Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01490
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 20, 1958
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>.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:01490
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y ( xrt Water Nearing Brooklyn No Wagering Stamp

r r Owner Of Dam a Q' Jook OperatorNabbed

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Gives PermissionTo + f. yr

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Blow It Up I

I Gary Reddish. Starke Negro and was found in possession of "mis.

cperator of 'The Slide," a JOOK cellaneous paraphernalia" commonly -
By the time you read this, water
joint located just west or U. B. connected with the opera
may be pouting into Brooklyn
Junior Club Beauties Mays.Thu. Lake."May". t w ,301 north of the Fair Grounds, tion of "Cuba," a form ot lottery

arrested in He arrested of
was Saturday night was on charges
year's version of the third is the word, because that ; arse
a raid by special agents of the violating the Internal Revenue
annual variety show will be presented happy circumstance depends on
two factors Intelligence Division of the internal I laws, "being in the business ot

TO DANCE FOR SWIMMING POOL to the public Friday and 1. Continued: sustained overflow Revcune Service and agents of accepting wagers1Lt1out regIst-

Saturday, March 28-29, in the I from Magnolia Lake through the State Beverage Department.E. ering, filing returns, and paying

elementary school cafetorium. the U. excise taxes as required by Taw.:'
Alligator Creek [not to. be con- Coleman Alaosden ot
number for their
BallGame" tall forthcoming
"Take Me Out to The I
Proceeds from the shew will go fused with another creek of the S. District Attorney's oftice in Reddish was brought before the
would be an appropriate I vallety show, 'Conglomorama. FF F-,
into a fund for the club's pet same name near Starke. Jacksonville: said that HeddISh U S. Commissioner Saturday
I theme song for these Junior Wo- Left to right: Gwen Moxley, pro-
I Shuman Lcuise Nina 2. Removal of an earthen dam _\- I waived preliminary\ hearing, and
man's Club members as they go Ann Stem ject, a public ,swimming pool for
blocking the ravine creek-bed be- was released under txwd.: The
through their paces in the base- Rabb. Connie Zack and Clara Starke.
I tween Magnolia and Brooklyn Water problems in the Brook next step will be for the U. S.

i City Tax Deadline Lake. 1 lyn Lake area are discussed!! by District Attorney's office to file

301 Suits May Annual MeetingOf Swollen by a return of normal (I-r) R. H. 3Iusgnne.! hydraulic t an information against him,

Is April 1, Same rainfall to this area after five or engineer with the U. S. Geological charging violation ot the Internal

As State CountyApril fix years of near-drouth condItions l Survey; Carl Carnes, Revenue laws. After that he will

Start l In AprilL. Clay Electric the,water table in Magnolia President Lake Brooklyn Civic be arraigned and a daTe feet tor
lake last week reached a level sufficient -
1 is the deadline for pay- Assn.; Dr. Robert O. Vernon, trial in Federal Court it he pleadsnot
to cause overflow into the .
ing city taxes, as well as state av>btaiyt director Florida Geo- guilty. *
natural ravine forming a channelto
O. Hazen, State Road Department -
Next ThursdayMore logical Survey; and Senator Aladsden said that as far as he
right of way' official, said and county taxes for 1957, City Brooklyn Lake.
Tom Adams. knows there has been no move to
yesterday that all appraisals have Clerk Carl Johns warned the pub- Present flow out of Magnoliawas
make state Reddish
a case against -
now been, confirmed on parcels this week. estimated at three and a half
llic than 2,000 members and .nillion Meanwhile water although 'the, state could use
: gallons daily by personnel begun
the stretch "
along four-laning
March is the last month to pay friends are expected I to attend the evidence obtained in the Sat-
north of Starke and that consider- ( f the Department of Interior. U. flowing: from Magnolia Lake
able progress has been made in taxes without a penalty. After he annual meeting of Clay Elec- S. Geological Survey office, Ocala, toward Brooklyn) at the rate of urday raid if it 00 desired.

obtaining deeds. April I, interest of one and one- nc Cooperative at Keystone who were in the area .last Friday three and a halt million gal- The local arrest was part of a

half per cent is charged. If taxes Heights Thursday March 27. The gathering data for a surface water Ions daily. Photo at right shows chain of seven made by federal
"We expect to start suit next featured speaker,during the after-
before I the tudy now in progress here. fast-moving! stream of water as state, arid county officers last
are not paid May ,
month on those, parcels for which neon session, will be Walter Harrison -
This much water do
a it looked last Friday about a Saturday in a crackdown on Cuba
xe have not obtained deeds" Hazed property is advertised and in order of Millen. Ga., director of
?ot to ease the anguished cries of quarter .of a mile above dam operations in the Jacksonville
said. to redeem property such advertising Region n of the National Rural
Brooklyn property owners blocking ravine between Magnolia area. A large amount of game
"Although it is possible the costs are added. Electric Cooperative Association. who have seen the level in their and Brooklyn. bling equipment and $ ,OOO in

t project might be places in the department's I When tax certificates are sold, Registration and the issuing of beautiful lake drop at least 20 cash was'seized..
ballots will start at 10 a. m. on leet. straight down, in the last When viewed Wednesday the
April bid letting,, the a 5 cent commission, plus certificate the grounds and continue provide a driveway across the, rsolated} problem, but part of a The crackdown started shortly
co-op '
things stand now 1 rather I few years. The receding shoreline water from Magnolia had reached !anne for more convenient
way the interest bid
cost and until noon. During these hours access complex watershed project, Involving after noon Saturday and some 20
is even more striking, and a point less than a quarterof to his
expect it will not. be advertised which by law is a 5 per cent'minimum property. i ground water and officers, armed with federal
music and entertainment will be surface -
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until May" Hazen said. :has left some homes, once withinntone's a mile from the dam. Al Now that there is the
is added. provided for the crowd by J. T, promise i water studies now being con- search warrants, swept into two
: throw of the beach, now though the overflow leaves Mag- if water once more '
Pollard and his orchestra.4H flowing ducted by the Florida Geological residences and a business placeat
a, s .,, 'J' I ritting! high and dry, more than nolia: through a well-defined cha. :through the ravine into BrooklynLake
/ Purvey and the U. S.
Geological Orange Park. All of the"persons -
Club demonstrations will half a mile from the water's edge. nel. which' it follows for more he would not want to
a + ;a; stand furvey in the area. .
be given as follows:. Carl Carnes, president of the than a mile with considerable m the way,of it reaching its natural Members of the Lake arrested were Negroes.The

I i How To Figure Electric Bill, Lake Brooklyn Civic Association, force; before reaching,,' the dam destination and helping re- Civic Association Brooklyn officers struck so swiftly.
meeting in the
Library by Bobby Regal; Putnam County. nad a cheerful note' about the area, the ravine widens out and sieve; the serious situation there, Keystone Heights Woman's :n the wellorganized'raiet that
1Df"i# iR Care and Use of l Electric Skillet, dam when questioned Tuesday rne water spreads over a considerable he said. I i Paturday night, heard a discussion they actually caught persons' in

by Virginia Parrish and Linda night. flat area before continuing Mr. Carnes said he has formed no ; _of the many-phased !the act:: of purchasing Cuba tickets

Gayle Green, Bradford County. "I had. Along talk with Mr. its coursidThis' .area .:roust befilld Jefinit-plan.4efr-action-trfJ} : take by a panel including problem Iii some places according to George

Week : .. 'Ca -ihir Vse ol'r cl Motors Grimes-Monday,11'said Cames': before the waters head will when and' if-the water reaches O. Vernon, assistant director Dr. Robert of C Scnurr, group Supervisor of
'and he assures me that he is reach' the dam. the Jacksonville Intelligence,Division
by Jack Strickland and An. tae dam. but said he and his com- Me Florida Geological Survey;
White of. willing to do anything we suggest ,H. E. Grimes of Jacksonville, .mttees: would do "whatever isexpedient" Rufus of the Internal Revenue Ser-
k r na Lou Alachua_County. Musgrove of the surface
.t 1tip' about the dam. He'said he would owner of the property on both to let the water:
Sees At noon a free:luncheon will be water division U. S. 'Geological
try to get'down and put some sides _of the ravine for much of vice.The
;} served, by the co-op to.all mem- through. Survey Ocala: John F. Hoffman, largest quantity of game
culvert under it in time to let the !ts distance from Magnolia to
bers and guests. the meanwhile, residents ofhe /orund water division, U. S.,Geological bling equipment was found in the
water through, but that if the Brooklyn said he constructed the
Brooklyn area were told : Survey, Gainesville and residence of Solomon )' more on
M. of
Mayor L. Beasley Key- ;
x. : / eater gets there first, we have 'lam during the drought period, fast
T Saturday night ,
Progress ; stone Heights will make the address -. they must Clarence Menke quality water I Kingsley Avenue m Orange Park
sir his permission to blow the dam when water ,
I up no was flowing take
of welcome at 1.p.'m., after with dynamite. if a long range view of their I I division, U. S. Geological Survey, Solomon's place ot business IS the
necessary. through the channel in order to
plight and
which the annual business, meeting recognize it, not as an (Continued on Page Six) Friendly Inn adjacent to his
f' ; "r l lf ,
( A F will be held. An 'amendment home.
trK tc the ''by-laws will be voted 'on I Clay ElectricAddition Schurr said that when the officers

and, three directors, all of whom I dashed into Jllmore's home

have re-nominated by their I StartedAt a Negro man rushed into another
Rains The Florida I Forest service
districts to succeed themselves: Delay Planting Operations; : headquarters in Bradford County Keystone Heights room. When the door was torced

H. H. Surrency, District 3; R. open, a woman, who claimed to be
reports the intormation
4 > R. Andrews, District 5;. Hicks following Construction started Feb. 28 ona ill, was lying in bed. The officers
woods fires and
on fought
Griffin, District 7. Berries Bloom Despite Bad Weather sup- new building at Clay Electric had another Negro woman search
in the
*= pressed ._county during the
I'y :, past seven-day Denod. Cooperative [REA], Keystone the, bed and a large batch ot
t L J2 First ComplaintIs 'Bradford County farmer were Number of fires-I. Heights which will provide space tickets was found under the cov

still playing a waiting game with been confined to Irish potatoes, Acres burned15.Number for eight offices, baths, an equip- ers.

RegisteredOn the weather this weekAnother as seed and fertilizer for other ment room, and storage room. Otherwise, Schurr said the occupants -
t of fires since Jan. 1-
There are two good reasons for 1.21 inches of rain crops had not been put in the 75 Contract price on the new struc-! had no time to hide tick.

Mrs. Edward Burns, librar Potato losses ture, which will provide 6,000 ets or gambling money. The
ground. However
Bradford ,
taking a look at our Parking Plan starting about 1 a.m. Wednesday Acres burned since: Jan. 1-486.
County Library. First, this week ian, assists teen-age patron, again flooded the ground that Had< have been heavy throughout the square feet of additional floor r.umber of tickets and money

March 16-22, is National Library Ann Mathews, In making a already reached the saturation county. In the Starke area it is ANOTHER CRASS FIREA I space, is 58960. It will be of seized has not been announced, but
wise selection of reading ma-, Off-street parking on North cement block'and brick construction Schurr guessed the books had a
Week. Secondly. March is the sec- point and delayed planting opera estimated that around 200 acres grass tire called out the
Walnut St. had its. first protest
ond anniversary of the move of terial. when Dr. H. G tions for another week or ten of seed potatoes rotted in the Starke fire dept. Tuesday afternoon sales value of J1W.OW.
Monday night
the library to larger quarters in days at least.Although ground after planting. to a field on the Edwards Ernest Tri st, the contractor Reddish was arrested at the

the old Jail building.Mrs. imately $800 to buy new books, Bollinger told the City of 426 Council N. Walnut that it was St. rainfall since January Most growers are already a road, back, of Slade's Gas plant. stated that it is expected to com- Filmore home, and later his place

Edward [Bess] Bums, repair old ones, and meet all re- causing inccnvenience to his pa- 1 has not been extremely heavya week or two,. lace "planting corn, Continued damp ,weather is keep- plete the job in 100 working days, in Starke was raided and a batch'

librarian says that children "just gular expenses. and ing the firemen inactive. around June 15. (Continued on Page Six)
;aents. Dr. Bellinger said that he ( total of 11.17 inches, about will be from three to four

pile in here after school." She The present library board appointed had not made a protest at the average for a three-month period), weeks late before they can get

added that many adults come in by Gov. LeRoy Collins, are March 4 meeting when criticismwas i! has fallen slowly permittingthe their seed in the ground now. ,.. Jo.' -':'

to get books because after seeing all from the Woman's Club. The invited by the council because
I water to sink into the ground The only bright spot on the:
some of the Quiz Shows on tele- themselves in. the fu- tt that time he did not know that
women say rather: than run off as it does in I horizon is the strawberry crop,
vision they realize that they are ture they would like to have some t would cause him any hardship.
I a quick downpour. Also contributing which the rains have not hurt, asyet
slipping behind in their own gen- men, preferably to include a law ,t was pointed out by members of to the surplus water now Plants are in fine shape and -fl '
eral knowledge and have decidedto the board. beard street there 1i dr, i
yer on Present the council that the
in the ground is the fact that the are loaded with bloom and small
do more reading. members are: Mrs.'Cora Quattle-! Has narrower than other sectionsand rains have berries. (4Ra tdaa .
come a time when
Young Gary Cole came rushingin baum chairman: Mrs. M. W. traffic was impeded by two- 4

the other day declaring that he Cressler, treasurer; and Mrs.I ride parking.Dr. trees and other vegetation were Uuless more severe cold comes .i, i-;

wanted "all the books there are Junius Smith Mrs. A. Russell' BOllinger felt that more dormant and did, not help absorb along to change the picture grow- v, .

on forestry. He wanted them to Norman, and Mrs. H. C. Ritch,' sins: and one for the driveway the water by normal growth. ers should start "scrapping" uer- _

help him earn a Boy' Scout meritbadge. members.Mrs. could be helpful to his out-of- Farmers who ordinarily start ries around April 1, and the crop

Burns and the board mem- town patients who do not see the their planting operations in late should come into peaK production tl t "

According to Mrs. Burns, the bers have fixed an attractive chil- present signs. He said. "If it is a February have found the ground about the middle ot next month. k( _
library has been growing steadily drens' room which is very popular help to the majority of people "too wet to plow"- except in the tq 'ratr

both In number of, books loaned with ,young readers, bu: so far that is the way it should be. highest spots. All low land has Signal InstalledOn

and in the number of cards issued the rocm is not completely deco- Council said more signs would be been too wet to work.

From March 1956, when the rated. Paint has been donated laced in the area. Actual loss from the ram has Blanding SpurThe
library opened in the new location,
and they hope to interest a groupof
until March 1957, books loaned Seaboard Air Line Railroad
men to do the painting. The *
totaled 5364. In the 12 months Track OfficerFirst
women plan draperies and pic- completed installation of
following to this March. 11.179
tures with a story-bock theme electric signal, lights at the spur

were Originally loaned.,, the library was'a and hope someday, to have chil- UL James K. Bloodwortn crossing on Highway 100 southof

Woman's Club'project, opening inl dren's ,furniture for the room. of Starke was appointed Monday Starke. This 'spur track serves

1935 with 1,000 books from PresenUy the books with the night as 1st Lieutenant m Co. C, the Trail Ridge llmenite mine

private library of Mrs. Jeanette: help of Miss Reba Starnes, school local National Guard Unit as east of Starke, and several fatali- -

Young the first librarian. Mrs. librarian, are being catalogued.Some Track Officer. ties have occured at this crossingin

Young continued as librarian un- will be discarded or given In civilian Hfe, LL Bloodworth recent years. f _

til her.death In 1956. At the beginning away and it is expected the library is parole officer with the iflorida The 'cost of installing signal of 3 4q [

money for running the will contain'about 5,000 books Parole Commission. He is a this type at a crossing is estimated _
when this is finished.
library came from the Woman's graduate of the University ot at'more than $12,000.
I: Tourists use the library also.
Club, the city! and rental books. Florida where he served with the :
When the Library was taken Recently Mr. and Mrs. Warren r
ROTC, and has had two periods FFA Show Steers ,
county institution; in Hansen of Athens, Ohio, were on -
over as a of active duty one as an enlisted
October 1957. it received $1,500 ,their way to Fort Myers but had v? To Be DisplayedMembers story from "My WorkBook."
man in Germany and
from the county commis- I an auto accident in the county. one Florida Products Festival Observed Several other
per year I as an officer in Korea, where he elementary grades
The city gives $37.50 per Mr Hansen was injured and is of the local chapters ,
sion. served as commanding officer of joined in the festival observance
month and the Woman's Club I still unable to travel, although of Future Farmers of Americawill

stands ready to give help when :making a good recovery. Mrs. an Infantry Company. have some of the steers they The recent statewide festivalof Florida Vegetables," m the Starke with colorful posters and other

needed but the bock rentals have l Hansen says: -.. LL _Bloodworth has been in the are entering in the Gainesville' Florida Products, saw colorful elementary school cafetonum. displays, and the elementaryschool

been discontinued. A small sum, I "I don't know what I would ,' 3 Army Reserve unit since release Steer Show'on display on the local observance when the 4h Pictured above, surromded by va- cafetonum under the direction -

about $5 a month comes in as have done without ,your library. courthouse grounds Saturday rious members ot the "vegetable of lira. Sarah Hunter,
from active duty until becoming Grades Airs. A. R. Not-
fines on over-due books. The,total You have no idea how much I morning at 10 o'ciocK. The publicis taught by kingdom," are Marilyn McCrary featured menus compri.sed'solely

yearly income is about 2000. have.enjoyed it, since my husband a member of the local Guard invited to see the steers at this an operetta "The Parade of the operetta C, ueen, and Ronnie Harper of Florida food pioducts durin

After,salary there is'left appro- [Continued on Page 6] unit Monday. time. man and'Mrs. ;& U reek presented (Johnny) who narrated toe the week.tanj observance.


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la Tie Circuit Court Of Florida of Education of Florida. upon the terms prescribed by I'a part, may be incorporated in and I II building paint buildings, purchase who are freeholders may vote at "
Eighth Judicial Circuit IB andFor NOW THEREFORE BE IT RE- the said Board of Public Instruction I published as a part of the notice! ,I necessary equipment, enlarge said bond election upon complyingwith
editorial Bradford Cossty. SOLVED by the Board of Public for the purpose of financing -''fihich said notice shall be in sub. and improve site. the requirements of subsection -
IN RE: PETITION OF GEORGE L. Instruction of Bradford County, : the cost of certain projects stantially the following form: LAWTET JR. HIGH SCHOOL (d) of Section 100.211. Florida
WILLIS for adoption of minor Florida that: for school, improvements in f.liee.at Special EUeti.. .f Freeholder -I -Henovat*< existing buildings, Statutes."
child. SECTION 1. A special electipn Js said .District: ; the. principal of o( Special Tax School paint buildings purchase neces- .SECTION !. The Supervisor of
._ .1OTiCE-APPEAR hereby ordered and called by the and interest on said bonds shall District Somber One Bradford sary equipment improve site Registration is hereby anthoriiej
An Indiyiduat TO: HOWARD DAVID ,COOPER Board of Public Instruction of Brad- be paid from a special ad'a- Count- .Florida To DetctmlaeVfiethfr construct new cafeteria and and .directed to make up and certify -
pBligqtionMayor ( JR".whose residence and address Is for County Florida to be held in lorem tax levied on all taxable \ the Board of Public Is-! construct new classrooms. a list of all qualified reregistered
, jt t t h f unknown. ,. Special Tax School District Number property in' said District and MrurMoB ol Bradford County fort STARKE ELEMENTARYSCHOOLConstruct : electors residing in said Dis-
w. T. Jacltson and the' city police aremaking You are hereby notified that a One in said County on the Uth for the prompt payment of the and, pn BfUalf of Special Tax new library.; trict who are freeholder and entitled
petition has been filed in.the above day of April 1958 .to determine paid principal and interest: the School' District Snmher Oar .f I BRADFORD COUNTY HIGH to vote In said special elec
.a1 drive against the illegal sale of intoxi- style court by GEORGE L. WILLIS, .whether the Board' for and on behalf full faith and credit of said Bradford County Shall Issue. SCHOOL-Construct new audi tion. A certified copy of such list
for the adoption of MARY LOU of said District, shall issue Special Tax School Pistrlct Number Bond of Said District Maturing I torium. 'shall be furnished to the inspectorsand
cating liquors the city.: Both bonded whiskey ELIZABETH COOPER, a minor by serial boqds in the principal One shall ba pledged. Serially! from 1059 to 1078. 1i- NEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL clerks of the election at each
I :and 'moonshine '(some of the latter pretty dirty- the petitioner GEORGE L. WILLIS, amount of $450.000.00., bearing interest FOR PONDS cln'olve. Erect new school in or near place where the votes are to be
and you are required to serve a at a rate or rates not in excess ___AGAINST BOXDS Notice is hereby given that II'' Starke to include six (6) classrooms cast at said election and a certified
looking stuff) are involved. ,copy of your' answer or objections of six per cent per annum, Instruction to Voters: If you are special election will be held in cafeteria and offices. copy of such list shall be filed and
: to show cause why said petition such rate or rates of interest to in favor of the issuance of the Special Tax School District Number R.J.E. HIGH SCHOOL. Starke- preserved among the records of this
r -Th -lawa-of the city make the "intent to sell" should not be granted on petitipn- be determined upon the par valueof bonds place an "X" mark in the One of Bradford County. Florida Construct five (5) classrooms. Board '
illegal: Such being the irIs er's attorney. Green & Green, whose said bonds and to mature serially space to the left of the words ANDERSON- JUNIOR HIGH SECTION 10. This Resolution
j&u'chlJcjtf6rs' case at:
address Is 209 Temple Ave.. Starke. in annual installments from 1959, "For Bonds SCHOOL. Lawtey-Construct new shall be published In full by .the
: upI to- the citizens as well: as the Mayor and 'law. Florida and file the original in to 1973 .both inclusive. Said bonds If you are not in favor of the City Hall, Lawtey. & cafetorinm. Superintendent of Public Instruction
the office of the Clerk'of the Cir- shall be dated May 1. 1958, and issuance of the bonds place an Courthouse. Starke. for North Said bonds shall be dated the ,, once a week for five.(5) *" -
1 'enforcing. officers to back up the law. If any cuit Court on or before the day shall be issued for the purpose of "\' mark In the space to the South' Starke. Graham. 1st day of May 1958 and shall bear I FE'l'UtlVeweeks in the Bradford
law i is not to the liking of the people, they have of April. 1958.:4reln financing the cost of the school left of the words "Against Rivers Service Station Brooker. Interest from the date thereof un-I County Telegraph, a newspaper of
: fail not or a decree Community Center i in Special Tax
pro projects as previously described in Bonds. til paid at a rate not toexceed general circulation
: the legal right to make an effort, in the' democratic conjesso will be entered against the preamble of this resolution.Said SECTION 7. The Superintendentof City Han, Hampton. Theressa. I per cent per annum payable semiannually I School District Number One. Bradford .
" ;you, bonds shall be in the denomi- Public Instruction is hereby Community Center, on the 1st day of May and County, Florida the first publicatlon -
to that law But
have changed. Ri\er.
way, as \Vitneas my hand And seal of nation ef.$1,000.00. each and maybe authorized and ,* ected to have School uilding., New i November of each year and shall i i thereof shall be not less
; long as it* is: on the 'statute books, it should be said court ? in ..$tark<..,, Bradford callable ten years from the date of printed on plan :white paper a on the 19th witty day a of resolution April 1958.pass in be in the denomination of $1000.I than thirty (CO days prior to said
CountyFMrida thiM, day of March i issuance and on any interest pay- sufficient number of the aforesaid accordance each; said bonds shall be callableten election This Resolution shall: be
: obeyed. The Mayor: the City Council and the 1958. :t---.f. ..1, : \.; Weatdate thereafter upon the paper ballots and deliver them to ed and adopted Instruction by the of Board Bradford of years from date of issuance published as a part of the notice of
terms-i, .1111. here. after provided by the inspectors and clerks on or Public thereof terms prescribed by I 1 said special election as authorized
: police should,have the ,cooperation of every citi- (OFFICIAL SEAL) the..Board. Said special election before the date and time for opening County Florida on the 8th whetherthe day of said Board and shall mature serially ,Iby II Sections 2SS.38 and %36.3'. Flor-
-zed;; in the furtherance of their efforts to curb CIJARLES. A. DARBY. shall: be field in accordance with the polls for such election. }March 1938 to determine in annual installments on the;
A of.Bradford
-of Instruction
j Clerk. said Circuit Court Board of Public tdlcT\ONV
I resolution! or
apd under the requirements of SECTION 8. The superintendentof of May from 1939: to 1973, All
let day
the illegal sale of whiskey here. By llariaft L.: Crosby Deputy Clerk $ ctloq .17. Article XII, FloridConstitution. :; Public Instruction shall publisha County, Florida for and both inclusive. i II orders as the same may be in con-
; 3".41 '& 1 Tax Schools,
Ht behalf Special
I'' -II. on hereby repealed
notice of the election hereby herewith are
With citizenship whether it be acquired j One of Bradford All duly qualified electors of fIlet
: our Court SECTION 2. The Re-registration called in the Bradford County Telegraph District Number ] District Number I and this Resolution sha.ll take e-
School ,
.' Coontx.- Judge's Of County shall issue serial bonds in Special Tax adoption.
e by birth naturalization we .accept the principle Books for.said special electionwill a newspaper of general circulation feet Immediately 'upon' Us
or who
County are
O'OO.OO. Bradford
Bra4'o? .IIt. ..li'1''rlda. be clo.'ea oa March 14. 1958;.which in Special Tax School District the principal amount o( $ One of I OF PUBLIC t. STRUCTIOXIf
: ( 'of the will .of the majority, and laws, made IN RgrF. teRof 1t at$>J>, .EDWARD 14,JIM, JOHNWHELAN faJd.'date is not less than fourteen Number One, Bradford County for the following purposes; I.['freeholders in and the who special have re-regs-been reregistered i BOARD( Bradford County. Florida
the.votes'pf the people their wishes. lso., days prior, to the election. ".- Florida. Raid notice shall be BROOKER JUNIOR IHGI! !i tration of freeholders previouslyI D. W. Starling
by represent # known as .ED- Renovate existing :
: .SECTION: 3. The special election published at least once each week SCHOOL bond election shall be ATTEST: +
WARd I said
: -Therefore, it follows .that all laws are to be j.; )- CREDITQItS, pleased.NOTIGftiTO hereby'. called to. be held on the for five consecutive weeks with the buildings, paint buildings purchase -I I I entitled for to vote on the question of H. p, organ, Superintendent Bradford ofPubjc
19th. day of April 1958:; shall be equipment and
first publication thereof to be not necessary
: "'- not j just the that to' the All cceJftors.ot\ thei '14.ecf\f Edward held I the issuance of said bonds, provld-
obeyed ones appeal John..Wlielan., .deceased, 'areberebyl.notlied .City.at, ;Hall. Lawtey. date less than of said thirty special days election.prior to This the, improve site.HAMPTON ELEMENTARY I I I I ed, however, that in any the qualified District County, Florida 3/n 5t C/IO
individual taste. ; ;. a required to Courthouse Starke. for North & Resolution of which this notice Is I SCHOOL Renovate existing electors residing
: file any' *Ip\sllor, ;, demands which South Starke .
There is no law in the City of Starke that for-
they may. have agaiD t.f aid estate, Rivers! Service! Station. Graham.
: bids the drinking or Serving in the home of intoxicating L Brad the offlee.ef thq Cqustjr Judgeof Community .Center. Erooker.
.County,. Florjda. in -Use .
beverages. But aside from the moralissues" oourthfl"sp. t6tark.e. JFiqrida., 'I1it,. CommunityCegter: Theressa.
in eight,ralendAr..mon! _..from., the School,-Building, New River.
: such' is
involved if to be done the least
date .the.tJr ;1 blicatiDnrQf.. this ;In.,1ha'ent.. ,the polling- places
: responsibility:: the individual can' show'to his notice.) Each clainv..or,,demand.must, hereby,.designated be not available
be.:: in ,writing ,s must 5 LB. CTN.
: u4 .qtate the ,
for use for any cause\ on the date MIXED
community is to make his purchases where it is place or-, resitenreandpoet..offics fixed,;<0r said i election, the' Boardof GRADE "A" FROZEN
: legal to do and not where will the address, ..0t..tM.cJa.lma.n.t? mueC Public Instruction of Bradford
so. :
encourage. be 8Wttrnito, ,by the. ; ni* Co.nnty. does ..hereby. reserve the
: breaking of,a l law.. -.'. agent.JOT..his attorney, or.lt will be., right to forthwith designate another -
cvDvojd raQc; rdlne',to law. and
Those 'citizens ..who persist in making illegal /sEV. XYJf E. VV'HELANVrajrlx ,

: purchases make it profitable ifor' .the.lA 'violatdt;: ...d"1 jO.!n1 i l\I e..5state.of wj\\.i'W-iU Ed..ardJpbn.Annexe designated respectively as to inspectors conduct and said clerks elec- dryer Pars : 129

not only encouraging hint to ) vtpilyreak I ltihelan.deceaedSW,.u i''i'- tion: '
IIaltifiiKSyiEhtadttbrney, for Aat Lawtey Mrs. Fred Moore, Clerk
: the law} buf alsbrehcouragftig''ftftlivJbl! Uo il"l f-. t n'lica4io', -AaaF Mrs. Hubert Priest and Mrs. Wilma

other I Ijjw? fian" endless chdinl' ''f!" 'ieii i1'rti(: Ii;t 19! .::;8t",d i,A- \ February 2/27:.d tSl 27.28 Wainwright t Starke-A. L.Inspectors Crosby Clerk; Sarah I,.

}Ii. '" t -.t
-:1' Hunter and Louise Tenley, In-
ID The County; Jadre's Court Of spectors. :
:: Your CooperaforiAnotKer e' h irgttord c.t.at"tJ.1orlda., u'1' n Graham Clarence J. Frazier,
PrIv11e.wJliien ILSiprHbatgruut. I'I\.r.t Clerk John.A J. McKinney and
lnstanxte'where the canctioperatewibh INjEDi" ...of Bt'ssleYasdln, Inspectors. .
j ; ARD,4oJ!! WHEI.AN: also t Hampton-William H. Maxwell
I law enforcemenfr'&fffcialsVtd') ( 'tli h knowptpsl.EXWARD'Ji i ,-WHELAN, Clerk; Frank L. Williams and M CAP'N. JOHN'S READY TO FRY BREADED
Decrasedn, ,. ,. ," M. Matchett, Inspectors.
; : N ; \
J benefit of- concerned, : was b'r 'ud t't6 Ou4'J 1 it= "4 ljfTiCE OF PROBATE New River-Reddish Andrews,

terition last week.-following theiubKcat6n'6f) ) ;[ ait i ieditorial TO ALU(pfiRpON8! rINTERESTEDIN. Clerk;, Winnie Mae Andrews and
; ..THE, ESTATN'.OF' AID, DES Agnes Johns Inspectors. .
l on the enforcement;: df iti ordinance's" 1 CF.PF. .. .,' 'L.! tTheressa-Mrs. J. D. Griffis,
governing the. licensing and i issuing "of.'lpenntts' .Tort,.are hereby notified that a Clerk; Virginia Dryden. Merle L.
wrlttefl,, intitrum nt purporting >to, be Packham, Inspectors. OZ PKG.
e tq persons taking orders and s'oliditmg'Tjt&in&l'4' \\! tJ\s r JUt ljt Will .and Tefitacptint,of <" Geden.t) .h: ?,beta, admitted,,to. pro-i, Melba H. Green and Lucille T. Haz-
from house; to house in competition'1''with''l&ealmerchants' '' l oo.te-.I. .. this Court.. You are: hereby, en, Inspectors.In 59J
: t'r! -'i: j.n \* i Mi)I 'Miti! ; cqmman'di' withtn 6lx.calendar,' < the event any inspector or
inpntjjs .from the,.date of. the first clerk, so named, is unable to serve
It was pointed out, that the police are attempting pufcfe-Won} of thispMica to-,appintkht as such, the Board. of Public Instruction -
reserves the right to ap-
,uurt and.shovr :au.if anytf
to enforce"these brfmancesVtb'' best"tJf why fps ftnnft. this Court in admitting point a substitute or substitutes.

their ability; but' are handicapped their efforts ,.$lId..W1II...to,probate should The their inspectors returns and to. clerk said shall Board make im-
not stand unrevoked.
by lack of cooperation on the part of the public. First Publication, February, 27, mediately after the special elec-

I' Every time a solicitor confes \to' the door of.a. 1958.(COUNTY JI'i GE'S COURT SEAL) tion.SECTION 5J; The polls w1I1..be

: home the person 1 being asked!if or business should THEPvON A. YAWN of open said.at voting'special places election on from the date 7:00 Waxed Paper Foremost French

I immediately request to see the credentials of the COUNTY JUDGE'u A.M. until 7:00 P.M. on. the same

: salesman" or' oro r-t ker. If'the' solicitor' does 2127{ 4t220XOTICE | date.electors Only residing the in duly'qualified said District CUT-RITE 125 ft 29' only 49C

TO DEFEND who are freeholders and who have ICE CREAM 71' pints:
not have the required city license the .
or permit,. la Circuit r.nrt, llrnafuril ('oAnt,, been re-registered In the special
Florida re-registration previously held for
4 home-owner"ahould l refuse to do business'with ; In Oonctry :
William C. said bond election will be permittedto "
Smith. Plaintiff vs. d.'
him or 'her,-'and 'should immediately notify the Loretta E Smith. Defendant. vote In said bond election; provided Keebler Club --. .. ,- c -
Case No 12-501 however, that any qualified
police sa that'the necessary steps might be taken \etlet "q lpnear electors residing in the :District, lb box

to see that provisions of'the ordinance are com- To: ,Loretta E. Smith, whose res- who are freeholders may vote at CRACKERS 3,7c A&P
idence ,and address js: 26 Harding said bond election upon complying i .
; plied with'. ""'f"\.4t' M: \J..i Ju .** *" ', rt,Avsime. Oaklxn/New Jersey. withtthe requirement .of'snb-ecy a J. ''' "

d The person who cooperates with the police in suit You-for are divorce hereby has notified been that filed a Statutes.tion (d)' of Section100.241, Florida, GRAPEFRUIT JUICE 46; bz;
: this' manner is hot only 'protecting him'self from against you ,in ,the above named SECTION 6. The form of ballotto Krafts .
('{'Ilrt and cause and you are required be used at said special election \
J possible loss of funds, but: is also doing a service to serve a copy of your shall be in substantially the following _... "
r '
: answer or pleading to the corn form: DINNERS',7' .oz ,pk l'7c
others wfio
to might also to the : ,
jaIl .prey ,un- plaint' on the Plaintiffs AttorneyJoseph OFFICIAL BALLOT

J scrupulous solicitor.: He will also be helping toe Title: .Bujldin.K. Skipper r Jacksonville 221 Florida, Fla. Special.... Tax. School One,District Number A&P

protect his local .business men from unfair com-- and file the. onplnal in the office of BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA
: ... the .('lark of the Circuit (mire on April 19 193SShall ;
or before the. 7. day of April the Board of Public Instruction -

: Undoubtedly the police cap do a much more said 1958;_Compalnt'will otherwise the allegations be taken as of Florida, for of and Bradford. on behalf County of i LADiORESSING 63e DRIED r RAISINS, 1S0zp pkg': 29e

effective job of enforcing this ordinance'' with the confessed by TOP Special Tax School District Num-

I cooperation of the general public. .. This. noticshall: be published ber One of said County; Issue -
once each week.for four consecutive serial bonds In the
: The next time you answer! the door bell'' and weeks in the Bradford County Tele- of $450.000.00. bearing
graph. interest at a rate not to exceedsix Regular Size
; Soap
find a' stranger wanting your name of>the dotted Dated this"1 day of March, 195S., per cent per annum matur- : "Suaer.Risht"CAMAY
(OFFICIAL SEAL) ing serially from 1959 to 1978
Hnei.ask to .see hi&,pernlit or license first. That"" Charles.-Darby., both inclusive,* callable ten

;is the. only way you can.play'it' safe.Our Clerk o.f the Circuit Court.By years from the date of issuance tOe
; Marian 1...:CrosbyDeputy Clerk ... _. '" -- -- CORN BEEF 12 bz can, 33C

r. 316| it 327| ; ,,,,., -... 7

Care/ess/ Patriotism. NOTICE TO DEFEND __ _ _. .
I. Ch-talt Court Bradford County

II .The ;,flag: 01 the 'united'Sates t.and l' the State Dan Florida R.: Chiohester.la Chancery Plaintiff.;.," ._ vs. DO THECHILDREN- CGMpYv 2 for 27- Jane Parker Delicious
Rosalie! Chiche&ter. Defendant.
Flag of Florida will again fly over the courthouse. Case .No. ,,12-476
:.Members of.American Legion( > st.56have been Notice To Appear

'advocating; that local merchants and all citizens dence To: is Rosalie New York.Cbiehester-N. T.whose and whose resi- mat DotDUZ HOT CRaSS SUNS pkg sots 33c
'adirrss is P. O. Box 15K!!, Wall Street
who can, display the flag on national holidays. Station. New .York. N. Y., '
Legionnaire H. -A Jr. You are hereby notified that a suit giah box 81
: Bishop :, as county coin- for divorce .
:[?;missioner moved that the flags "be again'regular- has been filed against you in ihe

'fy! .fl wn' from the flag pole on the court house you above.,.are named.required Court to, and serve cause a copy and of Ann Page Zesty Tomato Fancy
I' your answer-or pleading to the complaint Reynolds Aluminum
I rounds .It'iS' fitting that the Legion bring.this on..the, Plaintiffs .

.t6 pur" attention for we have become careles:;' h Attorney J. Donald Gibson, 100 NEED:rI

t 9Er display of, pariotism in, this country.. There Smith l3ni11ing'Jacksonville, 9. FlorIda WRAP 25 ft 31 e KETCHUP 2 -14 oz bottles 35CDash
and file the original in the office of
)is little doubt of the ,loyalty of most of us, but the Clerk of the' -Circuit Court on 'or I

the daily reminder of-Old' Glory and' the way'oflifesh ;; before the 'Sday of March.. 1958: 1 LB CAN
,othl\Q\'ly.\ thaaiJegat(4ns( ofsakLCome.
?istads'fttl'shouldmnotibd'neglect! ( ? d.:! ',,'1I 1\\ (lIRln .,wfll be.taken. ,.confessed. EASTER

I We ihave"l1o' Jaw !1in country'that' \ forces'ttis YO'htF( C L SEALiChnrles'A. I DOG FOOD 3'' 47' lona Brand Yellow Cling Halves or

Darby... ,Clerk of the
to'at the 6r
flag 'f'
; : chee'r'f'a political figureV'tmt "
,Circuit; -("l>uTt.: /,. ,
,we should} bd.iiprdud to d m nstratjl bur belief:iii'i ''' By Marian 1.:: Crosby. Dennty Clerk -

;deinocrii ''bf='our'' wri free Tvillr '1" ';Hta' 11 i if .. ., l3Mt.20.! Shortening SLICED PEACHES 29ozcan 2Sc

'. 't. ,i < \ 'nnnlntlon Cnlllne A Sprrlal F.I
tlggi.ctttrer4lobitrs ef..vhf" .." SKOWBRIFTllbcan31 c
i .tiiect Tsc1 ,7 1i.q Duitilrktll- .sWber 8.114. t .. .
ures -v< t ill" \
of BrRyif.rl'oyafl'i, '
,, '
11. ,.' .fetnaT -
11vcs i1R/"pA I ,diit" .I.s! f .
1 M anaened male has voiced protestconcerning \ elt'1 yet etrht Itlt s.( 1Dl.ir : --
fA t\\f..I'\\ U'ttW.f.h .M l A&P Frozen Cut GreenLANE
the .so-called! s ackotf'!' : "&luniaiistylesi **-* .i.l'c ... 1..J.'w."' t.:;e
WH 5.Ae ) oarp.Qf Public I .
; that:seem determined to-transport; women11'
'Jbaclt, tothe, ':dart ages.of- the''late'1920'sas"Earl| !'I Florid adopted':0.n.hy"Resolutionv-.pasged the lpth.tday.of F.ebcq-and PARKER TENDER CAKE BEANS soz pkg 2 f for 29c
: ,
jas fashion is-concerned' :' Few; however have i ary.:JUadId. determine that serial;
bonds of sa.l4t Special Tax SchooXDistrict
;spoken as' eloquently 'as' the editorial"writer ofth$3Iontgoiriery r ,. Xujnber One..of, Bradford
ConntyJ Florida. in the ixrlneJpal..
<'(Ala:}' Advertiseri'whb said-1'* <
; amount.:'.of $150,000.00 should ba, Is-> :. Loans to
The,; new. fashions'fbi;Women' te',rep sterous sued .to. .pay for .the following. up ANGEL i
P"hopi .projects, in said Special Tax
and grotesque.. It is'beond'r1ur' c& ipreh i6n?>- I
n S'h091.18trl. t Number, One.1:, tort .
:wKy the new modelsjwduld: 'appeal to w6nien; exceptsfpj -lit< wit,;, .. ., '. .. ,

th s&:wn&:'h ve hd-'figures:. """ ," -'* RPOOKER SCHOOLi-, Renovate JUNIOR existing HIGH $$600- lOozpkgsgs&SfgBB
buld111&s.! paint buildings, purchase SPINACH 2 23c
Why should somb'nervous' little'tic of a Gaul necessary! equipment and,

wi{ : h'l'Iprovrl8It .. .
h.ir'tpjittwisFlnustaehe; be able to ela& >- ; i.- .
:auto 'sty! ;, that -'crakes! "::ooT- lithe, .: good lookiligwo : i' SCHOOL t-. Renovate existing e &BEB

iQ tn-JQtnp'; iAti a: ;sick- that hid -the- fi'gj''Fe"' 'hwq i 1 chase buildings.paint necessary"eQulpment..eD-buildings., pur.., "Folks Find Us Friendly"LOCALFINANCE. F '

ic'iltbey'diet"\ ;, nsassigey'; 1d'' 'eXercise'so1'eneh1\! ) large ..n4 improve. site. .,... ', 00.E 2ozpkgFresh ,10 c
gdi ie..1lb.'It tohptelQrfeYd; tak'i 't- .d rit !SCHOOL, .r- Renovate, existing
buildings, .paint buiJdingSv, purchase -,
Its:'ip epte. int;th'ke"seeing a. man paWIi his necessary.equipment. Jm-

Ph 'Btfia Kanr.j key'Qolifk: : .peacorlc hiatidnglhiat'tail' 1cu I:;:,i, prove'.site, ,construct Jl.ew..w&-

oft,HIt:,\ mena'Iti)gomg i fb'1drre' \\deN\1Hr'ti\I.\ rooms.te"" ;.apd, construct v- new clas- '

gllte; r, V" ; frren'tirill'i! be ryu"'litdrideiiit'i4it'f,' !fiortmvT it l S!'!"' T.T,,A J.-r.onst.n ,K E ...ELEMENTARY,.. ...w 11"+...... COMPANY for

% &$i&tMKm.ffa. with' the Russians.aftcra1L :.' BRADFORD.SCHOOL-Construct JMtKTlU new HIGH audi- LARGE ; LEMONS S: 6 19c \
: .. .' torium. i 114 N. Walnut St. i
Erect new school In or near i I !
Tw... E3RAt1FOR0'Cnh"r\jTY\ TELEGRAPH Starke to include six (6) classrooms ((3 Doors. from Post Office) RlfiG. : ,I

.. 1EST..1&:9 cafeteria and offices. ... :
: R.J.E.,HIGH ..SCHOOL.StarkeConstract. -
Phones 580 and 581 I
r WI 1 1'R I "p.OJ. '. I n'e five (i) claseraoms. .

:.( fb..+. ', .t';;Y.It JTIILISUKD. '.('o'iiX. CSLY SCHOOL. ciUotonum., Lawtey. Construct Mrs.' Marguerite Halt I DATES 12 oz pkg: 25t
if: .0\",. ,I''''' .:' .... ,' J OJ WHEREAS'the Resolution passed Manager .
'\-. ..tir'hrNnt'ITgEigAME uaTUEA ; : and adopted on..the 15th day of Y

P..IJ. ..E'tte\aI..a! : S d.\Qa Vatter February 1958., was approved by .- .. _____ ... _.u '_ '
aUt1e p.:..<' GYrtW..st ta il kc'liVdiir'Act. ; t Mae ;.1'1' !:.' th: State..Superintendent of .Public i ft -
4 .a Instruction and by the State Board



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TfTffffWfYTYTtTTYTYYWMAXVILLE visit with Mr. and Mrs. Bob Nolan last' 'Saturday.Maxville Monday in Month of April InS I ty, Florida this 2: day or }'ttruarJ'1 are freeholders and who have been electors residing! in the District I of Bradford County, Florida.D. .
which is the ,7 day of April. 1958. 1958. I re-registered in, the special re-re who are freeholders may vote at W. Starling, Chairman.
end son, Robert in Seilland, PTA Met Dated this 3 day of March, 1J58. (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) \ j gistration of freeholders previouslyheld said bond election upon complyingwith ATTEST:
Mrs. W., A. Cannon in Pafctka. The, Maxvilie PTA met last (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby Clerk of said j j for said bond election shall be the requirements of subsection 11.. P. Morgan Superintendent
Charles A. Darby Clerk of I Circuit Court. j .entitled to vote on the question of (Cd) of Section 100.241, Florida >f Public Instruction, Bradford
Mr. and Mrs.) George Johnson Wednesday, March 12 at the of Circuit Court of Bradford By Marian I* Crosby, Deputy Clerkf|I.the i issuance of said bonds, provided Statutes." County, .Florida
and family of Jacksonville spent school house. Mrs. Hobbs Duval County Florida. 227-4t-3'20| I however that any qualified BOARD OF PUPLIC INSTRUCTION' M: st 4.10
Bj Mr$. C. B. Nolan 34t
Sunday visiting with Mr. and County Health Nurse'was present -

.Vttnmm..m..ymrRlrthday Mrs. Doss Higginbotham and and showed films and talked on NOTICE --- _
NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR \ettre .f Sprrlat Election .f Freeholders -
family and Mrs. H. R. Kilgore the health of the children. It was TAX DEED of Special Tax School<< Dis
Party and family. voted to buy shrubbery and have Notice Is hereby given, that E. K. ..rIcx........ One, Bradford
Mrs. Evelyn Griffis entertainedat I Perryman the holder of the follow- CoBBty, .Florida .. DetermUe
Mr and Mrs. Tommy Smith it planted at the school to beautify ing certificates has filed said certificates Whether the Board of Public IB- For The Easiest $
her home last .
Wednesday and family of Jacksonville visited the grounds. Due to the illness for a tax deed to be issued traction of Bradford C...., for
afternoon March 12 with a birthday thereon. The certificate number and .. Behalf of SpevUI Tax
party honoring her daughter Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ear. of the president Mrs. Higdon and years of issuance the deacrin- School District<< !X.mll..r One of nr
Mosley and family Mrs. Hattie Mrs. J. D. Bell, vice president presided tlon of the property and the names Bradford Const Shall leans ,
Sara Mae on her 9th birthday. in which is was assessed are as BoBd of Said District MaturlagSerially
Nolan and Mr. and Mrs. J. D at the meeting.
follows .. I.-
: From 1959 178.
Games were played throughoutthe t
Parrish and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Bell and son Certificate .%o. zo; Year of Issuance rluxlie. You Ever Made ,
afternoon and refreshmentsof 1954. Notice is hereby given that a
Mrs. Lonnie) Harris and children Calvin of Jacksonville visited
cake and drinks were serve*! Description of property: E 440 ft of special ,election will be held in
Bobby and Judy and Mr. Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. D. SEK of SW!% of NWU Sec 25 T Special Tax School District Number -
Mrs. Joan Zagortz Sara Mae'sschool and Mrs. Lacey Brown and grand Bell and children.Mr. 5SRZE One of Bradford County Flot-
teacher also celebrated her Name In which assessed: Manuel Ida. at: GAS
birthday at the party. Enjoying son Larry Griffis of Starke carried and Mrs. George Prevatt McNeal City Hall Lawtey.Courthouse CALL SLADE Company
Lonnie Harris to an Orlando find family of Lawtey were dinner"guests All of said property being in the Starke for North &
this occasion with Sara Mae, Mrs. County of Bradford. State of Flor- South Starke.
hospital last Monday where. he of Mrs.. Ruby Durranceand .
: Rivera Service Station Graham.
Griffis and Mrs. Zagortz were ida.Unless
remained for treatment.We sons and Mrs. Dora Byrd andE. such certificate or,certl- Community Center. Erooker. and ask how regardless of _
Diane Watson Gale Caldwell ficates shall be redeemed according City Hall. Hampton. con '
Mary Ellen Miller. Betty Griffis, are sorry to learn that Mrs. C. Padgett Sunday.Mr. to law the property describedin Community Center, Theresas ,
Polly Griffis is seriously ill at her and Mrs;. Ray Pellum and such certificate or certificates School Building New River.
Karen Griffis, Helen Cannon, home here. and Mrs Don Eichelsor will be sold to the highest bidderat on the 19th day of April 1958, in
and Mr.
Helen Sweat Wanda Wilkinson son the court house door on the first accordance with a resolution pass- dition trade that old
Janet Mann. Alene Sweat, Larry Mrs. Alice North is now staying and son of Jacksonville spent Monday In Month of April 1958 ed and adopted by the Board of you can
with Mr. and Mrs. F. B. which is the 7 day of April. 1958. Public Instruction of Bradford
Caldwell, Freddie Griffis. Gerald with her son and daughter-in-law, Sunday Dated this 3 day of March, 1958. County, Florida, on the 8th day of
Rex Wilkinson Bruce Mr. and Mrs. Clarence North in Coleman and family. (OFFICIAL. SEAL) March. 1958 to determine whetherthe Ti
Griffis ,
Miss Evelyn Coleman spent last Charles A. Darby, Clerk of Board of Public Instruction of in on a beautiful new Automatic -
Jacksonville while she Is
Cannon. Nathan Cannon Terry of Circuit Court of Bradford Bradford County Florida, for and range ,
Cannon, Ronnie Cannon and Mesdames medical treatment. weekend in Jacksonville visiting County, Florida. on behalf of Special,Tax School Dis-
her brother-in-law and sister 3/C 4t 3/27 trict Number One of Bradford
N. L. Cannon, Bootsle Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Cable of with County shall issue serial bonds in
and Mrs. Don Eichelsor Gas and $$75
Cannon and Ed Wilkinson. Mrs. Baldwin announce the arirval of Mr. NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR the principal amount of $450,000.- Range get
00 for the following :
and son. TAX DEED purposes
Griffis was assisted in entertaining a 6 lb. son born last Sunday,
to learn that Bud- Notice Is hereby given that T.
by Mrs. N. L. Cannon.Mr. March 9. Mr. and Mrs. Cable We are sorry W. Tatum the holder of the follow. SCHOOL Renovate exlslting
and Mrs. Lewis Conner and have been teaching at the Bald- dy Browning has beensuffering ing ,certificates has filed said cer. buildings", paint buildings pur- : for it. t '
severely from an infected leg. titivates for a tax deed to be issued chase necessary equipment and t.5.; ;
sons, Rex and .Ray of Bryceville win High School for the last three Browning thereon. The certificate numbers Improve. site. ,,
H. L. :
and Mrs.
were dinner guests of Mrs. Evelvr. years. and years of issuance the descrip-
spent Sunday in Jacksonville tion of the property and the namesIn SCHOOL 'Renovate existing
Griff .and daughter and Mrs. Faith buildings, paint buildings, -
Mrs. R. Doody who with Mr. and Mrs. M. C. which Is was assessed are as purchase
Sarah Jane Griffis on Sunday. visiting follows: necessary equipment, enlarge -
1 taught at Baldwin until the
Browning and daughter. Vivian. Certificate No. 41; Year of Issuance and improve site.
Mr. and Mrs. Erb of Jacksonville Christmas holidays and her hus- superintendent I 1955 LAWTEY: JUNIOR: HIGH ru.

visited with Mrs. Sarah Jane band are also the proud parentsof Mr. Ish Brant visitor Description of Property: 1 lot lyingin SCHOOL Renovate"b lidlng"8'exfstin.. aanu..n.oo.. ..."",...
.f Instruction was ,
paint -
Public purchase
Gnus and Mrs. Evelyn Griffis 0 n- SW% of NW%; of SWU 100 ft.
a little girl. Maxvilie School last Tues- N&S ,by50ft.E&WasDese. necessary equipment, improve rW
and daughter Sunday afternoon.Mrs. Coach and Mrs. Harold J. at the In DD Bk. 71 page 215 Sec. 22 site, construct new cafe- S
day afternoon. teria and construct 'new class-
Waver Griffis entered the TSS.P..22E.
Avinger also had a little boy born Little Sammy Midyette Jr. is a Name in which assessed: Frank rooms. ,, : 'i
radford, County hospital Monday Ward. STARKE ELEMENTARY: I% ,
last week. The school populationis Bradford County ,
at the
patient SCHOOL- Construct new library. =
for surgery. We hope she will o All of said property being in the :
really increasing.We I Hospital in Starke suffering from County of Bradford, State of Flor- BRADFORD COUNTY HIGH l
have a speedy recovery and be I SCHOOL Construct new audi-
to hear that Mrs. injuries received when
tome soon. are sorry internal ida.Unless such certificate or certificates torium.
Mary Welhausen is on the sick bis':father Sammy Midyette Sr. shall be redeemed accord- NEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL- 1
Mr.. and Mrs. Leonard Prevatt --- -- Erect new school in or near
at hishome to law the describedin
-- - backed over him ing property
list again this week. accidently
Starke to Include six & classrooms
and children of Lawtey visited evening. such certificate or certificates ( ) ,
here last Tuesday wiU be sold the bidderat cafeteria and offices.
to highest
Miss Patricia Owens is able to
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ernest P..J.E. HIGH
---ix.. and Mrs. Earl Wilkinsonand the court house door on the first SCHOOL Starke -
Wellahusen and family. be up and out again after a recent visited Monday In Month of April 195S. Construct five ((5) classrooms. ac
Mrs. Ernest Wellahusen and illness. family of Jacksonville which U the 7 day, of April. 1958. ANDERSON: JUNIOR: HIGH
with Mr. and,Mrs. Drew Wilkinson Dated this 3 day of March 1958. SCHOOL. Lawtey Constructnew
baby son returned home from the Mrs. Bill Roberson and daugh- Earl and his fam- (OFFICIAL SEAL) cafetorium.Said .
last Friday. Charles A. Darby. Clerk of bonds shall be dated th e
ter Marsha of Live
Bradford County hospital last Oak are
ily have recently moved out, to of Circuit Court of Bradford 1st day of May, 1958 and shall
Wednesday.The spending this week with her mo- Park'section in Jack- County, Florida. bear interest from the date ," f
the Panama thereof until paid at a rate nol
ther. Mrs. Dorothy Waters and 3/< 4t 3/27
Baldwin Indian baseball sonville. Mr. and Mrs. Drew Wil- to exceed six per cent per an-
ttam opened their first game of family.Ed Saturday and Sun- num payable semi-annually on For Clean, Fast, Economical
kinson IB The Circuit Court Of The Eighth the 1st day of May and Novem
the season with a game Tuesday and John Waters visited in day with them. JidlrUl fin-alt Of Florida In A.d ber of each year, and shall bin .. _
afternoon in Macclenny with the Live Oak Sunday with Mr. and suffering Fr Bradford fo..ty. la Ch.f'rr.Case the denomination of $1,000. g Cooking, you just CAN'TBEAT
Ben Higginbotham is No. each .
12-497 ; said bonds shall be call '
lUbault High School team of Mrs. Bill Roberson and daughter,
whichhe IN Re of DONALD able
from a badly injured leg Adoption : years from date of is GAS. You can'tafford
Jacksonville. On Friday they will and in Jacksonville with Mr. and to the bone with BERT. ROBERTSON and MELVIN suance thereof upon terms prescribed V--
accidently cut WARREN ROBERTSON JR. Minor by said Board and shall
play Andrew Jackson High Schoolat Bud Waters and family.
c, knife last _Saturday. Children By:, RUSSELL ALBERT mature serially In annual installments to turn down an offer
Brentwood. We wish this team Jewel North, Becky Higdon, EBERLE Their Step-Father. on the 1st day 01!t
good luck. Buck Wellahausen and The Baldwin PTA meeting will ORDER OF PUBLICATION AND May from 1J5J to 1978 both in- .
Bonnie Padgett and Shirley Hig- like this! '
the Baldwin school NOTICE TO DEFEND
be held at
Billy Nolan are the only two Max- ginbotham joined in with the G. 27 PO: Melvin Warren Robertson. Sr. duly qualified electors ol
vile boys playing on the team. A. A. girls at the Baldwin school next Thursday evening March Clark Boarding House Bainbridge Special Tax School District Num
at 8. All parents are urged to at- 'Georgia. ber One of Bradford County wh .
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Nolan and last Saturday and washed cars. You are hereby' notified that a ,

son Bobby were business visitors They are going to wash cars again tend., petition has been filed in the above .J :
in Orlando,last Thursday and en- in a couple of weeks so bear The members of the Home De- styled court by Russell Albert Eberle Plumbing! ; At

route home they stopped for a i this in,mind, any of you that monstration Club ,plan to make for Robertson the adoption and Melvin of Warren Donald Robertson. Bert- I t ". t l.:cs.I ',. Its Best -

want to get your cars washed. dresses either before the April Jr., minor children, by the peti- I.i AH TypesEconomical Use that old range as a $75.00down payment on a
I meeting and model them at the tioner and step-father of Raid minor t __
FOR DEPENDABLE There were 106 present at the children Russell Albert Eberle, and _
Maxville meeting or to buy a pattern and you are hereby summoned ordered __
Baptist Sunday
the material and be ready to start and rquired to file your answer or ( Prices New Automatic Gas Range fromSLADE
last Sunday morning. We are gladto defense to the petition in said causeIn
the meeting on
them at
1 Termite Control see the old attendance'coming on the office of the undersigned rlerk
1: April 9. We urge all ladies to.take of said court, at Starke, Bradford
back At the evening services Installation and Service
up. County, Florida on or before the
Household ft: ,Commercial I Sunday night. Rev. George Pre- part in this project. 28th day of March. 1958, and to serve Of AU Types

PMt Control ve.ttof, Lawtey delivered the mes copy Jr., petitioner's thereof on attorney Theron, A.whose Yawn ad-', Plumbing & Heating GAS CO.NEXT

I. The Court .f Ik*' County Judge dress is: Post Office Drawer 791,
Grove Spraying sage.Don't forget Choir Practice. Bradford C..t. Florida. Starke Florida on or before said date
In Prehate. and to show cause on or before GNANNPLUMBING
every Tuesday night at 7:30: at In re: Estate of Della Catherine said date, why said petition should .
CU1FB. e0ifl the Maxvilie Baptist Church Hoover, Deceased.To not be granted', all as required by
aid Pr oa Hav
All rrrdltom the Laws of Florida and the Florida
The Annual Banquet of the lug Galen .r DtmMt Af lm.t Rules of Civil Procedure. If you
Florida Peat Control FFA and the FHA will be held at Said Entatei fail to do so a Decree Pro Confesso 118 Court Street
You and each of you are hereby will be entered for the ,
against PHONE
this Friday you 514-J
Baldwin school
the gym
& Chemical Co. notified and required to 'present relief demanded in the petition.
night. March 21 at 8. any claims and demands which you, This notice shall be
M N. W. 16th Ave Mr. and Mrs. Bud Waters and or either estate of of you Della may Catherine have againstthe Hoover week for four consecutive weeksin Night CaD Collect 2S96 --

visited with late of said County the Bradford County Telegraph. Heights
Gainesville: Florida family of Jacksonville ;Deceased Bradford Witness my hand and the seal of Keystone
I Mrs. Dorothy Waters and family to County the County Florida Judge, at his of office In said Court at Starke, Bradford Coun.

'WA court house of. said County- .t
I Starke.: Florida, within eight calendar .. "
months from the time of the -
Mary Carter Says: first publication of this notice.
Each claim or demand shall be In I
writing, and shall state the placeof .
PAINT NOW FOR HALF PRICE residence and post office addressof -
the claimant and shall be swornto
by the claimant his agent or "
only 4.98 per gal. 2D FREE I maned attorney not, and so any filed such shall claim be void.or de-

up GAL. s/ Edna Wallace. ,
As administratrix of the Estateof
PAINT STORE Della Catherine Hoover de-
MARY CARTER ceased.. -

First publication March 13. 1)58.

501 N; W. 8th Ave. Gainesville FR 67588Swti I-if 8/1S 4t 4/3

Electrical work including lights GET READY FOR THESEALTEST
and sufficient power to operate .
grading and cooling machines,
On These wells, etc. and plumbing work to ...
J take care of needed repairs according -
to lay-out by owner, for Starke
State Farmers Market. Starke. Fla. Bell RINGER
For details write State Farmers'
4 Handsome Markets. Box 1191; Winter Haven,
Fla., Phone CY 3-J189.
3/13 2t 3-20


la Circuit_ :NOTICE Cmmrt TO Bradford DEFEND CoaBty, THE SEALTEST BELL RINGERS will be ringing door

Plarldsi !a Clla...".
Platform Rockers Thomas O'Hara. Plaintiff, vs. Mildred bells all over town
L. O'Hara, Defendant.
,Case No. 12-500
K..lr* T. A' ear '
To: Mildred I.. O'Hara, whose residence WED. MARCH 26 & THUR. MARCH 27
and address is: Unknown.You ,
are hereby notified that a

Reg. 25.95 bat suit been for filed Divorce against you tn the WIN Homes visited that have a full or partially full pint or
> above named Court and cans* and
Ton are required to serve a the copy of half-gallon of Seal test Ice Cream or Ice Milk will receive
your answer or pleading to com

la'td ors, e plaint Lloyd on Bass the,. 210 p&inttffs Clark Building Attorney, a Coupon good at any Sealtest Dealer for a
,NYLON Jacksonville 2 Floridaand ;
t file the orlcinalln the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court OB or
k 2 7 day of April 1951: :.
otherwise the allegations of laid '
Complaint will be taken U confessed 'l
EASY TOCLEAN by yon. For Each One On Hand.
This noUce snail be puonsntt
> ones each week for four consecutive
t t weeks la th* Bradford' County Telegraph. '''1

Dated. this 27 day of February, So Stock-Up Now! Yours May Be One Of The

t t t 1958. ,
.a ;,k3. Y Official Seal) Charles A.- Darby,
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
8, '. t Py Marian I. Crosby Deputy Clerk. Sealtest
3/6 4t, S/r Homes Visited By The Bell Ringers


Notice is hereby TAX DEED given that E. K. *
I M Perryman the holder of the following -
'certificates has filed said certificates .
for a tax deed to be issued Ice Cream
thereon., The certificate number: You can win an extra half-gallon of Sealtest Ice Cream
95 and years of Issuance the descrip-
tion of the property, and the names: if have of Sealtest Milk
two half-gallon
or one
In which is war assessed are &I you :

iium 1 1IURT i9 follows Certificate:, No. (7; Tear of Issuance i ., ". in your refrigerator! The Seal test Bell Ringer will give

1)55.Description of Property: 11.4 A 1n '., you a ticket good for one-half gallon of Sealteat Ice

SE Corner of SEA of NW% & N I "J I .ot.
320 ft of NEK of SWK ex 3. lots I Cream.
to Robert, J. Dodd, $ec.. 13,"T I '

_ Name SRZE In which assessed:,. Fred S.Dodd. .

FURNITURE CO. All. of said property 0 being In the
County of Bradford State of Flor-.

ida.Unless shall such be certificate redeemed or accordIng certificates -- SO, -.: GET 11, BEST -- GET SEAL TEST MILK AND ICE CREAM !

PHONE 70 -STARKE FLA. to law the property describedIn '
such..certificate or certificates I I
will be sold to the highest bidderat
the court boos door oa Uu> first

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; SweeneyrMannEngagement this notice, the fictitious name of.Lawtejr, Florida.
I : Miss Joann Slade, Bri'de-elec Qf Jtjne, Glenda Faye Johnson Ikk's >up>motive, .under which wear Dated this 13th day of Man-It,
.. engaged la business on. mile _'.D, 1957, at :';tarkel..adford,
Tpld !HpnqreU At Tea Sunday, And Kitchen ShowerMiss Weds James A.; Green -iouth (,f' kawtejPla.. on U. S. County Flor.da. '1 'u 4t 4,3

.. Highway 301.
Joanne Slade, whose marliage Mrs. J. R. Wainwright, Mrs. In Palatka Church ,Estes George(,ro-owcers J. Estea P.and O.Bethjia os 3A.M.

: to John Charles Sawyer of Charles Darby-, Mrs.-'J."W. Kin-I ... > Profit Sharing
I : Coral Gables will, be an event j>f'!' caid. Mrs: Sarah Uunter, and Mrs. r---: '" I -

: June II, was honored at tWQ lovely M w. Cressler. ,. ,j.-i -

r '. 'parties overt!the weekend.' -1 The hostesses' presented the S DAE'IC
; .rwJ dyi Mooty .1.1L ,
.-_-_-__- ___. -- _- ___-I--. On'Sund y afternoon Mrs. honoree. with-a giftin silver as a : FL': '
: bert Hitch Mrs.-L.-D.;: Vinhig and memento of the occasion. tSTARKE FLA.j
;Woman's Club l Holds Third Annual 1 Prpgram r .Mrs: :R: P. Demorest entertainedat About 50 friends of the honoree .a __

tin' Observance a tea for Miss Slade at, the called during the appointed hours. Sc '9S sux., 'MON'; TOES
OF Youth '
Recognition Week home of' the' latter 26S Part])-'4 '
.... tQ. 5:30. March 23, 2-1. 25
Youth Recognition Day was observed highest score of any F. P. A. Jqd- Beautiful arrangements of
pink; Mrs. M. F:: Brown; Mrs. C. L.
at: the March meeting of I ing team at the Florida State I" end white gladioli, stock and; Scholl, and Mrs. W. B. S well Oregon PassageWith
the' 'Starke Woman's Club on Fair last month. ; I fzaleas John Ericson and Lola
were placed at vantage l
1 were hostesses'at kitchen-gadget -
I r.M ; '
-Wednesday afternoon of last t .1 -- .
i Preceding the program, Mrs. A. : 'points throughout the' home' :. Th? week at the club house with the iI i- *
,Youth Rufsell', Norman.! ; ; president i pif.- tea table was' lovely with an im-i 524 N, Walnut street Monday AndRockabilly
% Conservation.f ,Department Med over the business meeting. }t.; ported Point de Venice cloth and!I : evening honoring Miss Slade. "
I Baby
of rdta
thfr inj charge Mrs. Dave iWi t
; Mrs. O. 'E.: : ; centered with an antique silver 1
Crosby E. N. \ Tbf of the Sewell
party Toqms
Paulk l With Virginia Field and DouglasKennedy
> if fiainnait.. : ahd ;Mrs. R. R.Andrews Hughes! Mrs, Charles Schmitt. i bowl holding an arrangement of hcme were beautiful with arrangements J

; co-chairman, presented ind Mrs. S. A.'Weldon Pink Rapture roses pint stock
v/ere'voted t ;of white chrysanthe- JI
j the' third annual'program!. into the club as new members at and! white azaleas. :This waf I munis: azaleas, and yellow daf-I, ic'; Plus Color Cartoon for Children I

A $25 savings bond wa pre- this time. Mrs. C. L. Scholl. on flanked by lour'low silver candle- lodils. Suspended over the fireplace W d., Thur. March 26, 27 COMING SOONIN
certed to Miss Sylvia Paulk behalf of the' I ISirs. J holders ''with burning L
as Heart A..cn.; ; thanked ,11 ( sweet-pink' in the living room was a DOUBLE FEATURE -
[.the Bradford High School senior Mis. James Lewis of the Health tapers. AU appointments 'on the watering can decorated with white I

fvhc' has done, most in the field Dent and hr 'committees for table were of silver; ,On'the buffet'was ,- tulle .and bows and 'satin leaves, Footsteps, In The NightWith STARKE!

rof service!; to church, community,,! fheir -solenoid work during the i : 1 i a small Victorian arrangement -!with,a wide satin ruffle around :Miss Glenda Faye Johnson. Bill Elliott and MeanoreTaiiin ..I

:'bund''u'chosttl by the executive!' reminded naemfcers that annmq Michael: Charles Sweeney' and? pods pf tfnk grapes' and poured white satin ribbons to 'A. Johnson of Lake Butler, AND

to2rd of the VV man' Club andD.nted reports wjlj\ 'be1 read: at the' next of,Gainesville formerly of Hamp--.flanked on -either side by- three- which were tied the shower gifts! became the bride of James A The Hard Man

i by Mrs.-J. W Kincaid. I' meelin-r. Mr ". Wl' H. Nollniari ton, announces the engagement of I branched silver candelabra hold-- The dining 'room table was Green, son of Mr. and Mrs. Adam With

\PaulkVopened: ] the program gave the devotional. her daughter'Constance Cora tof!ing burning pink candles. beautiful with a yellow damask Green of Starke. on' Saturday Guy Madison ..

fcy'pointing cut the-diff ence.Inthewav During the social hour i following Raymond: Olin! Mann. Jr., son ,of" Greeting guests at the door -cloth, and centered -with a brown' evening March' 8. at 8 o'clock in Plus Color Cartoon

Youth. Week is
in Russia and In this'country. and guests were invited into the Lake Geneva. t The receiving line composed of bronze chrysanthemums with latk Rev.'W: F. Oddy performedthE DOUBLE FEATURE -

''AH entertainment was bv BHS "wr.ronm where refreshments were be 'Mrs. Demorset' ,. Miss. Slade.' her i plashes of white' azaleas combined ; : ceremony In the presence of

firptorswho:;: have been utstand- I served from a beautifully ap- ced Wedding at later plans date.will announ-' mpther, Mr T. H. Slade, Sr.. anMrs. 'with fruit and vegetables.This the immediate families. Chief Crazy Horse

I ir.s In the three fields of sen-ire. nointed tea table. The table was a A. C. Sawyer.jSr. of CoralGables l "was flanked by individual The altar of the church was IX TECHNICOLOR

The Starke t ,Chapter FFA StringBancE I overlaid! with a lovely'' cutwork t.cin front of'thC fireplace baked f bean bowls holding yellow decorated with tall baskets of With Victor a Mature, Suzan Ball

which" was winner for the I cloth and centered with a" longarrangement Birthdays Observed where the mantel was lovely candles. ,All! other arrangements white gladioli and chrysanthemums John Lund

Noiith Central''Florida- dtetrirtcompftitfon1 with 'an/arrangement of :white in with fern against ,
MO( l'm 'of yellow I During .Past Week the. dining room further carried interspersed AND .
last "year: plaved at 1pdirrll and white "pompoms. This and pink;azaleas and pink 'gladi- out the kitchen-gadget motif. 3 background of palms. Bonzo Goes to %

the eg1nnhxgmnd' the eiiid of the WAR flanked by threebranchedsilver With Lovely Partiesv At' either end Qf the mantel !fti'Sh des 'of yellow and white., Mrs. E. A. Ray. organist rendered College 20

program. Members' th'e\ band --candelabra holding burning silver candle holders with The hostesses presented the nuptial 'music.Given t Maureen: O'Snlllvan, Edmund 90

are: Jam'ei cOW rt: cirlt r; Jim- i white ta oers. Silver trays held Suzi Broadway- who was 12 f pink apers. : honoree with"a reciPe box to in marriage by her lathe Gwenn, and Charles Drake ,

rale Clark, guitar: Lamir Tyler. I dainty sandwiches, cakes nuts years old on Saturday, Mar. 15,r' Presiding at the silver' tea ser which each of the 24 guests was the bride was attired in a gownof llus Serial Chapter No. 3 and
BKitar? Edward"I celebrated. the occasion with"a! < v'i ice were MI. : Clyde and bouffant skirt Calor Cartoon for Children.
EndicpCt, bass and mints Punch was served at j jSinclair asked tq contribute -fayorite white lace over a

fiddle: and' 'J me "Tyler,,harmon- a'' separate table with the crystal party'for 14 friends. LI'I'Jj Irs.- 1' T. JrigAlso" assisting in recipe.: of net.and. ruffles. She. wore 'a OFF!

J ca. _* ; bowl being set in a bed of greenery The early part or the evening '; serving and' carhig for the 'guests 1 Appropriate games were played purple orchid corsage..

Sylvia' Paulk sang ,"Bless this interspersed with white pompoms. roller skating was enjoyed at the ire: MrSf: E., Matthews; : .. Mti. during' the.: evening and prizes The bride's aunt. Mrs. Walburg :,. .

House!" \Charlene" Hardy. and Mrs. Norman presided at Skating Rink after whicji lne. !,K..G:. Duncan. Mrs.W. B.. .eweU, Were awarded to' the winners." Steen, Qf Palatka, served as ma- ,
.. ._ I IJ 1
Burse Searing lay d "I piano the punch bowl.'Hostesses i young people returned to the, -- tron of honor in a ballerina length
duet. Miki Goldwire/ of gPW Meeting i Starke Social "Club taffeta.. \ _
4 for the afternoon Broadway' home tor refreshments ..,, gown of green .
the Student Council and of the r .n j f Robert G. Green; brother of the _
were: Mrs. W. L: Blair chairman and dancmg. Hejcl J Jhyrsday Js Irish "Theme '
Ili-Y. and Rudolph 'Sapp. FFA f groom served as best man.
I Mrs. A. H. Harley. Sr... Mrs. G. J.
speech winner, talks. With JVirs. ,Torode the ceremony a reception \\t
gave Following
McGriff, Sr.. Mrs. P. T. ,Nolin. Saturday evening after closing At Mqrch Meeting t \ ,
The ,
debating team was honored S A ) was held in'' the church _
Mrs. E. M. Davis. Mrs. L. F. Din- hours, the employees ot theGar* I. .. j
*:ih Gary Hzy bein especially i The BPW. Club met at the home, The Starke Social Club' held its recreation hall. ANImTERSABY r' ,. -
Hazen. C. A. den Restaurant had ,
tins Mrs. V. V. Mrs. a party celebrating
commended by a letter from the Futch Mrs. Gladys Harrington. th March birthday ot oif, Mr .- Pauline' Torode on iungiIcy second i March meeting in the Mrst Mr.: Green is. employed at the '

National Merit Scholarship Corp.for" -Lake''last Thursday'' evening New Method Cleaners and the .
Mrs. Madge McDonald, and"Mrs.. Mrs. Alice Anderson, h1r. LOIS I Presbyterian Assembly Hall Tuesday I "
( hiS. outstanding performance Mrs. cot1pl 'is residing at 657 N. Wal-
with: Etta Gaye GUI as Cp- '
on i. nationwide college aptitude I Ruby Johns.Garden Woods Mrs! 'Gladys Uolsoh and I hostess.. r night at 7:30 o' lock. An nut street. -

test. Gary was'one of 750, students Mrs. Mary Grig s, all employees,j, The Irish theme was used, and each
president, Miss Morence
out of 260,000 tq receive',such a Club ana ,Jim O'SuUivan'Temle, :Mote -\ I guest was given a small shamrockas Phi Good Reading
Jennings presided: .over the"meet- Sigma
It was celebration' of let .
letter. Other'members. 'Large
of the 'favor. shamrocks
a :
To Meet MondayMrs. ing. The club has ordered a roadside for theWhole
prize-winning debating team are George Kopelousos' release frbrai were used as Wail decorations. Beta Sigma Phi sorority will
emblem which
will be
Judy Kelly, Patricia Pellum. Mike Ruby Johns will be the the hospital where he was under r oh one'"of the major n ghways.placed Irish songs were sung, and vanous meet Monday evening. March 24 Family

Goldwireand Mark Moore. 'The speaker and will conduct a ques. observation last week. Mrs. E. A. Hall discussed the possibility games enjpyed by, the 21 members at 7 o'clock at the home of, Mrs. I ......-. 'ttJ -
team tied for first place at a Dis- at the and -Jr. at Kingsley -
tion and answer period 'of securing an instructor guests ,present. Maxie Carter, ; }
trict meet in Gainesville recently. of the Starke Ronald TomlinsoQ celebrated hi| Lake for tacky party and spaghetti .
March meeting for a' nurses aid course: Hosts on this occasion were a
Those honored as students were ... tenth: birthday anniversary- weal i Facts
; evening : honoring the rushees; News"
Garden Cluu; next Monday Mr. and Mrs. David Paton Mr. supper I board ofducatiooT
Patricia Pellum Patricia Alvarez, r.esday afternoon with a party for The need for revival of Coun- "You've just met tie
at 7:30 o'clock\ in the Parish I and Mrs. George Green, Mrs. Cora I
Judy Dankel, Lavora Cappa, Vir- 13 boy friends at the home ot 'ms ty Civil Detense. committee. was! : M .
I House on Cnurjn street., All : Juattlebanm,.''Mrs, ; tnel: Lowell,
finia Darby, Mike Goldwire, members to attend. sister, Mrs. Margaret Blankensftip?., brought: to' the:' 'att ntion"'of the Liquor Cases Features .
are urged and Mrs. Robert Halsall. Family
Thomas Dyal. and Mark Moore; on N. Church street. dub, and will be discussed later. .. Let Us Finance Your
Hostesses for the evening will The -The next 'meeting will be held
Buddy Jones, Bobby Norman. president appointed Mrs. Draw Fines
The Easter! motif was attractivf- --------------
Tern' : be Mrs. A. *V Sauls, chairman, Helen MrsJ April 7 in the t'lrst Methodist Home Improvement
Smith D. Ritch Green, and ely carried out in the decorations. Harley, fauline To- The Christian Science Monitor
Jerome Griffis were recognized Mrs.: J. W. Kitcn, Miss Della rode and Miss Madre Middletonas Church recreation! hall. On Norway St.. Boston I 15, Mas
t The boys ,enjoyed"refreshments| In Mayor's court on the FHA Title 1
for''their ability 'as a livestock Rosenberg, Mrs. J. IX eyrnour, nominating committee. Send your newspaper for the tim
Judging team. This group ha-1 the and Miss Doris Stewart. and games during the party ho th. I 't checked. Enclosed find my check or Loan

Ronald's mother, 'Mrs. Roy (i"f'-rSm( .fi.rPg"di"g Two snore hquor cases came pin money order I year $IS Q

HOMESTEADERS THAT HAVE NOT SIGNED FOR 1958 : Toinlinson, assisted Mrs. iJianken-: Betsy Matthews Mayor's court Monday. Eugene 6monthsO" 3months$4.50D

ship in giving the party. M / Blye Negro, pleaded guilty to
Below Is the list of Homesteaders who have not filed s re-nevral application Ceipbrates l Birthday ; ;! tj &
of two' one.half pints
.. possession
for t,:is. If your name appears ", n'this% Hat please contact ftt Tax "' Name
Assessor's office on or before April 1o etead Exemption. If you have taken care ct this since Tuesday March llth Betsy Matthews, who was nine .
seventh birthday i'r14aY' attern He was and
0 on selling.
dtotecaxd this notice. .. Address
old celebrated
yes March 13, & SERVICE
> J with- party nor '* few or :'uis fined |100 or"'20 days.

NC'Ttaynea W B Mizelle. Jr. Herschel James McDaniel Fred Wheeler Charles Leonard C Dinklns Hinson Jr neighborhood fnends. ;- the occasion with a party, Saturday Company C. Starke National 1 George Griffin Jr., also Negro,, City Zone- Stat.

U D HarreU. Jr. Paul, Parker Herbert Thomas !afternoon_ for,35 little friends, .Guard!,'along with the other companies pleaded not guilty possession '..U.A

Carl Ernest L Mabry Prawn B Mrs F Griffis Merrill Prevatt Walter Robert M A Hall King Baptist Circles at the home of her parents, Mr.' in the 748th'Armored Or- of one-naif pint ot bonded whiskeyfor .
R H Green Jr. I V Luke Edward A Yancey and Mrs. E. L.. Matthews.. dnance Battalion will spend SatuFday the purpose of selling.- He

'fc'W. Hodges Loyree-Milton\ D Carter Hartmann J P M P Edwards Hall Hold MeetingsThe "*The" Easter- moW- was attract- 'and' "Sunday;-March 22-23, was' represented in court by 'attorney PROTECT DRIVER'Sheense.

Ruby M Allet TT' Purvis Grltm Thomas C Colson ively carried out in the party de- at Camp Blanding for the purposeof A. Z. Adkins Jr. Gritfih's your

"Willis B C Hicks T Pinkston Mack William Leonard Tyson Jr J W ThomasxH Ethel BiVgs Circle of the corations. The dining room table firing the various weapons in defense was that he had been in

"K; s Polk .. Pruie Tyson L Gatlin First BaptistiChurch! met Wednesday was overlaid with a birthday cloth the units. Brooker at the time of the alleged BUY

J, W Padgett 4 ''Elliot{'Iara' Allen'Tyson Dinah oruthy Tyson Sullivan: evening March 12, at the witK matching napkins. Centeringthe The personnel .will be on te sale. The court found him I ii

J W Kelly Palmer Williams W H Noegel Jr church:. Mrs. 'Ruby Johns, leader, table Vas $ beautiful birthdaycake rifle ranges, both carbine and M-l, guilty by testimony ot a witness

Charity Howard William W Walt AU Clarence& Maritie Cortngton Barnes c-o Tkomaa Van Motel H. Anderson Presided and Mrs. Edwards gave \ced'' n white$ with blue birth- pistol ranges, and the machinegun who identified him as the man LOW COST LIABILITY INSURANCENo
he and
N D Griffis Leatha Shingles Victoria Mack prayer devotional. Mrs. day c ndl&'Pink tapers, in sTherhoers1cfIanked ranges: who had sold him the whiskey and

HJas Rosier Patterson Earl Good map Hilderbran.and Miss Dorothy Ross ''the cake; "' embers of the unit will leave officer. Grittin
Mrs. Ben Faulkner C X Crum' Lunnie Albert Gibbs presented the :* by a police paid
,. J L Orr Inn Hightower and Sarah Griffin program. After a Punch was''served in" the yard the Stark? armory at 10 a. m. the fine of ?loovFailure
Gussie Garrison Effie B Wooten Janice Lougenia U Smith Wella business discussion Mrs. W. B. as the lfttle guests arrivedOaswere : saturday morning. While at to yield the right ot Membership Fees .. 6 Mo. Policies
M L Conner.
i Ida Hankerson Mundy Jr. closed the meeting with '
"Agne .Thomas Tom Marks P F Goplsby; directed-:by Alme" Mathew Blanding the Guardsmen will be way and causing an accident cost
Russell B. Thomas Sam Berry Paul .Buran prayer; 'housed in :me"ss and
J W 'McRae Sampler K Geiger Sally Sink and Dottie Dayton and the halls Harrington Chandler t2< and pro
it Harold D Smith Emma Parker J E Xewsoiue The Ida. Darby Circle. of the prizes were awarded"t the win other buildings i fo/i) meals andovernight bation.In -

I ,'Joe NY E, Rhetta Starling and John Walter& Pearce Annie Williams Roy Morgan McKlnney Harper First Baptist Church met Tuesday ners. The guests receiveafavors,'I' J--accbmodations." other cases bond was forte It- DOYLE E. CONNER AGEfiCY

Susie 'Mansell" Raleigh.Cox, l
:', H Truby E Starling Slade .'Alfonso Will Bennett Jenkins Glen it L Lee Wade .L 4. Griffin. CamprBlanding.. After Assisting Mrs. Matthews in ser Presbyterian Church Doughton forfeited a total of ?111 1 Phone 285
I5b W. Call Street
1 Minnie Smith H. ving'were' W. E; Middleton ; t p on' three
Charles W Slade Hlims prayeVby Mrs! t: Hough. astudy I charges including public
II Berry B Preratt Drat E Otis W E Williams Leach GeorgeK"tiuethlein J M Edwards Jr. from the book, "Helping I Miss' Madge Middleton. Mrs. Friday-Adult ChoIr practice intoxication, and improper driving .

Maggie: Crews Nellie Silcox C M hUtch Others become Christians" was Charles Meister.; Mrs. I. G. HarriS 7:30 p.m."c and causing an accident.

I !'WC Hardee Julia F W Albert Graudon'Jordan Jiminie Hitch taught by the leader: Mrs. 1<'. B. and Miss Mary Agnes Mat- Sunday Church School, ::45, Bond of $27 'each was forfeited
iJoyd Griffis : John Edward. Wltkow.:10.1 .
'D G Wilkerson A R Moore J T Smith Et Al 3eard. After 'a short1 business thews. a.m., Morning Worship, "1<'8.1th ,by_G. W. Hart on a public intoxi- : 'tt Upholstery Drapes

Joseph M GrlffU Margaret Mrs. Grace Ray W Osborne Colley Mary T Brown: session o Mrs. Griffin served retreshments and Science". 11 a.m. Youth Fel tl cation charge and by Joe. Grant
Hack Griffis t'em.Uritfill I
'S J MeGarvejr Charles W Bias A J Carver to the 11 members TY: NameSocietyHojds lowship. p.ml Evening Worship tor speeding: Iu'
Ed MayRalford C a Barksdale Z 2 GrifDs j Sip Covers Seat Covers
Miller\ A R Johnson Avery SladeLaura. present. I Meeting beginning .'at';'J i saiem, V.W There were four cases Involving -
'Clyde Hiatt Robert G Green Alexander \ p.m."" u'-\f running a red light. None of
Arvis C Kirklapd C H Xa*worthy Angus Hall The Brownlee Circle Of the First :
'Monday-Called meeting of Su- these made an appearance and 1ll .4t4i Large Variety of Designs and
Carl The
1'L Starling hUtch; Zeaner Jones Baptist Church met. Thursday at Holy Name Society of St.Edward'iJCah1ic. I
W M Reddish Mrs C Hoover Lizzie Mae Walker ; :Churuh met in wamaee'1'PresoyteryJ Lake ShorePres'byteri each had paid bond of $12. Materials To Select From
James Cannon 2:30: in the home of Afra. K. A. : I
'T I Norman Betty Sermons I
Freeman Starling T. Frank Landrum A H Perry Vewsome.. Mrs. Garl- ..Mathews. theO rden '.Restaurant Tuesday ', Church,..". Jacksonville, Mayor W. T.: Jackson stated
James WainwrIght! A E T D Tenly Dempsey Dossy Fote eader, presided. Mrs. Xda Alex- nighC March ;11, with the' presi- I'110 aM. that the police force was aomg a' ll1-i-t1 CALL 239
'J T Reddish Arnold O. Haddock I
Joyce Walker Ho lIa. V Knight and 1T J Alderman 'arider.i led the devotion and prayer debt,'Co!. 'John 13idler,'' resr&g. Tuesday-Women of the Church good job and' that they intendedto

1' Luclle Cella ;; Duncan KittIes J N P L Roberts, Knight Ovella Mrs.' Alma Perry Saxon Mrs. Garl ,Mathws presented the After the business session. two 8 p.m. keep after the. liquor violations. 'I J1ll:4I1: For Free EstimatesSHEPHERD'S

from th St. All liquor cases: so tar have been
Ell Graham Jr truest speakers Augustine ;
Penjamin Finn! F ..Lon program "Calendar of Rrayer" for Wednesday Group KiWe Study.
Florence Williams llarr X Bennett John F irko8Bobby Deanery Mr. Kutz and Mr.Montgomery first convictions. in the Mayors i]
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Clifford Kelly 0 Clarence, D Su' .- Joe Hull 1f!ome. fuxt Foreign !Mlssions. i :' 7:30: p.ml" 'court but RADIO & TV
were heard Jackson warns each thatjia
J W Barber L W Mosley Benjamin F. Geiger Mrs. Brownlee and *rs. 1':. C. i. ; t. i
Thursday-Junior practice
Sam Brown Obie DeSue D L RaleyBarney Father John Skeehan second conviction will carry a
Priest jras pre-
participated in the :
i: Gussle Brown Leroy Thomas G. Brlnson program.The 3:30 p.nu heavier INMAK D. GREEN, Owner
Ellen 'Tisdale Dan 'ThomasXonie William H. Hall. Jr members decided) to meet ented a HolY Name;' button, as penalty. i iing
,Esta Mae %William' Pullum William H Halt' Wednesday afternoons at the spiritual .adviS:': and Owen Phone 239 Starke, Florida
Henry 'Williams Alberta Watkins Robert W Ln.ke 7'cburch
; Jenkins A R Randolph R t Pisaao, Sr starting next 1l'\onth. Vaughan was given a past presi Har4 Wins StampsT. t-i .
Fannie Garner Est.- Ida Mae Sherman Rk-harl T Lovoru 'A- letter!' appreciation from a dent's button.
M E 'RobertsHarrington
-Hietiard "Smith Jr
Chandler Sterling S Sawyer TB in Orlando ''was Father Skeehan c1ose.d.the B. Harding, local Menta
patient read.
RUler Berry R WillM Rivers .
Edgar QWlUlaml Amos Williams Dave Henderson Mrs. Bertha Lang clOSed the meeting wittf rarer.Presbyterian ... ; bread route man, won the 5,001 The perfect tribute to ( \ I 1 a
Laura'' toy Alfred Banes W A Wallace Sr
John Bollard Jessie GuiomU D W Carpenter meeting'with prayer. lhe! nostess Green. Stamps given away 03 a cherished memory .
W R' Dikon Z Baker Frances iA, Hurst served retreshments t4 the ten WomenTo Starke TireSales last weekend

,Maud Arthur;Bright Lee Olli Emma* Mae. HughesY Cummings Henry V McCrear members;present. t Mrs. T. E, Prevatt won the iuui4 Every funeral that we conduct 4I\J\! JS.

J. R Chasteen Jr .. ... Meet Tuesday f-
W./Felton wWe.> > Dl...bUlira. stamps that were given away at is
Alice Strong J H. Sapp .. .. a source of sustaining
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T I. 'Casey. Jr AV B )|undy Y'D1Harn.\I.: \ Jr! Miss Pauline The Presbyterian Women of the The Bradford County Hospital same time.- t
M.T Harailton ,Carr e" R Williams S'M Moct Gay announces, the following births: solace and spiritual inspiration 4(
A B Rosi r ? 'UerfiUt Edwards )frs Baffle >>ot Church will'meet in the 'AssemblyffalTTuesday ., It. ', ST. EDWARD'S ALTAR I j
1 H T Bennett Gladys Harrington H E Stvkes Is Shower Honoree : eveningat, #'o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Kupbipn, ... !t. Bryan SOCIETY to the family. 1S
L R StarllBg Win Sapp Mrs" Elizabeth DrydenJ ot starkeea; son, March 13. -
Nathan uUrsQn R A Green T'Reddish S Mrs. 'Harold Mrs. Chris Matheson of Ckines. Hundreds of details are managed and economical-
Epps entertainedat
Cora B Jones W H Smith 'Albert Johnson Tille, president of the Suwannee Mr. and Mrs. Arthur S. Koberts St.
OarV -Thompson R Wasdin, Robert' Eranktin Est a l vely bridal shower Monday Edward's Altar Society wil ., ly attended to that only a trained and careful
Mrs A fr Johns' PresbyteriaL will be.present. of Penney Farms, a son, Arthur hold
'Arnett ThompkinsNathaniel Edgar Win lams a pancake and sausage supper
eveningTat home on E. Bes- organization 'can perform when the 'need
> B'T Thomas', "E.. W Bnsht: Eat All members are !urged to attend. s. Roberts Jr., March 13. 'in the parish han Tuesda urgent' .. .
'hori ;
':Julia.'hltnit JT Pollard Y-ettie: ThemikinsYette.4'hompklnl sentiroad ri i Miss Pauline 4.i .- l'. for serving is at hand: "
Edward Griffis Mrs J J Rlgdon Gay whose !mrriagfc Eugene -..-."..... Mri; and Mrs. George K.! Uroye'rJt night March 20, from 5:30 t<
Grate Howard Green Hampton Et Al W Robert TI Williams C Barksdale- Mattie GreenJosephene Ellerson Tanner will "be an "eve*] ofApril.. .1 oif Starke, a daughter. Tina &:30 p, !n. Adults$1. children sq( DeWITT C. JONES

'Annie Hampton R L C Thomas Ida Hankemon Mrs. Epps carried out the yellow Brownie NoticeThe Diane March 15. cents. j jI
color motif in the table deco- .
Enoch'Su-onc PantfnderhiU r8"C.P.HooVt'r Mrand..Mrs. Morris William NOTICE OF 1TEYiTION !! -, '
Clyde Carter Mary M Dally Rosa Liggetta Est. rations and refreshments. Brownie Scouts are re- of Folkstoiv Ga. a SOD Moms TO HRG'rpK PICTJTWC XAMH 'PHONE7:

IF'Joe M"aBurUagTy Starting :. '.. ,Francis Charles R.Danaey Shanbarger Lena Wrs A Mundy H John The 3O'-guests enjoyed( games aiinded"to"bhing''Cookie* : money i Bruce, March '19 Mrs. Williams nndersigntd.Notice is hereby under given the )lro1'1810n'lit that., thj We furnish the highest type'service at lowest! prices, and acceptANY

Joseph! H. Gumber. SrMra-. B Rosier Victoria Mack during: the.party houW and prizes to the ne'xt meeting, Tuesdayaftero : !ii the former 'Eyelyn Wewsome, ,Chapter 29.852; Laws of Florida, life insurance policy in force, L iued by ANY company, as
rampbellUirsa Samuel C Wise "J : Acts o( un"will register with the
Ullford R were Pattie
: Wlin Mack awarded W Miss :30"6'clock
Carl Brown Ernest Phillips Leila Xewsrua Lawson j' I it at the. daughter of .Mr. and Air!. Jesse! ri!_rk ot (b. Cirpoit Court. in and payment in part or hi full on funeral wrvioes. Consultation
U L Kersey Lacy- Conway Zane Brooks Miss Joan Furlong and ?4rs.Sidney .|I'home of the leader. Mrs. J. D.i Newsome of Starke. tor.fradft. >rd CDUi4tri, KJoritJa upop carries no obligation.tAC .
r taxtb-. AtcDajUel ,Arthur',C Loudon.Jf _Betty_Symom .... Jackson. .1 *- !! 0 ,J -:_ a'. eti$ ,R!.praoL, teL 11cUiDn.ut -

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; Mrs. Marion: Howe' returned: JMr.v and Mrs, A, Russell Norman County Commissioners E. L:; Tuesday night .in'' the:. horns Jf i picnicing at Salt Springs StnLda$. Mrs A. L. Gaff sal '?**: JJ.
home Saturday from Sf.. Vincent'sHospital ; spent the weekend/Tallahassee Crawfor 1id'Mis-.JeSs' Chas- Mrs.,H. O. Brown'with Mrs. Tom I Mrs. Judy Harreil of St. Petersburg O. Kah-ell were hastens af'ft fish
where she T; underwent : visiting piri: and Mrs. .Q. taro attended the Florida Association Williams in charge of the program -' visited Mrs. Beulah Harrel supper Monday: miaf. Afaiih 10.
s l6eIY. She will convalesce at i C. Norman. While T there Mrs. cf County ,cnmWlT&f6h t'4 : SpeaSefr for the nee tin; Saturday.Mrs. at the Community Center for the
home for several weeks Norman attended the District( 1 meeting. 1 in? 'St. 'Augustine last were: Mrs.. Garnett. Dukes, Mrs. ,Lyon Crosby of, Greens- pastor and family--, and deacons:
Harley McRae is a medical palIent meeting of Delta Kappa Gamma: week: Gean Ellis. Mrs. Mary'Rimes, and burg visited relatives in Brookfr and tlieir,families of the BrooSer

I l in Bradford County Hos'-j on Saturday at FSU. ? Alleq Johns .returned, last Mrs,. R. T> Taylor. Mrs Ralpli I while .soroute ,&.Sanford. Baptist Church.
rMC Nis pital. Miss Delia Rosenberg; Mrs. P. Thursday, to S{. Vincent's Hospital Nettles dosed the..meeting with ;nwcrd ., Murline Rodgers and, Cathy itr, andjblrs. Mike jru hmai-
Tommy Raines"and Jim Don) T. Nolin. Mrs.' W. tt Haft and fa ,Jacks i1Yme;.where.he underwent of prayer, Delicious punch, McAlister .of.Daytcna Belch visited and: children: of Gainesville were
---- --- ,.g.g..g. WI., l aldsbh of Southern College, Lakeland : Mr&i.Kate Sheppard attended the ,;Surgery .FrIdayiand' is seriously fruit. cake,, assorted mints and I Mr. and Mrs. Tfin Rogers Sun- luncheon guests of Mrs. & M
I I spent the weekend with Rev. District meeting of Delta Kappa ill this time., nuts were served'to the 12'member : M tt: .
N Mrs. Sue Bowen of Syracuse .W. H: Ncliman is improving In and Mrs. L.;; D. H 1neJ. Gamma at FSU. on' Saturday. Those from here: attending ,the ?'and.a',visitor. by Mrs. Brown; I day.Mr.. and Mn: Charles Perry of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wheeler
,, Y. and Lakeland, and Oren Bradford County Hospital where Nolan Woodburn spent the Mrs. Vergie Fylnn entered the St.A1la&-u.stine Deanery meeting at I Mrs. Tim Thomas, 'who' ,has Gainesville were dinner .guests of and son of Jacksonville were
Welch.,of Dade. City were visiting i-e haS been confined the past weekend. in Orlando and Deland. Naval.Hospital in Jacksonville.on trig Woman's Club in.South Jack-" been very'El, has been staying in I tHe M. O. Harrells Wednesday I I I weekend guests of Mrs. 3. M.
Mr. and Mrs. 'M. L. Lawson on three weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Warren Monday for medical I treatments. scnville Wednesday of last week Gainesville, at the.home of her night. I Mott.

Monday and Tuesday.Mr. Mrs. Guy Dyal of Green Cove and sons of Statesboro, Gar: Mrs. W. D. Flacon his returned were Father i: John kehan, Mrs. son, Mr?:Cad, Thomas Mrs. Jimmy Crosby of Starke Little Jimmie Crosby of Starke
and Mrs. J. T. Nasworthy Springs was visiting her mother, brought their parents, Mr. and rein the Naval Hospital in Jacksonville Henry; Stefanelli.. president Mrs;: Mn. G.. W. Davis and Barbara and Mrs. Mettle SoweHs ae in Is visiting his grandmother, Mts.
of Winter Park were Sunday Mrs.. M. L. Lawscn, on Saturday. Mrs. J, S. Sapp. home on Saturday -: after a. week's confinement Lowell. Mathewsf,Delegate, Mrs: Sue-visited the B..J. Waters'family Tallahassee visiting Mrs. Crosby's Mattie Barry for a few days
afternoon: visitors of Mr. and Mrs.C. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Stanley of after the Sapps ,had spent for observation. Randal R. Ch m'. .Mrs r. ..VickyPencL and the J. C.' Henry family in husband who" is a patient m the Virgie Rutlecfee of Newberry
H. Nasworthy. Jacksonville were visiting her last week visiting the Warrens I. G, Harris was host to his Mrs. John McConnell.. and Gainesville. Saturday. hospital ,there. 'They also visited visited Mrs. Mattie Sow 1ii on
Mr.. and Mrs. R. L. Whiddon parents Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Cros- and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ray in son Gary's third grade class and Mrs. Owen Vaughan. Mr. and, Mrs.. Clarence Rhoden t Mrs. Beadia Conley. ]I Thursday.

end family of Tifton, Ca. spent by last Friday night. The Stan- Savannah Ga. the kindegarten group at a '. ', f. and family .cf Jacksonville were
the 'weekend: with Mr. and Mrs. leys left for Atlantic City, N. J. Mrs_ Bertha' Pearce returned special showing of Jumping 'mm..VVntyyr '' the weekend guests of the D. A.!
Eston Jordan and Mr. and Mrs. to make their home. They visited Wednesday of. laSt,week' from, a Jacks" at the Florida Theatre last .1. JF t ,; -4 Hines family.
, J. G. Helton. his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George '.en day trip to South Florida and Wednesday morning. : KER{ Wilbur Thomas visited' his sis7 I TOWN FINANCE COMPANY
i Stanley in South Port, N,.. C. Havana: CUb .She. was acc, in' Rev. Geraldo Martinez a native tees il.. Jacksonville over the:
I while enrcute. panied.home by her,Bother and Cuban missionary, was the guestof weekend. i
Y DA S Mr. and Mrs. Don Bagwell and sister-in-law; Mr. 'and Mrs. B, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hillendahl By Barbara Sue Davis Mrs. Paul Faulkner and children 114 West Call St. Phone 544

children spent the weekend in Haynes 'of Winter Haven, and from Saturday to Tuesday. Mr, '.CAA '& iii &,i *.< of Starke visited the woOdrow -
St. Petersburg visiting relatives.See they all attended the funeral of Martinez spoke at. the Methodist Thomas family Tuesday. _
4 11 7 Peggy at Shepherd's TV for a brother-in-law; G. V.; PhillIPS; Church Sunday >evening service. Mrs. Ida Weeks of Alachua Mrs. Amanda Lewis, Rev. and I I Now Making
Upholstery Drapes, Slip Covers !in Lake City last Thursday after- .Mr,, and :Mrs. Inman Green.and visited Mr, and Mrs. Wade Har- Mrs. James ,Temples' and children I
and Seat Covers! noon. children spent the weekend InTallahassee rell thIS'week. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tinney
Mrs. Titus Olson is leaving for Jerry Harris of Georgia Tech is with Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Nash L.; Brown and son end sons, Mrs. Howard Douglas : Regularly Employed Without CoSignet'sLOANS

Olmsted, Ill to visit her mother home this, week on his.Spring Willard Pass. and firs. Loca, Waters .viSited inValdcstat :end children, MrS: Wilson Green . ,
Mrs. George Lilly, for three weeks. vacation with his parents Mr.ePd _SSgt.: and.Mrs., T; ,B. Harding Ga.. ':over the 'weekend.Mf and daughters Mr. and Mrs.. FOR ALL NEEDS- '
Cailton and Carla Faulk retur- : .Mrs. Charles Harris. Betty Jr. and daughter. Debra of Moody % and Mrs. Aubrey Hazen Leslie Green; Mrs. Rosie Pin-
., ed to, their home in Jacksonvilleon Lou Harris of U,.ot P, was also AFB, Ga. are visiting their, par, and sons viSited :Mrs. O. G; Stray- II fcqlster, !and Mrs.,Everette. ,Gainey $25.00'TO' $600.00
tS Monday after spending the home for the weekend. (.Lts. Mr. and Mrs. Harding, Sr. horn in Wildwood Sunday. : end children attended the Bap->>
winter with their grandparents, Dr. and AIls. L. M. Noble of and Mr. and .Mrs, ,J" ,T.Lawson., Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Shaw. of La- \iismal services for Andy G.iney LOANS OF ALL TYPES
Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Carter Sr. Sarasota will be weekend visitorsof They will leave Friday for Stead cross visited the A. I. Mann family I end. John Sullivan: in Lake Butler

Mrs.. A. W. Anderson Sr. spent Mr.and Mrs. W. H. .Nollman.Mr. AFB. Reno, Nev., where Mr. Sunday.Rev.J2.F.. I Sunday afternoon.. Personal, Furniture, Auto, Real Estate, ., .
last Tuesday to Sunday in Cocoa and Mrs. C, R. Crosby and Harding! will be stationed. Padgett of Games I Allen ewiS visited friends in > _. ., .
itSharingCOMING with Mr, and Mrs. John Andersonand Mrs. Mable. Sullivan visited Mr Mr. and Mrs.. Charles' Lawson vHIe was.guesT speaker: aT Dedan St. Augustine over the wees end. LOANS FOR ALL GOOD PURPOSEDConsolidate .
family who,were ill. While,in md Mrs. Shatter_in' Jacksonvilleever of,Lakelan l sere. visitingMr..and Baptist Church Sunday nr)rning: ,
Cocoa Mrs. Anderson also visited the .weekend. Mrs. H. A. Lawson over the week= Mr. rfbyv Green, who has) beer Gainesville Mr. Mrs. Shot of ]tills, Reduce Payments, Me3icaX; Taxes,'

Mr.. and,Mrs. Edward Schwab J. W. Ritch was in Tallahasseeon end.1 .. T' !, seriously, ill in,, ,the Gainesville I ,elatives Sunday.visited friends' and Refinancing, Emergencies, Etc.
and family. business Monday and Tuesday; Mrs. M. W. Lance returned- Saturday -, Hospital. is much improved.V I
Mr.. and Mrs. Herbert Thomas Mr. and Mrs. Drew Reddish and after three weeks 1 In.New,, F, U 77.Kenneth Mott of the Mr. and Mrs: Julian Grerji and '
and daughter r. Kathleen, visited children and Mr. and Mrs.. B. L.: Orleans La. where she visited her, \AS in Jacksonville. visited his J-aby of Jacksonville visited Mr. ,
relatives in.Cleveland, Tenn. on VIoxley, Jr. and son visited the daughter, Babs, who underwent parents, 'Rev. and Mrs H. H. end Mrs. Dave Green Sunday. Small Monthly Payments Up To 24 MonthsLOANS
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Mcnday and Tuesday.Mr. Jacksonville Zoo on Sunday.Mr. surgery at.Charity HpspitaJ,.where M6tt over the 'week i1d. Mr. and Mrs. Elton Taylor _1 -
and Mrs. Maxie Carter" Sr. and Mrs. R.; W. .Underill she is a student,nurse..Babs flew Ina Stern'of Starke Joan Cam- tnd baby of Worthington Springs ARE OUR BUSINESS
I visited Capt. and Mrs. C. B. Starli nd children of Charleston..S. C.. home on Wednesday for several pahella of Graham, Kenneth Mott arid Mr; arid Mrs.. Hugh Rhyon
SOON !)a at Doctor's Lake on Sunday.! a-e spending this week with her, weeks' convalesence., and Hal Mott visited in Jackson- end children of Raiford visited We're' .Here To Serve You Regardless of Who You OWe ,
Mr. and Mrs. Hiriam Gay and prrents. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. ,Mon- Mrs. J. R.Kite.is spending'the ville Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Bonnie Mott Sunday. -
IN STARKE! Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Bronson of trief; while enroute .to Melbourne treekend in Pelham. Ga.' with her Dewitte. Thomas was the week Mf: and Mrs*. Lloyd Wood See Us For Promnt Efficient and Courteous Service For
Tampa were Saturday visitors of :where they,will make their home. niece, Mrs. Ralph Collins,and Mr. end guest of his grandparents the Craig Wood. Mary Jane Bigham, All Your !Money\ Needs -
Sheriff and Mrs. P. D. Reddish. Mrs Alsine Crawford of Starke Collins. H.L Lewises In Starke.: Mrtand Mrs. Guy Harreil., Reginia

., .. ... .. underwent surgery Monday at Mrs.. George Flynn, Jr. spenthe Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Thomas and Ramona Harrell. Mr. and ,. .
'!:.:. :.vq.M I'<:.: :, Ii!;... 'i.f: ;, : :.:.>.:.i';=:-6-wK'>:''',''",...A:,:':'-'Y'-:''>'. f.-i Fi.>,..':,,'',:.j.jw':::' ;_':''..,''..':.".. :"'j'::4..i:::: :,:.::.'::: i?::.''::' Doctor's Hospital. first of .the week; in. Tampawith i and family visited Mr...and ..Mrs.Cecil Mts. G: W; Davis, Barbara Sue TOWN FINANCE COMPANY I
.:/ Mrs. C. S. Haddock has replaced her parents, Mr and Mrs.Reginald StanaVer. Starke Sunday. and Dickie Davis, and Mr. and
;'l''l Mrs. Drew Reddish as Methodist McAteer.. I .Linda Sue Thomas was the Fri Mrs. O. C. Hayes and friend, AT STARKE ,
'l Like Church secretary. Mrs., Ethel Pickren of Gainesville day.night guest of Kay Emerson Mike of Gainesville enjoyed a -
Mrs. Charley E. Johns enteredSt. is spending (this week, with in_Bland. picnic at Salt Springs Sunday (Across greet From Olen's Dept. Store)

:\ Yl 1c nt's Hospital, Jacksonville her, daughter, Mrs., Seeber Good- .Mr.. and.M.. E. Stokes and ,Bobby Newmans of Graham, 'I
HousewifeIlatesDust n ti ( ; last Friday for a medical nan. The Goodmans: arc buildinga Mrs. :Mattie. Sowells.attended .serviCe Mack McDavid of Gainesville: 144 W._ Call St. Phone 544. .
checkup. new home on Alton Road and s at Union Primitive Baptist Jolin Green and Lavern Dyle were I
Mrs. J. P. North of Macclenny there Church'. II .-w m *..
plan to move sometime this ,. f I. I .
war visiting Mrs. George" Hag- summer .Bryant Moore, who has been
gins on Tuesday. See'Peggy? at'Sliepherd's, .TV'for visiting .his ,mother, Mrs. Fella f ;
; on theFurniture Dr. and Mrs. James Chace of Upholstery ,,Drapes,. Slip Covers. Moore, for the past three' weeks !! rOfiEi[; !! NOTICE!
:: Gainesville Were visiting Mrs. Etta and, Seat Covers. has. f returned to Alaska .where he
"M Hoover on Sunday.H. Mr. arid Mrs. James Bfoodworth is employed by the Baroid Well ,
'.x. L.Hough, spent the,first of and family.were i Jri puincey ,over Logging; Co. FOR NEW TELEPHONE SERVICE

2'. t.l1e'week in Orlando with his the weekend visiting her parents, Mike and ,Pat ,Castelin of'Auburnciale Apply at Telephone Office if you are located in our
daughter; Mrs. Lena Andrews Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Brandon, Sr. visited their grandparents -
f. Phillips 66 Dealers take a lot \ Y who is a patient in a hospital Mr; and Mrs. Randal Chitty and the C. L. Atkinsons, for territory.

of pride in being good house- there. son visited Mr. and Mrs.' M. F. the weekend. ,. ,
keepers. They have a housewifely Bill Haas! waCalled$ 4 ustis Chitty'in Lakeland, Ga. on Sat r- ,Mrs. Reed Lewis* and.da' hters .. . ....,..... .. ....W'4
hatred of untidiness. They keep their Sunday by the death of his of Starke' and Topy Cast lin of ;;- t

stations clean, including those allimportantrest mother. I IMr day.Mrs.. Beulah Prescott has,movedto Auburndale are visiting Mr. and ANY SUBSCRIBER wishing to be.chan'ged' from a" .
rooms. and Mrs., Billy Burbank:; 502 N. St. Clair! street the house Mrs. C. L. Atkinson for a few .
Jf., and children of Demopolis, formerly occupied by Mr and Mrs.L. days.Mrs.: Party Line Call 9000.

a They'll go all out to keep your car clean, too: Ala were visiting their parents C. McVay who, have moved into .' Clyde'Robert.s of Clear- .
''Whiskbro mingJJ the interior of your car is 4r; and Mrs. M.' W. Lance, on their new home on E. Adkins mont visited her mother, MrS. 0
Tuesday. Green, over the weekend.
-. one of those extra little services And your he'll Phillips clean the 66 Mrs. Elbert...Smith is confined St.Ralph kifpatrick: of Troy, Ala Lidian: and Lucy Witt of' Ala-i ANY SUBSCRIBER Wishing more than: one line DC,a ure
Dealer is glad to perform.
i'l the Bradford County Hospitalfor' is a guest this week of Mr. and chua were weekend guests of Mr.
.. windows for you .all the way around. observation and treatments.Mr. Mrs. L. D. Vining. and,!iMrs. Junior Green. to apply now.
and Mrs. C. C. McAliley of Mrs. Dora Burton l of'Atlanta is Mrs. Clara Hazen of Starke
This.... obsession, with cleanliness is part and Chester,. S. C. are visiting Rev. visiting her daughter Mrs. Alice visited her mother, Mrs., Cone s I
: f _. parcel of our policy of "Hospi and Mrs. W. S. McAliley for ten Anderson. and Mr. nd Mrs. Clyde Cone Sun- /

I tality on the Highway.". You days., Mrs, Carrie Adams is in Philadelphia day: afternoon. .. ANYONE requesting any information -- Call 9000Or -,
benefit from it at any station Benedict Finzer, Jr. is a med Pa. ',visiting her son-in James Harrell of Stetson Uni-
66 which displays the orange air! cal patient in St. Vincent's Hospital law and, daughter, Mr. and Mrs. versity ,yisited'his parents Mr Write
black Phillips 66 Shield: Jacksonville, this week. Robert Strohme'yer, and .Mr?. J. C. Harreil over the
.'',. .Mrs. W. B. Mundy and Mrs. E. Dave Paulk flew to Charlotte, weekend,._. '
F, Miles spent Saturday and Sunday N., C. on Saturday to attend a Mir and Mrs. Wallie Crews ofMelrose STARKE
in Georgia where Mrs. Mundy Machinery Show,. are visiting Mr. and Mrs. TELEPHONE COMPANY r. '
.. JEROME JOHNS OIL CO., DistributorStarke accompanied her daughter .Jean. Greg and Jenifer Davis of,Gain- G. B. Colson..
: back to Bessie-Tift College at esville spent Saturday with their M Iris Brown of-Jacksonville P. ,6. BOX 47 STARKE, FLA.BEFORE .
,, Fla. ForsYthe'after: a week's' vacation. grandmother, Mrs.. Lucille Davis, visited Mrs. H; O. Brown Sunday. J p .

Mrs. Miles visited relatives in while their parents, Mro, nd Mrs.. Tty} WSCS of WorthingtonSprings APRIL 10, 1958
r ,
Warner Robbins. : ) I I .,- ... .. .. >" -. .
H. G. ,Davis Jr. attended .the Methodist Church met I -
., Mr. and Mrs.'V. V. Haven: had funeral of Mr. Davis grandmother ;- ', .. ; r r .,." J.
Sunday,.dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Clara Davis, in Tifton <
J,T. Sowell in LaQrosse. _, ._ z
A HOME; yon CM AFFORD Mr. and Mrs. W. H.' Galloway .Ga.Judge and Mrs. E. K. Ferrymanspent "

have returned Ohio.from a month in the past ten days.with Mrs. VF.fHIS WEEKiS NO MONEY DOWN
Cambridge, C. F. Sayles hi JliamL ,
Custom Built on Your Lot *: Mrs. Freeman Register, sr. is, Mr. and,,Mrs. IL E. Bradley and .f
expected home next weeK after Mr. and Mrs. Robbie Shaller spent f
being confined to Riverside Hospital Sunday afternoon in Ocala Rand J: -
M Jacksonville, for the pasttwo Dade Cio/.Thef were accompaq- Repair

weeks. ied home by Mrs.,,Ollie Bradley ,_
Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Hazen and, T
this week with
who is spending .
Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Hazen were.! her family here. I I 1- if Add Rooms rn Corpbr* N/
*n Wildwood Tuesday visiting Randal Davis, Ervan Covington;
Mrs. Minnie Hazen at the, homecf Buck Gill Lam 'r.,Shaw... Delano Stith
her' son-in-law and daughter,, Thomas and Butch Smith of Room
Mr and Mrs. O. G. Strayhom., South Georgia COllege ,are home ,
Mrs. Minnie Hazen, whose homeis Tuesday to Sunday for their ; BATCH THIS SPAfcfi FOR WEEKLY SPEcIALS' (INCLUDING SEPTIC, TANK A'D FIXTURES -
V In Brooker, has been ill and is: Spring vacation.Mr. )

getting along as well as can be! and Mrs. R. J. Andrews and 'f,', .
expected.Mr family of Wesconh'ett were Sunday $ Paint ... '
: r ewoSHEET 0
and Mrs. Max Furlong have! '
visitor of Mr. and Mrs: R.
moved to 113 NE 20th St., Gain' Dansby... I ._
esville. Attending a, famity"reunion at ROCK ..,. )
L. P.. Rafuse,of Lawtey underwent : thehome, 0.J Mr. and Mrs. W...J. I <.u_... __.
I surgery Monday at DoctorsHospital. Dodd op Sunday were Mr. and
EXTRA CONSTRUCTION FEATURESIN Mrs. Dan Priest arid' family of
ALL BEVIS HOMES Attending the Dental c nven-, Live oak a d'!fr. and Mrs John FREE ES11MATES.I
ton In Atlanta were Dr. O. L, -- --
Sapp of Daytbha Beach. The occasion .J' I
.5' Treated Sills and Floor Joists Haynes from Saturday to Tuesday, was Mrs Dodd's birthdayanniversary. 418 X \34"SEE
and Dr. J1E. Denmark from Sun 55-
|" 'e' Double Framing On All OpeningsFull day to.Thursday Mr: and Mrs: Fred Konnecki.of "._ LJ t.. ,., .. :-., -- CALL OR WRITE .
,8-Foot Ceilings Mrs. H. C. Wimberly and I, '
I '
Okinawa spent ,several days'laSt
.e daughter J. '- DAY OR IGHt '
Solid Pier Blocks Beth are .spending two I week with Mrr and I Mrs. _M. C. US FORCOMPLETE .
'. Paint weeks with Mr. and..MrS. W. M,
Top Quality Choice of Colors's Wells. PER '
Wimberly in Bartowt EM2c Freddie Johns of the.PSS 45 OR :333SMI
Nelson Green and family
Mrs. from ,
Purse, who'recentIyretul'ned, L
have rented the Stanley Noege!].,, ,the Mediterranean; is vlsiflnf hB : SHEETs _
$25 Don- tow Monthly PayriienisWILL cottage on Kingsley Lake for parents, Mr-"'awl Mts; Ia:.IzJobaS 1 DING
reveral months while the Green. and family for IT daYS-;: .
house is being moved back fromHighway attended Rv ESe .
Mrs. R. C. Chapman
SEE YOU AT HOME, ANYTIME the construction ,
301 during
the funeral of her aunt S BUILDERS
DAY OR NIGHT. work there. Blanche Bunting*.,in Madison on1s Paints' Roofing I
CALL US COLLECT PALATKA EA 5-5317 Miss Margaret Rose Duncan i Tuesday afternoon.. -
APPOINTMENT home this week for her Spring -
FOR : Mrs. L. S. Hutlo returned Wednesday Lumber
vacation from the ol
University from A" week's visit Jh' MateriaiSSUPPLIES INC
Georgia" [ E!
n'd'Mfs 'Slade & Columbia, S. C. with her sister. Masonry i
Mr. :; T. H. ;
Bevis- Construction toA Inc. Mrs. Inez
; will be in Atlanta Sunday to; ".Stokes. lixfk& ft-oHiicw Water Pups --II
Thursday.attgnding the _Southeastern ; :, Mr and Mrs ,. H'ad' : and ,. After 5' PiM. Call Eston Jordan 340 W
of Jacksonville spent Sunday ; : -
Open'Dally, 8:00 r\.M."To 5:00 P.M. Liqufied Petroleum Gas, son Hardware lawn' Mowers
Palatka '- Half Mile\ West of "Y" at New' Palm Ave Conventipri. t with Mrs.- Sheltie Hall. : AT SAL DEPOT ; STARKE FLA.
Intersection Bill S th*wai i called ,to' Tuscon.Ariz ,,, Rep..Dl q E, Conser"ancl Sam

,. 'A. ... .. en Tuesday by the death ol f Zackspent; last. week in Tampa .. ; 1 ,'"! ,A e. ..f'r 1< r'I". _
his'mother; Mrs..Julia Soto. and Miami, -
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Water Nearing ...yyyyyyy.yy.yy"( .,I Girl Scouts Qbserve Birthday YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYTYTYY 4 !Dream Kitchen'- City Council trucks with radio communicationsand

the aerial would be for their

HAMPTON STATE FARM Shown By RedfearnAt use.

Hears Request
A "Dream Kitchen on Wheels
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installed in a giant truck trailer
(Continued from Page 11] Tyrus Convalescent Home
PersonalsMrs. to show advanced 193 Hotpoint members of the Bradford
Club,Meeting at 227 S. Thompson St. was opened -
Ocala. K. B. Watterson left The State Farm .Community appliances for the nome, wiU be County Recreation Board. Mrs. to the public Monday, accord

The panel was moderated by Hampton Thursday for Forksville.Va. Club held its first meeting of the on display in Keystone HeightsBl I rothy Epperson and James ing to Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Tyus

Senator Adams of Orange Park ., where her father is criticallyilL month on Wednesday afternoon next Tuesday. oodworth. met with the City the operators. Nurses will be on

vho has taken the lead in pushing in the home cf Mrs. E. V. Hughs. Thursday, sponsored by W. H. Council Tuesday night to ask thatthe duty '24 hours a day, it was said,

the watershed project that t is I Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Eiland and Mrs. Milo Seiiler the president Redfearn Hotpoint dealer. water tower on the land to and the inspection of the public

hoped to eventually solve the family of Gainesville spent Sunday ii1, : jr presided. Regular business was The exciting Color Caravan willbe used as a recreation area is invited.

fluctuating, lake level problem bya in Hampton with Mr. and I Irs. __ transacted and tickets wer: distributed be located on Lawrence fenced. Council agreed and

Icng-ranse system of water ItS Wesley Griffin and daugh- for the relish set that is to vard in front ot Kedfearn's onT I asked Street Superintendent 8.

control. ter.Mrs. be given away at the next meet- esday and Wednesday, and at. R. Hicks to determine the length W.C.T.U.
Also Included in the panel were C. L. May spent last weekend ing. It, 'was'decided to change the the annual meeting of Clay Klec-! of fence needed. They also decided

Bill Haas, District Soil Conservationist in Gainesville with her sister meeting date to Tuesday. Our tric Cooperative on Thursday. to put in drains so that when the -UPON MODERATE: DRINKERS
Lawrence Miller Clay p Mrs. May Sweeney. v/cather clears fill dirt can be
next meeting will be on tIC fourth
Newest feature of the Caravan AND FRIENDS OF MODERATE
County soil conservationist and I Mrs. Jessie Chastain attendedthe I brought in where necessary.
Tuesday, March 25. Mr. Frank
other officials. County Commissioners' Convention I !;; Larkin Another matter brought to the
tr. P. mother of the r-ostess
oven which cooks bacon in HOPES OF THE LIQUOR: TRAFFIC. -
at the
Dr. Vernon said that the only Ponce de Leon L p 4- 4-- was a guest cf the club at this 15 seconds, frozen biscuits in 10 I Council by Pat Miller was thewater I ."
Hotel in St.
immediate relief for Brooklyn Augustine cn Thursday time. Mrs. Hughs served the problem in the Griffis Loop ,
and seconds, and brews coffee in 4seconds. > (NATIONAL VOICE)
would be the sinking of deep wells Friday last week. nine members present doLcious area. Water from north of the -
'that could pump water from the Mr. and Mrs. Lanier have mov-I refreshments consisting of hot Designed for modern ending railroad and east ofState

artesian level back into the lake. ea a house trailer to their home Local Girl Scouts celebrated the Phyliss Darby, secretary. 2nd I cinnamon buns and coffee American kitchens, the unit has Road 100 is draining though

lie estimated this wculd cost by the Himpton Elementary 46th anniversary of the national I I row ((1-r) Wanda Siemer, patrol 1 Bryan Whitfield of .Campvillewas I an electron tube that converts the land of several property owners -
School, and plan to move into it organization with a birthday leader electrical energy into high frequency in that Clerk Carl
tome $60.000, and might present party ; Cheryl Sheeley, assistant I an overnight guest of his area. City
r problem when and If the cycle soon.! in the Methodist recreation leader: Phyus Haddock, treasur. daughter. Mrs.; 'Milo' Seigkr and waves that cook food in Johns said he would bring it to

changes and the Brooklyn Lake: Pat Bowers a student at Columbia hall last Friday afternoon. They er; Vicky Frees assistant leader; family,on Friday of last wet k. At seconds. Frozen food can be the attention of the State Road OM

i-rea reaches near-flood stage as Bible College In Columbia S.I were also celebratmg a successful and Cheryle TUlman, Court of this time Mr. Whitfield 'was: the placed directly into the oven Department and ask them to

11 did some 15 or more years ago. C. preached morning worship service cookie sale which netted the Honor president. dinner guest of Mr. and Airs. P. without aefrosting. clean out ditches in order that UQUID OR TABLETS

He said that he and the other at Hampton Baptist Church troop $50 and will be used tor This li'riday'the Girl :Scouts'will S. Crews. The huge trailer display' one Uie water will flow into Alligator

geological survey personnel could I Sunday. Guest speaker at prayer camping equipment. enjoy a weiner roast at Camp Rev. 'E. G. Carter of Jacksonville of three now making nationwide Creek. DOES NOH 10 STOP

make no firm recommendations meeting on Wednesday night this Troop officers pictured above I Blanding from :iW.to: 1 o'clock. pastor of the Baylesi Bap tours, includes such new color]I i A plat for the new subdivision L COLDS MISERIES BCCAUZ1

until their long-range studies week was Dr. Paul Peterson, president with birthday cake are: 1st row The winning team in the cookie tist Church was a Sunday ainner equipment as a combination re to be caled Parkwood, a project ITHUM&UIOUCANRByON66S

were completed. of the Eastern European ((1-r Sandra btarung assistant I.'ale, captained by Kay Garbet. guest of Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Cros frigerator-freezer, :30 and 3incn L of Guy Andrews and A. J. Thomas \

A suggestion frcm one of the. Mission. He also showed a film, leader; Linda Bishop, patrol leader will be entertained by the losing by. Other visitors of Mr. and Mrs. ranges with built-in trench fryers, as, ., came back from the FIIA: .

tssociation members present tnat en mission work in Europe. Janet Hardy, assistant leader *' team, with Dee Walters as cap- Crosby were Mr. and Mrs. G. L. griddles ana rotisseqes controlled with the suggestion that West-

the deep wells' operated by 'he: The "Favorite Melody Quartet ; Vicky :struth, patrol leader; tian. Sapp of the Bayless Hl-rhway by pushbuttons, a dial-controlled I moreland road in the subdivision

DuPont company 'In its mining:I will be featured at a music hourat Community on Friday night for I automatic dishwasher clothes I be extended to the proposed

process east of Starke might Ime: the Hampton Baptist Church Track MeetsScheduled Baseball DrillIs dinner: washer with separate cycles lor Parkwood Place. Council agreed

the effect of lowering the water on Saturday evenIng March 22, Mrs. Sherman Crosby and two I regular and man-made fabrics, to accept deed to the 60 feet
:evel In Brooklyn at 7:30: Musical numbers will also little sons were luncheon guestsof needed. I
was ruled un- electric clothes dryer, food freezer -
'ikely by Hoffman. It was said be presented by groups and solo Here Bogged Down Mrs. Marcus Dekle in Lake! waste disposer, water heaters, T. H. Shade: was granted permission I

that the DuPont wells pump water i iits from other churches. Butler on Sunday. and television sets. to put an aerial on the

at the rate of 7,000 gallons per i". II. Griffin 83, Dies: For First Time By Wet Weather Mr. !and Mrs. O. R. Bawls and: water tower with the provision
Mr. Redfearn said that
uinute. Long-Time Resident little son. spent the weekend with many that it did not interfere with All ears for your
new appliance features incorporated
.-. The geologists pointed out that Funeral services were held atampton Something new has been addedto Baseball is under way at BHSin : their uncle and aunt: Mr. and in the I anything else and that all responsibility -

the lake region around Keystone H 'Christian Church Sunday the track program at BHS this spite of rainy weather that has Mrs. L. B. Cooper. Mr. Rals Is: "Dream Kitchen"amazing the Hotpoint direct for it remain with Slade insurance problems

Heights serves as 'a recharge area afternoon for Walter Holland year. For the first tune students allowed the boys only four daysof with the armed forces and :Is stationed are Gas Co. Slade plans to equip his

!or underground water system in Griffin, 83, who died Friday, will be able to see their track outside practice since. the season in Missouri. Other guests result of consumer requests tor always!
March 14, at the home of his of Mr. and Mrs. Cooper on T riday easier and more efficient ways U
parts of North Central Florida son team in action with three meets started. Nineteen boys have
in Jacksonville where he had were Mrs. Ida Ross and Mrs. Es live and run a modern home. I GiI's People with problemsabout
coast to coast. They said I it I been scheduled at the school on the been working out daily, mostly in :
stajing for several weeks. sie.Sellers. of Homestead. Air. and L He extends a cordial Insurance will always
:s possible that water flows fromBrooklyn following dates: the gym. Nine of them W. H.: Lu !
through one or more Born in Ware County. Ga.. Mr. March 21/ with Lake butler,, Johns George Fatten Calvin Mrs. Roy Thomas of Bradtntonwere ; u to the public to visit the Cob find that we're sympathetic -

orifices in;,its. bed and, that in i a Griffin had lived in Hampton for 2:W p.m. Pace Curtis McGee. Benny Williams ] with them over night on I Caravan during its threedaystay ; I Home AppliancesYour listeners And
Cry time more water would' run more than 60 years and was a 3 Friday in Keystone Heights. careful advison when it
with :
April Santa l"e, 2:30 p
member of the Bubba LaMee, John Goolsby ;- Mrs. R. P. I I
out the bottom than would enter Christian Church p.m. McLendon:13 called Friendly comes to helping you plan
the lake by below rain heie for over 40 years. As one ofthe Tom Stallings. and Armond away on Monday by the deathof the of
for protection your
,April 15, Triangular Meet Rivers, were on the l\l\ 57 team. iHBVH BOV H MiM M MiMMH MMMMM I
iaD.Jook. oldest residents, he had served her sister, Mrs. Ida Maples in Norge DealerS home
(Gainesville High. Green Cove,, Boys out for the first time include I- family your your
on the Hampton City Council Knoxville Tenn., She returned on Our
and BHS). : Jimmy Hall, Cox business your car.
Jimmy ,
for at least 35 years, much of the Wednesday. NQRGE APPLIANCES
Operator time as council chairman. Three years ago BHS had the i Harvey Tanner, Don Page, 'Mike: Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wood and FloridaTHEATRE counsel costs you othing
distinction S MAYTAO and it may save you
Mr. Griffin was in the turpen- of being state champions Reddish, :Spanky McLendon Harry son of Tallahassee were Dinner WASHERS
t;ne business most of his life. He in track, Dut since tnat Stalling Tom Tatum. Gary guests of Mr. and Mrs. MIL Sei- COLEMAN time trouble money.
lived for a short time In1 Webster time,. popularity ot this sport has I Bennett, John Davis, and manager gler on Saturday night. HEATERS and

Nabbed In RaidContinued where he was In the mercantile dwindled here. It is hoped that John Whisenant. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Starlit hai FLOOR FURNACES

business and In turpentine. His the scheduling ot meets at the iI i Coach Lennard Register is being as'gu. sts on Sunday aftcinoon, We Service All MakesOf H. C. Wall% AgencyPhone

[ w ife. Hester Johns Grlffis, died l local track will, revive interest at I assisted by Richard Costello an Mrs. Starling's sister and broth
from Page 11
in I 1947. HHS.The. 1'iterne from the University of er-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Lemon Appliances 146
of; "miscellaneous papers" con Mr.Jake* Thomas of Lake Butler ; team is fortunate in having Florida, who is also teaching Knight of Live Oak.
fiscated. pastor of the Hampton the following boyS as returning physical education classes. On Sunday 'afternoon twenty SAT. MAR. 22 ONLY 10 200 E. Call Street IStarke.

Cuba tickets are numbered from Christian Church, conducted the ; lettermen:' James Thomas, Three boys have looked good I in young people, friends of Mary and Starke, Florida

1 to 100 antI, .can be purchased funeral services. with burial at; hurdles; Henry Hall 410 and 880! ; drills so far, and are sure to be Silvia Starling, gathered at the DOUBLE FEATURE .p FU.v .

for 10 cents each., The winning Santa Fe Cemetery under the t Charles Noegel, 440 and 8SO! ; Jim starters if they continue thee H. D. Starling home and spent ,

number, selected -from the win direction; of Hardage and Sons my Hobbs, pole vault and high hustle and good work. They : several hours enjoying group singing

'ning national Cuban lottery number funeral Home of' Jacksonville.Pallbearers r j jump; Bob Taccla, hurdles and Harvey Tanner, 2b; Benny Wil of hymns, accompanied by *klljt Rent If Trade It

which Is-relayed to the U.' :S3. were M. M. Match sprint; Freddie Stephens, shotpuf Hams, 3b; and Calvin Pace, catch members of the group on guitars. -
ctt, W. H. Maxwell J. W. Horne and 'discus. er. 'Curtis McGee has looked Mr. and Mrs. Pete Harrci and

by phoned short to wave the radio various and then establishments tele C. L. May, A. C. Dennison and I In addition to these mainstaysof good, but has been out with UDL Miss Judy 'Harrel were in Jacksonville %WITH} A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED

and homes which sell the Carl 'Johns. the team, other boys showingpromise measles and missed a week on Sunday.. Frieni", wi[

tickets. Survivors include his son PercyE. are vernon Parmenter, practice.The regret to hear that Mr. Karre' AREGALSCOPf flCTUn ,'

Schurr expressed his Griffin of Jacksonville: a: Tom Smith, Marion Cottle, Rich first hoifle game is scheduled' was admitted to the liraford A qI U.h htl so wonns'OR LESS. <>.. i...rti.. (HI.I... cfc.nei __ 7. .
gratitudeto brother Arthur Griffin of Way- County Hospital,. as a patient on EACH ADDITIONAL
the.. Duval 'arid ard Duggar, Charles Osborne, Don. for Tuesday, April 8, i at AND WORD 0'E8O ._____ 4e PtTw.'r*
County: c ross, Ga.: two stepgrandchll'a Sunday evening. 90.% DISCOCNT ON REPEtT
sheriffs departments for "their dren; and several nieces and id Teston, Ronald Crawford, thiI: 3:30 p.m. Admission will be :50> Mrs. C. S. Bateman ant! babyof : K! ADDITIONAL FOR BLIND ADS OR IXSERTIOXg.ADS HOT PAID lUBE AD
splendid cooperation" the raids. nephews. ly Helsabeck, Mike Goldwire, : cents for adults, and 25 cents tor Starke are spending thL- week i* ADVASCB.

Bradford County Sheriff P. u. Relatives attending the funeral L Widegren. D. Ritcn Green,, s students. Coach Register urges with her sister. Mrs. Luciau Conner CLASSIFIED DISPLAY --- ____ $1-5 fn Uch First

Reddish told The Telegraph that from cut of town Included Mr. George Herl!, Robin Coley Glen the public to come out and help prior to moving to Tallahas aiM PER INCH FOR 81MB: AD RKPRITRD: O\F. OR HOUR IMCH. T11P1,

he was not'called upon'for assistance and Mrs. A. C. Griffin of Way- Harrell, Johnny Stephens John support the team. sTheathedule ee this weekend. I CARDS OF THANK (Up Ta M Wr4a
) ____
and knew nothing of the C cross Ga., his brother; his son Miller, Frank"Williams, Woody: for the season is Mrs. Annie R. Norman,ad little THE : OVFR 50 WORDS hhn_________ 4 C .t. Per We.' nM
raid here until he read it in the end family of Jacksonville; and L Strickland, Neil Phillips, andMarty a* follows: grandson, Brucie Norman will accompany -

newspaper. He said that Gary nieces and nephews, Mr. and Mrs. Crosby. I II March 21S. ,Crescent City, there. Miss Jane Rirhan!' MEMORIALS. AND RESOLUTIONS __ 4 CeBt- Pit w-Mi-. ---

Reddish has had one or two Mack Jordan of Waycdoss, Mr. For the first time this year I. April 1, Gainesville there. when she comes home on Friday, 4ANJNLENO1MAN WE HAVE a new loan for
brushes with the local law in the rnd Mrs. Gene Griffin of Jacksonville BHS will field a Junior High April 5, Palatka, there. to spend the weekend as quests farmers. Loans of 1 to S yean Get m ABED now TIRESf

past. charged with illegal sale ot t&>l and Mrs. Owen track team. The schedule is as April 8, Crescent Lily here.. of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Rlch:.rde. ments for the of the entire farmer credit require. Ask for our easy pay budget as you terms.rIde.

whiskey. Griffin of St. Augustine. Mr. and I follows: Gainesville High 9th April 11, Green Cove theY Visitors of Mrs. Clarice Thompson ily. Gainesville Production and his Credit fam Lacy Union Conway Pug sutlon.Sales and Service.

Mrs. Clyde Lewis of Bunnell, Mr. graders, Santa Fe. Lake Butler, April 18, P. 1\.. Xonge' ,here. on Sunday were her cousins. Association Gainesville, o North Main Stark., FIUch..

Funeral end Mrs. Allen Mr. and Mrs. L. and April 22,.Gainesville, here. Mr. and Mrs. S, C. Peele and Fla. tfch*
Sunday G.: Griffin and Mrs. Greer ofJacksonville. r Lawtey. I April 25, Lake City, here. daughter, and Mr and Mij. Cohen CfmE "JMAlAYAS IN IlCiROmtE FOR SALE-14 In X 15 ft steel

For Mrs. Rosier grade Several boys promising who have 7th been and worK 8th April 26, Green Cove, here. Peele and son/of/ Jacksonville. A IEGALSCOJII P._......b,2Cn c..ho CUB RADIOS TENTH REPAIRED AUNITERIABY If I culvert lots pipe.for 11.25 sale ft.In ALSO S..1Itb Build Oats

Services For Roy L. Birt 29 P. K. \ Sunday dinner guests of. Mr. All Makes AU Krtefc Subdivision. Low down
April :onge, there. payment.
At leaiomikle
EvergreenMrs. ing out with varsity, include: ii- : Plus "Mucho Mouse" Cartoon Charrei cvaraitce Low monthly
Funeral services were held 2 and Mrs. Fred Cannon wen; Mrs.Cannon's .I payments. BILLY
yin Martin De Wayne Mca i and Chapter No. 4 "Batman !.... Phone 115, c/o Central
Thursday afternoon in Gainesvillefor Lake brother and si ;.tr-in- Greta, Owaer Truck Lines.
May 6.
City, there.
.Essie Futch Rosier. 56. i of : Henry Bradley, Charles Helsabeck, and Robin" Serial. Kid W. CHI St. P OM39 tfchg
Roy L. Birt of Gainesville, AU games are scheduled at 3:30 law l Mr. and Mrs. M. F. ; tnso1 r. Starke. Fla.II .
Lawtey. died, Friday and Richard Miller. ONE
March 14, relative of many Bradford county of,Live Oak. Another brothr: his BEDROOM furnished apartments -
et her home after an Illness i of residents. Following is the varsity ache p.m.The sub group tournament will wife and little'son, Mr. and Mrs. Sun., Mon., Tues. % PAID ON SAVINGS KEY. Jackson.for rent. Phone 163. W. T.
several ttchg
months. dule tor this STONE _
season. STATE
Mr. Bin had been in ill health G. A. Hinson spent Saoirday March 23 24 25 BANK KEYSTONE -
be held ,
May 8,9, 10, and the HEIGHT
She was born in Baker County. March 21, Lake Butler, here. I'LA.. IUCK-
for several years and died in i a night with Mr, and Mrs. Cannon.Birthday ilEa FDIC. FOP. RENT-Reduced prlce 3 room
Ot. 3. 1901. the daughter of the Gainesville hospital on March 11. March 25, TJcala there. group tournament. May la:>>, I 16. Party : nicely furnished apartment Ade.
bite Robert and Minnie Florida 17. FOR RENT-Attractive quate heaters. For elderly couple
Griff's March 29/
Relays, modern
Services ,were conducted at the Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Mcixndon furnished Lake or gentlelJlan. Bellent Road Box:
Futch. '
De Witt C. Jones chapel witn Gainesville. entertained for their son, Swanky heat. Winter rates.house.Circulating Mrs. H. C.' U8_ H Starke._ \tcbg'

Surviving are her husband. A. burial in Evergreen Cemetery. April 3, Santa }I'Co here., Slow HomesteadersSee on the occasion of his sixteenth EV'833Z6 Bence, 2223 Jacksonville.5t Johns Ave or phone ,. FOR ASSISTANCE In filing

Britt Rosier of Lawtey: four bOfl Ls. Survivors include his widow; April 8, Palatka. there. Rush birthday with a dance at the Jtchg 3/so, Tax Returns see Charles Hutcheson.Income

Rudolph B. and Clarence Rosier, two daughters, Mrs. R. E. Johns April 12, Lake City Invitational;, Names, Woman's Club in Starke. The FOR SALE-Extra good Blue-Tlp Saturday.Bradford County Abstract Office,
both of Palatka; Cedric R. and there. To ated Crowder Pea seed. Gerald Adkln ; jtp a/lt
and Mrs. Keith Arnold: a son.L Claim ExemptionTax building was cleverly del'ill Hampton. -

Ray V. Rosier, both of Lawtey; William Peiry all of Gainesville: April 15: Triangular Meet, here. for this occasion with clusters of Plus "One Funny Knight" zip 3/20 FOR SALE OR RENT-S-rnom furnished -.

eight sisters,.Mrs. Daisy Starling his stepmother: Mrs. Eva Birt of April 19, P. K. X onge myTh Assessor Gene Long said ballocns bright posters an Cartoon dan FOIl, REXT-Adults only. First 868 house. Inquire R. F. Demo
first rest. Park
Mrs. Olga Starling, Mrs. Margaret Hampton: a half-brother. Marvin tional, Gainesville. yesterday that publication of the photographs of teen-age favorites beds private floor entrance apartment., Two Place. %tp J/1J
garage TV
Pauley. Mrs. Mabel ,McClellan.rs. Dirt of Starke; two half-sisters. April 23, Conference, Games list of homeowners who have fail in the entertainment'worla- REGULAR. ADMISSION Church aerial'u convenient Xf. location. 128 N. AVON COSMETICSOffers

Eleanor Privett, and Mrs. Mrs. Flcrrie B. Brown of ,Hampton I- ville. rd to apply for homestead exemption PRICES __ ltp

Pauline DeBore.,,aU of Lawtey; and Mrs.* Edith Haws' of Des May :3, District, Gainesville. resulted in a flurry of Final Figure FLOOR SANDING and Finishing

Mrs. Lois Colvin. Lennox, Ga.. Meines; Iowa,, and eight grand May 10 State Meet Gainesville. applications at' his office since Wed., Thur. Mar. 26, 27 Phone 4U-W. Calvin John ltche Women
Mrs. Gladys Pringle. Sanford: ; children. E. L. Birt of Hamptoais Jast.Friday. On Re-registration IELP Who Need
and 12 grandchildren. i ; a nephew. "We have had around 150 appli BIG DOUBLE FEATURE fEMALE- MALE &NI MONEYA
Stands At 1,159'Final
Funeral services were held in Revival Starts March 30 rations since publication of the MAN OR WOMAN-To take over
Library Week J'o ute of
the Evergreen Baptist Church Beginning Sunday. March 30, list," Long said, "but there are figures on the freeholder' HIGH HELLStewart btarke. Weekly established profits customers of $30.00 or in good earning: opportunity right
near Lawtey at 2 p. m. Sunday ..ake Thomas of Lake Butler will still about 275 homeowners who for the Special school more at start fOaslbJe0 car or In your own neighborhood. Join us

with Home DeWitt fIt? C. Jones Funeral conduct a week's meeting rt Sees have not yet applied.- bond registration election "April 19, after the and Derek )other ou get Investment started. necessary.Write C. R.Will Ruble.help' Classes.and train Apply In our immediately'beauty Conference for sereral -

charge'of arrangements. Hampton Christian Church. A ProgressContinued The deadline for homestead i exemption books were closed on Yiday, Rev. James Llngerfelt : Memphis Bradford County area. Write
ny 2 Tenn.
and Rev. sunrise service will be held at the itp ,
applications is Apnl 1. : Mrs. M >ta Brown, P. O. EMx
Edward Norman were,the officiat church on Easter Sunday, April from 1159.From AND Gainesville Fla. ?
ing Page 11 "I want everyone to have homestead Precinct U) Lawtey 135; FOR R'ENTbedroom furnished Itcha;
ministers. 6. the last day of the :nieetings.V exemption'who is entitled house. (32 Pioewood Dr. lliii i -a
started to get better." ((2)) North Starke b2u;- ((3) South month. Contact Mrs. Mary Dally per, FOR SALE-Folding Wheel Chair.
She reads about three books tc it: the issessor'sald.'abut I the Star&e 279; t4)) Graham 19\ ;, (o) ,--" f y' 1415 Dancy SL Jacksonville Fla. wrltf'Excellent Boy condition.24 Call H5 0-
h a RICHARD J'none EV S-2200. !tp S/!
cnly way, under the ,law. that 1 May Be seen by )
62 meressa ;
I week and says that at home she Hampton ; KiLEY.I,:: calling at (28 Pinewood Dr. Up
can crant it is upon application RiVer 31 and IS) Brooker FOR SALE ( room house. $U acres,
did not have the time. (7)) ; t miles East of Starke
LAKE of the property owner.* CARMEN FOR SALE-25 acres with 2 100. Phone U4."'. Highway
BUTLER BOTTLED GAS When the Gallup Poll on libraryuse 41.Rudolph.. SEVIllA 2 2tchg :/20
The list of those still remaining ; deep wells barn and other build
was taken recently only 17 ings 2 mi. S. W. of Lawtey. $;,008 WORK BY experienced
per cent of Americana were currently who have failed to apply.ek S SP.ANL5HA11t cash or 1.% down and terms. Contact: paper hanger. Phone 5JO-T.painter M and D'
Now Serving Starke reading a book and 61 percent being published again Cedric Ray and Clarence Mrs.Fla. G. F. Thompson 4tp Silver Springs 4-10, Starke.Aloia. Bee ent Rd.. Box: m"E"

had read no book except the and the assessor urges everyoneto Rosier1rL K. H. l scan the list carefully. sisters Sand Brothers. 1-OR SALE-AKC Registered black
Bible during the past year. It _..... 'k ;;:' cocker FOB BALK
to mind statement made "If jrou see the name of some, ;. Spaniel puppies. Reasonable >l.e K..... bi SaraUra Height
Cooking and Heating 7.50 Per Tank brings a '9 miles South of Starke on Rt 100. S
know the list GUARDIOIATCaiMOOUHT Wilfred Te bedrMus. livUr r..M. tllalar ,.....
by a man who was appointed as one you on tell nan iI i ke. Box -C, Starke. Fla. Utcfae.. tile bath carport and
'Cooking (only) 8.00 Per Tank president to a university, still in about it," Long saidhe. may I' TYUSConvalescent 2tch?.. ro.... Tills hu.e b.. beaitlf I..dry w...

the planning'stage'.. I have overlooked it. and you will .. FOR SALE-Dining room suit, white Joers.. .and Om\T h finUfaed'1,1" itwm with fine hr.Uere. .
: He said: "Give me' a library I be doing him a favor." Home"A tak formica top table and buffet, (sate* payaeat.HABRT .
PHONE{.AKE BUTLER HYATr MX chairs.-CIO Pinewood Dr.. Pine-
-:' 6- 351No C. ELBOD. JR. BEALTOB
and I will" build a university- a- Home Away From Home"' Plus "For Scenli-SIental fleaEons" taven. or phone 555. Itp S18 Temyle .1w,. Starke. FI..
j Gerald W. Johnson said. "When ASK TOUR DOCTOR SEE PEGGY-at Shepherd's TV for! FOR LEAn
V Charge For Installation_ create better public librariesyou wish to extend our heartfelt ABOUT US Upholstery, Drapes, Slipcovers and SITXCO SERVICE STATION
you Feat Cot era. 1 tch
:: This UatUa
ht Urt4 ..
thanks the and f. 8. Hi
to neighbors &h.
strengthen the foundation of Your Invited way 351. FIrst Sum Oil KUIUi .,
Joe Shaw our Democracy." friends for their kindnesses Inspection SHOP AT OUR CONCESSION NEW-It piece Waterless Cookwar* V.: H. Ml oath .1 faUahsB cad
sympathy shown during are KI1.fSe8on' Duty U IIl Dan;, fet. Ust price 'U.' Will sell for! .rth .f On I.. Will IraU ....,-.t.t
Bradford County can be proud theTa. STAND. S23.00 Free with this a. 9 piece carving .ppflea.t .l .nr ..,..... II am tsie
of the progress its library has cent loss of our loved [ 227 S. Thompson Ptoooc 153 and Steak Knife Set value IiSL prnlln.trlT ".I" t. fluas.
F j 1 I Essie Futcn nosier.-fintt nosier. Call anon 1 p. in. <0t a: Iwlgrareft ,, : irX OIL (OUPMH" .
I wde'I -_. ...... lip I p j.. ,o. BOX lit JackMatille f U'AGE .

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YYTTYTTTTTTTTYYYTTTYffYl visited their parents over the Says L. T. Dyer a< stings on my ankles alone." Results Mrs. Brooksey Griffis of Jackson- and Mrs. Hilman Waldron and
weekend.Mr. .
he had a headache next family of
Jacksonville. Mrs. Ruth
RISING and Mrs. Minza Rcval of day, that was all. His greatest ville.Mr.. and Mrs. W. J. Green and Starling Mrs. Gladys Cadle. and

Lakeland were weekend guests of 'Beesness'Is concern was for the number of family were in Jacksonville on the Hilton Waldron family of
By Mrs. Gordon Jane Robert Norman. t bees lost in the battle, for it is Saturday for a visit with Mrs. Starke.

AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPresently Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Crosby i true that honey bees die after Ruth Flynn. Mr. and,Mrs. J. D. Davis and
visited in Jacksonville Sunday
they sting. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Quincy family and Linda and Richard
visiting! Mr. and Mrs.A. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Norman Good! Using a smoke-box, fueled with Rosier during the weekend were Ray of Jacksonville visited the

C. Ellis are Mrs. Ellis' parents and Robert and Joe Norman visited dry wads of paper that had been Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Slade and fam- Vernie Padgetts on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. William Lee aid her I Mr. and Mrs. Mack Norman soaked in
saltpeter which looks ily of Hampton and the Edmond Mr. apd Mrs. Rowell Prevatt
brother Jim of Rochelle, i exas. jin i Lake City cn Sonday. Mr. Nor- L. T, Dyer of Lake Butler Is' like a big coffee pot with bellows Rosier family of Macclenny. and family were in Lake Butlerfor

Mrs. Maggie Norman haa been man is on the sick list. well known around this area for en the opposite side of the Mrs. Hubert Priest and family a visit with Mr and Mrs.

in Lakeland for the last .nonth Mr. and Mrs. Earnie Norman the fine honey his bees produce, spout, Mr. Dyer vividly pointedis End Miss Carol Fay Bradley were Ernest_ Southerland on Saturday
and Mrs. Evilee Jones visited
but is now back with her laughter I l>ut many still remember him as composed of two parts, the
i hopping in Jacksonville
friends and relatives in Lithia on Sat-, Mr. and Mrs., Leslie[ Phillip
Mrs. Maude Morris in Gain- a former county agent, both in brood chamber at the bottom, and
ever' the weekend. I urday. They with Mr. Priest at- and sons of Callahan were week-
esville. Bradford and Union Counties. the super containing the frames, tended the Air Show
on Sunday. end guests of Mr. and lifts, O. J.
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jones and YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYLONG Becoming interested in bees a- eight or ten. on top with a queen Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Higginbotham Phillips

daughter, Carolyn visited M:. and bcut 12 years ago, what startedout excluder between. The combs and daughter of Maxville I

Mrs. Robert Jones of B.ooker BRIDGE as a hobby has grown into a 3 1 which fiut in the frames are used Friday evening guests of the were Nathan Reddish Recent guests of Mfs. Mary
Mrs. Nellle.Osteen
Sunday. thriving business for Mr. Dyer over each year and it is these were .
The Misses Anna Ruth, AND NEW RIVER : # that the and Mrs Louise Smith of Tampa
Pcnsy bees
who finds inactivity .something:1 -1- .. fill with honey and Katie Padgett and Mr. and
and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Legate of
and Joyce Crosby of Jacksonville: Mrs. E. A. Sapp not at all to his liking. His bees I seal over with wax. The young,Mrs. Harry Wilkerson and daughter Crafton HI.Weekend .
now produce about 500 gallons bees feed on pollen also stored had
as Sunday dinner guests
u.4 &.. guests of Mrs. Red
[6,000 pounds] of honey a year. for them and grow from egg to Mr. and Mrs. James Padgett and
Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Turner of Some of the hives are on Mr. : n flying stage in about 21 days. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Padgett and dish were Mr, and Mrs. Roy Reddish

Ocala visited their daughter, Mrs. Dyer's home farm across from I When the frames are filled the daughter of Jacksonville. of Webster. They remainedover

come Crews Sunday.Mr. the Lake Butler High School but ; which fit in the frames are used Rev and Mrs. J. E. Norman until Tuesday morning Mr.

and Mrs. George Johns and most of his 80 hives are out in taken to the honey house. The and son, James of Jacksonville Bryant Hicks_ returned with themto

children were guests of the'Smith woodland areas. _i comb is decapped with a hot elec- hive moved into Mrs. Son Roster's Webster on his way to Plant

Johns last weekend. This year, because of the free- l ,a tric knife and put in the extractor home. Mrs. Rosier is spending I

I Sunday afternoon visitors of zes, he failed to take hives to the This hand-powered machine sometime with her son and daughters I City.Mrs.. Mildred Cox, of Jacksonville -

the James Lavender family were orange groves in February as he pulls out the honey by centrifugalforce in South Florida. visited her parents Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. John Roberts of and the honey is drawn off
usually does, and will net begin to
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Wilhowser Mrs P. L. Dinkins on Wednesdayand.
Hillcrest.We at a tap in the bottom.
collect honey this season until Gallberryand
of Maxville visited the Leonard attended the-funeral of Mrs.
are .glad Mrs. Ida Moody is May or June.Starling tupelo honey do not crystalize .
Prtvatts Cn Sunday aternoon.
Profit feeling a bit better after her ill- but score honey must be heat- Teare.
out at 18 the teacher
SharhigCOMING as John Starling, Vernie Padgett
and Leon
ness of last week. Her visitors ed to dissolve the crystals. It is Mrs. Raymond Subet
of school in Alabama birthday
a one-room and daughters attended a -
Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Man- then bottled, labeled and ready $taflns"6! : t Jacksonville wereguest3'of
Mr. Dyer was a grade party given for Richard Ray
nie Raulerson of Jacksonville.Mr. for market.All I rMr and Mrs Luther
teacher principal, and vocational i at the horn of his parents, Mr. <
and Mrs. Leslie Sapp and > P the work is not done by the Mrs. Hilliard on Sunday.
agriculture instructor in that end Jimmy Ray in Jackson-
two small daughters of Palatka bees for the ,
must be Deepest sympathy is extended
state until he came to Lake Butler ville on Saturday.
i were over to see their parents the in 1926 as County: Agent for their business apparently unruf- L T. DYER a former Bradford and fumigated, ready for use The Robert Waldrons had as to the Britt Rosier family> in the
Ethan Sapps Sunday afternoon. County Farm Agent,. and again. Mr. Dyer makes hives for
Union County. fled.But now guests during the weekend Mr. loss of their loved one.-
I Mrs. Press Swanford 'of Hunts- at mention of their "good the largest bee fanner in the his own use and for other bee-

ville, Ala. is enjoying a week'svisit During the depression years of nature" Mrs. Dyer smiled and area examines a frame of keepers. He says that now he is
1930-33 Union and Bradford
with her daughter, Mrs. Ann said, "Tell them about the time honey-producers that must be using ponderosa pine but used
his services
Counties shared
Gibson. as fed cypress when he could get it. You Are InvitedTo
mixture Cordially
a of half
Joe Dowling of High county agent. After that he work- you came home with 119 stingson sugar and
Mr. The industrious habits of the
ed full-time in Union until 1941, your ankles. half water through the cold
his mother
SOONIN Springs came to see bee must be contagious for Mrs.
when he back to Bradfordto told the months when flowers are few.
Mrs. Rhoda Dowling on Saturday. came Laughing, Mr. Dyer Dyer grows a vegetable garden The Formal Opening-
work- substitute for T. K. McClane,, tale "It when first start-
Bill Banks has been was we
Mr. the,Army but'had to go back to and has a large yard with many
STARKE! who called into the He ed with bees. I didn't know themso
in Sanford for several weeks. was army.
shrubs bulbs .
ing camp the next day; We had to and other flowers.Mr.
remained here until 1946. well but I did know that ofMURAL'S
He spent this weekend at home they Dyer also has some cows, does
with his will. Retiring in 1953 as Union County should not be moved at that time.It move them that evening. Well, cabinet making and is the secre-

Agent Mr. Dyer taught a vet- was very dry and some hives the bees just didn't like it and let tary-treasurer of the local Farm

erans' class in agriculture and devoted were placed out in the woods neara us know in uncertain. terms. Bureau. BEAUTY SHOP
more and more time to his house. The bees were flying They got under my shirt down Next year he plans to raise his

I. bees. He favors the Italian yellow to the for water and my 'neck, under own and to produce royal Pine Haven Subdivision
The difference in price between today's prescriptionsand and Caucasian varieties,, over pump my veil and we queens 610 Pinehurst Driye -

those of 20 years ago can easily be figured. The which are described as "good- bothering the people in the house. were both, stung-all over. We keptat jelly, which, beside being queen

difference is measured in dimes sometimes even in natured." He demonstrated by They insisted that we move them. it though and finally got the food, is now extensively advertisedby
cosmetic makers to
dollars. But how can we measure the difference in taking out several frames covered Acolored boy, who used to work hives on the- truck and moved. women looking young and beauti-keep MONDAY MARCH 24:

results? Surely, no value can possibly be put on a life with bees that continued about for me, was home on leave from When I got home we counted 119 ful. 3 6 P.M.

saved by a miracle drug that didn't exist 20 years ago! to
"rrrrrnrtrrrnrrTrrrrnLMYTEY weekend for a visit with Mr. and Friday night and Saturday with and family has as guests during

Mrs. Sammy Harris and Mrs. Mr.and Mrs.: Jim Phone.. 555
TODAY'S PRESCRIPTION IS THE BIGGEST Clemmie Lee. Baxley and Mrs. the weekend Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Refreshments
Susie Prevatt. Griffis, Mr and Mrs. James Wil-
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Futch had Mr. and Mrs. Andrew
BARGAIN IN HISTORY Wilkerson kerson and family, and Mr. and
as guests during the weekend Mr. ,
and Mrs. Henry Cassels and Mr. :

and Mr. and Mrs. Leon \
ooosa I
Miss Enza Blanchard had. aa .
Salus and family'of Hampton. '
DRUG STORE Sunday:dinner:;guests Mrs: Dorothy : '> :
Bolin and daughter. Patsy, Mr. and Mrs. William Pringle i. > : FLORIDA BANK AT STARKESTARKE "
79 end Miss Arthurine Blanchard of nd family,of Sanford Mr. and .
220 N. TempleSHEPHERD'S Phone '
Jacksonville. I Mrs. Rudolph Rosier and Mr. and <:_; : FLORIDA : .
:Mrs. Clarence Rosier rf Palatka
Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Teston and
= EOn of Jacksonville were recent and Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Colvin of: I i.,,:= : STATEMENT OF CONDITION -! .: I,' .=_ .. I
Lennox, Ga. visited Mrs. R. H :
guests of his father, J. B. Teston. -
Freddy Moore of southern Tech Futch, Britt Rosier and other {': ;. :.4" Condensed From Report To Comptroller, ", .

relatives during the weekend. .,. f ... ,
College. Chamble Ga. spent the I-, ,,4e-.., .... .,
._ presents weekend with his parents, Mr. Mrs. Effie Boatwright and : < .. "" ':"It: March 4, 1958 .. '.. .
and Mrs. Fred Moore. daughter Miss Merle and D. E > .'
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Guests of Mr. and Mrs Troy Boatwright visited; Mrs. Edna '. ".: ', ., : :J.

Bennett and Gary during the Manning and family in Glen St. .. .',:!,' l'.-..... ". .
weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Mary on Sunday. .. : .. -
: ResourcesLoans
v. Williamson and sons of Gaines- Mr. and Mrs. James Starling of: ,. ., .:..

'- ville and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Starke were Sunday dinner guestsof > -,

-( Bennett and son of Starke. Mr. and Mrs. Josie Starling.Mr. and Discounts '.

The H. T. Markham family of and Mrs. N. B. Hamilton .. $1,203,651.18
and daughter of Gainesville were
Gainesville were here on Sunday I
for.a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Dan weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Banking House, Furn. & Fixtures 17765.92

W. Starling. H. H. Hamilton. On Sunday, they, .
h ,
Mr. nd Mrs. Walter Wilkinson with Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hamilton Prepaid Expenses .M96.27

spent the weekend in Jackson- celebrated Lynn's birthday anniversary .

ville with Mr. and Mrs. Cecil with a family dinner. Other Resources 972.65

Do'obs and family. Marvin and Billy Thompson of '''' .
Mr. and Mrs. George Prevatt Jacksonville called on the Roy Accrued Int. & Income Receivable 19,627.28 :
oNLY_ + + a and family attended services at Griffis family on Sunday.Mr. .

Maxville Baptist Church on Sunday -i tnd Mrs. Pete Crawford U. S. Government Securities 2193010.75 .

189.95 .. I and were dinner guests of and sons had as Sunday guests

1 Mrs. Vondee Durrance. Mr. Pre-I Mrand Mrs. Earl Crawford and
vatt spoke at both services. family, of Lake City and Mr. and Fla. County and Municipal Bonds 228,534.83Other

r I Mrs. John Shuford and Dave I Mrs. Gerald Crawford'of Kingsley I

TUowitaiy a...... "t : .hi.. had as weekend guests' Mr.' and' Lake. State and Municipal Bonds 171,075.95
_We "Hi....." Mrs. Joe Shuford and family of Mr and Mrs. Buddy Starling

bark gray fuMfl.fIN"".III. Ottxr...y tux.' St. Augustine.Mrs. and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Higgin- Cash on Hand and Due From Banks 261,218.20 2,873,467.01

fdw.WR21TIu Georgia Ann Sapp had as botham of Baldwin visited Mr.

Sunday afternoon guests Mr. and I ana Mrs. Theopclis Reddish and 4097353.03; .
IcAVIcToR the H. C. Harley family Sat- .
TVA Mrs. Everitt Burney of Jacksonville on I. '"LrfUtolt.*:: -
Mr.and Mrs. Fred Haislop urday.
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-'k"; ,
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Guests of Mrs. Nellie Wilkerson : .' :
and daughter, Mrs. Inez Kelly,i .' ..
nw kind of labU.TV ba ck" ds.1ift t. and Mrs. Bob Haislop of Starke.1 en Sunda'y were Mr. and Mrs. .. .

for anew high in TV enJOYN..w "f\ol.t0?,0" Rev. George Chism, Pastor of: Virgil Griffis and daughter, Lynn Liabilities

ment-RCA Victor's flodkfra. _fd' dos nd-\I' ; Highland, Baptist Church will: Bock and Mr. and Mrs. Manus t.w 1- -
It save ipace-yet bring stbb'k- ; I Griffis and sons of Jacksonville.A ; .:
services at the '
conduct "
the brightest clearest"MinorSharp" 0 Or w'e Z prayer Capital Stock '.: !f '. 150 000.00
t '
you CO,,'?s H home of Mrs. Senie Prevatt on delightful Bridal shower was .. ,
picture ever. "One-toud\ '.
given for Mrs. Billy Carter by ,
afternoon at 4:30. i -
Has Improved Balanced Fidelity 0 N.oct-O If eontfO' <.:..t!: Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Pearce had Mrs. Ollie Pick and Misses Cecil Surplus ''-* -,%; 175,000.00
FM Sound,tool! *: ?
Q. ;, ,..,'::.:,::Y''';# .'..,...:-'tJ as Saturday night guests Mr. and and Macel Conner at the Pick "- ,
Mrs. Louie M. Sapp Mrs. ''Clyde I home on Friday evening. 'i Undivided Profits 18,209.03 343,209.03

Com&lfl toddy tU r Bradshaw and daughter, Mary Mr. and Mrs. Janie Clark of m ,. ,.
l clM--U tf>YWI Mf"j>llc o|.'*..
Bob, of Tallahassee.Miss Macclenny visited the D. B. Reserve for 100,255.19
,A* U t A.*ICA Vkkt hdvy W.CMrad uclva1nly lot ICA Vkhr ut*....... Patsy McStephen of Jack- Thomas family on Sunday.Mrs. Contingencies

sonville was the Sunday guest of G. L. Sapp of Heilbronnwas
Miss Rose Mary Sheets. the Thursday guest 'of Mr. Reserve for Taxes, Interest, Etc. -c- 36,706.46

I Mrs. L. L. Brown and grand- and Mrs. L. S. Tanner. ;: ,. '
Interest & Income Collected Not Earned 28,911.10
daughters and Mrs. Jones of Lees-. Herman Pringle and W. C. Grif- Fe-
called on Mrs. Edward Beebe' fis of Fort Jackson. S. C. and Neil '

TV ServiceAll at ourg the school on Monday after' Dickinson of Jacksonville spent Dividends Declared, Not Payable :i ..:..;.tp-: .: 2,000.00

noon. Sunday with Mr. and :Mrs. D., G.
I Mr. and Mrs. Brad Norton, Mrs. Wilkerson.Mrs. I Other Liabilities 118.17
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Selma Eunice and the Harold Lee Green and daughters *, -, .
; .
Eunice family had as weekend visited Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Colsonin Deposits : 3,586,153.08

guests Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lane and Jacksonville on Saturday. _,
Work Guaranteed Free
Estimates family of Del nd, and Jimmy George Prescott entered Veter- $ i097i353,03p

Fully Equipped Dependable Eunice of Middle Georgia College, tns Hospital in Lake City on Sun- : ,;.. .. ,
I Cochran. Ga Jimmy is spending day morning. L. PJlafuse entered

the Spring Holidays here. Doctors Hospital in Starke on -
J All Makes and Models -.. ,"
Sunday afternoon.Mrs. .
The R. L. Smiths of Keystone

Heights and the George Kerseysof Christobel Valenti and
R. Mrs. Robert and daughter FLORIDA BankOne -, /
Starke visited Mr.and Mrs. Neyers ;

1 SHEPHERD'S RADIO & TV L. Bradley and family on Sunday.Mr. of Jacksonville spent the .. .. .,

., and Mrs. Robert Carlton weekend with Mrs. Mattie Carter 'at St.rke .
II ,
t INMAN GREEN, Owner snd family of Jacksonville were and family. of 28 Banks in the Florida! .:.;.

Saturday overnight guests of the I Charles Tanner was the Sunday -G f'I. .

TV Radio .- Seat Coiers Upholstering Frank Cruce family. guest of John Norman in Highland r.: National Group (- ,.t ': J. .

Mr. and Mrs. Horace Reddingand on Sunday.
Phone 239 Starke, Fla. family of Jacksonville were Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hiatt and 4 i

Sunday dinner guests of the Louin daughters spent the weekend at MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION
Color 1.V. Headquarters beddings. their place pn Crystal River.

Mr. and Mrs.R.E. Lee and clu'1dren Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Prevatt and

were in Enigma Ga., this daughter of Jacksonville spent J

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. AAAA..A.A the'fun and.share your.luck withus. A baked goods concession will t..ts.m.n..v..t Tampa Santa Maria Calif. all to deliver the morning message
be operated by the Woman's Club saying "measles chickenpox, flu and we feel that all enjoyed the I I

HIGHLIGHTS} ROTARY Ti-HOLD | Keystone Heights. CLAY HILLby and whooping cough. Glad all sermon. We learned that this;

"HAM SHOOT" MARCH 29 Official candidates for trusteesare of ours are grown and have had church was organized just 48

: By }(n. f. BusaeH Toons"LAWRENCE Get ready to shoot for your :"H. H. Surrency fromDistrict Mrs J. L. StricklandJr. these long ago. Now they know years ago. Jim Strickland worked
. Easter ham on Saturday, March. 3;. Beddisa Anar.ttu-rOm District what mother and dad had to com- and talked and WALKED until

.. ..- .-.- .rw.- -.- .- .- .- .-".-.-..-..'..-.. .... .._. _._._._._._._._._.wwwww.___ ..... .y yy 29. The Shoot will be held at the 5; Hicks Griffin from District 7. LA&&A&a a& &AAAAAA bat.Ole he get the church organized on

. BOULEVARD usual spot, behind Don Pang- Additional candidates for each Padgett was at the Strick- Jan. 2, 1910 with himself as the
Colonial Hills Baptist Mrs.
Church and
Sam Saunders of
WIDENING SET born's place. Jess Lewis, Buster district'may .be nominated from lands' house last week and showed first pastor. Most of the charter
Atlanta Ga.. will be the speakerat Green Cove -
Springs visited
: Mayor Beasley reports, following Park-oI-the-Palms. March 22- [Chairman] and Lloyd the Qoor. I Stricklands Monday evening of us a very painful finger. She members have gone on to their Ae
a av meeting of the' State Road Singley are the committee for the NEW BOOKS ON HAND had burned it and then someone future home.
29. Mr. Van Gorder is the pastorof last week. All should have heard
: Department at Gainesville recently a church supporting 89 mis- event. Tickets will be available! -ThiS is National Library Weekand Jim and Sam rehearsing their slammed the car door on it. We All seem to want to know about
that the widening of Lawrence sionaries from members of the Rotary Club\ Mrs. Emery Cooper librarian hope it is soon well. have not been
and brings a strong cattle and hog catching and dif- our hunting. We
of Keystone Heights. Jim Strickland enters Duval ProfitSharingShupp
: Boulevard [State Road 211 announced that eleven more n'ew
message. ferent episodes 'in lie. They were hunting but the skunks have been
The program for the Rotary books for Medical Center Tuesday for surgery -
. will begin shortly and should be Sextette From BryanA children are ready for really living in the
past more
meeting on Friday was presentedby to remove a cancer from the hunting us. Two of them have
c reading and
completed by June I, barring unexpected mixed Sextette will bring a seven. new books for than the present roture.Butthe
: delays. The street will Al Watson. Special Services adults. or side of the tongue, root of the been caught so they will not dig
program of music on the eveningof most [
interesting we think]
be widened total of ten tee five March 29. Further announce- Chairman. His talk gave information BENEFIT.. BRIDGE SLATED ;part of the visit was getting a tongue, jaw bone and throat. up the back yard and garden any v

: feet on either side. The segment of ment will be made next week. on the work of his committee Mri+ .F.L ?ee.Win'b. hostess .food look at Sam's beard and This one is not a skin cancer so more. The place might smell a

. highway to be widened runs from This group ..comes from Bryan on Club Service. ..at her home on Little 'Keystone little derby. Now let's all laugh! is much more serious. It seems little peculiar to some but the
Mayor M. L. Beasley and Hunt- that he has the sympathy of all
Highway 100 to the below Lake'on April 10 for dessert '
curve a
University, Daytpn, Ohio. When Sam got out of the car we skunks have gone away.
: ley Redfeara. Jr. were installedas : bridge Jor'.the'benefit but that does not remove the
Town Hall
the or the entrance SATURDAY FIRE CALLS of the didn't know who that important
members of the Club: pain and suffering.We .
0 to the beach. Building Project'of St Anne's
Grass fires at Lake Brooklynand man was behind the beard. When NEW GULF DEALER
: Gene Williams, chairman ofStreet.s WOMAN'S CLUB TO ENJOY Episcopal Church..There will be attended church services at
Grandin called out the fire he came closer we all had a good
PROGRAM ON ART bl'e' Highland again Sunday and are O. J. Paulips Jr. of 3tH Weldon
Committee, states that .department last Saturday, but no aoor.d, prizes for the twoparties' I laugh. He tried to persuade the
the' Mrs. Marshall Gamble will be ; !beginning at 1 I glad to say that there were :20! St., took ever the Gulf
: palms now lining the lowerpart serious damage was done. one ? p. :myUtd Stricklands to be in the centen- Starke COMING SOONIN
. of this segment will be re-set !HOOK 'N LINE the featured speaker at the Wo the other at 8 p. m. Ticketsare nial parade in Green Cove but we mere in Sunday school than the dealership at the newly constructed -
man's Club luncheon: program .available from 'members' of week before. Mrs. Chism was un-
either in public parks, or preferably SHELL CRACKERS are begin- made We learned
I no promises. service station in Lawtey on
: meeting on March 25 at 1 p. m. the Auxiliary. able to attend as she was taking !
on the private properties ning to bed Dick St. John that the Saunders' grandchildrenin STARKE
Her program will include free care of her invalid mother. We Saturday, March 15. He is the
adjoining this area, if this is agreeable caught his limit last weekend. I CHURCH: { EWSThe' Starke have had measles and:
: with the owners. Richard Butler caught four two- hand 'sketching in connection Baptist. chicfcenpox. also missed Aunt Zettie Padgett son of O. J. Phillips of Lawtey.
with a talk on "Human Charii- and others. Zettie surely has
A to felt by many that thee pound bass. Earl Cox caught five Annie. Armstrong Seasonof It seems that folks in other
been in the bad
widened highway will be a distinct small bass and one seven pound: cteristics in Flowers. The musical Prayer was observed at the parts of the world are having .I damp weather
: portion of the program will feature First Baptist Church of too much and her flu has taken SECRET !
advantage in the. handling of er, Biggest catch recorded atRutledges' Keystone chickenpox and measles and flu. HEARING
I hold of her
Mrs. A. E. Anthony and Mrs. March again or she would
heavy summer traffic and will Fish Camp was marked Heights on Tuesday, 11. We .have had letters from New-
: greatly increase the safety, especially up for R. E. Jones' eight pound Ralph Felix. There will also be Mrs.;> MrsCora; 'IMarshburn., Prayer! port News, Va:, Warwick. Va., I have J. L.been Strickland present. called
. small exhibit of paintings by was on
in the shopping area bass. All the above were recordedat Chairman, directed the season of
PARK-OF-THE-PALMS Rutledges'. Gamble 'and Mrs. Norman P, prayer, beginning at 10 a: m.

: Speaker' From Atlanta Jacksonville cottage owners are Thompson. .Those participating were'.Mrs. Ted Thaw Our Business r r x 9 "

Rev Paul Van Gorder of the down cleaning up and getting Membership in the Club is i 0 le6bJ. president of the WMU;
.. ready for the fun of outdoor life opeq and those desiring to join 'Mrs. Stella Stanley, Mrs. C: T. .If It's Glass We Have It!

: KEYSTONE in the coming months. They will may do so at this meeting.At Parker, ,Mrs.Roy:" Chasteen, Mrs. CALL WRITE or VISIT

get around to fishing soon, especially the business meeting .held James Puckett, .Mrs. Russell, and .\ gdt
: J JEWELERSExpert when they hear about Tuesday, March 11, a date- was Mrs Adams.] 'The: ,talks'on the Joe Peters Glass Co. < .

Watch the good catches now being made. set for the Blood Bank Drivebe fA various phases of .mission Work.followed 0 \

It RepairingQuality Call in at Rutledges' or Walker's held on April 23 at the Club JE -. ,by A' period ,ojt
. Woe Jewelry Sport Center to report your House. The Mobile Untt from the prayer for the particular mission FOR ANY GLASS NEED

. !- Walter t M.Muhlhofer- catches. With this good weather Alachua County Hospital will be field described. Luncheon follow We Design Modern Store Fronts

.a there'll be good fishing-so join in Keystone and .the staff will be ed the .meeting. Just Mail Us A Pattern for

.- assisted by volunteers from the The Sunday School Officers Table Tops

: TUCKER FABRIC SHOP Woman's Club! Some 40 donnors and Teachers met Friday even- 1313 NW. 4th PL Gainesville Fla. Phone FR. 24353

.. -- are needed. If you have not given I. ing. The"subject, "Visitation for

: New Drapery Fabrics Exciting, Refreshing, New blood within the year and feel the Church and S. S. SchooL"was .
that you can qualify as a donor<) < ,. discussed by the pastor, Rev.J. KL
a Designs 10QO Samples to choose from. Florals,
: Conventional please plan to participate at this R. Smith, A. G: Loudon, super-
Tropicals.: Designs, .Antique Velvets
time. This bank is constantly being intendent Mrs. Smith and Gene
:. ESTIMATES FREE-Keystone Heights-Phone 2861 drawnupon: and must .be re- Williams. SUPER
. plenished. The Baracca Class met-at the
. 1- nominating committee was E. L. Brice home oh Thursday
named to select officers and directors evening. John Camp led the devotional I

:S._ E. ;_M 9 AY"-- ALTOR for the coming year Mrs. The subject. of.visitationwas
George Phelps is chairman. Serv- discussed..Mayor M.,L. Beas-

: Senior Member Society Jtesidential Appraisers ing with her are Mrs. H. I. ,Ste- ley is the Class Teacher.. b

. vens, Mrs. Herbert Nelson: Mrs.A. Community ChurchA
. Cleared Lake Lots, road Attractive Location.
good Hiway F. Crosby, and :Mrs. Russell. : party attended by some 35 S This is all you wear with the new Sonotone half-
. Band s.goed! "shade.. 'Low- .Liveable-, partly r furnished- Young. young people of the Intermediateage sue
. down payment. 'Easy: terms. home. Business property. The question of joining the Na- group was held in the educational s U ounce hearing aid. Women tuck it behind the ear,

$1250. 5350. tional Federation -of Women's building of the Community UA then cover"with hairdo. No cord down the neck,

: Lake home in town. ? BR, Cement For Rent: Unfurn. Apt., !$35 Clubs will be presented for vote Church on Saturday evening, i nothing worn anywhere else. Contains smallest
. at the next regular business meet- March 15. Games were enjoyed 4ti
Block. Tile bath. Car month. In center of town. At-
used in hearing aid. Ideal for Summer
ing in April. during the evening and after re- ----\f battery ever
: Port.'Neat; Good location. Good tractive home in town, ,nearschool :
. term. The Woman's Club will have freshments the party was closed sports clothes for both women and men.
[. 9975. $85. mo.
. the baked goods concession at the with a friendship circle bene i

r meeting of the Clay Electric CoOperative diction. Mr. and Mrs. Kyle Mc- snacktime
. At anytime-
Association Meeting on Murtry and W. L. Reynolds Jr., for SONOTONEHEARING
: For Your Coven/ence March 27. Members are urged to were sponsors for the group. any delicious Super Sue flavor

.. contact Mrs. Emery Cooper and On alternate weeks the building superiorflavor really hits the spot. Serve i

list their donations.. ,and recreational facilities will ,this good food today. Super Sue CENTER
: Our "Come Drive-In Window *" :
. as you are CLAY ELECTRIC''CO'Op. be used by the older teen-age is super good-.it's. superior.
- TO HOLD ANNUAL MEETING group and the younger group.. MAGNOLIA HOTEL TUESDAY, MAR. 25TH
HOURS: Mon. Thur., 9 AM 4 PM
.. The'Annual meeting of the Clay Senator Tom Adams will be the VII Popular Flavors/ Cones,Cups,Pints,family' to-Gallon
.. FRIDAY 9 AM 6 PM Electric Co-Operative will be held speaker at the Men's Club of the Hours: 10.12 A.M.

r on Thursday,March 27. The business Community Church at their program -

a KEYSTONE STATE BARK meeting will begin at 1 p. m. supper meeting on Match

Y in the office of the Cooperativeat 24. He will speak on the Consti

AI N Keystone Heights- Fla. Keystone. Music and enter- tution, a subject of vital interest. HURRY HURRY 1 1S

AI.. Member F.D.I.C. tainment will be in progress between Reservations may be made with *

10 a. m. and 1 p. m. Free John Ellis, Col. David Nelson, or
: A Friendly Bank in a Friendly Community
lunch will be served on the Don Pangborn, president. For
rr grounds preceding the meeting. those who would like to hear Sen- .
-- ator Adams but are not able toI I

attend the supper meeting, .his DAY LEFTFREE.
Y talk will begin shortly after 7 p. .
Y ,
m.. following the supper at 8:30, r
and the business meeting.

a.. A newly organized sewing groupof .

the Women the Community
Church has finished and turned .
; $_ .. .
over to Bradford County Hospitala
a zs.r _
number of bandages and., receiving -

continue blankets.to do special The group sewing will for 14 FT. B. G. SPECIAL BOAT i

the. hospital and for other special '
projects. ot the Welfare Committee. > r = .ot... ,,,.::,.f.-,4. I'i.'t' ... -',, ..If,' i i4l

St..Annes! Episcopal: ChurchAs WV a it d' 1 r "'"II.-- ; ':

reported in last week's issue
of the Telegraph, the Church ha ,
; : approved plans for their pew

r _a, I .c _a a' building and plans are now under- -
.. -
-' "- LkA
way for raising the funds necessary I !

; fpr this project. .
The" Thursday evening activityfor

classes for teachers will, be

1 d s want held on March 27.
< Mt If you happier KEYNOTES


SPRING HOLIDAYS M)ton n... 'y -'
Starnes, Al Watson, and Bruce
Prevatt, students at Emory -al

Oxford, are home for a few x
of spring vac tion. Eulie Rushtqn
((140.200_AMP) '
of Georgia Tech is also at hpme
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visiting: his, parents.
Home on leave between lId and
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Paul Bird who will go to Brunswick -

a ec ... Ga. for several weeks special -
;'-,"'-'" training after this w ek's
l ave. He is visiting his 'gr4ndmptheri -

;*,-t; K; .Mrs. Ella Bird. ,

'. .Rev. and Mrs. J. R. Smith were
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a the Baptist Church following)the

-,,,....,,.:'" ;'', I evening- service- on Sunday. COMPLETE WITH 18 ,H.P. JOHNSON MOTOR AND MURRAY TRAILER
A 'party from Keystone, enjoying ..

..r.. the "Grass Roots" Opera

. .. I I, -t .Eu fs"LJowing?Lights %hen appliances go on?TV picture shrinking? ; vanni sentation on Thursday of Mozart's evening Don pio-at TO BE GIVEN AWAY ,SAL, MAR.. 29TH, 1958- 7:30: P.M.

You're re: bring robbed of the full benefit. of modern_.electric living-and th -University were Col. Emma

.'.. ydf J bWause )ou're without Full Housepowcr. The remedy i is simple$ ', Vogel, Miss Cleva Carson,'George : .DRIVE IN AND REGISTER NOW!
Massa, and Rev. and Mrs. J.. Russell ..- .
1.100300) tltrtrit terrier, rids the right tin Mini leading ill'.1OCIr Aoase.a Young. c'-" -
S. E. McKay remains a patient
!Lurfr.n..igk tririg iiuUtyaur..........Mid ample cimiits,eu Tees,anJ statelet in the Riverside Hospital in Jack- NO PURCHASE: NECESSARYIMP

: to trrp year prnrnt. applianttt-** *sH m* thoseyo'U aid in ytan l..t m<-* r sonville. where he is undergpjng

: uvrliag tl tof_rffidtnc)r' .' ; some tests and treatment.
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A. > HFLORIDA ** Pa. last week when Mrs. J. noW: : E

ard de Arment Mrs. D. IX: IQrk=- E .

Mr Patrick Mrs. Carl Gilbert and Mr?.

<@ I POWER i LIGHT COMPANY ; Charles their South way Florida.Crandall home They after stopped were a trip by guestsat on to 4 'S STATI I O'Nl

the Villa Plumosa -
Court. 7 No. Ave. U. S. 301
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St Edward's Church attend. More information and details The Fourth Division, of the American of Pine and Chestnut Sts. after I jig on and we want to have a very in charge of the program. The

will be given later; The next Legion andAux. liars will 5 p. m. Remember the last day fine program. Sis. E. J. Givens general public is invited to attend.
St. Edward's Starke meeting will be held in the home hold their Constitutional Con- for mailing is April 15; i! reporter Prayer meeting each Wed.esdaynight.

Mass, 10 a.,m. Sunday. of Mrs. A. C. Ellis on April 10th. ference at Dunnellon on Sunday i'hurch NewsEbenezer Macedonia Baptist Church vThe I Can Circle" meeting -
I CHURCH NEWS Holy Day Masses 6:30: and 8:30a. : AU members are urged to come March 30. President Pauline! Mar- Baptist Church I Macedonia Baptist Church each Saturday. Plan to at

m. and bring someone interested in shall is planning' fine program Ebenezer Baptist Church Rev.l t Hampton held regular service on tend service at "Freewill" on SUn-

Stations of The Cross, Friday, this work. After the business pnd is asking as many of the unit Robinson pastor held regular' Sunday with Rev. Johnson pastor 'ay. Sis. Gladys Blye, reporter

u ,,. 8p, m. meeting delicious refreshments members as possible to attend. communion service starting with sn charge. The funeral of the late

Catechism Class for children were served to the ladies.by the Commander Stafford 'Sapp, Jr. is Sunday School at 10 a. m. Supt. ,. Samuel Gibbs was held at the
every Saturday 9:30 a. m. hostess. rskinj- the same support from the Bryant in charge. The morning'' hUTCh last Friday with full mili- .s youa
after church ff
At The
Tabernacle for informal feDowihip. Very glad to report that Roy men of Pest 314. Election of of- Message was filled with! fire' and : tary escort from Valdosta G*.

I I I St. Williams, Keystone Hts. Clemmons is up and feeling bet- fjcers will take place at this meeting inspiration as delivered by our Gibbs was killed while serving hi'

Much of the fine teaching of I Wednesday, 7:30: p. m.- Prayer'I [Follow Highway 21 south to St. ter.Mrs. so come out and vote for the I jutor.V; e are very proud of him (the army overseas. He leaves to
the Southeastern Bible College,' Meeting in the Men's Sunday William's sign R. L. Morgan and daughter persons of your choice to render! and invite all the people in this mourn his loss a host of relatives! r

Birmingham, Ala., was evident! School room of Fellowship Hall. Sunday Mass 8:15: a. m. Joyce visited Mrs. Jewell Eddy "Service ,for God and Country." rounty to come and hear him, and friends. Mrs. Claro B. Clark .p AY

through the ministry of the group. Thursday. 7:30: p. m.Chancel I Holy Day Mass, 7:30: a. m. who is a patient in the Alachua All the newly elected officers of every: first and third Sunday when i I end family are deeply grateful to

from the school at the Gospel Choir rehearsal I Confessions before all Masses. Hospital in Gainesville Sunday Auxiliary 314 are asked to be present possible. He always has an inspiring iJl! the church members, pastor,

Tabernacle Friday ,night Sunday morning service is i iI afternoorL" at this meeting as the instal- message. We deeply appreciate -' community friends and county
An inspiring message on "Sal- CHRISTIAN CHURCH Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Crosby lation services will be held. They our choir and the neighbors for all the donations
broadcast over station WRGR pro itSharingCOMING
vation" was brought Sunday visited with Mr, and Mrs. E. L. will take their new offices Sunday press it is making under j gird services during her recent
our new
morning by the and I from 11:30 to noon. A nursery is Brother 'Jake Thomas of Lake June 1. A i loss
sponsor, the Walker of Jacksonville Sunday friendly reminder of pianist, Mrs. Martin, .who comes May God bless and keep ar'of
evening message was taken from provided during the morning wor- Butler will begin a week of pre- afternoon. the new official family: President, nil the way 'from Ocala to render" you. Sister Lizzie Walker Sul-

John 4:22.Plans: i Easter services at the Christian Mr. McCormick of the State Mrs. L. M.' Royal, first vice, Mrs. service. May God continue to bless}l.van, reporter.

are now underway to extend ship.A warm welcome awaits you at Church of Hampton on Palm Sun- Ffaria is visiting 'this week with Martha Whitley, second vice- her and give her strength for toil Bethlehem :Freewill Baptist .
the his daughter'and her family. Mr. pres. Mrs. Coream McNeil tharch;
missionary work of the secre- and chance for
service. We had
the activities of the First Metho- day, March 30, at 7:30: p. m. a
Tabernacle group. Everyone is cordially invited to and Mrs. Ernie Johns. tary, Mrs. Pauline Marshall, very successful church conferencelast Bethlehem Freewill Baptis

Persons without a church home cist Church. attend.HEILBRONN. Pearson Cox from the Univer- treasurer, Mrs. Ella Pearl Bur- Saturday which made the Church, Rev. L. McKay pastor will

are invited to hear the teaching sity in Gainesville spent the week- roughs Sgf. -at arms, Mrs. Alma pastor anxious to "drive and go hold Men's Day on Sunday. At 2

messages delivered at the regular FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHOF vvtnAyy1/ TTTTTTI end'with his parents, Mr. and Jenkins, chaplain, Mrs. Sophia forward." Let tic stand by as!p. m. New Bethel Baptist Church,

services LAWTEYThe Mrs. Eddie .Cox. Royal, historian Miss Mae Fran- members and support his very Rev. A. Vinson pastor and choir

t Faith Baptist Church of Keith Reddish and Mrs. ,Free ces Jenkins financial secretary, line program. Due to the Ions will have charge of service, at 4

Methodist Church Lawtey will hold a Revival each I man Crosby visited Jacksonville Mrs. Altamese Chandler. Past distance from Ocala to Starke, I J: m. Rev. White and his congregation SOONIN

evening at 7:30: beginning on I Tuesday. Eleventh District President. Fan- regular choir rehearsal will beheld ; will have charge. Rev. J.

Sunday, 9:45: Church School Monday March 24, and including By Mrs. Harvey IlcCartbyt&aaaaaaaaa&aa&aa. Sorry I didn't have an officialfarmer's nye Sapp. is expected to install immediately after each P. Franklin will also speak during

for all ages. 11 a. m.. Morning Sunday, March 30. A. E. Massey, .....&& bulletin for you this these officers. morning service. All.members ar:? the day. 'At 7 p. m. Rev. Collins STARKE!
week George out of District. Missionary PresidentAt asked to attend the and his congregation will have
Worship. 6:15: p. m., DineAMitefor pastor, said that Gospel, Doctrinal Huggins was morning service
Hello Friends, and a happy the recent conference of the so that charge. Deacon S. W. Newman is
MYP. 6:45: Worship and busi- Services and Gospel singing will town and wouldn't be returningin they can remain for
ness meetings of Senior and Intermediate be included with Elder J. E. "Ed" spring season to all. I'm a little time for me* to get the infor- Lake City District"which was held choir practice. Sis. Ranell English

Fellowships. 7:30: p. Pierce, pastor of the Grace Baptist confused about the exact day mation for you.. About the only at.Mt. Pisgah A.. M. E. Church, reporter. ALVAREZ' Men's Clothing

m.. Evening Service. The young Church of Samoset, Fla. con- spring begins. The calendar says news I know concerning the farmsis Mrs. Elizabeth Givens was'eiected Allen Chapel A. BL E Church II STORE Established 1394 I

people meet in a home each week ducting the meetings. today and the dictionary states that the land is still wet. A lot president of the Missionary De- Allen Chapel A. M. E. Church.
tomorrow, the 21st. is the first of farm equipment and cars are partment of the Lake City Dis- Pev. L. A. Sampson, pastor: will
day of spring. However, both references getting stuck in the mud, and trict.: This includes all the mis- hold regular service on Sunday

FIRST BAPTIST Church StarkeRev. seemed to agree that it the weather doesn't. seem to be sionaries of Bradford,.Union, Columbia starting with Sunday School at ANNOUNCING
June 21st. when and a part of Ahchua '
will last till sum- clearing fast. '0 a. m. Supt. Irene Thomas in .
be declared. Counties. Sister Givens is the local -
mer will officially charge.
May God Bless each of you and Regular trustee service
Lewis D.. Haines, Pastor time of president of 'the missionary
Spring is a very pretty member church on Sunday and will be held and sermon at 11 a. A COMPLETE
Jefferson and Court Streets In the Heart of Town our'year.. Thus whether it starts Prayer Meeting on Wednesdaysend society of Allen :Chapel A. M'E. m. by the pastor.
today or tomorrow I for one, am church and has done splendid job.
Phones: Office 234 Pastorium 130 very glad to see it arrive. that Heilbronn welcomes one We hope her work in the broader The Baby Contest sponsored by SERVICE FOR THIS AREA
and all! to gather and worship at the Missionary Society will ter-
The WMU held its business area will be even more success-
the appointed times bye now. e minate at 3
SUNDAY SERMONS 11:00 A. L 7:30 P.M. meeting at the church Thursday ful. She is also teacher of special will be furnished p. m. Special music
by a group of
R. L. Morgan education at RJEJenkins Elementary -
evening. Mrs. pre
Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:30 P.M. sided. Mrs. Bill Green gave the and manager- owner of RJE cf Mrs.teachers M. J. under White the This direction special Air Conditioning Installations

Psalm 98 and the 11IIICHLAN.D the Reno Theatre.
Midweek Service Wednesday 7:30 P.M. Devotional elfort is being made for renova-
Mrs. Jimmie Lee Successful Surgery
opening prayer. tion of the church and improvement Refrigeration
read the minutes in the absenceof Sister Sampson White is home,
A FRIENDLY WELCOME AWAITS YOU of the windows. All boards "*
the secretary, Mrs. Russell Redding By Mrs. Lacy No6Aaaaa. up' and out'again after a very, and leaders are asked to make a "' *
AT THE FRIENDLY CHURCHMadison Projects for the month were successful operation at Bradford q'All
AIJa&&aa&aa&aa good final report at 6 p. m. after Heating ". >' .::
planned and discussed. Closing County Hospital. She is deeply the evening worship. ,.. ""," ,
prayer was offered by yours truly. Mr. and Mis. Harry Taylor and grateful to all the members and
w Bro. Levy Lennon is ,
) Deepest sympathy is extended son of Middleburg.....visited the friends of her church for the very chairman >
to the family of Mrs/'nsie Futch Lacey Normans Sunday afternoon. fine expressions during her illness. of the Trustee Board and is ask- Service Guaranteed r \ '

Street Church Rosier. May the Good Lord bless Mrs. Ellen Norman visited her She can be reached at home and ing the full cooperation and sup-
Baptist port of all members. On
and comfort each member of this parents near Lawtey Friday.Mr. the cafe. She is an employee of Sunday ,
March 30 at 3 the missionary Over 25 Years
fine lady's family and all her ., and Mrs. Bud Wilkinson of New Method Cleaners. Starke. p. m. Experience
(Presently Meeting Washington and Grand Sts.) many friends as only He can do. Maxville visited the Lacey Nor- Bond Eelection society will present a pre-
Easter tea at the church. Theguest
Visitor, Neighbor, Friend Let This Be A Cordial Invitation Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Solano and mans Thursday evening.Mr. The books for re-registration speaker will be Mrs. Gloria

To Worship In Starke's Youngest Church daughter Sandra were in St. and Mrs. Floyd Norman closed! last 'Friday and 'the voting McFadden, special music by the S.
Augustine Saturday visiting rela- and son, visited friends and rela-
will take place on Saturday; April junior choir under the direction J. B. (Red) STRICKLANDSales.
Sunday School 9:45 A.M. tives.Mrs. tives in Glen St. Mary Sunday. 19 all day. The polls will be open of Sister N. L. Pullum. These
Lois Henson of Jackson- Mrs. Evelyn Mosely of 'Jackson- t 7 and close
? a. m. at 7 p. m. All
Morning Worship .11:00: ilL ville spent Sunday with her par- ville spent the weekend here with ireeholders are urged to vote. programs tularly scheduled replace the re- and ServiceCall
missionary .
Evening Worship __.;.____________ 7:30: P.M. ents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Johns. the,L. M. Normans. : Income Tax Assistance ,
meeting and A. C E. League of
visited in Jacksonville !
Keith Reddish Several here attended the
Training Union 6:15 P.M. Sunday afternoon with funeral services for Essie Futch Persons wishing assistance !is which Fannie Bell Frazier is pre Collect: Keystone Heights 4144
flling out income tax, forms may sident. We urge parents to con-
Nursery Open for All Services Mrs. Virginia Beach and Miss Rosier.
contact Principal Eddie Thomp- tinue to send children to the rehearsal
Sandra Carmichael. Mrs. Carrie Taylor and Patsy No Travel Charge Made
WEDNESDAY PRAYER TIME 7:30 P.M. kills of RJE or Supervisor Shell each Monday, Wednesday
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Thorntonand Sapp visited in this community
S.S. T.U. after school at. 512-W or corner ind Friday. Easter practice
P. T. Nolin, Supt. R. 0. Dansby, Dir. children of Jacksonville were Tuesday. go-

Rev. J. H. Mabry, Jr., Pastor Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Our church homecoming with

0)., .. .. _,_._._._._._,_._,_._._._._ .. or 0- Henry Thornton.Mrs. dinner preaching and singing A
Annie Kelly's overnight will be held March.30. Don't for-
guest Saturday was Mrs. Bessie get. Everbody come. All welcome.

Service Sapp The of Heilbronn Raiford.! Home Demonstration Last Billie Week's Marr News of Mims visited
Special Sunday Night
Club met in home of the friends and relatives here Satur-

club president Mrs. Lois "Cox day afternoon. I Ir7

"Favorite Melody Quartet" Will Sing in a Program of Thursday afternoon. The de- Rev. T, M. Knight and Mrs.: I ;
votional was given by the presi- Knight and son visited the Lacey
Old Fashioned Gospel Music.
dent followed by the Lord's Prayer Normans Sunday afternoon.

COME EARLY SERVICE TO BEGIN AT 7:30 P.M. repeated in unison by the Rev. George Chism and son of ; -.
group. There were eleven mem- Moniac visited the Lacey Normans AL

bers present including one new Sunday afternoon.Mr. .
member..Miss Dorothy Ross gave and Mrs. Edwin Knight and

Don't .Miss This Unusual Sermon by Pastor an interesting talk' on the topic, children of Baldwin visited the i
Sunday Night at 7:30 P.M. "A Pretty You..During the busi- Lacey Normans Sunday after-

ness meeting' two big days were _
"The Sign of the Simmering Solution and discussed Plank Clinic Day being noon.Mr.. and Mrs. Charles Mosely
April 7, and Achievement Day on and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Normanof

the Silent Spokesman." April 17th. These are important Jacksonville visited the L. M I -;

dates and everyone is invited to Normans over the weekend.LAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA .


First Baptist Church, Hampton NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED

Sun. School 10 A.M. B.T.U. 6:30 P.M. r

Morning Service 11 A.M. "Jehovah Jireh." Ozora J. Shell

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Marvin E. Faile, Pastor Marriage AnnouncementOf were given the general education
interest to many in Brad- scholarship examination from
ford county will be the recent Tallahassee by Mr.-L. H. Gibson! n

marriage of Doris Williams of General Supervisor of Instructionin

Lawtey to Lunn Robinson Jr. of Bradford County. Persons,who ;
Hear Them at PARK-of-the-PALMS 'I Orlando, Florida. Doris is a recent qualify in this examination will :

graduate of .RJE and is the be eligible' for loans up to $400

SATURDAY MARCH 29 8:15 P.M.BryanUnjversityMusical daughter of Mr. and Mrs Williams each year for college or nursing
education. We hope
of Lawtey. The ceremony some of these

tom' was performed by Rev. E. W. boys and girls will be'successful.

> Strong at the home of the bride's Several weeks ago the college

parents on March 12 at 2:30: p. placement examination was givento ,

Li m. The groom is in the Navy and this same group by SupervisorShell. ,.'' __ ,,,,,,,-'J.<
; 4 has served in Korea as SP-3.,Hei Results of this test will be "4 .":"" "'f :.,' """< ,

the son or"Mrs. Victoria Lewis sent to Principal Thompkins at .....;" ,. ''','1.; "J. -.!,',!-fifu- ,
ex cf Orlando Fla. Congratulationsand Tallahassee in the spring. Last >>''. ( !I 7't

other expressions may te year Essie Mae Aycox ranked very "' .- 'f ,'t :
cent to 210 North Bryan St. Orlando high in this.test. She,is now on :; "

Fla. where. the couple is scholarship at A & M University '

b \ "At home." Tallahassee and has made the /L''c f' :'
kA Deans list.Bradford : {
Health Improving, ,
: f c. "
: L ,, '
''. Mrs. Ethel Jeanette Williamsis County Teachers Meet ," ."' : ,, "" ,,; I I ; .. ..
Last Friday the teachers held ; : :; '
steadily on the mend accordingto : {f",. ", , t'
II I ? a recent report from her hus their regular bi-monthly meetingat .:'f' ,. .
II r s, h Land Amos Williams. She wishesto RJE with President C. C. An- :_Y hgl' .. .
I t.vI Cerson: in charge The main item ,
II be remembered by all of her J. I,,
of the agenda was election of .1
friends and neighbors in prayer.
I Persons that wish to send cards, delegates to the annual FSTA :::1' '
letters or other condolences may meeting in Miami. Fla. Assistant ; IS THAT YOUR JOB BURNING ? n ,
I Principal Joseph D. Greene and .
address them to Route 3 Box 235. ;. ."
I Gainesville Florida. Rev. Roosevelt Den will be dele- ,
I Thurston School gates for the group. President ,',:"'" Remember that last forest fire? Its glow lit,up the sky for miles around. -
Anderson will attend as president :
The regular PTA meeting was t : Did job with the smoke?
uf BCTA and chairman of the your go up ;
held at 7:30 "
on Monday night ,
Principals and '
with the president Mrs, Louisa oi the FSTA. The Supervisors meeting section will be ./ Forest fires cost all of us something: income for farmers, jobs for '
Messengers Brown in charge. The faculty is '
deeply grateful to Mr. Pitman, held ,on April 24-25-26. Other s } Industrial workers, higher costs for thousands of everyday items whose ;

OF :DAYTON, TENNESSEE Mr. Brown, .Ray, U. Clark and sections business of included the constitution.the adoption Guest of .t. gym(:.; basic materials come from the woods. .

Rev. S. J. Strong for building a .
cabinet for storing classroom was Mr. L. T. Johns, representaUve : --- : That's why we maintain special equipment and crews and work in

Presenting, equipment. Plans are being made of Mutual of Omaha. He in :. close .
= partnership with the Florida Forest Service in
vited the teachers to become ;; ; : .i. preventing and
for the spring and May activities.
members: of a "group plan" of ,..:, : : .. fighting fires-the greatest of the Southern woodlands.'f'
A Full Hour's. Program of Sacred Music, May Day program will be held on insurance sponsored by his '. ,. enemy .
May 21, other activities for April com- :' '
Speech and Poetry pany. "Cokes" were served by -
and May will be announced later.
courtesy of Mr: Johns.' The .....
Container of .
.Price Corporation
Mrs. S. C. principal. America =:
Appropriate The Easter Season regular meeting will be lord on -A, -
1-. '. May 2, 1958. a
Monday at RJE 18 seniors .Imerkan Legion Meeting .


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