Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 27, 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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-y5'z: ;w n ,? Questions About Set For AprilIn 11

r9 c'i Bond IssueCounty CourthouseThe

State Road Department
School Superintendent
Into Brooklyn Lake way to Brooklyn Lake. He conferred .H. P. Morgan'this week prepared will hold a public hearing 'ron-
with Carl Carnes
president cerning the location and economic
: answers to a number of
OJ) the Lake Brooklyn Civic Association questionsii Pompano Dairyman Now Developing effects of the widening projectfor
regard to the proposed $450,000
and signed a release before U. S. 301 north from Starke
WATER OVER THE DAM! bend issue for school renovationand
demolition work was started. through Lawtey to the Clay Coun-
construction, to be decidedby Large Of Land Near BrookerThe
"We decided to use shovels instead ballot ty line, in the courthouse at
a of freeholders on Saturday -
of dynamite so there would t Starke on Friday, April 11, at 10a.
Joyous property owners around ardently as if they were seeking bp no .reflection on the activities April 19. new home of the A. }4'. I swimming pool will be around m.

Lake Brooklyn armed with shovels buried treasure, but were tempo- of Association Q.-Why was an auditorium in' (Fred) McDavia family of Pompano i $75,000.
our Carnes said.
attacked an earthen dam rarily thwarted about dark Saturday : By Thursday morning the eluded in the bond program instead Beach: situated on a knoll Zedra Hamilton, who is associ- | The hearing :is being held in ac-
I corda with of the
blocking overflow waters from when a cave-in re-filled the of a new science department the Santa nee requirements
water had filled a basin-like area overlooking River ated with Mr. McUavid, says that 3 Federal
Magnolia Lake late Saturday. By channel they had cut throughthe below the dam and was actually ? southwest of Brooker, is neanng he plans to raise beef cattle, and Federal government when
Sunday morning they had openedit earthen bulwark. The anti- A. The School Board has funds are to be expended on a
flowing into Brooklyn Lake after completion.The brought with him 55 head of reg-
sufficiently for a brisk stream damsters called it quits for the splitting up into three well-de- plans for ,a bigger and better property, formerly owned istered Santa Gertrudas cattle anda project,
to flow through on its way to depleted day but returned early Sunday science department as soon as All persons wishing to be heardare
fined streams. It was estimatedto registered quarter horse. Thisis
Brooklyn.The with re-enforcements and more i more space can' be made available by Howard Wait is part of the in vited to appear at this
be flowing out of Magnolia .for' 1,800 acres recently purchased by said to 'be the first herd ot
an adequate
shcvels. department. New meeting.
weekend dam-party at Lake at the rate of three million McDavid in the Brooker area. Santa Gertrudas in the county j
I "It looked like a picnic" one elementary classrooms must be
times assuming the festive atmos-
gallons daily.Although Other land was bought from Everett : Mr. McDavid was born and
observer commented. "There wfre provided so that some of the
phere of a New England clambake Brooker
I the water through Gainey, Woodrow Shaw and reared near LaCrosse. He recently Crops
got under way when word more people at the dam than rooms now devoted to elementarycan I
there' the ravine will not fill Brooklyn be used to Coleman Padgett.It sold property in Pompano
spread by the grapevine that wat- I were at church. develop a larger

er flowing down the ravine fromMagnolia' II H. E. Grimes of Jacksonville, to anywhere near its normal level, science department. The present is estimated that final cost Beach where he was in the dairy Are Delayed

',had reached the dam owner of the dam and the property it is expected to help relieve a location of the science depart- of ,the brick ,veneer,. ranch type business. The McDavids have 4-.

and was backed up to a depth of on both sides of it, was in the situation that has caused Brook- ment is entirely too small to house, which contains six bed- five children. b n ,J i By Wet Weather
Contractor for home
house the con- M
two or three feet over a large area. I area Saturday and gave his consent lyn Lake to drop'about 20 feet, adequate laboratoryand rooms and
six and one-half baths, -.r I
The eager diggers about SO I to cutting through so water straight down, during the past equipment. The members with struction is Neal Pradmore of i R. A. Nettles Jr., manager of
o' the landscaping and an outdoor Fred McDatid -I
strong plied their shovels as I I could pass down the ravine on its four or five dry years. Board are awareof Pompano Beach.. the Brooker State Farmers! MarK.

the need for an improved : et, said yesterday that planting

By Newport Industries Farm Bureau science department' to meet the Shopportunity Tax DeadlineIs BHS Debaters operations, hindered by rain, are
needs of students in this of
And CattlemenTo age Near At Hand now about 50 per cent completein
Sputniks and technological Leave
Friday that area.
Meet FridayThe change. However the provisions Monday March :31: is the deadline -

50,000 Acres Blanding Land Leased public is invited to attend of be"a done new much science more department easily and can Merchants Meet taxes for without paying penalty.city and county For Houston MeetFour third He estimated loss has been that about suffered a one by

a film and discussion of the more economically after the bond potato growers but predictedthat
uses After April 1, mterest of one
From Board For of liquid fertilizer at the Farm program is completed.Q. Next MondayA and one-half per cent is charged.If members of the BHS De- around 200 acres pulled
Armory StumpingNewport the unfavorable
through weather
Bureau and Cattlemen's meetingin Isn't it true that Bradford taxes are not paid before May bate Team and their instructor
of and Marcn.
High could "get along" without conditions February
the Lions Den Friday night at 1, the property is advertised for C. L. Overturf. leave Friday for
Damage was not too heavy on the
an expensive auditorium?
Industries Inc. of Pen- business name of Turner Tarwood, 8:15.Previous: .-An auditorium has always meeting of all merchants cooperating sale, and additional costs must be Houston Texas where they will earliest plantings of potatoes
sacola recently negotiated a ten- and has been in this line of work to the film, members in the Shopportunity paid.
take in the Nettles these had
been considered as an essential part Southern Speech said as sprouted -
year lease with the State Armory for about 20 years. He says that of the two organizations will meet Trade Day campaign will be held I
part of high school. Bradford before the rains set [m and did
a Tournament, Monday through
differs for a supper in the Lions Den. in the courthouse Monday
Board for stumping operations on his method of operation nightat Negro Youth However
rot. Later -
High outgrew the old auditorium not plantings
50,000 acres of the Camp Blanding from being carried on in this area with P. S. Smith and V. R. Ferguson 7:30 o'clock. The meeting is Wednesday. Mrs. Overturf will
several years ago., The students were kept from sprouting by
reservation: by Hercules Powder Co. in that in charge of arrangements. being called by inman Green, Tells Of Breaking also accompany, the group on the
have no place except outdoors for the cold and wet, and many rottedin
Operations began Feb. 12 with Turner Tarwood stumps are split Representatives of the two local chairman, of the trades day committee [ Lawson Store
I chapel exercises, assemblies ,class nto the ground.
!.I. L. Turner of Bonifay in chargeof up by dynamite blasting before FFA Chapters will be present to plays, debates spelling matches, and Harry iElrod Jr., trip.Debaters who will compete in

the project. Fourteen men are loading, while Hercules ships its discuss plans for the special steer graduation exercises, rainy day chairman of the Merchants Division Jackie Florence a 17-year-old the tournament are Mark Moore Nettles said that few farmers!

now employed, and that number stumps in one piece. show and sale to be held in sessions for physical education of, the) Chamber: of, Commerce Negro youth, has told Orlando and Mike Goldwire, composingteam I had been able to "dry out their

ill. probably be doubled when the Turner says the stumps he is Gainesville,on April, ,2. classes,and. many other activities _T I police officers he broke into Law- No. I, and Judy Kelly and land" sufficiently to plant' cr tad

operation, gets-fulL-swing., Mr. loading at Lawtey now are going "- that should be held In an audi ,Green said: that final plans tor son's Grocery and Marketin Patricia, PeDum. team No.' 2, '. moved to higher ground but some

Turner said.Although to .the. Newport Industries plantat In District Meet torium. ttt"'fact., there Isn't",,an the first Shopportunity' Daytf event Starke on March 13,' taking around In' addition"'to"'"debating, the stflJ barn.have He their said seed there sitting would In be th no

handicapped b y adequate auditorium in Bradford on April 4-5 will be made at this $42 In coins. students from here will take partin
Telogia..FUu The wood is used the Brooker market
weather, they shipped 154 tons County for any occasion that time: and the prom-snaring coupons -I Florence told Orlando officershe
making around 97 varied pro- various individual events, Including -
Ui before May 1 several weeks
of stumps last'week, Turner said, I :would be attended by more than and other material distributed took a bus from Starke to
ducts, he said. Bradford Band after dinner oral later than the season ordinaruy
the assigned quota to the speaking,
Just topping
I i 500 people. cooperating ,,merchants. Ocala where he had the coins .
o? five cars per week. Thirty tons At present. Turner and his men Fifteen merchants interpolation impromptu speak- starts there.
I State funds will not be available have signedto changed into bills, and then con-
or more are loaded to the car. I are working in the northwest part I at anytime in the foreseeable : take part in the promotion tinued to Orlando. He made his ing, and oratory.In Nettles said that about 50 per

Turner estimated that the 50.-I ot the Blanding reservation between Rated SuperiorThe I future,for an auditorium because which will be held twice each confession after being arrested in the recent State Meet held cent of the peas, butter beans,

000 acres leased from the Armory the Lawtey' to Kingsley state funds cannot be used for month. Green said that it is still Orlando on another charge. in Gainesville the team from here cucumbers, squash, string beans,
Board would yield around 125. Lake road and the county line. I auditorium purposes until all open to merchant placed ahead of' teams from
any who Wishesto Entry to the Lawson store was and sweet corn In the area had
000 tons of stumps. At the rate Mr. Turner and his wife are I
Hillsborough High. Tarpon
classrooms and other building ; and an I
I cooperate who are interested gained by breaking out a glass .
of 150 tons per week, it would re- residing at Lawtey in'a rental Bradford High School Band needs have been met iii fulL The are invited: to attend the window with his fist, Florence Springs, and Miami Beach. been planted.A

Quire about 15 years to work the I I house belonging to Mrs. Joyce was among the several winning only chance that the' 900 or more meeting Monday night whether told the Orlando officers. severe sand storm last Friday,

entire leased tract. '!jFutch, next door to the Lawtey District top honors Band in Contest the annual held at Fifth the students enrolled annually in they are already members or not. County Judge T. A. Yawn saida Cub Scout Pack 307 and a heavy frost Saturday mom: '
Mr. Turner operates under the Baptist Church. School for the next '
Bradford High
The combined forces to damage'
Jacksonville Junior Colleee last I cooperating stores will otter warrant was issued for the ing
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50 will have to obtain the : pack
Saturday. 'The' musicians----I outstanding' bargains to the public youth on a breaking and entering young watermelon vines in the
Off To Good Start young benefits of an auditorium is for evening, Mar. iS at 7:30: a
the be
horn here received the highest during Shopportumty charge but that he would not
Nettles said.
I area,
to raised for at the Assembly -
the be locally o'clock Presbyterian
rating possible .!superior in concert money Days weekends, and will give coupons brought back here until disposi-
the building. The' state will not Hall. Den 3 will presenta Brook' had nine-tenth ot an
sight reading and march- to their customers to be : tion of the case against him in
BUS Trackmen Win 1st Two Meets provide this for us because class- used in awarding cash prizes on I Orlando. program on Alaska. inch of rain on Monday.

room construction is given prior- .. .
ing.Bands dates to be announced. r ..- .,.. --- -- ... .. ''
.. are'graded on the basisof ity in capital outlay funds. The 7

superior, excellent good, fair, cost of auditorium will be very
BHS trackmen have emerged Bob Taccia of BHS cleared the an
victorious in their, first two I lew hurdles in 22.1 to take that and poor with a superior being; small when divided among the Berry 'Scrapping' -.,

meets defeating Lake Butler 91 ft event, while Henry Hall, also of the top grade. Thirty-one hands. taxpayers of the county as com-

to,26 34[ on the home track last BHS. took honors in the 880 with. and orchestras participated.In :pared to the ,benefits that students Will Begin Soon

Friday, and downing Ocala 62 to time of 2:15:2.: : addition to the Band, as a from all parts of,the county ; FFA } ,ar

56 in Ocala Tuesday.In The high jump was a tie between whole, other students and groups will derive in the 50 years that Other LateUnless

the first meet with Lake Bert McGee of BHS and from BHS receiving high honors this auditorium, will be in use. Crops

Butler. Charles Osborne was out- Bruce Starling of Ocala both were: Q.- How much,will this pro- rf

standing performer with 18 with 5& feet. Brass Sextette: Archie Green, posed bond issue cost the taxpayers more cold and rain intervenes Members -
points. Jimmy Hobbs made a fire Jim Hobbs again took the pole Sammy Warren, Glen ,Tomlinson. ? strawberry growers are

jump of 11 feet lira Inches in the I vault but with 10 feet 2 inches, George Young, Harold Tyus and A.-The proposed bond issue expected, to begin "scrapping"their s,
Bill Mcody. Superior. in the amount of $450,000 would fields next week for a few Give
pole vault. a drop from his high mark in the ,
In the 120 high hurdles James first meet. Clarinet Quartet: Burge Searing cost the taxpayers about $33,000per ripe berries. Frost last Saturday .
Gibson Martha Day- at the present rates of nipped some. bloom but damage
Thomas of Bradford was victor Freddie Stephens bettered his Gerry year
,with a time of 17.8, while in the first meet mark with the 'shot ton, and Linda Cox. Superior. interest, on the present assessed was not serious. Wet weather has PrevueOf

100-yard dash Charles Osborne. put coming off with another first' Saxophone Quartet: Carol Mc- valuation for the county. The Issue .I also caused a small amount, of '

also ,of BHS set the pace in 11 place at 40 feet 10 inches; but Rae Dorothy Dayton Carolyn will be paid off in 20 pay-' rot among young fruit. f

seconds flat. he bowed to Larry Moody of: Pellum, and Margaret Ann Dink- [Continued on Page 61 One veteran berry grower, O.
C. Cason, says the volume of Steers
The one-mile run saw D. Ritch OCala who threw the discus 134 ins. Excellent.
Green of BHS finish ahead of 'feet, 10 inches.In Twirling Ensemble:, Chariene. bloom and young fruit on his
Erwin.I Week( Series plants is about as heavy as he
Jo Smith.
took Hardy
the field in 5:28.: the Ocala meet BHS Holy
ever had and he expects to
Christmas -
Superior. Kay Hart Kay For
tie for
Lake Butler won the 880-yard eight first places and one
harvesting in a big way in
relay in 1:44.: and the pole vault, first. Osborne turned in another Cookie Mathews. Excellent. the week
went to Hobbs. outstanding performance with Drum Quartet: Billy Dampier Starts MondayThe Easter. t
Another nine-tenths of an inch ,
Freddie :Stephens! took the shot first places in the 100 yard dash, Bobby Newman David Canova, rain ShowThe
on Monday sabotaged the
put event with 40 feet. 7& inches; 220. and 440 for a total of 15 and Jimmy Lawson. Good.
of growers
some start
and also the discus, with 121 points. I I Clarinet Solos: Burge Searing, '
Weeknoonday planting spring crops, and delayed
schedule for Holy
superior: Jo Smith good.
feet 8 inches.In Bruce Starling of Ocala had a
Solos Sally Ann Ep services starting Monday for at least another week the
Sax :
the Ocala meet Osborhft good time of 15.6 on the high Alto '
Carol McRae, is announced as follows: start of planting operations.
hurdles. person superior;
lowered his time in the 100 yard excellent Wanda ,Wall. good. of Crops this year will probablybe Jackson Livestock Market These fine Bradford steers will be entered in the FFA Show and
dash to 10.9. D. Ritch Green The Bradford trackmen will ; Monday--Rev. Lacy Conway
again captured the mile with enter the Florida Relays in Gainesville Trombone Solos: Glen Tomlinson Airpark Baptist Uiurch.. Episcopal the latest on record for Brad- .in Gainesville will be Sale to be held in Gainesville, April 2. Left to right: Tommy Eng-

5:30:8.: : I Saturday. March 29. excellent; Terry Walters, excellent Choir.' ford running County from two with to four everything weeks made available to Future Farmers land with Jerry his Black Angui entry neighing 750 pounds at IS

Osborn lowered his time in the The next home meet will be Tuesday-Rev. K. E. McBlain of behind schedule. Sweet if of America for a Livestock months; Leaton Mathews with Billy his purebred Hereford 850

440 from 57.3 in the first meetto I with' Santa Fe on Thursday. April Trumpet; Solos: Archie Green excel- St 'Marks Episcopal Church. I planted within the next few corn days, Show and Sale on Wednesday pounds, 16 months old; and John Allen Shadd with Bo, a fine Here..
55.0 at Ocala.Kingsley 3. at 2:30 p. m. superior; Sammy First Methodist Choir. : will not mature until early June April''' ,2. The Future Fanners ford weighing 1,000 pounds at 14 months.

lent.Twirling Wednesday-Kev. J. H. Mabry Chapters in the Gainesville area
the date when the harvest is
usually -
Lake Heart Fund Drive I Solo: Cookie Mathews, Madison Street Baptist Church. finished here. Other crops will hold a Fat Steer Show in the The Jackson Livestock Marketis Chapters through increased commission .

excellent. First Baptist, Church Choir. morning and cell the steers cooperating with Future Farmers ,benefits.In .
are late in proportion.
Has Most Stable Yields $232 Here Drum Solos: David Canova,
Thursday-Rev. J. E. Sherwood promptly at 1 p.m. in the sales for the third straight year by past years observers agreed

Water Level In AreaThe Total receipts in .the Heart superior Lawson; Bob good.Smith good; Jim- First Christian Chur 11. Bradford Cancer Drive Set ring of the\markeU All proceedsof sponsoring the Fat steer: Show that additional< buyers and livestock -
from the sale of and later the commissionof
High School Chorus. commissions giving at the market resulted in
Fund drive
were $232.95. Tenor Sax Solo: Carolyn Pellum.
water level of Kingsley ing to Mrs. James Lewis, Woman's excellent. Friday-Rev. W. S. McAliley. To Start April 1 the fat steeri\" and all otner livestock the market to the youth groups. excellent prices to the farmers

Lake varied less in the past three Club health, chairman. The drive: Oboe Solo: Margaret Ann Dink- pastor First Presbyterian Church sold in ,the market will be The market at the time ot the who sold livestock on the day of

drought years than any other was a project of the club and ins. superior. Madison Street Baptist Choir The Educational Cancer Drive given to the Future Farmers 1956 and 195 sales was managedby i the *FA Show and Sale. Observers -

lake In this area according to U. Mrs. 'J, M. Vickers was cochairman. Baritone Solo Harold Tyus ex All services will start at 12 will get underway beginning April Chapters taking' part in the show J. D. Odom, who sold the market I believe that the sale this year

S. Geological Survey Records in Of the total the Little cellent.In noon and will be held in the Virst 1, according to Miss Dorothy- Al- and sale. to Lovett Jackson last summer. will oe especially strong and: that

the Ocala office. Women brought in $140 and the addition to,the Band, a totalof Methodist Church. I I Committee varez Bradford chairman.County Cancer. The two FFA Chapters in Bradford Farmers througnout the Gaines- farmers will receive excellent

Records kept during the past benefit bridge party 52. six ensembles and 16 soloist The annual Sunrise: Service will Miss Alvarez County plan to'enter animalsin ville area are urged by 1f' 'A lead- prices for their livestock, and at
Yesterday received -
12 years show that the' average Mrs. C. L. Scholl is county Heart participated. beheld Easter Sunday, April 6, a.. dollar bill in the mail by tie show. and receive a partof ers to carry livestock, either cattle the same ,time Help the local KKA.

level Js at 176 ft. above sea level, Fund chairman and 'S. Lc Peek, This the third straight year the at 6 aim in the high, school sta- an anonymous donor "to open the commission money from the or hogs, to ,the Jackson Live Chapters.

and that it Is at that stage nor. Jr. is treasurer. Mrs. Lewis reminds band has received all Superior dium. The message will be the drive." She said the house to sales of the market Bradford stock Market for the April 2 sale. Each animal adds to the total

The lowest level recorded during anyone who has not con- ratings. In six contests the Band brought by Rev. L. IX Haines. of house fund drive will be announced FFA Chapters received approximately Any livestock earned by the farmers sales. Will you help FFA boys

4 the span 'was In 1945 :when tributed and wishes to. may' still has attended of a total of 17 the First Baptist Church and the at a later date but donations $350 in commissions from to the market win increasethe by carrying your livestock to the

It was 174}& ft- and the highest send donations to S. L. Peek Jr possible ratings they have made BHS Band will provide special may be mailed in at any time to livestock sales at the market last commissions train livestock Jackson Livestock Market, April

wu 177i! ft. &t the Florida Bank at,Starke. [Continued on Page 81 music. 1I I 1 her or',to George Kopolousos. year. sales and thus help local FKA 2, 1955f.ISUU. .



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NOTICE. TO DEPEND SOLVED by the Board of Public I upon ,the terms prescribed! ty I n part, may be Incorporated in and I building, paint buildings! pur- ,, who are freeholders may vote at
fa Clre.U tarn. Bratffi C.raty Instruction of Bradford County. the said Board of Public Instruction published: as a part of the notice chare iie'ei&iry equipment enlarge said bond election upon compiling
I editorialiBefter PUridat fa Chaaeerr. Florida that: for the purpose of financing which said notice shall be in substantially >.i.d improve site.LAWTEV with be ,requirements ."f soiree;
-: Thomas O'Hara. Plaintiff vs. 1IUdSECTIO I. A special election is : the cost of ,certain projects the following form: J It. HIGH SriUK trL, tion (di' of, ',"Section:: 160.?ll., Florida
red L. ,O'Hara Defendant. hereby ordered and called by the fort school improvements in "Notice of Sprrial drrtina' of Freeholders '-Reno>ate existing buildings I Statutes."
Y.a Case No. 12-500 Board of Public Instruction of Brad- said District; the principal of of Special Tax School paint buildings, purchase nec-es-l I SECTION .9. The Supervisor of
'.tlee T. Appear for County. Florida to be held in and interest on said bonds shall Di.trirtrrbrr Oar, Bradford sary equipment, improve site; Regi.tratiua..ia.hereby. authorize
:;: Talk /( tS:.lllldre'i_L. O'Hira, whole residence Special! $ Tai; School District Number be paid ifrom a special ad \a- ('toaatr Florida. T* tlHermlaeMbrthrr construct new cafeteria and!" and directed to make up and ccrUfy -
Up and address Js: Unknown One IB said County on the 19th lorem tax levied on all taxable the Rward *f Public !.- ; construct new classrooms.S a: list '*all qualified reregistered
Yoa arc hereby notified that a daC April. 1558 to determine property \in said District and traction of Bradford ('"a.ty f..rand T-A K K" ELEMENTARY eleitois resting in said District
11...' weeks ,suit,fqr DlTOrpe whether the Doard, for and on behalf for the prompt payment of the on. t'lIalr.1 Special Tin SCHOOL truct new library. who, are freeholders and entitled
Little more than three 'emaui"! until hat been flied agal lat.ion In ui of said District shall issue said' principal and interest the ?rhmil Districtanther lOar. ofd i rUVDKORl: COl'NTT 111(1113 i, tot\ote in 'said'special tie ',
'the l election where freeholders will be above named Court and cans. and serial bonds in the principal full faith and credit of said Bradford ('..aatr Shall l..o.., f'UOOL-Conliitruct new audi- tion. As certified <'*py of such list
special fM art required to serve a eopy of amount of 450000.00, bearing interest Special Tar School District Num Roads of Said DUtrirt ..t.rl.t'f'rIRn1 torium. shall furnished' to the inspectorsand
*', called upon Jo} approve.or disapprove a $450,000 your answer or pleading to the com. at a,rate or rate not Jn excess -. ber One shall, be pledged. from 1939: to 137S, IB-, NEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, clerks of the 'election at each
plaint 6h the pfeintUfs Attorney of six per ceo per annum, ___*_FOR FORDS f'ID"h' I Erect new school in or near place where the cotes are to be
bond issue for the renovation of existing school Lloyd Bass, 210 Clark Building, such rate or rates of interest to _::_4GAIXST BONDS Notice Is hereby given that a'' Starke to include six (C) .classrooms caM at said election and a certified
buildings and the construction of needed new .JicksQBviUe, 2. .FJorida. .. be determined upon the par value Instruction .to Voters: If you are special election will be held in cafeteria and offices. i copy of such IJstaU< be filed and
and file th* original till ofHce of of said bonds and to mature seriallyin in favor oft the i issuance! of the Special Tax: School DUtrkt Number RJE HIGH SCHOOL Starke' preserved unlonj thn records of this
buildings In the>z e6unty."u Clerk of the Circuit Court on or in annual installments from 1959 bonds, place' an "Xmark in the | One of Bradford County. -Florida, Construct five ((5) clas&room8. I.A f I Board, '
before the to 1978 both inclusive. Said bonds space to the left of .the words at \li'moJVXIOR Hum
Although, the election is close at hand, there is 7 day of April. 1958: shall be dated May 1. 1938_ and "For Bonds."' ; City: Hall Law ley.Courthouse. SCHOOL Law ley Construct new I shall SECTION l>f published 10.< This In full t": the
e. shall be issued for the purpose of If you are not favor of the '!
so, far .surprisingly little discussion or interest otherwise the allegations of .aldrvurftWHAUvm financing the cost ,of thee school issuance of the bonds, place an"X" Starke for North & Said t-afetoritun.bonds shall be dated the Suptrfnundpnt; of Public Instruc,
t* -
tat a u eoat Siutti Starke. tion once a week for five <45)< :'>n
being shown byte sokallede;;. "man i in the &reel"\ .8s.i br JOu. projects the preamble as previously of this described resolution.in left of mark the in the words spate"..AgainstBondL to the 'Rivers Service Station! Graham. 1st day of May: 195 and shall bearinterest vetutiveweekf- Hi the Bradford
raised'iIi Wand likewise ThU. notice bin be publtabid Said bonds shall be in the denomination Community Center, Brooker. I from the date thereof un- i, County Telegraph a newspape.: of
Few voices have been protest
.,, once each week for four consecutive of 1000.00 each and may be City Han, Hampton. I.| til paid at a rate not to exceed: :six'': general circulation in Special Tax
few have seen fit to bliig l wholeheartedly) week in the Bradford County Tele. callable ten years from the date ofgs. of SECTION Public Instruction 7. The Superintendent is hereby Community Center, Theresa. j I per tent per annum payable semi-I i School District Number (M tt.{ Brad
F>I. 'annually on the 1st day of May and j ford County.. Florida the first rib
?, for a bond issue that. almost certainly will bring issuance and on any Interest payment authorized and directed to ,have School Puildin. New Ri\er. f November of each year, and shall "etlon thereof shall be not les
Dated this 27 day of February, date thereafter upon the white on the 19th day of April. 1J5S. inorcnrdante
printed plain ,
on a
paper ,. tald
"IS in the denomination of $1900-1 i than thirty (J0> days prior to.
1' "an increased tax levy 193$. terms as here after provided by sufficient number ol the' aforesaid I with a resolution pass- each; said bonds shall be callableten election. This Resolution shall)\ h.
(Official 1411) Charles A. the Board. Said special, election ballots and deliver them to ed and adopted by the Board of of
Darby. paper a of the notice
*. The indifference of ,a large ,part ,of i the public.i _, Clerk of the Circuit Court: ehall be held In accordance withE'T the inspectors and ,clerks on Qr Public Instruction of Bradford thereof years upon from terms date prescribed of issuance by, said published special as) election part as auriioriird
under the of i County, the 8th of ,,
requirements Florida on day
Marian L Crosby Deputy Clerk.and before the date nd time for opening S3S.JS and 2U.30, Flor
said r-oarrt and shall mature Serially by
is shown by the fact that rest. than 1,200 free- 34t 3/27 Section 17. .Article XII. ,FloridaConstitution. the polls for sin h election. I :March 1959! to determine whetherthe in annual installments on the 1 1lda I, Statutes.I .
i Board of Public Instruction of'I
holders reregistered about a third ofthose in SECTION S. The superintendent ITadford County Florida, for and 1st day of May from 195S to Uii.i I SECTIOV: All resolwions or
SECTION 2. The Re-registration of Public Instruction .shall publisha I ,.
Hone Unless l one KOTICB OP ihTBNTION:' on behalf of Special" Tax School both inclusive. orders as the same mar Kf 'In >n
the county who should\ hive Books for said special electron will notice of the election hereby i
sot TO AEGISTER hereby repealed
ncrmor JIMH District Number One of Bradford All duly qualified electors of flit herewith ace
be.eloed March which |
on 14 1958 tailed in the Bradford County Telegraph .
..' more than half o! ,thole who ,ire-registered jurn Notice is bereby given that the said date is not less than fourteen a newspaper of general circulation County shall issue s..rlal.bonds. in :, Special Tax: School District Number and this Resolution shall take .-t
nnderslgned. ,under .the provisions days to the election. in Tax School the principal amount of $450,30000: ,, One of Bradford County, who are feet immediately Upon its adoption
fail prior Special District
election will -
out to vote on April 19 the, by of Chapter 20.J3J, I, INSTRUCTIONut
of Florida. SECTIOX 3. The special election Number One. Bradford County for the following purposes; I I freeholders and who have been reregistered '[ BOARD OF PL'PLlv '
default. That would be a pool commentary on Acts Clerk of of 1941 the,,will Circuit register Court with In and the hereby called to be held on the Florida. Said notice! shall be BHOOKER JUNIOR HIGH)I in the special re.rt'I! 1,I Bradford. County Chairman.sTlorlda.. i
Uth day of April, 1958, shall be published at least once .each week !SCHOOL Renovate existing,, tration of freeholders previously D.V. Starling.
the interest: ( of the people of Bradford (County ih for Bradford County Florida,'upon held it: for five consecutive weeks with the buildings, paint buildings pur-j[ held for said bond election shall be ATTEST: iH.
their schools. thus receipt notice of proof the fictitious, of publication name of of City. H'all. Law tey. filet publication thereof to be not chase necessary equipment and'' entitled to vote on the question of P. Morgan, Superintendent of
Jak'a +-Automotive under which Courthouse, Starke, for North ,&, less than thirty days prior to the improve site. I I i the issuance of said bonds provided Public Instruction, Bradford"
We'would like to hear more public\ C discussion i are engaged in business! one mile we South Starke. date of said special! election. This II A M P T 0 N ELEMENTARY1' however, that any qualified County Florida.
5t lit
Rivers Service Station, Graham. Resolution, of which this notice is SCHOOL Renovate existing electors residing In the District S/lS
couth of Lawtey, Fla. on U. S.
of the in the brief time ;,
proposed bond issue remaining Highway, 301 Community Center Brookpr., ,

before election date t -, whether. in the George J. Estes and Bethna M. City Community,Hall. Hampton.Center Theresa..

form of speeches, street talk, l letters ip Ihi.. i. Law Eat es ley, ,co-owr"r.Florida., p. 0. Box S-A School Building, New River .
Ih the event the polling places
.. tor. debates or what have you.Jnly by increased Dated this 13th day of March hereby designated be not available
discussion enough interest be created A.P., 1957 at Starke. Cradford for use for any cause on the date J hn's Frozen Fish
can = County. Florida. 3/13 it 43UiThr. fixed for said election, the Hoard Cap'n
to bring out the necessary number on April of Public Instruction of Bradford
County does hereby reserve the
19 to make the election legal. .'Court ef tie foamy Judge, right to forthwith, designate another _
Bradford IB Coaaty. Florida.' and different polling placb. Ocean Lb Pkg.
Probate. SECTION 4. The following are
In re: Estate of Della Catherine designated as inspectors and clerks

Our Merchant. ShBW liililallv6 Hoover..f All ,rredltar peceased.T and. Pemoas Ha,. tion respectively: to conduct said elec-. PERCH FILLETS Ib pkg 3ge WHITINGS FILLETS 31 eco i

,, |.c r tUlmH .r De.aea..tgal.at Lawtey-Mrs. Fred Moore, Clerk:

.. Said Eitatet Mrs. Hubert Priest and Mrs. Wilma .
> J"
tWsiness been '
We might as well face jt h.23| tou:.and each of you are hereby Wainwright Inspectors. -

f. anything but rosy) smce" the., first! bf the }oaf. 'notified and required to present Stark -A. L. Crosby Clerk; Sarah Lb Pkg.
any claims and demands which you
Hunter. and Louise Tenley, In-
*.. Unemployment\ .through the Nation: has increased: or;;either of you. may have against spectors.

to nearly five1 Million\ t persons) 5 ,= highest ,in.the the, deceased estate/ of, Della late of Catherine laId County Hoover Graham ,- Clarence J, Frazier, COD FILLETS Ibpkg 3ge FLOUNDER FILLETS 49c
to the Bradford Clerk; John A. J McKinney and
,past ten years. There are, Some, Strong i indica-i i County.; c.ountr.Judl'e.ot Florida at his office in Bessie :Wasdin, Inspectors.

tidhs (fewer automobiles in production in Detroit, I thfe eourt house of said County at Hampton-William H. Maxwell
& St rke, Florida, within eight calendar Clerk; Frank L. Williams and M.
cutback in steel in Pittsburgh) that wejre i in months from the time of the M. Matchett.Inspectors. _

r recession Tor th'e ft'omeril. It is" tFe Kop, and TIFst publication of this notice. New River-Readish Andrews.
Each claim or demand ehall.be in Clerk; Winnie, Mae Andrews and
fitin bell f 6! i most oliseri 1> ;era that we will pullbutwqutck writing, and shall state the place Agnes Johns Inspectors.
of residence and post office address ,_ :Jheressa-Mrg. J. D. Griffis c
Y" :Mere ,hope, however, is a weak tool of the claimant, and shall be, sworn Clerk; Virginia Dryden, Merle L.
with vh'ch.to business to by the claimant his agent, or Pa<"kham. Inspectors' 10.0Z
slump.That .
:. fight! ,a attorney, and any such claim, or de- Erooker-M?D,.>.Harrell. ?Clerk;
is why it's so encouraging to see I group jiiancd not so filed shall be void. Melba H. Green and Lucille T. Haz- FISH STICIS PKG.
*/ Edna Wallace, en. Inspectors.
.... of oar leading Starke merchants joining forces administratrix of the Estate In the event any Inspector or pAI
of,Della Catherine Hoover, do- clerk so named, is unable to serve
to build Starke into a greater_trading than
ceased.First .. as such the Board of Public In-
;, ever before,' thus offsetting any": so-called recession publication March S/13 13. 1)58.4t.4/3 struction a substitute reserves the or right.substitutes to appoint -

in this particular are*. The inspectors and clerk shall.make ,
their returns to said Board immediately -- ......,. "' ..
"- These ,merchants_ are announcing a "Shoppor- U. Tke Clrrpjt v oart.Of I,Florid after the special elee-
Blfcktft Judicial Clreolt and
too tum'ty, D&ys" promotion, designed to convince Fur,Bradford C...tr.IN tion.SECTION 5. The polls will be A&P FROZEN FOODS10ozpkg,2for

'' shopper: throughout this trade area that, quality \ RE: PETITION,OF GEORGE U open at voting places on the date
for adoption of minor of said special election from 1:00:
", merchandise can be bought just as.economically child. A.M. until 7:00 P.M. on the lame 21c
the duly qualified
; (sometimes! more so) in Starke than in the TO: HOWARD DAVID COOPER. date.electors Only residing in said District Grade "A" Tender
cities. JR. whose residence and -."dtess is who are freeholders and who have Large
nearby unknown) been, re-registered, In.. the special

In starting \this' aggressive\ campaign for ,more petition You are has hereby been. filed notified In the that above a re-r aid bond glstration election previously will be permitted held for French Fried 10Oz. Pkgs.

busihess 1 Stark: *, \ r nts. following the style court by GOUGE L. WILUS. to vote in said bond election; pro
are. for the adoption of MARY LOU ,
however that qualified
t end set by many leading companies in all parts ELIZABETH COOPER. a minor by vided electors residing apy the District I C POTATOES 2for 21c
the petitioner GEORGE L. ,
WILLIS who ,are freeholders! may.v..e lot
ih Natiop ;
of They realize,that how is the time and you are required to serve a. said bond election upon complying .
,tt> act aggressively, gather than defensively. In- copy of your answer or objections with the, requirements of subsection \ ) ,
show ,
to cause why said ,, petition
(d) of Section 100241, Flnrtdashould
i tea-jptuttng; ? their'saleslii n, these firms: ire not be granted on petition- Statutes. 9rdhQok

:addingalesmen.; They are going out to findS er's addrepa attorney.is ;209! Green Temple& Green Ave., Starke whose, to SECTION be used at 6. said The special form of election ballot r

.business. They are increasing their (:h' rlrsing. the Florida office", and of the file Clerk the original of the ctr-in shall be form.In :substantially the following : LIMA 10 oz pkg 2 for 33e
: ""They are lrfri !ning organization :Operationsto cult Court 1858.nn or before the 7 day ,OFFICIAL BILLOT
: keep cost realistic and products competitive.Lile Herein! (ail! not Qr a decree, pro Oae

:. the rna'n once said the, belts how is confesso you. _will. be entered against BRADFORD April, 'O'XT\-1$, 195,$FLORIDA
-" '
"Don't just stand theredo something! Witness; mv hand and heal of Shall the Board of Public" Instruction :i GREENdeOEANS
e' said court .in ,Starke,., Bradfprd of Bradford County, Drawn49c ib
: Our ,merchants. are 'doing( .. something" and, County, Florida this 4 day of March }Florida for and on pehalf of & .1ge
IJ58. Special Tax School District Number -
: their plan, if followed faithfully will bear re; (OFFICIAL SEAL One of said County. Issueserial

: suits. CHARLES A. DARBY bonds in the principal LB
t At Clerk of said Circuit- Court amount of $450,000.00.. bearing Winesap
S By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk interest at a rate not to exceed .
3/6 4t 3/27 six per cent per annum, mature
ing serially from 1S59 to 1978.tvoth ,
: Considering l ; future Roads NOTICE TO DKFE.NDiJ inclusive callable ten APPLES pound tOeL
VlrroJt Cf,parr'* Bmaford C....t,., years. .. ,from .the date, of. issuance
Florida !. rtavrerr.William .u a ty.

In a' recent Letter to the Editor, H. H. Mott Loretta .E.C.Smith Smith., Defendant.Plaintiff, \s. _.

: bf the: Brdokel- area' pointed\ but the bad condition Tale'\ "! .T- : A.,......, Case No. 1J-501 ,.. .. '" .., lona Cut GreenBEANS

: of State! road 18 'east of. Brook>; and of the To: Loretta E. Smith- whose residence -

DeMa'ri Cnurch: road in the same section of the Avenue and Oaklyn.address New Is:Jersey.26 Harding MONEY E' '

: county Mr. Siott.will be glad to know that State Tou are hereby notified that a
suit for divorce has been filed
I. road 18will:, black-topped; by request of the ifS Ins t. yon in the above named A&P Our Finest Quality

: fcbilhty ,(commissioners} ih a few.niohths.accbfaJns Court and cause and you are reQuired ,
to serve a copy of your
) td p.!ailsof, the t state,road, dept. This wasreportecun answer or pleading to the com- FOR F 1 .2 21. c
plaint on the Plalntlfra Attorney CA303NS
: theTfelegraph of March\ 13.ThelledaitGhursh Joseph K. Skipper. 21 Florida APPLE .
,. toad wai also which Title Bujldin. ;Jacksonville 2. FU.and '
one file the.original in the office of 1
: i the commissioners' wanted repaired but they the Clerk 6f the CI' Miit ("urt on Bath Size Gentle REG. SIZE

: knew,.that there..were;hd luhds\ to (do nt secondory or 1J58 before; otherwise the the T day allegations of April of, Zest Soap, 2 for 39c (Ivory Snow 33c
said Compalnt.wlll be taken as EVERY E E
roadwork sincethe funds. for.that IpiftrPose'are.earmarked ? confessed; ,by:yoO !
: : l jay i indebtedness, first\ ,acquired ,This notice shall! he published I Sauce Regular Size Swifts Strained!
each for four consecutiveveeks : :::
one wok :
I 'for toads built ,the ;years ago during Senator in the Bradford County Tele 4 Zest Soap, 2 for 27c Baby Meats 23c
ra h',
Charley Johns' acting-governorship. debt
; The): Dated this 1 day of March, 1JSS. -
: is,being-na.id! oft? .at t a- much faster> i 'rate than,had (OFFICIAL: SEAL) YOTH3j6 ( Detergent Birds Eye Frozen 10-Oz; Pk= f
Charles,A, Darby, r
: been _anticipated but the)5 \ alas, again beenbrought Clerk of the Circuit Court Dreft, giant 79c Squash 2 for 35c-

: op almost t; to. the .original) sum by new By Marian L Crosby Deputy Clerk i-Lb c
4t 327Rr |
:' 'borrowing.for ,,U.. S.. 301 'igMs- f-way.. Money\ 2 CANS 2 7 Liquid Suds Birds Eye Frozen 10-Oz Pkgs

:' ,to ;repay t this comes from the county's share v of tion..l.tl.'...f.
'. the gasoline.tax. ._ Til;, ftriol DlMtrlrt >>mbrr
Cleanser LB PKG Eye Froz. 2-10 Oz
.f Rri4for Cummtr. .. Keg. Pkg.
: For.th;..fulurwideRmg o ; t., S.,30L,south Be,Held sa April 1., 1938. Ta DCtrrmiie -
.1' there Bond of Said Spic N' Span 27c Butterbeans 39c'
;, will need to \be ,further, borrowing unless 'ptstrlrt Wketkesl....t .f f450..

:: ,the,counlies,, are, no longer held responsible for tot," Skall kr tim."..
GIANT SIZE Birds 2-10
? the Cleanser Eje Froz. Oz Pkgs
WHEREAS, of Pnblic ,
::1. buying ghtg- f=icay. Since,it is very optimistic Instruction\ of Pradford Board County. NEED E -

a to,believe that.there. will be money for. both that Florida adopted, ,on by the Resolution 15th' day passed of February and- ,- Comet, 2 for 37c ;Mix Vegetables 39c 1

:' project and more, secondary roads, now J is .the 1S53 did determine that serial Kelbeck Cora Detergent
bonds of said! Special Tax Schoo
""time1todecide.'hich roads are the most Vital l to District Number One of Bradford\ =-
the of the county. County. Florida. Jn the principal Meal, 5 lbs 55c Cheer, giant 77c
economy .. amount of $450,000.00 should be issued .
i We sincerely hope that it will J be a long time to pay for the following Loans Large Size Detergent
school projects In said Special Tax up to"Folks
''fcefore-we have another roadcrackingfarmer- School District Number One. to-
IVorySdap 2 for 31c Dash 39c Jane Parker IcedSPANISH
discouraging winter like this last one where there wit*BROOKER: ". JUNIOR. HIGH > reg

;' has been severe damage to roads all over the SCHOOL Renovate existing Medium Size. hash LB CAN
,buildings, paint buildings
01 stat ., But even if we tio not there will continue chase necessary equipment and $$600'H 2 for19c Food
3 for
Dog 47c
f' to be more and more repairs to roads because of Imp.roveaite.A M P T .O. X. L.ELEMENTARY. 'l. Ivory.0P, ,

;the irifcrease'd. use bf bur highways by heavy' SCHOOL Renovate 'existingbuildings Personal Size Instant Starch I'KG.
,, paint 'buildings, purchase
trucks. State Road 18; 16 and 233 are in bad necessary equipment. enlarge Ivory Soap 4 for 25c Niagara 12 21c
:::and improve site. oz
; shape from the traffic of heavy trucks., If L.WTEY JUNIOR HIGH ; Find f

: t these roads ate to be used.so mu e I&.b y _such traffIc SCHOOL Renovate existingbuildings Us Friendly5' Detergent Milk Fortifier
paint buildings purchase BA'
they should be built to stand the wear, A : necessary equipment: improve I Oxydol giant 83c Bosco 12 oz. 37c
: look ,at the .surfa c ingj'il1, show that in many trria And site;construct construct new new nfeLOCAL FINANCE .

i cases it is: .onlyone, pebble (small pebble) thick. rooms. ,. Detergent La Choy Meatless CAN
.e' Perhaps we.nre being penny wise! and pbiiitd foolish BRADFORD"COUNTY.," libJ'BrJ' Tide, giant 77c Chop Suey lIb 33c ,

to ih thnt kind HIGH COMPANY
put : of. road. SCHOOL.-Construct .ne. audi

'"" ''Take ll lod&l decide, and tell your\ bounty: 'fcdriiinisslbrieV torlum. Blue Label Karo Large Assortment 20.0z.
*liat j Jbu think.l Erect new school In or near 114- N.' Walnut St. Syrup pt. 25c Easter Candies 2 9-

e .. ry4 "'t-***.* %"u.*-yr '_ e.. *. w ________ __ l"._" _.. Starke to include six (I) classrooms J. CAKE .
a.feterJa and offices. -- -
ffi e# ftbfrnl to t:rlity fkLiGR AIh R.J.E. HIGH SCHOOL surkb(3 boors from !Post Office)

"t: t. 'sye Construct five In i clawrooms.:i i.r.i t ..ert r M t.rilel fat tw
Phones 580 and 581
Call Street
: Lawtey Construct _
D. t'Im.xJ". I.nt-"T_ WEEKLY SEWS- j new vfifvtortunu .> a food
S ? l1lly' ..WtIt:8. ,j S. the Resolution pA'ISMis.. l Ma'rguerite\ Hall, 1 Starke
I''rot::!,; ", "U.Hi'd: \) \1n *rd and adopted on the 15th day 'of Florida _
""" ,0, .. February. U58_ was ,approved by Managerbt
i'\1.: '(, rl\i\ ; ,.tact, i1.i flI l eAb; Sttt Superintendent of Public r err wee a wrr w trtr r
1'd111tae i'La .41ir kite' s.. Clam ---
rll ii it. .. tltieeIt Instruction by the State Board 1,1 e-, ,
t tll 'tot.Jthri-'" !b1arRY'rti. .. P.A ." ,. "Ino ot;Education, of.Florida .. =-- 'F '1PAaE ;-
.. .... hl. ----L---- 'J'
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g-g-J-Jj--_ 1 "I IFarmer's as a father to his two younger of Circuit Court of Bradford j I-t lmetU. .f Bradford ('0..'? ford _
brothers: who are both in love I County Florida. I II I .. B.liall.r !O'f'elal Tea
/ I J/8 U 3/ZT I II Sh.l DUtrirt Nambrr 0." .fBmdUrd
DiaryBy I with the same girL ('....,. thall I.fcu _
-- I
I Bands of Said District
The girl wno is loved by APPLICATION FOR
Serially From m U 1978 I.-
Sam McGamy : brothers is played by Janice Rule, Notice is hereby DEED given that T.I. .Ia"h, e.Notice .

I and the supporting cast is headed W. Tatum the holder of the follow is hereby given that a
special electln111 he held in
ing certificates has filed .
Methodists turned a steer over to I by Chill Wills and Dean stock- for a tax deed to be raid issued rtr.tificates I Special Tax: School District Number .

George Huggins, and asked him to I well, former child star who is re. thereon. The certificate numbers I;I One of Bradford County, Flor

fatten it along with his own. turning to the screen after an absence and years of the of property issuance and the the description names-. ida.City at:Hail Lawtey.Courthouses .

George joked about it, and said -w of five years. in which is was assessed: are as. Starke for North L

that he'd put the feed out and follows: I South Starke.
Jeffrey Hunter Is seen as one Certificate
No. 41; Year of Issuance Rivers Service Station, Graham.
then every time the Methodist of the two younger brothers who 19S;. Community Center Crocker

steer came near the feed he gaveit is considered ecause he Description of Property: I lot lying City Hall. Hampton.Community .
cowardly in 3W & of NWU of Center. Therf' lla.
SWU 100
a jab with a pitchfork. Judgingby
N & S by 50 ,ft School Building. New River
does not believe in violence. : E & W as Dese. .
how tender the meat turned I hi DD Bk. '71 page 215 Sec., 22 on the Uth day of April. 1S5S. in
accordance with a resolution
From indications now there will out to be maybe George has a NOTICE INVITATION FOR BIDS: T6S.R.2iE. and adopted by the Board passed of
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be berries now in about two new idea for tenderizing meat. Electrical work including\ lights Name in which assessed: Frank Public Instruction of Bradford

weeks if the weather holds up S S S Phillips ClassroomTo salesman, of Lake City, and oper- cf the results of a comprehensivestudy and grading sufficient and power cooling to machines.operate Ward.All of said property being in the (County }Florida on the Sth day of
March 1958 to determine whetherthe
good. J. B. Gaskin's patch, for example The meat was so good at the I ated by John Peck and R. F. of methods to improve the wells etc. and plumbing: work to County of Bradford. State of Flor Board of Public Instiurtion of
Be In
is full of bloom and fruit barbecue that i Shiblom. services ahd operations of established take care of needed repairs according ida.Unless Bradford County. Florida, for andon
"Vet" Bob Mullins to lay-out by for euch
owner Starke certificate or certl behalf of
1 Special Tax School District
and he feels with any kind of luck went back so many times that of the l'etroleumCompany's The air-conditioned trailer PiJllips develop new to the service For details write State Farmers' ing to law the arrord-I.
persons property
he should start County shall issue serial bonds in
picking around further the
Inez Green got bug-eyed designed to improve in such
following newly developed mobile station business. In addition to Markets, Box 1191 I. Winter Haven, certificate or certificates the principal amount of 1430,000.
the first of the month. him. Finally someone mentioned .services rendered 66 'la.. Phone CY 2-3169. will be sold to the highest bidder 00 for the following
I classrooms for service station .by Phillips purposes:
the mobile classrooms, each cf 3/13 %t 3.0 at the court house: door on the first BKOOKER
to Bob that a man's stomach I i training will be in Starke beginning dealers and their employees l, and the company's 17 sales divisions ----,. Monday in Month of April, 1955, SCHOOL Renovate JUNIOR exisiting HIGH
He and Luther Milliard got the could only hold eight pounds, and I 'March 26. according to T. is equipped with modern teachingaids i NOTICE OP APPUCAT10FOR which Is the 7 day of April US8. buildings: paint buildings pur-
"grass" on their berries last week has also established one or more Dated this :3 day of March. 1958.: chase and
then Bob quit. TAX DEED necessary equipment
EL Gilmore manager of the Tampa and actual service station (OFFICIAL SEAL)
and in the Notice is hereby given, that E. K. improve site.
case of "J. B. he had S.Understand dealer development statioms with Charles
sales division. The unit will be equipment. Perryman the holder of the follow- A. Darby. Clerk off H A M P T p N ELEMENTARY
to have the plants hoed out three there is one complaint districtMAXVILLE' The mobile classrooms are part a full-time director'in charge. Incr nprtiflnfitea_ has filpd RAM, l'I>.r_ CircuU,Court of Bradford SCHOOL Renovate existing
in charge of Joe Doney, --- nnn ---- ----- -- -- Bounty; Florida.
different times before he finally .- --- tificates for a tax deed to be Issued buildings paint buildings pur'chase :
about the straw- I
24-pint 3/t 4t
thereon. The certificate numbers necessary enlarge
could get the mulch on. berry crate. Mrs. Geneva Gaskins botham and sons. World ProblemsAre and years of issuance the descrip- and improve site.

S S said the trouble with them is that ,Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Schmehls tion of the property, and the names In The Circuit Court Of The EIghth LAWTEY JUNIOR HIGH
Jacksonville DiscussedAt in which is was assessed are as Judicial Circuit Of Florida In Aid SCHOOL Renovate existing
and children of
AU spent
of which makes
a sea- they fill up too fast and you have follows: For Bradford roiatr. I. Chaar.r,. building paint buildings. purchase -
eon that will long be rememberedby to keep busy just making up .. last Sunday with Mr. and MM.. Rotary ClubA Certificate No. 67; Year of Issuance Case0.. 12-497 necessary equipment, Improve .
1955. IN Re site, construct new cafeteria -
Adoption of
berry the latest Buford Higginbotham and daughter : DOXALD
one crates. By Mr*. C. B. Nolanfyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy Description of Property: 11.4 A In BERT ROBERTSON and MELVIN and construct new classrooms
on record. The folks we checked S S SHave Merle. In the afternoon Mr. quick run-down on problens: SE Corner of SE 4 of NWVi &: N WARREN ROBERTSON. JR.. Minor .
said they could not remember a and Mrs. Higginbotham accompanied 320 ft of NE% of SW% ex 2 lots Children By: RUSSELL ALBERT STARKE ELEMENTARY
you ever heard about the facing nations and peoples In various to Robert J. *odd Sec. 13. T 8 EBERLE, Their Step-Father. SCHOOL-Construct: new library.BRADFORD ,
season in which berries were so them for a visit with Mr. S R 22 E I COUNTY HIGH
superstition that it is bad luck to OBDER OF PUBLICATIONAND
the sick list this week
late. was and Mrs. James Waters and family parts of the globe was given Name in which assessed: Fred S. OTICR TO DEFEND SCHOOL-Construct new audi
burn a house down unless you Mrs. Florence Parrish. Mrs. Frances Dodd. torium.
S. S in Lawtey. FO: Melvin Warren Robertson, &.
take the top off first? We can'timagine Adams, Edward Edenfield. and at the Rotary Club March 19tn AH of said property being In the Clark Boarding House, Bainbridge NEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL-

Too much water around Lawtey how it ever got started, John Mosley. Linda Johns, daughter of Mr. by Rev. Jack Creighton, who was County of Bradford State of Flor Georela: Erect Starke new to Include school six in ((6)or classrooms near

Hid Heilbronn Springs, and not and we wonder if anyone else and Mrs. Colon Johns has won in missionary work in China for ida.Unless such certificate or certi- petition You are has hereby been filed notified that a cafeteria and offices.
The Baldwin High School baseball ficates shall be redeemed in the above R.J.B. HIGH SCHOOL. Starke -
enough, around Keystone. Folks the honor of being the champion according
knows. 21 and at one time styled court by Russell Albert Eberle
years president to law the Construct five (5) classrooms,
over that way have about gone SS team plays two games this speller of the eighth grade at the such certificate property certificates describedin fcr the adoption of Donald Bert ANDERSON JUNIOR HIGH
week. On Tuesday the 25th they cf the woman's college in or Robertson and Melvin
crazy as they have watched Baldwin School. Mary Kilgore. will be sold to the highest bidderat Warren Robert- SCHOOL. Lawtey Construct
like this too It
We one seems Parker at Canton.Mr. I son. Jr., minor children by the petitioner cafetorinm.
will play against Terry the court house door on the first new
Brooklyn Lake go down steadily daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. R. and
step-father of said minor
that many years ago there was an 1 who has also Monday In Month of April. 1958, Said bonds shall be dated the
Macclenny park. On Arpil Creighton.
about 8-10 inches a month one Kilgore was among the six finalists which I it the 7 day of April. 1958.:; II children Russell Albert Eberle and 1st day of May 1958 and shall
man said leaving their beautiful old fellow around here by the they will play Green Cove Springs competing for top honors in served as president of two colleges -. Dated this :3 day of March. 1938.:; you are hereby summoned ordered bear interest from the data
(OFFICIAL SEAL) and rquired to file jour aJswerr thereof until paid at a rate not
lakefront homes name of Griffis who supposedto there, and Lee High in Jacksonville The in the U. S., is currently defense to the
and boat docks was the seventh grade at Baldwin. Charles A. Darby, Clerk of petition in said cause to exceed six per cent per annum
high and dry. But now the creekis have powers of magic. Anyhow, on April 3. On Saturday finalist in the seventh grade a- assigned as pastor of the Presbyterian of Circuit Court of Bradford in the office of the undersigned clerk payable seml-annually on
County. Florida. of said court at Starke, Bradford the 1st dayof May and November -
flowing out of Magnolia Lake a man from Georgia driving a April 5 they will play Callahan in long with Linda, will compete in Church m WHiiston. He 3/6 4t 3/27 County. Florida, on or before the of each year and shall be

and it may be that Brooklyn will herd of cattle stopped at the Grif- Baldwin.Mr. the Jacksonville Journal SpellingBee spoke of world conditions with %8th day of March. 1958, and to serve In the. denomination of $1.000.

start filling up again. fis place and asked if there wasa and Mrs. joe Lucas and to be held in the near future. the authority gained from exten- NOTICE OP TAX APPLICATION DEED! FOR copy Jr., petitioners thereof on attorney.Theron A.whose Yawn.ad- each;ten said years bonds from shall date be of callable Issuance .

5 I II pen where he could put up his family had as their guests for Mary Kilgore represented the sive travel in foreign countriesand Notice is hereby given, that E. K. dress i!': Post Office Drawer 791 thereof upon terms prescribed -
I cattle. old said he'd take Mr.- and his% Ferryman the holder of the follow- Starke Florida on or before said date by said Board and shall
The night
The wet weather lately has certainly man Saturday supper, Maxville grammer school last yearas from background as a
ing certificates mature
has filed said certificates and to show cause on or before serially In annual installments -
ruined a lot of our graded tare of it, went out and circled Mrs. Earl Mosley and children.Mr. champion speller.Mr. student of history. He deploredthe for a tax deed to be issued said date. why said petition should on the 1st day of

roads. Took a trip out the one the cows a-whistling as he went and Mrs. Leslie Sweat and .' and Mrs. Dan Hargroves loss by the U. S. of the thereon.years The of issuance certificate the numbersand descrip- not the Laws be granted of Florida, all as and required the Florida by May from. 1959 to 1978, both Inclusive. .

which leads from Lawtey to Heil-I and then told the man from family were visitors in Jac son- and Terry Cannon visited at.the friendship of the great masses of tion of the property, and the namesin Rules of Civil Procedure. .If you All duly qualified electors of

bronn Springs [the one that's on I Georgia not to worry about them. ville Saturday. Bradford County hospital Sunday China, now under Communist regime follows which: 'is was assea&ed are as fail to do so a Decree Pro Confesso Special One Tax of Bradford.school District County,Number who

the list] and it was worse than But the man from Georgia was Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Nolan and afternoon with Mrs. Waver Grif- and said this might have Certificate JNO. zo; tear of Issuance will relief be demanded entered against in the petition.you for the I are freeholders and who have been

''the Rocky, Road to Dublin." skeptical. so he set men to guard and 'Wellhau- fis. Friends of Mrs. Griffis will been prevented it the U. S. had I 1954. This notice shall be published once I re-registered In the special re-re'
SHad son Bobby Henry, Description of froperty: B 440 ft of each week for eistrptioo of freeholders previously
four weeks
the cows that night. However, in sen attended the baseball game be interested to learn that Mrs. not arrived with too little, too SEVi of SW>4 of NW i Sec 25: T in the Bradford County coDe'uth'e; Telegraph. held fcr said bond election shall be

a very enjoyable time at the morning when he tried to in Jacksonville Friday afternoon Griffis was able to return to her late" when the Nationalist forces 5SR2E Witness my hand and the seal of entitled to vote on the question of

,the Methodist barbecue in Starke get the herd moving he had trouble between :Baldwin and Andrew home here on Tuesday and we all needed help. McNeal Name in which assessed: Manuel said Court,at Starke, Bradford County. the. however issuance of that said any bonds,qualified provided. -
Florida this
22 of
day February: ,
Saturday night. The beef was the The cows would not budge Jackson.Mr. wish her a speedy recovery. The introduced All of said property being In the 1958. electors residing in the District
speaker was by
best barbecue we've had and Sam from the spot. Finally old man County of Bradford State of Flor (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) who are freeholders may vote at
and Mrs. Claude Green Buck Wellhausen ,has been ill T. T. Long. said bond election upon complying
had dessert called Griffis went round and round the ida.Unless Charles A. Darby, Clerk of said
a Ozark Pud- visited in Hampton Sunday with and had to miss some school this such certificate or certi- Circuit Court. with the requirements of tub-sec
he went and ficates shall be redeemed accord- tion (d> of Section 100.241. Florid
ding from a recipe by Mrs. Dell cows, a-whistling as -
By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk2i274t320
and "
Mr. and Mrs. Avery Slade week. ing to law the property describedin I Statutes.
Perryman which was super-doop- then 'went up to the owner and family. Dog Catcher Claims such certificate or certificates I BOARD OF'PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
let the Our deepest heartfelt sympathygoes will be sold to the of .
er. said, "You forgot to gap highest bidderat Bradford County."Iorlda.
S ,. And enough, off went Mrs. Evelyn Griffis and daughter to Mr. Elbert Brown and Dog Lovers Raid the court house door on the first! M TICK D. W. Starling, Chairman.
down. sure Sarah Mae accompanied Mr. the death of his Monday in Month of April 1958. o otlrr of Sprclal Klw'U. of Freeholder ATTEST:
Incidentally, it seems that the the cows! to the family over Pound For Pets which is the 7 day of April. 1928. of Special Tax 1'801 DI.- H. P. )Iorg n, Superintendentof
Waver Griffis and children mother. Mrs. Annie Brown. who Dated this 3 day of March, 1858. trlrl :>umber ,One, Bradford Public Instruction, Bradford

.yyy...... .......... were Tuesday night guests of Mr. Bradford County hospital Fridayto passed away Monday in a Jack- (OFFICIAL SEAL) County ,,Florida to I>,lerml.e1hehrr I I County, Florida,
who is Russell ,Homsby. Starke do! Charles A. Darby, Clerk of the Board of Public IB- 3.13 5t 4-10
I visit with Mrs. Griffis
and Mrs. Morris Carter. sonville hospital after a brief ill-
Mr. and Mrs. S. T: Schultz and a patient there., Mrs. Griffis Is ness. catcher, has complained: to the -
: I children of Hamlet. N. C. visited supposed to come home this week. Easter Sunrise Services will be City Council that on various occasions "- I

with Mr. and Mrs. Bill Reddish Mr. and Mrs,. Alfred Harris and held atthe Baldwin School foot- people have broken into
By Mrs. Harvey McCarthyHowdy and Mrs. Ida 'Padgett the pound :and released dogs.
and Ray.
Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Crosby son.
ball field Easter morning. April
'here have been other abuses of For The Easiest
..&.&&&&&&&&&&&&& &a&. Mr and Mrs. J. M% Rosier Mon- and GeraldineBrock of Middle- 6 at 5:45 a. m.. All local pastors the ,property.Tho $
Folkston Ga. Sun-
burg visited in ,
will attend and.the music will be
folks and don't forget .HAVMr.. and Mrs.'Clyde Johns and day afternoon. by the music class of the Baldwin Councilmen agreed at f"- 1k
what Tuesday will be! The' and Debbie Ra- their regular meeting on March -
custom -.1 family visited Saturday night Randy. Junior School under the direction of:Mr.

of playing tricks on the with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Thorn- fuse. children of Mr. and Mrs: O. E. Rastopher. The public is invited 18th to have a new'gate putup- .
first! day of April appears to be J Rafuse are ill with the mumps. to attend. fading into the'place and to ask You Ever Made tA': : -

universal among the European ton.Mr. from There will be a Tupperware the police to patrol the area fre- i -
flew in
Leon Norman, The Church grounds of the : :
peoples. In Prance the victim of party Friday night. March 28 at auently. They added that it will -
such Jokes is called Miami Tuesday a. m. to visit with Club at 7:30p. Maxville Baptist church are being hard ,with caught be- '
practical an the Maxville Civic : HO anyone
his son and family. Mr. and Mrs. filled iIi this week, will CALL SLADE GAS
April Fish [poisson d' Avrill: In Harold Norman. m. The public is cordially in- i everyone cause the offense involves destruction Company }
be glad to know.
ScoUand, a Gowk or Cuckoo; and vited. of City Property.
in the English-speaking countries Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Red- Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Harris and On Friday April 18 a barbecue

Mr,an and April Mrs.Fool.Henry Thornton ding ed Friday and baby with of Wildwood Mr. Redding'sparents visit son.' Geraldine Ray and Brock Mrs. Ida of Middle-Padgettand supper be and given free at, entertainmentwill the Baldwin Lawtey Post Office and ask how, regardless of condition .: .

Mr. and Mrs. Russell School for all students and their Will Move Soon
and daughter, Sharon, and Mrs. burg visited Sunday with Mr. and ,
Annie Kelly visited Mr. and Mrs. Redding. Mrs. E. V; Brock and family at families. A baseball game will be trade that old a

Warren Kelly of Palatka Friday Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chiefland and while there attended held in the afternon. After supper The Lawtey Postoffice will you can

night. Henry Thornton were Mr. and church services at the Chief- the band will play and dancingcan move to new quarters on Lake

Mrs. Raymond Parker and chil- land Church of God. be enjoyed until a late hour. Street about April 1, according to
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Morgan and
daughter-Judy were Sunday din- dren of Jacksonville.Mrs. Harris-Brock Marriage This event, as last year, Is being Postmistress, Mrs. Mae Wells. The range in on a beautiful new Automatic 1-

ner guests of their daughter, Freeman Crosby Mrs. Bill A marriage of interest to a wide sponsored by the school faculty building formerly owned by the

Joyce and their niece,.Delvene in Reddish and son, Keith visited in circle of friends is that of Miss and parents. 'All of the Maxville Griffis family,.was recently pur-

in Jacksonville. Later in the day Jacksonville%last Thursday.Mr. Geraldine Brock, daughter of Mr. and Clay Hill parents rfre, askedto chased by Jim Rosier and his son, Gas Range and get $$75for :

they visited their son Mr. and McCormick of the State and Mrs. E. V. Brock of Chief- .donate cakes and pies as re- Marvin, Lawtey mail carrier. The i.

Mrs. Roy Mcrgan and family also Farm has extended his visit and land, to Alfred Ray Harris, son of freshments. Please take them to building has been completely redone -

of Jacksonville.Mrs. will be staying longer with his Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Harris of the school house early Friday with new floor, ceiling and it. ,

daughter and her familY Mr. and Maxville which was solemnized afternoon or contact ,Mrs. C B. walls, and painted inside. Mrs.

Marshman Reddish, her Mrs.' Ernie Johns., I Monday evening. March 24 at the Nolan or Mrs. Carter on Clay Hill Wells said they are only waiting '
mother Mrs. Louise Starling and
Our Community welcomes Mr. home of Judge J. E. Harvey, Sr. to arrange to have your pastries for the fixtures to be installed. J
her sister. Miss Lorina Starling I
and Mrs. Summerseal and family. of Folkston. Ga. Mrs. Harris attended delivered. -
of Mrs. Ida f i
were Sunday guests '
who have moved here from Green! school at.the Thomas Jefferson '3 5;
Lee Cox in Green Cove Springs.Mrs. : At The ParkFred I ; S
Cove Springs. They are residingin I School Marietta and the At The Florida

Frank Norman and daughter P. D. Reddish's house. Mr.I Middleburg School. Ray gradu- co-stars with I

Miss Barbara Jean Norman Summerseal is employed at the ated from the Baldwin ,High "Cowboy." a western that is de. MacMurray
Jeffry Hunter and Janice Rule i
attended a "Sing" in Gainesville State Farm. School. class of '57. He is presently scribed as distinctly different from
in "Gun for a Coward" showingat -
Sunday. We are very sorry to report that employed at Cecil Field.1 any other films of this type opens i)1S.:
the Park Theatre Sunday'through
Mrs. Russell Redding was visit. Mrs." R. L. Morgan was admittedto Attending the wedding were the Sunday at the Florida Tneatre

ed by her sister Mrs. Curtis Cold- the Glendale Hospital in Pa bridegroom's mother. Mrs., Alfred with a topflight cast, includingGlen Tuesday. ,

ing of Plant City Friday. latka Monday night. May we remember Harris: the bride's sister. Mrs. Ford. Jack Lemmon, Anna MacMurray Is seen as, a toil- I -i-: I
Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. and her worn cattleman :who has devoted I i1@
to pray in her behalf. Lois Hershey of Callahan: KasMi, and Brian Donlevy. .
Ernie Johns were Mr. and Mrs. Glad to see Keith Reddish aunt. Mrs. Ida Padgett of Middle- himself ,to making the family ,

Morris Johns and family and Mr. feeling better after being ill several burg. The young couple are mak- The film tells the real-ate storyof ranch a paying proposition after

and Mrs. Clyde Johns and family, days last week due to dental. ing their home for the present Frank Hams:young adventurer his father's death. He also serves I
Mrs. J. E. McCormIck and would-be cowboy who -
and Mr. and surgery. with the bridegroom's parents, but .
bluffs a tough cow man into taking -
all of Jacksonville and Mr. '
The Elementary PTA will meet plan to move into the Griffis Plumbing At
him on a cattle drive along
and Mrs. Mounds of High Springs. Tuesday. April 1, in the Elemen- apartments in the very near Its Best -
Miss Wilma Bond from Alabama the trail to Mexico and back.
tary Cafeteria at 1:30 p. m. All future. All Types
is spending a week with her parents are urged to attend. I Mrs. Ruby Durrance. Mrs. Dora' Ford gives a top ,performanceas

,parents. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Bon George Huggins says: With rain Byrd and Mr. and Mrs. C. B. No- the hard-driving, trail-fighting; EconomicalPrfres

Keith Reddish and Bud Harley like we are having th only activity lan visited in Palatka last Tues- cattleman who braves the dangersand For Clean, Fast, Economical

were Jacksonville visitors Sunday. that has looked good is the day afternoon with Mrs. Debbie: hardships of the catUe Onve S '

Mrs. Annie Kelly spent the fertilizing of some pastures. Grassis Phillips, and Mr. and Mrs. Simeon for the great rewards that can -.. ;:.::.:: -':: -.iiiCooking, you just CAN'T

weekend with her son and daugh- turning green and several farm- Phillips and daughter. be his when he hits Chicago with Installation and ServiceOf r I

ter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Warren ers have remarked that it seems Birthday Party his precious nerd. ,He is the able All Types 'S I BEAT GAS. You just can't

Kelly in Palatka. to them their cows are looking Mrs. Leslie Sweat entertainedat guide and teacher for Jack Lem. Plumbing & Heating S ,
afford to turn down an offer
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Green visited
better. Some of our farmers have her home last Friday after- mon seen as Harris: the young \ '

inLake: City Saturday with Mr.Green's had the "Soil test" made. This is noon. March 21 with 'a birthday hotel clerk who longS to be a GNANNPLUMBING t.-__ .--- like this!

father Mr. L. P. Green. a wonderful way in which to see party honoring her daughter. cowboy. -5- S
;. .
Those attending the Sullivan what you soil needs There will Alene on her 11th birthday an- _Anna Kashfi plays a Mexican CO. ._ S -

and Howard wedding at the Normandy be a meeting of the Farm Bureau niversary. Games were played cattle baron's
beautiful daughter 118 Court Street
Baptist Temple in Jack-
and Cattlemen's Association in throughout the afternoon. after who falls in love
with Lemmon.
sonville: a big event of last week, the Lion's Den at Starke Friday which refreshments of birthday Donlevy has a fine PHONE 514-J
as a famous -
were Mrs. Russell Redding Miss night. Supper will be at 7:30 p. m. cake and drinks were served to '
Linda Gaskins Glen gunfighter Weary of having to Night Can Collect 2896 Use that old
and Mr. Whether you are a member or Sharon and Karen Griffis. Mary kill the gun-happy men who Craw range as a $75.00 down payment on a

Norman.Mr not. if you are interested please Copeland Helen ,Cannon, Helen on him. Keystone Heights

and Mrs., Maxie Carter Jr. come.. The program will be on North. Barbara Whitehead. Harriet -

and 'son Brad of Kingsley Lake., "Usage of Liquid Fertilizer.- ThisIs Stanley Sara Mae Griffis,I New Automatic Gas Range from

something rather new but it Mike and Nathan Cannon. Gary Thafs Our Biuineu

might prove to be just what our Lucas Earl Cannon. Sue I Harris. I

farmers would like. to use. A film Clara Mae and Mary Brown,and' w IfIt'GIass We Hare Iii!

will be shown after which there Robin Higginbotham. Mrs. Sweat I' CALL WRITE or VISIT

will be a question and answer was assisted in entertaining by I SLADE GAS Co.NEXT

period. If you think you would Mrs. Rudy Higginbotham and
0r Joe Peters Glass Co.
like to use liquid fertilizer or be Mrs. Junior Goolsby.

informed more about same,' be at Mr. and Mrs. JoLnny Sweat and .

1 this Important meeting. son of, Macclenny were' supper FOR ANY GLASS NEED
| Dent forget ,the services at guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie We Design Modern Store Fronts DOOR,WINN-DIXIE ,

GIVES tUMirMUM Heilbronn or at the church of Sweat and family Saturday night. Just MaO Us A Pattern for S

FROM &L THOSE MISERIES your choice. We need our churches Mr.and Mrs. H. A. Sweat. Sally -

more today than we ever have in and Libby Sweat of Macclenny Table Tops, GO FIRST CLASS -- GO GAS WITH SLADE
1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville FIa. Phone FR. 2-4353
the past God Bless you and yours enjoyed Saturday night, supper

bye now. with, Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Higgin- L%::=!_' ,-_ -----,-S ._. ,--- ___ ,_ _: _-"" ___ .
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= -- 1S1dyq GIasgoRejoins t School TrafficGetting V 'Ocala Negro Claims

Careless Holdup Staged
1 Fire; Department Policewoman SaysSome North Of StarkeAn

-4' lit New Set-up local people are gettingcareless Ocala negro man. Fred

about obeying' traffic Johnson reported to Marion

Harold Glasgow, presently employed regulations/ jn the school zone." County officers that he was held

4 MO t, at Hart Furniture, Cp.f Mrs. Agnes Mae Tillman school I up by three white men on U% S.

y _.__.- ... will, rejoin the Starke Fire; Department traffic officer says that if is particularly 301 north of Starke last Saturday

as a fun-time fireman bad after school on rainy morning and robbed of $JU0.

I Miss Ann Bunch Operetta Staged on April 1. days when parents pick up the ir j' Johnson said the holdup took

ToWed B. F. Miles By KindergartenOn The addition of Glasgow will children. People have been park--'I place about 7 a.m.

bring the full-time fireman force ing in well-defined no-parking Sheriff P. D. Keddish said that

Flower ThemeThe to a total of four, in accordance zones and some have been exceeding Johnson did not report the incident -

with recent action of the 1\Y the speed limit for the zone.: to officers here. He said
Starke Woman's Club was
Council authorizing a 2i-h9ur-on Mayor W. T. JacKson said thata that he and his deputies had not
'the.setting last Friday night for
and 24-hours off schedule for the policeman 'will be stationed there Uncovered any evidence here that
Mama ,Priest's Kindergaj-ten, presentation -
of the lovely operetta fire fighters. Heretofore, the fire- for a short time to remind the would throw light on the alleged

I The Wedding of the Flowers." men have bee's on a $ -Mursonand people of the regulations and he: holdup.

The 24-hours-off scheoifle.. asks that all parents puking up
stage was deccrated as a I
farden setting for the wedding, The full-time force will consist children to' please. remember to Senior MYF Will

with white arches,serving aa the of Fire Chief D. W. Carpenter,, keep their speed within the legal Conduct Services
support; for arrangements of and firemen H. C. Buford 71. L. limit and to not park in the no-

beautiful spring flowers. : t Reed, and Glasgow. parking zone. Sunday NightThe

Ellen Bloodworth Oiner Erod nual variety' show presented. by Carpenter and Reed will work
were beautifully gowned as"Roses" Zoro Numfer From Variety Show I the club and both previous per-I one shift changing al 8 a.m., and 34 Seniors Leave Senior MY<" of the fo' rst
Methodist Church
will have
Buford and the other. charge
: with garlands of roses in w formances have been highly successful. Glasgow '
t4j- i ol the evening service this Sun.
their hair. The lovely little "Vio Providing an eyeful of fLatin"teauty school cafetorium Friday and Saturday The upstairs quarters in the

: '. lets" were Carolyn" Crews andKathy !are Il-r Barbara Spencer, night, March 2-29. Per. R. G. White Jr. is director of fire station will now be used as Next, ThursdayFor day at the church.

3 t ._f1r-A Ortffin, gowned I in pale Bennie Smith. Shirley Reddish., formances tart at 8 p. m. the show, and Sam Zack will sleeping and erfting quarters for The Senior Pepartment of the
\ ift violet, with violets in their hair. and Betty Blcodworth as they will the firemen, an} there will be no New York Methodist Sunday School wilj celebrate -
Proceeds from the show will go serve as master of ceremonies. Maundy Thursday at 7 p.m.
The'marching "Sunflowers" ;
t appear to the Zoo Skit in "Con permanent residents Tfce firemenwill ..
; vere Jim Shuford.'Benjy Mojley, lornorama," the Junior Woman's into the community swimming Tickets are on sale by members spend 24 hours at home and Thirty-four of the 99 membersof 'on April 'with communion in the

and Paul Faulkner, dressed in Club'annual variety show to be t.pooj? \ fund, a project pf the Junior white with large sunflowers presented in the elementary Club. This will be I public is invited to bout
the third an- .at the door. V The quarters were this week High. School will leave next
their faces. services.
arcund -
The dainty"Daisies"were Denise ,Kenneth Elder Beta Sigma Phi V -u VV equipped with four new beds. Thursday four-day on trip the to Silver Washington Jlfiteor,fora D.

Winkler Debra Jane John, and Weds Fetes Rushee C !and New York City, Pre-Easter ServicesAt
Mary Waring O t
I Dana Marie Mays dressed in : Keystone Street Meteor wil hereabout
The Silver stop
beautiful gowns of.white and! yellew. [ In. Charleston At. Tacky PartyA Brooker Baptist
To : to the
ImprovedBy 2:50 p.m. piclf up
Mr. 'and .Mrs. George H. Bunch Sara Louise Whitt. dressedin 01

of Banner Elk! fi. C. announce pink, made a beautiful flower Mr. and Mrs.' Thomas Richard tacky. party and spaghetti Early..Summer Seniors and their chaperones. Starting Monday
will arrive Washington
till engagement of their daughter. girl. carrying a basket of rose Waring of Charleston. S. C., announce supper was enjoyed by members They and spend Pre'Easter services will be heM

Martha Ann, to Hill *', Miles, son petals. the marriage of their of Beta Sigma Phi sorority Mon .1/11#, lawrence ..Boulevard (the main early Friday morning at the Brooker Baptist Church

of '),Jr.' and Mrs. J!;. b'. :Miles. otJL The Jack-in-Pulpit. who performed daughter, JJary Randglph. to day evening at the home of Mrs. )business street, of Keystone the day touring the capitol. } city net Monday through Friday at

$tarke. the ceremony' was Keith Kenneth Jacques Elder: son'of MaxJe V Carter Jr. at Kingsley PastEdited I Heights, will be widened soon to and nearby Mount Vernoo.Leaving for 7:30: p. m. The pastor Rev. James

tpring wedding la planned. Patra)'. dressed in a navy blue Mr, and Mrs. Emmett 0.. Elder Lake honoring the nine rushees. facilitate the handling of traffic Friday afternoon Temple announces that the life
suit and hat made like the flow of gtarke. The rushees are: Mrs. Ronald and parking in the business dis New York, they will make headquarters of Christ will be studied during

Garden Club er of that name. The' ceremony took place March Griffis. Mrs. Aubrey Kite. Mrs! trict.Mayor at the Knickerbocker the Passion Week series and
The bridegroom, Mike Marco 15 at the' residence of Dr. John Hotel near Times Sauare. and will
S. E. Shuman, Mrs. Donald Ko- [ by Alice Carrey] M. L. Beasley quotes there will be special music each
Makes Final Plans wore a white suit and the lovely 8. Day, the officiating minister, komoor Mrs. W, D. Thompson.' Maybe this is the wrong time I' tflte Road Department officials spend Saturday and Center Sunday, United visiting evening. The public is invited.

F Easter Bazaar. bride. Ruth McAliley. was gowned in Spartanburg, S, C, Jr., Mrs. Elton Smith Mrs. James to remind the farmers of the ae spying the project will get iuvderwiy Rockefeller
Of I in white with a finger tip veil The bride attended theCharleston ;BlQQdworth Mrs. Drew Reddish. soon, and be completed Nations beadciuarters, the JjOw-

Final plans for the Starke Garden of illusion. ,Day School and Ashley Mrs. Ned Yancey's membership strawberry but according season to the of 25 Telegraph years ago.of by June 1. cry, Chinatown, and other sights. itSharingCOMING
After the ceremony, four form They will see the Broadway musical
l Hall in Charleston, and grad-
Club Flower Show School and! was ..reactivated and Mrs. George March 10. 1933, shipments of berries Thi: project calls for widening "
Denmark and also a -
kindergarten pupils Joyce "LU Abner performance
er uated in 195" from HoltopArmsSchool
thfir Easter bazaar were made at Flynn, Jr. was transferred from had already passed the half tlu; street 10 feet. from Stat3Roa4iO0
.Evelyn Sinclair .Parry in Washington D. C.: She at Kadio Qty MUSIC
the March Tampa to; this unit. to the below the i
Monday evening ? million [quart] mark for the sea- curve
Hatcher, and J. Roy Chasteen, made her debut last season in ; HalL On Easter!: Sunday, they:
in the: Parish House. dance number.. I Mrs, .Shuman won a. prie for son. On Dec. 16. 1932, 50 quarts own hall, and t provide two 12- easter: '
presented a tap Charleston.Mr. will yiew the traditional !
Mrs. R. F, Young, president. the tackiest costume. Charades were shipped and the total con- foot pissing lanes! and two 8-foot
About 150 parents relatives, Elder graduated from :bradford Parade on Fifth Ayenue.
presided over the meeting and were played after the spaghetti tinued to climb until on March marking lanes.
and friends attended the oper High School in 1956 and is After time out for shopping on
Mr 'F. B. Beard
the de-
gave supper.\ 10. shipments from Starke equal- The palms lining Lawrence
TotipnaL Mrs. J. W. Ritch. finance etta. now a sophomore at Wofford led 240,273 and from Lawtey Boulevard will be moved and re-' Monday morning, the group will
Teachers of the kindergartenare Cpllege, :|Ie i$ a member of Delta for to
board train a return trip
chairman. anncuuced. that theEaster Mrs. Clyde Priest. Mrs. A. J. Sigma Phi fraternity. Flower Show School 405.100, making a total of 645473 set in other parts of the city. according -

Bazaar and bake sale will Thomas Jr.,. and Mrs. Vernon Sil- quarts with income from the sales. to Qene Williams: chairman { Starke.
bo heW on the porch of the The couple will reside in Spar- To, Be SponsoredBy reaching $ 8J47.30. of the streets committee. -Accompanying the Seniors a?

Etarke Hotel on W. Call street onturday8. cox. tanburg while Mr. Elder continues the will be
Garden.Club This did not include truck ship- State Senator Tom Adams reported chaperones on trip
.* Mar." 29 and Apr. 5. his studies.Miss ments which were heavy.V recently to the Chambero Mrs. Betty rdaisdell Mrs. Lois

from 10 a. m. to 3 p. m. All members Presbyterian. Women i The StarkeGarde Club is offering V Cheer up boys, the- average Commerce on the progress cf Moore, :MrsFreida Judd, Mrs.

are asked to make contributions Met Tuesday Night Joann SladeIs a Flower Show School (o price then; was $4 a crate. other plans to improve highways Henry Steffaneli Mrs. Nate Dyal,

for the sale. Plans were Honor Guest be held in 'the Episcopal Parish At the same time the Plant City leading into Keystone. and the class sponsor, C. 1'. Cow-

also discussed for the Flower The First Presbyterian Woinen House on Church street. April 10- markej, where they packed pint en.

bow School to be held Thursday I of the Church met ia the assemblY At Luncheon 11, and is open to the public for ;,crates, was coming to a close of Car Stolen While

and Friday.' Apr. 10-11. from 2:30 --.. hall---- of-- the- Sunday. School _a"nnmna1 u......._ .fAA'...... I .ifo.... ".".W\n with n._. .Q'.. tftfol_ wv Cola ftf v. Iff av.-_ -
to 9:30: p. m.The 'public- is, invited. building Tuesday night at S Miss Joanne Slade, popular Mrs. John 'R. Bear of Tam!>3. J08.435 Pints for which they received Dwner. Is gating; Exectutive BoardThe

'attend.** o'clock..' Mrs.. Kobert. .Chapman! bride-elect of June was the inspiration I 'well $1,020,464.52.'S .
a known show judge '
flower* the
board of
: : Fish Supper'Mack executive SOONIN
; Mrs. P. Nolf 1. program presided' over the business meeting for a delightful luncleoo \- Vill teach "Flower Arranging" S S
chairman presented Mrs. Ruby gjyeo Jwir .. J{. G. Duncan Starke Woman's Club will meet
and Mrs. Chris Matheson. by $ : and "Flower Show Practice." Mrs. Another news items of interest Griffis of Lawtey had ins
Johns who presided at a question president of the Suwannee Fresby- and Mrs. E. L. Matthews at the Alma Funk a horticulturist of was. about Leaster G. Crews, who 1954: Ford car stolen Monday Thursday afternoon. April 3, at STARKE!

and answer period concerning local terial, was introduced and presentd home of the latter on East Adkins note will give instruction regard- was raised near the Conner bridge night while is was parked in 3:SO o'clock in the club house. .
home garden problems. .
a program on "me Church." street last Saturday. ing plants suitable for Florida. near New River. Crews was a Mi- front of the Dave Tanner home V
The hostesses served a dessert motif policeman at the time ..
A and white ami Mayor
pink color
hour. Refreshments, were served to The courses on both days will north of Lawtey on, U. S. 301.
the '
course during social carried in the attractive Anton J. Cermak of Chicago was .
the 26 members jdrs. was out -
present by :
be from; 2:30 in the afternoon, to Griffis bad stopped at the ':anners' -
Louise Harden and Mrs. Carl floral arrangements of dogwood .the of !PlIed |fp Miami by angora in the
Club PlansEaster 9:30: in evenings. Outlines
Junior to give them some flail he
Kirt&inger. and pink azaleas placed at vantage attempt on the life of President penEASTER

Egg HuntThe points throughout. The buffet the blanks.course may, be obtained and registration from Mrs. Frankjjn f, D. Roosevelt: had just caught= and was invitedto : .
table in the The report concerning Crews share the Din at supper with
dining room was
Junior Woman's Club will Helen Masters Circle overlaid with a' linen cuawork Maxie Carter Sr.; chairman of the read in part "As a reward: for his the Tanners. About 6:30. :Mrs.
Flower Show School committee.
entertain the children of membersat Executive BpardThe cloth 'and centered with an old- part in nabbing the assassin only Florence Tanner heard a noise V SALE

an Easter Egg Hunt at 3:30 'p. fashioned, 'nosegay' of pink care a few seconds after the shot was and got to.the front, pf the. housein

m. on Wednesday, April 2. in the Helen Masters Circle of nations and white stock outlined UDC To Meei'V fired Crews was named to- the time to see the car driven off. k7Ci1f1ni

City Park on Church Street. Mrs. the First Baptist Church met with ruffles of pink illusion an4) guard of hon r that will escort She called Griffis who rushed out

Jos." D. Warren social chairman. Wednesday night March }9. at tied with narrow pink satin ribbon W. T. Week's hapter.. U. D. C, Mayor Cermak's body back to and stopped a neighbor, raw Hen

le in charge of arrangements assisted the church with the leader Mrs. Centering the buffet was'a will meet Wednesday afternoon Ch caio." nett who was just coming home. JACKSONVILLEPRICES
by Mrs. R. B. Cauffman Harry Hatcher, presiding. Mrs. !4. 'miniature bride and groom and I April 2, at 3:30: o'clock 1.the t They drove to Lawtey and notified -

and Mrs. 'Harry Hatcher Jr. H. Sheppard presentd'the pro a, beautiful arrangement of dogwood I. home of Mrs. O. L. Beastey on O>v. Dave Sholz issued a proclamation Deputy Sheriff Kussell Keddm; !
Walnut street with J. W.
N. Mrs.
NOTICE gram on "Fruits of Faithfulness" flanked by brass candelabra on Wednesday declaring who sent out the alarm throughthe

Notice la hereby given that the with Mrs. Ovid Bennett and Mrs. on either side holding burning Kincaid as cohostess. a special election in Bradford Sheriffs' department and the

State Road Department will bold Bettle Boyd taking, part. The pink tapers. SmaU posegays of Cqunty.on March 28, 1933 to fill Florida Highway r'atroi. V
hearing concerning the location One'VsCSCircle
and economic effects of ....A. meeting was closed 'with prayer pink carnations and white stock Circle the legislative' seat left vacant by Two hikers, Grjttjs said, had We Will Not Be
FroJ. No. K-004-1U). Job No. zsui- each the individual March 7 of
by Mrs. T. B. Harding. centered of the death Tuesday stopped at the Nin-Al
201. state Road No. ZUU (U. & :sui).
from In Starke N.K. through LAW- tables where the guests were seat- 1 of the Methodist W. s. Rep. O. M. :Inman. about two miles north of Lawtey
tey to Clay County Une in theCounty ed. At the bride's table bridal C. S. will meet Tuesday: Apr. 1,I e Undersold
Easter Bazaar SetA and were not seen again after
Court Mouse at Stance !
at 10 o'clock in the Fellowship ,
place cards designated the seating Sheriff Eppersonthat
Florida on the Ueventh day or they left the tavern toward Law-
April 1SS8 at 10:00: A.M.. KST.::: puruaat arrangement. Hall with Mrs. Car Johns and the cardboard license. tag attachec V
bake sale and Easter Bazaaris
to Section 116c) of PubUa tey shortly before the car was Large* SelectionEASTER
Mrs. A. hostesses.
W. Redgrave as
Law Ul of the 84th Congress. being held Saturday, Mar. 29 The hostesses presented the to the car of a local citizen stolen. :

AM psrsoni wishing to b. heard and Apr. 5, from 10 a. m. to 3 p., honoree with the sugar spoon of :narke "Moratorium Tag" was
are.hereby notified to appear at Griffis' fishing equipment was RABBITS 98ct 129S.
PTA not worth thjp cardboard it was
said meeting. m. on the porch of the Starke her chosen silver pattern as a Elementary
J;. Chairman written He added that he had found in tile ditch a short distance
WlUttUK JUNKS Hotel W. Call street, sponsoredby memento of the occasion. on. '
State: Road Department. The tae School. lenient long enough. from the 'Tanner home.
Elementary l.een
S/ZT-Zt 4/J: the Starke Garden Club. Among the 20 guests were Mrs. ,
T. H. Slade Sr.. mother of the PTA will mee J Tuesday, April ,,1. C. As of Wednesday morning notrace Empty Easter

HOMESTEADERS THAT HAVE NOT SIGNED FOR 1958 honoree, Mrs. W. S. Slade.: grandmother at' 7:30: pi p1. .in the ejementarycafetprium. From the School' News Section of the car flad been reported. -

of the honoree and Mrs.A. An interesting pro- of the paper the following poem I, Baskets 10c to 1.69
Below la the list of
Homesteaders who hare
for 1958. If your name appears on this list not please filed contact a re-newat th TaxAssessor's application C. Sawyer Sr.. of Coral Gables: gram is planned and! everyone 4s by N.V T.. Ritch of the sixth'grade'! !

office on or before April let if you wish to renew your Home-' mother of the bridegroom-elect.: urged, to attend. MY PUP Grass tOe & 19cPlastic
stead Exemption. It you have taken care cf this since Tuesday March 11th, I have a pup. his name is Sport V .
disregard this notice.N Miss Madge Middleton assisted I '
Altar Society His ears are long, and his tai IPJ&1I Easter \/
0 Haynea O L Kersey Francis R Danney the hostesses in serving and caring is short.
Ernest Mabry Martha L McDaniel Mrs N B Rosier for the guests. ( 98c
R H Green Jr. James McDaniel Samuel C Wise The Altar Society of St. Edward's He barks and barks tSTARI Bunny IQc to

E W Hodtes Paul Parker Lacy Conway Catholic Church will meet He chews and chews, FAJFri.
Ruby M Ails ::T Mrs Merrill Prevatt Leonard C Hlnson Jr
B Hicks B F Griffis Robert A Hall Young People Tyesday evening, Apr. 1, at 8 o' And carries off my very ownshoes. JELLY BEANS
Loyree P Hartmann Walter M King Are EntertainedAt clock. All members are asked to ., Sat. -.April 4, 5
Howard W Walt Mitten D Carter Thomas C Colson S'sveTt1ee21t DOUBLE FEATURE 10 pkg. 25c
Charity Williams William Tyson Jr J W Thomas be present. I oz. -
Agnes Thomas Mack Leonard H L Gatlin Three, PartiesMartha An ; from the Tig The Private War ,

Joe Russell E Starling B. Thomas Prule Elliot Tyson Dorothy Sullivan Top- procery listed: UaJWell I: MarshmallowEGGSB12oz..29c fe' ,
Tyson Dinah Tyson Funeral Tuesday Of Major Benson ...
Charles W Slade Clara Allen Thomas Motel Susan Ritch was hostess House coffee, 25,cents a pound: I O
W C Har4e Clar*.c. Covington c-o Van H. Anderson to 35 friends at a party at For Mrs. Daisy Lang white, bacon, 7 cents; wemers, 9 With CharUoa Heston and Julia ;
Lloyd Griffis Leatha Shingle
..Joseph M QrlffU. Patterson James B Albert Wells Gibbs her home last Friday evening. At Branch cents;, tomatoes. No. 1 can: 51 Adams
:Mack Grime Ines Hlghtower and P F Goolsby The group enjoyed a weiner roast Long cents; 10'lbs, potatoes, 15 cents: ..Ana'BACKLASH Makenp Easter CHOCOLATE COVERED
S J McGarvey Effle B Wooten N M I
Bradley and later played and
BtUord Miller Ida Hankerson R L Lee games Mrs. Daisy Lang, 66. died Sun- and 5 lbs. of rice, 14 cents. i : Baskets 59c up
Arts C Klrklani Tom Marks. J M Edwards Jr. during the evening. : at'her" in Wonder if It's better to have no: ,
,N L Starting Emma, Parker John Edward Wltkowskt day afternoon home With gicbard Wmark .and Don- -
T I l PlAn Vr ltr Pearce lived all her money find low prices, or money '
J T Smith Et Al Clay Hill. She had na Bee4 Easter BASKETS
Nancy Struth celebrated her
James Wainwright Cox Pound 25c
Joyce Walker Alfoaso Jenkins Mary Clem T A Brown Gritf18 sixth birthday on'S urday afternoon life in the Mazyille area and wasa and. high prices! ? Plus Serial Chapter No. 4 and Quarter__ -
Florence Williams B W WiUiaios A J CarTer when her mother Mrs. Mer member of the Lpng Branch Color Cartoon., Made To Order V
,Clifford Kelly Julia Albert Jordan Z Z Griffis ; > Half Pound 39cup
Baptist I l -
Church.' BHS Nine
lays -
,J W Barber Mrs. Grace W Osborne Avery Slade rill Struth'entertained at a party Come in and( let us make
i Sam Brown Margaret Ray Colley Zeaner Jones for ten 'of her little girl friends/ Mrs. Lang was active in church, SUN., SION, TUBS.
.,.Gussle Brown C O Barksdale Lillie Mae Walker and First'Game March 30 31 1 your basket to suit 59c
(Ellen .4&1. A R Johnson T J Alderman The Easter theme was carried c civic social. activities- in the Apr. One Pound -
Kita luu Williams C H Nasworthy Ovella Perry out In the party decorations andJbe community.She Away From .Home DOUBLE FEATURE your individual taste.Large V

Fannie Joe Jenkins Garner Est. Carl T Frank Ritch Landrnm Bobby Benjapiia Joe F,Hall C.e1gr : Jittle1 guests received favors, pf : is survived by \her husband, Gun F0r A Coward V Small and Large Boxes

,Rkhard ,Smith Eli Graham Jr Barner 0. r\o.oa cellophane umbrellas and nestsof Fred D. Lang; one daughter, Mrs. The Bradford' High baseball with Fred MacMorrar and Jef. Selection Fine CANDIES
Bitter BerryEdgar Mary fi Bennett William'H. team'will play its first game Friday -
Hall Jt Mabel Parrish Avon Park
of five
Williams Clarence Miss Kate Struth ; BOD
DeSue eggs. frey rAND
William H Hall
March 28. in Crescent City Whitman rrIS
Laura Coy L W MosleyNonie Robe* W UrUft assisted in directing, the games. brothers' Arthur' H.. charlie C. By ,
,W John R Bullard Dixon PnllumAiberta Watkins Sterling B' Sawyer Jr c.. Jack and John D. Wilkinson' at 3:30: p. m. The team has been For the Whole Family Hollingsworth
R Willi.4 Rivers handicapped by continued wet "LES GIRLS
,Maud Bright Ida Mae Sherman Dare Henderson Billy Dean Thompson cele- and five grandchildren.:
.Arthur Lee M E Roberts weather that prevented much
filth Gene Mitzi
Kelly, Gaynor
I D W Carpenter
brated ninth Sat.vrda' Funeral
y W Felton Alfred Barnes his birthday on services were held
Alice Strong Jessie Onion 'Henry, .V McCfpaWldwr afternoon with a party for Tuesday at 2:30:: p. m. in the outdoor practice. but daily sessions Plus Cartoon Free Truck Delivery.. Anywhere in City
.11 T Hamilton L Z Baker have been held indoors in ,
L R.Star Ollie Dl*-Ue 15 boy friends. Long Brach Baptist'Church with V
| ling Mae Cummlngs
the gym. Wed., Thurs., April V 2, 3 V
ComB Jone... Emma Hughes Mrs Banie Mott The cowboy theme was carried Rev. Harvey Lane and Rev. Percy ,
'Gary V Thompson J. R. Chasteen Jr H E Stokes ,cake Knight officiating. Burial was in The second game will be nextTuesday DOUBLE FEATURE PHONE 53 -
out In the
Arnett Thompklni'atha J .Eo Sapp :Mrs Etttabeth decorationstand
;> iel WhiUcjrJutUWaitner W B Mundy; Johnson DrydenAlbert Other refreshments. The bois enjoyed the church cemetery under the with Gainesville High in Destination. 60,000

'Howard Hampton Gladys S Wasdln HarriigteaR E W Bri ht Est riding the Thompson's direction D! ey-McCabe; hn.eraJHome. ) Gainesville at 3:30 p. m. On Sat- With Preston Foster' : '

''Grace Green Et Al B "T Thomas Mrs. J .J RIgdon. : Shetland pony during the party Jacksonville.Active urday, April 5, the. team will meePalatka. ; AND DRUG

Clyde Enoch Carter Strong J Edward T Pollard Griffis. Ida epbiEI3ersoi Hankerson., hours. pallbearers were ichud there. Halls of Montezuma KOCH ;

Joe V K'StirUrgMillor Starling. W Robert E Williams C Barksdale LtUa Mundy ''Mr3.W, B. Thompspni: Jr. was Mosley, Lee Moore, Dave Shuford, First home game of"-the season \\ltb IUcl1ardVIdmark STORE'

R. Campbell R L C Thomas Willie Mapk assisted by her mother. Mrs. Leo James Waters, Pete Brinson, and will be with Crescent City on Plus Cartoon
J.oraa.C&rLJkowA. ; M&ry-M Dally 4. Leila.Newsom Champion and Mrs:Lola Garbett.. Bun.Griff is.' V April 8."


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L' Mr and Mrs. J. A. Lee and I es y1'.r' I Air Conditioning I charge ot public intoxication and fius. aid Indi: n article,.
E 1 1iw
i daughter were in Valdosta, Ga. was iinea 5;;JV or._* Yi ndaj-3 o.i CiaUi.u-w- Callrn p:' scntcd

.. .- I'I Saturday vlsitirfg relatives' WE E0f fi si t tPc:* .' i bail: ( stark. .1 ..., '-."" I i. award+ ? ?td, 20 Cub| ${ Ws:': tffrie 1' ,

Mr: and Mrs. Charles L. : 2* Pes t Cf*i(,% ,Joan.Novak! did not appear on'and Den 3 won the Award P oque.

I Erownell of Houston. Texas are Postmaster G. J; McUrtff Jr. a chaij..of. funjainj.atr: 4 light I Den 5 wen the Attendance Plat ue.

viritin! Mrs. J. J. Fitzgerald an} VISIT -c- 1: has been notified by the Uenerai':' tfid.forfeited pond of ?12. I.ft. Seventj-seven Cups and par-

I Mrs. M. P. Brown this week. Sernce-AdnumsU-alion_ that contract -{ lfps...AlYl !Miley; ...r.t. Negro, ents.attended this meeting. : ,
THE NEWS Mrs. has, awarded_ .tp ..HJJf-
I A. Z. Adkins and daughter been I pleaded gUuty..ot using profane
Mrs. Fred Guy of Gainesville. ; kanQ. Asl+ooisevlnc,
winger; I .gq.1ige, and, was r reed $27.: .: A4&ojderly
... .....J_, ___ _ _I were'in Punta Gorda and Fort I cf JaefcsonyiiJe.IQ dealgga.: coni i I .,conduct charge was J it
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I Myers last week visiting relatives. d 1ioning eghpmefUflrtire, .Stance.aorrtotfice..k' .
Wilbur jpppe4.when j: .testified.IhaL aj
Wentling of Palmyra I I Jan Mundorff of Oglethcrpe Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Middletrh : le. engineers.Uave
Pa. is spending two weeks with his ,. University, Atlanta, Ga. washome, of Melbourne spent the weekend 4 ks Woman: almost ran over -rum#ndRworeju
not'wi'yet: cantaclej.1r1r. Mcljnftj i
1o"- j :right before could
sister he
family.Mrs., F.' W. Oraudon, and from Thursday to Tuesday.Mr. I with his parents, Dr. and Mrs. W. who says- that be hopes that tte think: ri5o

I and Mrs. E. E. Lewis and, E Middleton. I : a? work wiil ..be done ,:,De1DrCLi.h6; I ,

Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Honnoll andS family were Sunday dinner guestsof Miss Pat Humphries of Holy I weather. .- .'rMayors FOREST FIRESfORSBO
<'n are returning to their home Mr. and Mis. B. P. Grimes in Name Academy, San Antonio, Fla. Mrs. NhTirHRaIRT

ir Waynesville N. C. this week- I Gainesville. I spent last Thursday to Sunday : RD

end after a month's visit with Mr.I j Penney Hollingsworth spent the'. with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.I Pearl : Court (."f'Iondhridquarters :. : '
and Mrs. WF, Herlong and in weekend in Lake City with Mr.I C. Humphries. Pat had as her H MlnCitses The' #' -1. orestSernce

South Florida. and Mis. J. L. Hair and daughter..I guests, two classmates, Miriam in Bradford Coulrty/!/
L Mrs. Elden Mathews was confined Anne. ,I Juarez of El Salvadore, Central Markey: >t'1.: fteMisH( r-ps regprststi: +e;'/owjng!} information Good Reading

i : with measles and complications airs L. J. Richardson and chil- America and Carcle HarborsenI "!! -"J.iti'*. V}t..t st on.<,waod34Vfirp3: .. fplJnt.ane! suppressed
Three minor"accKrenr< '[ case!! Involving .
last week. dien of Valdosta are spending this I of Fort Lauderdale.Mr. in ,the. counyr, ,during the for theWhole ,

Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Fogg and week with her parents, Mr. an! and Mrs. Henry Stefanelli *-failnre' to yield ttr&t'ghtbf past .seve -d y period. ... .

! family spent Saturday in the Mrs. M. W. Lance and daughter visited Mr.. and Mrs. Robert Ste- "Sewingest Woman In Bradford County"By I any were tried jn :.N.ayQO; : _Number(_ re&-l.* Family!

Scrub. Babs. fanell\ and family in Gainesville court Monday John:,Henry irig.pleaded Acres burned l..!!). ,
Mrs. Verzie Flynn returned Miss Gail Rowe who is employed Saturday. [ Alice McGarvey] saw these white ,flakes coming guilty dIWu'pu1.Qnl Number, of-fn'essince, Jan. 1-

home Saturday after a. week in at Prudential Life Insurance Griffin of Och- down but I didn't say anything for 3U.tya. The trucK'i _
Mrs' John W. "I'd rather'sew than do 76. ..Y, :, -.: ,__ i
the Jacksonville Naval Hospitalfor Co. in Jacksonville, was home on locknee, Ga. is spending two ," said Mrs. Pearl Markey of about it because I thought my he-.was driving was a oty-owaed! ;; News Facts
treatments. husband would laugh. Pretty'soon ,
vacation last week. weeks with her parents Mr. and vehicle and Mayor ,Jackson
Brooker when '
1st Lt. and Mrs. William K. Mr. and Mrs.. Louis Hillendahl Mrs. F. F. Stump. visit recently. we! stopped for i he :called, "'HU ry :up Pearl, come itrncted.him tounave equipped Cub Pack 70.

Booth and daughter. Tammy of met with see the snow." It was the first I with:added mirrors. Insurance suhlfJicA skaf1 Features
the Regional Mission "Even 'fishing Family
Mr.and Mrs: J. A. Sullivan and ? we asked. I
Webb AFB Texas are here for a Board of the Methodist Church in Mrs. had evenT seen. will:cOYer the damage tQithe, other }
family visiting his parents, Markey laughed and ;- i'chL11i
month's leave of absence with her were confessed Making quilt tops crocheting meI ...
Lakeland on Monday vehicle. i ----- --------
Mr. and Mrs. H. Sullivan, in that although
parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Cres- sewing was and'canning are other things that I The Christian Sc' Monitor
Mrs.: Lola Johnson of Oca'a horns, in an accident I nc(
sler. Mayo over' the weekend. her hobby she never let it inter Mrs. Markey enjoys. She showedus Henry i I Cub; Scouts cf Pack 70 met in I One Norway St. Boston I 15, Moil.Send .
spent the weekend with her son- Harry H. Jr. attended the fere with her club work with Abe Bcssent, was tound
Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mack L. Rabb fishingor I some apple jelly that she had the Methodist Recreation Hall youiewpo.rorals: tnchecfed.
Williams from Tuesday to Sunday in-law and daughter, Mr. and training period for Cub Scout having meals on time. -for her I made from apple peelings and guilty of failure to, yield fIght of Tuesday night March 18, at 7:30: I j Enclosed find! my heck *

of last week was Bob Williams of Mrs. Henry Godwin. leaders at Orange Park 'last Husband, T. W. Markey. i i says she does the same with way and fined Sir<. iJessent was' c'dock,Den.3 presented the colors money crIMI'. 1 ye3i' ?'$lk Q !
I Easter Bazaar and bake sale I "I will let Tound not guilty. 6 months \t Q"" montKi' $4.$0 tJ
the University of Georgia and weekend. house-cleaning go to I peach skins. Any kind of house- du.ing the opening ceremonies, .. .. '
t sponsored by Starke Garden Club, Sewell and get dress finished Georgella Hayes, who ,In pulling1
O. a ,
Mrs. Charles McQuaig and chil- Mr. and Mrs. J. she said. hold activity interests her although and Den 5 was in charge; the
Saturday mornings, 10 to 3 p. m. family of Jacksonville were visit- At a Home Demonstration out' of a parking space, hit Joe I IForsyth's program. The theme for. March
dren of Waycross Ga. the sewing is the thing ., Name
on porch of Starke lIotelFriends ing Air. Mrs. W. B. Sewell meeting we had car with aoout J5U: dam- '
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Crews and and seen a suitthatMrs. she likes best. ; was Alaska. -

daughter Carolyn, were at Jacksonville be glad to of learn Bennie that Williams he is hone will over the weekend. Markey had made for her "The material is so pretty and ages, was found guilty and put The Cubs had made a map ofAlaska Address
Miss Edith Lang of Titusville.Pa. self. Other members' told us that on probation for 30 days. She
Beach Sunday visiting now after being in the hospitalS I like tb take a piece of goods and showing its many natural j j or f-
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Harben. the, result of sustain is visiting'Mr. and Mrs. Mil- she was "the sewingest woman"in make something of it. It is cheap agreed 'to pay damages.. resources They exhibited other!! City Zone SI at.tidtk.
Miss Anna Ruth is home an injury ton H. Lang for two' weeks. The Erooker. When we stopped in to Otis Brown pleaded guilty to a. articles from Alaska, I'
Crosby ed when hit in the with ball er sew your own clothes, and I II I such as dolLs,
eye a three are Miami "fan Fri she was just completing short
going to a I I "
with illness this week from the you can get better material, Mrs. -
.. during baseball practice at BHS. day'where Mr. Lane will enter white coat for a' girl in 'the M; k .._ I I
prudential me insurance co.Miss S. C. Wise underwent ---- ar ey summed up. ...
Mrs. an : -
had weekend the Jackson Memorial Hospital! neighborhood and a blue skirt. A The electric machine -- -
Crosby as a sewing
of eye operation at Bradford County for a check-up.. pretty wine-color dress was half. ; 'has 'had for stands
visitor Miss Marion Wagner on' she 15 years
Jacksonville.Mr. Hospital Monday. Mrs. Nell Pearce is a medical finished. in the dining room along ,side of MOT H E 8.S B BRING YOUR)

and Mrs. R. M. McRae, Mr. Miss Martha Van Landinghamof patient In Bradford County Hos A member o! the Home De- an ironing board The light is CHJLD'TOBARKSDALE'S -
Mt. Berry College, Rome, Ga. :
monstration i
Brooker ,
and Mrs. Tommy Lewis and Mr. good and Mrs. Markey can look .
spent last .week with Mr. and pital.Mr. since 1927 Mrs. (' ... ,1 'i .
end Mrs. Jimmy McRae and families and Mrs. B. S. Outlaw of Markey enjoys- out at her flowers, another hobbyof
spent Sunday at Cedar Key. Mrs.' J. R. McDonald.Mrs. Jacksonville\vel'e Monday evening the sociability of the club and hers. But this year the cold
and Mrs. Lowell Mathews G. N. Wilbanks of Pembroke Lavem takes part in all of its projects. "
Mr. guests of Mr. and Mrs. "like to have got everything.
were visiting,Mrs E. V. Larson at Ga. returned home last Outlaw; She has helped many young girls A few months ago an accidentto
Jacksonville Beach the week- Thursday after spending two to learn to sew and makes clothes I
over Mr. and Mrs. Milton H. Lang her arm, necessitating an op-
weeks with Mr. and Mrs. S. E. fcr all Of' the girls in the familyas -
end. if had as Sunday guests. Mr. and eraticn 'to remove blood clot
Shuman. The Shumans also hadas
well for
Mrs. M. D. Trotteri:.Mr. and Mrs. as herself. temporarily put a stop to the
visitors from Thursday to Sunday B. M. McKay and Harold T. Lang As a girl, then''Pearl Green sewing, but Mrs. Markey is back

bfrsC. C. Spinks and son, of. Jacksonville.' she used to sew scraps for doll's "now 'in full swing, making the MON. 1ES.WED.MAR.. 31 APR.U2 1
David of Pembroke, Ga. clothes She was raised \farm ,
..Mrs: B. T. Thomas and Mrs : on a pretty 'things 'she I,loves for her- .
Mrs. Del Colley and daughter, i on the New 'River read outside self
'and and Mrs. and others.
Lavern Outlaw
FloridaTHEAIftE sons
Jackie, and Mrs. Daisy Perryman F P. Hines of Branford spent :Brooker and has lived in this area _. i .. Hours 9 to 12 1:00 to 5:30BARBERREE

drcve to Blackshear, Ga.:on Sun ,all 'her life. She sometimes1 helps -
several last week'at their
day to visit Mr. and Mrs..A. M. camp in days the Scrub.Mr.'aridMrs. out in her' brother's store and before STUDIO WILL GIVE YOU A SELECTION

Moore Mrs. and Ollie, family.Bradley has to Gene Petcher of her'marriage' to T; W."Marker 'OF'.POSES' FROM 'WHICH' TO CHOOSE' AN "
gone carrier she
Jacksonville spent a few days who is a mail -- .. .
E EFri. Dade City to visit her grand- l' :
this week with Mr. and Mrs. Dave worked in the Brooker postofficefor ,
daughter, Mrs. J. C. Jones after I' Paulk. two years.

spending the past week with her Mrs. Florence Haltiwanger of Having no' children of her own
son and family, Mr. and Mrs. H. 11x14
Jacksonville is visiting her sister, Mrs. Markey still manages to have

., Sat. Mar. 28, 29 E. Bradley. i Mrs: Margie Underhill this week. SL child with her most of the time.,

BIG DOUBLE FEATURE Miss Jackie Colley assumed the I W. H. Nollman was released Little Jos Green, 'five year old

position as secretary at Mobile: : from Bradford County Hospitaloil nephew stays with her in the daytime Bust 'VI9nette'PORTRAIT

Sales Co. on Monday. Monday where he'was confined while his mother teaches ,

Paramount presents Dr. and Mrs..H. H. Adams and the,past three weeks. school. Mrs: Markey used to care

BURT LANCASTER A : family were touring' the Florida Miss Sylvia Paulk, .appeared for Joe's big brother, John, who' F, a
Gulf coast :over the weekend. with the Fisher Variety' Show "of Pis now in high school. '

UZABETH SCOTT. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mooty and Gainesville on a program' for the "It is nice to have a boy a-i!
I daughter Gerry and Charlotte Phi Kappa Sigma fraternity in round" Mrs: 'Mariey said "Ill

JOHN HOOIAK Bradley were visiting relatives' in, Jacksonville Saturday evening I miss him' when'he goes. to school. ,

Hal W aUis' .. Gainesville Sunday afternoon.Mrs. where: she sang six numbers. next 'year." I
I. Alice Anderson and her During the recent snow she put :
Mrs. F. W. Strickland and children ,. 1 '
mother Mrs. Dora Burton of visiting her Mr. Joe'6.'snowballs "in the freezer "so FOR $ 00 :
were, .parents. $10.00
0 Atlanta were luncheon guests and Mrs. H, W. Moyer in Jackson- he. 'can see them again in'the hdt, t' Sharing Regular! ONLY
Saturday of ,Mrs. Ted Simmonsin ville 'over' the' weekend.O. summer** Talking about the i i ,

Satpe.tEt Gainesville. Mrs. Burton is E. Stansbury is receiving snow she remarked-"I was work-1 I Value 'I'\ ... ,

spending this week with Mrs. L. treatment. at the Bradford. County Iris at 'the kitchen sink when I : ', Pfwi 35c Moiling
--- ----
Paromat"t RoReleaseN E. Miles in Archer.T. I Hospital- for a badly infected arm. SATISFACTION
Full Extra
.Jj.. Casey returned home last Rev. W. S. McAliley attended a, Polio Campaign GUARANTEED Figure $1.00

Thursday after being confined in conference on camp planning atj totals $2,381: Limit: 2 Children To A Family

AND the Lake City VA hospital for the Lake City on Wednesday.Miss I NO APPOINTMENT Ace, : 6 Weeks.to':10 'Years '

past" seven weeks, Frances, Landum will arrive In BradfordMrs. NECESSARY' Additional Children $2.00 EachBAftKSDA'LE'S

Tuesday for a. ten-day -.' ,
Charles Dinkins, chair-
vacation from Brenau Academy, .
II 1 '
MR.2 man of the Bradford county 1
Gainesville, Ga.
chapter of the Polio Committee, COMING SOON
Miss Enza Blanchard of Law- .
reports a total of $2,381.94 in'therecent ; :
t tey spent the weekend with Mrs. j '
polio fund drive. The teen:

PAINTCLEAMNCE Emma Gene Hill.Stroud. and Miss Gerry age activities including roadblocks IN STARKE! 'ttt J A 'LORiDA

t brought in $533.44, card STARKE, }< .
RALPH RICHARDSON Motley of Greenville spent the I .
JOHN McCALLUMMIR weekend with' Mr. and Mrs. M. collections'throughout the county I I

D. Elder. accounted for' $539.28, the Marc!) .' .. __-_ h _. .-. ,
RAfFERTY cf Dimes dance earned $313 and
Confined with chicken pox are
advance and school collections
gifts "
Freddie and Jan Graudon. Karl '" 0---
teKtalS F'Co6ep "' Kokomoor, Gina Clement Dick completed the total. ; I
The annual fund drive is onlir
and Sally Torode, and Kay Turner NO
% one of the activities of the chap
I irwwr sIM ew.w y mu.Ce+.7ra 20 of the State Farm.
r 90 Mr. and Mrs. Riley Wasdin ter. They. assist. local patients" to U ivL..i ,W
Plus "Clint Cobbler's'' Cat" were visiting her brother, Leo get treatment, interview both old N .
Cartoon. and new cases to find their needs.,
Edwards in St Vincent's Hospital I :
and help in many ways. '
last Friday.
Other members of the executive 1
SUN., MON., TUES OFF! Mrs. Blanche McCubbin of ,r
committee Robert McRae,
March 30, 31, Apr. 1 vares Miami spent and W.the W..weekend Shaffer of with Ta- treasurer; Mrs.are: James Groover t Add Rooms --- CarportK .-

their sister, Mrs. Gladys ,Weldon secretary; and members. Mrs. W. I ...... .. 'If -.,., -
H. Nollman, S. L. Peek, Jr., Maxie Y ,
A'PiHtilT1CTZFATJtBSS and family. 1 f Bath Room
Elmer D. Olm- Carter, Jr., Dave Shuford, Mrs. r
Mr. and Mrs.
/r4 stead and .daughter, Mary Ellen Robert McRae. James 9 .
have and Ralph Nettles. .ver'l (INCLUDING SEPTIC TANK AND FIX.'VATCH .
o Downers Grove, r
lwYtQ bought the Theron Moore homeon THIS SPACE, FOR WEEKLY SPECIALS TURES)
Dr. Bollinger .oO. '
r It Highway 100 South. ,
I v m.CBCJmffi Mr. and Mrs. George Huggins Attends ; faint ___ New Roof
i Seminar
(!))3 and family plan to'move into,the '

+ITCKIEMMOMnits 3 Graham house at 311 Clark Dr. H. G. Bollinger, local Chiro- : (LABOR AND MATERIALS)) '

GLENN 1O 1 Street this weekend.Mr practor, is' 'attending an X-ray '

rata Kl BUNT ; and Mrs., Ben Welch of Seminar in Orlando this Thurs-* Sb R k
e e
.U B a.p. aIIlI.'tall a : O .C'
"" ,.....llIJUtItI" ..su.eteele[ Elmira, N, Y, are visiting their and ,day and Friday. ,, -
TECHNICOEQRPlus scn-in-law and daughter, Mr. The Seminar is being conducted -- .

Ct,,, ,, :,'tk Mrs. Red Emanuel. this week.I by Dr. Roland Kissinger of ,FREE ESTIMATES ;

They were guests of Mrs. M. L.: the National Chiropractor college .
] oiii's, Photo Finish"I Lawson on Tuesday. I of Chicago and is being sponsored -

Cartoon.. I. P. Shepherd' is visiting his, by the council on Roentgenology 4' X 8' X 3-4" CALL OR WRITE ;

sister, Mrs A. I. Sasser .in Mon- of the Florida Chiropractors Assn. k. .t... 5'5' .
this week. 0- hH r
ticello few days } : DAY OR NIGHT
FRI. a The latest developments in'%-ray
-V Uf wife decided to ctanga! .Freddie' Watterson and J.. I
April 2, 3,' 4 the style right in the middle Mrs. Henry Hinson of interpretation and precautions '
C, sapp .and against X-ray hazards will -be.. EEF .ITS FOR .45 OR
of censrrue'iprir the Agriculture 333
". Hampton attended given during the Seminar. PER
Stabilization COMPLETEBUILDiNG :

Home Improvements meeting_in Lake ,City on.Wednes Methodist.Men -_
Under FHA Title day. Easter Bazaar Sat- 1 SHEET .
Bake Sale & Profit From Supper
'" 4$ 1 Loan urday mornings Mar. 29 &' Apr. r I

elt Labor and Materials i 5. Starke Garden .Club On Porch Around 275 people were served'j s Ryiq s'.u S1 ARKE BUILDERS I

of Starke Hotel W. Call St. at the barbecued beef supperonsored i .
at 5'0; InterestVr Mrs. Rosalie Crutchfield of St. by the Methodist Men' : r I

Augustine spent the weekendwith Club in the recreation hall of Paints Roofing

Cwar.s.ScoPEP1u3 her',daughter, Mrs. M.. A. the church Saturday, March 15. 0 f f tj t.. SUPPLIES INC.

Payne and family.: Mrs... Payne' The club will clear close to $200 I Lumber Materials ;

"Dante Dreamer" Cartoon II t. vas confined to her home the tin the supper after expense ok MasonryProducts !' :

r Dj FaUILDING first. of the .week with the three feeding the steer and other exj-' Water P
5 P.M. Call Eston Jordan 340-W
p5Aft -
measles. : .
SUPPLIES I day penses are deducted.The steer was : ,
COMING SOONFAREIFELL QUALITY & SERVICE Friends will be interested to f'onated to,the club by Mr. and! Hardware Lawn Mowers AT
i. STARKE FLA.'l'IIUnSDAY. li lii
.. .
TO ARMS Phon* 3 know that Leonard. H. Cruce i isj Mrs.I I*. J, Green..Profits from- theupper 1'1
getting along, well in the Veterans will be used for of i .
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J Hospital,at,,Lake;City toe club's projects. ; 1 : --- ,==
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Keystone Artist I V V V Bradford Band Morgan Answers V Bond Issue Questions'! Stock Owners I Federal granting Power the Commission's right,to lay pipe-order

; lines into Florida. The court of

Has No Patience Urged To Report : appeals in Washington denied the

Rated V Continued from Page 11] assessed at $5.000 or ,less with advisory council's petition in

With 'Moderns'"I I Superior ments of approximately $33,000 homestead exemption, will. of On Screwworms '!February.

each which will include interest :curse, pay no additional taxes. !* Hertig said'that during the liti-

cant understand 'modern (Continued from Page 1] and amortization charges. This i Owners of non-exempt property Livestock owners in Bradford' gaticn period the companies went

art," teld MIs. Ruth Mcore -IV'V'VVVV V ; would require an additional five I and those with homestead exemption County should promptly report': ahead with their mapping en-
the enviable record of 15 superiors all suspected screwworm cases tot I for the
gineering, and surveying
Gamble Keystone Heights por- mills tax levy or a 13.3 per cent whose hcmes are valued'at
trait painter and art teacher. A and two excellents. The two ex- increase in, county taxes. Of County Agent G. T. Huggins crj project and had obtained rightsof -
more than $5,000 may find to
George M. Valldejuli livestock
realist, Mrs. Gamble says she has, cj j cellents were given, in marching course any increase in valuations ; way in several places.
what the additional school bond inspector for this county.
no patience with the school of' ( I the first two years that the Band should bring proportionate de The natural gas pipeline will
art ',which interprets things by! was entered in marching. Bandsdo crease in V callage. millage will cost them by consulting Huggins can oe reached by tele- pass through Bradford County,

distortion. Ii I' .r '- not march. the first year in a I A taxpayer who owns a house the following.schedule: I, phoning 233 in Starke and Valldejuli and a compressor station and
be contacted at Santa
Mrs. Gamble and her husband f ; contest. I can maintenance headquarters will be
V ..
A 4tla l S mill levy I
Rev. Marshall Gamble a retired : H Among the most used I II V Gr... t""I.. fl.iatp&d \rt Taxable far taU Um mr Juana Ranch en Highway 21 near located west cf Starke.
Methodist minister live at Ke>-, of the I TalaatUat _E..ptl..I..tlil.. year woald *o.t.Nothing Keystone Heights or by telePh'3n-1 The City of Starke plans to dis
Adjudicators concerningthe --
stone Heights. Three years ago i) .5.000 s.unw 0 ing Keystone 2031. I tribute the natural gas here as a
they built a hcme on Lake Geneva: -4--c"I __ Bradford Band were; "a band. :5,100 5,000 100 .50 I1iOO i, also be left at the county agent'scifice Ii j municipal utility.
with a full well-rounded sound" :a.ooo 180OV 1.00 ]I in Starke. )II
and the small house
recently they
"fine tone" ." smart i :5,500 5,000 :.ao I
._ The following instructions
now occupy and call their "vaca-i S.OOO 5,0 fnappy, .well-rehearsed band. 7,000 5,000 2.0(111( 10.0(1( issued:
ton cottage. They are membersof CHURCH
the Starke Methodist Church The Band. as well as all solo- 7,50(1 V.OilU( S.OOO 9.00V !:2,000,:'00 ia.i.a.IIO I Egg masses should be placed in Sunday School 10 a. m. Preach.

but also attend the Keystone I: ; ists 'and ensembles making superior 9,000 a.OUO .,'M)0 20.1)0la: ) a closed container (a pint fruit lug 11 a. m. Training Union 6:30p. :
ii.'III a.iiofl(/ III!
Community Church. Both are natives I are eligible to attend the 10,000 li.D'IO 5.000 10,000 50.00 jar is !ideal on a piece of damp m. Preaching '7S9 p. m. Prayer

cf Tennessee but now that V V V State Contest in' Tallahassee} in 20,000 9,000 15,000 Ja.tft" paper and kept in a cool place, Meeting Wednesday 7:30: p. m. -
May. 25,000 6,000 :oooo 100.00
Mr. Gamble due to ill health has V but not refrigerated. Maggots

retired after 35 years they expect;; Among the Adjudicators were ___ I I"I I should be placed in a similar jar
to make Keystone Heights their' Ccl, Harold Bachman of the University :. half full of clean tap water and W.C.T.LJ.

permanent home. of Florida: Otto Krau- also kept in a cool place. The

An attractive woman, Mrs. ;-r shaar, former Sousa musician and 1 livestock inspector will pick up
Gamble's eyes shine when she band director at Miami Senior the jars and deliver them to the
looks around at the big oak trees Ruth Moore Gamble puts finishing touches on portrait of brother- High; Donald Yaxley, dean of proper authorities. In all cases THAN FROM FURNITURE."

with their trailing moss along in-law. V the Music School at stetson UniversitY eggs or maggots should not be SUNSHINE MAGAZINE

the lakefront. "I am still roman- __ :_ Nancy. ____ Fowler_ nn_ and___ Elmer_.n__ .. destroyed___nw __. but___ rollectwl_____n_ as_ _sued-r-n [ ]
APRIL 1958'jon't
tic." she laughed "I love the ble expressed the thought that if all can paint and draw well and Magnell,of FSU.School of Music; 1 l.q1.mwlurqe tied above.

lovers' lane look of the place." art was to be the first untaught cf her 17 grandchildren the oldest and Bill Allen, national twirling II. >> "The success of the eradication

Starting to draw at an early I endeavor of a child. then teaches 20 is clever at cartooning.A champion. ** k- -POMCA.NEBB program will be insured by your ,

age Mrs. Gamble said as a tot were unnecessary.For beginner should learn to cooperation." the county agent

she copied pictures from the her a picture of a flower sketch with charcoal. Mrs. Gamble SelfemployedFarm Wherein'March glides away coconut sprinkle. said.
silently on the wings of time, and ANGEL FOOD CAKE. I separate -
and her first set of I
newspapers must look like a flower and a por- believes in order to learn line ora'Advised I. Q3
Opera it is and Easter.I whites from yolks when
paints contained only the three I structure perspective and light April egg Natural Gas Delay
trait like its subject. A just- need not wait for snows to cold and place in a large bowl.
blue and
colors red yel
primary values. She works in both pastels On S. S.
low. finished picture of a pansy has and oils and feels that water melt One and two thirds cups egg Due To Litigation, .........A

the same color life and freshness Before I start to whites with one-half teaspoon
I had to mix colors because I sing.
color is less satisfactory to teach Self-employed farmers use Official Declares
had so few." She added that it which the model picked from because the picturetoo may V I do not need proof of leaves salt. I let stand until warm or

probably taught her the color her garden, would soon lose. On quickly to be corrected. an alternate method for figuring V To make me sure of Spring. room temperature. Then sift some Some 31,000 tons of 24-inch

components of objects. the easel stood a portrait of her their earnings from their farm L. For April is a state of mind and cake flour. Measure one cup and
pipe has been purchased and is
Asked how
I I many pictures she
brother-in-law which was lifelike G. McDowall, district manager of heart two tablespoons and add three-
Graduating from Ruskin Cave I had painted she ready for installation on the natural -
answered lose
enough to breathe and tak. several That those who are in love with fcurths cup sugar and sift together your
the Gainesville Social
College i in Tennessee at 16. Mrs. hundred and about 30 portraits.She Security gas line from Louisana to
Mr. Gamble said that the picture five times. I also sift anothercup
Gamble then Ruth Moore beganto has received as high as $750 Administration office and LaurieW. lifeEnjoy Florida, and much of the map
had captured his brother in every I the year around.R. of sugar and set it aside. head a
teach art and is still doing it for a portrait. Tomlinson District Director of ping, engineering and right-of-
detail. i H. GrenvilleThe Now I use electric beater
although at present she has no way work has been done.
I I "Portraits are the most interesting Internal Revenue reminded farm days for in and beat one-half minute or while
Speaking of Primitives she said pass me peace lost !
atudio.. One of her first ,positio:1S:: Originally it was planned to
," she operators today. and quiet. My heart sings. It will I count 30. Then add one and a
was at Pasadena College in Cali some of them showed amazing said "Probably be- have the line in service by this
fornia. She has taught art in I talent but painting is like a cause they present the greatest Mr. Tomlinson pointed out. that soon be April as I write this.It Is half teaspoons of cream of tartar. summer but O. P. Herzig vice Stay calm and collected.
challenge But she afternoon and I washed Beat two and half minutes. I You're still Ifyou're
many states, including her home musical composition and without enjoys paint self-employed farmers may figure Saturday a president of the Houston Texas protected
I ing all subjects. Flowers their. for social this morning got dinner, count to 60 twice and once to 30. of clients.
state. .Georgia and Florida. fundamental knowledge few people or a earnings securityin washed Gas & Oil Corp., said last week one our

Getting back to the subject of!. can turn out creditable work.A well-known scene she may do several ways. the dishes, and went to the beauty Then I sprinkle'in the cup of that litigation had so delayed Just call oq us for a duplicate -

the new approach to painting primitive brought to her from I from memory, but she cannot do (11 1 If your gross income from shop to have my hair combed out. sifted sugar. Add one teaspoon plans that it will be the spring of copy.And wh lie you're

Mrs. Gamble told of questioning the Congo by a missionary friend animals without having them agricultural self-employment is Now I have an angel food cake vanilla and one of almond extract. 1959 before the line can be com here, you can take advan-
she : there to look at. in the and,beans baking. I Count 120. Then in four parts I
some teachers who are exponents. thought far better than some not more than $1800, you may oven pleted. tageof another free servicea

of "modern" art about the theory! by painters who have. ,trained On March 25, Mrs. Gamble was count as your net farm earnings have never baked both at the fold in the flour and sugar mix- Herzig's company and Coastal review of your present

behind the method. One teacher themselves in disortion. the featured speaker at a lunch- either your actual net or two- same time. I hope it is O. K. as ture with an egg beater. Carefully Transmission Corp. of Texas proposed protection needs.

told her that they are trying to Although she believes that talent -. eon meeting of*' the Keystone thirds of your farm gross income; they are baking at 375 degrees. ten strokes to each adding of in 1956 to bring natural gas

get 'away from Victorian art and is a necessity for really out Heights Woman's Club. Her topic, [2] If your gross income is more Monday morning I ironed as flour. About 120 counts. I put in by pipelines to serve more than

to paint things as they are today. standing work Mrs. Gamble says Dustrated by freehand sketches than $1800 and your net farm usual. In the afternoon I baked a tube cake pan and cut with a 10 communities in Florida Costsof

Her reaction to this was "Lord I that one never knows how muchhe was "Human Characteristics of earnings are less than $1200 you bread and rested some. At six in spatula. Bake 35 min. or until an running the lines into Florida H. C. Wall AgencyPhone

help us if we are in the state of has until he tries which holds Flowers." She and Mrs. NormanP. may use'either your actual net or the evening we had a call to come imprint no longer shows at 375 tural gas line from Louisaina to I

utter confusion that some painters tl ue for any of the arts. She cited Thompson also had an exhibi- $1200; quick to one of the neighbors in degrees. Invert pan and let cool. more than 100 million dollars. : 146

depIct"V -, the example of her daughter-in-: tion of their pictures there.It [31 If your. gross farm V incomeis the far side of town, their eldest Angel food cakes are so good More than a year ago the Flor-

Another teacher said that he law who, after three months of is a comfort for all of us more than $1800 and your net sen was dead., So I began to this time of year when eggs are ida Economic Advisory Council 200 E. Call Street ,

Just let his pupils go along as' they instruction was selling pictures.Mr. v.ho have worried about some -of farm earnings. are, $1200 or roefre. change to my V uniform and pray plentiful. Don likes them. I paid made up largely of fuel oil deal-

pleased because instruction might Gamble's daughter also discovered the peculiar pictures exhibited you must use the actual amountof "God forgive and receive him 35c a dozen for eggs. ers, asked the courts to void the Starke Fli.kejiji .
that she did not into heaven." I knew his mother HELPFUL HINTS. Use an Ice-
inhibit them. When she pointedout ability these days, to know that a recognized your net earnings.
I and Dad, but he was a War II cream scoop to measure your
that the work was childish know she possessed. artist of Mrs. Gamble's ability added of
Tcmlinson that
he readily. agreed that some children -I Of her five children by a former believes that a picture should the option will. enable farmers use Veteran and had not been home hamburg when making patties Rent ft Trade It
could do better. Mrs.: Gam- marriage Mrs. Gamble said look like its subject. low very much since 1945. He died of and they will all be the same size.
with gl'OS'income as, as $600 hemorrhage of the stomach ulcer, Cut tops from beets carrots, and

C Wins Sen., Adams Describes to obtain' social security protection and the ,poor fellow lay in hislife's turnips before putting away in
Company for themselves in their old
blood. I helped put him on storage. The tops draw moisture
Clay Development age and for their survivors in case the cot. and away we came to the from the root and make them
Ml Team MatchAt he said that
of death.
At Club However Mortuary. I prayed silently as I wilt. Use a cigarette lighter to
Rotary in order to receive any social security helped Den, begging as the saintsof singe. a chicken. SO WORDS OR LESS 0.. I.srtlui i (Mlal.. Charge) ___ .fI
farmer must be able BACH ADDITIONAL WORD OVER 1!0 ._ ,
Blanding credit a 4e Per Word
State Senator Tom Adams of I old,did, for God to forgive and Time marches on and brings us
to report at least $400 for social :0.% mscorisT o\ REPE.I>T INSERTIONS SAME AD
receive him. A smile seemed to be Easter. The glorious time whenwe
Clay County spoke at the
March 14. 1958 Company C, Starke National Club Wednesday, discussing the security purposes upon his lips and .I felt he had sing praises that Christ has
his actual net by using
Editor Guard unit won the M-l rule Clay County Development Authority the method.In profit. or safely crossed pver. Who knows? risen and we have hope of eternal CLASSIFIED DISPLAY ___- f 1.25 Per I.eh First Iixrtla*

Bradford County Telegraph team match conducted between & non-profit organization optional Who can tell me otherwise than life. What a beautiful thought. .1M PRH i\rn FOR SVMRADFCARDS'OP : F.PE\TED: 0>E OR MORE TIMES"

Dear Sir: units of the 748tn/ Armored Ordnance whose purpose'.Is' to help bring addition to.the revised optional that I may have helped the poor Here is a little poem by Victor
t' T 60 W .a __
THANK ( > n ) _
method the 1956 amend- ts.M
I have just read your editoral Battalion last weekend at new industry into Clay Countyarea. ,' G. I. a lot? We had a flag for his Hugo: OVER 50 WORDS _____ _-_.--------- 4 C..fa Per Win-
entitled.! "Our Merchants Need Camp Blandmg. 'Members of the ments extended'social security casket and .a military funeral. I Be like the bird that halting in

Protection." I agreed with all you team were CWO John C. :Stephens.SPs : Sen. Adams said V the authorityhad coverage to some farm owners felt better. his flight MEMORIALS AND RESOLUTIONS .----___ 4 Coats PH W. I

had to say on this subject. I have who receive cash or crop chares Awhile in boughs light.
I: Jack Grtffis M. :sgt: Krank been successful in acquiringa Don has a little cold and is not
been reading a lot about what I from tenant farmers. If the farm- Feels them give beneath WE HAVE a new loan program for NEED! TIRES
tract of feeling too He went down way
land suitable for in- good.
IstrW. J. K Get them
Dryden, bloodwortn farmers. Loans of 1 to 5 years now pay as yoU rld.
with i
has been said about the righfof- and SKC Jack Jnttin. dustrial ,sites and that they now landlord under his agreement to the store for nearly always in. him. and yet sings. for the entire credit require- Ask for ,our easy budget term
way for the four-laning of State have several "hot prospects" who his tenant, materially participatesin the: afternoon on Saturday peo- Knowing that he hath wings.So ments of the farmer and his fam Lacy Conway Sales and Servlc.
I and activities Union
training Gainesville Production Credit Pus
ily. Station.
Road 301. 1 don'tVblame the politicians conducted over the weekend were are interested in locating there. the production or managementof ple want bottle gas. each of us know because of Association. WO North Main tfchg Fla

land owners and businessmen He said the authority will seek production of_ the farm crops Easter we need not be afraid of Gainesville, Fla. tfchg
It is cold out The
the operation of the ranges for today. snowis FOR SALE-14 In x 15 ft.
raised his land this income steel
for wanting to see these pro- to develop all sections of the on death for we too like the bird can culvert
OCR TENTH! ANNIVERSARY pipe, $1.25 ft.
of the Carbine Pistol M-l about all but the groundis
firing gone
gressive improvements. I want to county from Keystone Heightsto formerly excluded as rental .income I. have wings if we have faith.V RADIOS REPAIRED Iota for sale In 8,nth Gate
see them myself. I am aware that rifles and the 50-calibre machine Orange Park. may be reported for social still frozen in some places. My Happy Easter and God bless AU Hake AU M.4lCharges Subdivision. Low down payment.
....... .
rvaraateeiRADIO Low monthly
we will soon be called on to vote guns; school on the operation of Sen. Adams said that if their security purposes. This provisionis angel food cake is done. My it you everyone one. MIEFIIEBD'j TV JACKSON. Phone payments.1&5. c/o Central BILLY

for more taxes to improve our t a five-ton wrecker; school on the efforts are successful in hrinelne effective for taxable years end- is a big nice thick one. I shall LOVE. !..!.. Greta Owarr Truck Lines. tfchl'

schools. This needs to- be done.I operation and supervision or a some development.to-the-Keystone : ing after 1955.Requests use powdered sugar icing with MOTHER LURA 22 G W. Call Starke St. 51.. Pk*>e 239 ONE

Yes and there are some other maintenance snop; maintenance for Information regarding BEDROOM furnished apart-
Airpark it will benefit Brad- ments for
rent. Phone U5
things that are important too. ''I' and repair of tanks and on-tfie- ford County as much as it will taxes due and tax return Poor Gas Mileage Six FatalitiesOn 3%STONE PAID STATE ON: SAVINGS BANK -- KET-KET- Jackson. tft-hg

First let me say that there are job training in administration Ciay. forms should be directed to the May Be Caused Bradford Roads STONE HEIGHTS. ILL. MEMBER FOR RENT-Reduced prices. 3 room

other communities in Bradford and supply. The speaker was introduced by Internal Revenue Office at -Jacksonville FDIC. nicely furnished apartments. Adequate .

county other than Starke. The The local Guardsmen will attend Guy Andrews who had charge of Florida. Questions con- By Poor DrivingMany During Past YearSix FOR RENT-Adults only. First gentleman.heaters. Bessent For elderly Road coupleor Box

people in these said communitiespay summer field training at Fort the program. cerning the old-age survivors, class first floor apartment. Two 440 E. Starke. tfchg

taxes. The said communitiesneed Stewart Ga. June /8-22 with other and disability insurance program motorists might have persons were killed in high- aerial beds, ,private entrance garage, TV !
128 N.
to be considered in the improvement units of, the 4Stn/ Armored Div Gas ConsumptionIn will be answered .by your social fewer complaints about the gas- way accidents in Bradford County Church St. Up FOR Home SALU equipment-Karmail im Tractor Chevrolet.A.

plans of the county. ision. recurity office at* Gainesville oline consumption of their cats during 1957. according to a sum- Kdgar Burrelt, Itt. 2, Box H Ae. .

We are living too crowded and Recent promotions In the local Bradford Shows Florida. if they knew how much their own mary just issued by the Depart- Phone FLOOR' 414W.SANDING Calvin and John.Finishing Hchg. :Starke.: -liP

too fast for there to be any big unit were J. M. Smith Jr., Carlos driving habits affect ,their gas- ment of Public Safety in Talla FOR RE.NT-Two bedroom house V
30 Per Increase
I's and little you's. Norman Gerald Crosby, and ,Cent dine mileage. hassee. .FOR S.-\LE-Z5 acres with 2 houses, unfurnished on Grand St. large corner .
WRGR To Start deep wells, barn and other build- lot adjoins school grounds<< ituo
Second let me call to the attention Accidents reported in the county ings 2 Therm nice
Thomas p. Murphy to Private 1st Gasoline'consumption In Brad- Experts say even a car that is mi. s. W of Lawtey. 13.000 space heater bath
of everyone concerned the during the year totaled 173, rash or 1-2 down and terms. Contact room. Phone 137. Itcng
I class. ford showed 30 cent kept in top-notch mechanical Llrs. G. -
County a per New News Series P. Thompson. Silver Springs
condition of the State Road from with 44 persons injured. The mileage COWS KOK HAw..I.l1ree
Pvt. Vernon P. Hendricks left increase from 1954 through 1957 condition can give poor mileageif Fla. 4tp 4.10 milk
I I cows, Guernsey and<< two
Biooker to State Road 301. Thisis death rate [number of deaths Jerseys.
Sunday for six months active duty according to figures released this Radio station WKUR announces its driver is ,guilty of any of J OR SALE Two just fresh with heifer calves.s. .
an important road to the I I at' Fort Jackson S. U. after week by the Florida State Chamber three 15-minute news summaries these 10 driver causes pf high. gas .per 100 million vehicle miles cocker Spaniel-AKC puppies.Registered Reasonable.black J. JlcUarvey, It!. i. BOX 3t>s.

' Brooker community. Our children which he will teturn,to his parent of Commerce. This is well starting Monday and to be Heard consumption: I traveled] was 6.7. 9 miles South of Starke on Rt. lt)0.) Law icy._
have to ride over this to at- Five Florida counties reportedno Wilfred Teske Box 85-C Starke Fla.
road unit in Starke. }>1.t. Hen ricks above the average Increase of 21 daily at < ajn.. 12:15 p.m., and tt 1. "Show-off acceleration I lUbE. WANTED!: MAID with transportation -
tend school. The community uses! : fatalities during the year. They or couple to live in. Coder-
lives.in Lake Butler and is a recent per cent for the state as a whole. p.m. The newscasts will be hand- Acceleration at wide open throttle wood Motel. Phone sv-Li. liens
this road as & convenience to i were, Baker Gulf Lafayette FOR SALE Dining room suit. white
Starke other places of business,I.I graduate ot the University Last year's sales in Florida totaled led by Chuck DentIn I consumes fuel several times as Liberty and Union. cak formica top table and buffet, TWO BKUKOOil
of Florida, majoring in education.Pvt. almost 1.5 billion gallons addition there will be, 12fiveminute fast, as moderate, acceleration. : V fiX chairs.-610 Pinewood Dr.. Pine- newly decorated upstairs partly furnished
and their homes. ; Ccllier County had the highest tiaven. or phone 655.; Itp apartmentfor
Third loot at the road knownas Vernon Hendricks will report almost double the figures for 1950.,: news reports daily,' 2. Improper shifting Holdingthe mileage death rate 23.21 with 21 rent. To see contact Mrs. Paul
other counties showed Sound RICH PIECE of ground for rent In Kaymond. HI S. Water st,, after
to Fort Jackson S. C. for six Thirty on the hour plus "Living low until
in get
the Dedan Church road. This gears you i deaths and 138 injured in 259 Lawtey. See Mrs. Kasie Uibaon, & p.m. ttcng
road serves two churches two months'active duty on March 23. gains, and eleven registered loss- In Music." up to high speeds may easily : accidents. Lawtey. Itp
cemeteries two school buses a Recently completing the six es.Although double fuel consumption. FOR RENT-Two bedroom house ley Lake for rent. Airs. Famine

mail route and a thickly settled months AD program was Pvt. gasoline sales are not Middleburg Club 3. Excessive speed on the high- Wreck At RaifordA fully famished newly decorated. Torode phone 2391._Itcng
I Carles Norman. an infallible county measure be- burns gasoline dollars. Inquire at 733 N. Thompson 1St.Ztp .
community of farmers. The condition way up 4/3 FOR K NT-Three bedroom house
of this road Is such that '"Young men graduating from cause of the mechanics. distribution Plans ActivitiesFor 4. Pumping the gas pedal-a semi-trailer truck loaded large screened porch. V high school are invited to visit they are generally help- foot wastes FOUND-Ladies wrist watch. Owner neighborhood. N. Cherry St.
you can hardly travel V it in dry CentennialThe nervous gas. with citrus turned on its side may have by identifying: and Phone z:1 or 27S-L. Floyd (Green
learn ful in growth
weather. Think how some people the armory and more about indicating 5. Excessive idling fuel con- Sunday night and slid along the paying for ad. Mrs. D. Lt SiI OX. 331: V Itp

must feel about this conditicn. the National Guard program" Civic: Club of Middleburghas sumed at idle doesn't show on railroad track in Raiford when Clark St. Itch* FOR SALIC-Residential lots, by

To the politicians business says Lt. Drew F. Reddish; train I Cowen Awarded planned various activities in;' the speedometer. the driver fell asleep. It was driven WANTED TO BUK-Good secondhand owner. 4 blocks west of oonrthoune. -
men. and citizens of Bradford "ing officer "and particularly this Science ScholarshipCharles connection with tne forthcoming 6. Stop signs and traffic signals by Richard H. Gerhet of Al- If or 14' Boat and Trailer. phone., Sit Priced or Z7u to sell. Floyd Jreen.
.I because we believe ,this is I See Langley at Azalea Motor Court. _up
grcup in cities traffic signalsare '
of many
County-we are your supporters celebration of the Centennial toona. Pa. who was unhurt. The V. $. 301 south. Itp
one of the best piograms offered FOR SALK-Twin beds foam
synchronized for a recommended rubber -
customers, and neighbors. Therefore P. Cowen, science teacn- Clay County. accident was investigated by the mattresses, dresser and cheat of
all we ask is to. be in on your young men facing military ,obli er. at Bradford High School! haS On April 4 a session of kangaroo speed. Driving accordingto State Highway Patrol out of Lake FOR KEXT-Mce block house unfurnished drawers. Like new mo.OO. call

plans for better roads, better gations. i been awarded a scholarship by Court will be held at the.. the traffic pattern saves gas. City. with small, 2 bedrooms family, car for port.coupleor 1 Keystone Heights. 3333._up

schools and better communities. Several members of the unit; the National Science Foundation Civic Club at,8 p.m. There wm 7. Low tire pressureunderin- block from school on Lake su
sincere have re-enlisted since January I flation mew more road friction Recent large corner lot. Phone 137. Itcng HOUSE FOR SALE
With respect to all I:: for adyanved study from June 23 also be a,parade of costumes and BirthMr.
including SP-2 C. E. Griffis. SP-3 and increased gas consumption.
H. H. MottBrooker Fla.: : W. O. Dodd SP-3 R. M. Alvarez through Aug. 16 at Converse Col. beards. 8. Dragging brakes when and Mrs. Doyle Crews of FAR GROVE HOME NAME YOUR PRICE ...

i I I SP-2 Bobby L. Crosby. SFC J. It lege Spartanburg S. C. Mr. On April 18 another square brakes drag more power is required Starke announce the birth of a IKS aere. 35 cleared SO U Cia,..,
he would work in the will .be.held and 2 ... To Be Moved or Dismantled
Cowen said dance on May IS. mace tree 20 rrm tree
Temperance Week Alvarez. and SP-3 R. K. Griffis. j i I the to overcome the resistance. son, Michael David on March Z2 .tker frmlt, Traetr M4 ". .. ...
J field of chemistry. and apply another session of Kangaroo .
I' SP-3 Glenn B. Crawford is attending elee.
9. Racing a cold enginethis at Bradford County Hospital. 9 story house ImrmttuTf, N.- For Details Contort
credit toward completion of bis Court vealeBeei. Price 5,75440. *MQQ
The local WCTU calls attention I machinist and weldingschool : causes excessive wear and wastes tIO ...w.. bag term .. ..la....
to the fact that Governor LeroyCollins' :i[ at The Ordnance Schoel. doctorate.The On May 9 will be the final judging lots of gas. Other lUtlBc tit...... fmrmti. ..mr. MR.: SCALES
Aberdeen Proving Ground Md. scholarship was limited toro of whiskers, costumes, etc. I. city ... e*..trr, rtBtaU .l rltrad
has proclaimed Temperance 10. Short trips.-.most, short trip gasoline. i .
Week,,March,20-April 5. AU : applicants from throughout: the and an old-fashioned ,box supperat driving is done with the choke When your car is in good mechanical -I lake properties.FLORIDA .."," ;co'; Setzer' Store

citizens are urged to consider the i rrsi RIGHT POINT for the U. S. and V was based on accept- the Civic Club. partially closed. Economical driving condition resulting from REALTY CO. Sfon, Tnes.." ;Wei" ,:Only, Please.

matter1 of ,youth temperance education "cay- you write. Come in and sept ance responsibility, teaching Admission to all events will, be demands a normally heated regular tune ups, fuel economy Of Starke _* }tt i' : .

,as a year tound project I | yeur favorite KSTERBROOK : capabilities,,,and academic' :work nominal, .and proceeds will_ be engine. Short- trips are necessary, will result .if your driving habits 111 N. Walnut Starke St., Fla. T.L IS) FOR HALE 19 -
acres of
to the TJXLGRAPH in college. .1 .i" used for the fire department. of but they do use are good. laD4'on
according proclamation. Fountain Pen. .. 1 course up GrlffU 1

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II I I been ordered for J. D. Gaskins. [fl Site .
4-H Council l Elects Officers selection and con assistance is given on his farm
Home DemonstrationNotes ., Clyde Cone, E. L. Birt, N, G. struction of artificial ponds and where the Problem exists
Smith, F. R. Carra dine, G. P. renovation of natural ponds for

Shuford. and William Patrick. irrigation, stockwater, fish pro- Quite often some one will ask
When these maps are received, a duction, and recreation. "What Bahia is the best to
fv by long range conservation farm 3. SCS assists District Super- plant A rough estimate was
r. DOROTHY ROSS a.sot.STBm5Soil plan based on proper use will be visors, farmers, educational made of the Bahia plantings and
1 Home Demonstration Agent Conservation made on each farm and when applied groups and others in developingand found over 4.000 acres of Pensa-
by the farmer will
conserve carrying out educational cola in the
I an was planted county to
District Demonstration Day cf the basic methods. such asI Soil and Water and insure continued -
program to stimulate interest in less than 200 acres of the other
Two teams of 4-H girls attended frying, broiling, baking, planking,,I I N-E-W-S production. other assist- the conservation and water resources four Bahias.
the District DemonstrationDay boiling and steaming with excellent -j]I .Zi ance available to farmers in Soil of Florida.

in Palatka Saturday with results if allowances are j I, By Leon W. Carter Conservation Districts, through 4. There is no charge for tech- YOU'LL, LOVE: fe. new K tei.
the agent Miss Dorothy Ross. made for the fat content. Lean' I Soil Conservation Service cooperation with the U. S. Soil nical help by SCS Technicians in brook purse-size fountain pen In
Virginia Parrish and Linda Gayle fish may be broiled or baked if' Conservation Service, 'are: planning and applying a conservation pastel shades. Only $3." at Brat
Green gave an electricity demon- basted: frequently with meltedfat The District equipment was 1. An acre-by-acre conservation program to his farm. This ford County Telegraph.
stration on the Use and Care of ; otherwise they will have a used by Lloyd Green, Paul Parker survey made on each farm by a -
the Electric Skillet, and Mary tendency to become dry. Edgar,.and Paul Faulkner Trained Soil Scientist who examines -
Jane Bigham and Ann Gainey The most important thing to | "ew officers for the coming year, recently elected at Green has turned 40 acres or and classifies each acre
the meeting of the- 4.11 County' Council are (I.r): Mary Nor- ,to determine its Upholstery Drapes
gave a dairy foods demonstration remember is that fish is too often more of his carpet and clover use capabilityand -
cn making a Banana Milk Shake. overcooked. Just enough cooking man, parliamentarian; Joy Starling, historian; Patricia Pellum. pasture. He used the 'District's conservation needs.
District Demonstration Day ,is to enable the flesh to be flaked"president; Lynn i'erintice president; and Mania, Miller, treasurer. cultipacker seeder to seed his 2. SCS furnishes Technical helpto
a part of the awards program in easily from the bones will leave I I Not present in picture are Judy Kelley, secretary, and Suzanne Judd pasture land "with Pensacola farmers for planning and applying -. A# Slip Covers Seat CoversLarge
moist tender and :
,that outstanding demonstrationsgiven the .fish and reporter. The new officers were installed by Mrs. E. L. Cox and Bahia. -
14 old Janu- bring out its delicate flavor. ,[al A soil
by girls years presented with corsages by Mrs. J. G. Caldwell. Parker used the District's ferti- conserving Cropping J'- Variety of Designs and
ary 1 were chosen to appear on Fish that have been frozen lizer spreader to put nut___ nitrogen Plan. /J Materials To Select From
the program at Girls' State Short should be allowed to thaw in refrigerator n -----0-- [Ibl A Water Control I _
the art of System
Gainesville Mr. and Mrs.Marvini, were taught corsage on his pasture. ,
Course in Tallahassee in June. before cooking, and Bass and children, and Mrs. An-' making by Mrs. Ann Kleinman. Edgar and Paul also used the designed to drain excess water' CALL 239
Put- should be thawed in water.
Girls from Clay, Duval never and retain needed water.cl .
nie Mae Nipper of Newberry Refreshments were later servedby District's fertilizer spreader to
nam, St. Johns Nassau ,and Baked Fish
visited the Edd Polk family Tues- 8-8-8 [ ] Wind Erosion control prac- For Free EstimatesSHEPHERD'S
Bradford are in this district. The Three of four pounds of fish the hostesses, Mrs. G: E. Green put out fertilizer on their
day night. pasture. Edgar said, "It's'a little tices where needed.
remainder of the state is divided [dressed], one and one half tea- (| and Mrs. Lottie: Edwards.
H. B. Stokes was confined to early and damp but I need some [d] Pastures. Technicians plan
into other districts. spoons salt, four tablespoons but- Friends of the Philip A. and
| the Starke Hospital last week RADIO & TV
early grazing to cut-out that I with farmers the types of grasses
The purpose of DemonstrationDay ter orother fat [melted], and
with pneumonia, but is home now Clarrissa Crosby family will be and legumes and fertilizers to fit
is to give the girls experience three slices bacon [optional! feeding from the bag"Soil
and doing fine. We wish him a sorry to hear that one of their their land.el INMAN D. GREEN, Owner
opportunities to grow and Clean, wash and dry fish. Rub )
develop, and to 'observe each inside and out with salt. Place speedy Mr. and recovery.Mrs. C. J. Tetstone sons, Ben Crosby, passed away at and Capability Maps have [ A management programfor 239 Starke, FloridaComing
1 Hayes J. W. Gaskins Dennis H. fish and wildlife. 1
others work. fish in a greased baking pan. and children and Linnie Tetstoneof 4':30.Monday: morning. ------ -- ____ ___ __ _nn _______
Zinnias Brush with melted fat and lay Gainesville were visiting the -- -- -

Be sure to plant your zinnias slices of bacon over the top. Bakein Edd Polk family Thursday night.
now so they will be blooming in a moderate oven 350 degrees F Holden of
Mr and Mrs; Reesy
time for the flower show in June. for 40 to 60 minutes or until fish visited the Edd Polk
Dates -To' Remember flakes easily when tested with a .
family Sunday morning.Mr. FrLSHARE Sat.
April 7 Plant Clinic to be fork If fish seems dry while bak- and Mrs. Jimmie Crosby April 4-5
held at the American Legion Hall ing, baste occasionally with drip- and children of Gainesville were
on the-fair grounds in Starve at pings or melted fat. Serve immediately visiting Mr. and Mrs. Eugene ,
2 o'clock Monday afternoon April on a hot platter, plain or :Crosby Sunday., '
7. The public is invited to bring with a sauce. Serves six. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Emerson
specimens of plant pests to the I and son of Palatka were weekend
clinic. Subjects of pruning, trans TTYYYYYY Tftf f.mmtn.BROOKER guests of Mrs. Eva Harrell and

planting, and care of shrubs will. I the M. O. Harrell family. THE PROFITS"
be.discussed. Mr. and Mrs. William Fowler
April 17 Home Demonstration and children of Hampton visited

Achievement Day Programto By Barbara,Sue Davis Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Melvin Satur ...
be held at the Woman's Club day night.
Building in Starke at 2 o'clock ...auauauu.a.a..aaaeMrs. Will Rodgers is a..patlent in in

Thursday afternoon April 17. Beatrice Sullivan visited the Lake Butler Hospital and his 'i- _
I Doors open at 1:45: for public to Mrs. Jane Tate in Gainesville daughter, Mrs. Shirley Tetstone, /
see exhibits. Tuesday. visited him Sunday afternoon.
Month of April 4-H girls' Wilma and l II Naomi Alexander Shine Mott of Gainesville visited -

exhibits. cf Water, Valley, Miss., who have his mother Mrs. Bannie Mott,

1 Fish Fishery For Lent products are rich in been visiting friends in Odessa Sunday Mr. and afternoon.Mrs. Vernon overturf ''L'LA.
and other points of interest, were i
nutritive value, since they are overnight guests of the G. W. and children of Gainesville visited _
excellent of Rev. and Mrs. L. L. Parker
sources digest-
very pAY' "
while '
Davis family Saturday en- \' ii'
ible proteins, minerals, vitaminsand route to their home. Sunday. "k !
fat. The National Nutrition Mrs. Alex Williams and son of
Nell Oliver of St. Augustine _
Committee recommends that I Jacksonville visited Mr. and Mrs.
everyone eat at least one servingof and Mrs. Willie Short of Gainesville Dave Green Sunday.
fish, meat, or -poultry every were weekend guests of- the Those attending the 16th birthday -
I Amanda Lewis family. party; of Marjorie Whitehead .
day.All fish. may'be cooked by any' Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Stokes of Saturday night were Craig Wood. ; ,

In... ...,.. Mary Jane Bigham, Edward Endi-

11\ALVAREZ'\ STORE 'Established Men's 1 Clothing 1894SHEPHERD'S \\\\\\ cott Lmda Beverly Lavern Green.and Jo and Ann Dickie Green,Davis and I 1 .... -

The Executive Board of the .
Brooker Garden Club"met at the I, / __. ,,' > ." ::"- 'I ..'
home of Mrs. W. Bigham. Jr.
Monday night. After the business
refreshments were served
_presents meeting the members by Billy and Pat


and Dickie Davis, and Edward
Endicott visited Mrs. Jimmie
Whitehead in Lake Butler Monday STARKE

afternoon.Mrs. .
Guy Harrell and Regenia ,
Harrell were in Gainesville on

business Thursday. ,

Cherie Bill left Hinson Tuesday and for daughter Hudson,I..

IIL'i' Nr Ohio, where they will remain for

( IWI l the Mr.summer and Mrs.months.Joe Wetheringtonand 15-Cooperating Stores-15 :

daughter of Gainesville visit- .
ed the G. E. Green family Sun-
day afternoon.Jo I
I Ann Thomas of Jacksonvillewas

129.95up 1 -t. father the.,and Troy weekend Mrs.Thomas.Mr. Buddy guest. Thomas of her JOIN IN OFFERING YOU THE BIGGEST

w, and Rebecca Thomas of JackSon-

he,, 262 ... ville visited their parents, the
.,_oDIe ..... ""Htp.SMrl-. .....q.,,k Bob Thomases over the weekend.V. '
d-tay A.y. h a Naval. S.Air 101 Station Kenneth, Jacksonville Mott of the, PARADE OF BARGAINS SINCE ,CALL STREET WAS A COWPATH '

iCAVICTOR visited his parents, Rev. and Mrs. ,
TV H. H. Mott over the weekend.
Evelyn Shaw of Fairbanks was
the Saturday night guest of Ethel

A sew kind of table TV lOk" d.ten : Mann. Ask for
for a new high in TV enjoy I 1-41- "f\o\ tololi ':" Henry Shaw of Lake City Visit- Your'ProfitSharing Coupons
ment -RCA Victor'!Rocklyn. _fit' dot blackcdwsst hits ed the A. I. Mann family Sunday
It saves ipace-yet brings 0" morning.
you the brightest, clearest"MinorSharp" I ", st.4 e ., \' Mr. and Mrs. John Freemanand
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picture ever.Hat "o".toutll \ children of Hawthorne were
Improved Balanced Fidelity N::H tonkO' i Sunday afternoon guests of theA.
FM Sound: .,tool! 0 '.,""Y1-\\+a(!: :, <.."', '
Mann family
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Qji ik < Mr. and Mrs Aubrey Thomas CASH PRIZES AWARDED SAT. APR. 19

Come in fodayl ** "UHI ;: +ft..r.Mawtnor.. and children of Panama City are
visiting his parents, Mr and Mrs. ,
At 4**At_RCA Vfcr f.dry Stnin Ctntt McWvWy for ICA Vidor.,MMMI.TV Tim Thomas, for a few 'days. I
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wilson and
baby of Jacksonville were week- *

Thomas.Linda Sue and Ronnie Thomas I

I ServiceAll for attended Elaine night.a Crosby birthday- in party Starke given Friday Winkler Electric Service ,. Gem Jewelry Stump's Dept. Store !

Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Thomas
visited Mr., and Mrs. Paul Faulkner -

All Guaranteed .Free Estimates Garden in Starke Club Elects Friday Officers night. Elrod Furniture Co. Koch Drug StoreBarksdale's Williams Jewelry

Fully Equipped Dependable The Brooker Garden Club met .
Friday night March 21, at the

All I Makes and Models Community Center with the presi- '
dent Mrs. Lloyd Wood presidingover J & J
Building Supplies
the meeting. The Nominating Robbins'Leila'
Committee presented 'slate'of
SHEPHERD'S RADIO & TV officers for the coming year which IBullington's
was accepted by the club. Theyare '
INMAN D. GREEN, Owner, as follows: President Mrs. Studio & Gift Shop
Radio & TV
Lloyd Wood;' 1st Vice President, s Shepherd's
TV 'Radio .- Seat Covers Upholstering Mrs. Warren Mizelle; 2nd Vice I

Fla. President, Mrs. E. Kleinman; Recording -

Phone Color 239/ T.V. Headquarters Starke, Green Mrs. G.; Corresponding Secretary W. Davis, ; Mrs.Treasurer Secretary Dave,, Denmark Furniture i Co. Bottom Dollar Bradford County Telegraph \.\t

Mrs. Ernest Edwards.
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RTTR 'TTTTTTTTTTTZZL'stt white Bible topped-wittr r white-''Oceeu as a new-member and:Mrs;:I eral weeks, but went back for her r .,. ,... .y..y.y.1 tended themeeting and dJSCUSged mother were Ronald Brown, of I: parents and Miss Faye Johnson

orchid tied with satin streamers. Dora Burton of Atlanta, Ga. as' checkup last week. She' took the plans for the quarterly WMU as- Jacksonville: Rev: Orville Brook- on Saturday.

STATRFARM The bride's only attendant was a guest:'The hostesses, Mrs. L. B'I'' shot she was supposed to take and r IHGKtANDBy soeiational meeting to be held at ins and.daughter Linda of Hamp- i Our regular Sunday Worship is

I Mrs. RobertMcClellan, matron .Cooper and Mrs. A. J. Green when they got her home she Hampton Baptist_ Church. on Friday -. at 10 a, m. and Training Union

By Mr. J. G.. Cttldwell of honor. She wore a pastel green ved refreshments, consisting i of II seemed to have'a severe;pain. in Sin. April 18. ton.Mrs.. Verble Anderson is visit ,at 6:3(1: ( p. 111.
dress with fitted bodice and full sandwiches, cake and coffee. The her head and had to be rushed Lacy Next regular meeting of the ing with Mr and Mrs. Johnnie

VV A &\ skirt. She carried a nosegay of next meeting will be on -April 15 back to the doctor. laasaa aAU W 4 .41Ua1. group will be on Thursday, April McNeal in Jacksonville for a few

Bobbie Faye white carnations. in the club house.At Lee Moore has been 17, at the home of Mrs. M. P.Misner. days.
Sweat, suffering Mr. and Mrs. Rafe of -
p And Serving as best man was Mr a Pack meeting in Starke on Manning Rev. and Mrs. Buddy Orgart.'tand
Lewis Ronald fcCMUn a very severe cold but seems Jacksonville i
Exchange Marriage Vows McClellan's brother, Robert Mc- ,Tuesday night the following to be some better.J. I' spent the weekend Mr. and Mrs. Donald McMahon [ Jessie Irene of Palatka were'
here with
the L. M. Normans. '
A wedding; of beauty and sim- Clellan. State Farm boys received awards; L. Strickland went to Duval and son of Bradenton were Hamp- visitors at Boatdrain Baptist
The church folks took church
Both the bride's mother and Donald Carter Lion a last weekend with her
: a Badge: l last the ton visitors Church on Sunday.
plicity was solemnized at 8 o'clock Medical Center week and in different
Friday evening. March, H, when groom's mother were attired in :Bryan Erwin and Peter Fancher, cancer was removed from inside census and areas.Sundav. parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Wat- Edward Green is home on leave
Mr. Mrs. Norman of
blue dresses, and had accessoriesof Wolf Badges: and Kenney Jones, Floyd terson. for 15 days, visiting his parentsand
Miss Bobbie Faye Sweat, daughter his mouth He_ came home the Jacksonville spent the weekend
cl Mr-and Mrs. Mack A. Sweatof white. Bobcat Pin.- next day and is getting along fine. here with the Leonard Normans. Mr. and' Mrs. Beryl'Pope of friends. Later he will report
Following the wedding a reception Mrs. W. N. North was calledto Panama City were overnight visit- for duty with'the navy in Georgia.
the State Farm, became the He went back"> today [Monday] for Mr. and Mrs G. L. Sapp of
bride of Lewis Ronald McClellan, was held in the dining Americus, Ga. on Tuesday by his checkup. Heilbronn'were ors last: week in Hampton with Those on the sick list are Patsy I

son of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Mc room of the Sweat residence. The the death of her uncle Mr. F. G. Wednesday of last week Rev. In our community his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. O'Brien. Lloyd Padgett, Rachel l

Clellan of Lawtey. Rev. James bride's table was overlaid withan Beavers. Mrs. North returned on George Chism of Maniac Ga., Saturday CARD afternoon.OF THANKS_ and Mrs. Edward Saxon and Brown and her mother, Mrs. Lo- Profit-Sharing
antique cutwork cloth and Monday and was accompaniedhome daughters. vonia Griffis. We wish them a
of officiatedat pastor of the Highland Baptist
: thank
: We want to all of
centered with three-tiered wed- Nellie our and and
the double ring ceremony a by her mother, :Mrs. Church, was coming from Duval Mr. Mrs.' Leo Wiggins speedy recovery.
friends and neighbors for their
ding cake, surrounded with and and Mrs. Paul [ Douglas Davis arid sen of Martinez
arrangements Beavers Mr. I Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar
which took place in the home of Medical Center where he had i kind words and sympathy offeredus I
of miniature orange Beavers of St. Petersburg, who : Jacksonville were Sundayisitors and daughter of Green Cove
the bride's parents. spent most of the day with J. L. '
blossoms and tiny white bells. were her. overnight guests. Other during the illness and death 1 I: at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Springs visited Mrs. Martinez
The couple stood in an archway The cake was topped with a visitors of Mr. and Mrs. North, Strickland and others Mrs., was driving of. our daughter, and sister Bertice George Williams and Howell. !

decked with variegated ligustrum miniature bride and groom. Over during the week were Mr. 'and along, he and Strickland ,Griffis and for the food and beau- I Mrs. Ina Knight and son spent
and ivy in the center of which talking church work, and his car tiful tlo'/'erS.-'fhe.. C. Griffis TYUSConvalescent i
the table Lake
hung cluster of
a white Mrs. H. W. Williams and Miss decided- it had far enough last weekend at Kingsley
hung a cluster of white wedding wedding bells tied with satin rib- Maude Bearers of Miami who gone .family.' with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Crews Home"A
and stopped. As it happened we
bells. Seven-branched candelabrawith The Sunday afternoon gvests of
with them Wednesday and family.
lighted tapers stood on either were on were just entering Maxville, rightin the Lacey Norman were Lonnie Home Away From Home"
After spending? some time with night and Thursday. Mr. Vivian Saxon of Pompanowas
side, flanked by pedestal baskets their front of a cafe and auto shop. and Sina Prescott, Mary Lucille his ASK YOUR DOCTOR
Mr. visitor'with
guests, and Mrs. Mc- Mr. and Mrs. Mack A. Sweat, a weekend
in cascade arrangements of The car could not. be repaired and Mrs. Hattie Dar-
Clellan left for. a short wedding Miss Patsy Sweat and Mrs. Rosie Bennett son father, B, Y. Saxon last week. ABOUT {'S COMING SOON
white gladioli and chrysanthemums. there so he called Carson Griffis ley, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Griffis,
trip to Daytona Beach. The bride Sapp spent Sunday in Palatka! J Billy Home arrived home Mon-
traveled in a two-piece navy suit with Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Mc- to come and take us the remain- and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Griffis, all day for a 20-day leave with his Your Inspection Invited

The bride was given in mar- trimmed in white with white ac- Clellan. der of the way Sunday we all 1'of Lawtey; and Mr. and Mrs J. parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Nurses on Duty 24 Hrs. Dally IN STflRKE!
thought the preacher had the big
I S riage by her father, and wore a cessories. Her corsage was a white Joe Harden who is a student E. Wall Jr. of Starke; and Rev. Home from Homestead Air Force 327 S. Thompson Phone 153
head, because he in a new
street length formal of white lace orchid. They will make their at the University of Tampa spent I came to, T. M. Knight' and wife and son Base where he is stationed.Mr. .
learned he
: over net and taffeta. A fitted home in Palatka. the weekend at' home with his we. car i qt Maxville; and Rev. George and Mrs. Leon Sauls and
bodice with satin covered buttons The bride attended Bradford mother, Mrs.: Louise Harden and I borrow a car. His was in the ,Chism. and son of Moniac' Ga. .I children moved Saturday from Y

: down the front and sleeves end- High.School and during the past his grandmother,. Mrs Dora Lenton. "sick We house"werepleased for cars last yet.Saturdayto Larry Norman was the dinner the Wiley Williamson place on $2,2 Q PER EXTRA YEAR OF LIFEThe

ing at points over her wrists. Her guest cl Rev.. T. M. Knight and Division Ave.. where they have
year was employed by a local insurance have friend and Brotherin
finger-tip veil of sheer illusion agency. Mr. McClellanis Mrs. Ralph Moore and Mrs. cur family Sunday at Maxville. been living for several months, to average family today spends about $22 a year or
faith and church work, Jim
was held in place by a tiara shap- a graduate of Bradford High Billy Knabb of Macclenny visited Godwin and Ceif spend the after- Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Knight Lawtey. ; more for prescriptions than it did in 1929. Largely be-

ped bonnet. The bride carried aGAY'S School and is at present employed Mrs. L. E. Dugger on Tuesday noon with us. and children Baldwin visited Mr.: and Mrs. Ralph Prevatt of cause of the wonder drugs in these prescriptions, you

IG in Palatka. afternoon cf last week. Rev. Harvey Lane called on the the Leonard Normans Sunday Lawtev visited friends in Hamp- can expect 10 more years of life than you could in 1929.

: Mr. and Mrs. R_ P. McLendonand afternoon. ton on; Monday this week. This that the typical family about $2.20
; Out of town guests at the wed- Stricklands and others at Clay Mr. and' Mrs Lacey Norman means pays

ding were, Mrs.. Lowell Allen of sons Spanky and Tommy Hill Saturday evening.We and son were supper guests of the Nell Crews, daughter of Mr. for each' extra year of life expectancy... That's-why we
were weekend visitors of Mr. and and,. Mrs. Marion Crews of the
Ft. White Rev and Mrs. F. C. surprised and ,pleased!
Mrs. J. F. Cogdill in St. Marks. were R. E. Sapps in Green Cove Springs State Farm'spent the weekendin say. .
Home McManus Welborn and Mrs. C. : Sunday to have our sister-in-law, -
Appliances Mrs. P. S. Crews andMr. and Saturday. Hampton with Mrs. Ethel Tid-
H Cope of Jacksonville. Lizzie Strickland her nurse, Ruth
Those'who have been unable to TODAY'S PRESCRIPTION IS THE BIGGEST
I visit- Miss Durling.
M. Bradley well and Betty
Mr. and Mrs. J. ,
Club Meeting Steel of Starke and Mr. and Mrs.
have missed some
Your church
Friendly in Jacksonville on get to is home with his
, ed Mr. Crews Billy Alderman
Strickland of Lake City BARGAIN IN HISTORY
The Home Demonstration Club Sidney singing. Mrs. Pany Norman -
Wednesday. Mr. Crews is a pa- special j parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Ald-
Sid ,
Norge Dealer met on Tuesday afternoon in the spend the afternoon with us. and her son, with his guitar
tient at St. Vincent's.Mr erman awaiting further orders.He
, club house.. Mrs. A. C. ?elche, the i$ always so busy in his church accompanied Larry Norman with
Williams at
and Mrs. Calvin has just completed
. B NOBOE APPLIANCESMAYTAO president presided. The voiion- work it is hard for him to get last Sunday night.
:: and daughters Misses Sandra and special songs school in Key West where he has
al was read by Mrs. Belche, followed away, but he does slip off every Now don't forget church and DRU&, STORE
4 Sherrie of Biloxi, Miss were at been 'stationed with the U. S.
S WASHERSS by the Lord's prayer said once in awhile and come to see Sunday school next Sunday as it
home with Mrs. William's parents, Navy.
in unison by all members of the Uncle Jim.Monday. I Phone
i" Homecoming day with good 220 N. Temple 79
. COLDL1lEAn:88: and Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Crews for the evening of last week Mr.and Mrs. L. P. Bradley are
club. Each one present was askeded I and dinner
FLOOR 'I weekend. Other'guests of Mr. and. preaching, singing .moving into the house on Church -
FURNACES, to answer the roll with a sew- some of the Highland people as after the services. You are always
Mrs. Crews were Mr. and Mrs.-L. St., owned by Claude May, where
ing hint. The main,topics of discussion -I well as others came to our house welcome at our church, so come
We Service All Makes C. Clemmons of Gainesville., at Mrs. Ola M. Perkins recently had
were the Plant Clinic and and, we (had a, wonderful prayer and all.
4 Of Appliances Achievement Day, both to be held dinner on Saturday night. meeting. We just wish they would Birthday to Carl Norman been living.
II Happy
. Mr and, Mrs. Ozzie Toole and often and we all wor- Mr. and Mrs. Willard Thomas SERVICESCHEDULE
early in April. Miss Dorothy Ross come more March 16.
Phone 10 Junior Beard of Ccmpass Lake and children have moved from
interesting talkon the ship together.
Starke Florida gave subject an, "A Prettier You." The were spend-the-day guests ,of Mr We attended church and Sun- 1.-W9Y 1n111Nt11Fn1n1*' the farm home near the Paul 1' V
and Mrs. R. M. Cadell on Thurs- ; another farm homein
. club gladly welcomed Mrs. A. J. day School at Highland Sunday.It Meng to
day.Mr. seems some more had been the same section east of Hamp-

and Mrs. R. A. Green of overcome with sickness or some HAMPTON ton.Miss .

Jacksonville were Saturday'visit hindering, cause. We had eight Carolyn Kelsey of Theressa '

A HOME YOU CAN AFFORD ors of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Green. lesS than' the Sunday; before, but" By Mr*. D. E. md spent last weekend with Odessa

Mcs. Dpnald Busby and little had more for preaching services. a &A A A. &..AAAE Melton daughter of Mr. and Mrs.L. .
son, Donald JIL have been visiting The house was well filled for -, L.. Melton. Also visiting the

Custom Built on Your. Lot her parents' Mr. and Mrs L. J. preaching.' Rev Chism's subject Services NightlyAt Meltons during the weekend were Starke Service Call 1,50C'
Swann for the past two 'W.eeti. *U.n. *V>n mrvrninpr"--0!'" message: was Christian Church Mr and Mrs. Clarence Melton} of -
. Mr. Busby came up for the weekend Light-and was based on Gen..l-:3: Beginning next Sunday, March Jacksonville Plus Work Time

, and: they returned. to, their Alf'should have beard? this message I 30, at 7:30 p. m., a week of nightly Mrs. Opal Wethersby and Mrs. ( Ity Limits) Pickup & Delivery 3.00

home in, Orlando on Sunday. services will be held at Hampton Atwell of Branford visited last

- 1.' Mr.. .a Mrs. Joe Neal Belcbe 'Rev van der} Maaten, of Green Christian Church with Bra week in Hampton with Mr. and

of'Pensacola came home'on'Fri- Cove Springs retired 'minister of Jake Thomas of Lake Butler as Mrs. T. J. Alderman. Mrs. Weath- Lawtey Service Call 3.50

day and were with their parents' the Presbyterian Church and Ed- speaker.The ,ersby is Mrs. Alderman's sister Kingsley Plus Work Time
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. elche, and ward G. Nagle of Penney Farms, I Easter week services will ,. -

Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell un- chairman of the Red Cross drivein be highlighted with a sunrise service T 9y 9 YY9Y991 Hampton Pickup& Delivery 6.0Q

til Monday.Mr. Clay County, called on the on Easter Sunday morning,
F'iEXTRA! and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell) and Stricklandsand others Friday April 6, at the church.

Mfr and Mrs. J. N. Belche spent afternoon 'in the interest of the Stores Postoffiee RISING RaifordService.. Call 4.50

Sunday evening with the T. A. Red Cross work. It seems we folks Open'Thurs. Afternoons Graham .
.Yawn family and enjoyed ice of. Clay county, have not made AU stores and the postofficeare Bjr Mrs Gordon Jones Plus Work Time

cream and cake with little DianneYawn I I very much'- effort"to reach the now staying open on Thurs- Waldo .

on her 1st birthday anniversary quota set for part of this work.As day afternoons, instead of closingat ,-fcAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAVisiting- Keystone Pickup & Delivery 7.50
this is a very helpful work, midday as previously. Hours Mr. and !Mrs. Eddie ,

any can be benefitted by it, there- will be the same as other week- Norman Sunday evening were

'WWyyyyyyyyyy YYYY....9' fore all of us should be willing to days. Mrs. Rachel Green Mrs. Dick
CONSTRUCTION FEATURESIN do what we can to help. While The postoffice is now open un- Ralerson and children, and Mrs. WORK TIME

ALL BEVIS HOMES. CLAY HILLby here they mentioned reading the til 5 p. m. on Thursdays, Mrs. Junior Green and children all of
time we CI1 have been having Mary'Williams, postmistress, said, Brooker.

.. I with the possums and skunks among since the majority of the business Miss Nancy Manni of Starke $5.00 N 1st: Rout ... $3.50 Each Hour
5 Treated Sills and Floor Joists ftlrt. J. L. Strickland remain
Well here is places in Hampton open.
-- our chickens. was the. over-night guest of Car- i
Double Framing. On All OpeningsFull I AIAAUUWAAIAAAAAAAIWe I another! I shut up a broody hen Birthday Dinner HonorsMr. olyn Jones Wednesday Thereafter.

8-Foot Ceilings I Thursday evening, in a coop 1 And Mrs. Geo. Saxon Dinner guests of Mr. Robert

e- Solid Pier Blocks I were. saddened. Sunday:'thought was good enough to Mr. and Mrs. George Saxon Norman Sunday were Mr. and

S Top Quality Paint, Choice of Colors afternoon to learn that our friend bluff all of these. At least it had were honored with a combined Mrs; Garland O'Steen and son of $3.50 Minimum Shop ServiceThe
and neighbor, Daisy Lang had dinner Sunday at the
kept the hens secure all along. A birthday Jacksonville Mrs. Maggie Normanof
departed this life and gone on to coon came along Thursday night home of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Birt. Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. Min-

the better world Daisy has,always, and killed the hen and ate partof On their birthdays Thursday and za Royal of Lakeland and Joe
Down Low been a good neighbor and will be her. We had watched for this Friday, March 20 and 21, Mr. Norman. above Schedule is agreed_ to as an equitable charge)

$25 Monthly Payments greatly missed.. the community.Our .' oldfellow but failed to find him. Saxon was 76 and Mrs. Saxon 75. Mrs. C. L. Atkinson of Brooker
deepest sympathy goes to all We decided the best thing to do Guests at the dinner Sunday visited Mrs. Reed Lewis and for Time and Labor, by the following Merchants:
WILL SEE YOU AT HOME ANYTIME relatives. and Mrs. B. Y. Sax-
I ILinnie. was to leave, the remains of the included Mr. daughters Sunday.
DAY OR NIGHT Harris of Maxville has hen and set some steel traps and on, .Mrs. ,J. H. Saxon, Mrs. Cleo Visiting Mrs. Myrtle Barnes ana
been the ,sick list for sometime -i who is Mr. George Sax- Shepherd's Radio & TV
CALL US COLLECT PALATKA EA 5-5317 I on if we heard a noise during the Hunter, children over the weekend were _
i now. We hope she_ is. soon' We set on's_ Daughter, of Ft.; Lauderdale, :
FOR APPOINTMENT night-go get the. coon! :; Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Ricks and son
back to normal health. I results the honored couple, and the host
the traps Friday 01 Starke Mr. and Mrs. Ervirj
Tracy Padgett has been suffer-. Saturday night before we and the hostess. Young and son of Hampton and ing with a very deep cold, it to bed take the 410 gun WMU Features Program Barnes of inkier. Electric Service
Bevis Construction Co. Inc. !|.go we Mrs; Tommy' Kingsley < '
seems he had a trace of pneu-! and light and go out and look all On Home'Missions r Lake.' S -
monia. His sister Rosa has been we Mrs. Marvin Faile was hostess
to shoot so
i around. Nothing
Open Daily 8:00 A.M. ,To 5:00 P.M. suffering with infection in the. come in and go to dreamland a- for the regular'meeting of Hamp- YYYYYYVWTYYYYYYYYYYYYYYGRIFFIS Starke Radio & Television

Palalka Half Mile West of "Y" at New Palm Ave. ears. We.hope. both are. soon well bout 11:30. About 10 minutes until ton Baptist WMU Thursday even Service, ,,

Intersection again. 12 or midnight our little black mg, March' 20, with 13 members. LOOPBy
Ida Mae Manning has been
dog, Nig, started really telling us present.
home from the hospital for sev- something here that didn'tbelong "Faith Working Through Love",
was Weeks
Bessie jumped out of the a program? on home missions, in Sirs. Lois Coleman a.i'" ce-
the'United States and possession,
bed flashlight and
grabbed the
NOTICE! NOTICE! NOTICE! 410 gun, ran. out to, ,the chicken was presented by Mrs. Faile for
: oop 'and thera, was Mr.,Coon in the.Annie Armstrong week of Brown, of Miami) visited G. L McGriff

one of the traps up oa top of tha prayer for: home vmissions. Mrs, his parents; the Clyde- Browns over ,Appliances?

FOR NEW TELEPHONE SERVICE chicken coop. He and the dog Emma Lamoreaux New River As- the weekend. ..
fight. sociati.nal WMU president. at. Visiting Rachel Brown and her -

Apply at Telephone Office i if you are: located in our. were Bessie having shoots one when grand the dog gets.ouli :

\territory 'o4 the_,w y.Her light blinkedout 7,4',4' i

and the' coon' moved at shot the / ,_ BE, SURE... with a
same time she shot so she

his lower teeth' out on the left '

ANY'SUBSCRIBER wishing to be changed from a side went and into the his whole shoulder load The of shot dog 0 <- .buthavvn't .F1QR1| A 1" 'liq "q_

PartrLineaU 9000 reallywent to work oa him, thenso l -I 1

she could not shoot .again, che king account
T-3 paid f hep*
might shoot the dog. By that time

Jim was out there grabbed: a

\ shovel, and started beating thecoon. ,
SUBSCRIBER. wishing more than one line.- be sure ._Thought_ he had him dead, Household money is easier to keep track of when you use a

to apply now. brought him to the house and Florida l Bank checking account. Your cancelled check is your

learned he had to use" the "be- ... -- receipt; Don't wonder,:whether you have paid a bill or not .

heading" axe on him, but that know; by using a Florida checking account. Open your account

coon will not rob1 anyone else's today at, the Florida Bank at Starke.

";ANYONE. requesting any information -- ". Cal 9000 chicken house.. Is this cooo. story

-p.-.i, -. enought for all* We failed'lto get .
-to-:. the skunk that Is, digging up the .

..' -. Or- WriteTELEPHONE- "... yard story:' This! will.have to be 'aI other s ; F: L- O I I DAB a nkcafSfarke '

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BEFORE APRIL 10, I95S services;. 7:20 p. m.

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THURSDAY. MARCH 27, 1958 BRADFOED: COt T TEXJCGUUft: +y>, RTAB H,.mun.\ .. T.!vnmLAAAAAAAJ .....
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A.' ..+& & & i t & & & i guests ,, ?,_ _, .'. cularlr y "appropriate: W. the, Easter' wf apeak. on.,experiences ia. the ..n.t'nYmn, tRtttt,. Starke7o"ere Thursday luncheon fuse, who !is still confined to

Surprise Shower season will' be presented by the church in the.:: islands. guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Tan- Doctors Hospital in Starke.::

' KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS Mr?. William Beam, Mrs. Carl Bryan University Musical Mes- Reservations should be made as LiWiYKn. \ ner.-: Miss Bettie Crawford and Em-

Fendrick, Mrs. Herbert.Nelson. sengers of Dayton, Term, at, the soon. as possible_ with Mr& A>Eel Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Padgett of ory Griffis of Jacksonville spent

Mrs and Mrs. Everett, Fox were co- Park-of-the-Palms on Saturday Malmgren. Lake Wales spent the weekend Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Jack
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hostesses for'a surprise baby evening March; 29. at, 8:15. The Memorial Easter flowers,will be dF Joyce with Mrs. Katie Padgett and Mr. Crawford and family.

.-,-.-.--.-. -.-.-.-.-.-. -.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.. .y..y.-- .....yyyy shower for Mrs Ed Conneen on public is invited to hear''this'in placed. ia Community. Church and Mrs. Henry Wilkerson and Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Phillips were
Friday; March 14 at the Nelson spiring program. orr'Easter- Sunday; Mrs. ''D: O. daughter. in Callahan on Friday evening .to
Flowing' Into prizes. Contact Mrs LaMee or home. The gifts were' presentedin :HOOK 'N LINE Stewart win take orders for'flowers Bakf S, l6 Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bennett and Leslie and 'family,
LaU Brooklyn 1 members of the SS. Anne's Auxili- The MYF members of see son
an old fashioned cradle. White These were registered, at Rut- and list those wishing to place the daughters were Sunday dinner
Whep the dam was opened ary for reservations.: The parties Church will sell pi Sand Mrs. G. W. Durham Danny and
camelias were used in the table ledge's Pish Camp-J. L. Chittyof flowers Methodist guests' of Mr. and Mrs.; Johnny
leading into Brooklyn on Saturday are for the benefit of the Shell Freddy Griffin Fred and Ray
at the Pure
Building cakes and '
decorations. Jacksonville 6% Itx baSS, 'Je3S h Maundy Thursday Service'"wtll Bennett and' family at the State
th. water, flog was so rapidthat Project of St. Anne's Ballew, of Jacksonville were SUn-
Episcopal Oil Stations on Saturday, begin?
DaD Shoot This SaturdayThe Lewis 8 Ib, bass; Mrs. Grayson 4 [be held in the Community Churchon Farm.
it was not possible to dig 'a Ct>urch. Keystone Heights Rotary lb, catfish Buddy Cox 9 small bass !April'31:30; m.This service Ding; at: 9t p\l:IQC t Trie: proceedsare _Mr__. _and__ _Mrs__ n.R h_: _Smith___ "and__ day dinner guests of Miss Elizabeth
channel into the lake as had been Catholic Women To "ham shoot" Baldree- 19 lb. catfish.- to be used to send MYF members of Heights visit- Terry and Ralph Futch.Mr. : .
Club will, sponsor: a Dyal, in commemorates the 'Last Supper family Keystone
proposed. However the water s' Hold Dessert Bridge this Saturday March 29. at Pangborn's. Oklawaha River: C. L.: Sipe and and-the Sacrament of' the Lord's to camp -at Leesburg this ed !.Ir;: and Mrs. R. L. Bradley and Mrs B. D. Singleton

now flowing into the lake, a welCop1C The Keystone Heights Woman's The proceeds will go to John Karges 13 "specs'* in' Gem Supper'"will be observed. 'sumeier. and family on Sunday. of Lowell Mass. attended service'

piece' 'of news to everyone, in i Club will be the setting for a the summer swimming) program; eva;; Ed Conneen ,8 lb.:7 oz. bass The final Sunday Evening Sing i. Jim Godwin' of MaxviBe was J.: B: Kirkland and family of at the First Baptist Church on

this area benefit bridge party (to be given sponsored by the Rotarians each I [look out for your title,. Mrs. which will be, held 'on Sunday the, Sunday dinner guest of his Starke spent Friday evening with Sunday;

April Fleet City Tax Deadline by' the' Altar SOciety St. Wil year. Get tickets from the Rotarians Sweets!] evening March' 30 will be folloWed son-in-law and daughter; Mr.and< his brother Arvis and family. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Raulersonof

City taxes not paid prior to liam's Catholic Church on April and take home your Easter C. E. Mitchell and Red Neate by, an informal 'sociai' hour' Mrs. Harold Eunice., Rev and Mrs. J. Norman' andson' Kissimmee visited Mrs. L. P.

April 1st will carry"a 5 per cent 10 at 1 p. m. Chairmen for the ham! reported to Walker's Sport Centera honoring Rev, and Mrs. Ralpn Miss' Elizabeth Tatum of the of Evergreen, and Mrs. Daisy Rafuse and daughter from Monday
penalty. There area number of event Mrs. Everett Fox and Announced For University; of Florida spent the visited Saturday-
are Committees catch of 15 speckled perch- Felix; winter visitors at' the Gen Sutton cf Jacksonville through
taxpayers on this' delinquent list Mrs. Herbert Nelson.,{'Please call Clay CentennialThe "largest we'veseen 'this 'seas n", eva Beach''Apartments.1 Felix weekend with her parents; .Mr Mrs. Senie Prevatt on Sunday. I Those on the sick list this

who will want to'avoid. this penalty and make reservations. following have been named they say. has been th*' ''pianist for these I and Mrs. T. W. Tatum .I Mr. and Mrs; D. G. Wilkerson week are Mrs. Jack Estes, James.

':. Traffic Accident committeemen for the coming The big'ones are biting'now! Sunday Evening Sings during the : Lee Taylor: of Jacksonville visited and Miss Gloria Anderson had Phillips and L. P. Rafuse. -

Chance In Date For Mr. and Mrs. William F. Pen- Clay County Centennial Celebration Baton Twirling Classes To Begin winter. Rev. MrJ: Felix 'has been his brother-in-law and sister, as guests during'the weekend Mr.I Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Starting

Benefit Bridge zhn,'were crossing the highway at : Publicity; Clint Denny John Mrs. Mary Martin, with' teach- supplying' the Candler Presbyter Mr. and Mrs. Barry Wilkerso and Mrs. H. R. Barratt and family and"family, and the H. T. Marthams -

La4; week announcement\ was the traffic light at the intersection Ruffini;J. P. Donnelly, E. C. Fier- ing experience in'New York State ian Church and._they have 'rer during, the weekend. *of the'State Farm. Mrs. Libby .I of Gainesville met the Doyle
made of the date for a benefit N. W., Harden- Mrs. Nellie Wilkerson's Sunday tWilkerson, and family, Mrs. B: B..
of highways 21 and 100 stone; Parade: and Florida, also exhibition work, turned' Keystone eachSunday I Starling family of'Miami at Lake
dessert bridge party to be held at Keystone Heights on Tuesday bergh R. P. Bryan, Richard Hack- and a majorette at the University:; evening for these group' "sings". guests were Mr. and, Mrs. Virgil i Norris and daughter Mrs. V. D. Ofc'eechobee and enjoyed'. wee-.

ou April 10 at the home of Mrs. March 18, at 1 'p. m., when their man; Beautification,. Frank Wal- of Florida tin twirling,. will The Felixs will return* to" their Griffis and son 1 of Jacksonville, Dickerson and family and Mrs. of fishing. ':'
L. F. LaMee. Due;to a conflict in car was struck by an oncomingout rath, Jr. J. P.:Mulling, Huntley open classes for beginning; Intermediate summer home in -Syracuse, Indi- and Mr. and Mrs. Manus Griffis Yates cf Jacksonville.Miss .
dates" this has been postponeduntil Souvenirs, R. N. Sun- and family of Palatka. Luke of Starke had
of state car. Considerable Redfern: and advanced: groups on ana after Annl 1. Margie .
the following: week. April damage was done to the Penzlin derland, H. O. Hall, George Saturday. April 12, at: the 'Key ,St.. William's Catholic Church MrS. Joyce FlItch cameo Air. Sunday' dinner with Mr. and Mrs. I
17,. There wiU'be two parties, one. ,I Everett Pox, Herbert be in and Mrs. Bryant Reddish Tal- Sinclair'Griff and family. ,
'" car but fortunately no one was Schaeffer, stone Heights school This'will Wednesday. April 2, the last is '1 AYS '
at'l p.' m. and one at 8 p. m. injured. Nelson Ed Conneen; Old Timer's an organizational meeting and the "Stations br''the Cross" will lahassee to spend the weekend "J.liand Mrs., Cecil Olsen of / .

There will be door and table William Beam Charles Mc- All those with their son-in-law-and daughter Jacksonville-pent Tuesday after-, : .
Party, will be held at 10 a. DL' be held" at st; Williams Church HER .
Open House Held By. The Malts Glave and R. D. Cunningham; interested! are:: invited to some:: at 7:30: p. m. Sunday'Mass. is'at Mr. and Mrs. Jack Eons and noon with' the Lee Green family. A&tI //7
Louis Muir
Mr. and Mrs. recent Miss Mary
KEYSTONEJEWELERS Soft Ball,Game Ed Conneen and CHURCH-NEWS 8:15'am.: family. Mrs. Futch and On' Sunday the Greens visited
to Keystone Anc4 J
new-comers Bill Belote; Keystone Heights St. Anne's EDistopal' [:A; E., Parker Accident Victim Julia Futch visited the George Prescott. brother of Mrs. i
held House" at
Heights, "Open Day, Frank Walrath Jr., Arlie Young people-of' St: Anne's Mr.. A. E. Parker, father of Dick Futch family'at Quincy and-were Green, at Veterans Hospital' in I
their, new: home here on f mday Mr. and
Expert'Watch.Kepalrin: is Farrell, Bob Fiertz; School Prizes, Church will attend' Rally at' the P rker''of "Keystone HeightS',suffered Sunday dinner guests qf 'Lake City.
March 23. Mr. Muir
afternoon, Tallahassee.Mrs.
Line Frank Harris, Bob Randolph H. Holy Trinity Episcopal Church in 'a broken hip when hissleeve Mrs. J. P. Wyrick in Rev. S. T. Worth of JacksonVille
Quality Jewelry '
a member of the DuPont person- L. Morgan. Gene Williams Neil Gainesville 'On' Saturday, March caught irf the handler of Louis H. Hill of Starke was! filled the,pulpit at Woodlawn
-Walter M.\ Muhlhofer\ nel. Miss Margaret Muir assisted of- Miss; Enz:,
I her entertaining the Avery; Akridge; Beard Contest 29; leaving Keystone Heights at\ the'car door 'as he was getting oiitof the weekend, guest Baptist Church on Sundarin the
| parents in
Ed Bennett, Corbett Terrell; Gen- 9' a:'and-returning about 5:30m. : : the car io,go .into' tr!! drugstore Blanchard. Wt absence of their pastor, L. P. Ra- :

eral Chairman; Wally Muhlhofer. lt; '. on Thursday. He "is"' in ''thp! We< regret to report that C. ,.

S.. -E.. I Events are scheduled as, follows A Good'''-Priday Service'will' be Bradford ,County libspit'a1. I Thomas entered Bradford County FOR DEPENDABLE I : ...;; !
;. MW-REALTOR : April 1-5. beginning of celebration held at St. Anne's Church on! Keynotes "" Hospital last Friday. ,

.. Centennial Rules enforced,' April '4 at'8:30-p. ra; 'The; Rev;I H-' 'Eula Walker has returned Mr. and Mrs. Billy Torode and

Senior_ Member Society of Residential Appraisers on Sat 5. April 12-Old Timer's Alan Batt-will have charge of this hdme"from a _visit with friend son of Gainesville spent Saturday Mri Termite.' Control Profit-Sharing
voting and 'I her parents, Mr. and
Party; April 14-19 service. -- and relatives'1 in Georgia. 1 with
2 BK home In town, near 3 BR, IVJ bath CB home, .
corner 23 -: SoftBall Fred Moore.
Beauty Contest; April With,' the coming of-the-spring : Mr. and Mrs. George Colgih Broxton '. lInoIehoido)
!sfhopV stucco: garage with lot spacious grounds, lake- I Department Gasque was in ,
Gamer Rotary vs Fire weather there is a renewed in visited''IMf. Colgfn's sister antifamily L. C:
storage well Iqcatetf, attractive view blks. from school. Only for- a visit with Pest Ooatrol
: ; April 26 Square terest'in the* Nearly New Shop in-; Miami; returning' 'oh Ga. this weekend
at only $8,000. Good terms. 13500. Terms. Dance at the Beach; May, 3-PTA operated by'the Auxiliary of St, Monday,after a:stay, of two week*. his, brother-in-law and sister;.Mr. Grove.Spraymj

activity; May 10 Keystone Anne's.,Quantities of-new article -Mi. and Mrs. Fred'' EUis visited and Mrs Leon, Fletcher.;
CB, e campsite on Swan 'Lake. Lake lots! from $850. Good fishing final Beard contest sale. Mrs. Georgia'Ann Sapp's grand '
Heights Day, have:'come into the/shop for relatives in Jacksonville last'w e CUD FR. 8-6035
A ;out( bay for: "Do' it your bathing, boating, sandy and Poster Contest; May 17- You are cordially,invited to*,comein Roger Phelps M2, USAF,;;one a son Bill Burney of Jacksonville'

self." at 2900. Terms. beach Terms Parade in Green Cove Springs. and "browse".The shop is open three day leave from Elfin" Air visited her, on Friday. Her Saturday-son, Florida Pest Control

Spring. Brings Visitors To. on Friday and Saturday mornings, Force Base visited his' parents Everett called on,'her on
Branch, State Park Mr. and Mrs. Othma Norman '&Chemical Co. COMING SOON
Goldhead: CommunityChurchThe here, Mr nd'MrS.;George: P ePl. ksoavill!
Mr. Gillen of- the Goldhead Annual 'Luncheon for -the ''MI''and Mrs'. B. R. Weld had as ana family were in J ec 24 'N.. W. 16th,Ave

For Your Convenience Branch: State Park reports that Women'"ofthe Community theirgue'st3' thiS'p ..St"week"theirson this,weekend'for a,visit with,Mrs.! l. flalnesvDle, ,.Florid II ''nf STMKErMary ( J: I

week before last there were 850 ChurclKwill'be held'at the'Park and daughter-in-lawi; Mi' and' Betty Johns. .and

Come As You Are Bank, From Your Car visitors registered, at the Park of-the-Palms on- Tuesday; -AprU Mrs. 'William' Weld of Mirmeapolis .I Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Ray Sunday
and that this week end it was expected l lat 1 p. m. A special, luncheon I ,' and'their1 daughter, .Mrf<. son of Jacksonville Padgett

r DRIVE-IN BANKING HOURS that the number'of visitors menu is being planned accordingto John Cellar of Key- West: afternoonwith vernie Carter Says:

would run beyond 900. With Gordon' Purdyr.Director of the Mrs. William Few-'is" a: patient and daughters. '
MON.-THUR.\ 9 ,AM -,4 PM .- FRI. 81 AM 6 PM facilities and ; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Pearce .
the additional new Park-of-the-Palms and an expected in"th'e Riverside Hospital in Jacksonville <;- Mr. and i 1 .' PAINT NOW FOR HALF PRICE
personnel ready to help visitors 'sixty-women will attend; 'where She'will 'shbrtljr had as weekend guests family

(EYSTONE STATE BANK to the Park have a good time the :The speaker-for'this occasion will undergo j :major"surgery': Her Mrs. Johnny Young and only gal.EVERY ;

Park is bound to be a popular !be Mrs. A. E. Rather,'wife of the mother, Mrs.1 Glenn_ Morris 'of of Athens Ga. and 4-98 per FREE

Keystone' Heights, Fla. place,in the, next.few weeks. Rev. A.I E. Rather or the"Church Rosswell Ga. is caring for the I Mrs. R. H. Futch and Mr.family up GAL.

Bryan University Singers 'of God. 'Mrs. Rather is also an Mrs: Few is in the Mrs. Obed Pauley andI
\ children while-
Member F.D.I.C.
.. ,t. }t'., .,_ At Park-of-the-Pilms ordained minister this denomination hospital. I !spent Sunday afternoon with.Rev MARY CARTER PAINT STORE

Friendly Bank in a Friendly Community A full hour's program of sacred and has served congregations J. O. !Hansen returned to Iowa and Mrs. J,, E, 'Lingerfelt' at Mid+ W. 8tK Ave. Gainesville FR 6-7588

music, speech and poetry, parti-! in the West, Mrs. Rather 1 on Tuesday after an extended visit I dlebtrrg- 501' N.

I to, Keystone<- Heights. Ha was "i;!, Mrs and Mrs. Josie Starling I
Sunday -
guest At th*'Whitfr Feather Court.| and daughter__had, as,_._ ,
i Ml-:-and- ----Ml ts. Al Watson enjoY,. guests Mr.; ana Mrs. James fa
: and
of, Starke and Mr.
ed several days at St. Petersburg. Starling family
week.Mr. Mrs. Charles,Starling.and. '

1 and, Mrs.'Albert;, Bachmana of. Highland- Ernest' Teston SVPERG000.
Mr. and
RedfearnWESTERN were also' St. Petersburg- _.. visitors and. Lightsey Teston of Orlando'
: week. '
B. Teston_
visited "
S Mr. and Mrs. Trecije Huddleson
and. MrsBrad.
guests ofMr, :
ol,Hurst, 111) have been the gue t. > Norton and Mrs.: Sem4'! 't fs Wholesome, nutritious refreshmeei'anytime ;:
and tbat'a
Mr. MrsMannering treat
br Mannerings. "Mrs. Flossie' Barry you want a
; a4 Mr. and Mn. .Eunice and Mrs. Betti,Franks of Gain} GO.D good to eat. Enjoy'if often.Super -
Huddleson e joyed' visit to DaY; ;
esville. s ED' Sue is super good-it's
ton'a'Beach""on Saturday:
Locke returned, re:

AUTO KEYSTONE- PHONE frk) alit:Mr; H, S Newins were cently Mrs.,from Mary Los,Cruse, New MeX, .... i" .

-- HEIGHTS! 9391 Keystone Heights visitors on Sup- icy Shei. with,:Mr. and Mrs. J. i ,

I day; Among the friends they visited ( sarirvisitedlis.tie llati
h* 4 Eunice, and
I were Mrs. A. J. Holl, Mrs.Grayson muSunrdav.
t SAVE :449 : and' Miss Cleva Carson.. Dowell ia Gainesville j ;, ,
._ _.Mrs._ Ella-Bird. celebrated hsr92nd n_ --. ..
: YOURSELF George Roberts
Mr. and Mrs..
\ birthday.on..Sunday! with; a
: a r'' SOME.MONEYREFRIGERATORS i AND dinner at her home: Present were and son, of:Gainesville,were guests of piERitrt
evening .supper :
Eula Walker, Mrs. :
Mrs. '
I UP PaidirdrMr. Mr. ,and Mfs- G.: W. RpbertsTha we.. $r
Horsfall Lloyd Singley Ens.

Good B ; ; JJadetaan and Mrs. Bird.; J 'as Bennet Sunday Wilkinson ysitorp Mir, lanjiiT, end '/,1;' 5
had : :
f\d\ ; ; her Mrs.sister Al'Nelson'has MrsrJ: Or as Wright.her guest LMrs O..B. Wigging "and lainiiyQ 'r-' ..11cs&iJ'. ;

Jacfcanvule.., /, ; t
I Iit Mr. and.!4rs.J'. W. Hansen ehrJoyed1 : ( Mrs.'ROY Gnffis r ''and t kM '

6 . a: visit from their daughter -! Mr. and. Jacksonville on
and son-in-law, Mr. and Mr;. Gerald. wer.e. in Mr. and Popular Fl vors/ Coots,Clips Plats,Foaiify -Ga_
Sunday for a jbiJT! }t1t
Jacksonvillethis ;
of Mrt
Henry. Kromber$ and
Mrs- Marvin\ Thompson

h Hn' 'weekend. I;Benny? ,,Dlnklns':
HOTTEST the s. E. Kennedys
Visiting, family had l
k Raulerson
nr Johnson The-
Mrs. Lola
weekend were "
Mr and 1 Mrs
Sunday ;
Bakfr- of. ,Ocala. Mrs. asgpests on ''Mr mm
iPd.Q._1f.. Slnith.of Marietta. and :
r I Johnson is the sister and tyr. Lr-'E' of St ke.
and I tTDoc M o tiy !
E 4Ijft1RJij Baker. is, the.-,father- of Mrs. Ken.. Landon GriffiS of"Jackson ll:

i ned1. ... T Saturday with, his parents,
SPECIALin 41 n d Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Fierstone spent In Griffis. }
hadas-their guest-Mz:: .Eierstone's .Mr.a4.lWarVer7 Mrs Wwnght has'returned CITRUS
EtbeLWeyman: of bps. '
sister, Mrs. home of,her par-
Pa. While Mrs. to.the? '
Pittsburgh, here '
If & bits.Gtew 'Commodorehaving' COUNTY
TOWN Haineshome" Mgr .. ,
Weyuun, pprchased th9 tinted her .
; f i on'Lake Keystone; '. : r anddsterm-law. W. County Seat;
fir and,MT5.,B. F. Fellows of and Mrs. H. C.- Crews in Clear r- INVERNESS

Syiacuse&: 1ti 'L- %nd! Csytona
f HtJPOIIJ "" 12.3. Cu. Ft. Beach were! guests of.the. Loi sHerroan. water Mr. and-Mrs. Ernest Russell of -

i .. Kyles lust ,,-eek.. .. Saturday. nightfo7a"vislt
.. ,
t 49LB. FREEZER !4t.S.; .Schroeder and :: Jiith' the. Offle Pickfamilyr
Charles Muhlhofer
Mrs; visited
a r- J' Hwy
Mrs. daughter in Orlando ... __.!.:' "' 11 f",.....4. ,..P have
Schroeder's. _!: ana'1IU"y- "'
uu Mr.
; : -I
I last' week moved to an apartment on' PostStreet i;

i1 :, --Mrs. J. Russell- Young entertained in Jacksonville. Billy is ,

;RegL .329:9J: with a naming coffee on employed by, Duval" Engineering -4' -a 7
Thursday. Guests were wives pf Company f ;
', -
... I; ministers in Keystone Heights andincluded Mr.; and'Mfs. W. J. Green and r'. .::.. o'

: .L_ ; Mfa> 4 Jf)HoU, visitingat family had as guests during the I ., toj f.. ;
:y- the White Feather Court and weekend'Mr. and Mrs. J. T.; Whit The georapbe?: eerier e* norida k located Otns OoYSe

SALEPRICE I + F 1ie>guest* Mrg..Yoi'fy*?...Mr8..B. 'of'Tampa, and Mr.; and Mrs. Ken- t ...hich vu formed in lair ud w uiaed due. ia-the abiClda": .
of Jack tfeesIound| by early stAOett. The ttmravnt? 4,
; j # Weld Mrs. Marshall 'Gambfe, neth Green and family el wild Citrus. ,
ta kiCated1ll MM
Yankeetown is unique ia fee State ia Bat It
a IDS.',, Ofcorga-Parrar: Mrs. Ralph sonville. extendedto counties,. Curve wed nc! t Feli winter visitors from Syracuse Deepest' sympathy is beautify Homosassa River are formed 4 Saqtosuaa Spem

1 r Y"Ai Indiana, Mi?,J. R. Smith, Mr. Pred Lang and the Winton : ia Qtruf'.Couty.-Billed! as 'Nature's ttaM'R*:Bawl* IierR

9& Mrs Irwin McLean and, Mrs. A. Parr& : family; in the passing of one can see a panoramic underwater view fIl1lWl11a1t-watc

E. Rather. j their loved, one, Mrs. Daisy Lan .. 'fisH. which.;come. tn froa tu GvX. aiasSo wftk ltesBsifa' '
who is stationed >species,
: 'SI: E: McKay Is sti1'a patient m UojdWilkersoQ. spend-i
t "Island is
tile. Riverside. Hospital in Jacksonville' oa.fiuam citrus Is a progressive cow tr Ia C, asd ttitoaebatr ttss i
mother -
t His condition is some iag'a 20 day leave-with his the United States Brewers fouadattoii ands eaaatm/r,1N"
,I f Mrs. Elisha Wilkerson. and assure the sale of beer and ale codes pleasaat.ditioos. w4IIIr eats.
relatives. Bellevinlstrict' tow esforcemat' atatlta ttq beat
reCARD other
grade with their Interest-ot the people of riartda. to* Toundafioacoeperatioa Heave! lootI
The Ninth with:tfaa Anted Forcers '." enfgoee 1""f .....
t 0& 'IlLLus... eachqrsj H] :B.Iograiq: and governing official* to M raelf-oe6riatLio!'. peggea
I C. Smithy,and Mrs G. W Robert

': ,Ivsottldliktto.extend my heartfelt attended,the Sciepce fair at, the ,

NO TRADE NEEDED > t ; thanks to my neighbors and ,Unlveraty of Flprida on FridayifrLand .\\'i Sr.. ..._
and : .p.---.". r. B.
; Mrsy JTick,.Pope -:' blIf9I
fHend. for,the Idudnt s W54 sympathy +
: .... Jacksonville { Fotltrd+t on, :
of here
1 .
recent _Q .....-..;..
shown during the
I $ Mattie
J $2Q -- CJ weekend' guests .' "'*' ;:: ......fr _'
ilha&surd' de4lih ofi my. beloved I Carter and family. I e i fOU" Or Jkr.
-. husband. Mrs.,E. H. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Smith of




...:--r-_ _.,, I m: ..W".I:;) tOI'VM 1 n rtmu" ,. :-.i In'..;t'" 1IiCR; 1, MARCH 27, 1458I :

; First Christian Church YYYYYYYY TYYYYYYYYTYTYYYYYTTYTYYYTYYYYYYYY..TYYY dent. Deacon H. Brooks, secretary, :ciation and understanding of Mrs. L. M. Royal, incumbent pre-
NEWS, OF INTEREST TO COLORED Deacon Joe Lewis, treasurer. Dea- !'moral and spiritual values in American sident will be the official delegatefor
con J. C. Carleswell finance officer democracy, and in more Post 314. Hats off to Chaplain
Morning worship, .11 a.m.
Rev. J.. E. Sherwood pastor CITIZENS, OF BRADFORD, COUNTY and Deacon Saul Hankerson :effectively presenting contri- Sophia Royal and Chairman of
I CHURCH NEWS Sunday School 10 a.m. By Ozora J. Shell Antioch. and Calvary of Starke; butions of religion'to our American Rehabilitation. Mrs. Mary Lee
Youth Churcn 7 p.m. I AAA AiAiiA.&AAA A A LAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Music department Mrs. Irene Williams Way of Life. The course'will Frazier for volunteering to mak3
Wednesday Prayer Meeting ------ and Bro. Lawrence Bryant. begin according to Rev. Franklin the comfort articles that will be
7:30: p.m. Boy Scouts meet at Allen Chapel A. M. E. The participating churches are: with the basic interpretation of .sent to the hospitals. A real ser-
U Adult Choir practice, 6:45: pjn. If you are a member of troop Church Sunday at 1 p. m. for avery Ebenezer, New Bethel, New Hope, the ten Commandments in th: vice "For God and Country." Mrs.
Wednesday. 71 Starke you are looking forwardto I important meeting. Super- Ebenezer Trenton: Mt. Zion Sec- Old Testament. Join this class Corean McNeil, reporter.
'-At The Tabernacle I 11:30.: There is a nursery pro- Ladies Council; 1st and 3rd : going to camp .hiking,.having visor' A. R. Randolph indicates ond Baptist, Raiford; Pleasant that meets each Wednesday, 7:30:
vided during the morning wOrshipfor Tuesday nights. the thrill 'of marching in a parade that this meeting is very important Grove Keystone Heights. The at R. J. E.American .
There were noticeable additionsto parents with small children. Everybody welcome to each the training and skills .in for making preparations for closing sermon at 7:30: p. m. Sun Legion MeetingThe
each class in Bible School last All are welcome to the activitiesand service. citizenship and doing all kinds of the Grand Lodge. So many members day will be preached by Rev. Constitutional Conferenceof itSharingCOMING
Sunday morning at the Gospel services of the First Methodist I things with your buddies. All of were absent at the last regular -' George Lee. pastor of Antioch the Fourth Division of the A-
:Tabernacle. The Flannelgraph Church.. CATHOLIC CHURCH these things cost money. We hope meeting business could not be and Calvary churches. Committee merican Legion posts and auxiliaries
stories by Mrs. Hipple are bring SOMEBODY will help to provide completed. Please come on time so report by Deacon A. O. Jenkins will be held at Brooker T.
ing fine messages for the children Presbyterian Church St. Edward's, Starke: Sunday that money because some of the, that we may attend other servicesin and ethers. Washington High school in Dun-
:and are greatly enjoyed. Mass 10:00: a.m. Holyday Masses, members' of this troop cannot go the community. Alfred Griffin. Allen Chapel nellon. Sunday March 30. The
Appropriate Easter music is being Friday-Adult Choir,practice. 6:30: and 8:30: ajn., ,Sign of the to camp without some help. Last secretary Rev. A. R. Randolph, Allen Chapel A. M. E. Church meeting is scheduled to begin at
= practiced by the young people. 7:30 pm. Cub Scout Pack 70 Cross Friday, 8 p.m. Catechism year the late Mr. Knight gave a supervisor. Rev. L. A. Sampson, pastor will 9 a. m. with Division Comander r
M meeting. 7:30: pin. Class for children every Satur- scholarship to camp, the Ameri- Easter Seals observe Missionary Day on Sun- Stafford Sapp Jr. and Division
:Methodist Church Sunday-Church School for all day, 9:30: a. m. can Legion Auxiliary sent a boy Help cripple children by purchasing day starting with Sunday Schoolat President Pauline Marshall in

ages. 9:45: am. Morning Worship St. William's., Keystone- Bethel Baptist- Church_n____ and some Easter____ ___ Seals____. The____ nur- 10 a. m. Suet. Irene Thomas charge.. All members of_. Post 111,
Sunday-9:45: am., Church "Faith and Doubt" 11 ajn. Heights (follow Hiway 21 south of the committeemen of ,the A- chase of Easter Seals gives you in charge. Morning Worship led and Auxiliary are asked to attend
'SChool for all ages. 11 ajn., Youth Fellowships 6 p.m. Eve- to.( St. William sign Sunday Mass merican Legion Post 314. Who will I an opportunity to share in doing by the pastor. A Pre-Easter Tea this meeting. Local auxiliary officers -
Morning Worship.. 6:15: pm. ning Worship. "Persecution and 8:15 am. Holyday Mass, 7:30 help to train our new leaders for I something worthwhile for these will be the feature of the after- will be installed and the, SOONIN
Dine-A-Mite for Intermediate and Conversion." 7:30: p.m. a.m. Confessions before all Masses. tomorrow? Scout Master B. T. handicapped boys and girls. Your noon starting at 3 p. m. The guest election of officers for the Fourth,.
Senior MYF. 6:45: pm., Worshipand Monday 'through Friday, 12 Marshall and his committee has purchase of Easter Seals will provide speaker will be Mrs. Gloria Mc- Division will be held. Plans will
business meetings for MYF. noon pre-Easter .Worship Ser- already purchased $27.85 worth of more children with needed fadden, daughter of Mr. and be made at this meeting for the STARKE!
7:30: pjn. Evening Worship. vices, First Methodist Church. HEILBRONN MISSIONARY baseball equipment,, for ,the com- camp experience.. The Bradford 'tfrs. H. Chandler. Mrs. McFaddenis Eleventh District meeting that
Wednesday-3:30: pjn. Chil- Wednesday-Group Bible Study, BAPTIST CHURCH ing season. This is just one drop County representatives for the highly qualified; to bring an inspirational I will be held hi Lakeland in April.j jI
dren's Hour. 7:30: pjn. Prayer 7:30: pjn. Sunday School; 10 a. m. Morning in the bucket of baseball needs for North Florida Society for Cripple message to youth. She _
Meeting and Bible Study. Worship, 11 a. m. Evening the team this term. They need Children are Mesdames A. H. i 13 a graduate of Florida A & M
Thursday 7:30: Chancel Worship, 7:30: p. m. Training suits and many other things. Lets Johns. Lex Green and Bess Burns. and taught at RJE for a few
p. m. St. Mark's Episcopal
Choir rehearsal.The Union (Sundays) 6:30 p. m. Mid- 1 support this program and cut I II You are invited to send the name months since her graduation. She I I TOWN FINANCE COMPANY
morning service is broad- Rev. Raymuul 4:. MacBUta Week Prayer Meeting, Wednes- I down on juvenile delinquency.Charles and address of a cripple child has two sons, Reginald and Har-
cast over WRGR beginning at Sunday Services-9:45: a.m. day 7:30 pm. Covington reporter. whom you think could benefit rington II. The general public is I. _
Church School; 11:00: a.m., Morn- Heroines Masons Stars from such a camping experience. invited to attend this program I I 114 West Call St. Phone 544
Season ExtendedTo ing Prayer and Sermon. EVERGREEN On.Palm. Sunday the Eastern Send the name to Mrs. A. H. which promises to be a treat.'
Holy CommunIon-First Sun- BAPTIST CHURCH Stars of Dell Chapter 168 Morning Johns treasurer Bradford Coun- Special music will be furnished by '
Spread our Sunshine day, 11:00 a.m.; Third Sunday, Sunday School 10 a. m. Preaching Star Lodge of Masons 26 and ty Society for Crippled Children. the children's choir under the direction Now Making
Thru April 20th 7:30 ajn. 11 a. m. Training Union 6:30: Ruth Court 18 of the Heroines of 117 S. Thompson St. Starke Fla of Sister N. L. Pullum. LOANS TO ALL PERSONS
Wednesday-7:00: p.m., Choir p. m. Preaching 7:31: ? p. m. Prayer : Jericho will make their traditional Club AnniversaryThe Rehearsal for Easter is being
/i Bible Study. will take their Palms just as the observe their 8th anniversary on urged to send their children so
Passion Other meetings and services by GRAHAM crowd did when Jesus made his Mother's Day at RJE school cafe- that we will have a very fine program LOANS FOR ALL NEEDS .
announcement. BAPTIST CHURCH triumphant entry Into Jerusalem torium. According to Mrs. Pauline on the first Sunday in April
Sunday school 10 a. m. MornIng 1,958 years ago. Most Ancient Matron i Marshall, who is chairman of the which is Easter and CommunionDay. $25.00 TO $600.00

FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH Worship, 11 L m. Training Sophia Royal Worthy Matron program committee the regular .
LawteyA. Union. 6:30: p. m. Evening Worship Janie S. Mitchell and Worthy time is the 4th Sunday in April All contestants have not made LOANS OF ALL TYPES
E. Massey Pastor 7:30 p. OL.-; Rev. W. O Patron Damon Dell asks all mem- but the date has been changeddue final reports for the baby contest
Personal Furniture Auto Real Estate
Bible school, 10 a. m. Collins, Sr., pastor. bers to meet at the Masonic Hall to other community activities. that closed Sunday. Please do !so ,
11 on Brownlee St. at 1:30: p. m. Sun- Mrs. Leola was hostess at the last in order that we may close this
Preaching, a. m.
Evening Service, 7:30 p. m. LAWTEY CHURCH OF CHRIST day March 30. The program will meeting and was gracious with chapter of our church activities. LOANS FOR ALL GOOD PURPOSES
begin at 3 Message will be her service and hospitality. The Those reporting were good.
presently meeting in City Hall) p. m. very
and MeetIng Consolidate Bills Reduce Payments Medical
Bible Study Prayer Sunday=Bible study, 10 a.- m., delivered by Rev. George W Lee, food was enjoyed by all members The president Sis. E. J. Givens Taxes,
Cast 0Largest f 200 on the World's 7:30 p m., Wednesday.Radio worship, 11 a. m.EveningYoung. pastor of Antioch and Calvary I present. Plans for the fourth Sun- wishes to thank all persons con- Refinancing:, Emergencies, Etc.
Outdoor Stage program 8 to 8:30: a. people's Bible Baptist Churches. Waldo member' day visit'by the club will be com- tributing to the contest which led

Lake Wales Amphitheatre 31. each Sunday over station study.. 7: Tsreachlnff.. 7:30. are also invited to participate. LM. pleted at the next meeting. Mrs to success. Your very splendid co- LOANS TO SUIT BUDGETS.
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NOW WRGR. Starke. Wednesday; Bible study, 7:30p. Riley, reporter Corean McNeil president Mrs. R. operation will be long remembered. -
Small To 24 Months
m. Call Meeting I B. Cohen reporter. E. J. Givens, reporter. Monthly Payments Up
Every Sunday at 6 P.M. CHURCH OF CHRIST Radio ProgramStation i There will be a special meeting. School Bond Eelection Adult Education T

Every Tues. Thurs.,'Sat. C. L. Overturf Jr. Minister WRGR, Monday 6:39 a, m. of Dell Chapter 168 of the Eastern All property owners _are askedto .Classes are still meeting at RJE LOANS ARE OUR BUSINESSWe're
7:30 P.M. Sunday Sunday School, 10 Star tonight at 7 p. m. at the Ma- plan now to go to the polls on on Monday Tuesday, Wednesday,
For Information Write a. m., morning service, 11 a. m., BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH sonic HaII.:A11 members are urgedto Saturday April 19 and vote in thp Thursday and Friday. The Wed- Here To Serve You Regardless of Who You Owe

P. 0. Box 71, Lake Wales evening service, 6:30: p. m. Sunday School, It a. m.; morning be present, rain or shine. Final school bond election. Please remember nesday class will be taught by
Phone 2-0511 Wednesday Bible study, 7:30p. worship, 11 a. m.; training! plans must be'made for the grand "Better Schools Make Rev. John Peter Franklin who See Us For Prompt Efficient and Courteous Service For
m. union 7 p. m.; evening worship lodge, plans for several turnoutsand Better Communities." has been recently certified by the All Your Money Needs -
8 p. m. the laying of a cornerstone. Church News State Department of Education to
Wednesday-Hour of Prayer. We are expected to participate in The East Division Ministers and,' teach Bible. This is in connection
8p., m. these events 100 per cent. Worthy Deacons Union, Auxiliary to the with a recent study made by the TOWN FINANCE COMPANYAT
FIRST BAPTIST Church Starke Matron Janie S. Mitchell is ask- Mt. Sinai Association. Rev. G. G. State Department on moral and I
CHURCH UP GOD ing the complete support of all McArthur moderator will convene spiritual foundations )in American STARKE

Rev. Lewis D. Haines, Pastor Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning members, fail her not. Sister Ra- with Pleasant Grove Baptist democracy. It is not a program to
Worship. 11 a. .m. Sunday nell English, reporter. Church. Keystone Heights, March inaugurate sectarian religious instruction (Across Sreet From Olen's Dept. Store)
Jefferson and Court Streets In the Heart of Town Evening Service. 7:45 m. YPF Levltes Called 27 to 30. The officers are as fol- but a program to assist
p. 144 W. Call St. Phone 544
Phones: Office 234 Pastorium 130 Service Wednesday, 7:43: p. m All members of the Sons and lows: Rev. L. W. Mosley, presi- Sunday school teachers, supts.
Prayer Meeting Friday, 7:45: p. m Daughters of Levi are asked' to dent, Rev. Otis'mold, vice-presl and scholars in developing appre-

SUNDAY SERMONS 11:00 A.M\ 7:30 P.M. LAWTrv ____ n._.______
Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning '
Sunday School-9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:30 P.M. Worship 11 a. m. YPE ServIce .
j Community State Bank JOHN A. TORODE Jerome Johns Oil Co.
Saturday, 7:30 p. m.
Midweek Service Wednesday 7:30 P.M. 4 Of Starke


AT THE FRIENDLY CHURCHMadison Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn- In Courts of Business, Courtesy Counts 68 I
ing Worship, .11 a. m. Training
Union 6:30: p. m. Evening Wor- COMPLIMENTS KEROSENE FUEL OIL

_..,_._ r'. ...J.,. ..... 11 ...,.._ .,. ship, 7:30 p. m. .Prayer Meeting L. B (Red) Alvarez I
Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Everyone .
t i welcome E. C. Harvey, pastor
Street i

( Meeting Washington and Grand Sta) CHURCH Congratulations I On Your Fine Showing
Christian Endeavor,FrIday 7.20 ,
.Visitor, Neighbor, Friend Let This Be,A Cordial Invitation p. m. Bible Study, Wednesday Raymond Lang .

To Worship In Starke's Youngest Church 7:30: p. m. Sunday Morning Wor PONTIAC FLORIDA MOBILE HOMES COMPLIMENTS

ship, 11 a. m. Evening Worship,
Sunday School 9:45 A.M. 7:30 p. m. Bible School 10 L m. STARKE, FLA.

Morning :Worship ___ _I:00 A.M. Koch's Drug Store

Evening Worship ____________- 7:30 P.M. SEVENTH DAY Goodman's Sinclair
ADVENTIST CHURCH We wish to express our deep appreciation to the
Training Union 6:15 P.M. Services each Sabbath In the

Nursery Open for All Services i home of S. N. Brown across from Service Businesses represented on this page who Local Finance k V
Bethel Baptist Church east of
U. S. 301 SOUTH
Starke. Sabbath School 2 p. m. have helped I to make possible our trip to the OF STARKEShepherd's
T. Nolin, Supt. S.S. R. 0. Dansby, Dir. T.U. I, Bible Study each Wednesday,

Rev. J. H. Mabry\ Jr., Pastor I, 7:30 p. m.-Ardra Mote pastor. COl\IPUMENTS. Southern Meet in Houston, Texas.


M. Oshorne Pastor
Bring Your Bible and Hear This Message by Pastor Sunday School 10 a m. Morn STARKE, FLA.

.. Marvin\ Faile in the Evening Hour 7:30 P.M. ing Worship 11 a. m. Evangelistic BRADFORD HIGH SCHOOL;
Service, 7:45: p. m. Thursday COMPLIMENTS OF MAYOR
weekly prayer service. Invitation Crawford Brothers
"What If Peter Had Killed The Roosler?" extended to everyone. -


.., I AIR PARK BAPTIST CHURCH Imperial Florida Oil Co. Florida Realty Co. GULF PRODUCTS
Sunday School: a. m.; Morn
First Church .
Baptist Hampton ing Worship 11.a. m. Training FREE

Sun. School 10 A.M. B.T.U. 6:30 PJl\. ,'7:30: p. m. Midweek Prayer Starke Telephone .Co. MARCH 29, 1958Warren's
Service Wednesday 7:30: p. m. '

"Hampton Happy Hour" Wed., 7:30 P3L I \ Everyone welcome. )PHONE 9001 WASHETERIAElrod

Denmark Furniture Co.
Morning Service 11 A.M. j |t' NEW RTVEB '
Shell Service
: "Holding Forth the Word of Life" f V1I t I t\ Sunday School. 10 a. m. Worship Furniture Co.
Hour, 11 a.m. Evening Serf-: AND LAUNDRY COMPLETE HOME OUTFITTERSMitchell's
Marvin E. Faile, Pastor e, 7 p. m. Prayer Meeting eact STARKE, FLORIDA OF STARKE x
Wednesday, 7:30: p.m., -
Lawson's Meat

The perfect tribute to / 1 Services each Sunday In oU PHONE 64 Atlantic Service Station!
Masonic Hall on E..Call st. Sun 216 E. WASH. ST. Ph. 368 '
day School lp) a. m. Sacrament

Every funeral that we con t Service 1:30 p. m. Everyone wel CONGRATULATIONSDrawTite
duct is a source of sustaining ; '
) COMPLIMENTS OF Brownlee & Chasteen E. Johns
solace and ) Charley Agency
spiritual inspiration .( 'I KLNGStET LAKE! .
c Trailer HitchHardy
Sunday Seitoo10:45 s... Morning '
Hundreds of details are managed and economically WersbV 11 -nt Evening '

attended to that only a trained and careful Service 7:30 pjn. Prayer Meeting,: Amoco Service
organization can perform when the urgent need each Wednesday 7:30 pjn. Everyone WISHES : Tuc 'I Auto Cafe
for welcome.-Rev. H. H. ttott, '" *
serving is af hand.DeWITT RESTAURANT 'DRIVE INN

C. JONES Garden Restaurant '. 381 SOUTH

PHONE 7 Sunday School 9:45 a. m. Jackson Bishop Canova \ Stallings Truck Stop
We furnish the highest type' service at lowest prices, and accept Morning Worship,- 11, a. m. and. CONGRATlJIATlmiJl. r*,
\ ANY life insurance policy in force, issued by ANY company, as 7:30: p. m. Prayer Meeting-each 4.M--
payment In part or infull: on funeral services. Consultation Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. -, Rev Starke Builders Supplies NEW AND USED CARS EXTENDS CONGRATULATIONS And Restaurant I

1 carries no obligation. George Cbism. pastor. Everybody