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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 6, 1961
Publication Date: 1888-
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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)-
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Bradford County Commissioners Supervisor of Registration MarianL. 1 gal Control, looking
on as Mrs. Attorney General Richard Ervin,
accorded consideration in
ascertaining brought them
on by dry fcrces in
received without comment Tuesday Crosiy on the validity of -I
signatures Crosby
separated the signatures has !
given an opinion thai if the if one-fourth of the the
qualified county. The Attorney General
a. q :. a petition calling for a wet- on the petition. If the required -f into three piles: 1. Valid registrants Supervisor is convinced it was the"inent" electors of the county had

dry referendum In the county. number pass inspection,I ; 2. Not valid; 3. Dcubtful- of the registrant to; peti- signed applications." has ruled that no names can bq

The petition reportedly carried the board will set a special elec- She will make her report: on the tion for the election, the use of If the petition stands, and the withdrawn from the petition:: after

the names of 84 more persons tion within 60 days from Ole timeIt I number in each category to the I initials, instead of given names I I election is held it will ie the it is presented to the County
than the 1,354 needed to meet received the petition. The law I Commission at the I
| special meeting I would not necessarily cause a 1 I first wet-dry referendum since Commission.
J.V requirements of law. requires that the election be advertised i Saturday and I
j "the hoard rakes it signature to be discarded. the county was first voted dry When and if the issue comes to
: The petition was presented, for a minimum of 30 i from there." If more than 84, Ervin
said
without days. : "If County Commissioners about 50 years ago. Several attempts a vote, those who vote "dry" will
incident by Mack S.Futch ,signatures are discarded the petition -
; attorney for the Bradford Checking the validity of peti- will be voided. determine that certain in the past to have a referendum -, vote Just that, but those who vote
i' ;, County Committee for Legal Con- "persons who signed application! for called have failed because for legalized
tion signatures started at J a. m.I Mrs. Crosby estimated that the local option election by initials I sale will have a

trol.The Thursday with Rev. J. H Mabry check could be made in one day and surnames are the same per- :' of petition trouble. In one choice: they may vote that whiskey -

Commission will hold a representing the Ministerial Alliance since the signatures were Delivered sons registered by Christian name instance, signers were allowed to' be sold in package stores

.r., .. .a special meeting at 10 a. m. Sat- and John Kopelousos, representing -i to her arranged in alphabetical and surname on registration withdraw their names in whole- only, or they may vote to also
--- urday to receive the report of the Committee for LelIatcherPron1otedi'order
by precincts.
books
such signatures could beJohns sale numbers after
I Attorney Futch and Chairman Prevatt pressure was include the sale by drink at bars.

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I BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPHOfficial \ -i Y From Commissioners Pleas Heard, State Attorney -





County Publication Established In 1879 I


-rOLL'ME EIGIITY-TWO -- STARKE. FLORIDA. THURSDAY APRIL, 6,1961 NUMBER FORTY-ONE' I j For Pay Boostsappliances. !\




I'' Board Told Budget Morgan's Talk I II Requests for pay increases that would add almost $4,000 to pay the $50 monthly Thomas increase: I

annually to county expenses were heard by the Bradford even though board members do

%With Commission legislative delegation at a hearing in the courthouse Satur- use their own money for such

I day morning. The second hearing was held to accommodate purposes."

'In Terrible officials who failed to get their requests to the Bradford Commissioner Jessie Chastain

Shape'Clerk Changes NothingLike legislators at the first scheduled hcarintr_ ....' on February 9.. told Senator Charley E. Johns
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County Commission Chairman of-county expense fund paid to Representative A. J. Thomas
Carl Prevatt, speaking for him- board members' at the rate of Jr. that board members use their
Charles A. Darby issued Doan's Bridge across Santa Fe r.N a broken record, the Brad- self and three other commissioners $11 per day and 10 cents a mile own money for driving around
his regular monthly austerity River, which enjoys the unique ;t ford County courthouse theme asked for a ''bill giving each while on official business beyond while transacting county business.

warning at the County Commission : position of being "half open" [on Bowling Alley 9yx'J b song "Space, Space. Who's Got member of the board an added county limits. I Board members are now paid a

meeting Tuesday, remindingthe the Bradford County side], and pfl -1 the Space?" was still stuck in the $50 per month for "expense Newly appointed board member : salary of $100 per month.

board it had only $19,000 left "half closed" [Alachua County i groove after a fruitless conferenceat money" to be used while on of- Jerome Johns said that he is the County Attorney T. Frank
in the Road and Bridge Fund to endl a committee was named to Going Up HereIn 1 1I 2 p. m. Tuesday between County ficial business in the county. This lone dissenting member, and feels Landrum said that due to Brad-

spend for gas, tires, maintenance meet with Alachua County Commissioners Commissioners and School Superintendent 'would be in addition to the out- "that the county is in no position ford's population increase, under
etc. during the remainder of the in an attempt to work I H. P. Morgan. state law each commission member -

fiscal year. This fund is currently out a solution to the stalemate. Near Future The conference ended on a "thisis is entitled to $150 a month.

budgeted at $125,000. Named to negotiate were: Com- where we came In note" as the Starke Council To Tangle He said the county might have

Asked by a reporter if the board missioners Johns and Green, and Commissioners retired to their up- to have a special act passed if it

could squeak by on that amount Road Foreman R. E. Jones. Contsruction is scheduled to stairs meeting room, and Morgan continues to pay the board mem-

for the next six months. Darby The bridge has remained unused I start within 30 days, on Bradford I continued to sit pat in his present With Low Budget MondayPictured bers any less.

replied, "Impossible." by traffic for many months Lanes, an ultra-modern 16-lane Li quarters still of a mind to leave Rep. Thomas said, after the

Asked how the board would due to a stalemate between the bowling center to be erected on the courthouse, but only when and Starke's City Council will: meAt taxes which he sa.fd'he Is opposedto I meeting, that he and Sen. Johns

meet the emergency, Darby said: two counties. Alachua's engineersays SR 100 immediately north of I I if the School Board has money to in special session Monday nightin suggested that the council -borrow would like to hear expressions of

"Probably by overexpendmg the the bridge is unsaf and Southside Elementary School, it build him new quarterswhich an effort to sketch its already money from a $40,000 revolving public sentiment before deciding

budget." I| needs rebuilding at a cost of was announced last' weekend by won't be anytime soon, he implied strained budget enough to pay account,the-ctty has with the whether to introduce legislation

The clerk had earlier told: the !: around; $3,000. to be' shared by Paul C. Armstrong and MarvinE. $20,000_ in bills now ,outstanding. FloridaBank, at Starke. The citymay ; providing for the commission's.

board that "the budget is in terrible : the counties. Bradford' Road I Wilhite, of Orange.Pa.r principals. To Colonel; Sole new gleam of light on the City Clerk' Merrill Edwards,told borrow up to.'$40,000 at onetime i I pay increase.

shape." i Foreman Jones maintains the horizon .waa.Morggn's iJik -warm the.councU.thAt there.Js not enough and, .paJ\tt.$1"'jif"15t: l Duncan A Hs Increase.
One of the items already overspent l bridge at. least the Bradford The 100 by 144 foot 'building I Heads Battalion agreement "consider", a suggestion I money hi the improvement monthly rate of $2,500. Other pay boosts requested at

: all county officials tra- I County half-is all right. Bradford I will cost an estimated $150,000; by the Commission that light plant, and general funds At present, the city owes just( the hearing were made by State

vel expenses for out-of-county I Commissioners think there's with an additional $250,000 going Lt. Cot Harry M. Hatcher Jr. he simply swap quarters with I combined ,to pay all outstanding $16,800. the clerk pointed out. If: Attorney T. E. Duncan of Gainesville -

business: amount budgeted, $500; a possibility that all of the need- into equipment and furnishings, was recently promoted from the County Judge T.,A. Yawn, who debts. He said the city has but the loan could be renewed, the. who sought Increases for

amount already spent In current ed repair work might be on the Armstrong said. An adjacent rank of major and assigned[ the everyone seems to agree, needs two choices-either stop spendingor $23,200 would be enough to allow himself and his two assistants.

fscal/year, $900. Alachua County half, and are reluctant parking lot will provide space for Commanding Officer ')f the 748 more room. But Morgan added,he I to ask 'the people for more payment of all outstanding bills, Duncan asked that his salary be
Sheriff P. D. Reddish vas told I' ] to pay $1,500 of the cost more than 100 cars. Ordnance Battalion on March 24.: would have to do a bit of figuring money. he said. raised from $12,500 to "some-

the board had no money to pay', l if such is the case. Armstrong and Wilhite, hope to CoL Hatcher served in the Euro- [Continued On Page Six] The clerk, In' lieu of additional Council Chairman J. D. Doyle where near" that of the circuit

for paving a parking area at the Crosby Lake Road II open the establishment sometimein pean and Asiatic-Pacific theatres ,.. ,. agreed with Edwards that the city judge who receives $16,000. Duncan's -
county jail. The sheriff has saidthat 1 ; Commissioner Johns reported I July. Work by the Orange Park during World War '1L 'He served -- -- would have to "just stop spend- present salary is paid

parking facilities at the jail I '']inability j to obtain borrow pit I II Land Company is expected to be 18 months in Germany and France .'" ing" until such time .that funds $10,500 from state funds and
are practically non-existent and I I, rights from Mrs. Hogan Smith for I I II near completion in June to per- as Motor Officer and Company ...'- ,could accumulate."After $2,000 by the six counties com-

that in wet weather, persons com- i
ing to or leaving the jail have to !j j from SR 100 to Crosby Lake, as i of bowling equipment, which Regiment which is now stationedin can't spend money you don cuit.
wade to their Earl will include automatic pinsettets, Duncan also requested that the
cars. 'I requested by property owners i Washington as Honor Guard for .. have.
That Pipe Issue Goodman and Leon Conner. Johns I Ii Tel-E-Fouls ball returns Tel-E- the President and the Washington, Ii Council Congratulated salary of his first assistant, Mack

The subject of county payingfor i [Continued On Page 21 Scores and fiberglass seating for D, C. area. During his stay in Charles Sawyer, manager of the Futch of Starke, be raised from
pipe culvert f to go under bowlers and spectators. Europe he participated in three .. Slade Gas Company, congratulated $0,500 to $9,000, and that of his

roads to private property was.. More Houses Other features of Bradford major campaigns in France and the council on its passage o? second assistant, Benmont Tench
broached by Mrs. E. L. Crawford, ;\ Lanes will be locker rooms. league Germany. During the Asrtic-Pa- an ordinance requiring inspection $7,500.of Gainesville, from $6,500 to

District Two Commissioner, who ) meeting room, snack shop, a pro- cific stay he participated in two of gas installations saying that
said: "Some are getting it and i shop, and a supervised playroomfor major campaign while serving as aa such a move was a "must." But, Duncan local bill said he would also likea
some aren't. She asked 'o: cbri- Going Up In youngsters. Platoon Leader and Tank Com Sawyer said, the present one does state passed to prohibit the
l ication of the board's policy so "The facilities of Bradford mander. not adequately cover undiluted attorney from private practice
of law,
everyone would be treated alike. Lanes will be designed to encour-'i Prior to entering the U. S. .t -' liquified petroleum gas, which his
Commissioner Jerome Johns Saratoga Heights age all area families to enjoy! Army in 1941, Col. Hatcher grad- company sells. Bradford County currently pays
said the budget wouldn't stand bowling together in a pleasant' uated from Robert E. Lee High Sawyer recommended that the 11 per cent of the Eighth District's -

buying pipe for private drives and and attractive atmosphere," saidF. School in Jacksonville, and Georgia council contribution to the state
that all such purchases should I Construction began this week on O. Armstrong, of Kingsley Military College Milledge- .'" u..__. ,_ '__'__ __._ .__._ _, _..,'_. ,._ dorsed: by adopt the National a pamphlet Board en-of attorneys salaries, based on a pro

cease. "It should be furnished for 11 more houses for Demetree Lake manager of Bradford l1 ville, Ga. He is a graduate of the above are the two top teams in the ''just-concluded bowl- Fire Underwriters, which he says rata share determined by popu-
Builders in Saratoga Heights. "We plan to pro- Fort Other I lation. If the new salary schedule
all or none, he declared. Lanes. Benning DCS School. ing tournament the has more stringent regulations
Starke
sponsored by Recreation .
Department.Tow
When completed, they will bring to bowlersof is approved, Bradford's share ofDuncan's
Chairman Carl Prevatt raised vide every convenience schools that he has graduatedfrom
the total to 82 units that have row (Blanding Tornadoes) 1-r: Ray Griffis, B. C. Holtzen- concerning the handling end care
salary will
increase
the question of what to do about all ages, the manager stated.He include: Armed Forces of than does the Southern ; from
the property owner who wants access been constructed by the Jacksonville said an announcement will I1 School for Tanks, Schofield Bar- dorf, Harold Epps (captain), Charles Schaefer, Hubert Hughes, Har- Standard gas Building Code, which $18 per month to $50 per month.Bradford's .

to his home, doesn't want to firm here in the last few be made soon concerning organization racks; Motor Officers Course, ry Hatcher. is contained in the city ordinance share of the increase

buy his own pipe, and fibs up a years. of.league activity.Strawberries Fort Benning. Oa.: Ordna ice Of Bottom row (Blanding Hurricanes) 1-r: Clarence Scoggins, Delano Sawyer also suggested that all 1''. for his two assistants would be

ditch ha order to get across. The new houses will all have ficers' Advanced Course, Ordnance Thomas, Townsend Strickland, Warren Ebling (captain), John Stephens companies publish all gas installations $30 per month. At present, the
three bedrooms two full baths School Aberdeen Grounds Clifton state pays all. of the two assist.
He was told it would be illegal Proving Grills Sidney Jackson. in a public place in the
for anyone. to interfere with the and eithV garages or car ports. Up In addition, Col. Hatcher serv- Not present: Team 1, George Winkler; Team 2, Robert Chapman. city for the benefit of both the ants' salaries.
They will sell within a range of ed nine months with the exten- Full Time Job
of road and
drainage a county Below are individual
tournament
winners ((1-1'): George Winkler, city and private concerns. He also
$11,500 to $14,500. sion of The Ordnance Duncan said that the state attorney's
Division
such cases should be reported
that
Townsend Strickland, Harold Davis, Glenn recommended a flat fee of $15 a
Wade.
D. A. Jones, not
for possible prosecution. Work started early this weekon In Price Volume School, Aberdeen Proving In photograph. year for permits to install gas'j office has become a full-
Commissioner Johns' motion clearing the lots and gradingstreets Grounds, as Technical Advisor and -- Permits at present cost time job, and that last year he
that the board not supply culvert for paving to de done by Technical Editor. He has also I grossed only $2,100 from private
$3 each must be obtained for
for private drives received a fay the builder. A contract for paving Bradford County strawberry served with the Research and De Bowling Titles I each individual arks: project. practice. Also} he .said, he has to

orable vote. The board restated its Blanding Street between Bradfordand growers had their inning this velopment Branch of the Ord- Commission Bequest Money [Continued On Pare two] .
policy of laying culvert for any Pratt was let to W. T. Jack- week as a number of factors combined nance School. Taken -
Two .g County Commissioner Jerome
Construction Co. who also By b
son to Col. Hatcher joined the Florida
one who buys his own pipe.Doan' to send price zooming a Johns met with the council for;
Bridre Again has the contract for clearing the $3.91 per flat average for the National Guard as a unit Commander Johns Gets Top
the second time to request that
lots. The city is installing neces- 748th Armored Ordnance: Blanding TeamsThe
week, two loads Wednesday commanded -.
On the troublesome subject of' lines. the city pay $35,000 to .help pay
sewer
sary 12- Battalion in 1947. From 1953 to Committee Jobs
better than. $5 per
for U. 8. 301 south right-of-way
of the houses will bon
Eight new e
pint flat. December 1959 he served as Ord- bowling league, teams' from
through the city. At present the
Blanding, and three on Johns
($3.91 would mean a 32& cent; nance Officer on the AdjutantGeneral's
Please Return Drive, which is already paved. Blanding made a clean sweep in city is paying $35,000, at the rate At the opening ofthe 1961
December
Staff. In 1959
W. F. Brooks superintendentfor average per- pint: $5 would be the City League by taking first of $3.500 per, year, for right-of- Legislative session this week Senator ,
he Executive Officer '
about 41% cents a pint.) was assigned as -
Demetree that and second place in the final way for 301 north. Charley E. Johns was namedto
JayceeQuestionnaires said present of the 748th Ordnance Bat
By a stroke of good fortune
standings.
Blanding Tornadoes serve on 11 Senate committees
plans are to build more houses as talion. Council members agreed that
heavy volume coincided with high came out on top with the Hurricanes -five of them of im-
top-ranking
soon as these 11 are ,sold. They prices (not often the case). During The present battalion he commands the 'city could not afford to pay j j jan '
behind them in second The
portance. appointments were
should be within three '
completed has two units, plus a medi- additional $3,500 per year atpresent.
the week March 29 through I
then came Gem Jewelry, Jaycees, announced by Senate President
COMMUNITY
FOR All built .
months are being so
,
cal detachment in Jacksonville f Upon suggestion by
April 4 the market handled 13- ;
SURVEY they can be handled under the'VA 057 flats with a return to'growers Company B at. Camp Blanding,, and Noegels Auto Sales in that : Johns, however, they did agree to Randolph Hodges of Celad Key.
order. Johns is a member of the Constitutional -
program or FHA, Mr. Brooks of $45,067. This was the biggest and Company C in Starke. pay $500 more each year or a total -
AT ONCE! said. Individual honors went to Jay- Amendment and Governmental
of ".000, as a token of their
week, both volume wise and in- Since 1949 CoL Hatcher has Reorganization Committee
cee Harold Davis who walked off
come wise, of the current season. been employed as Shop Superintendent willingness to cooperate with the
hftth which has the responsibility -
first place trophies hi all
Return Surveys, The number of flits sold and of the Combined Field Free county. If the compromise is accepted of turning out a constitutional
categories. Davis led the
This Space Contributed Jaycees UrgeThe average price for the period: Maintenance Shop at Camp Bland by the county board, the revision program; also of
league with 169 .
March 29 2,873 3.22 ing, which handles all the maintenance a season average.He 221 city will pay $4,000 per year for.
Weekly to Publicize was followed by .D. A. Jones' to take the runner-up and Appropriations Finance and Taxation -
'' March 30 1,838 3.03 work for the Florida Na- the next seven years and $3.500 '
Starke' all Public Roads arid
Jaycees urge Highways
Community Events byTHE 165 and George Wlnkler's 162. third place trophies.
March 31 2,621 3.20 tional Guard. for nine years thereafter for a
persons who received survey ques Davis had the high three games The league, and Rules and Calendar.In .
April 1 1,674 Sall Col. Hatcher and his family live sponsored by ,the grand total of $70,000. addition Senator Johns will
COMMUNITY tionnaires to return them before April 3 2,5<< 443 I IE Stark He is active in the series for one night with a, 628, Recreation Department, held a Councilman: Ruby Johns told I serve as chairman of Insurance,
the deadline May 1. The Sociology while Jones: followed again with banquet; at the Enlisted Mens
April: 4 1, 07 3.98 I First: Baptist Church served as Johns, before' the compromise pro- and holds membera&ip on Bank-
STATE BANKOF Department at the Universityof Factors contributing to.the. Post Commander of American 598 and Townsend Strickland was Club at Blanding Tuesday of last posal was reached- that city residents ing, General Legislation :,Labor:
Florida will assist in analyzingthe third with 575
week's high a average prices were Legion Post 56, and is a former a week at which time the trophieswere were also county residents, and Industry, Prisons and Con-
STARKE survey material and it is de good quality due to cool weather: member of the Starke Rotary The high individual game was a awarded by Fred Snefl. and thai if the city paid for the victs, ICsceHaceous Legislation,
sired to have as many returned 228. again by Davis. Glenn Wade chairman of the
[Continued,on Pap Two] Club.; Recreation (Continued On Pare Six] and Temperance.
as possible.
had a 222 and Strickland had a Board.




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u. - -- Mrs. B. Mundy attended the delegation would carry a

1 executive board. meeting of the weight in the final ,decision, since
State Baptist camp committee in that county would pay 65 per cent

I Jacksonville on Monday.G. i iI ,Deliciously DifferentStrawberry f of the cost of the increases.;
I
E. AIR CONDITIONING

itdOnafitk5IoNTUc BROWN'S REFRIGERATION CARD' OF, THANKS. -
Slices
Mayor and Mrs. W. T. Jackson Meringue.
With deepest gratitude we es-
and family visited Daytona Beachon
Sunday :Now that luscious Bradford County, strawberries :- tend this word of thanks for the

..., ,. lit Mrs. L. M. Gaines and MrsJ.. are at their best. it's time to,,, look around. for many acts of sympathy, expressed
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I II I C. Wells are returning today from ,delclously[ different ways to prepare them--as. appealing oy thoughtful 'friends and

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stalling Miss Barbara Blankenship attended -I I Salt Lake City, Utah where they to the eye as to then, palate Soon local H. Adams. These kindnesses have
and Luke of Waldo spent the i the officers meeting of the meant much to us.-The familyof
son : attended the funeral of Mrs.Wells' >rM growers will te letting thepublic, come to the,,
'- > B. Y. Saxon.
weekend with her parents, Mr. District CYF in Jacksonville last "
brother.
I
fields and pick berries to their heart's. content. .. at, i'i
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and Mrs. Charles Dinkins. Friday evening. '
Bill Green
was home for the
; 25 cents a quart. So here's at d tf.dJlerent. i
Earl Levey is visiting hh mother Mr. and Mrs. Randai Chitty Easter holidays from the University -. .. ...-
:Mrs. Cora Levey, in Allentown, and son visited his parents Mr.I!:I cf South Carolina. way to prepare them.

Pa.for two weeks. and Mrs. M. F. Chitty in Lake- Mr. and Mrs. Tom Gilbert! of
Ingredients: 6 slices white, bread. one-half. __
"Mr" and Mrs. Gene Pearson and I land, Ga. over the weekend. t Tampa were Monday visitors of r' Florida I
: stick butter, one pint strawberries, 6 tablespoonssugar I
son of Lawtey were last Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Robbie Shaller. Mr. and Mrs. Al Hartmann. ( :

evening dinner guests of Mr. were overnight guests Saturdayand i Mrs. Tracy Corbett of Fernan- one-half lemon, 2 egg whites.

and Mrs. T. C. Chastain, Jr. Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. H. dina
Beach spent the weekend
: Melt tutter and brush both sides of bread
on .. ,
tA .
Mrs. E. L. Cox and niece Renee I E. Bradley in Leesburg.Mr. with Mr. and Mrs. Fred S elL f. C

Moore, visited Mr. and Mrs. Earl and Mrs. Henry Moats, who Mrs. M. W. Lance was In Inver- slices after removing crusts Broil, lightly on both, :Theatre

Norman! In Gainesville on Sunday.: ,( spent the winter in Kissimee and'I ness last week visiting her son-in- sides. Sprinkle 2 tablespoons. sugar- on top while? {

Mrs.. R. O. Dansby and grandson -i i are enroute back to their home in law and daughter, Sheriff and 2gg f'; ; still hot. ,

Stevie Hall, were in Ozark, West Liberty, Ohio, are spending Mrs. B. R. Quinn.A. .
Wash, drain, and hull strawberries. Cover each
: : SAT. APRIL 8
Ala. last week viisting he parents several weeks with Mrs. Nelson L. Brown returned home
.,'Mr. and Mrs. W. M. An- Green and family. Sunday after being a medcal pa- slice of bread .with berries sliced lengthwise_ fcatohahes. : Double Feature Program1st. :

drews. Her daughter, Mrs. Rodney Mrs. S. W. Reed and hildren tient in Bradford County Hospitalfor Squeeze lemon over all.- \ Feature

Hall, went up for them over theweekend. of Tampa were weekend guestsof ten days.

: her sister, Mrs. Sarah Hunter, Mrs. John Love Wilkes was Prepare. meringue by. beating... ..- egg"' whites_."-", with" ... I ,

William T. Gill, Jr. moved toJacksonville and family. visiting Mrs. W. H Edwards and remaining sugar until it forms peaks. Completelycover ., .. i ELIZIBET AYLQR

Monday where he Mrs. Guy Wynn and daughter, I Mrs. R. R. Thede in Jacksonvillelast slice with meringue and broil about two iI

has accepted; a position with the Miss Betty Jane Morgan have week. Hatter thin
inches from flame for approximately one minuteto I
General Adjustment Bureau. : ben visiting Mr. and Mrs R. L. Garden and Field Seed; Armour, : J M a CS'.Jr.Mr ii i feet star if"Suddenly ?
; lis.:;'Mark Baggett'and children' Hart and twin babies in Beloit- fertilizer at Sistrunk's.Mr. -- to \U lightly. Sen.e. warm. Makes six servings.Pleas !,

.pC' tftbourne spent Easter week- Wise. Miss Morgan returned riie and Mrs. A. R. Royster and i lest .
:M'\Vutfw.\ > and Mrs. Willis Dyal last Wednesday and Mrs. Wynn family and Mrs. W. H. Edwards 'ii i Sllalu ar" .

aritj:1.3f.: :tamU_ will return in two weeks. of Jacksonville. Mr..: and Mrs. Ed'. ,
+ I' '
Ray Goldwire of Abaco, BahamaIslands z
I wards. Jr. of Kingsley Lake were 1'I '
-- I spent Sunday and Sunday Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. L. D. Vinitxg spent I Circuit requesting a salary increase zt

Attention I night with his parents, Mr. and Drew Reddish Easter weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Board Told Budget: Heard from $150 to $250 per I

.: Mrs. Gilbert Goldwire. : Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Mox'ey, Jr, Charlie Wiggins in Stockton, Ga. month. This would mean a $9.69 '

FLORIDA G. E. AIR CONDITIONINGBROWN'S and family were in Louisville Ga. Mrs. Bob Badgett entered Brad- monthly increase in Bradford's <

REFRIGERATIONMrs. over the weekend visiting Mrs. ford County Hospital last Thursday In Terrible Shape't For Pay BoostContinued contribution to her salary I present
Lucile Davis was visitingMr. Irma Wilburn.Mr. for minor surgery. : cost to county $17.56] Senator
Motorists I Ii and. Mrs. H. G. Davis Jr. inGainesville and Mrs. Jesse Newsome t Johns reminded those present that
Mrs. George Flynn, Sr. entered r
on Thursday and Fri and Mr. and Mrs. Morris Williams Bradford [ from Page One] [ from Page One] such an increase would come
County Hospital Mon-
day. She brought her grandchildren strictly from county funds.
to Pan-
spent Friday Sunday: in
Greg and Jen Davis, home ama City with Mr. and Mrs. J. day for. observation and treatment said, however, that Dave' Paulk, take from $250 to $300 monthly Thomas also 'pointed: out that

with her and the children's par- E. Stewart. local contractor, would UUCtll from his own pocket to operatehis the salary of the secretary of the
Saturday Miss Linda Smith of Orlando road, using dirt obtained from offices.
them ditches
ents picked up on Judge and Mrs. E. K. Ferryman ; circuit judge is basen on population -
Mrs W. E. Middleton and Miss i were in Jacksonville Sunday visit- visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. in return for two pieces of Duncan declared'that, in his of the county and that a law

Madge Middleton spent Saturday Ing Mr. and Mrs. Comer Perry-I Shi Smith over the weekend. the county's "junk equipment"a opinion, his job is just as important will have to be passed setting new tUUKTW .DAIII....... MTUTAYLDRANDREWSF1NCH
: t I and Sunday at Daytona Beach. Elmer Hilberg of Cleveland, [ discarded grease truck and a! as that of a circuit juage and population brackets belore she
I Mrs. E. L. man.Mr. Ohio and Mrs. Norman broken tractor used to tow requires ,the
They were joined by and: Mrs. Joe Martinez Compton once same training. can draw her salary. He nude it .TECHNICOLOR
I Middleton and Mrs. W. Q Dowl- spent the weekend with Mr. and and Mrs. Elmer Frey of Williams- a 'l low boy]. Transfer or the property Therefore he condudea, the plain that no salary increase has

i ing from Melbourne. Mrs. J. A. Martinez and family in port Pa. returned to their homes to Paulk would have to, be salary should: be comparable! He' been requested Tut >IT MK few*BO..*Maw M13DM4M {*HUH incur

i Miss Kathleen Conway. a student Mandarin.Mr. Wednesday after residing at Dr. negotiated through bids, Johns said he would announce publicly Push County Code .k**tM. WW.,IWWIMO*

at the University of Florida, and Mrs. D. A. Monteith of; A. J. Barry's cottage on Kingsley; said.:' Paulk purposes to; use three his intention to give up the pri- The County Commission, -r--- -

spent the Easter holidays with Fort Lauderdale will be visiting Lake. Mr. Hilberg and Mrs. Comp- of his own' trucss and two' of the vate practice of law even if his through 'Chairman Prevat', asked 2nd. Feature

: her parents, Rev. and Lacy Con- Mr. and Mrs. G- J. McGnff, Jr. ton have been here since December county's, in doing- the work' ., the I request is not granted. the legislators to sponsor a bill
and Mrs. Frey joined them commissioner reported. Johns and Thomas bota asked "
TRAVELERSAUTOMOBILE over the weekend. 1 for a "county code, a measure NAKED JUNGLE
i way.Flower plants: Asters Coleus, Mrs. Barney McRae Is spending two weeks ago. Mr. Compton returned Johns pointed out, however, Duncan if he would be willing to sponsored by the State Associationof
Petunias etc., at Sistrunk's. home last week. that the road will be constructedover abolish his second assistant's post Commissioners. It was
County
in Lake
Wednesday to Saturday
INSURANCE\ l Mrs. W. F Mundy and Mrs. J. City with Dr. and Mrs. McRae, Mrs. Vernon Reddish. Mrs. Joe a muck area and future tOl and use that salary to supplementhis explained that the code wpuld I Starring: 'Eleanor Parker and

B. Sapp had is Sunday guests,,Jr. Warren, Mrs. A. Q. Smith, and dirt will require a long and expensive and Futch's. The state attorney give the Commission power to Charlton Heston. .
and family.
: <
1. New Low Rates ;I Mrs. T. A. SU le and Mrs. Harold Mr. and Mrs. John Deas and Mrs. Pat Cauffman presented the haul unless the"county replied that all three were pass local legislation thus reducing -, Charlton Heston delivers the
I dramatic action of role
of Gainesville, skit, "Frankie and Johnny at can obtain a borrow in the. type
Monk and chit ren children of Lake City were visit- pit hard pushed now to keep up with the burden of special acts in
that him the Oscar for
2. Safe Driver Mr. Benny Sapp the Southside :Junior Woman's neighborhood. won
Savings and Mrs. John ing her parents.' Mr. and Mrs. E. the work of the office ahd that the State Legislature. The code,
"Ben Hur.
and daughter, Brenda of Daytona W. Hayes on Sunday. Gro-Tone,, Vertagreen Hy-Gro, Borrow Pits Needed actually an investigator and an Prevatt said, would give the Bradford -
3. Local Service and Mrs. Evans Bed- Hjponex for flowers, lawns, andshrubsat The drastic need for borrow
Agent ,' Beach Mr. Mrs. H. K. Davis ,returned pits additional secretary were also board power to do. things Cartoon: Cat Fishiq
sole of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. home'Sunday from Alachua Gen- Sistrunk's.> iu}. all. sections of the couaty'was needed. Both legislators expressedthe that have already been done in at .

:See Carl Sapp and son, Charles, Mrs. eral Hospital where she underwent Club skit night last Friday nightin discussed and a two-member commute opinion that the second assist- least two other Florida coanties. SUN., MON., & TUES.
Guy Sale and daughter, Linda, Jacksonville, Also attendingwere named [Johns and Chas ant district attorney is not neces-
In to by Rep.
last week. answer a query
arid'Mrs. Ray?Nevugom. :of Starke. "major Mr. and surgery" Mrs... Merrill.... Edwards..... Mrs. John Torode ,Mrs. tain] for:. # policy, discussion ,with sary. but agreed with Duncan Thomas, Attorney Landnan said APRIL .9, 10, & U

Charley h E. Johns i John Holder and daughter-in- and family went to 'Tallahassee Jerome Johns; Mrs. Dave Paulk State Road Department officials; that he. and Futch are overworked. that such a code would not encompass -

law Mrs. James Holder of Jack- Sunday to take Jerome Edwards and :Mrs. Fisher. The committee' ask the SRDto such things as divisionof I WILLIAM FAULKNER'S
NAS, were last Thursday Mr. and Mrs. James Sullivan obtain deeds to borrow pits From
sonville back to his interning clas at the Request CityJ. the state race track money SANCTUARY'j
Agency i visitors of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Augusta Raa Junior High at FSU. attended the funeral of an uncle purchased with county funds in D. Doyle, chairman of the coming to the county.
Keith Godwin, in Winter Haven the future so that the county Starke
Hough.Mr. Miss Harriet Powell has entered City Council, requested ad- Johns and Thomas 001.1id;
Phone WO 4-0121 and Mrs. Garl Mathews at- Massey Business College in l last Wednesday afternoon.Rev. i might, have the continued use of ditional legislation to authorizethe they had not had, sufficient: timeto t&q i i
I tended a family reunion at the Jacksonville.Mr. Leslie Saunders or Wood- the'property after Statj.: Road city to create a retirement study the code in detail, but : rain

131 S. Walnut St. home of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil and Mrs. E. W. Hayes madea lawn Bapist Church Jacksonville, needs are completed. In the past- I plan for city employees. Two would give it careful consideration --
Atlantic Beach on visited Rev. and Mrs. Leo Hebert it was pointed out, the SRD; although -I pmdrrrdb.. 2G
Mathews at business!.! trip to Bradenton: plans are in the making, out not before taking any action. : 311"11, lllnfk >. -
Starke, Fla.IEPIESEHIIKG Easter Sunday. last Thursday. paying full price for pit: available for I I'rfliucf..11It
Sarasota and Lake City several yet study. Doyle said "I'm inclined toward home rule?!: A
THEHAWOED Mrs. C. A. Knight was Visiting! days last week. Johnny Green underwent major property: obtained only a four-; One is l feeing made at the University myself,' Thomas said. ,j!
J. E. Powell in Jack- surgery in. St. Vincent's Hospital easement for its rind the
year
TRAYELERS Mr. and Mrs. Friends of Mr. and Mr:. D. B. use of Florida and the !other by Must Agree '
sonville over the weekend. on_n Monday.. property reverted to the original an insurance Cartoon: Terry. The Terror
V Brown.' Jr. of 558 W. Call.street.. company. Final decision on- the raises for i -
1 S. L. Peek Jr. underwent surgery owner at the end of that .
will regret to hear that they were period.The The retirement plan would the state attorney and his assist-! WED., THURS., & FRI.
in Baptist Memorial Hospital : Commission feels that the create more interest in city employment -
seriously injured in an automobile ants will be determined: by a vote APRIL 12 13
& 14
accident last Friday evening in Thursday. amount paid warrants an out- Doyle said, and wouldbe of the legislators from the six ,

Clermont while enrout to Avon Mr. and Mrs. Dave Paulk, Mr. right deed to the property, which much the same as the one now counties in the Eighth Circuit.
I1w ON and Mrs. Vernon Reddish and Mr ,would solve the county's borrow used by the police department.Rep. .
Park to visit his parents for the In a later interview with The
and Mrs Ervin Andrews and 'son pit troubles in future.In
Easter weekend. Mr. Brown is the Thomas read a letter from Telegraph, Rep. Thomas said the
hospitalized in the Clermont? hos- attended' the Paulk family reunion other action the commission; the court reporter of the Eighth wishes of the Alachua County
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Endorsed
legislation for a County -
pital and Mrs. Brown is in a hos-
Jt NEW CARS pital in Orlando. Stone on Crooked River. Kings- Code [advocated by the State --. -- ,

Tuxedo Feeds at Sistrunk's. land, Oa. last Sunday. Association of County rnmis- AMBULANCE SERlVICF\ :
Mrs. C. C. Mendoza and Miss sioners] which would give the
Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Oiden'of .
Gloria Johns of Jacksonville! were Commission power to do certain PHONE WO 4-2600
Beach Cartoon
Pompano were Sunday din- : Log Jammed
CHEVROLETS i ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. JJ j j visiting Mrs T J. Griffin Sunday things without the necessity of I: This is definitely NOT FOR
Dowling.Mr. afternoon. ,1 local legislation. DeWitt C. Jones Funeral 1 Home THE KIDDIES. This is a
Gro-Tone Shtrunk's.
Pellets at
and Mrs. George H. Pierce : Heard County Sanitarian Jack DeWitt C. Jones Registered Funeral Director terrifying horror movie, and
Col. and Mrs T. T. Long: and
and daughter, Lynn, spent the Trawick report that a drag line believe this
CORVAIRS Starke Fla. we will NOT BE
Air. and Mrs. T. H. Slade attended had been purchased from the ,
Easter weekend with Mrs. Pierce'sparent's i GOOD FOR THEM.
exercises
!, 14r. and Mrs. R. C Cart- graduation at the officers Florida Development Commissionfor Rental 'Service: Hospital Beds Wheel Chairs, Crutches .

wright in Cleveland, Tenn. candidates school, Fort use by the Mosquito Control -I I -: --tN' ". : : .: : _. '
FORDS Benning, Ga. on Tuesday. Tom Program. ._. ... _. ,. n. ,
Mr. and Mrs. James Sullivan .
Long was promoted to Second
Heard Commissioner t Joans: advocate -:
and family in Sunday ,
were Mayo
visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Sul Lieutenent at this ,time. the county's joining the i Announcing The Formal
FALCONS livan. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Titan, Mr. Suwannee River Drainage Dis.trict ',
and Mrs. Raymond Bryan and '
:
which lead
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stefanelliof : program might ,
son, and Mr.-and Mrs. John Klien ,to the cleaning out of the Santa !
Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs.
PONTIACS ;: Albert Stefanelli of .Gainesville and children all of Jacksonville, Fe River channel Cost to ;the* ..' .
,
< >..: .. .
and families spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bryan of county would range from $700 foi 1 / .

Daytona Beach, and other, rela- $2,000. Johns will attend 4 ut\lf.j .
]
.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stefanelli. I \ '
BUICKS Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Stern and tives of Starke visited Mr. and meeting at Live Oak for furthertirformation. ........ .". f.,; -_:-,. -
11'
I'Miss Louise Stern attended the :Mrs. Lloyd Bryan and children, I J j <. .\..".' 1.. '' .-
1 and A. J. Bryan on Easter Sun- i
Discussed possibility of moving
Horse and Carriage Easter paradein ; r

Also Good Deals On New t St. Augustine on Sunday. day.Chief Precinct 2' voting from the*' courtj j : .- '': ;;:,,\ ,

Mrs. Carrie hitch<: received a Warrant Officer John C.i i house' becauSe closing tire co rt-;j _... --. ,;'r 'j. \'"..... .. 1r/ s.,
of the Starke National I
Stephens
broken right arm and bruises I house on election; days has resulted :1' .F ,"_", .' ." ..
Chevrolet and Ford Trucks Guard unit is participating as a I in complaints from attorneys : : :
some ;'
Tuesday noon when struck: by an I I ,! .<-i.,
member of the Florida Team In THE .,
automobile in front of the Florida I and others with official"business. j. OF .......
-: See Us Before You Buy State Bank. She is confined to the Third Army ChampionshipRifle Courthouse must' be]I I -
and Pistol Matches at Fort closed because of election laws !
St. Vincent's Hospital for observation !
Good Trade-Ins Bank Financing Benning, Ga. forbidding passage of general.
and is expected home on Fri- JJailf

day. public within certain. distance,. of, I QimQkee Si'J L # .
,I
GOOD CLEAN ItUUitilt.BARGAINS. Mr. and Mrs. David Lawson of vOting booths. i

'Auburndale spent Easter Sunday StrawberriesUphi !I Accepted an,offer .from Florida., -
Pest Control for termite eradication -\ 353, N. Temple Ave. Phone 964-8341 'i.
LATE MODELGET ,with their parents Mr. and Mrs. .I : \ /.M ; "
'M> L. Lawson and Mr. and M rs. I at the county jail at a' cost't '
5:00 P. M.
Claude CogdilL -v. Price Volume of $165. .1 j' : '-- Sunday, April -2:00 to :--t. ,. .>#*

... OUR PRICES After two weeks leave: of ab- | Heard; Road Foreman R. E- .- ><

BEFORE YOU BUYDODD'S sence. spent with his parents 1 Jones report.that Mrs, Loyree Co- ; .
J [Continued from One
j Mr. and Mrs. H. ALawsaa, Pvt. Page comise of Bradford Furniture Co.I Regular. .. o Ell u se.Dodd
:Bud Lawson returned to his base shipments from Plant City practi- !had requested that a road be"I Hours .

I!at Fort Jackson $. C. oa Friday cally over, and keener competition (I graded. ,to. a. new house-she was i LET US CREATE A Keith ReddishProfessional

AUTO SALES i. where he is attending a clerk- j among buyers A [having ,built, in,return for rights'to .' 9 A.M.-5 P.M.
I .
typist school -> So far this season Bradfo"fd.groers a borrow pit: 'on her property j i : pSJWJ4JOiL-AkZQ,

Mrs. M. L. Lawson and daughter i have fold 35,401 flats Instructed the road formal. to' MondayThru. Ha.. "

712 S. Walnut St. Phone 9$#:-6J21: Sally and Mr. and Mrs. Henry through the' Starke market;. for .a complete' wgrg on Sip Cemetery,; forVOUI 1
Lawson spent Tuesday Witn Oren return of $93,413.43.Booster road, including' moving a cattfejgap j Styllste:
r
.
Welch'to Dade City. Mr. and Mrs. .so that trucks can turn' in. j Saturday r :; .

Due To Our Connection On'AU Make New Cars, And David Lawson in Auburndale and Club Agreed to investigate a count .. 0 -- .

Our .Large Stock Of Good Clean Used Cars. We Need Mr. and: Mrs. Roy Holm in Tampa.Mrs. mail thaf Mrs. Claude Johns has] : :;. 2'.:

Salesmen In The Keystone, Lawtey And Lake Butler H. H. Adams" Mrs. T. C. To Meet Tonight requested". flied on Santa Fe .Come In On lOur Opening Day And Register For ._: l'
Lake.
Areas. Hazen. Jr., and Mrs. Norman Willis I .. :' "

J. visited Mrs.' J. M. Vickers in :Booster Club'will meet. at.ik 8 t"Tie: -R1OUT EOINT tor theway .. FREE HAIR STYLING ,2- ,,." ._ff ..\.
CONTACT W. J. DODD AT USED CAR LOT. Brunswick, Ga. on Tuesday.: High School -syta. All memlygh you write. Come in gad select .r C < ..

Starke, Fla. I I Tomato and Pepper Plants' at are School urged cafetena to* attend.AU_ members J your favorite ESTERBROOK You Da Not Have To Be Present TVfu'f ._ .

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.- I Beta Sigma Phi I tther, George Saxon. Hampton;
I. t I four grandchildren, and two great
B.I. Y. Saxon 86 ,
L''I Plans Rush Party :) ktirg grandchildren.


Beta Sigma Phi, Gamma Theta
Chapter will have a rush )party at Of Hampton DiesBen'amin I I Recent Birth

the home of Mrs. Muriel: Gay, I William
Dr. and Mrs. James
1227 E Call Street. :
: Monday night
the birth of a
Patray announce
April 10. at 7 o'clock. All membersare Y. Saxon, 86 promi-
flltdys Mooty son. James William III. on March
.- IAd. .. 1"" _._._ no.._.Y--' ft, -....&. ., ._... La. asked to come in .taCiC)" cos .: nent merchant and fanner of b at the J. Hillis Miller Health
tumes. ;:r0 t __ : ; iJ.7: 0 Hampton died last week in the Center in Gainesville.GENERAL .
Wesleyan Service Little Women : rr University of Florida Teaching

Guilds To MeetThe \Vill ,Hear. Students BPW Club Meeting .'.l : ; : Hospital in Gainesville after a ,! .....r.-.
lengthy illness.! He was a lifetime
From Foreign Lands Set For TonightThe resident of Hampton and a mem- ELECTRIC
Service Guilds ..
Wesleyan I
y ber the Methodist Church.
i rT00 of : APRIL SALES
and Circle.Four. of the First I yJ0 Starke BPW Club will meet
Methodist Church will hold their!j At the regular meeting of the tonight (Thursday) at the home !! Funeral services were held at : By G. J. McGRIFF

regular meetings Tuesday even- I Little Women's Club Monday of Mrs. Martha Bales as co-hos- I :2 p. m Saturday in the Hampton -i: We reffuse to be undersold
night at 7:30: o'clock in the club tess. All members to Baptist Church: with burial
:ling, April 11. I are urged I- anywhere. Get; our prices and
I house, Mrs. Sam Hen ncks of : attend in Hampton Cemetery. Arrange-
: ; as officers will be elected
< will from Trade
Guard 1 will meet at 7:30: o'clockIn ments in Williams- I you buy us.
Gainesville will present tiic following ani by-laws will be voted on. .... were charge of at home where get
Fellowship Hall with Mrs. Ruth -) .' Thomas Funeral Home, Gaines I i you can
Johnson and Mrs. Ed Simpson as exchange students who : r. ___ __ _____ ___ _______ u_ ville. I service and the best appli
will discuss the customs and activities Raiford Minister
:
hostesses. ances.
of their native countries: ALL EARSStarke Survivors include his widow, I
Guild 2 will meet at 7:30 clock' G. J. MeG RIFI'
Miss Vera Yen-Fung Tong of Will Address Mrs. Katie L. Angley Saxon; one I
at the home of Sin- .
Mrs. Clyde j" General Electric Major Appliances -
Hong Kong, China Miss of daughter, Mrs. Eunice L Morris;
clair. ; Ogata Baptist! YouthsAllen Elementary School pupils were all eyes when they found & TV. Franchised
Japan and Miss Sonaa Mini I a son, H. Vivian Saxon; and a I
; "all whiskers"
their l afett' workers ears and at pre-Easter lunch-
0'-1 Dealer. 100 W. Call 964-
Circle Four will meet at 8 sister Mrs. Minnie 1... Weathersbee I ph.
clock at the home of Mrs. Eston I Pandic of India. I Price, pastor of the Rai i ooom festivities supenised by Mrs. Sarah Hunter, manager. Each !6551.
all of Beach a bro- i
The students will dressedin Miss Pompano ;
come Rowe
Gayle ford Baptist Church, will be the'
Jordan. ,child found his plate deco.rated'with an attractive miniature Easter
I their native costumes. After inspirational speaker for the Associational 'i
"
I Weds Mr. GenereuxIn basket as a .lunchroom onus. .
their talks they will answer ques- Youth I
Night program ---- ---

tions asked by the club members. Methodist ChurchA to be held at the First Baptist Set others, will be In charge of the

D This will be an open meeting Church of Starke at 8 p. m. Saturday Baptists Training Union this Sunday
I
EBICTARKE ] and each member is urged to at- small wedding in the pre- according to Sinclair Bry- night. They will lead the Prayer

FL-:. tend and invite one guest. sence of just the immediate fami- an, Associational Training Union April 9-16 As Meeting Wednesday night and

F Hostesses for the evening will lies, united in marriage Miss director. The program will featuretestimonie. I'I, will teach all of the Sunday

i be Jackie Bales, Sally Ann Epperson Gayle Rowe, daughter of Mr. and ., for the Young Peopleof Youth Week I School Classed and lead the departmental -

FRI., & SAT. and CookieMathews.Woman's Mrs. Robert G. Green, and Robert Bradford and Clay Counties. assemblies in all de- Years ago, prescriptions Be Sure

APRIL 7, & 8 i Genereux, son of Mr. and Mrs. The 40 voice choir made up of Terry Walters, son of Mr. and;, partments; Juniors through Adults only made a patient more

i "Tarzan And The Club Emile E. Genereux, of Springfield the Young People of this area, Mrs. S. L. Peek Jr., and a seniorat ;, on Sunday morning April. comfortable, while nature You Get Yourdid
I Mass. The double-ring ceremony will meet at 7:15: and will provide ; Bradford High School, will i!i 18.
She Devil"Starring I To Have ProgramOn took special music. serve as Youth Pastor at the First I i I a slow healing job.
place afternoon I
Sunday at 5 I The pastor, Rev. Leo A. Hebert, conPrescription
: Gordon Scott, and Civilian DefenseMembers o'clock in the First Methodist The public, especially the young Baptist Church for Youth Week I!'will present the keys of the Modern prescriptions

'Vera 1Iiles."Tarzan's\ Church with Rev. Herman Boyette people, are given a cordial invita- starting Sunday, April 9. He will church to the Youth Pastor at the tain WONDER Filled When

( Hidden of the Starke Woman's officiating.Mrs. tion tot attend.Highway. deliver the sermon for the Sunday close of the worship service Sun- DRUGS! They cure ailments -

Club will learn how to be prepared Lloyd Green, organist, evening worship service. day morning. incredibly fast. They You Need Itsave
Jungle"Starring Larry Devrick, son of Mr. and
for home emergencies at its played nuptial music. Patrol
regu- lives time !
Mrs. D. R. Devrick of Bedford money
: Lex Barker, and lear meeting Wednesday after- On each side of the altar were I I I 0
Joyce MacKenzie.Plus noon at 3:30: o'clock at the club I two lovely fan-shaped baskets of Gives March ReportThe Lake, will serve as Chairman of I I Future Farmers Only your doctor can diag-

Cartoon house. white gladioli, stock, and Easter Deacons and be responsible for I Set nose and prescribe. WE are DAY PHONE
I Florida Highway Patrol in bringing the devotional for the Banquet
Mrs. C. L. Scholl, Director of lilies. here to compound his pre9642511
Sun.-1\Ion.-\ Tues. I Bradford County has made the
Wednesday: night Prayer Meeting. For
April 9.10.11 Civil Defense for Bradford County The bride, given In marriage by following report for March: Driv- Other officers elected to serve TonightThe scriptions for you with pro .
NIGHT PHONE
will speak on Community and I her step-father, chose for her ers licenses passed, 44; failed, 53; were: Gene Wiggins, Chairman of fessional !
Home Preparedness. Mrs. Scholl wedding a short-length dress annual Parent and Son 9691172"In
Walt Disney'sPOLLYANNA i incomplete, 38. Arrests, 50; correction Trustees; Joe Adams, Bennie Wil-
featuring a white chiffon bodice. I Banquet of the Bradford and
will also discuss the mode! family i !
I cards, 180; accidents, 16
;
liams trustees
and Davy Seymour -
I i
The skirt overlaid Starke Chapters, Future Farmersof ANDREWS
with two
fallout shelter being constructed was i
I injured, 1; property damage $2- )
Math-
It ; Jimmy Moore Buddy
in the community. The tiers of Chantilly lace. Her short America, will be held tonight
Starring: Jane Wyman, and will be presented by Mrs.programT. H. veil was attached to a crown: en- 115; no deaths. ews, Steve Edwards, Chuck Moore,j [Thursday] at 7:30: o'clock in the __ _
Charles Jim Lewis, and
Richard Egan. crusted with pearlized Phipps high schodl cafeteria.
Slade, chairman of the Education .sequins.
Plus Cartoon Recent Birth AI Yancey. deacons; DeWayne
Department, under Mrs. H. V. She carried a family Bible! topped Allen Crews, president of the
McRae, Hallie Seymour Mike DRUGS
I Knight, second vice-president. with a white orchid. Bradford Chapter, will serve as
Wed.-Thurs., April 12-13 I Mr. and Junius
Mrs. Smith Jr. Darby, Irwin Martin, ushers;
Hostesses for the afternoon will Mrs. James V. Rowe served her master of ceremonies and the
"The Fugitive Kind"Starring I of Starke announce the birth of Wanda Siemer, Janet Hardy, _
be: Mrs. J. E. Hardy chairman sister-in-law as matron of honorin main address! of the evening will
a daughter on April 3 in Alachua : Marlon Brando, Mrs. J. W. Kincaid, Mrs Carl a pink chiffon streetlengthdress be made by T. L. Casey, principal I
Anna Magnani, and Joanne Knight. Mrs. Charley: E. Johns complemented by a white General Hospital. I i II I Colson, and Annette Thomas, of the Southside Elementary Center"
hostesses; Lynwood Walter:::, Music
Woodward. Dr. Florence Jennings, Mrs. Tyler orchid corsage. ; School. _. '
The GunfighterAt Jones, Mrs. F. F. Stump, Mrs. W. Serving as best man was the Bradford County Hospital an- Director; Rodney King, Training : 0. _0 =- .:o __.'_ .- IIEIIJ=: : = o=__ o ;
nounces the following births Union Director Buddy Mathews,
:
D. Thomas, Mrs. A. J. Barry, Mrs. bride's brother, James V. Rowe.A ; I
Dodge City Norman Willis. Mrs. W. E. Big- small reception was held at Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Starring: Joel McCrea. ham, Jr:. Mrs. J. R. Wainwright, i thee home of the bride's parents' Starke, a son, April 3. Jimmy Moore Brotherhood Pl'eSi-I'Ii FOR A
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Dobbs, dent; Betty Salmon i
.
Plus Cartoon
immediately after the
Mrs. DeWitt Sinclair, and Mrs. ceremony. I Limited Time
Edmund Tenly.Kindergarten. The home was attractive for the Raiford a son, April 3. Missionary Union President; Carol I i Only I IPLAY
Fri.-Sat., April 14.15 occasion with several arrange- Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Stan- McRae, Organist; Dee Walters:

Fort Massacre ments of white gladioli placed at cliff, Gainesville, a daughter, and Burge Searing, Pianists. I
PupilsTo April 3. These young people, with many
Starring: Joel McCrea. vantage points. The bride's table .! ..
Where the Boys Are Present OperettaAn was overlaid with a white cutwork
cloth and centered with a three
Starring: Dolores Hart,
operetta "Goldilocks and the; tiered wedding cake topped witha GYMS jUSYEARAIYEDNT4JIT7
George Hamilton,
Yvette// miniature bride and The
Mimieux, Jim Hutton Three Bears, will be presented by groom. !
tonight cake was attractively embossed i
Mama Priests kindergarten -
bara Nichols Paula Prentiss, :,
[Thursday at 7:30: o'clockin with white and pink rose buds
Frank. Gorshin, and Connie* / $3s
the BHS auditorium.The and wedding bells. A silver punch 9
Francis.
public is invited to attend. bowl was placed at one end of the l .fM
Plus Cartoon
No admission is charged. table.

i Cutting the wedding cake were
the bride's aunts Mrs. Robert
Quality Construction .
Cantrell of Jacksonville, and Mrs. SPECIAL

Satisfaction Guaranteed Nell Joyner. Also assisting, in

serving were the bride's sister 0\\

Miss Marian Green, Miss Nancy r 0'i .? '
BEVIS SHELL HOMESBefore Bates and Miss Jackie Colley. 'i 'If ;

The groom is a graduate of

Information Springfield High School, Mass. aJ
You Build Get Full "

t and is serving as a radio tech- 'i. ',......"'...\"..:......-'""
Without ObligationPhone nician in the U. S. Navy at Jacksonville .41] $ 95

or Write NAS. 10:00: A. M. TILL? ,itd..,,, ","'
The bride is a graudate of BHS. ,. "
L. F. Smith ..1/\-'
class of '56, and has been em- ..1, *
Phone 969-2674 STARKE P. 0. Box 162 ployed since that time with
BOB BISHOP '," .
)% Prudential Jacksonville.After Insurance. Company in Auctioneer I .'

4 al< short wedding trip to <

SATURDAY MORNINGTHIS South Florida, the couple will reside .

at 2541 Post Street, Jackson
WILL BE THE LAST MORNING SHOW ville. MUST OlD!


APR. c 10:00 Dankel-Lewis Refrigerators Used Ranges Flood HEAVY DUTY-2" LEGS-2" TOP BARMtIt

Light Holders Odds & Ends Of Lumber
8th A. MrSHOW Engagement Told
Wire Baskets For Deep Frying Vegetable
ILt Slide
Mr. and Mrs. N. S. Dankel of Graters Corn Huskers New-

Starke announce the engagementand Door Knobs Rubber Jar Caps Old 2 Swings
approaching marriage of
Wooden Pins .
their daughter Judith Frances, Phonographs Rolling Trapeeze

tQ Meed C. Lewis, son of Mr. Hundreds Of Other Items .
and Mrs. Emory Lewis of IIii L1J III' Bar &

WILL BE Starke. The wedding will be '4 I HI! \ Rings

an event of Friday April 14. Come Make Us A Bid!
KING %WILD STALLIONS at 8 o'clock p. m. in the Madison -- Glider.

Street Baptist Church with the
reception immediately after the We Must Make Room For New Merchan Ride
AT THE
ceremony Club. at the Starke Woman's dise. Hundreds Of Items Must Go! Bring

The bride-elect is a graduate of The Family And Friends And Bid On '
s- .
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FLORIDA THEATRE'These \.
Bradford High School and is now
t What You Want. .
employed at the Doyle Conner Insurance .I

in Starke. The R' _
Agency )
FREE Shows Are Sponsored By bridegroom-elect is also a graduate Fun for All -- Values Galore

of Bradford High School and
The Following Merchants:
is employed at Clay Electric Cooperative :

Terwlllegar Motors Andrews DrugsVlnnDiiie in Keystone Heights. 95. .
206 W. Madison St. "\ Shopping Center" All friends and relatives .of the _:

WO 4-3381 \\'0 4-2511 couple are invited. 9 .. .

301 E. CALL STREET .. .-; -
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Koch Drug Store Local Finance Company
Mrs. Colley Mr. Ritch Phone 964-5291 .
161 E. Call St. 116 N. Walnut St !: '

WQ 4-4461 WO 4-0101 or 4-0111 Wed In ApopkaRev. STARKE. FLA. ONLY 0 ;:.... :, ::. >. :

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Denmark Furniture Co. North Florida
Supply a r
Donald Kokomoor unitedin s
434 "". Call SL 231 N. Temple Ave. .
marriage Mrs. Del Colley and
WO 4-4321 WO 4-2113 Jim W. Ritch in the First Methodist { (JILDiriG FREE DELIVERY FREE DELIVERY"It's

.Starke Builders Supplies Inc.. Underhill Drive-In Restaurant ,Church March 28.in Apopka 0:1 Tuesday ,A Fact You Can Do Better At"
215 E. Washington St. 361 N. Temple Ave.
WO 4-4201 WO 4-1531 After a week's wedding trip to
Southwest Florida. Mr. and Mrs. DENMARK FURNITURE COMPANY

Jimmy Moore's Sun Sports Fred's Marine Canter Ritch are residing at 642 N. Wal-

':245 W. Madison St. 384 N. Temple Ave. nut street. '
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.t WO 45791Williams WO 4-8801 Altar Society Notice Quiffley Formerly& Davis OF m( STARKE .
!
;: Jewelry Ace Electric Service 4L
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r: Call St. .
142 W. :213 E. Call St.WO st. Edward's Altar Society will

!I"' WO 4-8311 4-4921 meet Tuesday night, April U, at 434446 W. Call St Phone 9644321

8 o'clock in: the parish bal .

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t\OE." FOUR" BRADFORD'' COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE, FLORniA _, ._ THURSDAY ARIL, 6, 1961
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r Two Injured Hot Grease'. Cancer Crusade 1 I '
: I t THE RIGHT POINT for the
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When Truck Causes'Fire: .., 1 way you write. Come in and sri -
I Burns' Man .< .. Goal Is $2,000Raising ESTERBROOK
r. .g i led your favorite

Leaves' RoadA I! Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH>*
I A pan of burning grease left ana } $2,000 is the goal; of the
stove inflicted second degree ; Bradford County Cancer Societyin : -
faulty steering' gear: caused a'l burns around the face and neck a crirade launched Monday.
Funds Low -. BUt'I big tractor-trailer ,rig' to so out,
of Robert Bowen wHeti( ne triedto e s ,t March 27.Money ,
cf control last Saturday: night ;;;' removethe, -' grease from phi ; : raisei: in the crusade 1! jour shoes r..
Raises Still WantedAmid when it nut ofd the'ro d for 121i home Clrari,'S. r -
: cf Johns at 1302 "w' r. will go to support the three-point
i talk
struck' aM trnveled71..fefi
feet a fence. l
Pratt morning
Street Wednesday
: program! of the American Cancer
talk of an over-expended budget, admittedly "in .. more before ii ovalturned'pimifrg : Bowen an employee of the Society which consists of r earch, I about.you 1! '

terrible shape" no funds' for bridge repairs no funds a passenger inside two]\Florida Pest Control and Chemical I I F education, and service to patientsof
miles south of Starke on tf. S.. 301. I
for roads no funds for paving a parking area at the Wasman. Company, was at work spraying II the disease. I II Ii
Ernest Lee anhis
driver the Johns home I I
county: jail no funds for courthouse expanson-Brad-! ; .passenger, Menzo Hall, were ,the when, he noticed i 4 ; Publicity Chairman Hugh B.

ford County Commissioners made last-minute request I i I both injured the wreck but both- splashed grease in burning.his face The and grease, Ingram states the community is I -
Injured:
for monthly increase in miraculously escaped with'no, I pledged to raise $2,000 but last
Saturday a $50 pay. j his i
SHOE
I right eye _as. he attempted to
I broken' bones. Hall from Brooks- : year exceeded that goal by $600.
At the first legislative hearing, called by Senator Charley | villa, had his feet pinned 1''' under I! remove: it from' the' house I Besides supporting! the national I REPAIRING
Johns and Representative Arch Thomas last month, the (' The grease also set cabinets' a- ,., society's three-point program the
| the dashboard,: and required a-I'I'Ii them
bove the stove afire before it was 1 keeps
' board's attorney said no increase request was contemplated, : wrecker to extract him from the! local group will also provide can- I, looking like net
brought under control the
although the county's increase in population made the com- Ii wreckage. Highway Patrolman]: Starke Fire Department. by No estimate i Dr. b. C. Gamble Don Rollings cer patients with free hospital !

missioners eligible for a $150 per month salary. ', Don O'Neal said. Bath men were I of ,1 bsis: and wheel chairs, Ingram
damages was available : i
taken to the Bradford. Co uityHospital but a fire' department employee i Methodist Revival SfortV April 12 I said.Next i COURT
According to the request voiced at, the second legislative I only' I Monday, April 1J, Mrs.
said the cabinets, were the
called the Bradford delegation last Saturday Dr.. O': Starke fells and'has excel'ed at! Clyde Terwillegar will make
hearing by Pete Felos,, physician things burned. I Dr. B. C. Gamble of Atlanta singer as'

for the purpose of getting all salary increase requests on ,' said Hall'is legs were black' Dr. A. J. Barry, said the injury" j I Ga. will conduct the annual revival -,, leader in youth and children's) house-to house calls in the next I 1 1i! SHOE REPAIR

record, the commissioners asked a flat payment of $50 permonth 'and' blue but xrays showel there 1 J to Bowen'fc eye might impair:; the of the First Methodist.Church i services. I j I'II fund raisins effort. On April 3 i I

for travel Expenses. 'The increase' would cost the were, no fraciures._! .Circulation_ rew3lhln -,' vision. Bowen is now in Bradford; April 12-23. Nationally' In addition to children's services -: and 4, Monday and Tuesday, insurance ;I 126 N. COURT ST.
turned to the legs, : 24H known as one of ]Methodism's outstanding I each afternoon from 3:30: to man Julian McRae con 1
additional month, or $3,000 annually. County Hospital.Farmers .
county an $250 a I Starke FloridaI
hours, Felos, and'.Hall's. wife: took evangelists, he will deliver -.4:30: o'clock and youth services: tacted small businesses find last ,
In defense of the request, one member,of .the board said hm! home Sunday. the message leach night at i I each night at 7, Mr. Rollings will week Norman Willis contacted I A. HALL, Owner & llgr.I .

that Commissioners now "use their own money for driving Wagman, from Lakeland, suffered -, .ToGtiinImmediately i : 7:30 1:, o'clock and each week day Il lead the 7:30: to 8 a. m. services specially selected individuals who
around the county on county business':" The County Attorney a: crushed- chest; the: doctor t except, Saturday at 10 a. m. each morning.The were asked: to contribute each.I

said that under state law, each Commission member is said, but recovered within 24 'From TIle song leader and youth pastor Rev. H. O. Boyette, The crusade will end April 29- WATCH

Entitled to $150 a month, and that the, county might haveto 'i Hours: though1 he required art oxygen I worker will be Don Rollings of urges all Methodists to attend 30 with a 'Babe Zaharias Tour-

get a special'act if it paid'board members any' less. tent Saturday nkht. A cruslied' Feed Program Wilmore Ky., who has had many these services, and' extends a cordial ment" at the StsCrke Golf ana WING; WORD
i I chest is sometimes riots painful years' of experience as an evangel- invitation to others. Country Club. Clyde -Tenvillegar i{ '
C mri1issioner"Jerome Johns,'sole opponent of the $50 j! than' broken ribs, Felos said: I will solicit funds at the tournament

increase, said that the county is.in. ,no' position, to pay: the Wagman was released from the Farmers'who'cooperate Federal feed Irograid hi, theHeal truck, generator, first-aid equipi]I i held in honor of the great April' 10 thru April 14
gram Rescue UnitOrganized
increase "even. though board" members do .use' their own hospital ld. i \edhesday, the doctors will get immediate benefits, according I II went, ,buoys P. A., ropes system, litters, portable, etc. radios woman golfer. at 6:30 j.A.1\I.. i'\

money for such purposes. Trooper O'Neal said the ;luck, a tor Mildred s "pp: Bradford c I In addition to the above named flowers and letters, the food you featuringRev.

Representative Thomas 'ex ressed surprise1 at the commissioners' W53-International hauling frozen County ASC officg manager.: Here officers, Bill Shiner was also!! prepared and served, your prayersall 1
She points out' that"I7SDA has named Civil Defense advisor. A' countless foundto Albert C. Holfof
lasfminufe"request -and said that he and Sena:= i foods was a total loss. Damage to ways you I
tor Johns would welcome expressions from' the. citizens of I i the rig was estimated at $20,000 already announced for corn' that' the support I legal advisor and'two medical advisors -I' express your love, sympathy, theCommunity .
price in most counties A.Bradford County mobilized will also bfe appointed; Soto'said. and sorrow will never be for
Bradford County as to their approval or disapproval of the'proposed' while the cargo,was,a $2,000( loss. I ,
investigated rfill lie 14 cents'more a bushel rescue unit was organized at a i gotten. Churchin
Patrolman Bill Quillin ,
increase, than the 1960 price. meeting! Tuesday night in the Keystone Heightson
the accident: assisted by 0'- I CARD OF THANKS i A dear friend, who loved our
The national average for corn county courthouse with 17. {
Neal and Corporal Carlos Mus- : per-, I son. recently told us that Santa
will be $1:20: bushel.Mrs" sons To all the wonderful friends who
Youth per present but funds are not : Fe means Holy Faith. Please believe
Corps Camps grove. Sapp says that since thecorrf available with which to buy need-I bore with us the loss of our only with us that we will see Powerful Channel 12
'" support price i in Bradford ed 'equipment, Secretary beloved son, Jimmy, we find no

Deserve Support John Davies, 82 County !is $1.13 per bushel, this' to' said. ,: words to express the depths of our Jimmy again.Sincerely, WFGA-TV JacksonvilleAUTO
I means local farmers can count on At the organizational meeting!I gratitude.

President Kennel Y's revival,of a plan. 'for'establishing a. Dies SaturdayJohn I!at J least $1.27 per bushel for their Wayne Haines was named acting, Your cards and calls, your Mr. and Mrs. Curtis J. Malone
' 1961 captain of the group. His three j' ,
crop.
Youth Conservation Corps has gained increasing support, i -
I The new grain program is vol ]lieutenants are L. B. "Red" Alvarez -
and for good reason. Leonard Davies; 82 died
untary. No farmer will be'! pressured equipment; Gene Long,
makes sense. It is Saturday morning at his home in I .- ,
The plan a relatively inexpensive approach I into signing up. records and membership, and
to the conservation problem, and offers to the na Frahbme after a brief illness. Wfllard "Boss" Pass, training of-
in the
To participate program
tion's youth the same kind of wholesome and constructive He was born in Bloomington ficer. ,
farmer must to divert
22, 1878, and had a agree
outlet for its energies as did President Roosevelt's Civilian Ind., on ,Sep for 45 from 20 to 40 percent of Us corn Soto said that a membership
lived at Florabome' years.
meeting will be held ,
Conservation Friday April
Corps. and base acreage to soilconservinguses.
retired carpenter
He was a 14, in the courtroom at the court-
Under the plan, young boys from 17 to .19 years of age, poultryman; a member of the house at 7:30 p. m. and that all

mainly school dro P-o uts, would be enlisted to serve for a Christian Church. In return he becomes eligiblefor persons interested in rescue work i I

year for: token expense money, room, and board. They would Funeral services were held at price supports on corn and are:invited to join the unit then.

dig ditches, construct watercourse retaining walls, plant 11 a. m. Wednesday.in the Church for a payment on each acre of "Such a unit has been long

tree' seedlings, assist in soil conservation efforts, and aid of ,God at.Florahome with Rev.A. r corn diverted. neded in the county," Soto said, I
the .E. Rather and Rev. L. S. Mow- Officials estimate .that farmers "And now we have the nucleus of .
,1f Engineers and surveyors-instead of (as is now case :
+ f ery ,officiating.' Burial was in the with an average yield equal to I.
Ca an organization.
with' them "
many-of ) falling. into gangs or'dabbling in drugs in Pavan Cemetery .
family plot will
the State average yield get "We n.eed an enormous mount
and disillusion. under the direction of DeWitt C. about $18 per acre for the first of "
he
equipment said. "And plan
. n When' the original plan was first proposed year agoit'was Jones Funeral Home.Stolen 20 percent of corn land diverted to appeal to various and.i SALES

jj i estimated that only a third of the nation's farmlands and $21.. an acre for the second I organizations for funds.persons" It will!

I were protected by soil conservation ,measures: that 50 million Car I 20 percent of land planted to soil- take at least,41.800 to outfit one I ..
acres of ,forest :land were In need'of, replanting, and Here I conserving cfo'ps.. I mobile unit he said. -
Caught WILL
another 275 million needed improvement. It was pointed out The small, farmer may divert The unit is being organized un- Ii SELL YOU

|i that other civilizations had perished through mismanagement Two Lacoochee [Pasco County) j j more than 40 percent-up to 25I der the direction of the county 1

of their natural resources-and so could ours. men were arrested here early last I acres, says Mrs. Sat>P.I sheriff's department, and in con- ,

There is also the human element. The value of what Friday morning on stolen 'auto I Up to ,half of the estimated total nection with the county Civil Defense -

used to be called "honest labor" in the open air should never f!! charges after they had been, payment: awaits farmers who Program of which .Mrs. C.

be underestimated. Youth guidance workers believe that no I I, caught speeding by FHP Bill;' agree to cooperate 'in tiw emergency 1,. Scholl.is director.. ,
1 grain This ad. The unit is working on an alert:
better preventive of delinquency caused by: sheer big-city Quillin. program. ,- A NWCR
paytnentciill be made with system similar to the old
boredom could be devised.If Quillin spotted a ,speeding car vance army's
traveling north on U., & 301 negotiable certificates redeemable "block" system. Calls should be
and when Congress legislation creating the
passes about 4 a. m. Friday which answered in eitHer com or cash. made to the sheriff's department
Youth Conservation Corps, leaders in the Florida Crown the description of one reported Mrs. Sapp predicts that many or to the county jail where the

area should lose no time in calling attention to damp Bland- stolen from Paul Webb of Bradford County farmers. Win signup mobile unit will be kept equippedand

ing an an ideal location for an installation of this kind. We Lacoochee. for the grain program to secure ready to roll instantly. A

can still recall the Roosevelt administration CCC establishment Quillin turned and gave chase. advanced payment to pay "'telephone alert system" is also .

located in the Gold Head Branch Park area, and the The car: turned into & driveway current'fann expenses. being devised: whereby key members ATAbsolute .

worthwhile projects it accomplished} in this section. and the occupants,Arthur' Cl Davis County agricultural agents are will be responsible for contacting -' I. .

Those of us who belive that the Youth ;Conservation 20; and Edward: E.Nichols, cooperating with ASC workers other members. "That way

Corps would be a good thing for the nation, and that ourarea 27, jumped out and ran into a with the feed grain program. Farmers we can get the truck rolling: in"

would be a good location for one, should lose no time in swamp. Bradford County and authorities can obtain special worksheets 10 minutes after receiving a call,
joined in the chase the ttf; Soto said.
Writing to our representatives and senaltbrs in Congress urging several I from county agents show
fugitives were caught Equipment needed to outfit a
advantages of the feed grain pro
their support of this important legislation.Commissioners hours later in the woods south:: of ', gram. ; mobile unit .is a resuscitator, Cost.
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Starke. *
On a national basis the new
The culprits spent Saturday
Vote grate program is aimed at- boost* FOR GUARANTEED
night in the Bradford County
Ing income, assuring the house-
jail and Pasco County authorities ing farm income, assuring the
Free Culvert Piano
Against picked them up ..Sun.1aY.MAYOR'S h'dusewfre of an abundance of ,

,
Bradford County Commissioners took a step in the right COURT meat and dairy affair prices and*I <
preventing a further buildup of 1,
direction Tuesday when they went back to the policy, set by feed( grain surpluses. ServiceCALL

i previous board, of not buying "pipe" (culvert)' for use. In The will tax Dealers
program save pay
Monday nine cases were
only ,
tinder driveways into private.property. ers an estimated $400 to $600
The matter was brought before the board when tine heard by Mayor. W. T. [Billy million in storage'costs, USDA experts L C or WRITE"GEORGE

,Commissione>''eaid that "sm 1e j'people are getting pipe and Jackson.Martiz Seaano, public_ intoxica say.Mrs. WEEKSBox
dome aren't.:' It that there should be firm
was agreed a to days in .
lion, sentenced give 50 Hibernia Rt
policy in the matter, with everyone treated alike; jail or a fine of $27.50.. Melba PartinGets PHONE 3278 ARE

There, was no argument on the statement that the board Jauan Rosario public intoxication -

,. Had no shone}. to buy, the, pipe,'anyway-even if it wanted five days or i fine of $27.50. I Fulbright Award Y Green. Cove Springs. Fla. .

to. It Was brought out that the olie-time practice of buying George W. McGhee,,Negro, public For India Study -

pipe for private driveways had cost a former board $6,500in intoxication five' days or a ; OVER STOCKED :
fine of 2750. Mrs. Melba Partin, Pensacola>la
fiscal before it
was stopped.
one year .
,Dan ,Elliot Fleming selling beer high school teacher, has been :;;;x;, .R .S ,
will continue its of i if .M. 4
The board policy? installing the pipe on Sunday, forfeited bond of $53.- awarded a Fulbright scholarshipfor ..4 .
q.
the property owner purchases it. 50, license revoked. summer study at the University i '

One commissioner asked what you would do when a Gerald Hicks, public intoxication : of Poona in India. I WHERE WE HAVE CLOSE CONTACf
private property owner, determined to J have a. driv into J forfeited bond of 527.x. Mrs. Partin a former resident*

Bis property and unwilling to bur the pipe himself! filled Nathaniel H. Richardson. Negro, of Starke and wife of one-time''! ,

up the ditch with crossties, dirt and other material in order speeding, forfeited bond of $27.50.,. BHS principal Charles Partin, will CHINCH <, '" ,

to get across.The Henry Evan, Negro, disorderly leave for India on June 2G to at
conduct served five days !in ja.Uand tend an eight- veek Seminar for
answer was that'no one' has tne) right to interfere '
paid> a fine of 1750. history teachers.
with the drainage system of a county"road, and that blocking Belnaldo Manclobo, Negro forfeited A NEW FORD FALCON

ditch clearly violation' of the law. It would be.up to bond of $27.50. orderly conduct, served-five days 1 BUGS
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the commissioner of the district,to see that such violations I Fnde Lee Morgan Negro dis- in jail and paid a fine of $17.50.

do not take place, or are corrected
'While on the subject of "private work" the commissioners THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH I : ; c.' u; ,

were reminded that if county equipment is used for ; ESTABLISHED 1879Flarlda'a I will ,FO'. -, 'i.: '

purposes of wqrk on private property,. such as road building I> > oldest weekly I ,,.(' ..."..
water hole digging, the commissioner in that district is .
or : i e Newspaper Published ,.Continuously : '
Katie,,as well a* the road foreman. All work done by county I Iequipment FLORIDA Under The SameMasthead KILLThem ; T'

must be for a county purpose. It was said.. "It t I :s ..; .

could be very embarrassing to a commissioner if, 'word of j ASS TiON E. L. MATTHEWS '"' F Fd9.W '.

private work told.in his district ever got to the Governor," the ; Editor and Owner For You! 69 '

board was j ,

''Upshot oftbe discussion was that:the board voted to go : SUBSCRIPTION RATES I Pests
Household __
back to the precedent set by a previous boardof not I I
supplying
: IN TRADE AREA OUTSIDE TRADE AREA_ Termites shrubbery.ests
culvert for private drive;, : ONE.YEAR 3.00 ONE YEAR ,. 3.50SIX ? i i

This is a commendable acti n1 and'each citizen ofc the county MONTHS .. 1.79' SIX. MONTHS 2.00' DIAL ," '$
: THREE MONTHS I.OO THREE MONTHS |.*S PER MONTH
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should 'appoint himself a committee of one"to see that -
Published Each Thursday and Entered i as Second Class MatterV6t .

; is, fairjyadministered..J i .i .' : t .. Dn- '1'gst'i4'St" 'i -,." ,ri e' ,Fla. tinder"--Act- *ei of"*'March, __S,".**1879, __"*'L.." .,. 964-3965, .. I : .
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| Thjntfads/ Take GHS 95'/2:; 27'/2 Jaycees Sponsor< \ Rit s: Sunday-l, 11P1.Car' 'Results 4pm..Sunday;' ,--" Sunday<; Shoal, t. 0:41

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I In Onesided Win In Dual Meet ; County-wide Track Meet A Success! For Mrs Hall. In DWI _ChargeA a. m. Morning' V/V.-JWP.. sLvcahi3 1=:-t. M-

Dinsmore man near Jaekson0' :;:Junior Choir, 5 p.

-.....- At'Pine Level *. 1f.;.? charge! with driving Vespers p. m. Youth'Fellowship,
Bradford High's thinclads ger, 54.6; 12( ] Leonard Dugger, --- -- ---- .
while intoxicated Sunday when his "*
hardly worked up a sweat as they 562. I -* 7 p. m. *>
I II car went out of control near
Posted, a 95 1227 1-2 victory Low Hurdles [111 Irwin Martin Mrs- Beatrice! Thornberg Hall.I ,
wr Prooker and flipped over. .
Over Gainesville High Srh&ol: in a 22.2., wife of Rev. \YiIxani: E. Halt
dual 'm" .: last Thursday.In 880 Run-[111 Dewayne McRae, -. pastor of Pine Level Baptist v. The car of Ira Odom, 37, went

a me'. i in which the GHS 2:05.1: ; [12] Mike Darby, 2:05.1: ; Church, died at her'heine west of put of control on State Road 235 SEE. CYPRESS

ions .-id n::>t ccinpete. the Torna- 131 John! Adams 2:07.2.: 'R'l. Starke Wednesday afternoon after i mile and a half north of Brooker ?

does t:;k firs place in every Sprint Medley Relay 111] an expended llfue..C3..1 and Skidded 339 feet down the
road and 48 feet the road I[GARDENS
event with ease for their victory Starke [T. Gardner Smith Dowl- Bern Nov. 29.. 1887 at Helena,i across ;

over OHS. ing L. Dug er1] 2:11.8.: ai r Ga., she Iud .lived, here for the into a ditch. di .
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rft ,.'.)..:J : 220 Yard '1(1( ] Marion ro pa*, ,18 years. it skidded another 180 feet down 11.3'a.1.111aE UlMUS s.. ;.
'<, : '. the ditch and turned over when
f:7': ,. ( .4 or Cottle, 23.8; ((21 Buster Hughes, Surviving, besides her husband,
1Ift'i} ..ti." the driver tried to pull back on
t tr tx 24.9. are. a daughter; Mrs. J. E. Mur-

> .t i. .L'".", rhee of HiUiard;; a son Guy W. the road. j!
Mile [1) Starke [MeKae.
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;.;i!', / : j, Hall of.Cocoa: two brothers: Ern- Florida Highway Patrolman !I
McLeo, R. Dugger, Darryl; s Radio-TV
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3394.: -- '. est Tharaburg: Rsme, Ga.; and I IF. Don O'Neal took the measure- I' Repair
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.1' } ments and Odom with
L. Thornburg Clinton, S. C.; charged
(,i, Broad Jump [11] Charles Me- y sisters Mrs. Veia Mitchell, I driving while intoxicated. Odom
two .
Lead, 19' 11 1-2"; [21 LrmroodWalters. .... "i Rome,, Ga., and Mrs. Nannie \fas .checked and dismissed from''dford' N E LMOBILE ""*

18 11 1-2"; [31 John o ;c.--: five County Hospital with no
Stinson, College.Park. Ga. KADIO
R.ridi:.h. 18 3". a apparent injuries. j j
t jraudchiidren, and 16 great ji i

.".',.rr- '" 9.. ,a ... 'rl jrardchildrtn: i 234 N. TEMPLE AVE.
: :f ", 'r. ? FIRST PRESBYTER14NCHURCH 1
: ';DolO .n --.-.- ---- --". -- .. _. Funeral services will be Held at < '
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r4 '.." "'7.? ._, 2 p. m- Sunday in the Pine Legit{ .:' I (located in North Florida
I Bevy Of Girls Take Off In 50 Yard Dash daptet Church with the following I 390 N Cherry St. Supply Co. store)
rR Barry D. Van Deventer Minister
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4 7 The third annual Jaycee Coun- -- .. ., '..' ministers officiating,:. :, Dr. RD., i,J. '
ty-wide Track ani Field Meet ,. Ingle, panior: 'Bsrea ,Bapttstiiiurch I.' Thursday Choir Practice, 8
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.rs t .: Jacksonville; Rev E. R,. p. m. : If no answer call
> was a rousing success with some
r 300 boss and girls taking pail in Bowers pastor ,First Baptist ? Friday Session Meeting, 7:30: WO 4-2113
Church West Hqllywooi; Rev._ J. .
the many events. Sponsored by z p.m.i -
Atkinson,' pastor ,of Corinth
p. -- A.
rP Saturday Junior Recreation,
the local Jaycees, the meet is i
Irwin Martin Baptist Church.., JackspnviUe;. ; and

conducted by the high school phy- .
Has! Cleared 12 Feet h ;: Rev. Alton Dobbs] pastor Be in'Ba.pt "
sical education departments and
Church Jacksonville.
Pole vaulter Irwin March: clear- the City Recreation Department. ATTENTION

ed 12 feet to equal his: best leapof Outstanding performer in the .Burial'WW. be in. the family plot FLORIDA MOTORISTS
.Buford Grove Cemetery at
the season and take first place meet was Greg Reddish who broke y '- ICI ICIF
director De-
Hilliard under the [ of
three records
in that event. Lynwood; Walters in the three eventshe

and William Silcox tied for sec- could enter. Reddish:: set Class Wilt C. Jones runei-ai Home.

ond place at 11' 6". B records in the 50 and 100-yard .se y. Active pallbearers will be Earl

dashes and the softball throw for Goodman,,, Fate. Brown Austin e
Starke's star high hop-
jumper
distances. Mittie Dixon set recordsfor Fender, Lucian Conner, Paul .
ped overthe bar at 5' 10 1-2" for
the Class B girls landing: Faulkner, and Felix. Sapp. Honorary j.
a first place while Charles Mc-
}broad jump and the volleyball pallbearers will be men of'
Leod took second wi'h a leap of .. ., ,. ..
LymvoodValters throw for distance to lead the ;" :: ,:. the Pine Level Baptist Church.
5 8" Another: BHS star, Sam Vaults lli/j Feet rn :J. I- ; :
girls. In all, 17 records were erased. : 42; '
Gardner, had to strain very little ... .
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from the books. '
" while tossing the discus 147 feet Slow-Pitch Softball I I in! Negress .Dies;
Five places were selected
: ,. --p' ,
and shct put 49 feet: 6 inches to ,-- -- --
League Meeting SetA : each event, but due to lack of.
win both events. Freshman TomOar.ner. Laboram
l space only the first three will be I Jaycees Abe Alert rombie, .Harry Green, George Ricks, Bobby At
:! Sam's brother, took sec-
meeting of all teams desiring I listed. Williams and Connie Clark time a shuttle relay at the annual Jay-
ond place in the '
shot with a!
heave of 41 feet 7 inches:-** 1 I to enter slow pitch sof tbal' league Class A Boys [13-15] I cee sponsored county-wide track meet. Lilly Belle Craddock, 38-year-
will be held at the Recreation De- Running broad jump: George f old Negress, home_ address *!J/2

In other events: 'partment's office on,Pratt Street Dixon, Joe Brown, Wayne Sapp; Parramore St., Orlando, was'founddead

High Hurdles [1] Torabo Ii!; Playground, Friday night at 7:30- 15 ft., 2 in. 18 in. [record Class A Girls I in a bunk at the Bradford:
100 yard dash: Cress Red- Standing broad jump: Carolyn.
Smith 16.7: [131 Buster Hughes,, Heil-
All teams interested in playing in High jump: Phillip Reagan! Labor Coopcamp near
17.8. \ dish, Tommy Lyons, W. E. Goult. ; McKinney, Barbara Masters Carolyn J
'the league should have a representative Tommy McLendon, Drew Groov- bronn Springs Monday. .
100 YardDash [:*] John. 13.9 [record!1. i Sullivan; 82'2 in. } AUTOMOBILE
; present. League play is er; 5 ft., 3 in. [record]. I Her death-was reported by Wit- ON
Red l5h, 11.25. 50 yard dash: Gregg Reddish, 50 yard dash: Carolyn Smith,,'
i tentatively scheduled to begin I I 100 yard dash: George Dixon, 'i i lie Singleton, Negro laborer, who .
Mile Run [1] Lee Cogdill,,',] Monday! night, April 17. Any team Tommy McLendon, Larry Crawford Tommy Lyons, Bobby Dyal; 7.0 Clarice .Coleman, Rosemary Buckley said he and the woman: had been I INSURANCE
7.3.Softball
4.56.4: Steinar Lorenteen. 5:12.1.: that is not represented at the i ; 11.5 [record]. [record]. ; living together.! .

880 Relay [1] Starke; [McSe11lour. -, meeting or that does not notify 220 yard dash: Wayne C'emoas. Football throw: Steve Prevatt,I' throw: Carolyn McKinney Dr.. P. G-: Felos, who had been 1. New low rates
Walter Reagan, David Maruca; : Clarice Coleman, Alic Raul-
Leod, smith Cottle will
] ,
the Recreation Department
Bob Reeves, Donnie Packham: ; treating the Negress,' said she
1:34.6. not be included on the schedule : 29.0. \\98 ft. [record!J. j erson; 160Va ft. [record]1. I was a chronic alcoholic and ,had I I 2. Safe driver savings

440 Dash llj Riehara Dug- of the first round of play. I 110 yard dash hurdles: Phillip I Softball throw: Gregg Reddish, Volleyball throw: Alice Rauler- I la bad heart and liver. DeputyI I I 3. Local service

Reagan, Drew Groover, Larry I Gerald Jackson, Tommy Lyons; i son.'Audrey Flakes,.Carolyn Sullivan -I I Sheriff Dolph Reddish said. there I agent

Announcement. Crawford; 14.9. 165 ft. [record]J. I : 70 ft. i i-was no evidence of violence and Ask us about the new low cost Automobile Pol'icies

Hop step, and jump: Steve 200 yard relay: Steve Prevatt,I Hop, step, and jump: Carolyn !| that death was apparently from written by The Travelers-the Companythat

Scotty Rhoden, Richard Kir-,Smith, Gertrude Johnson, Libby natural causes. I
Tom McManus 22 ft., 8
Yancey ;
M. C. (BUBBA) WELLSIS .in. chaine, David Henley [IstJ. Smith; 21 ft., 11 in. | Singleton was intoxicated at 1 invented automobile insurance.SERVICE .

BACK AS .. Softball throw: Mitchell Starling -;. Class C Boys 200 yard relay: Gertrude Johnson I| the time of reporting- -, the death. '. .' .' -. '.
Gene Whitaker, Gerald Sii- Standing broad jump: Lamar I Rosemary Buckley, De Walters Reddish nit, and was booked-on : -tlLq. }. gi & !

OWNER AND OPERATOROF cox; 180 ft.Football demons, Richard Williams, Mike ; Clarice Coleman tlst.l I that, charge -

trirow: Gene King,[ Crawford and Mike Hewer [tie]; !I _p ,. PLEDGE

Cole 113 ft,i76 in. [record!i. Attend ,
Gerald Silcox Gary ; Itude.qti
WELLS ELECTRIC SERVICE I 400 yard relay: Larry Crawford Thre broad jumps: Johnny I State Science FairSix : f
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I Tommy McLendon Gene Pass Warren, Don Griffis, Tommy r

(RecentlyOperating As Ace Electric Service) I Bobby McLeod [11st!. Chastain; 20 ft. I record F. Bradford High School sci-
I 50 yard dash: Lamar demons, E. Johns
And Is Located At Its Original Place Class B Boys Richard Williams, Mike Yar- Yy Running broad jump: Steve Wednesday for the State Science

744' NORTH THOMPSON ST. Prevatt, Gerald Jackson, Dale trough 7.0 [record]. 6i1 J I Fair at Florida Southern. College WO 4.0121 131 S. Walnut St. .

Phone Day or Night WO 4-4921 Free Estimates Crosby; 13 ft., 10 in. (Irecordl. !t Softball throw: Tommy Chas- J|fin- Lakeland. Starke Fla.

High jump: George Smith,.. tain, Mike Crawford, Timmy Kir-[ 4a j r The six students who will return

Jackie Bennett, Cary Smith; 3 ft., chaine; 105 ft. I r to Starke Saturday, all won REPRESENTING THE TRAVELERS HARTFORD

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/ (bids to state. at the. regional
Try Our 6-0 Record I s { ,r.x lt 1 science fair in Live' Oak last week-- s

BUDGET PLAN '. nd. Two of them Vicki Devrick

; I and Linda Wasdin,. won the first I
Beat
Baseballers
| and second overall. prizes for the I SPRINGTIME ADD

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AOL TIRES Santa FeBradford The tries remaining in the state four fair Starke are Harriet en-- NEW
Sale Palatka
HOME
Goodman, Donald Thompson,
i David Mickey IS PAINT TIME
.. t Dyal and Dansb Y. BEAUTYWe

High's baseball team I I, when 3B-Lane Clark doubled and I I Rea-ran The students .will' be 'cpmpa-

6.70 15 BLACK won two games during the past '; scored on a another two-bagger by High i Phillips Jump Champ t nied to the. state fair by BHS

x 95 week from Palatka and Santa Fe ed on a another two-bagger by1BKenny Science Instructor Richard Jockel:
$ and some'1rlr.'+"t9. Seber Goodman
Terrell. 'Class B Girls I .,
to remain undefeated in six con-I
TUBE TYPE == tests. I}I Catcher James Fender then. Standing broad jump: Mittie will drive the'bus.M Can Offer You More Than

After besting Palatka 5-3 in 10innings added an insurance run when he t i I Dixon, Cathy Hitchcock. Jewel

PLUS TAXtECAPPABLE & last week, the hot Tornadoes singled to bring in Terrell. but I I Allen and Fannie Wheeler [tie]; i t The Tabernacle> 2,000 COLORS

five of them batting over I was hurt on the play. The sturdy I, 83 ft .[record]. '

/ TIRE .300, put the whammy on Santa catcher will be out for at least i iI t Special musical numbers were

Fe' Rebels Tuesday: with an 11-7 I two weeks, Coach Charles }Francis; 50 yard dash: Maxine Redding- featured at the- Easter morning With Our Color Meter That Mixes Color

victory. I said, with a knee injury. Marty.!II Mittie Dixon Shirley Fuquay; 7-0 service in the Gospel Tabernacle, -

DELCO BATTERIESAllowance Backed by the live-hit pitchingof I Starling, recruited from the\ track record and the beautiful flowers used in To Match Your. Drapes Carpet Or Furni
Marty Crosby and Bill Jackson,!i team has been handling the I Softball throw: Margaret Ros- the chapel} were'the gifts of ;

each with 3-0 records, the locals catching chores since Fender's injury -'.ier1 Bonita Green Sally Hague; friends .and. members o f the
I
'for five with competency 111 ft:. *i in.Volleyball church ture.
; On bombarded Rej pitching I .
Any -
$S.00 runs in the first Inning and added I Hitting Great throw: Mittie Dixon, A baptismal service was held

Battery During Sale four more in third to clinch the I "Great", was the way Coach Shirley Fuquay, Jewell, Allen.86; in the Tabernacle pools Sunday We record Your Color Number For You, So That You

victory. I Charles Francis termed the Tornadoes ft. {record.] afternoon, conducted by Rev..Boll May Use The Same Color At A Later Date Or For
The five BUS runs in the first hitting over the first six Badaetf pi the First Christian
I Hop, step and .jump: Cathy.
Touch
Up. See Us For All Your Needs
Painting Floor
came on singles by Jackson and ; games of the season.. The Tornadoes Hitchcock, MarY Norman Bonita I Church.. The rites were administer ,

INTERNATIONAL MUFFLERS DeVore. four walks, and an error.I} have a team average of .298 I Green:. 19 ft. to eight applicants for membership Cleaners and Waxes.

Santa: Fe quickly evened the score with five men hitting over .300. i 200 yard relay: Sally Hague,I in his. church.- .

in the top of the second when Eunice and Kenny Terrell led i!Maxine Redding. Margaret Rosier,I ,

LIFE TIME GUARANTEE Jackson's magic suddenly: : vanish i the hitters with averages of .388[Shirley Fuquay. 1 Ust]. Methodist.Church THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL4'x8'x38"
ed. He was relieved by Crosby.with 'I Lane Clark sports a. .354 average.' I ,
Class C Girls
| Woody Stncklahd,
two men out.Pitching Shortstop : : I f Schedule, for week of, April .9.:
Barbara
50 dash Diane Cox -
yard : .r -
DELCO the last five innings,! batting .333 has nine ruhs-bat- I
:: McRae, Janet Nichols 7.9 i Sunday Methodist -Men'si
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Rebels scorelesson ted-in to lead in that department,
Crosby held 'the ;;
three hits until the seventh ;while Johnny DeVore ha3 scored i [record]. I i breakfast meeting in, Fellowship $

SUPERIDE SHOCKS SET OF 4 when they scored twice. i the most runs with 8.'. I Three broad jumps: Patsy [Hall. 8:30:m.. a. m. Church: School $1 50
19:45: a. Morning Worship, 1}
Starke's four third inning tallies Sartre frill travel to Santa Fe Hitchcock and Linda Colson [tie].
I a.,m. MYF Snack 6 SHEET ROCK
Griffis Supper p m. .
at I Patricia 5
came on four hits one a doubleby tomorrow for a return match Sally Moore. ;
Emory Eunice who is nittiiig 3.30, and will be in lake City at I i ft.. 9 in.Softball. I[Youth Meetings, 6:30 p..m Youth
Installed $ 95 j i Choir rehearsal, 7 p. m. Evening
.388 and an error.The 1:30 Saturday for their, : first game throw: Sheila Taylor. '
Worship 7:30 p. m.
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local boy;also scored single :; with Tigers this',season Sally Moore Carol. Jean Cox; 58 LOANS AVAILABLE To Paint -Add
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On Your Car Tuesday Guild 1 vii?' meetin
fifth record ,
runs in the fourth ant! ft. ( )
Dies Fellowship Sall 7:30_ p. m. A Room Remodeling Improve
frames to round out their scoring. i Carter Baby Any -
1-frs.' Ruth Johnson and Mrs.
First-baseman Kenny Tenell got t .. PENTECOSTAL: HOLINESS >
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After[ Illness FREE Estimates. Labor And Materials
It to first on an error stole second: I CHURCH Becky Simpson hostesses. Guild ments. ,

SEE US ,FOR BRAKE AND and came home on Eunice's single. Margaret Ann Carter, 4-raonths- f Sunday School. 10 a. m.: Morning ,1 of meets Mrs.,at Clyde same Sinclair.time at the Circle home 4 Up To 36 Months To Pay. $10.00

.. In the fifth, catcher Marty of Mr. and Mrs. Mack Worship 11 a. m. Evange-
old daughter meets at 8 -po at the home of
m.
GENERATOR REPAIRS Starling walked stole second, anS 1 Carter of Lawtey died \V dnes- listic services. 7:30 p. m. I Mrs. Eston Jor an.Wednesday Per Month.

scored on an infield eror and an i March 29, at ber home in
MOTORS OVERHAULED out. day "Come, let us reason, together." I Revival services CALL US FOR INFORMATION
i|Lawtey after a short illness.
Palatka Besides her parents, she is sur- I!begin, 7:36,p. m. Dr; ,B. C. Gamble

The Tornadoes had to go 10 innings vived by a brother, Forest Mack i will be the evangelist- Public. .in-

: DODD'S in Palatka last week before Carter, and two sisters Susan THE RIGHT POINT for theway ''vtted. STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIES

';Resting the Maroons 5-3 to notch Beatrice Carter and Rita Shir- Thursday Revival! cervices,
you write. Come In and select -
their fifth victory. lene Baxley, all of Lawtey.: --- 7:30: to 8 a. m.;10 a- m.7: 0 p, nt.Friday .: Phone WO 4.4201 Starke, Fla.

: SERVICE & AUTO SALES Starke,, broke up a 3-3 Ufe ban- Funeral-services-were_hgid last your ,favorite.ESTEEBROOK -'!'r Revival' services, ,':30

game after the Maroons had held Saturday at the graveside in the to 8 a. m.; 10 a. m.; '7:30 p. m. Complete Builders Service

528 S. Walnut Phone 964-3S61 thiii scorelesssince the second Lawtey Cemetery with Rev. LaurieMcKinney Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPHY Saturday Revival services,

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by releasing a parking space at verts and the clearing of a ditch I Commissioner Jerome Johns who I|I ': I

Council To Tangle I the courthouse at no 'cost to ,the I leading tov: Alligator Creek: The tried to assume the role of peace- i j f Fall-out Shelter : Ceiling Strength

city. I: only cost to the city will be one maier bcveen the space-war'fi : Lifted On Local

Bids Accepted ,'i culvert and the .use ol the city :m-t'A .IJ 1n3 repai=d y Slli-i i i Being Built

With% BudgetIContl :! Council accepted a bid of 12.75 dragline to clean J the ditch: whichis ZC" tEd naming! of a committee 4 ; Guard Unit: "

cents per pound on a year's sup on railroad:property., rout the Commission to s-acly: the :i At High SchoolA ; "Imposed ceiling strength limits
ply 01: chlorine from Jones Chem-:,. The culverts and a clean ditch complex problem and to try to I!! They'reBiting 4 Ord.
i, placed on Co. C, 748th Bn.
[ ued from Page One] ic&l Company of Jacksonville. The should solve wet weather problemsin reach a compromise. The day 'I I
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i have been lifted until further no-
family-type shelter \
for
that section of --- protection ,
town for some v t '
bid was accepted with the understanding ended however, with no such' :
right-of-way the towns-peopte that Jerome Johns, thecompany's time, Douglas said. agaim.; raiio-aotio: fall tire". U. Drew P. Reddisli, company -
r3up bE-ng:: aponeiAs j
would be paying a double tax. Starke j, out from nuclear attack Is being commander, announced yesterday. -

The,city, at present receives approximately attempt to have repiesentativejwill the price I|I an additional overture;' thai! At built at Biadford High SchOol in ,; .

$7,000 per yeai from lowered to 12 cents per pound. M rganConfers Cbmmisnioiwis 1 imited Morgan to) connection with the countyV> Cull'l 'I Lt. Reddish said that. a number
have"lunch with them as guests of I i : of had the
the county with which to repair Johns felt sure that his price I Defense Program Mrs. C. L. applicants jrisiled
and build Sheriff P. D. Reddish at the I Scholl director: of the CD program armory during recent weeks when
roads
and bridges in could be lowered that much to SampsonTrestle
_t A 1
the city. The money: comts from meet a bid by Apperson ChemicalCo. \With Commission county Jail. The Supel'inte'ndent'declined 1 t 4: ;_ _- I announced this week. j i the unit was not authorized to

4.68 mills imposed on county residents of Jacksonville. with thanks. I I LTI The shelter, which will be on i*i enlist anyone. Now that restric-
: In the wake of office' space I ..ions have been removed and the
as a road: : and bridge tax, ;, Council accepted the Jones bid view for the public when com- ;,

half of which is required by state ;i on the promise that "one't trad-, [Continued From Pate '1] needs, voted by some cooithouse I 4 pl&ted, is being built by uie in- ': unit may enlist any number ot
needs: voiced by some courthouse r :
i all interested persons are
lawtobe.reniittedtotheclty.Courthouse i :ng should be done at home." 1 : dus'.rial ar.s department cf BHS men
Parking to see if the school board could Judge Yawn the commission with Instructor Ted Ogleiby:; in i urged to visit the armory duringthe
A low bid from Shell Products I
jou2ht to solve the problem ,last __ __
Commissioner Johits also requested -! John Torode, distributor, was accepted -,, get by with the judge's present January by asking Morgan to :_ _ charge. Ogleaiy said he hoped to j day or on drill nightThe

for the second time that for a year's supply of quarters, and also see if the judge: begin work Wednesday. BHS was) unit has several vacanciesin
gas- vacate the'sou.h roam of nls '
meters be removed from six park- J oline for city vehicles. The priceon would be willing to trade. pre- selected to participate in the na- :' automotive repair, welding SuP-
sent quarters within 60 daystoprovIde _
ing spaces adjacent to the court- regular gas was. 20.1 cents, In the course of the conference tion-wide piojram by the federal ) ply, and artillery repair.
more space for th<. judge.
house on Court Street. Council refused per gallon; hi-test 23.1. Morgan questioned the authority Morgan refused to go along with government's Office of Civil Defense -| The unit will attend summer
25 to
to remove the meters on Mobilization Mrs. Scholl field training from June
In other action: j jof i the Commission to rearrange j jstated.
what he
termed "crowd andg
Johns' initial request, saying it :: courthouse "without a up 1 Twenty-three schools in July 9. Army service schools are
On space con
a suggestion by Councilman r; by" philosophy but diet
agree
had an obligation to for the ? : available to Guardsmen who wishto
pay sulting the persons affected." He Florida and 600 in the entire
Wayne Douglas the board agreedto to out the courthouse
move of as ,- attend and learn skills m weld
meters takenIn
and needed .
revenue --- -
said this country have been selected to par-
and
was "poor policy"
225 foot
run a sewer line on
the School Board could
soon as
automotive repair, supply,
by them for that ing,
purpose. Jenkins and Dell ,Streets in Renoto "I think that's; wrong." provide its own facilities-. A fine string of 24 mixed fish is shown by Aaron Summer and his ticipate.

.Mrs. Johns, who runs a beauty hook up three new customers. Commissioner R. H. [Russell! ,At Its meeting this week the grandson, David, after a profitable trip to Sampson Lake trestle "The program is designed to cooking, and clerical work.Lt. .
attending
Reddish Is a
In town said "I don't shelter I .
chop see teach the techniques
Douglas said he had!! promises from Green Jr. said: "I! I've made a School Beard authorized its architect Tuesday. Total weight was about 33 pounds, with the largest on the three-day orientation course for
'with business in the demonstrate
why construction and to
anyone John Diggs, Professor Thompkins, mistake, I'm sorry." ; to prepare preliminary plans I 'string: six-pound cat. Third member of the fishing party was David I newly assigned company commanders -
courthouse is any more importantthan approved methods of protection
a person with business in and Tom Harks to take city sewer At the previous morning session for new school adminiatrat.on offices -, Simmer. I against radio-active fall-out from j I at the State ,Arsenal in

service with a possible tie-in of the Commission, Green had and a bus maintenance barn I Blanding
my establishment." nuclear attack," Mrs. Scholl said.I St. Augustine and Camp ,
with several more homes.A said "the people" didn't like the to be located on school: property i or so.
As alternative To be completed this school I Item where the maintenance operationsare
an suggestion, high water problem at the idea of Morgan spending? $8,000 near the BHS athletic field. Morgan Morgan said yesterday he had 4th Graders Display I carried on.
the concrete block shelter
Johns the court- I'
proposed using residence of Edmond D. Tenly on for new offices. .expressed doubt, however, not yet conferred with Judge

Iwuse meters to replace faulty Orange Street will soon be solved I The 2 p. m. conference with that It would be possible to build : Yawn in regard to a possible Drawings On MexicoAt will be 16 feet 8 inches by 14 feet. YOU BUY THE BEST-:
of instead To be constructed above groundthe
meters in other parts town
by the installation of two cul these facilities for another ) trade.
I Morgan was suggested by new year Public WHEN YOU BUY
of buying new ones-there Library shelter will have walls three
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'The Qldren's Room at the ers of concrete blocks with gravel] V WestinghouseAppUnees

Bradford County Public Libraryhas in between. The roof will be madeof & TV
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r $1 i y: Mexico, done ,by the pupils of the er of gravel on top.

: 4th Grade in Mrs. Muriel Nor- The school will receive $256 in North Florida

i'J: man's room. The display was tnadefcy federal funds toward construction

I ..z.- _ .. ..V-. .V..- -...- :: :_ l ....._;.. :-.. :i. .: z -. .. ..-.. / some of the pupils in Mrs.:Nor- !, of the project, Mrs. Scholl said. Supply

man's room under the directionof
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; : : intern at the Starke Elementary W. C. T. J. 224 N. Temple Ave.

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This class has been studying TilE WARRIOR'S ARMOUR "You Can Be SureIf -

r- .V : __. V Mexico and the illustrations Include AND FOES.EPHESIANS. I It's Westinghouse"V
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WELL MET, EASY TO GET ALONG ; Phone 964-5341, or 1371 Bland-: FOR REXT 35 ft. house trailer,
WITH, AND HAVE GOOD CHARACTER -
twin
I Ing. Up] bedroom. Utilities furnished.
REFERENCE, MAYBE YOU Couple only. No peta. Phone 964-
BREAKTHROUGH : cQUALIFY.. WRITE MR. !9571. Sleepy Hollow Motel. tfch*
FARM
GREENE 659 WEST PEACHTREEST. .I
., N K. ATLANTA, 8, GEORGIA. i Equipment For FOR RENT 2 bedroom down-
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Stchg- 4-ff,I '!stairs furnished
apartment. F. F.
: Plowing: -
/ WANTED) 12 ft. Aluminum fish- i,I Planting: i I jB.-ard, phone 533-2861. Ztchg 4-13
V ''
boat. Will consider trailer also if'
price is right. Phone 964-7421.:! : INDUSTRIAL FOR SALE Used furniture. Mrs.
2tp 4-13 ;, Equipment For Every Job I Peggy Shaller, phone WO 45934tfchg

FIRMSHED: .4P.UTMINT Superior Tractor Co.

Suddenly Shell makes every other motor obsolete Sit uparliurBlft HOl'SK FOR, SI MLB room*, S 'I, Phone EV 9-6772 Small FOR SALE down-payment New 2 bedroom rest like home.rent.

bath '('''0 blok' from P. O. I I[ :5353> W. Beaver Jacksonville Phone WO 40393. Itp
:io \. Chl'rrlO.e ownrri J. R. |
liuIllOKton. j jTfchb FOR SALE Milton
upright piano
WILL TAKE elderly lady to
keep
-with formula which I in home. Or any nu children dayor rasonable. Can be seen evenings at
a revolutionary new fights UNFURNISHED- HOUSE- for rent. I night Call WO 4.0863. 2tp 4-< 125:; West Washington St. tfchgFOR

:3 I bedrooms. Near school. 655 ClarkSt. SALE: FRAME HOME. Can
FOR RENT
Available April 15 Phone T. T. 4 rooms and bath
be financed. End of Euclid/ St S
engine life Long 964-1581 %t chg 4-18 completely N. Walnut furnished.St. Inquire Located 133 on blks. South on Alton Rd. J. W.
the five internal troubles that can shorten RADIOS REPAIRED Thompson St. at tfchg N Thomas. tfcbg

\ll Ia"u11 ModtUReaoonnhle
Charge* Guaranteed For Rent 3 room and bath nicely FOR RENT Attractively furnished
SIinPUKHI RADIO and TV cottage.. Available Feb. one-bedroom cottage, N. Walnut -
Owner 1. Phone WO St. Call Mrs. KIncald, 989-1491.
InmaB Green. 4-2261, Margaret Howard -
Shell's research reveals five common 412: B. Call St. PlaoOf'0 4-8901 tfchg -_tfchg
the oil resists thinning. Then you're on the way to a Starke, Fla.
WE NEED: Copy of Jan 1, lUO
Thus, new Shell X-100 Pre- major repair bill. HOME FOR SALE-By owner. 7 Will 50 for
internal troubles that can shorten the life room bungalow on corner lot. Car- Telegraph. pay cent
.. mium eliminates trouble from New Shell X-100 Premium WE HAVE a new Wn program for port and utility room. Near tennis first one brought to our office.2t
of All five work and V. sudden It farmera. Loans 01 1 to 6 yean court and play grounds. 431 Center 4-1
your car. silently temperature changes. sets all such fears at rest. It resists for the entire. credit requie- St. Phon WO 4-3351. tfchg
lubricates just as efficiently in reaction with sort of mInts of the farmer and bis fam WANTED -R. N. oJ I.. P. N. Nurse
unseen. it does in any ily. Gainesville Production Credit HOUSE FOR SALE 206 North for relief work. 4 days a week.
V June as January. anti-freeze. shrugs it off. Association. (20 North Vain. Broadway St. Conveniently located. Doctors, Hospital. tfcbfPETTOX

These troubles are additive ash, crankcase Trouble #4-engine acid The additives in Shell X-100' Gainesville, Fla. tfch Phone Ideal for 9846811.retired couple.4tchg 4500.4-27 FLORIST

Premium resist washing out HELP WANTED SALESMEN! 11* 8. THOMPSON IT.
dirt, temperature changes, engine All :automobile engines manu- on AGENTS FOR SALE PHONE WO 4-41U
facture acid. This acid can do with water, too. In some oils, Man or woman. Pleasant profitableroute Ready mix concrete, concrete block !NIGHT WO 4-381 IIW WO t-lt23
acid and cooling system leaks. th friction.. additives can be lost to water work. Full or part time. Large rqnc, fence poits. sand cement DISTINCTIVE n.cJWZRIWF.
far more damage repeat orders. Earn $2.50 per houror M"tar mix, rock steel oyster shell WIRE FLOWER ANTWHEHBtfCBJ
leaks. In Shell X-100 Premium,
Ljnerock and Roof Gravel. Phone
It can eat away at engine partsin more. Age no barrier. Write Mc-
Read how new Shell X-100 Premium WO4-2521, Bradford EngineeringC _
much stomach acid they NESS CO., Box %766, DeSoto Station, .
theway stay.How Memphis %. Tenn. 2tp 4-6 tfchg EXTRA LARGE two-burner circulating -
fights all five internal troubles. can .cause ulcers. Then you're much does oil heater for tale cheap.
FOR RENT 4 room furnished apartment -
trouble. WANTED MAN to build kitchen Suitable for industrial or large"
really in Shell X-100 Premium cost? cabinets. For Sale lavatory and Private entrance. %%4W'ellt home use. Must move now. We need
One way to combat. engine commode. Phone 4330, Keystone Lafayette St. Uchg pace. Bradford County Telegraph
TODAY, every Shell dealer in to build up can affect your car'speronnafJCeCan acid is to make,the oil alkaline. If you drive the national averageof Heights. Itp FOR RENT Furnished efficiency WO 4-5101: .. tfchg

has new Shell make it knock Many oils use this method. But I 10,000 miles per year., the FOR RENT 3 room apartment. cottage for bachelor. Modern and -

X-100 Premium Motor Oil and run roughl New_ Shell X-100 Premium. here's what switch to Shell X-100 Premium Electric kitchen. Christian couple attractive. Good neighborhood. INTRODUCTORYOFFER
happens. 145.00 mo. Call Mrs. Renner, WO 4-
ready for your Spring oil change. New Shell X-100 Premiumdoesn't (with regular oil changes) will only. Phone WO S-1545. tfchg 5744. tfchg
Tlie alkaline ?
New Shell X.I 00 Premium is add to this problem-because Oddly enough, nobody yet neutralizing effect/ of cost you only $3.60 more than COLONIAL FLORIST FOR RE Furnished 1 bedroom Engraved Business
1 oil inevitably gets weaker Only F. T. D. Florist In Starke.
a genuine breakthrough becauseit doesn't knows exactly how Alkadine ordinary oilgh'e or take a wired Flower house. Suitable for bachelor or cou- Stationery
it contain a single Flowers any place.
the oil available works. But the of the end weaker as engine acid eats ple. Rent reasonable. Hot and cold Letterheads
is only motor V proof nickel. And probably nothingextra for all occasions locally. Phone 500
metallic addit \'e. the alkalinity-tUl it eventually WO 4-C2S1. SOI East Nona St. tfchg water furnished. 570 W. Call St.
that helps protect your car simul-- pudding is in the testing. After tip if you already use a premium Phnne WO 4-4681. Itchg 500 Large Envelopes

taneously against these five Trouble #2-crankcase dirt '1,200,000 miles of city driving, stops ivorking oil completely.Then grade. FOR RENT V- Nice unfurnished FOR SALE Wooden typewriter 500 Business Cards &

'. internal troubles that can shorten engines of test cars lubricated your no longer givesOU Drive to Shell service 2 bedroom house. Newly decorated. desk and swivel office chair.-Mrs. FINEST ENGRAVING
All accumulate crankcase anti-acid protection. your Phon. WO 4-0383. Itp W. B. Mlddleton. Ph. WO 4-OtOl. tf
engine life.Trouble. engines with Shell_ X-IOO Premium ) station and ask the dealer to
ALL FOR 48.05
dirt no matter how well V showed so little sludge that it Shell tackles this troublesomeacid change oil while the engineis DRAPERIES SLIP COVERS and INCOME TAX SERVICE
#l-additive ash they are protected by.f filters.The could be measured. problem in a your ask for upholstery work done. Call Mrs. Mondays thru Fridays after 5 p. m. Plate Included
V hardly new.way.: still hot. Be sure to Howard Tucker, 274, Keystone All day Saturdays.
Up to now, even the best pre- problem is to stop this dirt from Shell X.lOO ,premium actually Shell X-100 Premium in the Heights Fla. 4tchg 4-13 Charles Hutcheson, 521 Pratt St BRADFORD COUNTY
mium oils getting together and forming Trouble #3 ill WO 4-1195 IStchg 4-13
motor were powerless plates ; engine surfaces white can. It protects your en- FOR RENT Furnished apart- TELEGflAPH
; to guard against additive ash- sticky sludge which can clog -temperature changes with a thin chemical film. The gine from all five internal trou- ments. Reasonable rates. Near ll ALL TYPES LAWN MOWERS MBM* m*** -* *a i a

because they actually created it. your engine. oils tend becometoo metal .literally adsorbs of shopping center. ,Phone WO '-% sharpened factory way. Pick up and FOR RENT bedroom house. 711
to some Shell
V Many motor bles listed above. or call at 21$ S. Cherry St. ( delivery. Calvin Johns phone WO N. W. Cypress St. J. H Moncrlef.Uchg.
\'hile endeavoring to keep your Most premium oils use a detergent thick when cold and too thin Shell X-100 Premium's protective Oil Co. Office. 4-1441. tfchg

crunkcase shipshape,some of the additive to do the job. when hot. qualities. Chemists call this tfehy

i ingredients in these oils contributed And they perform well. But,like New'Shell X-I 00 Premium is phenomenon "chemisorprion." HASTINGS MATTRESS BY OWNER.HOME,I FOR rooms SALE, 3 bedrooms EVENING SEVER TOO CLASSES LAB for TO adults.JOIN AH

to the hard crust of ash other additives, most detergentsare ah all-year oil. Here's how it "Chemisorption" offers a & UPHOLSTERY WORKS 1 and % baths, screen WiTch nftlity subjects. Credit if wanted. Writ.
H'iL
old room. In Saratoga Heights. $1000 Director. Pox 110, fltarke, or call
metallic and that
inside combustion chamber. cause works. Alkadine has molecular longer-lasting protection against Call WO 4-
V your a 710 Lemon St. Pabtka down. Payments UI mo. WO 4-3071) or visit Adult Education -
All other premium motor oils devil-ash, structure that resembles basket. acid attack than any other 71 n. tfchg Office, usa Bldg. for additional
have the Shell's solution, i U to replace V Furniture Repaired, Uphol information. Nero. adult
Still same snag. of eels. method yet invented. FOR SALE 14 ft runabout 30 contact principal RJE School tfeh*
V The trouble stems from the detergent with a remarkable new When die oil is cold, Alka- stered & Refinished hp Johnson m tor. Ski*. rope and -
tilt back trailer. All In good shape.
metallic additives used ingredient known as a dispersant Trouble #5 MATTRESSES REBUILTNew WORTH THE TRIP
to present dine's eel'-like molecules oirl up Sacrifice for $500. See at IU Pln -

scuffing, dirt deposits, oxidation ,.called Alkadine.* as if for comfort. In effect_they -cooling system leaks: Innergpiings wood Dr. Itchg, Mobile Homes-Always below

and so forth. These additives The Alkadine In new SheD take up less space in.the oil- Tiny leaks of permanent anti- and Box Spring TUPPERWARE i i market, and clean.

do what's expected of them. X-100 Premium "helps keep your and'the oil Sows freely throughthe freeze can play nasty tricks with Drop Us a Card or Call DEALERS NEEDED! I LAKE GENEVA

,but with each stroke of the engine clean by'holding dirt particles ,tightest bearing, even 'on many motoroils. A BULLETIN FROMSRF.l.J. PALATKA EA 5-9166 IN STABKE t VICINITY CALLJACKSO.NVILLE ,I TRAILER PARK

V ....piston, they can leave a tiny apart.Thus they don't form cold nights. VV These oils can react chemically RESEARCH .. STABKE WO 45334UBS. PO -ltM AND' 1 mi. SE of Keystone Hts.

: 'amount of metallic salts in the sticky sludge. Some particles can Conversely, when the Alka-] with permanent anU-freeze' where 1,997 scientist" PEGGY 8IL\LLEB., Starts, FIND OUT HOW YOU CAN BECOME -! on Route 100

combustion chamber where they }>e trapped by the oil f Iter most nine in new Shell X-100 Premium and form a horrible sludge which are working to make roar "pet A' DEALER WITHOUT, FOR RENT Furnished apartment.

bum and form additive ash. are drained out when' you change V is hot its molecules uII.TJiey can'actually bring an otherwise ei'go&tterndbetteri :V, ANY CASH INVESTMENT. i ii Ideal for couple. Contact Mrs._ E. L.
take IOOi .And standstill Vi' WANTED RELIABLE WHITE woman i Crawford, phone WO 4.2175." 2tp 4-C
oil. more healthy engine to a V .
ThisirustyashwhcnalowedV your up :.
:. V q ,,, ,' ; ... to care for two school children FOR RENT Modern 3 bedroom
.. ., t '."!.''/'iIif-_ :.i.. evenings. Apply in person at 727 house. $50 per month. Call 914-245.! LEARN TO FLY-CODUo8t Lacy Coa-
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Lafaytte St. or call SJ4-I5W. Itchg Itchg way, phone WO t-.O$$. Ucqm

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i is being transferred to a base, in Lees. I I TTTTTTTTTTTT' T T Y Y TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTVTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT'TTTTTTT part in the Easter Parade, including -. P. Jennings is teacher in charge:

California. Mrs. Perser is accomp- Mr. and Mrs. Leon Starling and Mrs. Vennie Washington of C. C. Anderson, principal; D. B.
NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED
LAWTEY% anying him.During children were visiting relatives STATE FARMBy Daytona Beach Mrs A. Ferrell of Richardson
reporter.
the week Mr. and Mrs. here Sunday and attended Easter CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYBy Jacksonville, and Mrs. Urttta I -

Enia M. L. Turner visited: Mr. and Mrs. services at First Baptist Church. Strong of Lawtey. Please remember -
By Blanchard
Mrs. O. E. Crosby
THE RIGHT POINT for the
I P. Patterson and family and Mrs. Cora Turner has returnedto Ozora Shell our sick and shut-in members.

IAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALAAIAAACooterIlarley :I the J. C. Hews family* in Pensa- her home in Bonifay after an AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAaltW............................................ -Ranell English, reporter.. way your you write.favorite Come ESTERBROOK in and select -
i cola, Mrs. Lula Chitty and familyof extended visit with her son and Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Edwards and --., New Bethel Baptist Church, .Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH.

Mrs. Ann Cooter of Gainesville Bonifay. Mr. and Mrs. Howard .daughter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. M. daughter were in Jacksonville last Thurston School News 1 Plans are being crystalized for i Rev A. B. Vinson pastor, will hold

announces her marriage'Lo Sum- CUshIng and daughters, and the L. Turner. Friday. On Sunday, April 9, at 3 p.. m.< our mid-spring drive. Watch: this I regular church business meeting

ter D. Harley of Lawtey. Max Davis family of Tallahassee. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shuford of Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Crews Mrs. S. C. Price and pupils will paper for'the date, time and I Friday night. All of the officers NOTICE OF INTENTION TO

The ceremony was performed by Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Thomas and St. Augustine spent Sunday with and children of Auburndale spent render a program at New Mt. place. Mrs. Audrey M. Gibson and members are requested to be REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAMR

Rev.. Troy Wakefield in the Meth- Dianne visited Mr. Thomas's mother Mrs. Shuford and Dave. Saturday night with his parents, Pisgah A. M. E. Church, sponsored president; Mrs. Rosa Green, treas- present as business of vital importance undersigned Notice is hereby under the given provisions that the of

odist Church after the Maundy Mrs. Sallie Green,.in Jack- Mr. and Mrs. Burnell -Wilkison Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Crews. They by the Missionary Society, Mrs. urer, Dea. Carlswell. finance officer must be transacted. Re- Chapter 20,953.: Laws of Florida
sonville afternoon. Mr. and children of Miami were Sun- M. Holmes porter to be Acts of 1941. will register with the
Thursday night service March 31. Sunday were Sunday guests of Mrs. Crews' president. All patrons ; Addie Leggett, reporter. appointed due to the Clerk of the Circuit Court in and
Mrs. Harley is employed at the and Mrs. James Mitchell and day guests of the W. J. Wilkisons. brother-in-law and sister Mr. and and friends are invited tc come Cancer Lights Qn passing of the late Pauline Mar- for Bradford County, upon proof of

Little Duchess Beauty 3alon in family and: Mr. and Mrs. Giles Mrs. Hattie Darley, Miss Sinia Mrs. Milo Siegler. out and enjoy the program _that On Monday night April 10 shall. publication o this notice, the fictitious

Gainesville and Mr. Harley is Mitchell and children were Sun- Prescott Mrs. H. W. Bennett and Mr. and Mrs. Lewis and chil- has been prepared for you. There starting at dusk "Lights On" for Anderson Junior High Notes under name which of If I and am G engaged TRUCK in STOP busi-

town marshal of Lawtey. They are day visitors of the Milo Smiths. Joey were dinner guests of Mr. dren were in Jacksonville Satur- will be no admission fee but a Cancer will be conducted by Miss The fourth and fifth grade ness Florida.at Rt. 2 Box 219-A, Starke.

making their home with Mr. Har- Mr .and Mrs. Freeman Starling and Mrs. Vaughn Prescott in MId- day afternoon. silver offering will be taken. Rev. Mae Frances Jenkins in Bradford classes are sponsoring a plate Harry C. (Frank) Broadway r

ley's mother Mrs. A. H. Harley. and children of Jacksonville spent dleburg Thursday. The dinner was Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Whitfieldof J. A. Grimmage., pastor Mrs. M. County. She will be assisted by lunch on Wed., April 12, in the O. Box :C 1. Starke. Florida sole
Sunday with the Hubbard Harley in honor of Vaughn's birthday. Holmes President Mrs S. C. captains all over the county which II owner
in Lawtey until they get their new Campville were weekend guestsof cafetorium, starting at 8 p. m... Dated this 14th day of March A
home completed.Mrs. family. Easter dinner guests of the W. their son-in-law and daughter, Price, Principal. will include: Brooker, New River, Music and dancing will be added D. 1961 at Starke, Bradford County,
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. Barnes F. Moore's were Mrs. Gayle Torode Faculty Basketball Game Lawtey, Hampton, Lincoln City, Florida.
H. W. Bennett. Mrs. H. C. Mr. and Mrs. Milo Seigler. features for the evening. Mrs. Z.
Kelly Mrs. Ralph Wise and Mrs. were Sunday guests of Mrs. Myr- and Jeff of Gainesvlle and the Friends of Mrs. Ellery Reddingwill This is the postseasoIbasket, Keystone Heights, Pleasanc Grove, 4t---4-18

tle Barnes and family and they Tom Casey family. be glad to know that she ball game you have been waiting and Reno. Names of the workers -
Knight with the teachers and was
room mothers entertained the all attended Easter services. at Mrs. O. J. Boyett and daughterof able to return to her home last for. The RJE Faculty AU Stars I will be released in the next issue I "We eliminate the middleman's profit"
Level Church. Valdosta Ga. and Mr. and Mrs. against the when the financial
Pine student girls team. reports are
from Vincent's. Hos-
Saturday
children of first, second third St. .
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sweat of Raymond of Jacksonville spent pital. She is making You will see such guards an "forwa"rds made. Let's fight Cancer with a One Quart
and fourth grades at their homes. a good recovery With
Each
Egg hunting was enjoyed.: There Jacksonville spent Sunday with Sunday with Mrs. Ed Duroan and from her recent operation; in action as: E. W. Thomp- check and a check-up. I F R E E

were prize eggs and a prize was Mr. and Mrs.: Carl Carter. Mr. sons.Miss Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Williams kills, F. s. Pierce I. B. Harvey S. Red Cross Drive or Gallon One you boy. %j:. ,
Arthurine Blanchard of D. Williams, O. R. Shell. D. B. Red Cross workers are still in-
.
given to the ones finding the and Mrs. Paul Dinkins and Davidof were visiting her parents, Mr. and
most eggs. Refreshments were St. Augustine visited the Car- Jacksonville spent the weekend Mrs. J. H. Hundley, in Jacksonville Jackson M. J. White, M. J. Lee terested in your contributions to Prices Start at $2 qt. $5.98 GaL
with Miss Enza Blancharr. and other graduates as substitutes complete their reports. Mrs.:. M. J.
served after hunting was over. I ters on Sunday. Mrs. Dinkms and last Saturday.Mr. .
Miss Mary Julia Futch was Fri- that will include "Greasy" Easley White Principals C. C. Andersonand
David are spending the week with and Mrs: P. SCrews were
Mrs. H. W. Bennett and her i the Dinkins and Carters. day and Saturday guest of Mrs. Sunday afternoon guests of Mrs. Amandalene Chandler. The stu- Eddie Thompkins are three MARY CARTER PAINT STORE

BTU Class. Misses Patricia Starling I Joyce -Futon. On Saturday they J. M. of dent team will include some of the of the leaders in this drive. Let'sall
Catherine. Virginia and Ger- Sunday dinner guests of Mr. Bradley Kingsley Lake. 501 N.W. 8th Ave. Gainesville Fla. FR 67588SERVIC
visited Mrs. G. W. Durham in state championship players: Cap- be good followers and help the ,
and Mrs. Paul L. Dinkins were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Miles and
trude Cruce attended the Sunrise .
Jacksonville.Mr.
tain Ruby White Dorothy Ham- Red Cross because "Good Things
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Burton of Jack- daughter of Macclenny were Saturday -
service in Starke Sunday morn
and Mrs. D. A. Jones are ilton, Vera Austin. 'Betty Crum, Happen When You GIve:Staff
ing. Afterwards they had breakfast sonville, Mr. and Mrs. Horace Cox night guests of Mr. and
very happy with the arrival of a Irene Pitman Sandra' Long, Net- reporter.
at the Garden Restaurant. of Waldo. Casey Dinkins and children Mrs. Robert Turner and family.
son, Wayne Douglas. tie Mae Early, Edna Belle Williams CHURCH NEWS
of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Turner and their
Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs Bette Heath Gwendolyn Mt. Moriah Methodist Church,
Paul Dinkins of St. Augustine Miss Elizabeth Terry was Friday guests were Sunday dinner guestsof ,
H. C. Wainwright were their son Robinson and others. This Rev. McClendon pastor, held regular -
overnight guest of her sister Mrs. game Eii
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and the Charles Dinkins familyof her mother, Mrs. Alice Anderson -
Clyde of Bartow Mrs Rebel Rho- will be _
Starke. G. W. Durham in Jacksonville.On in Starke. played in April so watch Easter Services on Sunday _%
den and George Forbes of Gainesville this paper for the date. You can't starting with Sunday School at 10
and M-Sgt, and Mrs. Al Peraer Mrs. Gordon Peterson of Arling- Thursday the fifth grade of Mr. and Mrs. C. R. McDonnell afford to miss this hilarious treat.If a. m. Supt. Robert Dell in charge; r

of Savannah. GaM Sgt. Perser ton spent Sunday with the R. E.NATURAL Lawtey Jr. High spent the day at and sons of Tampa spent the r you think the students'can't be 11 a. m. morning worship sponsored -
Stephen Foster Memorial at
weekend with her brotherinlawand beaten come out and the teacherswill by the trustees. wonderful
White Springs. They were super- sister. Mr. and Mrs. R. P. I
show delivered Rev. Obie
you exactly how it is sermon was by
vised by their teacher, and enjoyed -
McLendon. ; done without a "hickory stick." DeSue. This service is held each .
all the exhibits and the boat- SALES
ride was a special.Mr. Spanky McLendon and Henry :Teachers of Anderson Jr. High in month to help with the expensesof ( )
Clark, students at F5U. were Lawtey will also participate. the church. Persons interestedin
and Mrs. C. R. Crews andVera Wednesday night guests of Span- Carnation Club joining the usher board are SERVICE

spent the weekend with Mr. ky's parents Mr and Mrs. R.. P. The regular meeting of the club asked to meet with the layleaderand z:2':

and Mrs. Bill Woodard and the McLendon. They spent the long was held Tuesday because of Easter officials so this board can be

H. C. Crews family in Clearwater weekend visiting in Clearwaterand holiday observance. Plans are reorganized. We wish to thank I\P' RCAVCTOR 1ttc

Mrs. Linda Boatright and :daughter Key West. being completed for the 11th An- Sis. Annie Jane Dell for workingso C

joined them for Sunday. We are sorry to report that Mr. niversary celebration. W. Brooks faithfully and producing sucha STEREO ft RADIO WOodland SERVICE ON

and Mrs. Bobby. Stafford' baby president A. R. Jenkins, reporter. wonderful Easter program and SALES A REPAIRS
PINE LEVEL BAPTIST CHURCH 4-6901 ALL MAKES
is a patient in the University Fiesta Club the parents for attendance and ---------
Dependable EconomicalPHONE ------------
-- Cliff Fowler of Arlington, Texas Medical Center in Gainesville.Mrs. The regular meeting was held support. All Easter activities: were

WO 4.1301NIGHT WO 4-2411 .. Mission Director of tho World Carolyn Beasley is a pa- .last Saturday night at Wateroak very successful. We knew that SHEPHERD\
i Baptist Fellowship,. will speak tient in Lake Butler hospital school with President Clarence the members and friends will regret -

CITY OF STARKE GAS UTILITIES DEPT. Sunday morning and evening at where she jinderwent an emergency eSue in charge. The hosts were the passing of Rev. E. M- _1KMAND..-GREEN_ OWNER__ ___ __--- _11 Z E. CALL STARM

the Pine Level ,Baptist Church operation Saturday night. i Mr and Mrs. L. Z. Baker. A delicious Hurley, District Supt. of the

lI: .. -cJ I menu was served and enjoyed Jacksonville area. He died at .
by all. The club is open for Brewster Hospital after several

new members until April 15. For weeks of illness. Funeral-arrangements -

AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY further information contact any have not been completedbut ON

of the present members wnich include Holmes-Chase Funeral Homeof '

: Mr. and Mrs. John Cum- Jacksonville is in charge. The

mingS Mr. and Mrs. Jerr Clark. family can be reached there for

Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Long, Mr. expressions.New TI

AUTO GLASS AUTO TRIM FLOOR AND TILE OFFICE MACHINES and Mrs. Clarence DeSue, Mr. and Hope Baptist Church, RevL ,

CONTRACTORSBobby ... _. MrsMTZr Baker,>Mr.'and'Mrs. E. i :'W..Mosley'pastor; held'services

MauldiqVAuto\ Glass' I Baker Auto Trim : Hancock Typewriter t Blye. We are pleased with the all day Sunday:starting with Sunday -

COMPLETE STOCK CURVED L* Bryan Exchange progress being made by John School at 10 a. m.. Supt. John While

GLASS CUSTOM INTERIOR TRIM TERRAZZO CERAMIC Smlth Cummings by way of recovery Diggs. Jr. in charge; 11 am. RECAPS
Windshield & Poor Glass ASPHALT PLASTIC TILE -Corona Typewriters since his accident.-P. Cummings, sermon by 'the pastor; 3 p. m.
Replaced In Any Make Headliners Arm Rests HARDWOOD FLOORINGFloor Clary Business Machines reporter. Easter program by the Sunday They Last

Car Or Truck Floor Mats Upholstering Sanding & Finishing Repair Any Make MachineFR 400 Social Club School with Sisters Christine

We Handle Saftey Glass Lowest Prices FR 6-6762 FR 6-4445 6-5551 The 400 Social Club will hold Diggs and Leola Morris in charge ANY SIZEMARTIN'S

FR 6-2553 FR 2-3226 1939 N. E. 27th Gainesville 431 N. Main. Gainesville regular meeting at the Try-Me Music was furnished by the Junior

1314 8. Main Gainesville 1021 E. University Ave. Gainesville GARDEN SUPPLIES OPTICIAN Cafe each Monday as scneduled. Choir with Elaine Pinion at the $ 95

Any interested persons in the piano. Mrs. Evelyn Johnson secretary -

AUTO SALES & SERVICE Beckum' OpticiansLindsey community who is concerned about I ; Glennis Solomon, report. .
Johnson & Faris Inc.
COMMERCIAL community is in I CAPS
L. Beckum, R. O. progress erg
IMPERIAL CHRYSLER REFRIGERATION Complete Line of Lenses vited to join this club. Contact Allen Chapel A,,JI. E. Church,

PLYMOUTH VALIANT SEEDSPLANTSFEBTILIZE$8 I, Artificial Duplicated Eyes-Prescriptions Quick Repair any member or finance secretary Rev. L. A. Sampson pastor, will j Plus Exchange

Authorized SalesPartsService Refrigeration Filled Promptly Dea. Cartswell. Addie Leggett re- observe Trustee Day starting with i
Hawes-Powers Insecticides-Pet Supplies porter. Sunday School 10 a. m. Fannie
22 W. University FR 6-3516 jit
Service Co. 'We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders' Gainesville Fla. Citizens Committee Meeting: I[Frazier in charge; 11 a. m morning NEW HERCULES TIRES
Motor Co
224 N. W. 8th Ave. FR 2-0476) The
Sidney Leopold Owner regular monthly meeting of service with Junior Churchin
FR 2-2561 Commercial Refrigeration Gainesville, Fla PHOTOGRAPHY the; Citizens Committee for the charge; 6 p. m. evening service

204 N. Main Gainesville Air Conditioning GIFTS-WATCH REPAIRS Betterment of Youth will be heldMonday The Youth Contest will terminate 1st Grade--Nylon OnlyWe

Used Cars 312 N. Main Friridaire lee Makers Roy N. Green, Inc. April 10, 8 p. m. in the on Sunday Which time all con

PR 6-3400 Sold And Serviced Anytime Bill BarnesGIFTS Direct Color Portraits for Gifts RJE school cafetorium. Several'teenage" testants are asked to make re Do Not Believe In Seconds

LINCOLN MERCURY Gainesville FR 2-8392 Commercial Portraits problems will be dis ports. Rev. Sampson is asking all.
cussed at which time parents and officials of the church and other
Heights FR 6-7700 Photography
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COMET-FIAT- CLOCKS WATCH REPAIRS
Complete Camera Supplies patrons are invited to attend. Open interested members to attend a See Us At Station. We
Authorized Sales-Service Parts Specialists in Fine Repairs to
1118 W. bearings are held in the interestof special meeting at 4 p. m. Pleasebe Price.
Trained llechanlcsGood CONCRETE PRODUCTS Antique Clocks and WatchesFR University FR 2-4656 Cannot Quote The Price
your children; none of this present as business of vita
Gainesville, Fla.
Used Cars %-86<<5 In Paper! Competition
information is secret. It is your importance to the church must be
Barkley Motors INSIST THAT ALL YOUR 222 W. University Gainesville ; Might Think We Are
POWER SAWS duty and privilege to come an 3 transacted. Don't forget Junior '

615 N. Main Gainesville CONCRETE PRODUCTS LADIES WEAR help us keep your children: out of Church meeting every Mon. 5 p' Starting A Price War

ARE THE BF TEdwards FROM McCULLOCHCHAIN forest Hill and Marianna TrainIng m.; Girl Scout meeting, Thurs. 31 s

B. & G. Motor Co., Inc. Cherry's SAWS Schools chairman, O. R. p. m. RJE.-E. J. Givens reporter,

HILLMAN BuildingSupply Gainesville's Most Fashionable NEW-USED SALESSERVICEFlorida Shell secretary. Ebenezer Baptist Church Bar See Us Before You Buy .

OLDSMOBILE -: CADILLAC Inc. Address For Ladies Saw Co. Benefit DinnerA E. D. Robinson pastor, held Easter
DRESSES SUITS COATS special permit will b* granted services starting with Sunday
Authorized Sales-Service: -Parts i 726 S. Main FR 2-4844: ACCESSORIES FR 6-3411 this club who will sell dinnersat School at 10 a. m., Supt. Henry Any Tire .
2538 N. E. 19th Dr.-GainesvilleSEWING
FR 6-7515 Gainesville, :Fla. 105 W. University Gainesville intervals to promote the program Bryant in charge; 11 a. m. sermon -

.. 115 S. W. Second GainesvilleVOLKSWAGEN MACHINESSinger of charity. A two-in-one by the pastor music by the

DOORS WINDOWS MEN'S WEARSilverman's i special will be the feature for the Junior Angel Choir under the
SMITH'S
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Sale.service Parts Sewing price of the dinner. Yes, at the leadership of Sisters Ruby Fishe

Machine CenterUsed Try-Me Cafe, Sat. April 3. twill wn and Ranell English; 3 p. m. a
MillerBrownMotors Florida JalousiesOF "THE MAWS STORE" be able to eat as cheaply as joint Easter program wa held

t Inc. GAINESVILLE, INC. Clothing Haberdashery Singer Sewing Machines one. All members are expected to with New Mt. Pisgah. The Pastors

Fa3532, WINDOWS DOORS Shoes- Sportswear Many One Of A Kind purchase a ticket and bring a Aid Club presented Rev. Robinson SERVICE AnON

ALUMINUM AWNINGS Formal Wear Rentals Starting At $9.95 guest. Several of the club officials 23.50 to help him while in attendance
1030 E. University Ave. Gainesville t
FR 6-6310 attended Sunrise Service at AllenChapel at the
Palm Rwirh Awnln Winrtnw.. 208 W. University, Gainesville State Baptist
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FR 6-3502 216 W. University GainesvilleSHOES on Easter Sunday Re v. Convention in Jacksonville. Many Lawtey,
All Meet A.WJ&A. SpecificationsWrite :
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B. M. C. SPORTS CARS AND LONG DISTANCE. for The Entire Family .I (Cut Here For Souvenir of Civil War Confederate Money)
Authorized SalesPartsService ELECTRIC MOTORS MOVING, FORTUNE FOR MEN

Storage And Crating CHARM SET FOR WOMEN
FR 2-2585
220 N. W. 8th.. Ave., Gainesville Electric Motor Gainesville FR 8-5224 ENDWELL FOR CHILDREN I
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Crane Motor Co. ,Repair Co. 21 W. University Gainesville I II

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606 E. University Ave.
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1030 S. Main, Gainesville I
11I4 1025 W. University Gainesville
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TTYYTTTYYTTTYTYTTTTTTYTYTT T T .'YY'TTTTTYVYTT Bill Baker Elected was the Museum tram, "Main TSyo Acquitted' 1 Yaeko Hinck Rosemary Daurer is TffTTTTVVTTTTVVTVTTVV1: :family of Green Cove Springs hadas

Head Of Street U. S. A." assembled by the! Substitute. weekend guests, Mr. and Mrs.

KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS; ClayCattlemen's Ford Foundation. On this tra'iKj On Charges Rotary Club ,Dane I MELROSE r Carl Ford and daughters.J. .

Ass'nBill the .boys got a glimpse of life in OF Operating StillTwo l The Keystone Heights Rotary E. Mathews of VaL A?la, Ga.

By Mary\ Schaeffer, the U. S..A. 100 years age..There Club will hold its annual. Spring : By Mrs. Alice Rothhannntr1AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. !: died last week, at the University

Baker of Lake Geneva was were exact replicas of drug stores, Clay, Electric Co-op em- Dance on Saturday evening April' Medical Center.

A A A AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAACALENDAR elected president of the Clay barber shops home kitchens .etc. ployees were acquitted a ,Putnam 8" at Keystone Beach Pavilion.i ; The Baptist Church had an
County Cattlemen's Association at j of that era. : There will be Rock 'n Roll for the I
County circuit of
FOR WEEK: Saturday, April 8 court jury Mr., and Mrs. John Bellerjeau of: Easter egg, hunt for the children
a meeting held.Thursday night of:: There was even an old Blacksmith charges of < a moonshine youngsters,!and waltzes and fox-I
This week, we have decided to Boys' Bowling Team, Palatka, P possessing Indian River City visited Mrs.i iBeUerJeau's of this church.
calendar considerablyby 10:00 last week. j shop. Pack Leaders and II whiskey still.. trots;, for those who don't care to''Iwori.so .
shorten our a. m.
parents Mr. and Mrs.t The winners of the Duplicate
Other officers elected at this( Den Mothers were proud of the The defendants, .Raymond hard at it. Time, will be I
using certain initials, namely: Catechism Grades 1-6, 10:00-: Carl Ford.
I I Bridge Club include the following:
K. S. (A., Keystone School Audi- 11:00 a. m., S. W. H. time were: -Rep. Sam- Saunders- Of-+i: Keystone Heights group ass they- Mann, 20, and Carl Goodyear, 23, from 8:00: P. m .till midnite. It1 Joey. and Randy Walnwright; First place, Mrs. Alice Ketchum

torium: K. B. P., Keystone Beach Beta Club Car Wash, Walker's Mlddleburg,.vice president, E. Mc-, behaved very well. After their dd} not ,testify, but their attorney will be semi-formal.- tickets : visited their aunt and uncle. Mr.; Second
and Mrs. George Phelps
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Call. Green Cove Spring secretary .tour of tlfe terminal,the .Soys en- declared, that evidence failed to will be $2.50 per couple; $1.50
Hall Service 10:00
Masonic m.5:00
Pavilion; M. H., ; Station : a. : and' Mrs. Bunyon Kelley Bessie Rutherford and
Miss
and joyed a picnic lunch. b! stag.. I place
Jennings
; Murrhce Key-
the confiscated
prove equipment I
S. A. P. H. St. Anne's Parrish p. m. Mr. and Mrs. Evan Spires of PearsaU Third place,
: stone Heights, treasurer. Directorsare :' Mr. Wyman then called. on.Bill'I comprised a still Proceeds.will be put to good use Mrs. Ralph ;
House: S. W. H., St. William'sHall Girl's Bowling Team, Palatka, Miami and Mr. and Mrs. C. A.I Mrs. W. E. Moore and Mrs. Walter -
; B. E. B., Baptist Educational 2:00 p. m. George Valdejuli of Keystone, Few again, who gave out the"a--, A. third suspect in the case Joe by.Rotarians.. Hoffman: of Gainesville spentEaster and fourth place,

Building; C. C. E. B., Community Hay Ride for Teenagers, meetat T. W. Baker Lake Geneva, and wards for' the March Meeting;. as: Johnson.17 told the jury, that the Juniors To'Hold InstallationThe with their parents Mr. I Mrs.J.R.Grolick P. Vogh; and Mrs. Gladys

Church Educational Building: S. W. H., 7:30-10:30 p. m. Jack Wilke 'S n, Clay HilL follows: Jimmy Widtt. Lion still(: found by sheriff's deputies Keystone Heights Junior and; Mrs. A. C. Spires. II McGill.
The association passed 'resolution Badge; and Roger Smithwho; In Woman's, Club will hold Instal-
a wooded Grandin
M. P. H.. Melrose Parish House; Rotary Club Annual Spring a area near Mr.. and Mrs. John Hill of i| School'News
W. C., Woman's Club; and Sk., Dance, 9:00-12:00: : p. m. at K. B. ,urging a legislative act to has just finished his lion requirements belonged to him and the defend? lation of new officers on Thurs Stratford.. Conn., visited Mr. and
Skytel. We hope this is under- P. make fenced property automa- and will be awarded his krit .' Johnson previously had day evening, April .13. at,3:00: p. Mrs Lee Williams. I Saturday April 15, beglnriing

standable. Sunday, April 9 tically posted without placing badge at.a. den meeting later. pleaded guilty.Departmgntr m, Special invited guests will be Mrs. Bobby Bryan and children f at 5 p. m. the Junior Class will
signs. The boys closed the meeting the. members of the seniors. ,Woman's I hold a chicken dinner in the
6 Attend church. See noticesin
Thursday, April your Steve and Id n., of Gainesville
with a live circle, ;'- Club. Ceremonywill begin school cafeteria., Plates will cost
Section n of Duplicate Bridge other part of column. visited Miss Ruth Bigalow j
entertainment of the $1.50 for adults .and $.75 for
even- at 8:00
Club meets 10:00: a. m. Bring own First Baptist Concord Choir the. Executive. Com : p m. Mrs. Maude Robinson of :
ing was put on by Den 3, and the CHURCH NEWSCommunity children. Proceeds will go for
sandwich. [at W. C.] Practice, 6:00: p. m. I correspondent this evening. mittee' presented the following Gainesville spent Friday, night !
Den.,mothersr Stella and to finance the ban-
Elmore helping
Community-Church Choir! Prac- E. Y. C., St. Anne's 6:30: p. m. Tuesday, April 11 I slate,. of officers to serve for the Church with her sister, Mrs. E. W. Stein- \
Helen Warren. The group resent- The general meeting of the! quet during the JuniorSeniorprom
General meeting of W. M. U., I
tice, 7:30: p. m. Young People of Community l'iSuint'year:, President Everett ert. '
McKay's Women Bowlers inLeague Church meet at '1:00'p. m., C. C. First Baptist Church. ed an appropriate play,."A Day in ]Fox; 'Vice President, Ed Conheen; Community Church Women was Mrs. John L. Harpe ,aiH son i The dinner will end at 7:30

Palatka;(9:00: p. m. E. B. Cub Scouts Den 3, S. A. P. H.. the Life of'a Station Agent." j Secretary' Jack Haberstroh; Tr a- held, on. Monday' evening. John visited her daughter and: and at 8 the Senior Class will
Title role was played by Jimmy ; The United Churchwomen of present their play "Too Many
Friday, April 7 Monday April 10 I after school. surer, Fred Mullingi Fire Chief son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Earl''
Smith. Other characters"Included : Florida win ha.ve'a meeting! on Girls" in the auditorium. Admission
Scout' 147 after Brownie Troop 229 after Tommy Millican Assistant
Rotary Luncheon Meeting, M, Girl Troop ; ; Chief Hartsville and children in Jack '
School. M. P. H. school S. W. H. the Mischievous Boy played by :R. N. Sunderland: Captain HenryQ. May' 15; 16, ahd 17 in Daytona sonville.Mr. will be 50 cents for adults,
H., 12:15 noon.: MickeyBrokas the Stuffed Shirt ; 35 cent for students and 15 cents
Cub Scouts Den 1, S. A. P. H., Woman's Club monthly business : Hall; Captain; Gene Williams; Beach. Anyone Interested to' attending I and Mrs. Eugene Easterling
First Baptist Church Carol and I by) John Warren; Absent-minded should contact Mrs. David for ch"ildren.Coach .
meeting 2:00 W. C_ Lieutenant '
: m.,
after school. p. ; Sam Gardner; Lieutenant and children, Cathy and Terry,:
Cherub. Choirs Practice 3:45: p. m,, Professor. Kenneth Nooney The who Is President of to
; Nelson the' Joe Phillips wants
Covered Dish Supper St. Wil City Council Meeting City Hall, Edwin T. Bennett; First spent Easter with Mrs.Easterling's j
Girl Scout Troop 190 after liam's Church Hall, postponed ::00'p. m.Community. Timid Soul Ralph Murphy; and Aid Officer; Charlie MeGlave; that* organization.- sister Mr. and Mrs. Glynn Roth- alert all the boys going out for

school, S. Aj.P. H., from last week; 6:00'p.' m. Church Sunday the Cowboy from Texas, by Sieve and Chief Engineer C. L. Ownbey. You' are asked to keep iu mind hammer and t family. i sPH l',( o.W all that'practice will'llT'

Cub Scouts, Webelo's Den, S. A Teenagers Instructions, St. William's School Executive Board meeting, Elmore. As no further nominations were the family covered dish supper Mr. and Mrs. Joe Farmer, of, emrtidCetI-'Qn"1tl1t- !Pare at
P. H.. 6:30: m. 7:45.: C. C. E. B. The boys had constructed: ,a presented 'which will be held on April 21. r .M
p. in Priest's study, 7:00: p. m. frdrnthe floor cn proper Spencer. N.C. spent the weekend f iI '

Boy Scout Troop 105, S. A. P C. A. P. Cadets, '7:30: Sk. Masonic Lodge! Meeting, 8:00p. : ticket window and a stop-look- motion andi second, the: fore St.William's Church with their parents. Mr. and, Mrs.i Facial i air
m., M H.Wednesday.. and-listen.: sign as appropriateprops. i /The Altar: Society will- hold a I
H., 7:30 p. m. C. A. P. Seniors 7:30: Sk : going'were elected by acclimation John Ross:: who are here for the : Gdn 'FbteVtr!
The boys of Den 1 had .Rummage Sale in the old Wetsern
April 12 to-serve-in 1961 and will be installed .
DuPont Men's Bowling, League Community Church Board of ; I 'winter. j
Cub Scouts Den 3, S. A. P. H. made a locomotive from big Auto Bldg. on April 14 and 15. j Methods i
Gainesville 7:00 p. m. Stewards meet at '1:00.p. m, C. C. : at the April meeting. I Mr. and Mrs. Francis Cole visited Medically Approved
after school. drums, and the, boys from Den 2 Please' be collecting things" for
Bert
Major Christ ftcrs. Jr.,
Section 1 1 I B. I in Stewart. ; ., The' best way to
Duplicate Bridge ,
ljE. had constructed train from
a this sate. I '
Prayer Group and Bible Study and John 1
i,, Hammond .of the Civil Mr. and Mrs. Jerry fliyirii'have '
meeting; W. C., 8:00: m. Phone news in to your l11t11dnt tlils i
p. your cardboard boxes X'J
: The people of the church J
young
meeting at Community Church AIr Patrol were on hand to"' present i! moved to Gainesville. ,
_._- Den: 2 boys had made special will hold,a Hay Aide'' from I 7:30i cess hair problem :j
Parsonage. 7:30 Civil Patrol f
p. m. a Air Film call-
; : Mrs. Nettie Mann spent the 'In .
McKay' At Keystone St. Anne's Junior Choir Practice Easter tie-clasps to wear for the ed "Contrails",, which wa: = ,very till. 11:30, on Saturday evening''i weekend in Melrose. > request Is to cane profes-" ;;;

3:45: p. m: meeting, informative and was' enjoyed by April 8: This Is anlnvitational'affair i; Richard .Stone of NewCastle, siooal jrdvfter, A; i

3 BR, Tiled bath, Lit, DR, K, screened porch, carport St. Anne's Senior Choir Prac- Mrs Mrs.Hinck. Charlie Entertains Hinck,-entertainedthe all'present.' : youngster' and their 1:30! guests and]i I Penn., step-grandson n of the late', case analysis! can ; .
will meet'at the'hallat
tice, 7:30: p. m. ''Chief Millican reported four : Mrs. George'stone spent the wfeefcin i>'Determine.I hoW ,
plus 200 ft. on Lake Geneva. Good beach, boat basin, First Baptist Church Adult members of,her BowlingTeamwith 'f1i-es. during, February, An, auto will be left at the hall again at :
Melrose. i iI I I to cope with your:
excellent shade, almost new. $19,250. 50 per cent down. Choir Practice, 8:15 p. m. a Japanese. American 'fire at.West End of Lake Genevaa 11::JO. and provide tlie'r! own I; Mrs. Bunyon Kelley and son .;, hair condition. j I
Estrellita- Luncheon at her home recently transportation home. No one will '
Club' Meets total loss: Florahome Texaco ]
j
The older homes are in the best locations. We have Thursday, April 13 She and.her. guests are all,members Station, total;' loss; ,Chimney fire bee taken-home in the hay-ride jville.i I Bunyon. spent Friday in. Gaines-, j i G i i chargfe There foi'I*' con no

one newly renovated with attractive lines, 4 rooms ,Duplicate Bridge' Club Section of McKay Real Estate's; [at. Nelson home; no damage;, and conveyance. ,, I i I Mr. and Mrs. Walter' Cwert of sultation. E. Dwyer 1i

bath up, K, DR, LR, Fla. room, porch, : powder room n, 10:00: a.- m., W. C. Bowling Team which, bowls each I a Television fire ,at Anthony The regular monthly covered- New York visited'' Miss Ruth Big i DWYER
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downcellar, lots ofcitrus, big lotfenced, pretty shade, Community Church Choir Practice -I. week on..Thursday evening in Pa- .home. T. V. damaged. dish supper will be held'o: Mon- i I alow on their way to ,Sarisota. i Electrologist.e u e

2 blocks from Public beach. An excellent offering. 1:30'p.. m. latka. Mrs. ..Hinck served her Twenty.five members attended day April 10, at 6:00: p m., in i'
Cross
$11,950. Terms. Junior Woman's Club Meeting guests a .delicious Chop JSuey the meeting; and three guests.. thehall.. Since l last Monday was I I Sen. and Mrs. J. Emory : ((17 Years Experience)

W. C..'8:00: p. m; made mostly from. ingredient .Mother Of'Lbeah1LuhDies: Easter Monday,, the supper was I I and family left for Tallahassee i 107 W. Univ. Ave -Galnevill

McKay's Bowling TeamPa-. from San Francisco. The table Funeral services were held on ostponed until,.April 10. :j last weekend 1 Call! Fit 2aS9' for appointment
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( S. E: McKAY REALTOR latka'league, 9:00 p. m. was set with chop sticks as well Saturday; .A r11\l.\: at theWil- Club Car-Wash I I MrM .,and. Mrs.: Ralph.Novak. and till.f. >. ., x- .. "-

Cub Scout.Pack.Holds as .forks. Mrs. Hinck instructed liam -Thomas Chapel, in Gainesville Ct I members of the Keystone'I

Interesting Meeting chop-sticks, and Bev Widegren for Mrs..; Pauline Bachmann ; '
: ,, School Beta Club! will hold zIKI SHOP
Mrs. M.\ Ilgen, Associate Cube Scout Pack 305 held its,. claims she can pick up a pea with 84, mother;.of Mr Albert Bacmann l Ii car-wash; at- WalkerS! nltC DECORATING

March meeting at. the Ccmmun- them now. of Heights, .. -
; Keystone !jStationoft Saturday, April 8; from
Ke'stone'IIeights Phone 3071 2391 &
2051 ity Church Sunday School Build- Those who enjoyed the: party 'I'I:' Mrs. Bachmann." who was born OO: 'a; m- till:5:00: : ) p. m Cost per lit Wiggms Biiildhife Keystone Heights

ing on Friday evening March 31, were Settle- Sprow, Dottle ,Mc- in Heijbronne} Germany, was a :ar will be $1.50.Continued .

at,7:30: p: m. Opening prayer was Murtryr Beverly Widegren,.Frances :resident of Gainesville for the past i.

led by.Rev. J. R. Smith, and 'Barr Murelli, and Rosemary '17 years. '( .. ... on, next... .page. ,). PAINTSAN'I)
r ry' i fU'P"
ry Wyman Jr. led the Pledge. of Daurer.) ,. ; Besides Mr. Albert Bachmann, ([( [ )
\ Silver Anniversary, Marked AIDS,
., Alegience.In she survived!I by ;another son,,! :.;&4" PAINTING
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the absence of Bill Belote; With Open ,House,. u two daughters, a sister six.grandchildren : ISTAAISIII'IIOI
\ Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Muir held -Fire-.Casualty
Pack Master 'Barry Wyman; Sr. ;; : : and five great-grand-
Open House at; their Bonds: and Allied Lines
Peach.Street
was Master of Ceremonies. He introduced bhildren. Wall Paper Sample
home on Saturday evening April i Burial in the (1-
the three members of was EvergreenCemetery Reynolds Insurance
G flveJyears .. ..
1, to celebrate twenty .
Gainesville.
the new Webelo's Den; namely, ,
@) Barry, Wyman Jr., Jimmy Wildt, of marriage Their ,anniversarydate Duplicate Results Agency We Do Papering arid' Pafatttiff

and Johnny Muir. These boys is April ,4, but the Saturday I! On, Thursday morning- March l W. L,, Reynolds

NEW YORKNew have been busily engaged In work- night date; was more convenient 30, Mrs. Helen' Phelps and Mis .Phi; 2442, '2761Keyslone'Heightg \ Phone Keystone 4505
for the sixty or more friends'who : Fla .. L-1- .. .< .
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ing on their Scout Tendertoot reqUirements Alice--Ketchum were high-scorers : .< York State's Capitol at Albany, built in the style ; Barry Wyman, Jr. called, to wish them, well. ;.'at the. .' regular- ; nieettoe. off the { .-.- ." .. ..- rI r- .. ,

of a French chateau, occupies a three and one half gave the Boy Scout Law; John The refreshment table S centered l Duplicate Bridge, Club Section,n

Muir gave the Scout Oath and with a' threetierededding i Mrs. Lucille Davie as1d.Mrs... Lilo '
acre park at the head of State Street Hill and overlooking ,
promise; while Bruce' Sunderlandgave cake beautifully decorated with iPiedgedn were second high while KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, .. MEtROJ

the Hudson' River Even in 1894 when it ,was the Cub Scout Promise.Steve flowers and silver candies. A.iarge Mrs..jQiloert-Allen and Miss,Bessie I

built it\cost'\ $25,000,000. One staircase cost $1,000,000., Elmore gave the Cub Scout Law glass punch bowl was at either Rutherford were third, high.t ,

of the Pack.Inspection. ends of the table: There;weret1w t r Section t- which usually meets -
It is called a monument to the art of stone-cutting. The '
was conducted by dishes of candy, nuts; potato Jon Friday evening did not meet ; BUSINESS! : DIRECTORY
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Capitol is open from 10:00 to 4:00 daily and guardsare chips; cheeses,-etc. Miss Margaret as it was Good Friday:' r
Bill Few who inspected uniforms, . ,
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oh hand to direct visitors. Other sights i in Albanycan shoes,.fingernails: etc. Muir, daughter: of1 the-happy couple :Juntos GfVe Party At Shnland' .. ; ,- > ft' _Ll ,'. : :" "

be seen from the observation helped ,Etc servo the punch. i i The rhemhers of the' Keystone .
tower of
the State
Mr. Wyman called on Mrs. APPLIANCES VRedfean's GIFTS-TOYS : LUMBER'San\
Mrs. Sam'Gardner cut and served Heights JuniorWotnsil's'Ciub entertained I
Office Building Near Albany is the battlefield and Doris Sunderland to give an account r
the cake. their cottage: t of Madopr-

spa of Saratoga. entire of Paek the to interesting Jacksonville trip the on Among the party guests; were ed" girls at SunlantT; Training Appliances j X7jena6. ,. ;I Lebryofb Lumber

and Mrs. Dan' Pater Center lit Gainesville with a i
Mr. who were tttflTOINT APPLIANCES' i
Saturday, March 25. when they Co.. '
THE KEYSTONE STATE BANK visited the Rail Road Terminal observing their 18th; wedding anniversary Easter Party last week. Especially Maytag[ : Wishers' and Dryers \ We Specialize In, Custom
r April 1, and Mrs. enjoyable:for the girls ,were' the
on Zenith T V I
there. There were six automobilesfull Ii Ira
and dances taUght them by i : Cut Extra th-!*'
Bill Few who was having a1 birthday songs kijj
of happy Cubs departed at ; Mrs Joe Daurer. Everyone"Inclutf= Service On All Makes : gift Knit Dried Pine K Bnildtar
that day. Appropriate greet
MEMBER F.D.I.C. 9:00: a. m. that morning on the Kgystogg-Hgightar '?honew 4252 I 3lstereti
Ing the hostesses joinedIn the .
to all these folks
ings were .
H' A Friendly Bank in A Friendly Community planned trip.' In Jacksonville, the sung fun, There was punch and cakes Largest & Most Cetnplete-Seke-! Cement=Mortar Mhr--h'tet Rock
examine four locomo- I by the group BOATS-. : : Lion Grty tln Card ,add ToysIn 31111
; boys got to of. \ on Hywv 21,_ at Mlddleburg,
,' Ky&tone..Height,, Fla.. .' KeystoneFirt Department and cookies prepar ct'bY'Mrs. W. !
and the This Area
tives at close see Phone nu
. range Nominates Officers. L 'Bye and' Mrs Charles T !- The' Boat Barn, i,I : .2-52U'... ,
.. inside of a' first class passenger Keystone Heights. i
ford. At' the'conclusion of the I} _. I
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train with'sleeping cars, roomettes At the March 7 meeting ,of thiKeystone' Melrose GR 5-2701 ,! PACKAGE- STOlfeShaughanessy's
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party, the Juniors presented HARDWARE
etc. Highlight of the trip HeightS. Volunteer' Fire '
girl with an Easter Basket. The. NRUDE
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(See Other Side This Ad) clothing coItected' for them by Brooklyn
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DOORS OPEN 11:30 EACH' DAY FEATURE STARTS 1210f -11008&O: I.Club Welfare' Chairman. Miss _______ SERVICE Supply House ,
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> l'i Southwell, and'( .Mrs' !
e _. ., .. .. ; .; 1 VARiTUNG, PAINTS OPEN 8 A.1li2"ttj.t. DAILY
NOTICE CharlILlaye: : j !I CLOSED
I McKay's. Bovten Still CONSTRUCTION i il' I Outside House PaintSPECIAL I Keystone Meirosp.SUNDAYS;

Starts April 16 On'Tep*A o.,> .\- Mil Reslstant i I.L._. .-- ,, HighwayREAL ,
I 'McKay's, Real Estate Bowling Bar-Mar Const., Co. i 1.93 GALLONKeystone '

1i 7 rfM( FLORIDA Teamr .. iow U in second

W MARGARET MITCHELL'S "THfAttiSTA&EE.FLA.' f I every the,Women's.Thursday League evening;which at Azalea bowls FloridaRooms Additions -.- Garages Awnings :, Odom's' Hardware & I C. J; 'Pete, 0'Co lnorBEAIJr'OI

STORY OF THE OLD.SOUTH ._ Lanes-' Palatka: Aluminum'\ Siding: FILV, loan- SupplyBABDWARE ;4

I ; These girls have, maintained Ph. i\ -r Lawrence $lvd. i I .

either top place or second place KeystoneFLORIST' Heights, .- I PAINT REAL ES'tATE3fORl'O.tGESI
ever since the league started J last' OJ 1' L. I' Cemmt Blocks Bed Mix I'.I APPRAISALS
GONE WIIB TBE WINB I IS .Cement .
PalL; TheY-are- tied tor second' Keyjton ,HeI Jhb. Phone 4297
: ... Sinclair Kerosene and Fuel Oils| ..
I place. and only twropoints from I
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first place. Edna Williams i Meter Service !RESTAURANT DRIVE-IN
i 3f.lrosfe' Phone: OR 5-5421 :
l The' team ttnrtea?irr 'Js vk- FLOBIST-JTCB&ERY

|yule at a tournament on March FLOWERS I I MILLWORK,- White Top D rill .IHj

& CLARK GABLE vlvmw mGW[ t t I> hl1! f Ill; The'resa&afe: not to. ForAIT Occasions'4 I i, !j "A GOOD PLACE TO EAPDinnen -
.Pb neGR 54331 I
yet,-bat.we do know thatthe.star 1felmtl. "', !I .- SandwJctwsr -. *
+ I i tf the team. Settle: rov. .bowlSHratfalnes -* Keystone
BOT1'LEKeYst Sodas
GAS =
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\ td Iri the 2OTS1 AIT Millwork. Shop Take Out Orders-

lliE HOW RD\OIlIVI deUAMIf a 1 live.menders fef rive ,te atowled 1t Gas CO. CABINETSnO0fWINDOW. Open U a, m*--Midnite

i :, t In an f .t_ .;iSingles doubles, and J4 'HOUR'.- EBYICE FJLUES-SCItEEXS Fisherman' oa Catch an4

f i...:fI1t5- .. PHONE 4351 Trim, JIaterlab3fad ClGIt'i'e1I'OJGX',' Sn

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THURSDAY APRIL 61961 BRADFORD COID\TY\ TELEGRAPH STARKE; FL6RIDA PAGL' XIXL

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I fYf..yv................ Feather Court as the guest other w...VTYTYTYYYYTTTTYTYVTlMELROSE II I' I I' 1III1 ,".6 .. -.. I II .....), Clerk' rt the Circuit Court, in and Florida, wlierwa C. E.< Mile and j I quarter (,{ 1,x"'vest jn-irici of
,for Bradford County upon proof of Dallie Miles, are the plaintiffs and!]I Section ::;. Ti\\n:-'ii-! ,:' nth
KEYSTONEHIGHLIGHTS parents Mr. and Mrs. Paul Harvey : : Home'Demonstration I publication of this notice the fictitU1 W. J. Johnson and Carrie Johnson,ba.# 1" fU'r..",
I left on Friday for her home I ous name of WELLS, ELECTRIC his wife, are the defendants I will;I more! or It-ss lymj a d ,)t'.I),? situate -
She SERVICE, under which I am en- sell to the highest bidder 'for cash I in Bradford s-"-.u'tJi' l 14..:d r.
in Medford hap-
Mass. was
I 1 Notes gared'in business!! at '744 X. Thompson at the front door of the Bradford I Dated thin 9th diy of :Ifauli! A.
py to leave her parents much improved rcY..1h. .-.y... ...... r St.. Starke. Fla. Cuunty Courthouse in Starke, Brad-: D. mi/ ,',
in health. Mr. Harvey was 1 M. C. Wells 742 N. Thompson ford County Florida at 10:00 o'clockA. I (SEAL)
: Continued 'oin- rule. I
l4 AAAAAA &&&.&A..6. I Preceding I, DOI k cfrby' noss"i street -Starke Florida sole outer M. Mt e' 27th day of ,March: Charles A. Darby,
hospitalized when she arrived ; .Dated this 34tb day of March ,ArD. A.D.. ,1961..the following described I I Clerk of Circuit" Court'
(Continued.from Preceding Page) I and her mother has also had some begin.right after school is out this I i Home. fierapnstration ,Agent j ., Florida.1$61 at St rke- Bradford County property Decree, asset: forth in.said Final I By Marian L. Crosby,
to-Wit: Deputy ClerK
I sickness. summer.
I E 30 4t 4-29
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Per4eals'' Rummage And Bake Sale Simple H Record-Keepihjf? Mrs/rE. L. Cox and Mrs. Hal The North nait of the Southeast Ml 4t 4.4
t Mr and Mrs. Harold Ramsdell ,
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Mrs. Florence Lambert left on I I Income tax'tinie Hamilton used dyed shells as itc -- .'
i of Arlington, Va., ,have left for The women of the Melrosa may be ah unpleasant egg NOTICE TO DEFEND.
Sunday'to return to her home in::their home after an enjoyable !Methodist Church will sponsor a I II i reminder that,a' better, containers for miniature uni i uetsof'flowers. la The Circuit Court BradferdCa'atr .
Connecticut after visiting her I Rummage and Bake Sale at the system of keeping records could These were placed'on Florida: 1m Cfcanrrry --
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1 stay at the White Feather Court. William S. Terry, Plaintiff vs.i Spring Track Sale
grandson and family for the winter Charles Brown, old post office buDding Saturday make preparing your returns less: patients' trays for Easter' Sunday Hazel ilejinda Terry, Defendant.NOTICE'TO .

.She"was the guest of Mr. and I Mr. and Mrs. April 8, from 10 a., m., to 4,p. m. hectic. at dinner. APPEARTo
l, Mrs. Barry Wyman and boys. Mrs.;: newly-weds from Willowgrove the, I Proceeds will go for the parsonage Many families avoid keening records -' Dates Anead' residence: Hazel and Melinda address Terry is 529 whose Glen- BEST'DEAL. ANYWHERE-on NEW & USED TRUCKS

Lambert will miss all the uonder- 'Penna., spent two days over .building fund. Rummage maybe because!; "they h ve'T..o'good'' .April 12..=;;. Demonstration I mawr _.Avenue, Columbus :, Ohio.
,
fur friends she made here. weekend with Mrs. Brown's aunt left at the educational building workable system.: Here is a simple o1:1t'oRubY Johns, Beauty Shop,at I Ton are" hereby notified that -asuit.
: fot'dh'ofCt" has been filed against i SERV1'CER'OffER'T'S
Charles ,
I and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. i SALES PARTS
e Mr. and Mrs., George Mosteller by Friday April 7, or call GR 5- record-keeping system that anyfamily1 13; ,,P. at Care' br the fare ,and you in the Circuit Court of
McGlave. The Brown's were en- selection of colors of cosmetics Bradford County.. Florida Chancery -
from Williamsport. Penna. were 2124 or GR'52842. will find easy' to keep : wherein William I S. Terry is .
at' the White Feather Court for route to :Miami for a honevmoon. Working on your records systematically April 18:- HoI f DemolUtration Plaintiff and,, you are the Defendant. I
about five days last week and Divided FIRST METHODIST CHURCH is necessary to success. questions being asked'iIi -Jiscuss-II You are hereby required' tof'erv& : : CHEVROLET AND

1 their time between the cottage MELROSE' 1. Have a place where you can ing'personality' traits; Sl!ch Am, pleadings a'' to ootly, the:-of complaint your Answer on the or OLDSMOBILE ..

at the Court and the homeof'thelr St. William's Catholic Chapel Sunday. 9:45: a. m., Church keep your financial records This I?' Plaintiff's' attorney, 'S: L. Scruggs, '

bdusin, Mrs. Charlie Mc- Keystone Height School for all ages. 11 a. m., may be a desk or only drawer, Tray' -s FavorsEaster Post Flortdaq Office and to Box file 197 the., Gainesville original ofsaid Green Gore Springs Ph, 3033TiTioTI

Glave. and the McGlave family. Sunday Mass at 8:30: a. m. Morning Worship 6:30': p. m. 2. Develop a good check book time is tie, 'tiIn for Answer .pleading in the of- r. 'f,, -. ; ,. .... ... .' .. h'-.p .

R Mr., and' Mrs.Robert Dreisel Holy&y: Mass at 7:00: a. m. Youth FellowshiP; system. Write 'checks for tax-de- bunny eggs, even for patients in Court fi'e"oi at the Starke.Clerk'of Florida the on Circuit or before .1'. f' '. .. .'.. _. 0-

I who have spent the month of Tuesday Mass at 8:00: a. m. Wednesday, 7:30: p. m., Bibte ductible' items so your checks will the Bradford County Hospital 1 an'd the 22nd day of April, 1961;

March", in Keystone at White Confessions before all Masses. Study ana Prayer Meeting: serve as receipts. Keep carbon Tyus Convalescent Home f so Complaint otht'twiSt'thp; will allegations be taken of as confessedly said-

Feather Court departed for their Baptisms, marriages and Instructions Rev. Ted Springer, Pastor copies of all your bank deposits thought memi5 ci'of'th 'Hellbrqnn yotir ., c' 1

home in Lawrence, Mass., on by appointment. stating what each item is for- Home'Demonstration Club. Mrs. 1961.Dated' this 16th day of March, .

April 1. Faith Presbyterian salary, ,farm income; and: so on. Jessie Young Mrs. John' Haney., (SEAL? f *

M '. and Mrs. Aaron Johnstonof FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Church, Melrose 3. Have some place such 33 a Achievement Day a'ld:DreSs 'Revue' Clerk Charley of"A.Circuit Darby Court' : : :

JMeadvffle. Pa., left for their KEYSTONE R. Smith HEIGHTSJ. pastor Ralph (Sunday services-Churcn Sctool, box to keep receipts, cancelled at the State'Farm Community Bradford County; Florid, ; CAN B Y' YOUR Ho-c'MEr! I
9'45' checks and deposit slips before Club House. Covered' dish By Marian L. Crosby
home on April l'after having Music a.m. Morning, ,Worship 11 Deputy 3-2J_ 4t 413la i
Copeland Minister of and you record them: luncheon at noon and program
spent a pleasant month at White am.: Rev. James R. Neale Ji,., pas ,
:hurch organist: 4. Keep'record book in which in the afternoon. Past council ', The CtreBlt,Court Of Florida,
Feather Court. The Johnston'sare Services: Sunday School 9:45a. : tor. you enter items of family income presidents will be honored.. Miss Eighth ForBradford' Judicial Conmtyvla Circuit, ChanceryMORTQAGE In' And :
also former Keystoners ; See The New
t m. Morning Worship, 10:50: a. TRINITY EPISCOPAL and expenses. Be sure to k pyour'record Anna M .e'.s1k es, State'Home,Demonstration FORECLOSURE

Mrs. John, Stuhre. who spent m.' Training Union, 6:30: p. m. CHLACH, MELROSE'Sundays book up-to-'date.: ) Agent will speak on C. E. Miles and Dafli'e W. J.Miles Johnson his .
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Plaintiffs
wife. vs.
the past six weeks.at White Evening services 7:30: p. m. ,5. Have,a place to,file your records "New Directions in Home'Demon- ab"dc nl >Johnson his wl1e.

-, 10 a. ,m.,', Church after NOTICE OF S.\LEot't.e"
they have met stration WorL"SOUTDSIDE
GLASS That's Our Business"If School. 11:15 a.m., Morning Pray- needs at income tax time .orat your a Final( ir Decree hereby,of given Foreclosure pursuantto ; I.E.H. HOMES I

e\ and Sermon 1 (First Sunday the end of, the..year. An indexed CHURCH OF dated March 9th, 1961 and enteredin
It's Glass We Have It" Chancery, Case No. 12-93S of the
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Holy Communion) 6 p.nv.: Episcopal accordian=;type: folder or metal .CHRIST Circuit Court' of theElghth Judicial

-- CALL WRITE or VISIT ,Young Churchmen. file box is good for keeping can- 3 Mi. S..on 301. Circuit in. and for Bradford County, 1 va

Holy Days 10 a. m., Holy celled checks receipts and other Sunday' Bible' Classes 10 a. .

Joe Peters Glass CO. Communion.The Rev..Millard H. records. Keep cancelled checks in m; Assembly Worship with the MITCHELL'S HO mm DOWN' : : )
Breyfogle. Evening S
order 11
according to the date. Lord's Supper a. m.; :
FOR ANY GLASS NEED Vicar. An easy system such as this Assembly Worship, 6:30: p. m. "Family' Footwear_ Specialist : 4000 3 ,
Jartnan Shoes" for; Men Off YOUR LOT rtt (
Bible Classes,
We Design Modern Store Fronts one helps you to fill out your tax Wednesday. .
e Jarman Jr..for BoysRhy't&nV .
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returns more easily. Furthermore, 7:30: p. m. tk. It
Just Mail Us A Pattern for Step, Vitality for. Ladies
COMMUNITY c. '
CHURCH such a system will infor-
provide ,
Table Tops Oith'lpedtc! Show for Infants
MO. UP
KEYSTONE HEIGHTSDr. mation for budgeting family expenditures CHURCH OF GOD
Gainesville Fltt
1313 N. W. 4th PI. Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR 2-4353 A. C. Holt, Minister and for, more careful 10 Morn 'On The Square t .'
Sunday School a. m.
Mrs. J. L. Hetherington credit planning. But never keep __ .. -
Organist and Choir Director more information than you will ing Worship, 11 a. m. Sunday ..., -V. -V /WR J. 1f
Model
Sunday School, 9:30: a. m. Morning use. The more complicated you Evening Service 7:45: p. m. YPE .. ....r t Display
Worship, 11:00 a. m make your record-keeping system Service Wednesday '7:45: p. m. i
Prayer Meeting Friday 7:45: p. m.
the, sooner you will give it up entirely I NOW OPEN' I .
ST. ANNE'S EPISCOPAL :
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BOATDRAIN BAPTIST CHURCH
CHURCH KEYSTONE {
Looking In On 4-H meetingsIn r- .

the Picnic Meals and Snacks Sunday School, 10 a. m Morning Cor. Cherry and Call Streets ,
at s 'd't Sundays 9:30: a. m., Church HAVE le'EASYW1Tl4Ct1R6 .
School. 9:30: a. m., Morning foods projects the girls; are learn- Worship, 11 a. m. Training I
MILKgal.I Prayer and Sermon 1st Sunday ing that complexions glow hair Union, 6:30 p. m. Evening Wor- a We Have A House For

Holy Communion]. 6 p .m. episcopal shines, and teeth gleam when ship, 7:30: p. m.
Young Churchmen. teenagers eat lots of fruits and Prayer Meeting Wednesday, r s tLE'rS I Every Need For Every

Holy, Days 7:30: a. m., Holy vegetables and drink milk insteadof 7:30: p. m.Pastor. -

Communion. candy, soft drinks potato chips Rev. Barney Sweat. 1 0 _H i jt Budget.

92c Third Wednesday Parish and sundaes. Everyone welcome. NAVE. ;.. '
Covered Dish Supper. 6 or 6:30P. : Are you a giver or a taker?'Are A" "E
k'"r m. you friendly or shy? ,Are you a NEW RIVER

The Rev. Millard H. Breyfogle. dump truck or convertible? Do BAPTIST CHURCH It FIT CAV- '
Watch For I L L Hi Grand
Vicar. you blame others, or ohoulder Sunday School 10 a. m. Wor- WELL TAI.K Opening

Ice Cream your share of the load?, Do you ship Hour 11 a. m. Evening Service 'rT'01ER'WHW J JI

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH constantly use "I", "I" or "w, 7 p. m. Prayer Meeting each I

el Eggs Bread KEYSTONE HEIGHTS: 't and; .0.u7 These,are t *.some*} 1Mt.of.
rhl J. R. Smith pastor Ralph o EVERGREEN !

healthiest children Cottage Cheese Copeland. Minister of Music and FAITH BAPTIST,CHURCH BAPTIST CHURCH ; 964641\
And you can't deny it church organist. Lawtey

Art those who stick Orange Juice Services: Sunday School: 9:45a. A. E. Massey. Pastor Sunday School 10 a. m. Preach- i

With a dairy diet. ., _. ;;rpt 1 m. Morning Worship, 10:50: a. Bible school 10 a. m., ing. 11 a. m. Training Union 6:30p. : Visit Our Display Jus? Befiind

m, Training Union, 7:00: p. m. Preaching, 11 a.: mj; m. Preaching; 7:30: p. m.' Prayer
Evening services 8:00: p. m. You Evening Service, 7:30: 'p. m. ; Meeting Wednesday 7:30: p. m.-

are invited to share family Prayer Bible Study and Prayer Meeting .. Wednesday Bible study 7:30p. :

L i l 1 time with us. 7:30: p. m. Wednesday. m. -Jos. E. Norman pastor. f' -H ti i Bradfurd' BOnUm! SupplY


n .... ..... .. rTTTTTTT HIGHLAND :
BAPTIST CHURCH ., BETHEL MISSIONARY 301 E. CALL ST:

GRAHAMMrs. Sunday School, 9:45: a.' m, BAPTIST CHURCH : .., .. ,
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m. Sunday School 10 'a. m- Morning -" '- --- -- t-
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John McKinneyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting! each Worship, 1a.. rr. Training I '
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Wednesday 7:30: p. m. -.Rev; Union. 6:30: p. m. Evening Ser- I
0.,
George Chism pastor. Everybody vice 8 p. m. Prayer Meeting each ; '' :.
welcome. ;
Elmer Hunter of North Carolinais Wednesday 8 p. m. Everyone welcomeRev. >

visiting his parents, Mr. and HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH R., L. Lee pastor ;
BUY I Mrs. Flex Griffin, this week. !
YOU CAN'T I
Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Andrews Sunday Sunday Schrol 10a. ,

and children of Gainesville and I m. Morning message 11 a. in. publication of this notice, the fictitious -

Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Wasdin were I Training Union 7 p. m. Evening name of GLAMO-REC HAIRSTYLIST ,
under which we are engaged
Sunday dinner*guests of Mr. and message 8 p. m. in business at 355 X. Temple !,:
Mrs. J. W. Vice. f Ave.. Starke, Florida.Ellouise .
A"BETTER Monday Bible Joy Club 4 'to5p.m. '
TIRETO Mrs. Maude Surrency visited her' Starke., T.Florida.Dodd, \i P. O.interest Box 1002 and, ': .;; L ::4

son-in-law and daughter, Mr., and Wednesday Prayer Meeting Keith Reddish, Rt : Box 82, Starke, J.f .
Mrs. A. Padgett, in Hague last 7:30: p- m. Choir Practice 8:30P: Florida % Interest I ;
_Dated this 28th day of March A. I
Sunday. m. Pastor: Merle L. Packham. <
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o D. 1961 at Starke. Bradford County.
Mr. and Mrs. George Tison and l Florida.
SAVE YOUR LIFE children of Gainesville were Sun- 8-30 4t 4-20
XOTICE OP INTENTION TO.
day dinner guests of Mi. and REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
Mrs. Tom Lefevers.Mr. Notice is hereby given that the REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME H Htx
undersigned, under the provisionl'lfChapter Notice- hereby given that the
and Mrs. Charles Barnes
Cities SenJoeaI.nyoa"t rd 20.953. Laws of Florida undersigned under the provisionsof

MUemaster tired are tht eaf and children are visiting his par- Acts Clerk of of 1941 the, Circuit will register Court with In and the Chapter 20,953. Laws of with Florida.theAttention *- ......... .... 4' $ ;
Arts of 1941 will register
tat, langebt,,, 1n ed blbistOrp ents this week. for Bradford_ County, upon proof, of
,' Easter Sunday guests of Mr. and I I ... c
Tube Or ese"Ce' M9tav Mrs. John McKinney were Mr. ". .
fir' rf&ftite tires are pound for and Mrs. Otis McKinney and fam- Livestock Producers! n," ..
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pound etronger than .teel... ily of Agusta Ga., Mr. and, Mrs. a dap q h'
they're priced am&gingly l'r
yet r
of
Leonard McKinney and family
.'. low for.tucb quality I Bill If you have hogs or *. ,.;
Gainesville. Mr. and Mrs. i '
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E cattle to sell'new or in 'J 1
Martin and family of Tampa,|
the future please con T :a: :
S : Richard Hines of Fort Jackson, S. ; (. '-
tact of the buyers .. t-r .
one -
Willis of >
C.. Mr. and Mrs: Johnny +MM .
Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Jessie| at Copeland Sausage

Ogden of Odessa, and Mrs. Arthur,, I Company and give them '. ;gDfl-'TO1E trlrc Y BANIUI .

Bennett of Tampa. an opportunity to buy e : .a j I3 I [:: .!, -' rs

j your livestock.COPELAND'. !*> U2_ ,
'f ,t, :, .. : .:Hold*on there_ rffl'if.t'tI for t Jl1 i }.[ononli'( t"
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OFFERS YOU
/UP TO 25* MORE ,- ? !l "-: z.!; -*.:!' J *' ( '-

MILEAGE is still'anothergreat : .' ovWATCHES.05 4 BIG ADVANTAGES! i'brought 'i li i trf6BM3Slte'.t' rtfiosf(( your saving : :
advantage of these incomparable t 1 3I1 UL '
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getting one tires tire-fret it's with like. t.. : ,'. GtJe666L 1. Cash market, every day. I .. ,. \ ifefc'tSfcy l will earn)i--j money fee: }'du. '" j./,..::'

every three you buy '." '. : ', a. 2. No commission. __._-,. '.*.-. ,
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BIG TRADE ALLOW : : 5 >; AA' I
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3. consideration to meat "
,ANCE, TOO! Stop in.... Special given '
trade in your present tires '. ;:::: i. r. ; ,
type hogs T'iHfffijt: WoTHifie'ukrMBNW IN tHE ISAu
.... and drive off with a won> tMI .
derful new eet of Milemaaters 4. Can furnish hauling for sufficient -
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Wsf i 6f&$Nkt i ,OFTHE>WBIO'X.NXtlOKAL CROUP* MfMj*$., btRAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE C$8*
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TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTl weekend were their children and I drove to Lakeland SUnday for a Mrs. E. .,B. Crosby. I,with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Prescottin were about 12 present'to enjoy the Jacksonville 2. Florida and file the I IgJaph: 'da yitarch.* 1961
original in the office of the Clerk Dated this 2: .
V grandchildren of Jacksonville. Mr. visit with his brother Dennis Mr. and Mrs. Julian Green and Wimauma, Mr. and Mrs A. W. occasion. of the Circuit Court on or before the I (SEAL) -'J.':.s.
HAMPTON and Mrs. P. A. Liberty and family Brannen and family and J. J. son. Mr.' and Mrs. Wilson preen Minton and Mr.; and Mis. Roy 24 day of April 196U otherwise the Charles A.CIerk :, .Derbyi ;f.
THE RIGHT POINT ,for the allegations uf said Complaint will f' Court.
thfe t'Ir'i
Dr. Fredrick, and Miss Doris Brannen who had spent che previous and daughters and Mr. and Mrs. Roberson in Brewster Mr. and be taken as confessed byou.. \ ;of .
mite. Come in and .L.. .
Parian
way you select ." .
Phillips. An Easter egg hunt on week there, returned to Alex Williams and son, all .'of Mrs. Orea Prescott in Bowling This notice shall be publishedonce By jrvs
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By Mrs. D. E. Hill Clerk-.S .'
Brooklyn Lake and a picnic at Hampton with them. Mrs. T. F. Jacksonville were Easter Sunday Green, and Mr. and Mrs. C. J. your favorite ESTERBROOK each week for four consecutive Deputy : :-'.'J-23 4t 4-13
1AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAWeiner Goldhead Branch State Park after Brown made the trip Sunday as guests of Mr.,and Mrs.. Dive Prescott in Tampa. Fountain Fen. TELEGRAPH weeks in the Bradford County TVle-! ..-'f<{' -

Roast EK Hunt church Sunday were included. in far as Ocala to spend Easter SUn- Green.Mr Miss Linda Green and her I NOTICE TO UEFEM1 I

At Christian Church Party. the weekend eventS. day there with her sister, Mrs. A. ,and Mrs., Bryan Cornwall roommate Miss Linda Jolliff students !. Circuit Court Bradford County, NOTICE OF PUBLIC AiJflON
Members of the Dan Johnson of Florida> IB CtancerrCase
A weiner roast and Easter egg L. Sullivan. and family' ColumbusGa.visited at Florida Southern Collegein Xo. 12-968 .' .
hunt were highlights of the party family gathered at the Arnold Lonnie Melton entered Doctor's Mrs. W. :T. Blair and'family Lakeland; spent the Easter holidays Jane M. Bauman, Plaintiff(, vs.

held by members of the Sunday Haddock home in Jacksonville Hospital in. Starke on Monday Monday, afternoon. with Mr. and Mrs. Earl August NOTICE A. DaumanDefendant.TO APPEAR. Wednesday, April 21, 1961-2OjfP.M..

School of the Christian Church Easter Sunday. Present. were Mr. this week for observation. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Johnson Green. I To; August A. Bauraan w'hose 416 E.
last Saturday. and Mrs. Johnson Mr. and ,Mrs. Visiting here Sunday with Mr. were dinner guests of Mr. and Easter Party residence and address: Unknown. All remaining. Assets of Farm Home & Auto Supply/; If C.,

Bedford Lake was the scene of Frank Williams and family of and Mrs. W. P. McElroy were his Mrs. Gene Bloodsworth in Lake :Mrs. E. B. Crosby entertained suit You for are divorce hereby has notified been filed that a-a Brownlee St. Starke, Florida which Includes: ; .' j'?i
Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. James parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Mc- Butler last Sunday.
in above named
the the
picnic with 14 adults and 13 : the Young People's Training Un- gainst you i Machine Shop
Broome and family of Vero Beach and caus'e and are required -i Fixtures and Equipment for complete Auto Jobber. : .
children present. Elroy and children all of Trenton. Mrs. J..H. Sullivan and family ion Class from Dedan Baptist Court you .. .
of .
and Mr. and Mrs. J. X. Allen and Randy Brown son of Mr. and visited Mrs. Mary Willis and Mrs: to serve a copy your an- /
PTA
Meets Tonight at the complainton .Hooseh
Church with an Easter Party I swer or pleading to Furniture and Fixtures for Automotive Jobbing .
Hampton Elementary PTA will family of California and Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Brown has returned Hazel Hart in Bell Friday ::; Plaintiffs Attorney Joseph K.. -
met tonight [Thursday] at 7:30p. : Mrs. Haddock and children. home from the'Bradford, COun- Terrell Green of the Universityof her home Saturday night. There Skipper 221 Florida Title Building Accounts Receivable '

min the school auditorium. Mr. and Mrs. .George Saxon returned ty Hospital and is convalescing. Florida in Gainesvillespent e\'
Former Hampton Resident to Ft. Lauderdale last at home following a bout with the Easter holidays with his-par: Complete Stock of Automotive Jobber Parts' -'Accessories

Dies In Tampa March 27 weekend with their daughter, pneumonia. ents Mr. and Mrs. Roy Greenl, Support '. ar,
Tools, Jacks: Battery Chargers!
Clinton L Shealy 57, of Mrs. Cleo Hunter. Mr. and Mrs. William Fowler Mr. and ,Mrs. Elton :Douglas Black & Decker Power Tools, Hand .

Gainesville died on Monday: last Mrs. Joan Hartley, Miss Connie and children were Easter Sunday and family of Lake Butlerlvisited_ Etc. '

week in a Tampa hospital. Sweeney and Charles Parker of visitors at the home of he; parents Mrs. W. T. Blair and family Sunday PRIVATE ENTERPRISE Complete Stock of Small Engine Parts for popular .engine.
Funeral services were Wednesdayin Gainesville visited here Saturday Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Williams.TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTl. afternoon. :, ,r, ', -.

Gainesville where he had resided with Mr. and Mrs. C. L. May. I ,Miss Mary Jane Bigham .and Assorted hardware items and large stock of fishing.;-.tackle &
most of his life. Survivors Mr._ and Mrs. Albert Birt and Miss Shirley Green spent Fridayat .' Sportsman Equipment. .<
children of 'st. Petersburg The Principle Which/ Made Our
were I' ,
include his wife. Ethel; a son, Daytona Beach with Miss
Clinton D., of Gainesville, five weekend visitors here with Mr.I ROO K E'R' Linda Green and Miss Linda Jol-_ i i I will be at Sale Site, 416 E. Brownlee St., Starke, ,Florida from

brothers two sisters and a grand- and Mrs. Ira Lester. 1 litf students from Florida'South Country Great! 10:00 A. 31. till 2:00 P. M. for inspection of said. assets-to* "* be sold.
Mr. and ,Mrs. M. L. Watterson! By Shirley GreentAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAf -
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College. 4
ern ,
son.Mr. were Easter Sunday dinner guestsat I It Sale will begin at 2:00 P. !L open Public Bidding Asset, ,!,, to go to
and Mrs. Shealy and their
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Tilghmariand :
the home of their soninlawand WHEN YOU THINK OF GAS the highest bidder for all or part of same so it will. bring. the most
lived in for several
son Hampton Mr. and Mrs. Charles Perry of family, Mr.. and Mrs. Pasco! onfinnahtion
daughter.. Mr. and Mrs. Gene to yerbal:
to Creditors. Final bid or bids subject
months last year. Gainesville were Easter Sunday Mott and family; all of Gainesville money ...
Birthday Party Honors Failing in Starke.Mr. Mr. and. Mrs., Elbert Mott of by phone at 4:00 P. M. to (Court Judge or Referee.*
and Mrs. Damon Nolan and guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Har- Think
Three TeenAgersA children of Live Oak spent Easter relL Fairbanks: Mrs. Bedie Conerly of Prior to sale date contact me at Elgin 5-4241,'JadoonviQa, Florida.
combined birthday party was here with her parents. Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Crosby of Hague, and Mr. and Mrs. H. H.: SLADE GASYour !.- .'. ,.i*
held at the Lonnie Melton home Starke visited Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Mott and family were dinner of ''4 '
Mrs. A. M. Bryant and Homer.
Signed, .
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near Hampton on.Saturday evening Barry Friday night. guests of Mrs. Mae Mott last Sun- "'
March 25, honoring their Mrs. T. E. Simmons left last Ellis W.' Hititng '. .
Mr. and Mrs Wilson Green and
Odessia weekend for Burlington N. C. to day.Mrs. Business is Appreciated I
teen-age children Joyce ,
daughters of Jacksonville were Doshia Prescott returned Trustee in Bankruptcy
and 16 March stay with her niece after severalweeks'
Otis. Joyce was on
weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs: Saturday after a three weeks'visit I i ,
27. and the twins Odessia and here with her son and Dave Green. 1 > '.' ,
Otis were 14 on March 22. daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. R. ..
Mr. and Mrs. William: Fowler
Refreshments of cake, cookies O. Simmons.' and family. of Jacksonville were COPYRIGHT @( > 1961. tHE COCA COM COMMIT"COCCOW AND "COKf:' u gcG1TCArp T."pr.....(lNS,

and punch were served to the 28 Mr. and Mrs. Madison Lee and Easter Sunday guests of Mr. and :.,pat'. t
..., present for the party after games daughter of Gainesville visited Mrs. Cecil Melvin.J. +.x

and opening of gifts. here with the W. A. Saxons and .. E. Townsend spent the Easter Y'r,' $c.tc .
Personals Mrs.' J. H. Saxon '4 'V
the
during
in
weekend with relatives Pom-
Visiting here with Mr. and Mrs.I weekend. pano Beach. .d., ar..'+A tv r ,
W. M. Phillips for the Easter Raleigh Brannen and son Ardel
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Green and .aa. 9,
family were Easter Sunday guestsof F iv vr fg mm ;mft&

Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Taylor in n,,? G.R'4wXw.kY, This Announcement is offer sellor :.: .Y
not an to Palatka.Mr. .

solicitation of offer the and Mrs. Paul Emery and :5.r': : 7,'. ; s ',;r.: < -
a an ,to buy se r'Mg x;;.r., 4 : t 'x.: p s
sons of Palatka were weekend : x ,
,
curities. The offer can be made only by the guests of Mrs. Eva HarreU. >,'. 'KV' : ?t?>ci ;
i* -
Miss Jackie Parrish of Gaines- ? "* r' ,..I&TI >
prospectus. ville was home for the weekend

with her parents Mr. and Mm.

Lee Parrish.Mr. "ia>YC,;.. 'r 'k'.awY>,: w V* >. '
$$73,600 and Mrs. T. W. Markey
h
visited Mr. and Mrs. R. EL Dukes. :t YtR V : ,
in Lake Butler Sunday.

Limited Partnership Interest Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Prevatt of + -
Baton,Rouge, La. visited Mr. and
y'< ,. .r.+'s ,f.'x:' 4!. ..> x
Le
Mrs. E. Crosby Friday and Sat

$460 Minimum Investment urday.Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bigham Jr. "

and Billy and Mr. and Mrs. L. C

Wood were weekend guests of Mr. ..
V and Mrs. Raymond Guest* and

$920. Per MerestBRADFORD family in Nashville Ga. Ij.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tinny and ,
sons of Gainesville were Easter

Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. +P 4 4N:7r
LANES Earl Green and family. jt '
Mrs. Schley DeLoach of Jack- S : .9 V

sonville was the Sunday ,guest of
LTD. Mrs. W. T. Blair and family. iVh 7 V

Mr. and'Mrs. A. L. Crews of \L*
(A Florida Limited Partnership) Lacrosse visited Mrs. Matte! Bar- Y: fi b /9

ry Sunday afternoon. +; 1

Formed for the express 'purpose of constructing a 16 Miss Sue McDavid of Valdosta r A V

lane Brunswick Bowling Alley on land it has pur- State College, Valdosta Ga. was
home for the weekend with her
chased in Starke, Florida. parents Mr. and Mrs. Fred McDavld. i .?h V A ; E
S V V: VS r t
These securities are offered to bona fide residents( 7 S/
f
Florida only. Miss Annette ,Green and Mr. i. "
Alan Messmore of Ocala and John V ; ,
Copies of the prospectus can be obtained from the Green of Gainesville were Easter ,5V

Underwriter. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. 4V '

L. Green.
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Wood visited

Limited B. C. Wood in Anderson. S. C. .. '
Securities of Florida Inc.
Monday.Mr. j.\ V ':v; '"'4

and Mrs. R. C. Howard and .:.:J'v" .. .. .
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P. 0. Box
578
family of Jacksonville' Mr. and A:t fe .' 4 J

1225 U. S. Highway No. 17 Orange Park, Fla. Mrs. J. P. Crosby and family and ; ;xc:..ifi $ 5' .. e : tn
and ., .
Mr. and Mrs. Huey Crosby :.:.; '
Phones. CO 4.9833 or CO 4.4621Collect daughter, all of Gainesville, and
the Petersons of Wiscons'n were c 4
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Easter Sunday guests of :Mr. and ;

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AUTO PARTS WE SPECIALIZE IN 'irl'

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Starke Wheel Balancing & Alignment ,
Motor FEEDS FERTILIZERS VV o41rV.V. 7 J
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