Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 13, 1961
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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I Against Pay RaiseCounty Wet-Dry .

Commissioner R. H. 000 at the .rate of $3,500 ;vr year
(Russell) Green Jr., from Brook- for 10 years to the county toward

er, said at a special board meeting buying right-of-way for 301 north. Coming Up May 16

Saturday that he is also opposed ]Hurst did present a city council r

to a pay increase that I plan to pay an additional $500 I r -

would give each member an ad- : per for total of l.7I For-the
year a $4,000
< first
time in
more than half a century, Bradford opposed to this petition, I appre-
ditlonal: $50 per month. yearly for seven years and then I County voters will go to the polls on May IB and decide elate the courtesy I have been
A request for the salary in- additional payments of $3. 00 per .x "
; .ter whether
or not the sale of "intoxicating liquors wines
crease for year for nine years. This would I
"expense money" was I
Although at least two
I beer" shall be prohibited or permitted in the previous
made by Board Chairman Carl total the $70,000 the commissionhad attempts have been made in the
Prevail requested.The The election date was set last did not appear to correspond withj
at a public hearing held past two decades to obtain a petition -
I April 1 by Bradford Count legislators commission unanimously 1 I Saturday when Supervisor of Reg- signatures on registration books with the necessary signa-

to accommodate officials passed a motion by Jerome Johnsto istration Marian L. Crosby reported and were discarded; one name tures asking for a elec-
r wet-dry
who failed to get requests in at accept the cIty'S' plan of payment --i. .-_. --' 'T --' --'- -" ........---. ......I to a special meeting of.the was not counted because the signer tion, the one presented last week

the'first hearing February 9. saying they understood the j Advisor Curtis. Marlowe presents the coveted Greenland Thomas Harley and 'Starke Chapter Board of County Commissionersthat is no longer registered voter. was the first to be crowned with
When city's financial situation. The, Star Chapter Farmer awards to Allen in her opinion the petition 'The remaining'! 1,362 names
Prevatt made the request Crews and President Eddie Starling receive public speaking success. On at least one previous
only one' commissioner Jerome board also expressed gratitude for j Wajne Parrish. Crews also acted as master of awards from the Doyle Conner Insurance Agency Legal presented Control by the Committee for were carefully compared and in occasion, enough signers were

Johns spoke out against the raise. the city's: spirit of cooperation. ceremonies at the banquet as president of the being presented here asking for an election my opinion they are genuine signatures persuaded by dry forces to withdraw
by Doyle's brother Lu cIan. contained
genuine ,/ Mrs.
Johns said that "the county is in I Bradford Chapter. Crosby reported. II their names from the petition
Starling also won the coveted DeKalb award. signatures-eight more than the Rev. J. H.::Mabry, local minister
no position Denies
to the
pay $50 monthly Charge 1,354 needed. to cause its invalidation.This .
who ,had stood by Thursday
Increase even though board Speaker Cites asl time
Ag Value The'law however an opinion
required that the namesof Mrs.
Crosby canvassed the petition !-
members do use their own money i State Champs was obtained from Attorney General -
at least 25 per cent of Bradford's said at Saturday's
when on official business in thecountS' I Richard Ervin stating that
News ,
.o'Green registered voters be "I wish to congratulate the Coun-

stated Saturday- that he I II I Future Farmers Fete FFA Judging TeaniIsFiorida's election.on the petition asking for an ty Clerk and Supervisor of Regis-;i from names the could petition not be after withdrawn it had

told Chairman Prevatt jrior to I t. showed Mrs., Crosby's report tration on the fine, orderly man- been presented to the County
files Answer ToI a total of 1,446 names on ner in which this petition has been
the request that he Commission.In .
was opposed I
the petition. Of these: 10 signa- handled. Also Mack Fetch (attor-
,to a raise. Prevatt backed the last wet-dry contest,
upGreens' tures
Over 250 At Hope appeared of doubtful ney for the Committee for Legal
statement by saying that BanquetApproximately some 50 years ago the situationwas
Obscenity Suit validity; 27 were names of persons -I Control) and his office for the
Brooker man had said he was listed illiterate reversed. The county was
| as and unable way. the names were arranged be-
against the raise before it was At Kansas i to sign their wet at that time, and voted itself
own 46
CityFlorida's I name; names fore they -were submitted. Though
presented to the legislators.The 250 persons attended outstanding senior of both the : dry. This time it is dry (legally)

remaining board members Hicks News Agency Inc., of the annual FFA Parent-, Starke and Bradford chapters by and how it will vote May 16 is

Mrs. Jessie Chastain Mrs. E. L. Ocala named in a suit filed by Son Banquet last Thursday nightin the DeKalb Seed Company I i representative in the r" i4i anybody's guess.

Crawford and Chairman Prevatt State Attorney T. E. Duncan ash 1 I Bradford High School cafeteriato Allen Crews. master of cere- livestock judging contest at the ; The Telegraph was In error last

did not mention the proposed distributor of allegedly obscene I! .see awards presented to Future monies at the fete and president of National FFA Convention in Kan- ". '< ,.. week in stating that those who

raise Saturday and are apparently magazines this week answered the :' Farmers for outstanding ;;Achieve, the Bradford Chapter and Wayne sas City Mo. next October 10-13 .. vote for legal control will have

still in favor of U. petition in the Bradford County I ments. j Parrish of the Starke Chapter will be the Starke FFA Chapter two questions to vote on, while
RUhtoMVaysIn clerk's office. i ipahmer's !r Eddie Starling president of the were also singularly honored with taught by instructor Curtis Mar- ;- those who vote against it will

other business Saturday the i Gift Shop owned by winner i i i i the coveted Star Chapter Farmer lowe. : .' have only one (x) to mark. A
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board set a sliding-scale policy on Edward G- Dahmer named as when he collected awards,for presented by the Florida Bankers The Starke Chapter beat out its closer study of the law reveals

the amount of right-of--iy to vendor in the suit asking for a |I j public speaking soil conservation, Association. nearest opponent, Winter Haven a. If, that both sides may vote on both

be deeded to the county when new declaratory decree has not yet and won the coveted DeKalb a- First year agriculture student by 40 points as it tabbed 2344.4 questions:

secondary roads are built. The filed an answer. The news agency I, ward. The latter, prize is most coveted I[Thomas Harley Bradford Chapterwas points of a possible 2,700. A mem- ; 1. To decide whether the sale

board decided after two previous denied that the 14 magazines since it Is presented' to the also a double winner he received ber of the Starke Chapter junior r of intoxicating liquors wines or

motions had failed to "let each named in the suit are obscene, ., the Green Hand award and Louie Johns also had the highest beer shall be prohibited or permitted

road. stand on its own merit witha and also denied any knowledge: of an award for public speaking. Don individual score in the contest ;. In Bradford County;
Dahmer's selling the books. with 844 points of a possible 900. w,. 2, To decide whether such sale
minimum right-of-way of 30 New Son No SurpriseTo Brandes Starke Chapter was the ff:,
feet." Duncan'said he can take no other recipient of the Green Hand The other two members of the "-',. shall be restricted to sales made

The entire board" vas in agreement further :>action against either Doyle Conner Award for the outstanding student state champion team are sopho in quantities of not less thin one.-

that policy should Dahmer the news agency untila t in first year agriculture.J'mores: Hwiflr, Miaell- and Wayne .Pat half of a pint, contained. In sealed
definite ..Vommisdoner, 44o ...Agricul .Stalnaker ._ tI ,
court'nt.'or declaratory decreeis *fc >> i ; containers, -tor' consumption-
be established: not Two other"StRrke"ChaptEr sWdents !
but could : .
agree c
ture'Do'le Conner ,of Starke ....
r handed down declaring 'the I ( Henry The local boys won the trip to u"""""" the premises where sold, sucn
Harrell .farm
a one. and
Tallahassee said "I knewit
magazines obscene. chanics, and Gene KamaSCity' when they competed lieJGefs sales being described as "sales
Believing that a road ta; a farmer's Edwards farm Bushy Pretty PullJoe .
This is due to the fact that Mas going to be a boy when electrification among the 10- best teams in the by the package."
chicken house would not were award
most or all of the publications: told last Saturday that he was winners. state at the University of Florida The results on questions 2 will
require as large a right-of-way asa named have the father of a six pound, 14 last Saturday. Lake Butler was Harden University of Florida forestry student and a 1957
second class mailing be effective and binding only in
z road which would be traveled by privileges and the state.. law pertaining ounce son. The baby Was born The Agriculture value of the Value lessons Cited third in the contest with 2,270 graduate of BHS, proves his beard Is real by letting sandy Jo Bryant, the event a majority of those
the entire public the board first learned Queen of the annual'
to obscene literature does in a Tallahassee hospital and from vocational points. (Conclave of' the Association of Southern voting at the election cast their
turned down a motion for a 66 is the third child for the agriculture in Forest Clubs if '
The Starke give a fcolL The beard
"not Chapter also won judging contest
apply to any periodical or I public schools was cited T. L. was one vote In favor of question 1.
foot width all by
on roads and a motion -
for all right-of-ways to be 30[j other printed matter having U. S.j i ners.The Casey principal of Southside Ele- the livestock judging contest at of the highlights when forestry students from 10 southern states If a person fails to vote on

feet failed for a lack of a second! second class mailing privileges, or to Commissioner attaches explained mentary School, in the featured the State Fair in Tampa in gathered at Camp B andmg''last ,weekend for activities including question 1, his vote on question

before the flexible any periodical or printed matter hospital that his address. February. Until this year the team log-chopping, timber estimating, axe throwing, pole climbing, and 2 will not be counted.A .
was wife Kitten, owned Palomino
adopted. which may be legally sent through horse that a Casey enumerated several opportunities which won at) Tampa made the log birling (in the lake). The University Florida Forestry Club person who votes against
State Senator Charley E. Johns the 'u. S. mail, until such time as weeks before each of several their 'in the,, form of learn- trip to the national convention.But I served as host for the event. legalized sale (question 1) may
such periodical or printed matter due to the large number oI also If he chooses vote on
received permission from the other ing experiences which are offeredby '
has been determined by a 'court of two children were bora- teams competing at Tampa 145 Telegraph question 2 to restrict the sale to
board to enter a bill placing Brad and each time Conner said the the agricultural program in the Photograph, Thomas NamedTo
Florida agriculture instructors decided in the event
competent jurisdiction: of this package ques-
high school.
ford County! in a state flood con- foal was the same sex as their emphasized the To Be Featured On
State to be obscene. value of an element of chance mightbe tion lis approved by the majori!
working and
district. sharing together
trol Johns said thai other baby.The. "
: Duncan said the next step in involved. So to remove the ele- Garry Moore ShowA CommitteeOn
public speaking deiication
are introducing such
a horse Golden Lady foaled
of luck it decided that
the case will be to set a date for a was
bill and that! he could have this three weeks ago and, sure duty record-keeping market
county added to it. hearing at which time the magazines pricing and other facets of the the 10 top teams would compete Telegraph staff photo of ElectionsA.
enough it was male colt!
It would cost the county just will be handed Circuit i a training.The again In Gainesville with the win- Mike Drew youthful memberof Introduced .
I Court Judge George L. Patten for ner of that contest going to the the BHS
3-10 of one mill or approximately | speaker especially empha- Band will be featured J. Thomas Jr., Bradford
[ :'.' study. If the Judge: labels the sized the advantage of participa- national convention. on the Polaroid commercial County's freshman legislator in
$2,500 per year to enter the flood 1 Fish Supper Planned
books obscene, Duncan said there Marlowe said he voted for the during the To Extend TermsOf
control district, the senator said tion in the ag program. By actu- Gary Moore the House of Representatives will
with a possibility of some day will be grounds for a criminal By BHS BandA ally participating in what; he is new rule, never thinking that it show on Channel 4 [CBS] serve as vice-chairman of the
suit if the books continue to be the would affect his chapter. He said Tuesday night April 18. Committee
connecting all lakes in this area learning ag student is given on ,Elections it was
by canal. Details of the plan were sold.A. fish supper will be served at added incentive Casey said, and however that the Gainesville con- Word that the picture wouldbe announced last week by House City Officials -

not available at. press time. similar suit naming the Hicks the football stadium starting at & can also learn better. test is fairer since contestants'arefewer one of six selected to be Speaker Chappell.

City: Council member Carl Hurst I Agency as distributor has been p. Saturday.. April 22, fa.- bene- Five adults were honored by the and. can get closer to the shown on close-up and discussed Thomas win also serve on:
filed in Alachua County Duncan fit of the animals. Moore A bill to extend the terms of
Saturday told the county board BHS Band. Th menu two chapters. Given Honorary by Air during State Correctional Institutions
that the city cannot afford at this said but a decree has not yet will consist of fried fish hush- Chapter Farmer Degrees were L. It is ironic to note however the commercial was receivedby Agriculture Forestry Public Utilities Starke city officials from two to

time to pay the additiona: $3,500 been handed down, although pupppies. cole slaw baked beans H. Gibson R. S. Mullins Tom that the same three teams. Starke The Telegraph yesterday Military and Veterans Af- four years was introduced in the

year'.the county had requestedto Judge John A. H. Murphree has tea or coffee. The vent will be .Mesereau Jennings, Starling Chapter Winter Haven and Lake from the Polaroid Corporation, fairs, and Public Health. House this week by Bradford'
some 20-odd Butler, placed one-two-three respectively Mass. Clarence Roberts of County Rep. A. J. Thomas Jr.
help purchase right-of-way for magazines under sponsored by the Band Boosters whose father accepted the plaquein Cambridge The company Rep. A.

U. S. 301 south.>> At present thecity study. Club. his absence!, and T.'L. Casey. in both contests. had previously written for permission Union County was named chair- The t local bill was requested of'
of the committee State Thomas and Senator Charley E.
has to to use the photograph. man on
board agreed pay $35.-
Berry ReceiptsHit Originally featured in The Correctional Institutions, and a Johns by Starke city. officials] who

Four DCT Delegates Telegraph's Camerama corner member of Appropriations, Banks !1 said the longer terms would allow

$132,706 last fall 'the picture show and Loans, Insurance, Livestock, |; officials to become better acquainted -
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Attend ConventionFour r r ; Mike completely surrounded by Personnel,.PUblic Amusement, and I with their jobs and would

a huge bass horn which he is Public Welfare. save the city money in election
Pass Last Year'sBradford
the -
delegates from Brad-I r manfully blowing for all he's Mr. Roberts'has. served in the I costs.

ford High School DCT worth. house for eight! years. I II City Council Chairman JD..
County strawoerry receipts i
annual DCT State
tended the through Tuesday totaled; !I! Doyle said the new bi!' would

Students in Fort Lauderdale attending April were 132706.17 for the current season $$21,934.57 RedCouncil I If make "for a better situation all-

6-9 Williams, Sue Jackson -N_j k ltc already, surpassing last year'sgross f round. He said the bill would
Amelia ; cut the cost of city elections in
for the entire season. .
Thomas, and Buddy Thom-
Donald as. Mr. and ,Mrs. :Marion Payne So far this season, the Starke I To &rrow: half. Each election costs the city

accompanied the group and re-j market has handled 43.435 flats!* approximately 1000.
The, bill, which is subject to
that an outstanding educational [12 pints''each] at an overall
port on Diversified Cooperative average of $3.05. ratification by Starke voters at
program To :DebtsAfter the September city election calls
Training was presented. Last year through May 26 the Pay City
elections to be held) biennially
,market handled 44,235 flats! for a I for city ; -

I retrrn to ol 6116,- instead of yearly as at
gross growers I
GARDEN CLUB Members of the cast -SwlnriDr-m ," Bradford High's new musical stage production, 1 01622. a two and a half hour discussion I $21;,934.57,in the red I i.present.

htrut their stuff in the, "Pom-Pom" number"In the. foreground, are selected members of-the BUS I With shipping not yet .at an'i\, at a special meeting Mon- The indebtedness win be paid I;:I Starke government and admin.loan -
FLOWER SHOW with the aid of'a revolving !stratton would continue to beat
band<< who Mill, provide musical accompaniment for the junior class. end it is possible that berry receipts (day night the Starke City Council 'i
1 the $150.0001 the city has rib Florida Bank vested in a mayor and a. five

April 22, 23 Friday And Saturday Nights mark making might this top the most pro-I i decided to borrow money to pay Starke. The city may borrow up member city council a police

STARKEWOMAN'S II I fitable season, here since prior to $21,934-57 outstanding .indebted to $40,000 at one time to be paid chief and a city clerk who would

I World War n. back a* the rate of $2,500 per also serve as tax collector and assessor. -

CLUB JUNIORS PRESENT FIRST BBS MUSICAL Daily,,,shipments and averageprices ness.City Clerk ,Merrill :Edwards month. The loan is part of the .

Theme: during{ the past week were I could have said T toil you 14U city's Improvement Fund and is A three member board,of bond
,follows paid back with five per cent of trustees would be named by the'
as be earlier -
: the council took the step
"Spring Is Like A Melody" I ..Thirty-five members of the coming "live" from the stage. The Plan" the name given to the Flats Avg. said was necessarr.'''unless mother the utility tax $1.50 sewet service" council for three year terms as

,Public Invited junior class will stage the first I I entire musical program will also principal's scheme is brought to Apr. 5' 1049' 4.il rz charge was put on the peo charge and 65 cents of the water is presently done.

musical in Bradford High School's be played "live" by 13 membersof an abrupt end by an explosion in Apr. 6 1141 S.24& ple." Edwards said he thinks the rate increase. City elections would continue! to

I This Space Contributed I I II history in the new auditorium the BHS band. the chemistry lab and the aid of Apr, 7 2064 .3.27 city can keep on an even 'keel At present the city owes $17.500 I be held yearly in SeptemberbartowvlnS

t,this Friday and Saturday night at Admission will cost students 50 such student-stars as Sandra 150Apr.. 8 998 3 07& from now on if the council spends on the loan leaving a through 1963. Officials elected
Weekly to Publicize 8 o'clock with selected membersof cents and adults, $1.00. There will lano. the femine lead and Wayne Apr 10 1916 3.52 carefully. power of $22,500 if the loan is renewed this September would serve two

Community Events by t the BHS band providing the be a matinee performance Friday Kinney the. male lead. I Apr. 11 836 S.63& The clerk explained that the now. which will- just coverthe years.

COMMUNITY I music. at ,1 p. m. for elementary students. Real-lite .football star Irwin I: North ,Carolina is expected to city now has only $13,670.70 in its 1Ddebtednt Those elected in 1962 would be

;i THE The elaborate production will 'Swinging High" Ja the story of! I i I Martin, also portrays a star of theI .start shipping next'week' which! three funds [the general light An agreement with the bank for three years with four year j

STATE BANK I IOF feature 20 songs and two dance an Industrious new principal play:j I pigskin in the production, and might adversely affect'the" market' and power and Improvementfunds stipulates that.money in the improvement terms beginning in 1963. Thereafter !

I numbers student director Betty ed by Joe Sapp who strives to .I Carolyn Pellum. a BBS cheerleader here. The bulk. of Bradf. crd. C uu- !, but owes bills totaling fund must go only for city elections would be hell .

a STARKE I Lou Wainwright said with all rid his high school of all 'extra .1. takes the part of a> "pom-pom. ty'screp'wffl: be harvested' by.-,that. 3056454.; Edwards calculated huprll'oemeat&. such'es new sewer in September of odd numbered

voices being the student's own and curricular a ctlvles."Ihe.' McDuJf I girl in the p1a time,at any rate. that this leaves the city operating. [Coniissed, .On'Page.Two years.

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I tor Xo. BR-TL :!!135S". refuse any and all bids.
4 Land Transactions Total $$146,100 :2.: One 1932, L200, International I (SEAL) ,
I r Farmer's DiaryBy .l ; Truck, 6 Cyl.' Board Of Cou>at'eCoti.c" ISllOn"I'fIBradtord
.I II! Only bids that will cover both I Count? Florida
pieces of equipment will be act-ept- Er Charles .\. Darby. Clerk.
Sam McGarveyI Brooker SubdivisionBradford ed. <. i-JS it 4-20
Topped By i ,
i The Board. reserves. the right: to. '>J -
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r. ( County ,hand transac J l j L. Roberts Starke, a lot $1,000. I .

The Election Is Called' tips.spines'In along many the homes edges the and plant at the iskept (!tions totaled $146,100 from February Charles H. Wolf to Joseph M. ', OfEdraCost (

20 to date with a Brooker'farm :, JIcGinnis, Waycross, Ga., two lots One Quart
in the kitchen and a leaf of ;' (
The die is will have the and two sub-division tracts in Santa Fe Shores, $1,800. I FREE With Each,
cast and Bradford Countians op- i it applied to burns. :The plant has)( ".
pPltd unity to vote for or against legalized sale of intoxicat- been used for centuries as ai I bringing top prices. Richard Richards, Starke, to i iGalen I.. or Gftllon One you hjiy, :._

ing liquor on May 16. I iI I, dressing for cuts and bruises, and The top figure was the sale by W. Edwards a residence in I:S
Howard R.
Although there are many who sincerely believe that thingsare as a tonic, and in one country, Subdivision northwest Corl of Flori-Haven of Brookerfor Pine Haven Subdivision, $7,700. I II.I Prices Start at $2 qt. 55.98 CaL t'
to prevent baldness! I Stephen E. Simmons, Miami to
better under the status quo, there are others who be- Chilly weather over the week- $26,000. Kenneth E. Hagen '
lieve, just as sincerely, that the county is "dry" in name end was fine for the berries but ,R and Pearl S. Hagar bought the I I i A. E. of McKinney land Jr., Starke, a I :! MARY CARTER PAINT STORE
One of parcel $1,000.
only and that legalizing the sale will be of little signifi- held down the growth of tobacco many good things tract which contains two houses.!) .
W. T. Jackson tarke, to L. FR 6-75S8
about R'II Gainesville Fla.
farming, as a of life 501 N.W. 8lh Ave. ,
way In another' sub-division trans- i
in terms of the actual amount consumed.The and pepper. The tiny planting of
cance of'whiskey
: is that the family often works together Whitehead Waldo, eight lots, $3- ,: "
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moral personal, and emotional issues could be arguedfor berries we have is providing us as a unit. This past weekwe action .A. J. Thomas Jr. and Benjamin -i, 300. :4".._ ___.'- -_ :- -- .- = ",, ::=E ; _= : L_ .__;.. "

years with neither side making any noticeable impres- with plenty of good fresh fruit saw a typical family settingout Suslow, of Starke sold holdings -, L. H. Cruce to C. A. Griffis,
s these and to in the in Pinehurst Sub-division to
some put :
i Parcel of
sion on the other. tobacco. The father was driv- Starke land 2500.

In all of the verbal barrages that will be.fired during the freezer. ing the tractor, the mother and Hardy Inc. for-121,000.Brothers' Motor Company' ,I 1 j'I James Hornsby, Starke, to Rai- Support
ford. Miller Starke, ten acres of
next. 80 days by both sides, it is important, it seems to us, We mulched our plants with one of the oldest children were The Aubrey Hazen farm near'i..land, $2,800.Guy I

to remember that an orderly process of law i is being 'followed hay, and it took Sam a long time chine riding, on and the trailing transplanting along in ma-the Brooker was the second largest'', Harrington to Arne R. t'

and, should be 'followed in an orderly manner.. The to do the little patch. We've rear were two younger children, sale, being bought by Aubrey G.: Hauger. Jacksonville, 17 acres of PRIVATE ENTERPRISE

law provides that an election shall be called upon the pres- watched experienced hands "pull filling in the skips and firming David for $22,000. j i land, $5,000.Heirs I

entation of' a petition\ with the required number of names. the plants through" mulch many up the loosely-set plants. ,, Prices of sales are figured from! of Drew Reddish deceased

Such a petition was presented and the election was called in times and they do it easily and documentary tax stamps attached <: to 'James Hilton Faulkner and The Principle Which Made Our
quickly, by poking through; the to deeds filed in the Bradford! Harry Planert Faulkner, both of
with law. It is that the entire 'procedure I
compliance hoped Of course, of the kids do
the ,
mukh. locating plant Jacksonville, 149 acre farm, $14- :
County clerk's office. Only trans- Great!
may be conducted from here on out in an atmosphere of then with a spin of the fingers, not see it this way, and we sup- actions of $1,000 or more are Country

dignity and order.It the plant comes popping.rough.( pose they have to be urged I mentioned here. Other sales were: 000.Mildered Morrell Griffis to W.

should be borne in mind by everyone May 16 that 1S strongly to co-operate.But we suspect I Dan Johnson to E. W. ,'I H. Nollman, Stark"e, ten acres of I
he is voting on two questions-not just one. But unless done with some care, that in years to come, they Starke, lot in Lincoln City, $2,000. land, $1,200.Darvin I
mulching can set a crop back for will look back on the days they D. Barbour Jr., Duval
The first question will be to decide whether the sale of William E. Owen to A. D. Cros- :
spent growing up on the farm as
at least two weeks. Last time we County, to Claud B.Barbonr Law-
intoxicating liquors, wines or beer shall be prohibited or had it done, there was a young the happiest days, of their lives. by, Starke, three lots, $2,250. I tey, parcel of land 1500. I: Think

permitted in Bradford County. Wayne H. Hand to Richard SLADE GAS
big-footed hand who went traips- I Howard R. Corl, Brooker, to I II
The second question will be to decide whether the sale ing around the planting, and When Sam grew up as a kid in Richards Starke, residence in I f Hazel E. Harrell Brooker, parcel t I ofYour

of such beverages shall be restricted to sales made in quantities every place he put down those New Jersey his family lived ,out ,I Saratoga Heights, $10,050. I Of land, $900. I II I
of not less than one-half pint, contained in sealed-containers suitcase-sized feet of his, the in the country, and as water was I Owen John Starke Rasmussen, residence to William 7800.E. i Business ;is AppreciatedTRY

for consumption off the premises where sold. Such plants took a beating.'SA supplied by a hydraulic ram whichdidnt Patricia Mary Hyman, Auburn- .. AOTICE
work, all water had to be The Board of County Commission .
"sale the
sales are known as by package. I dael, administratrix of the estateof
group of women stopped at carried. And as we had a wood- erR of Bradford County, Florida,
If a person fails to vote on the first question, his vote on Alice's Nursery last week, includ- burning range in the kitchen, John VV. Willard, deceased, to will 1961! ,receive at 10:00!sealed a. m.bids. in on the May eourt-I 2, I

the second question will not be counted. ing Mrs. Chess Allen. She took a Sam's mother was forever saying: herself parcel of land, $1,100. house for the following: pieces
look around, pointed and said: "I "Son few of wood Olen V. Hicks, Putnam County, equipment, which may he seen at I OUR BUDGET PLAN!
Also sticks
a person may vote against legalized sale; and still go get a to V. J. Hazen, Bradford County, the County Barn on North Water I
suppose that is Hnnegan, theWaterPump for the fire." It was a mystery Street.
vote on the second question to have sales restricted to the a residence, 10000.
1. One P-4 Mo-
must a Ford Truck Old.
and I have then as to how one woman.couldburn
package in the event majority question I Eoline W. -
a approves one. Smith to Leon Con-
drink of water from Finngan. so much wood in so little a I
While checking on the law governing wet-dry elections, I ner, Starke, a lot on Crosby Lake !I
time, and if today the region of
we came across a statute that is perhaps little known and Apparently on his good behavior Scotch Plains is barren of trees,j $1,200.Maitland Whitehead your shoes Sale :ILNI S TIRES
which might have a beneficial effect if the general public for a change FL.negan it is because of Mrs. McGarveyand George I l I talk

were aware of its existence. The heading is: "Habitual gallantly responded :to the request. her wood-devouring stove. pests. i i

drunkards; furnishing intoxicants to, after notice." It pro- But we can remember lots, of S'S For additional help with lawns,!I about you! ,

vides that: '* times when the cows and hogs And the time when Sam was sent telephone your county agricultural 6.70 15 BLACK

"Any person who shall sell, give away, dispose of, exchange and .chickens, as well as the two :o hoe the onions and he beat it agent. '!1 ""-\. I I x $ 95
McGanreys, begged for water and off and went swimming. He got a i i
or barter any malt, spirituous or vinous.liquors, in- =
!all we got out of Finnegan was licking for that, and the worst TUBE TYPE
cluding beer, ale, and wine, or any ardent, or other intoxicating f
an angry humEncouraging part of it was that Sam's father Radio-TV
liquor of any kind whatsoever or any essence extract, Repair SHOEREPAIRING
said: "Go cut a switch and bringit PLUS TAX &
bitters, preparation, compound, composition, or any article sign: There were back here." Now Sam knew well i ?

whatsoever under any name, label or brand, which produces several hundred fewer forest fires enough he was going to get licked NEELMOBILE them RECAPPABLE TIRE ii i

intoxication, to any person habitually addicted to 'the use during the, first three months of with that switch, and it seemed keeps looking like new! I! i

of any or all such intoxicating liquors, after having been' this year than there were in a unfair to him that he had ito RADIO Delco Batteries INTERNATIONAL

given written notice by wife, husband, father, ,mother, sister similar period last season,accord choose the weapon of his own de 234 N. $5.00Allowances MUFFLERS
brother, child, or nearest relative that said person so ing,to the Forest Service. And struction. AVE. I I COURTSHOE :
addicted is an habitual drunkard and that the use of intoxicating only a half as many acres burned S. (located in North Florida On Any LIFE TIME
Come to think of it, it was -a Battery During Sale GUARANTEEDodtTs
drink or drinks is working an injury to the per- over. Supply Co. store)
.s there
good thing fishing ,
son using said liquors, or to the giving said written up REPAIR I
person I
Read an account this week 'of wasn't as good as it .is here 'or Phone
notice; shall, upon conviction thereof, be sentenced to a the aloe vera..:sometimes called those onions never would have WO 4.5521 Service & Auto Sales

term of imprisonment for not more than six months, or by the "drugstore plant." It has. dagTTT been oe d. '. ', >'' *_-k-. "\,:_ :-If no answer call I 126 N. COURT ST.

fine of not more" than $500, or both, for each and every .__.._._...._._._._.________"mte'Let's I ronnel will kill the bugs. if applied WO 4-2113 Starke, Florida p i 528 S. Walnut St. Phone 964-3861
such offense. I E, A. .HALL, Owner: & Mgr.
i S' Co properly, t. -
Attack the bugs by firs; laying
to down a water barrage. Then apply

Support Our- Students Gardening the death-dealing chemical A jar Improve Your Home Now! Remodel;, Fix-Up, Paint, Add A Room! Wean

attachment to a garden hose is a
t Parents and other members of the community would do fine way to spray.on. the pesticide Save You Money On All Your Material Requirements. Here Are A
By Hervey Sharpe
well to come out and support their children and students in: Dosage; varies with each chemical,,

all activities-especially when there is a barrel, of fun to be Florida Agricultural Service Extension so be sure to follow the directions Few Specials During Our, SpringDon't

had in the process.So on the con141nerabe! .

instead of staying home anc( watfhing 1 the same old It's, bewitching ,to discover that I S Of J Webworm

westerns this Friday and Saturday night, why not visit the lawn Insects ,were not sleeping I The sod. webworm is a 3-4-rinch-

new BHS auditorium and take a look at the first.musical beauties during their winter nap.! Ipng greenish caterpillar. that eats a

production ever staged at Bradford High-starring your I The long warm spell in late by, night and sleeps by da; ,The
winter is causing the law varmints mother, a small dingy brown
and daught'ers. We
own, or your neighbors' sons predict ,
i to cut their teeth earlier moth, is the dastardly creature .
this home-grown talent will surprise and
-you than usual this spring. S) don'tbe *ho begins the, invasion by spraying -
you, too. lulled into a lazy bug control the lawn with eggs.

Time and again we hear it said that young people need prpgram. I't takes only a. week for the l
Cash For Fixing Up Your ( 4.
Wait Till You Have Ready
something to do-something to keep them off the streetsat Delayed action will allow thepests eggs to, hatch into caterpillarsthat

night and out of trouble. Well, about half.of the 'Junior to drain the green from can eat several times their Home-Do It Now With A Loan-A Low-Cost Loan Can Be S<, t,

Class. has been keeping off the streets lately, rehearsing out-of-door carpets. weight in grass per night. When
their musical, "Swinging High," at least'two or three nightsa Chinch Bugs just a few days old.
week. They have invested around $150 in materials and Keep an eye peeled for the worst shifts its jaw into high gear andyou'll Remodeling-Up To 36 Mo.\ To Pay. As Low As $10.00 Per. Mo.\ J i.

props, not to mention the many hours of time put in on the enemy ...<.the chinch bug. swear that the stripped >; ft
'To glimpse this active little !.patches of grass happened over + _
project. rascal retirees will have to do night. .
And this is just one of recent student activities
many more than adjust their bi-focals. To catch the worms rei-hand-
deserving public support. To mention a few: six students and the younger set may have to ed, use a flashlight at night. Dur-

recently returned from the State Science Fair in Lakeland; squint hard or even resort to a ing the day, part the grass and e e e f e y 1
Bradford's baseball team has lost but a single game this hand lens. look for a greenish "worm" curledup t

season; the BHS track team won the P. K. Yonge invita- Full grown chinch bugs are on the soil.,

tional meet by some 80 points; and 300 youngsters last week black and only a fifth of an inch A jar attachment hose sprayer I _

took part in a countywide track meet. long. Their wings are folded over loaded with toxaphene or DDT _
their with ,white will kill
back areas sod webworm. -
The effort put forth by all these young' people is noth- showing. The young bugs are }Iol -Crieket GIVE A. NEW LOOK TO YOUR HOME! NEED MORE ROOM? WE CARRY ALL

ing less than superb. It is our duty to give them our whole- wingless, reddish with white back
Mole-crickets, billbugs. and PAINT NOW INDOOR AND OUT!
hearted.. support, and show our interest in them. banis. It takes 20 of these white grubs are soil dwellers that BUILDING NEEDS and ACCESSORIESWe
And could make start nymphs to measure an inch.
we a good by letting the Juniors'entertain feed on grass roots. The crickets
This enemy usually! attacks first We, Specialize in Top Quality SPECIAL FRI.-SAT.
this Friday and Saturday nights.
make tiny mole tunnels and the the time to add to SPECIAL
along concrete walks and drives. FRL-SAT.
The insect sucks grass ju'ce and grubs just gnaw their way along, Paints &Palntlnr needs. Tan=-Oil Base Outside your Home! 'EnJoy it. more
cutting grass roots. This causes White Folly Guaranteed x
possibly injects a toxic substance, our Prices are tow. See .. this Summer We have the N 2'PlxNE
The Recreation ApproachThe dead spots on the turf. very $4.95 GAL.TongTex 0.
causing yellowish to brownish finest lumber and Building;
patches in turf. Chlordane heptachtor, and al- us Today! Interior or Exterior -
Starke-Bradford County Chamber of ..Commerceisplanning To check.an ailing spot cl grass I drin halt the action of these soil Bobber Base White Material In Town. Free \ $100

to become more recreation-minded its future for chinch bugs cut both er.ds out I dwellers. $3.55 GAL Estimates. PER 1000 SQ. FT.

advertising brochures and publicity. This is in keeping.of a large metal can. Push one Earwigs and millipedes are not I CASH '&", CABBY'I CASH & CARRYtMllFff.4Th1jklitliP

with the times. end of the can about two th gibes ]harmful to lawns .but become a I I I

: As a matter of fact, one .of the nation's outstanding i.into' the sod and fill with water.If J nuisance[ by sneaking from the I

economists declares that leisure and convenience! are bring- I.: .any bugs! are present, they'll J lawn into the .house or into the

ling: about radical changes in the economic geography of the}[!;float to the surface. swimming pool Earwigs'arc Inch-
Controlling chinch is J long brownish insects with forceptslike t1'
bugs a ,
U. S. The coastal regions of the country are clearly growing' ,
1 I tails.
problem. But. Florida Agricultural Millipedes are;
much. faster than the interior, he points out, and the big ]Experiment: Station entomologistssay I often: called "thousand-legged ,;
is that people have more J leisure time and like spend- I; -
reason; that: pesticides such as VCi|wonns." .1 -:-

(; ing it near the water. I I.;13, Ethion. Trithlon. Diazinon'and. Try BHC or lindane on these 1 WE HAVE
Since easy transportation and communication have freed 'Ithe IF.YOU ARE.A DO, -IT.Y OU RSE LF MAN
today's businesses from so many of the past restrictions, THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH YOURROOFINPERFECTCONDITIO '
: We
tendency is to locate on the basis of, comfort and con- '' ESTABLISHED 1879. ." ._ You Need For Any Job

yenience i rather than necessity, tfce\ report points out. In. f Florida's. oldest weekly .

the days when- .. folks worked six' or seven days,a.week, where ; .. # Newspaper Published Continuously No matter, what needs. to be"' 'SPECIAL-- -" .FRL-SAT.- Lack of the proper. tools SPECIAL CASH A": CARRY.

they spent their leisure didn't' matter very, mub. But now j OR''_ E$ Under The Same done to your roof or home 220 LB. FULL THICK takes longer and is harder to .. FRL-SAT.

that they work only 40 hours, pr less, i it,,ca be, a determining -.: Masthead ...*' e. ROOF SHINGLES : ALL ELECTRICAL 1IA.nwe

factor\ in where a business that wants contented em- A S S OT ON E..L. MATTHEWSEditor r have. the.finest materials 15 YR. BOND O-V LABOR do the Job properly. See us TOOLS-ALSO CARPENTER -

ployes, decides tolocate.Fewcommunities .. in town. Our Prices are low! CASH MATERIAL.& !We hare the finest in ER TOOLS HAMMERS,
are so blessed recreation-wise as Starke' \ and Owner CARRY SAWS. 1,.EYELS.. SQUARES. c

and Bradford County--within easy access of the ocean, and SUBSCRIPTION. RATES PER S Q.- .$X75' .I town. Oar prices are low. 10% OFF

the gulf; with more than, a score of' fine fishing, boating, IN TRADE AREA OUTSIDE TRADE AREA .. r. ,111.

and swimming lakes within a radius of, 20 miles; with a ON E YEAR j.oo, ONE YEAR 3.BO

fine new golf course; a well .orga.niz.ed i /nfl;\ directed rec: SIX MONTHS > I.7S SIX MOI01tS00 Starke Builders
and | *3
.r.et\tlQn.1\ > many other advantages. .Certainly Published
Each.Thursday aDd Entered,as Second Class Matter .
should let, the world know abUt our recreation facilities
at the.Post Office at Starke Fla, under,Art ol March
__ 3,1879 PHONE 964-4201' ACROSS FROM SAL
f Jn all advertising programs, i- I DEPOT
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Methodists Begin Graham Baptists j '

: Revival Revival l \i } ,
MeetingsRevival I Plan I .. '.
A services started Wednesday The Graham Baptist Church' J .- _.', ,.
at. the First Methodist will hold a one-week revivtf start- j ".
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Church and will continue through| -
ing Monday April 17 with ser- .. ""' o: -"
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April 23, with Dr. B. C. Gamble vices each night at 7:30Rev.. t ,' $
: of Atlanta, Ga. as evangelist. He Elma Gaskins of Winter Garden I .
,'\\i1lle? heard each weekday morning = will be the evangelist', and there ;; .? ; ,'" .
; except Saturday at 10 a. m, will be special music' each night. :, 5':: 'Yt JI 'I"

.. .and each..night at 730.; A nursery On-Sunday, April 23; there will be : :.:' ,_H- ''' : We appreciate the fine Support have receivedar
will be 'provided at each of we: ;
dinner on the grounds. i I *.> %-*.';! .. -" : : -'Sttr :** &
these services. Mrs. Irene Ratiiffi; chairman of .m :
Don Rollings, the song leader the Revival Committee, extends I ; { ; f I from residents of the Starke trading area. .during
and youth worker will be in : f v jvr. .r *& I '.*? T *, *?*w i_, 4>V4 *
an invitation to 'the'public to at-
charge of a special service 'from'7:30llto I i tend. 1 1I r .' : ti + our First Year of operation. We invite\ you, to.
8 each morning; a chil- I 1.i iI .- .* .*.
dren's service each afternoon at I I
3:30: ; and a youth service each' PENTECOSTAL. HOLINESS. Visit\ with i .us during our Anniversary i 5>aleand,
night at 7 oclock. *. } \\ri .u i / *
Sunday School, 10 a. m.; Morning O. S. ,WEBB FRANK.ILGEN. RANDAL.. CHITTY DON HEEL .
The public is invited to all serv I + *
"" r Month Come.t .
during to
ices. Worship, 11 a. m. Evangelistic .. Sales Owner OwneF Nee! Mobile I rii'5* *hS '--fl ? : *?' .

services, 7:30: p. m. i L. V.VILLIAItSON Radio-TVService BILL McLENDON, '.' ;, .
Methodist Church Appliance Service T.V. Service '
"Come, let us reason together,

Snack a.Schedule Sunday m. Morning for'MYF for Church week Worship, 6 p.School of m.,April 11;Youth 8'.45 a.16 m.: I:: 10:00:Carl CHRISTIANCHURCH SUNDAY a. Clarke mr Bible SERVICES," minister School. Here>> Are A Few Of The Many Bargains Being Qffered Dwjiig. '1\\5\ ; \

Meetings.6:30: m."Youtil Choir
p. 11:00 and Com-
: a. m. Worship
rehearsal l, 7 p. m. Evening Wor munion.

hlp,T:3a: 'p. m. A nursery is.provided 7:30: p. m. Evening Worship. \ GREAT WESTINGHOUSE! SAW ,
at both services each Sun r
01 ,a." .' ," .
Revival' Services Law 'y .- ..-. ,. .. .- 4 "t '... -- ......
,730 a, m. and 10 a. m. Story !
A. E. Massey, Pastor Models.
1 Westinghouse .
conducted bY' evangelist for I
Bible school, 10 a, m. ,
Juniors and Primary, 3:30.p. m.:
Youth Revival" ''service,. 7 p. m. Preaching, 11 a. m. .
Evening; Revival service. 7:30 p. Evening Service 7:30: p. m. .
Bible Study,and Prayer Meet- COMPLETELY rKUST-FREES ,,- .. :
m. ..
ing, 7:30: p. m. Wednesday. ,
Tuesday Morning: Revival 1
service, 7:30 a. nv WSCS #ill hold .

Note April'business change in.meeting time. Revival, 9:15: a.ser-nv BAPTIST CHURCH' No: frost in refrigerator( i No frost in freezer!". No defrosting, everl.inn.iitttumM.iiiJ.il .:: ..
Sunday School, 9:45: a. m.
vice, 10 ,a. m. Children's service, '
a e"
3:30: p' m: Youth Revival service, Morning Worship, 11 a. m. and I t a a.
15I 1
7:30: p. m. Prayer Meeting each! ffI I .1 .
7 p. m. Evening revival, 7:30: p. j

m.Wednesday Thursday' Friday George welcome.Wednesday Chism, 7:30:pastor.p. m.'Rev.Everybody .1'1 '. 'I I Tii : t IVt .t...

Revival services 7:30: a. m., 10 a. .
pl 1 1 1
1 1I
m., 3:30: p. m., 7 p. m., and 7:30p. HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH I ..... .
m. I l lI

Saturday Revival service, Sunday Sunday School: 10 .I t S L
7:30: p. m. a. m. Morning message 11 a. m.1 I. "l. ,. aTii
Training Union 7 p. m. Evening'I ::i =" '.-. .. ....1 '. f?._r I -,_. 1- I Ff--i
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At The TabernacleStudy message 8 p. m. _
Monday Bible Joy Club 4 to I RAB16: RAB14 RBB16 JiBB i4 RDB 13 RFQ 13 ,. It I

of the New Testament 5 p. m. ., .
Commandments Tuesday night, Wednesday Prayer Meeting NOT JUST ONE-BUT 6 MODELS-FROST FREE _IN THE FREEZER
and 7:30: 'Choir Practice, 8:30:
the Scripture Question Con- p. m. p. .4 ,".X, t. +, ;.
test Saturday-night 'highlighted m. Pastor: Merle L. Packham. AtX
the week at the Gospel TabernacleMrs. ..
J. T.Quialey carried' oil hon-: Soil Conservation ': rirNmr
ors in the Scripture contest.: .
t'fhePersonal- Appearance of ,. -, -.: : + :: !
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Jesus" was the subject at the By Bill Hays 10' .
Sunday morning service, after J
which itlie sponsor took part in a Soil (Conservation Service # ; fV- l-*
service at the State Prison. s l :g us'e "'$ .
Harry Wilkerson, whose farm is JijitA/1
FIRST- .'PRESBYTERHN located north west of Lawtey received "
CIIURCIIBarry a complete, soil and water .
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D. Van Deventer, :Minister! conservation" 'plan. He will ALL-FREE
X W.WW.X..X.M*y/j "" '.".-.Il FOR : SHELVES
390 N. Cherry St. use Pensacola Bahia and White iBa6 'i K"l ? -
clover for his permanent pastures. BOTTLE
Thursday Choir practice, 8 Harry- also has established fire :. Blea h'and BrigKtner" To fl f

P. m. control and woodland manage- : t -/w Everyone who \"isits'oIiI' S drJ'. \, Anniversary 3

Friday Deacon's meeting ment program for his timber land. 'Fre I ; f'
7:30: p. m.Saturday. A complete -soil and_ __ water. connervation I ;:
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Junior Recreation 'plan was prepared for I,IA. li SPECIAL W. T. '
4p.m. F. of-Brooker. is iI I : .
McDavid Fred :77fl '
.Sunday Sunday School 9:45a. : using a rotation hay and pasture It' \, \ \ \ \, : ,
m. Morning Worshipll' am. program -on his cropland Each .
Junior Choir, 5 p. m. Evening year he breaks-out- some t=el'man..1 -

Vespers, 6 p. m. Youth Fellowship, ent pasture, plants it-to a grazing I HOME; LAUMIMLO .2

7 'P. m. crop ahd then to row crops. <' . !
Tuesday Young Communicants Grass is one of the best land F k :;I ,l' 'j ..ItJ' J FROM .
Class 330;: p. m, builders used. in. a conservation '

program. It improves the organic -- :. ,. TV's Galo.-e! WESTINGHOUSE'Come
material in the soil and cuts downon a
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soil insects.
Raymond W. Bryan of Lawteyis \ : -----i COMPLETE SJ'OCl( ;
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3 Mi. S on 301. starting a soil and water con-

Sunday -' Bible Classes 10 a. servation program on ''his farm. Priced from 15 9 t' ..-
m.; Assembly Worship with ,the He is going to use Coastal Bermuda t ; at
Lord's Supper, 11 a: m..? 'Evening for hays and Pensacpla; Ba- t' s ;
Assembly Worship, 6:30: p. m. I hia and White Clover for his! per- a i i L .. ;

Wednesday. -' ,Bible Classes'. manent pastures. He, i also setting 14-GO. FT. ,COMBINATION "The Most Beautiful.Furniture. You! Fiver; 'yatcIed"} y ;. :

7:30: p.m.V .' up a* '5tem' of fenced so he ..;.:.::.:; .. ,.. .. \ .. ___--_ "_, -v_ -' ,
vCHURCH v -';'-
will be able control the'grazing 4. t. : 1'11 }'
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of his pastures. .: : y .
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Ethan Sapp' was discussing ': :'- --: > : .-'-- .'- ". ..-: -:, : ':_'-' =. ':',''''''- :"' ':,: :: ', ::---.'" ;
Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn pasture fertilizers? the other day 175 LB. FREEZER SECTION. 'f" .-. r'.s -<. -3 r ,c, -"' ,, -
ing Worship 11 a. m. Sunday
Evening! .Service,.745: P m. YPE wh'ehlie remarked, "I used 101010 COLD ,INJECTORAnniversary /I FOOl DEEP FREEZE- -
fertilizer pastures just
Service Wednesday, 7:45: p. m. on my '
before that last rain and: they a P' i!eyrlt tsh al
Prayer. Meeting, Friday 7:45: p m.
have started to green up already." e' a
The use of. high nitrogen fertilizer ,
BOATDRAIN* ; '. BAPTIST" CIIURCII.'' is iniportant to get the ] ... i utomatit Lint Ejeetor
!/ > < i ) grass. ,4
Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morning into early1' production. '" SALE. PRICE %J Anniversary .Special Z j_ ti) ..
-Worship: 11 a. m. Training W. L; Lawson and Cecil Craw- ONLY -
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Union, 6:30: p. m. Evening' Wor- ford used the District fertilizer I 4: 1 { : }. "ILY

,ship, 730_; p. m. distributor to" fertilize. their. ,pa.. .t- k -, ,--.-,_.-. ,--' ._-., ,-, --- -, ,,-' -. -- .- .
Prayer Meeting Wednesday, ures. -- "

7$0p.m.:Pastor Everyone i i .,'Rev welcome, Barney. :,ka Sweat.Ci heavy rolling Jimmy'"growth chopper Rowe:on'to used"some chop. the of dawn his District land.. the:'"I : T, ': ,: .. : ', W.T.I .: II'L': 0'W".: E.E.S.S.O S.f' fP-P- -Ar"'y""M'- N"S' -P-' 1 ij JOIN"1 ;>: : P,1. !

NOTICE By And Register"For T .

,l Effective. April' 1, 1961 the following, rate' will' .apply !I i :. : ; BUY NOW! '1 Sf PAYMEN : ** 'Matchinfr liJlVJiftn CJ lothesD7.*

to. subScriptions to The Bradford County Telegraph i ._ '. I ex...A (), 11
outside of Bradford County and trade area:* .. ; : '
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One. Year Six Months" Three.' .Months" i i PRIZES '; DUE 'JlE' 1ST' r lY/estlnghouse..@ .

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1 ',,35.0, '$2,00 $1.25 ." t, 'n :. ., .. j.. .., ".t

This increase in "out ot area"' subscription\ rates,is /! ,

due largely to increases in postal l rates and other mail +'I Radio Station V/fiGR will Broadcast from our store from ?:<$ 4 J,1. until\l'M\ P'M.S'tur4P: f April !Sib. ,

ing costs in recent years. ,, Watch the Broadcast ti>e. and; say Hello; I to your friends on th! air. I r. i .
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Th re'will be no increase at this time in rates to subscribers v 4 a '

in Bradford County, or Keystone Heights, Melrose IJ ': '

Lake Geneva, Lake: Butler I ,. ,Raifprd, brMaxvile.BradfordCounty I I 'F NORTH. ,'.FLORIDA, SUPPLY v. !. r: :

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Dr. and Mrs. Seymour Marco: 'Gone With The Wind' Rotary Hears

and son, Mike, left Friday for
To At Florida
Buffalo, N. Y. where Dr: MarcoIs Play Plans To Move
attending the International :
J t-V V V Starting Sunday"Gone
Contact Lens Congress. They will V : StationMurray
,. return Friday. _____ With The Wind," the
Mrs. J. R.'Ha.rdee, Mrs. Lester
memorable movie adapted from
Tillman of Fort
Thompson and Mrs. A. F. Ander- the best-selling novel. Is being released -
1- son of Fernandina Beach were : i as a special Civil War Cen- Pierce, owner of Starke radio station
Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. L tennial salute, and will be shownat WRGR gave
radio at the Rotary Club
talk on
Davis. the Florida Theatre starting
David G. Scott, Jr. of Tampa Mrs. B. U. Dyal of Coral Gables A. : s1 Wednesday.He .

j ""was a weekend guest of Dr. and was visiting Mrs. M. H. Ling last M-Sgt. C. C. Talbot of Camp Sunday. I told of plans for his station

Mrs. O. L. Haynes Jr. week. Irwin, Calif., formerly of Camp Clark Gable Vivian Leigh Leslie from its present loca-
Blanding, is visiting friends:: here Howard, and Olivia do Havil- to move
Mr. and Mrs. N. S. Dankel have
I' Mr. and Mrs. John Torode, Rep. tion on the American Legion fair
for ten days. land top ,the impressive cast In
had as guests Mr. and Mrs. mad
and Mrs A. J. Thomas, Jr. and #" grounds to a site in southeast
Dankel of Brunswick, Ga. last Friday Sen. and Mrs. Charley Johns will Karen Morris of lakeland was r' .. this stirring love story set againstthe Starke on State Road 100. He

t and Mr. and Mrs. Murray An- attend the reception at the Gov- visiting Sammy Warren from tumultuous background of said that the application to moveis

derson of Waycross, Ga. over the ernor's mansion In Tallahassee Thursday: to Sunday. Civil War spectacle and strife. now before the FCC In Wash

weekend. tonight [Thursday]. Mrs. E. L. Cox and daughter Atlanta, Ga. was recreated for ington and must be approved

Jamie Worley of Warner Rob- Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Stricklandwill Linda, attended "open hovse" at the film as it appeared in 1864 before the station can change los

bins, Ga. spent the weekend with attend Mrs. Strickland's class the U. of F. Medical Center last .. when General Sherman' first laid cations.
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Crowson. Kindergarten Operetta siege to the city during his historic -
reunion of Robert E. Lee High Saturday and also visited Mr. and The speaker was Introduced by
T. H. Slade of Starke 'is among School on Saturday evening! in Mrs. Earl Norman while in march. to the sea.Th?"burn W. H. Graham. !

'I 15 Floridians named as relegates Jacksonville. The dinnerdancewill Gainesville.Mr. Pictured above is the cast of..Schmitt, Barbara Valinski, Nancy teen Eddie Hazen, Jimmy Outlaw. Ing of Atlanta" is one of the most

I to the Methodist Church's National be held at the Roosevelt and Mrs. Robert Barksdaleand "Goldlilocks and The Three'Rowell, Martha Struth, Joy An- Third row: Brad Carter Jimmy exciting and unforgettable scenes
Convocation on Christian Social drews, Gayle Hatcher, Debbie ever filmed, showing the panic-
Hotel dining room. children spent the weekendat Bears byl I
an operetta presented Brown, Dale Norman, David Roberts
t Concerns In Washington D. C., Thomas, and Carol Bloodworth. stricken populace fleeing the city DABIW
Gro-Tone Pellets, special' for their cottage on Cowpen! Lake Mama Priest's in ,
I April 24-28. Kindergarten Second row:I Jimmy Constance, Buster.Rowe, David Benner, with plunging'horses, ammunition
of lawns. We also rent disHIbutor near Hawthorne.Mr. the BHS auditorium Thursday Larry David Andrews John Milton fire trucks, and civilian STARKE FLA.
I Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sellers Roger Dale, Kim Bishop, Brian wagons, .
for applying same-at Sistrunk's.Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Dinkins were
Brevard N. C. arrived last Friday night of last week. Johns Zack Edwards Stephen Thomas, Billy .V.Bigham. Cheryl vehicles all In mad confusion a-
and Mrs. F. B. Beard, Jr. In Hyattsville, Md. from March
to spend a week with Mr. and First row Il-r] Barbara Alan Lowery, Vicki Dyal, Connie Chas- Phillips, and Stan Reddish. midst the spreading'flames. SUN.MON.TUES.APRIL .
and family of Sanford were visit- 30 to April 9 visiting their son-
Mrs. L. F. Smith Sr. Mrs. Smith -- -- Gable has his most famous roleas
ing Mr. and Mrs. Beard, Sr. over in-law and daughter Dr. and Mrs.J. .
is the mother of Mrs. Sellers.Mr. M-Sgt. and Mrs. R. W. Reese Garden ClubPresents David W. Paton, 75, the dashing Rhett Butier and 16-18
the weekend. L. Stith and children.Dr. and Sgt. and Mrs. M. R. Shein
and Mrs. G. A. Gay had as :Miss Leigh is the fiery Scarlet ONLY
recent guests Cleo Gay of Tampa, Mr. and Mrs. William Miner of and Mrs. O. L. Haynes, Jr. of Goldsboro, N. C. are spendingthe Annual Passes Monday O'Hara.Horne's.

Mrs. M. D. Cannon and Mrs. Bet- Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio are spending of W. Madison Street have purchased weekend with m Mrs. Adam Children under 16 must be

ty Janney of Chiefland, Mr. and Friday to Wednesday with Mr. and the former Doyle Conner Green and Mr. and Mrs. Don ; 'David W. Paton, 75, of 624

Mrs. Gerald Gay and sons of Mi- Mrs. Merritt Williams.Mr. home at 114 Martin Street and Page. Flower ShowThe Gardiner Street, died at his home Enterprises Accompanied by Adults.

ami, and Pfc Joseph A. Gay of and Mrs. T. A. Yawn, Sr. moved in over'the wee&M. Parakeets, Goldfish, and Pet Monday morning after a brief Constructing Store The MisfitsStarring

Fort Jackson, S. C. returned to their home in Staats- G. E. AIR CONDITIONING Supplies-at Sistrunk's. fourth annual Flower illness. He was born July 20, 1885in

Mrs. M. W. Lance spent the burg, N. Y. last Friday after BROWN'S REFRIGERATION Mrs. R. A. Barkley of Jackson- Show, sponsored by the Starke Scotland and moved to Starke Near Lawtey Clark Gable, Marylin

past week visiting Mr. and Mrs. spending a week with Judge and Attending the Science Fair in ville was visiting her sister, Mrs. Garden Club, will be held'Satur- several years ago after his retirement Monroe, and MontgomeryClift.

Billy Burbank, Jr. at Fernandina Mrs. Yawn Jr. and family.Mr. Lakeland last Wednesday to Sat- Inman Green, last Thursday.Mrs. day, April 22, from 2 to 8 p. m., from the,insurance business Home's Enterprises Inc., whose 4 '
and Sunday, April 23, from 1:30: in New Jersey. He was a home office is at Bayard, near
Carswellin and Mrs.
and Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Leroy Vicki Devrick. Har- .
urday were: : Edwin Marshall of Anthony -
Mason and member of the Pres- St. is constructing one
While ,there she Freeland. Mich to 5 p. m. in the Starke Woman's a Augustine Plus.Cartoon.
Waycross, Ga. are spending riett Goodman, Linda Wasdin, visited Mrs. F. J. Shaw last ., .
byterian Church. of its retail establishments on
saw her great-grandson Henry several days with Mr. and Mrs. Don Thompson, David Dya'!, MicKey Wednesday afternoon. Club. "Springtime Is Like A Melody" -
Leo will be the theme. Surviving} are his wife, Elizabeth U. S. 301, about a mile south of
I McCoy Carter Jr. Champion and family.W. Dansby Mr. and Mrs. R. 0. FRI.-SAT;, APRIL 21-22
Mrs. Irma Netherland of Louis- Weir Paton of Starke two the Lawtey city limits. The stores .. .
G. E. AIR CONDmONlNGBROWN'S W. Shaffer of Tavares Visited Dansby, Mr. and Mrs. Riley Was-. Mrs. P. T. Nolin is show chair- ; .".
ville, Ga. is visiting her daughter appealing to the tourist trade, are
t REFRIGERATION his sister, Mrs. Gladys Weldon, din, Mr. and Mrs. Nate Dyal, Mr. man, and Mrs. A. Russell Norman, daughters Mrs. Margaret Cohill, "Paris Holiday"Starring
Mrs. B. L. Moxley, Jr. and family. East Orange, N. J., and Mrs. well known and attractive estab-
the weekend. chairman of
over and Mrs. Denver Devrick, Mr. and
George BaL den and Mrs. Martha .
I Mrs. Titus Olson attended the Catherine Black, Belmar, N. J.; lishments.The
Holliday of Jacksonville and Mrs. Fred Snell had as lunch- Mrs. W. B. Thompson, Mr. and Entries will be placed :n the : Bob Hope, Fernandel -
MYF Retreat at Lake Swan near and,two sons, David D. and Thomas property, 236 x 113 feet,
eon guests last Thursday. Mrs. Mrs. Seeber Goodman, and Rich- folowing divisions: 1] Artistic De and Anita Ekberg.
Henry Carter of Maxvill* were ,
Melrose over the weekend. Paton, both of Newark, N. J. was purchased from Joe Prevattof
Walker Wood, :Mrs. Drew Reddish ard Jockel. sign. 21 Educational Exhibits.. 3]
Sunday visitors of Mrs. Effie
Ben Moxley, Paul Canova, and Funeral services were held at Lawtey. The transaction was
Johns. and Mrs. John Simpson. I Mr. and Mrs. O. W. White, Sr. Special Exhibits [commercial]. 4] North To Alaska
Mrs. 3 m. Wednesday in Jones { handled by J. H. Robinson, real
Mr. and H. A. Bishop Jr. em-
Patricia Loudon and Robert Friends of Joe C. Wallace of the were in Jacksonville on Saturday Horticulture. 5] Junior Exhibits
+ Hall attended the State Science .State Farm will regret to learn visiting Mr. and Mrs. Charles and son attended the Masters Golf [open to school children grades 4 'trial Chapel with Rev. Barry D. estate manager for the company. Starring:, John Wayne, Stew

Fair in Lakeland on Saturday. that he is a medical patient in Fields. Tournament in Augusta Ga. over to 8]. VanDeventer, pastor of the First Wilton Eskridge of Marion S. art Granger, Ernie Kovacs,
the weekend. I Presbyterian Church officiating. C. is contractor for the building,
John Mack Newsome enlisted in Baptist Memorial Hospital. No Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto spent II I All exhibits, except cut specimens and Fabian. ,
Annual Plantsat Sistrunk's.Mr. was Crosby Lake Cemetery and W. T. Jackson of Starke has ,
the U. S. Army last week and left visitors are allowed.A. last week with Mr. and Mrs. APvin j and those in Artistic Division Plus CartoonDeiimark's
under the
and Mrs. Bruce Mathews direction of De- the contract for filling in an area.
Sunday for Fort Benning Ga. Z. Adtins Jr. and children Gerle and Mr. and Mrs. Brad must be brought to the Wo- Witt C. Jones Funeral Home.
and daughter, Tina of Gainesville 113 x 74 :feet for the building.
Mrs. Luda Hoover of Pasadena, of Gainesville spent Sunday with Locke in Jacksonville. man's Club between 8 a. m. and

Calif. and Mrs. Della Campbell of his mother, Mrs. Adkins Sr., at Mrs. H. A. Durden of Jackson- were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. 5 p. m. on Friday: April 21, with I -

Mt. Ida, Ark. were Monday visit- her summer home on Kingsley ville Beach is visiting Mr and and Mrs. Garl Mathews. the exception of those from out V

s ors of Mrs. O. W.-White Sr. Lake.AMBULANCE Mrs. S. R. Johns and Mr. and Mrs. Mae Jones, Mrs. Ray Jones of town which may be delivered StrawberryFRIDAY V
and daughter, Miss Jean Jones,
Mrs. J. H. Ritch from Tuesday to
between 8 a. m. and 10:30: a. m.
.. and Mrs. Thomas E. Brook of
Thursday. Saturday, April 22.
Garden and Field Seeds. Also Jacksonville were Tuesday visitorsof
Competition in Artistic DivisionIs
Mrs. W. E. Middleton.Charles
Armour Fertilizer at Sistrunk's.Mr. T
964-2600 Lawson of Lakeland and open to all members of the
V PHONE and Mrs. C. S. Bowers of II
Fort Lauderdale will spend the .Pvt. Bud Lawson of Fort Jackson, Starke Garden Club,and must be

DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home weekend with their daughter, 'S. C. spent the weekend with their the work of an amateur arranger.
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Law- Deadline for the registration of
Mrs. R. G. Paterson and family.] parents
DeWitt C. Jones Registered Funeral Director entries is 5 p. m. Monday. April
Mrs. Bertha Pearce and her sis- son.Rev.
Starke Fla. attended the 17.
J. H. Mabry
ter, Mrs. W. T. Saxon of Fort
Horticulture Division Is to AND SATURDAY ONLY
United Christian Action meeting open
i Rental Service: Hospital Beds, Wheel Chairs, Crutches Lauderdale, returned last Thurs-
I in Tallahassee on Monday and all amateur gardeners living in
w day from a .month's trip Lc Richmond '" ".. j
,iVa. and Madison, N. J. !Tuesday. Stttrlte'and surrounding commun-
M visiting relatives. Mrs. Charles Durkee and daugh- ities, and entries must be grown
:Sheila left fog thenr by the exhibitor.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nollman
had luncheon Tuesday with their home Charleston, S. C. after six The Tricolor 'will be awarded to
J TERWILLEGAR MOTORS ,weeks visit with her parents, Mr.
son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and the highest scoring blue ribbon I ON fi :1 S
; Mrs. Crosby Dawkins in Jackson- and :Mrs. Carl Johns while RD3 winners in Classes 1 and 2 of the !

ville. Mrs. Dawkins will spend Durkee was on duty in Cuba. Artistic Division if the point scor-

Friday with the'Nol1m ns in cele- Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Wyre of ing is, 95 or above. The Sweep- i

rot bration of Mr. Nollman's birthday.. Fort Lauderdale and Mr. and Mrs. stakes Award will be given to the

B Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Outlaw, Mrs.B. Roy Shaw of Valdosta Ga. spent exhibitor winning the most blue Many Colors And Patterns From
the first of the week with Mr. and ribbons in the two main divisions
't S. Outlaw and Mrs. C. L. Selphof
Jacksonville were last Thurmay Mrs. Tyler Jones.Council of the show. c '. Which To Choose

j US ilKS evening guests of Mr. and Mrs.L. The public is cordially invitedto .

H. Outlaw. visit the show. There will be

For lawns and flowers use Gro- BorrowsTo no admission charge but silver do- \
Tone and Bertagreenat Sis- nations will be accepted. V x, '. ,
trunk's. .
1960.I Mr. and Mrs. 1 man Green and -Pay Debts Brannen Reunion Regular $7.95

-- -- family and Mrs. W. G.stringfellow ,

visited Mrs. George Manassa In [Continued from Page One] Set For Sunday HARVEST SALE PRICE

FORD FALCON FORD OR Green Cove Springs last Sunday.Dr. The Brannen family reunion $5.95
and Mrs. lines, streets, '
A. Y. Covington or lights. Council will be held Sunday, April 16, at
spent last Friday and Saturdayat members say, however, that since
Swift Creek Church. Dinner will
One Owner Miles Fordo-
i 17,000 Santa Rosa Island, Pensacola. money has been borrowed from be served at one o'clock and those

I matic DeLuxe Trim visiting his brother-in-law and other funds for improvements, it attending are asked to bring HEAVYWEIGHT
sister, Dr.and Mrs. Marian Bichon: should be able to go from the improvement baskets. .

I of Pudauch, Ky. back to the general

MrsRobert .E. Tanner ot Bald- fund. '9 12 LINOLEUM RUGS

.-1960-- win visited Mrs. J. H. Fields; and As indicated by the council's i.. x

I' Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Powell on long discussion, members were lAttenfJ ni -
Saturday. hesitant to borrow money unless F Regular Price $11.95
WAGON George C. Powell of Roseburg it appeared absolutely necessary. FLORIDAMotorists t

Ore. and Mrs. John Qsgard of And many reasons were offered
I' Radio, Heater, 15,000 Miles, One Salina Calif are visiting their the board members as to "why" *pk; 2 -DAYS ONLY95$

Owner parents, Mr. and 'Mrs. Charlie the city fell behind. )

Powell. Mrs. Powell Is quite ill Mayor W. T. [Billy] Jackson V

following a stroke. pointed out that the city overspenton V SPECIAL Ui
Mrs. J. W. Kincald is visitingMr. U. S. 301 north and has not

-1960- and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe in yet caught up. Clerk Edwards

Tampa.Mr. estimated that vacant rental

and :Mrs. Hugh Boggs b f: houses and business concerns are

FORD ,GALAXIE TOWN SEDANSharp Buffalo, N. Y. spent the weekend costing the city approximately

with their uncle and aunt, Mr.' $25,000-$30,000 in revenue per

and Mrs. E.F. Stump. year. 9 x 12 Viscose Tweed Rugs ,-
Council Chairman D.
Tuxedo Feeds *t Sistruck's. : J. Doyle

Mrs. Jack Edwards spent from I said that light plant revenue is v

.1960.'FORD Friday to Wednesday with her down now because of the slump 5 "Colors. s
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son, Wayne, in Alexandria Va. season, an in-between period "
Mrs. Mae Jones of Allentown, when people don't use either elec- ( FOAM BACK j(No Pad Needed) .,;

''i FAIRLANE FORDOR Pa. is visiting her sister Mrs. Ann tric heaters or air-conditioners.: OH TRAVELEIb
Regularly 54.00 ,
Underwood Bissell.for six weeks. Councilman Ruby Johns also ,p

One'Owner Mr. and Mrs. Addle Wheeler of said "The city Is not supposed to AUTOMOBILE .

J Taft were weekend guests of Mr.I be ahead, or any other govern

and Mrs. W. F. Herlong. They mental agency." Money in such .INSURANCE HARVEST SALE SPECIAL - $39.95

also had as Sunday visitors, Mr. agencies Is spent as it is collected r

--1961-- W. H. Steinmeyer and sou, Billy, torn the people, she said. Mrs. New Low Rata

of Jacksonville.Mr. Johns also pointed out that "there ,2. ,
I and Mrs. Arthur Crews of have been more expenses last year Safe Driver Savings
Chevrolet Monza 900 Fordor Stock Many Patterns Of The Fabulous Vinyl
LaCrosse and Mrs. O. W. Barry of than any year since I took office." 3. Local
Agent ServiceCharley .
Brooker were Sunday visitors of "I'm not sure we're far enough .
I ..
Sedan. 500 Miles behind to the SANDRAN Rolls In y M1 Widths
: Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hayes. borrow lone lady ,- x

,. Complete line of Ortho Insecticides board member also stated. te .
-at Sistrunk's.Mr. Chairman Doyle was also of the -

New Cars and Mrs. Joseph BaKfcen are opinion that money should not be FREE-DELIVERY FREE DELIVERY

spending several days in Charleston borrowed before consulting the E..Joins

& 51 & S.- C. on business- city's fiscal agent. "It's,A Fact Yo u'Can Do Better At"

Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sale were in But as Councilman Wayne Douglas -

Winter Garden over the weekend put it, "I would rather pay Agency
: Used Trucks visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dix- interest on a loan than owe bills," DENMARK FURNITURE COMPANY

on. They attended the ,funeral of to which Doyle replied, "I Phone WO 4-0121

'.I TO' FROM Mrs. Emma Bray'on Saturday.. don like it, but cant he$ if," .
Mr. and Mrs. E W.Hayes are : 131, S. Walnut St. .OF..: STARKE

in Lake City for a week staying 4 .
lhe >' <""t: -.Jo ..
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with their granddaughters while
way you write. Come in and select .01
Bank Financing 36 Mos. To QPay Mr. and Mrs. John Deas are attending favorite : IIIBA8TFOID 34=446 .
the Underwriters Convention lOur ESTERJJSQgg tllYEtElS .'1 W. Call St .PJww..9 644321
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1 ,..... Foreign StudentsAre Couple HonoredAt Mrs. Jerome Johns I Madison Street YWAJ''RegistratiolBooks Rescue SquadTo

i PresentedTo Dinner Party Nominated President !To Meet Monday Close At Noon i Organize FridayAn

i I Little WomenThe Of Junior Women i. SaturdayMrs.
i I Jlhs Judy Dankel and Meed I
!: The Madison Street Baptist Olg-arWl.mal: meeting of
I regular meeting of the Lit- :'IKis were; !liono.ed at a delight-t 'f YWA will meat Monday aitrnoon Marian L. Crosby, Super-. the Bradford County Civil Defense

Ate" II I tle Women's Club was heid! Mon- :al dinnrr party Saturday even- ; M's. Jeroms Johns was nomij : at 5 o'clock in the Parsonage. ,sor' of Registration, announces i Rescue Squad Is scheduled for
!ng"cn by Mr. any Mrs. Gilbert i :13 (d for president cf tho JuniorWoman's (:
day evening at 7:30: o'clock in the that because of the local option I 7:30: p. m. tomorrow night in the
/CIadYi Mot I club building with ,the p1.e-ijent. Seed their Name in Melra e. | Club at a meeting held Forestry Group 1. election set for May 16, the registration -! courtroom: ai the courthouse
Anne Ma.:+.ilews, presidingDuring *. The buffet table was graced j J JTJlh in .the club house Monday night i( books will be closed at I Deputy Sheriff Dolph! iteddishsaid.
I a handsome: lace cloth and, April 3. Other new officers nominated : Sets, Fish Fry i i noon Saturday, April 15 and ie- .
UDC Meeting Miss Judy Dankel, the business meeting wintered with an arrangement ofpring at this time were: Mrs. L. I!j main closed until after the elec-1: !! Seventeen persons attended the
Held WednesdayIn Bride-Elect the following: officers for the ensuing flowereThe 13 guests I H. Outlaw, vice' pr jenL'. Mrs. The Forest Fire Prevention !! tion. I !3-;. meeting cf the rescue squad

J year were elected: presl- were seated at a long dining table Randal Chitty seconi vice: president Committees of Bradford and Anyone eligible to register atj i and officers were appauned but
Matthew's Home Honored At CoffeeThe den., Mary Ann Lang: vice-presi which was also centere-1 with ; Mrs Abe Abercromble: : third Union Counties will be joint hosts ;i I this time is urged to call at the) no membership roll was made.Anyone .
if\ 1.: dent Barbara Blnken3-IDiJ: treasurer 'lo\reis. Bridal place cards markd vice president; Mrs. Jam Blood- at a fish fry for the public Friday !, office of the supervisor prior to'' interested in rescue work
Miss* {ajge: Middleton and Mrs. Janet Nichols; recording 28, at the Florida For- j '
\ home of Mrs. H. M Hatcher the seating arr I11-g ment. worth, fourth vice president; MrsLola April that date. Newcomers who hayed; is invited to attend this meeting.
E. L. Matthews entertained members secruary.. Bo-.y: Lou: Wainwigh; j Garbett secretary and Miss est Service Headquarters on State ::
; : lived in Bradford County for the
Jr. the ; The hosts presented the j
was seating for lovely honor-
a ;oiTis2nding secretary Jackie
of the W. T. Weeks chapter I'I Betty Jane Morgan treasaxer.! i Road 100 west of Staike. The announcement 1 six
past months and in Florida
"coffee" .d : with silver a Fair Association
Z. U. D. C. at the regular monthly held Wednesday morn- Bales. couple a tray as was made by County' I
The meeting was opened with a, for the past year, persons recently -
ing honoring Miss Judy Dankel emt-nibrance of the occa :on.i
meeting Wednesday afternoon of I II popular bride-elect. Cohostesseswith I The program was under the di- devo'ioiul by Mrs. Barry Van-:, Ranger Jimmy Hodges. j| reaching the age of 21, and Meeting Set For 21st
I last week at the home of the I recticn of Mrs. Sam Hendricks of Deventer. Plans were .amwunced j, The ranger said that various] persons who had neglected to

latter on Adkins street. i Hardy Mrs.Mrs.Hatcher W. B.were Mundy.Mrs.. J.Mrs.E. I Gainesville Hospitality Cbairman i Delta Kappa Gamma i ii by Mrs. James Chitty for the covered I members' of the county commit-, have their names restored to the Robert Mclntire, president of

I Spring flowers, sweetpeas anu iroses I Guy Sale Mrs. M. H. Sheppard, of the Council for International i Chapters Hold joint dish supper to be held at the tees decided to provide all the registration books because of the new Bradford County Fair
predominating, were used I i Friend hip. Mrs. Hendric pre- May meeting. I necessary food and equipment |! their failure to vote during previous Association, has called a meetingof
and Mrs. Norman Willis.
\ In decorating. the Matthews home sented the following foreign stu- Dinner, InitiationAlpha f themselves. 'Serving will start at election years should call at officers and directors for Friday
During the social motion
\1 for this occasion. The coffee table was Covered dents: Miss Vera Wong of Hong hour 5:30: p. m.Purpose. the office at once. night, April 21, in. the Legion
During the business meeting with an imported linen cutwork Kong, China; Miss Meena Panditof Nu and Nu Chapters of pictures of past varsity shows of the annual fish fry Hall.The
staged by the
club were shown by
and embroidered cloth centered : will be
Bombay India and Delta Gamma held meeting held for
: Mrs. Kappa a joint
Hodges said is to CARD
Mrs. L. G. Powell, president announced Mrs. James Rowe. promote good OF THANKS
i that Southern Memorial with a low silver bowl holding Sekiko Ogato. and Mrs. l'osikoTomto. dinner meeting and initiation at will and understanding betweenthe the purpose of long-range plan-

I Day would be observed Sunday pink sweetheart roses. Flanking both of Japan. Each student the Blanche Hotel in Lake City citizens of the two counties The kindness and sympathy of ning in connection with the expanded -

afternoon Apr. 23, at Crosby Lake I the arrangement were burning dressed in her native costume last Friday. Mrs. Mildred Brunerof Fair Officers and the forest service. No special neighbors and friends in our recent Fair McIntire said. A
cemetery. pink tapers in single candlestick gave a short talk about the Madison, president of Nu program has been planned for sorrow will always remain I; goal of 2,000 memberships has
holders with china flower candle customs and activities of her Chapter, conducted the meeting. Headed this! event Hodges said. I with us as a precious memory been set for the new Association.
e'I I Mrs. F. B. Beard historian. climbers. Silver trays held dainty country and answered questions. Mrs. Frances Dugan oT Madi- ByR. Members of the two commltte-s: Such kindnesses and neighborly Membership dues are $1 per year.
an'interesting on
gave program
sandwiches and
pastries. Mrs. Hendricks was introduced son introduced Dr. Marion Blackof are: Bradford COunty-S. L Peek thoughtfulness can never be
the part Florida played in the H. Mclntire
.\ Pouring from silver services at by Mrs. E. L. Matthews Florida State University, who W. C. Powell, W. H. Maxwell, E. forgotten. The beautiful floral offerings ,
"War Between the States'At
either end: of the table were Mrs. During the social hours Jackie gave an interesting talk. L. :Matthews and Z. W. Hamilton; were especially appreciated. .

the conclusion of the meet- Woodrow Thomas sister of the Bales, hostess chairman assisted Miss Martha Rogers of Green The newly organized and expanded Union County-Sinclair A. Bryan May God richly bless each I

ing the hostesses served a salad bridegroom-elect; and Mrs F. M. by her committee member, Sally Cove Springs, president o{ AlphaNu Bradford County Fair Association W. B. Lewis F. L. Spires, Wilbur one of you is our Prayer. I FloridaTheatre
course to the 20 members present. Hutchinson grandmother of the Ann Epperson and Cookie Mat- Chapter conducted the impressive will be headed duringits Brown, and Amos E. Howard.I -Rev. W. E. Hall and family.

bride-elect the first hour. Duringthe hews served punch cakes and candlelight and rose ini- first year of operation lij Robert I

second hour Mrs. J. H. Mabry sandwiches to the members and tiation ceremony. Four new members H. Mclntire executive secre- I
STRAWBERRYHARVEST Jr. and Mrs: W. B. Mundy poured. guests. The refreshment table! was from Clay County and one tary of the Starke-Bradford Coun- j

Mrs. Hatcher greeted guests at covered with a yellow linen cloth from Union were initiated into ty Chamber of Commerce.A .
I Thanks.
the door and presented them to and was centered with an artistic Alpha Nu Chapter. poll of the membership approved .
SALEPROMOTIONAL the receiving line composed of arrangement of vari-colored flow- Members from Baker, Clay Su- a slate of officers recom-

Miss Dankel Mrs. N. S. Dankel, ers.An wannoe, Hamilton, :Madison, Union, mended by the nominating com- For The Fine Reception Given Us
the bride-elect's mother >and Mrs. arrangement of lavender and Columbia Counties attendedthe mittee. Others elected were: A. L. SAT. APRIL 15
Paul Faulkner sister of the bride- chrysanthemums and fern on the meeting. I Crosby Jr., vice president; George On Our Opening Last SundayTHE
speakers table completed the de Double Feature
groom-elect. Pierce, secretary; and Norman Program1st.

The hostesses presented the corations. Ladies Willis treasurer. Feature
Piece GoodsValue A out 25 members were presentto Council l FOLLOWING WERE WINNERS OF A
honoree with a sterling silver covered McIntire said yesterday he will
casserole as a memento of the enjoy. this meeting. Hold Meeting call an early meeting to start FREE HAIR STYLING: i Kcfx.

59c yd. occasion. On InsuranceMembers planning for. the annual fair next I r ri
Miss Judy Dankel MRS. LUCILE GREEN
Approximately 130 guests were October. .
invited to call during the appointed Is HonoredAt of the Ladies Council About 100 memberships have MRS. ROBERTA CARTER

DRY hours, 10 to 12 o'clock. Luncheon of the First Christian Church 1]I: already been subscribed in the expanded MRS. ARLEN McKNIGHT
held their monthly business meetIng j! fair association, which was

1;j 3 yds. for Mrs. W. B. Sewell Miss; Judy Dankel. whose mar- I Thursday night of last week! formerly composed entirely of .
With ''the vice members of American Legion PosT I 0.TECHNICOLOR'
I president Mrs.j j !
riage to Meed Lewis will be an '
Entertains AtBridgeLuncheon i event of Friday evening was hon- Grace Fulwood presiding. Plans'': 56. Recently the post announced: Come In And ,I

]i, $$1.00 ored at a lovely luncheon Sunday were discussed for a contest between j j plans for expanding the fair as-
,the three circles to help sociation to include all interested I
in the Pecan Room of the Garden II
Restaurant. Hostesses were Mrs. build up attendance at the busi- "persons in the hope that it would LET US CREATE A II I
Mrs. W. B. Sewell entertainedat stimulate interest and cad to
Randy Johns Mrs. Vernon Reddish I ness meeting. The program was : !
1 I
LOVELY LADY a bridge-luncheon last Fridayat Mrs. Ervin Andrew, and in charge of Circle 2. I i} greater: fair activity.

fi her home on N. Walnut Street. Miss Elissa Stefanelli. I Ii Circles will meet Thursday : Members of the fair association I 2nd. Feature"

Printed Sheers The Sewell home was attractive j i The luncheon table was attractive April 20, as follows: Circle 1, with : board of directors were announced forYOU i ,
for the occasion with arrange- ; with a centerpiece of spring! Mrs. Esther Sapp at 10 a. m. Cir- i j as follows: Charley E. Jo'::ns, A. '
Value 98c yd. ments of calendulas in the living i j flowers and down the center of i cle 2 with Mrs. Margaret Prevatt i} J. Thomas Jr., Norman Willis, S. I
room and red and white Amaryllis j the table was a garland of green- 'at 8 p. m. Circle 3 with Mrs-I L. Peek Jr., Dorothy Ross M. B. \i .,
EXTRA SPECIAL lilies in the hall. The- buffet I ery I interspersed with purple Equilla Roberts at 7:30.: p. m. .Jordan, F. S. Smith J. R. Wainwright i REGULAR HOURS .
luncheon table was covered witha I asters. Bridal place cards markedthe i, Maurice Edwards Jr.,I

2 yds. for pink damask cloth and centered I seating arrangement.: Epperson Circle Jerome Johns, Ruby Johns!, R. H. 9:00 A. M.-5:00: P. M.-Monday Thru Saturday. :.
with an ''arrangement of pink and Included in the 12 guests were I McIntire, Albert L. Crosby Jr., doo

rose snapdragons and .sweetpeas. I Mrs. N.S. Dankel. mother of the Meets. Tuesday Night: George Canova, George Kopelou- .: : .
/ $$1.00 After several progressions of bride-elect and the Dankel's I i, sos Fred McDavid, Larry Gibson, ; :. :
bridge;! and a game of bingo, prizes house guest Mrs. Murray Anderson A-program in Bible Study Prayer '.E. L. Matthews. T. L. Casey Will qlamo-tee.
were awarded. rl of Waycross, Ga. and Missions was presented by'i Shawver, W. E. Baker R.. S. Mul- V V D

I I At four o'clock that afternoon, The hostesses presented the Mrs. J. H. Dennis when Lorena lins Harry Green Z. W.: Hamilton -j' ,
: Mrs. Sewell also gave a tea for I honoree with a sterling silver Epperson Circle of the First Baptist -': Paul Meng, B. E.; Reddish I 0 0
STOMP'SDepartment !several teachers from thrt Starke bracelet with a wedding bell Church met Tuesday night! at W. E. Lawson Mrs. Seletta ThomIas.

Elementary and Southside Elementary charm with the wedding date engraved 7:30: o'clock. j Herbert Speers, Jim Temple j i JJai St/je j jI
Store L
memento of the Honorary members ;
I schools. on it, as a :; Refreshments were served at the : of the board V HuiLLIa
occasion. close of the 'are Commissioner of Agriculture
meeting by Mrs. Dennis ] .
Cartoon: Hyde and Go Tweet
-- | Doyle Conner
ana Mrs. James Lewis.Mrs. i W. D. Whittle,
i i Paul Raymond presenteQ (executive secretary of the Agri- MISS ELLOUISE MR. KEITH -
Spring fri. Sat. the Royal Service Program at the, 'culture and Livestock Fair Com- SUN. thru WED.
We Specialize In Hair Coloring
I Lottie Moon Circle Tuesday night I i'mittee. APRIL 16 thru 19
at the home of Mrs. Tyler Jones.
1 ;i ....
Mrs. H. L. Spser gave a program'I ;
I on Stewardship.At !ftSUTlfS THE CIVIL WAR CEHTOOtW.iBIG !

i i p b circle the honored close Mrs.of the G.meeting J. McGriff the SAVINGS at BUIUNGTON'S ON CAMERAS = '\

} 0 ,
Jr. with a surprise shower.


Held Sunday

'b IL
I The Christian Youth Fellowship SPRING
"Our Own BrandBIRDSEYE t
held its .. .. .
I regular monthly' social ..
meeting Sunday evening at 1:: 5o.'i" .... .,,' '."...',.:., ,'l.lJ --=-
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DIAPERS 39 EAGLE'SIS the home of Barbara Blanken-' '" 1- : <.0 ,7't ',,, .".. ''' :,'T. d t" .

ship.Mrs. i'." '. ,t t. ... ,"' 1-., I: .
Full Size Medium Weight I GIVING AWAY Margaret Blankenliip was :': l. .{ ; :+ 1 0', "'::. '
assisted in serving refreshmentsby ', -. '
First Quality Our Reg. $1.98 Per Mr. and Mrs. Dan HaJ tey. B : THURS. & FRI.


Camping Trip PlannedBy MODEL 9S. $40.00 FEATURE

Gauze Diapers Doz. - $2.00 Girl ScoutsThe POLAROID 1st Feature

Boys' Short Sleeve Girl Scout Intermediate MODEL 800 $80.00
Troop will have an overnight

camping trip to Gold Head ,
SPORT SHIRTS .00 Branch State Park next Saturday.The .
A California Redwood Out-
girls'will meet at the homeof
Brownie Movie V.M4Speed DeJur 500 Watt
Cotton Wash-N-\Vear door Deluxe Adjustable their leader Mrs. Pat Cauff-I
First Quality man. at 8 o'clock Saturday mornIng -
Made In America CHAISE LOUNGE for transportation. They planto Electric Eye Phonograph Movie Projector

return around 6 o'clockSun-
Our Regular $1.79
With extra wide 5& in. arm day evening. $39.95 15.00 $39.95
rests. Two rear wheels 7" in Assisting Mrs. Cauffman will be

1 diameter and a full length deluxe Mrs. Freeman Register' Jr., Mrs.
cushion over-all size 73" Robert Barksdale, Mrs. Gerald I
t. long 33&" wide. Ewing. and Mrs. Lola Garbett.
New 1961 Spring And Summer Styles 17 JEWEL% LADIES & MENS WATCHES $$24.95
Now here's how you might get I
New ,River WMU
A Large Selection this Chaise Lounge FREE at
EAGLES.For Exec Board To MeetThe I ,' '7 1
every dollars worth of merchandise - ; "eaf
New River Baptist WMU .
whether 2nd. ,<
Regular $14.95 to $10.88 you buy Associational executive board I

Regular $12.95 to 9.88 charge or cash from: now until meeting will be held at the homeof
Saturday, April you SCHEAFFER
Regular $10.95 to 8.88 get one ticket on the Lounge ing Mrs.at. 9:30 J.: H.o'clock.Mabry Friday morn- BINOCULARS
then Saturday after noon April
MEN'S 22nd there will be a drawingand PEN AND PENCIL SETS LIFE TIME GUARANTEE .
the owner of the ticket Recent Birth

KHAKI ARMY TWILL PAM drawn, will win this Lounge I 20 Dis. Harvest Sale Only 41
Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Conner ,of i

EAGLE'S REGULAR $2.98 PE Tallahasee a son on April announce-8. the birth of i:; 4V OFF $io. TO $ j134BULLINGTON'S

SPECIAL $ Bradford County Hospital announces -i
the following births. I

THIS WEEK ONLY s5 Tickets also given to anyone Dr. and Mrs. Herbert Schweem,
who asks. Raiford a daughter Maria Eliza-: STUDIO & GIFT SHOP

2 PAIR beth APril 1. i
Mr. and Mrs. Colin Eugene I Cartoon: CWa'fime for Dime

Halle. Lake Butler a son. Colin i; 104 W. Call St. Phone WO 4-7271 I I ..'_0_ _" "0..0.._ '_ '. ,
Eugene Halle Jr., April 8. >:"'.,ij,'0." .. ._ "0 ___ .. .. ..._, .._,. /"


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--- -- FLORIDA-- __ __ 000 T LRSD.\l". APRIL 13. 1961
o --

I Lose To Lake Citv; T" ', Slow Pitch SoftballTo Take 10 FuatThinc1ds C i '! I ..... 1 '.
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Begin April 18 .

Stark Downs P.K.Y. 9-3 I II The City Recreation Depart- d \!Wm P.K.Y. Invitational I II ., ".*, .'-,--.-:'. ,',..",'... .

ment announces that the City ,. '.v<..*.F",/*,."n.'' .
Slow Pitch Softball:: League will ; !

11.f' For Eighth Victory j'< 38 begin, on play the.softball Tuesday field night with, April six,I By More Than Eighty Points r ri ::.I l .

teams entered. 'They are Garden!!1 't "'"'
.f' After suffering their first defeat Emory Eunice singled Strickland Restaurant, Co. C National! Guard, Tornado trackmen, Wofirst on tlife winning 880-yard relay Y3t,?

"' at the' hands of, Lake City home. Crosby then drove in Eunice '! Presbyterian Church,, the Profes- places and broke three meet records team Saturday, has jumped 6-2: ,. ,;

last Saturday, Starke foaseballersJ and Clark with another 'sin- sois the Parr, hers, sponsored byTanner's ;| last Saturday; in winning 3-4'' this season. : *f tt

f j J got back on the winning trail gle.Starke's i Gulf Station and Williams fire P. K. Yonge Inrlta'onll1,. by:::' -tlrwin Martin pole vaulted; 12- .f, ,,
fI I '. with a J>-3 victory over P. K. final two tallies came Jewelry, and the Chief's; 33 pom.5 over their neareatyrive} 'f: et-two/Irishes to win'that:; eVEn 1r:\ V :V *

Yonge Tuesday for their eighth in the, last inning when Crosby sponsored by Milo Smith's, service 'J Bradford High place 30 men aftd exceeded the preious'm''e: .
win in nine starts. singled and McKinney rapped i in the ,15 evens to rack lie *
a station in Lawtey. u.j mark by more than a foo Lynwood -. '.
1 1 Backed up by a nine hit effort' tremendous drive to left-tenter': The first game at 7 p. m. will points. Lake Weir was second with Walters placed sec.oni"in theevent :

I by his teammates, including a for the Tornadoes' first home ron J:' pit the Chiefs against'Co. C, while]I 65, Lake'Butler third with 33, and.' and William Silcox limd. i

homer and triple by centerfielder of the season. I j I| the second at 9 p. m. will have I P. K. Yonge fourth with 311'2 : Hefty Sam Gardner threw the; ;

,: ; Dewey McKinney, Bill Jackson After seven straight wins I I Garden Restauiant against the profits. :,: discus a record breaking i47 feet,;( -
< went the distance for the Tornadoes Starke's skein Professors. Marion Cc-itle of Statke was'' 14 feet '
1 victory was snapped I over past the old recoil!,
I for his fifth win against no at Lake City.. Saturday with, Schedule for Thursday, April the top individual performer in but was upset in the shot put. Ed

losses. The young* hurler allowed a 4-1 loss. Marty Crosby went the I!|:: 20: Panthers' vs, Presbyterians,!. the meet with two first places and :: Campbell of Bronson forced Gardner -.,

J \ the. Blue Wave only two hits distance for the'Tornadoes allow-'!,I 7:30 p. m.Midget. 124 points, edging teammate to take second place m that
while ;
.' striking out five and walking ing only five hits,, in a surperb i, Hallie Seymour, who also won two ,. event when he tossed the heavy.

four. losing effort. Coach Charles Fran-l]i: Baseballers (l events and wound up witn llVtt i ball 51-2 3-8 for a record breas- Special Offer For Students

I Starke opened, the scoring in cis comm nde'j' Crosby's 'throwing I i li j. To Begin Practice I pan.cs. :i ing heavej ,

I .*the first inning when Lane Clark even though he lost the contest.!I CoUle captured blue ricbons in j I Mike Darby of Starke also gat
ew'singled to bring home Six The Jaycee Midget Baseball,l the 100 and the 220-yard dashes,. in on the record breaking when he: j
Johnny De-i. errors by his teamates didn't i i :: finished !r
fifIth ,
R Vore'who" had I I League will start practice at 3:30: in the high jump. I3ii. the half mile in 2:0: .7. De-,
singled and help the
Woddy losers either, FrancissalcL ,i and '
any i ran a leg on Starke's winning Wayne MeRae and John Adams' ,
*** i p m. Monday'on the Stance Ele- i I
Strickland 'who' had walked. The I .!i dbO-yaid relay team. .
** I,mentary School playground Boys 1\also! placed second and third ui. Famous \
.. **'Tornadoes added two more in the mrSfarke's only run came in the i Seymour, a last-second entry in the event ___
W i who will be 10 years old 0:1 or before I'
R, ,fourth when Dewey McKinney' third inning when Woody Strick-I'I June 12. and who will not the high hurdles, won the. event':i ',"Cacl1. Dave Hurst's muc relay:.

J .tripled home Marty Crosby. Mar land singled to drive in :Marty reach their 13th birthday ty August with a time of 16.3 seconds and 1 team, composed of McRae, Charles: V ESTERBROOK
won the high with ,
*.,* ty .Starling,. handling catching 5 are eligible to partiapate: in I jump a ; McLeod Richard Dagger and _
Starling. '
leap of 511'z\ a half inch under D.lltl.if'
i ; a new mark in the
c*"chores for the injured James Fen- Crosby, with a 3-1 record, hurl- program.Practice sessions will he held I (the existing record. The tali juniorcleare'd I Ievent with a time of 3:3C.4.: The'; _

der.,then singled to drive in Mc- .I the 5-11& barrier by several -'I Fountain Pens
ed the distance against Santa Fe Monday through'Thursday next!3 winning 880-yard relay team, with: -

:: Kinney. on Friday also, allowing only four week, and the regular season forj|i inches but did not try for'a time of 1::34.4."as composed of; V

J"-: The locals added three more, in: hits. Lane Clark, Bill Jackson play will start the first, A-eek' in I i more height because of an ailing'JMcLeod': Seymour Tombo Smith' Plus Tax
the fifth when i June. i back. Seymour who also ran a leg'' and. Cottle. i With Anv Point 1
.' Strickland and and Crosby lei the nine hit attack j
..,,Clark All bays interested in playingare
received free, : ,
passes and with two safeties each. Science Students Contest
to Monday.\ Essay
eY. k urgei come I Of Your Choice

.I. I' 'Return From : V .
>< r Sponsored ByChapter t :. :. .
4S. I -' .

.it*l .V V VV ...40 WIUU4_ / =-I-JI ute; ,I State Fair WCTU (Esterbrook Pens Regularly Sell For $2.95).!!:*'*.,.*:'

I I 'Six Bradford: High science stunts -j Points Available
f : returned home Saturday In connection with Gov. Farris : Shorthand, Bookkeeping, General-Writing_ .
--- : e -t I .:' tv. t '
,VV d _* !'! after spending three days at the:,Bryant's Temperance proclamation -
# Student Signature and Others. I
r & |IsA! tate Science Fair in Lakeland j < April 16-23. the Laura Scott : 5"jb

My ? received ceitificates participation -I WCTU of Bradford County is : ,

W "" 'JJltJadKtJJ.. for being six of approximately sponsoring an essay contest limited -'
k,. l--j' 0'r 300 Florida high school to the 11th and 12th gradesof
i. ,
.. ; udcnts to enter the fair. Bradford High School ,
t-i' .' I| Essays will ba based on material : ,
Junior Lmdi Wasdin in a
.. spe-
,... cial award from the American found in the "Youth Tem:I
*** ..... 1 I Medical Technologists Association, perance Education Week Procla'maHon" c
11I> :
.* ., ., .'\:..',.."''''; )tf ', will have her research paper onher folder distributed: in
r churches and,schools. Papers will
project, "Electrophoiesis of :
MV I I HmcgobUIpublished in their iI i- be< limited to 200 words each and Red and White

:z ''I professional joiunal. must be turned in or mailed' to with "BRADFORD HI"

I' WCTU headquarters, corner of
fH I Sophomore Hairiet Goodman; ;
utr! I and Linda won special certificates Cherry arid Madison Streets on'' Printed on Cover Plus Tax
., .. or before May 15. They will be
i cf merit from the Florida Medical f i
graded according to accuracy of.
:: ... ig'hb01': I Association. information, neatness, and inter:
.. .. Ne tnr1 tty While in Lakeland the students I
II&< '. Dear as 1111."1.1ion p attended special lectures given,by I est.Name I i It t Reg. lOc Crusader Notebook Paper 3 for 25c
r ... .;:.". '. 10 some money 111 eans 1 '.. I various scientists and also visited r of the contestant should -
( convenlent be
saV1.ng printed or typed in the upper :
It*> ,,; .-' the Florida Southern College
sate. hand
Americans.t'S right corner of each
page :
N '. 'j. "11l1NG it, 11ve ; I Panalarium.: A dance was held used and age and grade printed or 25c

'-. '"" '. '..r', B 1UW' oittable beco1lle 3at : last Friday night in honor of all typed in ,left hand corner of. each Reg. Composition Books-2Qc each

..:. .,. ..\\andY."P u. to participants in the state air. ,
M ... ......J-..... "':.... L." .. :'..-\'zit610. T .-. oU1" r.anK". Other BUS students attending I paper. Pages should be typed on : ,
d181.11..J. ar 7; I one side only and numbered. ,
:: ,cor depositor 1. ; the fair were Vicki Devrick. Don- j t 1. < .. .. ,
Three .t
judges will read
... t regular aid Thompson David DyaJ ana;' and grade; ..
1 M ,I papers before the end of school, !
$ .Iw i! Mickey Lai oy. They were ac- and, awards will be made.at commencement -i!
/ companied on the trip by several!
.* First award will be :
of their parents:: and Science Instructor I
M [ $15: cash, and second award $10.i

reV, v + LORI'DAir I Richard Jockel. V .t, :'IOTif"P' TO DliFEXn j 1 ij iI SEE IT! TRY IT!

Brooker. Block. la, The rirru't Court. Bradford
: / Cuuat'Iorlda.. la
Cham-pry ,
-, William S. Terry Plaintiff
--- vs. : ,
i ; : Changes Hands Hazel M"hnda TVrrv. Defendant :
IV B"AJt .K'A t : R-"K---- + XOTIf P TO APPEAP a

-, __ : _. : ,. ;_ : :_ ., _._ _-0. I: Cris. Stephenson of LaCrosse, ," To: Hazel Melinda: Terry whose I I >$
residence and address is 2529 Olen-
and his son, Dr. Charles M. Stephenson -!,mawr Avenue. Columbus Z. Ohio
of Miami Springs, this I are hereby notified that await Q .
t for, divoive has been filed against ___
I|I week purchased ,of Block 10, you In the Circuit Court of I
Ward City, in Brooker from JA Bradford County, Florida, in Chan-. FASTEST
'(eery wherein William! S. Terry is; / Ao
W. Pinholster. Purchase price\, as; Plaintiff and you are the Defend
indicated by documentary,stamps, j ant. You are hereby required tsene'a '
I ,{ copy.of your Answer or '
EMSDAE BIG 99c BARGAIN BUYS was $3,000. : ,
: 7' t|r pleadings( to the complaint on the PORT AB.LET'YPEWRITER ...
The block contains 10 lots,, and!Plaintiffs. attorney, S. K :Scruggs,
fronts 100 feet the [ ost! Office Box in. "Oaine.siilK' t.
on Brooker
FRIDAY, AND SATURDAY DURING OUR tp.I 1.II "lot lda, and ta file the original! of'
New River hard road, and extends -'acid Answer or pleading in the of-j
1,000 feet deep along th 1 flee .of th.Clt'rk of the Circuit ..
'!' ;; I IMfj Court at Starke, Florida, on ;or; before -' Wn I.
S.I RJN$ : railroad. the 22nd day of April, 1961; : r
: : Stephenson is a nth, of utl\erWifooe. the allegations of said i IN THE sh
r t 1, t Complaint will be taken as can j _
Brooker and has operatei'a 1137-
fe:set by you.
l Ii I acre farm at LaCrosse for the Dated Ihis ISth day of March ::1..
K paft* 25 years. He states that hen 1961SEAL. I 7' a JJ9 i. o Jy'I
( ) I ,
gftt develop the property if the Charles A. Darby, I
nted arises when the hydrocarbons Clerk of Circuit Court !I /
Hradford County. FloridaBy J J
j. plant is erected,, pear. I Marian L. Crosby, ; +.
CHILDREN'S STOCK-UP NOWLADIES' Brooker. Deputy Clerk., 3-23:: it 1-13 .

PAJAMAS B. A. Mizell 81 -.:; t
j I
0 c aflJjjaVNV
Dies I :
Friday :' > I

Bascome A, Mizelle, 8L ofsMI-, :
] _
I ami, formerly of Lake Butler, -died : EASY

last Friday\ in a Coral. Gables i
i hospital. Born in Bradford County i < 4a I

SHORTS. I ; on Feb. 18, 1880, his parents E1 I V N rrTERM5AHEAD

,, were the late Nathanieland,ZelmaDoke V
Mizelle. He was a:Veteran I
The fast dean YEARS FROM
.IOY.S' SHIRTSCHILDREN'S of the Spanish American.':War, a ,, I I

: I Methodist, and a retired Atlantic I way to paste.:.. i ANY ANGLE, NEW

,Coast Line Railway emplo}e.. I I ;
f Funeral services were held:; a ts'ooisNDirs.ooK

SWIM,. SUITS I 2 p. r.i. Monday at. the gravejide e Nomett.neverleala, I I IN, STYLE..SPEED..SPIRIT

in Dekle Cemetery near' Lake e gumeupotdriesout. 'f /: -'.

Butler! with,Rev."H, L. Boyd;; officiating EcoDOmicaJ'too_..-. Here's portable that's, ALL NEW inside d'
RACK OF LADIES'VVLOLISES' < -. Burial was, in the family t
I "penpoin the Pam.. : and out t1.! CaLme gives better typing with l less
plot under the direction of:,.D e: worth where it is .'
B I ''\
,. t .Witt .C.. Jones Funeral Home; Deed.dwithon effort than ever'before. Trace its modern lines.

t ,watte. AbsolutelyaonWIic.Over5,000 ; Try its responsive: touch. You'll see why} the

RACK OF CHILDREN'S EACHLadies' : Falling UmV IiiPower )- rJ i Smith-Corona Galaxie iseveO'thin; you ever
3 past without i ireAIlinC
3i BLOUSES( Plant Boss \. ... Dries in I IIeCOnda. wanted.in..a portable : ';;
: >
i f '. ...RQbe off> I

: '. < :: Riley Wasdin, superintendentof 1 : only;cleanly. 1 e 54J .
And Children'sSummer Children'sHats .,: ,:: Ladies' Children'sAnd f the municpal power plant was 1091 JOBt !

: Men'sStraw (Ii hospitalized Wednesday after injuries '" +! FREE:. from MI Corona,?*..'
0. EASYSmDbaakllaaP4ctoAb
Dresses & Bags .received.when heavy bee. -/" .... 1 I with t every Smith-Corona portable. A

Hats limb fell on him on N. Thompson ti .) burnt Packages IadOtt'all. | I r. 1+ complete touch typing course ... ; on?s

i Street in front of the city 1i CT.-. Wrap !l.School Book I :1I4 records! S J.

I During the high win,"eppri.. OENJS'. Corers Arts 114 Craib ?
ic ,enced here Wednesday II r
t 1 3 OFf 49 19 a large

; Each limb broke on ail oak ,tree but did .. .- .. .. :
I !not fall eniirel free. WasdLi'aijd a t.

helper: were trying to detach the Paste Pen with j .. ,,

: large end' of the limb fjpm the FREE ReI1l! .., '
I tree and when it was cox: free; it 1: '

BARKSDALE'.S sprang forward, knocking*.Wasdinto j .

:the- ground and coming to rest i: Bradford CountyTELEGRAPH Bradford ,
on top of him. The 10-inch limb ,: nty Telegraph

b _'_ .., ', .Starke. Fla. __ .. ', reportedly cracked Wasdin's, hip .I ,
.a ,0 -- i and crushed art ankle: -0-1 "***" .. -, __ h ._. __ '_ ..1, _. _' _...
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THTRSDAY, APRIL IS, 1961 '; ftRAnV01\n miwi'f' "!'rlnF;ftAPft. TARt ?, FLORIDA r P.\G S 3EVBK
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", the same I>einsr a majority of the .;.-a.''. /t:'.ul '1'.1 t''rt' f
Green Cove 325 civilian employes will have't t >members! of paid board that a local'' FlordaT'l1': ,
find other jobs, and 734 officers I option election is hereby ordered hy ; .\ ::-T: .
#31 \* \ f'. said Board, to decide: ,'had!:'!' A.. it.t nby.ClrrU ,
acid. enlisted men will likewise be : i; ta) Whether the gale of intoxicating to H...iru ..
p .
'Bertram's Ixea ;
: ; < wines beer shall be 4 1.. t: i i-41
affected. The sfation will be ..liquors or pro-1!
Naval .
Fleet To { _. _,,' I lUMted f>r permitted in Bradford '
placed on caretaker: status. ,,... ., i' ;-"...: The bass on the St. Johns River : ibl Tn d"":'de al"o wh.', -r such way you wfHe. Come in and se-

J Be DismantledTV has been the berthing place for 9yVWilliam Bfdf d Countys"f'U : ,sales hal, b if? permitted rectricteu! by to said sale election b>. the : lect your favorite: ESTERBROOK

I surplus Nary ship since 1945.During package, as defined ,in said [557.i Fif>"'da: Statutes! aforeiid.v ,, -
the Korean War -
h i Florida Group of the mere IT I5? KPRTHER RESOLVRl: thai' .
t than 155 ships were taken out of *. aid election is hereby ordered to i -
Atlan: 1" ro "rvft Fleet at Green '
J j the mathball: fleet and placed in Flower be held on May 16.D.. 1961
Cove rir 'IT* mil b? dise.:rabhsh- qbe ;and that! a copy of this resolution WilliAMSJEWELRY
I service. At present 213 ships are the pnhliched In The Bradford Conn- ,
t ed "
in fh;: al year: 1962 it.as announced .
I Il\t anchorage in the Gree Cove ty Telegraph, a newspaper'of penr1 -
I last week by Capt G. K. J circulstU.n, puMlshed in Brad '
t group. ...: .. i I'nrlt Ctunty. P1Ql'lda.n'E' a week :
Hudson: USN commander. .
group .
> i',- fr ,,
: > r publications! the firsti
The Navy announced that as J','., ;".' '
Ships maintained in the so- +, i publication to be at least thirty I
I civilian :.iti.. ,..; :-'. :n"i j date said election.i DIAMONDSREPAIRS
called "moth ball neC' and sche- many employees ?;; possible : -j '.> x. ->; inlays prior ti of WATCHES -
,' ; :.' i P.E IT FURTHER RESOLvED byifl'd
_. duled for long term retention will will be transferred to other ,. !; TJ',-,." that upr/ said reholu- '
be reberthed primarily i 1.1. avail- Naval' activities in the immediate i I tion being published as hereinbe- All Work GuaranteedA.
'--e roiiu'red that proof of publica-
able space in the Navy's instal- labor area including the Jacksonville y < i '
it Ion thereof shall be filed with the
S lation at Orange Texas. Some will NAS and the bias,art Naval I board as required'$>:y law, and proof C. Williams

also be sent to the group; ft Norfolk I : Station. Transfers of course. t 'i; of thereof this!' Board.tCirAL entered, upon the minutes 142 "'. Call St.
Va. will depend on availability of. -i :1>; ''; ". ) Starke Fla.
Bartram "-. .." ;
The closeout:: of reserve fleet vacancies and qualifications; of Individual Carl Trevait. .
Chairman Hoard County Commis- '
= -7-- -:!!:
activities at Green Cove Springs employes. < *, -
I I --- -
[target date June 30 19621 will I A number of persons in the fi' ,-' I
mean the loss of a $5 million-plus{ Starke area are employed at the A small area of flat pine woods ing, when the hot sun causes; the b '.- --.' --- -, .- .-,-,, -" ... ---- ->-- -, -- -_ ,--- ,- -" -

payroll to Green Cove Springs. It Green Cave base at the present between '::I:arke ani Lawtey wills tissue thin petals to melt away.
will also mean that most of the I time. :m take on a lavenisviolet By ;noon Bar: :ram'3 '"azure fields These Prices Good Fri. and Sat.
.. -
tinge in the early morning hoursas of cerulean blue", have done a
Be used On Our
a slrange wild flower: ,, known Cinderella switch back to their Only--But May

1 1 a; Salplnicjtylis: coelestina, makesits drab dress. wire 'grass and saw for Graduation Gifts
annual spring appearance. palmetto. But another dawn will Lay-Away

First ncisd:: by the famed na ring. the amazing transformationonce

turalL t. William Bartiam, duringhis again.
travels through Florida in After the flower withers and
r MILK 1790. the flower was apparently melts away in the hot forenoon GEaM'S

,I "lost" to obtanists for almost 150 the plant ceases apparent activity.

I years, and finally "rediscovered"in During the afternoon hours only
i e
June of 1931 by Dr. John K. the extremely close observer would ,
Small of the New York Botanical nose( the partly lipe pods on frail I

W. ?#$; gal. 92c Garden and Professor Lord of the sterns that look so much like the flowers are also doomed., to,disap- flfl :
i University of Florida. surrounding wire grass. Up to pods: ment, for they wilt almost as

Man has wrought many changesin sundown, not a flower-not even soon as broken from the stem,

1 the Florida peninsula since a bud app::. rs for the following Dr. William A. Murrill of the
Bartram. made his 1790 expedition dol'.. Then through the cool night University of Florida says the -
Ice Cream but the "azure fields of Cerulean the bud develops slowly at first:: Ixea may: firs have appeared in
Ixea" described in his Journal and it is nos until' the (eastern noi<.heastern Florida durirg the WATCHES DIAMONDS

I Eggs Bread may still be observed b7 early sky begins to lighten that the Pleistocene [Ice Age and seems

I i risers during May anc. une in the _. perianth.is finally visible and to grow best in the grassy, zone:
extremely limited area where the ready to burst. near flatwood ;>onis. Th use of

veritable nectar i I Bradford and Clay Counties i seem wooJis takes on the lJvend?r-vialet areas suitable for its growth and

r .'snothingasfine Orange Juice : to suit it .best, although it has cast thai Bartram described in the use of both the axe and fire
To be had in this sector. ben found in the southeasternedge his colorful Eighteenth Century by the white man have served to

of Baker and the northeastern prose.. clear more areas for its spread. -

corner of Union as,wtli as In Even among native Bradford. The plan is protected by its !

spots of S.. Johns and Pu nam. Countians. the fragile flower, because conns against fire and frost but fiT 1.3 OFF UP TO

Unsuspecting tourists, on busy of its. brief life span i is lit- sffnis extremely sensitive to
., 1r U. S. Highway 301 speed oy with. tle"' known'and seldom noted. changes in soil water-level:: shade SOME: AS I 5U'/ OFF

out knowing: that underneath the Early rising farmers in the area cr competng'getation.: $1288LO'V

tall pines against a background) call them "dew flowers" because The area in which it nourish f AS

of drab wire grass a fascinating they ccme and go with i the dew. is now being: narrowed; by the expansion j
botanical phenomenon is' taking 1Ue: few 'effou.5. that have been of cultivated fields and
1 mm place these early, spring:'moo'nags. made to transplant the bitter the construction: of new homes Costume SetsBILL

Those who wish lo:see these.fragile corms from which the flower and oiier: builrings- But the! flow
____. __ _
r I lavender-violet flowers mustbe grows, to cultivated garden plots erloverho is willing to wake an
1 1 UP TO
: early risers rind close observers.The have not been successful Blosrarl..IT morning: excursion to the

"I daily drama! of th'elbrief. soms may be produced, fo' a season flat woods north of Stark mar %
', Lfe cycle spans, only,a'few..hours or two bat the plant soon dies still see the phenomenon that 50 OFF
frcm daylight when buds -first when removed from its native motel William Bal tram to poetic

burst info. bloom. until mid-morn-. '#habitat.t. .Those .who gather. the prose almost two centuries!! ago..
",. : .. '. .' ,.. ." ,
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tV.t1t\) \ \ ...- ;>--:5"' ; '. ,.' .,'r' -il 1 ,f fiT..!w 1" I .
.., 'r. .' 'ir-'oi. ". .. '. 'S ,- ': I r. '

l \\\\1\\\ I .. :' '.' .i. ':J 1 .'I.... her- :determining: whether or. not thesignatures AT $$149SO
: $1.29'
tli\ I :1 in trie-University,of Florid ij afedi- tU"r"<.i* were signatures I ;I TCHIU of the rrgl. Local
Negro 1 of the registered voters rt-prl''t'nt..d ITadfoid County, Florida l. and th-re-
cal Center.
thereby, andWHEllKAS. fore It is the duly of said liourd,
i i 1 In other cases Reddish said: 1' on the Met d:')' t>fl I under said Chaptrr ob" to order a
>K r rt rt I Charged WithManslaughter April A. !>.. 1961, the Board of lixiil option election as required| by
II I Willie Shepard 459)'ear..old County Comminsi''ners at an adjourned a-iI t" 1'.
= saidxou
II : meeting, met and received Tm.lml.'Om:, BI-J l IT in-: GEM JEWELRY
S.4rke. Negro arrested last
t I was the report of ald: :Supervisor; of :11LVi:)1) li>' the ll..ard..f County
I Saturday: ; on East.Brownlee Su'eetj] KegiHi-ation, which report way filed a'nnuais I' <>n !' of Rradford; County,
., on .charges of public, intoxication and to be Copied In the ininutra of I'lrtriila. in ! Hczakeah :' the meeting of !aid hoard held: on at which i 5 member1* were present.
A Lawtey Negro and possession of .a lottery 'ticket !8th! .day of April, .\. It, 1S6I I. and
Pleasant Mills, was released this ;.The.Negro pleaded guilty to both WHUREAS, according to said re-i
week from the Bradford County, port the Board of Count CojumfeJ J
t charges and was sentenced to 12
: sioners of Frndford: County Florida, !
'ail where he was being held under -1 days In Jail or a fin of 37.50 on has determined that said ai>|>!icati"n I T
$1.500 bond on manslaugh.er is signed iTy more than tiventUe
4..k h ,i f: the drunk charge, and to: three 1 \
charge Deputy Sheriff Dolph i months in the county, jah, or a'' ,
: Reddish sl: d. 'fine of $100 for possession .of thCj i.I II I (
A ANN4UNCEME sI The Negro was charged when lottery ticket.Sheppari :

another Lawtey Negro Foster i i is the same man who. I kLJEANIv. !'
Roberson 65, died March 31 as a
I was wounded in light side and .
I result of being hit by a car driveny arm last year with a shotgun blast V

Mills. According to eddish. fired by Willard Kittles, :another ,
Mills backed over Robersnn with Kittles pleaded
PHONE Lawtey Negro.
two wheels on a graded road just guilty to aggravated: assault and 1GHEMTMLU ...... ,.
off SR 225 going toward, SamBrown's -
WO 4-3101 is in the Bradford County jail .x
awaiting pre-sentence. I,
Reddish said the state's attorney .'",
office ordered an Investigation! of MrsLeo, Leurck. known as Cis- -

Office and School Supplies the case after an autopsy report;: sie Porsythe. pleaded guilty Mon-I
showed that Roberson diea as a} day 'to possession of three pints of

result of injuries received in the moonshine and was sentenced to

BRADFORD County TELEGRAPH mishap. six month in county jail. or a $50 .

The accident occurred on March fine.The N]
26. and lliberson.died March, 31 ,,woman was released Tuesday Mit D
after paying the fine. Reddish Yt.
said. She was apprehended:l Satin

ii STRAWBERRY HARVEST SALE! day n1g1 t11 n deputies useda IIMcTAB s siiritl .... : .'::1r
search warrant to enter her
home. The warrant was Issued on fliiMU Nitro \,
., L
the basis of a moonshine buy. that l- ;
Reddish< had made earlier ... lID ,PENI f, 1
Koch's Red Hots An elderly Starke Negro was the i f "' .i--L n I i.bI,
victim of an ancient con game M,p 1 It ==
he fleeced of $205. in .
wjjejs was > hry Tam".
cash, In front of Mitchell's Drug I =!:. .
I I iIt
9tore on ,Call Street. .. .
Do You Have That Tired, Springtime, Run-Down Feeling? You Must Feel Better or' James DeSue was approached me SIZE INK ..J 4.'".. f. :3: .. rt

GET BETAPRO TONIC PT. Your Monty Refunded t last:Saturday by two other Negroes SUPPLY! I :,., ::<
$2.98 fb tdloek:-fut-aF-ink > .,.
after lie had
.immediately t..>. coririda* MM : .
cashed a check from the sale .of .... --" pea... crt
1RRse...a I I '.. .
writes '
with .
,strawberries.: The two engaged De- I ,
NEW : r
Lustre Cream Shampoo .. .. .
o rtfillli ." :
[ ,
Quick Home Permanent$1.0Q Sue: in conversation and asked if .IO. 1 a 1' .f{ l-\ c." -_ .J .., r-...'- .-_- ,
ate "
$1.00 .
$2.00 [ ; .
Reg. he had enough money to hange a .i WISE.. BUY : : .. .
$1.59 79c OFF Regular Price {I large" bilL :DeSue handed the lOKGStZE! ,
I to Frank Albert Irving, 26. 1Mb i.feeb ._ :No soot to blacken lace "
I money end gives ..:_ ,,$', F ,potA'n pans _tley stay _handkerchief -
Brisk Tooth Paste Tek Tooth Brushes I'I of, Waldo to be. counted,. where- = b tltteoadt, Sic;t ', : ; 'clean. Flameless electricity doesn't;t produce greasy film ,
took off with it. .
|. Irving
$1.06 Value Now 69c Today-2 For 69c: (upQn Deputy? Reddish said Irving tl ffao oily the to cling to walls and curtains.. Everything stays shiny-bright and

worked at Brownlee. and Chas- _1 siunirt' pUl ,",, .r1 .. fresh-looking,. r J nger. You'll reduce your kit'h cleaning chore

CULTURED PEARL NECKLACE teen's on East Brownlee Street ta ,'l ; a.D4.i i. ibbiniQlUOg ': ,

WITH EACH LARGE SIZE YODORA CREAM .98c. h and p> working L Sue there.remembered The osier seeing Negro 1ed Cooler faster safer automatic and cheaper, too- because Sun-

has not yet been identified, .,, shine,; .Service" Electricity" is now'even a. bigger bargain Homelesselectric '- -;. '

)but Irving was arrested by _the cooking is the MOST by any measure! ;
: TOWEL SET NAIL CLIPS 29c ALCOHOL A&chua County Sheriff's Depart-
I 13c I 13c men and is ryjw In the Bradford Nearly.a million modern Florida homemakers have. already. S\'uLtbed 1

Special Only 97c County, jail gytnder"i&OQnct.< i- .) PAaJiTsI. 'ir to flamelea. electric cooking.. How 'about you? See your electric
appliance dealer cow for the style and size electric range you'll want. -
.. ,
See Koch's Drug Window For More RED HOTS! .* SOTICH OP LFA'TEO." :, A101i

WIJBREA3. on April 4*' X Pwritten -, 1t..ail. !iJltutI .
CI..C.c.a. .s--
tii. application asking e )
that the'Bof4 of.County Commissioner .ell.r tortwrsBradford -lit # 'L'tr'I1
BUSINESS is PRESCRIPTIONS., Only I of Bradford Coaatjr.. Flort- i i hii h C ltf
OUR REAU,VALUES AND MAIN da to held local option election, on- .V
The freshest Drugs At The Most Economical Price.Volume Sales Is What Does It. ',def prpvlaiona of Chapter Zt:....FlStl4 i .
Statutes, as amended svgs preBted. t}
.Have Your Next Prescription Filled at '- Where "Your Health IsM .by tH Mack Bradford.& ).CouptX utch. repreMoti&K VcT1-,- CountyTELEGRAPH F L. 0 I', 1,0 A. f 0 E.I ;i 'l.I' H J CD''" & ,

K 0 C S Their Concern I-Bald mlttee EaEM for Legal said: Control.l"oard referred '" ....' .. .., .' ffltflfli BUItO. flOKIDAill .

FREE DELIVERY PHONE 964-4401 I 'application to the Superi
of Re latr&tloD, the Honorable Mar-
Crosby: for the purpose of

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'" I .'Clerk of the Cir ult Court,' In and|original in the office of the |: I
tie MisfitsWith : filmed on location in R?no. Ne-" Long Receives Indicted j for radfurd County, upon proof ofi i of the Circuit Court on or 'I j March' 198;
Padgett publKatiuu of thin notice the fictiti-!I ?4 day' of April ISfii. oilier (::: .
vada, with a cast that aio! includes CommissionAt
Gable. Monroe ; Army .. ... .IK fume of WELLS tLncrrillC1iKUVICE "IIf'\Ctfl"1 of snid Complaint
ntgomsry cm: anJ Coming To Park Thelma Hitter. : Fort Benirntr I _, ;-.lgl.d in <>uMnfi> at 744 X- Thumpson ; 'l'h1C'III'lIt.! shall be \ I I I ),
:. ; By Grand Jury .,!i ." St. Starke. Fla. : >nci parti neek for (our '"'n!i>( :
"The Mis'Us" tells of tnree independent I, ( V C. Wells. 74: X Thompson I IStieet. weeks in the Rradfoid C'.'untvALVAREZ' I Iiuijj 3-23 It 4-H<
I Chrk Grble and Marilyn Manrw men and one woman f, Starke.: l-oll>rhla. hle on tier. I| "

will ?tar in "Tie Misfits"I Dated this 2Uh day 01 .Man-h: Al !> \
\ ::\ cihocee staying in Reno and >. 1901: at latk\!. UradforJ Our.y .- !!/ : II'IIlf \III
rV'ltvi: :
,Otmrhy: Monday and l kheir atti.ude: toward the world. In Shotgun Death iuijj A IR94 11
( Florida. '; ;
Tuesday at the Park Thratre. Their world is the raw. carnival -I 30Il t-:, I. :
With the 0'.1 few, of small-tin rodeo 1 I .j-t------------ .3
exrep'ion atmosphere a 47. jf Brooker.
s udio,shots the entire pin ure was i near Reno. There are scenes ofMOTORS 1I has been indicted for fIrth -\OTIVK: 'in HKKKM1: '
f d ......... I degree In tlrmlt Court, Bradford l..1I8U. !' r I Iil
.. '- L- ------W- ... murdr by an Alachua County Florida! In Chancery :
The New
Stand jury in the slaying of a .coworker Jane SI.Caste Bauman No. 1268, Plaintiff \'s. i I I I i

Douglas H. Bracewell. August A. Dauman, Defendant. I I
tou ale nereoy notified that a : I
Bracewell was shot to' death suit for divorce has been filed a-j Business
erwillega t, March 9 in a woode'J area .c ff the NOTICE" TO APPJ3AR j I I !
"a1t. home Road west of Gaines-, To: August A. Bauman, \\'hoe''

1I I Ij I i vile where- he mat Padgett's.wife. I gainst residence you and In address the above Unknown named j j and Refills :

j Myrtle. uurt and cause and you are rei i, : .
I I luired to serve a c.'UPof jour answer i
I Padje-tt has pleaded irmocen-i or plt-admg to the complaint j I

to killing his co-worker at the on Plaintiff's Attorney Joseph K. : FOR I II
I I I Skipper 221 Florida Title Building: j
I Sunland Training Center. At his la'-ksonville 2. Florida. and file the |
.arraignment. Padgett' testified he i I II
Thomas T. Long Jr. was commissioned ;, MITCHELL'S II I only
a Lieutenant of. Infantry killed racl'weli with a shotgun I !

after the man came toward him i I .
ECONOMY SPECIALS In impressive ceremoniej at the in a,'threatening manner.heriff's I Campers Kill I "Family Footwear Specialist" :( : '

Officer Candidate School Fort I, S Jarman Shoes for Men i I :
Benning, Ga. on April 4. S investigator Henry,I '
Parker testified, however thatPadgett RattlerMarvin Jarman Jr. for Boys
Relatives of Lt. Long amending Big Rhythm Step, Vitality for Ladies i|, '
told him} immediately
the ceremonies were his parents Orthopedic Shoes for Infants i i with 1 ,
the :
after, slaying that ne had"waylaid"
Col. and Mrs. T. T,.Long.Mr. and Lawson, Jerry Chesser, Oft The Square Gainesville f1a.! :: :
) Bracewell ;
and shot'm. ,
0 Mrs. T. H. Slade of,Starie. Mrs.D. and Jimmy Moody: were three sur- ___ -I .
C. Forehand of Albany Ga., prised campers when thrj woke .1 'l. ; : 'JI

and Mrs. Lloyd: H. Lewis of, Wilmington ,: ,No date has been set for the up one morning recently to find -YOU BUY THE BEST .
trial and Pad ,t has been denied *
Dela., I this six-foot rattlesnake, with 13 WHEN YOU BUY i 'S :
bail and will remain in Alachua : : :
After a few days leave with his : rattles, coiled in the entrance to I ; ,
County Jail until he is in '
parents here. Lt. Long will returnto a gopher hole just 25 or 30 yards Westinghouse i :* :

Fort Benning where he ,will be circuit' court. i: ficm where .they had slept duringthe !I FINE ;

assigned to the 1st Infantry He is represented by Gainesville night. The boys camped out Appliances & TV !: I \, ,\

Brigade. 0 Attorney Sigsbee Scruggs. in the Lawson pasture, but prob- At

: ably won't again soonunless I The most ;: ..

Residential Canvass Snack Bar Entered, they take some snakebite remedy North Florida j I > '-

Coins Stolen along. The snake was soon dispatched Supply '
Nets $600 by a shotgun obtained i

For Cancer Crusade AStarke, man is in the Brad- from the nearby Lawson home. PHONE WO 4-2113 1 I

ford County Jail under $5,500 I 224 N. Temple Ave. I '

$595 -- 1958 Prefect FordorHeater Donations in excess of $600 bond on charges of breaking and I BETHEL MISSIONARY I Starke Fla. '
One Owner. were collected through Tuesday entering the Snack Bar on North CHURCH "You Can Be SureIf I !t Bradford
in house-to-house canvass for the Temple Ave. early Tuesday morn- Sunday School 10 a. m- Morning -

Cancer Crusade conducted in both ing and 'taking $28.95 nom a Worship, 1, a. zr. Training It's Westinghouse" i 'JiI .
Starke and Lawtey Mrs. Hollis V." bowling pin machine Police Chief ,-
Union, 6:30: p. m. Evening' Ser- ,
$495 .. 1958 Hiliman FordorStation Knight said yesterday. ,Riley Sweat said. vice, 8 p. m. Prayer Meeting each '

Wagon. Low Mileage. Colored citizens of both communities I City police arrested Paul: Dick- Wednesday, 8 p. rn. Everyone wel ; ) : \

donated more than $180/ erson at his home on Orange come.-Rev. R. L. Lee, pastor. _::; _. ,.
o fthe above amount Mrs. Knight Street after the robbery at 1:45

stated. She also expressed her,Tuesday morning when they EVERGREEN

$$895 .. 1959 Prefect t FordorClean gratituje to the contributors for recognized him by a description BAPTIST CHURCH 20 Words or less, one time __...._________ ..8. c per' word

their enthusiastic reaction. given of him by two witnesses. If not paid in advance _..'______________ 1.00 Cards ___ :.$0

12,000 Miles i, The two witnesses, James Vernon Sunday School 10 a. m. Preaching Keyed or Blind Ada ______________.... 1.0 Over 50 e per word

-- Recent BirthMr. arid Francis Shanks caught 11 a. m. Training Unbn 6:30p. : Each additional word over 20 .,-_______ 05 Display per lull

I I Dickerson as he took th: coin m. Preaching, 7:30: p. m. Prayer ,-

NEW AND USED CARS and Mrs. Lamar Crosby of 1 from the bowling machinj. When Meeting Wednesday 7:30: p. m.- UAXTUD 12 ft. Aluminum fUh- FOR RENT One store 2 bedroom,
Wednesday! Bible study 7:30p. : boat Will consider trailer also if 1 furnish Apt. and one small I heater
I the seen the culprit fled leaving behind -
Pompano Beach announce i price ia right. Phone 964-7421. nished house at :321: Temple. furnishea
AND TRUCKS TO birth of a son, Randall a satchel containing the money m.Jos.. E. Norman, pastor. 2tp 4-13 WO 9-2381. owner. 612
I Douglas'j' '
on March 27. and tools he had used. The F. Sauls. '6
I Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Douglas and : top of the juke box was also pried SfRIVER; H0l>:"' i-: FOR $' .\IM niid'll-aged white- lady to

SELECT FROM : Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Crosby Sr. of j;, open but the money was not BAPTIST CHURCH !MX apartment. 21 room*. 5bathe. Must be clean, cheerful, able '.. furnished
I TMO block from P. O. fci-t in light 'housekeeping Single or
Starke. reached. :10 V Cherry. See onnrri J. R.HulllBKton. tfchg
I : Sunday School, 10 a. m. Worship and drive automobile in '
Dickerson entered the establish Xo small children. Phone
Hour 11 a. m. Evening Service Tfrhb trailer
Bank/ financing 36 Mos. To Pay I carousing and brawling all recreating ment by taking the screws from 7 p. m. Prayer Meeting each and after Sunday.430; p. m., anytime ; furnished
the door and it Phone S64-
rootless and rear removing :1X CITY POUND BJack and Taneinale
the unique Wednesday 7:30 .
: m.
p. : tfchg
hound. Owner'may hare by TIME IS HONEY. You save .I :
,. from its hinges.4lvena .
.> '- -- -' .-. section of Nevada as'it
IKf: t'': '. .'. ___p .. __ ,' _, ___, __ ,_ _-i-i-- __ root-seeking paying ontact advertising City Police.coM and board.I h'hg when fln.t.our you ere!Chiropractor your : ft. Crosby
I Good con
trained to locate and remove I'
-- _- -=- -_ r Salathe, 91, I II :MOW JIOMKS |> hT.tliit' : pressure. Rt. 1 Box
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Cliff Fowler of Arlington, Texas All :3 bedrooms, 1/S baUIII01.. rhir Cradle restores health Itp
i ii Dies April 6 ,, Mission Director of the World Fee nud ('10". ('(,at nut our 1OQ.OU. other methods fall Bolllnger I 10 hp
i Munthl) pu,uirnt '.IGD.36 to M.S.S6 426: X. Walnut St. Starke.
Baptist Fellowship, will speak n7"I I hrs. Ply-
:brludert, 1"'I'ro, and Insurance. Plans
Miss Alvena Salathe, 91, died $350. Phone
Sunday morning and ever ing at IUd application on band bee! taem FARM I
6, at the homeof : :! :5 p. m
Thursday April it once IIndI't- cholee. See ad lanrl
the Pine Level .
Baptist Cnurch.D.I Equipment 2tp 4-20
her niece, Mrs. H. S. Burdette < 'iMkur of tal paper.
,\. J. Vnnna,, RealtorHOl'SC *' Plowing I
ILLEGAL in .Starke, where she had made her : down-
'i I Planting: F. P.
NF'LIXlSH1T! ) : for rent.
I home for seven years. ted this I 111 h day of M<*>vh, .\. I bedrooms. Xear school. fi35 Clark :: 'tchg 4-18
Miss Salathe was born Sept. IX 1961 at .Starkc, Bradford County
Florida. *t. Available April 15. T. Equipment For Every'
4, 1869 in Pittsburg, Pa., and wasa I/mg. !JHJ4-158I. 2t dig 4.13 MM.
-16MVTIOK Superior Tractor 45934tfchg
,member of the Lutheran Church. \DIOS ImPAIRED '
She was a retired florist. OF INTKNTION TORK AH Make All Model : Phone EV 9-6772 ]I I

Besides her niece, Mrs. Burdette, <;isTiil FICTITIOl.s >.tMENutlee IleitKonable Caarse Guaranteed' 5353 W. Beaver -bouif'
IIEl'lmRUilno and TV ,; like rent
she is survived by a nephew, is hereby given that the lamaa Green, Off aer i iUS :: Itp
For Any Person or Persons to Engage in Robert G. Salathe of Bedford, Pa. Chapter undersigned:20,953, under, Laws the pro\'i of !>Florida ions of : : t:. 'all 'St.tar"', Fla.VK Phone. W4-WMH : completely FOR REXT furnished.- 4 rooms ,and' '. lots. Close-

Funeral services were held at Acts. of l4J! will register wilh the j N. Walnut St. Inquire at 733 \ '
Clerk of tic Cir<-uit Com' is and Thompson St. 'e
10:30: a. m. Saturday in Jones Green
for IfradfoiJ fuunty, upon proof of \ HAVE a new lo.&n'prngram for I. -
\ :Memorial Chapel with Rev. Barry publication of thii notice, the fictitious 'arm rll. |..08"1 0 1 to i yean I For Rent :3 room and bath Itchg
Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless I D. VanDeventer, pastor of ,the name of ( \1IO-RKE: : HAlll for the entire credit require- ly furnished cottage. Available 3
his fans
mints farmer and ,
Church' STYLIST under 'vhich w are engaged of the ,In 1. Phone WO 4-2261 Margaret O. Box 141
'Presbyterian offici in business at :353: :: X. Temple ,. Gainesville Frod'ictlon CredcAio'octatln. ard. : .
." I ating. Burial was in Hope ''Ceme .\\'P. Starke, Florida. (20 North Mahn.fcln |,I 3t rhtr! 4-27
;. tery near Starke with 'DeWitt C. EllouNe T. Dodd. P. O. Box 1002:, Gainesville Pla. o FOR REXT 3 bedroom

StarKe, Fiorina, '.!* interest and ished house. Conveniently piano
Jones Funeral Home in charge of AMBITIOUS MAX, on 456 West Madison .St. Call evenings at
The Name I
Registered Keith Reddish. III. 2 I'.ox 82, Starke
or 9M-6081.(> .
I : 'I arrangements. : V DnTEKMINED WOMAX TO OPRATU !j' tfchg
: ; Florida s et. ; PART, OR Fl'LL TIME, W.\XTED'
Dated this 2Sth day of March A. VATKIXS mUTE IN THISUEA.. : Can
so; 00 TO $150.00 PERJ! person after 3 p. m. It and G .
1 Area FEA Meet D. 1961 at Starkc, Bradford County. lAKE I Stopflestaurant. St. I
.. VEEK Rd. J.
: Read This Florida Law' Set For HereThe Florida. .'OTED TO THE BCSI ESS."mTf ;, tfchfc
i io 3-30: 4t 4-20: .\ WATKIXS 69 W. P'TREEiT. HOME FOR SALE-By own
: ., XE ATLANTA GA. NO 1. I IStchg I* room bungalow on corner lot. P. N. Nurs.
,0". '. Area IV Florida,Education :OTICi: OP INTK>TIOTO :: 427o'cn port and utility room. Xear a week.
court and play grounds. 431
KirriTioiMK tfChg
itKnisTEii '
Association meeting'will beheld, Notice i If hereby given that the RENT 2 room apartment. '! !:t. Phi,, ,. WO 4-3351.!'
in Starke on Monday, Aug. 21, :)U undersigned under the pl'.I lonl' Electric! kitchen. Air Conditioned. .,.
4 "1' shall be unlawful fur \ny person or persons, u defined ....., tot was announced yesterday by Elden tt Chapter 0,953, La\v of Florida. "hristUn-1545 couple only Phone tfchgCOLOKIth WO, 1I0l'Broadway E FOR St. SALE Conveniently- 206 Vf

llJaJc in business as herein defined under a fictitious name as herein defined Mathews Area IV president after U-ts of 1911.! will register roth the I Phono Ideal for SMfiSll.retired; couple.4tohg U : 10IID*
meeting Lake
without and unless said fictitious name shall be registered with the City. .nly F. T. D. Florist In Starke. i .
I Mathews said that around 1,000 Blowers wired place. Flowers FOR SALE 1958 Fiat 600:
clerk of the circuit court of the county where the principal place of business : teachers from eight counties in tot or all occasions any locally. Phone j jVQ I, mileage." Enginerecently tfchf

is, \\ ilh registration shall consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid an af I the area are expected to attend I 095Take 4- 5U 59* East Non St. tfcbt'-i' (new'. T electrical Mansfield system.at 331 Clarke$475. circula heap,
rail !9(54-4201.(
fidavit signed by all interested .persons, stating under oath the names of I the meeting here..ThI. is ihe first. K1II.ROAD CAREER j or large
time Starke has been host to an Job as telegraph operators and FOR B4LB! I We need
all those interested in the business enterprise, the extent of the In- area FEA meeting I 666 tation agents are opening In most Heady mix concrete concrete Telegraph
ireas due to heavy retirements pro- fence posts sand tfchr
terest of each and the fictitious name under which said business is carried i Counties included: in Area IV notions and deaths. If qualified, you !Ii M on-s."t ir mix. rock nfeel. ovster .
i nay prepare at IQW cost for vlaee- I f-lenwrk and Roof GraveL
Columbia '
Bradford ,
on. Said registration may not be, made until the person or persons desiring are Union' nent in one of these openings, pro- UO4-2C21, Bradford
Hamilton Gikhrist, 'Suwannee. 'ided you are between 17 and 2$,; fo. : rny borne
in engage: in business under a fictitious name shall have advertised his or Lafayette and Dixie. ugh school graduate or G. 11 D. Home with
-, 'quivalent. physically fit and will- FOR RENT 4 room !i
th'ir intention to register, said fictitious name at least once a week for four ., ig to work days while training partment Private entrance j road. Win

l.iiJ !lights.! G. 1. approved for Korean j Iefl' \\V.t Lafayette- !St. home
((4)) consecutive weeks in some newspaper as defined by law in the county : Marriage Licenses : I : If sincerely Intert 'ted in a, i Phone

,vvhere said registration: is to be made, and said registration shall not be 'ersonal Interview: Write Mr. Hodgeox FOR REXT -- Furnished erflel Ztdl -4-O
The following marriage license't 8::. Care pf, this paper stat. "qttag for bachelor. Modem
8t''' (Ited by the clerk of the circuit court except upon receiving proof of : issued I :.r- ng age phone number address| attractive. flood '
applications, have -been by j [ ANOTHER HAPPY OMEWE'RE. narital status and present occupa-| 43.00: / mo. Call Mrs. Renner,
such publication. '- the County Judge's OffiCe: .- I BOOKING Ion. j i ;'H4'

.;: -: i :.IWiHiam CorneliouS'Moon., 23,' I FOR SALE Wooden
., -: .t. OR RENT Nice J
2 : } 0 THE WIFE DEMAWDS desk' and wlvel office rhair.
t. '. 'I and Merry Monarcha 'Tr gleIi. 21, bedroom hou"e. Newly decorated.
S : W. E. Mlddleton. Ph. WO 4.
,. Up I
0'o.T. w Starke..' COOKLNGfili hone WO 4-0358. j
-: '.. ,,. 'st I both of OUR GAS FOR !
I :Joseph, Leone 21..and Mary COVERS and : INCOHR TAX KERMCK
Monday thru Fridays after S 't'
I Cacciato, Meli. 63, both of Starke. ipholstery work done. Call Mrs. All day Saturdays.

If you are engaged in business under any name Tommy Franklin Edwards 30. THATGAS Heights'toward Tucker Fla. 4274, Uchg4.11 Keystone _Charles WO Hutcheson.f-1US 521 IJtehg I I

t Starke and June Idolia Starling. ,' S i I
20. Lawtey. OR RENT-Furnished apartlenta. ALL TYPES LAWN

Marklee Luke, 27, and Mary Reasonable center. phone rates.WO t-IOIl Near sharpened Calvin factory Johns way., Pick up I .
other than and have not had this hopping delivery. phone
your own, name Magdaline Reames, 16. both of 'r call at S13 S. Cherry SL (SbeU 4-1441
Starke. HI Co. Office. 1 Y
,Charles Gordon Williamson. 23, PY OWNER. C rooms, I

properly advertised and registered we will be Hampton1, 'and 'Ble' Mae Byrd. HASTINGS MATTRESS j I room.and 'In: bath.Saratoga, screen Heights north, $ !I}I M JOIJT BH M
18. Starke. & UPHOLSTERY WORKS down. 'Payments $78 mo. Call \\ 1 adults. All

i ,r ri j 710 Lemon 8t Plflc !1115. i Write

XOTICK OF INTENTION 'TO Furniture Repaired. Upholstered i i FOP. REXT Modern 3 J ., Educa or call
all Information REGISTER FICTITIOUS: NAME houte. $;0 pe-r month. Call ; \
; tddl-
glad to give you necessary as I & Refinished
i Notice Is hereby given th&'t the : REBUILT tdaltf
f fI '
i undersigned under the provisions ofChapter MATTRESSES 'I FOR SALE Lovely 5 : tfchg
I I 20.9 5J, Laws 'of Florida,|t't'I New Innersprings modern country hluJ16 partly !
I Acts of 1941, will register with the} ished. Central heating. 40 !
what should do. Clerk of th.. Circuit Court in and I and Box Spring : mostly in pine. 690 bird cage 1 below
you for Bradford County upon proof of Drop ui a Card or CaD i en house. Also usable for J !
publication 0 this notice, the fid HI- Out buildings. 2 deep wells.
ous name of*B and G TRUdy STOP, PALATKA EA 5-9168 house with cooler. $13,000. For !
under which 1 am engaged in'buai-1 t WO WIUams. I formalin call 9(4-4101 or
ness at Rt. t Box :U-\, Starke i STARKE Heights 4385. ____ !
Florida. PEGGY 8HALLER, Starke,I IAISII I Hts.

Harry C. (Frank) Broadway :p i! I LKAKX TO FLY-Contact Lacy t *
O. ROT !U, $tarVe Florida sol." war, phone WO 44051.
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BETHEL MISSIONARY i Union. 6:30: p. m. Evening Ser- TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTf city was started last weekend --
dren home
are coming from my tulips and daffodils are com-
BAPTIST CHURCH vice. 8 p. m. Prayer Meeting each after the agreement on purchase
school. They are laughing and ing up. Easter here was a foggy
Sunday School. 10 a. ra- Morning -Wednesday 8 p. m. Everyone wel- HAMPTONBy of the city mower as well as the making a noise. He
gets up and rainy day. I had communion with
Worship. J". a. K. Training ,come-Rev. R. L. Lee pastor.' contract for the work its?J1. looks
-....' -=- -:;::- -"'::', --- Also out the window 'at them as Don at home as we could not get
Airs. D. E. Hill attending the meeting was they go by. He does not like red to services. So our lives go. "Come

l AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHampton 1. P. Bradley to investigate having A and is afraid of a red sweater.Ha quickly, night and bring him

the lane re-opened east from Yes for me dogs are lots of safely home" is my prayer just
ElementaryPTA Division Street past his.new home fun when one's family Is grown.
just east of the Williamson Jam trnyess now.COURAGE
mo. Adopts ByLawsNew pro- The sun Is shining bright and Is fear that; has said
I I. E. H. I $40 : by-laws for the Hampton perty. He pointed out tha in order -
up.F Elementary School PTA were approved for city water to be piped to the wind blowing hard. We had its prayer.

at a meeting in the school his home it was necessary to have Wherein the busy happy days play the old phonograph. I sang a nice little shower this morning.I God bless you every on?
-- of Spring bring Easter and I I the songs as I worked. Ha! I
the street opened officially, j Our lawn is Mother LURA.
auditorium Thursday night last @swell j pretty and green and Love
clean the attic and lay away a I sang "My Old Kentucky Home" .
as providing for driving I
week and the local group :s con- access -
:dear old man. and "Old Black Joe". Those are

F FINE BIG HOMES! tinuing.he state with and previous county plans organizations to join-. Robert into the Cutchen property.submitted his Come quickly Night the records. Tomorrow I shallstart i

of PTA. resignation as city marshal. giving And blot out the latening after- washing curtains; the
noon. front spare bedroom. I will clean
conflicting working hours his WILLIAMS
In the reading of the bylawsand as
I cannot bear twilight to .take all the
me rooms good and make a i
reason for resigning. The council
the ensuing discussion, it was
unaware. few changes so it all looks clean
NO MONEY DOWN pointed out that any person Interested accepted the resignation- city I
in the objects of PTA and officers except the marshal were The heart cries. "Soon, now and fresh. When a little warmer I I
soon. I will move things to live the
who is willing to uphold ;ts policies .present for the meeting. on
and by-laws is welcom to become Birthday Party He will be here! sunporch.So .
% -
100 Financed On Your Lot a members upon payment of For Phyllis Griffin The heart will never q lte: believe the days pass. I did not get
my Irish potato planted
eyes on
Mrs. Wesley Griffin entertainedfor
dues. Membership is not limitedto
The mind\ which knowsHe Good Friday. The ground too I I
teachers in the school and or her daughter, Phyllis 8, with was
Not Pre-Fab But Ready To cannot come. wet to plow. I have the 500 potato
parents, therefore. a birthday party at their home
Live In For Less Than You'dPay Most of the provisions in the Saturday afternoon April 8 Those And sends my hands fving! to I eyes. They arrived last Wedn s- I!
close I day. I have onion plants and sets ON WATCHES AND RINGSYou
by-laws are the same as .hose in attending were David Men/. Don-
The blind. Yet j
For Shell Alone. no blind so tight
practice already it was pointedout na Faye Crawford Sherry Norman too.HELPFUL
Can shut out the sound, the HINTS. Vinegar and
by E. L. Brown. piTsident. Sherry and Bobby Hicks
Can Use Our LAY-AWAY For Grad-
sight salt will
Dues remain the same as they Pearle Wolfred Mary Joyce Meng, remove rust stain from
Of all men going home. cloth. Ink stains on finger can be
have been in recent.years $1 per Lottie Ray Childs, Maria Mosher. uation During This SALE' Friday And
CLIP COUPON-FILL IN-MAIL TODAY Ruthie Roark and Rosslyn Johns. He cannot come. He cannot removed with vinegar and salt.
member per year. The change
come. Flour on a cut will stop bleeding.. I
Institute For Essential Housing provided in the new by-laws allows The table set in the yard was Saturday ONLY
Night Alcohol will whiten piano ke's.
covered with a birthday cloth and I -
20 per cent of this to be sent
301 E. Call St. Hush the hearts One
joyous cry. CHERRY TORT cup
centered with a bouquet of lilies.
.0 the state organization for mem-
Starke, Fla. bership in the state and national After games were played and presents Muffle its drum. Bessie Newsom sugar 1 cup cherries, sweet or Our Selection Too BIG To List-Bargains
Allard. sour; 1 cup flour /4 tsp. salt, 3-4
Please Have A Representative Call On Me congress of PTAs. Mrs. Griffin opened in Judy serving Childs refresh-assisted Don has gone to Omaha' with a tsp. soda. Mix dry ingredients with Throughout Our Store See US this Weekend
The new flagpole was also discussed
With Pictures, Price & Plans. ments. body in a shipping box. It is to one unbeaten egg. Then stir in
at the meeting which was For:
go to Denver for burial. A dear the cherries and sugar. Bake in
We Are Interested In- purchased for $222.24 and set up Youth Week EmphasisAt
'old man and I know how lonely pan 8x8 greased and floured in
in the school yard. during the last Baptist Church Here
Q 3 Bedroom Home month. i Youth week was observed at his dear widow will be. She has 400 degrees for 40 min. Serve witha DIAMONDS .-- WATCHES
lived in a town about 12 miles sauce made with sugar flour
Q 2 Bedroom HomeD J. C. Hobbs, principal, announ- Hampton Baptist Church Sunday
from here for over 40 years. He butter and water. It will soon be
D \ Have Our Lot ced that the county music teacher with young people of the church ; COSTUME JEWELRY
promised some day to tame his cherry time and this is good with
planned to be present at the next taking over jobs normally Held by

Name _____________--------,---- ., _. meeting with several students for adults. David Allen served as wife back home 'to Colorado to fresh cherries. Might adds)a little ELECTRIC RAZORSI.
retire In the old home state. He if fresh cherries.
more sugar sour
the Nursery facilities for youth pastor bringing the mes-
Address ______ *_______________________ younger program.children during meetingswas sage during prayer meeting ser- was a merchant and President of I The man who helps Don got D. BRACELETSBank

City & State _________- ______________ discussed and a committee of vice Wednesday evening and presiding wealthy the bank man.many a grand years.old He Chris-is a I the pick-up truck stuck in,my potato Financing On Any Diamond
: W. P. McElroy Paul Meng and at worship services Sunday. patch. It was down deep. We

Phone Number ________________________ Mrs. Ralph Pearsall was named. Others who took part includedC. tian home gentleman., He will not come !i I had the casket packed ready to
Date for the next meeting was left W. Slade song leader; pianists again of evening to his wife.{I start to Omaha. So I told Don to
I that Don will
indefinite to be decided on by the Sheryl McElroy: and Debra Hicks; safely.It pray. be home just go on and I would have the I WILLIAMS JEWELRY

executive committee. organists. Paula McElroy; Sunday garage help me to pull il out.
OWN YOUR HOME NOW! Refreshments of cake and coffee School superintendent Morley is a long trip to Omaha They came and now the truck is
takes at least three hour;. So he
in the
lunchroomby garage. 109 East' Call Street
were served in the Griffis; secretary Kathy Conklin: '
will not. be home until late to-
Mrs. James Gnann. Mr. Merle ushers for worship service Buiufd Gabby is all excited the chil-
night. He has been gone since a-
Visit Our Displays At Packham. Mrs. Ernest Triest Parker and Howell Williams.!
bout 9 a. m. He took the body to
Mrs. C. R. Cox. Mrs. Marklee Norman Sunday school teachers for the
the church and I fixed hin a nice
400 MADISON STREET and Mrs. D. H. Crawford. day were C. W. Slade Vicky 1 lunch with a bottle of hot coffee.I MORE
There were 35 present for the '
COR. CHERRY & CALL STS. Mosher Carlene Melton Imogene say "Come quickly night and EVERYDAY
meeting. Ward Gloria Waters Alethia Williams bring my good Don back home
Council Okays Mowing, Joyce Melton Brenda Lott, "
safely. Only a Woman who bas
Open Wednesdays All Day Hears Street Request Cordelia Allen Myrtle Ann Hint t been a widow knowes the lonely
Town lawn mowing and open son Virginia Brown. Henry Mosher -
hours when alone. So be good to
street were discussed at the DISCOUNT PRICES
ing a served as Traning Union director that husband girls for we all live
regular meeting of the-ciby coun- and Odessia Melton sec- so much longer than our men.Apprecta.te .
cil in the city hall Tuesday night retary. Teachers included Joyce ,
I. E. Ha HOMESPhone : him and be thankful ,
April 4.Onard. Clairnell .. y.
ConkUn, Cooper Hilda I surely am and will behappy y -
Parker and his son Bu- Warren and Donna Rhoden. when I see the headlight turningin ." .

I ford. attended the meeting and for; Floyd Smith served as song the driveway. This is NOT a sale. This is NOr'a clearanceThis
964-8641 were awarded the contract leader for the Wednesday evening I Last week I cleaned the attic. I

I mowing the city property after prayer meeting, with Sheryl Mc- was so pressed for time I did not is NOT an accumulation of' odds and
expected .
from the other .
'. '. default I Elroy as pianist. .
'. -, _-- ... --, --,- ." -, - -- -- -- _.'' bid on.the. mowing. Mowing in theDONT I II I Young people of the Hampton: ends This Is Our New Everyday, Policy| .i .

church .
attended the youth rallyat -. .

Starke the Saturday First Baptist evening Church and took in WE WANT YOU TO COMPARE!

part in the music program when .

youth of the New River Association .- T
of Our Soil 0 Our Strength
Baptist Churches gathered
OF YOUR for emphasis week. Reg.RUBBER Ladies'i C
D THE .:
QOeSTIO ',''M06Et.>E CAT OftfJT TOgtmem&EgcoRiosrri 01CRE. IS IT BECAUSE MARKETING AT Personals Soil Conservation .. 3 7
e ;indgea.
K1UtO 1Nt: CA.' KNU+1 t Momm"l? OF SPECIALS THE SUPER AND fINE { GityHshfiMeat I Mr. and Mrs. P. W. KeJly of NEWSBy 59c SANDALS : .

FOOD THAT 1'00-- Miami have been visiting here .
\r-i Market with Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Adkins. Bill Haas
-) e-.... Mrs. E. C. Morris who has been "
o Soil (Conservation Service
I I I staying here with Mrs. Ben Saxon Reg. LADIES'c

and Mrs. Will Saxon of Pompano The Bradford Soil
visited last weekend with Mrs. J. Board of Supervisors discussedthe $1.00 BLOUSES S E S Quality ...
H. Saxon.
jiI.i1ti Conservation District and
w. Mrs. Aileen Call was taken to Boy Scout program at their last

TO Doctor's Hospital in Starke on meeting and voted to buy 100

Thursday last week for treatment copies of the booklet "Partners" lst

for pneumonia.Mr. to be distributed among the $

an Mrs. J. D. Moore have Scouts and their leaders. Districtson Qual. ox iiN'SSHORTS f for I OO

SMOKED FRESH PORK moved from Starke to the farm national state and local levelsare .

near Hinson's on State Road 18, interested and ready to help

SAUSAGE 31b. $100 SHOULDERS lb. 3Se and their three children have the Boy Scouts of America in

transferred to Hampton Elementary conservation programs and projects JAMAICA ,
School. that will benefit natural $1.00 Ladies' c

CENTER CUT FRESH FLA. Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Miser and resources gnd the people dependent 88
them. Val. Girls'MEN'S

lb. lb. 21e visitors son of Gainesville of the R. H.were Parkers Saturday here.Lester Stopped by and talked pasture

PORK CHOPS! S9 FRYERS! McCullough underwent Mrs.management Smith the with other Vincent day. They and .

surgery at Bradford County Hos
have some fine horses on their
pital in Starke last week and was
SMOKED BACON OR pasture. He will keep some pasturefor MEN'S ,& BOY'S 39cUNDERWEAR
able to return home Sunday.

SMOKED PICNICS By The Piece lb. 3S Charles at Cocoa Manire is on temporary who is stationed dutyin make."hay hay this cheaper year and that says I can"I buyit. can I ANKLETS 5 for $1 3 for $1'

Puerto Rico expecting to return Mrs. J. S. Eunice used the District -

April 25. fertilizer distributor TO putout .
i Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Hicks 10-10-10 fertilizer on her per- .

Weekend Beef Sale! i of Orlando visited here last week- manent pastures. MEN'S\ $1.29 BOY'S 1.00 "

end with her mother Mrs. Mamie. Maurice Edwards Jr. used the

Mead. ',. District fertilizer distributor to SHIRTSLADIES' 9c SWIM SUITS
7 7 c
CHUCK CHUCK STEAK OR CLUB j Mrs. Bill Underwood was able put out 10-10-10 fertilizer on his

to return home last Friday after Pensacola Bahia pasture.J. .

lb. lb. 4ge two weeks in Doctor's Hospitalwith M. Dyer used: the District

R .'OAST S 43e STEAK. Henry pneumonia.Mosher and Mike O'Con- of seeder his cultapacker cropland to to plant Pensacola some ,JERSEY 89c BOY'S $1.00 .

nell of Ft. Benning Ga. spent Bahia pasture.
ALL MEAT ROUND STEAK OR CUBE last weekend here with the Milton Wilton Conner used the District GOWNS 61c DUNGAREES 71e.

Mosher family. Both are planningto grain drill to do some custom

STEW lb. 5ge STEAK L 69c return later this week to help planting.of He was using a combination -1 .

in construction of a new chickenhouse Argentine Bahia and -
millet planted together. '
on the Mosher propertyjust LADIES' CHILDREN'S: _
east of the city limits.

Leonard Melton of New Orleanswas EVERGREENBAPTIST DUSTERS POLO'S '
CHURCH $1.71 2for55cBottom'
here to visit his parents last :
J rWE Sunday School 10 a. m. Preach-
weekend and his father. Lonnle .
ing. 11 a. m. Training Unbn 6:30p. : .
Melton was able to return home
m. Preaching 7:30 p. m. Prayer .'
from the hospital on Monday. ,
Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p. m.-
STOCK A COMPLETE LIKE OFtROCERIES Members of the Hampton Youth Wednesday Bible study 7:30p.

Club met for a social get-to- ..m.Jos.. E. Norman pastor.
gether at the home of Buford
pAYS Parker Thursday evening Apri16. NEW RIVER

Mr. and Mrs. Onard Parke were BAPTIST CHURCH

chaperones. Sunday School 10 a. m.. Wor-
Games were played during the ship Hour. 11
a. m. Evening Service STARKE, FLA.
OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 7 A.M. TO 9 P. L i evening, and refreshments served. 7 p. m. Prayer Meeting each

Wednesday, 7:30 p. m.



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1'Hm1SDAY. APim. 19, 1fl si
j i !L -- 8B4Dl'OBD COIJNTY T1'LEGRAPII: / ST.\RKE, FLORIDA _._ ___..
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I '''''''''''1'''.................. I Allen, all of Jacksonville. tions --J
and one came on professIon Mr. and Mrs. '
H. T. Ben- YyYVVYyyyyyyYyyyYyyyyyyy. business this .
I; Sorry to report that Ernie Pad-I of faith. nett during the week. I, I week. I children were transacting business'I residence and address: Unknown.
CLAY HILL gett had to be rushed to the Lake We were to vote Sunday night I We are' sorry to report that!in Green Cove Springs last Satur- I gainst you in the above named
Mr. and
Mrs. Bryant Reddish STATE FARMBy
I City hospital due to severe hem- whether. or not the revival would : Grannie Hingston is a medical i day.Mr. r-
were Friday overnight guests of i tower or pleading to the complainton
4 By Airs.\ J. L. StricklandAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA morhage. The last we heard, he continue another week but it was Mrs. Reddish's: sister, Mrs. J. M.I Mrs. O. E. CrosbyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA I patient in Bradford Counly Hos- and Mrs. Elbert MCKinneyand Plaintiffs Attorney Joseph K.
was still in a serious condition. settled at that service Sunday pital. Miss Essie McKinney of Pa- Skipper 221 Florida Title Building,
Wilson, and Mr. Wilson in Jack latka Jacksonville :2!, Florida and file the
er Our deepest sympathy goes to morning. So to were guests of Mr. jnd Mrs.
you may come sonville. Rev. and Mrs. J. W. Hurse and original in the office of the Clerkof
r Sorry that sickness prevented the family of Hans Carter in the this little church any night this Dr. and Mrs. Herb Schween announce *! children of Lake Butler Melvin McKinney in Palatka last the Circuit Court on or before the
Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. R. were Sunday -J J* day of April 1961 otherwise the
loss of their loved week.
one. week and hear wonderful the birth of on''
NV me from getting my news in last a mes- A. Griffis and Gene were her I a daughter -J: .dinner guests of Mr. and. Mrs. allegations of said Complaint will i
week. Jim has a very severe cold, Understand that Melvin Watson sage delivered by Rev. Rickstraw.: brcther-in-law] .and sister. Mr. and April 6 in Bradford County Hospital -: O. E. Crosby. b* taken *>= confessed by you.
has been called as pastor of the i This
too-nso the notice shall be publishedonce
sick has to take care Mrs. E. M. of Ii Edwin .XOTl'JU TO IWVEY D
Long Branch Church and wish Stanley Jacksonville. i Mayton of Jacksonville each week for four consecutive
of the sick. I him much .! Recent guests of Mrs. Effie Mrs. R. P. McLenion: and son.. spent the weekend with his parents la Circuit Court. Bradford County weeks in the Bradford" County, Tele
success. Tommy spent the weekend withSpaiy : Florida In ChancerrCase graph. .
Bobby Padgett, son of Mrs... The Miner were Mrs. Bill Reid and I j Rev. and Mrs. E. F. Mayton.i I!, No. 12-968:! Dated this 22 day of. March, 1961.
Primaries put the Inter- \ McLendon, student at
John a ) .
Wilkinson Jane XL ,
Bauman. Plaintiff SEAL
was home a few sons of Jacksonville.We vs. )
days last week mediate boys in the shade again, FSU. Mrs. McLendon also visited!i Coy Alvarez of Palatka was the j August! .1. Puiiman, Defendant. Charles A. Darby,
visiting and help- winning the attendance banner at are pleased to see Terry relatives at St. Mark's. 'j I weekend guest of his parents Mr. You are hereby notified that a clerk of the Circuit Court.
Ing John with some of the work By Enza Blanchard Futch around again after being I I *and Mrs. T. G. Alvarez. 'suit for divorce has been filed aNOTICE : B>' Marian U Cro b>.
Sunday School. Rev. E. F.
on the house. We are still hoping Mayton and Ralph TO APPEAK ., Deputy Clerk.
that our Beginners will claim t AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAThe I in Bradford County Hospital. Upton are in Durham. N. C. onj I i Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Ma on and To: August A. Bauman, whoe $.:$ 41 t-13
Seems that our March eather I
the -
again real soon.
waited until April to March in )
One'great thing about the
on us. Been
having more storms
and more power cut-offs in the Highland Church: we often have .
last few days than all during the tourists and other people who are a" BLUE I I IALL
month of March. passing,, along the highway on
Sunday morning see the little
Lizzie Padgett spent Easter
weekend with her brother, J. T white church by the road, and CUTS FROM THE HIGHEST QUALITY, SELECTED HEAVY WESTERN

Padgett, who lives at Lawtey. He come in for Sunday School and a MATURE BLUE RIBBON BEEF TO ASSURE YOU OF THE FINEST VALUE
church services. These visitors always -
came to visit his parents, the '.
find a warm welcome and
Yougan Padgetts, and begged until are invited to stop at the sign GROUND ROUND
he got Lizzie to go visL them, of the Highland Missionary Bap- PRICES GOOD .
but had to bring her back in time tist Church. y THROUGHSUNDAY
for Sunday School because she ,
refused to miss it. Good for her! Our revival at Highland seemedto wi69' ROUND CUBES V
be in a rut-no spirit t lor very APRIL 16th LB
Shirley Padgett spent the: Easter r little] shown, no professions of
weekend with her sister-in-law IIII IIIIA 0""
faith, no nothing-until Sunday famous Rebels Quartet
Vina Martin, at
1 morning. Well you should have America's foremost Gospel singers C1M S BONELESS ROAST
Among those visiting the Strick been there at this servce! We will give a concert in the school E ROUND

J lands since our last writing were have not seen the outpouring of: auditorium at 8 p. m. Monday,
Percy Knight of Whitehouse, Har God's spirit in such a great. demonstration April 24, sponsored by Lawtey QUANTITY > S' mm
vey Lane of Mlddleburg, and John in a long time. There PTA. RIGHTS h fQp .iLj CUBE

and Betty Brumbelow and Betty were a dozen or more re-dedica The Methodist Woman's Societyof RESERVED [j --*lSfiiWMERCHANTS STEAKS LB 89c

.Christian. .Service met Tuesday
nigni 01 last week at tne home
of Mrs. J. C. Tye. After the usual
We Can Solve Your .
business, Mrs. G. W. Roberts, as- 320 s.Walnut .
sisted ''by several members, presented I TO Rf piAliqxcl 1zTnl
an interesting program on loSp iPPIj
CAR PROBLEMShop sharing your time and ability with StarkeFlorida ui &A rf
others when needed. Mrs. Orville RIB LOIN

Bumgarner gave a talk on !the PORTION PORTION : i

Jacksonville, Gainesville, Or Any- progress of Missions. FREE GIFTS UP TO 3'/2'! LBS CUP TO 3LBS CLB
were served to .
Where Then Come See Us And the 12 members present. LB

The revival .that began April 2 L
at Highland Baptist Church will RIB HALF .
continue all this week. The ser- _
vices are very inspirIng. The i '
evangelist, Rev. Bartow Rake- *t
straw, brings a wonderful messageat QQ II tJ ,

each service. The song leader, + GREEN STAMPS I <

Can Dorsey McKinney, is a great asset MERCHANTS OR MORE FOOD ORDER ya FLq CAADE x ...
He leads and everyone sings LIMIt 1 WITH f5A0 r -.,- e. at ,
There has been a good attend- Q : p

ance. A number of Lawtey people : 'A''

SAVE YOU MONEY have taken advantage of and enjoyed .S ,

meeting with the church. ? CODE ST RS

Guests of Miss DorothJ Swan- .. s,710.t 7r sioltts I FRESH DRESSED
bom are her aunt and cou$Jn, Mrs G DRAWN

ON A NEW 1961 Mabel Peterson, and son, Martin "

of Chicago, 111. .
Mrs. Ruth Barthlow and Mrs -" LADY FAIR SLICED

Chevrolet, Corvair, Ford, Falcon, Pontiac Effie Mae Green and small daughter .

Or Buick. Ruth, were visiting Mrs. Mae H ;

A noon.Mr.Wells and family Sunday after- WHITE fJ. IIrii ; I .

and Mrs. George Lastinger I I.
of Daytona Beach spent several t! .

Dodd Deal is the Best DealYou nett days families.Mr. with the. Darley and Ben- BRLAD (WHOLE- ) 7gtx.i

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Can Get On A New Car and Mrs. Fate Redd and '

sons Neal, Wayne and Dale were ;
Or Truck CUT
guests of the week of Mrs. O. J. UP
Phillips. Other guests 01 Mrs Ib ,'
$ Come In And Let's Talk It Over C i 29 I :
Philips were Leslie Phillips and 15 OZ .
Good Trade-ins family of Callahan on Wednesday 2 rl'f "
Bank Financing LOAFS iJii .
and Mrs. Leroy Hinote of Tampa Q., ,. .
Dannie Phillips and Mrs. Addle "-"li .. .. .. ,..r
Hinote, who has been visiting her .' .11I f:,''f' .
sister, returned to Tampa with. . '

USED CAR Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kelly and V. ;.... t : '< -
BARGAINSGet t':' -
David visited Mr. Kelly's aunt, ..' MIl
:;- 1iIiin "
Our Prices Before You Buy Mrs. A. T. Williams, in Newport --"-"-,. REAM39c

Richie Sunday. On their return i: ; OM RICH '
t I trip they stopped by Yankeetown Cu p" .

See Bob Hammond or W. J. DoddAT I where they visited a brother, JohnG. : -- : "Breakfast, t

and family. .
Kelly LB
V >;",. 9i.;.: :, ,.. I' PIES
I. A.
Ralph Tatum of Deland was a "\ r'; B \ '
dinner guest of his sister, Mrs. G q'f

W. Roberts Friday evening. 'i"C_ I CHOCOLATE! ? COCONUT '

DODD'S AUTO SALES Mrs. Doris Dansen and family .'''Ltt' a': ; t LEMON"AMERICA'S

spent the weekend with relatives I
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712 S. Walnut St. Phone 964-6421 in Daytona Beach. C.,, 15 OZ
Mr.and Mrs. H. A. Aspifl and -- ;,r'j SIZES
4a-- daughter of Jacksonville were '10.\, '
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liam's Hall :,. '-'1'l ,. Tnnmrn.nai Bunyon Kelly and son spout last I Scouts and thejr Leaders sere a
; KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS Tuesday April 18 Weds Lt. HalloranIn r : MELROSE :! Sunday at Rainbow Springs I program. Refreshments wrrg $?,r-

Cub Scouts Den 3. St. Anne's'arish Pensacola ChapelThe ; A surprise party was ghen for ved in the lunch room by jnem-
House after school. Mrs. W. L. Brimon
at Lake Swan Beta Club.
: bers of the
By Mary K. Schaeffer Mrs.
Brownie Troop 229 after school, By Alice RothhammerMr. last Saturday afternoon.Mr. .
& .. .. .- .- . . - . '. . . Aviation Memorial Chapelof ", ," .,
& &&..AAAAAAAAAAAAAj.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA&AAA&AA& St. William's Hall. Pensacola Naval Air Stationwas E' .,' .. ..&& .... 1 and Mrs. Clyde Wesley.
Garden Club Division of Wo i visited their son-in-law !
WHAT'S FOR William's Altar the scene Saturday, April 8, i and
THIS WEEK? St. Society and Mrs. Carl Fatf and HorsebackRi&UgFOR
man's Club. 2 p. m., "Woman's :laughter! Mr. and
rRummage at 11:30 a. m- of the Mrs. Glynn
: We. hype this calendar is; complete Sale, 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. impressive, ", !J, daughters visited Mr. and: Mrs- Rothhammer ,
this week. Also, we hope it former Western tyito bui'tung. dub.Eedfearn's military wedding of Miss Sallie ; John Bellerjeau at Indian River and family! last

: is serving a 'purpose: Friday. April 14 O'Connors and Belote's Madison Baylor daughter of .}'aIr.., rlJ last Sunday. Sunday. ',
teams in Men's League, Pa- and
and Mrs. .Robert Barnett Baylorof daughter.
Thursday, April 13 St. William's Altar Society Mrs. Nell CanfIeld of Washing-
Bridge Rummage Sale (former Western Ft. Pierce, Gulf Breeze, Florida, :vr' ton., D. C. is _I Vicki visited! Mrs. Tison's sister
Duplicate Club. Section visting General and j
Order of Eastern Star, Chapter f Mrs. A. M. Howell and family
Auto building.Rotariansmeet'. and Lt. John William HalloranJr. :+ '. ; 011,
II, Woman's Club, 10 a. m Mrs- R. P. Hollis. Instruction
; 279 Masonic Hall 8 'I| Micanopy.Boy .
for luncheon, p. m. ., son of Mr. and Mrs John On Easter !
Community Church Choir Practice Wednesday, April 19St William Halloran of Long Island Sunday, Mrs. Ada I Scout Troop 109 spent Friday -:

.7:30: p. in. 12:151noon.: Anne's Episcopal Junior N. Y. The Baylors are former resi Roberson and her immediate fam- j night at Camp Juniper. Examinations BEGINNERS
Practice for First Baptist k. 4 ily of children
grandchildren and
'. Junior Woman's Club, Installation and: Cherub Choirs, 3:45 p. m. Chcir practice' 3:45: p.' m. dents of Gold Head Branch State ; great-gran.a children held i I were given for merit j & ADVANCED ,RID ns
a family
of officers 8 Den 2. CUb Scouts, St. Anne's awards.
m. .
p. Park Keystone Heights.
I. Girl Scout Troop 190 after reunion at the home of her I i FOR CHILDRENAND
Women's Bowling team for Mc Parish! ,House, after school.St. Given in marrige by her Winners of the Duplicate Bridge
school St. Anne's Parish.Hall. ; father, daughter and son-in-law. Mr. and ADULTS
Kay's Real 'Estate, Palatka, 9 p. Webelos' ,ben Meeting 6:30: p. Anne's Episcopal Church the bride wore a floor length gown Mrs. Russell Nobles. Sixtyeightof Club included the following: first''':
m. Covered Dish Supper, .6:30: p. m. of sills place, Mrs. Alice i
m.. St. Anne's Parish Hall. 1 Anne's organza -over taffeta. The fA the 84 of her family and 11 Ketchum and Now Offered atCamp
Boy Scout Troop lOS 7:30::\ p. m., St. Senior Choir Practice portrait neckline was edied in guests attended. Mrs. Helen Phelps: second! place. Y. M. C. A.
7:30: p. m.. lace and was accented by a bertha, I Mrs. G. M. Allen Jr. and Mrs.
St. Parish House.
i Anne's Bible 'Study I Mr- and Mrs.-John Ross will be ,
Group :
ik I I D ront Men's Bowling League, Prayer collar. Small covered buttons were W. Becher: third place Mis. R'\
k returning- Stanly. Y. in \
t $ 'L to N. a
Meeting,.Community Church Parsonage :
placed upon the bodice at front Moore and Mrs. W. J.
Gainesville, 7 p. m. few days after a three mouth stay Keystone HeightsFor
; I 1. Duplicate: Budge'Club Meeting 7:30; p. .m. center and button-trimmej bracelet u. p in Melrose. I fourth place, Mrs. Bea Cooper and

4 Section I, Woman's Club, 3 p.m. Baptist Adult Choir Practice. length sleeves were also fea .I Mrs. Lucille Davie. InformationAnd
I I Mrs. Betty [Price Nails has returned
8:15 m.Thursday. Call
: Appointment
4'y. Saturday April 15 p. tured. Unpressed pleats cascaded Miss Paula Wysong. They wore to Melrose from Fort Sill, I The monthly PTA meeting was

.. St.: William's. Altar. Society. Duplicate, April Bridge 20 Section II, from the center front forming similar gowns in.rainbow colors Okla. when her husband left for held last Monday night In the i MRS. CLAIRE LOHRE
Rummage Sale, former Western fullness for the floor length t skirt. Miss Anne Lloyd Baylor sisterof overseas duty. school auditorium. Mrs. Tom j Keystone Heights 4237
Woman's Club 10 a. m.
Auto building all day. Community Church Chou Practice Her veil of silk illusion |ras held the bride, was flower girl. She 'The young people of the Baptist Odom gave a spech on ':The Inner ALL RIDERS INSURED

Walker's Service Statiou Boys by a small Swedish crown"of wore white dotted swiss over pink Church went on hay ride to Gold Glow of Children." Room
.. Bowlers, Palatka 10 a. m. 730; p. II,). pearls. taffeta, with tiny: pink roses in Head: Branch for a picnic Friday count was taken and the fifth I I Weekend Hayrirjes Available -

Catechism for grades 1-6, St. PTA 8 p. m.;, school ,aud'r.oIium.McKay's Mrs. John V. Kicklighter of i her hair and carried rose petalsof ;i I night. and tenth grade wpn. The. Girl

.R William's. 10-11 a. m. Women's Bowling Pensacola Beach was matron of assorted colors IIi a while bas-
i Mr. and Mrs. Loranzo Banner: of
s Team, Palatka 9 p. m. in League.
Girls' Bailing Team 2 p. m., honor wearing a gown of yellow : ket. j Jacksonville visited her brother i
in Palatka. Personal Notes silk chiffon with square neck full Capt. L. T. Gavin served as best I
We are glad to hear that Mrs. I j jI and family, Mr. and Mrs. CharlesSever.
CAP Cadets Bake Sale 9 a. m., puffed sleeves to elbow, ery full man for Lt. Halloran. !!j" .
Don Christoffers is home again I SwordI \
.. 'NEW.. Keystone Dept. Store. from Riverside Hospital I!' i Jacksonville skirt knee length with embroidered bearer were officers of the U. S. j!I A bridal shower was given for ..
Sunday April 16 hem. A matching wide-brim- Navy ani U. S. Marine Coips.
1 Mrs. Jack Rankin by Mrs. R. G.Logsdon .
rLUCITFI and doing well. .
I watt. + 'very \
: rAU Attend your church. Miss Barbara Runstedler is med hat of the same material and After a reception at the Pensa- and Mrs. Carl Hagglund

Baptist Concord Choir practice visiting her sisterinlasMrs. shoes dyed to match completedher cola Beach Woman's Club, Lt. and I: at .the'Woman's Club. Mrs. Ran- ,

6 p. m. Dorothy Runstedler at .her homeon costume. Mrs. Halloran left for a short ; kin is ,the former Ginny Vickers.

E. Y, C., St. Anne's 6:30: p jn. Lawrence Blvd. Miss Run Bridesmaids were Mrs. L. T wedding trip. They will reside in !i Mr. and Mrs. Murrel Hobt of I 111J1

Community Church Young Peo stedler is from KingsviUe. untario Gavin, Miss Regina Halloran., a Yokoska, Japan, where Lt. Hallor Colorado Springs visited hr parents Hui

S t WALL PAINT ple's Meeting, educational build- and is delighted with the Key- cousin of the bridegroom and: _an is stationed. i I Mr.. and Mrs. Edward L.

: 19 b ely colors and white ing, 6:30: p. m. stone variety of weather. I I,, Ferrell.' NORTH CAROLINARaleigh's
Monday April 17 II i
II Mrs. Mae Thomas visited friendsin
a for pitching woodwork- Mrs. Albert LeBlanc and her I for all participiants. While some in the Masonic Temple 'n Key- I:
Community Church Women'sCircle Melrose last week. Capitol is U. S. No. 1 andas
left Monday morn square op Highway
; "Daw": Satin Sheen Enamel .,. son Johnny :I ,were prettied up in glamorous negligees stone Heights, Mrs. Esther Hall I
Meetings, afternoon and ing for Miami and Hollywood. and fancy slippers others of Waldo, Past District Lnstruc- I Mr. and Mrs. Russell; Woodardand a result of the heavy traffic on this main highway

:i Watch 'isazinj demonstration on TVI evening. *lJffiE'] Fla., where they will visit friends. acutally did "come as )')il are, !" trpss, will be honored. Met Hall i; children of Eureka visited the Capitol; attracts a lot of visitors. In one,recent sum

: Also Wall Paper Girl Scout Troop 147 after The LeBlancs were Easte- guestsf hence the fun. has been very helpful and was Mr. and Mrs. Dock Tison and mer visitors from 44 States and 27 foreign countries

school. Melrose Parish House. Mr. and Mrs. LeBlanc of ;Keystone After breakfast, a judging was ",the" one who gave untiringlY of family.Mr. registered here. There is a hostess at the reception

: Decorating Cub Scouts Den 1, St. Anne's! Club Estates. The visiting held for. the most original comeasyouare her time and interest in the in-i and :Mrs. Joseph Farmer desk iwho answers questions and provides litera
and three children visited Mr. and
LeBlancs from Windsor, On-
liKE Parish House after school. are costumes. First prize stitution and direction. of the ture and is
Shop Mrs. John Ross during the Easter a ,guide available for conducted tours.
:i Instructions for teen-agtrs, StWilliam's .. tario.It's a dog's life a dog's life winner was Mrs. Clara .Matthews, work of the first year, 195960.Members I> holidays. The building is open from S:3Q; to 5:30. AJonday through I
a visitor from Columbus, Ga., who be'very
Church 7 p. m. will happy to :
Keystone.Heights, Ph. 4505 that hangs in the balance right ,i Dock Tison's brother, Mr. and Friday and from 8:30 until noon on Saturdays. On the
I CAP ,Cadets Sky tel. 7:30: p.m. I came with, her sister, Mrs. H. :,R: pay her homage at this meeting. |I
.. -% /:0 now. If this little dog,doesn't find Barnes of Keystone Club Estates.: Hostesses will be Mrs. EnestineEisenacher :'AIr George Tison and children, grounds i is ,a famous statute to three presidents :born
home real soon, he''will be "putto I Larry Becky, and Don of Gaines- in North Carolina-Andrew Jackson James
I a j I Mrs. Matthews was .clad in a pur- chairman, and Mrs. K. Polk
'MCKAY( AT KEYSTONE sleep." Not.because he.isn't a I I pie Pete:,Fan pajama set.: _Straws Daisy Hall, Miss Gertrude Houser,] ville visited him recently. and Andrew Johnson. Johnson's birthplace, two miles

1t a nice little dog, but because, the t{I were drawn when Mrs. Joe Mur- Mrs. Hazel McKay, and Mrs. Bertha away, is open to the public as an historic shrine.

k : -. Senior Member Society of Residential Appraisers daughter of the family has an al- elli and MrS; John Karges tied I Ward for the. socbi hour

t Associates I. Brault & M. Ilgen lergy. He is, a small 'dopari.: I for second prize with Mr& MUf.I -' ,:after the meeting. INSURANCE4utoFireCasualty THE KEYSTONE STATE'BANK

Phones: 3071, 4151, 2391 chihauhau and part terries. so he I elli victorious. 'Lions To Have Drive
won't get ang bigger, or "eat you Executive Board Entertained The Keystone' Height1' Lions' Bonds and Allied Lines

S BR Masonry, Neat ltd Tile j HALL LAKE, CB, large APR out of house and home." If you i Mrs. Henry Mickle, president of Club held their regular monthly ,Insurance
1 bath, LR, DR, K, garage, utili- screened porch, fireplace big would like this nice pet 'or your I Keystone Heights Woman's Club, dinner meeting 'Reynolds MEMBER I : ) FPJ.C.
on Monday evening -
ty room boat basin, near lot, good fishing good garden'hoo" own, call Mrs. J. W. Warren, at entertained the Executive Boardat April 10. In order to payoff AgencyW. A Friendly Bank in A Friendly Community

..( $IS. oo. ing, retirement home $7,500. 4697 for particulars.ComeAsYouAre \ their regular meeting en April the outstanding balance on the L. ReynoldsPh. i Keystone Heights, Fla.

I Terms Party I, in her home. Board members lighting of the football field, the 2442 2701KeystoneHeig
2 BR Frame large LR, fire- Provides Entertainment I who were present were Mrs. A. : ts, Fla.
1" ". Twin Lake, 2 blags. 1 G. Lions will collect donation in the
place, K, bath, year round Friday morning April 7, the i t .. ,
APR, fireplace, 1 screened in Loudon Mrs. J. R. Smith, Mrs. future for a boat, mote., and ..
I home,.IA.oN on Flowers Prairie, Keystone Woman's Club held a Arthur A. Bamford, Mrs. Sara. -
kitchen, can be beparated.good trailer to be given'away this sum-
fishing $7,500. Terns t,500. Terms.am surprise "come-as-you-are" break- McDonald Mrs. ,James Cork Mrs., mer. The Club will:be divided Into -

fast which furnished a lot of fun A. F. Crosby Mrs. Herbert Nelson,' four teams of seven men each, KEYSTONE HEIGHTS .MftftDSE

... .---..--.-,.-"'."--....-.-.......,. "-,..., :-... ",,,,,,, ,,... ... .,...........w..:.." ..'.:N. :. .'" Mrs. John Karges, Mrs. J. A. Wil- and they will compete with one

..<, '. "::.:...;?.. ...\:....: liams, Mrs. Fremont W Tulles another in the collection of funds. I

Mrs. Alma Frost, Mrs. Charles Team captains will be Ralph! Bry- '
Wallenius Mrs. William B Daw- an, Carl Darden. George Schaeffer :BUSINESS I DIRECTORY

son, and Mrs. John Bird. and Ed Levigne.

.......: District V Meeting Bake Sale Saturday
f.I' 'k ?n To Be In Keystone ..
Saturday morning, April 5 at
On Tuesday, May 16* the ladiesof 9 a. m., the CAP Cadets will hold --- ----- -- ---- -- --

_-.: : District V of the Fla. Federation :- Bake. Sale in front of the Kej Wheeler's Service Co. .
I zx of Woman's Clubs will meet stone Dept. Store. All donations of Shaughanessy's
Service On (lena ;
: with the Keystone Heights Ladiesat baked goods will be greatly appre- {Complete iau9

9:30 a. m. for a work shop type ciated. TfleislonsAutomatleValobeI'M PACKAGE STORE
; 1.j 1 ni! 1ing in the Community Cadets Take Test Electrical AppUanres-Outboard
.j! Y uirsux 'Jlotors-Wflding: :JOIIJ OPEN 8 AM.12 J JJL
r Qhurcb educational building.'fhere'will ',A test was ,given at the regular since 1947 DAILY
Serving I CLOSED
be a luncheon at 1 p. meeting of the CAP Cadets Mon- SUNDAySKeystone
Rt 1, Box ,161 Melrose, Fla.ryas. Moat ,llelrov
m. in ,the Woman's Club. day night. The boy with the high I Largest A Complete StIet'i i Uighwaj
Highlight of the April 25 luncheon est score will be award an $80 I II tion of Greeting Cards and Toys:

'meeting' ,of the. Woman's Club' scholarship to flight school. He APPLIANCES-T VRedfearn's In This Area i j I .-

will \be the introduction of new will be given eight lessons in fly- Appliances Keystone. Heights REAL ESTATEC.

members.. ing. Before going to this school 'HARDWARE
.1 Installation To' Be Held the cadet must first pa; field
The Keystone Height's Woman'sClub' observation first aid, compass Washers and Brooklyn J. Pete O'ConnorREALTOR .
will hold installation of new and DryersI I
reading, survival tests.
Zenith T V i
4MA1 officers on May .23, at their May CnURCJll'EWS Supply,House. -

I luncheon which will start at 1 -' St. Anne's Episcopal Service On All flakes VAR.TUNG PAINTS REAL ESTATE-MORTGAGES
clock. The luncheon :will be held Keystone Heights, Phone: 4252:
The Women of Trinity Church, Outside House Paint APPRAISALS(
at the Woman's Club. I I I .
i Melrose joined' with the Womenof BEATS Mildew Resistant Keystone Heights, Phone 4297

Duplicate Result Saint Anne's at the regular I SPECIAL ".9S! GALLON I! .. ..
Miss Bessie Rutherford and monthly meeting of the Epjscopal ''BamMelrone Phone 2741 H. "'"'
__ __ The. Boat i, Keystone Heights, 'I .
Mrs. Del Kyle were high scorersat Church Women on Thursday, !I I
GB 5-2701
the regular weekly meeting :of April 6. After Holy Communion in :I'Y Odom's Hardware & eLawrence's

the Duplicate Bridge Club, Section the Church, refreshments were JEV1NRUDE 1

II, Thursday morning of last served in the Parish House. Guest Supply (Dinette
week. Mrs. Lucille Davie and Mrs. pf honor was Mrs. J. H. Wolf, Jr., L HARDWARE PAINT Short Orders $andrtehf*
Lilo Pridgeon tied with Mrs. Alice of Jacksonville Diocesar Presi- $SERVICE i r Cement Blocks Bed! Mix Bottled and Draught; Beeri

How rna 1y times has this man, Ketchum and Mrs. Helen Phelps dent;pf the Episcopal Church Wo I I; Cement :I II I II Sundays Too Closed! 'Monday

for second place. men. She brought two committee --- I Sinclair Kerosene. 'and Fuel Oils Kitchen Open 11 A. 3L 8 PJf.

: saved your life ? On Friday evening. April 7, Mrs. chairmen with ,her: .Mrs. Adams CONSTRUCTIONBarMar 1 Meter Service I I! ,Keystone Heights, Fla.
Bee Cooper and Miss Sally Mansfield Mitchell and Mrs. Il)by Carter. Melrose Phone: GR 5-5421 '
: .. .
'.:. ,. ,were"top scorers at the Sec- The new Acolyte's Training Pro- Const. Co. "" .. r. RESTAURANT DRIVE-IN

:'11', liE: most of us, when the lids are i in the car, You know, of course, that half: the families iir'! tion I regular weekly meeting of gram under the direction of Charges HOME IMPROVEMENTSRoom I i[I.LUMBER I:1 J .
the Duplicate Bridge Club. Mrs. Tolford got under nay: on Additions Awnings I White Top 'Drive-In
L. that "extra careful" feeling You America save them. I San Lebrydo Lumber !i
you get Ann Bissell and Mrs. Bess Burn s Thursday evening, April C. at St. Florida Booms Garages
'kiiowthat's, the same way your friend-the Your S&H Green Stamps make it possible were second-high while Mr; .'Irene Anne's Parish House. After the i t Aluminum Siding FIIA Loans ; Co. I "A ROOD PLACE TO EAT":

service station dealerfeelshen you stop by for you, to choose from :over 1,500 top-;. Mickle and Mrs. Lucille Davie meeting, attended by approxh i i I i Ph. 4281 Lawrence Blvd. i We Specialize in Custom ,I Dinners Sandwiches. -
| Cold Beer Sodas
to see him quality famous brand-name items at your sere third. mately 16 boys the group was Keystone Heights II Cut .Extra Length '
r I. TakeOut Orders-
Over the u've probably come to S&H Green Stamp Redemption Store. Local Woman Honored served. dinner by Mrs. Charles,I I Kiln Drird Pine A'!Building
t years l
FLORIST Keystone Heights Eastern Star Tolford and Mrs. Carlton Paul.A I Materials ja.
,take your service station dealer pretty much I Fisherman-You Catch and
Chapter feels honored in !.he
FLORIDA appointment Spring Meeting: of District HI I Cement-Mortar rIxheet! Rock!
forgranted. But when your kids, are riding DIVISION of their Worthy Matron Edna W liamsFLORISTnRSERY 'i iI dean 'e -}fe'jl Cw* 'em
ihs of the ,Episcopal Church Womenwas Mill on Hyw. 21 .at Mlddl$nrg,1
aren't took his advice Sperry! pnd Hutchinson Company I Rt. 21 Between Keystone ,He4gts
'ou'glad .
\\ithou Mrs
) you Beatrice Schroeder by Ar1lI2.j tj 2-5722
8801 held'on Wednesday: :; I Phone: BU I,II .
:and. had. your brakes, checked? His '',suggestionssmall Florida Avenue, Tampa Florida. ... }Mrs. Frances Gray of Jacksonville at St. ,Barnabas in Williston.;t FLOWERS; I 11.... & Melrose.

:': though they may seem to be- Worthy State Grand Matron to I Those attending from St. Anne's For All Occasions I MILLWORK WELL DRILLING
''' be Grand Escort to the State I Melrose Phone: OR 5.2331GASBOTTLED
:'jway have saved your life more than once. His were Mrs. Arnold Larsen. Mrs. ,
% An American Way of Th finterest Grand I Keystone ;
Treasurer Mrs. I
safety is more than interest : Alex; Brokas, Mrs. Richard; Mur-
.' .lD.Our :
: /or'3oQ0Cb0 Families... jra Johnson, at Grand Chapter rhee Mrs. Charles Tolford, Mrs.; M'llwork Shop Wtil r\J.IJDa.
'. in i'customer-it's concern about a friend. Distributed met JJ56THI .. I I
I 4 CUE EN 'f. [! Sessions in Jacksonville April'!Cora Quattlebaum Mrs. A. R. Keystone Gas Co. CABINETS- POQRS Pump

,. And what a valuable "extra" if lOur own STAMPS .. ::'J 1 1114. Smith, and Mrs. Thomas Garnar.t{ '24 'HOUB 'SERVICEPHONE WINDOW FRAMES- -SCREENS i' ,* Service: f
; t
: :.{;ieryicf station. gives you S&H Green.Stamps. :: ..' OES To' Honor I The Regular Monthly) covered I 4351 ; .-:. Trim Material 'T f- :

I .. .... .,'. Past InstructressAt dish supper will be' resumed on Franchised Distributor of Sash Madt-To' Order Ma wJj'lltDrillingNELRoaFi {

> 'i''... .;...'.fI. ,.. MAN WHO.KNOWS YOU ...T.... .RV.. YOU BESTI -: ).. ''..:'.: the April 18 regular Eastern t I Wednesday. April 19, at 6:30: p. m..Ii ,..- .SAF-GAS ; 1."," Keystone '.Heighta! :t ,,54)9) .

s&. Chapter-Meeting at t p. m.. .,.[Continued. ._ On Next Pace : ,.; i :.1 .. : ,

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'-.Y.Y.YYYYYY, .. ,I.Night dinner will be held April 28. t YYTYYYYYYYYYYTYTYTTYYl in Lake City Thursday visiting I stilt for divorce has been filed against -. OTf FP IXTEStlO TOi i join name of WELLS E14tx"ruleSERCICE
l 1 The Chairman and CoChairmanof Lee you in the Circuit Court of i REGISTER FICTITIOUS XA.UE I under ..yrujviigaged < il .'11-
Eienfield. ,
E Y S'T ON Bradford County, Florida, In Chan-i. in ',uafS'at ;H ". 'thnn -
all circles will be in cnarge. THERESSABy eery, wherein William S. Terry is. son St. Starke. Fla.y .
Mrs. W. T. Blair and Billy Mrs.. Notice Is hereby given that the ,
the Defendant. C. Weils.: 72 X ThJU1jH\1tl
Plaintiff and you are i
The Young People of the W. L. Douglas, and Mrs. Tim: You are hereby required to of undersigned Chapter 90,553.under Laws the of provisions Florida, Street, Starke. Florida. sole: ownei.
R a Church meet in the educational Bath Griffis Rogers were in Gainesville Thurs-: **rre a COpy.of your Answer or Acts of Dated this 24th day or )l r'h A
L& .. "' .... : building: each Sunday at 6.30 p. pleadings to the complaint on thePlaintiffs 1941. will register with the D. 1961 at Starke Bradford County -
day afternoon. ,
.. ..AAAAA A attorney, S. L. Scruggs Clerk of the Circuit Court In and
[Continued From Preceding I m.Anyone I I Miss Juanita Stalnaker of_ Tal- ?ost Office Box 197, ftainesville, for Bradford County, upon proof ofpuhlkatlon Florida.
trf file the original of
For Riding 1Now'Keystoners Mr. and Hammond' Horida and 3-SO 4t f-:'
John of
I ,lahassee, was home for, the weekend Answer or pleading In the office I this notice the flctltl- .
Mrs. Richard Murrhee and j will have a rare have 'as guests this week their t with her parents Mr. and I of the Clerk of the Circuit
Tom Cirnar will be opportunity to learn to ride horse- daughter. Mrs. Ruth (,Allen and I Court at Starke, Florida on or before Business
f Mrs. W. C. Stalnaker. the !%nd day of .April. 1961; GLASS That's Our
month. back and this is being made pos- two children and Mrs. Lottie i otherwise the allegations of said ,
Mrs. I Searle all of Manville i Mrs. Mattie Barry enjoyed! a Complaint will be taken as con- "If ICs Glass WE Hare It"
Alex Brokas and Mrs. sible by the YMCA Camp Immo- ".N. J. :
i fish at the home I
| supper of Mr. Ifessfd by you.
ard Murrhee .will leave kalee directors who have hired Mr. and Mrs. L. Fisher and:i'and Mrs. Sam Crutchfield in I I II Dated this 16th day of March CALL WRITE or VISIT
..April 23to,, attend the ; Mrs. Claire iohre to iive'm.struc- family of Chipley. recently! visited j 1961.

ference at Camp Weed near I: tions. Mrs. LOhre holds the Inter- Mr. and Mrs. Price Fisher. I I Gaineville Friday night. I (SEAL- Charles) A. Darby, Joe Peters Glass Co.

belle, April 2329. l'chan'j; national Championship far cow Mr. and :Mrs. E. E. Trlest ,and Miss Annette Green and Alan Clerk of Circuit Court ,.

The Church Vestry had ;.. ; : girls' bronc-riding, which ohe won children, David Griffis, and Mr.j I Messmore of Ocala, John Green By Vrad Marian ford Count I. Crosby.Florida' FOR ANY GLASS NEED' -

I 'gular meeting Wednesday in England in '1934.. Since then and Mis. James H. Breeden and j I of Gainesville, and Bill Shuman! Deputy Clerk. 3-23 U t13OTI"l Modern Store Fronts
We Design
April, he has won many championshipsin family enjoyed: an outing ia&t Saturday .:- I of Wit wood were weekend guests!
St. William's Catholic ; Madison Square Garden. Bornin at the former's cabin. at I of MB. and A. L. Green. They attended \ : OF I.VTENTIOX! XAMB TO Just Mail Us A Pattern for
I Table
t The Hay Ride that' was San Antonio.Texas, Mrs. Lohre I(ast Springs: the McDavidGref"nfedl' Notice 018 hereby given' that (he Tops
educated in the east, ind has II Mr. and Mrs. William Ham-I ding Sunday afternoon. j undersigned under the provisions of
the boys and girls of the I was : I 20.953. Laws of Florida 1313 N. W. 4th PI. Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR 2-4353
t and their guests on I \ lived in the east, the southeast Imond I : and daughter, Mrs., Willa Allen Lewis of Cross City was ithe I Acts of unill register with the

t evening; April 8, was well !rI and the southwest during tier life Ruth Forsythe, and her Daughter Sunday guest of Mrs: Amanda I Clerk! of the Circuit Court, In and "

I, ed. All the youngsters i iI I i time. Since moving to Florida, she of Gainesville visited the 'John Lewis. | publication for Pradford of County this notice, upon, the proof fictitious of- ,'

have a good time. has given up trick riding but is Hammonds last Sunday.Mr. i name of G.J J MO-REF HAIR
I' still interested in teaching ridingto and Mrs. James A. Gnann STYLIST, under which we are engaged -
St. William's Altar Socl i ; in business at 351 X. Temple Spring Truck Sale ,
advanced riders, and were business visitors to Jackson- I
hold a Rummage Sale, !} i beginners NOTICE TO DEFEND Aver Starke, Florida.
I adults or children.; Her husband Is ville last Saturday. Im The CtrnTt Court BradfordCouBtr. j Ellouise T. Dodd. P. O. Box 100%.
Friday: and Saturday of this; : Florida IB
in the former Western I II I'an experienced horse' trainer, and: Mr. and- Mrs: E. E. Triest and William S. Terry, Chancery Plaintiff vs. Starke, Floru-a. }a interest and BEST DEAL ANYWHERE on NEW & USED TRUCKS
Included" TV viewers will be interested to children, went to Jacksonville Haiel Mellnda Terry, Defendant. Keith Reddish, Rf. 2 Box 82, Starke, ;
room. in the m !
I Familyi know that he trained ,the horse i,Sunday afternoon to attend the NOTICE TO APPEAP Florida *j interest. !
in air show.The were To: Hazel Mellnda Terry whose Dated this 28th day of March A. j SALES PARTS 0 SERVICE
I ridden by Clint McCullough boys especially residence and address' is 2529 Glen- i
.* ef*. 1-t Wagon Train. He is now employedby greatly disappointed whea It was ina\v-r Avenue, Columbus :. Ohio. I D 1961 at Starke;; Bradford County j
I \f/t. ? : You are hereby notified that a Florida. |
Ranch. cancelled
o the Santa Juana Cattle because of bad weather. 3.30 4t 4-20 i! AND0LDSMOBILE
1 I II All interested persons should A supper was enjoyed by a large I ROBERTS CHEVROLET:

.. call Mrs. Lohre at 4237 in Key- crowd at the Community Center "
I i- .
real Fire
There's Life
h "magic" .. stone Heights and arrange for last Friday night in honor of Mr:I Liability
in Gulf Life's Green Cove Springs Ph. 3033
d I t : lessons. The horses are already at and Mrs. Price Fisher'' who} were
.. Constant
t .+ AdaptAPlanirl Camp Immokalee. and are waitingto recently married. Everyone enjoyed Service .

f 6 be ridden. So if you are interested the bountiful feast, and a good i ..

.. tt .. ... in riling: now is you golden time of fellowship. Mr. and Mrs. Over $f| Years -
.. .t s Fisher were presented gifts at.the I IFRIE '
c 1 .
. opportunity. close of the evening. Attention Livestock Producers!
Hope Church well
was repre-
+* ., kt St. William's Keystone Catholic OelrbU_ Chapel sented in'the Young People's program H. C. WALLAGENCY% If you have hogs or ----- -. -

'rr at the First Baptist Churchin i cattle ((0 sell now or in tyf, '
I Sunday Mass at 8:30: a. m. last !
Starke Saturday night. '
/ ; '
Gulf Life the future
t please cont
Holyday: Mass at 7:00: A. ... William Newham has returned S
ADAIvr.A-PLAN + AADAPT-A tact one of the buyers *
I Tuesday Mass at 8:00: t. m. home from, the Gainesville"Medi- I .
I ({ PLAN Confessions before aD Masses cal Center after undergoing at Copeland Sausage ,' '

can help you Yy Pits your / *. Baptisms! marriages> and in plastic surgery, on Tuesday of last Company and give them &
f +itructions by appointment. to
changing week: : : an opportunity buy

the xv needs ilrs. Rhoda Dampier and Mrs.: --. livestock.
J over C05IMUN1TY your
CHURCH- J. D: Gr iffts and dWgllt r, Cheryl SERVIC
i rough spots! ASK ABOUT IT TODAY A. C.:_ Holt, Minister attended the Wedding of their cousin '
i Waldo
Mrs. J. L. Hetherington, Sarah Brooker at the A+ 4 BIG ADVANTAGES!
Baptist Church last Saturday
I oyE- Organist and Choir D ft tGr.
k m M h Sunday School, 9:30: a. m. j night. 1. Cash market every day.
I GOlf Life W( R ); mg Worship, 11:00 a. m "01J1-1 "Mr" and Mrs. L. K. Childs and
= / granddaughter. Susan, visited relatires : 2. No commission.

Founded 1911 a Horn Office.J ., Florida ST. ANNE'S EPISCOPAL in Monticello on Easter 3. Special consideration given to meat

CHUBC3, KEYSTONE Sunday. We regret to hear that SALES

) Sundays 9:30: a. m., Church Mrs. Chidla' sister is still critically ; type hogs

School. 9:30: a. m., Morning ill. 4. Can furnish hauling for sufficientquantities.
I Prayer and Sermon [list Sunday, Mrs. Rhoda Dampier and son, SERVICE .

Ii Holy Communion]. 6 p .m. Epis- Billy, and Miss Dolores Cinverset-: .

i 1 I II copal Young Churchmen. Ue, and Mrs. J. D. Griffis and -

Holy Days 7:30: a. m., Holy daughters, Marcia and Cheryl, attended -' RCAViCTOW 11: Uht:; CALL COLLECT HO 2-3011;
Communion. the wedding of Judith Zei- .

I Third Wednesday Parish gler Heckard to Donald Northcut STEREO ft RADIO WO odland SERVICE ON CLAUDE PHILLIPS THERON HUDSON

Covered Dish Supper, 6 or 6:30P. : in the Presbyterian Church at I SALES & REPAIRS! 4-6901 ALL MAKES PRESTON POL

Gainesville last Saturday after- ,
m. ---------
i The Rev. Millard H. Breyfogle, noon and the receptio.i held --
ij j Vicar. afterward.The SHEPHERJjW CopelandSAUSAGE
I young people of Hope

II FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Church conducted'' the entire: ,___JNMAN.D._ CREENj. OWNER_ __ ,412 E. CALL STARK
I KEYSTONE HEIGHTS I evening service last Sunday in observance -, j COMPANY ALACHUA FLORIDAFlorida

'it I I I of Youth Week. Dale ., .;. _- _0 .-.. !It
1 J. R. Smith pastor. Ralph Bradley gave the message and \ ,
i I .. ,
i iI I Copeland, Minister of Music and I Dan Dodd served as assistant. pas- < .

I, church organist. tor. Special music was provided by

j Services: Sunday School: 9:45a. : Merle Packham Jr. as song leader -
I m. Morning Worship, 10:50: a. : Anne Packham, pianist assisted -
I II m. Training Union, 7:00 p. m. by Mary Lou Gnann en the,

: Evening services 8:00: p. m. You cord organ; and a choir composedof I

are invited to share family Prayer all young people. Ushers were I
I i ir I II I ea
time with us. Sidney Griffis Jr. and Harry'Loper. .

It was a very good, service;'
and those who did not attend

r i Faith Presbyterian missed. a blessing. We"I are'sO
Church Melrose thankful that most the young 1 1I Starke Florida
I Sunday service -Churcn School, I people of this area take"such an!
Cities ServiceHow
9'45 a.m. Morning Worship. 11 I active part in all church work.

a.m. Rev. Jams> R. Neale Jr., pas Baptismal services were conducted -I,
tor.. :! at Silver Lake for four .. -
SUPER persons on April 2 and one on' -" '

TRINITY EPISCOPAL April 9 by Rev. M. I> Packham,


reassuring it is to know that whatever the distanceto Sundays 10 a. m., Church YYYYYYYYYYYYYY.YYYTYYYY'1 ADULTS . =_ $1.00 STUDENTS .* . .. 75c
I ,
School. 11:13: a.m., Morning Prayer __
the next service station, you'll make it with plenty of

fuel to spare using Cities Service Super S-D! New SuperS I and Sermon .(First Sunday CHILDREN, . 50c These Prices Afternoon and Evenings
Holy Communion) 6 p.m.. Episcopal '
-D it the longest mileage gasolene you can buy..not -
Young Churchmen. By Shirley GreentAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
only because of its new super octane, but also because Holy Days, lo a. m., Holy I

it actually contains the best of every other gasolene im Communion.The ,

provement yet made or known! A tankful of Super-D Rev. Millard H. Breyfogle, Mrs. Mattie Barry visited Mr. N-O-T--C-E

{it i tankful of confidence! Come in and try it this week. Vicar. and Mrs. E. W. Hayes in 'Starke ,
Sunday afternoon.

; FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Green and
-' SILCOX MELROSE daughters of Jacksonville' were With 20 Of These Confederate Bills You May See "Gone With TheWind"

Sunday 9:45: a. m.. Church weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs.:

I School for all ages. 11 a. m., Cave 'Green. They attended the ,
The Merchants That Have These Bills Will/ Give You One On
Morning Worship. 6:30: p. m., McDavid-Green wedding Sunday -. '
: CITESSERVICE! Youth Fellowship. afternoon.Mrs. .. -

Wednesday, 7:30 p. m., Bible' Mary Willis of Ball was each Purchase. The One On The Back, Of This Ad In The \ Paper
I Study and PJ-ayer Meeting. visiting MK: and Mrs. J. H. Sullivan
705 Starke Fla. '
Temple Ave. I 0I ,
Rev. Ted Springer, Pastor and family last week. ,
Counts Also.
Mrs. S. R. Barnette and Mrs.Dora ,
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Wart of Miami ,Springs ,

visited Mr. and Mrs; Ban Greeq ,
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SALUTE TO FLORIDA and Kir. and'Mrs.;Ernest Edwards
last Saturday. \ I (See Other Side This Ad) ; M : .

_ u COUNTIESCOUNTY 0 WALTON family M->and'of Jacksonville Mrs. Johnny\ and Lewis, Shep-and'I DOORS OPEN 11:30 EACH DAY FEATURE ST tt.rS12QHQ4-So: ; : : ,I

SEAT DE FUNIAK SPRINGS pard Ray of Ha2elhurs Gad .-'visit: Except" Tuesday Feature 12:30 P. M. NOTICE; '0" :"'."';j J<; ;,o I

i Mr.and Mrs. J", P..Baxter" and April 16 thru 19 '' .' .; : '
r Walton County was formed in 1824 and is Mrs. Amanda Lewis, Saturday, ": Ay "
located in the northwestern section of the' afternoon. 1 .l l
f fi tit/n/
i state. The countywas named for Colonel l 7 FLORIDA ( _
George Walton, who was secretary of West Miss Ann Vickery (of Florid

'. 1 '_ Florida during the period Andrew Jackson State University in Tanahaand' i 'MARGARET MITCHELL'S THIATCI I
t served as governor. Miss Lima Green of Florida
., The county seat. De Funiak Springs, 10- Southern College in Lakeland OF THE OLD SOUTH 1AJUtE, J'LA.
( voted in the center of the count i'. 'is the t (
} state livestock market. were the weekend guests_ of Miv
1 site of; an important
I Timber, naval stores and agriculture represent and Mrs. Earl Green and family; IGONE

si 1 i the basic industry of the county. Mr and Mrs. Jimmy Crosby and WITH IRE WIND :

//1' t In progressive Walton County, and through Association son of Starke were 'Sunday guests
t out Florida the United States Brewers -
I Ii! I works constantly maintain the of Mr, and Mrs. Lloyd Barry.

sale of beer and ale under pleasant, orderly Miss Sue McDavid of Valdosta
-conditions Believing that strict law enforcement State College Valdosta, Ga., Miss

-f people of> Florida serves, the the best Association interest stresses of the Nancy Carlson and Miss Freda_ ClARK K G GABlE l VIVIEN I IGH :

close cooperation with the Armed Forces, Logan of Florida State University
law enforcement and governing officials. in Tallahassee and Chases Kirk-

land and Mrs. Gary Steelman of:

t I Pompano Beach were reekend" t lESUE YdeHAVILLAND tj tjM

guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. F. }.Ic- :

1 David. They were here to attend

the McDavid-Green weddii Sun':'
day afternoon. I
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Mrs. Mary ,Willis of Bell and,

"..u__ Mrs. J. Sullivan and Jerry were


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AGE FOURTEEN ISIU.lJHutD COUNTY TELJSu;:APlo:A LH, l':. ._"DA :'_. :.v::.-.::, .. :. ,1S,. 1i1i G1
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I 4 1_ '" I.J eat a baked apple instead ol apple and vocational type tests. A plan J tend. There will be, no admission Men's Day the third Sunday in PINE LEVEL BAPTIST CHURCHCliff Chapter undersigned 20.953, under, Laws the provision of Florida.of

pie and whipped cream. Add in for ,parent participation in this at the door but a silver offering October. Plans are being n ade so Acts of 1J41. will register' with the
Fowler of Arlington, Texas in
Court, Mud
Home DemonstrationNotes Clerk of the Circuit
teresting flavors with cinnamon, program was discussed. Parent* will be taken. Prayer meeting that this will be the greatest day I for Bradford County upon proof of
nutmeg, small bits of candied are invited to visit the school al every Tuesday night; Tarry Ser- in the history of the church. As ,, Mission Director of the World I publication o thin notice, the fictitious -

ginger or chopped dried figs or all times, but these are "red letter vices every Friday night. To all you know this is also "Laymen's Baptist Fellowship, will speak under name which of R I and am engraved G TRUCK in STOP business

dates. For a topping, try whipping dates". Please try to meet this of these services you are cordially Day" in our church. Our general Sunday morning and ever.ing at at Rt. 2 Box %n-. StarKe,

DOROTHY ROSS chilled evaporated milk favored survey team. invited. Ruby Fisher reporter. church rally will terminals on the the Pine Level Baptist Cl urch.OTI'F. Florida. Broadway P

: i : ;; / Home Demonstration Agent with a little lemon juice and Citizens CommitteeThe New Mt. Pisgah A. M. E. 4th Sunday. Each member is ask- O.Harry Box !C.n. (Starke Frank) Florida, sole
ed to do his full duty. Don't for-
- sugar. Citizens Committee Tor the Church, Rev. J. A. Grtramagepastor owner.
. rehearsal of Choir No. I each Dated this 14th day of March A
Betterment of Youth met Mondaj: ; get OP INTENTION TO
Dress Review Scheduled When you get a new appliance, be If you are thinking of buyinga will hold regulaf serviceson D. 1961 at Starke, Bradford County.Florida. .
if The Home Demonstration Dress sure to read the helpful instruc new piece of equipment, write night with vice-chairman Amos Sunday starting with Sunday 1st and 2nd Friday' night; Choir HEGISTRH PICTITIOrS NAME .
. No. n each thIrd'and fourth Wed. -4-16
Review and Achievement Day for for our tips on how to get top Williams presiding. The need. for School at 9:30 a. m. Sup AnnaC. Notice is hereby given that the

the adult members wW be held tions.When you want to trim some services from appliances. Just dropa a Youth Recreation Center was Wright in charge: 11 a. m. C. Hunter, Pres.; H. Young

Tuesday. April 18, at the State calories from meals, why not slicea card to Home Demonstration discussed by ,the group. Some morning worship, evening worshipat layleader, reporting.V. .
A. Hospital
Community Center. few from desserts. For example Office Box 267, star e.aaaAaAaAaaAaaAaA..a.. plans have been structured but due the usual hour. Mrs. M Holmes ATTENTION
farm to the resignation of Mr. Benner, Rev. Damon Dell, pastor of
president wishes -to thank Mrs.S.
The program get Methodist Church,
Price and for
C. pupils very
with luncheon at noon: and "
Fay a
new director. The case of Alice Gainesville, Worshipful Master
OF INTEREST TO COLORED fine presentation on Sunday. Mrs.
will model -
the club garments
Worthy patron of the Masonic
Williams closed
Mae a happy; Frazier the Youth
Fannie B.
: they have created and CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY I ending because, according to Dr speaker and delivered an inspring family of Starke, is sick in the

made for themselves and their F. Jennings, she was issued s a In spite of the rain and Veteran's Hospital in Lake City.
'children. There will also be exhibits By Ozora Shell a message. He showered with cards and
.1 i special permit for marriage She is stormy weather a total of $10 was was

of the year's work and a iAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAiThurston . .. ALA : a former student in the 7th grade raised by the little pupils of the visits from many of the members,'
lobby show. Miss Anna I at RJE. Officer L. Williams was school. On the fifth Sunday at 3 relatives and friends on Sunday 0

.Bikes, State Home Demonstration, School News meeting. A report on findings will welcomed by the group after accident the District Missionary Society from Starke and Gainesville. He

Mil be the guest speaker. On Tuesday April 18, at 8 p. m be presented to D. E. Williams, and illness In the B-adford p. m.will met at our church, Mrs. can be reached for expressions as'

t All friends of Home Demon- the pupils of Thurston Elementarywill Consultant, State Department ol County Hospital. He thanked the E. J. Givens is president. All mis- follows: Veteran's Administration'

tration work are invited to attend present a program a"d play. Education Tallahassee, Supt. H group for flowers and cards dur sionaries of Mt. Zion Lawtey Al- ; Hospital Lake City, Fla., Building

. this event. The second grade pupils will be P. Morgan also welcomed our ing his illness. A plan for linanc- len Chapel and New Mt. Pisgahare 62, Ward 8, room 112. On Sunday

:looking In On 4-H Girls featured in the play entitled: "The visitor to the county. ing the travel of volunteer truant invited, to attend-M. Albert your editor found him resting

. Last Saturday Lorrine Alvarez,, Bonnie Who Almost Did Not Cancer Report workers was discussed but tabled reporting.Mt. very well and off the liquid diet.

'Genie Strickland, and Judy Griffis Pass. You will miss a treat If you Miss Mae Frances Jenkins, general until Chairman Thompkins is pre Fifth Six-weeks End
Methodist burch,.
got the Starke 6th Grade uad another do not come out and see these chairman for the fund drive, sent. Dea. Allen and Rev. James Moriah The six-weeks examinations will,
sewing fest. They and other wishes to thank all for Rev. L. H. McClendon pastor held be held of next week.
young folks in action. Mrs. S. C. persons have been doing a fine job in on Monday
girls In their club have hemmed Price cordially invites all parentsand making the campaign a grand helping us keep pupils In school. regular pastoral services on Sun- The last six weeks Is just over the

14 blankets for Civil Defense and friends who are interested in success. The following worked The little Patterson girl will be day with Church School ol 10 a. hill and school will be closed for,

;there are Quite a few olankets the growth and progress of children during "Lights On": Statke-Rena' admitted to Sunland Framing m., Supt. Robert Dell in charge and; the big summer vacation. The an-

left to be hemmed. to attend this program. Plan Mesdames I. C. Jelson, E. J. Givens School next week. Officer Over- 11 a. m. morning worship nual sermon for the seniors of ON AUTOMOBILE

I These Starke girls are working now .to attend the May Day Pro- B. J.. Lennon, A. G. Moffeti' street commended the group on Love Feast; 6:30: p. m. Holy Com- RJE will be held on Sunday, May
service the pastor
:on, a special Civil Defense project gram on May 10 featurirg the and M. F. Jenkins, total: $101.03 the fine work that is being done: munion. At 21,3 p. Speaker to be announced INSURANCE
;Another activity in this project is I. Lincoln workers Mrs. Mar delivered soul stirring sermons. Commencement Wed., :
marching and concert band of City -Eddie Thompkins, chairman; O. ; on
to visit the fallout shelter which Lincoln High School, Gainesville.: L. Shaw and Henry Bryant total Shell, secretary. yAnderson )- .On the 3rd Sunday Steward Board May 24, 8 p. m. Mrs. M. D. Christian 1. New low rates
,will be built soon at the Starke reported $40. Lawtey workers:: Junior 11ghThe No.2 will have special services ,
Jerry Miller, director. Schools allover i i Pres. is askingall is sponsod of the senior class.
school the county have been invited Mesdames J. Houston A. Strong, "April Keynotes; include: Mrs. Ethel Young friends, to support Activities will be announced.\ 2. Safe driver savings
I Girls are showing their project to participate. This is the annual: S. Clark, total reported $24.14, A banquet by the 4th and &.th
work at school this month. Outstanding I and I this effort. Get into orbit now, all Junior-Senior Prom will be held 3. Local service
Wateroak workers Leo DeSue .
May Day affair. Mrs. S. C. Price, : grades on Wed.. April 12; April! agent
" records of work done, principal. I Mrs. M. Tyson, $12.60. New River; I 20-22 participation in the Florida men of Mt. Month because we on May 12 with admission by invitation -

will be selected and award made and Brooker Mrs. Charity Williams .I Music Festival. at Lincoln Ask us about the new low cost Automobile Pol'
FAMU Faculty Visitor State will be shooting for the moon on only. F. S. Pierce, sponsor.
'soon. after school starts: next fall $5.20. Grand total for county High, Gainesville, Mrs. Z. P. Jennings icies written by The Travelers-the Companythat
On Friday, April 7, Mrs L. S.
I Cut The Calls at Flori- : $182.23. A supplementary report director; April 24 8.p. m. -- invented automobile insurance.SERVICE .
' Davis, assistant professor
If women read instruction will be made later this month a one act operetlta: "The Weddingof

books, many service calls f cr appliances da A and M University visited that will include additional con the Flowers" to which the gen -N'._"' ",_ ,,,*,,.,,,,, -,. ._.
would not be necessary. RJE school for follow-up confer- tributions from teachers. The program eral public is cordially in/ited. A !lm !QlU L -_.;
ences with the team that attendedthe
of education will continue library schedule has been set up PLEDGE
"Elementary Improve-
on the prevention and cure of by the librarian to facilitate services i
ment Workshop, summer session !
cancer. Watch this paper for an as follows: 10 a. m. to 10:45:
1960 at the university. The local
SEfGAIIDENS nouncement of film showing and and 1 p. m. to 2:30: with the fol-
team was Mrs. E. J. Givens and
other activities. lowing student assistants: Betty NATURAL
Supervisor O. R. Shell. The research ;
Reno Theater Attraction Tucker Cora L. Kittles, Hazetta
project was "Improving ,
4 raw$I tiwnt dlvy f Reading Comprehension ii grades I. There will be a movie Saturdayand Felton, Queen E. Moore. Gloria A. Charley E. Johns AgencyPhone

113a Iii pm 1.31 111I 4.15 PIR'' Sunday at the Reno Theater Hampton and Ruthel Tisdale.-C. .
4 to 6 at RJE School. A progress
. report on the plan of action was title "Bronao Goes To College." C. Anderson, principal; D. B. Dependable -- EconomicalPHONE WO 4-0121 131 S. Walnut St.
Adm. adults 41c, children 36c. Richardson, librarian and teport-
Starke Fla.
made to Mrs. Davis by membersof ,
WO 4.1301NIGHT WO 4-2411
the team and Principal Eddie Fiesta Social Club er.RJE Highlights REPRESENTING THE TRAVELERS HARTFORD
101095t Thompkins. Mrs. Davis was enter- CITY OF STARKE GAS UTILITIES DEPT. I
The regular meeting of the club
tained with a luncheon by the Construction of the new gym-
will be held on the fourth Satur
Bradford County Teacher before nasium and two classrooms is well
666 her departure for Tallahassee. J. day night at the Wateroak Club underway. All eyes are looking; up.

k D. Greene, president of the association room at 8 p. m. President DeSue A top ,quality' program in health

welcomed her to theTIRES asks all members to please be present and physical education will be expected 11AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORYAUTO
and on time. Mr. and Mrs. to match these modern

Leroy Long will be hosts for the facilities. Principal Thompkins

evening.,All members are asked,to _
has asked persons in the department _
ON invite friends and lovers of good to plan a year-round program -
music and fun !to support the in physical! education to GLASS AUTO TRIM I FLOOR AND TILE OFFICE MACHINES

benefit dance at KellyXNlte ,Limit, I CONTRACTORSBobby
meetthe needs of all pupils and '
'" I Hancock
on Sat. May Music will be furn- youth in the community. Last Mauldm Auto Glass 1 Baker Auto Trim Typewriter
ished by an outstanding band.-P. L. Bryan
week a soft-ball game between COMPLETE STOCK CURVED Exchange

Cummings, reporter. the; faculty members, male and female GLASS CUSTOM INTERIOR TRIMHeadliners TERRAZZO CERAMIC Smith-Corona Typewriters

400 :Social Club was played against the stu Windshield & Door Glass ASPHALT PLASTIC TILE Clary Business Machines

The club met at the egular dents. Some of the teachers are Replaced In Any MakeCar Arm Rests HARDWOOD FLOORING Repair Any Make Machine

mile time and place with most members still hopping. On Tuesday, April Or Truck Floor Mats Upholstering Floor Sanding & Finishing I FR 6-5551

RECAPS in attendance. Devotion waS 18, at 8 p. jn. a basketball game We Handle Saftey Glass Lowest Prices FR 6-6762 FR 6-4445 431 N. Main. Gainesville

They Last conducted by the finance secretary will be staged between the faculty FR 6-2558 FR 2-3226 1939 N. E. 27th Gainesville

Del? Carwell. Alter the min and students, ,male' and female. 1314 S. Main Gainesville 1021 E. University A\e. Gainesville GARDEN SUPPLIES OPTICIAN
utes of the last"meeting, old and You can't'.aford tai miss this hilarious -

ANY SIZEMARTIN'S new business was discusc: d. No treat.: Teachers from Starke ,AUTO SALES & SERVICE Johnson & Paris Inc. Beckum' Opticians

sick members were reported. Plans: and Lawtey will participate. Come COMMERCIAL Lindsev I* Beckum, R. O.
were completed for" the benefit me; come all! IMPERIAL CHRYSLER REFRIGERATIONRefrigeration Complete Line of Lenses Duplicated Quick Repairs)

.l.J drive.,The April 8th activity was a CHURCH NEWS PLYMOUTH VALIANTAuthorized SEED8PLAl't'TSArtificial Eyes-Prescriptioni
succe s. Junior Grant was the Pleasant Grove Methodist SalesPartsService, Filled PromptlyHawesPowers
Insecticide*-Pet Supplies
CAPS first person to purchase a ticket 22 W. University FR 6-3518
Church, Rev. L H. McLenron pastor 'We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders'
for! the new club drive. A special Service Co. Gainesville, Fla.
Plus Exchange held regular service on Easter Motor Co. 224 N. W. 8th Ave. FR 2-0476
shrimp dinner will be served at
Sunday. The Church School program Sidney Leopold., Owner Gainesville, Fla.
the Try-Me-Cafe in the interest FR 2-2561 PHOTOGRAPHY
was conducted at 3:30. Love Commercial Refrigeration 1 .
of this drive. All members and: 204 N. Main Gainesville REPAIRS
Feast and Communion were conducted Air Conditioning GIFTS-WATCH
NEW HERCULES MSJst friends are invited. The affair will: at the 6:30: worship ser- Used Cars 312 N. Main, Friffidalre Ice Makers Roy N Green, Inc

begin at 6 p. m. April 15. AudreyM. vices. Sunday is regular pastoral PR 6-3400 Sold And Serviced Anytime: Bill Barnes Direct Color Portraits for Guts

Gibson, pres., J. C. Carlwefl, day starting with Sunday Schoolat Gainesville FR 2-8392 GIFTS Commercial Portrait
1 Grade--Nylon OnlyWe fin. secy' ; Addle Leggett, reporter. 10 a. m. Supt. Lee De Sue in LINCOLN FIAT RENAULT Heights FR 6-7700 CLOCKS WATCH REPAIRS Photography
Guidance And Testing Survey Complete Camera
charge 11 a. m.morning worship; Supplies
; SalesServiceParts Specialists in Fine Repairs to
Do Not Believe In Seconds l On April 19th and or 20th an 6,::30 p. m. evening worship. All Authorized Trained l'tlethanJesGood CONCRETE PRODUCTS Antique Clocks and Watches 1118 W. University FR 2-4W8

I area team for four counties will members, visitors and friends are Used Cars FR 2-8645 Gainesville, Fla.
visit Anderson Junior High and Invited to attend. Alene DeSue
222 W. University Gainesville
See Us At Barkley SAWS
RJE High In the interest of improved porter. .,
Cannot Quote The PriceIn guidance and testing ser Allen Chapel A. M. E. Church, 615 N. Main Gainesville BEST FROM LADIES WEAR McCULLOCH

Paper! Competition vices. Mr. Dodameade and Dr. Rev. 1,. A. Sampson pastor, will ARE THE CHAIN SAWS
B & G. Motor Co. Inc. Cherry's
Stripling with General Supervisor! ,
Might Think We Are observe regular pastoral day be- Edwards BuildingSupply NEW-USED SALI BVICR
L. H. Gibson held an orientation Gainesville's Most Fashionable
with School
Starting A Price War ginning Sunday
conference with county principals! 10 a. m. Miss Fannie Frazier in OLDSMOBILE CADILLAC Inc. Address For Ladies Florida Saw Co.

and guidance personnel at RJE charge; 11 a. m. morning worship; DRESSES SUITS COATS FR 6-3411

last week in preparation for this 6 p. m. evening, worship with the Authorized Sales-Service-Parts 726 S. Main FR 2-4S44 ACCESSORIES 2538 N. E. 19th Dr.-OatoesviBt
See Us Before You Buy for FR 6-7515 Fla.
visit. Some of theneeds pastor or appointee in charge. All Gainesville 105 W. University GainesvilleMEN'S
strengthening the program Included 115 S. W. Second Gainesville SEWING MACHINES
members and friends invited to
Tire : A diversified cooperative attend. Don't forget Junior DOORS WINDOWS \ WEARSilverman's
Any VOLKSWAGEN Singer Sewing
training program that would reqUire ,
Church meeting each Monday, 5p. Sales -Service Parts
the cooperation of local merchants a. m.; Girl Scouts'each Thurs. 3 Miller-Brown

for employment of as p. m.,'RJE room 22. Remember toisit apparel for Men and Women Used Singer Sewing Machine
SMITH'S SHELLSERVICE many as 15 eleventh and twelfth sick shut-In Motors Inc. OE GAINESVILLE, INC. One
: our and mem- Our new Store next to Many Of A Ktad
for 20 hours aweek
ters. FR 2-3532 Florida Theatre Starting At f 9.95
at a student rate of,pay and ALUMINUM AWNINGS
-E.' Givens, reporter. 1030 E. University Ave. Gainesville FORMAL WEAR RENTALSGAINESVILLE FR 6-6310
Driver Education. The testing services First Born Temple Elder Flax Palm Beach Awning Windows FLA. 216 W. University Gainesville

STATION most needed are aptitude Howard pastor will present the AU Meet A.W M.A. Specifications

THE RIGHT POINT for the Starlight Gospel Singers of Montgomery Pontiac, Write Or Call For Estimates MOVER' SHOES

way you write.* Come in and select aainesville; Sunday at ;3 p. m. Inc. FR 6-8215

Lawtey, Fla. your favorite ESTER BROOK These' outstanding gospel and 1817 Hawthorne Rd., Gainesville Gainesville Mayflower Bob's Shoe Store

II Fountain Pen..TELEGRAPH., spiritual singers. Plan now to at- POYI'IACGMC TRUCKS LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE Shoes for The Entire Family
.- -- - - -- ---.. ,- --- .--- r-- -' B. M. C. SPORTS CARS ELECTRIC MOTORS l'tIOVING' FORTUNE FOR MEN
I- x=w; .. Authorized Sales Parts -service Storage And Crating CHARM SET FOR WOMENFR
htf h- 2-2585 Gainesville FR 6-5224 ENDWELL FOR CHILDREN

Save 520! N. W. _8th Ave.. Gainesville Electric Motor Bags Millenery Accessories

C Repair Co. MUSIC 21 W. University Gainesville
This Crane Motor o.
,. ., MaybeA FORD
Authorized Sales & Service "Distributor of Sales-Repairs
aNn1at41 for AH Makes" This Area's Moet Complete Line
"Complete Service New Lincoln :Motors" Sheet Mode Accessories
Free 506) E. University Ave.. FR 2-4251 FR 2-8318 "You Can't Beat our Terms" of Sporting Goods at

Ticket Gainesville Fla.. 1030 S. Main. Gainesville 1025 W. University Gainesville
I Jimmie Hughes, Inc.

I TRANSMISSIONS FARM EQUIPMENT 1113 W. University Gainesville

:. ., GONE ,Lillian Music Store

I r WITH AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSIONS Rush's Tractor Co. Inc. :"Gainesville Leader" Since 1933 YARNSTOYSARE

mE Service & Repairs-Work NEW IIcHALSIERs PIANOS PIANORGRANS Jack and Jill
I >. Guaranteed CHORD ORGANS $159-1375 A Complete Line oft

IF.c.. WIND".4:, MASSEY-FERGUSON_ Guitars Drums Sheet Music Yarns Needlework L ... Netien

I c- {. r.rLamar. Pearson Farm .Equipment And Tractors Budgets Free Instructions

.,AT' TUBBY 66 SERVICE _*Jj rM-385; FR 6-5931 Toys-Game*-Dogs-.Hobble*

I r r 1i {N.j-Wz413th.St. Gainesville Archer Rd. Gainesville 112 S. E. First, Gainesville 625: W. University-. i ..- GslaesviHt-

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