n If JoserJi E Hi'debran' wri < i. jA #-j "-' it f -
n;: Ralph Wise Bolllnger II Kelsey I. : ,
Mae Johnson Herbert G Cleveland Neal 'r;' : \ -... I
Minnie C'orlneFutter .. : .
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Reid Penjamln Geiger : 1 .

I L?% ,Marie J Allen Ella Willie.Mae Ed Mitchell Tucker Fart W Br II wn Halt Jr STARKE BUSINESS iDIRECTORY'AUTO I ..' ; .. .Ii ;; .
wil Hattie Abraham Brooks William .: ', ,. -
Whemenla|) ]
'Martha Robinson William H Hall :
EF ;: : .
:Mack Lane .. .- .
BrinsonCl
Celia Rokinson Homer J I' '.'.z.. A, '. ft

;1._ Isaac Robert and Franklin mile FelderMarv Jr T. W )X 15I4V Bennett >'de HeraeyHarxev L 1'nderwood! I I >-',.:. '';.. // .-i'::-f>;. ,': l' '.....,..'.!.o ,. it"I! fI.4'.......'

t1 Florence Williams POM Lee Ghent EstHelen L G Johns ... ;' I > ,} fr'
Liggette BODY SHOP AUTO RADIATOR ,
Kelly Rosa S Tries.1 t_ _, t '
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Ef.f"liftord H William J. B. ; .tc'
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Win E Herndon Sr Wright ; <: ; ) !
Sam Brown T."onH r.lla Harmon Matthews Robert W Drake! Mack's Body ShopBODY I SINCLAIR SERVICE STATION.r. ; ', 1/ J.... 1: I
John Pauline Dexore. Metta Virginia E Sibley! Ed Prevatt's Garafee -
I Manuel McNeil :Xonle PuUnm Thomas Garner Jr & FENDER REPAIRS Complete Auto .Sen1ce : :l.
William / WHICH WAY
Homer Uti f ,
Bertha Smith Mary -Siiams AcctSl'tor1es' /
A T PaiAlfred COLLISION SERVICE RADIATOR ,SERVICE r rf{ .j* ./'J1I'e5-Battt"rt .
MeCormiikE
W !
James Houston Edward ,
KarnesJ : Electric 4-t % 'j'" t
Cepbus Johnson Ouion Lewis Painting- Hatching New Cores-Rodding-Flushing Welding .-, ''" fa !

I. Edward Laura Coy,Williams )3ntln i>iie Dell Thomas Clifford D Warden Eliuore FREE ESTIMATES I ,Crank,Shalt. Grinding: ,:' Ii)-.542' ..Madison WO-9-2801- '. ."- 'f'. : !J': :: .. TO4 A\'' BILlS? .;." : .r. '

Joe 'Reed I. 7. P.aker James Byrd 2033 N. Temple Starke WO 9-2403 i. Lawn Mower Mptors RepairedSo. I .l'r..' ", ;: :
Ollie Mae ('umn1Ingl' AUTO TIRES ,' rf'i ;.i ,
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Hobert WhiteS '!t WIUiamsPan IJender&l'nI M ; '; ; ,
.T Starling Jr .. SItie and Joe Evelyn Dobson AUTOMATIC \Valnut-WO 4-3861 WOM584'j .. ::' .,.:

Fred William Smith H Gault Leona J h Chasteen U Sapp Jr Harold L R Griffin Bore, TRANSMISSION .1 ,Starke Recap Co. ,:/. \. ;( For many folks, ,it's s vealvays <', .i': ,. ,
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Mathews .. .i
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W R Dlxon < Ernestine! I* Elsenachei Pappy Roulston, Owner Mgr : f" .J. I

,George Walter J Henderson Estes Ge>rge D KerseyJames Sejmoiir John Charles S A Nlles Pardee Tanner's Gulf ServiceGULF AUTO SERVICE ,', I Recapping for Cars 1 Trucks' ;1? > .. Jiitherthither ,and -yon. But .peojple? 1 ". .'{"tJ '_-. .

Arthur Lee Helen GlasirowW \\1t11t"" ..d UisabilUI PRODUCTS i I I'Dodd' ONE DAY SERVICE

f4! Isaac Naomi,Puhart'Tlsdale !Irs B1 E Sewell Lennon Mrs Mrh. Banie Lillie\ .Mott Cone Complete Automatic i' Service & I NEW TIRES AT SAVINGSAUTO.LlTE 'T t ,. -j:iflj .: -'-''''with checking'a nfs simply mail ".:_: .t.); ._ ;
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Casey Jr U A GreenShellio HH Transmissions BATTERIES "
T It s'
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.F Alma S Campbell Bell A W Ma Hall!ters Clemons Mrs M- Elizabeth Abernathy.DrydellWemIey I Sen'ice' and RepairsFor I GENERAL Auto REPAIRING Sales I 1S3 N. Temple& Starke WO 4-0221 F -- ,.:T-:i *:?'':: ecksatbill-paYingtinicpacijmnth? \; :i' :

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Fronle *" L .
Jack Crawford Mrs Starling All Slakes I '. -* .
Rasmusnen Thtlma FIRESTONE I CHAIN SAWS f ,
Crew John Mrs W K 'T rode 666 N. Temple Starke WO 4:2321 I < -+ + .

I Floyd John Peach Crews Crawford King$ j Joseph nro"Rrdkrl T Prevatt R :McDonald gf> Lizzie Mrs if U Bradley Finn...\ .Griffis; IMC. AUTO PARTS- Tires 588-8.Batteries Walnut WO Accessories 4-3861 North: Temple Amoco r ..' -.'':A/s......, 'i SAVE tlME.AND .tRIPS-OnN -YOUR CHECKING /: ,.: : }. : :". i!

T>arvln D Barber JrW .cW.S Melson JokVphlne' Ellerson AMOCO GAS & OIL :: "ii'' ;' ''m:: "ACCOLfNTTHISMONTH.ATOURB.f: : :., : .

!. T ,Crawford ThompkinsMamie : Mrs Frd' 'A Pellumj H Johns E C Byrd mall Starke Motor. POUIAN CHAIN SAWS ''. : / <' r-f' ., .,., .- '!, --1' !
Arnett Maggie Starke 66" Service ,
/
D Mathews Completely NewCOmpletelyEqui
Davis Woodrow n Griffis Charity TuckerA Parts Co. Inc. 6, t' _".. '; .
.. Annie-( Hampton R Randolph I '.:. ..' 'I < : 'j .
James H ChlttyW Bill Edwards, : ytHe :' c ? '
Rebecca Hampton Parker Your LotalJobber Prop.
1 Ella\
F. Williams A Priced & DHigne'd'for' the' Farm .
George" WilliamsF C Thomas Mrs, Lassie SilcoiFelva NA' WE SPECIALIZE. .IN j: j
M Staring "U 'L Sanders C UeeceA For A I Just U9.95-Servk>e on all JIakes !
Pv .BRAKE j
I Olen SERVICE
Joe Starting "J Strickland T DempseyLeila I '1 661 N. Temple Starke WO 4-9501
jfllffotd l B Setters: V Mundy Cor. Brownlee & Clark Wheel Balancing & Alignment 1
Costello' II .
Bill E "'I .
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1 Leaton Winifred IT Green Morgan Jr. Harlow Jl J Trevott>ulkner Mrs Mrs Mattie E Lennon P Gahagan> Phone WO 4-0801 4-0811 I 617 iN. :Temple Starket WO 48SI': WELDING-GARAGE 1L'oR.i bA
Paul I
Leaton r :\Iorl"anJr.. McKlnneyXorman l
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,O,Estell L'Brown J Watson Jr Charlie 4Q..t.n Thomas Mrs A FronieCtl'mons F Sauls AUTO REPAIRS 1'Eail's 1I 1- r Thomas Welding
.E Thomas Mrs
.Clarence J i:. Brantleyj Moore' J -I) Cvjr:: Ju"leL Mrs Vida Young D>'al Garage Gilbert 1 .JBrown : ,.j Shop & GarageKleotric ; ,- _h ...- "
Strickland
Vincent 1*. Whit R Smith Ernest j H Phillips! Victoria Mack Mack I Standard Ofl Servlre Station and \eetyIene'Welding, IL ] 'LLT STi K l-k----- :

A Q "Frame"" ''Le.ey ,conway Griffis Carrie Arizona Ford ALL KINDS O.F 'ATLAS, i Remington Chain Satr* -. -- -.' _.?: ,, >-JI!!_. ,_,_-___ ,__ ii '
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,Va.co Und rbUl And1 G Loudon Jr Mrs Klzzte Owrsley .AUTOREPAIR WORK TIRES ,4.,BATTERIES 1. :Sales & Seiyice-Work: :Guaranteed f
.N D Burney Arthur Mrs Carl Vollkopf Of&HMOf TH f WSIOA NATIONAL CROUP IIIUgEK ;
hi. Buord.JlutehMoa )t \V. 1..1DC8. .E A HeartU All Work ,Guaranteed .'I 'Budget:Terms Road Bru'! } '9' ,4-OMl, j
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Pastors--Rev. Marvin Stedham,l Student rest,sentenced to 10 days in jailor Chorus Rehearsal 1 Madison Street Baptist Church

:New River BaptistsSet fjeld missionary; Deacons-'Rev,\ City Recertifies Bumper Crop Of I UF 23 I a fine of $52.50.: I i Director Frances Poe said that

; Friday ForEvangelistic Herman Long, Negro, unlawful Time, Place ChangedA ; anyone desiring to participate in
: Jack Mabry: pastor Madison :
Dies At '
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: BaligameSarnueF display of firearms, case postpon- change in rehearsal time and the program is, welcome to join
Clinic : Street Baptist Church; Sunday cd.' I, the chorus Sunday.
I Federal ProgramContinued Bradford Berries place will find the Community
School Superintendent-Rev. Lacy a'; L. V. Gross Negro, profane
: Theme of the New River Baptist Vernon Smith. 23, Chorus practicing for .g Easter
Conway, pastor Airpark Baptist I senior at the University or Florida guage, sentenced to seven days lan-I'Program this Sunday at S p. m. TilE RIGHT POINT for the
Association Evangelistic Clinic [Continued on Page Four)
Church; Brotherhood Presidents- ( from Page One was pronounced dead on arrival ;ail or a fine of.$37.50.L. .n the First Methodist Church. i way you write. Come in and select

to bfe held Friday, March 10, E"M.! adequate buying power on the' site at the Bradford County Hos V. Gross, Negro, public intoxication -} The Chorus had previously rehearsed jour favorite ESTERBROOK
: Norton Associational i
Broth-
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:from 110 9 pjn. in the Madison, Starke. The city is already payingan by Monday. pital last .Friday night after suffering not guilty. Sunday afternoons at the Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH
; erhood presidents; Training .Union identical amount to the .1
:Street Baptist Church will be "A, Directors-S. A. Bryan Associa- county Huggins and Wainwright both a heart attack while Eddie Lee Adridge, reckless
U Deepened Evangelistic Consciousness .each year for a like period for that packagingwill watching the District n, Class A -E
tional Training Union director; north. I emphasize quality driving, fined $27.50. license suspended -
: through Church Officers. \VMU Presidents-Mrs. I right-of-way for 301 be of utmost importance this basketball tournament held in the for 30 days.
Jack Ma
I The program will be led by Rev. ,Council toot the request under!season. They point out that local high school gymnasium. I
bry, Associational WMU
:w; P. McElroy, Associational dent; Church Clerks and Treasur-presi- advisement. If the request is; volume is heavy in the Plant City Smith collapsed during the

.Chairman of Evangelism with Russell Norman granted, the money the council and Miami areas, and continuedhot third quarter of the QuincyPerrygame Report Rates
ers- Associational
Rev' ... Marvin 'Stedham, Field Missionary clerk and treasurer, ; Music Dir- I paying the county 'will double, weather .is' causing berries to ; he had played high school clEiLA.

Of the Florida Baptist ectors-Jimmy Crosby; Associational going up to $7.000 Johns per year. 'ripen fa.st.'Gr wers should 'keep basketball in Quincy.He : County Jail GoodA

.Convention'. for District 6, bringing music director. Commissioner pointed up with their picking" Huggins was a senior in the UF college -
the ,inspirational message. out, however, that the county now of Agriculture and a'member bl-monthly report from the [
Members of each of the Florida Division of Corrections
respective pays the city $7,100 ad valorem said.The
Conferences. and their leaders that of Kappa Alpha fraternity. He flw-
county agent reported
"
organizations are given a tax each rated the Bradford County Jail"good"
: year.
for the
following officers and their 'was pledge chairman and dining
leaf and fruit-cap browning
spot
special invitation to attend. Recreation Site in all respects Chief Deputy -
respective organizations will be for his fraternity .
: : have been observed in some fields. room manager
Sheriff Dolph Reddish said. '
... _L ,__ In a letter to the council City I and student assistant for the
a
Cap-browning associated /with a
Attorney Arch Thomas Jr. told also In the report, sent to the sheriffs TV Gives TroubleWe I
Board of Examiners. He was When Your
: fungus and weather conditions, he
AMBULANCE office, Prison Inspector R. P.
SERV1CF the council in his opinion that
member of the Agriculture
said. The' fruit is not affected but 1 Iii
the Starke Recreation Board cannot McLendon said, "This Is a well
: PHONE WO 4-2600 appearance of the fruit .withbrowncapwill Economics Club. Double
hold title to lan F[ Survivors include his parents,
affect the price at : '
: DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home suggested that the city or county 'Mr.and'Mrs. T. V.Smith of Quincy very competent staff. The per-
this stage. Captan is tre fungicide
sons who make the competentstaff
obtain title to the proposed recre- and sister up Mr. Bill Teske TV and Radio Technician
to Huggins advised. Regular!: ; brother, Shelby, a ,
: DeWitt C. Jones Registered Funeral Director ation site near Crosby Lake Ceme- use are Mr. and Mrs. T. C. '

: Starke. ,FIa. tery, bUt that both would first use of Captan will satisfy the pure 'Funeral, Martha.services Jane. were held Sun- Crawford, who are jailer and matron has been added to our organization Thus
food and:! drug law and growers and who live in the rear of
have to put the proposition to Service at
a day afternoon in the First Baptist assuring of Quicker Expert
: Rental Service: Hospital Beds, Wheel Chairs, Crutches vote of the freeholders.In can continue to pick, he said; I Church at Quincy and burial followed the jail. you ,

a_ ....._ not plastic'mulch that Reasonable Prices
,rD.. : other action the council: I Growers using at Hillcrest there. DeWitt Deputy. Reddish stated
Passed an ordinance banning. are' urged by Huggins to visit. in credit for maintaining the jail in
C Jones Funeral Home was
fields with plastic and observe the: : its present condition: should go PHONE WO 4-8981
public dance halls in the city in-
charge of local arrangements.
WEEK-END( SPECIALS Side the boundaries of Weldon crop of fruit now on plants.: to the Crawl ords.

i Street on the north, Alligator "Close observation now will help the.! TIlE RIGHT POINT for the BIAS RADIO & TV SERVICE ,

make decision on I
Canal on the south, Orange: St. you your GeorgeBunch,53
write. Come in and
way you select -
: Truck Load Golden 'Bantam Fla. on the west and Water St. on the use of plastic next season Hug'gins : your favorite ESTERBROOK I 920 THOMAS ST.

: FRESH CORN doz. 24c east.Received said. Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH I
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ears. a $728.18 check from Plant City is expected to reachth Fnrmflr Re -a-.

flmfr.. ". ,. _'R.lInA", __ ., f r" _.......t..1.. *> neat. nt .It* season pariv. .. nextweek. --- -
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Freah to be used in installing sewer and I : -----1' :

:. STRING' BEANS, 21bs. 29c water lines in Demetree's proposed -. Dies After Illness wO.) ; ,'D:

c addition of 15 homes in I
Saratoga Heights. The check Cadet Tomlinson

: YELLOW SQUASH --2 Ibs. 29c was for the exact amount that George H. Bunch, 53, one-time 20 Words or less, one time _________ .85 Memorials Resolutions --.....- 5c per wordIf

&I City Surveyor Merrill McMillan resident of Starke, died February! not paid In advance ____________ 1.00 .Cards! of Thanks, up to 50 words ..__,._- 2.50

.. GreenBELL estimated the materials will cost. Given Distinction 2i:> in Cannon Memorial Hospital,;; Keyed or Blind Ads ____________.___.... 1.60 Over 50 words ..n._________?__ 5c per word

: PEPPERS each 5c The city has agreed to install the Banner Elk!: N. C. after an extended Each additional word over 20 ___________ 03 Display ads in Classified __,__ 1.50 'per inch

., lines if Demetree pays for the (Continued from Page One] illness. -

: Large U. S. No. 1 material '. Mr: Bunch was born March 4, FURNISHED APARTMENT I FOR RENT One store building, OfT OP TOWN OWNER
He will hold the of front HOUSE FOR SALE 1 furnish Apt. and one small unfurnished MIST SELU1
: IRISH POTATOES 10 lbs. 35c Promoted Police Officer Billy position 1908 in Nashville, Tenn. and wasa Six apartment, 21 room, 5 I house at 321 Temple phone 2 BEDROOM HOME with one acre
Overstreet to sergeant in charge guide in the group. member of the Masonic Lodge,: bath Two block from P. O. WO 92981. _tfchg lot. Carport & utility room. Newly
of night duty. Cadet Tomlinson 210 X. Cherrr See on'Bert J. R. I finished and partially furnished.
I Lake graduated the Shriners, the Rotary Club BnUlitftton. FARM 96,500i: Low Down Parnrat
County ,
Heard a 'plan for city insurance from Bradford High School In while in Starke, and the Banner Tfchb I For Will consider a trailer'in trade.
: Equipment :2! mi. north 301, turn right first
on
ORANGES dozen 29c presented by a University of I 1957 and nOWmaJors in civil en- Elk Civic Club. Plowing road beyond Farmers Market; 7th
Florida Insurance class headed by FOR SALE: 3 BR. house, LR, DR I
gineering at The Citadel. Earlier During his years here, Mr. :Kitchen Fla. Room 1 1bath8.. Planting house on right. Gtchg 3-18

: GRAPEFRUIT .. -dozen 43c Prof. W. H. Howard of the Collegeof this year he was elected to the exclusive Bunch was owner and operator of, ::Large lot. 1011 W. Madison. See after I I INDUSTRIAL 1 FOR REXT-2 bedroom nicely furnished -

Business Administration, the'I 14-man drill unit, the the Starke Motor Court, and also i*'I 4 p. m. daily. itp I Equipment For Every Job house with carport. For

Home department of Finance and In- Junior Sword Drill, at the college.He citrus groves in central Florida.'!! RADIOS REPAIRED I couple or with an infant child. In.
Grown Superior Tractor Co. 733 X. St. tfchgFOR
quire at Thompson
surance. Members of the class, invited is among the 61 cadets who Prior to that he had been president All Makes All Model I

STRAWBERRIES 3. pts. $1.00DOUG'S :. by Clerk Edwards to make reached the zenith of military'accomplishment of the Bunch Furniture Co.I I Keanonable HHEPHEIID.S Charges! RADIO- Guaranteed and ..'\. Phone EV 9-6772 REXT 3 bedroom home

the report as part of their course, at the school when in Statesville, N. C., and had also Inman Green, Owmer 5353 W. Beaver JacksonvilleFor with carport. Located at 380 N.
proposed plan for complete hos- the I .U: .:. Call Ht. Pbone.WO 4-6901 Cherry St Floyd Green, phone WO-
they won places on precisiondrill been a merchant and a farmer 9-2942. Itp
I Starke Fla. Rent 3 room and bath nicely -
PRODUCE MARKET. pital and'retirement insurance for team this week. in Banner Elk. He retired in 1956. furnished cottage. Available Feb.
all,city employees. 1. Phone WO 42261. Margaret How FOR SALE H ft Lone Star Mon-
In extremely rigorous competition Surviving are his wife and boat. 35 Jip tleatrle, Evinrude
for teray
WE HAVE: a n,w loan program ard. tfchg
Passed a resolution to enact;.,a these cadets, all membersof three daughters, Mrs. R. B. Meac- farmer Loan of I to 5 yean motor, top, skis, trailer. Call Bob

: ... "Across From Setzers"l National Home 'Rule,'Road Pro- the junior class, were selectedto ham, Amarillo, Texas; 'Mrs. B. F. for the entire credit and his require FOR ,SALE Acre pf lake and 1 Lapp FR 2-S258. Gainesville. Itchg,
farmer
of
the
meats
gram to assist local'and state governments comprise the Summerall Miles, Macclenny; and Miss Georg- Ityv Gainesville Production fam-I I acre of land with 3 room cabin, 3 FOR RENT Furnished 2 bedroom
miles
-- N. of Starke.
100 ft. off US
'to retain controt of' Association, <29 North ) house. Gas automatic'water heater
gaa- Guards of 1961-62.The 61 wInners .iana Bunch of Banner Elk. He Gainesville. P1*. *ll.lft'l 301. Inquire Baldwin Grocery Geo.Kills. and range. Nicely furnished.
oline and other excise taxes were chosen, in competition is also survived by his parents, Rt. 2 Box 53-C 3tp 3-23 Grounds kept by owner. Adults. 612

thereby restricting' diversion; of l lasting,several ,weeks, fron some I Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Bun h of I FOUXD Wheel from trailer., 4.5744.Lake St Call Mrs. A. F. .giula tfchg, WO

these funds by the federal govern: 200 juniors seeking the honor. Statesville, N. C., and five bro- FARM EQUIPMENT : Owner may have same by indentifi-
I.therB. I.Bulldozer International TD14A, I ration and paying for this ad. Call
ment (or purposes other than state Tomlinson and the other Chosen ., !I IFuneral ., overhauledtraeks, rebuilt _...3,200 ST 2-3731 2tp 3-16 FOR SALE down- Xw 2 bedroom re 'like house.rent.
!Small payment
and 'lOcal ,1' aIs.( State 'nfttt 1 CI cadets will be designated 'official services we're held in! Bulldozer, Alli-Chalmers IIDJ, i iwln'h Phone WO 4-0193.(: Itp

roads which are now 'receiving no ly. as Summerall Guards for the the Banner Elk Presbyterian, ,_,__overhauled_ "___, _tracks___.- J3.000 rebuilt -I'I ing FOR(chair SALE platform- Sofa bed rocker and, match-lounge TV's

federal aid are carrying 34 per ensuing year in a colorful cere- Church at 2 p. m. February 27, j Tractor, Ford Diesel 1600 hrs I chair, coffee table. Call WO 4-59131 SYLVANIA

cent of the nation's traffic. mony on March 18. with Masonic rites. !! ________. ___ $1,600 i iwepkends.after 5 p. m. or any time during I II Sales & Service! ,
: Itrhg
\ Voted to spend $40 fora threeway The Starke cadet was elected to I Tractor S-F-ottom, Ford Plow,740.1100 John-Deere hrsl,200. $200 I I II STARK RADIO &: TV

radio hook-up between' .the his position as front guide of the Rick Rake Ford .. _________$180 1 FOR SALE Propane gas tank,. Phone WO 4.8511
Court : with regulator, 115 gal eapacity.Excellent
Mayor's Fold-OverTarrow, Ford $200
funeral home, the sheriff's office team 'by other members of the 2-Way Frame and Blade,?Ford---- $%20 condition. $65. J. T. Kirkland FRIGIDAIREAPPI"IANCES

and .the .city. The move was proposed group. Spring Trip Cultivator, Rear Bar I Jr. 41% X. St. Clair St. Starke.
phone WO 9-2134.:! %tp 3-9
to Twenty-one routine cases were and !-row Planter Attach. I
by DeWItt C. Jones' enable
I Ford ____ ____ .$240
I I ambulance drivers' to summon TV ''I V tiled in Mayor's Court Monday by ; Rotary Hoe, Sears ______.._-_-_ $110 I HOME FOR SALE-By owner. 7 FOR SALE: FRAME End of Euclid HOME.St.Can 3
be financed.
II law officers to wrecks in HydrocarbonsPlant Mayor W. .T. (Billy) Jackson. ] Front End Loader Sears_____$160 room port and bungalow utility on room.corner Near lot.tennis Car- blks. South on Alton 'Rd. J. W.
I Chain Saw, Sears ___ _,__ $60
emergencies. The ,cost, approximately .Linda Yvonne Boatwright, pro-,i Forage Harvester, Lundell -_-_--_$400 court and play grounds. 431 Center Thomas. tfchg

fane ,_.._____ !3t, Phone WO 43351. tfchg
$120'wWbe.shared- language, forfeited bond of 2 Fuel Pumps $120 FOR SALE Electric hot water
Hammel Mill Oehl _________$220 heater like TAUFFER
$27.50. $35 new.
the three agencies. j FOR SALE
ly by MovesI ___.
Sears $75
Spraying Equipment Posture Rest couch J75.Phone WO
Ready mix\\concrete, concrete block,
Instructed Superintendent S. R. Linda Yvonne Boatwright, public 20 Steel Windows Sears __$150 : cones., fence posts, Band, cement. 4-2034. Itp
Hicks to install 1,500 feet of water intoxication, forfeited bond of Aluminum Roofing Sears I Molar mix, rock steel oyster shell,
.
AT ____
48" x 100', per roll -$55 FOR RENT 3 room upper Apart
line to of residents west of $27.50: _______ LHierock and Roof Gravel. Phone
a group Ahead 2Vx 100'. per roll __$30, WO4-2521. Bradford EngineeringCo. mpnt. Phone WO 4.3151. Itchg
the Kayo Service Station in north I Step I Kenneth Laden Creamer, failure Call FR 2-4056, Gainesville tfchg I
i 2tchg 3-16 FOR REXT :3 I bedroom block
Starke, provided they also take to have vehicle under control and
home, tile bath.learly Dew Good
.
FOR REXT Furnished efficiency
city current. [Continued on Page Four] causing accident, forfeited bond of "ottage for -bachelor. Modern and neighborhood. 742 S. WestmorelandSt.
$27.50. FOR SALK 14 ft. fiber glass Cris- attractive. Good neighborhood. Phone WO 4-7771. 2tchg 8-16
One] .
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here should pave the way for expansion Super 10 Mercury out-
erwillega.M j Craft boat $45.00 mo. Call Mrs. Renner WO 4-
Donald J. Wehner, running red FOR SALE Rutgers Tomato
board motor trailer\ with winch. 5744 tfchg -
of the plastics Industry
I light forfeited bond of 1250. $300. L. A. Baker, Rt. 1 Cox 46%, plants SOc per 100; ft per 1,000. F.
4HCliihRally IIi the Florida Crown area. Clarence unlawful Keystone Heights, Phone 4656. FOR RENT Unfurnished houseat F. Flume. itp
Harper,
L.
It Is also considered likely thata Stchg 3-16 210 E. Adkins. Phone WO 9-1811. -
speed. forfeited bond of $27.50. tfchg
McGarvey Nursery
refinery will be constructed in
Ann double
James Franklin Simmons, Ne- FOR SALE Queen
the area In the future to define )>ed with excellent Innerspring mattress -I SEE YOUR SHELL dealer In Law Petunias
DayAllen gro, disorderly conduct, forfeited and Simmons box springs.I tey for fishing equipment andworms. Pansies, Alyssum
the gasoline extracted at the 4tp 3-30 Tuft Daisies &others.
bond of $27.50. Dresser and chest of drawers. .1 Candy ,
Brooker plant. chair with otterman. L. A.
James Franklin Simmons, Ne- easy taker, Rt. 1 Box 46:, Keystone FOR REXT Small house, furnished. U. S. 301
Seyeral railroad companies have
a red'ribbon; and Yvonne gro, public intoxication, forfeited Heights. Phone 4658. Stchg 3.16 Phone. Nice R. for W. couple.Brannen Near, Fla. schooL State ,
already been surveying proposed of
USED CAR 2 mi. N. Lawtey
Anders, Barbara Jo Parrlsh, De- bond of $37.50.Herbert Farm. Raiford. Fla. Itp
for line Into 3 apartment.
routes a spur the extraction FOR REST room -
THESE lores Ann Parrish, and Mary plant site. Dukes, Negro, public Electric kitchen. Christian couple TRAILER SPACE available at Law-
intoxication, forfeited bond of only. Phone WO 9-1545. tfchg PEYTOV .LOlnST
Whitaker, white ribbons. rence. Plenty of shade near water,
It; is estimated that around $1> 11. 8. ThOMPSON! ST.
at Horseshoe Beach, Fla. Itchg
Mothers of the girls were judges $27.50.. PHONE WO ..-111$
rates
will be to work- MOWING Reasonable
000,000 paid area LAWX : .
for all contests.In Newton Brosky, public intoxica- by the'yard.. Call before I a. m. or COTTAGE FOR RENT Reason- NIGHT WO 4-3891 iff WO 9DISTINCTIVE $

the dress revue, IS girls ers during construction of the tion bond of $27.50. after 4 p. m., Mon. thru FrL Harry Itp able. J. T. Quigley. Up chgd- WP. WIRE FLOWERS PUNTERS ANITWHERBtfchj
plant. WO 47215. ,
modeled dresses, blouses, skirts, :Abbott Weadell, running red Young FOR SALE Business-residential '
had made.: light forfeited bond of $12.50. fiberglass combination property at 217 E.
and they SALE' 14-foot
I aprons FOR INTRODUCTORYOFFER
Brownlee St, Starke, Fla. Contact
II Joel ,Hurwitz, running red light, fishing outfit with 71 HP motor.
I The 4-H Club program is directed County To 3-30 owner at (950 Rollo Road, Normandy
dtp
in Bradford County by Miss forfeited bond of $12.50. Shell\ Station Lawtey. Subdivision: Jacksonville, Fla.. or
phr" F4.1111./ : tf chg Engraved Business
Dorothy Ross, home demonstration John Ervell Diggs, Negro, running IT'S A FACT employee are entitledto I
agent. It is an educational 'stop sign, forfeited bond of Chiropractic care under Work- FOR REXT First floor apart Stationery
Pour Out BoozeContinued $27.50. mans Compensation Laws. Request ments. Close in desirable. Also house 500 Letterheads
program sponsored by the Agri- Chiropractic care and enjoy the for rent or sale. Very easy terms.
cultural Extension Service In cooperation I ,Henry Oscar Gill, Jr.. Negro, short route to recovery. 510 X. Cherry St. tfchg 500 Large Envelopes

$$1695 pal 1959 CHEVROLET with the Board' of [ from Page One] running stop sign forfeited bond N.Eollinger Walnut St.Chiropractic, Starke. Open Clinic Even-, 426 500 Business Cards
of; $12.50. S
for boys I "P FINEST ENGRAVING
Commissioners
ings.
County
2 Dr. Hard Top. Loaded. One les A. Darby says a diligent searchof Mary Scott I
,
Negro, ,
from 10 to 21 of vagrancy
and girls ears
Owner. the office has failed to turn up case dismissed. COLONIAL. FLORIST I ALL FOR 48.05
The 4-H [head,.heart hand t l I Starke.
age. an inventory In place it Only F. T, D. Florist in ,
any
and health] club nationwide j Mary Scott, Negro, public intoxication -I Flower wire. any place. Flowers Plate Included
.vould likely be kept. I| case dismissed. for all occasions locally. Phone I BRADFORD COUNTY
and extends to many parts of the WO 4-6231,606_ East Nona St. tfchc
The
present inventory, supplied
1960 PLYMOUTHFordor Lee. Allen, Negro, TELEGRAPHFOR
$$1495 world.: Its purpose is to build vx> the Commission by 'Sheriff I I conduct ,disorderly 1_
character and citizenship. by fighting, sentenced to FOR RENT-Famished apart
17,000 Miles. Clean. Reddish lists: .138 pints 237 half 15 days In jail or a fine of 7750. ments. Reasonable rates. Near RENT furnished'aj>t Light*
pints; 114 fifths; 15 hailp.nt bot- Lee Allen Chopping center. Phone WO '-%011or and water included $(S. Mo. 914 8.
f Negro, resisting ar- call at 213 S, Cherry St. (Shell Epperson St T. L. Klrch lne. tfchg
des [ ] 15 bottles
empty pint
;
NOTICE Office. ,
Oil Co.
$ 1958 PLYMOUTHSport 'I will not be responsible for any [empty]; 8 fifth bottles [empty]. tfehg: NEVER TOO LATE TO JOIN
$1295 EVENING CLASSES for adults. AD
debts made by other than Sheriff Reddish said thd whiskey W.CT.U. .
anyone FOR RENT 3 bedroom unfurnished subject Credit If wanted Write
Suburban Wagon. Air Cend., myself.-J. & Tomlinson. Dated I has been a "political football' house at SOt Clark St. See Bill Director, Pox 11'0, Starke. or call

V-8, Push Button, Radio, Heater, Power. Feb. 26, 196L 3tp 3/9 I and source of disturbancesince 1, The greatest sport in the world Graham. Alvarez Store. Itchg WO 4-2071 Office,, or USO visit BIdg.Adult for Education additional

its seizure in 1943 by the Ita to champion an unpopular cause Complete T"ee Service information. Negro adult

late Sheriff A- O. Andrex \\hn know HASTINGS MATTRESS contact principal RJE School.. tfchjf
YOU BUY THE BEST ; yon yoa're right. De-Mow-

$$995 ---1957 FORD V-8 WHEN YOU BUY here Reddish have conceded frequently that speculatedon citizens (The National" Voice). & 710 UPHOLSTERY Lemon St. PaUtka WORKS Pruning tag -. Cavity- Bracing Work -- Tree Re- WORTH THE TRIP?

moval Transplanting Mobile Homes ,.Always below
CONVERTIBLE. New Motor, New Top WestinghouseAppliances how much of the whiskey had Furniture 'Repaired Uphol, market and clean.
vanished through means other Sapp's Tree SurgeonsPETE ,

& TV than natural evaporation. "That'sone stcred &: Refinished SAPP. Owner LAKE GENEVA

At question I can't answer" he SEEStall Home :MATTRESSES REBUILTNew STARKE PHONE WO 4-395 TRAILER PARK
Our Volume You Money 1 ml SE of
Keystone Hts.
[
YES said "because no inventory was Innersprings For Expert Tree Surgery Can Our

North Florida'Supply given to me at the time I took Now: Bein; Constructed On and Box Spring Agent on Route 100

office. That's one of the big reasons Our Parking Lot.- Drop Us 'a Card or Can 224 N. Temple Phone WO 4-S96S FOR SALE t be4r.H Mek

I'm so happy, that the whiskey From Month PALATSA EA 5-9166 ....... Hariw' fU.,. .....tItsUTIa.
$40.00 COlE TAX SERVICE ......... Pails *m4 ..t-i4. Ba -
VISIT TERWILLEGAR MOTORS PHONE WO 4-2113 1sfthllygoing' to'be lestroyed. STARSK WO 45834MBS. Mondays thru Friday. after S p. m. ....e Pt| Pri4 t* ..II. 1US Pratt
AU Saturdays. St. Pk 8" WO,4-IUIl WO 44211.
day a r
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8HALLEB Starke
PEGGY
224 N. Temple., Ave BRADFORDBLDG p Charles Hutcheson S21 Pratt St. tfek*

Starke, Fla. THE BIGHT POINT- for the WO 4.1195 IJtchg 4-13 ,
TODAY SUPPLY1Lcan.StWOi5291 FOR RENT 2 bedroom furnished
"You Can Be 'Sore- way yon write. Come in and select I A."lTEDR.. N. or I* P. N. Nurse house. Modern convenience Central
favorite ESTEEBEOOEFotiutth LEARN TO FtY-Conttct Lacy Coo, for relief work. 4 days a week. heating. Kingsler Laka. Mrs. O. L.
/ Hit's Westiflghouse" jour ":.'.' ;.. t.'. ,-':_'. way, phone! WO 4-1051. tfcaj r Doctors Hospital tfibff Beasley, phone WO .un tfchgt.
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pecially important to us. The tree livestock feet: The grains of interest lif you have not bought your feed

.atV Let's Go is there now. You might as well to us are corn and sorghum. Florida 200 and Dixie 18 varieties
take care .of'it and get a return. A program will be in effect this
I This might be a good year for a season to cut down on grain pro- still top the list for a yellow corn.

CHURCH NEWS. toCardethig ond.RANC > crop of pecans. duction for this year. Grain pro- If you want a white\ com. Cokers

t Fertilizer for pecan trees can ducers will have an opportunity to 811 is on top. This Information .

1 vary in make-up.. A 6-12-12 is cut acreage about 20 per cent. is a little late for some because Ihave

I good. A few soil tests have showna Complete date for this program seen field corn already up
By JItney Sharpe need for 6-6-12 where the phosphate must be received in our ASC office -

Methodist Church At The Tabernacle"The Agricultural Extension Service was up a little. Nitrogen: by March 21. If you think this week.That's .

and potash are important. Grow- you might be interested just a
gardeners that
Many vow plant-
Schedule for week of March 12: Light of the :Work" ; was ,ing on a "growing moon" insures Hoggins ers with mature trees need at least little come by and talk to us before -

Sunday .-.;. Methodist Men's the theme of the morning mesage 'fast vegetable growth. Some claim 600 pounds and in most cases 800 that date. You will not be

Breakfast, 8:30: a. m. Church delivered at' the Gospel Taber- ,that planting field peas on a dark I County Agents to 1,000 pounds per acre would be obligated by giving this informa- : ,
School 9:45: a. m. Morning; Worship nacle last Sunday by the !sponsor, night prevents worms from eating better. If you use only 500 or 600 tion. A bird in the hand may be SEE.GAJUJF1NSt

11 a. m. Snack ,Supper for J. T. Quigley. Instrumental musicon the I pounds now how about putting worth two in the bush in this .
MYP. 6 p. nu Youth Meetings the harpapnone and piano wasa crop later. Others swear that 'Warm Weather Work I for some and just around the some more in June. Pecans can bea case. After March 21 you will Vwdwslltotet
6:30 sowing seed on a bright moonlight 1. By the time this makes print, corner for others. We have a paying ... ..
: p. m. Evening Worship) 7:30P. part of the program and com- crop. not be eligible this year.
night results in
m. A is at munion moonblindedpests strawberries will begin to come to number of local people with a DoCholera.. Program 11.1...ld/plBpkllp :
nursery provided was also observed. An
that starve.A town. Growers food supply of plants No While talking 'about field corn,
both services each Sunday. historical message was brought by are experiencingone use Your Bradford County Farm
few folks believe that black of the heaviest ? berriesin writing off for plants. Contact '
Monday Ministerial Associ- the sponsor at the evening ser- set o us Bureau joining with the state-
ation meets at Methodist Church vice. heart of turnips, carrots or ruta- history. We are waiting to see for reference to our locat .peoplein ganization in a proposed programto I I

10:30: a. m. A special program is bagas means that a bachelor; gar- how they are going to size-up and all parts of the. county wipe out hog cholera. GLASS Our Business
dener has
been hexed
planned with Mr. Goodman di- LATTEK DAY SAINTS maiden. But by a jilted mature. Prospects look mighty Varieties that 1 know' will be The Bradford Board of Direc- "If It's Glass We Have It"
regardless of
the
rector of Hope Haven Hospital in Services each Sunday in old gar- good right now. available tors met with the Union County
Hicks
dener's romantic failings, a few are 402, and Mc-. CALL WRITE or VISIT
Jacksonville as speaker The pub- Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sun- 2. Grass pastures are turning Nairs H2. Board and Legislators from each
lic is invited. day School 11L m. Sacramen' ounces of boron per acre prevents green. If you have not applied j county to discuss resolutions of
black centers in vegetables.This For most of our tobacco soils, Joe Peters Glass Co. :
Tuesday Wesleyan Service Service 6:30 p. m. Everyone we)- spring fertilizer it is time to PUtit interest to our district. Numberone
we need 4-8-12 fertilizer '
if it
spring, drop okra aced at or is '
Guild Unit One will meet at the come. on. A good grass fertilizer is a on the list was our Hog Cho-
chin height for tall 1 a tobacco mix it I will Have two
growing 10-10-10 for first : FOR ANY GLASS NEED V
home of Mrs. Helen Harley, 8 p. application. If lera eradication program This
m. Wesleyan Service Guild. Unit CHTJKCB OF GOD stalks that'll bear all summer. In you have a good stand of grass, percent magnesium not over group is in favor of doing all we We Design Modern Store Fronts

Two will meet in Fellowship Hall Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morn the fall, let go the seed at toe-nail i you will get good results with 400 two percent _chlorine. That little can to combat this disease in Just Mail Us A Pattern for

8 p. m. Mrs. Candis Hixon and ing Woraklo. 11 a. m. Sunday elevation for a short plant and pounds per acre. That Is just 40 extra nitrogen gets the plant off hogs Table Tops

Miss Mary Carol Bessent host- Evening Service. 7:45 p. m. TPB! plenty of okra before frost. pounds of nitrogen. to a good start. Surplus Grain Program
Service Wednesday, '7:45 m Checking these beliefs of the 3. Tobacco time 1313 N. W. 4th PI. Gainesville Fla. Phone FR 2-4353''
esses. Circle 4 will meet at the p. setting is here 4. Fruit and nut trees are ready Good farming over the nation I .
Prayer Frida past is one approach to spring
Meeting 7:45
home of Mrs. Drew Reddish 8 p. ) p. m .for fertilizer. Pecan trees are es- has resulted in surplus grain for
gardening, but for better luck
m. CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST _- ..
,
here few ---- -
HIWAY are a suggestions from r
Wednesday Family Night CHAPEL OF LATTER DAY SAINTS ,.- I .
t ASSEMBLY OF GODD. University of Florida garden V :V
supper and program in Fellowship
authorities: Eldre Fuller .
and Elder
Hall: 6:30: p. m. P. Burgess Pastor First, check to see if you have :son of the Church of Jesus Gunder-Christof I '. \
THE CHURCH FOR ALL ALL FOR THE CIIURCHrViVjVVVFI
Thursday Prayer Group Sunday School, 9:45: a. m. a real case of "garden fever." I Latter Day Saints have been -.
meets in Ladies Classroom 9:30a.
: Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Even-
Make with the spade or plow in assigned to explain its teachingsto
m. Chancel Choir rehearsal, gelistic Service, 7:30: p. m. Weduesday -
soil preparation. If this sweat-of- the people of the Starke area. .:.
7:30: p. m. Sub-District meeting of weekly prayer service, 7:45
the-brow labor doesn't cool i
your Appointmens may be made by
'
MYF at Lake Butler.PENTECOSTAL ,
HIGHLAND enthusiasm, then it's safe to pur- calling WO 44192.

HOLINESS BAPTIST CHURCH chase seed, fertilizer and other The church meets in the Ma-

CHURCH garden supplies. :sonic Hall on Call Street ac 10:30a. : ,
Sunday School ":45: Prepare the ground well before '.. .
' Aunday School, it a. m.; Morn : a. m. I m. and 6:30: p. m. each Sunday. :
Morning Worship 11 a. m. and planting. Turn the soil 6 to 8 Inches i i 1: d i i i
Ing Worship 11 a. m.: Evangeliatic
services. 7SO o. m. 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting each deep, following by harrowing I ,.,

"Come, let us reason together." Wednesday, 7:30: p. m. -. Rev. or raking to give the plant bed a 1 were Dade and Barbara Bradley, i y

George Chasm pastor. Everybody good texture and prevent it Anne and Merle Packham Jr., I '

BETHEL MISSIONARY welcome. from drying out. Mary Lou Gnann and Marcia

BAPTIST CIIURCU For convenience select a garden Griffis and Sidney Griffin Jr. -' .

Sunday School. 10 a. m. Mom- MISSIONARY BAPTIST spot near the house where you Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Gnann and

Ing Worship, 11 a. m. Training Sunday School 9:45: am. Morn- may irrigate in case of dought. A children: and their niece Jan ': -. ..
: "
Union, 6:30: p. m. Evening Ser- ng V7crshlp 11 a.m. Evening semi-shaded location helps during :Searle, attended the Azalea Festi ';. -

vice, 8 p. m. Prayer Meeting each Service 7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting hot, dry weather. 1 val parade in Palatka last Satur- ". ; .

Wednesday, 8 p. m. Everyone wel- each Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Every. Size of garden depends on space I day. Mr. Gnann rode with the

come.-Rev. R. L. Lee, pastor. one welcome.-Key. H. H. Mott, available. To supply vegetables :Sheriff's Posse in the parade.
pastor. for one person for a year, aim for Mrs. James H. Breeden Mrs. E. BUILT

MADISON STREET BAPTIST 1-20 acre per person. This allows :E. Triest, and Mrs. J. D. Griffis : > ..
for and for later attended the executive meeting of \
canning freezing :
900 Block W. Madison St. HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH \
Hampton Elementary School PTA gar
School Jim Lawwson ON
Sunlay 9:45:
Sunday Sunday School 10a. use.Vegetables: produce better if II Thursday afternoon.
Superintendent. I :' ;
m.. Morning mesage 11 a. m. plant nutrients are applied in .
Morning Worship, 11:00. tI > ':!:
Training Union 7 Evening ;. tTh f ;;;.{
p. m. bands. Do this before planting. .
Training Union 6:15: Jim Harden : :.o>..:.:' : Stt.: ;?:::::.I:
Director. message 8 p. m. Sprinkle the fertilizer in lurrows [>I:: :.r: no\] 7

Evening Worship, 7:30.: Monday Bible Joy Club 4 about two inches below and two ,:..f".,. ::.,: ": .
to 5 p. m.Wednesday. Inches to the side of the planting jl'
Wednesday, Prayer Meeting .o > .
Meeting .
7:30.: Prayer : '..
7:30: p. m. Choir Practice 8:30p. : row.Use a fertilizer containing Yon can trust ) '4W 4 '. ,.-ioJ'.'

m., Pastor: Merle Packham.. nitrogen, phosphorus and potas- I .

sium-known as NPK. On sandy

m SOUTHSIDE CHURCH OF soil apply one-third pound of this low p oed 2 : ,

: CHRIST 6-8-6 [NPKI per 10-foot low. .. : .
e 3 3 Mi. S. on 301. On muck apply one-sixth pound .ii.-- ..... :.'. ; 'l. '

Sunday Bible Classes 10 a: foo\- ,. .!.
0-12-20"mbtture i per .10- 'W* .. f"ji
m.; Assembly Worship with theLord's -,. fTHE .. .... ''-
row. If possible, use fertilizer con- 3-T '. -; .',:-" f"Ftt'f j
Supper, 11 a. m.; Evening taining small amounts of minor ; ALL CHURCH FOR'THE FOR CHURCH ALL .. :._'<;"

Assembly Worship, 6:30: p. m. food elements such as manganese
Wednesday -'Bible Glasses Tfce OMN& it. ....... factor. .. ." f",..
sulfate, borax and copper. ... .
,
7:30 m.FAITH. NYLONM arrtg. foe i... el cUrlelet sad '
: p. for crooked rows is
The excuse .
,
good citurtiltip. kit. derdMiM of ."
more'plants Is this Hghthontt built oh "sand! S ,,,, ,,
that you can set per '_ .. IpUihlal..rWiw*..zit Qtrck. .
BAPTIST CHURCH f lOt! All at its base ia sand. .
can see V
i row. But remember, straight rows Midi r draMcmy MT eiiiitiiM cu you ,

I F. Massey.LawteyA. Pastor are attractive and make cultivation : ain w. TWt lit (te w.4114 ree>oa Actually this towering structure is buh{ oa '
insect control and harvesting : why" vefy penis aI.ouJd tlkft. Krricc rock. Underneath these dunes of sand is a rocky I.. ..
Bible schOOl I'l' *. ro. easier. '. ,egub ..J ram A* Qvrck. TajieV ledge; firm and enduring. The sand may M
II Preaching, 11 a. m. to .V i i (1)I For U owl uU. (2) For buttk. carried away by sea or wind, but this lighthouse
"If unable ; ght. a
are .
Evening Service, 1:3() p m. you ; chiJdra' ()) For die lake of kMiioa. will stand secure. There's a rock a firm foundation
I Bible Study and Prayer Meet straight row,use stakes, string anda COIHIM IJ'.r ((4) For A* like underneath!

Ing. 7:30 pm.. Wednesday.MITCHELL'S. yardsick. Stretch the cord between .r.. ... of lilt O i* fcetf. wfckfc -& .U. Some people look at the Church tad lee 0DtI
two stakes; While the cordis .. oral! a4 Mtenal tuppori.' PU to |Oto
= : sand. They see the shifting snds--of euatom-
Rev. L. .A. McGee in place, use a hoe handle to duwcb rrtiltrfr MJ tad yow Bible and fashion-and passing personalities piN 'ua .

make the furrows for large seeds. 4i I and wash away around the Church. "Why is R

Welcomes each and everyone "Family Footwear Specialist" Planting depth is important. In '; still standing?" they ask-for they see only a& 4.
n., W T_
to worship with us at Jarman Shoes for Men moist soil cover small seed suchas CUptw The Church would hare fallen long ago ftII '

Heilbronn Church, and to S Jarman Jr. for Boys mustard less than one-half ; fiwdw Monday; Matthew = 2MO SUM it built on anything so fickle as fashion, 10 casual

hear him at 5:45 till 6 : Rhythm Step, Vitality for Ladies inch deep. Cover mediumsizedseed ]'IeDI Matthew n 1.:3 as custom, so impermanent as mere people. The
pun I' Wed.IeIdIr Mtttte 24-U- i Church is built on rock firm and enduring. U
Orthopedic Shoes for InfantsOn such as radishes no more tj .
every Sunday( over WRGR Taunt* Mark : will stand for all tea
The Square Gainesville Fla than three-fourths inch deep, and r M ik I seas: secure ages, shedding light V
.. ikWider Meat a I.U imparting strength to all who are guided by H. .
cover large seed such as beans It stands on the "Rock of Ages," the divine per ,
from 1 to 2 inches deep. Just another nylon &e, tdCoodear' VV S sonality of Jesus Christ and His message of hoe

Prior to planting treat'seed to exclusive 3-T Mpfe ... +. for all mankind. ;";.. .

THIS WEEK'S prevent decay and other ailments.It tempered nylon with extra ..;. .
coprriPat IISI,Kiltttt Adv.S mc..SffM&4tf&*.
takes only a couple of minutesto strength and safety I .
treat a packet of seeds. All you % c4i4Iw1*"%

do is tear off a corner of the .. .
G'u t bte fd ...
packet, toss, in a small p'nch of : ;% i'rivHY4.7t1S:1'frN.ivl:: ::Qin9V74; '+>,';..Ni-- W :' w -,:' :::J

seed protectant such as Spergon, : .-- }.5.. :M-. -.ntJts. ._-. ,
Arasan or Semesan and mix the F. These Vital Messages Sponsored As A Public Service '

chemical with the seeds by shak- Road Hazard Guarantee I .!

ing the packet.T AM new Goodyear auto .

t TT T, f tires are guaranteed by .

'WED., THURS., FRI. And SAT. ONLY : normal written road certificate hazards against Le t GASOLINE JOHN A TORODE GREASE _
THERESSA ,
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CASH AND CARRY blowouts,, fabric breaks, .. FUEL OIL DISTRIBUTOR FOB V KEROSENE'LUBRICA140N .
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By Ruth Griffis cub-except repairable I .
I . IINERAL'
A AAAA AAAAAAAAA ALA LA punctures. Guarantee limited .. : ; .*' .
Sheet Rock to original owner for \ ; OILS SPIRITS. ,
Mrs. Ben C. Powell of. Miami is
Dumber months specified. .
visiting her brother-in law and '
sister Mr.. and Mrs. E. S- SIbley. Any Goodyear dealer will I I :-.i .' e -- INSECTICIDES
FIRESTONE TIRES .
4'x8'x3-8" $ Mr. and Mrs. Barney Brinson repair without charge, or : i .'

15 had as guests last Sunday afternoon make allowance on a new I 9Starkc

PER, SHEET Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Wil- tire based on original treed FOR KEROSENE OR FUEL OIL

liams of Hampton, and Rev. and ,
Mrs. Carl Clark of Gainesville.Rev. depth renaming and car- Madison and Cherry St. PHONE \\'0 9-2011 FIa.

TUNG TEX-INT. or EXT.Latex: Base .. Clark pastor of. the Hamp- tea* 'Goodyear Price" I .
ton Christian Church.
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Wall Paint (White Only) THIS WEEK Mrs. L. K. Childs and grand- 95u I .

UNCONDITIONALLY daughter, Susan and Mrs, Dan ]'2. III
GUY :ANDREWS GIB BROWN'SService
GUARANTEED GAL. $3.55' Loper and son Kenny, were in Pa- V '

latka Wednesday of last week and Iowu ,.
Monday of this week.. pint tax and'%:'... '. Real Estate WESTERN AUTO \
LOANS AVAILABLE To.Paint. Add' Mr. and Mrs. Ernest E. Triest lira off row ear.O .

A Room Any Remodeling -' Improve and children spent the weekend at MONEY DOWN Associate Store
their cabin at Salt Springs. Rev., with your old tire
ments. FREE Estimates. Labor. And Materials and Mrs. Packham and children i ,L.) I 1'ERVVII.LEGARMOTORS

visited them there Saturday.. GOODliEAltIIORf Denmark Furniture Co.
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To
Up 36 Months To Pay. $10.00 Mr. and Mrs.. James A. Gnann
PEOPLE RIDE Oft( GOODYEAR I ,
Per Month. had as dinner .guests Wednesdayevening I --
aRES'
THAN ON ANY OTHER _
CALL US FOR INFORMATION his mother Mrs. Minnie Of Starke ::. .. Your Authorized Ford Desks
Gnann. and Mr. and Mrs, Brook- GEMJEWELRY

ner Coleman of Gainesville.. Mr. GOODMAN'SService

and Mrs. Boy Gnann and Mr. and "
STAKE BUILDERS SUPPLIESPhone
Mrs. Carroll Gnann and childrenof ,)I. Enwaxns'Grocery Bradford County'Telegraph
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Station
WO 4-4201 Starkc, Fla. Winter Haven-, ,
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Among .those, attending Home? _
Complete Builders Service coming services last Sunday i at SEEBER D. GOODMAN

Heilbronn Springs Baptist Church U. S. 301 South City LJts

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'' .. J. KEYStONE HEIGHTS, MELROSE, FLORAHOME.AND. LAKE GENEVA. ,

PAGE EIGHT' .
STARKE. FLORIDA THURSDAY, MAKCH' 9, 1961 .. ..c \
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Girl Scout Week TTTT T T' TYTYTTTTYY1 with.. .her brother-in-law( Lester
; man, Melrose three. daughters,;! TR[ PAL
KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS: ,WilT Be Observed W.. Neefus:;, before: going to Mt.I I'Mrs': W. George' Crago, Duluth, 'W.nyl
I MELROSK
I : MELROSE Dora fora"stay \ j[,Mrs.. Stewart McGinty, Atlanta I CHCJtCB, 1 ,

'' By KeystoneMelroseBrownies l I A birthday party was held for i and Ruth Berkelman, Melrose I I I Sundays -- 10, i*. m., Church
B/Mary K. Schaeffer 4By Airs. Alice Rothhammer Miss Doris Ford to celebrate her,.and two sons, Charles F. Berkelman IMorninV -

J.J..t. J. to .. to ..'.. A A A & & .'.. .. .'. ., ., ',' .'.- , .' _. ,and Girl Scout in the 17th birthday March' 5. The :: Duluth and Phillip W.: School. llria; aim, \ Pray-
----------AAaA." a. -- AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.f:30 I Keystone-Mehose Neighborhoodare f '" -J.J.. J.J. i i, c, & party was held at the home of her j 1! Berkelman, Atlanta. eV and Sermon f flPirsf t Sunday.. ,

STOAT'S FOE, THIS WEEK '': p. m. opening' the ,annual celebration ,Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gardell of parents; Mr.: and Mrs. Carl Ford. I t Holy Communion, ,). 0 'p.m. .Episcopal -

Today:' March 9: March 13, Monday: I of Girl Scout Week by attending .. Miami and New Smyrna Beach I I On Thursday, Mrs. Clarence Faith Presbyterian Young. "Qhurclun. .. n. .

[Duplicate Bridge". duty-,- Section Community Church Women's f in uniform the, churches ..... have? been visiting Mr. and Mrs.I I Holden entertained members of I Church, Mdrse I Holy .Days ,_' 1t. ,&. m..' Holy
n, 10"a. m.lCommunity. Circles meet, afternoon and even- of their choice on Girl.Scout Sunday Lester W. Neefus. r the Coral Bells Circle of the' Pa' Sunday services-Churcn ,

Church Choir Prac- ", Mardi 12, the 49th anniversary __Ralph Moore spent the week inTal1ahass latka Garden Club at' the home j I 9:-ij a.ui. Morning 8:1t001.//, Communion: i

tice, 1:30WomaChu,psm. .' ing.Girl Scout Troop 147, Melrose of Girl Scouts of,, America. ... of Mrs, Clarence Holden, Sr. in a.m. Rev. James R. Neale Jr., pas-. The ReV Millard" H. BrejiogW,
-
's Spring Fashion The following"churches In the Palatka.. tor. Vi 1
Parish House, after school. Elcie Z. Dees of Branford spenta ar. \
Show, 8 p..'m '\'woman's Club. area will have representatives pre- a. days with his ,brother-in- B.9b. Scully and Bunyon Kelley i '
Art Class at Dot Newman's 7 p.: Ji
McKay's Woman's' team bowls sl'nt'at'' the morning Services: Ga- 1 law,,31x1 sister, Mr. and M s. Bun- attended. the Daytona Auto Races. "1 : .. -1
in Palatka this'evening,.9'p., m.March m. dara Church in the'McRae settlement H ,...........,..,'.".0:L..."'.. '.'' > yon\Kelley. The Cub Scouts of Den Four I "
'i" '
'10, 'Friday/ Lions' Club Dinner Meeting. ;' Hope Baptist Church, :-- : : Miss Linda Williams celebrated Pack 129., Melrose, completed their I' ZIKE DECORAHNG: SHOP! ,

Chen b"aiid';Carol.Choirs, Practice Teen-agers' Instruction, St. Thefessa; Parari .Church Grand-: her 17 birthday March 7.Maxie charter year this month. Theiryear's '
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; First;Baptist-Church; 3:15:: p. Williams', 6:45: p. m. in;; First Baptist Church., Keystone : King, Rita Tiller, Margaret activities have included -"i"r A"In '

m. ,Den 1 of Cub Scouts'St., Anne's, Heights. '; 'Ellani Baptist' : Slade; .and! Virginja' Ford,, projects in planting and harvest- I Wiggins Building Keystone. HeughttfOUHfiMUIMt '
Rotary Luncheon Meeting, 12:15: after school. .* Melrose;; Trinity' >EPiscopal, Mel spent the weekend in South Caroling 'ins peanuts,'forging metals WOOd- I. \ "
Noon. rose; St.. Anne's Episcopal Keystone .craft, instruction in horseback, *
'
GIrl'' S ol1t' Troop1190.!: ( ,after Lecture CAP Seniors onlStamp, 7:30:'Collecting. at .Sky, tel.at Heights; St.. William's Keystone Miss Lane. JacksonTo i and friends.,with Miss ,Till relatives ,:riding, ,and study of Indian lore.They <[{J PDH!> PAINTS AND; .\ : :, I

school, St. Anne's Parish House. Heights; Community Wed Mrs. w; P. GUess of Stevenson" :have} made, trips to Gainesville i ii
: C1 ufth. Keystone Larry CooperIn '' .......... PAINTING AIDS
Webelos Scout Den meeting, 8:30.CAP : Heights: and Ala..spent. the weekend with, her toinclude, 'Visits to theAn- "

6:30-7:30: : St. Anne's Parish Cadets, 7:30 p. m.,,at Sky- Faith Presbyterian, between Key- Keystone Church. brother-in-law\ ; and sister Mf..... and. imal Shelter; City Waterworks i
House. tel. stone Heights and Melrpse.() : Mrs'M. Robinson.l and:.Sewage Disposal plan, U. F. .I

Boy Scout Troop 105 meeting, Meeting of Community Church The first Girl Scout Troop in Miss, Hilda Lane Jacksop, ]Mr, -and Mrs. R' F. Simmons Museum, the Science !Fair and' Wall Paper., Samples \,

'7:30: St. Anne's Parish House. Board of Stewards, postponed until America' was organized by Juliette! daughter of Capt. and Mrs. RobertC. f and Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Smith of local points; of interest including ,

Community Church Young' Peo- Mar. 20, at 7 p.' m." Low in Savannah., Ga., on. March- -. Jackson of Keystone Heights.:! Gainesville attended the BanquetHom.ecomlnr the Fat and Near Ranch and Col. We Do and ,

ple's Dance 7:30-10:30: in edu- Stations of the Cross, St. Wil- 12, 1912. will wed Larry Frank Cooper, sob ... honoring the president Pearsall's: Museum of Indian Arti- Papering PaintingFREE

cational bldg.DuPont liam's 7:30: p., m. i of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Di: I of 'The Rebeccas held inJaeKsonYilte1 facts.1,They appreciate the efforts

Bowling LeagUe, 7 p. m., St. William's Choir Practice, Cooper at 8 p. m. Saturday ] Saturday. and interest of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Estimates Rhone ,Keystone,4505ti. ";, .
Gainesville, l after Stations of the creSol. St. Anne's Parish": House. March 18, in St. Anne's Episcopal Mr. and 'Mrs. Cecil Moore of Seykora; Colonel Pearsall and r t

Duplicate Bridge Club SectionI March 14, Tuesday:' Adult Choir Practice-' Firrt Bap- Church. A reception will be heldin \\VilUston:'visited Mr. and Mrs. R. others who. have, contributed to iMcKay

Woman's Club 8 p. m.. General Meeting of WMU,. First tist Church, 8:15: p. m. the parish house after j he .|!: Cason'last'week the success of this year in Cub I"

March 11, Saturday: Baptist Church. March 16. Thursday' : ceremony.No Eddie Joe and Randy Wain- Scouting.: At Keystone

Walker's Service Station Team Woman's Club Business ,Meet- No school today;; teachers go to invitations are being sent! wright spent the weekend with Members and friends of the

bowls in Boys' Leagued Palatka, ing, 2 p'm.Brownie PEA meeting. All friends and relatives of : ?,aunt! aM' under; Mff aTfd" Mejrose Methodist Church enjoyed -
10 a. m.Local. a. Troop 229. meets after Community Church Women's couple are invited to attend .tbeM>s. Blinybn 'Kelley.Mr. & fine evening of fellowship at BEDFORD LAKE good lots, good'road, good beach

team bowls in Girls' Lea- school. St. William's Hall. Annual Silver Tea 2 p. m. wedding and reception. arr
gue, Palatka 1 p. =n. Cub Scout Den 3, meets after Girl Scouts gQ to Juniper! Tallahassee spent Sunda? with 26. The "Wi liston:Harmoneers" of 1 ,

Catechism for grades 1-6, St. school, St. Anne Parish House. Springs for camp-put. 'Mr.. and' Mrs:: Ralph Moore and Williston: kept, an appreciative. ., : ,
William's Church 10-11 Community Church Choir Prac- fatrifhr 'i audience captivated for more than c
a. m. First Aid Class 7:30: at Fire
the of the 7th through
March 12 Sunday: [4th Sun House; final examination. tice; 7:30: p. m.McKay's age school grade to : "Mr. and Mrs. Clarence C. Hold: an hour.;. Hashdl:Hardee of Bron- BEDFORD LAKE Retirement home near town, pret- t
day In Lent City Council Meeting, City Hall. Women's Bowlers compete high are urged putton en' and children spent the weekefttTln son; Jed the,congregation 'in sing-
their green neckties, or ty lakefront, fireplace, guest cottage, stone BarB-Que-
greet}
in
League, Palatka, 3 '
m. : of time In
Attend the church of your faith Masonic Lodge Meeting p- m. p. dresses : Crescent City with Mr. ing old Gospel Sengs. "
and out for
come .a
Be on time. See notices elcswherein Masonic Hall. Mr. Bamford Honored :and Mrs.' Emorjr S.: Martin'-: the capacity crowd were many $10,250. .
thoroughly enjoyable evening.
this paper. Men's Bowling League in Pa- Arthur Bamford'was the guestof Paid Your Taxes Yet? ; Mr. and'Mrs.. CarT Ford and frfends from Bronson. '
6t William's Choir Practice, 12 latka, featuring three loca teams: honor at a come-and-go birth- it daughters' spent the? weekend "'fn The winners' of the Duplicate
Sara McDonald wants
Mrs.
Noon-l:30: p. m. Redfearn's Belote's, and O'Con- day party given for him by his known that all city taxes are due I |'Orlando with'Mr. and" MrS: John Bridge Club included: First place, i S. E. McKAY REALTOR

First Baptist Church Concord; nor's.March wife their on home Saturday in Lake Geneva.March 4, at before March 31, after which date S' -. Kirs' Alice Ketchum and Mrs. t /._._. __ \ t .-. '.. .
Choir 6 p. m. [Practice] 15 Wednesday: It was George Alderman and Mrs. George Phelps. Second plate, Mrs. '

E. Y. C., at St. Anne's, 6:30: p. Home Demonstration Club his was 73rd a surprise.birthday, and th2 party cent they added.will' be Mrs.delinquent McDonald ana is 5 City per Sleety:Kelley visited friends and Mary Cook and Miss Sam Mans- Associates Mrs. M. Hgen &. I.: Srault 1 ,

meets 10 a. m. Clay Electrc.! Tax Collector! relatives in Branford. recently., field. Third place, Mrs Dorothy
m.Lenten The following friends ; ; Keystone Heights Phone 3071, 2391 & 4151
Devotions', St. called to Mr. and Mrs.. Scully and .Mrs"' : Paley Boyd and
Anne's Cub Scouts Den 2, after school, Rummage Sale Announcement Oyl