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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 30, 1961
Publication Date: 1888-
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH 3,000 Copies'

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; i I fet-Dry Petition Berry PricesStrengthened Eifj;: --. '..-'. -C,"'i!'" ;. -.i,' ::1':' ,-" .: <. Bradford High

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9l + Next Tuesday Easter Demand I r.. L L TV TonightBradford

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j s The Bradford Commissioners; at i Strong pre-Easter demand \ + __ High Schools; top

jf their meeting next Tuesday are ".; .i i strengthened prices on the straw- J scientists, winners of the local
.' berry market here this week with ITuesday's I
jt f .t and regional Science Fairs
expected to receive a petition with can be
'iI 1 11ka 1j average reported ati,
t some 1.350-plus names asidng fora j I $3.14 per 12-pint flat-highest ol atip seen with' their projects over

wet-dry referendum in the s h;.i( the season thus far. Monday's t. channel 5, the University of Flori-

county early next summer. + average was $2.85. Quality con- t.r y" '' da's educational TV station, in a

I Doyle Conner Made First Member The petition will be submitted by tinued good and the 'season: here y. 15 minutes program at 7:15: to-
I, Clayton: Robby SmithWayne's appeared to be about at the midI I r night.
the Committee for Control ..
Legal
; way mark, volume wise. t The program will feature the

I' Of Reorganized County Fair Group through its attorney Mack Futch. I During the week, March 22-28, k ..ekm p three senior division winners and
Robbery
The law requires that 25 per cent the market handled 10.961 flats *r- c i r. t their instructor Richard H.

of the registered voters must sign Returned for a gross return to growers of Jockel, and is the second of a

Commissioner! of Agriculture to erect livestock pavilions and the petition before an electioncan Suspect $26,672.30. three-part series on science fairs

Doyle Conner (center) receivedthe exhibit buildings, but that the : So far this season total sales presented over channel 5. It will
No. 1 membership card in the funds were exhausted and the last'I be called.As From AlabamaI I i through the market have grossed deal with science fair research

reorganized Bradford County Fair legislature did not make this ap soon as the petitioners file I I I I 53345.50 for 22,344' flats. 4 7 methods employed in making

Association last Friday night from propriation. He promised his cooperation ; their document with the board, it Long sought by Bradford auth- Daily sales and average price ( science fair projects.
temporary association chairman, if matching funds should will be turned over to Supervisor orities in the armed robbery of per flat during the past week: j The show was video taped Mon-

Kenneth Grider (left). At rightis again be made available, and suggested of Registration Marion L. Crosbyfor Wayne's Superette last September March 22-1,467 at $2.83. i r day afternoon at the unh-ersity's

VV. O. Whittle, executive sec- that Sen. Charley E. Johns verification of names against 11, Clayton Robby Smith, 37, was March 23-1.178 at $2.55. j studios in Gainesville. The three

retary of the Agricultural and and Rep A. J. Thomas, both of ;.original registration records. returned here from Birmingham, March 24, 1,334 at $2.45& -_- students who will appear on the
Livestock Fall Committee, who whom were present at the Mrs. Crosby has said that she Alabama Sunday after agreeing to March 25-1,328 at $2.57 Vicki Devrick Overall Winner program are Linda Wasdin with
F' attended the meeting here ing, make an effort to meet-I' would attempt to have the! names his extradition. March 27-2,774 at $2.85 her project "Electrophoresis of

with Conner.A legislature' provide matching|verified as soon as possible and Smith was apprehended in Cull- March 28-2,880 at $3.14 Head For State FairScience Hemoglobin;" Harriet Goodman,

new board of directors is funds. i!| to return the petition to the man, Alabama near Birmingham, Shipments from Plant City con- "Study of Mammalian Larnyx"and

being nominated for the expanded Commissioner Conner introduced I Commission at its May 2 meeting. by the FBI on a fugitive's war- tinue farily heavy, and berries are Vicki Devrick, "Embryologyof

Fair Association which under its Mr. Whittle who compli- The Commission is required! to rant issued from the Bradford also being marketed in Dade Students a Chick."

new charter, now includes mem- mented the Legion on ,the founda- set an election date within 60 County Sheriff's department.While County', Louisana and California.The Vicki was the first over all win-
bers from all groups, as well as tion it has laid for an annual days after the verified petition is he was held in jail in Ala- North Carolina crop will not ner of the senior division in the
:; private citizens. Originally the fair and pledged his assistance in bama, authorities there brought offer competition until May it is Regional Science Fair in Lave Oak
filed with'
it, and must advertisethe
; membership was confined to members every way possible to make it a charges against Smith for larcenyof reported. Win At RegionalAfter last weekend, while Linda won
/ of American Legion Post 56. continued success. referendum 30 days in ad an automobile. The elusive the second over all prize. Harrietwon

At the meeting last Friday the County Agent G. T. Huggins I vance. This would make the election fugitive pleaded guilty to those Benner Resigns first prize in the physiology
purpose of the reorganization pointed out the fall some time in June, division.
was encouragementand I I charges and was sentenced to i completely dominating the I ject "Cactus and Succ\tlents."
i explained and support of the en- inspiration that a fair pro I County Clerk Charles Darby said. three years.Bradford. Position As Regional Science Fair in Live Oak I Eighth grader Mickey Dansby
tire county solicited. Members of vides for farmers and Darby estimates the special
young peo- County authoritieshave last weekend the six Bradford also won a bid to the state fair I Seniors Leave
; Post 56 explained that the Legion ple with I election will cost the from
agricultural interests. I county charged Smith with the High School entries are all headed with a project "Magnetism and
t had guided the Fair through I He said, however, that owners of I;. $1,200 to $1,500.Friday armed robbery after identifying j Rec Director for the State Fair next week, Electricity." For Nassau

.l its formative years, but it was now '' purebred livestock 'were reluctant I i him as the person who took $809 I April 5-8. at Florida Southern The six Bradford High btudents I

t 1 felt that support should be broadened I to let their registered stock be Is'DeadlineFor in checks and cash from vVayne'sSuperette Bab Benner, director of the College in Lakeland.At brought home a total of 126 in

to make it a genuinely shown unless adequate buildingswere OfNonDelinquent on Orange and Madison I City Recreation Department, submitted the regional fair last Friday prize money plus their bids to the Early TonightSeventyfive

i countywide event. Legion spokesmen provided for their protec- Payment Streets in a bold Sunday night I his resignation Tuesday and Saturday were many happy state fair. In addition to $50 for
said the Fair could never tion during fair week. Taxes night, Fred Snell, chairman, an- Bradford High
faces from
robbery. Smith is accused ol hold- Starke as Vicki Dev- first over-all prize to the fair
realize its full potential until Chairman Grider said yesterdaythat I n ing a gun on Wayne Douglas nounced yesterday. rick won first over-all prize in the Vicki Devrick, daughter of Mr. I I School seniors and 15 adult chap-:
f\ there-were adequate facilities for II I the new.fair association now Friday March 31, is the final owner of the store, and several Benner, the city's first full- senior division with her project and Mrs. D. R. Devrick, won $3 for I erones are all set for an Easter
f exhibiting farm products and has around 60 members and that a date for payment of 'county and weekend of sightseeing and
witnesses while making off with time recreation director, has held "Embryology of a Chick" and having first prize in the zoology I vacationing -
livestock. concerted drive will be staged' in tity: taxes. Afler April 1, taxes 26 | on their class trip to Nas-
approximately $600 in checks and the position for the past Linda Wasdin won second over-all section in the senior division. lin-
Commissioner Conner said that the next few weeks to enlarge ''become delinquent and a penalty $200 in cash. months. He is resigning, effective prize in the senior division with da Wasdin, daughter of Mr. and !sau.i .

I, the State Department of Agri- the organization. A meeting will l is added for non-payment. After An abandoned car found stuckin April 26, to accept a position with her project "Electrophoresis of Mrs. Riley Wasdin, won $20 for i, The group including BHS Principal -
culture at one time provided mat- be held tonight (Thursday) to I taxes become delinquent the prop- a mudhole south of Starke National Aquatic Clubs, Inc. of Hemoglobin." Both are studentsof 1 the second best entry in the fair j Hugh B. Ingram, trip coor-
ching funds for counties' desiring complete organization of the new erty is advertised and sold by thecounty j Florence S. dinator, and County SUpermtend
,... linked. Smithwitll.the! robbery G. BHS science instructor Rich- plus, $3 for the' top project far the
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1- city I Deputy Sheriff Dolph Reddish Benner said he was giving up ard H. Jockel. All'six BHS entries: senior chemistry division. ent Harmon P. Morgan will leave
BHSThfadafs"It i said.- Checks from the store rob- his job here with regret, but that won bids to the state fair. David Dyal won $35 when he Starke at 7:30: tonight to begin

bery and other papers were found the new position afforded him an Sophomore Harriet Goodman, tied for the best project in the their weekend's fun, which will
I Named On in the car which had been stolen opportunity to get in "on the daughter of Seeber Goodman, won junior division and $3 for best last until Monday night when they

from a Jacksonville doctor. Red- ground floor" of a new organization first prize in the science physio- project in the junior botany di- return here.
Honor List 9 I dish traced the fugitive down with the prospect of future logy section division with her vision. Donald Thompson won $9 Each student must pay $75 to
through a letter addressed to advancement. "Study of Mammalian Larnyx." for second over-all project in the go on the trip $30 of which Is

Five Bradford High School Smith from a party in Maryland. National Aquatic Clubs will A space ship "The Jupiter 'C' junior division. paid by the senior class. The a-

trackmen were named to fbs State Smith's case will be on the construct facilities including club Rocket." made by David Thompson The six top science students will I dults must pay the full bill.Seniorsnot
docket in the spring term of Cir- houses and swimming pools in son of W. B. Thompson Jr. travel to Lakeland by school bus going to Nassau will picnic all
Track Honor Roll compiled week- 'Sit
ly by the Florida Track Com- cuit Court which begins the sec- various cities, and organize and and a student of science instructor and will e accompanied by some :day Monday at Kingsley lake.
mittee. ond Monday in May, Reddish maintain the clubs. Benner will Leah Sutton won second over- of their parents. The threa senior The group will go first to St.

Senior Hallie Seymour was = said. I [Continued on Page Four] all prize in the junior div .
6 David Dyal an eighth grader, tonight on a 15-minute TV pro- board a train for Miami,
named first in Class A T
competition
i in the high jump. Seymourhas .l.l'SeR' .lF No Electric Gripes tied for first over-all prize in the gram over Channel 5, the Univer- train connections from Starke
junior division and: won first: prize sity of Florida's educational television could not be made for sucha
already equaled his best jump

a, of last year and holds the school Only 3 Heard By Council i in the_ botany section with his pro- station. Time 7:15.Teachers .___u __ large 8 o'clock party.Friday Arriving mornlr.g in Miamiat the

record at 6 feet 2 3-4 inches. 'c_- y.v av
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students will breakfast in the Mi-
Sam Gardner, a standout on t At First SessionAlthough ami University cafeteria and then
the BUS team this year was i Gripe
go to near-by Cramden Beach fora
t named first in discus throwing in .- ,. picnic.
Class A competition and secondin only three persons 'Street the second to air his prob-
from Miami
Sailing at 5 pm.
the shot-put. Gardner holds appeared at the first "gripe ses- lem, told the council of sewer lines the vacationers will arrive in Nasv

the school record in both the discus sion" held in City Hall Tuesday being run within 150 feet of his a sau around ,8 ajn. Saturday and
and the shot. He broke his old
night, and none to complain about home without being made acces- stay until 5 pjn. Sunday. Arriv-
record In the shot-put last week "Xo'ou tell ," Bob Smith be he shows this
one might saying as ing back in Miami at 8:30 a.m.
electric it still term sible has
in the Lee Relays with a toss of his bill, was to him. Rhoden already .
16 lb., 6 oz. black bass caught by him Tuesday in Lake Lochloosaon city water and said he is willing II- Monday the group will reach St.
ed the Council.
50 feet 5 inches, and threw the a success by City
a "Paw Paw" lure. The prize specimen' was promptly entered in to take city current if he can get Augustine at 6:30: p-m. that eve-
in the
discus 146 feet 5 Inches Topics brought up by the three
the Chamber of Commerce fishing" contest where it topped by more I I sewage.
ning.While
last
Florida Relays in Gainesville
residents at the meeting ranged
Saturday for a new BHS school than two pounds the 14 lb., 2 oz. catch of Buddy Bishop which had The council promised the Bradford in Nassau the studentswill
from weeds on vacant lots to stop ;j 1 I High School Janitor that he shop at the straw market on
record in that event. held the record up to Tuesday. Other big ones entered In the contestare
and included would not have to the in- Bay Street, take in a floor show
Also named to the Ho.wr Roll Junior Chamber's 13 lb., 11 1-2 oz. entry, and Jimmy McRae's signs misplaced pay
l I creased water and sewer rates if Saturday night at the Cat & Fid-
+ are Bradford High's three pole IS lb., 10' oz. Smith i is a nephew of Foster Ski and Hogan Smith of street lights, overflowing sewers, !: he took city current. dle Club, and visit Paradise Beach.
vaulters, William Silcox, Irwin Starke. lie lives at Hawthorne and works for the DuPont Company and sewer service, but electrictywas i
Martin and Lynwood Walters. here .mentioned only incidentally."We | Rhoden also complained that ; i Persons InterestedIn
Silcox was named third In Class !lone! of two street lights on An- : :
appreciate people coming.
( A competition with a leap of 12 .I dregs had been moved from JJ Rescue Unit
down and about these
telling us
feet this year, while Walters and 'Play Palatka TodayBaseballers .;I the corner of Thompson and An- Asked To Meet
Martin were In the top six in situations, said Mrs. Ruby Johns
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drews Sts., where he lives in
with of 11 feet Starke's lone councilwoman, to.
their event jumps i Persons interested In helping to
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6 inches. Fernandina 3-2 the almost empty but still smoke- north Starke. He was told by -I set up a rescue .unit la Bradford
Whip
filled room. "I think these meet-. Light Plant Superintendent Riley Triumph County are asked to meet at 7:30:

Southside PTA ings will be a good thing if they Wasdin that "only two lights i p. m. Friday, March 31, in the

To Meet TuesdayThe For Fourth Victory No Lossesened she will help said.bring problems to light," could be put on that street, and BHS Principal Buckets One I courthouse.The meeting. was announced by

they had to be used to the best
Including three complainants !Deputy Sheriff Dolph Reddish, who
Southside Elementary three "visitors," city employeesand advantage to all." The council also In Student-Faculty ContestThe said the need for such an organi-
School PTA will meet at 7:30: p. Bradford High bascballers in the first frame with two I the council there were no promised to install stop signson zation in the county has been felt

m. Tuesday in the cafetoriura. downed their toughest foe of the out when Lane Clark singled, and more than 15 persons in the meet- the east end of Andrews Street BHS Principal Hugh Ingram is seniors almost puLed the on several occasions in recent

new season Tuesday by edging first-baseman Kenny Terrell dou- Ing room at any one time. The where it dead-ends by his house. years. He said that much of the
EASTERSUNRISE Fernandina Beach 3-2 for their bled. But Clark was nipped at the meeting began at 7 p. m. .and by The final resident to appear shown above pumping in a jump .game out with three minutes\ remaining equipment needed for a rescue

fourth victory against no losses. I plate by a good throw after the 7:40 only two complainants, and with problems was Edmond D. shot in the senior class faculty when they brought the unit could be obtained throughthe

The Tornadoes got the tie- 'ball was bobbled in the outfield. two visitors had shown up; by 8:30 Tenly, 516 Orange Street, who basketball game last Friday night.ball score to 61-59. but fouls at crucial Civil Defense organization.
breaking run across in th' bottonof Starke tied the score in the three complainants and three visitors said that in heavy rains the sew- Ingram proved to be a good points cost them the winning bas-
SERVICE the seventh when second!-baseman third inning when DeVore got had appeared. The interested er line on his street overflowsin handler and scored six points! to kets. BHS Stadium Site
Marty Crosby hit a high on by an error by the Pirate sec- help his teacher-teammates gaina
visitors were O. J. McGriff, W. his yard. Chairman J. D. Doyle
,I BHS Stadium bouncer through the box and advanced ond-baseman, and scored on ano- H. Alexander and Roy Roddy. explained that the Orange Street 64-60 victory over the seniors.In Labor Coop Meeting !I I Of Sunrise Service

6:30: A.M. to second on a wiU throwto ther error when Woody Stricklandhit : The first complaint was made line is overloaded now but is to a preliminary game the '
senior girls bested the feminineside Called 7:30An The annual union SunrUe Ser-
to Tonight at I'
Sunday April 2 first. second. by R. E. Newberry, whose addressis 6e taken care of in the city's pro-
16-14. vice will be held at the football
t Advancing to third on a ground Both teams tallied in the sixth north Westmoreland Street, posed $500,000 sewer project. of the BHS faculty I
PUBLIC INVITED ball to second by Johnny DeVore frame with the .Pirates going a- about unsightly and weedy vacant Doyle said the line is one of four, Mrs. Adele Mitchell led her team- important meeting or every-j j stadium Easter Sunday morning

Sponsored by Starke Crosby then scored on another head 2-1 at the top of the inn- lots at various locations about including Orange, Water Cherry mate's losing effort with 6 points. one connected with the Bradford i j t at .6:30: o'clock.

Ministerial Alliance wild throw. ing on two singles and an error by town. Councilman Wayne Doug and Church Streets which is The women teachers appeared on County Labor Cooperative has Rev. Bob Badgett, president of
the court dressed in old blue jeans been'called for 7:30 m tonight I the Ministerial Alliance will be
p.
Bill Jackson worked thfull 2ndbaseman Marty Crosby. las, head of the safety and sanitation heavily loaded at present.
and work shirts with wagons pull- [Thursday] in the Chamber of I in charge of the service and Rev.
Starke
seven innings for the Tornadoes evened the score at 2-2 in department told Newberrythat Councilman Carl Hurst and
giving up only five hits while I i I their half of the sixth when the work on' clearing the lots Street Supt. S. R. Hicks said thata ed behind them.Basketball Commerce office. I I'. Barry VanDeventer pastor of the
This Space Contributed striking out seven and walkingtwo. Pirate 3rd-baseman erred on ,.a had begun a month ago and is larger culvert could be put under coach Carlton Koch Co-op treasurer Robert McIntire I: First Presbyterian Church will
Weekly to' Publicize Fernandina mdundsman Mc- hard hit ball by Terrell Fender atilt in progress Orange Street before it reaches was high point' man with .29 says .that a "most important"financial deliver the Easter message.

Events by Rae, who led his team with two singled, and left-fielder Franklin Douglas 'pointed out that the Tenlys, home as a temporary markers for the men teachers, report on the labor camp Special music will be provided by
Community Strickland led the win be given< at this time. There the BHS Band.
of their five hits also gave up Tomlinson advanced them with an city has an ordinance where by measure to. route water around while Woody
seniors with 21 points and Emory will also be a discussion of the The final Holy Week service
THE COMMUNITYSTATE five hits. infield fly.Terrell owners must clean up their vacant his house in heavy rains.
Eunice had 19. Four members of entire strawberry situation, Mc- will be held on Good Friday in
Fernandina opened the scoringin scored on a throwingerror Iota within 10 days after Meetings or the specific pur-
BANK the second inning when Tor- by the Pirate first-sacker,, notification by the city, or pay pose of airing citizens' problems BHS's regular basketball squad, Intire said. the First Methodist Church.
nado catcher James Fender threw but pitcher Jackson hit to second labor costs after the city cleans will be held the fourth Tuesday of Strickland Eunice, Franklin Tom- All interested farmers and Investors These special services are sponsored -

OF STARKE wild to third base, letting In an to retire the side.Continued .. the lot. each, mqpth, the next one being linson and Marion c tUe, played I in the co-op are urged. to by the Starke Ministerial
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unearned run. Starke had threat- [ on PaBe15l Clarence Rhoden,.1128 Andrews scheduled for April 25. ._ for the seniors. attend this meeting. Alliance.f .
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PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE. FLORIDA THTTRSDAT, MAKCH SO, 1961

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Mrs. J. E. Hildebran. accompa-I !I ane Wynn Nancy Zacek. Jr., March 25.
nied Mr. Hildebran on a business I I r
BHSHONOR
Tenth Grade
Arlen
: Bias, Marie Mr. and Mrs. Leland Knepper.
M trip to Orlando last week. They Chester, Thomas
Harley, Gary ;
i Starke, a son, Francis Joseph
of Rev. and Mrs. L.
were guests
Kouba, Jack McComb, Bonnie,i I
D. Haines at Altamont Springs. [! March 25.
Nazworth :
ROLLEightyeight Carolyn Norman Bill +
j' On Saturday Mrs. Hildebran assisted ;, Owen, Lynwood Walters. j I I i Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Prevail.

.. Mrs. Haines at a "coffee" + e Eleventh : March, 25.
Grade
,3.b r rT : Lester Austin, : Starke, a daughter
IN THE NEWS i, honoring Miss Barbara Jean Ball- students of Brad- Bernie Collins, Diane Colson I j|i Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schnt>ideJ.

.. ard, who is an April fyride-elecL ford 'High School were listed on Romesa Dodd, Mike Foster, Lin- \I''Starke' a son, Marvin Eugene,
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..., .'.l-IF .... _,.'_'b _.U [ r I Mrs. P. A. McDonald her of sister-Albany the Honor-Roll for the fourth six- : da Gainey, Atbie Harley :\Iari..1|I 1 March 27.
Ga. is visiting !
Hernwall, Linsin
lyn Larry April ;
1 Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley had in-law: Mrs. Bynum Perkins for .: s weeks period: j 1|,I :Mesko, Joann Mobley, Shirley]:i
Mrs. W. in dinner Mrs. Jen-' Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Judd an-
Visited Nasworthy as Sunday guests I several weeks.Household Seventh Grade. Johnny Bradley, j Morrison. Dorothy Savage, Sandra |
s ,. St. Luke's Hospital last Sunday. nie Thornquest, Mrs. Gertrude I i Sprays with Dlazi- James Douglas, Ronald Harper, I i Solano. Linda Wasdin. ,i 1 nounce the birth of a daughter,
:Mr. and Mrs. Don Neel visited Garland, Mr. and :Mrs. Sam Johns- Ellen Elizabeth born March 15
I non At Sistrunks. Gwendolyn Lewis, :\ Twelfth Grade: Sylvia Childs
':Mrs. Doyle Carter and baby son ton, all of Jacksonville, and Rev. Ial'ilync- i:: Homestead. Fla. The paternal J
Mr. and Mrs. Comer Ferryman V .. Kay Christmas, Lee Cogdill, Linda ,.
a .in St. Vincent's Hospital last and Mrs. Clarence Dibble of Pen- I XT .Y Crary, Thomas Jlcilanus, John grandparents are Russell B, Juddof
: and son, Jimmy, and Mrs. Roberta Cox, Kay Dennis, Bill Dockstader, '
c. Friday evening. ney Farms. 'The occasion was in Spengler. :, Clewiston and Mrs. Freeman
i, Nelson were weekend visitors of Margaret Douglas, Emory Eu-i
f N 'Mrs.! Adelle Green and Mrs. Wil- honor of the birthday anniversaryof Eighth Grade: Mickey Dansby, [ Johns of Starke.
I Judge and Mrs. E. K. Perryman. rice Julian Glisson, Nathan, !!
+liam B. Porter of Lake City were Mrs. Thornquest.Mr. I Steve Denmark, Becky Dinkms :' ,
Sunday visitors of Mrs. R. A. and Mrs. John Torode, and 1 i Jim David of Los Angeles, Calif. David DyaL Phyllis Haddock, Jan- Green, Kay Hart, Linda Hopkins Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hitchcock and

,Newsome.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Johns attended j I coach with the Los Angeles Ramsj g et Hardy Jiarla Moore, Paul Sue Jackson, Carol Kouba, Stei- son, Doyle, of St. Augustine were

and Mrs. Lavern Outlaw the Florida Petroleum j and a cousin of Jerome Johns, was Moore, Lee Moorer, Kathrine My- rar Lorentzen, Linda Moody, Sara visiting Mr. and Mrs.:',' Freeman

.: of Starke, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. I Marketers convention in Jackson- a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Johns rick, Marvin Noegel, Peggy Sie- |,1.; Osborne Ozell Parramore, Wayne Johns and Mr, and Mrs. C.A,

e Outlaw of Jacksonville, and Mr. ville Wednesday Friday last I last Tuesday and Wednesday. mer, Elaine Strickland Vicki Parrish, Marcel Pauley, Marlene ; Parham here Sunday.
I Rowe, Betty Salmon, Donald
and Mrs. B. S. Outlaw of Gainesville i week. :Mr. Johns was elected state I Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis had Struth, Joseph Thigpen, Richard \\
4 : Thomas, Buddy Thomas, Terry;
and families spent the week- i secretary-treasurer. I as guests last week Mrs.. Robert ; + a. Wainwright Dee Walters. Jeff Walters, Sara Woodburn.
end in the Scrub. I j Ensign Kenneth Tyus of Pen- i Lee Chapman of Charlotte, N. C. m Warren. j :
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Sen. Charley Johns and son, ,! sacola spent. several days with his :I and Mr. and Mrs., Grady :Matthews # a tL Ninth Grade: James Dowling! '' I SEE

Jerome Johns will be in Monti- parents before leaving Wednesdayfor of Jacksonville' on Wednesday Vicki Frees, Harley Hartley. Richard Recent Births I Ii

cello on Friday to attend the 80th 16 weeks service at the Glynco and Mr. and Mrs. Peek Hobbs, Robert Hoffman, Marcus '!i I : i i 'Hi Neighbor''VITII

birthday celebration of.Sen. S. Navy Base in Brunswick, Ga. Seibert of St. Petersburg on Jackson Ernest Jenkins, Andy .. Bradford County Hospital announces -.
D. Clarke.G. 'Miss Shi Ann Smith is home Thursday. ___ Strickland Donald Thompson, the following births:

E. AIR CONDITIONING for Easter holidays from Roanoke Ortho Insecticides, At Sistrunks.Mrs T: I John Water. John Williams, Di- :' Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Norman '

BROW "S REFRIGERATIONDave I College, Salem, Va. : -V. O. Bridges' will return I Raiford, a son Joseph Hamilton JIM WATSONand
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I Jim Cottrell of Gainesville was t --- -
Long will return Friday
visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Sew- weeks with relatives in Jasper, Watch on March 31
with ::Mrs. Lloyd Lewis after a ell Sunday afternoon. Tenn. ..-._ ........__........- For The Opening Of
week In Pompano Beach and will I SPECIAL GUEST
and Mrs. Olin White, Jr.
:Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Renner
leave Monday to return to schoolat Costume winners at the eighth grade's Ship-Wreck Dance last

Middletown, Dela. were in Miami from Saturday to and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hutchinsand at Sil Friday night were ((1-r) Cecil Padgett, 1st place; Bernadette Soto, GLAMOREEHAIR Geo. T Huggins
families
the spent Sunday "
Thursday attending managers .
Mrs.. A. Z. Adkins spent from Joe Brown and Terrilyn Barry, runnersup.A .
convention of Independent Life ver Springs.Mrs.
Thursday to Monday with Mr. Insurance Co. Marion Moyer of Jacksonville large stuffed frog, won by Tony Mersereau, was given away at the STYLIST
and Mrs. Fred in Gainesville.
Guy I and Mrs. John Page of New dance and several rakes were auctioned off and a cake walk held. BRADFORD COUNTY
Jane Guy will visit her grand- Petunia plants, all colors, At]I
I Brunswick, N. J. were Mondayand Andy Strickland and Joann Scott won a bop contest. AGRICULTURAL AGENT
Sistrunks.
mother, Mrs. Adkins from Thurs I
>Monica Jo Rowe is confined Tuesday visitors of Mr. and 353 NOIVTH TEMPLE: AVENUEHair
to of this week. I
day Monday
Mrs. F. W Strickland. I Col. and Mrs. T. C. Long, accompanied j Mr. and Mrs. Robert Chace and at 6:45 A. M. on
with the measles. I
Sen. and Mrs. Johns
were in Tallahassee Charley on businesson Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Brown, Jr. Home for the Easter holiday by Mrs. Long's sister,:(Dr. and Mrs. Charles Graham of Stylists Powerful Channel 12
from Florida-Southern College are I Mrs. Lloyd Lewis of Wilmington, Gainesville were Sunday visitorsof
Monday and Tuesday. of Sanford spent the weekend MISS\ ELLOUISE WFGA-TV, Jacksonville
Harold Tyus, Tommy Pownall, I Dela., who has been vacationingin Mrs. Etta Hoover.Mr. MR. KEITH .
!Miss Vida Jean Gentry arrived with Mrs. Eoline Smith.
i! Frances Landrum, and Harriet Pompano Beach, will leave and Mrs. Robert Tharp of
Wednesday from Wesleyan Col- !Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Carpenterand
for Fort Ga. to i Fitzgerald Ga. weekend
Powell. Monday Benning were
lege, Macon, Ga. to spend the Mrs. Dolph Reddish and chil-I
Mrs. Inez Kelly: is visiting Me. attend a reception for the Offi- guests of Mr. and Mrs. Norman
Easter holidays with her parents, dren were in Jacksonville last
I and Mrs. Donald Kelly in Tampa cers' Candidate class to be held .Willis.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Thursday visiting
Mrs. J, L. Gentry. 1
David Reid and family. for a month. Monday night, April 3, dnd to I Easter Chicks, At Sistrunks.Mr. .
Easter I
Chicks, FULL
At Sistrunks. I Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Dowlng. Sr. Mrs. Ella Haislop is visiting her visit the Long's son, Tom Long, and Mrs. W- F. HerJong of t I
Miss Margaret Rose Duncan of son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and ion| Tuesday. April 4, Starke and: Mrs. Corine Purvis of
|I visited B. Y. Saxon in the University -,
Cocoa Beach will be home for the Mrs. Claude Moore, in Tampa this Mrs. John W. Griffin .of Och- Gainesville spent the weeKend in

Easter, weekend.: i!I Sunday.Hospital in Gainesville on i weekend. lochnee, Ga. is spending this week !Palm Harbor with Mrs. Eva _

I I wIth her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hunter. SHADOW

r ..; F. F. Stump. Suzanne and Chuck Bickner: of

Rep. and Mrs. A. J. Thomas, Jr. ;, Fort Lauderdale and DeeDee :

and family attended the dedication -' Clark of Melbourne are spendingthis _

ADD 1 FRI.SAT.. of the Air Traffic Control week with their great-aunt: _

Center at Hilliard on Sunday. i Mrs. C. D. Williams. I PANELS

cw1 .rc. I' :Miss :Mary Katherine Wain- '; Mrs. Blanche Bickner cf Fort' COMPARABLE

wright was recently initiated in ,Lauderdale is visiting Mrs. Henri- :

_ I Kappa Delta social sorority at ; etta Hunt this week __ VALUE'S3

FSU. j I' Easter Chicks, At Sistrunks. :I

Mrs. Lennard Register, :Mrs. ,! Mis. George Flynn, Sr. returned
; Robert Cole and Mrs. Jerome i Saturday from two weeks visit I
EASTERaye's SALE
Johns were in Gainesville Monday j I with Mr. and Mrs. J. uston Mc-

night Delta to attend the Alpha Xi I Clane in Wilmington, Dela. $1' LESS THAN YOU EXPECT TO PAY'

Alumni Club meeting. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. V. W. Stri kland,

Register was elected corresponding Sr. of Daytona Beach were visit-

secretary. ing Dr. and Mrs. C. J. Houpt over .:
G. E. AIR CONDITIONING the weekend.
CASH Superette ;,
] BROWN'S REFRIGERATIONMrs. Mrs. George Anderson and, Mrs. '"% "
J. W. Lee returned : I '
to her W. J. Epperson attended:: the I I .
home in Atlanta, Ga. after three I funeral of their aunt, Leila Mae I N.

671 '\'. MADISON OPEN 8 A. M. '- 9 P. M. 7 DAYS A WEEK! months visit with Mrs; H. L. Weeks, last Thursday morning in I : y

u- ..,. 0 _. .. 'h. _._ ,. 0 .. _.. Brownlee and Mr. and Mrs. Jim. Jacksonville. Also attending the.II 9.,4i
"_ ,._,_ ,-n- .-. .. .__._ __ _' _.."_"__..__, ___-__.'." _- p __ ''" __ .. ,, '.' Chasteen. funeral were Mrs. J. B. Sapp, Mrs.R. I :;w "r,; ,
David and Suzie Cowen are con- Newsome, and Mrs. Garl! I x
MERRY-GO-ROUND fined with measles. !

If Miss Jackie Colley and Mrs. x. Lr.

BRING THE CHILDREN I C Geraldine Griffis attended the; a

111" 0 9 auto races in Sebring over the. *h ;: S
weekend.Mr. Ma.thews.Florida .. ; ; r

and Mrs. Herbert I II I :
Pepsicola & Hot Dog Dr Dayton ,
.. and daughters, Dottie and Lynn,; /

of Largo were here for the week- i f'

u_ ... . . _, : ., end. Mr. and Mrs. Dayton attended : 1 i:
.___ ._ _. .__._ __ '__>.. ___ _.__ .. .. p __ ,_ _n _>___ _n the hardware show at the I : '

GA. xL nTOMATOES TABLE Jacksonville Colisium while Lynn J Theatre ..S. ,
1 was the guest of Betsy Matthews

POTATOES and Dottie was visiting Beverly Jr.
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John Adams will spend the ,
y&y"

303 can SC $10 Ik 29cONIONS in weekend Miami.with Stephen Simmons Double SAT.Feature APRIL Program1st. 1 ;

i Rose bushes, in bloom At Sis-, Feature .
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LIMIT 3 WITH FRYERS I trunks.Mrs. Thelma V. Thornton was i t NliJlaw ann \:.'

$10.00 FOOD ORDER Ion the dean's list for the fall I, \ \ j

semester at the University College ]- ;
Gainesville. Her scholastic j //; \s I
JIM: DANDY
LB We WHOLE achievement placed her :n the ;
upper five percent of her class.
3 Ibs. a
;; GRITS 1 lOc Merritt Mr. and Island Mrs. Clyde were McKee overnight: of .e GNE .SC .:

SWIFTS 2nd. Feature
guests last Wednesday of Mr. and I, 1

5 Ibs 29C PICNICSLB. I FIRM RIPE Mrs.Norman F. H. Kramer.Compton) returned to j E-_THE__ J\t* 11 r 1 -


BA NANASll.1Oc his home in Williamsport Pa. on I :, THREE STOOGES i
.Monday. He had been visiting his ttasa f fIIR WoUSI fUtIa nraca.ua '44 ,'

brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and HAVE ROCKEt
LIVELY We WHOLE Mrs. F. H. Kramer since Dec 10. Ii
: WiLL TRAVEL \tt
1 Mrs. C. L. Scholl was in Orlando ; & /Kf,[ d f ,
last Thursday and Friday attend- 1
DOG FOOD B f: tr.J
ing the Florida Civil Defense As- 'Sate '
Mouse for
I Cartoon: X J Pr
sociation meeting.
\ ROUND STEAK FLA. PIG Easter Lillies, At Sistrunks. I .

Mrs. A. E. McKinney was in SUN. 'THRU. WED. F

10 cans 99c i Pork Roast Webster, Plant City, and Lakeland ; APRIL 2 THRU 5 i .;.

from Thursday to Monday visiting :
LB. .
69c ,
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friends and relative IlWII I
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PREMIUM ROUNDSALT
LB. 39cROAST Frank Hemmingway has returned ; ;{il. '
NOLWthbVslti outhorms :
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home from two months in ..!... .
FRESH SLICED I Jacksonville 'where .. .. .'-"" .
he underwent -
j' 'M-wotiD L..: .
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surgery and treatment. ,- ., '" '1'ti. .,,,!'
BEF LIVR Expected home this weekend for '$ %iW G ; ,', i' may.- ""

the Easter holiday from FSU'wilJ .: ., "
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for be Barbara and Nancy' Bates I IU .
2 15cPLASTIC '
j IWBNI' o>
Flora Slade Mary Agnes Matj j <. --.
t mill .
thews, Patsy Nichols. Kath-
Mary : .
LB.29c
erine Wainwright, Brenla: Lewis, i .81&&__. i i f,vt 5- .. 100 s% NYLON Wf/ WITH APPLIED
Jean
; R'ASTEBASKET LB.WAYNE'S Mundy. Linda Kay Sale .
Tomlinson. ( ,
Glen .
Bubba LaMee.i .

BIG DIP Spanky McLeridon, and Jerome i i; TECHNICOLOR t wt .";:'.,,1' EMBROIDERIES/ / AND NYLQH LACES

Edwards.. Cartoon Pink and Blue Blues '." .
iCE CREAM : '
c Mrs. Dan Harris Mrs. Jake itgf: a SP
exquisitely
: adorned
OR SILVER TRAYc 49 Shepard and ,daughter Sandra;ofi a- for bra with satin appliqued water lilies. Bodice It luperiJ11; cut ,:i,.,
separation and
I i Jacksonville were Tuesday visitors THUR. & FRL uplift Hemline of filmy 15 denier nylon can be snipped'
0 .
; D(lire. W. B. Muudy and Airs. J. APRIL, 6 & 7Cartoon :.:}.a". ;,r;--'<-'. : to length desired.. White.Sizes 32 to 40. .

I/ GAL59c1 B. Sapp. :. ,;:: .

Mrs. J..C. Hobbs has been add- ':1., ,;,,',.a.e : caUoped dVal French style laces .
ed to the Starke, Telephone .co, : the' 'bodice.Double edged with frothy 15 denier nylon trim enhance, l

clerical,staff.,. ; rows of matching lace heart and insert of delicate embroideries i!'*d

: CASH SUPERETTE! Elaine Jordan of. Jacksonville 'fJ/' w..:> on 15 denier nylon circle the slim hem.White.Sizes 32 to 40. ".> ; .
:
I spent the weekend wish her cou .
sin Linda Kay Holton. ; ,.1 Bodce is
.- -. .z s. adorned with magnificent bow knot lace..
edged
.o r with
C. narrow hand p i p in
W. MADISON OPEN 8 A. M. Mrs Jack Haile of Miami will .15 d h. er. f of
671 9 P. )L 7 DAYS A WEEK. :'I r.if .. _. Dainty bow knoti_ appliqued on midriff. Wide band
'I.' r be : Stunt Men of matchinl lace and. .
WE GIVE FAMILY STAMPS to : Friday .overnight guest of Mrs. calloped ,

W. G. Haile.:'".- .-., .- '' ---.. .. I _-. ... .,. .. 0 ;. .. .-- '1 ,f ". piping at hem..White.-"," Sizes_,. 32, '..fo...40.,!rt or '. .. _'_#__ .
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.' THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 1961 BRADFORD COUNTT TELEGRAPH, STARKE FLORIDA PAGE THREE
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J Dinner For Woman's Club hospital. Also thq many _flowers,
Flowers Like People Birthday I

i. t Speaker Tells a M- [Two Honor GuestsAt I' Exec Board To Meet I i I I will cards be and eternally other expressions.grateful. May We

.1 Mathews Home God bless and keep each and
Garden Club 'I The Executive board of the I:
1 I every one of you. Riley Sweat
:> F Starke Woman's Club will meet
"Flowers are like people they Mr. and Mrs. ,Elden alathews I i and family.
Thursday afternoon April 6, at
J respond to tender, loving care," entertained at a delightful party .
3:30: o'clock in the club rouse
t said Mrs. H. W. Strickland of P r Sunday evening. at their home in,
Jacksonville as she talked to the i
Gladys Mooty
.. __ ______ ___ ____________. Starke Garden Club last Saturday t 4w, Saratoga Heights for their daughter I Easter Party AUCTIONBecause

morning in the Starke ELementary t Cookie who was celebrating
Hunt
And Egg
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Flower Shows
Spring
School cafetorium.Mrs. her 16th birthday anniversary '
I Topic At I I Strickland directed a work- > and for Steinar Lorentzcn who., Set At St. Marks Of The Easter -
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j shop in flower arranging! for wr' was celebrating his 18th birthday.The I I I Holidays, We Have

\ Garden Club MeetingFlower members of the club. She gave I Easter theme was attractively -i I,' St. Marks Episcopal Church will Postponed Our AUC-
I have an Easter party and egg
: many tips which will help club PI a carried out in the party TION Until
L\ hunt Saturday afternoon at the
and theSpring
Arranging
f \ members in the artistic designs decorations. The buffet table was
Flower Show were the they will enter in their Spring centered with a lazy suzan around church at 4 o'clock. SaturdayAPRIL
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--i i topics for the Starke Garden Club I Iri Flower Show which will be held Easter'eggs!
which were colorful
j meeting, Monday evening. March CARD OF THANKS 8-10:00: A.M.
: in the Starke Woman' Club,
I cj.S nestled in green grass. The beau- i
27, in St. Mark's Parish He-use.
tkflx April 2223. '" tiful tiered Birthday cake was embossed A small note of thanks to my Bradford Bldg.! Supply
Members of the club presented x Mrs. Strickland is a State Flower : with the names of both many friends of Starke for the
the many kinds of artistic arrangements ( .... .= SOl E. Call st WO 43291Cinderella :
Show judge and instructor and: ,,1&, honorees. financial help rendered me dur-
and explained then also an active member of the Sixteen guests enjoyed this delightful -i. ing my illness and stay in the "-
techniques used in making each Jacksonville Garden Club. occasion. .) ::: .;". .: .: -.f .J.;

arrangement. Mrs. R. F. Young, After the lecture and demonstration -. .. ,, !, .

Mrs. M. F. Hazen, Mrs. A. Rus- the group enjoyed a picnic i f''':'<: .. .... /' ,
sell Norman, Mrs. J. D. Doyle, lunch and then proceeded to put ':" :''.\

Mrs. Ed Prevail and Mrs. T. B. into practice some of the information -,(.: .,:. .. I I I .

Harding took part on thepro learned by making arrangements _" SPECIAL .

t L gram. Speakers were introduced to use in their homes. \ ; r.
by Miss Dorothy Ross, program _- _
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chairman.Mrs. ;
Junior Women ++ 4i.4 ,
M. F. Hazen, president, '
j presided during the business ses- 4 ; Schedule Fun Night 17 ASSORTED I
Patricia Ann Beecher Weds Lamar ShawIn ,
sion. The nominating committee For New Members '
composed of Mrs. T. B. Harding,1 I Lyons, Georgia Ceremony On March 5 .'

Mrs. Garl Mathews and Mrs. : Lavora CappsEngaged l The Junior Woman's Club will DOOR S Sand

Maxie Carter, was elected. The To have a "fun night" honoring new Miss Patricia Ann Beecher, of Jacksonville, Gus Kopelcusos of
club is invited to the Lake City members at their Monday evening, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Starke Hayden Davis of Tampa, ,

Flower Show and the Gainesville Roy H. Spradley : April 3, meeting at 8 o'clock. Rube Beacher of Lyons, Ga., and and Wayne Spears of Houston, 1.8 x 6.8 Louvered I .:

Flower Show, April 89. II Hostesses for the evening will Ralph Lamar Shaw, son of Mrs. Texas. : .

Final plans were made for the :Mr. and :Mrs. Broward Capps of be Mrs. Stanley Noegel, chairman Frazier Jerry Shaw, and the late The bride given in marriage by i, ;: "' .!'

Spring Flower Show of the Starke Starke announce the engagement I Mrs. Bob Benner, Mrs. Walker Mr. Shaw, of Starke, were unitedin her father, was lovely in her wed- DOOR$ I -.

Garden Club for April 22-23 in of their daughter, Lavora to RoyH. i' Wood, Mrs. Dolph Reddish marriage Sunday afternoon, ding gown of peau-de-soie satin. ..'.".'

the' Starke Woman's Club. Spradley Jr., son of :Mr. and Mrs. Gene Long, and Mrs. George March 5, in the First Baptist The gown featured a sweetheart :'.. :, .- ..: "\
Hostesses served refreshmentsafter SnelL Church of Lyons. The double ring bodice with point tip sleeves of Your Choice ;:

I the program. Mrs. Roy H. Spradley of Jackson- ceremony was performed by the Alencon lace. The skirt, which ex- : -: .. .I' ., ", ,.'I--".:, b. ..
r -- -- Rev. William M. O'Conne* tended in a chapel train was ap- "
ville.The .
wedding will be an eventof The church was beautifully decorated pliqued with roses of matching

June 12 in the Temple of i I with a background of lace. Her finger tip veil of illusionwas $

Attention Church of Jesus Christ of Latter e., palms of Woodwardia. The: center attached to a tiara of seed .

r Day Saints, Salt Lake City, Utah. t ** decoration was a large sunburst pearls. She carried a cascade of : .
FLORIDA .
Miss Capps a graduate of Brad- s- a r arrangement of gladioli and chry- lilies-of-the-valley and stephanotis \

i i ford High School, is now a juniorat t. .4M- __ santhemums, flanked by seven- ,centered with a purplethroatedorchid .
Motorists I Brigham Young University in branched candelabra and a pyra- and white satin ribbon tied

Provost, Utah. Mr. Spradley is x mid candelabra. Garlands of,. in lover's knots. .

also a student at the universityand greenery connected" the center arrangement -, Mrs. Beecher chose for her

I will graduate in June. with smaller cascade i daughter's wedding a dress of

arrangements of the same flowers. mauve crystalette over taffeta .

.... 'Egg Hunts Planned Family pews were marked with with a lace bodice. She wore BRADFORD .
lily-of-the-valley, lilacs and white matching accessories and her cor-
: By Youth DivisionOf satin bows. sage was a pink orchid.
I
Methodist ChurchThe Nuptial music was rendered by The mother of the groom was I iI .

II I Mrs. James p. McNatt. organist, attired in a two-piece dress of BLDG. SUPPLY I,

youth division of the First and Mrs. Kenneth Tapley of beige brocaded shantung with i .

i I I i Methodist Church has planned },: Vidalia, soloist. matching accessories. She wore a 301 E. Call St.
ir several Easter Egg hunts for this .: I Miss Linda Beecher, shier of purple orchid.

r week. ;,;'8.{t:'" ',... ,,' : ..'.'a1, the bride, was maid-of-honor. The After the ceremony, Mr and Phone WO 4.5291 *
,." .. : bridesmaids were Miss Judy Clifton Mrs. Beecher entertained with a !
The .',
will have .
1t.
nursery group a ,.. .."x...... I
$ } 'I
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ON TRAVELERS: hunt Saturday afternoon at 3 o'- p Lyons; Miss Nancy Garner reception in the church social '-
clock at the home of Mrs. Dolph Curry-Jones of Norcross; Miss Dee Dixon of hall. Guests were greeted at the
AUTOMOBILE Reddish. Dublin; and Mrs. Haden Davis of door by Misses Betty ana Janet

The kindergarten had its hunt Engagement ToldMrs. Tampa. They wore identical; street Crosby and then presented to the G

INSURANCE Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clockat length dresses of lilac crystaletteover receiving line.
the home of Mrs. Fred Grau- Hazel Curry of Los An- taffeta, featuring a shirred :The; refreshment: table was covered -
1. New Low Rates geles, Calif, announces the en- back decorated, with taffeta roses with a white satin cloth and

don.The Primaries also held an gagement of her daughter. De- of the same shade. They wore circlets decorated with spring flowers

2. Safe Driver Savings Wednesday afternoon at 3:30: egg o'- lores Jean, to Stewart N. Jones, of net and satin head pieces, drapes of satin, and silver cande-

clock at the home of Mrs O. W. son of Mr. and Mrs. Nelson E. and carried satin muffs of a deep labras. Mrs. Dan McSwatn and
3. Local Agent Service White, Jr. Jones of Silver Lake, near Key-: shade of lilac topped with white Miss Jean Phillips served punch
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The Junior department will stone Heights.The and purple-throated orchid. and others serving were Miss
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.... have an Easter party Saturday wedding will take place Little Miss Karen Bennett of Dorthy Keen and Miss Nan Price. AT. : .' oi

afternoon at 3:30 o'clock at the June 18 at Van Nuys, Calif. Jacksonville, niece of the groom, The bride's book was kept by Miss

home of Mrs. Nelson Green. The I was flower girl. She wore a floor Nan Ellen Elkins.

Charley E. Jobs group will meet at the church at I Carol Bloodworth length dress of lilac crystaletteand 'After the reception, the couple

3:15: for transportation to the I Entertained On carried a white, satin and left for a wedding trip to Florida, s .r

Green home on U. 6. 301 North. tulle basket filled with rose petals.! and will reside in Athens. For her: .
Sixth BirthdayMrs. The ring bearer was Ricky Johnsof wedding trip the bride chose a Inc.
Agency .
s: Hospital Executive Starke, nephew of the groom. beige spring wool suit with Your Friendly Stores -
I: J. F. Bloodworth gave a Mr. Shaw had as his best man, matching accessories. Her corsagewas BOYS .
rPhone WO 4.0121 Board To MeetThe i birthday party last Saturday I his brother Eugene Shaw of the orchid lifted from her WHITE

I afternoon for her daughter, Carol Starke. Ushers were Ovid Bennett bouquet.
131 S. Walnut St.
I executive board of the on her sixth birthday anniversary.The I II I ---- IIhZt PETITES-JUNIORS SPORTCOATS .

1. Starke, Fla.IEPIESEHIIH6 Bra'dford .County Hospital Auxiliary 20 little guests enjoyed a I j Mrs. Del Colley Alpha Delta Kappa MISSES-LADIES
I will meet at the Garden hayride the early part of the I i s

mTimiEIS Restaurant Thursday, April 6, at afternoon and then returned to Given Bridge PartyAt Meets MondayAlpha DRESSES

HARTFORD 12 noon. the Bloodworth home for icfresh- Adams' HomeMrs.
I Delta Kappa sorority met S wi-ii
r m ments. A circus merrygoroundake Sizes 6 to 12
I at the home of :Miss
:Monday night ,4 "
centered the attractive refreshment Del Colley, whose marriageto :Madge Middleton /with Mrs. JessN. For Faster 11 UI
.... table. Jim W. Ritch will be an eventof
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Assisting Mrs. Bloodworth were this week, was honored at a discussion $998
Mrs. B. L. Moxley, Jr., Mrs. Drew dessert-bridge party Monday even- Members enjoyed a Henry Rosenfeld, Ton i

Reddish, and her aunt, Mrs. Rex I ing at the home of Mrs. H. H. of the Florida Education: Associa-I'Marian I Todd, Hope Reed, Vicky
tion meetings by Mrs.
erwillega Andrews of Gainesville. Adams, given by eight friends. and -Mrs. Martha Pellum. + Vaughn, Kay Junior, I .
Payne u BOY'S
: A others. The finest
ad- many
Spring flowers were used to n
) An Easter picnic was planned
Beginners Group vantage in decorating points! of for the exceptional education -. in fabrics featuring Wash 'N WearSLACKS

interests in the Adams home: for Egyptian Pima cottons. ii
Of Madison Street group.
this delightful occasion.
Refreshments were served by The Loveliest
MOTORS Church To MeetThe Several progressions ')f bridge hostesses. ;
the
were played during the evening j' Styles By "Lad 'N Dad"

' Beginner group of the Mad- and prizes were awarded to the Slims ands

ison Street Baptist Church will winners. NOTICEI Regulars tir
will not be responsible for AlL
meet at the church Saturday The honoree was presented with $998
Service debts made other ,
by anyone
) afternoon at 2.o'clock. From there personal gifts from her eight hostesses any
H. ,
HEADQUARTERS than myself.-Nathan Starling. .
they will .go to the home of Mrs. as a memento of the oc- $498
2tp-3-30 o .c
Walter Frick on Butler Read for casion.

an Easter egg hunt from 2 to 4 .

o'clock.' Mrs. L. S. Hutto D EBICTARKE Her MaJesty/


Front End Alignment Sixth Celebrate Year, Celebrates 79thAnniversary FL-:. $1 17 95 LINGERIE FEATURINGBOUFFANT FOR GIRLS


With Jeff McRae .. Mrs., L. S. Hutto celebrated her SUN., MON., & TUES. : .

AND WHEEL BALANCING 79th birthday anniversary Sunday APRIL 2, 3, & 4 "
Basketfuf r of ..
Pretty ,
Jeff McRae celebrated his sixth with a, family get-together "The Facts Of Life" SUPS
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\' I birthday anniversary last Friday The buffet.dinner, served from Cottons r
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MOTOR 1UNEUPr afternoon when his mother, Mrs. an attractive table set up in the Starring: Bob Hope, and Lu- SIZES '3 TO 14 '. !,. J

Julian McRae gave a party for carport, was enjoyed by Mr. and cile Ball. .- Sizes3'to.6x. ;' ,' '; -.:,., '

him in the carport of their homein Mrs.. Charlie Parker of Cocoa, Mr. The Lone Ranger. .:: : :

Saratoga Heights.The and Mrs.. T. F. Hutto and family $:300
Transmission Overhaul ten little guests enjoyed Mr. and Mrs. Brad Locke and son Plus Cartoon $98'

games during the party hours and and Mrs. Alvin Gene, all of Jacksonville WED., & THURS. Up j H .. I ,'" ...:A-.. -
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were given Easter basketi, s fav- and Mr. and Mrs. O. P. :
Hutto and Mr. and Mrs. M. C. APRIL 5, & 6 E' -

MOTOR OVERHAUL ors.Mrs.. McRae was assisted with Wells of Starke. Operation Bottleneck
and serving refresh- 7 to l 14, .
the games
Starring:' Miko Taka. #
ments by,Mrs. Carl Stancil UDC Chapter 0 Meet rI- r

Starter Generator & Ignition At Matthews Home Legend Of The LostStarring _
Circle
Ida Darby : John Wayne. $39S.up .

Of Baptist WMU W. T. Weeks chapter U. D. C., Plus Cartoon t

Any Make Or Model Car Holds MeetingIda will meet, Wednesday afternoon, FRI., & SAT.
April 5. at 3:30: o'clock at the
APRIL 7,. & 8 That Easter-Sunday look, in. t4.
Darby Circle of the First home of Mrs/E. L. Matthews with
the best of taste. A ,
very
Baptist WMU met this week with Miss Madge Middleton as co-hos "Tarzan And The
Mrs. A. A. Durden. Mrs. F.' B. little bit of lace goes' a long
tess. She Devil 1
SEE US Beard gave a book review on two way to pretty-up these ,;. ;

TO DAY! chapters of "Christian Witness- ; "Tarzan HiddenJungle" charming cottons. Dresden j r
ing* followed by a short program THE BIGHT POLNT for the colors and miles of skirt.-
on Community Missions. way you write. Come in and select

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'!.___--..G FQUR- -_ .. .. .., .r BRADFORD COUNTY 'TELEGR-tPH. STARKE. FLORmA THURSDAY, 3fARCH JO, 1961. .
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Benner ResignsAs i WHOM 1T> MAY CONCERN: account of such impairment, one!
Farmer's Notice is hereby' given of intentionto I I providing for recovery' from one 1
: 10 ( Diary I apply to the' iv: .H Session of the : accepting release or satisfaction J
I r I Rec DirectorContinued Florida' Legislature' for passage' of, ? or making settlement' ; exempting I 701005tJe
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an act from provisions of this act mat
I Sam
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McGarvey I I ters within :
,I { from Page Onel relating to Bradford County;'! purview of workmefi -
r I I I II I pro, iUnjp: for liens in tare j 1 state.'s compensation act of this. I
I' IMf 'here to become manager of ; or of operators 3f hospitalsin s-R E. Edmondson, Administrator 666
Come II I bottle. \1f, the club to be erected in Columbus, Bradford County upon: Bradford County hospital
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To See Us I II '
Up I '" Ga. causes' of action, suits, claims j 1 I 1'. O. Box Ion i
And counterclaims and demands accruing -:: Starke. Florida I
I I speaking of hogs wtiea'din .
Snell said his committee uld ti> patients' therein, on i ItOTICB -
Only three 'persons appeared at the first "fourth Tues I I a book on the f81 ious-.,trial Begin at once their legal reprt-sentatires, and I I

day" session of City Council, scheduled for the purpose of lawyer Clarence Darrow that 1 i fill Benner's screening position here.applicantsto Base upon settlement judgments agretrients, settlements', 'OH and account ':!:' \ OF LEGISLATION ,

giving John Q. Citizen a chance to be heard in matters per- many years ago in England a :sow I pay of the Starke Job is 15100. of illness or injuries of j! TO Notice WHOM is hereby IT MAT given of CONCERN intention: I
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taining to city government. At first blush, this apparentlack was brought to trial on charges of such charges patients for hospital, for all care reasonable', treatment te apply to the 1961 Session of the I
of interest would seem to indicate what,we have long I smothering her pigs. It's % good and maintenance necessi- j I' Florida Legislature for passage of THE RIGHT POINT for the 1 tl\tt"d by such illness i!: an act creating a small claims court
thing we don't do or Injuries;
suspected-that most of those who delight in finding fault I I Berry plants are putting on with that. here for way you write. Come In and see providing for method of perfect- in and for Bradford county. which

with the way things are run had rather do their talking on their spring growth the patches j mashed as every many year pigs by as there soap are :Meet your favorite ESTERBROOK, ing and enforcing of costs, such attorney's Hens'' fees andrevery |:!!i!duties shall succeed of the tothe small powers claims court and 11

the street corner than in the public forum. look pretty .and there is a big trial dockets our Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH and expenses and where suits'now' functioning in said county byirtue
; would be loaded '
with \ of Chapter %;%31. Laws of
thereon
Be that as it may, Council welcomed the.citizens who did volume of fruit coming off now..|!ipigicide! cases. bidding may recovery be: maintained of damages; for-for: Florida, 1931. as amended by Chap:

appear Tuesday night, and there was ample time for a full The cool nights during the past t I. County Jndgr'a 'Court In And:)'i hospital care treatment and'maint..nan'f' ter 57-909 for a Laws judge of for Florida such: court providing '
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week 'Iaimant'therefor
them out. helped the crop some. All I Our leafed 'For Bradford County Clor da. uulessx ( ,and fixing; his compensation and I i The dean
discussion of the problems that brought Despitethe that Is needed now is an improvement pecans out this week In re'; Estate" of James' Biyant has paid COlts thereof]':duties; providing for a clerk for!' fast,
light attendance Council indicated it would'continue the so we presume that spring is really leceased. except' in certain cases: provide .
said court and fixing his to
powersand .
in the price and growers I I ing for intervention by lie.nhold- i: : way paste .
sessions as long as chooses to The meetings here. Now if we can keep the XOTICI3 OF SALK !i I er and verdict' and judgment in : duties; providing for jurisdiction :
anyone appear. will be happy. ; '
Please Take Xotice that on the ( of said court and for a graduated -
sessions somewhat webworms out of the tree: this :trd of favor of lienholder' in certain j I L 1t A'DOT AND !IT'S BONED
could develop into interesting discussion April 1961 at public auction, cases; requiring claims for lien! scale of filing fees; providingfor I
I year we may at last get some M the South door of the' Bradford Jury trials; prescribing the
on the order of the old New England town meetings, where Once again it was a Black An- i to l he recorded and fees for recording I
nuts. iiunty Courthouse in tarkf''. Florida pleadings, practice notice of suit Illul No )
,;; ; providing that no release lntre iBever leaka,,
not only "gripes" are heard, but also constructive criticism, gus which walked off with top t at 10:8& o'clock A, M. under1signed ', or satisfaction snail be and service thereof' in proceedings Lilta gum np or driat out.
will sell the following had hereunder; providing that the
and intelligent discussion of the problems facing our city honors at the FFA and 4-H Steer situate' properly 1 valid as against lien unless' lien-j .
There to be In Starke. Bradford holder joins therein j sheriff' shall be the executive officer Economical: too
seems misunderstanding or executes
Show leaving all the white-faced a 'Jounty, Florida to-wit: > release' 'f rot said court; providing for appellate -I "penpoint"the...
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government. acceptance I
on the part of few Commence at the 'tI '
a people South Line of j rf'vlf'rep; aling Chapter 27257
Herefords
There'll be another "fourth Tuesday" meeting comingup with. very. red faces. about the Soil Conservation Center Street of Temples Subdivision -I|I any cause of release of action or satisfaction suit claim of I'I i;Laws of Flordia, 1951: and Chapter xictly where it i*
where it intersects; East Right-;i '. 37-909.! lAWS at Florida; providing'I needed without
in April-so next time tear yourself away from your Hear there are' a lot of tobacco District Supervisors and the 'f-Way of ahoard Airline Railway : counterclaim and any demand settlement' or in judgment absence -- I an effective date. ...te. Abiolutely

favorite TV western and drop around to City Hall) for a different plants available over in Alachua equip which they rent out. A few said,East thence right-of-way run Southwesterly line of along Sea. of release' or satisfaction!j II March 2S, mi. \ nontoxic.Over 8,000>>

type of shooting-"shooting the breeze" with our County.: One grower we talked to persons have taken the equipment. board Airline Railway 1110 feet':' of tute lien' impairment shall prima of facie such consti-lien,i I! Starke S-Theron Florida A. Yawn, County Judge pate dot without

City Dads who will welcome your presence and suggestions.You .said he has enough plants to-( setout without permission and theyhaven.t tfnue for Point la a of Southwesterly Beginning, thence direction con- and giving lienholder right of I 1 Its, refilling...Dries IaMCOnda.
I all the sta any more right to do that 210, feet along said Eastline i ...Rubuaiy. *$
might even find the sessions more entertaining-and allotments in this of said j I r I
than to take a neighbor's tractor Seaboard Airline Railway, thence':' .cJeuJ,. ,
certainly more instructive-than a horse opera. tion.'U. Easterly' at right angles to Seaboard -
without asking for It. The equip- (
Airline Railway 210 feet, I J FAST EXPERTREPHIR 1001 lost
ment is for rent to 'anyone who; hence Northeasterly and parallel 1 to ,
Our neighbor "Herm" Hamiltonis o. MADE EASYSeripbookstedMotoAK
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Easter Deserves Better going into the broiler production pays for the use, but it must be 3 thence aboard Westerly Airline 210 Railway feet' at 210 right feet' I' COURT i"... !

business and we got a!Kick out applied for and the application angles to Seaboard Airline Railway c; bums fakqes and!Gift[
The annual trek of foot-loose students to Fort Lauderdale approved before"the equipment! to point of beginning and lying and ".=.e-o .
of the size of .the.,building pe is being In North East Quarter (NEB), .. Wrapping"" School Book

beaches for a beer-guzzling, free-swinging, unchaperoned putting up. It is[ ,300 feet tong or can be taken out. The SCD Super- Section 22' East 21 and, Township 6 South Range j SHOE REPAIR .,.MENTS'...-. -. Cows Aits III Crll
visors who have charge of the containing One (1) _
escapade has always seemed to us an unappropriateway the length of a football field and .the, more or les. I \

to observe the Easter season. that_ to pur.w.y; .of thinking is apretty equipment receive neither! pay nor for cash to the highest bidder. o SPECIAL
This OFFER
expenses for their service to the property will he sold "as 1st I
No matter how the tradition started, some 16 years big ,chicken coop! where i I'I"' with no representation e.
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county. They have charge of the being made as to the' 126 NORTH COURT ST. ,Paste Pen with
t > <'Onclltion.ther..of.
ago, it is now evident-in the wake of events this week- But now' that business now is equipment and have managed to and may be inspected by FREE Refill

that it has grown too big, and gone too far, and that restrictions really stream-lined and the poundof keep 'it available on a nonprofitbasis appointment 1'nderslgned with reserves undersigned the STARKE, FLA. ,.*

should be taken to get the situation back in handor meat to pound ,,of feed ratio is for the benefit of the public. reject any and all bids. right to.1 '
,, E. A. HALL, Owner & Mgr.
discourage the annual "pilgrimage" that has become a the best of any in the stock raise They ask for: the co >eration.of. By: A.George J. THOMAS.IT Pierre JR. I, Bradford County

potential source of danger. ing business. Everything is figured everyone concerned. 20.1-Jor: ; \. Temple' Aveane

Perhaps the Easter holiday started innocently enoughbut out to the last detail even to the I' Starke Attarne., Florida for Estate While You Wait One Service TELEGRAPHGIVES
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now, egged on by a sensational paperback novel, "Where !feeding for the grower can dump I I Thornton Hartley's dog got Bryant, deceased. of Jamey or Day.
'bags of feed in a big trough and snakebit this week and almost 325t
The Boys Are, and a madcap movie with the same title, i 3-30::

too many.irresponsible youths are trying to ,get into the act. !have it distributed throughout'*dled- We've wondered why dogs . .. . .' .- ._-- ._ ._ ... ,
To make, matters worse, the Lauderdale''Easter binge is no the house by. conveyor. ;,i are not struck more often as they i ,- -- -- +- .__ .. .._ __ .. __ ._. .c- --"'---..- .. _.. p'- '- ,'- =
I I Teaming through the fields tip
longer attracting only college students. Due to the book and !jgd I
Hog rasiers predict that the!:and woods, asked a bird hunter
movie and other lurid tales about the goings on there, now same thfng will,happen in their! '|,about it. He said the reason is I

come the "camp followers"-underage high school students, industry. A 'swine producer toll;#the dQg is often moving fast and BOTTOM DOLLARGIVES

and overage adventurers, of both sexes, out to join in the us recently that in 'five years all'said the rattler is slow at striking.
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so-called fun.Perhaps hog production will be on con I S. .

it is an indictment of today's parents that this crete. Here again everything is all: He may be right. Maybe rid Mr.

blight on the Easter season was allowed to grow into a planned to the last detail. The Rattler is slow. But we've seen YOU

nightmare that takes the combined police forces of several one we like which is used for pig them strike and if our hunter
incubators, i is the'recording which friend thinks that is we're
slow
cities to control.. Why so, many parents would allow young- I
sters to take off on a tear of this kind, especially at a sea- is while played of the sow outing I Just' glad that they aren't any
the pigs are nursing from a'faster. unt Store
son of the year when emphasis should be on religion ratherthan SavingsJUST

rioting. is difficult to understand. ,And why a Florida TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTVTTTTMAXVILLE Mrs. Dorothy Waters has been I,

city, in spite of profit to its beer parlors and hamburger quite ill and we wish her a speedy

j joints; would:encourage such a visitation at the expense of .recovery. IN TIME FOR '

its peace and the wellbeing! of many of. its: citizens, is also Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Parrish' and
hard to understand. family Mrs: Hattie Nolan) -Mr. '
By Mrs. C. B. Nolan
At least now we know "Where The Boys Are." Manyof and Mrs. Buddy Bradshaw. ,and I S ':
son, Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Higgin
EASTER"
them' this week) were in jail in Fort ,Lauderdale.l.et's botham and daughter of Maxville. I o'o:

hope a.)lot of lessons have been learned: by parents, by cities, :Mrs. Dan Hargroves is 111 this and Billy and Bobby Nolan of .

and by the students themselves. week and confined to bed with a ,Baldwin. Edward Higginbothamof

throat infection. Jacksonville Lana Nolan Dolly See for yourself !
Misses
Virginia Cannon and
I and Linda Dingman. and Terry of
Scientifically SpeakingBradford Minnie Hargroves and T. C. Manning !
Jacksonville. Mr and Mrs. Bob
have returned home from ) RACKS AND RACKS AND,
Nolan and son of Seville Mr. and TABLES AND TABLES OF CRISP, FRESH
High School, as well as the community at Nashville Tenn. where they visit
I Mrs. Erick Prevatt and on and NEW SPRING
MERCHANDISE
large, can take pride in our student-scientists' virtual clean- ;ed Westberry Oriffis. i I Ii Sharon and Sandra Cowart of

sweep of honors at the regional science fair in Live Oak' We wish to extend sympathy to I Seville spent a delightful day at

last weekend. All six of the local young people competingwith the family of Hans Carter, who the Parrish home on Kingsley

projects qualified for the. state event and several of passed a Jacksonville away Tuesday Nursing morning Home after at Lake last Sunday where they All AT OUR NEW PERMANENT. LOW% DISCOUNTPRICIL'ATS !

them will be featured on a Channel 5 (educational televi- celebrated Lana Nolan and Robert 11 _
a lengthy illness.
sion) Particular be taken in Nolan's birthdays.
) program tonight. pride may Two of our Maxvffle girls. Kathy II I .
the fact that both the first place and second place overall Miller and Peggy. Smith sang at A good many Maxville parentswere II -

winners at Live Oak were students of Bradford High. the talent show held in the Bald- present last Friday night at II H. Reg. 1.00 CJLadles 1st Quality for

Our school's science department has made great stridesin win School last week. The Blue the Future Horaemaker's and Fu-I'' 81 NYLONS 5 Shades 2 SSc
ture Farmers of America Banquet I _
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recent years. Dots furnished the music. -

It is fine to know that science students from BHS, nowentering We are glad to see Karert Grif- which School.was Miss held Jewel at the North Baldwin is the B A Ur i iS Ladies Reg.Soft 89c' 57c GLOVES Reg. $1.00WhiteCirstosize9'2 8GC

college find themselves fis back at school this wees afteran Clutch _
on an equal footing with secretary of the FHA Miss Becky .

students from some of the largest high schools in the state. eral illness days which last week.kept her out sev- Higdon treasurer and Miss Shir- --- .- .- -JI'- !J

Congratulations are due the students, as well as their in- ley Higginbotham parliamen
Bun Griffis and Karen and
structors. tarian. Miss Peggy Smith Is the
Sharon Griffis attended he Pat LADIES AND CHILDRENS
FPA Sweetheart. Eugene Bell is
Boone talent show held at the
Fear Or Smokescreen? Coliseum last Tuesday night. The president.of the :FFA.' LATEST EASTER STYI..ES.S 99

Blue Dots furnished the music for W : RIGHT POINT for the S H O E DRESSY AND CASUAL

Much of the "fear" of government control through fed- Pete Rowland of Baldwin to tray you\) write. Come, in and seeiyour : : LT J TO $3.99

eral aid to education is, we feel, so much hog-wash spread dance and sing. He was veiy good favorite ESTERBROOK WHITES AND COLORS
and came close to winning. He was Fountain Pen. 'TELEGRAt'
around by those who are against' federal aid to anything

because. they fear it might cost them a few dollars in taxes.We'd the representative of Baldwin !OTln TO I>KFE\U .
Miss Jeanie Stokesof
School.
High
IB Circuit Court Bradford Cuunif
like tb let them in on a secret: Their taxes aren't going Whitehouse placed second in Florid; la Ckancrry-

dfcwji anyway so of the might well be Case Xo. 13-968
,, some money as Baldwin.
Jane M. Bauman. Plaintiff, vs. CHILDRENS EASTER .
used for schools as for any of the other purposes the govern- Misses Patty Parrish and Iris I August .\. Pauman. Defendant.
ment will find to, spend it NOTICE .APPEAR BOTH $ 71
on. Higginbotham and Bob Kasson To: August A. Bauman. whose
As we see it, if local and state governments can't or won't and Robert Simmons also attended residence! and address; Unknown. REG. SLEEVELESS

provide adequate support for'education, it becomes the duty the talent show'in Jacksonville.. suit You for are divorce hereby has notified been tiled that against a- 1.99 PiAiLi7if TO $3.33

obligation of the federal government to do so. Wasn'tit Misses Shirley ,Higginbothamand you in the above named AND REGULAR)

Lincoln who said the purpose of the government is to do Mary Kilgore' spent last Court and cause and you are required
weekend in Jacksonville with Miss to serve a copy of your answer .. ,
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the what for
for people they cannot do themselves?
Eleanor Johnson. or pleading to the complainton
Parents, teachers, and the general public alike have'developed Westberry Griffis. returned from Plaintiffs Attorney Joseph' K .
a sense of urgency over public education. There is Skipper 221 Florida Title Building ------;;-
from Nashville Tenn. last week- Jacksonville 2. Florida and file the
general awareness that elementary and secondary education end where he had been I attending original in the office of the Clerk $1.00 Boys SIIIITS.77C( TROISERS lIENS BOYS
needs constant improvement to keep up with new teaching schooL hf VTrcftit Court on of before the a.94
24 day of April, 1961: otherwise the 39cUNDERWEAR
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processes and.the new knowledge in wider fields demandedof Miss Violet Burnsed of Jackson! .r ....rl"n" of .Mtld'.Complaint will
this generation. vine spent last weekend with be taken as confessed by you. I
Boys '
This cotter shall be publishedonce .37 1.29
An informed public is aware that there is a shortage of Miss Patsy Smith.' each week fer four consecutive TR06SEIU SHIRTS 97
We ire glad to know that Bob- weeks in the-. Bradford. County Tele :9 For
classrooms, and of qualified teachers, and that there is too graph. 3 $1.00 S

great a disparity in expenditure per pupil, state by state. by Burnsed was not seriously injured (SEAL Dated) this 22 day of March 19&l. '" --.L. .
in the automobile accidenthe -
Alabama's $244 per pupil hardly looks adequate beside New i was in last week. He spentone Charles A., Darby.

York State's $726. night In the Ed Fraser Hos Clerk of the Circuit Court. --j- -WE IEPEA-T-;-_- _.. 'v.._._ __._-. __,"_ .. ._ ..
Just'a By Marian L. Crosby, c. ',
few short decades ago public education wand pital and is getting along ,nicely.
rightly-primarily a local responsibility. That was when Deputy Clerk.

we had one-room' schools, taught generally by pOorly qualified S-2J 4t 4-1J. THIS IS ,NOT'A SALE THIS IS NOT A CLEARANCE

teachers 'an average o: four months in-the year. The THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH '

counties alone were unable or unwilling to bring. about progressive -I ESTABLISHED 1879 'THIS IS NOT AN ACCUMULATION OF ODDS AND ENDS


This condition improvements.led to the Minimum Foundation Program, i i Newspaper Florida's oldest Published weekly Continuously This.is'our ,NEW EVERY JAYPOLICY. of PERMANENT DISCOUNT ,PRICING

a massive state-financed effort that now::pays more than S S. ,Under The e't

90 p.er cent of this county's school costs. Bradford is now Masthead

having difficulty financing even its present ,small share of Off! E. L. MATTHEWSEditor
the total cost. BOTTOM DOLLAR'JACKSONVILLE
; and Owner
The state appears to be unable or unwilling to shoulderany ,

more ,of the financial: responsibility for continuing its SUBSCRIPTION RATES'

school improvement program. Where ,else can we turn but ;I )IN'TRADE AREA OUTSIDE. TRADE. AREA STARKE .. .
to:the federal government? We-disagree_ ,with those.who pro- .{lONE,YEAR 3.00 ONE YEAR ., 3.50 712 DAVIS ST. LIVE OAK .

less to distrust our government, speaking of it as'if,'it,were !i SIX MONTHS 1.79 SIX MONTHS Z.OQ I ,e 21st AT MONCRIEF[ (Next to Daylight) ,GREEN COVE SPRINGS
THREE MONTHS 1.00 THREE MONTHS 1.23
some dictatorial monster seeking to gobble up our public I I EDGEWOOD AT: AVE.' "BT' (Next to Daylight) FERNANDINA BEACH '
Published Each Tbur** y ad Entered as Second Class Matter I .
school system. President Kennedy has WAYCROSSt.G
proposed a "statesright" at the Past Office at Starke, Fla.' under: Act of ICarehS,1a78 .
aid to education'bill. We need it. We're.for.it. J[ i

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DAYf -1.\nc- 30, 1961 BRADFoRD COUNTY TE;.!:GBAPH, STARKE!, 'FLORmA PAGE rm

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at the Rotary Club Wednesday.The : --- -'-- ----- -
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Franklin RitchIs of BHS ,. '. I r- '- ......_ '. ,.' I'f[_ T LIIi- -. .- tOt
speaker a > ,
graduate '"........ -, ;' ; s .. ... .. i '. ..
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and active in student polities'on I \ ,

Speaker the university campus said that Good Will Tour I Ii !

student had been at- i

At tacked as government a waste of the student's j jI I I I ...- : "
Rotary Club I t I
time and, money. He disagreed j I i Jax Businessmen ''. : ;
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with this position, however, and .

Franklin Ritch, a sophomore at pointed out how campus politics '/ :\ :. 4Ik > : ; N

the University of Florida and a : gives valuable experience to See Berry Deal ,

m Tohr of the Educational Analysis young men who are interested in I :, ". <

Committee, was guest speakerru.i. following political careers. He also ." -: .. .. .
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voiced a plea for additional finances tary Bob Mclntire and County I ," .
rnit niii" ,
:eah'fl "Idle will !lop revived by for state universities. Agent, G. T. Huggins The first a '"

the City Council of the City of The speaker was introduced by top was at the Bradford County \ Pt' ., "
of Ktarke, Florida; at the City hall!l I -
In Starke. Florida, until 7Ovic:'ak Norman Willis, who had chargeof The Labor Coop, where the visitors ,,.a .
P. M.. on Tuesday, .\1)1"11I, at which the program. Starke-Bradford County were impressed with the facilities i ihW I .,
time and place all bid leieiveil will Chamber of Commerce was host I "
be Buford Mitchell, personnel director provided for migrant labor in this -1
publicly opened and reid aloud
last Friday to 35 Jacksonville t1
on the following at the Florida State Pris- i '.. .":: cifpecial' .
Regular gasoline, approximately businessmen, members of the area.The :
9,000 ga lluns. on, was inducted as a new memberin Jacksonville Area Chamber ofCommel'Ce second stop was at the I
IrL*Test gaaolintapproximately the club at this meeting. Wade Gaskins farm near Heil- I
20,000 gallons. agriculture committee.
above tuatitlties for a twehe The visitors arrived by bus at bronn, where three acres of fine !

month period.The THE RIGHT roo N1 for the the Starke State Farmers Mark- berries on plastic mulching were I Ij .

City of StarKe reserves theright way you write. Come Ic and telift et at 11:30 observed, as well as two beds of County 1
to accept or ieject any or all. a. m. and watched the Agent Huggins
bids.City your favorite ESTERBROOK auction of strawberries by Market plants brought over on plastic:; i
Of Starke Florida: from last acre field of Luther Milliard's I
By: Merrill Edwards, city Cltrk! Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH Manager J. R. Wainwright, j year's crop. i l Offer

... 3-16 :St 3-30;: dent Chamber of Commerce Presi- the At visitors the Harold were Norman sho1a farm ten-, '. fine harvested.turnip greens The visitors which are also being sawturnips I For Students I

Clyde Terwillegar welcomed ,
and collard being
acre field, all greens <
on plastic. .
Announcement the visitors at a luncheon. in. the' *I washed and stacked on. a truck,
While the visitors !
Garden Restaurant at 1230.: : walked out ready for the market ,

M. C. (BUBBA) WELLSIS James L. Whittle, ,chairman of j into each field, the county agent;4 A good number of Starke business -
the Jacksonville committee, stayed at his car, which had been
explained -
i 1; the
men joined visitors for j '
that the equipped with a loud speaker, and Famous
the .
BACK AS purpose of the tour, and keen interest expressed -! .
tour was to create interest in explained the strawberry program _
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OWNER AND OPERATOROF the broad Jacksonville trade area. ]now in progress here. tour by everyone.The concluded _____
i I by presenting -!
Last spring tours were made to, An inspection was made of a:'*: .each man with a good, round- : ESTERBROOK

theJohns. County potato area!'' J newly set runner field at the Os-!i: of ___
i ed-up quart select strawberries -
and the Lake tobacco |Icar' Carter farm and also field
WELLS ELECTRIC SERVICE City auc- a : to take home.
I 11 where there are plants from three
Fountain Pens
tion.The I The tour was given publicity' .
afternoon tour was planned I (different setting dates. t '
(Recently Operating As Ace Electric Service) i coverage by Jacksonville newspapers ,, '
by Chamber
And Is Located, At Its Original Place of Commerce SecreBasebailers : The last observation was a 15- i and television.and Plus Tax

744. NORTH THOMPSON ST. Win I ". :} With% Anv Point


Phone Day or Night WO 4-4921. Free Estimates .: .
I : Of Your Choice .

Fourth Game & ,
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' Spring [Continued i 3 1. rw .:AF.'. .. _II I (Esterbrook Pens Regularly Sell For $2.95) : '"_ i

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Starke then held the Pirates In'he Points Available: Shorthand, Bookkeeping, General l Writing,
OPEN HOUSE
top of the seventh, and went Ii rr .. ., '
ahead 3-2 on Crosby's unearnedun Student, Signature. ? }b, and Others. "

FKI.-SAT-8 A. .-6 P.M. on a wild throw. m... lr.

In two previous games last week

he Tornadoes downed Macclenny

14-14 with nine-hit attack arid .
If + 3 p 7
Ii OKEASTER 3t. Johns of Orange Park 13-1 on .

r 3 CHICKS M.sht: hits.Pitcher. w9 I II

Bill Jackson fired NOTEBOOKS C
a { "1.i. : s e-_. .., ... -r.'ra.r.e.L..isBAS '
three-hitter at Macclenn and -------- -
TO BE GIVEN AWAY .... Children Accompanied ? ,

Woody Strickland: led the Starke basebal, er David Sundered Is taking a hefty cut at aa offering I I Red and White
hitters
By Parents with a double and triple
by the St. Johns moulld"iman.la.\t! in the '
Friday Tornadoes 1S-1
and six runs-batted-in. Jackson i '
with "BRADFORD HI" I I't
uin for! tlieir. thirdktory of the I ;
season.
I struck out seven and walked four.Starke's -
SIbs. CHLORDANE DUST 59c 1 :
Printed Cover
biggest inning came on a' on Plus Tax !

Reg. 79c six: run rally in the second. and final inning giving... iw! two Emory Eunice. I .

Marty Crosby recorded the win hits and fanning "
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: one The Tornadoes are scheduled
VEGETABLE DUST - 79c against* St. Johns when he went Starke's w
eight hits came on a ,, go against Palatka's Maroons in

]Kills Insects & Disease-Reg. 98c four while innings fanning and eight.gave up Sopnomore.wo hits double a pair_of by singles Woody each Stricklarri by Johnny and 1!jPalatka.Charles Fiancis this afternoon.has named l Coach Cros- ';i> I Reg. 'I lOc Crusader Notebook Paper 3 for 25c


p PARKS SPRINKLERS Reg. $2.95 $2.49 Wayne- Smith pitched the fifth DeVore Lane Clark, Bill Jackson!hv nc_ the stnrtinor_ ____ n__ nitehi___n__., I I .
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FREE ORTHO ROSE DUSTER I Independent] Cage "Ull publication name of ofrId this notice.S ELKITK1C the fictiti-i chapter ins+rd Car County 27114 as thy, 1931-niiiy urns relate of Florida to Lt'aJf ,-. Reg.;,. 25c- Composition Books 20c each .

With Purchase of 1 Ib. Rose Dust $1.49 n'H.'tll1dl'r which, I am engaged ")larch 23 1961. i
in business at 714 X. 'I'homIIon' @-(1iaI-le .\. ( I
: Darby 'I..rk. .
St Starke. Fla. *' .. i'
1 Team Takes r LTadford Busied of C,+bntyStarke .. .
4th M C. Wells. 742 X. Thompson Commisltlonl."l's. : Florida .t- .
CAMELLIAS -18" 24" - 97c Street: Starke Florida sole owner. It
1I Dated this Sltli day of March .\.
LIGUSTRUM 18" 22" 49c D.. 19fil at Starke. Bradford Coun. ...
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I In TournamentAn ty, Florida. ,. : .
I 3-30:: 4t 4-.0: ; r
BAMBOO LAWN RAKES - 88c !''il'TInOH-: ) lliPnTMi\T: tPlc1sL'rlt.vhrt OFFlARin '' .

; (' IU;(; ..\ 'luxr SEE IT! TRY IT!
>O'I'){'.: or :
I LIYISL.ITIO\:
i independent '
1 1-3 gal. PRESSURE SPRAYER $4.95 cage team from TO' WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: XOTICIJ'. JS MKHEUr: OIVUN: :
6tarke took fourth Notice I h. That the State lload lard at ,
Reg. $6.95 place last week hereby given of intention Ito [ its meeting of February 23::, 1961
apply: to the 1961 Session of the I
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in the Gainesville Invitational gave: consideration! i to the leiiuestsi
Florida Legislature for :
passage of
i relating to special traffic .
regulations
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i FLORIDA PEST CONTROL basketball: tournament sponsoredby an An art Act relating to Bradford: Coun| ( ot and the in traffic each investigation case made a review *..*" '" .
report .
: the City Recreation Dcpart- ty; authorizing of Bradford the Uuard of Trustees 'along with the rf'oinraenddtions -- ;. ". .Z' "'I'."..
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County
"' mtntIarclJ: 22-23, IJoJtJn" j Corporation, to enter Into Hospital t J \ of the" engineer the location .NEWEST
4-3965 :352 W. MADISONHurry agree t t>r locations described belowv .
t -, a 2.2 record In tourney I pro tnvnts>'al fur of Group} employees Insurance; ; providing upon apt' County of Bradford, K<>ful 200; : '
play the Location< Section 2S910 hi ;tack e
Starke authority to
Independents implement such
won agrpe"lIl'lIt" "nntI l-vii-taitv from SLD JIP 9,035::: "toSLD
t their first two games last! Wednesday I I) and contribute to premiums; Ml' 10.020.: distant 0.OS5 mi.Kecnmmended .I IUn FASTESTPORTABLE :

F To Andrews Drug and Thursday by beating the! providing 5.(It. I U.: fdmond'ontIllllnIHratuf an: effective date. I Speed Zone Regulation 45: MPH 1 _.: __ _

i I IAN Urals Claw B Champions 68-57 t: Bradford*. O. flux County 1071 Hospital: .J i iI : motion dill made and Hmid-- I
and! Ward's let I the above traffic and speed regulatIons -
Supermarket of t
)) I Starke. Florida f _
II I were determinedtu' be _
I I Oalneulllc 101.77 to gain: the ;i It' reasonable; and necessary upon t'i e
I *.t-ml-final '' t basis! of the engineering and traffic '
REGISTER FOR MITICK or J.I' I1iL.\TJOS 'investigations, and authority!: was
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The local
TYPEWRITER
team
suffered Its first TO WHOM IT MAT 'CONCKRNiI therefore" given for the establishment m .
r !low Saturday morning when they I Notice. U hereby' given of IntentIon ,of same' and the placing of th>> .
'I to apply l to the 1961 Session of! proper marking and signs as indicated ,
; were beaten by the Tallahassee the Florida Legislature for passageof ; also, for the elimination of
) FREE GIFTS AAU Champioru 123-114 In a high an act existing controls where this Is indi IN THEWORI.D .
An Act relating
worinsr contest Woody Strickland,, : to PTadford County cated.-
; creating the Bradford Cot>Jtty JO 1X U. i'IiLLII'SChairman [(
star BUS eager; was high man for I Uetelopment Authority: providing, + r'Iu
FUlnA Y & SATURDAY (the locals with 31 points, Icllowel; for Its membership"%; authorizing' :I It I ? :
i County of Bradford and Its Incor :
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by Townsend Strickland with 26. '!porated Municipalities to contract f b '. 'J. f '- I JIJr .

Starke was also beaten in the)with the \ull.'rll; prescribing the y r --
FIRST PRIZE Authority's powers and duties including *
consolation game Saturday night I ; the power to issue and !i ..
133-90 by Central Florida Junior validate revenue anticipation certificates RISJ4AD >

College, Carlton Koch, BHS ; providing 'an' effective. date. Q.F
KODAK CAMERA OUTFITKeg. basketball March 23, 1961.
coach, was high scorer i in S-Cljde Teruilicgar President ,

$21.93SECOND the final game for Starke \\Ith 33 of,Starke-Bradford Commerce, Starke'Cour.ty, Florida Chamber. STARKEWelcomes. '- 1

points, followed, by Woody Strick- It
) l land with 14. Central Floiiua had :
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PRIZE .
two junior college AU-Americans 1 I II NOTICE OF LEGISLATION';
TO WHOM
IT 11.COXCERX! EASY't
on their team who are slated to tNotice I Is hereby given of Intent Mr.

EASTER BUNNYBalloons play basketball at the University the ion to Florida apply Legislature to the 1961" for Session of Jerry 0. Gay
passageof
of, Florida next year.Several I' r
an act repealing chapter 23926.j TERMS.EAD
Reg. $5.95 players from the_ Unl- 1veralty's and ('bal'tt'r9ti:; Laws of|i BACK TO f- -
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Florida insofar as they relciteto
cage team, Bob Shiver,I I Bradford .. may ] '
county.
YEARS FRQM
Cliff Lukt and George, Jung, also j.1 :MaVch %:. 1961. I 'Privf1 toI lJtYPJ'j : .

Free Bubble Gum played on various teams in the I I Pradford S-Charles Board. Darby of ,.County Clerk 1' ANY ,ANGLE NEW

tournament. I Commissioners, Starke, Florida .'r .
In Wednesday: night's games ; It I
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I against Ocala. Koch' was leading: >OTirn OF LiGiSL.vrio\ AnniversaryGREASE IN STYLE..SPEED..SPIRIT
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FOR THE KIDDIES I point_man for the locals with 21 i,I I TO'WHOM: IT JIAY CONCKRN:I ,
Notice is hereby given of
I i followed by 'Woody Strickland i iI Ion to apply' to. the 1961"Session intentj of-;;j j :, Here's a portablethat.s ALL NEW .... inside

Just in Time for Easter I I'with took scoring 20. Townsend honors Thursday Strickland a-i I lof.the an Florida act authorii'ne Legislature, the. for board passage of J] SPECIAL -- :. u_... J .. I and out! Galaxie gives better typing with less
county commissioners
of Bradford
i I gainst Ward's Supermarket with: I County to purchase, lease and to I effort than ever before. Trace its modem lines. ,

KODAK 22 points: followed by Woody contract materials,for personal purchase jyop/rtjf lease of] I 'Try Its .responsive touch. You'll, s ee why. the

,Strickland with 21. iwsta and lands offered fot K Smith-Corona Gala X\e'\ is everything) ever "
pro-I: F I, j ; you i
j Twp Starke players, Carlton lo>.*e by the United States oa t
CAMERA OUTFITS thereafter to' sell or lease" such 1 ,wanted i in a porta ble.i .
Koch and ,
Woody
Strickland
were terials, personal property projects JOB j '
named All-Tournament officials and lands so acquired by said j
I by i county. .
AT I Gainesville High coach and -* .. I with each .y
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March 3 jl t.
161. ,, _.. '
the S-Charles A. .,... ... -- .
Recreation Darby. Clerk 7
GIVE-AWAY PRICES ': ment.Gainesville All proceeds from the Depart-tour- Bradford Board of County OIL CHANGE FREE. : :. from. Smjth-Corpna. \ .

. Commissioners. Starke, Florida t
"i" w'ent I with Smith-Corona, fwrtabje. A .
"ney to Gainesville High; It every : (r.

:J athletic department fund. ". 'WASH JOB i ,m. complete touch typing eoure onVAIUS .' h.
\OTiCR OF LFaaaLATIONre c' y ;
Prescriptions our SpecialtyFREE Players on the local team we TO mJOY IT MAT CONCERN': jiE records! .

: ; Carlton Koch, Townsend Strick- Notice. |JI hereby given of Intent- $1.2$ I II $23'5 ,
; Ion to apply to the 1J61 SeFcion of _
Delivery On All Drug NeedsANDREWS I I knd. Woody Strickland Stanley the Florida' Legislature for pUYe:. I .'. '
Clark. Dewayne Elder: Frank in of an au repealing' chapter 17U7, ". ::
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For
Candy The .
1!S5. chapter 1.0U. 19J5. ('haptui .- ......- ,
Tomlinson. Billy Helsabeck and ssi, 1S4J! !. charter '-"". chapter: ... .. .. i :
Armond Rivers.' 39.": chapter 59-575, chapter 5 OO70'j Children H I '.,;
[ 1955. chapter :U (I. 19x2. chapter I I ,;.. : .
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ZIl*5!, 1953, chapter 57-107. chapter '
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DRUGS 57.S35, C'haptforU1.. haptulOlC t I .
oTln: 'OP I\TK\TIO\ ( U. chapter S1.IOU. 11 .TO ;
thaptf'I.7'IOS1
RFGISTCR'FICTITIOLS : chapter iT- :O. !I'I{
Notice is hereby glt't'Ji.that. t hens :ill chapter S,-523, chapter S7.5 n, I I Bradford County T' 1 .
h In Winn-Dixie Shopping Center! undersigned, under the pruvlsioof chapter 30017. 1S55. chapter 300 26.II Sinclair ServiceeT g. ph .
Chapter 20.532, Laws of Florida.'U !!,IS.. chapter :007, 195:. chapte
PHONE WO 4-2511 %( of 1>4I. will rfgi"ternb 11 30J07. ltS ctaPlPr..Z-6Pj, chip j 542 W. Madison St. : .
l.ltrk of 4he Circuit'-Cwirt 1nr and! 1'i7. 23Sai. 193., .
-.. ,.. .\ ", ,. .. 4 for--' Bradford County, upon;proof of :01iI..U i (-haplrr aptfr; : uut. **&'M\\r". **4 1 H __ _._ t, -,, r


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I R1 ... ...."..,.".:, '''.',._.;...f6 rI MITICK OF INTENTION TO
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Fifth In Lee RelaysAs .. ,< ;-'<;.'rJc,....,.. ;.,.'__ ...'' | Lawtey Motel Owner 1 MAYOR'S COURT 2nd Hearing Set IttX.lsTER FienTIOt XAME
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: Is Fined $50 For Notice is hereby given that tb -
I ;' Mayor W. T. [Billy Jackson.: undersigned, under the provisions 01
X1 ':'Violating Rate Signs heard 15 cases in Ma,or'* Court By Legislators Chapter 20,95. Laws of Florida
Gardner Stars In Field Events j Acts of 1941! will register with the
:< I Monday in a routine session. For clerk of the" Circuit, Court, in and

if q i Orville Bumgarner owner of James Pender Jr., Negro, disorderly -: Saturday for Pradtord County, upon proof o!
publication of this notice, the fictitious -
N \ j the Desert Isle Motel at Lawtey, conduct, not guilty. name of GLAMO-REE HAIRSTYLIST
High point in the Lee Relays in! Seymour Tomoo Smith and Mar- I Israel Perez reckless diiving I Sen. Charley: E. Johns and Rep. under which Wit are engaged -
fined at held in
was $50 a hearing. ,
Jacksonville last Wednesday:! was' I in business at 353 X Temple
ion Cottle, which broke the old fined $27.50 or sentenced to five A. J. Thomas Jr. announced yesterday -
Btts I the Bradford courthouse I .\\ >. Starke. Florida.
senior track star Sam Gardner County
BHS record half-mile relay record days in jail.
that a second public hearing Ellouioe T. Dodd. P. O. Box Ion!.
who made 10 points as he with a time of 1:33.9: The old Friday morning for being in violation Letty Rosier, driving without I I on proposed local legislation Starke. Florida >4 Interest and

bnike hisold school record m winnIg school record was 1:34.5: set In of Florida Hotel and Rest- license and reckless driving, fined |,|; wiU be held at 10 a. m. Saturday. Keith Florida Reddish.H interest.Rt.2 Box 82, Starke,

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the shot-upt, and won the 1955 by Clifford Martin Townsend aurant Commission regulations $37.50 or sentenced to sevin' days \(April 1, in the courthouse Dated this 28th day! ,of March A
discus in leading his teajimatesto Strickland. Bill Mooe( and in jail. Starke, Bradford Coumv
___ governing rate signs. Jerry W. I The additional hearing is being I> 1961 at '
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a 32 point effort and fifth .S. Florida.
BOJ Ferguson.The Gene Stanley Norris. failure to
accommodate
called in order to 3-30 It 4-20
Kirkland, Hotel Commission district -
place in the meet. I
have vehicle under: control arid I Court
local boys also came within supervisor. suspended the several county and Circuit
Senior HaUte Seymour leapedan
I-lOaf one second of Breaking fine with the understapding that causing accident loneited bond i officials desiring local legislation
six feet for first
even to tie
the school record in the mile relay H I the motel would of 3750. I that was presented at the February -
immediately remove -
place in the high jump and pole with a time of 3:34.6: set by the the illegal sign. Gas Leo Green allowing unauthorized -I 9 hearing. Johns and Thomas i Another M. D. Highly
vaulters Lynwood Walters and
same team. The present record peison to drive forfeited said. Included in the agenda will
William Silcox cleared 11 feet 8 Kirkland said that the Desert Chiropractic
I '-ond of $27.50.Earl Praises
was set in 1957 by Henry Hall, be any proposed population laws
inches to tie for second place in p Isle sign violated Florida statutesin
__ Paden McLain, unlawful
Charles Noegel Charles Osborne that do not have to conform to
___ that it showed rate of "$6 Is doing the'"
that event giving the Tornadoes a a "The Chiropractor
-- forfeited bond of to2-50.
speed, :
of
and Bob Taccia. Coach Dave the advertising requirements
clean in the field e/ents. double" but did not show the additional he belongs
sweep cannot do *
t. Kevin John Freeman unlawful woik medicine :
Hurst praised McLeod for an outstanding R strictly local Jaws Only bills: pre-
In winning the discus and set- charge for twin beds in
i speed. forfeited bond: of 2750. to the class of
job after he ran his leg sented during these publU hear- exclusively
ting a new school record Gardner ;J a, tooth, or the rate charged for !
of the mile relay in 52.7 seconds ,, additional Kirkland said George Wesley Rosier disorderly ings will be given consideration. specialist."-M. E.: King, M.D.
tossed the 12 pound steel ball 50 persons.
conduct by lighting sentenced
last Saturday.A said-
fet 5 inches to better his former that in order to comply with the the joint announcement You can save both time and
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line of $75 15 days in jail.
LU a or is invited to attend
toss of 48 feet 6 inches. He also 440-yard relay team composedof law price signs must give complete Shiny Carter disorderly! conduct The public money. when you see your Chiropractor -
Tom Gardner Tombo, Smith and take part in the discussionsat %
information on rates, including -
sailed the discus 143 feet 10 inchesat not first. Phone
Buster Hughes and Charles Mc- I the price charge for sin- guilty. the hearing.

Bradford Lee. took only one place in Leod took third place in class A..' Down The Drain! gle, double, and for each additional driving Robert forfeited Byrd Negro bond of reckless$27.50. THE BOLLINGER

the running department when competition Saturday with a time person, the time of year Robert Paul Otwell, running red conduct by shoplifting, forfeited
most boys appeared off form. of 46.9 seconds to round :jut theday's The 18-year-old saga of the seized whiskey ended with a gurgle such rates are available and how CHIROPRACTIC
light forfeited bond of $12.50. bond of $37.50.
Starke took fourth place in the activities. last week as a court order instructed Bradford County mmIssioneN many units are offered at that Rudolph Thompson, Negro run- CLINIC

-n1l1e The Tornadoes will see action to the remains of bonded hereby rate. THE RIGHT POINT for the
tw relay with a time, of 8 destroy of a quantity liquor taken ning red. light, forfeited bond of

minutes 38 seconds in a race run this afternoon in a dual meet 1 the sheriffs office in World War II days. Presiding at the final In his answer to the charge, $12.50. way you write. Come In and select 426 N. Walnut St.

by John Adams. Dewayne McRae, with Gainesville High in Gaines- Mr. Bumgarner said he did not your favorite ESTERBROOK
rites are ((1-r): County Attorney T. Frank Landrum. Sheriff P. D. John Francis Zant. disorderly

Le? Cogdill and Mike Darhy. ville. No seniors will compete in Reddish, Chief Deputy Dolph Reddish, and Special Deputy J. A. Gnann. interpret the law in that manner conduct, forfeited bond of 5250. Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH. tII;
the meet because of the class .
Florida Relays tripto He agreed to remove the offend-
Richara T. Mitchell, Negro, disorderly -
,The Tornadoes' outstanding Nassau this weekend. Starke -- --- -- -- --- ing signs however. Men's Clothing

achievement at the Florida Relays has 9741.beaten GHS once this season I I BHS ,Band Gets Bedford Lake B&EIs Kirkland said there were several bond conduct of $37.50.by fighting forfeited !ilifiL I ALVAREZ': STORE Established 1894 I

last Saturday was the 88-relay other objectionable signs in disorderlyFOR ,
Unsolved Joe Tombs, Negro
te in. Charles McLeod Hallie The Tornadoes will go into the I High the Starke area that would be

meet minus the services of sprinter RatingsAt : Bradford County Sheriff s office investigated by the Commission.

S Freeman Register who chippeda reported a breaking and enteringby : :
DistrictBradford t"ED't :
NOTICE! bone in his ankle and will be unindentified persons at the PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS ,

out of action for a month. High School's band summer residence jof D. L. Helmly CHURCH

Ion Bedford Lake"near Keystone Sunday School, 10a. m.; Morn-

Several people have asked won three ratings superior at the and District eight excellent 7B- Heights in which household goods ing Worship, 11 a. m. Evange- 20 Words or less, ORe time ________ .85 Memorials, Resolutions ---...- 5e per word
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his: question. "Ilotv can I have MAUNDY\ THURSDAY Band Festival in Lake City last including appliances and clothing listic services, 7:30: p.. m. If not paid in advance .._ -__. 1.00 (Cards of Thanks, up to 50 words ---_ 2.50

Hiy COMMUNION SERVICES !valued at $300 to $500 were stolen. :' ... i.eo Over 50 words .. 5c per word
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name removed from the Saturday, March 25. "Come let '::us reason together. Keyed or Blind A0 _____ --- ---------

petition calling for a local op- TONIGHT 7:30 The possible ratings from highto I Deputy Russell Redding, in- Each additional word over 20 ____ 0 5 Display ads in Classified ___..1.Soper Inch

xtlon election?" In light of the FIRST PRESBYTERIAN lowest, are superior excellent,f fvestigating officer, said the culprits YOU BUY THE BEST -

announcement that this petition' CHURCHOur good fair, and poor, BHS band I entered the house by cutting WHEN YOU BUY HAVE OPENING IN THIS AREA' FOR RENT One store building FOR RENT Small house 409 S.
s Ik to be presented to the coun- Choir Will Sing Cantata |a hole in the screen door and lilting FOR ONE MORE $100.00 PER 1 furnish Apt. and ont small unfurnished -I Cherry St. Furnished. $40 per mo.
director Elden Mathews said. WO 4-8511
MORE $75.00 house at 321 0>mple phone 'all Andrews Drug Itp
AND 1
WEEK MAX,
fyj Commissioners, at their "OLIVET TO CALVARY" In the twirling department solo- i the latch with a crooked wire. WestinghouseAppliances PER WEEK MAN, AND WE STILL I WO 9- 9g1. tfcbg'
'!The living room entered in TilE I' BABY SITTING for working moth-
meeting, was
TUf'SdWpril.4, this HAVE THE OPENING FOR
ists Cookie. Mathews and Sandra FARM ern. Bertha Crawford, Orange St.
& TV AtSE
suggestion h offered. It has 1 I the same manner, the deputy said, $69.00 PER WEEK WOMAN. Up
Sheally won superior ratings LIMIT :29! TO 63. IF YOU ARE : Equipment For I
been that w. c. r. u. by cutting a hole in the of At i
reported screen
anyone going while Carol Ward won an ex- i WELL MET EASY TO GET ALONU *' Plowing: FOR RENT 2 bedroom nicely furnished .
to Attorney Slack Futch'soffice cellent. :;I a jalousie door with on pane WITh AND HAVE GOOD CIIAKACTER house with carport For
North
Florida MAYBE YOU
REFERENCE Planting
requesting their name "WOE UNTO HIM THAT { missing. WRITE MR couple or with an infant child. In-
Majorette ensembles-[ J Cookie CAN QUALIFY. I INDUSTRIAL guire at 733 N. Thompson St tfcbg
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be' removed from the petition filVETII HIS NEIGHBOR The incident took place some- GREENE, 659: WEST PEACHTREEST. ,
Mathews, Kay Hart, Kay Supply ., N. E. ATLANTA, 8, GEORGIA: Equipment For Every Job
will have it removed. This request DRINK. ." (HAB. 2:15A.) time between March 20-22, Red- 3tchg _4-6 FOR RENT '- Furnished J bedroom
Christmas superior; l2J Jo Superior Tractor Co. !! house. Gas automatic water beater
must be made before the "THEREFORE LET US NOT ding said. The owner Wes in PHONE WO 4.2113
Smith. Dorothy Martha IMMEDIATELY Sales- : and range. Nicely furnishes.
Savage WANTED
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petition is filed for once filed SLEEP, AS DO OTHERS I Jacksonville. Phone EV 9-6772 (12I
; BUT I Grounds kept by owner. Adults.
224 N. Ave.
i, Temple man for I. E. H. Home. Best Opportunity I
Long excellent [31] Carol Ward, -
the petition can not be added LET US WATCH AND BE SO ; yet. Contact Mr. LaRu 5353 W. Beaver JacksonvilleWILL I, Lake St. Call Mrs. A. F. Sauls WO

to or taken from. We respectfully BER. ((1ST THESS. 3:6.) -AND Sandra Sheally, Linda Hopkins- I THE RIGHT POINT for the Starke, Fla. Friday 10:00 A. M. to 4:00: P. M, I 4-5744._ tfcbg

request everyone who has BEHOLD I COME QUICKLY: excellent. !way you write. Come in and Select "You Can Be Sure- ply Display 301 House E. Call Bradford Street. Bldg.Itchg Sup TAKE t-lderly lady to keep FOR SALE Ued furniture. Mra

signed this petition to reconsider AND. MY REWARD IS WITH Musically,, the band won one I your favorite ESTERBROOK If It's Westinghouse"WEEKENDAT j jI I in home.night. Or Call any WO nes 4-0863.children 2tp dayor 4-6 Peggy Shaller, phone WO 4-5934 tfchg
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IMMEDIATELY Ileeept-
their ME superior rating and five excellents. Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH. WANTED :
position.Rev. TO GIVE EVERY MAN AC- I ionigt-Typlat. For New I. E. H. Display -
CORDING Flute trio-Harriet Harper Jan- Houses. Contact Mr. LaRue, FOR RENT 3 bedroom unfurnished FOR SALE Galvanized Trash
J. H. AS HIS WORK
Mabry Jr. house. 380 N Cherry St. Con I-urnerx. $4.50 each. Cottage and
SHALL BE." et Hardy, Becky Sellers-superior. Friday 10:00 A. M. to 4:00: P. M. at tact Floyd' Green Phone 9b9-2942.:! ,
i ; (REV. 22:12.) I I Display Home, Bradford Bldg. Supply lot, $2,500. Terms. J. T. Quigley
.-." --- Clarinet trio-Phyllis Haddock, DOWLMG'S 301 E. Call Street.; Itchg IIP phone WO 4-71U. Itcbg

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I Kathy Myrick. Loraine DeCaro, I FURNISHED APARTMENT: For Rent 3 room and bath nice- I FOR RENT Large Warehouse.Call .
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AMBULANCE SERVICEPHONE excellent. Gi" I UODSK FOR SALE ly furnished' cottage. Available Feb. WO 4-4344. Mrs. Greene Itchg

Trumpet trio Johnny Scott. I .- r ,J : Six: apartBPBta. 21 r...*. 5 1. Phone WO 4-J261.. Margaret How-I
bath. Two blocks from P. O. ard. tfehg i TOBACCO PLANTS for sale. Ira
WO 4-2600 Steve Edwards Jimmy T wson- :10 N. C"errtu ewnn J. R.Tfrhh, Starling. phone AL9-7877. Macclenny
excellent. fluliIagton. FOR SALE: Sofa bed and match- Fla. 2tchg 3-30
DeVVitt C. Jones Funeral Home ing chair. platform rocker lounge\
Brass quintet David Waite,, I chair coffee table. Call WO 4-6973 FOR SALE New 2 bedroom bouse.

:, DeWJtt C. Jones Registered Funeral Director Becky Dinkins, Bill Dockstader,, RADIOS! REPAIRED weekends.after 5 p. m. or any time during I:! Small Phone' down WO 4-0393.payment rest like rent.Itp

Starke, Fla. Tom Hardin. Terry Walters-ex- I I I Rraionable All Make Charges- All-Model iHaranteed HOME FOR Itrhg FOR SALE: FRAME HOME. Can
cellent. S.U.E-B owner. 7
C M1EPHERD.S RADIO aad TV be financed. End of Euclid St. I
1 1tfDlal Service: Hospital Beds, Wheel Chairs, Crutches Alto saxophone C. Dukes- L, _ 412 E. !Call.!...St.Grrco.Phone O taer WO 4-6901 room and bungalow utility on room.corner Near' lot.tennis Carport ;!Thomas.blks. South on Alton Rd. J.tfchg W.

-s-- excellent. court and play grounds. 431 Center
I Stark, Fla. t
3t, Phone WO 43351.
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I FRESH FOR EASTEREGGS3dozen1.OO I McGarvey Nursery
HIGHEST
TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE Services ForHansford WE HAVE a new Uun program to FOR SALE
.' I farmers. Loans m 1 to 6 yean Ready mix concrete concrete block, Petunias Pansies Alyssum
D. CarterAt for the entire credit require oars., fence posts sand, cement I ,
mints of the farmer and bis tarn Motar mix. rock steel oyster shell Candy Tuft, Daisies,&others.
lly. Gainesville Production Cred! l.jnerock' and Roof Gravel. Phone
3 P.M. FridayFuneral Association, (10 orth Main VVO4-2521, Bradford Engineering U. S. 301,
Gainesville. Fla. .fchs Co. tfchg

1'er\villegar\ Motors services for HansfordD. U. S. No. 1 Large Irish, FOR RENT Furnished efficiency:. 2 mi. N. of Lawtey

Carter, 89, of Maxville will be HELP WANTED SALESMEN cottage for bachelor. Modern andattractive. i -
8 OR AGENTS Good neighborhood. FOR RENT Attractively furnished
held at 3 p. m. Friday in the Long Man or woman. Pleasant profitableroute I
145 00 mo. Call Mrs. Renner, WO 4- one-bedroom cottage N. Wal.
toS Branch Baptist Church with Rev. I POTATOES work. Full or part time. Large 5744 tfchg I nut St. Call Mrs. Kincaid. 9691491.
M too W. i': : repeat orders. Earn (2.50 per houror II tfchg
O. Mathts I
and Rev. .. <\
Percy ,.,,,"J,,,. ., more. Age no barrier. Write Mc- SEE YOUR SHELL dealer' In Law-
Knight officiating. Burial will be I ', NESS CO., Box 2766, DeSoto' Station tey for fishing equipment! and WE NEED Copy of Jan. 1, Wl

: A USED 2 in the Long Branch Cemetery i : a. : _1 10 lb& Memphis 2. Tenn. gtp 4-6 _worms.. 4tp 3-30 Telegraph.first one brought' Will pay to our 50 office.cents for

under the direction of Key-Mc- I : 35cI FOR RENT 3 room apartment FOR SALE Business-residential 2t 4-C
Electric kitchen. Christian couple
0 WENEE Cabe Funeral Home of Jackson- : combination property' at 217 E.
only. Phone WO 9-1545. tfchg Prownlee St, Starke, Fla. Contact WANTED -R. N. or L. ?. N. Nurse
ville.Mr. -- owner at 6950 Rollo Road Normandy for relief work. 4 days a we.k.Jot'tor. .
UCARS Carter died Tuesday in a I Golden YeIIowSQUASH CALL CARPENTER Woodland JOHNSON 4-7461.for .Subdivision. Jacksonville, Fla., or Hospital tfchcPKYTOS
enX Jacksonville your carpentry. phone P\' 4-6138. tf chg -
convalescent home 2tp 3-30 PtORIST

H after a long illness. He was bornin 2 Ibs& FOR RENT-Furnished 1 bedroom III S. THOMPSON IT.
- 29C I WILL) TRADE with anyone for PHONG WO 4-41M
Z Clay County. and had lived in I larger house, and pay difference It liouse. Suitable for bachelor or cou- NIGHT WO 4-Sg91 .r WO 9-19U
pit Rent reasonable.' Hot and cold
O that area all of his life. He was a suitable ('an0 4-0863. 2tp 3-30 water furnished. 570 W. Call St. DIRTIVCTIVB fWJWERS

NEW < member of the Long Branch Baptist FOR SALE 14-foet fiberglass Phone WO 44621. Itchg WR WIRE FLOWER ANYWHBRBtfchg

roo I Church and was a deacon.He I Fresh I fishing outfit with 7% HP motor. :MOVING NEED good home for mo-
-d Shell' Station, Lawtey. 4tp 3-30 EXTRA LARGE two-burner circula-
was a retired farmer and had ther' cat with 5 two week old kit-
ting oil heater for sale cheap.
N
tens. Call WO 43571.
served as a county commissioner YOU WILL SAVE money and get Itchg Suitable for Industrial or large
and school board member In Clay I STRING BEANS I the best appliances on the market FOR SALE Wooden typewriterdesk home use. Must move now. We need
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from McGriff. Get our prices long and swivel office 'h.lr.-1r. pace. Bradford County Telegraph
County. WO 4- IOI __
CAR I trades and easy terms. We service W. E. Middleton. Ph. WO' 4-0601. tfComplete tfchg
Survivors include a son. Maxey I what we sell. Try us for proof.G. .
J. MeGRIFFGeaeral FOR RENT C.room furnished
R Carter of Kingsley Lake and 2 I&s.& Electric Dealer S bouse and C room unfurnished apartment

Starke; a, daughter, Mrs.. Minnie F. 29c .. Mrs. O L. Haynes, 30$ 8.
Thursday Friday Saturday COLONIAL FLORIST Water St. Itchg
Carter of Maxville: a sister. Mrs. .. I Only F. T. D. Florist la Starke.

Effie Johns 'of, Starke; seven I I Flower wired any place. Flower INTRODUCTORYOFFER
Hastings Green for all occasions locally. Pt one
grand tdldren. 12 .
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New mi Ford grandchildren.Pallbearers will be Maxey Car- CABBAGE 3 k FOR RENT Nice unfurnished Engraved Business
1 Stationery
1 Oc j 2 bedroom bouse. Newly decorated. S.
Cars And Trucks 73Z ter Jr., Aubtey Mcdung Ray : Phone WO 4-0391. ltp 500 Letterheads
Tripp. D- W.
Wilkerson. Curtis .
unfurn- 500 Large
36 FOR RENT 3 bedroom Envelopes
Starling, and'Randolp"h Crosby. LocalSTRAWBERRIES25c ished house at 309 Clark St See p.
? 500 Business Cards
On BUI Graham at Alvarez. 2tcbg
For
Display
FINEST ENGRAVING
a Cub Scouts HuntingFor DRAPERIES. SLIP COVERS and
upholstery work done Call Mrs. a ALL FOR 48.05
Your Selection I Den Master Howard Tucker. 4274. Keystone
Heights. Fla. 4tchg 4-13 Plate Included

The monthly meeting of Cub Pack KENT-Furnished apartment Tree Service BRADFORD COUNTY

70 was held at 1:30'p. nt Sweet White *. Reasonable rates. Near TELEGRAPH
Tuesday De-Moss

$$1995--1961 FAIRLANE : In the Methodist fellowship hall I hopplnr call at center.21$ 8. Phone Cherry WO St. '(-Shell 2011or Pruning ing Cavity- Bracing Work -- Tree Removal FOR-RENT- *- 'bedroom bouse. 711

(0i with W. P,Callan serving as Cub- DNION5$ 19c on c. Office. tfehr Transplanting S. 1%. Cypress St. J. H. Honertef.Jtchr .

Turn Signals, Oil master until a permanent one can Sapp's Tree Surgeons I-I0
Filter I Air Cleaner be found.. I
Spare Tire Anyone interested in HASTINGS MATTRESS NEVER TOO LATE TO' lOB
helping with this group of boys Is Florida PETE SAP, Owner I EVENING: CLASSES for adults. AHsubjets.
-- & UPHOLSTERY WORKS STARKE PHONE WO U9M1 : Credit U'wanted. Writ
'0 asked to contact Don Championat 710 Lemoa St. Pal tfca Call Our I.flrector Pox 1110. Starke, or call
For Expert Tree Surgery
964-7285., or Dr. T. Q. Ritch. WO 4-ZOn, or visit Adult Educa.

CO $$1 7911 -1961 1 Ford Falcon ffi 964. 0l1. ORANGES dozen. 25cbOWLING Furniture Repaired, Upholstered 224 N. Temple Agent Phone WO 4-8965 tional then Office Information.usa Bldg.Nero for adults addi

A training course is being set &: RefinIshed contact principal RJE School tfchtr
5 TUDOR; Turn Signals Air '
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up to aid,committeemen aud parents IfATrRESSES.REBUILT' IXCOME TAX SERVICE
Filter, Air Cleaner Spare Tire 'of Cubs to better understandthe Mondays thru Fridays after 5 p. m. WORTH THE TRIP
Z New Inner-springs All day Saturdays. Mobile Homes-Always below
o -..--- function of various pac&,com- and Box Spring Charles Hutcheson, 521 Pratt St. market, and clean.
mittees WO 4-1195 Utchg 4'1S
and to, enable parents to SMKT.
DroprssLardorafl I LAKE GENEVA
help the pack. PALATKA EA 4IH ALL TYPES LAWN MOWERS;j, TRAILER PARK
Your Authorized Ford Dealer ,Den 2, in keeping wttn thismonth's sharpened factory way. Pick up and
1 ml
N theme presented a skit 8TAKKE,WO 4594UBS delivery. Calvin Johns, phone WO I SE of Keystone His.
4-1441
'.4 on railroading. : : PEGGY SHALLEB, Starke, tfcbg I IE'Y on_Route_100

Den 5 won the' attendance A teat DOME FOR SALE FOR SALS S k.4r*.M Ie.
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In Brad'ord: OWNER.* t rooms. 3 bedrooms k...e. H.nlwe.4 ,...... lUavtlfailr
County}' ward PRODiiAcres, LEARN TO FLY- oatut Laeeon- 'I room.and In* baths Saratoga screen Heights.Borch ufllity$1000 'Ua4ea.... Pstl aa. gi*Ue Bar
*rae Pit. PrtM < Mil. His Pratt
4 THE RIGHT POINT for the '- j;..... waY' ehone 104051. tfchg 15.down. Payments- |7< mo. Call WO tfchgJ58 4- St ..... WO 4-3131 er WO 4-ttll.

way:yea write. Came ta'-ua select FOR SALE -r Pott.4 African UricFOR

36 MONTHS TO PAY year faverHe ESTER8ROCK *' tlrom Setzers Smith Violets for !:after. |1 and up. Hra FIAT (00. For Sale f 475. Only I RENT Furnished apartment.
DcVoe.' (41
W; 'I Wr Adklna, Starke. 2.009 actual inllea. See C. T Xani-I Ideal for couple. Contact Mrs. E. L.
,FoeWa PeL T.3.Pwix ,I Itp field at 131 N. Gark. St. ltD I Crawford, pbone WO 4-I17S. Stp 4-1
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HIGHLAND I YYYYYVYYYYYYTYTYVYYYTYT Shady Grove Missionary Baptist Prevatt. Other hosteses were Mrs. & -
( BAPTIST CHURCH Church.On Bobby Norman. Mrs. Wiley Coley,

. Sunday School 9:45: a. m. LAffTEY Saturday Mr. and Mrs. John .Mrs. Gene Norman, any? Mrs.
Morning Worship, 11 a. m. and i Wyrick of Tallahassee, Mrs. Joyce Lonnie Teston. A guessing game REVIVAL MEETING
CHURCH NEWS 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting each I By Enia BlanchardiAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Futch. Miss Elizabeth Terry and I!.I.was enjoyed. The prize was won ,
Wednesday, 7:30: p. m. Rev. Mrs. Claudia Stricklard of ,by Mrs. Raymond Prevatt. The
George Chism pastor. Everybody Gainesville visited their sister,i I door pize went to Mrs- Joyce

t welcome. The Methodist Youth Fellowship Mrs. F. W..Durham, and Mr. Dur-\' Futch. Many lovely gifts were WILL BEGIN
ham in Jacksonville. The five presented to Mrs. Covington. De-
summer camp project will be
Methodist Church ] At The TabernacleSpecial SOUTHSIDE CHURCH OF furthered by a sale of cakes and sisters, Mr. Wyrick: and M+. Durham licious refreshments were servedby
CHRIST SUNDAY NIGHT APRIL 2
candy in front of Priest's Sundries enjoyed family, dinner to- the hostesses to approximately
3 Mi. S. on 301. gether. Friends of Mrs. Durham! #
Schedule for week of April 2: music will be featured Store Saturday. Stop and buy a 25 guests. .
Sunday Bible Classes. 10 a. will regret to learn that she has
Easter Sunday Sunrise Ser In services conducted by Dr. John cake for Easter. : Maundy Thursday will he observed -
m.; Assembly Worship with theLord's
been ill for sime time.
vice at BHS stadium for the com McNeil of Washington, D. C. this Friends of Douglas fBuddy] the Methodist
in
Supper, 11 a. m.; Evening at 8 p. m.
munity. Message! by Rev, Barry Frlday, Saturday, and Sunday. Thomas regret that he is a pa- :Mrs. Helen Dorman, Mrs. Joel HIGHLAND
Assembly Worship 6:30: p. m. with service commemor-
Church
VanDeventer. Early morning wor- The public is invited. tient in Bradford County.Hospital. Parsons of Jacksonville and Mrs. a
Wednesday Bible Classes,
ship service 8:30: a. m. Those Mrs.Jennie Thornquest cf Jack- He hopes to return home one day Parson's son, Bill Sanford of ating the institution of ths Lord's
uniting with the church wilt'be sonville celebrated her 93rd birth 7:30: p. m. this week. Gainesville visited. Mr. and Mrs.I Supper by our Lord the night be-

received at this service. Church day anniversary last Surday by CHURCH OF GOD Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Reddish Bryant Reddish Thursday. Sun- I fore his crucifixion. Everyone is BAPTIST CHURCH
School 9:45: a. m. Regular morning attending services at her home and Mrs. V. R. Reddish attended day visitors of the Reddishes were invited.i
worship 11 a. m. Snack for church. Friends will be glad: to I Sunday School, 10 a.: m. Morn- the funeral of Mrs. Minnie Szar- Frank Dorman, Mrs. Thelma Wilson cordially
Youth. 6 p. m. MYF m-etings, learn that she is walking again: ing Worship 11 a. m. Sunday lota at Plant City Wednesday.Rev. Miss Nancy Geiger of Jack- Evangelist:
6:30: p. m. Evening Worship, 7:30: after her fall of a year ago. I I Evening Service, 7:45 p. m. YPE and Mrs. T. L. Howe and sonville, and Mr. and Mrs Beck --

P. m, I Service Wednesday, 7:45: p. m. children spent Tuesday rt last and family of Hampton. REV. BARTOW A. RAKESTRAWPastor
Monday Circle 2 will meet at I FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Prayer Meeting Friday, 7:4i: :>> p. m. week in Tholman, Ga. with Rev. Mr. and Mr;. Paul Dinkins and I WILLIAMS
home of Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, 3 p. m. I KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Howe's mother.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Burton of
Mrs. O. L. Hayes Sr., co-Hostess. BOATDRAIN BAPTIST CHURCH and Mrs. John WyrJck; of Jacksonville were Sunday dinner JEWELRYWATCHES Jakin Baptist Church, Jakin, Ga.
J. R. Smith,
pastor, Ralph
Official Board meeting 7:?0 p. m. Tallahassee were weekend guestsof guests of Mr. and Mrs. Horace
Tuesday Circle 1 will meet in Copeland Minister of Music and Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn- Miss Elizabeth Terry and Mrs. Cox in their home on Little SantaFe DIAMONDS SONG LEADER-DORSEY McKENDRY
Fellowship Hall. 10 a. m. Mrs. O. church. organist. ing Worship. 11 a. m. Training Joyce Futch and sons. Lake. -
Services: Sunday School 9:45a. : Union, 6:30: p. m. Evening Wor- REPAIRS Church
L. Haynes Jr., Mrs. J. R. Wainwright Mr. and Mrs. Roy Reddlsn of Mrs. H. C. Wainwright visited Of Gray Gables Baptist
m. Morning Worship 10:50 ship, 7:30
a.
: : p. m. All Work GuaranteedA.
and Mrs. Phil S uder Webster spent Friday with Mrs her sister-in-law\ Mrs. Ancel
m. Training Union 7:00: p. m. Prayer Meeting, Wednesday,
hostesses. V. R. Reddish. In Medical C. Williams
Starling University 8:00 P. M.
Evening services 8:00: p. m. You 7:30: p. m. Services Nightly,
Wednesday Circle 3 meets in are Invited to share family Prayer Pastor Rev. Barney Sweat. Rev. L. P. Rafuse and daughter Center in Gainesville last Friday. 142 W. Call St.

Fellowship Hall 10 a. m. with time with us. Everyone welcome. Joann, were in Oak Hill Sat- Friday evening Mrs. Ervin Cov- Starke, Fla.
Mrs. Jimmy Green as hostess. urday where he organized a ington was honored with a stork EVERYONE INVITED
Story Hour for Primary Department FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH NEW RIVER church that will be known as I shower at the home of Mrs. Carl 1 "=- :_
3:30: p. m. Prayer Meeting LawteyA. i BAPTIST CHURCII

and Bible Study 7:30: p. m. E. Massey, Pastor Sunday School 10 a. m. Wor- .-
Thursday- Prayer group meetsIn Bible school 10 a. m. ship Hour, 11 a. m. Evening Serv- :
Ladies Bible classroom 9:30: a. Preaching 11 a. m. ice, 7 p. m. Prayer Meeting each
m. Choir rehearsal. 7:30: p. m. Evening Service 7:30 p. m. Wednesday, 7:30: p. m. I I
Bible Study and Prayer Meet- I I

Presbyterian Church ing, 7:30: p. m. Wednesday. EVERGREENB.PTIST
CHURCH ,. :
390 N. Cherry St. PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS .
Sunday School 10 a. m. Preach- .
CHURCH .
Barry D. VanDeventer, Minister
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ing, 11 a. m. Training Unton 6:30p. :
Sunday School, 10 a. m.; Morn- ; I
Maundy Thursday Cantata, puicE1
"Olivet ing Worship, 11 a. m. Evange- .m. Preaching, 7:30 p. m. Prayer : .
to Calvary" and Commun- ;
Meeting 7:30
Wednesday m.-
listic services, 7:30 p. m. p. .
lon 7:30 p. m. Wednesday Bible study, 7:30p. : .
"Come, let IS reason together. .
FridaySpring Rally for Sen- m.Jos.. E. Norman, pastor. -. .;
ior High Fellowship, Camp Mont- HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH -: .- .: /
gomery. CHRISTIAN CHURCH
Saturday Junior recreation Sunday Sunday School 10a. Carl Clarke, Minister ,
4 p. m.Sunday. m. Morning message 11 a. m. SUNDAY SERVICES
Sunrise Service at Training Union 7 p. m. Evening 10:00: a. m. Bible School. T .::1 12:00: NOON .

stadium 6:30: a. m. Sunday message 8 p. m. 11:00 a. m. Worship and Com ,. '.
School, 9:45: a. m. Communicant's Monday Bible Joy Club 4 to munion. .' ,
Class 10 a. m. Morning Worship 5 p. m. 7:30: p. m. Evening Worship. I FIRST METHODIST CHURCH

11 a., m. Junior Choir, 5 p. m. Wednesday Prayer Meeting
: '
Evening Vespers, 6 p. m. Youth:7:30: p. m. Choir Practice 8:30: p. BETHEL MISSIONARY : '
Fellowship 7 p. m. I I m. Pastor: Merle L. Packham. BAPTIST CHURCH
I Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morn-
ing Worship. Ha. re. Training
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Union, 6:30: p. m. Evening Ser-

vice, 8 p. m. Prayer Meeting each '. rf.1''
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TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT1. I:Mrs. Byrd chose a. lavender silk p. m..and prayer meetings at 7:4: $ : ; c't..- V - I la Th* ClrcvH Court, Br ar rdConmtr. NOTICE TO DEFEND _
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I also with white accesories. I preceding each service. Special Florida. la Ckanrtr la Circuit Court Bradford Coif,
William S. TnrsPlalntlrr, vs. Floridal IB CkaHcvrjr
Following the ceremony, a five- music is under the direction of Hazel Melinda Terry Defendant. I Case No. 12-980

tiered wedding cake frosted .in Jimmy Crosby of Bayless High- NOTICE TO APPEARTo John T.ne)', Plaintiff. Susie I

white and topped with miniature way Church with Mrs. Crosby at : Hazel Melinda Terry. whose Wiley, Defendant
By Sirs. D. E. 11111&AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
residence and address is 2529 Glen- NOTICE TO APPEAR
bride and groom, was the high- the piano. Soil I mawr Avenue Columbus :, Ohio. To: Susie Wiley. whose resident _- ___
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light of the small reception. Mrs. In preparing the buiHing for Our Our Strength II You are hereby notified that ai and address is UNKNOWN
I I suit for divorce 'has been filed against -'I notified that _
You are hereby a
Donald Slade and Mrs. P.
L. the
revival members last week
Jo Byrd, Charles WilliamsonWed I in the Circuit of'1 I
I you Court suit for divorce has been flied against
In Home Ceremony ,I Bradley, sisters of the groom served -, installed new rounj, metal columnsin Soil Conservation Bradford County, Florida, in Chancery you in the above named Ooui ______
I punch and wedding take to wherein William S. Terry is and cause and you are required r. _
Jo Byrd, daughter of Mr. and : front of the church, to replacethe NEWSBy Plaintiff and you are the Defendant. serve a copy of your answer 01
Mrs. E. B. Byrd of Stark, and the 25 present. old frame columns, aid laid You are hereby required to pleading to the complaint on the

Charles Williamson, son of Mr. Both the newlyweds attended out a new diagonal parking system Bill Bass serve a copyof, your Answer'or.I Plaintiffs Attorney Joseph K. Skipper _____
pleadings to the complaint thePlalntlff's Title
... on 221 Florida Puilding
and Mrs. Wiley Williamson of Bradford County High School in. on the church grounds. By G. T. Hugginr attorney S. L. Scruggs, !'Jacksonville I I 2 Florida and tile\ ih

Hampton, were married Saturday Starke. where Mr. WiiXamsonI FENCES: Soil (Conservation Sen ice Post Office Box 197, (;alnpsYillt.1 i i original in the office of Hit, '1er. _

evening March 25, in a candlelight -I I graduated in 1957. They arc mak- Their "Ups And Downs" County Agent "Florida aid Answer and or to pleading file! the original in the office of- I I 110 I'I of the day Circuit of April Court 1961 on; otherwise or before tin tu. ________

ceremony at the home of I i I ing their home in Hampton in There's been an emphasis on r Area soil Scientist Charles of the Clerk of the Circuit : allegations of said Complaint will
Young, with the Soil Conservation Court at Starke, Florida on or before be taken as confessed by you
the house on State Road 325 recently I
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Slad i fences along Hampton's main Jobs
Spring-Summer efficient in preventing loss the !!nd day of April 1961; This notice[ shall be pulillsh. nonce
For the double-ring ceremony,,I vacated by Mr. and Mrs. street, Navarre Ave., the ast few 1. Sleeping sickness in horses- through leaching.For Service, prepared soil and capa- otherwise the allegations of said each week for four contin. .
t Frank Wolf red Sr. weeks. The bility maps for the farms ot: Gary Complaint will be taken as confessed neek in the Bradford County TW
fence in front of
the couple stood before a flowered could: .have said horses and:mules, pastures that need by you. .
grass graphSKAU
'IWaters.
Martin Dolph Reddish: J.
Baptist Revival Continues Claude May's store has put on a > Dated this 16th of March,
arbor of pink and white carna- but mules are kinda hard to find fertilizing now 300 or 400 poundsper day : ( ,
tions. Rev. W. P. McElroy offici- Through Easter Sunday new spring coat of white paint, anymore. Florida State H tchers, 161 I Dated this '! d'" of March iIi: ,
of fertilizer (SEAL)
acre complete E. L. Lester. belbert Gren and Charles A. Darby.
ated. in the presence of tae rela- '! Revival services at Hampton to match the new paint job on We 'lose several animals.here: in should be applied. 'Probably the Charles A Darby I Clerk of the Circuit CouitKy

tives of the bride and: groom. Also!! Baptist Church, with Dr. W. G. their house and store. our county each summer. from most popular analysis, and the used Clyde io Cone. These maps complete will soil be Clerk Bradford of Circuit County. Court Florida I Marian I. Crosby,
develop a i
carrying out the pink and white Stracener as evangelist, will con- Farther east along the street, this virus disease. Birds and fowl I one in mind with this suggestionis By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
fences around, the homes of :and water conservation farm plan Deputy Clerk. 3-3 4t 4-13 3-9 4t .o
theme of the decorations was a tinue through next Sunda=>> evenIng Mr. are the natural host. The mOsquito -, 10-10-10 mixture. This is -
a from.
The Soil Conservation Ser-
basket of and vhite April 2. and Mrs. A. M. Bryant and Mr. -
large pink I then comes into the picture
what call 1-1-1 ratio the
we a or vice had been delegated wider responsibilities -
carnations.For Climax )f the week's meetings. and Mrs. M. M. Matchett have and can also transmit the infec- same amount per bag of nitrogen, I I "We eliminate the middleman's profit"I
in the resource con-
her wedding, the bride Easter Sunday, and also home- just been taken down, which has tion to other birds, horses, and phosphorus and potash. Your application -
chose of II coming day for the church, will been the trend with many homes men. servation program. A principal One '
ballerina-length Quart
a gown will depend on the age r
is still the furnish-
responsibility With Each
white overlaid with include regular Sunday School at here in recent years since livestock Prevention by vaccination is the F R E
nylon organza, and condition of your grass. Fertilize ing of technical assistance to individual I
lace. The fitted top, accented witha 10 a. m., morning worship at 11 no longer can be allowed to run only remedy. Now is the best time it well and get that good farmers cooperating with or Gallon LOue you buy. .t1-.

lavender or hid corsage, had a a. m., with "dinner on the tound" loose near highways. With the to vaccinate so the animal will root system developed. Later: in I their local conservation district. I

neckline after morning worship. Training school-yard now un-fenced". : and have time to build up a good solid
scoop and three-quarter the season you will come back Prices
The preparing of a soil and.capa- Start at $2 qt. $5,98 GaL
I many private yards following suit,
before the
length sleeves. For jewelry she union and evening services will Immunity mosquitoand with straight nitrogen.One .
farmis
for individual
bility maps an
wore a single strand pearl neck- I begin an hour later for the sum- there also come a trend of "short fly season starts. Vaccinationis
'
important suggestionif one of the first steps in the
lace. mer, starting this week. with cut walking, making diagonal necessary each year. Contactour MARY CARTER PAINT STORE
you are planting new pasture or conservation program which will
paths across lawns and yards.
training union at 7 p. m and local l veterinarian Bob Mul-
Mothers of the bride and groom renovating old pasture, be rure to eventually tie into the national
evening worship at 8 p. m. New Flagpole At School; lins, for more information. 501 N.W. 8th Ave. Gainesville, Fla. FR 6-7588
both wore lavender with indentical !-
Vacation For Good Friday WORM get a soil test first to determine resource conservation progi am.
2. CA'ITLEWe have
white carnation corsages. Mrs. Revival services begin each Hampton Elementary School your liming needs. Liming materials Fingerling bass to complete the -_ .
gone through a long, rough win-
Williamson wore a lavender lace I evening at 8 p. m. during this Earl
has a new flagpole in the schoolyard ter incorporated into the soils fish,ponds of A. L. Batten
season. Cattle going on good
dress with white accessories and week with choir practice at 7:30: ..
the first since Hallowe'en much more valuable in the effectiveness Batten and Rayonier In were
pasture now need all the benefit
of future fertil'zation.! delivered this week. The bass are
pranksters tore down the last of zSERVICE4
I and not have to eat extra for internal -
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several wooden poles about seven parasites.If Public RelationsIn put into the ponds after the

years The new installed cooperation with the Brad- bream have had time to spawn.
ago. pole, graSs or other grazing cropis
I by Ernest Triest, is a modern short, worm egg may be pickedup ford County Chamber of Commerce The second State land judging .

telescoping metal one, 25 feet by younger animals much we had a mighty good contest will be held in Gainesville, ;
March 3,. J. H. Herbert, Jr., Extension -
high-although for the present; quicker. They hatch out and the strawberry tour last week.

the flag flying on the pob misses parasite cycle starts to work.: We feel that it never harts to Conservationist, reoorts 38 _
being a "modern" one by two teams or 152 contestants will
Your cattlemen's association have outside people visit cur pro-

stars, having only 48. can help make it a littlemore; interesting grams, and good publicity helps compete from 25 counties.' Those
There will be -no school on Friday representing Bradford SoU Con- SALES
for
you to start this
everybody. A good number of
this week. 'March 31, whichis program. Liquid phenothiazine for servation District, are: James Lee,
Lic4tb \ -" Chamber of Commerce memberswere Thomas Harley, James Croft and
Good Friday making long drench seems to be the most popular SERVICE
to Bill Phillips, F. F. A. boys, Paul
Easter holiday weekend for chil- and effective treatII eut. Callor present greet the Jack-

dren and teachers. sonville Hutchins F. F. A. Advisor, will
but there
come by our office for more group should
Youth Club Has Party Jifoitnation about this. have been accompany the boys as their 1lE
more. Some of the men RcA.vicToIr': :
Members of Hampton Youth coach. 1l4
3. PLANT SOME MILLET -A who should have been there and 1l
Club met at the city hall jast Fri- : temporary pasture of mIllet will These land judging oontcsts are
STEREO&RADIO SERVICE ON
could have : WOodland
been there >' not
w*re
day evening for a party! and: ham- furnish lots of good feed. It can designed to promote a better Understanding -

burger supper. Mrs. F. P. Lott, also be useful in a field ro that there. of soils and their best SALES &: REPAIRS 4-6901. ALLMAKESI
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chaperone, and eight memberswere rotation from pasture to pasture In our farm programs we use. An understanding: cf soil ------------

present. Games were played might be practical, and help that preach that there is power in cooperation characteristics provides the onlybisis SHEPHERD\

after the supper. worm problem. for determining proper land
and the same can be
Next regular meeting cf the Millet planted in rows so that use and selecting the management j)1ANGREENOiEJi' -" -. 4lZ E. CALL STARK;
group will be Thursday evening, extra nitrogen can be ad"rd, will i applied in business, I expect. practices necessary for the most .

QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED April 6. Any wishing to attend give you grazing till next fall. If efficient sustained production. -.... ,. .
who need transportation should 111._ ; 4-4'. ..- -.. --- -::
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PRICES GOOD Thru APRIL 1 1st planted now, you will have some I' -
(contact either Buford Paiker or ready grazing in early May. It is -

Mrs. Lott. good for cattle and hogs. AREA-BUINSESS

GA's Elect Officers Starr and Gahi varieties top the DIRECTORY :I IAUTO

Hampton Baptist IntermediateGA's list. Gahi will grow taller! ,and

( RLtN elected officers last week forth come back a little faster than .

S next six months, with Joyce tarr, but is not as leafy. If.'you I -
FREE 50 I
Conklin re-elected as president of really want some feed, (flown *
:poc AUTO GLASS TRIM, FLOOR AND TILE ; OFFICE MACHINES
the
group. 300 pounds of 6-12-12 per acre at j t ,. I CONTRACTORSBobby ; ,
Donna Rhoden was named vice- planting and side-dress during'Mauldm's Auto Glass Hancock. TypewriterEx

Jw. GREEN STAMPS president; Kathy Conklin secre- growing season with straight COMPLETE STOCK CURVED i Baker Auto Trim L. Bryan ;

tary-treasurer; Odessia Melton,, nitrogen. I \ q ange
WITH THIS COUPON AT YOUR program chairman; ClaimeD Pasture Fertilization- GLASS CUSTOM INTERIOR TRIM TERRAZZO CERAMIC Smith-Corona Titiewriteri
'
Windshield & Door Glass ASPHALT PLASTIC TILE
NEAREST WINN-DIXIE STORE Cooper, chairman of prayer and The root system of your grass Replaced In;'Any Make Headliners Arm Rests :'HARDWOOD- FLOORING- I i blafy Biislnbss Machines

mission study; Virginia Brown,' might well be guide ior Repair Any Make Machine
-I Void After Limit One Coupon To Adult With miSsions your applying Car Or Truck Floor Mats -Upholstering Floor. Sanding & Finishing

April 1 1st A $5.00 or More Food Order(1LP. stewardship and community fertilizer. In many nstan- We Handle Saftey Glass Lowest Prices FR 6-6762 FR 6-4445 FR 6-5551
; and Sheryl McElroj: for- ces up to half of the nitrogen is J31 N. Main, GainejyiUg. _
FR 6-2558
Gainesville
N. 27th.
A FR 2-3226 1J39 E. -
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( \ ORt ward steps chairman. lost before the plant takes it up.
STAMPS fMPS Installation of officers will: 1 be at Leaching accounts for some loss, 1314 S. Main Gainesville- 1021 E.,University Ave. Gainesville, GARDEN SUPPLIES I OPTICIAN

the next regular meeting Thurs- but tests have proven that a well Beckum's

GOVERNMENT INSPECTED Half or Whole day afternoon, April 6, at 4 p. m developed root system is highly AUTO SALES & SERVICE Johnson & Paris, Inc. I Opticians

at the home of the leader, Mrs. COMMERCIAL LIndsey L Beckum, R. O.
IMPERIAL CHRYSLER Line of
SUNNYLANDHORMEL D. E. Hill.Personals REFRIGERATION Complete I} Lenses Dupllcated-QU1C Repair!
PLYMOUTH
yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyySTATE VALIANT SEEDSPLANTSFERTILIZERS'- I
Artificial Eyes-Pr scriptl na
Authorized SalesPartsService
Mr. and Mrs. J. X. AlKi: and' Refrigeration Insecticides Pet .i 1 Filled Promptly

two children of California are FARMBy HawesPowersMotor Supplies 22 W. University "FR 6-3516
HAM Lb.49 'We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders'I
Service I
% here with parents : CQ. Gainesville FJa.
visiting her Mr. Co. 224 N. W. 8th Ave. FR 2- 'n6 _
and Mrs. Dan Johnson. They have Mrs. O. E. CrosbyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA, FR 2-2561 Sidney Leopold l Owner Gainesville Fla. j L1I

also been visiting in Vero Beach Commercial. Refrfeefitlon I PHOTOGRAPHY
204 N. Main, Gainesville : 4. r
with Mrs. Allen's brotheMn-law Air'CflnaittoniSVSold GIFTS-WATCH REPAIRS
Mr. and Mrs. HI1 Used Cars;.. 312 N. Main I ." N.
CANNEDHAM and sister. Mr. and Mrs. James Lyle Buck and Fril'uWr ice-J.k mtter Roy Green, Inc.

Broome, and children., Heic Sun-I; baby, Andrea, and Mr. an') Mrs. PR 6-3400 And Servlced-AnytimeGainesvuVFR Bill Barnes i Direct Color Portraits for Gift

3-Lb. day from Gainesville were- Mrs. Vance Gordon of Jacksonville were LINCOLN" MERCURY ''2-832' GIFTS i Commercial Portraits

Can $299 Allen's daughter. Glenda Vining, Friday guests of Mrs. Buck's par- COltETFJATRENAULT'Authoiizea neigtIt ..F1t 6.-'l1ap' II CLOCKS WATCH REPAIRS ;I, Photography
and Nell Williams. Mr. and Mrs. ents, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Rich- i Complete Camera Supplies
S I
sserviceParts i w *t I Specialists in Fine Repairs to i
Arnold Haddock and children of: arde.' Andrea spent the week nd Trained MechanicsGood qONCRET P EIpciS Antique Clocks and Watches 'J1118 W. University FR 2-4658

Jacksonville visited the Johnsons; with her grandparents while her Used Cars \ FR 2-86t3 \ Gainesville Fla.

; MAXWELL HOUSE Limit 1 with a $5.00 Food Order here Saturday. parents New and York their Yankees guests and attendedthe St Barkley Motors INSIST Mot ALt -otm.. 222 W. University Gainesville'' POWER SAWS
j
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Oliver of Ft. CONCRETE
Louis: Cardinals baseball same in 615 N. Main Gainesville :- :TRODUCTS LADIES WEAR -
Lauderdale< were weekend visitorsof St. Petersburg Saturday. Ivir. and MtE' THE BEST FROM, I l\IeCULLOC

i COFFEE MB. 59MAYONNAISE Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Saxon. Mrs. Buck and their guests were B. &G. Motor Co., Inc. Cherry's CHAIN SAWS

CAN Henry Mosher of Ft. Benning, Edwards Biiijcling I
dinner. guests .of the Ric&ardes -- HILLMAN Gainesville's Most Fashionable '|NEW-USED SALES-SERVICE
Ga. spent last weekend h"e with I
on Sunday. OLDSMOBILE CADILLAC S Address For Ladies I Florida Saw Co.
> hJ5-
his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Jl ;1
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ha-'m and DRESSES SUITS COATS !1
Mosher and coming to Hampton :daughter Debbie moved to their Authorized Sales-servicePartsFR 726 Main FR 2-4844 FR 6-3411
Limit 1 with Food Order with him was Mike O'Connell of 6-7515 Sr ACCESSORIES I 2538 N. E. 19th Dr.-Gainesville
new home in Jacksonville Satur- t Gainesville, Fla. 105 W. University Gainesville :
Phoenix Ariz. also stationed at 115 S. W. Second Gainesville t'0' SEWING MACHINES

Ft. Benning.Mr. day.Little Donna Marion. Randy MEN'S WEAR '.

KRAFT ; 49GiANT and Mrs. Pat Bowers and Alvarez, and Peter Fanchcr have VOLKSWAGENSales -Service Parts IJOORS i wp\ts Singer Sewing

baby of Columbia, S. C. hive been all been sick this week. Donna I Silverman's

visiting here1th his mother and Randy have mumps, and MillerBrownMotors florida J l4!, g THE MAN'S .STORE"Clothing 1; Machine CenterUsed

Mrs. Ruthella Noegel ,and grand- Peter has.virus. Inc.FR OF GAL ESVRLt:. JXC.Dbdfc3. Haberdashery Singer Sewing Machines

Limit 1 vtith a $500 or more Food Order mother, Mrs. Priest. They spent Mr. and :Mrs. -Wilmont Brown \vmnd\VS,-' : Shoes- Sportswear Many One Of A Kipd

) Sunday with Mr. and Mrs H. B. were visiting their son-in-iaw. and 2-3532 Ai..mIINm WNmGS Formal Wear Rentals Starting; At $9.95

t Hinson and family. daughter Mr. and Mr Cecil 1030 E. University Ave. Gainesville. f -' .. .: t .ff -- I 208 W. University, Gainesville It i FR 6-6310

CHEER Pk9.59 Mr. and Mrs. T. W. King and Rowe, in Starke Sunday after I I Palm Beach.' Awning"Windows t FR 6-3502 .216 W. University Gainesville
Meet Specifications
All A.W.M.A.. l t tI
sons visited the D. E. Hill family noon. Montgomery Pontiac *
I Write, Or Call Tor Eitlciites I MOVER ; .
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Brunnerw SHOES
Saturday, and Mr. Hill attendedthe Inc. 'FR 6-215 ..
Florida Relay track meet at visiting Mrs. Ellery Redding i I I
,, Hawthdpie P4. G Gainesville Mayflower ;
the University of Florida in Gainesville in St. Vincent's Hospital in JacksOnville 18.17 nesvi1t Bob's Shoe Store
LAND 0' SUNSHINE Limit 1 with Food Order PONTIAC CMC TRUCKS r LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE i
.. with them, where their son Wednesday: night. Shoes for The\ Entire Family
Wesley King, ran on the Clemson Mrs & P. Meyton entertained B. M. C.SalesPartsBernce SPORTS CARS i ELECTRIC MOTORElectHc I MOVING i! FORTUNE FOR MEN

track team. the Gainesville District Methodist Authorized I Storage And Crating ; CIIARH SET FOR WOMEN

BUTTER Lb59 ministers wives with a covered FR 2-2585 r Gainesville FR 6-524 ENDWELL CHILDREN
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Bryant Ave. Gainesville i FOR
220,N. W. 8th _tp .
visited their son-in-law and dish luncheon- last Thursday at .T % MUSIC !JBkgs Millenery Accessories
her home Repair Co. I 21 W.
daughter Mr. and Mrs. Damon here. Thirty-fiv guests Crane Motor Co. University Gainesville

Nolan and family in Live Oak enjoyed the .occasion with ,Mrs.. LAnkANGUAENGLISH ': OF GAINESVIlLE, INC. The Music Center J

Saturday. Meyton., '.; '. ':, COMPLETE ELECTRIC THOTOR SPORTING GOODSThis
YOUNG, TENDER POLE FORD t | PIANOS-ORGANS- :
I Mrs. Mildred Harrell was in SALES AND' SERVICE
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Slade RIND INSTRUMENTS ; -
I Jacksonville last Friday. Authorized Sale &'Service I "Distributor t'i ,

BEANS 29 Vernon spent Sunday Slade with and children.Mr.and Mrs.: : Mr. and Mrs., J. Howard Ward* "Complete Service for All Makes" t New Lincoln Motors" Sheet Music Sales-Repairs- Accessories : Area's Most Complete Un

and..baby !of Gainesville...spsnt the tOG; .E. University. Ave. FR 2-4251 FR. .- 2-S31S'I "You Can't Beat our Terms" i I of Sporting Goods at

weekend with''her parento. Rev. Gainesville,.Fla. 1030 S. Mam. GainestiUe 3025 W. University Gainesville !

CALL FOR BID and Mrs. E. F. Meyton. Edwin -AUTOMATIC I !!'" ..... .#. "*I Jimmie Hughes, Inc.
Seated bids will be received by I I ILillian's
MUSIC
the City Council of the City of Meyton of Jacksonville was ,also TRMSMISSIONSAtTOMATIC : FARM EQUIPMENT. I SUPPLIES Gainesville
Clarke, Florida, at the City HaU in i 1113 W. University
SUPERBRAND Strawberry, Vanilla, Chocolate a weekend guest of his parents. fr It. l'
Starke. Florida. untU 7:00 o'clock -. : Music Store '
P. M.. on Tuesday. April 4, mi at Mrs. Phillip Murphy and children .- TRANSJBSSIOXS Fjushs? Tractor Go. Iit4NEW po-
ICECREAMGO. which time and place all bids revived of Gainesville "spent 'the # 1 "Gainesville Leader" Since 1933 YARNS-TOYS
will be publicly opened andre ;\i ; ,AROUR BUSINESS
Y2 d aloud on the following: weekend with "her parent Mr? z Service: t Repairs-Work HOIHANITAIXIS I KRAKAVER WINTER-CABLE. 'i i Jack and Jill
Furnishing a twelve months supply CHALMERS PIANOS PLNORGRANSCHORD !
and Mrs. H. D. Starling while ,
Guaranteed
59 of 7304 to 10,000 pounds of chlo'ine. ; MASS ORGANS $159-1375 A Complete Line of
-
i
ilr. -FQGUSOi
;' in 15<>-lb. cylinders deliveredto _, Murphy attended t _NtJonaL ;;
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Starke. Florida. Guard camp. Lamar PearsonAT Guftars Drums Sheet Music i,Yarns Needlework Notion!
The aald City reserves the right Farm Equipment And Tractors Budgets Free Instructions
to aoept or reject any or all bids. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Bektae and AT TUBBY'S 66 8EE VICE, I" *,' FR84335 _. FR 6t5931 I I Toy Gara* -Doli HobpJes l

City. : Merrill Of Starke Edwards, FJorldany City 'CTert. family are .moving:to Lake Butler 505., .N. W. 13th St Gainesville Archer R4. \' Gainesville 112 S. E. First, Gainesville I. 625 W. University.if" Gainesvil14r
this week.
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t"6 I ,, I I -" -" ,,, .............T.T T TT T.. Mrs. Pansy Strickland in La- Green visited Miss Ann Vickery I Wednesday ,night of last week at

Crosse. at Florida State University in ;noon.Mr.. and Mrs. J. C. Melvin and the Community Center honoring
Home Demonstration Let's Go I
C BROOKERBy Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bigham. Jr. Tallahassee Sunday. 'family of Tampa visited Mr. and ., their choir director, Miss Carolyn

dc Notes i and .Billy were .weekend. gi'tsts. ofMr. :j I 'Mr. and Mrs. Julian Green: and < Mrs. Cecil Melvin and family I I McDavid, bride-elect_ of Kenneth

sCardethiig Shirley Green /and Mrs. W. E,. Bigham, Sr. in I I son, David, of Jacksonville: were Saturday.Mr. Green.A .
I
DOROTHY 4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAMrs. Lakeland. I[weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. I and Mrs. W. E. Bigham.Jr. pink and white color theme
C_ 1 ROSS Mr-and Mrs. Cecil Melvin and'I Dave Green. 1 and family visited Mr. and was carried out

I Home Demonstration Agent .,Lottie Edwards is spending. family attended the Orange, Festival E. W. Hodges of Ameri us, Ga. Mrs. Ben Guest and Mr. and Mi's. The choir presented Miss Mc-
I By Hervey Sharpe a few days with Mr. and Mrs. in Winter' Haven last;, Satur- was the Friday night guest of Mr.ar.d Harold Driver in Paducah. Ky. David with electric
an percolator
from frozen berries any time of Harry Edwards' in Jacksonville.Mr. ,
J
Strawberry Blintzes Extension .
.
I
Florida Agricultural ''dati Mrs. Evan Hodges.J. from Thursday to Sunday last
for the taste buds the year. Service and Mrs. J. H. Sullivan and Mr.. and Mrs. I Mrs. Betty DeWitt Mrs. Doris
Try this treat Floyd Wiggins E. Townsend visited :.tr. and week. They also utre the Sunday
If you are a diebetic or on a son, Jerry visited Mr and Mrs. J. I ; Kelley, Mrs. J. C. Harrei.:l Mrs.E. .
-Blintzes served with strawber- and Mrs. Rosa Pinholster visited Mrs. W. E. Townsend and familyin I night guests of Sgt and Mrs.
reducing diet, freeze the 'berries For an interesting indoor hobby, W. Sullivan in Gainesville last, L. Lester, and Mrs. W. E.
and Mrs.Bryant
ries. Use fresh berries now Lynn in Williston.. Avon 'Pa'rk and.. Mrs. Lola .Les Hardee, Jr. in Atlanta, Ga.
frozen berries when the season is without sugar or use one of the .grow the multi-purpose aloe vera. Sunday._ : I, Mrs.:Lynn has just returned home! Townse)nd and Mrs.-BonniE; Mans- !1 I Mr. and Mrs. Evan Hodges Bigham Jr. assisted with the

.r sweeteners.The Akin to the century plant, aloe Mr. and Mrs.. Frank Tinney from the hospital.Mrs" I field in Wauchula over the week- visited Mr. and Mrs. Rodney serving.-
over.Recipe best containers to use for is a decorative, fleshy succulent.It's visited Mrs. Dave Green Satur-
: PANCAKES 1 and W.> T. Blair and Billy and end., I Belchner and Mr. and Mrs. Carl THE RIGHT POINT for the
freezing berries and other fruitsare often called the drugstore day afternoon.
one-fourth cups flour. 2 cups milk. Mrs. WiL. Douglas were >n Key- Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Mountainand I Sievers in Jacksonville Sunday. way you write. Come in and se-
3 eggs, and one-fourth cup butter glass freezing jars with screw plant. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Douglas stone Heights Thursday.Miss family. of Micanopy visited Party Honoring Miss McDavid I|lect your favorite ESTERBROOK
top lids, plastic cartons with lids Drippings from the dagger-like
.(melted). and family were Sunday guests of Shirley Green and John Mrs. Mattie Sowell Sunday after. The Junior Choir gave a party I Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH.
and in cartons.
plastic bags leaves-mixed in water-pep up a
Beat ingredients with beater un- Household Equipment Trends sluggish alimentary system. Chem-

til smooth. For each pancake The new appliances for '61 prove istry of the plant is vague. But

spoon 2 or 3 tablespoons batter on I that the industrial designers are for sure the pale yellow crystalline

lightly greased griddle. Spread concerned with producing 'itemsof glycoside called barbaloin impartsthe

around with back of spoon. Bake quality for the American con- laxative properties.It's .

until small bubbles appear, then sumer. You will recognize this used as a first-aid kit on

loosen edges gently, turn and bake. not only in the appearance but the kitchen sill. When hot grease

takes 15 to 20 pancakes. You'll in the functional features of their pops, watery pulp from the plant ...

love these pancakes made into products. There is an elegant sim- Is; used to soothe the burns.

Strawberry Blintzes. They're nice plicity in the over-all design, especially There's a mpdern notion that Rath Black Hawk Sugar Cured Hickory Smoked
CENTER
for breakfast or brunch or lunch I in the trim and handles. aloe ointment is good 'for atomic G ,
or company-special dessert! QQ1 Tf
is availablein
Matching equipment burns. O CUT HAM
Recipe: BLINTZES cup'cottage different colors. There Is a Eons ago the Greeks began to t

cheese, 1 package ((3 oz.) trend towards wood grain panelsin I use the plant as a tonic In India i I SLICES F f
cream cheese 1 and one-half both natural'and composition I, aloe is used to soften the pain of
;ablespoon lemon rind, 3 table- materials. cuts and bruises. Philippino ///women _

spoons lemon juice, one-fourth Some automatic clothes dryers mix the juice c from aloe leaves 89c :
teaspoon almond flavoring i measure the moisture and ad- with wine in the ,belief that it will LB

Whip ingredients until creamy. just the heat then shut off when prevent baldness.An .

Place one-fourth cup of this fill- clothes are dry enough. an ornamental, aloe vera is seaedufMa Q .
d w.
Ing on each pancake. Roll up. Washing machines that set available from nurserymen, varies T

'Put ih 11" x 7" baking dish. Heat washing time, action, temperatureand ty stores and from plant sections
in for 10 minutes. ol supermarkets.The L
400
degree oven _
release detergents and bleaches __ -J___ _
leaves are ME pSiY -- -
one-half dagger-shaped
Heat
berries-1 and cups at proper time through adjust- ,
fresh berries and one-half cup sugar ment of dials. pale green with irregular white .
or one 10 oz. package frozen blotches. Margins have weak y r :m
One company is putting out refrigerators -: f&HTSSSHCYED <.
strawberries (thawed). Serve .on'' prickles. Dagger points are tipped SHANK :
rolled pancakes.To I that are horizontal,. with yellow or reddish spines. YOUNG TENDER PLUMP- HALF c.o
FreeEe Strawberries which makes the modem kitchen Flower-wise, the aloe sends upa )

Use freshly pkked firm, ripe,, look larger. branched stem densely packed \ TURK YS. WHOLELB OR
Frost free is another new fea- tubular
red berries. Wash in cold water, : with yellow or posies. Z
ture of refrigerators and freezers. Gardeners with the slightest
dipping in and out quickly. Never 320 S. 810 \
Frost; never forms because of thumb raise 1
let strawberries stand in water. tinge of a green can 39 C
Wash through three waters. Drain change in cycle of refrigerationand the plant. Aloes stay healthy for St. 20 us )
fan movement of air. years with little care. They thriveon iREiGiFTS
!well and cap. Slice or leave ber- WE LDuvniTT.i&1diI'iIUta
ries whole. ,To every four cups of Legs on equipment or a hanger a soil mixture of sandy loam ,
berries sprinkle with one cup sugar type which brings the appliance three parts, lime rubble and broken -I.

alternating layers of berries up to a convenient height so the bricks one part.
and sugar. Pack into containers i! homemaker doesn't have to stoop. Spring Fever

head Label entire of Spring bursting out all over is =- -
leaving one inch space. Tilt-top-the top =
I date, and freeze at zero or below. range, including burners, lifts up a good sign for the gardenerunless .
Store at zero. Serve with a few ice for easy cleaning. it's discovered that the barkon i .f

L crystals Sugar packs left in make them.better qualityand ing.a To prized the neophyte ornamental this is could ruptur-be IfJ lj : :: BLUE RIBBON BEEF SALE !

I NOTICE OF INTENTION TO an omen of a strange new disease.
flavor frozen strawberriesthan HKfilSTFK FICTITIOUSAME STAMPS ALL CUTS FROM SPECIALLY SELECTED
BLUE RIBBON
Chances are the splitting bark is REEI'I WESTERN BEEF
Notice is hereby given that the
without sweet- .
berries
packed oxDpPIRES ..
undersigned, under the provisions of not a new ailment, but the aftermath /AE50RCHAN $5.000iMOREfOOD
ening. Preserves may be mad I Chapter :0,953, Laws of Florida. Of ... Sm
Acts of 1941, will register with the I of winter freezes. Delayed W\'M P'JRCAASE_ r" ..,.,.
Clerk of the Circuit Court, in and death of plant branches also cau- I & %! C H'U C K
for Bradford County, upon proof of I'ses alarm. C
publication o this notice, the fictitious 1961 j
name of Hand G TRUCK STOP, Jack Frost's havoc may not APNIL R. ...., f
under which I am engaged in busi- show up until weeks or months CODE ST f g
ness at Rt. 2 Box 219-A, Starke,
Florida. after the chilling winds have given i. si0tt!
4 Harry C. (Frank) Broadway, P. way to tropical breezes.If I t.1: .7 I) \ 11ltF0" ,
RA1LC
O. Box 241, Starke, Florida, sole
FOOD COSTS AN AWFUL not of ail-
[ owner. you're sure an 1 \

I LOT THESE DAREFRIGERATE r5 Dated this 14th day of March, A. ment on your plants, it's always 1111'11
I). 1961 at Starke, Bradford County, a good idea to check the symp- .
Florida. .
WITHGAS 4t-4-16 toms with your local plant specialist I
IT PAYS/ Or ,91Be BONELESS.CHUCK ROAST
or county agent. you may .
In The Circuit Court Of Florida send a plant specimen to the Plant Sure to Check Our I II LB 69

KUhtb Fur IlruJford Judicial County.Circuit.In Chancery IB And Pathology Department, Agricultural \ iM' Complete Stock of L: GROUND CHUCK o CHUCK CUBES -

MORTGAGE FORECLOSUREC. Experiment 'Station, Universityof EASTER CANDIES --_ --,=_ -. _-_
= -
JoMUeB and Dallie Miles his -'-- ----- -----
wife, Plaintiffs vs. W. J. Johnsonand Florida, Gainesville. : and Other Goodies -
r Carrie Johnson, his wife.! BougainvilleasIt's I 'I Delight the Kiddies i \
NOTICE OF SALE
to find of GALVANIZED5E7ZER'S
possible some
s.1t Xotice is hereby given pursuantto DURAul --AO.
a Final Decree of Foreclosure these vines that flower almost any O'i II\\\i
dated March 9th 1961, and enteredin reason of the year. But, if your ,
R\C\
Chancery Case No. 12-939 of the AROMA GARIAuii"
I\\
Circuit Court of the Eighth Judicial vines didn't put on a better show "
t( Circuit in and for Bradford County than the neighbor's, perhaps you ICI ,
Florida wherein C. E. Miles and .' "Breakfast Cup \\ \ fl -
Dallie Miles, are the plaintiffs, and had too heavy a hand in the fertilizer I 20 !
W. J. Johnson and Carrie Johnson, bag. : -'--- ill\\'\I $. ,
his wife, are the defendants, I will BAG GALLONCAPACITY
sell to the highest bidder for cash Bougainvilleas are very sensitiveto 'Ii -_
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at the front door of the Bradford nitrogen. Too much will give 1SltorlcUll1g \
t County Courthouse in Starke. Brad- NO
ford County Florida at 10:00 o'clock lush growth but few flowers. REG 2 39VALUE
A. M. on the 27th day of March One pound of 2-12-12 fertilizerper LIMIT Le TiN.
A. D. 1961, the following described I JU 8'' ( IWG
property as set forth in said Final 100 square feet of soil area E )d
Decree, to-wit: usually will insure blossoms next oF WSHl"TILC
The North Half of the Southeast oooo.oMA 70P Q ALIIY
o
J
: quarter of Northwest quarter of season. 1 N
1 .. Section 25, Township 5 South Another method to force flow- III
i Range :21 East containing 20 acres, @.
and ering is to cut some of the plant
more or less lying being situ. j'1'
I.
ate in Bradford County. Florida. roots. With a garden spade make t j'
J Dated this 9th day of March, A. lutioe 11
3 4 stabs into the
11 1961. or ground
|ID. Super II ,LARGE
I (SEAL) around the plant about 24 inches
from the base. This plant torture ____ \\\ 'BOXES

method works in about 3 out of I ___ I I 2' .1
ten. SRG VI i \\\\!', REG _

& SPRINGTIME I E ADD I poUr/IJ CAN/ : \\\\\1!\\ilDR \\\ 2 {for ,. 1111.ft --

NEW .
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In Count Judge' Court. A 4 .
For Bradford Couat,. Florida.In II
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Estate of James. Bryant, 6;
HOME re: I :: ER
i deceased. $5 1111. ---- _
NOTICE OP SALE
111111 I I
IS PAINT TIME! BEAUTY Please Take Notice that on the .
3rd of April, 1961. at public auctionat 0 .
the South door of the Bradford
County Courthouse in Starke, Florida 111111 51 MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPSGRADE .
at 10:00 o'clock A. M. under-
.PRODUA"11J' WITH THE PURCHASE Or
will sell the following .
signed pro 4 Easier '
situate in Starke, Bradford "A" LARGE III
perty BAYErt
: We Can Offer You More Than County, Florida, to-wit: ASPIRIN
Commence at the South Line of
PUERTO RICAN JUMBO THIS COUPON EXPIRES
Center Street of Temples Subdivision EGG 2 Doz,99c II' APRIL 2. 1961cooerr
,
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: where it intersects East Right- I I&2
2,000 COLORSWith of-way of Seaboard Airline Railway .
EACH
thence run Southwesterly along I PINE
said board East Airline right-of-way Railway line 1110 of Sea-feet MORRELL BONELESS II i ONLY C

Our Color Meter That Mixes ColorsTo for Point of Beginning, thence con- -
tinue la a Southwesterly direction CANNED HAMS i' .
210 feet along said Eastlin of said
Match Your Or Furni- Seaboard Airline Railway, thence
Drapes Carpet APPLE
Sea- MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS
Easterly at right angles to '
board Airline Railway 210 feet 4-Ib I WITH THE PURCHASE Or --
ture. thence Northeasterly and parallel to $299 I 28 OZ BETTY CROCKER
Seaboard Airline Railway 210 feet, can" Pancake Flog
thence Westerly 210 feet at right FRESH CRISPY
angles to Seaboard AlrUne Railwayto THIS COUPON EXPIRES
We record Your Color Number For You, So That You point of beginning and lying and i I C li07 APRIL 2. ifs ipyy
being In North East Quarter (NB a), I' i 2 1. S. oo sT
May Use The Same Color At A Later Date Or For Section 22 East 21 and, Township containing I South One Range(1) EACH WHITING 'lb! 29t 'I f CELERY [.t:&
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Touch Up. See Us For All Your Painting Needs, Floor Acre, more or less. .

Cleaners and Waxes. for This cash property to the will highest be sold blader."as Is MORTONASSORTED- FROZEN I .

-where is" with no representationbeing : 50 Lb. Bag 4-8-4 FANCY 2 CARTONSFERTILIZER
made as to the condition
thereof and may be inspected by FRUIT PIES I ;. MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS

LOANS AVAILABLE To Paint AddA appointment Undersigned with reserves undersigned.the right to 99? TOMATOES 25 WITN, TNL PYRENAt[ W i.
so oz uor ui.
Room Any Remodeling improve- reject any. J.and THOMAS all bids.A. JR. PEACH 22 OZ Spanish Bar Cake, -
By George H. Pierce APPLE SIZES I THIS
ments. FREE Estimates. Labor And Ma- '203-20 X. Temple Avenue 29C F ILPTNil61Rugpmy
Starke, Florida James CHERRY EA ; A ;EASTER tlLLIES HYDRANGEAS "

terialsUp To 36 Months To Pay $10.00 Attorney Bryant' ,. deceased.for Estate 3-23 of it 3-10 CNUTCUSTARD. I CALAD1EMS CHRYSANTHEMUMS$

Month. -
Per
Charles A.' Darby, DECORATED
Clerk of Circuit Court
CALL US FOR INFORMATION By Marian L. Crosby

Deputy Clerk S-U It 4-c LAYER R CAKE I// MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS

WITH THE PURCHASE Of'
PICO, TULIP LEGAL$ 1G E.u
STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIES gfi:cYjItEsSJ? I CHOICE YOUR ENVELOPESTHIS

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TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT o 0 I, I Little Interest I- -L ____E YVYVYYYVYYyyyyyyyyyyyyy' merica while her husband was

II Shown In New CharterAt I i stationed there with the Army.
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KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS II I MELROSE Tommy Bass and ,Emor/ .cross

Keystone Heights | x.:. x--<.;. ." I have returned home ,after spend

S By Mary K. SchaefferAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA By Mrs. Alice RothhammerMiss I,.ing two weeks In Tallahassee. t
Only two "interested citizens"!ishowe'j I Mr. and Mr R. M. Casoa spent
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--------------.--------- ------------------------ up at the public hearing1scheduled ; \ 4 44.1.the week in Palatka ,and Welaka

CALENDAR FOR THIS WEEK meeting" 6:30: p. m. Tuesday night; for discussion -:'I xrt ,Marian Bass spent the I visiting their children an I families.

Thursday, March 30: Community Church Young Peo- : r.A wt of Keystone Heights' proposed ; weekend in Tampa with .ier sister -: .
new charter. Council, Bill i A baby shower and JWCheon:
Duplicate Bridge Club. Section ple's Meeting. 7 p. m. Susan Bass.
II. 10 a. m. Woman's Club. Monday, April 3: ,j s Beam presided in the absence, of :, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon D. Paole i was given March W tn honor ofMis.

Community Church Choir Practice Be sure to get your news itemsto Mayor M. L. Beasley and Council and son. David, and .daughter, Pat Sapp. Hostesses were
7:30: p. m. your reporter Phone 4127. a dc i Chairman E. E. Williams. ;.f Judy Lane have arrived at Seven Mrs. Lyle Davenport #od Mrs. A. t

McKay's Women Bowlers, Pa- Cub Scout1? Den 1, after school.I, i,i Under the revised charter the Oaks to spend two weeks with II E. Arnold. Twelve guests were ure-

latka 9 p.m.Friday St. Anna's. arish House. + m I town council will not be permitted ; Mrs. Paole's parents. M:. and I I sent and Mrs. Sapp received many
March 31: Good Friday, Girl Scout Troop 147, after 1 to sell ,any property without- a y Mrs. Lester W. Neefus. The Paoles I gifts

no school school, Melrose Parish House. referendum, and,cannot negotiate: I drove ,down from Oakville, On- i Mrs. George Oxford, lot Tampa

Rotary Luncheon Meeting, 12:J5 Art ,Class, Dot Newman's, 7 p. a lease for more than two years I rI tario Canada. visited the Grant Rothbammers
Noon. m. without a referert.:1: m. TtIe'wn ,' Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Whitton I:.!Sunday afternoon.
Girl Scout Troop 190 St. Anne's I' Instructions for Teen Ag rs, St. will be able to extend or contract y'KEYSTONE Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert.I Maj. and Mrs.Lyle S. Davenportand

4 .* Parish House. William's: Church, 7 p. m its corporate limits without wait- Whitton, Sr. visited Mr. and Mrs. daughters have .returned

Webelo's Den Meeting St. An- Regular monthly covered: dish Z.V. ing for a special legislative act 1 Carl Ford,and family last Sunday.Mr. home after spending month

: ne's Parish House 6:30: p. m. supper St. William's Hall, .3 p. m. Hamilton setting up a referendum, under BAPTIST PLAN I and Mrs. Coition Berry of with Mr. Davenport's parents Mr.

Boy Scout Troop lOS St. Anne's General Meeting of Community, the new charter provisions. A referendum REVIVAL SERVICESDr. I Burlington, Ontario who have and Mrs. Lyle Davenport at Lake
: Parish House 7:30 p. m. Church Women educational'' Hamilton Elected may l>e called upon petition spent the winter with M.and Winott. and'his brother, JStanley.

.. Cherub and Carol Choirs Practice building 7:30: p. m. I Io of the affected property Vernon Brown [left!. pastorof special music each evening. Mrs. Campbell will return home in Tallahassee, Maj.) Davenport 4s

: 3:45: p. m. First Baptist CAP Cadets meeting, 7:30: ; Sky-I Ii I owners. Another meeting will beheld the First Baptist Church of Services will be held' at 10 a. this week. stationed with the Air Force in

Church tel. REATrtistee I i : for final ratification before Daytona Beach will be the evangelist m. and 8 p. m. daily through April Mrand Mrs. M. H. McElveenand Travis. Calif.
: Du Pont's Bowling League, Tuesday, April 4: j the proposed new charter is sub- In revival services startingat 9. The church membership will Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Newman The Women of .the Baptist

Gainesville 7 p. m. Mass at St. William's Church,! mitted tc the 1961 Legislature. the First Baptist Church of I hold family prayer time each day : were weekend guests of Mr. and Church held a bridal shower far

: Duplicate Bridge Club, Section 7:45: a. In.VMU !\ At Co-op Meeting i in the home in connection with Mrs. A. E. Sapp. Mrs. Newman is Miss Patsy Hinnant at the Woman's -
Keystone Easter
on ,Sunday morn- II
I, 8 p. m.. Woman's Club. \ Circles of the First Baptist ', knife sharpening and selection. the religious series. the former Miss Ellen McElveenof I Club. Forty-eight guests
Saturday April 1: Church meet today.MeatInformation ing. R. O. Stone [Irightl"minister I Melrose, who makes her were present.A .
: I Several cuts of meat will be Rev. J. R. Smith is pastor, and now :
Catechism Classes grades 1-6, School Green i A spirited trustee elect'on and cooked and a demonstration on of music at the same church, will Ralph Copeland organist of the home in Sumter, S. C. surprise birthday Party |or

St. William's Hall 10-11 a m. Cove Springs, 9:30: a. m. I good weather contributed to a i carving, will be given. Be sure to be .song leader and will conduct Keystone church. Mr. and Mrs. Joey Moore and Miss Elaine Samson was given

Walker's Boys Bowlers, in Lea- Den 3 Cub Scouts St. Anne's'I near-record attendance at the I circle this date on your calendar son, Brad, visited Mr. Moore's Saturday night at the home -qf

gue. 10 a. m. in Palatka. Parish House, 3:45: p. m. I: annual meeting of Clay Electric I and make your plans to attend good family-type meal and lots of invite his or her own dat Those parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Moorein Miss Marian Bass. This -was Mis.

Girls' Bowling Team, In Pala- Brownie Troop 229 after school, Cooperative at Keystone Heights i this valuable school. good friendly conversation.G. i'I in attendance will meet at the Orlando. Samson's 16th birthday, and all

tka 2 p. m. [League Bowling] St. William's Hall. last Thursday. i Local Girls Attain Honor I:Hall at 7:30: and will provide Last Wednesday; night after I her teen-age friends were invited
Drawing for $100 Bond St. Wil Keystone Volunteer Fire Dept. In the keenly contested election,; Margaret Muir Carolyn Jean BROWN'S E. AIR REFRIGERATION CONDITIONING I.their transportation home from prayer meeting at the Church of I to help her celebrate.

liam's Hall. 7:30: p. m. meeting 7 p. m. ,Zedra W. Hamilton of Brooker i iI Moody, and Dee Dee Hardenbergh, the Hall at 10:30.: The "hiyride" Christ, the members went to the Winners of the Duplicate Bridge
226 S. Walnut Starke .
Easter Sunday, April 2: OES Chapter 279 meeting Ma- I defeated the incumbent District;i three local girls attending Bradford Phone'WO 91121O. :vehicle can not deliver partygoers',home of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Arn- .Club included: First'place, Mrs.
Attend your church: See notices sonic Hall. 8 p. m. 15!I trustee, Russell H. Green Jr. for I II II High School-all members of to their homes. old and surprised them with gifts j Alice Ketchum and Mrs. Helen

elsewhere. Keystone's three men's bowling I a three year term. Hamilton polled the Sophomore Class-have made E. S. And Visitors I I I The ladies of St. William s Altar I and refreshments in honor of Phelps; Second place, Mrs. Mary

: First Baptist Church Concord teams in League, Palatka, 9 J p. m. i 382 Votes, while ,Green received i,,the Beta Club of which they are Enjoy MeetingA I I I Society are jubilant over the sue- i their birthdays, which make; him Cook and Miss Sally Mansfield;

Choir Practice 6 p. m. Wednesday, April 5: 230. District 5 is composed of justly proud. colorful honor service was''cess of their baked-goods sale at :80, and her 72 years old. Mrs. I and tied for third, Mr*.:Grace de

Episcopal Young Churchmen's Cub Scouts. Den 2. St. Anne's Bradford County. Can You Top This? enjoyed by the many local OES I,annual Clay Electric Day. Their I Clyde Bell showed movies some I iPass and Mrs. Roland Bryan end

Hall after school. Re-elected without oppositionwere i In this day and age when one members and visitors from Starke:; next project will be a RummageSale including their stay in South A- : [Continued On Next Patel

: INSURANCEAutoFireCasuaIty Baptist Adult Choir Practice, H. H. Surrency, District 3 can find gasoline service Nations Waldo, and Gainesville on Tuesday on the weekend of April 14- ,

8:15 trustee and co-op president and on four corners of many busy intersections evening March 21, when Mrs. ,, 15. They ask all their friends to I
: p. m.Prayer AT KEYSTONE
Bonds and Allied Lines Hicks Griffin of District 7. it is unusual to hearof Laura Johnson, Grand Treasuer,'be putting'aside all their discarded I McKAY ,
and Bibk-Study
r Group Attendance:: was estimated at one such intersection where was honor guest. The refreshment::: clothing and household goods
Reynolds Insurance Meeting. Community Church Par- 3,000, and was described by Bud I this is not the case.We had a nice table was attractively decoratedin 'with the rummage sale in mind. I Easter Sunday we shall be closed. You are invited to'

AgencyW. sonage, 7:30 p. m. Anthony, co-op public lelations visit from T. C. Hill and his wife the colors of the worthy matron i, On Saturday evening, April 1,I attend Church services in Keystone Heights at: .

L. Reynolds Thursday, April 6: director, as the largest in about residents of Starke, but formerlyof Mrs. Beatrice Scnroeder- I some fortunate person will becomei Baptist,ChurchCommunity

Ph. 2442 2701 Duplicate Bridge Club, Section 10 years. Jacksonville 111., where Mr. There were wistaria and calendulas i i the owner of a $100 Savings Bond. I Church

Keystone Heights, Fla. n. 10 a. m.. Woman's Club. Visitors from the 12-county area Hill was in business for many in silver baskets, and:! orchid I''At 7:30: on that evening, the men Episcopal ChurchPresbyterian
Community Church Choir PracNEW served by the co-op began thronging years. Mr. Hill remarked that in candles: in silver candlesticks. The ,lof St. Williams Catholic Club will ChurchWe

.. _o_ on the grounds about 10 a. m. his former hometown, on a busy hostesses were Mrs. Thelma I|hold the drawing at St. William's
From then until noon they viewed intersection, there are four Bunce, chairman, assisted by Mrs. 'Recreation, Hall Be sure your Wish You A Joynas.Fastmt, !

I the 4-H Club electrical exhibits churches-one on each corner. He Mabel Crawford, Mrs. Helen V. name is in the basket.St. S. E. McKAY & ASSOCIATESMrs.
and listened to the music of the:,also said that this was the only Egan, Mrs. Alma Frost, and Mrs. Anne's Episcopal News
\, I Stanley Brothers string band. A:'such intersection in the United Mattie Sargent, who provided re- .!. St. Anne's Holy Week schedule M. Ilgren & Mrs. I. Brault .
fish dinner was served at noon. I[States. Can this be true? We freshments. !I will be as follows: o. i .' ,', T. 0

\ President of the Florida Senate, hadn't thought much about it,'but At the April 4 meeting of the ;: March 30, Maunday Thursday -

Randolph Hodges of Cedar Key, we can't think of any others. Eastern Star, Melrose Lodge Masons j: Service and Holy Communion; at
was the featured speaker at the However we have the utmost respect and their associates will be j i 8 p. m.March. ZIKE DECORATING SHOPIn

afternon session and was intro- I for Mr. Hill's opinions, especially honor guests. Hostesses will be !I 31, Good Friday. 8 p. m.,' .
,fur s I duced by State Senator Edwin I, in view of the fact that Mrs. Irene Dawson, chairman, as- 'I Litany. Ante-Communion Even-
I Fraser of Macclenny. Hodges de- he enjoys our column, even listed by Mrs. Lucy Finley, Mrs. i ing Prayer. Wiggins Building Keystone '1eightaPAIN'S

MEXICO scribed some of the financial difficulties though he is not acquainted in Patty Gilrie, Mrs. Ronnie'Harden- April 1, Easter Eve baptism by
that would face the state Keystone Heights. bergh, and Miss Maxine Jones. t appointment.April .
i I
it lin the coming biennium and said, i Preservance Pays Members of the cast of the ..ANDPAINTING
t ; 2, Easter Sunday, 9:30: a. H
oU p H
Sante Fe the Capital of New Mexico is the oldest seat (
": "We must not take the easy way I'I'A wise man once said tnat "all Morocco Temple Minstrel were m. services; Holy Communion, I AIDS
of Government in the United States. It was founded in out by increased taxation. We come to those who wait." pleased with the fine dinner ser- Flowering of the Cross, and presentation tSUMKUOlMI_.._
I must find conservative means to Mrs. "Coon" Wilson found this to ved to them last Friday night by of Mite boxes.
.. 1610 and this is where 60 Spanish Governors ruled a hold the line." I I be the case on Thursday at the the Estrellita ladies. After the PersonalsMr.

strange new world empire' from the Governor's Palace. Surrency, in giving his annual I I annual Clay Electric day,, when show they returned to the Masonic and Mrs. Fred Dodd. their Wall Paper Sampled
said that the now called for the Hall for midnight breakfast"
report co-op I I her number was a son Danny and Mrs. Dodd's par-
The Capitol building was restored to its original appearance has around 18,000 members, as coveted, first prize a line food before making the long trip backto ent's, Mr. and Mrs. A. R- Marwick '

in 1909, and is now the Museum of New compared with 274 members in, freezer. Mrs. Wilson said she had Jacksonville. The Estrellita of Juniper Springs, left Saturday I We Do Papering and :f'Dlt1ting

1938, the year the co-op was Ii been attending 13 years, ,and finally cooks, were lauded for their end 1 i morning for Bob Jones University.
Mexico. The present State Capitol is three blocks south founded. had her number called.: avor. As this is a yearly event, Greenville, S. C., where thty visit-j FREE Estimates Phone Keystone, 4505

of the old Palace. Good news for the co-op members "Lucky 13," she called it. So the fine reception indicates there (Continued on next, page) I "
was brought by A. G [Pat] I congratulations are in order'toMrs. will be a next- year and a next. :I .- 1 I 'if

Loudon, manager, who said that : Wilson, "the lady in the blue' Bridge Party At Bachmann'sOn 1 J
1 THE KEYSTONE STATE BANK a rate reduction would go into I! dress." Tuesday, Mrs. Lout Kyle ,
HEIGHTSMEIROSE
effect April 1, which will save Fashion note: : We hear that thewelldressed and Mrs. Albert Bachmann were I Ij KEYSTONE!

.. electrical users about $40,000 an- lady will be wearinga j joint hosteses at a bridge party I
nually. He said savings to individuals blue "'dress or sweater to the at''the Bachmann home on Lake

MEMBER\ F.D.I.C. will depend: on the a- 1962 Clay 'Electric Annual shin- Geneva. There were six tables of BUSINESS DIRECTORYAPPLIANCES

A Friendly Bank in A Friendly Community mount of current used. dig. play. Mrs. Henry Mickle was high :

\ + Keystone Heights, Fla. Other notables on the'(speaker's,I Correction, Please: prize winner, while Mrs. Buster I .
platform included M. L. Beasley,I We have had no complaints on Aiken was second high. Mrs. J. A. i Ir. '0
mayor of Keystone Heights: Sec-I this one. but would like to amend Williams won the "floating prize," 'V GIFTS TOYS LUMBER
retary of State Tom Adams; Sen.J. a statement we made in last and Mrs. Lewis Muir was "bingo" ,
Emory Cross of Alachua Coun- l[I week's issue in writing up the prize winner. Redfearn's Appliances -
San
ty, and Rep. Sam Saunders of Jackson-Cooper! wedding. We Duplicate Results I (7' Lebrydo :LumberCo.

.. I Clay Count: .:'said that Mr. James HetheTington Mrs. Alice Ketchum and Mrs. HOTPOINT APPLIANCES '' i14 .
had rendered vocal solo, accom- Helen Phelps was high scorers at Maytag Washers and Dryers :Jenafi We Specialize In Custom
I pained by Mrs. Hetherington "on the Thursday morning meeting of I Zenith T V Cut Extra
Lengths
tice, 7:30: p-Bowling m. Team. Pa-'. I the piano." Pure force of habit.It the Duplicate Bridge Club, Section ,: Service On All Slakes ; :10')6 [ KUn pried Pine ti BuU'.r
McKay's should have been "on the organ H, March 23. Second-high were ''Heights Phone: 4252 .. SlatrnalsQementUortar
Keystone
latka, 9 p. m. Somehow the Mrs. Lelo Pridgeon and M's. Mar- Most Selection
of -
Largest
course. & -Complete Mix-Sheet Roqjc
.......... Has Eventful Party I
Roger I'idea of a piano detracts from the garet LeBlanc. Mrs. Helen Egan BOATS i' of Greeting Cards and ToysIn Mill on Hyw. 21 at MJddlebnrf,
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of Mrs
Roger Smith, son dignity of such a lovely occasion. and Mrs. Irene Mickle were third I This Area ; Phone: BU 2-5722

., Madeline Smth. celebrated his : Mrs. Becker Entertains place. winners. The Boat Barn I ,Keystone Heights! .i iM ji jiI JShaughanessy's
(I eleventh birthday on Sunday: ,: The Garden: Club of the Lakes, On Friday evening,'}{a'ch 24, Melrose GR 5-2701 I 'l """" '" : PACKAGE STORE
March 19, at his home on -Keystone meeting was held last week at the at the regular meeting of the HARDWARE i i

Lake. Guests included Billy home of Mrs. Flo. Becker on Lake Duplicate Bridge Club, 'SectionI EV1NRUDE r
I/ Belote Thomas Hawes, Dickey Mason with Miss Bessie Ruther- Mrs. Alice Ketchum and Mrs. SALES & Brooklyn 1
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Martin, Jimmy Wilt and Ray L. ,
Helen Phelps were again high-
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for I I PACKAGE STGK&
;,I II grandmother ford as co-hostess. Speaker SERVICE
Williams. Roger's Supply House
Secondhighwere J. S-
the day was Mrs. Charles Baker :; scorers.
Mrs. William Smith helped serve I La Coste and Louis Kyle.'Mra. Bee OPEN A3LJ2 P.AL
who gave an informative talk on I VAB-TUNG ,PAINTS D4JLT
the birthday fare. Among-the various Mansfield ---r--- I CLOSED '
and Miss Sally SUNDAYS
t Day Lilies. Mrs. Leslie Daniels Cooper Outside House Paint '
games played was a peanut was a guest for the day. Both were third high. CONSTRUCTIONBarMar Mildew Resistant Keystone Mdro 4 MZbenrJ
hunt and an unusual "find" wasa I
tt ,
Mrs. Baker and Mrs. Danels.are CHURCH NEWS Const. Co. SPECIAL HJ5 GALLON II I _
rattler discovered by
ground :
}with from Jacksonville, and are cousins. :, St. William's Catholic Church IMPROVEMENTS Keystone Heights, Phone 2741 i REALESTATE
.
Billy Belote, and dispatched LaMee.- Altar Boys for the month of HOME
of Lawrence
quick aplomb. After the ,excite- !Rotarians Mrs To Have Dance April will be as follows: Easter 'Room ,Additions Awnings 'Od m's Hardware & C. J. Pete O'ConnorREALTOR ,
Games
ment, things settled down to a Sunday April 2: all altar boys will Florida Rooms -
normal routine of happy birthday: Notices have been posted,around. Serve: April 9, David Schaeffer Aluminum Siding FIIA Loans !f 'SupplyJJARDWAKE
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artytngtMeat .town, and tickets are out for a Ph. '4281 Lawrence Blvd. i
s ) i and Herbert Nelson. Jr.; April 16. ,
1 HINTCement
dance to be sponsored by the
School big Heights
Information Keystone REAL
: Jimmy Fox and John Allen; April Blocks Red Mix ESTATE-MORTGAGES
familiar with the cuts I Rotary Club or Keystone neigmson
Are you 23. Lee Sutton. George Allen: i CSameBt APPRAISALS
e of. meat when you, go shopping? Saturday evening, April 8. The April 30, David Schaeffer!" and FLORIST I Sinclair Kerosene, and Fuel Oils Keystone Heights, Phone 4297
Do know the best ways to dance will be held at the Keystone
you John Allen. it', Edna Williams I .Meter Service.
Public Beach Pavilion. Admissionwill ; I 'RESTAURANT
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cook the various cuts? If not. you DRJVErJN
PHONE : serving Tuesday morning i: : JfURSERY Melrose Phone: OR 55421HVnHMBHm
Boys FLORIST
will be interested in: ,attending the be $2.50 per couple, and, $1.50. H V M H MWMMILLWORK
o. Masses will be: April 4, Lee Button FLOWERSFor
Meat Information School to be stag. I 1 White Top Driv -
April 11, David Schaeffer; Occasions .. I .
WO 4-3101 Covered Dish Sapper : fill
at the .
held on Tuesday April 4. I "A GO&D PLACE '
John Allen; and April Melrose Phone: GR 5.2331GASBOTTLED TO EAT"Lhnnera
I I I April 18.
Extension Auditorium in &c Clay: The regular monthly covered I .
25, George Allen. i!.r Keystone SaadwtcSea -
bounty courthouse annex in I dish supper will be held at St.: ,i .
I Green Cove Springs. i William's Hall on Monday evening ; Easter Sunday Mass wilt be at M'1= Iwo rk 'ShopCABINETSDOORS t Take Cold:Beer Oat -Sfcfes

Office and School Supplies, The public is invited: and theschool I.i April.,at 6 p. m. A:1i Dtn- XthA:regular time-8:30: a. m. 'KeystoneGas Co. I Open 11 a. m Orders-, 14ildnite

will be from 9:30: a. m un ;I hers of the parish are invited and 'Catholic Young People'will have 24 ,TtOTH t4EV1 VE ,Mh'pOWy9A31ESSCREENS Fbbientiad--y.
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BfWFOR TELEGRAPH ti13 p. m. The program *|11 in- I all they need bring is their favorite a hay ride on Saturday, April 8.I .PHONE 4351 Trim Materials I aWl 'em-We'll 'em
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I County ;elude identification. and grading; I, 'dish, and their family..There I from 7:30 till 10:30'p.ni. A!, teen- Franc ised Distributor; ', S4t.h lade.Jo Order ', 'i t Rt.;.21 f Between,!-Kyatoae Height

:meat buying: economy cuts and: lis never any charge for, |is al-5r iSfirs in the j>arish. are invited,I '. .,'SAF-4US, .'.. Keystone""Heights f &#deir se .

how to use them; meat storage; j Everyone comes ,and;has, a and each boy or girl is entitled, to ,0'-" -- .",. sb --,...
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THURSDAY. 1L 1RCII*'30, 1961 BRADFORD COUNTY. TELEGRAPH, sTAin. FLORIDA. __ MOE.. tLt1tA. .
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f..TTYY Y.TT.Y.YYYT.yy.1 I : ed ball-game and the I Ii in Bradford County, upon NOTICE TO DEFEND J Jacksonville J. Florida: and f.le.the
a lovely
vacation. .
1m Ilradford Cd.Dt.original in the u ti'e vf L. U
Cirrwlt Court
I j causes of action, suite, claims ,
I' Mrs. Sally Polvoy who has spent i beaches. THE RIGHT POINT for the counterclaims and demands accruing -r Flol'lda.la. CkAaeeriCase I..t I the Circuit: f'enrt "n 0111.->r b.>fM '. i!*
KEYSTONE I Xo. 12-988: X24 day of April 1941: 'wi-e :
I II l I Mrs. Howard Tucker went to to patients therein or
White Feather way you write. -Come in and select afd Col t.1ni'f abe
the winter at. Court I their legal representatives, and Jane M. Bauman, .Plaintiff, vs. allegation of
I left last Friday for New York. Orlando last Wednesday to visit your favorite ESTERBROOK. upon judgments, settlements and August A. Bauman Defendant. taken as confessed by )'-'.u.
g HIGHLIGHTSContinued, her sister anf: brother-in-law : Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH settlement agreements, on account NOTICE TO APPEAR This notice shall be ponce >Uh'sd
Brad- SERVICEMEN !>> A.' Bauman, whose each week for four consecutiveweeks !
Everett Fox. who enter?: of illness' or injuries of To: August
I Capt. and Mrs. L. J. Bieole. Mr. and address: Unknown.You in the Bradford County Tee-?
i &AiAA & A ford County Hospital on March 21 i i I IC such patients, for all reasonable residence:
I II Tucker came down on Saturday charges for- hospital.care, treat are hereby notified that k graph. w
for tests expected home the Dated this 22 day of March, 1961.
( from Preceding Page) was and.the two of them drove hometo ment and maibteaanr-e necessitated suit for divorce has been filed a-
I early part of this week. :. B. Kelley, gunner's mate.2-c. j NOTICK OF LEGISLATION b); such illness or injuries; gainst you In .the above named I (SEAL) .*.
I Keystone on Sunday. USN, son of Mrs. Doris of W_WHOM IT MAY COXCERX providing for method of perfecting Court and .cause and you are required -j Charles!' A. Darby
ed the bodd's oldest son, John, a i of Kelley : such and
Dr. ani Mrs. Edward Kramer and enforcing Hens
Mr. and Mrs. Everett Fox "celebrated" I I Clerk of the Circuit Court.
I Notice is given of Intent
hereby of -
I answer
I( Brooker is serving aboard the radar of costs, attorney's fees to serve a copy your *
student to recovery
there. They planned |I Wilmington Del. were dinner i their 18th' Wedding Anniversary USS :'lion to apply to the 1561 Session of I and expenses, and where suits I! or pleading to the complaint i By Marian L. Crosby,

stay until Tuesday during which :I:guests of Mr. and Mrs. William I on Sunday. Everett. was picket destroyer WilliamR. of the, Florida Legislature for passage thereon may be maintained;, for on Plaintiffs Attorney Joseph K. I Deputy Clerk.
time they would attend the: An- Rush operating with the 6th an act bidding recovery of damages for 3-23 4t 4-13
Few and sons last Friday evening. |,. t ;
Building
j in the Bradford County Hospitaland j I An Art relating t" adford Connly hospital treatment andmaintenance Skipper 221 Florida Title. : .
Fleet in the Mediterre ean.' I care -
nual Spring Bible Conference, see '; ; treating the Bradford Covjityj
Mrs. Heath Goldsborough and Jean was busy painting the unless l claimant
the radio station France, Italy, Spain, and Turkeywill j j OenlOi>mE'ntlIth'rt1' : rovWnsr'I thereofexcept IIt
an and visit : therefor has paid costs
opera
Mrs. C. Rossi and Mrs. Rossi's house, assisted by Gail Dfckert \\r."r ItS w-mi"r"hln: authorising "
be visited during the :! ven- in Certain! : cases; providing -
there. .
and .Planetarium ,i I daughter from Severna Park, Md., both doing a fine job. month cruise.Freddie i Coujtof; Bradford and, Its Incorporate i for intervention by lienholder Sale/
I' )tlln.'l'th.' to <"*ntract'w" Truck
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Mr. and Mrs. Herman Partner'iwere I' weekend guests of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kyle spent 't'i th.lIt..._;'v; ures 'h'f'gr. theAuthority's ,i favor and of verdict. llenholder and judgment in certain In){ Spring .
and three children came\ from The several last week in and duties' Invalidate !
:Mrs. Daniel Pater and family. days Daytona D. Wilkinson ofMr. i powers .: cases; requiring claims for lien j
son 1
Fort to visit their friends.!i I'h..1I no th- ft'e and to recoded.an, fees for recording -| NEW & USED TRUCKS
Myers :Goldsboroughs and:! the Rossis Beach with friends from Syra- and Mrs. Bennett L. Wilkinson -, 'revenue antlMnatlnn <*'ftl-., bf that I' BEST DEAL ANYWHERE on
no release -
i :. providing
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. King of Lake I I were former neighbors of the cuse, N. Y. of Lawtey, recently graduatedfrom ;floater: prnrtd'nl! ; an effective date.;!I or satisfaction shall be

Geneva last weekend On Sunday,I I Paters who came to Keystone from Lt. and Mrs. Rand Ecielstein recruit training at the Great i. C.r'-,1.11"",''' :OS...1"....SI...,.....'.,..... Pre''''1TtCtrkn.Par1 Valid as against lien unless: lien- I SERVICE \
the fulfilled the purpose'of !i holder joins therein or executes SALES PARTS
Partners
N. .
!Severna Park. and infant son of Fort Bragg, Lakes Ill. Naval Training Center. ; n-1 r"I' '"' "/mbpr release; providing that accept I

their visit. They had their baby Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Petersonof C. will arrive Friday for a visit I 1"1 Commerce, Starke, Florida ance of release or satisfaction of
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Herman, Jr., christened at St. !' aLd Mrs. : It any cause 'of action suit claim
with Mr.
thenparents
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Pompano: Beach and Mrs. Fred'Sweitzer Luther D. clerk
Raley, postal counterclaim<< demand or judgment -
Mark's Episcopal Church in Ortega of Grosse Point, Mich. Sam Gardner, and Mr. and Mrs. 2-c, USN, son of Mr. and 'Mrs.: j j ,'n"' "" ..."..., ..........1."",'n" I i I and any settlement! in absence COLDS AND
Jacksonville. Mr. King was : WHOM IT Sf 'y. co."pny: of release or satisfaction ROBERTS
Jr. TO OBILE
arrived last Tuesday to visit Mr Bert Christoffers Daniel L. Raley, Route 1, Starke is ; :,, I
] Vft '* Ic V\-- '''' wl ""} r\t In .nt- I of lien shall prima facie constitute !-
the god-father. Mrs. Kin? is the and Mrs. Leo LeBlanc of Keystone serving at the Naval Amphibious ..... '.-(........... t... ...... f1l4' "....,.... 01 Impairment of such lien,

god-mother to the Partner's other Club Estates. The Peters l1S returned St. Wlttatn't' Catholic Chapel. School 'in Coronado Calif. the.Florida Lesis'ature. for pa!:".'r" and giving U lienhoider. ht of Green Cove Springs Ph. 3033
r The Keystone,. :* .n n.t Mgenliggh.pt r 25'2K. I action at law. for damages on
: Kings
child both girls. Beifhte
:en, !
1 home on the weekend, and: '''4'' *nfl ,..*>.,f account of such impairment and
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and the Partners are lifelong Mrs. Swetizer stayed until today,' Sunday Mass at 8:30 a. m. Pfc Earl J, Godwin, son of Mr.t;! Florida, ir-ofor....q... they may- relate providing for recovery from one

friends. Thursday, when she will return to Hnlvday Mast at 7:00: a. a. and. Mrs. M. L. Godwin of Starke, I''0,.p..t.-.,_,... .... nr,4..ry. I accepting making release settlement or satisfactionor exempting I "

Several groups of people from Grosse Point. Tuesday Mass at 8:00: .* m recently participated in the annual g-ehnrlea A. n rbr, Clerk. froiu provisions of this act mat- : .
t Lake- Confessions before an Masses I r-d."",1 *''fti n' rt j' *w ten within purview of workmen's -!I
White Feather Court and Sth U. S. Army winter field train-
| Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Walrath I Commissioners, Starke Florida 'compensation. act of this
side Cottages in Keystone Heights III and small son left Sunday for Baptisms, marriaaea and Instructions ing maneuvers at the Grafenwohr- It state. '

enjoyed a beach party at St. by appointment. Hohenfels training. area in Germany s-R E. Edmondson, Administrator
.. j,Alaska to make their home. ,"o.rv nw' L1'rrcLtTlm Bradford.County Hospital
Augustine on Friday, March 24.I Frank an architect by profession i Godwin has been overseas fl or" WUO" Tor M 'v CO'rIlX: P. O. Box 1071
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Among those attending were Mr. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH since last September and is a XIt1ep i 1. hpreh"h'p" of Intent- Starke; Florida
firm in Juneau
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with
has an job a I .
'f of It ..
l --" t" niilv to the 101 "" >n
KEYSTONE
and Mrs. Paul Harvey and daughter I HEIGHTS driver in I
Headquarters;
also have a home to Companyof Florida? I, sc'o' 'ure.'or nassas"
t and they the :: -
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Mrs. Louise Stuhre o, Medford they arrive. I J. R. Smith pastor, Ralph the. 4th Armored Division's 54-t"t ?"n act anthnhi ff t11e* hoard 6* NOTICE ( j
!move into as soon as : OF INTESTIOX: TO
Mass.; Mr- and Mr. James Copeland. Minister of Music and th Infantry at Heilbronn, Germany -npptc'iminiQ.innerq.' of Bradford'n REGISTER FICTITIOUS AAMENotice NATURAL .
W. Harden- 'n*<" to n".cta""e lease and to _
and Mrs. N.
Mr.
church organist is hereby given that the .
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Mass. .
A. Graham of Springfield. ; -nntr."*' for n'T-hnsft or IP1aP of ;; ... ,>
the weekend in Mi- undersigned under the provisionsof !
Miss Edith G, Holmes and: Miss bcrgh spent Services: Sunday School 0:45: '.iqt-rlpl., rqon,1 nrobertyi: proo -
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Chapter 20,953 Laws of Florida
ami Beach where' Mr. Harden- 1-",'" n.. i.nde. n"Mrod. .for' sale ftthv
Esther L. Miles of Cambridge, a. Morning Worship, 10:50: a. Pvt. Michael Reddish son of St'tand Acts of 1941. will register with the
tIii1nited
: bergh attended: the Florida Bank- m. Training Union. 6:30 lea. .."e | .. ,. I Clerk of. the Circuit Court in and Dependable EconomicalPHONE
m.
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Mass.; Mrs. Edna Erickon of p. Sheriff and Mrs. P. D. Reddish t) r*>i ftep to -'l o' i"t su h mll- for Bradford of --
County upon
proof
Santa Bail: ara, Calif.; Mrs. Alma i 'rs' Convention. While they were Evening services 7:30 p. m. was recently airlifted with the ,ter'p'. n"r ona1 nrctwrty.projects publication of this notice the fictitious
Cook stayed with "t'd lands so acquired by said. countv. 4.211CITY
Frost of Keystone Heights; and i gone Mrs. Mary 82nd Airborne Division's 503rd name of WELLS ELECTRICSERVICE WO 4-1301 NIGHT WO

Drcisel of { the Hardenbrgh girls Dee Dee COM3IUNITT CHURCH to Panama where he 'rere'' "a::. 111:1.! under which I am 'engaged ,
Robert F. Infantry ,
Mr. and Mrs. in business at 744' N. Thompson OF STARKE GAS UTILITIES DEPT.
Lawrence, Mass. i I and Dottie, as a companion. KEYSTONE HEIGHTSDr. took part In a paratroop drop ex- (Bradford(:"h"rta Poird'. 1)i.hf9rk of Con"tr St. Starke. Fla. ., -- .

I Mr. and Mrs Ed Conneen and A. C. Holt, Minister ercise, simulating defense of the Commissioners, Starke, Florida M.C. Wells. 742 N. Thompson
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Pamsdellof It Street, Starke, Florida aole owner: .. .
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Arlington. Va. are staying: at :son, Peter, spent the weekend in Mrs J. L. Hetherinjton Canal Zone. Reddish is regularly Dated this 24th day of Man-h A.
D. 1961 at Starke. Bradford Coun-
Organist and Choir Director.
assigned to the infantry's headquarters \OTtrp. OF LrGIcL.lTifiv';
White Feather Court for short St. Petersburg, where they enjoy- ty, Florida.
a Sunday School 9:30 1'0'WHO TT MAY COXCEKX:
Morning
: a. m. -
company at Fort Bragg, 3-30:: 4t 4-20:
entice li h-rebv of intent-
given
I Worship, 11:00: a. m N C. He is a 1960 graduate of''Inn I" ?nnljto! the 1961 '$t''sIQtof: NOTICE OF LEGISLATION NOW o.PEN i
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the Florida 1R'I"ll.turt\
BHS. paiuaveof :
TO WHOM IT MAT CONCERN;
ST. ANNE'S EPISCOPAL an set rPDP Hnsr chanter 17437.I
I Notice is ht'rebJtln n of intentionto
i NOTICEEffective I4'> t'TftJS
: !
> center : 1935. chapter '
apply to the 1961 Session of the ,
CHURCH KEYSTONE
Milton Mosier, Jr., gunner's ; "13Q1; 949. chllnf i"5! -fifl7.:! chanteril4a92 Florida Legislature for passage of
j caner'54-575; chanter :3007Q.j .
April 1, 1961 the following rates will applyto Sundays 9:30: a. m.. Church mate seaman, USN, is serving j 1."":). c>",nter :3::9''50. 1SS3.! :; chanter; an In and act creating f aboard the radar picket destroyer i "a sn? 1953.: chonter 57-1087. chapter FOR INSPECtiON !
School. Morning Uiall
9:30: a. m., succeed to the powers and j I "
subscriptions to the Bradford County Telegraph USS 57-RSS, chanter 59-! 7. chapter
Hawkins
operating with the duties of the sraH claims -cuurt
and S
Prayer rmon tlst Sunday, I :":/1016. 1955. chanter 57-1008" chapter I
outside of Bradford County and trade area: Communion 6th Fleet in the Mediterranean. ,ifOil'7, chapter K7-50. chapter! 57- now functioning In said county by
Holy ]" 6 p Jn. ;Episcopal .. .. ... Virtue' of Chapter 27257. Laws of
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l TI'- r7. chanter 57-
Mosier is the son of Mrs Anna
1951
Young Churchmen. Florida : as amended by Chapter -:
One Year Six Months Three Months Euddarth of 502 S. Epperson St., I chapter" *i 30017..., ?1955.. chanter 111'':: 306 ,"?. 57-90, Laws of Florida; pro. "
Holy Days 7:30: a. m-, Holy. oHo t.er OI)?; 3. chapter vfdlng for a judge for such court The Beautiful New
I Starke. """'n r toga. rhAn57601.. chapter 1,i Spacious
Communion. and fixing his compensation and ,
$3.50. $2.00 $1.25 j t"e. "7. c''pi>t..r' J8SS'. 1Q'i:!. Chapter duties: providing for a clerk for '
: Third Wednesday Parish A \ .4 1J=;5_ ..h9"1' 2630:: :\, lUI! and' said and his
fixing ,
Pvt. Robin D. Coley, son of Mrs ..'nw'711*. 19t Vn. of Fn' ,"ia'J., court powersrind
increase in "out of area" subscription rates is Covered Dish Supper, 6 or 6:30P. : inM I dutiep; providing for jurls- i
I This m. Ethel Coley of Starke, recently.: !*a" or 8 they may relate to Brad' dlotion of said court and for a gradiuated CHESTNUT HILL
in rates and other mail- fp.l 'unfv. scale of filing\ fees; 'providing
due largely to increases postal participated in a six-week field
in'i.< I
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The Rev. Millard H. Breyfogle, .. for jury trials; prescribing the
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I training exercise in Grafenwohr, c. h..1- \. Pnrhv. CJ)Arkro..fI'J
ing costs in recent years. Vicar. pleadings, practice, notice of suit, I '
Germany. Coley is assigned to the Ttnord of C"U"h' and service thereof in proceedings 3 BEDROOM I. E. H. HOME
There will be no increase at this time in rates\ to subscribers 2rd Armored Division's 52nd Infantry Commisstbnerp! Starke, Florida ItX01'f I had hereunder; providing that the ,I
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j sheriff shall be the. executive officer
in Bradford County, or Keystone Heights, Melrose In Friedbeng, Gertnanry, 1 I of said court; providing for appellate -,I

Lake Geneva Lake Butler, Raiford, or flax,;ille.ii" MELROSE and has been overseas since.last ('.: OK LEGISLATION'TO t|I Laws review of Flordia; repealing 1951: Chapter, and Chapter 27257, I \

December. i 57-909 Laws of Florida; providingan \ 8 ATTRACTIVE MODELSPRICES
CONCERN
WHOM ITy : I effective date. I
atwViI .y.y.yyyy.yyyyyy. Notice- hereby given of intention March 23, 1961.
Bradford i Pfc. Charles R. Noegel, Son of to apply to the 1961 Session of the I, S-Theron A. Yawn, County Judge
ii" County Telegraph [Continued From Preceding, Page Mr. and Sirs. Joe. Noege of Florida Legislature for passage fan I Starke, Florida
act ,_ .- ,- ,. U
Miss Bessie Rutherford and Mrs. Starke, recently completed' four An Act relating to Bradford Coun 4flOO
Mary Pearsall. weeks of intensive advanced,combat ty; authorizing the Poard of Trus- PER
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training at the )Marine tees of Bradford County Hospital -
Corps
School News Corporation to. enter into agreements -
t The monthly meeting of the Base, Camp Lejeune, N. C. for'Group Insurance upon appro.al m.THu.r! FROM MONTHi I
Producers! I of employees; providing
i Attention Livestock PTA will be Monday night, April i Louis F. Hernandez, son of Mr. authority to implement ouch agree- ;
,,3, at 8 p. m. in the auditorium. ments and contribute to premiums:
and Sirs. Clarence Howe of 833 providing an effl'ctl'tdate.. 1q.
t If you have hogs or -- I Members of the FHA will be on Cypress St., was recently promo- s-R. E. EdmoDd Administrator. Li

t cattle to sell now or in 1- hand for baby-sitting fee ofi'! ted to specialist in Germany i Bradford'. O. Box County 1071 Hospital i Any Of These Beautiful New Homes

the future please contact charge in the Home EC., b'lilding., :: where he is an operating room Starke, Florida

of the, buyers I The Beta Club, and' sponsor, j:i specialist at the 2nd Evacuation It I i Built On Your Lot With

t, one :. will hold a dahce April 1 at 7:30 :4[:Hospital in Bad Kreuznach. A I
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at 'Copeland Sausage NOTICE OF LI'.GISLATIOV
Iii. in the Parish House. The
p. | graduate of Barker, N. Y. high i!
I WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Company and give J them w&j a I dress will be informal and admission I school, Hernandez attended the Notice TO is hereby given of Intention YOU car.walk in style and Comfort iePPSHOES

an opportunity to buy & ti. ', J will be.35 cents drag and 50 University of Florida and was stationed Florida to apply Legislature to the. I'jfil for':;;esslon passage.of the of NO DOWN PAYMENT

your: lid estock. i cents stag. A WDVH disc pockey at Fort Bragg, N. C be-, an. act I I fffjf MEN AN/)WOMB/ i i

will be on hand for entertainment.An fore going overseas last Septem- relating to Bradford County; with velvety-soft, cushioned in* I I
'' COPELAND OFFERS YOU Easter theme will be carriedout. providing for liens. in fav- nersoles and buoyant to the i f
ber. I or of operators ,6t hospitals I support SEE IT NOW !
4 BIG ADVANTAGES! The proceeds will go for helping I I' 1 arches...For substantial savings and
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ON OUR PARKING LOT
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Expert Factory Fitting F Service consult ?,
members of Beta Clui:: attend : t

1. Cash market every day. the convention. T--R KE'M --T-- OROl'IH I- I :f YOUR.LOCAL SHOE COUNSELLORS, 1

The cheerleaders for next year's s-- .
2. No commission. sports season have been chosen by J. C. FAULKP. Bradford Building Supply \i

the faculty. They include. Oleda
3. Special consideration given to meat Bowen, Carol Hurst, Paulette AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION 0. Box 767 .

type hogs Tyre, Bessie Ridenour, Margaret SPECIALISTSCan Phone 969.1691 301 E. Call St. WO 4-5291

4. Can furnish hauling for sufficient ,Slade. Elaine Samson, and the I i L Starke, FIa.I . ,

j only new member Marian Bass. Save You $ $ $ On. Repairs I, : j ,; ., ,

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Presbyterian .
CALL COLLECT HO -3011S Church Melrow

services-Churcn School, 636 Temple Ave.
Sunday 1
CLAUDE PHILLIPS a THERON HUDSON i ,
9'45 a.m. Morning; Worship 11 YOU
S PRESTON POLKCopeland Johnson GardnerTke .r / .
a m. Rev. James R. Neale_ Jr., pas-! .' } i, ; !
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SAUSAGE COMPANY ALACHUA, FLORIDA i Sunday. 9:45: a. m., Church'I ; New ScripfoBushiess ,." ,
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L ...... School for ages. a. 1"0't :,_ ,
I --.- Morning Worship. 6:39: p.-m.: .
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Youth Fellowship. Line,Ball; Pens i : : ;:. : : .

Wednesday, 7:30:: p. m.. Bible R'L' : : II'r.

and Prayer Meeting I '
j Study, 1 n' f AL

4 Rev. Ted Springer. Pastoi. and Refills BM ,
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Young Churchmen. ''I : "
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The Rev. Millard H.' Breyfogle k -' .'?
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with Sunday School at 10 a. m. the. Stricklands Rev. W. D Jones Crosby and Mrs. Annie Kelly and!I Mrs.J.. E. Adkins in Hampton
OF INTEREST TO COLORED
NEWS Supt. John Oiggs. Jr. in charge; and Frankie Wellhausen. True granddaughter Susan visited I Monday.

CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYBy 11 a- morning worship; 7 p. m. I Frankie has to use one cane and Sunday with Mrs. Reddteh's and Dont forget church services; :

evening worship with the pastor or one crutch but he got there just Mrs. Crosby's nephew and niece j Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning

Ozora Shell his appointee in charge. The the same. Too 'bad some of us Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Beach of I Worship, 11 a.,111- Training Union

Easter program will be held at '3 with two good legs don't do as Jacksonville. I 7 p. m. Revival starting April 17.
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t p .m. Sunday School officials!: in well.Our Everybody welcome.

Red| Cross Drive laws to govern regular attendance charge. Mrs. Evelyn S. Johnson i pastor and others have TTTTTTTVTTTTTVVTVVTTTVMGRAHAM

"Good things happen when you I were discussed and enscdbed in secretary. ; Glennis Solomon, re- I CA. asked: us to write the hhtory of CARD OF THANKS

&$9f" Good things have been the minutes. Each member is ask- porter. 'thewings the Highland Baptist Church. This 1
Wherein Spring arrives 'on first bright day. I love to do that May we take this method of
happening through Red Cross for ed to cooperate with your presenceat Bethlehem Freewill Baptist of the west wind; I think and no doubt those who read my will not be printed in the papers and

over three-quarters of a century. meetngs. moral and financial Church Rev. L. McKay pastor of the dogwood now In bloom In column in past years know howI unless the editors ask for it, but Mrs John McKinneyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA I thanking our neighbors

' 'tits Is a fact that is well Known support Mrs. Green proprietor of will hold regular service on Sun- places, and all the sign of happy play the two records for the old all who wish a copy of this history I I I friends for their kind expressionsof

by}''many Americans. Al o well the Try-Me Cafe is allowing the day starting with Sunday Schoolat days to come. phonograph up there. "Whoopee! just drop us a line saying to, and sympathy in our bereavement.

known is the fact that goodtllngs club to sell various foods In frontof the usual hour. The pastor; officers ; 1 look for my potato eyes to we will see what we can dc aboutit. Mr. and Mrs. Edd White and These expressions have beet deeply -

happen through Red Cross her business in the in'erest of and members wish to thank I miss you when the dogwood come in the mail now most any Remember the address: Mrs. Leonard Peterson all of Sarasota Mrs.. W. G. String-
to Americans at home and abroad. the club program. All membersare all persons churches and com- blooms.In day. Next week brings Good Friday J. L. Strickland. Maxville Fla. were weekend guests of Mrs. Lela appreciated.
Please help when we come to asked to come out and makea munity groups that helped make spite of all I tell myself, and then Easter. I always Willis. fellow and daughters and Mrs. Joe

your homes. Each Church and social purchase and bring; some our rally a success last Sunday.We I reach to touch the fragile have loved Easter the day our TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTHEILBRONN Visitors at the home of Mr. Wilson.
friends. Mrs. Audrey Mae Gibson raised $239.09 on Sunday beauty of the !blossoms, white
organization will be called Lord arose, and gave us promiseof and Mrs. John McKinney during
upon to make a contribution. president: Dea. James Carlwell, March 26. Your are invited. to attend Reminders of the time I loved! a life after death. Easter 1946; the weekend included Mr. and

Principals C. C. Anderson, Eddie financial secretary: Miss Addie our church services tiirough- so much. the last Easter in Florida. I spent Mrs. Fonzo Prevail of Starke. Mr. In Tonatr .r.dJe's Court IB .la'
Leggett reporter. out the week and Suitfay.The following We played among their fragrance Fur Bradford.Countf. Florida.In .
Thompkins and Mrs. M. J. Whiteare with Senator Charley Johns and By Mrs. Harvey McCarthyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA and Mrs. Johnny Willis of Jacksonville re: Estate of George A. Hibba,
a part of the steering com- Fiesta Club is a schedule of activities: you and I his dear ,wife Ted. Markleyannwas Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Mc- I deceased.

mittee for this fund drive. Our The Fiesta Club is open 'or new Mon. 7:30: p. m., Faithful Few And know that heaven was in a darling little girl. Kenney and children and Mr. and I NOTICE creditors TO CREDITORSAll of the estate of

Quota is $200 let's make .- members. Usually couples are pre- Club: Tues. 7:30 p. m., Choir every hour. 'Bye for now have a happy Howdy Neighbors and a very Mrs. V. L. McKinney and children George A. Hibbs. deceased are here-
Staff reporter. ferred. The deadline is April 15. practice; Wed., Prayer meeting; When dogwood bloomed the Easter and-* pleasant Easter weekend is ex- all of Gainesville. Mrs. Liz- by notified and required to file have any

Four Hundred Social Club All interested persons may con- Thurs., Home Mission Meeting; springtime ., God Bless you every one tended to you and your fmilly.Don't : zie Wynn of Daytona Beach Mr. claims against or said demands estate which In the they office of

The club met at the usual time tact any member or President Fri., Prayer Band; Sat., 1 Can Touched the sky a happiness MOTHER LAURA and Mrs. E. B. McKinney. and the county Judge of Bradford County
Circle meeting. Mary McBride enchanted by a flower. forget the Easter egg Florida in the courthouse at
and place with most of the mem- Clarence DeSue or vicepresidentJerry hunt at Heilbronn Church Satur- Mrs. Alice Kite all of Starke Starke Florida -within! eight calendar
Their loveliness
bers present. The opening service Clark. The record hop was reporter.Mt. can bring. you YYYYYyYyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyCLAY Mrs. Louise Hagan and Bill Un- months from the date of the
Moriah Methodist Church back to me day afternoon at 5:30: p. m. It first EUblicatlon! of this notice. Each
successful. Mrs. Pernella Cummings -
was conducted by the vice-presi- derwood of Hampton Lake. claim demand must' be In writing
will be followed by and or
Tho and to supper
held belong
Rev. L. H. McClendon pastor years you
reporter. and state the place orresidence
HILLBy must
dent, prayer by Deacon CarlswelL: another singing. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Vice are
CHURCH NEWS regular pastoral services on Sun- day. and post-office address of
Ways and means for the club to Tho it visiting relatives in Orlando this the claimant and must be sworn to
day starting'with Sunday Schoolat was so very long agoI Come and hear Rev. L. A. Mc-
function properly and effectivelywere New Hope Baptist Churrh. Rev. Mrs. J. L. StricklandAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA by the claimant, his agent, or his
10 a. m. Supt Robert Dell in think of you whenever dog-' Gee Sunday as he delivers his week. attorney, or It will become Told according -
discussed by members. By- L. W. Mosley pastor will hold re-
charge: 11 a. m., an inspiring wood grow. Easter message; that will be an Robert Cain of Gainesville viSit- February to law.%7. JS61.
delivered by Rev. -Mildred Fielder inspiration to all. Join in the
message was. Murul L. Hart
That's Our Business Mrs. Essie Holland: 6:30 p. m., an The above poem is rightly I.I Well our Homecoming services congregational singing led by ed his mother, Mrs. Emma Cain Executrix of the will of GeorgeA
GLASS
named "Nostalgia." One thing' at Highland Church last Sunday D. R. with last weekend. Hibbs deceased
inspiring Palm Sunday messagewas chorister Redding
"If It's Glass We Have It" First March 9, 1961.
were publication on
a great success-the
delivered by the pastor. Mrs. about growing older: we have largest Mrs. Rex Brookins at the piano. John McKinney and hi.: sister, 3., 4t 330
CALL WRITE or VISIT memories. They bring tearsto congregation we have seen for an
M. E. Roberts expressed her ap- may Wednesday evening following .
occasion of this kind at this
preciation to all members and the eyes these things of long regular prayer meeting will be
Joe Peters Glass Co friends for helping make the rallya ago but they give life a sweetnessFor church. Visitors were present from time for church conference. Attend Fire Liability Life

success. A total of $390.72' was after all we have lived and Tampa Jacksonville Lawtey these mid-week prayer ser-

FOR ANY GLASS NEED raised. On Easter Sunday the year after year watched the dogwood Starke Middleburg and many vices and enjoy the Bible study Constant Service

We Design Modern Store Fronts program will be presented by the bloom. I remember as a other places. The special guests and the discussion thereof.
child the beauty of the redbud included at least eight visiting
Just Mail Us A Pattern for Sunday School at 5 p. m. Sis. An-
Happy birthday is extended to
All and dogwood in Indiana. I knowit preachers, and several associational Over fill Years
nie Jane Dell in charge. par-
Table Tops officers. little Susan Kelly daughter of
will be the hillsides
blooming on
friends "
ents and community are,
Warren [Scobie and
1313 N. W. 4th PI. Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR 2-4353, invited to attend. She has been ot southern Indiana altho I shall Rev. Jim Conway preached a grand-daughter ]of Mrs.Kelly Annie
and see it ony in my remembering.Like wonderful sermon Sunday morning -
., .. assisted by Cornelius the Hunter Sunday the wildflowers I rememberat was ordained to the ministryin Kelly, who celebrated her third H. C. WALL\
- other officials of ,
birthday Friday. Susan is of West
Clay Hill. The violets are most the Highland Church [the old
Trustees will hold regular
School. $
lives. building hi 1921, and called Palm Beach and is presently visit-
sUn- everywhere one It is only pastor -
SATURDAY MORNINGAPR. church service at 11 a. m.
day. Remember all our sick and people who grow old and are no the Highland Church his first ing her grandmother. AGENCY

shut-in members that include: longer with us. They do not appEar pastorate that same year. Visiting with Mr. and Mrs.
again with the Spring onlyin This was a real homecoming for Ernie Johns and son Warren dur-
Singleton Mack Cole-
Bros. Steve
Q dreams. Hence the beauty of several who were present includ- ing the weekend were their children -
and
110:001st man; Sisters Louise Graham
Julia DeSue.Harry'YoUag., Lay- being able to recall past times ing Jim Strickland who organizedthe all of Jacksonville. Mr. and

leader, reporting. and places and flowers. I know Highland Church about 52 Mrs. Clifford Johns and daughter Support

New Bethel Baptist Church that some day these days here years ago, after preaching in Jerry were Friday overnight guests
with my good Don will be only Norman's strawberry shelter for and Mr. and Mrs. Morris Johns
held
Rev. A. B. Vinson pastor
regular services on Sunday start- memories. Just as' my Digger is about a year. Later the Baptists I and family were Saturday over- PRIVATE ENTERPRISEThe
SHOWWILL : 10 now a sweet memory. Let us en- held services in the old school night guests and Mrs. Lois Benson
ing with Sunday School at a.
m. Supt. Milton Ellerson in joy each day and be kind in it, house until they could build a and son visited Sunday. Also
For all soon it may be too late. church. Three of the charter visiting Saturday were Mr. and
The family of the late
charge. Which Made Our
Pauline Marshall wishes to thankall Do any of you sing as you members were present Sunday: Mrs. Charles Dubose of Mac- Principle ,
BE : iron.? Ha! I. ,sing and I always Jim Strickland Sini Prescott'and clenny.
the good people of this com Great!
sing "Wait Till The Sun Country
Shines
her sister,- Hattie Darnly. to
munity for sharing with us our. Regret report that Gail Cow-
Nellie" and think of my eldest. 'A song service was held after
"FIGHTER ATTACK" burdens during our bereavement.: art daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
brother as he used to sing it dinner until time for the dedication
Thanks for the flowers Floyd Cowart who has recoveredfrom \
many '
given while she could still smell when I was a little girl. It bringsthe service at 2:30: conducted by the measles was accidently WHEN YOU THINK OF GAS
tears but I I
AT THE am harrov. sine
C. P. Barry.
after she passed. I burned on the shoulder by hot
them and those
I Just As I Am" and recall: the .
Thanks for the cards, letters, telegrams Ernie'Padgett isn't impnning as coffee. Tuesday mornng of this
I day I was baptized in the, cool Think
food, soft drinks and other hoped-and will enter the veterans week. We wish her a speedy recovery -
clear t water t of a stream in Indi
:
FLORIDA THEATRE expressions. Special'thanks to Dr. I ana. My father stood with uncov- hospital Monday. SLADE GASYour

Ritctf for his faithfulness, and untiring -i ered head and offered a prayer I Mrs. W. H. Norman of Jackson- House guest of Mr. and Mrs. D. of

services$ during her illness I I that Sunday August morning in ville visited her sister Debbie L. Kite this week is Mr. Kite's

These FREE Shows Are Sponsored By to the last hour and'final) breathhe Phillips over the weekend but brother. Melvin Kite of Daytona Business is Appreciated

The Merchants did'all that was in his power : 1915.Well, the telephone rang and I was too weak to attend the all- Beach.Mr. .

Following : but it was the Lord's will to call stopped to answer. It was for an day Homecoming. and Mrs. Bill Reddish and

Terwlllegar Motors Andrews Drugs"WinnDixie her from labor to reward. May he ambulance: to come to a place out Nellie Osteen and Hattie Mathisof 1

200 W. Madison St. Shopping Center" continue to bless all of you is our in the country where they are Tampa visited their sister, Mrs.

<.(VO 44381 WO 4-2511 prayer. The' Royal, Jenkins, and tearing down a schoolhouse. Some Lula Norman of Lawtey. Lula remembers -

Marshall families. Sunday School of the big timbers fell on Mr.. Abbott when Jim Strickland

loch Drug Store Local Finance Company. will be ,held Sunday and the so now Don is gone and I preached in her father's strawberry -

161 E. Call St. 116 N. Walnut St. Easter program will be presented pray he is not hurt badly., Our ,shelter "out in the field." before -

WQ 44101Ienmark WO 4-0101 or 4.0111 : during the afternoon. The time doctor is on vacation. he was even ordained to the "
THE M.D. STAND THAT REWIOOS ME.-MY MOM MONEY DOWN AT 1
will be announced during the HELPFUL
HINTS Give colorto
: ministry. He baptized these sistersa
Furniture Co. North Florida Supply FOR ? ALWAYS SAYS "FOLKS CAN SAVE
4J4 W. Call !t. 234 N. Temple Ave. final practices this week.-B.
'0 4-4321 WO 4-211S Marshall Sr. reporter. slice in beet juice or leftover Buddy Wilkinson's sisttr, Mrs. MONEY DOWN? r Ga

j Allen Chapel A. M. E. Church pickle juice before adding to Kate Bowen and his uncl('. Baily 7 r 3ll MeatMartefrWHAT'S

I Starke Builders Supplies InC, Underbill Drive-In Restaurant Rev.'x;. A. Sampson will observe salad. Make a shoe shine kit from Lang, both of Jacksonvill spent

215 E. Washington St. 367 X. Temple AVe. pastoral day starting with Sunday an old lunch' box (The domed lid Saturday with the Wilkinsons and

\VO 440t"Jimmy WO 4-1531 school at 10 a. m. Miss Fannie kind). A plastic drinking cup other relatives at Clay Hill. a, a

Bell Frazier in charge: 5 a. m. makes a good biscuit or cookie
A' good of members
Uoore'i Sun Sports Fred's Marine Center N Sunrise services; 11 a. m. morn- cutter. portion our ..
must have stayed home from Sun-
Its W. Madison St. 384 N. Temple Ave.WO ing worship and Love Feast; 3 p. DATE PUDDING cup'cut up day School to cook dinner for

WO 4-5791 4-8801 \ m. Easter program by the Sunday dates, 1 cup nut meats cut up Homecoming last Sunday. We just
School officials in charge; 6 p. fine 2 teaspoons flour 1-2 cup c ,..
Williams had ,48 present and the Junior S9
t Jewelry Ace Electric Service m. Holy Communion! All officers sugar, 1-4 tsp. salt 1 tsp. baking
142 W. Call St.WO girls put the Intermediate boys in
213 E. Call St.
and members are asked to come powder 4 eggs,. 1, teaspoon vanilla.
4-8311 WO 4-4921 out and make this Sunday Combine sugar, salt flour baking the shade again winning the ban-
a big
ner. The Clay Hill Sunday School BLUE PLATE MAYONNAISE PT. 3Se QT. 5ge
success. The public is cordially powder an beaten egg yolks. Beat
........ .I well and add dates, nuts and fla- did much better,.with 66 presentout
of 79 enrolled. ,
voring. Beat egg whites and fold -

STARKE BUSINESS! DIRECTORY! in until- last.- 'pan.a Pour-knife Bake in-inserted 30 well or greased 40 comes minutes baking out .-Among the visitors at Cay! Hill BLUE PLATE SALAD DRESSING PT. lie QT. Sic


dean. Serve with,whipped cream.

;.AUTO BODY SHOP AUTO RADIATOREd AUTO TIRES Makes, six servings.It FRESH IT FLA. HENS OR SMOKED


., Mack's Body' Shop I I Prevatt's Garage 'Starke Recap ,Co. not several i', t to.has,have days.. w.been sunshine it is cloudy unusual at! least here for partof for us FRYERS E S lb. 2ge PICNICS -'b' 3Se

RADUlTOR'SEft\ CE Pappy Roulston Owner Mgr. the day. Don is on the ambu- ;
BUOY & FENDER REPAIRS New Cores-Rodding-Flushing Recapping for pan & Trucks' lance call to Sioux, City.: Gabbyis
COLLISION SERVICE Crank Shaft Grinding ::NPr DAY SERVICE asleep. I have been thinking of FRESH PORK ALL

PaintingMatchingFREE Lawn Mower Motors RepairedSo. NEW TIRES AT SAVINGS the, Peace Corps that the new The fast, dean:

ESTIMATES Walnut WO 4-3861, WO 4-6584 AUTO-LITE BATTERIES President has ,started. I thinkit SHOULDER. 35 GREENS-bun h-1qe

2091 N. Temple Starke WO 9-2405 AUTO SERVICE 1SS N. Temple Starke WO 4-0221 will be wonderful and shoulddo ILk2ytopate..ELOOT \
'
lots of good.'Such a wonderful ARlIT'S
AUTOMATIC CHAIN SAWS DOlO
TRANSMISSION Dodd's Service & opportunity"toran ne who feels PORK WEBB'S LONG GRAIN

North Temple Amoco the missionary spirit. I would'' apply No mesvsever leak,
Auto Sales if I cfid not have this work dries -31k-
gums up or out.
AMOCO ,GAS & OIL lOIN ENDS wlb.39c RICE 39c
Tanner's Gulf Service GENERAL REPAIRING POULAN CHAIN SAWS laid before me. I have always .had Economics,too..J

GULF PRODUCTS I FIRESTONE the spirit to carry Democracy to 'peapoiai"tbpestsseeded .
Complete Automatic Tires-Batteries-Accessories Completely- New--COmpletely the other counties of the world uctly where it k

Transmissions,, 528 & Walnut WO 4-3861 Equipped and help them and teach. withoutwuto. SMOKED -

Service and RepairsFor Priced Just $149.95-Service& Designed: for the all Makes Farm So pass the wonderful days for : Absolutely -lb. SPARE lb.
on Bontodc.Over 5jO(0(>> 33
\ 3Sc RIBS
All Makes I must clean BACON
me. the attic the .
666, N. Temple Starke WO 42321Atrro Starke 66" Service 661 N. Temple Starke WO 4-9501 .\I refining.put! dot..Dries without iaseconds. ,

Bill Edwards, Prop. FARM SUPPLIES ...Rubs off
PARTS WE SPECIALIZE IN invited to all these services. Junior euiJ1.daub.r : .

BRAKE SERVICE, Brownlee & Chasteen Church every Mon. at 5 p- m: 1001 JOBk ALL BREAD 2 LOAVES for - 31c.

Starke Motor Wheel Balancing & Alignment SEEDS FEEDS!: FERTILIZERS!: Girl Scout meeting 3 p. D?., every oMADE EASY .
617 N. Temple Starke WO 4-8881 Insecticides Crates and _Plants Thurs. room 22. RJE. The troop is ,s',
Parts Co. Inc. '
"Your Friendly Farm Supply Sto open for: new members. All girls SuapbooksadPllobAJ.

Your Local : A Gilbert S. Brown "Your Friendly wishing to join are invited'to do iso. ,i cY.J- aila.hckJcIsMecitt
Wnppaf I Scbool Book
NAp
Jobber For A Standard Oil Service Station Farm Supply Store"Cor. .-E. J. Givens reporter.; Covers . Cor. Brownlee & Clark ATLAS 10th & Cherry Starke, 143 Thurston School Activities Z
.or.as Sunday April 9. during the
TIRES & BATTERIES
j
4-0811)
Phone WO 4-0801.
Budget Terms-Road Service WELDING-GARAGE afternon a Youth Program will, JPEQAl OFFER w : WE STOCK A COMPLETE LIKE OrtROCERIES

,.AUTO REPAIRS 407 N. Temple Starke WO 4-7071 Thomas be presented at Mt. Pisgah A. M. Paste Pen wittlBradford ,e
Welding E. Church May Day,.activities! -'will '

Earl's Garage J. B. Wright Shop & Garage be held on May 10. .starti "' t:4:; 'v vf -JJ.t'> ." FREE BeIiU.-. 'yEl1T

SINCLAIR SERVICE!: STATION Electric sad' Aeetyiiae W i&agRemington p. m. All parents and friends are *

ALL KINDS OF Complete Auto Service Ctota Saw' invited to Attend. The' Lincoln, : County

AUTO REPAIR WORK TlrtBattenedAcre rlta Sales& fierrke-Worlc Guaranteed High School :Band will play.. under, PRICES GOOD FROM THURSDAY THROUGH MONDAY NIGHT
direction
:
the ,of, Jerry WMna. + :'i '
All Work Guaranteed Electric Welding 116 W. BrevrBke WO WHIt TELEGRAPH
OPEN TO 9 P.M.
7 DAYS WEEK 7 A.M.
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