Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 16, 1961
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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 )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Julian C. Yonge

U. of Fla. Library History

R.urt Gainesville Fla.BRADFORD .

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Official County Publication Established In 1879

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Tii : State AttorneyAlleges I SHERIFF STYMIED %Vorkflegins


I Obscene :, .. Investigation Probes On Buying 301Riglitofffay

: I Magazines Sold : : Into Brown's Death

Action against the sale of allegedly Work started Monday on securing -

obscene magazines on a right-of-way deeds on 149

Starke newsstand was started parcels of land, including borrow
An investigation I pulled back to the Michigan : Brown, farmer and
a a i I
-I Tuesday by State Attorney T. E. pits and ditches, for U. S. 301
of Wm. T. ITobel Ranch. Griffis said he World War I
I thought II, was a memberof
Duncan.In .
A pine tree brought this Chevrolet Impala to 31 rs. J. 31. Smith, was being driven by their son, ':, Starke, whose body Brown was in the car and Bell the Baptist Church. His par- 1 four-lanlng project from Call
a suit naming Edward in
J. Street Starke to the Alachua
I an abrupt halt in a deep ditch off State Road 230 Bob, when it left the highway, and travelled a distance Dahmer of Dahmer's Gift Shopas i about 11 p.m. Saturday thought the man was in the ents were the late William and I County line. ,

Tuesday afternoon. The car, belonging to Mr. and, of 500 yards before being stopped. vendor, and Hicks News Agency. !i. graded road just off truck. But when they got backto Mary Tanner Brown.He L. O. Hazen, State Road Department
miles south of the Ranch Brown was missing. is survived by three brothers
Inc. of Ocala I
distributor officer
as right-of-way ,
I, \ Bob Smith Wrecks Car In Freak AccidentBob can asked Circuit Court Dun-I I Michigan Ranch, is I Reddish stated that Brown's Lacy and Clyde Brown of Starke said that the department had em
ed by the Bradford body was found .4 and Wilmot Brown
of Raiford, and John
declaratory decree putting the ployed Ellis and Paul Carterto

Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. : Starke when the mishap occurred .tently put his foot on the gas pedal obscene label on 14 magazices cur- iffs office. mile from whtre the truck ran two sisters, Mrs. Rachel Thomas secure the deeds from owners.It .

J. M. Smith owners or Starke :, about 2 p.m. The 18-year-old I sending the car on its wild rently on sale here. Chief Deputy out of gas. A piece of grill from and Mrs. Mary Klondes, both of I .Is expected that about 45 days

Cleaners &' Laundry, was the victim !. youth said he thought he was goIng journey through the woods, Purchases of the magazines, said Monday that Griffis' truck and a rubbei boot Starke. will be required: for 'this phase

of a freak accident Tuesday to hit a concrete bridge and State Highway Patrolman Wil- which are being held for evidence, first found by a belonging to Griffis were found Services were held in the Hope I of the work. Court.action on .par-

afternoon when his car tan off I I.had laid down in the seat to lessen -: were made by the sheriff's office. who reported it to with the body, he said. Ueddish Baptist Church in Theressa Wednesday eels that have tobe: condemnedwill

the road through a ditch and I the shock of the impact. I liam Quillin said damage to thecar The action here is similar to that manager of the \ also said two witnesses reported afternoon with Rev. Merle be started later. '

fence and came to rest against a The car, instead of hitting the would probably amount to taken by Duncan recently against The girls' car was seeing what they thought was a Packham and Rev. Richard Lee I Governor Farrls[Bryant has announced

pine tree. bridge. continued on past though I $450. The youth was pulled from I several newstands and distributorsin slight accident while pile of trash in the roau about officiating. Burial followed the that no contracts for

Smith. knocked unconscious but it was veering to the left. When! the car unconscious and taken to Gainesville. panied them back to 11 o'clock. The death was not reported church cemetery under the direction primary road construction can be

otherwise unhurt, was driving no impact occurred Smith said, the Bradford County Hospital but In his petition Duncan alleges check the body. In to the sheriff's office until of DeWitt C. Jones Funeral:. let before next July due to shortage -

east on SB 230 two miles/ east of he raised up to look and Inadver- was released Wednesday. i that the 14 magazines named are time two young men, midnight. Home of Starke. .I of funds. There is no 'assuriance -

obscene but states he is unable to of Starke and Calvin at present that the 301 contract

proceed with prosecution withouta State Farm. Drowning Victim I wilt be let, even then.
Cancer Society I Abril Padgett Charged and reported It to the .
court writ declaring them ob-, i '

scene. This is due to the fact that partment. .

Soon To Begin Brooker Man Bound To Grand Jury most second or all class of the mailing publicationshave privil- on Reddish the body said stated an Rites For Jimmy Malone Bishops Sell

Funds DriveThe and the law to obscene caused by "numerous
eges pertaining Held Afternoon
literature does "not apply to juries, including .I Tuesday Controlling Share
Shotgun Slaying Of Co-Worker any periodical or other printed caused by being I _
Bradford County Cancer I blunt wide object Funeral services were held
Society will launch its annual cru matter having U. S. second class able force." Lie !! Tuesday for Curtis James Malone !
I mailing privileges, periodical Phone
or any : Company
sade March 27 in an effort to i I A preliminary hearing in :, were employees at Sunland Training or printed matter which maybe two suspects Tuesday I f Jr., 17-year-old Starke youth and

raise $2,000 to support the three- $I Gainesville I Wednesday saw a 47- !! Center where Bracewell's legally sent through the U. S. elusive, the deputy Bradford High School senior who
point program of the American ;widow also works.Investigators I According to drowned in Big Santa Fe Lake
)year-old Brooker man Abril Z. !mail, until such time as such periodical !- Announcement was nude yesterday -
Cancer Society which consists: of I said that Padgett Starke man being held after falling from a speeding boat.
|Padgett bound to or printed matter has been of the sale of controlling
over a grand
research, education, and serviceto I had trailed his wife to Gainesvilleand tion with the death, he Malone and his fishing comanion -
interest of! stock in the &'T
j'determined by a court 01 competent 8tark I-
patients of the disease. I jury and held without bond on followed her into the woods jurisdiction of this State to(left the.Michigan of several years, 16yearoldMike I ephone Company to Independent

Publicity Chairman Hugh B.j charges of slaying a co-worker where she was to meet BracewelL Pearl Raines1 home Darby, also of Starke, were II Telephone Corporation 'of Florida
be obscene. ,
Ingram said Tuesday that t1community Thursday night. March 9, State Padgett killed Bracewell with ward's road in Griffis' I!(i starting home from a fish'ng trip 1 I a wholly owned
The sheriff's office said that _ subsidiary of Independent
is pledged to raise Atty Ted Duncan said. either two or three shots from a pulpwood truck. The !) last Saturday when the accident
I Dahmer who resides in Jacksonville Telephone Corporationof
$2,000 but last year raised only Padgett is charged with firstI 16-guage shotgun as Bracewell out of gas on the way I|i occurred about 11 a. m. in the Dryden N. Y.
had been served with a summons ;
$1,400. Besides supporting the national -I degree murder In the of the southwest portion of the
kU'ing stepped from his car, investigators I j Thursday. He will !ce given walked back to I i large W Bradford Harrison vice pres-
-socIety's three-point pro- Douglas H. Bracewell 48. as he fuel from Bell. lake. The two boys had been fishing ident of the
{120 of to parent
said.Padgett days after date service corporation,
gram, he said the local group will was meeting Padgett's wife Myr- then asked two small Instead of sending I in a cove at the southern end said that H. A.. Jr.
file an answer. Bishop. presider17.Telephone -
also provide cancer patients with tice, 35, in a wooded area off the boys who lived nearby to notify I J. C. Myrick who of the lake and caught a small i Co.. will

free hospital beds and wheel Hawthorne Road outside Gaines- the Alachua County sheriff's of- Ranch, accompanied !i perch which they hung on a remain
as .
chairs. !yille. All three of the prndpalsi fice. 'j Revival Set At to the truck in Bell's I*''smnger.oyer! -\.1 fJJd; e_Of.their 14- manager. Operating president .and general of

Anyone can obtain these services -. _____ ___ ____________ __ i! Pine Grove Church truck was hitched to I I foot I plywbo&'boat, powered by a company will ,remain polcies the| -ame.the it

through the education committee CorrectionCity t 15-horse motor. ,was said, and personnel will 'be
of the Bradford In- Teachers I Blanding Since Darby had to be home
group Attend Revival services will be conducted by .. unchanged with the 'exception of
gram said. Programs an.i films Majrch 25 through April 2 at noon the two boys headed under Mrs. W. C. has
Attorney Arch Thomas Jr. City Bowling Powell ww resigned -
have also been presented to civic, full throttle, back lake '
the Pine Grove Congregational across the Jimmy Malone from the office staff;
I informed The'Telegraph that his -
traternal and" educational groups: ,FEA Convention '!statement concerning.the pioposed Methodist Church two miles Blanding's toward the residence: of Dr.- 0.'I* Bishop sald! that cc was! well

; the publicity director said. I ;I new city-county recreation site northeast of Raiford. Homecoming. n does continued to Haynes Jr. on Lit-tle'Santa' Fe Curtis James.Malone 'Sr. Pleased with the neW s.et-up which
Carl Johns Sr. is the' over-all will be held Sunday, April 2.Andrew .- in where they had launched their 'Other survivors Include the maternal -
first and second insures the
near Crosby Lake Cemetery was I company the necessary
chairman of this year's fund raising boat which belonged to Malone's grandparents.Mr and Mrs.
In Varnes pastor. into improvement!
Jacksonville I quoted incorrectly. The statement standings going Archie Morrison of Sopchoppy. capital and cOntinued -
said. The 1961 father.
drive Il1o"11lm
read, "Thomas suggested that i week of the season. 'expansion. He'SaIG.1n effect -
drive will be launched March 27 I The accident occured about and paternal grandparents, Mr.
i! the city or county obtain title to Freeman Register, Jr. canes beat Noegel's a the personnel 'of the' Starke
when Norman Willis will contact Bradford County schools turned mile and a half from Buddy'sLanding and Mrs. W. E. Malone of Mac-
(the proposed recreation site but 2865 to 2785. while company have Joined ,forces with
selected individuals out two days this week Elected PresidentOf the west shore of the clenny. ,
50 specially early so on
does took a forfeit ITO to continue '
]that both would first have to put I : giving \\0; flight
Services in the First
have been asked to contribute big lake. Malone were
who their teachers could attend the the proposition to a vote of the Rotary Club !elry. was operatingthe service to the customers ,served! by
Methodist Church after-
$20 each. On the same da, H. A. kicker with Darby, son of Tuesday '
Florida Education Association: freeholders." I George Winkler had the facility. ..
[Buddy] Bishop will request' perSons Bradford County Clerk Charles noon with Rev. Herman Boyette, t
Freeman Register Jr., local oil
of the night Harrison said that ITC
i Convention in Jacksonville Thurs- I In reality Thomas seated that game operates
in industry, in plant solicitation Darby, in the front seat. Tbe Dar- pastor, and ,Rev. J. H. Mabry,
distributor elected was followed by L. H. small in1 five
i the Recreation Board is incom- was presidentof telephone companies
to donate funds. day through Saturday. by noticed the small fish, pastor of the Madison Street Bap-
I petent to hold title to the property the Starke Rotary Club at the Sidney Jackson, both youth states New :York, Michigan,
On April 3-4 Julian McRae, Included in the 10,000 teachers, caught earlier bouncing along beside tist Church officiating. Burial followed
i in its own name. He, instead, advised annual election held Wednesday.New Townsend in the Crosby Lake Ceme- New Jersey, West Virginia and
Starke insurance man. wilT con- principals and administrators attending directors elected at the for the high the boatAccording Florida. The Starke is
that title to the property be company
tact, small business and "on the I the convention will be 15 i said, that neither the city nor the same time were Tom Casey, R. E. and D. A. Jones 'Of'I to Mike, he swung tery under direction of DeWitt C. Its first acquisition in Florida.
of April 10 Mrs. H. V. his legs the seat to backto Jones Funeral Home of Starke.
night Bradford County teachers who or in both. He next advised, he Edmondson S. L. Peek Jr., Jack second high. over go Active Marion The Starke Telephone CO. was
pallbearers were
Knight and Mrs. Clyde Tc-rwille-i I Team standings: 1] ; the middle seat to pick up the purchased by"H. Sr.
Deventer. A.
said, that neither the city or the Trawick, and Barry Van Bishop
will attend Thomas F. Smith Michael
delegates from Cottle ,
will make house to house calls. { fish, putting both him and Maloneon
gar 21 Tornadoes 31] 1919. Several Wore
H. ; his
and ;
county can give a mortgage on Register retiring president years ,
I Neil
Denton, Ronald Crawford
29-30 Clyde Trrwille-Bradford Education Association.
the boat
On April side of the ,
the Noegel's 5] Gem death in 1960, the
this property [or a mortgage on A. Bishop Jr. complete ; and William C. Powell company was
gar will solicit funds at the golf :' Over 150 separate group meetings anything else without first obtaining board. Schedule for : when they both were suddenly Phillips incorporated with stock being held

tournament at the Country Club. ; will be held in Tornadoes thrown into the water. The boat I H. A. .
during the convention. authority therefor a The new officers begin their vs. ; by Mrs. Bishop Sr. H. A.
It has been suggested, Ingram did not capsize and continued on Jr.Sparks
Most interest will center around[ freeholders election. terms July 1. vs. Jaycees. Named Bishop, Jr.. Mrs. Dorothy Bishop
laid, that the tournament be call- its way running wild for aboutan Powell and Mrs. Nina Bishop An-
ed the "Babe Zaharis Tournament -I' a legislative program aimed at ., ... hour before being caught. I drews.

," in honor oi the famous I :raising teachers salaries back to ... ... Darby stated both he and Chairman Of I I

woman golfer who died of cancer.' \ their 1957 level of 12th'in the na '. -, .. : Malone stayed afloat for awhile I'
tion. Since 1957 Florida has drop- ",0;,.'."" ,.. .."' ._ .,.. but probably less than 15 min I Red Cross DriveS. Lawtey
Boasts ''11', utes. Both he said were able to
County ped to 35th place compared to salaries 'k
with DWI
... strip off their jackets, but Malone
Places To Live ; teachers in othe. states. E. Sparks will serve as chair- ,
48 paid : _
: 'i.c. had on a pair of heavy kneehighboots I
i of the 1961 Red Cross fund !I .
I man
Educators say it would take $715 { f. .
To Eat ,", which he was not able to I '
85 Places ..". ,<';. drive in Bradford County, it was :j A 39-year-old Lawtey fanner
I I per teacher to laise Florida back -. '
% .. shed. Darby also said ne was
f-i}.,:. '. f announced yesterday by E. L.i{I Francis Howard Norman was
to its 1957 level.Gov. -'If '
County had total of "' Bradford o ; ''- "'f.ii, ::0' Matthews, chapter chairman. A.: charged with driving while tnt9x1i -

48 licensed lodging establishmentswith I r Farris Bryant is scheduledto _.-'-..' :-:.' -'.-",",. '"-..c. '';"0<_,...' _....J. .-. the mishap by a man. fishing quota'of $1,908 has been assigned;I cated i Sunday: after his car plowed -
at the ; .
1960, speak convention today ... ;, : '''''' .._<.<:.'
a total of 523 units. in i" ..,, ... : about a quarter mile from the a guard rail and
I 7 I-.F :', ,,.;; .. .. the,chapter as a minimum goal through
and Thomas D. Bailey, state superintendent : ""' "' ,.', *., ',,,-
of ,
the latest '
according: _to report _. '. ': I'>.;.1i scene. Ito Us share of the local end national -! splashed into Hatchet Creek
of schools, will \
Florida Hotel & Restaurant: I speak k.I .m0; Tommy Thompson of Tampa,
the f I ; ; ;
.. north of Fairbanks. ,
.... programs.In
Commission. i Friday night. t "1" -'c.. ," i-, .__ ,- said the
,... who rescued ,Darby, I a summary of 1960 operationsin ,, State Trooper W. N. Blair said
the commission in looked if he about
Licensed by T--- -r----- youth as were Florida the Red Cross reportedrelief i: Norman was apparently trying to

the county were: two hotels with Conservation I s-;- -_-- -. U- .-- -,-- worn out himself when he was expenditures amounting to i : avoid an oncoming auto when his

4.0'units; 10 apartment houseswith'63 .1 I picked up. than 100,000 hit the rail about,a m&c north
About 70 laborers are now housed In BradfordCount"s except Wednesday and Thursday $1,542.077; more per- car
units; 24 motels with 337 Theictim's body was not, .
i Award Given nt'migrant' labor near Heilbnmn berry days, Chasteen said. Berries sons trained in self-help safety I of Fairbanks. Norman's .car Hipped
unjthand; 12 rooming houses with camp found until approximately 4 p. m.. I
skills and a but.he was -
home-nursing ; over once apparently
83 units. I Green Springs and about -10.more I workers are expected up Friday and be going strong by Sunday afternoon,. the day after statewide, welfare assistance pro- thrown clear. The tar was
eating places'; Lloyd from and Leesburg, Camp A worker is paid .six cents per
Forty-five public i I Monday night Georgia i the accident The search for: gram for servicemen and their de- damaged beyond Tepair but Norman

were licensed In the county witha Lloyd Green of Starke received';'I Manager J. It. Ch &teen Jr.said. The camp should Chasteen said, and some will be Malone was called off Saturday pendents. 'clambered. UP the. bank: and

total seating capacity of 1,411. i the Goodyear Conservation Award be filled to rapacity by tile middle of next week $10 per day when picking is good. after dark and was resumed sunday Hurricane Donna relief operations out of the creek with only; a

!;I this year for his outstanding when strawberries ,come, in full, lie said. charged $1.80 per day or $12.60 per morning. The body was found in 39 counties last fall accounted bruised 'nose, the trooper raid.

:. pasture improvement program All workers In the camp have worked every day and board in the new camp. by Brady McLeod and Delano for '$1,343,769 of the disaster -

Come One! Come All! carried on by a cattleman in cooperation -, I Thomas of starke. who ,were assisting expenditure. Mass shelters All-Star Cage,Team

To The I !with Bradford Soil Conservation Outlook Still GoodWorkers with dragging operations. were operated for several weeks In I'I'

I district. Assisting with the search ,were .the Keys and other areas and To Play Champs

St. Patrick's Eve Selected .for the award by the Pick some 30 skin divers from Key- i 4,600 families got help In restoring -:I Of City League '

Board of Supervisors, Green's Improved Arrive To ; stone Heights Gainesville and their homes and possessions.Red I "* *

Dinner : pasture and .grazirg program Lake City.. Dragging operationswere Cross-trained instructors The City League All Stars cOmposed

(Smorgasbord) I includes many vifferent Early Picking Is Low Quality conducted by the Alachua.I qualified 54,800 FloridianS In of players of the .league

grasses and clovers. I I I Bradford Clay and Putnam. county swimming and life-saving skills teams selected by the managers,
Starke Woman's Club John 'Vasson. Goodyear sales s sheriff departments and the and 36,000 were trained to give
i Bradford County strawberries ,,. hurting the eating quality of the the ripening- fruit will play Lawtey or Keystone Saturday
representative for this, area presented Keystone Heights Fire Depart- emergency first 'ald. More than
Thurs., March 16 the award to Green at the made a premature appearance, on I berry itself makes it less attrac- improve Its Quality. ment. 9,500 attended courses in home night at 8 o'clock in the
tive to the of the housewifeand that,prices should
Serving 6 to 8 p. m. Soil Conservation meeting Mar. 2. the market this week -'about 10da's consequently eye] hurts the price. when. Plant City Malone, popular among studentsat care of sick and Injured. and 3,700in high school ,gym. Keystone and

usual and met BHS, was on the football, mother'and baby care. according lead
earlier than Lawtey, tied for the League ,
Children Alia contributing to depressed and quality Improves
$1.50 $1 Persons Not
Adults Renewing
Fellow -
basketball and teams. to the report.
deflated prices attributed to a I prices is the ,early maturing of Around 1,100 flats will play tonight at I to decide the
I t seniors elected him vicepresident -
Exemption number of causes. berries here which has placed eted here Monday League championship.
This Space Contributed I of his class and "Best AilRound .
t Listed In This ,IssueA I, Growers were unhappy with the I them on the market in competition number Tuesday. Bay In the class. He was Social SecurityA The Midget Basketball ,League
Weekly to Publicize $2 per "flat" [12 pints that mostof with Plant City, Miami Wau- total was around I .tart-
also member of the Letterman'sj of the Gainesville will play an exhibition game
I a representative
of their berries bringing, but chula and other Florida markets. Manager
were Market
Community Events by list persons who have not j I Club and Future Teachers Assoeiiatioa. ocla1Security office will be tog at 7 pin.awards .
renewed their: 1961 Homestead I quality was admittedly poor due I Plant City Is said to be about atI wright said the ouUo courthouse court room iiStarke and trophiea.will be

THE COMMUNITY Exemption application ,is published largely to unseasonably hot days i I its peak now, with 15,000 ,flats offered at the' at half time of the second
adequate labor to The youth was born July 14, from930 a. m. Thursday, given ,
[ in the 80'sV in late February there Monday. ;
on page five In this issue. Tax way up The public Is Invited to the
STATE BANK Assessor Gene Long reminds the and early March..Many ber- Growers hailed the return of this.Around. 1943 in Tallahassee. He was a :1f.arcl123. Person wishing con- game. which Is sponsored by

public that this must be done.on ries appea ing '-.. on he market cool,weather this week as the bestthing laborers are now at, I'member of the Methodist Church duct social security business are program the.Recreatfoa Department. There

.OF STARKE or before April 1 in Older. to here this week bad"cibr Wn caps,"I that could happen'to the camp, and more' .will and had moved here.15 yean ago Invited ,to meet with the repre Is no,chargeI .; . .
tida time. :
obtain,exemption.' .:.... w; .. a,discoloration- that Awhile .:not deal here. It will help stow down as needed.- ; ., with his parents/Mr'-. Mrs. sentative-at.. .
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I :Mrs. C. J. Houpt returned Sat I Mrs. Thelma Mendoza and Clerk of the Circuit Court in and quarter of Northwest quarter .'

urday from a business fourdayI daughter, Miss Gloria Johns were Mayor's CourtThirteen publication' for Bradford o this County notice, upon, the proof fictitious of J Eang Section e"2T 25"',East Township, containing 5 to Sow air

trip in Orlando. I visitors! Sunday of Mrs. Mendoza's cases were tried in.; name of R and a TRUCK STOP, I more or less, lying and being sir
David Jordan, son of Mr. and : mother, Mrs. T. J., Griffin. May r's j under ,whi h I am engaged in business ate In Bradford ,County, Florida ,
Court Monday by Mayor at lit. 2 Pox !UStarkt', Dated this 9th das of March
Mrs. Eston Jordan, is confined to I: Mrs. Fred Guy of Gainesville. W.T. [Billy] Jackson. Florida. D. UU.SPUL '

bis home because,of mumps. spent ,from. Sunday until Tuesday I Harry C. (Frank) Broadway, P. I ( )
Paul Knight returned Tuesday 'here with her mother, Mrs. A; Z. Our Soil 0 Our Strength The number 13 ran true ,to,superstition O. Box 241, Starke Florida sole I. $'Charles Clerkkgf/Cireuit:
I in one case in which owner.
C IN THE HEWS ,to his home tin Miami after a visit Adkins.' ,! : Wallace : Dated this 14th day of March A. .-By )ilarlanSl. Crosby,
Woodrow Carter 'orfeiteda
here with his .mother Mrs. D. E. Mrs. S..E. Simmons of, Miami,( Soil> Conservation I ID. 1961 at Starke. Bradford County, .....Deputy. *Clerk, 3-164t4
bond :of $252.50 for driving Florida. :
the of Dr..and Mrs. I '
Knight. vas guest H.j! N-E-W-S 2-15 I
while intoxicated and causing an j I II -
Mrs. Harry Mooty is convales I H. Adams from; Thursday: until I
II i By BUI Haas accident. In the remaining dozen t NOTICE OF LEGWLVTIOV
Mrs. H. K. Tyus and Mrs. P. D. Among those attending the boat I+ cing at her home after spendinga Sunday., {i'la The Circuit Cent Of ,FUrM, TO WHOM IT MAT' CONCERN
Reddish returned Friday, afterspending show in Jacksonville last weekendwere week in Bradford County .Hospital Pratt trees At Sistrunk. ,. Soil .Conservation Service cases: i I .r.Uhik .Judicial ,Circuit IB .,*. ; Notice Is hereby given of intentli.,
t Mr. and Mrs.Fred Snell-and I: I'I Mrs. W. E. Torode and Mrs. Charles David Thompson was For Bradford Caaatl.I Chancery to apply to the 1961 Session 01 th.
several days in Miami : J'I\ Complete soil and water conser- sentenced to five days in jail or a j :MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE I Florida Legislature for passage
family, Mr. and Mrs. James Phillips Mrs. Nelma Keene, Miss Carolyn W. Andrews spent the week'endin I Ivation I "I, C. E. Miles and 0.1111elIles: his I an Act creating and providing f n
with Mrs. brother and sis farm plans were delivered fine of $27.50! for intoxication '
Tyus' and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Keene, and Mrs. R. J. Davis Maitland with ,:Mrs. Torode's I ,' public wife Plaintiffs. W J. Johnson the enforcement of, a lien In favor
j to Mack Griffis and R. O. Sim- and an additional fine of and Carrie Johnson, his wife. : of all persons practicing the hearing
ter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Car
Roy W. C. Powell and family, Mrs. H. spent Sunday in Melrose. son-in-law-and daughter, Maj. and_'! mons. NOTICE OF SALE ,! arts for their reasonable rha
ter. i A. Bishop, Sr., Mr. and JUrs. Geor-: 1 'Miss Barbara Bates daughterof Mrs Lewis Hieatt. i $52.50 for assault with a deadly j Notice is hereby given pursuant!! ges for St'r\"leE'9 rendem in Bradford
Mack and Owen are using Pen- .1 In the treai '
ge Flynn, Jr., and Dr. and ,Mrs.T. Mr. and Mrs. H. .O. ,Bates of I .Mr. and Mrs. Logan Baldwin! weapon.' to a Final Iteoree of Foreclosure County Florida illness*".,
sacola .Bahia for their permanent ILL. ; dated March 9th 1961! and entered ,i i ment of injuries or upon
__, _n. ,_ '. "" G. Ritch. the State Farm,' was,recently ap- attended the Investors Diversified:1) I Westfall. was given a j i in Chancery Case Xr. 1S-93S of the ;II i I causes<< of action, snits claims and.
:Mr. and Mrs. Jack :McComb and pointed to the office of Intra- Services Inc. meeting for 'the, pastures. Mack has got a stand ofI choice.of 15 days in jail or a fine I Circuit Court of the Eighth Judicial.i: demand accruing to their patient.
I White Clover in his pasture. Owen of $77.50 for Conduct i Circuit in and for Bradford County, : on account of the Illness' or fnjurU
: ; I family and Mrs. Gladys Weldori murals Chairman for her sorority Tampa, Miami and Jacksonville .
I '{'is chicken i! Florida herein C. E. Miles' and i so treated and upon all Judgment-
I Florida I spent Sunday at the home of,Mr.I Kappa Delta at FSU. districts in Orlando last weekend.!I using fertilizer on his by destroying private oroperty Dallie ;Miles, are the plaintiffs, and :, rendered on such causes" of action
-I pasture and he tells me has been but was found not guilty on i W. J. Johnson and Carrie Johnson.,:t and settlements thereof; providing
and Mrs. John J.Cook ,in..Orange Harold M..Tyus. son of Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Baiksdale'getting' good results with it. ; his wife,'are the defendants, I will a method of perfecting and enfon
II I I Park and attend a family.birthday Mrs. H. K. ::Tyns, of Starke, was and family attended the air, show. 'I charges of resisting arrest. sell to the highest bidder for cash I Ing such liens with costs f'XJlf'nFPIo
in Pee Wee Dampier uses chicken Vernon Sylvester Leggett for- I at the front door of the Bradford'' and attorney's fee, a remedy for
dinner honor of Mr. and Mrs.,J. recently initiated into Lambda Chi in Williston Sunday. I
I fertilizer and says he is getting I County Courthouse in Starke, Bradford the Impairment of such lien repeal.Ing -
: I R. Weldon and Mrs. Cecelia Wil Alpha fraternity at Southern College Mr. and Mrs. Glen Stanley and feited $27.50 bond on speeding i County Florida at 10:00 o'clocki Inconsistent Jaw; all excluding
good results. He remarked, "I built charges. i A.t: on the 27th day of March, matters within the Workmen's Com-
Theatre liams. in Lakeland. He is a tgradu- baby of Jacksonville spent the .,
I those chicken houses so that I Eugene !.\. D. 1961, the following described I pen atlon Art.
Tomato and Pepper plants, At rte of BHS, class pt 1960, ,and is weekend here with Mrs. Stanley's Earl Workman -unning 1. property as set forth in said Final ] This March 1,4. .Will .
could get the fertilize.
Sistrunks.Mr. enrolled as a pre-medical major parents! Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Cros red light forfeited bond of $12.50. 1! Decree, to-wit.: V. Knight
I Lawrence Miller and Leon Car- The North Half of tike Southeast : U
Mary Ruby Benton running i
and Mrs. Olin White, Jr. 'at Southern.
SAT. MAR.\ 18 and family attended the state Mrs. O. W. Barry of Brookerwas by.Mrs.. Barney McRae, Sr. .returned 'I It ter used the Soil Conservation stop sign, forfeited bond of $12.50. I

I basketball finals 'held in the U. of the weekend guest of her to her home Sunday after't Service drill truck to check-out a Louise Kessel failure to ,have "We eliminate the middleman's
pond site, in which E. L. Lester profit"Quart
Double Feature Program I i vehicle under control and causingan
: Fla. gymnasium in Gainesville son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and spending a month in Lake City
Saturday night. Mrs. J. E. Hardy. Sunday, Mr. with her. son and daughter-in-law:{[plans to build a pond. By check accident, forfeited bond of

let Feature Mrs George B. Flynn Sr. left and ,Mrs. -Hardy and family and I Dr. and ,Mrs. Barney McRae, Jr. ing the underlying material we $37.50. One With Each '
, Saturday for a two weeks' visit Mrs. ,Barry had dinner in Jacksonville Mrs. S. G. Denmark and .-chll.1[Ivan tell better if the pond will be John Madritseh, running red 'F REE /
[TARZAN FINDS in Wilmington Dela. with her son- with -}.Ir. and Mrs. J. R I dren ,left yesterday to spend the 1!Ja success. light forfeited bond of $12.50. or Gallon One you buy ta

r 'i in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Crews, son-in-law and daughter remainder of the week'withrela- Came upon Marklee Starling, Hardrick Waler Taylor. Negro,

FORGOTTENrW08LDS 1 J. H. }lcClane.i of Mrs. Barry. i tives in Pompano Beach.. F i Leaton Morgan Jr. and E. D. running stop sign, forfeited bond Prices Start at $2 qt. $3.98 fial. 4j
1 i Mrs. Pearl Pancoast of the University Among those attending the air Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hendrix! Starling standing around Leaton'splace of $12.50.J. .

,i OF. I of Florida in l and children ,Stat boro .Ga.: discussing laying out tobacco -
I Gainesville, show Williston Sunday were of ;: L. Morgan, public intoxication -
ISYBiTURE! I. and-her sister, Mrs. Lila Shaw of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Graudon and will arrive today to spend a few, rows and white clover pas- forfeited bond of $2".50. MARY CARTER PAINT STORE
tures. Marklee remarked that
of Bland were Saturday visitorsof children. days with Mr. and Mrei J. F., Dill
'from what he could see cows on i Joe C. Warren Jr., disorderly 501 N.W. 8th Ave. Gainesville, Fla. FR 6-7588
NlIWI Mrs. D. E. Knight. Azaleas. In gallon cans 50c At..s1struDks. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Currie and
.1 Ralph Kilpatrick of Troy, Ala daughter Janice, of Lake City pastures with white clover are in I I conduct by fighting, sentenced to Ii IiJffEJFuLIi-1nhIuIIIfl1

.1l ARZAN returned today after spending Mike Willis, son of Mr. aid were guests Sunday of Mr. .and, better shape than just straight five days in jail or fine or $27.50.
several days here -as the guest of Mrs. Norman Willis, underwent a Mrs. E. M. Long. : grass pastures. I I

I l f! Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Vining. tonsilectomy in Bradford County Mrs. J. D. Doyle is recuperatingat ,With this warm weather folks I i

I 1 OLORP l i Mrs. Eugene Williams and children I: Hospital this ,morning. her home after being a:.pa have started to plant pastures.! \OTICR OF INTKNTION TO ,

; left yesterday afternoon to Major and Mrs. Harry Hatcher, tient for two weeks in Bradford George Alvarez- and J. M. Dyer HCGISTnit FICTITIOUS t\MK
Notice i h hereby given that the
2nd. Feature j spend the weekend with friends in Jr. and family will spend from County Hospital. used the District's' seeder culti- undersigned, under the provisions of

Sanford.Mr. Thursday until Sunday alt! St. I Mr. and Mrs. Rufus J. Tatum packer to plant Pensacola Bahia. Chapter 20.953, Laws of Florida,

-_ \ and Mrs. Olin. ',White Jr. .Augustine, :Beach. They will be i jof Jacksonville spent Wednesday f L. D. Starling used the District's Acts of 1941, will register with the .

41it_ and family spent Sunday in Macetenny joined by 'Major Hatcher's parents -I here with Mr. Tatum's sister,'Mrs. grain drill to plant millet and

, \' \I I with Mr. and Mrs. steve Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Hat-|"R. J. Davis.Revival of"I Bahia. Vincent Smith used the I

pi S t !, Weldon, Jr. cher, Sr. i I District's fertilizer distributor to D ." ..
,: Col. ,J..At Griffin, Major Harry Mrs. M. H. Sheppard and children |: l Services fertilize his pastures. J. R. Wain- .IJUTARK. ,,

1 UPfE it I II I i! Hatcher, Maurice Wingate, Albert will spend the weekend in wright also used the distributoron tl E :
t : .
,Foster, Fred Snell, Drew Altamonte Springs visiting the To Begin Sunday his .pastures. L.- .

Reddish, ,Randal Chitty, Al :Crosby Rev. and Mrs. L.,D. Haines and in At Hi-Way Chapel Gary Martin made a request

,Dr. A. Y. Covington Walker. DeLand with Mr. and Mrs. Albert I for a soil and water capability SUN., MON., & TUES. t,

Wood, and Jimmy Reddish,attended -. Lee.Mrs. Revival services will stail sun- map for his farm. He also is us- MAR. 19, 20, & 21 .

N1h IS the retirement ceremony for S. G. Denmark and Mrs. I. morning March 19, at the Hi- ing the District's weed chopperto The Unfaithfuls tR ,
Lt. Colonel Robert V. Link, ,whois Harry Hatcher, Jr. Attended the Chapel Assembly of God; on chop his crop land before turn- Gina
gom. retiring after serving more than District VI PTA meeting in Or- the Raiford road across from the ing it under.Lemmon. Starring: LoUobriga.

FOOT i: 30 years with the U..S. Army,andFlorida ange Park last Friday. elementary school. Rev. George AND

National, Guard. .Col. Mrs. W. S. Slade and Mrs. Clyde Patterson of Lake City, an out- Nelson FreeklessStarring

Link has served Battalion:\ n,Commander Sinclair ,and ,daughter, Evelyn standing young minister, will be : Martin West :'"
of the- 748th ,Ordnance spent weekend- in Baxley, Ga. the evangelist. He has also min.istered SundayAt PLUS CARTOON 11 >r

(:I Battalion. since. :October 195'..,'The ter'-in-law.with I in evangelistic meeting on FloridaJack

ceremony was held Friday night ; the mission field in Nicaragua. WED., & THURS.

in the ,Cedar Hills Armory, in !,'Slade. I Hi-Way Chapel is affiliated with Lennon and Ricky Nelson MAR. 22, & 23 i .

Jacksonville,. Rodney.Herlong of ,Jacksonville the Assemblies of God denomination will star Sunday, Monday and I Came To F: F ",. .i .1
They I '
Flower plants Petunias etc., At spent! the,past,weekend herewith I the largest of the Pentecostal Tuesday at the'Florida Theatre in .. -". r", .

Sistrunks. \\t: his grandparents, 'Mr. and Mrs. organizations. The General "The Wackiest Ship in the Army," I Cordura .

Mr. and Mrs.: K..G. Duncan ,Wi F. Herlong.: Council> of the Assemblies of God, a new comedy film in Cinema- ; Starring: Gary Cooper ," > ,,v'). ,. ', '
spent the weekend WestPoint., Airs. J. Ct Hobbs returned Friday with headquarters Springfield, Scope and ,Eastman Color AND ,,..1! 4

I Ga. with their son.and daughter after spending '!a' week' in Mo., sponsors the well-known 'na- Lemmon plays a war-time Navy Jesse James ..,

r I in-law, Mr. and Mrs. K. T. Dun- ,Bainbridge, ,Ga.with,her mother, tional radio program. Revivaltime. lieutenant eagerly ana; iiig his ,Young i ,-
"- can, and children, Jim and Laura, Mrs. J. T. Adkins.. She was accompanied I first command, which turns out Starring: : Ray Stricklacd. .1 1
: tt ... The pastor, Rev. D.. P, Burgess,i .
ow Elizabeth. : : ,home'by Mrs. Adkins, i Jto be an ancient sailing essel. PLUS CARTOON
: invites the public to attend the! ,
LOU COSTELLO Misses Flora Slade and Marian who spent a few days,here before l revival series.Martha Lemmon's troubles are many,

.. McCall .of Tampa, classmates at going on to Jacksonville to visit and ,delightful; he and ills crew FRL, .& SAT.

I WROTHfPROVlNE-GALE GORDON FSU in Tallahassee, will spend the .her son-in-law' ,and daughter, Mr. lead a truly wacky life .aboard MAR. 24, & 25

I..r.rMSI&LoMDt, 'airetnuawiouauam a4a.at weekend here with 'Miss SLade's and Mrs. W. L. Miller, I I E Futch Named their floating museum jpiece. Ricky I 'Cinder-Fella

: ... parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Slade, ,,--Mrs. F. C. Hollingsworth and I '
fir l,k SMEI tell .MM t. :I" ; Sweetheart Of 'Nelson.as his.ensign also displaysa Starring Lewis.AND .
: Jerry
'0::::: ...ROCS Math UK I CIIIIL
.. 6ra.........I wit street. Sr. Miss Penny Hollingsworth were light touch) as a ,comedian.
'.* noeuan.A couas: fCTBI Rev. and Mrs. J. H. Mabry and fcusinses visitors in .Lake City State 4-H Show Miss Drtscoll plays an Australian

.. -- --- ---- I family left today for a visit'with last: Saturday., While there they girl who talks Lemmon into Esther And The King I

Cartoon: Northern Mites relatives in Tampa. They,will return also visited >tr,. Hollingsworth's Martha ,Futch, 14-year-old' the command since he, is about Starring Joan,Collins

home Saturday.Mrs. son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and daughter of 'Mr. and Mrs. 'MerrillC the,only ,man in the Navy who PLUS CARTOON
Merrill G. McMillan and I Mrs. James ,Hair. Futc.h of Tallahassee! and
SUN. MON. & TUES. knows his way ,around sails, spars
children will spend the weekend Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Jordan have granddaughter of Mr. and.Mrs. C. --
and other navigational appurtenances .1 TjmUP
MAR.\ 19, 20, & 21 lu Quitman Ga. with Mrs. McMil moved to, the State :Farm .whereMr. A. Futch of ,Starke, was crowned' : .which went out when steam! :iiiiii :

lan's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Jordan: teaches agrisulture. Sweetheart of the State'4-H'Dairy

The Wackiest% Rogers.T. Mike _Goldwire and :Miss Sonia Show in ,Orlando last week.'', came in.THE o

Ship H. Slade, Sr. and Mr. and I i I Hunter, ,students_ at Asbury Col- She was chosen on the Lasis of

Mrs. Charles Sawyer will leave 5,I Jege, \Vihno e, Ky. ,returned,today her showmanship personality, RIGHT POINT for the I

Sunday to attend the Southeastern!:after spending a semester-week; .courtesy, and poise while, Showing way you write. I Ceme in and select -'

In The Anny Liquified Petroleum Gas Association break' here with their respective her blue ribbon junior yearling your favorite ESTER ROOK

in Atlanta, Cja. parents. (registered Jersey heifer.a Fountain'Pen TELEGRAPH.
Cartoon: Yukon Have It Mrs Ernestine Hooks and[I Mr. and Mrs Robert E. 'Firth i I

daughter, Miss Cathleen Hooks of f!' and house guests, Mr. and Mrs.I II t 1 1I
WED. THURS. & FRI. : Gainesville were guests Sunday William Whichello of Belleville I ?:
MAR. 22, 23, & 24 afternoon of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Mich, have enjoyed the past two+I fPROFIT l OPPORJUNITY '. TO 0.F

Crews. weeks visiting in West Palm t .. "!''' .' ..,.., jo'1.N- f'" ,'"-
Beach and Daytona Beach. ; thu
: John Stroud and Mr. Alonzo of I I

i 10 MAlta 1HI 1 Miami were Tuesday night guestsof College Tallahassee,students from F. S. U. tt rR1.aA M8LiERI t ii r
Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Slade, Sr. who were home

steles i m Maryann and Patty Cantrell of last weekend were Jan Mundorf, \ WATCHES '

Jacksonville will spend the week Spanky McLendon, Misses Mary i I .. ____, } f.,_, "': --..: GENT'S
F WITH 1XCITIMINTIV I end here with their cousin Mar''Katherine Wainwright, Linda Kay I I '
V t Sale, Brenda Lewis, Clair + 'UP 3-4 CARAT
ian Green and uncle and aunt, Jean i DEALER: FRANCHISE .
1 ''Mundy, Patsy Nichols, and Mary ,
and Mrs. Robert Green.
George Patten, a student ati J Agnes .NOW AVAILABLE. TO :
i Stetson University, DeLand, will 11 I Mrs. p. D. Fancher returned ; '

spend the weekend here with his 1| Sunday from a visit im Wa ross, 'STAIRKEFASTESjiELLING Diamond
Ga. with ){!_ Sidney Walker. % Ring
parents Judge and G. L. 50 'OFF
Patten. Friends of Mike Fogg will regret CAR DISCOUNT

I Mr and to learn ,that he is a patient FASTEST-GROWING
Mrs. Drew Reddish and I IN THE MARKET
I Mr. and Mrs. Randal in Baptist Memorial Hosj $39.75
Chitty wereisitors
recent \ in Cedar Key.j : pital in Jacksonville. Mike entered -IW"H': 'y Rambler salesihave broken previous ..sales!

While Mr. and_ Mrs. Reddish were ', the hospital last Friday. I records iforlST'straignt: months, despite all com NOW :$ gHOUSEReg. :
\ Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Outlaw,
away Mrs. W. Edwards of Jack- petit lPn.
Mrs. J. R.'Chasteen :Jr. Miss Bet-I _
sonville, maternal grandmother'Uy Jane Morgan Mrs. John A. I .* Most 'trouMe-frjee,'U. S. car' according to :surveys of
stayed with the Reddish children.I
I 'Mr. and Mrs Victor Barry of I1 Torode, 'Mrs. Pat Cauffman, Mrs. owners of all makes., With Tax PRICES j!'

1 Dillon, S. C. are visiting Mrs. Bar I J. D. Warren, Mrs. Jimmy Rowe, Top quality at :Am, rjca'8' lowest prices. $33.75 '

; ry's parents Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Mrs. ,Abe Abercrombie .and Mrs. Highest resale..value.-' SHOULD BE $300.00

4 &I Sapp, and other relatives here for I Jerome Johns attended the Stocks Best owner loyalty. higher percent of Rambler owners -

two weeks. and ,Blondes variety 'show, given make again. than owners of any NOW
& buy the same Now
A CQNTNfNTAtplSTie8UTING' by the Arlington Junior vWoinan's $1195.ulL ;
Mrs. Eoline $
Smith 4950RLUS
accompaniedby to official registrations. |
other make according
;. ; !
: dub at tile Prudential, Buildingin '
Ine.Release. of her Jacksonville mother, Mrs, 'spent R. C. Weaver from- .. Jacksonville last Friday. World's" best-selling 6-cylinder station wagon. ', ; Tax. JIW Stone. flings I

Tuesday until Friday in Sebring 'Armour-ye.rtillzer, At Sistrunks. the Rambler franchise offers higher profits to -. .
with Mrs., Smith's 'brother-in-law. ')[ and Mrs. Frank I WHY r "
Cartoon: Who Scent You r:- Ward of you: I LADIES
and sister Mr. and :Mrs. E. H. Uzzell. Tallahassee were weekend guestsof I Rambler (dealers sell more compact cars per dealer LIGHTERS 99c I
JACK LEMON & Mr., Ward's T>rotherinlawand .
RICKY NELSON Mrs. Corinne Purvis of Gainesville sister, Mr. and airs W. F.t, 'than any.other group., ., SOLITAIRE
was the guest Tuesday of Glenn. Profits are above the industry average. .
In the Hilarious of theiiaost I *'.Only franchise that doesn't tie up your capital in ,BILLFOLDS.Reg. '
; saga Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Herlong. Mrs. E, F.:,Miles spent the'iveekI $14.95NOW
jfouled-up crew ever Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Holton had I end in Macclenny with her son high-cost, hard-to-sell big',cars or trucks. 1 Reg. $200.00

'aid 'a ship so wacky that the as their guests, last weekend Mr. and'.daugbter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.B. ,Ramblgr.wliefsafe,1ambler's. : best salesmen because 'Re?. $5.00 ONLY ,

NAVY wished it off on the and Mrs. R. Whiddon and son, .- F. Miles. : hey.are ;best satisfied. ,I NOW ONLY

ARMY. !, and Mr. and Mr,. Carl Goodwin Wr.% and Mrs. W. experience The ':
Q. Cobb of ,No ;automobile necessary. most experienced
'THE WACKIEST SHIP IN all of Tifton, Ga.: Baldwin were Sunday guests of i r! : compact car,experts" in the business will se- NOW .$t49. $].95 $4 : '
Ricky. Johns, of. Mr. OOO
Little son
Mr. and Mrs Guy Sale ,at Kings- t led and train personnel for you in proved, ,profitable Plus, Tax J.
and Mrs"Carl Lamar;Johns. and ley Lake.Mr. and Plus Tax i Tax
.methods of selling servicing compact cars. .
Karen Hutchins, of Mr. .
lln Cinemascope.and Eastman and Mrs M. S.'Sanders and
: Color and Mrs. Paul Hutd ns. me con- Mrs. A. D. Moore of Wjrtheville, For Complete 'Information Write Phone, or Wire HURRY' '

fined at home because of measles.' Va. ,enroate to points in South Director of :Dealer,DevelopmentAMERICAN : :
Wacky is the Word for it. ,Mr. and Afro R li>h'x of Live : BEM JEWELRY

.' Oak were visitors the'first of the! Florida* were. guests, ,Sunday. mor-' i-i t MOTQRS CORPORATION JIB ,R R Y !
-; week of Mrs. Cou Mrs. I nto pf Mr: ,..and-Mrs. Guy _An-
: j s mother, 4600 Phillips Hwy. Jacksonville: ,Fla. .. ,'., .;, ,_ ',_ ___, ., __ ... _. '_,'
D. L. Cox. -I.i'A. i t; --dreWs. *--- .... -- ,- "- ,- -- --" '-- r .!I'. '.Y' _,_ --.- ._- ,.___ __ P ___ :
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I r,tr.I Judge. Lawyer Officers Installed

!) Speak ToWoman's [By Beta Sigma Phi Home DemonstrationNotes THIS WEEK'S ;..

; i Club .,
} f New officers,of Beta Sigma Phi r r :ONLY
sorority were installed at a meet- "
+ .
Carlton Maddox, prominent i
i log held Monday night in the DOROTAY
lawyer and first assistant county II I ROSS
I|home of Mrs. Robert Barksdale.
solicitor of Duval County and' Home Demonstration Agent
: Installed, at this"time: were
Gladys Moot Judge Theron A. Yawn, county! I
TlV. L. y judge and also juvenile court judgeof :Mrs.; Robert Barksdale, president; Care Of The Electric Iron I that take the homemade look out
Mrs. Olin White Jr. vice '
*" Bradford County, were guest 1 I president Mrs.: Essie Thompson homeeconomist of home sewing.
Betsy Matthews Southside PTA Hears 'speakers at the regular meefuigof I! ; Mrs. Paul Hutchinl corresponding for Clay .Electric Cooperative Those in the Lawtey area who

'Honored At Luncheon I Of the Starke Woman's Club last i;! secretary; Miss Betty has been: working with have been hard at -work sewingare
Program Songs Wednesday afternoon at 3:30: !i 1! Jane Morgan recording secretary; 4-H girls in Brooker who are tak- Mrs. J. C. Tye. Mrs. Hiram

0 n J 12th Birthday By First Two GradesA o'clock in the club building.Mr. Mrs. Freeman' Register Jr., treas- ing the electricity project. One of Bennett Mrs. Eugene Pearson and

-, Maddox gave an interestingand I I urer; and Mrs. John Simpson- their lessons has been the care of Mrs. R. E. Lee. CASH AND CARRY

of Betsy Matthews was honored on program of songs was presented informative talk on "Obscene tension' officer. the electric iran.'You, too, wfll be Strawbery Season
her twelfth birthday Saturday by the first and second I! Mrs. Norman Allen was co-hos Fresh strawberries the
Literature and Florida Obscene interested in the proper care of are on
,E when her aunt Miss Madge Midi grades at the Southside PTA tess tor the meeting. market Eaten
Literature Law. He discussed the your iron because it will make now. fresh they are Spring Tone Is Screen Time
i dleton, entertaintd at luncheon at meeting Tuesday night March 6. legal fight in Florida to curb the ironing easier and the iron last equal to oranges or grapefruit in
|the Ponce de Leon Hotel in St. Mrs. W. B. Scoggins presidedover distribution of obscene literature Kay Colson Celebrates longer. vitamin C. Take care not to bruise

;Augustine. the business meeting and attempted to show the conflict -' Eleventh Year For steam iron, fill iron with the berries and destroy the flavor
.'I At the conclusion of the meal between those efforts and distilled water or clean rain water. and vitamin C. Rinse .in about SAVE

}tfcetsy was surprised with a beau- Sonia Hunter the concept of freedom of the With PartyKay If the openings stop up use a reputable three waters quickly, dipping 13ON

itlfully decorated birthday cake Honored AtHamburger press. He also pointed out the cleaner. berries in and out. Cap and drain-
topped with 12 burning candles. difficulty of enforcing any ban Colson was the honoree at When you have finished iron- Never let berries stand in water.
4 Enjoying the affair with Betsy FryMiss on obscene literature due to1 the a delightful tacky party last Fri- ing, drain the water out and let Strawberry Pie SCREEN WIRE SALE!

and Miss Middleton were Mrs. W. conflict between that effort and day afternoon when her mother iron cool before putting it away. Fill a flaky already baked pie

[E. Middleton Mrs. E. L. Matthews. Sonia Hunter student at freedom of the press. Mrs. R. A. Colson entertained a A hot Iron could cause a fire. cnst or tart shells with fine, big Galvanized Screen 6 l-2c Sq. Ft.

g ;:and Misses Mary Agnes and Anne Asbury College, Wllmore, Ky., Judge Yawn talked on the effect few of Kay's neighborhood friendsat When ironing, use an Iron rest strawberries. Make a sauce from

Matthews.".. who is spending the semester that the proposals of the judicial their home on Madison StreetIn to keep it from scorching 'the small berries by crushing, sim- Aluminum Screen . 8c Sq. Ft.

I council of Florida would celebration of Kay's eleventh ironing board cover oc be sure it mering and straining through
Bronze Screen . 15 l-2c Ft.
break here with her mother, Mrs. Sq.
,Alpha Delta KappaTo have upon the Juvenile courts of birthday anniversary. rests securely on its heel. cheesecloth. Sweeten juice and
Sarah Hunter was honored at a the state if those proposals were Prizes were awarded for the To remove starch from the sole thicken a little with cornstarch.Add .

Meet Monday hamburger fry Saturday evening enacted into law. He told his listeners tackiest costumes and for the plate [ironing surface wipe cool a little butter to give a glaz- LOANS AVAILABLE To Paint AddA

will from five until seven o'clock when that the new law would, not winners of several games played iron with a damp soapy cloth ed, brilliant look tothe sauie.Pourthe
Meet Alpha Monday Delta Kappa night at sorority 8 o'clockat her mother entertained at Camp affect Bradford County because of during the afternoon.At or glide the warm iron back and sauce over the big berries in Room Any Remodeling Improve-
its size. In closing Judge Yawn the conclusion of the games, the pie just enough to make the
the home of :Miss Madge Mid- Montgomery on Crystal Lake. A- forth over waxed paper or ments. FREE Estimates. Labor And Materials
compared the workings of the birthday cake and ice cream were strawberries stand out like islandsin
of a bar of soap.
'dleton with Mrs. J. N. Hopkinsas bout 20 young people were presentto wrapper
co-hostess. enjoy this lovely affair.TERWILLEGAR juvenile courts in the large and served by Mrs. Colson and her Iron around buttons snaps and a sea of brilliant red. Up To 36 Months To Pay. $10.00Per

small counties. daughter Dianne. The birthday zippers, not overthem, to prevent In this delicious fresh straw- Month.
The speakers were introduced to cake was Iced in white and held scratching the sole.plate. berry pie, the big berries are un-

the club members by Miss Della eleven burning pink birthday" can- Disconnect cord from outlet by cooked so that there is no loss of CALL US FOR INFORMATION

Rosenberg chajrmanl of Youth dles. Other decorations the pulling on the plug, not the cord. vitamin C. The small berries are

Conservation. cake were also in pink. Mixed Never wrap.cord around the iron cooked such a short time some

MOTORS Preceding the program Mrs. candy and boiled peanuti were while it is still hot. Never use a vitamin C may remain. STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIESPhone
Kate Sheppard, Spiritual Chair- served throughout the afternoon.Woman's frayed ironing cord. Freezing: Strawberries

man, presented the Reverend A. To guarantee the longest care- Toward the end of the season
C. Fiegert of'Park of the Palms, Club To free use of your electric iron be would be a good time to freeze WO 4-4201 Starke, Fla.

EXPERT! 2 who gave the devotional. Serve St. Patrick'sDinner nice to it: some berries for later use. For
'Mrs. D. L. Builders Service
Thomas Complete
presidentof Special Interest Sewing GroupA this information, drop a card to
the club, presided during the TonightA ''*
special interest group in the Home Demonstration Office,
business session. Starke has been clothing construction Box 267 Starke.
At the conclusion of the meeting St. Patrick's Eve dinner will

This activity is open to the
FRONT ENDALIGNMENT Mrs. N. S,'Danke), chairmanof be served tonight [Thursday at .
public. Those in the group are
Hostesses, assisted by membersof the Starke Woman's Club from 6
Mrs..Bill Costello Mrs. L. V. Har-
her committee, served refresh- to 8 p.m. The dinner smorgasbord A
the local din .Mrs. John Haney, Mrs. Jessie
ments. style, is sponsored by I
club and is under the direction of Young Mrs. H. B. Hamilton. j. eli
have been busy learning IDENMAAk'S
I finance
Ned M 1'S. Clyde Terwillegar .
YanceysAre chairman. to read the pattern guide: to cut;

Honored At Door prizes will be awarded make alterations; put in sleeves
gussets. construction details ONLiving
throughout the evening.
Dinner *
ON Tickets for the dinner are: Ad-

ults, $1.50, and children $1. They High School PTA
Major and Mrs. Harry Hatcher, ,

NEW JOHN BEAM Jr.pard and were Mr.hosts and Mrs.Tuesday M. H.night Shep-at night.may be bought. at the door to To HearSpeaking Room Furniture

The will include turkey,
of the former on East
dressing cranberry sauce, giblet
Call St. at an informal dinner
ham, assorted vegetables, Soil Conservation Speaking
VISU ALINER party Yancey, honoring who are Mr.moving and Mrs.to Ned Atlanta gravy orange cups filled with sweet potatoes Contest will provide the programat 3-2 PIECE SOFA BED SUITES REG. $109.95Large

a.special St. Patrick's Day 't1 'High School PTA meetingin
Ga., where they will i make
their home. salad, assorted salads and relish the cafeteria at 8 p. m. Tues Sofa With

tray, deviled eggs, rolls, cakes, day, March 21. ,
The Very Best throughout Placed the at party vantage rooms points of the pies, and coffee.Catherine Matching Club

In Front End Hatcher home were arrangementsof PadgettEntertained W. StringfellowDies Chair wir/ \

azaleas and other early spring Colors-Black, Brown, Red
flowers. At
MachinesYour The dining table, where the Bridal ShowerMrs. SPECIAL
guests were seated was covered IllnessWilliam ,

with a white damask cloth and _
Ancel Norman, Mrs. Helen
centered with an artistic arrange-I, Patterson, Mrs. Tulley Norman 67,1 / : : ti
Grey Stringfellow $
ments of azaleas and breath.
baby I $9995
Mrs. Sonny Andrews, and Mrs. __
Ten guests were present to en- of Kingsley Lake, died Saturday
Authorized i Ford Freida Norman entertained a
joy this lovely affair with the delightful shower last week hon- afternoon after an extended ill- -
hosts and honorees.
oring Miss Catherine Padgett ,

i whose marriage to Rudolph Sapp ness.Mr.., Stringfellow was. born Jan.,:
Dealer In Bradford County ONLY 2 ONLY 1
Lottie -
Circle ,was an-event of March 9. 28. 1894 in New Smyrna, but had: I
The Norman home was attrac-
Of Baptist WMU lived in Starke and at the State
tively decorated for the occasion 2-PC. SOFA BED 2-PG PLYHIDE SOFA
Farm ,most of his life. He was a
To Meet Tuesday with arrangements of azaleas in
: vet-
retired electrical engineer, a
the party rooms, and bridal .
eran of World War: I..and a member SUITES BED SUITE
f Lottie 'Moon Circle of the First wreath on the refreshment table; ;
of the Church. Since
Baptist WMU met Tuesday at the The honoree received many ,
.home of Mrs. Adel Mitchell with lovely gifts.Paulks his retirement several years ago, High Pile Frieze Covers "Looks Like LeatheT-
he and his wife had lived at .
o Mrs. Betty Davidson as co-hos- Colors-Beige, Turquoise : Feels Like Leather"Reg.
tess. A Kfngsley Lake, At the time of .
talk on alcoholism and Entertain i' "

I narcotics was given by the pas- Vernon ReddishOn his death he was being cared for ": : Reg. $149.95 $169.95SPECIAL o.
tor, Rev. Leo Hebert and was at the home of,his foster .., .
I followed Mrs. Joe E. Wilson in Starke.
by a question and ans- His Birthday .
wer period. Surviving are his wife. Mabel SPECIAL > I

II Mrs. Florede Speer, stewardship Mr. and Mrs. Dave Paulk were Carter;, Stringfellow; three daughters

\ chairman, presented a, discussion hosts Friday night when they. entertained ,.Mrs. George Manassa, Green '
frt "The at a family dinner Cove Springs; Mrs. Robert Bark- ; .
on buts that people par-
give when they do not tithe." Mrs. ty at their home on'Croe y Lakeon ley, Jacksonville) ;*and Mrs. Inman $ $
Ethel Raymond discussed clothing the birthday anniversary of Green?Starke; two sisters, Mrs $12995. $1499522PIECE

reeds for migrants and anyone their son-in-law Vernon'Reddish.. Claude Howard and Mrs. oremeWal1t.ce
W d4J having articles to donate is askedto The long dining table around both of Sanford; a foster -

take them to Mrs. M. F. Hazen. which the guests were seated was brother, R. A. Weeks' Jacksonville .

WITH 11 Sizes of garments given' shouldbe over-laid with a white, cutwork ; and his foster sister! ,
I listed.It cloth and centered with a silver Mrs. 'WU n.

NEW 23 WJ'H was decided to use some of epergne holding artictic arrangements -,' Funeral services were held at3p.m. LIVING ROOM SUITES--REG. $149.95
the "Sunshine" fund money to of .pink and, white azaleas.I Monday in Jones Memorial

paint bathrooms at the .church: The 12 guests present to enjoy Chapel with Rev. Leo Hebert, pas- r
and. also voted that ,kits for'ml. this delightful affair with 'the tor: of the First Baptist Church Solid Foam Reversible '

SPACE COMMAND grants be made up by individuals.The hosts and honor guest were members officiating. Burial was in Dyal Cushions
opening devotional was given of the immediate Reddishand Cemetery under the direction of

by Mrs. W. S. Haas, and clos- Paulk families. DeWitt; C. Jones Funeral Home. Colors-Aqua, BeigeSPECIAL

ing prayer by the pastor. t

23'veral Refreshments were served by the PadgettSappWedding

hostesses. Solemnized


Catholic Men The marriage of Miss Catherine
dia me>>
Padgett to Rudolph Sapp was
\. Hold $12995
mmenZ82 JointCommunion
solemnized Thursday March 9,
sq. BreakfastThe in Maniac Ga. with 'Rev. George

P at v r x; ofnctanzu Chasm officiating.Mr. .
!. men of St. Edward's Church Sapp graduated from Bradford Bradford County Hospital announces

ewinIlN. of Starke and St William's of High School in 1958 and is the following births: :

!; r9sF Keystone Heights held a joint now stationed at Turner AFB in .!r. and Mrs. William' Henry 3-2-PIECEKROEHLER; LIVING ROOM SUITE
Communion Breakfast last Sun- Georgia. Mrs. Sapp graduatedfrom Hall Jr. of Starke, a girl Nanette

day, sponsored by the Holy Name BHS. in 1959 and is employed Denise March' 10.
Society.The | with the Florida Develop 'Mr. and Mrs. Charles P.. Sapp Close-Out

The 95 -men attended the holy sacrifice ment Commission in Starke. Jr. of Lawtey, a son Jon Keith
NORFOLK Model F3311 $ $
$2 9 9
"400.' Space Command Table TV ea of the :Mass and preachedthe The couple will reside in Albany March 10. Fabric And frames ,
in grained Walnut color grained sermon on the second commandment Ga.Lake Dr. and'Mrs.. Robert S. Mullinsof t' 19995
Mahogany color or Ebony- color. of God and reverence Starke. a daughter Patricia Colors-Beige, Brown, Black -

\ f due the Holy Name. Butler Hosts Card March 13. Reg. $259.95

HANDCRAFTED QUALITY' PRESS A BUTTON ON After Mass, breakfast was served \ .
No production I cONTRotuMTMyavtundtoishortcuts. in the parish hall with Holy PTA County CouncilLake
,Hand. ,.._ 'change channels CALL FOR BIDS
wired handsoldertd in either direction Name President Francis: Meng Sealed bids will be. eeeired by FREE DELIVERY FR DELIVERY
Butler was host Monday the Council' _
Q connections for adjust volume to I welcoming members and guests. City the City of
greater operating t ) 3 different tewfc Michael Gilhooly served as master; night, March 13, to the Bradford- of Starke Starke Florida Florida, until at the 7:00 City o'clockP. Hallin "lt'1 A Fact You Can Do Better At"

dependability. t. --muti the sound and of I I of, ceremonies and Introduced thespeaker Union County Council of PTA's. M. on Tuesday April 4, at which
turn set on
time and place aU bids received will
A. J. Thomas, Jrn State An on the
interesting program be publicly opened and read. aloud DENMARK FURNITURE COMPANY
Representative from Bradford benefits"of short course was giv- on the following: ,
Choose Zenith Quality for the World's Finest Performs& TV County. He spoke 'on the 10 en by Mrs. Jack Shuler; president ,000 Regular gallons., gasoline, 'approximately. .

principles contained in the pre- of District 6, Mrs. Rosemary Robinson Hl-Tpst gasoline, approximately "
f amble of the American Legion vice president District: 6, o..on<' > gallons. OF STARKE
Above quantities for a twelve
WNKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE constitution. Mrs. F. C. Bowman, and Jack months period.
1 K The breakfast was' preparedand Shuler. The City of Sta'rke reserve the .
right to accept. .or. reject any or all
served under the supervisionof The business session was conducted '
234 N. Temple Ave., Starke, Fla. Tiny and Mike Guertin, Bill by the president Mrs. .S. bida. City Of Starke, Florida 434 W. Call St. *-": '/. : ,' Phone, WO 44321M.

I Soto, and Ogden Bates IIL G. Denmark. By: Merrill Edwards I-lt City U Clerk.3-30



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: Services each Sunday !n old 900 Block W' 'Madison St.
Former's DiaryBy our water pump,had i ?i.. L.:/'MA&e,. Ptster, Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Son I i Sunlay School '9:45, Jim Law-
., :: He blew out six I Rifely school, W. ''''. ra. lay School :n a. m. Saeraraen* i ?"on. superintendent.
Sam McGarvey ought toenough : Preaching; 11 a. m. Service 6:30: p. m. Everyone wl" Morning Worship, 11:00.
-, .water. pump. Evening .Service 7:30 p mBible -orne Training Union 6:15, Jim Hardens -
I stuay and Prayer Meetng Director.
""briar'- 'buds when we 'set plants are :in the '. ,7:30: .p m., Wednesday.. BETHEL MISSIONARYBAPTIST Evening 'Worship, 7:30.
/ out, so we stomped: 'oof them j and from tn.s time I CHURCH t WednesdaY Prayer Meetirir

lei's % that treatment usually ,hel ,the.leaf growers will I ,I\VAY CHAPEL Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morning i! 7:30
ve; Voir ftfjtfy However we see they stiU the; plants ferti ASSEMBLY OF GOD Worship 11 a. m. Training i,
< V good, so well stomp them insecticides, and i i D: P. Burgess Pastor Union. 6:30 p. m. Evening Service f$ TilE RIGHT' POINT for the
. By ,the t fte this is in 'print, several hundred citizens of I 4 .. l jobs. Bat one thing Sunday.School, 9:45 a. 'm. ; 8 p. m. Prayer Meeting each way you Wr te.: 'Cbme.Jja and jsptatyonr -
: Starke will have received i a two-page questionnaire from the : t Lots of. people differ on I I if' you can raise Morning Worship, 11 a. m. 'Ev n- ';Wednesday, 8 p..m. Everyone wel-J favorite ESTERBRfOOk
. Junior Chamber of .Commerce as part of a survey for a eating Quality of the !I f sell It. geiistic Service 7:30'p. m. Wednesday |come.-Rev. R. L. Lee pastor. ;, Fountain Pen TELEGRAPH.
.. community development' program. Some- like them, and some weekly prayer service. 7:45 .. .. __a _q. -,.- '..,. ,-
/ Those,who receive the survey should consider themselves Our berry growers really had a and usually those: who don't, !r
scare last weekend when'a I
:, cold outspoken in their, comments.r'of'J. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH FAST EXPERT
privileged to have a part in this important project and .wave threatened, but as it. turned i read with, ; ESTABLISHED 1879Florida's .
should, .by all,, means, take a few minutes to give the ques- 'out we had only light patches of book Florida interest an item '' I :COURT
on trees that '
tions serious consideration, answer them promptly arid re- frost' here and' there. j i the MENIER eldest weeklyXwspajx _
fruit' of tntr rsimn.o
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I Published
i 'Con-
/ turn to the :Junior Chamber. SHOEKbrHIK
"relishedliychildren; arid
/ The, berries set on plastic | by ESS tmn6'Uslyl'ndPl', The Same 1'
It. is gratifying to see some of the younger businessmen are 'possum and other animal:' Masthead SHOE REPAIR
of .the community taking an interest in civic affairs, coming in earlier than those 011' makes a tight little group, so a \ .
a and indicating ,a' desire to help plan for the future. They other wild-hay argument mulch in, and favor that of.plastic is an-. i:\ have to-be classed with the T E. L. 'MATTHEWS *

. should be encouraged in their efforts. and: nothing could Our little plantingill' net be'inlor ters. Editor and Owner 126 NORTH COURT ST.
give them, more tangible encouragement at this point thana a while as we have only a "
In keeping with the times,'
prompt response to their inquiries. few turning color now. Incidental. : just about SUBSCRIPTION RATES STARKE,. FLA. .
Since! th& questionnaire, could not be sent..to everyone- Jy we were. glad we set them out any man,novrapais TRADE. 'AREA. OUTSIDE'TRADE. '. REA
big string of letters alter
.- 3.00 ONE YEAR !.SO E. A. HALL, Owner & 1rtr.
onlY ;a sampling. of several hundred picked a t..random from at a place where we could'nter'them' name indicating the college: ( .is .. V'5 SIX MONTHS 2.00
1 the fcity directory-we reproduce below some 6f .the questions for they -got- awful dry after grees he has earned,.Sam has 1.0O THREE MONTHS 1.25
; asked so that others* as well as those who receive the the cold wind.. cided on his degree. From l Each Thursday and Entered as Sreond Class flatter While You
999 One
quedtidnnaire! might d6 'some serious thinking along this .. Plant City is in now with a big I, he wishes to be1' known as Post Office at Starke, Pla.. wader,. Act..of March 3, 1S79. ,_or, Day T
line McGarvey, D, W. P, [Ioet JO r '
bWhat.dp; you think ,is ,,'rongvjth .the, community? crop enough,' but we if ought our volume to sell Is ours large in t '. .- '. .. .- ,- ., .,- -.-, ..n. -- ___., __ _" '_'0 4 _. .; ,, _,,-I r,.",." '''' ... -..... ... ,

' 2.. What the most often heard complaints about the
are preference, as that would putdown ,, ,
:community? the, shipping distance..a. f' "
: i 3. What development would you think,. most desirable ..

: to workfor; immediately in our. community? With Alice's nursery* and the ..

e 4. If the community: is in need, of several social agencies things planted around our home.I 144iJ/
t which brie do you think is the most important? ire have the biggest and .oest as- inc.

: 1)). .'U .you i 1nr} the. community: needs" more industry, we so'rfment've i vef of had.plants"and The sweet, flowers peas I FrfendlyStores

what do 'ydu; think should be done to obtain it? are in all their glory; and one of ": t I
: 6.Vh t dp. think would provide: the best stimulus PETITES-JUNIORS
you them is dark navy blue.
; .a .. .
y I .
: for the c mmu itY'8 economy? iii ; fashion Drama
: 7.'hat small locally-financed} industries do you think It'"wilt be interesting see I ; U TOP YOUR

I might be started to process local l products? what: happens to. the proposed: .. DRESSESFor. Accessories EASTER

8. In, your opinion, what is the most pressing traffic field corn program' by. means of I j, ,:. '. f'Jijtf:; ; '., MARS HMEtIOW CALFHANDBAGS
: problem. and how should it be solved? which farmers' will be paM to retire -I Easter OUTFIT ,WITH A k r
land from 'production.I
9. What' is the best thing that could be done to attract corn .
Critics of this plan, and others ,, Famous Dress Names '
: tourists? i .
similar to it.get hot under the collar -I Henry Rosenfeld, Ton i .
: 10. Would more travelers, stop her if the .city's-- approaches : when they:thhik. ol someone j 1 i Todd, Hope Reed, Vicky StR&W

S were_ morel attractive- -' ? paid for NOT doing something. Vaughn, Kay Junior, $298
11. What isrthe- greatest. heed. in.. .the,field| -of health and! However .the farmel'S'.and ,their j ., many others. The finest Lilac, bone, seafoam or whitei _{
r" by
/ safety? friends, know that something: in fabrics featuring :
: 12. Toes! the scl1QQLp] rtttipate in community activities,? should .be done' to help farmers Egyptian Pima cottons. "CtiAMP"THE
: 13. What is the greatest single need _hi the area ofrecreation m this eountry-ma&e-'a. living.f R 4, the Loveliest The "Prettiest' .

1 I, ,for our community? A puppy .is cute, and of course I I Styles ; : Easter Bonnets $
1a two puppies are cuter.,But if one ; $198 to )98
. will chew up flowers tear up a i 'er- I IN THE PARADE "
/ These_ are a few of the questions, that Jaycees[ are ask- berry bed, litter up' the'place, and i 1..
: ing the people of the community to answer. We 'strongly do a lot more damage, then two ;

: urge, all persons who receive, a questionnaire ,to fill it in puppies, will obviously drive you $1.98to$4.98
. promptly, and return it to the Junior Chamber. For anyone nuts. So _in desperation we DRESS SHIRTS
: n6t. chained our pups, Fiddle and' : .. to .
else .who did receive a questionnaire and. would like : 4 ,
: "tQ get in 'the act," ,The/Telegraph will be glad' to 'publishletters'or Now Faddle the, to little a guy imps wire can't and'said get into: !I : ,:" : 'FINAL' FEMININE TOUCH IN WANTED COLLAR STYLES

comments. from any interested citizen on anyone mischief. $ .
1. (or' more) ''of the 13 point outlined above. These expres- .- I 'j ; 795 ; 610VISCinderella .A .

: alone might be, helpful to,the Jaycees in making their eval- But they aren't through yet.J ., a-:.'. ., ,. '..

I .uat op' of ..the' community: heeds. :They get the. chains sohoplesslyim&c ., : -' ,. R
10 A(. ny;: te-' vrTetW''by questi6nnaife i or Vtf'letterwe I$ ;that it, takes j a lot of patience "' \ lADjES-r ; J .
: ; feel that, ,now is, the time_ to air ideas, 'suggestions, and to get. them. free. I EXTRA FULL'ANQ, LACY $,1. 00 ,
a constructive criticism of our community and its needs. In I ..
: thf.first, rear: of a new decade, it .seems to us-that Starkeis The bug season is here again,i BOUFFANT z
being'weighed in the balance. Will the scales tip in favor as Sam can attest. When h : in from, the field his clothes are: J:
of'progress retrogression; ? We.strongly Relieve that they PEtTI COATs
often full of bits.of. straw or hay | .
: Vilj ultimately tip. on the side of p>ogress", but i it is going and he saw a bit of it on the ,I h .,. r'y. .. h'I,
: to take' much planning and much work by groups such as floor and tried to pick it up. It!: Layers of net and dace-50 s> '. F r 'N- Wear
the' Jaycees and others to make it so; turned, out to be -lhousandleg.1gt ., 4 l,, Basketful of Pretty
>r and Sam.,turned it loose( in a yards 'br more sweep F ... :' h With Convertible CuffsPANTS
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.- hurry.: --CohcJnjr' -- ,

.: Chance- To\ Be. Heard .,' .' ,' 4* In our berries.e4 we' found someKHBtHUPtM $)93: I Sizes =3'fo -nx. k1'LMajesty' $ 3 98 .

Another forum? for the discussion of municipal problems I $

i is, being offered by the recent decision of City Council to j98 Lip

: hold one special session each month for the specific purpose' i Her ; ,

; of hearing complaints-criticism_ (constructive or other- ...l. LINGERIE FOR GIRLS r E ...
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s wise)-and suggestions in general from ,the general pub FEATURINGBOUFFANT to "
lic.. These sessions, will; be held the fourth Tuesday night J'c D R E 5 S

/ in ach_ month.with. the first scheduled for March 28. $3.98 "
i It,will be interestin to observe: public response to these i SLIPS Up

; sessions at which they will be more than welcome to make fl, '

their voices heard. We wonder just how many will take advantage SIZES 3 TO 14 i "HUBlARQ"
That Easter look In
-Sunday ,
: of the Council's invitation? Traditionally, it has .. k
: been true that those to complain the loudest at sidewalk f the very best ,of taste. A. Handsome; :'

1 bull sessions are least likely. to take the time and trouble t \ $300 (little. bit,of lace goes a long' ; JJ Wasn PatternsPlain'N We r
: to speak their piece where. .it will,--- do the most..good-in front .. t ".... way t., pretty--.up these front or PIfetfed I
; of the' Council itself.In -NlBMd r charming cottons'. 'Dresdencolors '"
.recent years there has been much complaint about I '- -', and'.miles: of skirt .

light fates and other aspects of 'our' city; government, but tII.fltatr1IJkAcTAB .. j ;.:' ''''" for_her'most feminine i 'Easter." $7 98 I

e most of this,talking has been done .out of earshot of the ,I <. .:. ,. 4, 2 UTTtE GIRLS. .' _. ., e.or
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Council'itself. It has not been'dignified by being made an of- ; ;::: ';:0- faster t & $8.98

: fical! protest in Council Chambers. ..
IR:. t"wuul&atLPUo. : : MEN'S SHORT SLEEVE
: 'tio ftr+' 'Council) is, in effect, telling those with5 a, grievance HAT: _

/ "to j pt ts. up.orr shuts up." It will be interesting. :; to watch the m'ENI
/ DRESS StffRTS /til1urShirts
resp.ont\I -- LRfy and
peabInas per.la -
// >oertam b Jr o- HANDBAGS %S;i Craig Nobles wash 'n weal cotton in J fast look expensive!.

:= j 5 fabric! patterns 2 coifar styles' Sizes
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F4oToIarn .
f :

: E'er;time,the,cost of living reaches: a,,n '., peak, food SUPPLYI! j' { i

price! ; naijprrpart' of the blal.: Food comes from the ...s.dDI.fuI. carfridaI:: Gf ruftI.I ,,iIk'., $1 l98: ; $ \

i farnt: .N r;..-- Qitf is.easS y for the public to jump to the I tree'.:r lpeI\.... < : 2 :.3.00\
FlIes wrrtftwiik.o rot
: concIti aiQp j thaj/.tfce high cost of living results from high I ftfiUJ .
i farmFrt!' : 'The conclusion is false and it illustrates that .' ." .
: the farmer has a, tough public .relations problem. Ir I ... .MyAEI r ,.. ,.;;'.'t ; 3' ,,"

: It is tough to be accused of causing:living costs to rise,J DfG ,, ,: .. .l' BOYS q

when the opposite is true. Fact ik'that if riles at' ,the farm 1 ..teak SIaOOth w4l,1hb1, ': WHITE.. %:
: had.not held at'' a relatively low level over the last 10 years, C ....)'01 woutdII t ;

: the cost of living would be much higher. i I .+.peer.upeisitt troll only peal tiw0&Ki. + LITTLE GENTSfoster- S P Q ::1 z r I L 1 sE5 :v'
Take strawberries, for instance. At the market here i '
: Tuesday they were, bringing, $2 12-pint "flat": That is t t t x JA.t's'< -

: slightly less than 17 cents a, pint. Any grower will tell you 1 ,
it costs that much or more for him to put a pint of berries p"
:. on the market-and it would be interesting to know what I ;rI

that pinto berries sells for when it' finally reaches the t ; 7.lIU' p

1 eonsum., )thing-is sure-any profit that has been made With ,
on it hasn't been made by the farmer. f :, BO"Y'SrWashr'NWear We've$ got the new knits by
'.' "
There*')'as.much gnashing of teeth and tearing of hairon (vi BICBQY. ,tp.} Y ? R6b Roy-wash 'n wears that

/ a receht television program over the sorry plight of the Mao EoheiVd ti-$ ; S.J. ttt,S! f } ;V*f .-'.. are stwfe.d.with the..new fash-.
/ migrant farm laborer, and a' strong inference. that he was W taint tc$ CL,tC. : I ," s ; Ion' and come irVa galaxy
being exploited by the farmer. who wouldn't jay him a living III -car,raMan+,,as A. t..{ ; : > 'i/;('< By ta; < .:N=Dad" faster Fashion of smart stripes and pat-

1 wage. If the government ,"experts' would.take more interest <; f' I F Slim' andRegvla.rs
: in the far! 1e 's marketing- blems and'try to" find :i ; $1tOE O..RAMA terns. Sizes 6-20.

/ out who's getting. the gravy between the price paid to the Bradford CountyItLEGRAPH S : r
*"rfarmer and the price, paid} by the consumer, the farmer 4 \ $391't$898 $ no u Y. fe tufin;; toes, sleek! bows, ;t1'r& $ 9

mighlkbe-aaie\ &tpay better wages, and hive a little profit t 4' .. r#' In'' the\'tatest ipfihtf& colors; See
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Observes Year .
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J Members and guests of Ameri-- Tornadoes Take ; ., .
Mrs.: C. ,B.' oLub .
can :Leglon Post 56 enjoyed a '

.. roast beef supper at the..Legion :Family i ii Reunion is kii ALIGEALAA, BUSY ": TAv.E .N

hall Tuesday night in observanceof Diamond Opener Four, generations :were ,: reSent

,-the national organization's 42ndanrlrevsary. for 'the famflx.; re-union for'lrs.\ ,:

I 1ary''Wellli. t x.on' ,. Sunday; .
wIi1I March.. "5, at the 'hoine' of iff! 'and t (Formerly Union Tavern)' .,' .
:T":F.posE;received an honor: ribbon Bradford High baseballers start- to just two men gave up one walk J.
ed the new season off the right Mrs:John North' i1i){axvU e.Ftver ,
and one run to get credit for the ,UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT/iOF
ft : the State Departmentfor ;
q ; 'way by coming up with a 4-3 win of ,her;',six childre'nwere; :;present, .
reaching .the 100 .er cent win.Macclenny's 16 grandchildren -and' 10 great t.
over Macclenny in the last half of I
I first run came in I ; HENRY STEFANELL1 .' .\
"Irs membership' goal before Dec. 31. i the seventh in their first! game the sixth when Jerry Rhoden grandchildren.. Those'''present:;Were !t'KENNETH
Individual awards were made to Ben 'HigguibQlIiam. ;'Pauline JJar-'
> .
Wednesday: afternoon on the walked, stole second, advanced to
several members of the post who home diamond. I r I If ris.. Walter ''and Thomas latins, and MORTON ;.
.J! third on a fly ball and scored on .. f
assisted with the membership Gene Krapf Jessie Violet' ,
Starke was leading 3-1 In the a passed ball by'Starke catcher f ,' ,
drivel: Interesting talks were made: Godwin, Bob Bales an -Pete ItVil-
1 top of the seventh with two out James Fender. OPEN DAILY .. ./1
by A. J.. Thomas Sr, and: S. E. when Bill banks. Also celebrating 4 birthdays -
sophomore pitcher Starke's initial tally cam in the }I f (:
i Sparks on the early days .of the |Jackson who had fanned 14 while fourth inning when third sacker THI that day were Oscar'Har-'i 12 TILL 12 ., ;.;!,; I

I post : allowing only 1 hit, gave up three .ris. W Jter. Wellhausen, Willie
Eleven past post commanders consecutive and Lane Clark walked stole second Harris,and Gary Gene Williams1'Mr : 'Dance Every Friday & Saturday Nights -To Thf!Music
I singles one run.
and Fender got to first on a
were present on this occasion. With the score at 3-2 and two fielder's choice. Jackson then and :Mrs.'Bob" kolan ;and :. of The Rockabillies ;4 f.

( men on base Jackson was relieved I I I lion Robert, aai Bahdall Mal- :
singled to drive in his first RBI ':, -Added Features: Doris Morton, Vocalist- ,
j jI jI : Rhurs-of jjon- ,
Softball Managers by Marty Crosby who piomptly of the season. The second run Seville were guests '

To Organize Monday threw a wild pitch to his first came in the fifth when shortstop r > ,:day,of;Mrs..Battle;Nelaa and'Mr. ., $1.00 Per Person .' ;.
I s '
). batter letting in a run to tie the Woody Strickland walked and i and;Mrsvp.- J.1PairIsli'and family -

) All softball team managers or. i score at 33. Crosby then walked stole second Lane .Clark walked, t I ;'J'Ct';'.;tfohmantlfaimTy.jalned' i' "# "12, ..Miles, I West of Starke. .., on. .Route' t; '100'? ; .1_ e.. ..

; sponsors ,are. urged to attend an the man to lead the bases but and Fender singled to score I IJ I t I i the Bob -Nolans: here"ani" they '
? -
struck the next batter out to end J I[drove 'to Tallahassee to.tttsttrMrs.. ,
j organizational meeting at 7:30: .1( Strickland for his first RBI. $ : .
'1'''J. 'C,. 'Nolan who, Is a patient in
| the near disastrous inning. tally ,
p.m. Monday in the USO. Recreation The third came !in the _._"
I '
S director Bob Benner states : But the Macclenny moundsmenwas I sixth,when a fly ball to right field I "' 'I thelhospital: ihere&imdi of Mrs. r.

also afflicted with wildness. Nolan ll'b gla'dto., kno\:;' that, .
I the meeting will be important Iby i Emory Eunice drove in center
S very and gave the Tornadoes the game j! Senior track star Sam Gardner is making one of the Herculean :she will be able Jt.ocome:, home for
interested. fielder Franklin Tomlinson who
t 1 in slow pitch urges or everyone fast pitch ball to I.1 i.1I when sophomore first sacker Ken- I had tripled. ,. tosses with which he is almost certain to break his own 138 feet with a''week for the Easter: holidays ANNOUNCINGAppointment :/! .

be.'present. ny Terrell tallied on a wild pitch When all the ':action was: over I, the discus. Sam, who was also a star fallback.
with the bases full. Crosby pitched I "1Ias thrown-th discus! 144 feet In a practice meet this "
the Tornadoes had five hits sin-: already .
.. __ ___ _d____ THE .RIGHT POINT for the
1."I gles by .Jackson Terrell and ,year and repeatey! sails! it more than 150 feet in practice. I
.way youwrite.. Come In and 'select i
Fender .and a single and .triple ; Gardner has also thrown the shot put 56 feet 10 inches in practice .. :

from Tomlinson, but only three i,this reason, more than two feet furtbfr\than his record toss of 48 your favorite ESTEHBROOKFonniahvPen BROWN'S REFRIGERATION

{ strike outs. Macclenny had five j. feet 6_ Inches set last year i:I : .TELEGRAPH. _
base hits also but had 15
,Lee Co dill demonstrates the
Last yearB team captain stride
fan with which he set a school record in the mile run last year with a 'i I It
Coach Charles Francis singles II AsAuthorized
I time of 4 minutes, 45 seconds. Coach Dave Hurst says this astute II I
out pitcher Jackson for a fine(. I
M'I'L'Kgal. I performance in the '7 2-3 .innings runner Is a candidate for the" stale championship hi the" mile this year. Ij I r I

I he tossed. The coach also pointedto j t I I
i r tr Ihe fact' that though his boys I FrallehisedDealerC
Thill lads Off To Start
Strong 1
made only five hits, they .did. not 1i i I II I

strike out much either..

92cIce : I I FOR ,
'Lawtey, ,Keystone i %With fin Over Gainesville High The

1a' t f lean
: Remain In Deadlock t I
'- tuoyfoposfeiwmwnm... ERAI. e Eli tir.c(
j 'Bradford High cindermen started .-J :
In City Cage Play "
k, 1 Cream .i their 1960-61 season with a'i|'x j

bang last Thursday night with"'a' '

Eggs Bread Keystone and Lawtey icmain 9712-41! victory over Gainesville ; Nomea.wmleala, :

tied up going into tonight ,'.; game High School, a class AA cllT{ jtnuupordriMout.ziurtly W'u'! TH TRON'ALL.E'LEcTRIC

IThursday] at S p. m. when they a trial meet. 'I s '-'- T. Eaonomkettoo, _

; '.@ fnitkh life. Cottage Cheese will tangle to decide the League The Tornadoes altoweH I QHS % t 1 "penpoint"t6epM. ,,'

A athltt. only two first places, the 100, yank f "itheb it ill t
great champion. Lawtey beat the Jun- t r P 'neYdtdw without ; HEAT PUMPmm
; ,
forwinningwCl'l Orange JuiceS dash and 110 yard high hurdles, .-
iors 36-20 and Keystone won out it..Abtohitilycontoxic.flverb,000
'''If can't b. beat. and athree, way tie for first in ;! .Y :
over the Professors 3526. while

the Seniors whipped Presbyterian I the high jump. This gave the a F i put dot4-without '- ,""'-,
3019. :j Tornadces a 14-3 edge *n first ret+lling... Driea 1yeeonda. i \

i The Seniors led all the way in ''places as well as placing more ...Rube. 01' :I AIR F1IRN''k f.<:

than 'man in nearly I I -.aaiIr..c1aDi.r.
one every
u tu Ann EE VALLEY DAIRIES I upsetting Presbyterian. Bilbo 1 event. :- ir/ A '

Powell hit for 13 points and Johnny 1 tool JOb ;, AND '

Devore racked up 11 tlead ;> Sophomore speedster F1 eeman cADftAi.;. .1 1 1I I. ,",, '. "
; finished second in his ,,,
Register Ii
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: I
the Seniors. Dean Acker xvas high I :3atphaakiilid hbtoAl., ,

MtlKHOMKSTKADKRS for Presbyterian with ,7 points. specialty the 100 yard dash, !' tams(' ekalts! l CJft I AIR (ONDITIONING'6: ,
'h the fastest century j
though ran ,
= 'W '
O't Sthod Book
Lawtey set up a tight defense, JlPinl : I ,.
: of' his career at 10:3.6: with the ; : '
'" a'dtrina' '
holding the Juniors to J points ; : '.f" .
aid of a strong tail win I Gary : 'rs.n.l. t. .--. to. I\ ,'tr,.<"< '
I during the first half and led 17-2 a I .. .1 ,
.. / s > .f
-' I I Ash of OHS won the event with a ti, i.4;.,\I... ,..tJ ,
'at that point. They matched the -
-- time of-10l: SPfClAlOFKI' I Co/// For A 'Free Su iY :'of
.. i Juniors ibaket jto basket in the I .. Today
: TIIAT HAVE NOT SIGNED FOB 1961 j' 'Another .Starke man with ,a Paste Pert withTREElefHU. JI JII
second half to keep their initial i ;
H.|f\w I* 'lie Hut <>f Homestt-adrrs have not filed a renewal application fnr 19fll. If your name appears on this list. you will not be "lIPid and win. Tom Tatum's 16 PIa I : Home 'Business
eligible for the exemption unless you tiring your application to the Tax f and BUI Dickerson's 8 led Lawtey'while Hallie Seymour who last year In I your or ,
AHxeHRnrV Offie on or before. April 1st, 1961. Those applying for the I the state meet jumped 6 feet 2 .
1st time must come to the> office in person. [' John Pitts hit for 7 for the : ;" I i f
inches, arid who has cleared 6 : : :
Juniors. I 226 S. Walnut St. Pjione'WO
X G Hayes Hf'h"C'I'a Hampton Paul II Faulkner ;i j feet, 1 inch in practice this year, : .
Emory M John (it't"ll'gp'llIlams Charlie B McKlnney | Keystone and the Professors ... i '' r\:
11 L Johns K M Starling Colon Thomas i t played nip and tuck ball up to i very good, for so early in the.sea. xBradfOYdCourttTELEGRAPH Starke Fla. /)'j
Kernle Moody Joe Starling Norman E Thomas: 'I I son. Seymour cleared 5 leet J10 :: a.a 'j ,r,. .
the last minute and a half when 1
Earl I/enlJe AVltlteheadS'JlI l.A'aton 1T Morgan Jr. J II Strickland ..
Inches for tie with ai:
a three-way .
Johns IMelle Watson Undo\*>h i"kJOt" !the Professors were moving up on I' xi _
S Moody J I. Brantley Ernest Phillips;: two Gainesville boys last Thurs- '

.Roy Q "tonllni'lon'a I'nderhUI Lacy Conway ; a 26-27 score but then Keystone'sEarl i I .W__ _..,._ ___,__' ._'._._ 'T_ '. \J- I, .. ", .'<;.' .F.nullI\ .Mabry N f> HurneyKuford M W Lance Cherry stole the ball and day.Two
Vasco flodge Hutch OB O S wc.omb I other likely Tornado stand- I .
went in all alone for the lay up honors this '
Erne Kdwgrdu James MrD&Qiel Brady McLeod outs are last I year's team captain season. Q rt) .. .A74 .oe'.o.i ..e.fi .
E M Lewi Paul Parker William E Tllley Jr to make it 29-26. Keystone scored The Tornadoes boast 57 boys ,
senior Lee Cogdill In the mile and ; ... :
D C HicknJ Mrs. Merrill Prevail Robert A Coe 3 straight buckets to put the I ':J'
XV 'Thomasr Otis R Leach J (Oordon Wager Sam Gardner another senior ':who' out for track under the watchfuleye '. .. .
> E Hazen Merrill Prevatt James E McRae game on ice and: insure their tie ft '
Samuel B Smith Koran O Brown Edward A Yancey I with Lawtey. can really sling that discussand: : of Coach Dave Hurst, includ- '
' O 0 Kelly\ John biggsO Carl L Johns muscles behind the seniors. : ;
W L get lots of ing seven One of the sen- S S. !
R R Morgan 11 Smith neorge T. It ivell Standings SHEPHERD'SINVITES :
,W II Morgan William S Saunders J M Edwards Keystone 8 1 shot put. iors is BHS's foreign student from ,
\V J Johnson Hanoe Thornton Carl W Irown 8 1 Gardner last week tossed the Norway, Steinar Lorentzen whoplaced ,. .*>
Lawtey : :- -
ReddishL Shelbert Rosier W Thomap *
George J =
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discuss 144 feet to break his 1960 second in the mile run last
C Sapp Milton D Carter Y TJ Klrchain Professors 6 3 :
n L Sapp J O Sellers\ I>ivid Gunter Presbyterian 3 6 record of 138 feet. He is almost I Thursday. uS-. YOU,TO :1 .

lt E Yarbrough Brute Tyson DInah Tyson I certain to break his new record as i Last Week's Results .... .
2 7
Carl Thornton I Ernest Dell D L Thomas Seniors
Ray A Salazar Elliott Tyson Florence Clark Est I Juniors 0 9 I he regularly tosses the disc over I HIGH HURDLES 1 Smith f* .'.

R Eldon I. Reddish Sapp (Mack'laraI..n: Leonard\ Uenrv Arthur W Tllll Bryant1v Jr Schedule for Thursday night. i 1150 feet in practice. Codgill also !,GHS?, 15:8: ; 2T.. Smith BHS, I I I. '. .

II Brown Dan llankrrson James Reason March 16: Seniors vs Juniors, iI i won his event easily last week j18:6j 2-Buster Hughes, BHS. "
R D Reddish I. I) rireeni Richard Sanders 'i he Ash, I )I
Pro- with a 5:05: mile. However )100 YARD DASH 1-G. i' mB
Mary Norman \. S. Bradley Charles Hudson 6:45: : Lawtey vs Keystone, 8; 3
Elek Lehoczky George Lewis Carter J, T. FalrotothIx'onxrd fessors vs Presbyterian. 9C5.:( [ covered that distance in 4:45: last 1 10:1.5. : : 2-F. Register. BUS, 10-; ,. ; "v'Vlt

Evelyn fSrlffls Marvin E N'oegel) V Moore' I i year and is a candidate: for state jt3,5 I :'3-M.- Cottle, BHS. '
Fred fagan) C A CrumInez Mrs W A ColleyLontrenia MILE RUN 1-L..CogdilJ, BHS, COME IN AND SEE A:SHCW OJf 0
Leo DeSueRoonevelt Illghtower and !Smith: i ,
TV1I Effle( R Wooten p F GoolsbyFdward -- 5:05: ; 2-S. Lorentzen BHS; 5:10. -, !t ..i1 ,''Il
Guy Harrington Lucius R Williams Plake Jackson J1I .
880 RELAY I-BHS (Seymour,
MeRae Tom Marks Lee ,
A R Ruth Landry E:3
Marlin Hodriquft Damp Cohen J"e Grlffls wiuttt ;iMcLeod, Register Malone 1 1:35.7.: : I

Jfnnln&tarling 11 Abernathy George Rehaner Cuffee Clark William{.\'dla Lane LaneS :.: :: 440 DASH 1-R. Dugger. BHS. I 51=. .

L H Outlaw Mrs. Harriet 0 Cooper .1 M Edwards Jr _V- {: :: 57:4: ; 2-B. King GHS. 1* J!', :
Carlos MusgroveJames C F Leach Samuel J Strarhan I .1-- 180 LOW HURDLES 1 B. -, '
L McCormick Charity Tucker Joe FrasW r : *JO:3 jur rain fliaa t AlICWj
*,200 T how
Mary Fenton Jack Williams Ella >'ie Perry SENSATIONAL$ 1 Hughes BHS, 23:3: ; 2-T. Smith. : !, ; tI.

Ed Parrlsh Arthur Graham Est n.-\ Pre?! colt.. Jr BHS. 26-6; 3-1. Martin BHS, .. *JfJOtJE'1IfE: IS DGNT' *.3:11 jOW at WtCKE .
Mante Crew XnrmanSolpIo! !Singrttnn '>,slea M wClen .
N II Starling Elizabeth McCoy Est A OrlfflsVawo !' ( NATIONWIDE 23:7. ]2:OJ! TtOfll (#t0>QuflqS *3.30 F11aR TriSE IaaI3IhQLD .

Vernon. LStarlingIonlo' Jenkins ForpvthRfAert ,4 \.: B80 RUN 1-M. Darby, BHS *,1 aYOU *000 TO 1ti
Mark firlffla Otis K Leach HalstenRov 209. 11 _
2:08-8 2-D. McRae. BHS. : "
S J McGarvey P \V Oraudon Crlfffs: < ; .
Leon WllkersonArvls Melvin .\ Summerlin Leonard O Johns Jr. \GUARANTEE 'SPRINT MEDLEY-no entries. Sl L'OUDON1'1CNOW'WBATYOU MISSJKJS 'I' ,

C Klrklaiid Joe C Rloks Laura 'Alex ndt.rKstella '. 220 YARD DASH. 1-M. Cottle : l Rc1hW aOOL9RTV' "
J S Sapp Jr HenrjFa tier Glbba En I .
HerbertJnrman Era Godwin Ralph P-r"-i aU on newGOODYEARS! BHS, 24:5: ; 2-GHS; 3-J. Ma- .
W U Reddish W C PowellVolley .*nsrus! Han j lone,.BHS. JtIG HN l
W H Green Starling Henry R HlnsonII .:
:'MILE. RELAY 1 BHS. (Oar- .
c Jj C Hllllard A R Johnson! 0 Suctions .II. .
R Pearson Robert O Green Dzi4 !Su'llvan' -
Oliver lOAD.HAZAI b?. Register McLeod, McRael .,
Thomas 0 Swannr John OId.HoM..n \ H Perry ,
LIFETIME' ouAirrfiUAlANTH ,,, ,
3:41.6. Jr.
> pi Thomas C H Naworthy W H' Maxwell (:.
R L Presoott Thomas X Lyons C A Cox ,". :DISCUS.. 1-S. Gardner. BHS. ) .
Edward Le Massey E K TannerCarl aid Kp'II"v'! 'E-: I .
Rattle CarterS Ritch William H Hall Jr "Mow 'than 60,000 Goodyear [dealers ,nerving you in' all fifty > 144'; 2-O1: Combs GHS '123'2; .--1 .,. ..

M Brown F."P Tlnly William H Hall states are ready to noaor JOUr Goodyear Road Hazard and 3-T. Gardner, BHS In'3.":.4-S. .. ..
I'talph''Ist'' Clarence Hntrheson Clyd HerwyHarvev Quality Guarantee! BH3. 113'6:' .' ." .. '
Minnie Mae Johnson Frankie Hazen L L'nderernod 100.-: .
Reid Joseph E HUdobranCorin Wm F. Herndon Sr MORE PROTECTION THAN EVER.FOR YOU BROAD JUMP. 1-L. :Walters &, -- L'.. .''
Allen Puller W Drake ..... ;:
Marl J Robert 18'10-2-C.McUod.: .'.BHS. .
Haiti Abraham Ella Mae Tucker Virginia E SlbVy 1. .*... Hfliorrf Oumntac AlTnew Uifatta,AioimlM-All : ;1,'' ,
Martha Robinson, Willie Ed Mitchell Mary Plnvm Et1 'Goodyear"automobile 'tires 18' 7 3-4; 3-Itiel B... Hughes -. .:: : J.e J..
are. l.
Wilhelmenta Goodyear uiJare : '
Celia Roklnson Fdwsrd W McCormick guar- 2I
Franklin Jr Mack Lane guaranteed by written certificate BHS 1T10. ,'' "t' .
Robert E J Lewis Dt ed'at.iDlt any de- (.I),. J;,' _" :
normal Road Haxards 1 S. Gardner
Clifford KellyJ Mary BennettROJS Clifford WardenJames axamst e., fi. in workmanship and SHOT .rrr. ; "; '
W Harper &".I.ee fihentRoca Byrd blowouts fabric' breaks, cola-a- without limit I BHS. 48 1; T. Gardner BHS.40'9M -r--'' -c--= .__.,.' ,
Sam Prown Uggette r.ttHeVn Fon1"n D--b."on apt repairable punctures. Guaranmaterial u -- ,
3-Combs. GHS 40'S-; .
John Pauline Devore K William JljI"01ot' por..eManu..1 tee limited to original owner for to tUne or mileage ; : td _
McNeil Leona Ella Matthews T R OrlffinErnestine: R. ThOmaS BHS. 38'6; '. ; ,
"number 1DOStU-JpCcifri.' .'< .
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v-MeJta Harmon L Et. I rtha Smith : '.. -. .:
tie .
HIGH JUMP. three 'way a.Wh.i.r
James .llountonEdnarfl :.Vlloroer Williams14.( .*** aid Disability 'Any Geodyetr'dtaUr v9 rtfair without chugs, matt .! '
or '
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WlllIAtnSlrrf'd name Mr JJanle Mott BHSr Manning, GHS; :
I.w.icr #. a hero tin hud M erigaal ttttd depth ttnudninguU Seymour- ,, ,
J*' le Gulon Iah Nettles H ,
: Coy / *'". > tunttt "Goeijttr Sri Joe Reed'r: p:Z!Bak r Thelma StarllnRLaura i' ..- \' :
S T Starling .Jr, '..I:5: "-'Ramfl' and Joe Williams l.i-Ic 1 Finn NO MONEY DOWN with old tires t POLE VAULT, 1 I. Martin. : ,. : ...' '. 1tYtcmmRcoIo1TV ,
e. ,
your ,
Frd Smith .l''J-R Chasteen Jr Mrs R A Oriffw Est '11' ,2-w Walters BHS. ,_ -.ii. '
BHS, : 9"
George J Entea Leona U Sapp O g" BradleyJosephine I ., .
F.Uprlloft -3-t1.Sllcox. BHS 10'. .
Arthur Lee I.: I. Mathews m fj ? ,' .:
Go.oDIioa' r '
Is&Af Duhart George' Kersey Marl Small the
Starke's next meet will .',
Naomi Tlftdale W H Sewell Charltv Tucker ,. '. .;;
in ., _
Relays .Gaines ,
T L Casey Jr Mrs E'Lennon A R Randolph University City > 1 "
.ea&IPsOPi...iloa .Ni0.. ttlaiae.b&A.'... tllR ip.io t
ySAit aar'
F8 Campbell R A Green Ella Parker _. ville next Saturday at 2 p. m : : ; 'Il'
Alma Belt Broward Akrldge Mr. Leslie Sllrox t! 'iSHEPHERD'.S .Jack Crawford W S Melson Pelva C fleece I s. i
,W.rfey Crews Mrs A H Johns Leila Mundy '
Peach! Crawford Fred Pellum Mrs E Lennon nnnMA" .N'S &iiion I THE RIGHT pOINT' for the CI S l ; ;' Phone WO 4-6901 412' Eelcat.st( .. :

Darvin D Barber Jr J D MathewsJame.8 Mm Vld- P" .I .- ,.. in .-and : fr. .J. r. ... ,
A .;'b way you write. Come tee Starke Fla"I; -.
W T Crawford H ChittsVlotorta Mack -Y.- GOODMAN .. : ? .a.it'e
Arnett Thompklns Thomas Arizona[ Mack OP M. K Iect your farorite ESTERBROOK fS .'.. -, '.:',. -, /!! A ;01,' ,
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Train-Auto' Crash Register Gulf Takes I :WILL'HER. I960.' INCOME TAXI! PAiD FREE? IS WOODS -FIRESThe I graph.(SEAL) -

First ,Place In 0 Dated this 2 day of March, IHl.! I"" (lotMnr
Tofcds Lives Of J Florida Forest SeTice re- i Charles A. Darby, ALVAREZ' STOREMen's 111,1

Midget League ports 0 13 fires in Bradfoid County,0 Clerk By Marian of the L- Crosby Circuit Court. 1891S ,I II

Couple Infant I I during the past 10 days, with 43 I Deputy Clerk

Andrews Drugs came from 5 .acres burned. Due to continued I 3-' '4t 3-30

I points down in a low scoring bat-'' I dry and windy weather, ,extreme
An automobile-train accident at tie to edge Court Shoe Repair II. County "lId.C .rt. IB '.lad I STRAWBERRIES FOR SALE
f out I caution is urged: on the part of For Bradford Coantr, FUrldn.
Plant City last Thursday after- by one point 11 to 10, in the all persons burning trash or doing In re; Estate :of George' A. Hlbbs.l .

'noon took'the lives of John Eston Midget League. Register Gulf I controlled burning. l I deceased.NOTICE
Clark 32, l his wife, Leona Mitchell I knocked Local Finance out of "a 1j !KJeorge I A creditors. Hibbs of the estate of U-Pick'Em I
', deceased hereby Quart
possible first are -
| place tie by beating. CARD OF THANKSWe -- Kc .
I Ir
i i notified and required to file
Clark and.,an infant for whom j them 7-6. These games were the -r ; or demands which they hat anyclaims

they were caring. lowest scores of the season as the ; iIWL are sincerely grateful to I against said estate in the office of

Mr. Clark was born at Lake three teams tied for first battled .0 f friends .and neighbors for their,:i' ty.the county Florida.judge in the of Bradford courthouse Coun-at 3 Miles East of Starke Road 16 V A
CUr Dec. 21, 1928 and was the ( kind acts of during ''Starke.
to win the title.. o ... many sympathy Florida within eight calendar .'
son of Mr. and Mrs. Willie Lloyd I Court ., I our sad bereavement. Our' months from the date of the 1I
Shoe looked if '.
as they first J. R. WAINWRIGHT FARM
publication of this notice. Each
Clark of Brooker. We
was a veteran I would run away from Andrews as appreciation cannot be ad quatel.rexpressed.The claim or demand must be in writ I

of 'World War n, and was they scored 6 points to Andrews' ...",.. ." I family of W. T.I I ing and must state the place or
""" -w1
employed as a truck driver with k' 1 in the first .. .... ,,, ,,..., -4... ..WasdilI \ I residence and post-office address of
period. But Greg / ::" .>.., I the claimant and must be sworn to
;i. lumber company in Plant City. Reddish came alive and scored: 8lof ... .....,.,.>:/. :."'''''' :.. I by the ,claimant: his agent, or his,
He was 'a member of the Loyal : I NOTICE TO BIDDERS I attorney, or it will become told according -!
his 9 points in the las; threeI 0 to law. Chevrolet &I

Order of Moose in Plant 0 City, anda I I quarters. The game was, tied 10 ..'," Sealed bids will be received until February 27, 1961. Oldsmobile
Murul L.. Hart
Baptist. all with a minute left to play Motorist Mrs.,Thomas Charles fills out contest blank which: may March 25, 1961 on not under 0 Executrix of the will of

Besides his parents, he is sur when David Maruca sainc a lt>ul pay her family's entire federal income tax ,for 1960. Contest is 5, shares and not over 14 shares I t i.\ Hibbs deceased. George

vived by a' stepson. George A.I shot to put the game on ice .for sponsored by Bay Petroleum Corporation to promote its change of Community State Bank of( First publication on March 9. 1961 AUTHORIZED
in brand One 3-9 4t 3.30
Mitchf'U'Clark name. hundred prize winners throughout the nation
Freddie L. Clark; two Brookr brothers and,I his team. Andrews won three>out will hue. their income' taxes_np to $2,000.paid.. for them by the Starke stock, including building I SALES PARTS 9 SERVICE

,oil .company -which expects the total costs to be; round $%00,000. I I I funds. Mail bids to Box 823-G,,

half Jlmmie brothers W. Clark.Sammy Starke; Clark two p 4:30: Church p. m Sunday near Brooke in Dedan, Baptist with- .?Blanks_are available: ,at all_BayjsUUoas>> is this_axes*_ \0. I I Starke, Fla. 2t-3/16: ?o Our Shops Complete and Modern

Brooker, and Elzie Clark, Miami: Rev. L. L. Parker officiating.\ Burial f MISSIONARY BAPTIST i

two sisters, Mrs. Mary Ryals and was in the family plot in .De- 4 of points.,their four Johnny games by Westfall a total and of C.Active Jones Funeral Home. Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Morons RA D D T C CHEVROLET AND
pallbearers E.
Miss Mamie Clark, both of Jack- dan were Lacy Ct666HELP 1
Cemetery under the directionof Paul McLeod ted Court witn 6 and Silcox, Gerald Griffis Allen Ches- T8hp! il a.m. Evening D IV J OLDSMOBILEGreen
sonville: and two half sisters, Mrs. DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home. Service 7:30 Prayer Meetiflfach
p.m. Cove
4 points. Williard Springs Ph. 3033
sar, Lyons, Wesley Lyons
Effie Hodge.
Brooker and Mrs. Pallbearers 0
were members of A- Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Every.
Local Finance ,
ran 6-0 -
up a and James Harris.
Cassie Home, Lake City. merican Legion Post 56. Military in one welcome.-Key. IT. H. Mottpastor. '-, ---
score. the first half butcouldn't
Funeral services were held at rites were conducted at the grave.' I
hit in the second half as Frances <
Wasdin 76
-- .-- J I Register, scored their 7to;: *in,the I '
It 1K' B D'
AMBULANCE ,ball Dies Thursday 0.
SERVICE game. Wayne McLtod led NOTICE TO DEFEXD _J;: _.: ,.: R

Register with 4' points wh'le Dale At Waldo Home :0 In Circuit Court It mil ford County. ,
PHONE WO 4.2600 Florida In Chancery
0 Crosby had 4 for the;losing cause. Xo. 12-960 20 Words or less, one time _...
.. Case | __ .85 Memorials, Resolutions ___.,_ 5c word
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home Local Finance arut'couri Shoe Mrs. Frances Dyal Wastiin 76, John T. AViley, Plaintiff. Susie I I IWiley | If not paid In advance ________.. 1.00 --- pr
will play off the second place tie. Defendant i I'!1 -- {Cards of Thanks, up to 50 words __.::.,.. 2.50

DeWitt C. Jones Registered Funeral Director All teams will play in an exhibition died home Thursday in Waldo, March after an 9/extended l'at her To: NOTICE Susie Wiley TO, APPEAR whose residence :. Keyed or Blind Ads -----____.-:___.... 1.00 Over 50 words _...____?_____._ 8c per word

Starke, Fla. game in the high school gym, illness. Born June 30, 1884 -at Gra- and You addre are= hereby L is! UNKNOWN.notified that a I,I I Each additional word' over 20 -__--___ 95 Display ads in Classified ____. L50 per' inch

0 Saturday night at 7. ham, her parents were the late suit for divorce has been filed -
Rental Service: Hospital Beds, Wheel Chairs, Crutches Standings W L I Oscar W. and Prudence Mariah gainst you in the above named 'a-I ISIiED FOR APARTMENTHOlTbE SALE FOR REXT One store building, OtT OF TOWX OWNER
1 furnish
and cause and you are required Apt. and one small unfur- MIST .SELLtt
-I Andrews Drugs. .. 0 4 2 Murhee Dyal. She was a member serve a copy! of your answer or baths.Six apartment Two 21 rooms 5 nished house at 321 Temple. phone 2 BEDROOM HOME With one acre
Court Shoe Repair3 3Local pleading to the coniplaint on the: Works tress P. O. WO; 9-2981. tfchg lot. Carport & utility ,
of the Baptist Church and had Plaintiffs Attorney Joseph K. Skipper I 210 N. Cherry. See ewmeri .. R. finished and room. Newly

I ;:::-:.....,, Finance 3 3 lived at Graham all her life.! 221 Florida Title Building, Bnlliagton. WANTED Full or part time basis I f6,500i Low partially peWIt Pay..t furnished.

Register Gulf Oil 2' 4 Besides. her husband. William Jacksonville 2 Florida and file the) Tfchb1OU covering 100 mile radius of Starker, Will consider a trailer In trade
original in the office of the Clerk S selling tangible item for one of 2 mi. north on SOI, turn right first
Thomas Wasdin, she is survived .. of the Circuit Court on or before the; CAN SAE MONEY oldest and largest organizations of! road beyond Farmers Market; 7th
Yulee Canady 39 by two daughters, Mrs. Estelle 10 day of April. 1961; otherwise the AND GET THE BEST FOR LESS. its kind. Write Pevis Shell Homes, i I house on right. ttchg 3-16
allegations of said Complaint ,Trill I WE ALLOW MORE FOR YOUIt, P. O. Box 44, Palatka, Fla.:, or call I
IsVictimOf 0 Gunter of Waldo: and Mrs. Evelyn be taken as confessed by you. i OLD APPLIAVCES. EA8V TERMS.!! EA ;3-7914 Itchgi i'' WE NEED the .following back issues .

Brown of Tient n; one son, Eddie This:! notice shall he published I (i. J. MoGHIFF, GE DEALER i of Tlia,Telegraph for our.files:

Heart Attack Wasdin, Waldo; two biothers, once each week for four C0I18I'cuth'e.' Tele-: RADIOS REPAIRED FARM Dec 23:i, 1938: ; May 7. 1959; Jan. 7,
weeks in the County : mo
Equipment ; 21. UGYoLII 50
: All Make All Mod li For pay
Irving Dyal, Graham, au" Lee i Reasonable : cents for .flrU two issues of these
Charge Plowing -
SATURDAY Yulee Canady, 39, of Camp i Dyal, Ocala; four sister?, Mrs. __ S SHEPHERDS RADIO and T\ 0' dates brought to our 'office-Bradford -
MARCH 18, 10 A. M. Blanding died last,Friday as the Annie Billiard. Trilby; Mrs. Mit- I YOU BUY THE BEST I Inman Greta, Owner j 0 Planting: County Teiegrapr.-
!i .u i: i<;. Call St. Phone WO 4-6901 INDUSTRIAL
result of a heart attack.: He was tie Hilliard, Pompano Beach; Mrs. WHEN YOU BUY i I Starke, Fla. Equipment For Every Job FOR SALE rhJ1d'a play pen andnU1'IIt'ry
seat. Qood condition. Phone
stricken at his home. during the Gladys Strickland, Seffner; and WO 4-0173.
. THOUSANDS OF ITEMS! night and' died enroute to 'Brad Mrs. Ruby Britt, Ocala; 11 grandchildren WestinghouseAppliances i WE HAVE a new lon. program for j Superior Tractor Co.

ford County Hospital.Mr. and five great-grand farmers. Loans of 1 to 5 years I Phone EV 9-6772 !' FOR RENT-3 bedroom nicely furnished -
TV I house with carport. Far
& for the entire .
: Canady was bora in Mon- children. mints ot the farmer and his rlqul! fam 5353 W. Beaver Jacksonville !I couple or with an infant child. InQuire -

iac, Ga., Jan. 17, 1922.:He, was a Funeral services were held at At ily. Gainesville Production Credit I at 732 N. Thompson St. tfchgFOR

: ALL HOME veteran of World War 'n,, having 2:30: m. Sunday in the First I Association (20 North Main ;''I For Rent :3: room and bath nice
HEAVY EQUIPMENT APPLIANCES p. North Florida Gainesville, Fla. .fch ly furnished cottage. Available Feb. i RENT Furnished'2'bedroom
BATHROOM SETS served in the Navy,,and was em- Baptist Church, Waldo, with Rev. I I|11. Phone WO 4-2261, Margaret How- !I house. Gas automatic -water. heater
DRAGLINES ployed in the National Guard I I I tfchg and range;! Nicely furnished
: IN COLORS Henry J. Jarvis of Waldo and Supply FARM EQUIPMENT j Grounds kept by owner! Adults. II!

BULLDOZERS. ROOFING maintenance shop at Camp Bland- Rev.Nathan ,Modling of Jacksonville I t Bulldozer overhauled, International, tracks rebuilt _TD14A_$300 FOR SALE Acre pf lake and 1 Lake St. Call Mrs. A. F. Sauls, WO
i ing.. PHONE WO 4-2113 I Bulldozer i acre of land with 3 room cabin. 3 45744. tfchg
TRUCKS officiating. Burial was in,the Ali-Chalmers] HDJ I I -
PAGE miles
FENCING Surviving are. his 'wife, Leila family- plot:in Santa Fe Cemetery 224 N. Temple Ave. 'I winch. overhauled" ,tracks_ rebuilt 301. Inquire Baldwin Starke. 100 Grocery.ft. off Geo.US FOR :KALE -"- New bedroom house .

Dixon Canady; two: daughters, under the direction of DeWitt C. Starke Fla. I' Tractor ---Ford--- --Diesel.--- 1600 u J3.000 hrs Ellis. Rt. 2 Box 53-C: :3tp 3-23 Small; down payment rest like rent
Phon WO
BUILDING MATERIALS Joyce and Kathie'and;/ a son, Ray, Jones Funeral Home. 0 -------_____ 0 11,600 FOUXD Wheel from I 4-0393. Itp

all of Camp Blanding; his mother, Active pallbearers were Lloyd ""You Can Be Sure- I Tractor 3-Pottoin? Ford Plow 740,1100 JohnDeere200 hrsJl,200 Owner may have same by indentlfit trailer.I-!I! SYLVJVNIA TV'sSalej

Mrs J. H. Canady/of. Monlac: Ga.; Dyal. Lee Dyal Virgil Hilliard If It's Westinghouse"FIT&JUSTTHETHIMG Rick Rake, Ford _______.5180 I t cation ST 5-3731.and paying for this ad. Call & S n1ce

PRIZES! BARGAINS! three brothers: Theodore and Harold Hilliard and Elmer Stokes, 0 2 Foid-Over-Wa)' Frame Harrow.and Blade Ford ;,._Ford_? 1200 J220:!:! H,I ftp 3-16J j I j i STARKff RADIO &: TV

George. Can dYf Jacks
0 H.:; Canady; 'two sisters, Mrs. and %-row Planter. Attach. i II chair, coffee table. Call WO 4-6973 FRIGIDAIREAPPLIANCES
Ford ____ J2401:! ,
BOB BISHOP, Auctioneer Alma Storms, Jacksonville, and'Hieatt Heads l 1 Rotary Hoe, Sears- -_-_ ._ .- ,.-..--.-$110 'after wppkeTtds.5 p. in. or any time during 1)

Mrs. Geraldine Green.Callahan.He Front End Loader, Sears __, $160 ,0, Itchg S

BIDDING STARTS PROMPTLY 10 A. M. was a'member'of the Baptist i, Chain Forage Saw.Harvester Sears, Lundell__ __-_-_-_- $$60(00I I i I HOME FOR SALE-By1 owner 7'' FOR SALEFR.V3IE HOME. Can

Church: AIr.Force. :2! Fuel Pumps .: .- ___________ $120 1 room, and bungalow on corner lot. Carport II t, be lilks.financed. End of Euclid St. 3
1 utility room. Near South Alton Rd. J. W.
tennis on
I |
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Mill, Gehl __--$220''court and Thomas
Funeral services-were held'at 11a. play grounds. 431 Center I tfcbgt
,' Contract FOR FAMES'WWE i praYing Equipment, Sears ___.$751 i l! St PIu.n.O t M MMMMMMHMI MWM MMMMM a B MaMi a MMMH
i m. Sunday in the, Oak Grove OfficeMaj. 0 :20! Steel Windows, Rears _._$150 4-3351. tfrtigj i; FOR SALE..- Rutgers Tomato

La Rue Baptist Church,. north of Mac- I THIS GA CAN LIGHTEN) ,1 Aluminum Roofing Sears I FOR SALE j I plants SOc per 100; M Per 1,000. F.
Corp. __ ___ '
48" x 100', per roll -- -- $55 Ready mix concrete concrete block I I F. Fiume.McGarvey.. -
denny, with Otis Yarbrough of- LewisV.. Hieatt has been BUSY LIVES 28"x 100'. per roll ..._ _----__$3 p j irctm-ii. fence posts sand. -
& i* Call FR 2-4056 Gainesville i MiUr mix, cement.//
ficiating. Burial was in Conner assigned as Air Force Officer-in- 2tchg 3-16't'll-ierock rock steel, j I
Roof Gravel. Phone
Green Cemetery'near St. George,
Green Cove
Springs i UO4-2521 1. Bradford
Charge, Wood-Ridge Plant Office Engineering
_,__ 0 0 11 Ga.. under. the direction. 'of. DeWitt- Aeronautical. i' FUR SALE-14 ft. fiber glass Cris- Co. tfchg Petunias, Pansies, Alyssum,
I Craft boat, Super 10 Mercury outboard FOR RENT Furnished 'efficiency'ottag ;'i Candy Tuft,: Daisies, &others.
p \ Curt .Wright Corporation, 0 motor, trailer with winch.0 ,' for bachelor. Modern and '! tJ.
$300. L. A. Baker Rt. 1 Box 462 ; S. 301
Wood. N. J. He is the 4I attractive. Good neighborhood. I j ,
Ridge, husband I Keystone Heights Phone 4636.Strhg: .
I4 US 00 mo. Call Mrs. Rt'nner.YO 4.1 I
:WE !hi of the former Mary Lucile .S 3-16 ,!I 5744. tfehgi I! 2 mi. N.of LawteyFOR
CI-IALLENGEyoU --' --- '--
Torode of Starke. IS FIND TillS TEACH I' FOR RENT.- Unfurnished house
.'*' The Wood-Ridge Plant Officeis Please pass this ad on to some! at 210 E. Adkins. Phone WO '-1511.i : SALE 3 bedrwm home,
teacher or principal who lt I > ambitious -:i tfchgj I Crystal Lake homeeltes.: Lake
Drive a new Galaxie, then try to be happy 0 responsible for the administration to earn at least (1,000 this rights. wall: to wall carpet. Good
"' % of substantial Air Force contracts Hummer. We have positions in this SEE YOUR :SHELL dealer in LawS )j \vell.. Phone Keystone Heights 4203
< area with minimum ley for fishing equipment and Itchy
a guarantee
0 with car anywhere near its price with Wright Aeronautical S e up .
f' '. .ny .. S to 1.050.; May start: now. Qualifications worm" lIp 3-30 j I ALL TYPES
Division for materials and At least three
.k1' 'r.. '.A-f ) i
teaching, good work habits and ex-
+; J ices. Hieatt will I
Maj. head
.1. a staff Calvin Johns WO
mmbination phone
0 .- ..... cellent character. The teacher select- I property at 217 E.
.';( of 70 career Civil Service .em ..d will\\ find this work highly pro. P-ownlee !St. Starke Fla. Contact 41441. tfchg
..M-w who I I fessional and profitable. Write glv- I owner at 6950 Rollo Road Normandy !! 0
ployees are specialists in R.I I Subdivision Jacksonville, Fla., or PEYTON FLORIST
'ing details and tel. to R.
L._ J, J contract administration production CIAL Page. 1143 Mary St., Rm no.202, JackBonville ), pnnn? ?.V 4.6 ut.! tf chg1 I I! 119 rliONE0 8. THOMPSON 4-4151 IT.I .

industrial 7, Fla. llchg'' i;
relations, and I FOR SALE Wooden typewriter |i, JV10HT WO 4-3881 e.r WO V-lfSi
0 quality control. : desk and swivel office chair.-Mrs.i IJIIJTUCTn'y "LOWERS
___ Prior to :his assignment to FOR SALE Queen Ann double!i W. E. Middloton. Ph. WO 4-0601. if I j i i M H WIRE FLOWERS A5YWHEBB
bed with! excellent innersprlng mattress 0 tfchgJ
Wright,'Maj. .Hieatt has '" '
held '
i- and Simmons box springs. FOR RENT 3 room furnished a. J
ONRANGES Drewer and chest of drawers. 1 SINCE UNCLE SAM Is taking a
ous positions with the Air Forcein partment. Utilities furnished. L.: D.j!
i Dagwood bit out of Income-
easy cHair with otterman L. A. your
Green, Raiford Rd. Phone WO 4.
; ___ Europe, the Far East, and the Iaker Rt I Bo* '4W/ Keystone 1232. Itchg,I[ remember; you can save both time
"" -0 j .. U. S., specializing in Air Force I 1 Hrieht Ph"ni. 41S.: :Stehi 3.16 .----- I j and $" if you see your Chiropractor -
0 0 ', : Fir-r; : first. Chiropractic restores health
;: procurement. For the :past, four 'FOR RENT 3 room apartment. FOR REXT apart- i j after everything else has failed.
0 0 '0 0. / 0 II years he has been assigned to Klectric ,kitchen.\ Christian couplenly. ments. Cloxe in desirable Also house Phone the Bolllnger Clinic today
; 4o.j .0 oAPARTMENT ,Phone WO 9-1545.:; tfchg I for rent or ale.. Very easy terms. I I 426 N. Walnut, Starke. Open evenings -
the Orlando Air Procurement I :510 X Cherry St. tfchg [ Up
; I __
1{ District, where he was Deputy A. J. THOMAS UK4LTOH I
j 1I 0 ; I,
( Chief of the
.I. I Contract' Five acre lot, 1 ,mile pf city limits. ,
: Division. 320:: feet pavet]
j I S :Maj. Hieatt and his family will* RANGE ; !I L Two and and make one-half me an acre offer.! lot near Engraved BusinessStationery

---- I IfI' reside at- Fort Lee. N. J. ,: ,' Bethel Baptist Church. Price 11.00).

; 4- REG. $139.95 .J i:.Eight 8. SOU acres Price worth 4500.00.Starke' ont 0 500 Letterheads 1.

1961 Ford GtUsie dub.Vktark' I' BAND BOOSTERS THANK Equities furnished and unfurnished I 500 Large Envelopes!
0 SUPPER i homes. 11,800.00, and up. i
",-...;...:;f'I, : l CONTRIBUTORS Now $Q9.50 I Several exclusive individually designed 500 Business Cards

)' The Band Boosters Association homes In the 117,000.00: .to FINEST:ENGRAVING

.0 Take.the. Galaxie Challenge Ride !then get cur Special March Challenge il' :(expresses thanks to thoswho .. terms.$%0,000.00 class with. reasonable.' I, ALL FOR 48.05
If interested' call: A. J Thomas
c j!contributed supplies and services Tel. WO 4-5701. Plate Included
I for the successful 36" STANDARD ;
. t You'name it-no car can match the '61 Ford See how'much' more. j'last Friday night:pancake Aunt Jamina supper FOR SALE 14-foot fiberglass II' BRADFORD COUNTY

Galaxie! No other car gives the Thunder. / : Pancake ; fishing outfit with 7U HP- motor.I i TELEGRAPH
.. you ': j Co., Dixie Lily, Ccpeland I Shell Station. Lawtey. 4tp 3-30 .. -

bird's fiery: V.8 engine the Thunderbird's you get for your tradedwith :.J Sausage Co., and Foremost RANGE -- COLONIAL- FLORIST 0 I Complete" 'fee- Service- j !SEVER TOO LATE TO JOIN

own unequalled brand of ride and Dairies. Only F. T. D. Florist in Starke. 0 VEXING CLASSES for adults. AU
response" :::1. our Special/ 0 REG. $169.95 Flowers wired any place. Flowers Pruning Bracing De-Moss j subjects. Credit If wanted. Writ.

i ,and all at the low price'made possible byFords -46 111I; ... 0 for, all occasion locally.' Phone lug Cavity Work Tree Removal -;jLHrector.WO Box' Jl>0. Starke, or call
WO *t-ttll. Kant Non. 'St. tfche t 4-3071, or visit Adult Education -
volume production! We dare yon to ; :' THE TraDsplan ISapp' I( Office. USO .Bids for addi-!
drive the Thunderbird of the Iow.price field JUAiiilll CRAL' MGE'' 5- S CHt'HCIIof Now $139,95HURRY FOR RENT"'; Turniahed apart- Tree tional information. Negro adoltacontacr
Surgeons Sctoot
) a principal RJE tfchg
Near ,
_ 0 ..... this citr is considering the possibility ments. Reasonable rate
; we challenge you to'match the deals we're A' ? f .. .. of relocating.: If you have shopping center. Phone WO '-%iJl1or I PETE SAP Owner
two to four acres of land which call at 213 S. Cherry St. (Shell''STAEKE : WORTH THE TRIP
making right now! You name h-ear or deal )'Ylr AT feel |suitable! for a modern church you Oil Ce. Office. PHONE wo ..S9 5I I,| Mobile Homes Always below
-GalaiiecanbeatiL plant please contact tfchg I For Expert Tree Surgery Call OarAgent -
oa.iw. -.w I
TUB BCILUl-NG market and clean.
4 P. O. Box 587 'boneWO11 Temple Phone WO "3965I j i

: 0S _
,.: 0 A FEW LEFT 710 Lemon St -- Patttka 1 FOR SALE Modern ccncrete 1 mi. SE of Keystone Ht.&
I : .-n CALL FOR BIOS block residence. 4 bedrooms 2 Route 100
." .. bath kitchen living room, dining on
rJ 0 < Sealed btd : will be received by Furniture Repaired, Upholstered -
the City Council of tht of | room and Florida room. Partly furnished 0
Check Your Ford Dealer's March Falson Too : ; lOft HALE S h4 **i '&.ell'
Money Saving Deals if in
Refinished desired. On U. S. 3)1
,, Starke, Florida, at the City Hall in & S ,
city limits. Large lot suitable for i ."... Uu...... ''''r.. ....tUII1I,
Starke, Florida until 7:00 o'clock ;
PtI sat .itIde .
P.: 1L, on:Tuesday, April 4, 1961, at MATTRESSES REBUILT :commercial or private use. Contact laad.ep4.Pit. Priced t. aell. 1115 Pratt nit.becie
TERWILLEGAR.MOTORS which time and place aU bid received Nc\ !nprSprJngs :, E1 RACcho Motel, WO 4-2S01. Itch*': St. PJkoM WO 451Hr "WO 4-SSli.
will be publicly opened and I and "Box i!, .. i,i tfefc*
read aloud on.the following: Springs INCOME TAX 5ERnCE11Ionda1' j I .
Furnishing a twelve months supply Dr p. Us ft Card or Call 1 thru Fridays after S p. m.i I I IFOR SALE Apartnieat size ston.tpholsterecf .
of 7.504 to.10.000 pound of chlo- I AU day Saturdays. ehrom diaaett suite,
2V06 W. MADISON ST. TARKELAf riDe in 150-lb. cylinders, delivered .?PAIATKA EA .al88 Charles Hutchesoo, 521 Pratt St. I automatic }''..ti chon. washer
.$ I to Starke"FloridL ? STAEKE WO 4-5964 WO 4-W5 Utchg 4-1S 1 vanity, Phone WO .-aiff) fter 20
i The said City reserves the right p.m. .- t ', itp J-ri

r } you're interested in an A-I Used Car be sure to see your fordJ Oaaltf-l to' acept or reject any' or all bids. UBS. PEGGY IR"t.t.P.R..8tarU, A.'TEDR.. N. or L.: P. N. Nurse I I
Clty -" ""* 0S AfCBt for relief work. <4< days a weeLI LE. R.'l. f'LT ::. Pt J.aQ' :.eon-
'-4 >- : : /* By" Merrill Edward, CftyCittk. ..
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FAITH. BAPTIST CHCBUULawtey TTY.YYTYTTTTTTTYYTYTTYYY YVYVYVVYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYVV workers. I I at Jacksonville Beach last week- meeting in Jacksonville' Thursdayand

Bible A. school E. Ma&sey, lU ft., Pastor m. BROOKER STATE FARMBy sweetpeas Arrangements were placed of pansies at vantage and end.Mr.. and Mrs. Walker Woods. attended joy a Friday.four day The vacation.Mr. children. will en

points in the party rooms. Refreshments to business and visited .
and Mrs. Walker
j NEWS Preaching 11 a. m. By Shirley GreenAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
of cake and coffee friends in Tallahassee one day
Evening Service, 7:30 p m. Mrs. O. E. CrosbyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA spent Saturday as guests of Dr.
Bible were served from a beautifully last week.
study and Prayer Meet decorated table.Seventeen :and Mrs. Bennett and Dr. Jelks at
7:30: Little Cheri Godwin has been
;( rig pm., Wednesday. Mrs. A. I. Mann and daughters
I Naomi and Sandra, and Mrs. E. Parties Are Given I guests enjoyed this confined to her home with their camp at Lake George.
BETHEL MISSIONARY'BAPTIST I .HIWAY CBAPEL B. For The Hardins'Mr. j delightful occasion with the honor measles.
Crosby visited the R. C. How-
Methodist Church CHURCH I ASSEMBLY OF GOD ard and R. M. Groover families and Mrs. J. W. Hardin guests and the families of the Miss Barbara Bates and Spanky

1 Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morning D. In Jacksonville Thursday.Mr. were honored with a reception at other employees. McLendon, students at FSU, spent MITCHELL'S"Family
Schedule for week of March 19: Worship, 11 a. m. Training Burgess, Pastor and Mrs Edd S. Polk and the Madison .Street Baptist Stork Shower Given I the weekend at home with their Footwear Specialist"
I' Sunday Church School} 9:45a. : Union, 6:30: m. Evening Service Sunday School 9:45: a. m. Church For Mrs. Schweem ,
p. Morning sons Mrs. C. J. Tetstone and after services last Sunday parents. Jarman Shoes for Men
E t m. Morning Worship U a. m. 8 p. m. Prayer Meeting eacn gfiistic Service Worship 7:30, 11 a. m. Even- children, Mrs. Marvin Stokes, and night. Ed Lawson assistant A stork shower was given at the I, Mrs. Ann Snell of Starke was Jarman Jr. for Boys
a Snack for MYF 6 p. m. Youth Wednesday, 8 p. m. Everyone wel- I I i.esday weekly p. m. Wed- H. B. stokes of Starke attended Training Union director, presented community club house Tuesday, the luncheon guest of Mrs. Walker Rhythm Step, Vitality for Ladies
:( Meetings. 6:30: p. m. Youth Choir com .-Rev. R. L. Lee pastor. I prayer service, 7:45: the afternoon of last for InfantsOn
funeral services of Mrs. Essie s Hardins with a lovely silver week honoringMrs. Woods last Thursday.The Orthopedic Shoes
S rehearsal 7 p. m. Evening Worship H1G11LAM Wasdin In Waldo. tray as a token of love and ap- Herb Schweem. The Square Gainesville, Fla.
; 7:30: p. m. A nursery is provided SOUTIISIDE CHURCH OF teachers of Bradford and
t I Mr. preciation for their ...
and Mrs. The
f at both services each Sun- CHRIST BAPTIST CHURCH Alex Williams and never-tiring party rooms were beautifully -'I Union Counties will attend a -
I son and Mr. and Mrs. Julian efforts in the church. decorated in a color scheme
day.Tuesday 3 Mi. S. on 301. I Sunday School ft:45: a. m. Green and son of Jacksonvillewere Mr. Hardin has served as dead -.of pink and blue. -
Study Course viorning
sponsored Sunday Bible Classes. 10 I Worship 11 a. m. and weekend guests of Mr. an con, Training Union
I a. director and After a number of hade i
by the Woman Society: will ; 1:30 games
p. m. Prayer
l", be presented by Mrs. Rutland of m.; Assembly Worship with theLord's j j j Wednesday, 7:20 p.Meeting m. each Rev. Mrs. Dave Green. congregational! song leader in th been enjoyed, the hosteses presented To Complete Our Files The

'. ;. McIntosh. Covered dish luncheon Supper 11 a. m.; Evening I George Chum pastor. Everybod Mrs. Robert Bigham and family church, while Mrs. Hardin servedas the gifts to the honor,
12 noon followed by a short business Assembly Worship, 6:30: p. m. I wwcome. of Gainesville and Mr. and Intermediate Sunday School guest in a beautfully,,, decorated
Wednesday Bible Classes Mrs. Johnny Chamberlin of Eng teacher and Sunshine chairman bassinet.
J'1 t i session of the WSCS.
H. 7:30 p. m. land of the Sunday School Telegraph Needs The Following
': Wednesday Story Hour for HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH were the dinner guests of department About 50 guests' enjoyed this occasion
I: CHURCH OF GOD Sunday Sunday School 10 Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bigham, Jr. They will be moving to Jacksonville with Mrs. Schweerc.
Primary Department, 3:30: m.
t p. a. m.. Morning and family Sunday night. soon, where Mr. Hardin is II. D. Club Notice
Prayer Meeting and Bible Sutdy Sunday School. 10 a. m. Morn mesage 11 a. m.
Training Union Mrs. Mattie Barry spent the employed.The The Home Demonstration Club
t' 7:30 p. m.Thursday. Ing Worshin. 11 a. m. Sundav p. m. Evening Back IssuesDECEMBER
f : Evening Service. 7:45 p. m. YPB message 8 p. m. weekend with Mr. and Mrs. J. R, office staff of the accountIng will meet at 2 p. m. Tuesday in
Prayer Group in Service Monday Bible Joy Club 4 Crews and Mr. and Mrs. Billy department at the State Pri the club house with program planning -
I Wednesday 7:45: m
Fellowship Hall 9:30: a. m. Chancel p. to 5 Hendricks in Jacksonville. son gave a for the
p. m.Wednesday surprise farewell partyat year as the featured
{ Choir Prayer Meeting FrIda) 7t45: p. Tn 25 1958 )
I: ,. rehearsal 7:30: p. m. Prayer Meeting Miss Annette Green and Allen the home of Mr. and Mrs. topic. All the ladies of the Farm: ,

PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS 7:30 p. m. Choir Practice 8:30p. : Messmore of Ocala were the Charley Oakes in Starke honoringthe are invited to attend this meeting.
LATTKB: DAT SAINTSServu.'f"t MAY 7 1959
( ; CHURCH m. Pastor: Merle L. Packham. weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hardin family. Members of PersonalsMr. ,
each aunaa: m old A. L. Green. the staff and their families and Mrs. George Rivers of
4 I Masonic Hall on E. Call St Sun Sunday School 1C a. m.; Morn enjoyed JANUARY 7 1960 \
t MADISON STREET BAPTIST Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Roberts of the occasion with the honorguests. Graham visited his brotherinlawand ,
flay School 11a.. m. Sacramem ing Worship, Jl a. m.; Evangtlistic -
Service '::30 p. m. Everyone we- arvices. 7A T>. m. 900 Block W. Madison St. Starke enjoyed a fish fry at the sister Mr. and Mrs. P. SCrews -
,I' com* "Come let us reason together." Sunlay School 9:45.: Jim Law- home of Mr. and Mrs. Edd S. Polk Games were enjoyed and during last Sunday.Mr JANUARY 21, 1960

t \ ion Superintendent. Thursday night. the evening Mr. Hardin was pre .and Mrs. Lewis Marton

; I Morning Worship 11:00. j Elaine Howard( of Jacksonvilleis sented with a loving cup engraved visited relatives in Green Cove We will pay 50c each for the first two copies of these
SATURDAY MORNING I Training Union 6:15.: Jim HarI spending a few days with her in gold from the office staff Springs last Sunday afternoon.

\ I den. Director. grandparents, Mr. and Mr*. E. B. to show their appreciation for the 'i I Mrs.. Ellery Manning Is on thee issues brought to our office.

1 !, Evening Worship. 7:30.: Crosby. outstanding work he has done. H .sick list this week.
MAR. 10:00 Wednesday Prayer Meeting Mrs. Paul Harris and sons of was also presented
1 0 : a certificateof Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hardin and BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH
I 7:30: Miami are visiting Mrs. Rosa Kelley -
.. ,
this week. appreciation from his fellow daughter, Debbie visited friends
18th r 1 A. M.H -11
Mr. and Mrs. Lavone Mauldin
,i and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Blauton of
High Springs visited Mr. and Mrs.

SHOWWILL Y Cecil Melvin Sunday afternoon.Mr. IT HAD THETO

and Mrs. G. Y. Mills, Jr.
I of Monticello were weekend guests
II of Rev. and Mrs. James Temple. .
I Bob Johnson of Gainesville
,I visited Mr. and Mrs. Guy Harrell DOLLAR

I I j ,, Saturday afternoon.Mrs. ,
"KILLERS LEOPARD"AT Mattie Barry visited Mr.
The fast, dean,
I and Mrs. Eldon Hardy and daugh-
clay to paste..* ters Saturday in Starke. GOES
THE Rev. Cuthbert was guest speaker -
DONB at Dedan Baptist Church Sun-

t day in the absence of their pastor
No meB8n Tcr kala
FLORIDA THEATREThese who is ill. The Cuthberts were
fan apordrieaout.
Economical,too.. .' dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. DISCOUNTNOTICE
"penpoinf'the paste B. Crosby.Mr. .

FREE Shows Are Sponsored By exactly where it w and Mrs. Edd S. Polk visit-
l needed without ed Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Stokes in
The Following Merchants: waste. Absolutely Starke Saturday.

Terwlllegar Motors Andrews Drugs paste Bontoric.dots Over without 5,069 John and Stanley Green and --::-- -,'- _:, : ,_ '_ ";' .:_,- ._:._ c _-::. __', .-, __- __:: _:=L._ _" : = _;:.....,,.::::::_:,-. _'-"::_"'::_",-, '- "
Don McVay of Miami visited
206 W. Madison St. "Wlnn-Dixle Shopping Center" refilling...Dries ia Misses Linda Jolliff Nancy Head- We have discount-priced and re-marked almost item in
i WO 43381'0 4-2311 seconds...Rube off every
leyand Linda Green, students at
Kofh Drag Store Local Finance Company I easily,cleanly. Florida: Southern College In Lake- I store along. with our New Policy of Permanent Discount Pricing

161 E. Call S:. 116 N. Walnut St. I 1001 JOB..l 'land Friday night. They attendedthe I ., ";' .
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WQ 4-4401 WO 4-0101 or 4-0111 0lADE s EASY annual Founders Week BalL. <
%% ScnpbMksandPbotoAVtumj.PickjjeitndGifl Mrs. W. E. Bigham, Jr. and
ri Denmark Furniture Co. North Florida Supply \1EJq, Billy and Mrs. L. C. Wood visited ON SOME ITEMS
454 W. Call Bt.! 2S4 N. Temple Ave. c..=:.:a1 Wrapping School BookPARENTS'
Mrs. Jimmy Whittle and Mrs. YOU SAVE A WHOPPING You ON MANY ITEMS
WO 4-4S1
WO 4-2113 'to>.' Coven Arts anil Cnfls. Friday Lester Hardee afternoon.Sr. in Little Jacksonville Mark : SAVE Something On Everything

Starke Builders Supplies, Inc. Underbill Drive-In Restaurant
215 E. Washington St. 367 N. Temple Ave. \ SPECIAL OFFER Whittle returned with Mrs. Wood \\ .

WO 4-4201 WO 4-15S1 Paste Pen with ,.' for a visit.
Rev. and Mrs. James Temple HALF LADIES $1.00 BOYS $1.00 BOXER
fimmy Moore'a Sun Sports Fred's Marine Center FREE RefilBradford.. attended the State basketball

I 245 WO W.4-5791 Madison St. 884 WO N.4-8801 Temple Ave. play-off Saturday.Mr. in. Gainesville Friday and SLIPS BLOUSES SHIRTS SHORTS S Sfor

County and Mrs. Edd S. Polk and
WUllanw Jewelry Ac Electric' St'f1,8IU Mrs. Marvin Stokes visited the
N w. Can st.WO 213 E. Call St. TELEGRAPHMONEY Tom Wadsin family in Waldo
5 12-13

I I : 4-8311 WO 4-4921 Friday Lake Carl Butler Roberts night.visited and son Mr. Curtis and Mr of. 2 $1. 8Se 6 to 16 BSe 4 for $1

( ( E. B. Crosby Sunday (Itemoon. I

-'h i ii i family Mr. ,and Mrs.Mrs.Mary Earl Green(Greeu, and and Same Convenient Locations Shop At Our Nearest Store-No Long

How Mss Patricia Thomas were Sunday .
night dinner guests of Mr. and Trips Same Tremendous ValuesBOY'S

E I) Mrs Frank Tinney in Gainesville.
I to / 7 .. '. '- .
E Mrs. Jane Tate and son Randy, --"'- -- : -c;
{ of Gainesville visited Mr. and
j i Mrs. J. H. Sullivan Sunday after .
_ Make

i r ,. \ ) / noon.Miss Juanita Stalnaker em- POLOS Pedal Pushers Underwearfor GLOVES .

1 ;f Moneta. ployed with the hair stylists in
It Tallahassee, was home for the

'IIl''I 'vi'i 4 and weekend Mrs. with W. Stalnaker.her parents., Mr. 2 for 5Se a:z9 96e 3 $$1.00 86c| '

: Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Sullivan and
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family of Gainesville visited Mr. I

1 \ \. and ily Sunday.Mrs. J. H. Sullivan. and fam- : Same Friendly Sales Girls To Serve You Self Service If You preferMEN'S

,; Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Stalnaker of

tf f m Bt. White visited Mr. and Mrs.
: W. C. Stalnaker and family Sun- $1.29

; day.Mrs.. L. C. Wood and Mrs. Earl
Stashed away in piggy bank, jar I or teapot HANKIES
Green and Cherie were in Lake- PajamasLADIES
you probably have enough coins to start a savings land Wednesday and Thursday of

account with us-or add to the one you, last and week Mrs. Marvin as house Fletcher.guests of Mrs.Mr. LADIES for
97C ? ?
CHILDREN 31 C and 88c 3 c
have. Why not make the most of your spare '. Green rent-Student attended Banquet the annual with Pa-her MEN'S CHILDREN'S .

.. .. ,,, .. ., .
change? Bring it In: Money on deposit here daughter. Linda, at Florida South- <:"-e: : '' '':: ; :.2: :: : ;': -

........ ern College Wednesday night. e
makes for Same Liberal Refund Satisfaction Guaranteed Or Refunded
t money youlIlll ; Linda was an attendant In the Policy Money -

"Miss Southern" Queen contest

.,., and also rode on a float in the
I parade Thursday afternoon.We .
c wish to express our heart
"-..-..,' ,.,..'., L,c felt on sympathy the loss of to their the Clark son Johnny family -- This is NOT a sale This is NOT a clearance

,. "1 ,. ,, ,, '.,,, ... last week.Bitthdu .
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,<- .',{."': "i';<::: l'"'' ';:...., "i. ', Party an accumulation of odds and ends. ..
.,' ... ......,..:.;.,':.:..*.r ::to' .Q. .t': "", to -i A birthday party was held Saturday

._ .,.,.:......_..'. ,vk\:r: 'i'J'; .. night for Ronald Polk son This Is Our New Everyday Policy Of Permanent Discount Pricing
.. '. rS' .. : Edd S. Polk, and
., ,. of Mr. and Mrs.
A ... <. ', ,t..,,>.\. ..N.. ...: :",' .'.."".... ,,..:......,.......$:". '.... .,.:,,;. "':;:':*;''>.:" "'t". Jima: Murray son of Mr. and

t. f:: Mrs. S. R. Murray. They were entertained

:.r2 =_" -" .:'__: :: l! d 1J: .' at the home of Mrs. S. BOTTOM
R. Murray by 25 young people DOLLAR
honoring Ronald's seventh and

Jimmy' thirteenth birthdays from

FLORIDA 6:30 to 10 o'clock. Linda Murray
of Miami Jixnmy'e sister served

_ -' .- drinks to the guests. Cake and ice 9 712 Davis St. 9 Starke 9, Live Oak
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: : : : : : ', cream were served by Mrs-FAd S. 9 2253 W. Edgewood Ave. B 9 Green Cove
1 11 if HIMONE n Polk and Mrs. S. R. Murray. at (next Springs 9 Waycross

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OF 29 BANKS OF THE FLORIDA NATIONAL GROUP MEMBEJt FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORP way you write. Come In and select 4 21st at Moncrief (next to Daylight) 9 Fernandina Beach

your favorite ESTEKBltOOKI

.. Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH;

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NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED of $2. Join today and dont delay theY got another "house : full of I

I because this fee may be raised CLAY BillBy baby chicks last Friday,' Now they THERESSA A series of studies relating to Sf CYPRESS n

CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY without a moment's n tlce.. The can 'really go to,workl: We love to Christ's commandments on Chris

club is endeavoring to assist "in* look '" Wilkinson's tian behaviour started by the
at John clicks was
Mrs. J. L. Strickland i By Ruth Griffis
By Ozora Shell community charity and make this! j. I' GARDENS
I iAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAlAAAAI every time! we pass the house sponsor at the Gospel Tabernacle ,

1 l .. . . . .AA.. A..A.A organization one of the greatestin where they are it_:seems you cans &AL AL AAAAAAAAAA&AAAAAAAAsgt. I ,.,..
-- -.----------------- : : Regular serviceswere ski sit ,
: I' 1 I Saturday night. ; waf"
the it thajajations i
: :t- ; e- city. We want to assist and seems them grow! Buddy ani: Nellie I and Mrs. David Brannen '
I Interne. h youth of surrounding help some of the suffering human are in order! We "go\ bur: frame: f Wilkinson's chicks are almost and son Of.Ft. Benning. Ga. visit-j i held Sunday morning and I lojsm1.Olpmt3p&lSP :
On Monday two students places that are designed for,adults I in our community therefore t climbed" Sunday for' 'oUr recent I evening.
senior '1 j !::fr.tj( :>ull no\?.,They' are seven ed Mr.-and Mrs:; Clyde Here ey and Ir
I of Florida A.and AI.Un v rsity began only.. ,Honorary members' present we are soliciting your member- news notes about Ruth'Ttfarr arid f weeks pW, II family last Saturday. :Mrs. Branjnen j

an eight. weeks educational included: Mayor 'W. T. Jackson,! ship to help us accomplish this the sickness in 'herf Jiilly. It is Mr.H rsey's daughter. Lan-
Everything at the
experience in RJE School. Miss Assistant Police Chief Brown, Mr. great aim. "Give to the world'the seems we, were not so" plain with ; cin has been visiting;
Overstreet, and Dr. Jennings. We the account, and-of air'thing4-f pastorium ,really looked much Herseywho ;'
}f Yvonne Robinson, major in elementary you have and the best will the Branneaa, has returned home.
If. education, will do her regret the Illness arid hospitalization come back to you." Our success folks took it that Ruth is ,the!cleaner and nicer Sundav. The ll j
'Mr. and Mrs. Hansel Dampierand
men' cleaned it. Saturday and .
( internship in the &th and 6tfi of Chief Riley who has is not based on the point to whichwe mother of the nine, pound boy1! I up visited

I grades with Mrs. S. D. Williams been so helpful to this committee! ;I have come, but'on the point Ruth did, not, have the" measles,j also painted the educational I son of Jacksonville !
R. C Dampier Sun- I
Mr. and Mrs. ,
as directing teacher. Arthur Luse, The next regular meeting till be from which we have come. On the mumps,, chicken:pox-or th baby'i building-until the paint i an out.

I social science major, will'have' his held on' Monday April 10. This basis of these-facts we knew that -although she was sick during I Congratulations, and keep the 1 day.Mr.. and Mrs. Rodney Hall and I IURAt j

I experiences under the direction meeting is open to the public, as the time has come for us to stop this time. The above named 'ailments good work. going. I Marineland Sunday. r A

c of Hardrick Taylor, teacher of so- are all other meetings. We havea gossiping and strive in the days were all among her grandchildren Grace Lang returned home from 1 sons William visited Newham, son of Mrs.j! ; .. ;i

p cial sciences at .RJE'high. Both message of legal and industrial and years to come to be more ani the baby belongsto*Tampa the last of the week. Her. will enter the Medical \,

\ are honor 'students, hail from importance to all of you.-Staff realistic by doing bigger and bet a, daughter' : But as all of you son, Earl, and grandson,Troy accompanied -: Clyde Hersey in Gainesville Monday:
Jacksonville, and are graduates of reporter. ter services in our community. grandmothers and mothers know,' her home and spent' where 'will undergo plastic ; Dependable -- EconomicalPHONE
Matthew W. Gilbert and New Strawberries Are Ready Audrey Mae Gibson president; the grandmother had to be, called the weekend here fie i
Our j
Stanton high schools respectively.. When strawberries are ready to James Carlwell, reporter. in on all of this to see that it'was;t Marclee Johns moved from Clay surgery and best on wishes Tuesday.are extended prayers that j WO 4-1301 NIGHT WO 4-2111

Other personnel cooperating in pick will you be ready to pick Carnation Club taken care of light. Now we hopeit Hill into the Pete BrInson house
operation will be succpssful. j DEPT.
them? Many of school] children is all cleared the CITY OF STARKE GAS UTILITIES
this':: program are: Supt. H. P. : our The. regular meeting of the up. Of course, at'Hugh last week., Mrs. Jimmy Ritch and children i

% Morgan, Principal Eddie Thomp- are from large families. that Carnation Social'Saving'Club will Ruth was just teasing when_ she I,. Ruth Corbert returned to North of Keystqre Heights 'spent Tuesi i T

kins, and Supervisor Ozora Shell. grow strawberies. "Have strawberries be held Monday,"March'20. at the "climbed our frame"-at least,! Carolina last Friday after a two day with her parents, Mr. and j
During the first two weeks they must pick." W? know she was laughing so' she co ldn't' with
.Reno Theater with vice-president weeks, visit relatives here. Mrs. Clyde Hall.Congratulations. I !
will have directed observation that this, but here in the county "We Sarah Morris presiding. All mem- have been much mad. John and Barfy Burmbelow i Attention Livestock Producers
to Mr. and
have schools and must teach. So The Herbert Higdon I
will include visits to classrooms at bers are'asked: to be present and family visited Mom Dad .Strickland
please parents' give us a part of moved to Tampa from the Clay Mrs. W. H. Hall Jr. on the birth! .. j jI
RJE and Bradford C uhtr. An W.ehad time have
on a glorious and sister Faye and children at If you hogs or --
I child's school day each day Hill section last of another daughter on Thursday I I
orientation period aid several your Freewill Baptist Saturday. It
at Bethlehem Clay Hill over the weeker.4.Received I cattle to sell now or in
conferences were held during! tHe please, as this will keep both of Church last Sunday. Mrs. Glermis seems that Herb has been calledto of last)week. She has been named
week. The interns are residing -at us within the law. We hope that Solomon will be the hostess for ; pastor a church there. He has a nice letter from Mrs. Nanette Denise. I' the please con- .. I II
of the
school children not being allowed been of Helen Lawrence of Keystone L. Packham tact one buyers
the M. spent
the home of Mrs.'Sophia Royal in are this"meeting. Mrs. Jimmie Thomas I pastor Long Branch Mrs. .
) Pleasant City, where they are..com to work with.. the migrant, of Green Cove Springs ircently Church for quite a few years 'arid I Heights: telling, us how much she Thursday at the Medical Centerin I at Copeland Sausage J

fortable and happy.: laborers because of the competition -' underwent surgery at Brewster he and his family were loved by i joysour feeble efforts to writea Gainesville with Mrs. Fred : Company and give theman t.

Citizens CommitteeTh involved. Actually to do I Hospital- in Jacksonville. Members. all. We understand this leaves the. news column. She says he always Dodd, whose daughter, Priscilla. opportunity to buy

Citizens.Committee for the this they would need a work per-, and friends are asked to remem- Long Branch Church without a looks to.see which class wins was undergoing a heart examin- your livestock.
mit from the county school supt. pastor but we feel sure another the banner in Sunday.School. We ation. Friends here are -ejoicing
Betterment of Youth met in the sick with and
: ber our prayers OFFERS YOU
RJE cafetorium with President and the. labor authorities. Let w l other expressions. W. Brooks, pre- will soon.be called. .r: appreciate, this dear. friend's in- over the fact that PrisciHa 'will COPELAND
get familiar with chili: labor ana Harry Taylor and William star- terest. If anyone else wants to not need '.heart surgery Js first ADVANTAGES!
Eddie Thompkins in charge. Devotion sidentA.. R. Jenkins, reporter. 4 'BIG
j write. us concerning; anything our ... .
industrial laws so that we, as par. ling, both of Middleburg visited : expected.Mr. '
was conducted by Dea. : Fiesta Club
I ents, will not be prosecuted foj the Stricklands last week. They' address is just plain old Maxville,
t, clarence Williams. A committee and Mrs. Sidney W. Griffis
A Post-St. Patrick's Day Record 1. Cash market : : day.
ol t eyery .
violation. Remember "ignorance and Jim recalled old times, suchas .
Fla.Dr. and .daughters of Starke spent
was appointed to contact Mr. Benne Hop will be held at the Water- I -
the law excuses no man. March log rollings and rail splittings.! and Mrs. Steadham were Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. D 2. No commission.
of theI Saturday.
concerning the use oak on "
\ 400 Social Club 'Fred and Lela Lang decided with us in services last Sunday
I Reno Theater for a recreation All members are herebJ called I 18, starting at 8:30:: p. m. The morning and evening. Griffis. I 3. Special consideration given to meat
public is invited to attend. A small We regret to,learn of the Illness
center for the youth of our com to be present at the next regulai], Time for evening services I hogs
donation will be collected at the regular pastoral services on Sun- of Mrs. Ada Phillips of Miami,who type

I i munity. Mesdames Givens and meeting at the Try-Me Cafe or L door.. Come out and dance to your day starting with Sunday School changes from 'l'to "8 p. m. this is the,mother of J. D. Phillips of I 4. Can furnish hauling for sufficientquantities.

l R Shell, and Dea-Clarence Williams Crosby and Pine Sts. Business oj r favorite recordings and watch the at 10 a. m., Supt. Robert Dell in Wednesday.: Training Unicn at 7 Crystal Lake. i ,

I will investigate the possibility of vital importance must be trans- Madison. Hurley-Gurley and charge; 11 a. m.:Love Feast; 6:30: p. m. Mrs. Cleveland Sullivan, is re- i '

r Poney. Mr. and Mrs. John Cummings 1 p. m. Holy Communion. The spirit Sunday School attendance dropped gaining her and hope I
l:: this request. This will help keep acted. Persons wishing to join strength we
for the was high all day. A special busi.: CALL COLLECT HO :2-3011 \
Ib I thank each member, from 65 to 57 last Sunday, that she will soon be completely.
DeSue, ness meeting of the church will
box of groceries. Clarence
ONE STOP SHOPPINGAT President. P. Cummings, reporter. be held tonight [Thurs. 7 p. m. and the Intermediate DO>J had to well.Billy 0 CLAUDE: PHILLIPS 0. THEHON HUDSON
Dampier, a student. at St.
CHURCH NEWS at the church. All officers; arid give up banner to the Inter- : PRESTON POLKCopeland
Johns; Junior College, Palatka,
members are urged to attend as mediate girls this time.
\ New Bethel Baptist Church, spent .the weekend with his parents I

KOCH'S DRUGS Rev. A. B. Vinson pastor, held business of vital importance mustbe Remember the Homecoming Mr and Mrs. R. C. Dampier..

l( regular service on Sunday starting transacted. Please remember services and dedicational serviceon Baptismal .services for seven i
:>ur sick and shut-in members.
Milton ,
with Sunday School, Supt. Sunday: March 26. Everyone persons were, conducted Sunday
-Harry Young, Layleadei, re-
Ellerson in charge. Morning wor- porting. welcome. We will look for you! afternoon by Rev. M.;L. Packham, SAUSAGE COMPANY ALACHUA. FLORIDA_
.I COSMETIC -a ship at 11 a. in. with music by pastor of Hope Church. _- .-11- :'" --&ruf -
the Junior Choir, Deloris Jenkinsat Antioch Missionary Baptist

Revlon, Faberge, Max Factor, Coty, Marcelle, the piano. Holy Communion Church, Rev: George W. Lee I

Yardley and Many Others was administered by the pastorat pastor, held regular pastoral ser:

; 3 p. m. Prayer meetina each vices on Sunday starting with fAREABUSINESS DIRECTORy--1

4. SUNDRIES Tuesday night with the Deacon Sunday School at 10 a. m., Dea. [ I
Willie Brown in '
Board in charge. All members are Supt. charge;
p, Best Selection, Widest Variety asked to attend. Miss Gtrendolyn 11 a. m. morning worship with devotion -

% TOYS-FOR ALL AGES Marshall, Joan Ann Jenkins and led by Dea. Clarence Williams . -
Graham returned from music:by 'the choir Visitors AUTO GLASS AUTO TRIM FLOOR AND TILE OFFICE MACHINESHancock
included..Dea. andMrs.'H. Deari CONTRACTORSBobby
; C' weekend --
RODS AND REELS FOR lESS tIeir'coUegetth&Past :and Bro. Dan Thomas who took Glass Typewriter
go .to the bedside of their sick Mauldin. Auto. Baker Trim
0 Auto
ic 'Marshall. Dea. the morning offering. Prayer' : L. Bryan
loved one, Pauline COMPLETE STOCK CURVED I Exchange
Our MAIN Business is PRESCRIPTIONS Our Large B. T. Marshall has been con-:' meeting will be held at the "homeof GLASS CUSTOM INTERIQR TRIM; TERRAZZO CERAMIC Smith-Corona Typewriters

Volume of Prescriptions enables us to give you the stantly by the bedside. He is em-, Dea. and Mrs. Andrew Allen,V Windshield & Door Glass ASPHALT PLASTIC TILE i: Clary Business 'Machines

I FRESHEST Drugs at tlie.Most ECONOMICAL PRICE: ployed at the Naval Base in Green I "931 Florida St., during tha week Replaced In Any, Make. Headliners Arm Rests i HARDWOOD FLOORING I Repair Any Make Machine

Have Your Next Prescription Filled at KOCH'S.Phone Cove Springs.Green On Monday March 6, Sis. Gertrude Car Or Truck 'Floor MatsUpholstering i Floor Sanding & FinishingFR i FR 6-5551
I Carter celebrated her birttflay ;- Lowest Prices 6-6762 FR 6-4445
Cove Springs.Mt. We Handle Saftey : 431 N. Main, Gainesville
.I WO 4-4401 for FREE DELIVERY Moriah Methodist Church. ,I at the home of Mother Mag- FR 62558. FR 2-3226 1939 N. E. 27th Gainesville I
gie Murphy. Guests included Dea.. OPTICIAN
!i -- .... Rev. L. H. McLendon paster, held1rj I and Mrs. Willie Brown and daughter 1314 S. Main Gainesville_ 1021, E. University Ave. Gainesville i GARDEN SUPPLIES
: T'
Carolyn Mr. and Mrs. A. C.:, I Beckum's OpticiansLIndsey
I Carter and children, Mrs. Sarah AUTO SALES & SERVICE Johnson & Paris, Inc.
Terrell and Mrs. Truely ,Allen, IMPERIAL CHRYSLER Complete Line of
Lenses Duplicated-Quick Repairs
C/'Jit Shirley Thomas and Marion Price.. PLYMOUTH -'VALIANT SEEDSPL.NTSFERTILIZERS Artificial
1rj \
-. .: All reported a delightful supper. Authorized Sales- Parts Service Filled Promptly

I :ti i@fI. :;::;:.. The honoree received many beautiful Refrigeration Insecticides-Pet Supplies i 22 W. University FR 63516i
'SoQ U.I C' K .. Hawes'PowersMotor
useful 'We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders'
Arata Williams -
... (&::">-.W.j1-A- ';:.. ,and reporter. gifts.. Co. Service Co. 224 N. W. 8th Ave. FR 2:0476 i Gainesville, Fla.'
,,:.' Bethlehem Freewill Sidney Leopold, Owner Gainesville Fla.
.. ,,' -FR 2-2561 I PHOTOGRAPHY
': ,.. ....,,, ....I; ". ". '. Church, Rev. L. tacKay pastor, Commercial Refrigeration- _
.. "' ..' ._-. ... '.: '.....-- '>. t'\-:., .. 204 N. Main. Gainesville GIFTS.WATCH REPAIRS .
'" Ui' '' t "'; ".' acti'vities Air ConditioningFrigidaire
announces weekly worship' Used Cars 312 N. Main. I Roy N. Green, Inc.
: ,Mon. 7:30: p. m. Faithful Ice Makers
FR 6-3400 Bill Barnes 1 Direct Color Portraits for Gifts,
I 4 Few Club; Tues. 7:30: p. m. Choir Sold And Serviced Anytime

.. / rehearsal; Wed. 7:30: PrayerMeeting LINCOLN- MERCURY Gainesville FR 2-392 GIFTS I J f Commercial Portraits
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:: : I Photography
; Fri. 7:30: p. m. Prayer:, COMET-FIAT-RENAULT Heights FR 67'700I *
Complete Camera
;:'.- ,: : Band; Sat. 7:30, I Can Circle. .Authorized. Sales-Service": Parts I Specialists in fine Repairs to Supplies
11118 W. University FR 2-4658
Clocks and WatchesFR
Don't March 27 is date Trained Mechanics- Good Antique
r&t 2-8645 7:<1.j
: ..' we will end our three months Used Cars "
.. & I W. Gainesville
.. .; ,. drive to finish the building of our. Motors 222 University
'I. : Barkley, INSIST THAT ALL YOUR I rT" 1 17-1 j POWER SAWS
: % new church. We are urging every: ,,
615 N. Main I *
# one to come out. Bishop Johnsonof i f McCULLO
.q \. : ) the Florida Holiness Church & G. Motor Co.Inc.H1LLMAN : _. ARE THE BEST FROM I' Cierry'sGainesville CHAIN SAWS(

: S: 'i t *t'I. :" will be. with"the entire day. Edwards Building Most Fashionable.:NEW-USED SALES-SERVICE

....... tit .-..'. Lunch will be served at the, Ladies .Florida
,: l' .:,, .:!/ .,: : OLDSMOBILE CADILLAC _Address. For .' # Saw Co.
... : church on the outside. Mary McBride Supply Inc.
'V .'.. )\' *: : i I DRESSES. SUITS COATS FR 634112SU'

/1. ." }.i\..,. g-.It." ,. r' '. '>> ;. .. \a' ,..;. reporter. Authorized Sales-Service:-Parts 726 S. Main FR 2-4844 ACCESSORIES N. E. 19th Dr.-Gainesville
Allen Chapel A. M. E. Church -
'FR 6-7515
| 105V. University. Gainesville
.. Rev. L. A. Sampson pastoi obserVed Second Gainesville Gainesville, Fla. SEWING MACHINES
\i 115 S. W.
:" 'T'YT4( regular pastoral day starting +-- '. MEN'S WEARSilverman's I

; with Sunday School at 10 a. VOLKSWAGEN r DOORS WINDOWSFlorida 'I' :, Singer Sewing

\ $ I. :. m. Miss Fannie B. Fraoer-in SalesService .Parts. .
r. i ,:..). t... ... charge I t Machine Center .
: ... ; 11 a. m. morning worship; Miller"BrownMors !THE MAN'S STORE"
.; :. : '.f' ':>;:: 7) ....t"j 6 p. in. ,evening worship; 3 pTm JalousiesOF :: Clothing '.Haberda&bery I .Us 'd Singer Sewing Machines

t.,. Inc. GAINESVILLE INC. -Many One Of A Kind
Sunday the Chorus of Edward Shp Sportswear : i
.. .
.. (
r \_. Waters College' will present a' re'cital FR 2-3532 1 WINDOWS DOORS t F Formal Wear Uentate I Starting At $9.95

at. RJE' cafetorium fcr the. 1030. E. University. Ave., Gainesville. ,, ALUMINUM AWNINGS ; 208. ,.%v.. University. Gainesville: | FR 6-6310
benefit of the 'Lake City District I I I Fit'6.3502 (-216 W. University Gainesville
Palm Beach Awning Windows .
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with a newflaifleleSs{ Missionary Society.!' donation. I Pontiac ,!All Meet A.W.M.A. Specifications.. .

: will be collected at the door. Montgomery. ., ., i Write Or Call For EstimatesFR imrER: ;; SHOES

.quIck-recovereIectr1c watter 'heatqr. '. Junior Church meeting every,i' In I' 6-8215 : Gainesville Mayflower'!, Bob's "
Monday at 5 p. m.; Girl Scout Shoe Store

'i Nothing in water heating compares with the super-speed of a I I"quick.recovery" Meeting every Thurs. RJE room"' ""f PO.4Ttc4qMc: : TRUCKSSHORTS'CARS! I;,1817 Hawthorne RO., Gainesville- LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE I Shoes for The Entire Family

flameless electric water heater. This remarkable 22-E. J. Givens, reporter. I 'B ,M.: e. ; MOVING FORTU.FOR MEN

Youthful Matron Passes t Authorized"$a1 sPartsService.. : ELECTRIC MOTORS Storage And Crating 1 I. CHAR; SET FOR WOHESJ
neww&ter heater is the answer for larger families who require a 6-S224
FR'2-2583 Gainesville ,FR *
Mrs. Pauline Marshall daughter ENDWELL FOR CHILDREN j

lot of hot water in a hurry. .''. !- .o(.Mrs, Sophia Royal, died at. 220 N. W. 8th. AYC.. Gainesville: :| Electric. Motor -ii-I .-- I Bags llillehery Accessories]

S CLEAN! No constant-burning pilot light... no soot and greasy Bradford County .H
; on" day. mprning after a brief illness. Crane Motor. ... Repair Co. Center : -
film caused byflame.SILENT!Absolutely from scary,"blast v".. ? I The Music
and"blast off"sounds. Noiseless as your electric light ,. ,- ; PIAN-OEGASS-. ,I
.' a devoted husband Dea. Booker FORD COMPLETE ELECTRIC MoTORI ., -
: .SUPER-SAFE No flame orfumes to worry about.Assures peace of ,\ T. Marshall. Sr.; .one Son. B. :: T. Authorized Sales & Service | SALES AND SERVICE, ., Sales Repairs I'

.t mind. COMPACTI Saves valuable space. Needs no vent or flue. Marshall, Jr., and three daugr-. "Complete Service fQr .All.Mak'o6 [Genuine Wagner Electric Products 1 Sheet Music Accessories 'This Area's Most Complete Line

Tucks away even in a closet. ECONOMICAL!Cheaper to operate- j ters:,Gwendolyn Yvqpne Marshall! ; E. University, Avfr FjR 24251Gainesyttl FR 2-8318 "You Can't Beat our T nns.' j of Sporting Goods at
freshman at Florida A ajhd M 1030 S. Main, Gainesville. 1
thanever. F
because: Sunshiae'Service Electricity is now. bigger bargain ; V 1025 W. University Gainesville
?-aa > University, and Jacqueline and .. ... .. i "** : Jimmie Hughes, Inc.
I Nearly: million Florida homemakers. have already<'., switched, ,to Deborah Ann of RJE; a large : { FARM EQUIPMENT 1: MUSIC SUPPLIES

'flarnejess[electric waterheaters." flow douvu? See your appliance number of sisters and "brpthe sand .. TMiSM1SSIQNS 11J 3 W. University Gainesville

dealer,plumber or electrical contractor for the style you'll want. .host of other sorowinslrflatives Rtisb'sTractor CO tic. j j Lillian's Music Store ., '

: and friends. Funeral arrangements AUTOMATIC TBANSMISSiONS, \. [l "Icainmqie Leader" Since 1933 YARNS. .TOYS _
have not been completed ABE OUR-"BUSINESS HOLLAND t KRAKA\tRn'TEJt.CABLE

-t .f!) at this time. She. was Service.- & .Repair :-W, >rk ALLXS NEW 'CHALMERSMASSEYFERGUSQN '>IANOS-- PIANORGBAtfS j Jack and Jill

;ifA faithful member ofNew Bethel Gur1it'Lamar j, : : .CHORD f' ORGANS 159-$375- I I A Complete Line of

Baptist Church and organized!the Pearson .., *.- !'" -."'. .' : Oiiitsthuths: Sheet Music.Yarns Needlework X. ons

FLORIDIP0W.E.I 1 I' L I 6 I T .COMPANY. first, public kindergarten f off!the .rm.. .Equipment. ; ,And: .Tractors;. Budgets Free InstructionsTeysOai.Doils.HobbIea
church which is he1d'.1n the youth .- AT TUBBY'S 66 8ER'1q: ;: "; 'FIU-I(3 5 7' FR 6-5931 I
'I.OItIDA":4 j building cf. the churcfc. =StaJiI AI 5ON.:). : W; 13th St. Gainesville Archer Rd. Gainesville 112 S. E. First Gainesville 625 W. University Gainesvillel' !
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with beauty, your hat veil, put a sheet of wax- -- ---

J like a precious gem glowing ed paper on each side and press.A .I Lets Go r-' i; > .;.r ow..e.;:. ,',

Long after he is gone. pinch of salt added to cooked i F'

So my Digger gave me much starch gives'a high gloss when n : \:.

and asked for nothing in return garment is ironed. a...- .,': .

but to love me and keep me com- GINGER BREAD. dark GardeningBy V /4r ; ... :.
34.cup t ... :> -:
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pany. He has left me richer and molasses and V Ib. oleo. Heat together a ..... "<--- '
4 more appreciative of all pets, chil- until oleo. melts. Add2: r ,W';:>
dren, and people. If there is, a cup 'white sugar, beat. Add 'a Hervey Sharpe ,

i "" dog heaven,. I hope there is, andI teaten; egg.. Sift 2 cups flour, 1& Agricultural Extension Service ,, ....... r .

l Wherein we have a big snow seems to repeat itself. I feel that can see Digger again some day. tsps..-soda, 2 teaspoons ginger & ..
Hydrangeas fickle
are as as
Of course we still have Gabby
I storm. I have Digger put to sleep.I il am a real American. God tsp. salt. Stir the flour mixture
help who is a lot of fun. He is com- girls who tint their hair to match .
( I meditate on the values in life. II us all, I pray and pray. pany.I into the molasses mixture. Beat the color of their boy friends' cars. 7" .

". I ask God for strength that I Another era has past in my life. hard. Grease a pan 8x8x2, pour in Blue .. '
flowering will
have one of those date cakesin .
might achieve- Digger is dead and lies buried in mixture and bake 325 degrees for .
.So'- change to pink blossoms if limeIs ,
j( I was made weak, that I might his little white casket out in the the oven. I can smell it. Last 40 minutes. We like it warm.I .....
week I bound my quilt with a added to the soil. .
learn humbly. back have started piecing another
yard under the snow drift.I
How much lime? That dependson
bolder. I cleaned the linen closet
I ask for help that I might do thought I was stroni and having quilt, "Joseph's Coat"I the
and put it away. Three of the acidity of the soil. Try a
\ bigger thingsI seen so much of death that giv- quilts I made are about worn out, read where a very wise. man, pound of hydrated lime to a ,.i.:-*.' .
i was given infirmity, that I ing up my little Digger I could be
so will soon have to use some of Henry S. Coffin said "Religion is bushel-basket size _dooryard plant
A 1 might do better things. brave. But he was such a little those new ones. not primarily being good and do- ,and much smaller amount :"or pot- .

I ask for help that I might ball of fur with the heart of a We had quite a snow 'storm. In ing good!, it is living with. SOME- ted plants. For full color change,

1 have the praise of menI lion. He loved me so much and fact two of them. The ground is ONE in whose presence we are a second application may be need-

was given weakeness that I was my constant companion for better, do better than
we can a-
now covered with about S inchesof
might feel the need of God. almost 14 years. He knew when I lone." ed.To
snow. I cleaned the house this change pink hydrangeas to Special Offer For Students
f, I ask for things, that I might was happy, he knew when I wept morning and changed the bed 1 I We all make mistakes, and fall blue, mix three ounces of alumi-
enjoy lifeI and was so concerned and would
linen. We had a funeral Monday.! short of the glory of God. We num sulfate in a gallon of water
given life that I might enJoy chase "
was his tail to make me laugh. -
Soak the plant roots with this
Young father, 24, died with can-
humbly ask
all things.I When I first came here he went forgiveness.
solution. If the blue has
cer. He left a wife and six chil- not developed -
got nothing that I asked for- with me wherever I went. He dren. One boy and five girls. It All my love and God bless you in a few days, give the

But everything I had hoped for I helped me when I was afraid in was sad. every one.MOTHER plant another shot of the acid
despite myself, the Mortuary with the dead. Bless LURA. chemical. Famous
t My unspoken prayers were an-i his little tired heart. He has been I t Hydrangeas do best in partial

swered. I blind for a couple of years.. ButI shade. This is another tip from .

I am among all men, greatly could tell he was not happy and horticulturists with the Universityof ESTERBROOK _

blessed. I seemed to lick himself arid not Florida Agricultural Extension

-Unknown Confederate i Soldier. .sleep good. So I had a veterinarian Service. Also, if they develop yellow -

., The above was found In the come. I tied a satin lavender rib- ond leaves this spring, its prob- Fountain Pens '

I tunic of an unknown Confederate bon.about his neck, and he went RANCy ably iron chlorosis. .

soldier. It could have been my to sleep. Digger and I worked and A To corect chlorosis add four

mother's brother. She had three, laughed and walked together for ounces of ferrous sulfate to five \With Anv Point Plus Tax

lost in the War. My mother never, almost 14 years. I cannot help gallons of water and apply to the

was bitter and married my father,,, but grieve for my lost little pal. soil at the rate of one-half gallonper

from Indiana whose father died Going, a good friend, a loved one, large plant.Mulches Of Your Choice .

in the Civil War after the battle: Does not take from the house "

I of Lookout Mountain. He was 26. warmth and.light, By G. T. Hoggin Warm weather always brings

When I was a WAC training at, Leaving rooms in blight of weeds. Extension Service fpecialists (Esterbrook Pens Regularly 'Sell For $2.95)

Ft. Oglethrope, I marched and shadow.His County Agent say the best way to fight
trained in the shadow of the them is with a mulch..And there's
presence is a sun with a long Points Available Shorthand Bookkeeping, General Writing, ,
mountainside where my Grandfather hardly a plant that will not thrive
afterglow.It Our Strawberry Program r and TV personnel with them. j
Burgess by buried. That The berry deal is not off to I This may be the latter part of better with a protective ground Student Signature ?'jb and Others.
lies on the walls, coloring them cover. .
was back in 1944. So history the best start we would like, but next week. .
Mulches also conserve moisture,
we look for it to improve as we Bradford county got another '''e
keep plant roots cooler during the .
l get into full swing. Extremely hot little strawberry writup in the! "
Fire Life heat of
Liability summer and prevent a
weather the first 10 days in March issue of Progressive Farmer. -
build-up of pesky nematodes that
March affected the quality and All these things let people
I Constant Service gnaw on roots.
price. Hot weather also broughtus know about us and about our program j '
Any type of mulch will do. Usewhat's _
Into harvest about two weeks NOTEBOOKS C j'i i'V
available, such as leaves,
R Over 60 Years earlier than we liked. Other areas New Brucellosis ProgramThe
pine straw or even peanut hulls.
::1 i I in Florida were still in good har- USDA Animal Disease Era-
EI Mulch all the
URA plants-annual and
vest. dication Branch, Florida Division, shrubs alike. It will save hours of Red and White
It may be a little difficult to do, of Animal Industry and the; Flori-
pulling weeds this summer. with "BRADFORD HI" .
H.C.VVALLAGENCY but this is the time to be in good da Cattleman's Association are
alright to mulch dooryard
spirit and put a good quality on planning a revised program to citrus trees, provided the. mulchis Printed on Cover Plus Tax
the market. If we brand Bradford clean Brucellosis [Bang's] Diseaseout
kept about 12 inches away from
County; products as "EXTRA of Florida cattle.
the trunk. Citrus trees arc apt to
GOOD", we will be rewarded as We were the last county to com-
root rot if trash is banked
I the season progresses. plete a testing program last year
against the tree.
lOc Crusader Notebook 25c
i Advertise Our CountyWe before the program closed. Our A band of fingernail size gravelis Reg. Paper-3for
want to let people know county now is rated as a modified
one way solving the mulch
i Support that Bradford County is alive and certified Brucellosis free.
problem near the citrus trunk. A
J active. Good public relations is a i I The program will be .,renewed. .
[circle 25c
I. -' :of'gravel around other trees I V Reg. Composition Books 20c each
<*< good way to do this. with a calf vaccination plan. Fe- in the yard will keep them from n.

PRIVATE ENTERPRISE I ,have an invitation to appearon male cattle over 6 months old, not getting their shins barked by the

Channel 12 TV farm program. vaccinated, and vaccinated: cattle lawn mower.

) When the date is set we will let 30 months of age or older movingout CuttingsIt's '
it be known so you can see whatis to slaughter or to auction will
excellent time
an to make
The Which Made Our
Principle be .. .
going on. back-tagged. Blood tests will cuttings of a multitude of things. .":

Great! We are also planning a cooper- be made at time of slaughter.This Poinsettia, ixora, ligustrum a- .-<-
Country ative.program with the Chamberof plan will be through June zalea, croton and viburnum are .

Commerce to bring a bus load 30, 1964 After Infection resultsare just a few plants you'll have good SEE IT! TRY IT! :

of Jacksonville business men to determined by counties, the luck rooting. Locate the cuttingbed :
decision for vaccinating or testingwill
I I tour our straWberry production. in a shady spot. Sand is the .
They will bring newspaper radio be made. most widely used propagating ma- .

This new program will be car- terial. It may not be the best, but ..,
( I I ried out in the 37 counties not it's the cheapest. I -- *.

SLADE GAS THE RIGHT POINT for the modified certified before it comes Most ornamentals form heavy I yCr .Y

way you write. Come in and select back to us. root systems more quickly in cutting -I NEWEST :- V
favorite ESTERBROOK Hog Cholera Program mediums containing acid
your f ____ __
I I Your Business is Appreciated Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH Florida Farm Bureau is spon- peat. Only experience show
soring a legislative bill to eradi- you the best mediums for the dif- FASTEST .

- --- ferent plants.
- ---- cate this. top hog disease. A planis
( proposed to go in action soon When choosing cuttings remember -
i after July 1, if approved by, our that ease of rooting increases PORTABLE 1

legislators.In the nearer the cuttings" are takento
I the root system, provided the .
IT NOW a meeting last week .with TYPEWRITERV.
SEE plant piece is in an acceptable'
Union and Bradford County Farm
stage of semi-hardy growth.
Bureau Dire tors, Senator.Charley w ..rr
: Johns, Representatives Clarence If you want to keep spring an-

; Roberts and Arch Thomas Jr., nuals blooming another month, IN THE .

R: officials this program was to discussed.favor the Our bill. keep allowed the to mature go to seed.flowers it's all cut.over.If iyv
The Beautiful New 3 Bed Room Home pledged WORLD !
u' Extra Summer Grazing: To keep those dime-a-piece tomato .

\ Millet provides lots of good plants protected from cutworms J y .

Dn Display On Our Lot. ; :. ;: ",. feed.Gahi First and second choice choice formost IS Starr.feed is around, try wrapping the stem.a Insert paper collar the- t

:, collar into the soil and hold the
For broadcasting seeding, you. -
A:0'. -;- top together with a paper clip.
want 25 or 30 pounds of seed. In
I 1:1:
; ;.. : rows about 36 inches apart you 11 /1
will need about 10 to 12 pounds of
r seed. The advantage of planting

$ in rows is that you can add more EASY IV

$40.00 fertilizer and control weeds better.
Priced From ,
_ Monthly '. :, Application of 300 pound of 10-

10-10 fertilizer at planting time V TERMS.
with plans to add more nitrogen I :

later will give good grazing all
{ summer. Plant millet just as soon 1 0
'!.--.. .-" as you think danger of frost is ANY ANGLE I NEW V
....:-; t 1 over. You guess that.

o Nothing DownBuilt < Jam,

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: On Your Lot : J\- way you favorite ESTERBROOK t_ r a portable that's ALL NEW .- ... faseand
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">.i.-!-.h'i" _.9 -**.- Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH for theWhole out! Calaxie gives better typing with-leSs

Hardwood Floors H.. ..' & : effort than ever. before. Trace its modern lines. .
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Many Styles : will not be responsible for any News "5 Smith-Corona Galaxie is everything you 'ever *.

debts made by anyone other than wanted in 'a portable. .." \
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; : : n ..; ;cir!_ Annual Meeting .\ Earl* Cherry Resigns, YYYYYYVYYVyyyyyyyyyyyyyEtROS a flute duet was given. bx, Martha

yti iiiiTiitisn.1 1 Of- Clay Electric i As. Principal ; Scott and Valerie-' Olso,] '" ,

I L. KEYSTONE ; : -:. Next. Thursday Of KeystoneSchool E the Refreshments cafeteria after were the.served n meeting., in

By Mary' K. Schaeffer .I.I .: '3. ;: -;; i Earl Cherry, principa': and By Mrs. Alice Rothhammtr Everyone is .requested. to suit-

. ; . . : t A A A A A A p-..A... A'A. -_ Sen. Randolph Hodges of Cedar coach of the Keystone Heights I 1. port the Putnam Gouniy Ifl'A
.AAAAAAAAAAA----------- 'appp p Key president the 1961 Florida 17 8
{ School, has resigned effective at I Variety Show on MarCh &\
KEEPING UP WITH KEYSTONE follows. v Senate will be the main speakerat J the-end of the, current school I.; Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Hoffman of I II in the Palatka.a n .High Audi

Thursday. March: : Sunday March 19: Fifth Sun- the. annual meeting of Clay' t rm. The resignation was accept- I Gainesville are. the proud parents i torium. Melrose School; will present -

No school today.. Teachers go to day in Lent: I Electric Cooperative at Keystone ,Monday by the Clay County of a son born Tuesday, March 7.1 three musical, selections

FEA. Attend your church. See notices Heights Thursday; March 23. Music School;Board. He was named Gary Scott Maternal A covereddish; dinner, was held

Community,Church Women's elsewhere in this column.- and entertainment will start Cherry, 39, said he resigned: to grandparents are Mr. and I j Monday night March 13.. in the
Annual .Silver Tea. 2 p. m. In.educationalbuilding. Choir> PracticeSt.. William's, I I'L at 10 a. m., with the annual busl-!: take a \position:) with the Georgia Mrs. A. C. Spires and paternal; I! school cafeteria ia, honor; -Of the

12;noon. ness' si.ssionsetfor 1 p. m. i srhool! system in the Atlanta area. grandparents: are Mr. and Mrs. C. : Girls; and: Boys Basketbajl Teams,

Girl Scouts, go to Juniper Concord Choir practice First A free luncheon will be served He said he had: ,taught years in A., Hoffman, Sr. of Cocoa. Beach. i I i Coaches. Che r1eadets..an
Springs. Baptist.Church 6 p. m. at noon for co-op members and. :i I Georgia and wanted to take advantage Mrs. Flora. Morris and Mrs. 'I sor.'

Community Church,Chojr: Prac- E! Y. C. at St. Anne's 6:30: p. m. guests. j|i of an opportunity to return Chesser visited Mr, and Mrs T. ;: This being National 4H- Week,

Ucer 7:30: p..m.: Lenten 'Devotions at St. Anne's Three directors will be elected : to the system there. R. Atkins, at Hawthorne. I I the 411 girls of Melrose presented

'PYA> 8 pjn:' at school audlto '7:30 p. m.Monday. I ._ with .a contest-sla'ted. for the District i i I Cherry took: over the pr'nicpal- Tom Spurlock' of Athens, Ohio I an assembly program Friday
; i
March 20 I 5 I Bradford County post. of' at the has purchased: the home. of Mrs.L. .
riuin:' : .I: ship Keystone Heights morning. Ai speech was. given by
McKay's' bowlers shine''in Woman's _Girl Scout Troop 14'{ meets at ____ __- R. H. Green Jr. lincumbentl and: i: star of, the- 1959,term after havsTved O. Meyers for a wjnter home. Sandra Reed: presiden ,of: the

ijea {uePalatbu; ; 9 p, m. Parish House! in Melrose after ,- Zedra Hamilton, both of Brooker,I, as principal of Melrose.j Mr. and Mrs. George Conardof I club. on "What 48 Inea.ns.: tome!' 1
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'IWdiy, March 1'1.. ,SK& ,Patrick'S school. I .,. are nominees for the post. H. H. High. In addition to his duties as Smyrna, Ga. visited Mrs. Con- A demonstration on how peanut
." meets _ Surrency from District 3, and rd's mother Mrs. FJorenc-* Jackson j
Day 1; 'Den 1 of Cub Scouts principal, he coached football ana I butter cookies arl made,was givenby

Girl Scouts.still- at Juniper after school at St. Anne's" Parish I ?I : [ Hicks oP1X>Sei.:Griffin District 7 are un- basketball teams which just start- I. and sister arid brotherinlaw Sarah Baldwin and, 'Becky'

Springs. House. !, ed varsity competition last season.I Mr. an4 Mrs. Jerry Rayburn. I Mathews. Cookies, bakel pre fI
Additional candidates for each
I Mr. and Mrs.
Teen-agers Instructions at St.William's During Cherry's administration, Harry. Bradley viously the
No school today, either. Teach i district be nominated from I were passed out to ,
Church 6:45: p. in.Art may the Keystone school has rhanged have mov d from Melrose to entiie assembly. Pjriscilla. White i
ers 'still at FEAi -d ___ A bi I the floor. Voting by proxy will Tampa.
Class at Dot Newman's 7 from the status of a junior high played two selections on her
t acr;
Carol and Cherub Choirs practice not be allowed. j
: school to that of a high school offerIng Mrs. Frank Sciadini celebrated
at'Flrst Baptist Church. 3:45: PJ. m. I a curriculum through the: e.r"birthd recently.- cordian.
*- Community Church Board, oq I New The 1961 Betty.Crocker Home?
p.m. ManagerHarvey
10th grade.Valldejuli: Mr. and.:Mrs. .,George Austin and
Webelos Den meets- Stewards meets, 7 p- m. : maker of Tomorrow for. MHS i is
Bot JScou 1& daughter Lori of Daytona .visited
.Anne's parish house"B Stations of the Cross, St. Wil- j .wif Cam.formerh7 assistant Delores Pildgeon. Having -ecelved
:30.: ,St. .. jlKaran Mr, and Mrs. A. C. SpJres. .
1arnL'O.pm. manager. of the Gainesville airpOrt I the highest score in a written exp
105mEets tStAnne's ...
Scout Troop 'J
y and' Gretchen Newman, 4 Ir2-j'ear-old twin daughters;" f! and Naomi Vaughn. Teena and Linda Rothiiammer amjpation on homemaking know-
house, 7:30: CAP Cadets, at Skytel. 7:30: p. is'the new.manager.rof: Keystone ,
p.m. ,
parish Sixth Grade Mickey Jackson,
.., : spent the weekend in Gainesville ,
; 3Ir. and 3Irs. Cbuck.Ne\nnan, of Keystone Heights pfejeIlt'al.taptf.::j: Airport. He will 'be in charge ledgeand attitudes taken by
Terry King, Nancy Kingsbury, with their
vating picture of Easter finery as they step "through the looking: pL supper, maintenance, gasoline;] grandparents, Mr. and graduating seniors, she becomes a
12:15-noon.: to. : ,
ROtai1L11I1Cheen.. St. William's Altar Society Beverly Cuendet, and Betty Jean I Mrs. Clyde Wesley.
; .H 11. glass' to open Woman'8 Club fli'shion..show last> Thursday night. 1' 'sales'.,and. other activities at the candidate for the state. Homey
DuPont Bowling Teams,Gaines- meet 8 p-.ru. in Recreation dross.
j Winners oft the Duplicate maker of Tomorrow award, whIch
CAP hangar. I
ville 7: 21 ._ ______ Seventh Grade: Linda Lee Anthony I
- ; .rfjm.EfupUcaie1; Tuesday, March : u. -- Bridge Club included: First place.,!i is a $1,500 scholarship.
: Bridge. 8 p. m. in Garden Division of Woman's ,' ReneeBelote,- Patricia Miss Gladys McGill and Mrs. n.1 I Cheering practice for the 196U

wOnia Club:. Club meets at 2 p. m. t.scheme, of green and.whit? in.I Coeniet: ; Kathy McGlave, Janie P. Vogkj Sec n:1. place Mrs. .' 62 school year began last weel$.
ats'; March 18: Brownie Troop 229 meets after keeping with the. season. The tea
WAlkers Boys' Bowlers in lea *choo". St. William', RerreationJJalL. a.b1e.was laid-with; : a. white or-| Eighth Grade: Richard Cuen- Boyd; Third.: placE Mrs. Mary out will not selected until near

gue at Palatka<',10 a. m. I gandy'cloth 'over 'a 'green cloth, Shackleford-> Sut Cook and: Miss Sarah Mansfield d; I the end /this school.year.
det Steve e
C .t 'chisn). Grades. 1-6, Stlyil: :: O. E. S., Chapter 279 meets.at j and white. flowers in.a silver' bowl.. ton; Carol Baker Carol Stephen. and Fourthplace.: ,. Mrs. Alice

I 1I&ni's., 10-11 a. in. 8 p. m. in Masonic Hall. > wiie used- ,as;a.centerpiece. There son; WJlmivGardner; Joyce. Wade Ketchunvand PTA Mrs. Geojrge Phelps. Faith Presbyterian iChurch
Team. Pa13.tk3o2 s'1vel.,4 candlesticks and ai MeetingThe MtJroff
Bowling 1 were Williams
Glrla] Mar-
Belotes, and O'Connor's den Cathy and "
Redfearn's, servicesa-Churcn S .
Sunday ? }
silver service at each end.of( the' monthly meeting oX the
i ,
P.- $; Bowling Teams bowl in _table. garet Paten PTA was held'March 6 in the 6-45 a.m. Morning, Worship, 1J.
Jackson-Cooper Wedding, 8 p.:\ Ninth Grade: Bernice Brune, '
Men's League. Neal ;
a.m. Rev. Jwcs R. Jr, pa-
C. High School Auditorium A film,
Pouring tea were Mrs. Albert ,
m.St.? Anne's, Church reception Palatka 9 p.m. --- Cheryl Cherry, Gayle Cross Car-
Men's League. -r- : ;_ I tor.
__._jL .. First -,Holt' and' 'l, Mrs... Eiila.W lliEi.. olyn Forsythe, Reba Hall andMarlene' "Rescue Breathing,; was, shown
Adult Choir On the individual tables, were by C. J. McGlave of the KeystoneCivil I
"Facial .Hair Baptist Church, 8:15: p. m. white flowers Linsin Defense. Prinicpal Clarence
d jbouQuets..ofsmall? Tenth I Grade: Nancy. Snt! ton.
Den 2 Cub,Scouts meet at. St. I 1 The stage was .decorated with Duplicate Bridge Results Hplden announced that the gym.? I. INSURAN-CE,
>. G6 eF rrer.l Anne's Parish House after school I j. center front, nasium. w.iR be painted, the new
"' 0* I 2 I iwhfte! floors In the;, On Thursday. morning, March AuFire-Cualty.
i Medically'Approved: 'Methods Thursday March 23: '.banked: by magnolia leaves, and 91;; Miss Bessie Rutherford and science building will be erected Bonds and Allied Lines

,1 *.fc -* to Section II, Duplicate Bridge ''V1 on either side,, two Majolica; vases I Mrs. Mary Pearsall were hih between gymnasium and cafeteria, Insurance

Tbet, ._. tray. ... ff .,. Club, meets 10 a. m., Woman's .containing, bamboo. I scorer, -at the regular meeting gf, and the new blinds are being installed Reynolds
.at.1. ';"" ; ,
.> #" "P.t... r' : Club.. The f {rf'aiteJidance:: enjoy: the Duplicate Bridge Club 'Section in 'the'newlyaud1" I AgencyW.
I '
.4 .: t Ii..'em>. t. .,.. '1.-. .><"... ''. Community Church Women's ed at i two-part:musical program n. Mrs.. J. D; Henderson and torium. Mrs. Rhu ,. Stakfly had I L. Reynolds '
I.tOme *' -l .; featuring the and.girls from charge of the prograzn..The Band .,
-i : boys high. Fh. 2442 '
Old Mrs. Al Nelson were seconF 2701
PrvfM'l': : Rummage Sale, starts 9 a. m. 1
request sional advice. :A :. '. ''i Western Auto bldg. Mrs. James Cook (left, ), fashion show chairman, and! Mrs. HenryMkkle I the Happy Hours. Nursery School, Friday., evening, March I 1 0, Mrs- played eight selections' and Back 1. Keystone Heights, Fla.DECOMW6 .

enaiysca" i. :t, .. ,. f Garden Club of the Lake meetIng president of Keystone Heights Woman's Club, are pictured and Mrs.B. Ray,.Stedham of Melpe.The j Bess Burns..and Mrs Ann Bisell !King gave a trumpet solo Alsci, t' .. .- .--; I

how : \ atthis.highly successful event. childrenwereespecially from Starke were high scorers at ,
: determine .i..I.r.t: scheduled for today;postponed
.. to wipe With your *.... ':' ,J': until Friday March 24 at 2 p. m. .. appealing with their songs and of the, regular, meeting;,,or' Section I. z SH ;
: hair Fashion Show: Provides bridesmaid. Parts the bride's dances, and their: knowledge Albert Bachmann and.Louie Kyle:

Ther.. etndIt1oL.Jls, J1o'w-<:1-..'. ",; ( This is the day for the. Annual Glamorous Evening I. trousseau was shown too, including ,- modeling. Spanish, and. musical weesoiid: high,, while.Mrs.. AliceKetcheijJ.

charge:fc foi:, : Meeting of the Clay Electric Co- The Fashion Show staged by :lingerie, gowns and canE Keystone Heights
sultatyon.; PwyerJGDMUNti Op.,. All day on the grounds. the Keystone Heights Woman'sClub Barbara Braslngton of ,ed .the group witbuvocal selections, were-third!

Junior Woman's Club Board on Thursday evening, March. Gainesville. was the lovely .bride, accompanied by Ralph.. G. Cope ,
DWYER I -- Section n>of.'.the,Dpulicate
Meeting 8 p. In. 9, was a delightful affair Hair-styles for the models, were ]land: dir tor of music. at the' First, :; ANQ
meeisjajt.th Wpmaij's _Club_ .. jeyery ThnuJ.PAINTS ?
I Electrologist: Community Church'Choir Practice The theme, "Through the Look- arranged by the keystone. utY "Baptist. Churcji.} The NurserySchool.children Thursday morning at 10, while <[(u) ,

((17 Ytei Experience) 730; p. m.McKay's ing Glass," was cleverly carried Shop and, the Melrpse ..BeautyShop' :. were. trained"by Section meets Friday eveningsat ; !j' PAINTING: Alps
107 i$. vnI' Aw. Galnmville I out in ,the huge mirror frame designed both owned and operated Mrs. Gordon Adams and Mrs. I U1JuMUsOZ
Women Bowlers. league 8, also in. the WomaIClub..
Call FB 2'-4pdt for. appointment. .: Palatka ,,by Mrs., Chuck Newman, by Mrs. Olive Ripple, ; and/by: l r James L. Hetherington. .' : to I
in ; 9 p, m. If.;you like to play.bridge come .
.\ through which the models' stepped Ruby Johns' Beauty Shop in General Chairman in charge of i iI
I the meeting that best suite, your Walli Paper Smnplea
onto-a long"ramp The) ramp was Starke, owned and operated by this, lovely affair was Mrs. R.: H.

: ,: McKay At Keystone., I decorated with 'swaYS of pink Mrs. Ruby Johns. Mrs. Johns also I.Sunderland. Progr uni\ chairman busy All-Star-schedule.Minstrel Comlnr

: carnations and fern. It was cove did all the, make-up: for the !'was'Mr Raymond Starnes with We. Do and
j set Heth- On Friday, March 24, Morocco! I Papering fainting
eied wlthta'l te .material to models,, using a special, product of i c -chairien'Mrs. James L.
l Surrounded! by the joy of living! Walking distance tobebshoping ; o&theJavely. flowers and the still her own to bring out the beautyof ering'tonrand,Mrs. Gordon Adams. Temple's Shrine.AllStarIlnstrel FREE Phone
Estimates Keystone 4505KEYSTON1EIGHT
will be held on the Clay Electric
( j doctor & church.. 2 BR, LR, DR, K, lovlier models in their beautiful 4 each model. Waitresses and hostesses were (Continued on next ) I .
costumes. Mrs. Archibald Robinson of Mrs. D. W. Shackleford, Mrs. J. page .. .
n Titetyath) utility room &, carport. Furnished with ei c- ,
The shaw opened with the presentation ; I Gainesville! was the.; ,commentator, w. Wildt; Mrs.' Robert Hendry.Mrs. ,
triange,' automatic washer, dryer and floor furnace of the four-year-old while'MrsT WPi Gibson, alsa* of .:Norman Thompson, Mrs.

y arttv'nicely,shrubbed, Newman twins.. daughters of Mr. 'Gainesville, furnished, lovely Elizabeth Campbell Miss Mar- .. MELROSE
and >Mrs- ChuckNewman, who, 'background' organ music for the garet- Muir Miss' Darlene. Camp

t dressed in navy blue and white, :entire.>show. bell and Miss Carol i Campbell. _0 r -
t If you are looking, for lakefront. ; pay. us. a visit and bid welcome to the audienca-: ':Tflowers} 'for th s stagt'were, from Mrsc: David Nelson and Mrs. E. _

I see how pleased you will be.i These delightful girls brought Mm Edna Williams' Nursery in Widegren were in charge of V'I L mi, NESS; l IHRECTORV: :

l much applause. Mtlrose, owned and operated by Mrs. Barry Wyman. handled, the :

( -i;* S. I McKAY REALTOR Henry Next,Mickle the club was president.presented Mrs.in a Mrs-the models Williams.'and Corsages bouquets, worn, carriedby by I reservations.,and t Mrs Mrs.J. A. Sara Williams McDonald were- APPLIANCES_ CLUMBER 1'

stunning outfit of black t dimmed the bride and her bridesmaids |in.charge..of the. tea tabk. The VRedkarn's GIFTS:-TOYS.

in white, and with black and I were also a contribution of Mrs." i.guest book was in charge. of Mrs.

Associates'___ Mrs. M. n n&J.,, BraultKeystone whiteaccesorIes.. After tnat, the j.Williams': ;, .. =- Lewis.Muir. Mrs., Alma Frost, and San Lebrydo LumberCo.

I models appeared in rapid, succession -, Of course, most of the i.ci1f'> \ ,, Mrs.E. T Martin. Appliances genaI .
Heights Phone 3071,. 2391 & 4151NEW toJames' Coati' Christoffers, Sr._ was
should Bert
starting with swim suits and : go frs. HOTPOINT APPLIANCES We Specialize. In Custorp
--4PH- .-1 sports wear. These were from the I chairman6r this event;Mrs I',th .charge., of stage decorations. Cut Extra Lengths

,., .,--' -, Fashion Shop in Palatka and all I Cook, :a former professional. : [.while, Mrs., Joseph Stein was" in Maytag Washers and Dryers ; j :lO'JjI Kiln Dried Pine & 'BuUdipg,
ion' model, spent many: ash'1 charge of flowers for the small
the models of same were from Zenith T V Materials

(. Palatka. These included Miss Judy tiaining the models,'and attending_ *tables.: Service On All Makes I Largest. & Most Complete Selection Cement-Mortar Mbc Sheet Rock

; 'k 1 OWL'b Brady Miss Elizabeth Ann Me-: to the- thousand and one details' Mrs. William Few was in charge 4252 of Greeting Cards!! and Toys Slill on Hyw. 21 at Middle orjr. ,
Keystone Heights Phone
: I Lean.. Miss Cherry Meltzer. and connected with such an all a1r..- .I of; the nursery, assisted by. Mrs. ; I. In' Ibis, MeKeystauejlelgbts* i ghooe; BU %-37%%

Miss Nita Tilghthai.Da4m I'I To conclude the. evening; Mrs. Hazel' Houck and Miss 3r? Ellen \ j AbA1SOREShaghanessy's 10"

1 I Cook\\.introduced members of her WQdt BOATS P
and. evening wea I .
Y.r' in committee who were: Mrs. Roy I Mrs. R. A., Gaunt was i In,charge HARDWARE i I

;aJ styles Gainesville.were Pagan's from 'Bootery Geiger's in Watkithcoelmlrma : .Mrs. t L of the kitchen; assisted by Mrs.chu1es. The Boat Barn I i

\ .8 Gainesville furnished all the truly I J f Charles Walleniusc chargeof; ,. .Wallenius. >jrs% W. F. d Melrose GB 5-2701 Brooklyn.

Cats for buildIng .the ramp Mrs.'. Bert hroeder; Mrs./ Emery Turner, PACKAGE STORE

beautiful footwear to the fanciest from evening I j I Chhstpff.t rs;, fir,! and Mrs;-'Chiicki Mrs. 'RoberU Dodd. Mrs. Hazel EVINRUDE Supply! HpuseVAR !
sportswear E.:V. Widegrtn. and SALES & OPEN 8 A.M.-12 PM. DAIMT
; Models for this part of Newman in charge of constructing Houck, Mrs. TUNG PAINTS I
HAMPSHIRE\ slippers. \
,. ft me &,' Sttchbe.rry,- \ I CLOSED SUNDAYS
the show Included Mrs Mike the mirror 'aI.r; or. Mrsj. SERVICE- Outside House PaintSPECIAL 1 1I -
ain 'Prs. j,1I Publicity was in charge of !Mrs. 'Reistnt. I, Kevstjne' 3IeIrov, Highway
Adams:; Miss Barbara Brn | ?:'stage;. Wrnppe I. I Mild :%
tGraru e/ from. : ,th'e famous quarries hear. ; Cpncortf wasoscd'in Becky Brice, Mrs. ':lngton'I'Mm I inojds I Sr., alsotin'charg&.olatage; {Myron Prevatt to whom weare i I $t.95 GALLON : L
Mrs. Fred Cone Miss I II I decorations: Mrs. Arthur Barn.I 'I!most grateful for her generous Keystone Heights Phoca, 2741 REAL ESTATE
r construction\ ol'th Library i ,' of Congress Carpenter 'i
ford wardrobe assistant; .Mrs. information: FLORIST -
Mt- Libby Edwards. Mrs. Anna Ensign, i, I
and other, famous buildings* and. it was used in the I Miss Retta Garrish, Miss Betty'!I Harold Button house chairman;;:,Honor. BoH.,Stodents OdomfsHardware; & C., J.: Pete Q'Conna! ;

I Mrs. George Phelps.. tickets Mr?. For Foorth- Period
$t.ate'House\ nt Concord, too. The rotunda houses an I Parrish and? Mrs Ralph L. Thom- t. ; *. :J Supply
:< as, all of Gainesville. Also our Jojcal" !i William B..Dawson, pub1tcit :,and I, The Fourth six;.week period isover Edna WilliamsFI1)RISTNURSERY I REALTPIkREAL

:exhibit. of New Hampshire wildlife_ and battle flags of i models; Mrs E. P Aikeri, Mri I Mrs George Schaef( r ,andr.Mary af Ke ts tone School, and wear HARDWARE PAINT ESTATE ...MORTGAGES<<
( >J' Schiie&er., rsMrs:' Cement Blockft, B di, 1IixCement
> pps to report the following
Anlrewsen, Mrs. Ed Con- haPPY' I
:New ampshire regiments. The Capitol building is W. Ds I \ APPR.USALSeyatont
'i Janet Akiidge 'and Mrs. Edwin
: roll:
( : Mrs. Everett Fox. Miss Su- 'boys and girls on the honor FLOWERS
; iThiti1ay1througljEridiy ti, from 8:3Q A..M. to 5:00.P. M. neen.zanne LeMee Mrs. George LaRue., Bennett.. were' ushers., I 'Fourth grade: Charmaia Float. For All Occasions, Sinclair Kerosene- and; Fuel Oils})\ IeJghts Phone ,427:

s4.J4_, t Mrs. Herbert Nelson. Miw April MrsCok: also the& Tony I Marshall Gallop,Sharon Brannon. Melrose Phone: GR 5-2331 3t lro Metf r'Phone Service. | RSTAUtttNT1UVE.1JfWhit } |
sd- i !e : GU' 5-5421
I !Mesco Miss Marry Ann Schaet- BaJter/whp was responsible .for t Billy Belote.,. Gina Massa. Debbie t

itm fer, Mrs. Virginia Smith. Mrs. ming lighting and th II1bU. I Kfj sbuiy, Kathleep',Pestt Diana [MILLWORK TOIL DrJl1.eJqii
KEYSTONE' STATE BANK and Miss Nancy address systems Debra Brault. GAS BOTTLED
Olive Stevens, I Hgeni Patricia Cox. i "A GOOD PLACE TO EAT
SUm Tea tovelr Affair and'Davjd
Sutton. Sara' Lou OXonnor? :
I Dinners
Keystone Sandwiches -
At Community Church
Following this part of the pro- ? athia. affth '
l ; j gram.. there was intermission duping 1 "The seventh!annual siieje :.J Grade : Johnny Muir. Keystone Gas. Co. I 'Mlllwork! Shop I TaJe-Gfit Cold Beer 5P.dUI
MEMBER F.DJ.C. : $ Orders-
: which a number of valuable was! held. by the COtXn&fChurchWonen &iin' Hmcfc.. Glen Fewi RichaTd ; I. li
A in A Community 24 HOCK SERVICE4S51 CABINETS-DOORS! Open a. nv.-MidnlteFfchtrman
I Friendly,Bank ,Friendly March Leslie Beam.4Gonnie .
4 : \ I door prizes were given awfy: I Thursday, "; PUrdy Jimmy.. Wildt. WINDOW FlLUIES-SCREE."lS:\ -You Catch pnd
Keystone Heights, pja.. CherrYr Mary
16.at2.p.m.. : Byrd. Nancy
: The final part of the program ----< PHOE Trim Materials Clean -We'll Cook 'em

r ',f was. the presentation ol. three.I The sdene of the tea was- vth i t JitiU .Jack1e.Qo\"in.\ Mar- .Franchised. Distributor ef Sash, !1ad6',To Order.I I Ht. 21 Between Keystone Relgitta
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-::-* .-. I members of a bridal party: the educational building which waa.beautifully I I cia Haberstroaj. Dattie Harden- SAB-OAS ,I Keystone Heighta i ,&Me1.y! s.-
d, '. '- bride, the maid of honor, and a. .decorated-usins.a-color bergh-.: ,. Dianne Thomas- -, Roxana .

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9 9 999999999999YY9. freshments were served. charge. .Trie boys, took 'part in YYYYYYYYY.YYYYYYYYYYYYYY* I!Mrs. Roberta Lamb of Jacksonville --]' TTT i.TT TT T9 99 TT. ,'bro iier-, n-l w and sister, Mr. and.iti+ 'YcnngiChurchtie4n.:;::,

KEYSTONE Guests included: Mrs. Thomas many activities, including Dractice I Harold Crawford.of tawtey; I II t :: i Mr s. Carl" Jones last.weekend., :I! !NoiyVa3'i.'. ..,.. lict'\t.. Holy

1 Gregory' Miss .Susan Davis Mrs. missions, compass reading first PINE LEVEL 'I and others we were delighted! to :'i GRAHAM : Mr.. and Iilrs. John McKinney! i!: Communion.. .. '. .. f,.', ,">

HIGHLIGHTS I Barry Wyman. Mrs. Thomas El- aij, drill cooking their meals etc. have... I', and Mr and Mrs. Johnny Willis t j The Rev: &Bahj!tq r;g yfogl4.'
more Mrs. Gail Renfro Miss They also had rifle practice un-I Mr. and ,
| By Geraldine Fender Mrs. Bennett Parnellof Mrs.;.;John McKinney ; of Jacksonville. were.supper. guests j jof : liiVWriMCOMING .
Michael Renfro Mrs. Myron Pre- :er supervision of Charlie Foster,,!I Vicar. !/.-. ;.
1UULVAU.AU.V.a.u. ; Jacksonville visited Mr; and !. AiA i Mrs and Mrs. J.D., McKinney:; .'' _,/.", JI
vatt. Mrs. Frank Ilgen, Mrs. Bill Jr., and George Schaeffer GeorgeLeath iAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA/ '' : W A 4 k > '
I\ airs.. C. Conner Monday.Mrs. in' Gainesville' Sunday night.. : h
(Continued from Preceding Page Few Mrs. Howard Murphy Sr., was the best shot among Roberta. Lamb of Jackson- ,Mr-:and-Mrs..JR:Chapman :of % I l "
We ;
\ were glad to see a .lame at?J JI 'If .you.have news for the paper -
Mrs. Howard Murphy Jr., Mrs. the boys. His "prize" was a can of I tendance last SUliday.3r.d Wile is".visiting.Mr. and'MK. H. H. Binningnam, Ala. visiied tint Parents () ..
grounds at 8 p. m. The Minstrel d e please leave it..at the post; officewith -
.' will be sponsored by the E-'trellita Ruth Hersey Mrs. Lynn Herpel beans. lighted to have Rev W.' E.: Hail, i Lewis. ,- Mr. a'ni_ Mrs. J.y.. Vice, ,Mrs...'Ratliff.TRINITY AIJGTIO*:
Mrs. Robert Jackson [mother of On Monday evening March 13,J I Goldie Thomas ,of Brqoker.' and las.week.. .
Club of Keystone Heights and the i who has been hospitalized. ,recently. -* j.I ..
the bride], Mrs. Kenneth Cooper at the regular meeting of the CAP; Carolyn Gann of Alachua spent the Mr. and Mrs. Harley Starling '
Kejstcne-Starke Scottish Rite I ; able to bring the w worship"sel'f' ; t APRIL 1stBRADjplD
[mother of the groom, and Mrs.C. Seniors and Cadets ,Bert;-ChristI I.nee. weekend with Yvonne Conner. an j Mr.. and Mrs. J. W. Vice visited :. !i CIILISC$ MELBOSE I
Club No. 1. Proceeds will be for ; '
H. McIntyre from Tlppecanoe, offers, Sr. gave an interesting talk i ion 1 I: Mrs. Bishop Thomas .and children Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Starling ., 'i ;

.' the Masonic building fund. Ad- 'nd. the grocm's, maternal grand: I his extensive stamp collection Visitors at Pine Level Ch.urchi of Brooker Rev.,W. E. Hall, in Miami from Tuesday till 'Frilay -.:: S> ndava 10 a. TJ-, Churchj] 'BLDG.. SUPPLY

mission will' be $1.25 for adults. mother.Meeting. I which is in ten volumes. i', 1 last- Sunday included, Mrerv. Lamar and Mrs Sarah Underhill were j SchooL, 11:1,.tun. :Morning Pray-!! t .'

....,' Tickets are on sale now. : Date Changed ,I BETA Club Bake Sale j, dough of Gainesville,, .M'a. .nd. ,1!, Sunday guests of Mr..and Mrs..'H. : Mr. and MrsElijah and ei aDd Sermon (First Sunday i 301' E. Call.'St' ,;,!W. ..'(")t'1.5291.__ ,.
The tEstrellita Club will entertain rkk1 : f W-
'The Garden ,Clubs of the Lakes The Beta Club will hold a bake Mrs- Roberts "of Keystone' : Heights, H. Lewis. Holy Commuaion).' 6 p.m.. Episco i .1 'Vr .
j of Winter. Haven visited'lier '. A T..
the minstrel dinner
cast at
will change its March meeting sale at Redfearn's old 'store Saturday j "
... ... ..
in tr Mas nit ,Hall l March ...'." .
date to Friday. March 24 at 2 p. 18, starting at 10 J :-

Eastern Star To Meet rue This meeting will be at. the a. m. Profits will be used to pay i'iI i't.
On\Tuesdayevening.'' Maicli 21, I ..
AT home of Mrs.. Florence Becker of expenses to the convention. in ; -
OES' will 8 -.-\
Chapter 279 meet at
p Melrose., Jacksonville in April. %
a 1 p. m."1p the Masonic Hall. At this Lions' < lob Notes Important Film 11! SUGAR CURED HICKORY.SMOKED ,;.' :/:
meetiflg/they ,.. .3)/)
will honor Grario! The cost' of erecting the lightsfo The Florida Highway Patrol will i '
Treasurer' Mrs. Uaura Johnson.. : the Reservation [football fieldf show a film entitled "Death on !I

Another Reminder last fall was $3,000. the Highway" at the Masonic i I PICNICSfr: I

f.f. Citr Tax Collector Sara McDonald To date. the Lonsf Club has Hall Tuesday March 28 at 7 p. i i :::
again'reminds tltat city
1. us all '
paid $2,050 of this am9 leaving m. QUANTITY i' ,

11, taxes 'are due'' prior: to 'April 4, a balance .of $95000 Parents and children over 14 U) i 1 ,,,,/".",. :,,1t I y RIGHTS. :> ':, 'x3'w ;.
after -which" date they .wJl'Vte' delinquent C .....
'pedple have contributedto of urged to.-ttend! ,
Many sears age are "
'n, ,.lind; "a. 51* perj'cnt in- this project. Each polE] cost Not "Entertainment-- perhaps! Penmylr.ni, RESERVED .if. .,' :. ('f. .
I !tI ',i rr "
creas.6 will be added $150. G. E. Wiggins S. EtlrtcKay:: Tut'well worth your time! C:,,-, -c.

j' Runynage "; SaleLadfes tnj the Boosters'( Club each con-: PersonalsMr. 6 TO 8 L& ,.:... ,.:;. ..
'. : 'p/ME .
t bs; of the Community tributed a pole:. The Boosters' and Mrs. William"'Lee were i ( F WHOLE. a.', .<'

i.Y.3. Church will bold'RumnaAc! :: Sale Club has contributed $50 : ..tLB .
,; ; t,
.: in the old: Western auto buildingon he cost of their pole. :invention of the Motion Fictures I. :
on Starch 23,. 24, anj, 25. Mrs. rLJ ., :r
.:.Exhibitors of Florida, which was t '
It is; the Baal( : of the Lions' Clubto .1 _
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I .
Charles WaHenlUs amTMrs. ErnestWidegrea Hotel. '. ; \ : .... ,"JI ..
raise"the remaining S50 by :aeld at the Florida: They : '" '. ,
be co-chairmen in o : }. ;, .
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r July. If they are successful thi? also visited friends in St. Peters- gMWalnut ',.. '
charg Bring yo:ir dona ions to I f
320 S. .
after the convention. '
prcject wiUhavebeen,, undertaken, ourg .,
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'lJt the store; room on March 22. Director .. / .
you do not. have transportation, ani- completed. ,- .- in" one. year.- Chuck Erickson Athletic St. ( .,. < '. ," .'.'.

qi. call Mrs:. Eminett.'Jones,. 5-3131. TheLions., il.lh'ish, s to thank )lina at at Chapel University Hill.of N.North C. was Car-the !j StarkeFlorida : :: ", :,1 "

all the, townspeople who .:supported I .
or Mrs. R. A. Gaunt,

0/0 "Father Bill Will Stay them in this under taking.town weekend:ierbert Nelson.guest Mr.of Mr.Erickson, and Mrs.and t 1 .BlUE 8188011, (HUC.K'E K L"i

Some weeks ago, a petition was Thanks also to those out-or- Mr. Nelson played football together .gypx
folks who likewise supported the
going around town the signers for North Carolina in their

,to Bill"which Breyfogle to leave requested our reconsider midst that to"Father his go decision tow project.CHURCH. William's NEWSSt. ChurchSt. college:: John days.Martin of Rochester N. Y. --iv v t i r, Q UJ.RIIJQH 1i RIB STIAK LB'6 4:

'I s winteding In Keystone Heights ,.. ,
a new assignment. The signers William's Altar Society will the home of Mrs. .. c :, .;
md staying at i 0 '< }:' .
were victorious and Rev. i'ey- meet Monday evening. March 20 4 .- n
:3ertrude Burch. Mr>.Martin bas CCBEL ERAND HICKORY SUGAR CURED ': j
fogle has decided\to stay in St. at 8 o'clock in the recreation hall. jeen coming to Keystone for | ?, : "f. '.;'.
Anne's Parish where he is a fav- Sunday March 19, is Commun- : ST '' /"
'!! everal years to escape the bad E. .
orite of all teen''a; ers in this area 'nn Sunday for the Ladies of the! .veather.C. : MERCHANTS RE Foo p ORDER o 0'}.

whether members of his flock or Parish. The Rosary will be recited 1 wliN 55.00 v', '
J. Vachon, Carl Piper Joe Sliced' LB -,
not. We know he did tha light :at 8:15: a- m. aeon; .' ..
.lurelli H. L. Morgan pAME CEllO" ( .
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thing. St. William's Altar Society: Wilbur Neal and John I '
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Mrs. Warren Entertains members will have a baked good 19 196 : '. ; :
Martin were among the men from Expues nV .. ,
For Bride-Elect concession at the Clay Electric "" .
attended .}
William's Parish who
N St. "- .
Mrs. J. W. Warren was hostessat Annual Meeting March 23. AT he Holy Name Breakfast in I A 6Re SI ORES F.#- :

a bridal shower on Wednesday members of the parish are requested "
3tarke Sunday morning. Altar :; u tOt K\\VB
(evening March 8, honoring Miss to bake and donate as oys who attended were Jchn Allen $ : .. i'o'ff' (' O 'WBll BUVi '

Lane Jackson whose wedding to much as they feel they can: fo. David : "
Herbert Nelson Jr., .
,; Larry Cooper will be an cent of 1l.: t year, the supply didn't equalhe Schaeffer, Lee Sutton and Jimmy j I PROFESSIONAL BRAND : '.x. : ; t ELITE RFD. 8DII"'f' ) JL"3 :
18. The shower was held 't'! 1: 'CAN
i March demand. Be sure to have your : .
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at the Warren home on East raked goods at the stand: on the |i ; i ,.
-dtL is expecting
/ Mrs. Harold: Sutton j llc I
Lakeview Drive. grounds by 10 a. m. company this week. Her mother/:; COTIIc nte1 1 OMATOI E
There were interesting games CAP Cadet News .
Vlrs. F. A. Fitzpatrick, her sis- :; i iiJ
... and prizes were won by Lane: and 1 The Keystone Heights CAP ter and brother-in-law. Mr. and t !<<..,,,:& ''Ht'-15' 'rl A ,I

c Mrs. Thomas Elmore. Cadets held a "SARCAP" on Mrs- J. F. Piedmont all of Nor- : ei-tIEJ: !!11$! i- : TOt ''AiOtce.: r C

I After the games, the guest of f (t March 10. 11 12, at the Keystone : : 1 .AXtr f.iQ; L H
"olk. Va. are expected to arrive on 5 \IITI ;
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honor opened her gifts and re- i ii Airbase Charlie Foster, Jr., com- Wednesday. The Piedmonts will FRESH. CAUGHT CEDAR KEYMILD rn rE !! ; J. CAX-- EO.tAP... ,. '.

i mandant of the Cadets was in go on to Ft. Myers for a vacation! C .L. """,, ,,", .J: 6AC" .{EYe, .PS B"WITH. '.'oJ 0 ....
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an then return to Keystone for MULLET '. 'tL : ,}: ,,,:!E 1.ED! UIT 'H\i: Ns i', ,_ ,.
he Fitzpatricks, and they! will all +
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i' STARTING return to Norfolk together .<:,,.......,..... _..... : b COLLAR .roA.303........ Y ''";
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Pater Sr. .'., "..',, '.. ....y,.'." .. .. ",'1>
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?left Jacksonville by plane on Sunday DAISY { '.t: "'.>,. ,.. >N.. .; -. .J z .. I I4a
March 5, for their home in1 I G "<,". ;. (",>>-:: ,:.<,;"... >.:,, .J...L i,' ..........;.;..."t,;'y.. ,..-'" Cc C ,: QII/'ITY. 'FOIL.:-,r '. ,.._.. r .. ;
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i: MONDAY MARCH i Lyndhurst, N. J., after a seven- 4 9 i\::':.';, -:,.'',. ; : >. ; ......, ..
13th .t
< t leek vacation in Keystone CHEESE LB
Heights with their son and family -
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who had Just moved into a lovely
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new home on Nelson Pont; on' ,..' ) S DZ)( ,r'.,
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Lake Geneva. .. 3 ;
j! FRANKSB9 >m.,: ," :'.." %< -::._2 ibL: l\ r.!) CT ,,_.
I FLORIDA THEATRE Mr. and Mrs Lena Clemens. ) . "' -: ". ul\.fG! c'n.r 0 '
i > ',. '.J." .". '""I. :"',I.,.)>':" \ :" ". .- r.r.. .... ....::5 P.r s 12 --I. .
Mrs. William : : L { ,
and t .k
Cooper ) ] ir. '
Mrs. Emery \S. .. N
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Davie were in Jacksonville \,{.f'.i.'y, ,. :t'.S, .......... 'f Ct'E': r1".Sir. ''CD/ZED/ : OXZ L ,.!f:\...
Wednesday attending the Deanery .f.Lr <..1'.. '-.c.' .,"T_......,>..:- ".. .. ,pur', .!!K'r' .3J3: "-" .....' ..>i4

' I WILL ADMIT Meeting of the National Councilof j ""- ., ,. .CAN.'f.....' "2'
: Catholic Women. The meeting :'; .
;: HILLS '. T'.
p\lE 8VA"A
started with Mass at the Christ LADY FAIR DINNER / ;' N FLAT CAN .

: THE FIRST luncheon the King Church was served in Arlington at the South-and ,'' I' O. "I'!:' IN! tS &R\m\J1' ,

i side Woman's Club. !: ROLLSPKC 1 2 ]; ptl1' i : {!t j. "f' ..lu' < ... E .J '. '.

f Mrs. Edna Erickson of Santa ..,,>, ? ltf .. ORANGE DRINK QT A .. ft..

L 5 STUDENTS Barbara Calif is visiting Mrs./ :, a 'CA, ,"' t'j? CAN C It.. -
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I PINK OR (4- : ..... POTATOES 9J -
Monday Through Friday LEMONADE i--"t.; -. W 1. .
ROULAR r- '\ "" nD
Sundays 9:30: a- m.. Church C > ; .a., + ,- k !. QJU{ ), ViENNA '
GARDEN GOLD 6 OZ : i ; SA'' I r01: !c tf ;:
School. 9:30: a. m.. Morning 1 0 \ ,.. ,FYNE. j' 'L i ..
i Each Week Prayer and.Sermon [1st Sunday., PAR-KEN ORANGE DRINK CANS :\ .z.:: :,, EX C1EACH. 8TL' 1-;.., I

Holy Communion]. 6 p .Jn Epis- EA --'IJ. ,- !

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I Covered Dish Supper 6 or 6:30: I -
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p. m. I O's BREAAS'i ', 12 az dAR$. ytutsT rlCH,
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The Rev. Millard H. Breyfogle,I I -LBBAC.. ::' PRESERVES -, :k

Vicar. ,M y. THIS Cp1i DH EiIJlt
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tatt\Y\ FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH ? .v/mi'$5.00 r

y\\\\1\\\G\\ \\ KEYSTONE HEIGHTS i, f ; -, FOOD ORCER'; ? Jr_
$ --- J. R. Smith pastor. Ralph ,

'11 SERVICE\ \ w Copeland, Minister ol Music and :j ;\ ; '

church -organist : : : .. .

-.. a. Services m. Morning: Sunday Worship School.10:50: 9:45:a: : f WILSON-QUALITY) ,3 lSCAJ.i' 11.. t : MERCHANTS GREENATAMfS
m. Training Union 6i30, p. m.i 1G R 1----1' I.' '' S:1'' JAR eDRDiritj38C.(11r

I Evening CO.MMUNTTY services 7:30 CHURCH p. m. I; \':, IA" .I. ; .. fOOD.5 DER i I THI'i.SGLVDIItxr FIST NaC1f C4fF 19." ti61 t1E9at E" +

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1 t .. Mrs. J. L. HetherinfftonOrjranist r _, .d <) : \
\ and Choir Director. r .

Sunday School 9:30: a. 'm. Morning -
Worship 11:00 a. m S UEET 1


St. William's Catholic Chapel WITH THE PURCHASE OrANVI
Keystonr HeixfaU; ,--1tG
Sunday Mass at 8:30: &. m. I ; f
iRINf III ., f/- S' '"- TN18 CDUPON Et>rIR
Holyday Mass at 7:00 t. IlL i ,. 'NAACH 1 t. 1
Tuesday Maw ,t 8:00: a m. >' CtiDf

PHONEWO Confessions before aO Masses FRES NF ANCY FLORIDA ar w .
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?*< __ Baptisms marriasea and; In- J

.tractions by appointment. MRSN ,




, I' 4 Office and School Supplies Sunday. 9:45: a. m. Church NORTH CAROLINA KILN' DRIED LBS 19 ,, ; IT N THE PURCHASE Dl
School for all ages. 11 a. m., 3' ,A rRlt IAtiUEADAZN i1 ,

I t Mornipz Worship. 6:30 tp. m.. POTATOES .
Youth Fellosrahlp.' / t t.1 1. WEET : : TNIecDUrDMIIARCN,17
County 'Wednesday; 7:30: p/ m'Btble; 0. . ., I' .. .. 1961

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f rTTTTTTTTTTMAXVIILE and Mr. and Mrs. R. Kasson.. and Frank Williams of Gainesville i
We extend our deepest sym- were honored at a joint family!i Mrs. O. J. Phillips Danny, ,. Crews family over the weekend. Thin notice shall litpublished against. said estate in. the office ff
pathy to the family of Clarence birthday ,dinner at the Durban i Mrs. .Addie Hinote have returned 1 I I Dinner guests of Mrs.. Ed Durban Thursday Choir Practice, 8 one each week for four consecutive I the Bounty judge of Bradford i-ourtbous County at-
I I I i weeks: in the Bradford County Tele- ,i Florida, in the
!i Barber who passed away last Sun- home on Saturday eyeninj.; March I from Macon Ga. where they visited I i :Saturday .evening were Mr. ; p. m- I I era ph. i Starke, Florida, within eight calendar -
day morning at his home in Max- '' 11. : Mr. and'Mrs. Fate Redd -and j"I and Mrs. Frank Williams and Saturday Junior Recreation,I ( ':rAL) I months front the date of the
By Mrs. C. B. Nolan i 4 m. Mated this :2 day: of March, HIIH, first EiO>li<-tlon of this notict. Each
vine. I Attending. were Mr. and Mrs.,children and Mr. and.I1's.," Bill !.children of Gainesville, Mi. and p. School 9:45a. I Charles A.- Darby, I claim or demand mint b& In,, writing -
4 Rev. and Mrs.. Herbert Higdon M. M. Matchett. Russell Williams I Adams- f Mrs. Marvin Williams, Russell I Sunday -Sunday Clerk of the Circuit Court and must state toe addru..ot place "r
Communicants Class, 10 a. L. residence and >t-offiO e
Marian Crosby po
FROM LAST WEEK and family are moving on Fridayto Mr. and Mrs.. George .williamsl Mrs. J. C. Tye and Mrs. H. y..j[ I Williams,. Mr. and Mrs. George 11 m. Deputy Dy Clerk the claimant and must be worn to
!,Bennett attended District 6 PTA and m. Morning Worship, a. 4t 3-S9 claimant, hi* agentor his
Tampa where Rev. Higdon has Howell Williams, Mr. and Mrs. I I Williams and son and Mr. 3-9 by the
Mrs. Albert Smith entertainedat Choir 5 m. Evening it will become void according -
Junior p. attorney or
Marvin Williams the Frank Wil- at Moose Haven Auditorium In IlMarshall Matchett of Hamp-
her home Tuesday, Fib. 28, accepted a church. We are very Vespers 6 p. m. Youth Fellowship. !a !. C.....,. 1*****. Court. In Aid to law.
sorry to see them leave this com- liams family and Mrs. Durban Orange Park Friday morning. On ton, Mr. and M 'S. Jay Boyett and I Fur Bradford Ceaaty FUrWt. February 37, WL
with a party honoring her daughter. -
Robin on her 5th birthday. munity. They will be greatly miss-I and children.. j the way home they stopped in daughter of Valdosta, Ga., Mr. 7 p. m. I. In re:: Instate of George A. Hlbbs.i Executrix Murul L Hart of the will of George
ed, but we wish them much success -I PersonalsMr. Middleburg and visited Lonnie and Mrs. Raymond Williams of Tuesday Young Communi- deceased. TO CREDITORS I A Hibba d4fC@li8ed.Flnt
little guests played games after in their new undertaking.Mr. and Mrs. L. P: Bradley and Prescott and Mr. and Mrs.. Jacksonville, and Mr. and Mrs. W. cants Class 3:30: p. m. 'I 1 All creditors of the estate of publication on'Starch 8.9 It 9,3.30I Mil.
throughout the afternoon
and Mrs D. J. Parrish and children of Starke have moved Vaughn Prescott. L. Durban and; daughters of the the I George A. Hibbs deceased, are here-
which attractive PO;NT roe
Robin open her many THE RIGHT .
gifts and then ice cream family have built 'a lakefront into their new home hi Hampton> Mr. and Mrs. Joe Harrell were State Farm. The occasion was thebirthday write. Come It* and select I .t.. t., +
home on Kingsley Lake and are and are completing inside workon visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Wainwright l of Mrs. Durban and her way favorite ESTERBROOK i I 1/+ .It. .
$0,4, cake were served to 20 guests. your -
now enjoying plenty of fishing, the. frame house. the Fred Moores and other brother Frank. They had a won- ,
Mrs. Smith was assisted in entertaining Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH 1 *
beat riding and water skiing. Mrs. C. L. May was taken to friends Sunday afternoon I derful dinner and all enjoyed
by Mrs. Bell and Mrs. I .:
I Mrs. Bill Roberson and daughter Alachua General Hospital in Bill C. Wainwright and Bill Jr.I visiting. NOTICE TO APPEARTo There'i rest'mitgid'' .

Finner.Mrs. Doss Higginbotham spent Marcia, and Mrs. Dorothy Gainesville Saturday for treat-i of Atlanta Ga. spent the weekend Mrs... H. W. Bennett, Mrs. Eu :address Susie Wiley.Is UNKNOWN.You whose residenceand tk4.e iuGuUAdaptAFiaa, _G'. ee. e

last c weekend in Jacksonville with Waters and daughter, Linda, visit- ment. with Mr. and Mrs. Truby Wain-. gene Pearson, and Miss Enza are hereby notified that a .
ed In Jacksonville last Saturday Ben Saxon entered University wright. Blanchard attended Bradford- wit for divorce has been filed Court against e t
tier and daughter-in-law, Mr. above named
son In the
afternoon. Medical Center in Gainesville for I Mrs. E. W. Lee and son Fred of Union PTA Council at Lake But- and cause you and you are required to r d eC A
and Mrs. Franklin Higginbotham .
We are glad to learn that Bill ,treatment last week. Tallahassee visited Mr. and Mrs. ler Monday:! evening. serve a copy of your answer the or t& ett.. .,

lid family. Roberson's father is getting along Mrs. J. H. McAlhany of Reeves- Eugene Pearson and Donny dur- pleading to Attorney the complaint Joseph K. Skip 1 .. &
Mrs. Mae Plaintiffs
*Mrs. Dorothy KIlgore NOTICE TO DEFEND
Jilgginbotham and Miss Shirley nicely after having his leg ampu- ville S. C. arrived the first of last ing the week. IB Circuit Court Bradford County per. 221 Florida Florida Title and Pu"dln rue the< ..* .II
Estella tated. He hopes to come home this week for a visit with her son-in- Mr. and Mrs. George Roberts Florida la Chaacrrr I Jacksonville the 2 office of the Clerkof .
Higginbotham visited Mrs. Case No. 12-960 original in ee
Jllgginbotham. who has been quite week.VYYYYYYYYYVYYYYYTVTYVYY. law and daughter Mr. and \{rS.J. and children of Tallahassee were John T. Wiley Plaintiff vs. Susie the Circuit Court on otherwise or before the the t e t
W. Home. Mr. and D+rs. J. S. weekend guests of Mr. ard Mrs. Wiley, Defendant. 10 day of April, 1961
ill in Jacksonville, last Friday. Gulf Life t
and McAlhany of Reevesville made: the G. W. Roberts.Mr. ADAPT.A-PL iNO % '
Mr. and Mrs. Albert
An& A C
trip here to bring Mrs. McAlhany and' Mrs. Earl Moses and That's Our Business"If
week- .t
family had as a visitor last GLASS will PLAN << .
end, Mr. Smith's brother D. G. I HAMPTONBy south. son of Jacksonville were visiting It's Glass We Have It" .
Marty Misner, son of Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Phillips and other P11* 70w: .
Smith of Tampa. tt
Mrs. M. R. Misner of Gainesville friends Sunday afternoon. CALL WRITE or VISIT help you .+ 1atlede .
Miss Shirley Higginbotham Mrs. D. E. Hill
spent last Friday night in Jacksonville and grandson of Mr. and Mrs..R. Mr. and Mrs: Bill Harrell of .
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAACouncil H. Parker of Hampton, underwent Joe Peters Glass Co.FOR build for
) as the guest of Miss I Jacksonville attended the .
heart at the. University
Eleanor Johnson. I Receives Bid surgery Church 'Sunday morningand '
Medical Center in Gainesville on ANY GLASS NEED the future! ASS ABOUT IT OD.y
They are now holding' choir't For City Lawn Mowing were dinner guests of DaveShuford.

practice each Thursday night at Last week's city council meet- Thursday last week and is con- We Design Modern Store Front y I:,t

7:30: o'clock at the Maxville Baptist ing had little business, with- one velescing. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Marvin Warren and daughter Just Mail Us A Pattern for *

Church and would tike for bid received for city: lawn mowing Baker In and Gainesville children and of Hamptonlast Orlando Lynn spent Sunday with Mr. and Table Tops Gulf Life knAa, fi'
everyone to come out and take I this season as the main topic. On- Mrs. J. E. Warren.
part s ard Parker submitted a bid at weekend to visit them. and 1313 N. W. 4th PI. Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR 2-4353 Founded 1 1t a Home Office,Jatteenviff*., r1, 'W.
Don Pearson of St. Petersburg Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Crews I
Miss Eleanor Johnson of Jacksonville the meeting with another bid an- children and T.vnton Rav! Williams .
Sunday dinner guest of Mr. --- 0---
spent last Saturday night ticipated. Mowing will begin this was

and Sunday with Miss Shirley month, after bids are decided up- and Mrs. M. M. Matchett in
Hampton.Mrs. .
on.All J. W. Home spent last.
M. L.
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Williams councilmen Mayor '
New Port Riche,
weekend in
and sons have moved into the D. Watterson and Marshal Phillipswere
where she was called by the illness -
B, Orif f is house down by the Max- present for the meeting. .
Goes To The Wind of their grandson Sammy .
vllle Baptist Church. Paper .
Mrs. Dorothy Kilgore and fam- High winds in the area on I Williams son of Mr. and Mrs. R. __ ;..) f I. '
I C Williams, when he received \ I j ; ..... ;:: { ..
last week took anothertoll > '
ily Miss ,I Shirley Higginbotham, .. -. ,'.;-..
at '
accident ,
electrical burns in an ".
and Miss Eleanor Johnson enjoyed besides the usual !Spanishmoss .
ah outing at the Jacksonville Zoo branches and general litter the Williams home. ; ..1I -

last Sunday. when it scattered the Hampton .,., : '
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Miss 'Mary Kilgore enjoyed copies of the Florida TimesUnionall .

water skiing last Saturday over !! along Highway 301 and left '":'" .

at Ocean Pond with Miss Iris I!, the town "morning-paper-less-" \ .. .- ."

Higginbotham. Larry Hill and The paper delivery from Jacksomllle ... <
Coleman of Baldwin. Iris' By Enza.Blanchard .,-'
Gary *! was left in a pile near I .,

family also joined them later. ;I the Youngs, for them to pickup I (LAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA ALAi ,.. : "'-. '. .'

Those from MaxviUe enjoyingthe :for delivery in Hampton without '

district basketball tourna- ;, being weighted down. The 'lit-I I WSCS Meeting '. / "-
ment in Crescent City last Friday terbug' wind took it from there,I. The Methodist Woman's Society .

night were Misses Patty Parrish, ,and the grocery ads made more i met with Mrs. Mae B. Wells and / '

Mary Kilgore, Jewel North, Peggy fodder for cows in the neighboring Mrs. Martha Bales Tuesday night, .. ': I \ J''

Smith, Eugene Bell, ,Richard Bell, pastures than for housewives' March 7. After all buisness was .- : ". '', ; I \ :.. ;: ;

r ,shopping last week! taken care of Mrs. Orville Bum- ". ; .. : ;;,

) Joint Birthday Party garner directed a one act playlet, :

: For Alethia. Ralph Williams "Remind me to live" in which ... '

WILLIAMS Alethia Williams andRalph five members took part. This por- I

Williams daughter and son of trayed the normal life of a I 1

JEWELRYWATCHES Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Williams were ,,modern busy family, all too busy I ,

,honored with a birthday party at to really live. .

j their home Saturday evening,I Mrs. Kelley. had the devotionaland '
i'March 11. the program "Giving Thanks" .

REPAIRSAll j A bonfire and games in the was presented by Mrs. George i

Work GuaranteedA. ''i(yard highlighted the party, with Roberts. Mrs. Bumgarner, Mrs. R.

C. Williams I gifts, and refreshments of cake, E. Lee Mrs. Mae Wells and Mrs..

142 W. Call St. j cookies potato chips and punch A. H. Harley.

served to the 30 guests. I Refreshments were served by
Starke Fla. i' '
I Family Birthday Dinner the hosteses to eleven members. -

i.-: L ..IL: .,. I jln Lawtey Honors Two The executive committee of

Mrs. Jessie Durban of Lawtey Lawtey PTA met Thursday after- .
noon at the school. 0 : '..

NOTICE NOTICE Mrs. Alice Austin and son, :';' '
,; ;
Hewey of Daytona Beach spent / ,..
REPRESENTATIVESMR. several days with the Darley and [

Bennett families and,visited other ;..." .
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SMITH and MR. LYNN relatives In the vicinity. Mrs. Dar- .

WILL BE IN STARKE ley, Miss Since Prescott, Mrs. Aus- .. ,,.
tin and Hewey spent ThursdayIn CJ .. \ .f"..
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(Vicinity Of City Hall) Middleburg with Lbnnle Pres- iin: j. ',";. .

cott and Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn 1 .; ,;
Saturday March 18-10 A.M.-6 P.M.To 7 .'
Prescott. t ..I.,
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Furnish Information On Mrs. R. R. Thede of 'Jackson .x2, ,; -;d. ,'

Homes Designed for Finer LivingBy vine Tuesday visited afternoon.Mrs. Mrs. Q.. W. Roberts .y

Al Perser of Savannah

U. S. SHELL HOMES, Inc. Ga., Mrs. Rebel Rhoden of Ocala, .
and Mr. and Mrs W. L. Durbanwere

Jacksonville, Fla. Wednesday evening dinner .

guests of Mr. and Mrs. HC..
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Mack's Body Shop I Ed Prevatt's Garage Starke Recap Co. '.-,< '

RADIATOR SERVICE Pappy Roulston, Owner Mgr. "

BODY FENDER REPAIRS New Cores-Rodding-Flushing Recapping for Cars & Trucks 4.3 .
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Grinding SERVICE ; \
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,Painting:-Matching> 1 i Lawn Mower Motors RepairedSo. NEW TIRES AT SAVINGS .: ;;;''f.,c

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Auto Sales II North Temple Amoco YOU CAN BE ON'E OF 100 Yes, BAY Gasoline is changing its name! We've picked a new one from these 5 -

Tanner's Gulf Service AMOCO GAS & OIL names that we think better symbolizes our recent and continuing progress: 'r.{

GULF PRODUCTS FIRESTONE Completely New-COmpletely HCltrs ALL YOU HAVE TO DO Pick up your Official Entry Blank at any BAY Service M',;

Complete Automatic Tire -Batteries- Accessories Equipped Station..check the name you think to be the one we've chosen..,fill in'your 1.1..

Transmissions 528 S. Walnut WO 4-S861 Priced & Designed for the Farm name and address and drop your entry in the mailbox. That's all there,is to ,1 I ; c .....

Service and 'RepairsFor Just $149.95-Servtce on all Makes But do it today! All entries must be postmarked by April 17, 1951. -, ;C 1; ,. ,

666 N. Temple All Starke Makes WO 4-2321 Starke "66" ServiceBill 661 N. Temple Starke WO 4-501 If you're a winner, BAY will pick up the tab for your 1960 Federal Income Tai, up .... ..

Edwards, Prop. FARM SUPPLIES SWEEPSTAKES"Nothing to $2,000.00. Don't miss this big opportunity to make 1960 a taz-free year for ,

AUTO PARTS WE SPECIALIZE IN you! Drive in today to any BAY Service Station for your entry blank and official' ';i' .

BRAKE SERVICE Brownlee & ChasteenSEEDS -- Sweepstakes contest rules. -s .',

Starke Motor Wheel lancing &: Alignment -FEEDS FERTILIZERS to buy I No-jingles to complete! !.Nothing to write!.Sim WHY: BAY IS CHANGING ITS NAME: BAY is launching a dynamic new expansion, program : ; > i

Parts Co. Inc. 617 N. Temple Starke WO 4-8881 Insecticides Crates and Plants ply pick up an entry blank at any BAY Service Statien and to give you better service in every way. We're expanding..,modernizing ', '. .'

"Your Friendly Farm Supply Sto check which one of the following 5 names you think we've ...improving our products, service and facilities all down the line. *. 6 .. ;." .., a t
Your LocalJobber Gilbert S. Brown
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NAP with this we've chosen a new name- ; .
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Standard Oil Service Station Supply
Cor.For Brownlee & Clark H ATLAS 10th A: Cherry Starke, US f m TOR "I' J BToaco: iiI OCTEEN- name products every and motorist service.! can look to in the future as a sign. of the best in a .iltiV'J' I' !<.

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Terms-Road Service ; '. '.:.' ->, "'V- ., If you've been a BAY customer in the past, you can be sure that sv-under It.Afi' '.

AUTO REPAIRS_ 407 N. Temple Starke WO 4-7071 Thomas Welding ., ENTER AS MANY "TIMES*AS YOU LIKE. THE MORE'TIMES ... n banner. ,-will be better than ever. If you haven't yet tried BAY drive in loon -_.

_/ ', YOU-ENTERTHE BETTER YOUR CHANCES, OF WINNING., and see how really friendly and efficient a servicestation can be! ".};,.iJIj" _

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