Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 3, 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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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
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Starke Merchants AnnounceCustomer

roit- aring'Plan

be made at 5 p. m: on April 19 in 'Telegraph will be headquartersfor
I 'Shoppor unity Days' Scheduled Here Bi-Monthly front of Barksdale's on Call distribution' of the profit-

Street. sharing' upons. Trade \ I, Share

,. The Shopportunity Days cash The cooperating merchants are
Pina.',plans for "ShopportunityDays. Three new members were addedto the merchants was gratifying business with ShoppcrtunityDays. launching the first ShopportunityDays IN
awards will be made twice each
." biggest cooperative merchandising the group Monday night making ,Merchants attending the'meet with a concerted program of
promotion ever stag- a total of 17 cooperating ing Monday night were givenSharetheProfits Inman Green chairman of the month on the Saturdays falling newspaper and radio advertising

ed in Starke were completed at stores and the number is expected coupons for distribution trades day plan said that stores nearest to the 1st and 15th of the featuring outstanding bargains tare Profits

an enthusiastic 'meeting in the, to reach 20 by this weekend. among' the customers will begin giving out coupons to month. Location of the profit- being offered in this pre-Easter

courthouse Monday night. Harry Elrod Jr., chairman of starting Friday, and window their customers this weekend. The sharing awards will be changedon weekend. //, '

Sponsored by the Starke Retail :the Merchants Division of the cards posters and other pro- first profit-sharing day will be Elrod said the entire campaignwas
each date and will be
Merchants Association.'a division Chamber of Commerce said that notional materials were distributed. held on Saturday, April 19, when. an- designed to impress upon the

01 the Chamber of Commerce the response: to the Trades Day plan Merchants were advised to three cash prizes totaling $50 will nounced. buying public that quality mer-

first cooperative Trades Day will had already exceeded his expectations display the material prominently be awarded to some fortunate Awarding of the cash prizes chandise can be purchased in

be held this weekend-Friday and and that the spirit of co- in i their windows and inside the customers cf the cooperatingstores. will be handled by Radio Station Starke just as economically anda

Saturday, April 4.5.Submerged. 'l'operation prevailing among theGirls store to identify their place of The first cash awards will WRGR and the Bradford County lot more conveniently than in

the nearby cities. .

"For once we merchants are

cooperating cne another instead," the of competingwith chairmansaid.

I BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPHOfficial "We are cooperating to help \

build Starke as a trade center LIST OF STORES COOPERATINGIN

rather than to promote any one SHARE-THE-PROFITS PLAN
individual business. We realize

that what is, good for our com-
County Publication Established In 1879 Winkler Electric Service Bottom Dollar
petitor down the street is also
Elrod Furniture Co. Store
Stump's Dept.
good for us.
,VOLUME SEVENTY-NINE STARKE, FLORIDA. THURSDAY, APRIL 3, 1958 NUMBER FORTY-ONE Although the profit-sharing awards J t J Building Supplies Williams .J \\' 11'fBulilngton's
-- ------ Studio Gift Robbins'
., .. ,. will be made twice a i& Shop
I month the cooperating merchantswill Denmark Furniture Co. Shepherd's Radio &; TV

.__ 1 distribute coupons continu- Gem Jewelry Alvarez Store
1- Three Raids Net
ously,,and customers are urged to Koch Drug; Store Eagle Store

.ask for them if the busy merchant Leila's Starke Credit Bureau
w .' ; should happen to forget. Barksdale's Bradford County Telegraph

y f : s _1' Sugar, Shine, Cars I Police To Begin Panel Legion DiscussionOn Sponsors FFA Steer Show

Three'automobiles, 3540 rounds of sugar,' 1525 gallonsand New ScheduleOf Bond Issue Brings Profit

of mash 65 five-gallon jugs : cans, of moonshine, and

other "still" equipment were among 'the items confiscated

Y Shine by federal, state, and county ,
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this area last week. ,

Poured The latest raid took place near!Beauty Reorganization of the
Biocker about 9:45: last Friday I members of the local Fu-

Into night when Sherman L Grills, a|I\ And The Berries Council department at their was approved regular meeting by City ture Farmers of America chapters

State prison parolee convicted on, made a total profit of 587.60 on
....-' ,,41,.<4ftI. Tuesday night. The, plan will go six steers sold
a manslaughter charge from Volu- '''' ., Tuesday at the an-
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Dump '"!' .. < into effect May 1 and will put the
sa: County, and Ford Manning of : 1: nual FFA Fat Steer Show and
'....'1'1.. department on three eight-hour A.. Sale at Jackson's
Starke were arrested at the scene. '"" Livestock Market -
shifts with each
man working
The # a p r1 in Gainesville. The boys also
surprise raid was made by > >
oi" 4C hour week. A three hour
Chorus Moves the Sheriff's department aided .-iil- per came home with additional prizes
Car Noegel week extension is included when
by Federal agent: R. E. Smith and Morgan Long and ribbons for, their showing at
Rated ExcellentAt ..t State agent C. J. Veal. necessary to meet special problems I the sale which climaxed a 123-
without extra cost to the city but A panel discussion of the
For The officers said a run had just time worked over the 51 hours pro- day steer fattening project.
Yields Bodies ResignationOf posed $450,000 school bond issue
'. Leaton Matthews topped the
District Meet been made on the; 80-gallon capacity will be paid for at the overtime I I
still that was ,"so hotjroucouldn't will be conducted at the Post 56 i,locals by commanding 47 cents a
The BHS Girls Chorus under,j touch it," but that the, American Legion meeting Tuesday I t pound for his entry purchased
S ,OfLoca1omen! ;' the direction of Walter'L.8tanley; -P olicem iA i- whiskey"-had already' been carried -! J' Each shift. 'wulbein' charge of right April 8, at 7:30 o'clock:; j I by Winn-Dixie. His profit was

lock part in the District Five vocal off. The sugar with an estimated an officer with a patrolman. It is Members of the panel will include -' $1'19.

contest and festival at Gaines- retail value of around $354 ,. planned that the chief will take H. P. Morgan county school I John Allen Shadd came in sec-

The bodies of three persons ville High School on March 29. motion by Councilman W. H. had apparently just been brought,, the 7, a. m. to 3 p. m. shift; assistant superintendent and Gene Long ond with 44 cents a pound for his

were pulled from a car submerged with a rating of excellent by the [Billy] Noegel Tuesday night to back and unloaded on the ground chief ,the 3 p. m. to 11 p. county tax assessor who will answer steer purchased by the Garden

lr: a canal near Punta Gorda judges. dismiss or ask for the resignation ready to "sweeten the pot" again I m.; and a sergeant the 11 p. m. questions. Others of the Restaurant. Shadd's profit was
Wednesday. The chorus entered in Class D, of Patrolman Carl Fillyaw from I| to 7 a. m. shift: This schedulewill will be A.
by the same men who had taken, group H. Bishop. Jr., $227. In addition to this he placed
The victims identified special classification for chorusei the police force was lost for wantcf I make an'officer responsiblefor county commisioner Seeber D. -
were as a the fresh whiskey away. second in the weight-gained contest
Jack Lynn. 36 of Jacksonville, entering the festival for the a second. Griff and Manning appeared Ii I all happenings on his shift. Goodman T. C. Hazen Jr., city which was paid fcr at the
that time. They two numbers Noegel asked for action on alleged I, The radio man will be on the late councilman and A.
sang J. Thomas Jr. for
employed by Stallings Truck Stop before County Judge T. A. Yawn rate of 10 cents per pound
11: Waldo: Beatrice Underhill "Glorious Is Thy Name" charges he- said were contained I| shift and the policewoman will be city attorney. all weight gained by steers above
Saturday morning
Weaver, 39 of Starke and her 9- and "March of the Tin Soldiers." in papers in his possession. entering a plea I H- on duty during school hours as Shadd's steer
cf not guilty and waiving prelimi-| The program will 1 be in chargeo one pound per day.
year-old daughter, Dianna Sue. The judges were A. A. Beecher, Noegel passed the papers around Their at present. The plan also calls Bill Costello. showed an averaged gain of 2.7
nary case was cer-
and they were read by councilmen I for a meter and relief
Harold man man.
Dr. Carl Woodbury and
Mrs. Weaver is the daughter of tilled to Circuit Court after' bond Next Tuesday is also the sche- pounds per day for the 123-day
Mr. and Mrs Oliver Underhill of Chapman. Typical of their comments record.but not made a part of. the was set at $1500 each. I I Salary schedules are: chief. duled time for the annual post period netting him an additional
were: "A fine effect well $75 per week; assistant chief. 2120.
Heilbronn Springs and lived
fine Noegel added that he can pro- The two cars taken at the still I $67.50 '' election and all members are
their home. Her daughter was a studied well done .a ; sergeant ,$65; patrolman, Tom England placed third
urged to attend.
site in about
to a pasture
duce witnesses prove alleged i i
start for fine chorus. $62.50; radio $60
a man ; police-
3rd grade student in Starke Ele among the locals with 36 cents a
mile from Brooker the
claims concerning a recent instance one on I j
entered in -,
Four soloists woman, $1 hour relief
were per ; man
nientary survived
School. She is I for his fat steer, purchasedby
Erooker to Road Bond pound
New River
when Fillyaw said he was were: Issue Polls
bj- her husband, Orrin Weaver the contest by the local group. 5 $60 per week, or $1.25 per hour. $25.40.
His profit
Setzer's. was
1956 Ford number F I|
sedan tag
"knocked out" by unknown assailants a Rookies
end Gene in Junior High Their names and ratings are: will start at $55 and be Must Be The Same
a son. ,
Mary Jane Bishop good; Mary near the office of Dr. T. 45-2097, registered in the name I increased at four-month intervals Tom Smith received 34 centsa
School here.Charlotte. cf Kenneth Johns. Starke and a As Usual pound from Winn-Dixie, with a
Batten excellent: Johanna Fowler G. Ritch. : until they reach $62.50 and will 1 Ervin Says
County officers said excellent; Barbara Jean Green Mayor Jackson remarked that 1950 Chevrolet pickup tag num-i become partolmen'at' the recommendation profit of $27 on his show steer,

the car hit the side railing of a excellent. one' of the statements made con- ber 45-GK672 issued in the name I( ffiF of the mayor and chief Attorney General Richard Ervin and another steer sold by him

bridge leading to Punt Gcrda Next year the chorus will jump cerning Fillyaw seemed to him of George Fink care'Noegel Bros.!) with the approval of the city has given an opinion that polls but which did not qualify for the
Beach and flipped upside down., physically improbable.City Starke. must be open in both Starke
to Class B competition which requires council: When a'rookie becomes a pre-
Death of the occupants resulted Attorney A. J. Thomas Jr. Wednes- cincts [North and South] for the show. He received 31 cents a
sight readmg experience, Sheriff Reddish,, said patrolman he goes on an indefinite I
[Continued on Page Six] I as well as concert WOI k. pointed out.that an officer must day that state agents were check- appointment until he resignsor School Bond Eelection on April pound for the non-show sale.

bf'given a trial If dismissed for ing to find out whose property is deemed,unfit for'duty.: 19. Billy Dampier was paid 32 centsa

Post 56 Has Awards Night cause.At an earlier meeting Nbegel the still was located on. but they I Pretty Betty Gaskins inspects It will be necessary to hire an- The School! Board had previously pound by Zedra Hamilton for
Legion. blooms in the strawberry field of other man. Applicants must meet announced that: as an economy the Florida Bank at starke His
had called Fillyaw's brother a"pimp" had not yet reported back to him. measure, the balloting would be
I her father J. B. ,Gaskins near physical moral and educational
'w. -* '" when the Council decided The 65 jug haul was made by Lawtey. standards set up and will be interviewed carried on for both Starke pre- [Continued on Page 51

to pay him $10 for making a pur- State and Federal agents early I, Though ordinarily, the Bradford by the mayor and chief cincts in the ,courthouse.
chafe and serving witness in
as a
A Friday morning after a vigil of, berry season should now be ,at|who will pass their findings on to Since receiving the Attorney Social Security

a liquor case. several hours.during which they i iV; peak due to unfavorable wea- the council. When a probationer General's opinion the Board an' Date Next Week

ther conditions of Florida's cold- becomes a. patrolman, he will 1 go nounced that the usual polling
rTi BHS Nine Loses watched a 1950 Chevrolet 3-4 ton est winter growers are just now en an indefinite appointment until places-the courthouse for North i!I A representative of the Gaines-

: panel truck hoping that the own I beginning to ."scrap" their fields. he resigns or is' found unfit Starke and Snow's Chevrolet Co.]| ville Social Security office will oe

Home GameTo er or operator would return to it.' Ira Wilson a South Starke for duty. for South Starke-will be 'set up, in'Starke in the courtroom of the

After the agents had reason to I glower, sold 26 pints of Florida, Councilmen T. C. Hazen Jr. and for the April 19 balloting. courthouse at 9:30: a. m. on Thursday -

y' GainesvilleBradford believe that their presence was' 90's at the market here Tuesday I Randal'Chitty drew up the plan April 10,,for the purpose of

discovered however, they gave up morning at JO ,cents a pint. after much investigation of systems Good Friday ServicesSet conducting social security busi
waiting and confiscated the truck
r used in other communities. ness.
County High School and its load of shine. They reported -. This Friday's picking is expected For 'St. Mark'sGood
They feel that the new system will 1 Persons who to make
to yield anywhere from 15 application -
lost to Gainesville high in Tues- the truck was parked in
k day'afternoon's baseball game the road near the Bud Slade to 50 'crates of fruit and heavy be more efficient, giving better Friday services will be; for social secunty retirement -

t E ?' here by a score of 70. home west of U. S. 301 near harvesting will begin next weekunless vide service to the city and also pro- held from 12 noon until 3 o'clock j I or survivors benefits secure
ra more rain interferes an incentive for capable this Friday social secunty account numbers,
I I Gainesville's pitcher Bud Bul- Hampton Junction.The afternoon at St.
members of the
r e4.I 'jock, struck out 12.. gave up 3 whiskey was. brought to A return to fair weather during police force. I Mark's Episcopal Church. Rev. R.IE. ] or get any other social secunty

I valks' and a hit off ,of Starke's the past, week has dried. off the MacBlain, pastor extends an : information are invited to see the
:o"s" I Bubba La Mee.. Starke and poured out Friday soil sufficiently to let farmers begin Sunrise ServiceIs invitation for all to, comeat any representative at the time 01 his

'I Losing pitcher: Curtis McGee morning at the city dump. belated planting operations time and stay as long as possible. visit.

I I gave up 9 hits and 7 runs and he Federal agents Adair and Eddy but all spring cropS here will bea ScheduledFor .
Jones-Langford-White Post 5t, Arch J. Thomas Jr., past Post walked \5. took the truck to Jacksonville month late maturing. ; JS

American Legion, at its regular 56 Commander and past State Gainesville one of the state's i headquarters for disposition. It StadiumThe 5

meeting last week. presented Commander who was awarded, a_ top teams got 7 runs from 9 hits .bore tag number 45-GK670 issued Only 50 Failed NewsMan ,
membership representing r
the outstanding LegIonlifetime with 2 -
to errors. I
naires awards ot W7 and Past years ,for the gold lifetime mem- Bradford High got 1 hit no runs in the,name of Ray Crews, Rt. 1, To Ask ExemptionOn annual Easter Sunrise Ser- J

in obtaining'' memberships bersip card he was presented Box 53, Macclenny. HomesteadsTax vice will be held Sunday morningat ,
work and 2 errors not counting 3 passed -
: several months ago. Wednesday of 'last week the 6:15: in the high school atadi-
for the Host : balls and 3 wild pitches.
Pictured above jl-rj) are: The following members were I Sheriff's office with, state and Assessor Gene Long said \m..w1th members of all denominations -
March 28, at Crescent City Has
W. H. Graham_ who _was presented given membership stars and Bradford High won'by a score of federal officers; found 1525 gallons that about 50 persons failed to uniting in the traditional .
membership achievement :'I of mash, five gas cylinders sign for homestead exemptionthis rites.
a 'and that 1C-4.( Curtis McGee'was credited
cards certifying
pins and a at an abandoned still The message win be brought by
medal-ior obtaining 25 11t::57. mem- pump
with the win. Smith the loser. Mc- Busy '
they .are "big guns" in the local operation in the Highland area. Long remarked that this was Rev. L.' D. Haines pastor of the .. -:. -
berships. Gee struck 16 out.Starke's .
Ray L. Stone, presented ,witn,a post:, H. .A. Bishop Jr., W. ti. very good considering the tola First Baptist Church. He will be .
Harvey Tanner got 2
assisted! by members of the Mini-
outstanding service Stone, u. William Silcox of 3500 That would be
plaque nor his, Graham Kay Seeber hits. Calvin Pace doubled and hita eligible. DayChuck
sterial Alliance, and Easter music
fip to the ..Legion, a citation card Goodman A.j, L. Crosby Jr., John home less than'one per cent. z.
run. W. H; Johns slammeda Wins Boat Outfit will be provided by the BHS Band r w
National Commander for M. Godwin, and H. H. ttabb Jr. 11 L
from the homer with 2 men,on.- It was also pointed out that and Chorus.

obtaining 35 memberships' It was announced that the Post Bradford High got their'10 runs William Silcox of Starke Is the some of those who didn't,sign no 1. 5 k

195, and ,a "Quarter' Century had attained 100 per cent of its out of 9 hits with no errors. Cres- proud owner of a new boat motor longer live on the property. A The final Holy Week noon-day
service will be held Friday (Good
Card" from ''t.he.State. Com 1957 memberarup.mander cent City committed 2 ertors, get- and trail r., few applications'may come in the
activeAn Friday] in the First Methodist Dent is doing double duty these days continuing his three
for his membership veterans are reminded that ting 4 runs with 7 hits.Bradford's Mr. Silcox, of Rt.. 1, Box 234 mail and "will be honored if postmarked 'Church with Rev. :
ties. Post 56 meets at Y:3b p.m. on the before midnight April 1. a message by 15-minute daily newscast at WRGR and also joining the saws-gath
next game will be won the outfit in a drawing last W. S. McAliley and music by the
Harry H, Rbb Jr- vice com- second and fourth Tuesdays of ering staff at the Bradford County Telegraph. Dent has been associated -
April 5 at Palatka. The next: home Saturday night at the Imperial Those failing to sign! will suffer Madison Street Baptist Choir.
wander of Post166.: who presented each ]month and that each veter- game will be April 8 at'3:30: with Service Station on North Temple the penalty of paying taxes on Regular] Easter Sunday service with the radio station since last May, and was a journalism
the aWards.. an is cordially invited to attend. Crescent i I avenue. la .
City. their property. major college.lelSle
'. will be observed in all churches.





editorial t 1 1I
Farmer'siDiaryBy 1I I

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Sam MeGaroy I 1 I
T/ii Cracks. Are Still There a aS

'" least temporarily go out. of the

cow business [we hope that

throwing six, head on the open

market will not ruin the good
prices]. Of course, we could not f
take advantage of Gene M's good .
'nature, and say here that the II

cows are for sale:but we do suggest '
that you read the classifiedads The,price of coffee beans for Eight O'Clock ,I',

w; this week. Coffee dropped a short time ago in South i

..... .. it Latest will be report"we another 10 have is that' America. But :A&P gives )'ou. the benefit ,
days or two L !
,',,1 '.u..::1'' weeks-befOff! berries come in to When w.g. settled.,again we = of the savings right now with a special III
.,. .' .'i ." ,... ., !f .i!:' any ;extent. Talked to a grower plan to have cows, but before we sale of Eight O'Clcck Coffee. This is just
r. 'I. j"JI.. this who'said.that get another single head of, stock that at A&P! 1:
!f'r.. -'* week his bushes .: IG further proof you save money
,f'ff(,' .: t" .r .. >,< .,...,. loaded with we're going to, fence it so tight grtacswI. Ea
h' were green fruit. age Custom Ground Eight
t't ....e '-. ..," So come buy ,
1 ', I
that it
i"lh: I ,. "f 1" -"" ""n"ff"" "" but: he said it would be about 14 won't, even let a shadow OCI.0 C O'CIock Coffee. Enjoy fine, fresh flavor MILD & MELLOW
,, tf--f i'i" days before he would in' through much less a critter. + opo
........., .., -.L .. .fl '7'fII, :! pick any Visited with the oldest saaunn rc P and enjoy cash savings too! i!
"z.'itt'.. >, "", <.r.:".if.. /.,;',. .-..- :t- 0;""',;,.if ...f"' :.:.::+. toluine. And that of course depends 'C0 q/.a w r
4tM .,11,) farmer this week. Granny Laurahoseley : I
{ .w fE
'.......;,,(,.$f1t'" .,';{. .,f...(. .,. ." ,.'. ,, s on the. weather. who js 85, and still spry .IAE.MthFAEEA ? Lb i.I i..

J j; : This has certainty been a'berry enough to' get out her wheel hoe 1 Bag 69c
and keep a nice little garden 'In. 4
season that will long be remem-
A little more than a year ,ago March? ,15,. bered, for here it is'April 3 and shape. She already has Irish potatoes .i.
the size of marbles and
1957 to ,b'e) ,exact =- a committee interested to the best of our'knowledge not
fhe _
was getting ready to plant a
citizens made public a report,on the condition of one,pint of berries,has been sold little bit of everything when we I $
along the highway hen In other 3.LbBag $1.99e'
the various.school plants in County. visited her..
since been the
years we've
Jiere. .
That report aroused the public as, few issues road was almost crowded withberry S.-

have before or since: sellers from January right A. P. [Fred] McDavid, out ,

The committee made certain" recommendations on through':May. Wonder if there Brocker way is a dairyman who J,.">, :

which,, if carried ,out, would, have made has been another season in which really knows how to make money' ....,r.z. '
What you do is to locate your ... 7"i
available the' funds 'for construction the 'growers didn't pick until ..
Accessary dairy where the land is going to .- ;Jr":
of needed-new Jjufldings and the;< renovation of April? S a. a btvery valuable, and. then whenit :.} 51,,, :

existing;,buildings }jn the county school l system.! And speaking: of the weather, is, you sell it.. Simple isn't it! t 'J<;/

One of ,irhV.refcommeniJations the'r al1ocat on spring is'nt here -yet, and ,-won't And a lot quicker than selling jjj/ _

of raceck: funds coming into Brp.df9rd.Coun-. milk! _
be until the pecan trees put out seeBeen _
ty h has'beenbrought abo t., The other t'Yo- their leaves, for folks-tell us that

an inc/ease}; ; ,oft, ,present aa1e&, tax to ,four per that' Is the'one sure sign that reading,lately some stuff JANE PARKER
t'of Gainesvillethat
cent with the.extra cent to be allocated school winter is ,over.-- that comes o .
'aMorris"Carter says'all the'people who keepon
purposes, and a general revision upward of the told us he pa1nedto'set talking about the "good old HOT CROSSBUNS
valuation of'real property in the county have week- days" don't know when they have _
;, out pepper this ,
note been 'enacted. Consequently the ''deficiences there others it good. The article goes on to
and are
:we suppose
and ,needs..in the county school system, as disclosed who,,have already, or who planto say; that a man doesn't have to T

by the Citizens Committee, still exist 'and soon. Atone time it,looked as follow, a mule all day long, the. :

are.likely" tinue ..to. ,exist until adequate If there was going to be a lot of way he housewife sed to,note and cooks that over thefarm' a .

funds,are provided: pepper planted here.,. but the cold
of modern stove and doesn't roast Frozen Grade "A" Dressed & Drawn Tender Young Hen
A remedy .for the.. situation will be presentedto weather and the shortage herself in addition to the meat *

the freeholders, of the county on Saturday, plants may have S.upset. thatOur she's, baking! And it goes"on' to PKG 33

April 19j! for approval!,or disapproval. This remedY great big herd of cows took tell of other improvements, too. ,

,isr in,,the jform 'of a $450,000 bond issue- to a'big leap upward'not long ago Now anyone would have to have "_4
provide funds' for needed new construction and rocks in his head to wish for the TURKEYS
when both 'Hope and Daisy pre- days when farming was harder.
fpr the 'renovation and repair of present build- J
sented us with cute little black What these folks do yearn for.it

ings.* calves. -Alice has 'named them:,..seems to us, Is the good times I
'With ,a few minor'exceptions, the shocking cute_ they used to have at a pinder JANE PARKER
and they
Dawn and Dark are
conditions, disclosed by the Citizens Committee boiling, cane grinding or things
as they can be.; 6tolO-lb l
still exist.. B building at: the Starke school still '! like that. ANGEL FOOD 18

needs an additional boiler to provide adequate But now, what with the 4-lan- And also, we might add. for the Average

heat in the 'winter for students in a structure ing ,of US-301 taking our house days ,when a farmer could make Serve With Ocean Spray ..

that'is overloaded, as' far as,heat is concerned, and fences,.we have decided to at a living! I

by five classrooms. An improved heating system i CARELARGE CRANBERRYSAUCE
1st day of May and November
i fa .also a ,must in the Heilbronn school building SINGING, CONVENTIONThe of each year and 000.e 49 C '

that'was moved here last fall and,added to the Bradford -Union singing in each the; said denomination bonds shall of be$ call- -

Starkejplaht.TfieTLawley} convention will meet Sunday, able ten thereof years from upon date terms of prescribed Issuance -- c; L Jlbcan"SuperRight" 23c i

school still needs a new roof, and April.,6th.. at-2 o'clock with the by said Board and shall

an adequate cafeteria, among' things. The Brooker Baptist Church. Every mature serially. on the In 1st annual,day installments -of- ,. 39, ....c' l lt

Brook school} building still needs a general one interested in gospel singing May clusive.from 1959 to 1978., both In- ,.; .. .",---- .:

overhaul, and Hampton needs*the' same'." ,is'urged to attend. All,duly qualified electors- of

Tlie} Starke school also 'needs Special Tax School District Num-
an ber One of Bradford County who
Which' are told there. is hope of In The Court of the County Judge, are freeholders and who have been
no 'getting ,
Short Shank Skinned Cooked 16-lb
Bradford County Florida. re-registered in the special reregistratlon Fully (12 to Average) /
for the next 50 jf ,. .
years capital outlay funds are lit Propate.In of freeholders previouslyheld ...
state of Delia Catherine bond election shall be
re: } for said
relied upon finance. it. 'This is due to the Hoover Deceased.To 'entitled to vote on the question of ::
fact that normal growth of the school, with consequent Ail Creditor and Ptraoaa Ra_ the issuance of said bonds, provided -
lag Claims or Demands AgainstSaid however that any' qualified
regular addition of classrooms, will 'require Estates electors residing In the District
You and each of you are herebynotifitd who are freeholders may vote at tP/ll HALF WHOLE
all capital outlay funds available for or
years and required to present said bond election upon complyingwith
'to come. any claims and ,demands which yon the requirements of eub-eec-
of have againstthe. 100.211, Florida ,
or-either you may tion (d) of Section
Some people, ,of course. regard an :auditorium .estate of Delia Catherine HOOT Statutes." ,
er. deceased, late of said County, BOARD OF PUPUC INSTRUCTIONof
as ,"luxury.. >ye'are more inclined to class; to, the County Judge of Bradford Bradford County, Florida ,

it, howtver,,.along with other:, "luxuries" of our the County court. Florida house of at said his County office at In ATTEST D.V..:Starling, Chairman.. C

time, including the automobile; television, a well-: Starke. Florida, within eight calen- H. .P. Morgan, Superintendentof
dar months from the_time of the Public Instruction Bradford
balanced diet,' and many otheV'things that add first publication of this notice County. Florida., :

so much to living, as we know it today, that Each writing elaim'or, and shall demand state shall the be placeof In .- _. 'S-1S 5t (.te, LB

they have ,become 'morea: necessity .than ,a residence, and< post office addressof

luxury. Surely' the'eitiz ns of every small;city ,the'ilatmani.by! the claimant and shall his agent be swornto or I

'that is worthy'of the.name deserve =k center of attorney, and any such claim or de- g f
mailed not so filed shall be. void.'
adequate size where cultural 1; presentations may s/'Edna' Wallace,= MONEY :

be made,' as well j'as 1 innumerable.other' .uses., As. administratrix Delia Catherine of Hoover the Estateof De- I H'
; Certainly,"this is"not a time: to welcome new ceased. 1 1I 1i

taxes: and'we""are told that the bond issue would First publication. March 3/13 II. 1958.4t 4/3

probably) mean an additional tax, levy of five fOR
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mills. But.neither'is it 'a time.for retrenchmentand i
for: .SOTICI; .
allowing our plants to deteriorate "Notice? of Special Eleetlou"of Freekoldet. -'
to the point where ,we cannot send'our oar'eli)1. of Special. Tax Seno! District -

dren there with any degree of-self-respect;;,much' ."?'Florida amber ;'One to .Determine Br.adfordConti I

less .boast to newcomers and 'prospective new- Whether the Board 01 PnfcUe Instruction EVERYt
& : of Bradford County fa*
comers about our modern school facilities." and oi' Behalf ef Special Tax
Srhqol DUtrictBinker '0..' .f 'N47t
We fully, realize that business .
property in Bradford Co..a, Stall Issue
Bradford County is already heavilY. taxed and Bends of Said District Uahll'la.St'rlaU"Frea .
: '1W fa W8 In- ..
any additional levy will be extremely burden- :clusive..Notice. WORTHWHILE _N _
.some..at this time., On the .. Is hereby. given that a
other hand, what special election will be held In
would it profit the' owner of business property Special._Tax School District Num- I
ber One''of Bradford County, Flor-
iff save a."few dollars 'on"his tax bill and then ida, at: '

see his business decline_ as people moved from City Courthouse.Hall Lawtey., .tstarke .for .Mono- ,
the community and .newcomers shied be Starke.) --
< away, Snow Chevrolet. for South Starke.
cause"of its run-down school:plant? : \ Rivets Service Station. Graham.

If any! way can .be found to help the owners ofpresently City Community; Hall, Hampton.Center; Brooker.. '

exempt property share in,the proposed Community' Center Theressa...
Schopl Building New River.
bond, issue, 'we think that would imminently on' tha ISth day; of April' 1158. in NEED

'lair and few of them (certainly not' those with ed accordance and adopted.with a by resolution the Board,,pass of 1 Golden' Shortening Reynold Golden Ripe LB I

hildreq'in.school!! ) would object, is our. belief. Public i Instruction of Bradford FLUFFO 3 lb can 95c
County, Florida the 8th reg.25
Anything,that could be done to-pt'event: ,business March,' 1958 to determine on whetherthe day of WRAP 27A&P BANANAS lOc

jjropertjr#rom,having.shoulder the entire load Bradford Board County of Public Florida Instruction, for and'of CashmereBOUQUET; j

would certainly] be in order, especially. during 'on behalf of Special Tax School District" Bath Size, 2 for '27c 24 OZS.
Number On at Bradford Loans
\ to
ptis'period of stalled recession.In County shall Issue a r1al' bonds in up GRAPE
the principal amount of U50.0 O.- 7 Ca&hmere JUICE 27
years past, when confronted with a choice 00 for 1the following purpases:", a' 6 FOR
ct o make the citizens of Starke have us argil BROOKER JUNIOR"HIGH BOUQUET Regular Size, 2 for 19c .
SCHOOL Renovate exlslting .. A&PBroccoli
phosen the way of progress rather than the backward buildings, paint buildings, purchase $600 I Detergent : 10-OZ PEGS LEMONS 1ge

route retrenchment.. We have no doubt improve necessary site. .?ejujptnent! and, VEL Regular 33c SPEARS 2 for, 33C

that when the first school bond issue was floated H A M'P UP ELEMENTARY ,

half.a. century,or so ago the same arguments buildings SCHOOL.t paint Renovate buildings existing, purchase .. Detergent Cap'n.:John's Oyster 10 OZ CAN 'I

were advanced ,'against .it ,as are now, being"used; -necessary1 and ,Improve equipment site. ,' enlargo FAB.. Regular 33c LB

by those! wh'.oppose the present issue. for one LAWTEY JUNIOR'HIGH "Folks Find Us Friendly". :STEW 27c
SCHOOL Renovate existing : ". Detergent .
rr ? at1A; *-
pn or another .. 9
building! paint buildings. .par-
But.:.victory in, these matters ,does not at|ways prote chase'necessary siteconstruct equipment new ,cafe' im-. LOCAL FINANCEit AD Regular 33c ,A&P.Green ,9OZ.PKGS

,come easily so perhapsnow_ would bean 'opporjtune teria and",construct; pew: classrooms. .- r..t .>- fcCOMPANY:,,--- Detergent BEANS 2fOT, 37cA&rpeas

time for the Citizens? Committee that did I S Tj A' R- K E ELEMENTARY VEL.-uQUm 12 oz 39c
such a credUableJo sin' .SCHOOL-Construct new library. Wiriesap LB '
study :of ,last .
jear, BRADFORD COUNTY_ IGHSCHOOx..con.struct *- iff "" ,
to'rally its'forces once again and help, provide : new" audl- Cleanser \ : .

the,means. -_-to' ,car"ry* out'its-i. cominendationT t. *. NEW torinm.Erect-ntr-school ELEMENTARY Inor SCHOOL-near_ ", .. 114 N.-Wataut St. AJAX 2 Regular. Cans 29c 15'Starklst APPLES 1St 1

Starke! Jo 4nclude. ILxI) class Brae I Dot "' '
.BRADFORD c nvrnr TELEGRAPH ,rooms!!, cafeteria and ?offices. (3 Doors from Post Office) Chunk
R.J.E HIGH Giant 81c
A. "- JSST. 'U79T 1 "" > :- SCHOOl St rke'-
-Construct five (5) classrooms.ANDERSON ,Phones 531 '. TUNA. Reg. 6'/f oz can 33c ...... .,..:. .. ,... .w r
'0 '\ Kb'R un.\'s':o'LCESr1 WEEKLY;' XEW8- SCHOOL JUNIOR" HIGH,, 5SOand "Lawtey -:
,Bathroom. TissueWALDORF
Ii ...\rfR i : oj.rBLI H$D new cafetoriam. Mrs Marguerite Hall 'MUSHROOM DINNER 43e ( E E 1
.. Said
bonds shall 'the
be dated
for 25c
.. "' :' .tl_ e. p. : n Y4 4gj ffj sat 3

P..II...... Early TII.l"p... aa B* THE Eatered SAME a.MASTHEAD.Seeoit CUM Xattttt ,thereof bebr day.interest'until of May paidat',from"1958and,, the.aTate_shall date Lw1 Manager .\::;..... ; a Deodorizer Beauty' & 'Deodorant Soap .r..w l

the Hunt urn.. aa Sla'rke, Fla. mmttr Act .f Mar. 3, ISTt. to 'exceed six not FLORIENT 79c
per cent per an- II
Bars Street
, num payable seml-anaually on Reg. 3 for 29c Starke, Florida



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Ouf" boss, but have learned it ain't no Green and Roscoe May narrowly New Florida Film Aaron Rhoden 80 tificates! for a tax deed to be issued I tificates for a tax deed to be issued I Dated this 1 day of April, 19.6
fun to pay'off our debts two to escaped death at 8 o'clock Sunday thereon. The certificate numbers I thereon. The certificate! numbers (OFFICIAL SEAL)
one." Stars Rock Hudson Dies and years of issuance the descnption and years of issuance the description Charles A. Darh<% Clerk of
morning when their truck' In Hospital '
plunged ; of the property, and the namesin of the property, and the namesin of Circuit Court of Bradford
Of S. through the'side of a bridge at Jennifer Jones Rites which is was assessed are as which is was sest-ed are as County, Florida.
The March 17. 1933 issue of the Crooked At Hampton follows: follows: 4/3 4t 4/24
two miles north cf
Certificate :>0. Uj; Tear ot 1116U- Certificate l\.o. Ji; Year of Issuance
The Telegraph carried county correspondence "* KIngsley. Ga.. and dropped 18 One of the leading candidates I Aaron Rhoden. once 1954.Description. ', 1956.DescripUun.
from 80. Hampton of Property: Com. atSW of Property: MfiV!! otswy \OTICK;
Evergreeen feet. May's right leg was brokenin for best motion, picture ot. was, died in a Starke hospital Sunday cor of Ntfc 01 M;4 run .N < :: of s: >v *4 Set: Zit T i :s K i-K healed bids will be received by
Ziff, Vanderbilt and Gum Branch three places and his knee badly will arrive Sunday at the Florida L morning after 400 ft to PO1 thence U'ly 64s ft. { K.Name. I the Florida State: Prison at the of
well an extended illness. to a Pt. 199 ft.N of QuarterSection lice of the Husiness Manager, Klor>
Post as as the ones we have to- ciushed. Mr..Green suffered I in which assessed: i1. & 51.
only Theatre in "A,Farewell to':.tZnsrthe : He was born in Baker County on line thence N !!!s.5 ft. to IMngfelder.Ail Ida state prison. Kairora. Florida,
day. slight cuts about the face and K.: W. Hayes S/U thence W'ly 637 and not later than ItVV: A..W.
Cinemascope production of Jan. 15, 1878, and was the son of of said property being in the up to
body. ft. to. H sec. line thence S 11 x Counts of Bradford. State of Flor- April 16. ms; at which time they
Ernest HemingwaY's'citing the late Shep and Rachel R. ft. to POB. Sec 31 T 6 S: K Z3 t;.| will be publicly opened for one
From Ziff Miss Lula Mae Lewis "Mr. Green said they were just story of love and war. Rhoden. He was a member of the Name in which' assessed: J. '1'. ida.Unless such certificate: or certificates nu model Hack. school bus where
[Edited By Alice McGarvey] wrote;. Those who enjoyed the leaving the bridge when another Jones Kst.!: shall be redeemed according is/as is subject to inspection prior
Some The story concerns the romanceof Baptist Church. All of said property being in the bidding. Uids must be on bid
of the present day news peanut popping at the home of automobile started to to law the property describedin I to
come on of Bradford, State of Flor- be secured (rom
an American ambulance driver, such certificate or certificateswill form which may
of the problems of school finance Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Kelly Saturday and in order to avoid hitting it, Surviving are two daughters ida.Unless be sold to the highest bidderat I the office of the Business Manager
seem to echo from the pages of night were: Mrs. Lloyd Pad- his truck struck the bridge railing played by Rock Hudson, and a Mrs. Mattie Crawford of Jacksonville such certificate or certificates the court house door on the first) Florida State Prison, lUiford,
beautiful shall be redeemed accord- Monday in Month of U 'torida.
the March English nurse. Jennifer and Mrs. Pearlie Davis of May llI.
1933 Telegraph issue cett. Miss Martha Groover, Miss and crashed through. The two and ing to law the property describedin which is the 6 day of May, 19 15. f 4/S St fjlJ'JI
here we read: Janet Kelley, Miss Lula Mae Lewis men were returning from New Jones, it comes to life againsta Hampton; two sons, Lonnie Rho such certificate or certificateswill
"The backdrop of war m the Italian den Gainesville, and Rho- be >sold to the highest bidderat
State Board of Education Misses Algie
Amy Nannie Groover, York City where they had takena the court house door on the first
removed physical and health Dan Polk Coleman Dees Frank. load of berries. Alps. den, Jacksonville: 20 grandchil- Monday in Month of May lh5. Profits in Stark
education and home ., Often called Hemingway's finest dren, and 23 great grandchildren. which Is, the 6 day of May nit!!. Shore -
economics Groover, Lloyd Widemot Fred SAn Dated this 1 day, of April, 1I,1.! ;
from the list of mandatory subjects Shaw. Rastus Mann, Edd Polk, unusually large vote was novel, "A Farewell to,Arms" tells Funeral services were held (OFFICIAL SEAL) I 1 1LMi

in the public school cur- L. O. and Johnnie Lewis.. Clifton cast here Tuesday in the electionof of the difficulties of two young Tuesday at 2 p. m. in Hope Bap- ,, of Charles Circuit A.Court Darby.of. Clerk Bradford of

riculum. The board's action was Polk Zenious Williams and Truby school trustees from Special lovers striving to find a place for tist Church at Theressa with Rev County, Florida.

( described as a temporary policy Hodge. Tax District No. 3. The following their love in tne seething world Merle Packham officiating. Burial 4/3 4t 4/24 \ .

designed to meet present eco- a a were elected: L. D. Green.. E. W.. around them. was in the church cemetery under

nomic conditions and to comply From Vanderbilt Carrie Bell Hayes, and J. C. Robinson. A to- In making this nun, tons ot the direction of DeWitt C. Jones. NOTICE OF TAX APPLICATIONFOR DEED I

with widespread demand that the Norman wrote: Those attendingthe tal of 100 votes were cast. props and machinery were trans Notice is hereby given. that ::.nza M.Blanchara ) ft l I I 6
so-called 'frills' be eliminated Sing at Wateroak ported into the Dolomite PATIENTS ADMITTEDTO the holder of the following
Sunday From District< No. 6 Lawtey, Mountains certificates has filed said eer.
during 'the period of financial afternoon were : Misses Lubedia James Rosier: S. Austin and O. of Northern Italy where Ute

stress." S. Nettles, Florabelle Johns, and J. Phillips were elected trustees. authentic battle scenes were pho BRADFORD HOSPITALThe FRIDAY SATURDAY APRIL 4LADIES 5

Messrs., Cyril Dukes and Carl District No. 16 Rising. E. C. tographed upon the very ground following,patients were ad- ,
The Bradford county Board of Nettles of Lake Butler, Misses Lillian Lewis! R.-M. Crosby and J. E. over WhiCh the original conflict mitted to Bradford County' Hos- D ICTARKE
Public Instruction had just received Kelley Evelyn I '
Crosby Gladys Norman were elected trustees. was fought \\
pital during the week:
2133.81 from state past BEAUTY QUEEN
funds. Thomas, Nita Kelley: Messrs. H. I FIA.

B. Kelley, and Louis Newmans of PLAN SPRING GARDENTO or use fresh. A quarter of an acre ''Mrs. Cathy Mabry, Thelma H. NYLON ,. : .
The farmers, too. were having Corinth. is a practical size garden. But if Wise.'Eugene Lee, Mrs. AaronC. L \

their troubles and the Telegraph Elizabeth Harnage from Gum FROM GET YOUR BEST EFFORT RETURN your quota of manual labor is not C. Williams Willie Mae Denton Fri., Sat. April 4, 5 BRASSPECIAL

'reprinted a letter from a farmer Branch wrote: 'A large crowd at- up to this size operation, allow Billy Joe Osborne of Raiford, Diana DOUBLE FEATURE SLIPS m _

" to the Progressive Farmer maga- tended the birthday dinner Sun- Planning the spring garden is about one-tenth acre for each Deborah Smith, Lanette' Gnf The' Private War of ,I Ji. i

zine. day given by Miss Agnes Sapp. as important as planting it. says member of the family. fis Mrs.' Willis K, Sweat, Mrs. Major BensonWith Shadow Panel t *, -- ---
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"My neighbors say that now, by Joe D. Norton, assistant vegetable Youll save yourself some grief Morris T. Th..ompson"Of MaxviUe, /M

gum, well get a moratorium, the The Starke Baseball Team was crops specialist with the Agricultural later if you fumigate the garden Lyonne Julia Conway Henry A. tarpon- Heston and Julie SPECIAL > TWO FORBoys'

creditors won't dare foreclose for having financial, troubles. Presi- Extension Service. plot for nematodes ten days or so Lawson Barbara Jean Crawford Adams \\

, all the fanners have arose and dent of the club, N. Sternberg, Locating the garden on fertile, before planting. Chemicals re of Lawtey, Betty Sue Trieste ot AND

when some bidder shows his face, announted withdrawal from the well-drained soil near the houseis commended include Telane and Waldo. BACKLASHWith

we'll just escort him off the place. Northeastern League. a good idea. The size of the pr oEBB [ethylene dibromide. APPlyeither. Also Patricia Mae DiXon, James Richard Wldmark and Donna, 1.00 1 tOo
We don't allow to be sold outWe've e ject will depend on the number I II .of the chemicals in a 6-inch Oscar Rafuse of Maxville, Evelyn Reed I

kept on farming at a loss 1 I Even the slow moving cars of I in the family, the amount of vegetables -I deep furrow, using one-half pint Elizabeth Whelan of .
Lawtey, An- Plus SerIal Chapter No. 4 and
and bragged because we had no I 1933 had their accidents. L. D. l you plan to can. freeze, sell per 100 feet of row and cover.' we Scofield of New River, Gerald Color Cartoon. I Sizes 32-44

.. Remember, band placement of f I Lamar Kevia of Sanderson Donald ,

fertilizer gives you the most yield Dobson Jr. of Sanderson Lorena SUN.. MON. TUES.

ONLY for your money. Apply the,plant Janice APRIL 6, 7,8
$ Coarsey of Jacksonville SHIRTS
food before or at planting tune. Jt Q
Sprinkle it in bands a couple of Osie Anna Padgett of :AGddleburf, DOUBLE FEATURE

"* Margie Mathews Dowling, Minnie Rock Pretty Baby :t'
I inches to the side and about an ']-vA 'tj,
inch below the seed in the row Lauraraore of Glen St. Mary, Rock to 12 Hit Times PRINTS.. & KNIT ,

To keep the vegetables growingat Shirley Ann McCatl of Jackson With Sal Mineo, John Saxon and I : ..

qL DOWN full tilt, sidedress them at least ville. Olivia Miller of Kiorahome Luana Patten SPECIAL

three times during the growing and Mrs. Charles F. Kat>Dit of The Hired Gun 1.00

season with one-quarter pound of South Creek, W.;'Va AND .
nitrate of soda 100 feet.
per square .4
Colored Admissions: Plus Cartoon 2To8 S-M-L
BUILDS THIS HOUSE ON YOUR LOT of garden area. Willie Mae Floyd Of HaWthorne :
Mr. Norton says to spread yourharvest i iI I Wed., Thur. Apr. 9, 10

over a longer period planto Josephine Williams, Clscero Wet i DOUBLE FEATURE We Give Profit-Sharing Coupons

...w .t stagger planting every coupleof !lace Beggett, Mae B. Scott Christine Kansas Raiders
weeks on such crops as radishes .
The beans and sweet Harmon. Mary Lois Mack of With Audie Murphy and Brian
:;, "CAPRI"CASH snap co H '
f' Along with buying seed it's a Hawthorne, Robert Lee Mack ot Donlevy i: STORES

.sound practice to secure a supply Lawtey and Frank Davis of fut- And

r x trr- of pesticides and insecticides. A' nam Hall The Brothers Rico

t four precent Zineb dust -or a I 111 E. Call St.
With Richard Conte Dianne
V $ spray if you like will controlmcst L U I L
I 'c foliage diseases. Malathionand NOTICE Foster and Kathryn Grant
Notice is hereby given that tourpOSe e Plus Cartoon
,: ( 94 % lindane are good "all-p State Road Department will Bold
1I PRICE insecticides. DDT is suggested for a public and hearing concerning the location -
economic effects .f t'.A.
... a worms, caterpillars Colorado potato Proj. .No.,..'.DOJ.lli), job No. zsoiZOl -
.--,.......;:.':::''If; ,beetle, and most plant bugYOU'LL a' stat Road No. 2UW (U. S. 301),
.v., 'tL from in Starke, N.K. through aw-
.'..t"h ..... .. tey to Clay County LJne in the
;- p"t4P'.t; :
L.' 'J. ......, ..tt.;! #o., oi'. ... ;.r.;.; ..:. County Court House ,at '!MarKe. IT'S 'YOURS _
f.... """_::''.0/' '' : lthis \.<.," LOVE tt. new Esterbrook Florida on the. Eleventh! day ot -
'' April. 1S58 at 10:0u A.M., EST!::: pursuant -
to Section llle( ) of Public .

Modern Two-Bedroom Home is Designed for Southern Living. Three Jalousie parse-size fountain pens, la Law All SIof persons the wishing 4th congress.: to be heard

Windows and Jalousie Door Among the Standard Features Offered in this are hereby notified to appear at
a pastel shades. Only $109 at Bradford said meeting.WILi"Utl:.
Well Constructed Home. 1':. JO rs: Chairman
State Road
Department. 1

Completely Finished Outside, Doors, 26'-0 County Telegraph.SOLD 3/27 Zt 4/3 FREE ,

Windows, Screens, etc., and Two I OURRESTAURANT TO Notice REGISTER It hereby FICTITIOUS given that NAME the

undersigned, under the provision.
Coats of Paint. Partitions, Studdingand of Chapter 20953, Laws of Florida.
Acts of 1941, will register with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court in and
Floors only,on inside. utoRN writ UOI2."World's for Bradford County Florida,
We wish to thank our upon
receipt of proof of publication of 21" R.C.A. VICTOR
many friends and customers this notice, the fictitious name of
Ii for their patronage i in Jak's *utomotlve, under which we
am engaged In business one mile
Largest and NatJ. fi0lft :i the past eleven years. south of Lawtey. Fla. on U. S.
Highway 301.
'" We have enjoyed the George J. Estes and Bethna M. COMPATIBLE COLOR TV
Efltea. co-owPoefl, P. O.. Box 3-A,
association.. Lawtey, Florida.
Best Builder ot Shell UWIf too.A 6U\ 4DOM J.eOD Dated this 13th day of March.
A.D., 1957 at Starke Bradford
I Garnet & Phil Studer i County. Florida._ 3/13 4t 4/3 254 SQ. IN. VIEWABLE PICTURE

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(. Circuit Court. Bradford c..t,., !3
#it. .. Florid*i In ...".f7. __ 1M
v: \ Health Facts Madeleine 1..> Stanley. Plaintiff, vs. ,c :e i."C

," Charles. :Stanley: Jr.. Defendant
Case No. 1S-S17
or A recent survey shows that. SI.*!", T.. A..p ?

many .vitamin tablets pass residence To: Charles and Stanley, Jr,.- whose \es rk
address is: c/o
through the patient without ever Phillips. 30 K: Wllliston, Avenue, ,
being, digested. This tn reality to East VVUliston New York.
You are hereby notified that
money down the drain. suit for divorce custody control
and support of minor children and
Under the ratification of separation
Chiropractic care pa
WALTER men,l has been filed against ; 4ii
.tient's,digestive organs function I the above named Court and cause I.
normally so vitamins can be properly and you are required to serve a
copy of your answer or pleading
digested and the maximum to the complaint on the piaintltl'

benefit derived from them. Attorney "
Starke.T, Fran Florida Landrum, Box 646. INt II

For information on the benefit of r and file the original in the office of
CORPORATION Chiropractic! care, In problemcases I the Clerk of t>*. CI.cnlt r"irf nn
on or before the & day of May,
phone or write IS 58; otherwise the allegations of
VISIT US OR CALL COLLECT ;- : said Compalnt will be taken as .t
THE DR.; H. G. BQLLINGER, confessed by yon II U -4: I ICfki Ir
This notice shall be
Gainesville Palatka CHIROPRACTIC OFFICES once each week for tour consecutive
426 N. Walnut St. Starke weeks in the Bradford County Tele- .
Route 2, Box 213-A P. 0. Box 782 Dated '
Phone 108 ,
this 1 day of April Was.
Phone: Franklin 2-2587 Phone: East 5-5971 or (OFFICIAL SEAL)

Hawthorne and Kincaid Roads At The "Y" 728 E. University Charles Clerk A. Darby.of the Circuit Court .. '

Phone 6-3238 GainesvilleReduce By Marian L. Crosby D.nut* ClerkS
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r Id M:
Notice is hereby given, that Jlramle I
woodard the holder of the following
Bill-paying minutes\ with a ( certificates has filed said certificates
for a tax deed to be issued COMPLETE WITH ANTENNA INSTALLED
I \, "- ''' >r t i ,. thereon. The certificate numbers '
and years of issuance the descrip

,. jjFLORIDA Checking account .. tlon in follows which of :the la property was assessed, and the are names as DRIVE IN AND REGISTER NOW!I Iat

Certificate No. 54. Tear of issuance
1558.Description. ,
of Properly: Com.
I r% Bill-paying at the first of the month is just a matter of SB cor of NE% of sjfltt!: run w zty TO BE GIVEN AWAY -
f ;, ft for POB, N. Z7S ft. W. 80 ft. 827Z !
minutes when you use a Florida Bank Checking account. ft. E 80 ft to FOB. in Sec. 14
You write 'em seal 'em and mail 'em! There is no Name in which assessed: Ruth Vera
1 Benton. SATURDAY JUNE 14 1958 7:30 P.M.
/ 1 4/".. need to run'allover town to pay your bills., Save time and All of said property being in the ,
County of Bradford State of Flor
-. %'. steps with a Florida_ Bank Checking account. Open your: ida.Unless

i account at :the Florida Bank at Starke today! : shall such be certificate redeemed or according certificates NO PURCHASE NECESSARY

.1 to law the property describedIn '
such certificate or certificates
'I+ will be sold to the highest bidderat
the court house door on the first
Monday in Month of May m,, SERVICE
which.is the i day of May ms.
'- ,- FLORIDA Bank Dated this 1 day of,April, m. 6. IMPERIAL :
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..,I Stark* Charles A, Darby, Clerk ol STATIONr
,Save '' of Circuit Court of BradfordCounty
steps. J" Florida..
aJ ** it ,
4/1 4/24<
t1itl ,use a Florida t y r
Notice is hereby given that K. W.
Hayes the holder or the following
certificttM.h*!:filed sal4ett. -

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L- v ; .. '; ;" ; \>: interest rat is four percent and tsctlng the' Far ners"n me- Administration
Miss Green _To: Wed Mis's Pauline Gay: ratncia .fvuceraTb'Wed Conner Declares $ I the
J loans may be amortized over periods office located in
William Bishop III Eug Tanner: l J. E. ArhrribriDn ; < il up to 3 years. I Seagle Building Annex in' Gainesville

In, Early Summer Will :Wed April 12 New I .. Constitution'. 'Further information or applications -; or by writing to P. O. Box

.., .._-, -'- ... "I : may be obtained by con- !494, Gainesville. Fla.
:Mr. 'and Mrs. Adolph Gay announce ..zi-I Is' ImprovementJ .--.

the approaching marriageof I I c't., Jiiu. J: : 1- iT'T
new Florida constitution .
proposed '
., I their daughter -PaUline, to I
: I I is a definite improve.
lady. Moot Eugene Tanner, 'son 6f Mr. and the Profits lit Stark
-- --- - ____a-- - I Mrs.: :E. _E. Tanner The wedding [In the opinion !>f' State 'Representative -\

I Recently Wed Miss Pauline Gay i will be an event of Saturday '. Li Doyle K. Conner, who spoke I

At State Farm Is Given ShowerAt evening Apr, 12, at 7:30_ o'clock; ; :, ; briefly at' the Kotary' Club Wed-

4t4d in the, Madison Street Baptist, i .4 4'Dfr nesday. '. ,
Dankel l HomeMiss '
Church. in.the"Starke Elementary i. ::1' Cin er, who served "as a member -

Pauline Gay whose mar- Ca'fet riuni. I ""'" Committee of,.the. Constitutional that drafted, Kevision the new'j

riage to Eugene Tanner will bean -, ,A reception will immediately Y i
f \ : instrument; said( would help,preserve -I
"event of April 12, was the inspiration follow the' wedding- in the cafe: [ o the necessary system of''

torium.No i4' nbala'n es, which our FRIDAY SATURDAY S. APR. 4.5
for a beautiful oridal t': t checks, on: J
: invitations 'are being issued is based, while at the
shower given Monday, evening at .I i government _
but friends and relatives of the ,
i' same time correcting errors and
the home of Mrs. N. S. Dankel invited to :t Profit-Sharing Given
couple are attend. Coupons
446 W. Madison Street. Hostessesfor ".'!, ;:.: ,, 4t : ,simplifying structure of the.present ,
,..,. ristituti
,, .c in.
the affair Mrs.. ;
were L. A.
Canova, MrsJak Abell. Mrs. R. t Flower Show School r .. ; ; 0 ,!. : ,- It : The new 'document provides tor With Each $100 Purchase

0, Dansby.j Mrs. H. A. Lawson. L Set for April\ 1 10-11 1 1 ., 1: .,.. : ';!>. ..,.., 'r.;' }, ..- .:,. in 'increase: in'!Senate: memDership
Mrs. Arch Thomas. Jr., Mrs. J. W. f ., .., .i.Er..- .. .. ;.':; : J rrom 1 38to! 45., and ,an increase -

i 44 Furlong, Mrs. J. T. Lawson. Mrs.H. r AJFlcwer Show School, sponsored'Bythe -li'. ... .... --" ,..."-.' ..,..l...' .,-""'".."";" ii iir the, House Representatives
44 G. Bollinger; Mrs. P. G. Hutch Starke Garden Club, ,';" t" .;$"" :. "r. ,:; 1[rom J l 5 to 114. Under this arrangement LADIES C'HANKY'S

insori, Mrs. Freeman Register, Jr, is being offered to :the public on I .4"_ ,.. .. r_ -4.....-' the .small counties will j

MIS: Dare PJUIK;: and'.Mrs.'''Dan -' 'April 10 and .11' to be held in: : the and,Mrs. Henry J. K cera J(till control, the !Senate: while the'HouS '

rIA kel.The Mr. and' Mrs. 'Lef1 U"Green* i! an- Episcopal'Parish House'on'Church' formerly of the State Farm and : will be dominated by large I, \ :

Dankel home was beautiful r.o'unce .the engagement and* ap- street for a. nominal fee. now.of Yalrico. announce the en:' county representation, Confer said.I:

for the occasion with artistic prcaching marriage f of their Mrs..]'.r h l 1.. fiea'r of Tampa, a gagement of their' daughter; PaI This will provide the necessary]t S Bright Colors

4t4ii arrangements of dogwood azaleas, daughter; Sandra Ludle: 'to Geor. we'U' kVn: flower show' judge, tricia Carol, to 'James Edward I checks and balances, he pointed First Quality q .

I sweet peas and glacioli! in shades ge William. -Bishop,1 III, son, of wilT:teach.:"Flower Arranging" and Ammon, son of 'Mrs. B. 'L. Am 4 5Ut. | *** i

-LMN. of pink and white. The dining Mr. and Mrs. George William "Flower Show, Practice. ."Mrs: 'Ali moa and the l late Mr. 'A1 u lod' Of Conner said''the new Constitution -: '

room table and the refreshment Bishop, n,.of Grundy., Va., .. ma'Funk': ; a'h rtcqlt! t'ot note-. ; New Orleans: : also provides for the creation' LADIESHALF C

ttble were overlaid with white The' wedding 'will take- place will gfyel instruction"' oh. ':plantssuitable' Miss Kucera graduated- from''bt 'the 'office' ot Lieutenant GOv- '

__ ace cloths over pink linen. Cent- Saturday,,'June 21; at 7:30' o'clock ,for Florida. 3radford High School in 'June, I error who"' Would'succeed the Goviernor' SLIPS S '

)( ....t: ,and: Lewis on. Ronald tr. t- ering the dining room table wasa in the First Baptist Church; : Outlines.'p:: 'fee'course: and registration 1953 and' attended the University 'in' case of death of the lat .

I McCIeJlan, whose marriage \vas! beautiful bride doll surroundedby Starke. .' 'bianks,may be, obtained f'Fl rid'a' for,;' two 'years. She is ter. The Ipak r' said that a '. e)
bridal wreath interspersed with from Mrs. Maxie 'Carter, Sr. or now & 'seni r student nurse at Lieutenant Governor would be ot Rayon
an event of March 14 at the pink dwarf azaleas! The arrangement Mrs. Jessie Young. Charity 'Hospital in New Orleans great tielp tq'tiie (Governor in relieving -: I First Quality
home of the bride's First Baptist
: parents
was reflected in:; the large f The 'courses' on both days will and will graduate 'in August him of many public appearances Reg. 49 Mr. iud Mrs. Mack A. Sweat of mirror over the buffet:! The buffet Executive Board J bc "frbm '2:30 ih-the afternoon to 'iir. ,'Ammon,, formerly' Gary, and other :routine matters -
the State Farm. Before herp
I held a central arrangement of .! 9:35'in'the: ) evehuigs. Irid. and,Baton Rouge La., where that consume much of the
marriage the bride was, Miss white gladioli and. bridal wreath. The executive board of the First \ he graduated from high school, Chief Executive's time. CHILD C
: Bobbie Fare Sweat The refreshment table and punch Baptist Church met Wednesday 0 :
attended Louisiana State Univer- Prior to the luncheon meeting,
table were decorated with arrangements afternoon at the church'JMrs. W. : RouseyWfnkjerEngagement sity in Baton Rouge. He Served Rotarians attendea Holy Week POlOS

: Junior Women of pink carnations B. Mundy Jr,.presided: Mrs. Muriel -i Told two years in the U. S; Marine services at noon in the first I

end white iris flanked by pink Norman opened the meeting I, -, .-' Corps: and is now attending Tulane Methodist Church. Misses Mara
:. Plan Dinner Meeting tapers in' crystal holders. v.ithprayer' Chairmen reported -- University where he is a Payne and Marcia Miller sang a S Short' Sleeves.

For New Members The many lovely and useful, on the work of their committees.Mrs. p. Junior in Business AdministraUon. duet ot Easter music. I First QualityMENS

gifts were on display on tables in' Haines closed 'the meeting 1,4? .
The Junior Woman's Club will the bedroom. with prayer. Thrre were 13'mem
After the wedding, the couple
have a dinner meeting Monday bers present. 0 0 BHS Track Team C
in the line :
Standing receiving will reside in.New Orleans. ., .
night, April 7. at 7 o'clockin the were Mrs. Dankel, Miss Gay her '

.. club building. Mrs. L. C. Hinson mother Mrs. Adolph Gay. and Circle FourVSCS Crusade Fails To PlaceIn SHORTS '
is of hostesses assisted Cancer ,, .
chairman Mrs; E. E. Tanner, mother of the 0 -
0 by Mrs. Lennard Register, Mrs. X. bridegroomelect.The Circle Four of the'First'Methodist eci Opens Drive' Oh, Fla.( : Relays
1 49c'L
: M. Smith. Mrs. Gene Long, and WSCS will meet Tuesday night Reg:
hostesses presented the -
Mrs. Harry Elrod] Jr. at 8 o'clock at the home of Mrs. r Encouraging. Note S First Quality
o honoree with the cold meat fork --. The Bradford '
High track
Eston Jordan 385 Alton Road. team
Reservations for dinner must in her chosen silver pattern as With the opening of the lt1 participated the
be made no later than Saturday, Mrs;. Drew Reddish will be co- Florida relaysat
a memento'of the occasion. Cancer Crusade there is much en-, Gainesville last
Saturday, comPEting -
: April 5. withMrs. Smith. phone
387-J. or Mrs.: Hinson 393-J after Approximately 150 guests called A couraging news in the held or research with nearly 700 athletes
during the appointed, hours from high schools throughout the
: 5p.m. WSCS To Meet,. and in the number of pa- 158...
7:30 to 9:30: o'clock: southeast. ,
= New members to be honored area cured 6t caTTCer. So
tients being "
Starke showed improvement in ". Cat! lit.
Mrs George Snell Mrs. Charles Circle Two of the Methodist,
Additional Cast far the most vital factor in the I individual performances, but fail-
: Meister Mrs. W.. E. Henderson, W.. S.. C. S. will meet, Monday '
cure ot cancer is the early diagnosis ed to place due. to the high calibre
Mrs. PaulHutchins, and Mrs. In Operetta Given afternon'at 3:30: o'clock in Fellow .
.. competition.
Jerome Johns. ship Hall. 0 with proper .treatment, but
The boys won their heat in the
.. >An international affairs proj Through error a portion of the research workers are attacking the on .mn "relay but did not place.Durink'theniile'riuvVernon .

: gram \rilUb / presented,, with cast was. omitted from the write- Sal Mineo Plays '.. ,0" 0 problem from many I angles with :: : Par-
fashions from different countries I up of the Mama Priest Kinder- 'Mit and,Mrs-William E.Jtoswey much progress being reported in menter stumbled and pulled a
S modeled. Mrs. garten operetta, "Wedding of Georgetown Fla., formerly. of various fields. muscle, but not seriously. '
.: in charge of arrangements. Flowers" presented on March 21. At Park TheatreSixteen Atlanta, Ga:, announce' the engagement 'The'l3ridf'ord county chapter ot .: Coach Dave Hurst extends an

The'otheS who'took part were: :,of their daughter, the American Cancer Society, invitation to the public to attend .
: Brownies To MeetThe" Forget-me-nots Dale Mabray bright new songs will Burney Naff, to George Austin headed 'by 'Miss Dot thy Alvatez, the track 'meets which' ire free. 1 iu'Shae
.. dressed in blue be heard in "Kock, Pretty Baby," Winkler of and Mrs.' E. "
I and Ruth Crosby, son Mr.- is presently stressing _the periodic The team will ItoPaIatka, ; --
: Brownie Scouts. will meet lend :white gowns with forget-me-. a gay and lilting musical him A. Winkler of Starke; examination tor early diagnosis: Monday. The*next home meet will '

Tuesday afternoon. Apr. 8. at 3:30: nots intheir: hair. coming to the. Park Theatre Sunday The 'marriage will take plac They will get into the fund drive be a triangular with Gainesvilleand the Plolits #in'St rhOne '

: o'clock at. the.horn of their leader. The beautiful fairy. ballet'was for a three-day- run. dai oirJuly k 25 in.the Emmanuel Epis at a later date. A later date tor Green Cove Springs participating -.
: Mrs. J. D. Warren 321 N. Myrtle Mineo, :tJohn: Saxon, and Luana **
by Jan Ritch. dressed a blue satin copal Church Welaka. diagnosis' may. DC an unhappy at':' bn" April 15.

a If St. and net ballet costume. Patten have the 'leadmg. roles. The 'bride-elect graduated from fair, sohaveyour'check-up; NO*.

;The tiny blue bells ringing the I Mineo_ ,' the Latin Juvenile who North Fulton High School in Atlanta -' Mrs; 'Mae"DickeF4.meral ris i

Wesleyan Guild time-for the wedding, were 'Van- became hit with one performance ahd'attended the Universityof Kangaroo Court
At Sanlord
ette .and Mona Cheryl Jones, opposite the late James Dean, Georgia; 'where she was a .
p Wesleyan Service Guild.Unit-2, dressed ,in beautiful blue gowns does a turnabout from the role of thember 'of Phi Mu sorority sh Session Is' Slated Friends I l
: vill meet Tuesday evening, Apr. here will j regret to '
with blue garlands in l their hair. the young delinquent to that ota graduated cum laude from the 'A '
8, at 7:30 o'clock at the home 'of t.:t.Mi"'dleb't' learn of the death of 'Mrs. Mae pw'
The soloists for the wedding was warbling baritone who' is popu University of Florida, a 1d.is now I 0 a't :
Mrs. Charles.Meister. 327 N. Walnut Dickens oirMqndSty: home
Archie ThomaS, who sangfl Uove lar with' "the employed, by the Duval County rx1
'girls. will
Kang rt be in Session of her Sis'tferv.ATrs'.iiA. B."Waiiace
St. with Mrs. J. T. Gruis as J FRIDAY SATURDAY APRIL 45
: co-hostess. You Truly. -The story concerns the trials Board of Public Instruction." _at;the Civic Club in Middle- in Sanf ord. AlrsI Dickens was iiisister ,

In the wedding were. the Dande- .and tribulations of a high school Mr: Winkler graduated 'from bufg' Friday night, April 4, at 'i 8 oi! W. G. Stringfe'Aow' of the "!

lions dressed in white with dandelion boys' orchestra struggling to become Bradford High School;, and attended p.. m.. as a, f aturM- the ClayCountyCentennial State farm, McT-fcas< ', fretjuent WATCHES

... headpieces. They were Leon- recogmzed, and is enhanced 0 the University Florida.: Celebration. visitor in Starke. ;=:
ard Conner, Archie Thomas; Sam the Heis now employed bythC'F1orida4 : (d oUJjo
by presence of Luana Patten, ,0ne oulstariding case will be }"Funeral .services. were held in Ladies andGent's
: a Group
McAliley, and Richard Studstill. former child star, now grown into, National Guard. the'trial: of 'Hotr. Tom ''Adams Sanford Wednesday moon at q !..
TheTuIips were' dressed in rainbow a beautiful- young- woman.- State Senator, who will be defended 3:30: o'clock. are th m'here oJ ELGINS

is (((5Oth1 colors, each carrying &:lovely Trailer LightsBeing by ,Hol}. Sam 'Saunders. were Mr. and Mrs. .'; I" ,
to match' her.dress..They *
charge against 49.50ANY
Madison SfreetcMch' InstalledBy The 1 Sen. Adams Mrs. Ininan Green. and Mrs;> Joe
were Clare :Ann Raulerson Nancy has not been made public as' yet, E. Wilson.' p -4
LNNIYZMAZY Struth K thet1iie ,Peek; and/Sue OLD WATCHIS
; '" Bonds: Boat Owners but is is sure to be a "serious"

Hurst. Are ,SelKngJFast 'hi FIorid ,.Highway Patrol one-it is said. Expanded Farm WORTH $20 in TRADE on Them
There will also be a parade of .
Woman's Club
_The Madisont/Streets! 'Baptist' reports-that many owners of boat beards during the evening to determine Housing Loan
.. To Meet t April 9 : trailers'are confused by recent the of growth.
Church building-'bond drive has, progress Program Planned INTERLOCKING SETS
: Good Reading successfully' taken'; ar&,of nearly : nrws articles concerning direction' Also, the' ladies':will be iven' the I DIAMOND
Florida-Land of Flowers" will half of.the'hew $75,00ff! struct,: at signal lights'on their rigs. opportunity to" 'show off' their, An farm ,

: for. theWhole be" the program topic presentedby ure"I- .' County' 'Jiidge T. A: Yawn'Q. otes festive" Centennial attire: program expaned designed housing loan $85 Val. 52-50j$79-5iv( L
the 'Department 'of, Conservation : the State.law s''equirtng'd1rect- speed up 45.00
"'Citiz Bradford
s County are
L" A. Canova commended the, farm building
: and
FamilyNews at' the' Starke' Woman's : icnal lights on the rear end oftrailers' invited to''come: 6 to Middle- i _,
two teams for the fine job they improvement, 'as" well
.. i ClubApril: meeting next o'clockit Wednesday'afternoon : -0, are doing: Arch Thomas, r. and exceeding 24 inches in burg ,and,.join the fun. an additional anti-recession as serve measure as- $75 Val.$65Val.l. 2.501$69.50 Val. 39.50
at.3:30: width and f or if the end of the
J.' F, Jaudoh'i ,re".,the rteaifa cap. was announced this week
the club house. -' 0 trailer.,or the load.being towed is r '
: Facts The speaker, Mrs. 'Herman E-, talns.' : ,.:, aore thin'14 feet'from the center UnemploymentInsurance by Harlan R. Ellis Farmers Home

Hafele of 'Jacksonville, an accredited -. Mr. Canova expressed the hope,: post of the steering. wheel of .the Paid Administration County Supervis ,. 35.00 I .. ,
weather permittingcon'
camellia show Judge arid : car. or.An
Farcify Features : stn ction would begin by the first Totals $24,283Unemployment; owner of a farm in agri-
n'-assodate 'judge' of artistic arrangements : Apparently, the T law would apply
of next week. Ben[FJ Hall will bthe 1., ... cultural production and on which. Your Chance of Life-time., 1
:will be presented by general cohtractof the; to every boat on a trailer; Judge 'Insurance payments the operator plans to produce at a "I
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Mrs. Frazier Shaw, chairman. 0- : Yawn said: since the distance of j
Tt s. Christian Scienc Monitor f !St.units. in Bradford County. made least $400 worUi 'ot farm commodities to Own a Fine Diamond
: On Norway $** boston 15, Max.Fj .- The annual reports of all officers I the rear end of any boat mounted i to persons who lost their jobs for sale or home use

I ; .od'your newspaper for tU tim will be given atthis"meet, Cub Pack 307To'Yhitfl4Studio on a trailer would necessarily be. through no'fault of .their ..owilast' may now qualify for the four per
S .t.ck d.' Enclosed find my chick or more than 14 feet from the"cent:
ing. year totalled $24,283, according cent long-term housing loan, pro-
S monty order. I y,or$18 Oiinonrht H stessesfor the afternoon will I : er post of the carVteering! wheel; to a report of the State vided that he,meets other stand- DRESSER SETS -- 20% OFF
: : }9 Q 3 month $4050 QHomt Likewise the law *ould seem'to
be:Mrs.Jesse Newsome chairman, Industrial Commission.Payments and eligibility requirements. Formerly -
S 5- ; "cub, met 0; include most trailers,. even without '
Shellie Scout Pact 3W. ; 'at the
Mrs.'Charles Harris Mrs; statewide totalled an eligible applicant had
.. -a Haff/THrST'C.. 7T Frazier.'MK,, Presbyterian assembly..hall on; boats and it 'advised that $13,859,729, the greatest amount Ur own' a;farm;that produced a COSTUME SETS -" 20% OFF
Friday night March 28. Al !: all 'aUer'ownerS heed this safety -- '
: Crosby substantial r
S Claude" Crowson. Mrs; Ed Simpson : paid, in ,single. year"since the more part of the op
t Address Mrs. A. E. McKinney, Mrs. W,. Cubmaster, presided and Den 13 i precaution 0I ; insurance benefits program be- erator's annual cash income.

eS S. Blade Mrs. S. B. McMaines,, gave a skit on Alaska. A film oh I 'Several. owners of Boat trailers gan in 1939.' The program now Borrowers may "Use loan funds '

: City Zone State Mrs. W. H. Nollman. and ,Mrs. J,, Alaska was also shown. 'j I I were' busy installing .directional ccvers 800000"etnptofteror( ) .mos bUild, improve, or-: repair 'farmhouses Waterman Pen Sets :

b. L.4 .J.1I.A }LRit h. .4 Wans4 VerS made for the Pack, signal lights on their rigs this Florida firms with four or more or other essential farm i/

.- tq<<; visit the television program!; week "in .compliance- with:the- sta1tute. workers., buildings. and to provide water 17.95 24.95
Popeye Playhouse on April 9. The ;; j Unemployment Insurance for: farmstead ,,nd ho'usehold! use. -

I Drapes' boys 'wffl go to Jacksonville in fa vides j bless 'workers with, "tide pro- Mr. Ellis said that hi. addition to /;"
Lenten'Cantata. '
Upholstery school leaving Starke Ele financing 'construction, the
Jj bus over" income to bridge the gap Less $5 Trade-in
''I mentary'about: 2:30": Alf cut S t'F6FId l iIlh between 'The''most' anyonecan loan- funds' tail help meet many .- _
: jobs. i
scouts who plan:to go'should cod- draw.th'a single'year, in other needs for farm and f arnthme
I 1 j .r.; Slip Covers -'Seat:Covers tact their den mothers /u soon 'Cf tiui'A Florida is 480. The benefits extend modernization, such as adding '

as ble.'j'I 'thiomns ntflity rooms, 52-Piece Set
:::: : : Ii of up"to 1'6"w ka in any
- : r \:I'I'' t Large Variety of psign,;.Jmct. 4 'i Lenten Cantata. will be presented 52-week period beg nj 1g"' with Better .kitchens and',many other --

Materials To Select From BAKE SALE BAZAAR : toy the'Madisbn Street a$ the date .of filing the first unemployment improvements to the home as Wm. Rogers and Community Silverplate
tist' Choir Friday mfnt at'.So'clock well as to the farm service build-
: CALL 239 A bake sale and Easter Bazaai in 'the Cafetoriuni 'of the claim. ings. While tenants and farm NOW '
.: : is being held on the; porch of the I: Starke SCHOOL. The benefits are paid from the laborers are not eligible the oWner 20% OFFGE
Starke Hotel-W. Call street. Sat State Unemployment Insurance
0 may borrow) ;to.,do,instruction
: tI For Free Estimates urday morning"from 10 o'clock "The even ,Last Words oCht" Fund to which all-liable'employ* work ,or-make, improvements for

I 3 o'clock] Sponsored, bythe; Starke i to/ Theodore DUboLs, will ers contribute up to 2.9 per-cent them. JEWELRY

SHEPHERD'S: RADIO & TV Garden'c1uD.; f I'r:' be 'P rftrth,. d; Tjfiiis',Has) becomeerne.'of' o! taxable payrolls. on the first.I "The loans are made to farm :

toe. most. .popular of ai $3,00,0 wages. of each worker in a'' owners who need credit to financebuilding' M Slarke's Leading

,.' Y' ,. INMAN D. ,GREEN Onter'S TIlE RIGirf POINT, for the Lenten cantatas.. ;fh effeit,is*tak. year, improvements' or repairs, : Jeweler
: wa1"'oD'Iwrfte'Corillf'1n and wlert en fr, n .tAe scripture as'recordec, Weekly' benefit amount- ranges bur find'that adequate credit is

Phone. 239 Starke.. ,. Florida, your favorite ESTERBBOOB by the Gospel writers, Matthew 4:; from a minimum of $10 to a not available through banks or 109 E. Cair, T h. 170
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THURSDAY. APRIL 3,195S r "r ,ImADFOBI1:00UNT'f: TrL lPEIy 'I' n.bBlD.- J'oH ,--p"'r -"' rt3F :IV1N

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r Mr. and Mrs. J. A. KedUn of- Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Dill spent 4 : r I grounds parks and proposed sites Recent Birth,

Chicago, ilL; were visiting-Jdr. and the weekend with ,relatives in # .. after 'which he made recom- [[
Mrs.' George Kaulmann and family Jacksonville., ; ,_ .8I w ud un now to use them i Mr. and Mrs. John Freeman of

from Wednesday to Sunday.: Mrs. Charles Hardy'-and daughter f the best advantage for the Hawthorne announce the birth ofa

I Lee'' Chambersbroke his "arm' ..Carolyn spent last Thursday least amount of money. 1 daughter. Nancy Virginia on

last week taking a boat off the in Palatka with her mother Mrs. I I ..McCarthy ctered suggestions -', April 1 at Doctor's Hospital.

a top of his_car while on a fishing ,G.; E. McGauley.- > First that have been proved satisfactory
Nis -
and could be adapted
s <
trip.Lt. Miss Barbara ,student at ,.
CoL J: A. Gntfln"and Mjr. Charity Hospital, New' 'Orleans. o local n .eds. Bradford County Hospital an-

H. M. Hatcher' Jr'w re'in Little,La. win be home for the- Easter He proposed a city-wide surveyto nounces the following births:
Patient learn exactly what is needed
Karen Reddish !:Rock Ark. on business from Tuesday weekend.
has the chickenpox
Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Hutto and will
end where. Then his office
Mr. and Mrs. Morrison
t and little Paul Faulkner has fajmily and Mr.: and Mrs. Brad to Thursday. Mrs. Maxie Carter, Sr.. :spent make 'suggestions as to how to Thompson -

pneasleL Locke and son of J ckson ] Mr. 'and Mfg-Joe Martinez and list Thursday night'with Mr: and apply this information to a work- of Mazville a son, Martin Le-

Mrs. T. Thomas of Valdosta .were visiting Mrs. L. 's. iJJel I Mrs. A. W; Redgrave spent Mon- Mrs. Cl1ton-Buff in Jacksonville.Mr. At New rble plan. land, Mar. 26.

spent last Thursday! ko Saturdaywith and family and Mrs. Shellie Hall day_to Thursday with relatives in and Mrs. Elton Smith' and This, will enable Starke to re- Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Williamsof

Mrs. Bertha'Fearce. On Friday on Sunday. Tampa I family wer visiting their pai nts.r. ceive professional assistance Starke. a daughter. Vickie Lee,
Al'd i1Y
they attended the funeral of!I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Parker of I Mr. and Mrs, Carl Johns attended and. Mrs. M. M.; Boatwrightand Rest developing a modern recreation Mar. 26. .
an aunt Mrs. J. b. Kinard of the' Utilities Convention in'Or-: Mrs. J. B.,Smith, in Alma program.
Cocoa will spend the weekend Mr. and Mrs.Edwin Conway of
Umatilla':.who was buried in Wal- with Mrs. U S.' Hutto and family.I lando, on Sunday to Wednesday ot Ga. over the weekend. EVERGREEN Starke a son, Edwin Eisha Con-
do: Mrs. Curtis Lee spent several
Den 5 of Cub Scout Pack 70' andtheir last week.
Home way, Jr, Mar 26.
'Mr., and Mrs. x..M. smith and .parents enjoyed? a weiner Mjr.and Mrs. H. M. Hatcher Jr. days last week in Live Oak with

family'were visiting Mr. and Mrs. roast at the home of W. H. and, family are spending ,the ,!!:a.s- her brother-in-law.. J. L. Foster, a Sunday School 10 a. m. Preach Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Crawford of
ing 11 'a. m. 'Training Union 6:30p.
who Ill.Attending. s-
George Bolden ,in Jacksonville 'Thompson Jr. last Friday,night. ter weekend with her mother was Lawtey a son Gordon Chris, Mar.
m. Preaching m.
i Sunday. Mrs. V, v. Hazen spent several Mrs Sarah Barton, in Atlanta.Mr. the all day district p. 27.
Meeting 7:30
Irs.. Irene Roberts of Palatka days last. week with Mrs. E. M. and 'Mrs. Carl Johns are meeting of the Methodist W. S. C. Wednesday : p. m. -

n is spending the Easter holiday Hazen of Brooker at the home of spending next week in .New Or S. in Ocala on Wednesday of last '
week were Mrs. C, D. Williams, Share tfte Profits in Star
with Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Thomas. J Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Strayhorn in leans"where 'Mrs. Johns will un-

Wildwood. Mrs. E. M. Hazen dergo a general checkup at the Mrs. F. S. Smith, Mrs. G:S. New- ...'.;, >:,.. '''__--:,.. yvr*vi.'jSirs. 11 s
Wayne Mixon of Jacksonville who has been' quite ill, has been Oestner Clinic comb. Mrs. Bertha Pearce, Miss
was visiting his uncle and aunt transferred to the Marion General Mrs. Jesse Newsome accompanied Kate Struth, Mrs.'W. L. Blair and Mrs. Rosa Allen, '86. first patient Rosa Allen first guest

}[r.' and Mrs. Drew Reddish, last Hospital in Ocala rand 'was -her- daughter, Mrs. Morris Miss Amy Coburn.: in Starke's new convales- enjoys her dinner at the new !
!Mrs. P.'Barefoot entered cent home opened on March 18, Tyus Convalescent Home
Saturday. visited by ''Mrs. M. F. Hazen last Williams and children, to their ; { open- i
Bradford'Conty Hospital Thursday by Mr; and Mrs. H. K. Tyus has ed in the old
Mrs. Charles Fields and children Saturday and Mr. and Mrs. V. V. home in Folkston, Gal: prom Sun hospital buildingon ii
of Jacksonville are spending this Hazen and M. F. Hazen on Wed. Pay to Tuesday after Mrs :"wil- for.mg ry. been a resident of Bradford county March 18. i,

week with her parents Mr. and nesday. liam and children had been ''visit ,Mr.and Mrs,'H. E.:Bradley*and for over 60 years. She had been !
in;nursing home in Jacksonvillebut wing that will be opened latervhich
Mrs. 0.,W. White Sr. while Mr. '* Ii ins her parents for. several weeks. son.. Steve,, spent the weekend in -
's'gtl: and Mn John Elder t > says she is much happier here will include a sitting room
Fields is on a fishing trip.llr. Louis HillendanI Is conifned In Orlando as guests of.Mr; and Mrs. '' FRIDAY SATURDAY .. APRIL 4-5
I and family of Tort Sill Okla. and because she can be near her .or patients who are able to be ,
and Mrs: One Wiggins and the Halifax Hospital Daytona Q P. Brooks. Mr. Bradley, an'I ;
Mrs., J. O. BraceweU of Mobile, friends and have company more up and around.Mr. .
children were in Jacksonville Sunday l Beach for a week agent fer.Liberti, National WE GIVEShopportunity
following minor
Ala. were visiting the M. D. Elder I frequently._ Tyus is the anesthetist at _
their aunt, Mrs. }I'. surgery on Tuesday. Life Insurance Co., Mha's been I
visiting E. O. Elder and M. L. Elder transferred to-the Orlando diStiic,1 Mrs.. Tyus said they expect thave the Bradford county hospital and

G. Hemmlngway of Starke. whois families'the past week. Mrs. Charles Hardy and son and will remain in Orlando while a total of five patients after Mrs. Tyus has been employed as a ,Days
seriously ill at the home of her Chase are confined with the at that and at
mea- the flrst'of the month. They have nurse hospital
Mr. A2C an(1'.Mrs. Johnny_Wall and his family ,,will stay here until '
and"'daughter sles.
In-1aw andMrs.
IOn- ( ,
single! and double rooms and aCity Doctors' Hospital. !
Alexander. family of Smokey Hills .A1<'H, Kas. school is out PROFIT
H. E. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Doyle were SHARINGCOUPONS
Mr. and Mrs. Drew.Reddish and are home on a 30-day leave with visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. A. GeigerIn Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Thomas Chapter served as, chairman of

family will spend the weekend his parents, Mr. and Mrs.. J. E.! 'Green Cove Springs on Sunday and family of Palatka former FiguresTo this year's show and Paul Hut-

with her mother Mrs. W. H. Ed- Wall Jr. afternoon.Mr. Starke residents are moving backto chings. Bradford Chapter advisor,

wards to Jacksonville.All \\Mr. and Mrs. Max Furlong of .and Mrs. P. D. Fancher, Sr their home at 261 S. OrangeSt. Save MoneyOn was program chairman. ;

of the Jstarke ElementarySchool Gainesville spent the weekend had as guests Mr. and Mrs. W. E. this week. Mr. Thomas is an The local chapters express ap- '.'

4th grade classes spent with her parents, Mr. and MTS. V. Fancher of Birmingham Ala. over agent for the Liberty National Coin Counting preciation for the interest shown 9 -

Hazen.Evelyn. Life Insurance Co. by the large crowd attending the
Thursday at Silver= Springs. V, the weekend and Mr. and Mrs. '

Sinclair celebrated her Charles Cloversettle of Tampa on Mr and Mrs. Clarence Taylor It costs money to make money show from here and to the local Get the Habit of Trading in Starke Where
seventh birthday on Wednesday of Sunday. and family of Kissimmee spent purchasers of steers for. their sup-

l BBI H H last week with a small party far D. S. Dansby of Panama City the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. B.. $o they say but City Council took port. Your Business is AppreciatedROBBINS'

seven of her little friends. was visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. O. L. Moxley Jr. steps at the'regular meeting Tues-

Pvt. Raymond Stefenelli, Joe Dansby and family over the week- Mr. and Mrs. S. K. Hudson and day night to cut down on thelcost ;I Survey ProposedTo

Florida.THEATRE Konde.and George Voehrager of end. children of Brewton Ala. were of counting m ney. A girl

Fort Henning, Ua. spent the week- Mr, and Mrs. Robert Nappe of weekend guests'.of Mr. and Mrs. spends at present two or' more I Determine

end with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Glenview HI and Elden Mathews, Tyler Jones. full days each month countingthe

StefenellL The Stefeneilis also Sr. of Cordele Ga. were weekend Mr: and Mrs. Charles Knight of 'change from the parking

had as Sunday guests Mr. and guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elden Gainesville were visiting relatives meters. Council decided to buy a Recreation NeedsThe The Store Of Values

Mrs. Bob Stefenelli and family of Mathews Jr. in Starke Sunday afternoon.: coin separating machine at Starke Recreation Board,
Gainesville; aid Mr. I and :Mrs. Al. Mrs. Billy Dowling Is getting $161.45, which they have on trial.
and Lawson
'bert Stefenelli and Betty Carusoof along nicely in Bradford County SjSgt.: Jerry The machine will do the job in at its regular meeting Wednesday
and children of Orlando
SATURDAY, APRIL 5 'Jacksonville. Hospital after an emergency appendectomy -[ were about 20 minutes and with the night, heard a talk by Charles R.

DOUBLE FEATURE Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Moyer of Monday morning.Her Ewell visiting his parents.the Mr.weekend.and Mrs. coin wrapping machine owned by : McCarthy manager of the rec-
Jacksonville will spend*the weekend mother, Mrs. Roy Mathewsof over the city will save this employee'stime reation department of the Florida Stare the Profits in Star

THE:TOWN Of : Palatka. is staying with the Mr. and Mrs..M W. Lance and and eliminate a' dirty and Development Commission.Mr. .
with their
daughter and fam
'e Dowling children during her confinement daughter. Babs, spent the week- unsanitary Job. McCarthy an expert in his 1 1 1Q
HASTEN ily Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Strick-
WAllOW end in Way cross, Ga. with Mr
City Clerk Carl Johns reported field discussed ways meansof
_!.IHUTUTpUYEjJINB land.Mr. Mrs. Carl Rhyne of St. Petersburg and Mrs. R. N. Carswell and family -, Briefly on a meeting he',,attended improving recreational activi- $cd
and Mrs W. P. andfamily' '
was the weekend guest of Their granddaughter, Miss, concerned' with municipal'power ties in Starke, utilizing present,
Tallahassee e
of will be Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Vining. The Vickie Carswell ,returned with, and water plants. He said that' facilities. : : S
weekend guests ot Mr. and Mrs. S. holiday them to the week.
as.Easter spend
Vinings also have of play-
kll.w, S. otherjclties who"own plants have He was taken on a tour
R guests,,Mrs. Marguerite* Dickens 'Among those' home"this ''weekend :: some of the 'same- problems wee I / '/ s

W Miss Sandra" Johns-- -is. spendingR'ednesday of Marianna and Mr. and Mrs. for the Easter holiday have here. One is the fact that

k to Monday in South Proctor Snow of Dublin, Ga. Jackie Hobbs. Nancy Bates; Jer the cities spend' little, time and
Florida. ,She will Join Her.sorority I ,Mr. and Mrs. Tyler Jones and ome Edwards; Douglas Nolin and l money presenting the facts to the FRIDAY, SATURDAY APRIL 4-5

..... Zata Tau Alpha at the Easter d daughter Sandra, were Monday Agnes Lawson, all from FSU.' users while the privately owned
C1REYIi0JMwrC morning Sunrise. Service In Fort evening supper guests Mrs.,Aggie -, .
PHIL Miss Pat Beecher of South companies devote much time and
_'O' Lauderdale :Jones.m"' a11ahaI ., Georgia College spent the weekend .. money to public' relations. '

with Mr. and Mrs. Carl L It was'called to the attention :LUCKY ,SPRING .
S1wre the-Pro/ilsin St rl Johns. The Johns also had as Fri, of the councilman that an unauthorized 9

day'evening dinner'guests]"Dannj r truck'was'hauling dirt PURCHASE SPECIAL

Johnson Bill Pritchard and Gent from the old city dump. Decision e P&oriT5

Shaw of U. of. F. was made to put up "no trespassing" -
Miss Lu Green and fiance Duke! "signs. '

Bishop both of the University ol f tower .in. ShopportunitySPECIAL
: Fencing of the water r NEW 1958
Miami spending the Eastei
the recreation area, will cost an
holiday with Lu's parents Mr. 11 .
estimated $600 for materials. The
A MOA.COP! PICTURE and Mrs. Green.1Miss
work' will be done by city em- !
"...---.-..--- Carol Jennings and classmates CONSOLETTE ENSEMBLE
FRIDAY SATURDAY APRIL 4-5 from Brenau College Gain: ployees. '
Plus "Heir Conditioned" Cartoon Mayor Jackson told the mem-
esville Ga., Miss Christina Wis-
.- i bers that,he has been given some LADIES TABlE
burn of Chiwawa, Mexico, anc I AT PRICE OF MODEL
cedar trees which the city may
MENS SHORT SLEEVE SHIRTS Miss Janet Springer of Aruba
: have if they will move them. He .
SUN., MON. TUES. Netherlands, West Indies an
also told of an opportunity to get
spending the Easter holiday will!:
April '6 "frS
'government salvage plane for
Carol's parents.Dr. and Mrs. L.
I SANFORIZED the cost of hauling. It was decided tAr
Iw lliaauat!';ERNESTIEIIIIIGIIATSaa.ifrA 1 H. Jennings. to investigate the cost of movingthe THIS ZENITH TV ..

4 if to
plane and reasonable
Horticulture place it in the recreation area allan .

Set For April 7 added attraction. ,
Sizes Small To r
Extra Large At Legion HomeThe FFA Steer Show /I/tI2 BY LEADING I +

> Home Demonstration,Club::; $ INDEPENDENT ,
Reg. $1.75 of the county) under the supervision Brings Profitr I I TESTING LABORATORY

of Home DeinonstratioAgent .
Dorothy Ross and Count:r [Continued from Page 1]

Now 99 Agent George Huggins are .
(Oct KJCSCl sBHFEI JONO.WITM10 K SO| a horticultural clinic ii:; profit'was large: $129.20: becausehis S

'"'= was a home-grown animal.
PNKMA.SCOPE gSJ' the American Legion building a! Have
te Mathews. .Shadd. and England Hurry -- ri
the Fair Grounds on April 7. Thi y

Plus' "Red Riding Hoodwinked MENS WORK PANTS meeting will begin at 2' p. m. are FFA members while Smith of Bradford and. Dampier Chapter 5,0 IN STOCK

Cartoon ., r All garden club members, an having an interest ii:1
ADMISSIONS FOR THIS everyone Red ribbons were awarded to
plant problems is invited to com e --
SHOW ONLY: Grey or Tan and bring specimen of a plan t Shaddand Mathews netting S

Adults Matinee\ ___ 75e or bug that is giving them trou. themwhite an additional $6 each; and LADIES
& Sun. 90c ribbons went to England HOSE
Adults Evening t
S q
All 25c $3.00 Value ble.Two .. C' and Smith, for an extra' (4 each. swlvE
Children, Day experts in horticulutri e '
: .The Grand Champion of theEhow
Students, Mon. & Tues. 50c from the Extension Service of thi 1I
RECOMMENDED ADULTENTERTAINMENT EACH OR University of Florida, Sylveste:r owned by, Bobby' Thomas
$2-59 of Santa Fe, brought 70 cents apound. RepairPROTECT t'
Rose'and Ralph White. will be a:t 18JY5WI
-J .
I Average price paid was 36 1I
1ir1J the meeting to help solve you
cents a slight increase over last
WED., THUR, FRI.. problems. They will also 'identif:r year's '33 cents.Attendance 1 '
APRIL S,-lQ, 11 plants if you' have one that i: Model
FOR $ OO at Tuesday's shows Zwtth OTM VUM"VIIS
-- unknown to I wtt AM
you. A2221Y
2 5 and ,sale topped the 1957 event I *TOP TUNING *ta.ooo VOLTS OF
This Is an opportunity;that dividedby I **
and admission fees will be PICTURE POWER "f-gni
TAB HUNTER offered in the count; FACE
not been Jackson's Livestock Market j TUBE CINEUNS J6LA.S3

-Sar. :......-_....... before and the sponsors urp e among the FFA ''chapters' participating -...'.o. k .1 **SPOTUTE PULL-PUSH DIAL ON/OFF*TONE CONT CONTROL

everyone,'w'take'adv ntage of in t'. in the Gainesville area. ,T 1'*tW SPEAKER EASY OUT FACE
[HAHREAUEscadrille ,; to come, and stay for all or a ;r I CLASS
year the -local chapters received -
J Fruit-of-the-Loom part of the meeting, and to bspecimens. S350' fr uf'thiS source.Joe'Wcoaradvisbr .
.If you have nojprob ',C ottdJ lJUS FEWER SERVICE
; !<1: of tfie'SfarkV .
and enjoy thi 0.- '

HOSE S E lem meeting., come Everyone anyway is Invited., I 11111.(, '! :; II HEADACHES

Carrat Rites your WER'SfaseBUY "AtI"-" t HNITH"HYia, SAVE!"HOUZOKTAl.


Dtoctedby: WUUWI REG. $1.35 t 'Funeral services for Gus Carrawere I Printed Circuitry to a TV chassis us Ittdcostly N
fc ftiii-.-. IassddMlflP l held Sunday afternoon'' at ; repair bills and may also cause MTMC*
-- : 'Avon Park. Mr./.Carry: 3t v' ,, "*. ACT. ,NOWlEASY I delars.zenithuseshandcrm.ostsndardw-. <
Now OnyBarhJdaies" I o'clock,,in i 1 cultry tot greater cperatln9'd.pend baJ
Plus: "Guided Muscle" Cartoon was the brother of A. H. Carry LQW'COST LIABILITY INSURANCE ( TERMS I and fewer service Jieadaches.It costs, Z***
to use handcrafted circuits but It CM
_. manger: and owner of the Par!k more -
*- test to maintain Zenith .
-. Theatre In Starke. : > r' S ,.. you

., THUR;,FRU-APR.2, CARD OF THANKSWe > No Membership Fee* 6 Mo. Policies FREE 90-DAY SERVICE

3, 4,.}VJLLR CEIYE..FREE wish to' 'thaok-alFof: ,"our: .... .

friends and neighbors for the r ,': : .n' pf:=.-: : --.' ""
8 X. .,10, PHOTO .OFSands.., -
kindness during.my recent IllnessOur ; INKIER ELECTRIC SEmi

special"''thanks to the personnel DOYLE. j. CONNER AGENCY-

Jommy IIJ Starke, I Florida itsthr-'Bradford Count;
Phone 166 234 N. Temple Ave. Starke Fla.
Hospital and to Dr P. G. Felos.I .-- lsb W. Call Street Phone 285 ,

I Mrr and MJ&.H B, totes. I-





McDavid 1100.At Gerald Lamar Bevis. 22. both of W.C.T.J.(

I Ii II i PropertyAt present Mr. McUavid is Sandcrscn. attempted to outrun

I building a large home at an estimated Highway patrolman Reid Harrellof

Variety I Pompano cost of $75.uoo on a knoll the weights division in a chase THE BEST WAY TO BREAK'
overlooking the banta Fe Kiver. from the intersection of 16 and

; ;? kt( Brings $1,368,480 J He plans to raise beef cattle and 23 in Raiford, down 16 to Starke. [ NATIONAL VOICE
Show already has a herd of 60 Santa Patrolman Harrell clocked Dob-

I A. F. McDavid.former Fompa- Getrudas. son's car at 110 miles per hour

no Beach dairyman whO is now er-tering the curve approaching

Scores [; I buildng: a.home and developing a Stolen Automobile the corner of Grand and Brown-
where the auto started skidding
: | tract of 1.800 acres in the frest- re -

ern part of Bradford County, recently Found Near Jax hit two power poles and

sold his South Florida turned over two and a half times

Another ii'I j1t :: property for $1,368.480/ according Mack U Griffis of Lawtey is before coming to rest right side ea e

I riding once again after recoveringhis up. The accident occurred about
March za!
to a news story in the
car, stolen March 24. He had C:45.. Your house
t I issue of the Fort Lauderdaleews.
Success i left the keys in the car while be Dobson was thrown 57 feet
? be hauntedby
enjoyed a fish supper at the Dave landing under a porch with such may
The News said that the Mc-
1 .. Tanner home north of Lawtey on force he went unseen by a man the dangers ofUNDER
( 1j David property would be used as
L LScngs U. S. 301.Deputy. sitting on the porch.
the site fora new broward Coun-
tt.. Sheriff Russell Kedding Dobson'is reported in "satis- -
r ( where 1,300 toi.s6o
;f! ty communty immediately alerted the Sheriffs' factory" condition suffering froma

.J ':. ".!;t- homes and construction.a bolf course The are !department and the Florida High- fractured vertebrae, multiple INSURANCE !
--- -'_ ,_s__ _'- I planned will be located way Patrol, but the car was not cuts'and abrasions. He is reported According to experts u
: ;;' "''" "' 'i giant development located until Friday. It was to have been going to the Army many as 7 out of 10 house
fi" 1-.1 .,. ...1J-' .. '.';. I ou a 547-acre tract or southwest the former of found abandoned by Sgt. Ward of Tuesday. holders are in this ghastly
"J. .. .. -. ,. I McDavid property the Duval County Patrol in the Gerald Bats, the passenger, predicamenLTheirpresent

't ,Cfllt JA."U '!'- ; j Pompano Beach. vicinity of Jacksonville. was treated for bruises and lacerations insurance isn't enough to

UtS". r ""'-'" J The .property was sold last SUrke insurance agent Doyle and released from the hospital cover the full value of
If 1 ,t.l(1)t'( ( dances and skits I production ais caught by the their preperty if it were
J'fJ combined month to Harold J,.. Broilliar and Conner stated that the car receiv- Sunday.
'tr 4r .S taI I I last Friday and Saturday' camera,- a rrshown here: destroyed by fire or other
George O. Palmer, as trustees, by ed only minor damage. Dobson was charged with reck-
\ ,;' L t 1 nights for another successful va- Upper left: Margaret Miller A. F. and 'Mildred J. :McDaVId. less driving. disaster. Make sure you

riety show staged by the Junior ia the midst of a monologue The 1956 Ford total have all the protection you _
car. a was a -
rTiI' 4 P about the trials and tribulationsof The McDayids recently pdrcnas. need. Call ua for a
Woman's Club to benefit its ed 1,800 acres southwest of Brook- 110 Mile An Hour wreck. A big power transformer prop. ____
: QI.IT swimming pool fund. a lady at baseball game. landed on the autos' top after erty insurance check-up. _
er, paying a total of ?93.soo. an
S 1 tftW( Aptly titled, "Conglomerama,", At left: Two views of clever average of $52 per acre. The Chase Ends In the pole was chopped into three

J41 1'wi the show evidence a lot of hard fence numbers presented by pupils largest parcel "82 acres was pur- pieces. This resulted in a temporary -

: ;j jJ ?.A 1 uork on the part of the cast and of Patty Harrod. chased from the late 1!:. A. Gain- Flying SmashupDonald power failure to some sections.
tPj the versatile writerdirectorac- Above: Harry Rabb Jr. [left H C Wall Agency
for $:iIiOVO, and the second
tor, R. G. [Bubbal] White Jr. presents his version of the new ey
largest, zo:) acres, trom Howard Dobson 19, is in Brad-
; Mr. White displayed his versa- s&.Cltl! dresses, and Ned Yancy _
it 1i tility in several skits, and was shew off the latest in chemises.. Wait for $31,3UO.; bmaller .purchases ford County Hospital as the result THE RIGHT POINT for the Phone: 146 _

particularly] good in the. closing I Sam Zack served as master of were made from W. c. of a 110 mile an hour race way you write. Come In and select '200 E. Call Street
Stalnaker, $2,500; Woodrow Shaw, with the law Friday night. _
number, "It's In The Book. ceremonies for the fast moving your favorite ESTERBEOOK

nL : Some of the highlights of the h-rj.1'tjnn A4...,bWS&. $2,000: ; and Bigham Enterprises, Dobson and his companion. Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH. I I Starke, FU.!

.. _. _ _
LI1 ..J ;: iRw : 4' :' ; : '

-J 2500 Attend *_Sjj1t Rent It Trade It



Of Clay ElectricAbout ?!' '" -" 'z : -'1 *i14" I 20 WORDS__OR LESS. Oae ImmrrHom (Mlalnam Claret) _h '-__, .Ta


2,500 people from 12 25* ADDITIONAL": BLIND ADS OR ADS XOT PAID If! ADVANCE.

nearby counties attended the all-

day 19th annual meeting of the CLASSIFIED DISPLAY ______ nS P.. I. Phat I. .rtlo.
".00 PKR vrwvon .%MB AD BFPBATKD: :
Clay Electric Co-operative, Inc.,

Dn'March 27 at Keystone Heights. OP THA\K (Vp T. M W.r..) ___..___ n.oe

Members of the board of trustees CHER SO WORDS ___n_ 4 .ut. Pet w...

re-elected were H: H. 'Surrency MEMORIALS ANt RESOLUTIONS -.______ 4 CM p., w.,.
:district: 3. Hawthcme; and Hicks

Griffin, district 7, Lake City. Incumbent I FOR SALE

:: Director R. R. Andrews
14 t1 Ii /W1I z Story Frame HOBK. 4 feed room, Wanted
of New River was unseated by a KKrhra nod Dlalac Room. : CostumesFOR

write-in vote for Russell Green of .
Brooker, 187-186. '1 Q CWT ...11.01. Baha st L CLAY COUNTY

The morning session devoted pmhiaatloB Wagon fer eat er two
_ _ I was .0"... CENTENNIALIf
-- t p ,. registration. of membersand

Speed Is UrgedIn jIn..O(: :-jinf to the success of the I to entertainment. Two Bradford Ii I 3 I J rut hallow eoBdltloa.L.Well. Electric Pnap, aer- you would like to dispose of

Sereoi Eradication Program County 4-H girls, Virginia 1 ) your Starke Centennial Cos-

Reporting that all livestock owners i inspect Parrish' and Linde Gayle Green, ww 't ti A. WYNNlIampt tumes and at the name time

Screwworm Cases animals legularly and report all I gave a demonstration of "Care ... n. Fla. help the Junior Woman's Club
--- -
suspicious cases immediately to I and Use cf the Electric Skillet." ZIP ./101 swimmIng pool project bring;

Livestock ownefs/in Bradford \ the county agent or to the livestock At noon a luncheon was served welcome by Mayor M. L. Beasley. board of trustees, besides those new customers were added during NATIONAL CONCERN Jour costumes t* the Thrift

County should promptly report all. inspector. for which Miss Jean Robinson, I The speaker of the day was Walter elected, are:' F. Bryan Jennings 1957: 14.5 miles of 69.000-volt Gainesville,Fla. Shop on E., Call St. -any Saturday -

suspected screwworm cases to I When egg masses are found. Clay Co-op Home Economist said HarrI on. NRECA Director, of E. B.. Perry Drew H, Dukes of transmission line is being con- from 9 a. m. till noon.
( they had ordered 3.000 buns, 84 Millen. Ga.Electrical. $150 $250 PER WEEK
County Agent G. T. iluggins" or they should be placed in a closed Worthington Springs, W. J. structed from Kingsley Lake to FOR SAL Completely remodeledtwo
Jorge M. who ccntainer fruit gallons; of'baked.beans, 300 Ibs. appliance dealers donated bedroom house iou
Valldejuli, Is the I a pint jar is ideal O.e .f the on x HaIt
Large sad So ad> tFlBBBelal
Whitehurst, C. N. Smith, and A. Doctors Inlet; and that the company lot. Also 4-100' x Ui (t lot ad-
55 from freezer to
of of a
livestock ham 60 gallons pineapple, '
inspector for this county. on a piece of damp paper and cad fastest growiac e.- Joining. See Don
The county agent can be con- kept in a cool place, but not re- and 50 Ibs. of coffee. a family dog house, for which P. [Sam] Buie.: had grown from 274 homes I pastes throughout of It.the kiad state, with will oiled trala cat.S Thomas St., phone 411-Champion!. itcng U/ &

tacted at his office in the agri- I frigerated. Maggots should be ,I The afternoon Business meeting drawings weer held. Winner of the It'was reported during the business serviced in 1938 to 14,684 in 1957.. ffgreitoUe tat* or w.n.B pint 23vf : FOR KJSNT-Three bedroom unfurnished .

cultural building in Starke phone placed in a similar jar, half full :* was opened with invocation freezer was Mrs. J. A. George of meeting that a $62,700 new Operating revenue for 1957 was:., Salea food Posit character!... SecMANAGER aid latefritr far house. :231: South: StreetWe.t. :

233 and Mr. Valldejuli can be jof clean tap water, and also keptin I given by Rev.'J. R. Smith-.pastor warehouse in Keystone Heightswas $1.6 million with -tax expense of Z32-J.Nice quiet neighborhood.Phone .
'reached i of the First Baptist Church Key- W Iiston. \ Up
by calling Keystone a cool place. The livestock inspector 50000.
Heights 2031 where.messages can will pick up the jars and :stone Heights, and .message of Incumbent members of the being constructed; that 1,200 202 W. University Ate. Room 309 FOb SALE-Fenta process treated
I GalBCiTille. F!.. fence posts t miles North on 301.
br left. deliver them to the proper author-
Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock COLE "Posture" CHAIRS Ztchg'4/10 Green & Bakken Post Co. trcbg
Screwworms have been' found ities. In all cases. egg or maggots Crying Towel m Union Primitive ,Baptist .
and positively identified as far should not be destroyed, but, collected FOR SALE-wringer Washer. Good HELP WANTED MALE
condition. J30. Millard (irirris on FEMALE
north as Lake County during the as specified. Goes Unused Jriffia Loop. Phone 54UL. Itp MAN OK WOMAN_To take over
route of established customers In
past few days, and there may, be The release of" sterilized screw- tEW PRIEST AT ST. EDWARDSThe FOR SALE.-Car towing bar. does Starke. Weekly profits of S O.IIO or

.other cases.in..this general area worm flies began on a limited : fn Mayor's Court not require anyone to steer car beIng I more at start possible. \o car or
that have net been reported. I scale fn.January as a training Rev. John X. Linehan of PEDUCE towed. Melvin Shanbarger, 716 other Investment necessary. Will
Alton Kd. Price Hi. Itp help you ret started. Write c H.
During the cold weather'many program for screwworm eradica- the St. Augustine Diocese has replaced Ruble, Dept. A.!. The J. K. Watkins -

livestock owners did not find any 1 tion perscnnel. In addition to the There is a new decoration in Rev. Father John Skeehanof FOR lUIIT-Z! bedroom furni.hedhouse. Company. Memphis :2., Tenn.
_ 632. t'lDewood Ur. |t 0 5 per ItpFOK
screwwoinis. and'discontinued. regular training program, it was believed the Mayor's Court -.:a driver'scrying the St. Edward's Catholic month. Contact Mr*.. Mary haul, .
inspections. Since the that the release would help to reduce towel. It is inscribed in Church. Father Skeehan was Off'fA1'GU 1415 Dancy St. Jacksonville. Fla. JUo'ST-Two: bedroom apart-
ransferred to St. Juliana in West Phone tV 9-zzuo. May be seen by ment. Private entrance big yard
weather has'been warmer, screw- screwworm activity. Releases pretty colors with some of the calling at 628 Pinewood l>r. lip Newly decorated. Unfurnished. Ap-
.wormS that survived the cold will on a limited scale will continue statements habitually used by Palm Beach. plv 804 8. Water St. lip

tecome active and begin a northward until the main rearing facilities traffic violators. Some are: "It ; L'NFUHNIHra: House For Kent-

migration. It is extremely. ''!are completed at Sebring. was green when I'started, It was NOTICE TO DEFEADCircuit Ice For Sale Conveniently located. Phone %%1.W.

e his fault I never get a break and I. ,:...11. HtadUfd Coaatr., Itp

Women shouldn't drive." No traf- riorldai la Caaaeerr. LOST-Ladles Black Pocket Book In
.otlec T. AppearYou front of POEt Office, StarUe Mon.
fic violators made.use of it this Starting This Weekend '
are hereby notified that a day. Reward if returned to Airs.
/Under. New Management week for only one showed up to suit for Divorce Elmer Thomas Pinehurst Trailer
contest his case. 11* been filed against you In the Park. Itp
above named Court and cause and LIVE BAIT
I An accident case in which Luther '..u are required to serve a copy of WE HAVE a new loan program for
your answer or pleading to tb. corn- farmers. Loans of 1 to C years
Blease Hardee pleaded guiltyto plaint on the pftlptlff's!: Attorney for the entire credit require.
EASTER DINNER MENU reckless driving and causing an Lloyd Bass. 210 Clark Building, I'Spring tension _ _ _ SMITH'S SHELL meats of the farmer and his fame
Jacksonville 2. Florida bock lly. Gainesville Production Credit
accident was recalled when it was
.and file the original in ihe office of STATION Association, C North Main.
found that Hardee's liability in- 'the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or t- r.sinesvllle. Fla. tfchff
,HAM DINNER surance was not in force. He agreed 'I before the All nylon II Lawtey, Fla.
7 day of April 1958therwiM ;- touringsBacktilti OCR TENTH AKMITERIABT
to pay' damages and. his RADIOS REPAIREDAll
the allegation aid
of1, ,
With Choice of Three Vegetables license will be held until they are Complaint will be taken ai con % Makes All M.a>laUaacaaKle
f c8ed by yon. Independently! __4,. 4 : FOR SALE Charges s araatee4SIIKPIIERD'H
ICED TEA OR COFFEE paid.These This notice shall be published tf Mat Fine Home !. Saratoga Heights, 3bedrw.s I.... Ureea RADIO, Owaer A TV
forfeiting bond for non- once each week for four eonseeuUnweekl ..
iIii.g r. dlalas ree.. :229 W. Call St. P...... 238tarke
in the Bradford County Tele f kitchen, tile ....
PIE appearance in running a red light I bath carport Fla.'t .
JUICE SALAD graph. Laundry room. This aoate has
were, C. A. Endahl. Mary-W. De- Dated this, 27 day of February, i brnutUal wood floors sad U furaUhed PAID ON
leno, W. Belleridge, John Vec- 1958. with flat faraltare. Oaljr STATE BANK: KEYSTONE KEY.: -
(Official Seal) Charles A. Darby, $1.:>00 "e",. payateat complete with I' -
chiotti and Myrtle M.: Gentry. j : fnraltnre. STONE HEIGHTS FLA, MEM.
42soPlus Caatart I
'K- & J RESTAURANT Bond in each case was $12. NOTICE TO &CFEXDla !: HARRY C. ELROD, JR., REALTOR SER FDIC.

There were three cases of reck- Ckcalt Ce rt. Bradford Cenaty, Pk..e 43 FOR SALE-25 acres with, 2 houses,
tlorlda: la Chancery, :18 Triple ""e. Starke. Fla.
Tax'n'creases 2 deep wells, barn and other build
less driving for which each for
U. 301 South Notice Te Appear
ings 2 8. W. of Lawtey. '13,000
FOR SALE Girls full size bike.
feited bond of 37.' They were for You divorce are hereby notified that'a suit S25.00. SIT -Edwards Koad. Itp cash or J-! down and terms. Contact

Ralph Edger CUster Robert William has been filed against you In the Mrs. G. F. Thompson. Silver Springs,

Mosley and Lane K. Fyler. above named Court and muse and efficiency by eliminating fatigue. You can APARTMENT FOK KENT-Two Fla. 4tp 4-10
you are required to serve a copy of bedrooms lights and water furnish
Share the Profits in Storfcj'FRIDAY Imprcper passing and improper KOR' SALE-Dining room suit. white
your answer or pleading to the complaint Molded foam ed. Z10 N. Cherry St. Itcbg
l turning.cost A, M. Sieminski $54 on the Plaintiff's adjust it +ways. to your body. cak. formica top table and buffet
Smith Building. Jackscnville 2. FlorIda THKEK! KUOM AFAKTME.Vr: or six chairs.- 10 Pinewood Dri Pine-
: and George William Dennis $2' rubber seat, covered with latest Fabri-coated mate rent as sleeping rooms. AU fur haven or-phone 855.: UpWEED
when neither appeared to contest and file the original In the office of nished. Private entrance. Man or
i the Clerk of the Circuit Court on 1 or rial.Will not stain, crack or peel. Brushed aluminum woman. 602 Lafayette St.:! Up TIREflf
L the case. before the S day of March. 1358: ; Get them now. par as you rid*.
i Policewoman Agnes Tillman you.OFFICIAL frame. Solid base equipped with kick plates and Ask for our easy budget terms.

i said that local people are cooper- Charles A. SEAL Darby), Clerk of the top bearing casters. Seat size 16%" x 14%" x 2%". OPPORTUNITY WONDERFUL : Lacy Union Conway Pus! Station Sales, sting well with the request of last Circuit Court. ttchlf

| week to heed the law in the school By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk. FOR SALE -
II In 15 ft.
FOR SALE- x steel
zone.Submerged'. ROTICE TO APPEAR EXCELLENT YEAR 'ROUND culvert Pipe. SU5 ft. ALSO Build
SATURDAY APRIL 4-5 I I. Cirealt Caart. Bradford CematyFloridai -. 4. "EXECUTIVE" Arm Chair BUSINESS ing lots for sale in .JIth Gate
la Chaarery. Subdivision. Low down payment.
Car Case No. 12-t5 Colorful, Impressive, the last word In 9 Complete Housekeeping'Units Low monthly payments. BILLY
2Oz. Bet tie Katlec T. Appear Kitchens Comfortable JACKSON phone US. c/o Central
You are hereby notified that a beauty. Brushed aluminum, latin Truck Lines. tfchs

FREE !I DE CHABOU ;t Yields Bodies suit' control for Divorce of minor' Care child Custodyand \ smooth frame and base. Tilt seat with Bed.-*"-Hot Baths Water Skower: ONE BEDROOM furnished apart

has been filed against you In the adjustable tension and adjustable
: ROOM FOR EXPANSIONIN ments for rent. Phone US W. T.
Of Local Women above named Court and cause and height. Swivel ball-bearing casters. Jackson. tfcbr
COLOGNE you are required to serve a copy _ TillSflSIIERMAN'S
of your answer or pleading to the & Seat size, 19 x 11W'x 2WVGroato PARADISE FOR RENT-Reduced prices. I room
I complaint on the Plaintiff's Attor- ,
WITH ANY, WATCH REPAIR JOn OR ANY PURCHASE [Continued from Page One] and fUe tbe original la the office w- Six Lots With 120 Ft. Front nicely heaters.furnished For apartm elderly DtL coupleor Adequate -
of the Clerk of the Circuit Courton
On Water And Highway gentlemanBesseat Road. Box
OF OVER $1 i before the
from drOWI ing.I HO E. Ptartea. tfchr
otherwise the allegations of sal GIFT SHOP INCLUDED _
I The three are said to have left, Complaint will be taken as con, > An For COWS FOR SAL-Three milk
-- I Waldo Tuesday afternoon and L eased by Ton. cows, Guernsey and two Jerseys.
$20 TRADE ON YOUR OLD WATCH were believed on their to, This notice shall be publisher Gray ... Oak leaf Greta .. Brews SMALL DOWN PAYMENTTEEMS Two Just fresh with heifer calves.

I way once each week for four consecn e95 ...Saddle Tos ..Terra Cotta .. WI.! ... S. J. HcUarvey Kt. 1, Box 3ff.
Jacksonville. Instead they apparently tlve Telegraph.weeks in the Bradford Count Sapphire Hue ana1 fOrt pcrtel ...... ell Write Box 843 Cedar Key, Lawtey.

had headed for Fort Plus TaxBradford Gn ...Iv1.... -
Dated 'this 2( dar of Novmber1S57. ,p Cral..Afple Fla.Phone .
Myers where Lynn's father lives. .- 2451 TWO 'BKUROOM! partly: furntanea
(OFFICIAL !SEAL! ) newly decorated upstairs-apartment
126 W. Call St. Phone 375 Funeral services for Mrs. Weav'er -. Charles A. Darby, for rent To pee contact Urn. Paut
Clerk of the Circuit Tonrt County Telegraph FLOOR SANDING and Finiauint; Kaymoitii. ill & Water lit.: after
I and her daughter",will"be ,hel I BI Marian L.'Crosby, Deputy Cler! Phone 4H-W, Calvin JO A.. Itchy i p.m. Ucfig



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I'll be--" rode side by side without speaking r' I "

Hunter asked what It was he, -Rice humiliated and angry '>> Hoi ic DemonstrationNotes
his loss and Hunter feeling
the Profits ill S
SI1are -
saw."There's the damage to his
a pure white deer off over
there among the cattle-the first charges. Their horses excited by V
'kt I've ever seen," said Rice. "Mr. the behavior of the cattle and the byDOROTHY
Astor, the millionaire who comesto smell of gore and musk were )) Uti f: ROSS

Florida every winter, has a hard to manage. m.. (y' He]me Demonstration Agent flAys
standing offer of $50 for the hide Suddenly one of the stallions
cf a white deer. .fI can kill this grabbed the other with a bulldog ,\ Quickie Luncheon Dish 4-H Clothing Project

one his agent will pay me the grip by the throat. Both reared Mrs. Robert E. Lee of Lawtey Spring is here and people wantto
money." and fell over backward. Hunter ):ecently served a quickie tuna create and make new clothesto
Rice untied the long singleshotpistol used an old-fashioned dragoon j ish i dish at lunch while the agent wear. Many of the junior 4-H
that'was strapped to his saddle with a peaked cantle of 1 vas visiting in her home. It was girls are learning to sew on the FRIDAY, SATURDAY APRIL 45
saddle. Hunter begged him to:brass. His horse falling on him !o quick and easy to prepare, as machine and by hand. They are
driven clear 1 veil as tasty, that it is being hemming dish
stop, saying that killing a white the cantle was towels, making
deer meant bad luck; that gettingthe through his body while the pommel I passed on to you to try. peasant drawstring aprons, gath-
THE STORY OF THE HITEDEER cattle safely to market was crushed his chest, killing him Combine together in desired ered skirts and blouses. The sen- EASTER SPECIAL
__ .C: _.. -.. .--_. .., .. --.-- difficult at.best, without deliber- instantly. proportions a can .of cream of ior girls are making dresses. Already -
Woe unto the man who kills a the present site of Starke. Aftera ately inviting disaster. Rice suffered I two broken legs I nushrcom soup, tuna fish [well some of the girls have made
rare white deer! Bad luck will good rest they resumed their I But the excited young Rice in the fall and several of his ribs c'Irainedl], English peas, and pimi'nto garments of green clover printed

certainly trail his footsteps.Not journey toward Jacksonville. laughed cff the warning, declaring were stowed in by the kicks of I for color. Heat thoroughly. material. PAIRS
I Serve on toast or biscuit. A tossed Girls must complete at least
oldgrannysaying the horses.
very many people have had that it was only an 2 4 0
the opportunity to prove or disk: covered and he stealthily Hunter's horse was killed by I rreen salad ,and a beverage will one project and exhibit their workin
prove this old "granny superstition outfit and food for the men and made his way among 'the cattle. throat lacerations, but not beforehe t omplete a' delightful luncheonnenu. order to be eligible .to go to Ladies' Nice Quality
," often repeated around the horses. It was driven by an old He found, gentle old work ox, had kicked Rice's mount to ] 4-H Camp this summer. The exhibits -
fireside in the frontier homes Negro, who served as cook. 'Along drove him in' front toward the death. I Dates to Remember will be brought to club
that dotted the pine forests of with him was hisson, who served beautiful white deer and soon Later the two Negroes who April 7 Ornamental Horti- meetings at school this month.
this section of Florida a hundred as,"foot-man" to drive back such came within range He fired, and rode ahead of the drove, looked t ulture; Clinic at the American Besides the usual health examination -
ago.Truth cattle as had dodged into the the deer fell dead! back and saw the cattle a long I Legion Hall at 2:00 p. m. we would like for each NYLON HOSESPECIAL
April 17 Home Demonstra- girl to be sure and get her polio
or superstition? Take swamps where horsemen could Rice shouted to his comradesto way behind scattered and graz
!ion Achievement Program at 2 shots if she has not already doneso
not follow. Wondering at this they
your choice. But the following come help him carry the heavy
to the but they turned back and saw a sickening I p m. at the Woman's Club. in preparation for camp.
tragic incident was related to a Hunter and Rice kept the drove carcass wagon '
Telegraph reporter many years moving. Each was mounted on a turned away. He tried to drag it sight. Rice,, was still alive and July 7 4-H Club Camp at:
Cherry near
ago by.a man who had first-hand "marsh pony" stallion. Such by himself, but'soon gave up and barely able to tell them what
information of the facts. It was horses ran wild on the marshes decided to take the hide off on had happened.
the and 'sacrifice the meat. The Negroes had to leave the -
since corroborated by others.In around Orange Lake. They were spot Stokes were in Starke on business
the middle of the last century skittish and unruly yet were used Before the skinning job was cattle place Rice and his dead Saturday morning.
before the days of railroad by the drovers because of their half done the drove of cattle companion in the wagon and retrace By Mrs Gordon JonesAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
Mr, and Mrs. Woodrow Thomas Now
transportation it was the custom hardiness. smelling the blood, came running their journey. On again Only
visited Mr.. and Mrs. E. C. Lewisn
to drive huge herds or "droves"of After leaving the upper crossingof toward him bawling pawing the! reaching the big Newnansville-
Starke Friday night.
cattle from the vast feeding Alligator Creek the trail to, ground milling around and Middleburg road they had the Mrs. Della Manning returned
areas of Payne's Prairie be- !Jacksonville turned off to the left fighting. Rice had to leave his good fortune to meet up with the' Goldie Thomas was the weekend home Saturday after a three week 1Ir c
low the present site of Gainesvilleto from the Middleburg road. Having cherished quarry and run for owner of the cattle, who now took guest of her grandparents, the visit with her daughter and son-

the market at Cow Ford (now come as far as midway between safety The cattle remained in a charge of affairs H. H. Lewises in Starke. tn-law, Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Loylessof
Jacksonville. the present sites of Lawtey frenzy for hours, until exhausted. But the young and impetuous Linda Sue and Ronnie Thomas Jacksonville.Mr. .

On one occasion, two "drovers", and Highland, the drove was i A couple had been killed In the Rice who laughed at old "granny attended a birthday given in! and Mrs. Woodrow Thomasof
J- Jim Hunter an elderly man. and halted for rest and grazing. When l turmoil and some others too crippled sayings," had died while jolting Starke for Judy Haislop Friday Brooker visited Mr. and Mrs. E.

his. young assistant Bill Rice it was time to start again and I to travel. ever the rough trail. night C. Lewis Friday night. }
and Mrs Bill Jenover and
stopped overnight with their Rice was in the act of saddlinghis After the drove at.last had : Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Norman
hildren also MrJenover's mother
herd of beef cattle, at the homeof horse he suddenly looked away been brought under control and YTTTyyyrYTTTTYYYYYYYTYYtBR'OO'KER visited Mr. and Mrs. Lem Rhodencf
of Gainesville visited Mrs. PAIR
a trader a few miles east of i I with the exclamation, "Well,, the march ,resumed the drivers Raiford Sunday evening.
Sroover Thomas ,Sunday after
Mr and Mrs. Thurman Jones
and and Julius,
'- sons Eugene
d Share ;tfte Profits in tarUTtiIirri1TTLE.'i By Barbara Sue Davisuuuuauu..a.a. Mrs. Tim Thomas attended the Lcnnard Moody and Carolyn

&.. wedding'of Anderson, which her niece was an Ora event Mae in Jcnes were in Ocala on business Limit -- Two Pairs To Customer!

Saturday.Mrs. .
the Lacrosse Baptist Church Fri-
The.Union and Bradford singing
C. L. Atkinson of Brooker
convention will he held at the day night. spent from Wednesday to Friday
Brooker Baptist Church Sunday, D. F. 101 Kenneth Mott will report -
with Mrs. Reed.Lewis and chil-
April 6th at 2:00: o'clock. Every- for duty at Key West this FRIDAY SATURDAY ONLY
one is invited to come and'J'parti week and was home visiting his dren.Mrs.
weekend. Maggie Norman of Gaines-
cipate. parents over,
ville visited Robert Norman Sun-
Surprise Party The A. I. Mann family visited

t The B. T. U. organization of friends in Lake Butler Sunday. day.Miss Carolyn Jones was the STUMP'SI

the Brooker Baptist Church were Brenda Green-' a patient in overnight guest of Miss Nancy
J -r host and hostesses to a skating the.Lake. Butler HospitaL Manni of Starke ..Tuesday.Mr. .
FRI., SA T. "' I j I tl party at the Playhouse skating Mr. and Mrs; John Shaw of Lacrosse and Mrs. Reed Lewis and

APR. 4-5 rink in Gainesville and later a visited the Roy Green famIly children left Sunday morning for

,,:. .' weiner roast at the Brooker Community Sunday afternoon. Marathon-where. Mr. Lewis is em- I STORE
Center Friday. eight. .Mr.and Mrs Aubrey,Hazen and ployed.. r
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*' .:-': ..... ::-.... March ,28th. sons visited Mr Hazen's njothe? Mr and Mrs. Gordon Jones and
After the. ,weiner roast .Mrs. who is a patient in the Ocala Hospital daughter, Carolyn visited Mr and E. CALL ST. PHONE 100
-, -1i -f SAVE Dorothy ,Jean Douglas presenteda : Sunday.Mr. Mrs. Robert Jones of Brooker
t-i> 'T 20!
gift from the organization to and Mrs. Alph Hazen of Sunday evening.
MODERN Johnnie McGhee and informed Orlando visited the Aubrey Hazen
him the party was in his honor family Sunday.
since Johnnie is leaving for a Little Neal Hazen celebratedhis Share the Profits in Starke
95 hitch in the U. S. Air Force soon.approximately 8th birthday with a party at
70 guests were his home last week. Several games

present for the occasion. were played and the prize won by t
Marcia Green was honored recently Charles Fowler.
1I on her 10th birthday witha Ice cream, birthday cake and
party at her home given by her cup cakes were served the 28
mother Mrs. Wilson Green. guests by Mrs. Hazen. Mrs. Lucille

I After-several games were played Fairchild and Regena Har-

WARDROBE ,Marcia opened her many lovely -, rell.Muril hk
I gifts and expressed her thanksto Johns and his mother -t tJ

the guests.Refreshments. Mrs. Verlie Johns visited Mrs.
1 of birthday cake Beulah Harrell Monday. J

$59 95 end ice cream were served by Mrs. Pamela Nettles celebrated her FRI, SAT, 4' t r
: ; Regular Green and Mrs. Amanda Lewis to 9th birthday with.a party at her APR, 4.5

the 28 guests present. home March 28th ,
f Jean Endicott was hostess at a The motif of Easter. was used
_J i, T$1'-$ dance Tuesday night .March 25th throughout the afternoon. The RUG STORE

fr for ,28 guests at. the Community children enjoyed an egg hunt and KOCH'sCompare E
I i 4 J SPECIAL i'1 Center. prizes for the most eggs found NEVER UNDERSOLD
1i i Refreshments of cake and cokes i also the prize egg went to Alice
I served to the guests by the Knight and Jane Green.
t INTRODUCTORY I. Mrs. Amanda Lewis. Favors of,candy eggs were given -
Sd These Prices With Jacksonville
Mrs. J. H. Sullivan visited Mrs. to the 25 guests. Refreshmentsof Prices !
Gainesville'Wednes birthday cake and
Tate in ,Easter eggs
( OFFER! day punch were served by Mrs R. A.
xt : 10c'
t Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Sullivan Nettles. 3 Cell 10-Pc. Stainless SteelPOCKET

visited Mrs. Sullivan's sister Mrs. Mr., and Mrs. Dukes of Lake I FLASH LIGHTS COMBS STEAK KNIFE AND

4t I AV Agnes Philman 'In Gainesville Butler were the luncheon guestsof CARVING SET
L I E Sunday. Mr. and.Mrs.'F; S.Tinney Sun- Without 3C 95
Barbara Sue Davis was the day. Batteries 98 6
k-- :; 1 Brand New Style luncheon guest of the B. Waters, Mr. and Mrs. Sid Thompkinson' Hair Brush and

family in Gainesville Saturday. of Lake City visited Mr. Thomp--' T.V. LAMPS COMB $1.00 Piggy
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene. Crosby kinson's aunt Mrs. Mary Green, CJQc

$ RED CEDARWARDROBE Truby Pinholster, T. J. Mann. and Mrs. H. O. Brown, Sunday Were $5.95 -NOW/V95 BANK 59c
7 Mrs. S. M.
Mrs. H. P. Gainey afternoon. Pocket:
Molt and Mr and MrS. G. W. Joan Campanallia of Graham ,
hi41i'i' Davis attended the funeral services was the Sunday night guest of LIGHTER -. 59c< Heating Pads

i of Ben -Crosby in Tampa Jean Ednkott. T.V. LAMPS -r Were $6.95 NOW CJ.95Nylon
1 Lewis was visiting friends
Wednesday morning. Allen
t ff I q -, ; Mrs. S. M. Mott.visited'Mr. and in St. Augustine Sunday after- Were $3.95 NOW 4 .95 8-Day

.t Solve your space problem with Mrs. R. J. Waters in Dundee a noon. CLOCKS 2.49 .

this big roomy, extra closet few,days last week. Alan Shan of Starke was the HOSE 15-51 -
Convenient Mrs. H. P. Gainey and Mrs. G. Saturday night guest of Edward TABLE LAMPS 79c
hinged double.doprs. W. Davis were the Tuesday night .Endicott. :I Minute Timers

.provide easy access for guests of Mrs. Davis parents the I Mrs. Jack B. Ridley and daughter Were $5.95 NOW Were $5.95 NOW /).95 Ladies

.A 2 i' the storage of 24 or more R. Waters In. Dundee.Mr of Jacksonville were the luncheon 3.50 Handkerchiefs Cc
and Mrs..E.Bigham Jr. i guests of Mrs. Everette Gain .
t 1! ..1 r -f'-f'z. garm, eats. Storage Beauty. Patty and Mary Jane Bigham I ey Sunday. Bath Sprayers Pint.Vacuum .

s Storage Utility! The framed. were in Miami Aver the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Green. Mrs. Bottles $2.00 and $2.50 Men's
was. the Edwards Shirley and Lin-
Little Billy Bigham Ernest
front and tapered legs add a the funeral Were $1.50 NOW QOc BELTS
weekend guest of bis grandparents da Green attended 98 ggc
contemporary touch to an old the W. E. Bigham Srs. in Lake- services of Mrs. Green's aunt .in

favorite.. i .. land.Mrs. Doris Kelley- visited friends Jasper Mr. and Sunday.'Mrs. F. M_ Bickery SPECIALS, IN OUR DRUG DEPARTMENT

in Palatka Sunday. Ann, Freddy and David Bickeryof
Mr and Mrs. H. E. Stokes Mrs. PefUniak Springs are visiting
BUY' NOW H. P. Gainey and Mrs. Pearl the G. E. Green family. ALCOHOL pint 29c DOAN'S KIDNEY PILLS 79c
Markey attended church at the Linda Green,-instructor of the

Shady Grove,Primitive Baptist pre school BTU class -ot the 2-59c 'Tubes
Church in Trenton Sunday.Mr. Brooker Baptist,Church gave an -
t .AND SAVE1I and Mrs. H.'E Stokes, Mrs. en hunt,for 25 of the small try CREST PASTE 89c

Mattie Sowells and Ruby Stokes Saturday afternoon. ,March 29th. Evenflow Complete
Macclenny were.played and -
attended church at Several games
Saturday.. prizes won by Patsy Edwards. Joe BABY BOTTLE 19c Paste 73c
Mrs.Junior Stokes and children Green and Larie Temple. Refresh-
and Mrs. H. E. Stokes were in ments of pink lemonade; ritz PRESCRIPTION DEPARTMENTOur

Starke on business. Thursday of crackers pickles and eggs were Pharmacists Are Ready'To Serve You
Registered Day or Night Filling Prescriptions -
last week. served by Miss Green and severalof
Mr. and Mrs. Junior Stokes and the mothers. is Our MOST Important Business. .... I
HARRY C. ELROD FURNITURE CO children attended a birthday din-! Mrs. Dave Green and'Mr. and
Phone 53
I ner given for Mr. Stokes at the Mrs Wilson Green and children'
PHONE 43 Dority family' visiting the Alex Williams KOCH DRUG STORE
218 TEMPLE AYE. home of the S. A. were Free Truck Delivery Service'
in Alachua Sunday. baby who is a patient in the Hos-

Mrs. H. E. Stokes and Ruby, pital.In-Jacksonville.


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ParkofthePalms.. Keystone reportsc.. E. Mitchell and Lind- stone Heights visitors staring at. vice ion Wednesday evening. end with her mother Mrs. Mamie with Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Saxon :
Heights on April 10. Thy'meeting;; seywajker} fishing]jn Lade Santa therilfaPlurposa, Motor Cpurt.' $ehogl Vacation Meade and Mrs. Meade returnedto and children. I

I KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS which is open to .the public will Fe. caught 14' bass and speckled Mrs: F:D.: Hornbeck of Mead- Friday, Monday Orlando with them Sunday. Mrs. Ncra Layfield spent last 1
begin at 8 p. m. perchMike Funderburk caughta ville. Pa. is visiting the F. M. Wal- Spring vacation at Hampton Visiting! here on Tuesday
week in Returning to I
By lire. J., Kosseil Young ,:Three young ladies combine to 9 lb. '14 oz. basS. Saturday; raths Sr. Mr.'and" Mrs. I{ rnbeekwere Elementary School will be Friday, Wednesday last week was apgl' Tampa. :
form an outstanding vocal trio. RUTLEDGESr. FISH CAMP: among the early'setters" .of April 4, and Monday April, according Arnold Haddock and' Children of j Hampton with her Saturday as !
TTTTt1f I TITITYYYYYYY IIIWffVWVffMMfffVVV They are: Sara Lecropane 'of marked up -Red Stallings a 10 Keystone Heights.. to Mrs. Ola M. Perkins Jacksonville. her daughter Mrs. H. C. Jerni-! !

EASTER- -'- IN KEYSTONE- ,,' at 9 a. m. the second at 11 a.'m. Brooklyn: New York; Mary Wills lb. 10 oz. and a lOVz lb, bassthe I Mrs.. Nell Grayson had as herguests principal. Mf. and Mrs. C. A. Cox returned pm and her sister, Mrs. Emory
CHURCHES Music for these services willI I of Marlton New Jersey;.and Ma- record so far! Gaston Starlingand I last week Mrs. Ella Andre A new pupil. Bobby Bloomfield last week from Miami where they McElroy. Mrs. Jernigan spent theday i

Frst} Baptist Church Ipplude. n organ,prelude "ChristLagTodes rie Curtis of Souderton, Pennsyl Pete Alderman caught their- of Charlotte, N. C. and Mrs. Ruby entered the eighth grade here last have been staying for several Saturday with the Raleigh I
vania. This trio has traveled extensively limit of "specs". Guerdon of Jacksonville both former week, is
btpslc Fof'Lastn -banden"-J.-8.; Bach, transferring from Sullen months th their daughter. I Brannen family Mrs. McElroy
JThe 11 a/nC;:service aj the First the anthems "Christ Our Pass- in Evangelistic work The "specs" have been hitting residents of Keystone N. ir. His parents. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Saxon of Ft. Lauderdale]', remaining in Hampton for a visit I

Baptist Church"" 'wUi feature ana I over"-Schilling and "In Joseph's I during the past two summers. both the white. and yellow jigs in I Heights. John Hofer, recently purchased spent last weekend in Hampton I with Mrs. Layfield. I

them by toe taro l Choir,-singIne [Lovely Garden"-Spanlsh. The Of- Anne Martin wif, of the speaker Sante Fe.Variety I Mrs. Marshall Gamble had as Phil's Restaurant on Highway 301. II
UI Kngv That:My. Redeemer feratory Aria G. F. Handel and is the team's pianist. Mrs. Show -_'April 11 Arid. 12 I her guests her sister Mrs. T. C. Stork Shower Honors ; '" I

LWeth." Mrs. M:OEckfofd will the organ postlude "Easter Fan- Martin has also had considerable At The Woman's Club ? I Young cf Nashville. Tenn. and Sirs Donald Slade Profits in Starke I
I1a.I "The first"Esfctef Morn. tasy"-Healy Willan. ( experience in Evangelistic eq- Those who saw the Variety Mrs. Corner Baggett of Cedar Hill Mrs. Donald Slade was honored Share the

fitt 5 p. nv the Vesper Program The Organist and Choir Director I deavors. Her origina) arrange Sh9! sponsprd"by the Estrajita: Tenn. They accompanied Mrs. with a stork shower at Hampton!

'WUI include a cantata .based Qn or Dr. James Pait of the University ments of the'old Gospel Ifinyns Clu.b last year will certainly ,notwart Gamble from Miami where she City Hall Tuesday evening March
tljp Seven .Last Words From the of Florida. into medley forms add rpjich to j tQ'miss'ttie. event this year-:- had been! called on account of the 25.Mrs.

CwssB, "Tjie Message From the I S1. Williams'Catholic the attractiveness of: the program. and those' who did not* see it lust death Qf her brother. V. J. Slade won both game

Cross" "bj Will!! ,C.; Mac ufane, HOLY WEEK'schedule Good The speaker r the.team'. is car\t\ afford ib miss the fun I For ?1Is. E. B. Raynor has been enjoying prices and following the games

ttu Text arranged by the Rev.Efnest Friday Service in Starke at St. Rev. Terry Martin. Inr 11 YearsMr. really 'original entertainment full 'a visit) from her sister and gifts were opened by the guest of a I
M. EjtirfvD, D. This will Edward's Church-' Martin has covered 3q states of the most -surprising' local tate4 brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Carl honor. I

b$ sung by.ra chorus of 40 voices 2:30: p. m. Stations of the Cross: and three ,Canadian. Provinces! :' don'fc miss THE vVARIETYSHQW Palaizatto and their sop Carl Jr. Cake squares decorated as Easter tip e

sod solols t.STht program will ,be 8:00: p. m. Holy Communion I preaching the' Gospel in over MOO The Palazattos have Just returned rabbit nests and fruit punch 4
opened with the Organ Prelude Children's Easter Egg Hunt services. His message te"straighVforward : i : Th, Variety_Show is sponsoredby from; a two year Stay ip France were served to approximately 25guests Let help
"Jua. Easter Flower" by Worrel Saturday morning at 10. Holy and Biblical', thus. bringIng .the E tralita. dub of Keystone and. aje.. on then way to Peps coJa. [ Spring' flowers decoratedthe I us you r
aid will close with the organpqttiude Saturday Confessions at St. Williams the program to a fitting'cU- eights for the'benefit of the Ma- .1#r. James Blackwejl visiting hall and tables. Hostesses 1 I .
"Halleluiah Chorus". 'by from 4-5 p. m. max. soak\ Building: Fund,' Bill Belo.te his# daughter and son-ln'-law: !.$r. were Mrs. Elvie\ Rigdon Mrs. Lester -' with all your F

Handel.gainst 8:15: Mass Easter Sunday. This team' is traveling- under will( .be the :M.:C. W? are not permitted and| Mrs. Charles: McGlave. He Slade and-Mrs. pene Birt.
.'' tr,'Ri D9. welhe.Or.'" I .. S1.''Anne'. Episcopal: : the auspices of the King's College to tell more of the, details, iill return'on Friday tQ his homein Mrs. Robert CXtt Do It Yourself
I and Choir Director. The located! uvBriarcliff Manor.' N. Vt but we'rge you to 'come out to Philadelphia'. Feted At ShowerA
i public ,Is invited. I Ii Good Friday Service at 6:30: p. The trio'members": enrolled' as see your friends and'neighbors_ in1 Mr. Albert Bachmann left on :stork; shqwer honoring Mrs. projects .1 fl

C4cnmtuiitr-Church I f m.-. upperclassmeh'.. King's. [ while' seine surprising.Voles\ all for 4 Monday tp-rettrn tQ St.$ Albaiis.; Robert 'Cox!: was held at the .
.The oosenanceTof: Holy Week Rotarians Easter Sunday Hear Service at 9 a. m. Mr. Martin "is serving"as'Executive goqd ause-; Vt. after 'a two weeks vacation. Hampton City Hall on Thursday Including: a aI aR
wit Inclqd '''a .Maundy Thursday Talk On NEPAL Secretary" 'Ui' Alumni 'Association -- 1 Duplicate. Bridge. Winners Mrs. A.E. Rather hRS returned, evening. March 2.7.. -
Cqnimunlori'Service at 7:30: p. in. Dr. W. Ohlson from the Collegeof of thiS tstitntiori.RECENT :' Mr. and"Mrs. Fremont -Toiler j From a visit With .her sister and<; twine\ prizes were won by Mrs. HOME ,

ev..J. Jlussell young\ wi1l'brlig Educatiop: University of Flor- GUESTS AT' 'PARK-" were! first- place, winner on March j Family"; ,in Zhilpdelphia. Mrs. Rath ;.entOT ;Flitch Mrs. Arthur Gas- ADDITIONS
ida told cf the development of '
the 6ixtb: Word on the Cross at cf-the-PALMS WERE; 7. Winners' on Mardi 24 were I er'Was the/e! 'dark the sow kills;; and M p>>. Cox' Refreshments

the Good Friday. Service to be native leadership through a pro- Mr. and Mrs. Wieswoned.Short Mrs Bert Christoffers; Jr. !. and I stoat< .and sai4 she' enjqyed \\t, pf sheet: cai\e, punch and mints CARPORTS
hsjd at *thf 'First Methodisi! gram he carried out during the Hills. N. J, Mr. and Mrs* ; T. BChristensoh Mrs. Bill Te.rry. Coming in'sec .n4 even the| spoyPslloyelpg.Mr were served to 21 guests after

Church in Melrose on Prday-Be- time he was in Nepal when hespoke''for : of Staten. Island, N. were, Mrs. E. P. Menzen and Mrs.' .' and Mrs.'George Watsonlef opening,' of 'the; gifts.Spring FENCES'
the Keystqne Heights I Vn Mr., and Mrs. Qijver 'Witten- for their: home in flowers were used forcecorations '
glaring: at 1 p. m., the service will Carl Games 1! \ pp I *
continue until 3 p. m. Worshippers Rotary Club on Friday.The meyer .Saratoga.. PeniL, Mr. and Woman's Club 'Wm iamsburp, Va'aftr'a!: stay of Mrs. Lynn Hall, Mrs. PLAY ROOMS ,

may come and go 1 If they do speaker was introduced Chairman.by Roy Mrs F. Randall of Magville, N. 7. The luncheon meeting of the several'monfiis I (jn ,Keystone D. H.'Crawford, Mrs. A. C. Den- UTILITY ROOMS -
wish Watkins Program Mr. and Mrs, C. DeR tter of Pat- Woman's Club,, : Bison and Mrs Marklee Norman
fl4.! to remain" through\ "!h.een1re that Keystone Heights ; Heights, ,
service. >-n-% -- "*, the Mr next, Watkins announced which will fall erscn, N. J., Mr. and Mrs. F. T. held\ 'on Tuesday, March?' 35 f e.atiired .- Enjpgin! the concert of sacred were hostesses for the evening.. Bring Your Plans to Us.We'll .
program '
Yetman of Toronto Canada, Mr "asspeaker. of Florida
Marshallttiambje Unjyerslty PersonalsMr.
Mrs. bY the
faster Sunday morning two on Good Friday will feature Dr. F. PDt o, muif! < be Glad to Help
and DTs: Mclptjt o.f; Her subject] "HumanCharacteristics. GJee Cljib' on S4unday'afternoon and Mrs. Wiley Williamson
dsous wtU.l be held in the Com- D. L. Scudder head professor of Canacja I! Mrs. A. C Loge of Tp qn- In *Flowers was at ti. Stephen Foster Memorialwere nd' children have moved back with Advjce, Ideas, Materials "Remind me to fix this step

mFitj ,hharrh; the
.' the University of Florida. Dr.Scuddert Jones of Penn.Mj. aqd Mrs JQhil! to paites.] Ite.. A? E.; Anthony Mr. and Mrs.., Charles T. Smith.Mrs.'Re after living on a farm east

Kt Y.ST'Q'f \ talk will be appropriateto Penance of New Yok City 'Mr. sang several appropriate"nsongs; ,' \\I: ,Hirst was a weekendvisitoTiq c,.! town for several months.
the Easter seaS041ParkoftbePaImJ and Mrs. N. A, W.pychuk of Mo:,\ She" was accompanied by Mrs.. Keystone Heights. at the Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Hicks
S; Mr, and Idrs:'l{.' '.Kails of St.Catharines ., j Ralph, Felix.. Mrs. Norman White,. Feather court. of Orlando visited here last week-
Expd's "THE MESSAGE OF SALVATION ,- Ontario, 'Canada! ; !.If. Thompson niece of Mrs. Gamble,, Mrs. -A. E. Rushton left on '- IsPAINTING

'f Quality Line Jewelry IN SONG AND SERMON"is and Mrs Harry White'Of Pough- .gu /Several of her Tuesday by.,plane to visit her USE
1 the'theme of the KING'S MESSENGERS keepsie, N. Y, Mr. and Mrs. W, Iwasluricheori Tex- ANDREMODELING
Walter 1\1 ofer- paintings and 'several paintings j daughter Marilyn in
'i' vl} an Evangelistic team J, Durham of st. Catharines'! Ontario tit 'Mrs. Gamble were arranged : as. After spending,Easter in DallaS J & J'sMODERNIZATION
scheduled to conduct a service at Canada, Mr.'and Mrs: John for exhibit! The paintings shown she'will return _by plane to
Bated and family of Garden City,, oils and water colors and Panama City, where she will meet ,. .

S E. HPAV- REALTOR N. Y.. Mr. and Mrs. A. Martin of were pastels of birds and. flower and Mr. Rushton and. drive borne with J: PLAN. 'TIM !
St. Thomas Ontario Canada Mr. .
i done
,. : also Included an oil portrait, him. r -
; and Mrs. Spencer S. Davis of HoD, Mrs. Anna UQUD,0( 'TAQIE 11
Gamble. Mrs. A. J. ntt
I Senior Member Society. oj ,Resident]jaj! i .Appraisers Flushing. N. YM Mr. W. Dayton I by The ,next meeting of the Yputes and Mr. Earl. Aft Jet t DOES ,S1 O fIQR Easy Financing' r tT=: ;
Roberts of .Costa Rica M;. and Club will be held on Wednesday to drive l ome to. ; .
Woman's 1EIf.tr
2 BR home in town, 3 1 jon COLDS .
B.R bath CB home, -
near corner
**pcho" r l, "i.ptaccp! garage" ** with lot, spacious grounds, lake- Mrs.family D.of Robb Penn.Jr.. Dr.and and, Qpn:Mrs. Roland andI, Tuesday,.April this 8 at.time 2 p..,m the,, in,matter .the Pittsburgh in keystone. They have Heights been for visiting the- IT "" ...... (;, NO I,OVN PAYMENT! ,

ktorat*; well',located"'attractiveG .' 'blks. from school. Only Philips of Millersville Maryland Clubhouse. At 'IW ql I1ElX 6Ga. P QUALITY tt 51RYKEr
11.A.{ Loan 'at
will come before month i Tjtle. ,
of Federation past } .
at' ( I\Q9" $1 ,5g0, Terms; .
Mr. Nelson Burr of Princeton full attendance is" de- 1
the ,
N. J., Mr. slid Mrs. DeWolfe, sired. Tea.will be served"after .tl '9..YY.Y99 Y Y TY9 .' --. -. .. .,5 Q Jltere t: _
Swan Lake lots from Goo fish I
GB: ea pS\tt on Lake. $850. of Englewood N. J., and. Mr. and. "

It goo4lj' bui'fQr' "Do it yo' rbig, bathing; boating, sandy Mrs. Joseph} USIp,9.nn or Maplewood. -r l business"-meetiAg.Here's ..:i1Ia.f-. ON'' FOR DEPENDABLETermite, : ; ,, '" -' -
felfN' at $%,900. Terms. beach.. Terns I N.''J. \*. 11MPT ; 1 Ra :
fc-\ BUJ'I7f1'ime \ .
< 1 I What's Tour i ,
l. cLgAftAMOE:
With" The Sick turns backward and t if Control ,
..' Mrs. 14: L. Beasley has returned I 'believe 'it, look at the Bj W'.D, Eo1m

\ to her home following'surgery. )Centennial'qu Hats! Get your hat t ) / ... ,. Household ft OommereW
fac Your ConvenienceCome ; She! is convalescing i
faj&Jagforily, Wally Muhlhbfer -}
and badge'from Pest Control
dwC ; your PAINT
S"-E McKar fcfiltirundergoirig!E: 'or"some"of-the Committeej i NP j More>Phones -.

.. -As- ,You Are Bank From Your. .. ", Car> : *. treatment in Jacksonville in the Riverside. Hospital ..- m n. A sc1i dule' 'Of 'Events'holder. was We Fqr Hampton telephoner AreaExpanded facilitie O Grove Spraying

DRIVE-IN BANKING HOURS lilts. .William' Few's condition' is!.I see mailed from to this every1 that box we.wifl have, for..the.Hamptpn.areawon'tbe\ late or early i ireality a Call FB 6-60S5 % %
to be satisfactory at .this and before 20 30
MON.-THUIU '9 AM 4 PM FRI. 9 AM 6 PM I reported writing. She is also a patient al beauty our'owiT contest float in entrants.the'parade;'Our ,Volunteer fajl-according of.commercial,to s..T. McDowell and trat-, Florida Pest Control -

manager :
KEYSTONE' STATEBANK- .the Mr.Riverside A? F.: Parker Hospital.was reported I soring'the Fire'celebration Department in Is our spore cOrner fiq departments! .of the North, & Chemical Co.
'' Telephone Company{ %
; f S 4 V tr to be making some' progress toward of"the"countydiet's give them Flprida ? 24 N. W.16th Ave. HARDWARE REDUCED 20
Since a house- )house survey
Keystone Heights, Fla. improvement after his accident join the fun.
cur support and month in GaInesville, Florida I I
Member; F.D.I.C.: 'last!! week! He is a patient Drapery And Upholstering. Finn was\ conducted who would II I I

+ A Friendly Bank In a :'Friend) Community in the;.Bradford County Hospital. Moye To New Location Hampton, determine, telePhones
interested.in having :
a ... : 1.e ,i t' HOOK'N;! LINE; Howard Tuckers have moved
The have
local homeowners::
: ,
:: ---- ; into$ new quarters. in the Reed been curious as to how soon th yql.l
Building\ next to Ducky's. They w ..bea9ilable.NprtltFlorida" 1 .,
have been located"in the Watson "
"11 e Telephone ;
Building} next to the Banner Store.. .owned company -
Company, % privately }
Luncheon HonON'Visltors'Mrs. with headquarters in Live
j; : Francis Egan entertamed the ?lpteFe area. 1aUSMFSS
'of Oaij> { FORD
luncheon on -Thursday SEDAN
I. with a iBipQker./'T/ etij.cJ: p., McIntosh,
t.. last '.week<<: 'at'" her home.' 'Enjoying' ''MfUose; Orange pripas. Waldo 3rowot
!' the affair were Mrs! "A. J. 'Hon 1957,
r and Hampton:1n .Depember.
Youtes. Mrs. B., RWldlfrs..Ralpli'Felx .
Anna Co.
Fe' ,
t cii? and Mrs. rqm #he Santa, Tglephori? :

a cooperative< -
J. :ftU3se.ll 'Yo ng. '
t Since that time the companyhasbeen !
Mrs? Boll, "t3 former Keystone making a commercial
1 F l resident; and ''Mrs. Toutes returned .in tlearFatg.determilie! '
to Pittsburg"after a ,visit of survey
how many peojjje wajit service, t
several weeks-here. Mrs Felix and
"We will LOWEST!
Y Jdra tbScD?y411..astd.\
t ReStdy'e 1zelPs l ; Rev: Ralph-Felix returned on no .be able to,give: any figures"
Co' Syracuse 'Indiana! !
Mopday been I Irtt
for Happier this until ,the gj ryey has; / !
afte; a, four months stay at the completed, which will be'perhaps
Florida Uyfng I Beaeft Apartments.
Geneva late.summer, or early Jp.Jt After
Clirkjs Entertain At ths,is completed. Jheri ,the"rleces:
:t- TheTarkOf-:The Palms :cable sand central ..officeediUpment
EnJ offing the buffet dinner -In sary\ will have 'to "be pro- PRICEDboo. -

_: the Palmetto Room"at tee Parkofthels vi4ed New .line& p' Cable<<: will
--- .: ; on Thursday even?I half JQ'.belnsJtad\\thefentire! \ .

ing"ashgy celebratecFMr.'Francis Santa" ,FV.C.9mpny. area; he 'adW -
Clark's birthday were his..sonand'
4 i-1ri'law. Dr. and *. '
*- to .a telephone}
regards )?I1J.
Mrs. Harold Clark; Mr: and Mrs bpot ", fop Hamptqn.. vgtedorlatHampton OF THE

4 Charles T.Smith, Mr. and Mrs. City'Council: at their .
it !Whams,"Mr. and 'Mrs "
Hetb ; : meeting, be stated that
'' Fepinary
Dan Reamer, Mr.: and Mrs' Ray- the poujjcil Jiad, pntacted'.tfcem,
I'" Dictnd Stames, and the Francis into
w that it was bEmltQ9k: ;
jJ '* 1 si- -- ansi
Clarks* ttrfS ttoe..And he &<&,ToJmftSledge
1j j
: Clark hag recently '
Dr Harold mJ ttie.;PTA has |iotcontacted LOW-PRIG
: Joined the faculty ,of the Univer- our company with re-
> He to'Gain .
sityof FQSfl.ar} comes t,9tteleppone
gaj 1'd.!to |nstajatc. } < s .
,, w' esville from the U. of- Kentucky. service'\n .tl) $,.*."*- *)!"T"T+.** % VlamanfiooU' _- .-
Mr. And MrsSmith
., f -*'V. .. rr arT p .h ,
: HQ ts At:;lUiherW I Any
__ "*:''. J 'st"Charles* T. Smith (LY( $ lfi. for .those.who. ;wsh tope THREE
bid as their"guests" dinner on '-Ule', d later whether tnt+ltattstt
presgib .
,.LEct I J tM
COOK Mrs.Louis
>. I* Sa urdaj evening Mr. and if fcpajty .ori '
1lrtV4,.;-P$rtl t .2c
t' ana Mrs:; Prank
n Mqir7Mr; i fcparty. "Iq rjiraj *reaM Mr. '
wrar andenjoy the l "
: .. f 'Mr; and Mrs: Frank Harris ,
ngep .
flowelJ *aW. "we.,are .permitted.Jp .i .
I' "
: Mr. and Mrs. 'Charles Mew in these popular models .
T BIG DIFFERENCE! 1 -ff J, m ,Pl4 V.manj' rah 'uhf! BeofQp >' : J

Gyve. ;one line" .- *
;\"rr --: .. DlqitcXr: 4t JSJc1D1mn'! In adjJitoa *9.e, Sajjta}t :Fe ''i : 't '
.of' ,LEANEST Bfctrie cocking is tameless..c min.tinc *l mat, \ ur: .. r ]b .rf.Blente..f. {$-ann .area, the company has.,telephone While prices of other '58 cars havcTgone UP. :. Ford (has reduced. '

"'," toot and dirt.Pots and pans gay"brand new"bright! ,.. ,d_ at'dinn.er-p p. Saturday; : service,1n>ftjachua. ?rarfprqt cal i
.-- ? evenbig. Mrs. Pale+ Boyd deceived lahan/jprescent City,,Fort Wftite, prices below, 1957 on popular Custom 300 anei'Fairlane Sedans I Iv I'f
rV-. .* FASTEST! New syppr speed surface.unit* and ekctroqiq fiytft of ;,.: IT
: gu ste athrit9\ ; and Cdr agdMrs. Hastings; High .Springs,, Billiard> ,
time hours / +
cooking from to to WCMU&It .:: "
minutes..ev .
.. Jfuis Ryle.assj in ctu-- .*_!*;\'tt ac eu. Jasper JenningsLake ,,r ."
'. ; COO gp Half M'>agip dust pnits arc i ,uired to do die job. -><: ''.," mIrror': t e'fuests.'A buffet supper Butej.LiYe Oak, Mayo. COME IN TODAY FOR A TOP TRADE ON A TOP DEAL
,. ] pr nvf rtf tnteftt ip JcfP4| ntinFatio o q aU sdes.Kitchens sop '"'5'i.. was !1grYed! <';tov. triads-' f3tnj We.1tlQrp did WIte RPt.. .

.$1014 degrees cooler!You save on conditioning loot .*..-;... Gaipele. .f.'Meoseead'.. .; :*....-<.*-Keystone-*. J 7v !- $; .CPgf nlrjltuvris4 Batti tit ttmptrua* --todwrl"rrgr4i nisi fruemtfri*
SAFEST: No plea (tjmjj..BO fonsunt-buming pilot fights..BO I Keynotes.Mjt.rr"'m'g' | S
"r jfi j saff clctnc .' ;" ; ,K.? Vogel\ returned faster Sunrise services atH
llf 'r" .R
', .:-, last week from'a vise with.Mends pton C ri3tian.Church >ffl
_. -ftjnjEAf|gj; \\i sa ejEtf uuo afl-ftaaoc JP you liifhcn-Taunilg, & "
11w f 1+ ., .r, in jflj'lI.nrlo With'>Ii 'grpup6ffrends be it,6 %. m; nexi.gunday jnorn-! Andrews Motor Co.
J fCf Ofr e .. | -, Col.l: Vt toured leveralpcdi i mgt fcigrjUghttes a Week oj revival. .. \.
.f.lfE BEr' *.ffESIR1.; ,(f.tp ,nr 8!'j felf.tfrair! : ,Pi, :' s' of interest, Including Cy-(.meetings at the church. ,

.... press Oardens, diichirshe reports; ;Jgc:Thomajs of .L ke .BuQer{ is
__1. 1 :..t 1.11 .... 'nn bn 4
wat: .at its peak *of beauty: preaching for-senrices cacti night,

... L : & ,ROWER & L'.j'cp Ny f' )4r:ffAAf} Mfs: Charles OUyer! $}fc wefK.at,7{ : Q.thr9Ugh Sunday "
T ".. "iT.ffii"fT i a V'kr4tT (1 and their jhn Charles., FOlver yr; evening.: :T>e' Favorite "Me\OdI\ If you're Interested( \

,, ... .. . .. cf "Aberdeen M airland, arc Key-. : Qijartet was"feature: ,at 'tb;7 ,
!I -<;x ae'- ": i :-; .> -. .. .- ..'. : Sealeri i

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TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTHEILBRONN! ( er eggs, originally painted, with'I I pital in Palatka. 1 Starke starting at 2 p. m. There Mrs. Georgia Ann Sapp and ear- Sunday afternoon for a visit with boys were supper guests of the good after such bad weather in
: gay hues to represent glowing J. D. and Elmer Fralick of Providence will be special speakers from the ned her a delicious dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Parrish. Lacey Normans on Friday. I.the morning. l**

sunlight of spring. I brothers of) my mother' University cf Gainesville who Mr. and Mrs: Leonard Harris Mr. and Mrs. L,H. Harper and Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Griffis The Junior girls won the ban-
Attend the services of the Mrs. Maude Mott visited with us specialize in ornamental horti- and daughter of Jacksonville visit- family of Kingsley Lake visited and daughter of Jacksonville I'ner Sunday even with the teacher

By Sin. harvey McCarthy church of your choice and please : Wednesday afternoon.Their visit cuture. The public is invited to ed the D. B. Thomases Sunday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Prevatt on visited the Albert Ncrmans and dck and unable to be there.
feel free to visit with Heilbronnin was saddened by the news that attend and hear these speakers. and Mrs. Rowell Prevatt Sunday.
t.& &&&&&&&&&&&&.u.iu.. the following activities for attended Homecoming here. I So don't forget Sunday School
my mother's brother J. O. Fralickis If you desire answers to questionsand and son spent Monday in Hampton Among those attending home
week: Sunday School and the critically ill "in a hospital in solutions to problems Our Homecoming turned out and Church next Sunday.
Hello Everyone and a very hap your with Mrs. Ina Knight and coming at Highland Baptist I
py Easter to each of you. Sundaywe Morning Worship at the appointed Waycross Ga.Weekend concerning plants flowers trees Mr. and Mrs. Joe Forsythe.Mr. Church on Sunday were: Mr. and I
will again commemorate the hours; Easter egg hunt at five guests of Mr. and Mrs. shrubs etc.. be at, this important and Mrs. Benny Wainwright Mrs. Rcwell Prevatt and family|

Resurrection of our Precious Lord o'clock Sunday afternoon after W. A. Solano were Mr. and Mrs.A. meeting. Don't forget the Home and family cf Jacksonville spent Miss Doris Tanner Mr. and Mrs.)

.and Saviour Jesus Christ: along which light refreshments will be A. Ortagus of Jacksonville. Demonstration Club meets in the .Friday night and 'Saturday with Dutch Harley, Mrs. Joyce and J .
with:others all over the world. enjoyed before Training Union Mr. and Mrs. Clyde, Johns and home of Mrs. A. C. Ellison April I the Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Norman Ralph Futch. Outstanding features SERVICESCHEDULE
Easter the principal feast of the and the evening preaching ;hour; family of Jacksonville visited with 10. at 2 p.: m. Everyone interested and son. on the program for the day ,

Christian year is celebrated on a Monthly Church Conference Wed- his parents Mr. and Mrs. Ernie in this work are urged to be Mr. and Mrs. Lester McCullerof were duets by Mr, and Mrs. J. L.I T V
Sunday on' varying date between nesday night and Choir practice Johns Sunday. present., Hampton:were'Saturday even- Strickland of Long Branch and

March 22nd. and April 25th., and Friday night. Misses Edna and Alice Sweat of George Hugging reminds: All ing guests of the Rowell Prevatt Mrs. Percy Knight and son of
hence is called a movable feast. The home of Mrs. Jimmie Lee Jacksonville visited with Miss Ina farmers with any livestock that family. Maxville.TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT.

Although Easter is a Christian was the setting for a Supper So- Sweat and family Sunday. screwworm season is'approaching.The I Mr. and Mrs. George Griffis 1
festival it embodies traditions of cial for the Young People's Train- Mr. and Mrs. Henry Thornton eradication program will suc- end daughter of New River Mrs. -

an ancient time antedating the i ing Union class Saturday night. end Mrs. Annie Kelly visited in ceed if we keep the authorities J. Q.. Rosier, and Mr. and Mrs. ...M.
rise of Christianity. The origin of Delicious hamburgers with all the Palatka Wednesday night with notified of any out-breaks. Cases Edmond'' Rosier and family of HIGHLAND

UP name is lost in the dim past: I trimmings cake and soft drinks Mr. and Mrs. Warren Kelly and have been recently reported in Macclenny with the J. L. Slade Starke Service Call 1.50 ,:'.,
some.scholars believe it probably I were served the 10 guests by the new baby in Mary Lawson's hos- adjacent counties. Let us know if familY of Hampton enjoyed a fish Plus Work Time
is 'derived from Eastre. Anglo- hostess, with Miss Barbara Jean pital and Mrs. R. L. Morgan in you have a case. fry on Hampton Lake on Satur- Sly Mrt. Lacy Non na (City Limits) :;

Saxon name of a Teutonic Goddesof Norman assisting. Games' were Glendale Hospital Also, we should soon be hearing day.The AA&&&& &4 &&&&&&&&&&&&. pickup & Delivery m 3.00
Spring and Fertility, to whom played through out the evening Very glad to report Mrs. R. L. Arvis Kirkland family visit- '.
about our Farmer's Market
more Mr. and Mrs. Rafe .
was ,dedicated Eastre month with a wonderful time enjoyedby Morgan returned home Sunday ed his brother. J. B. and familyin Manning lit
Your biggest cOntribut-
Program. returned home to Lawtey Service Call
all Jacksonville 3.50 ,
fom .
corresponding to April. Her festival the hospital and feeling Starke on Saturday.
ion will be to the market
support after
Friday several
spending days
was celebrated on the day of Congraulations are extended to better. with your produce. May God Curtis and David Johns and Mr. L. Kingsley Plus Work Time ,
with the M. Normans.
the vernal equinox, and traditions Mr. and Mrs. Warren IScobie[ & Rev. Walter Lee our Pastor of and Mrs. Levy Griffis were Sunday -
Bless each of you bye now. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Hardee and Hampton Pickup & Delivery 6.00
associated with the festival survive Shelby] Kelly, who are the proud Bryceville was Sunday dinner dinner guests of Mrs. Mary -
in the familiar Easter Bunny parents of a darling baby girl guest in the home of Mr. and ttTfTTTTTtfTTTTTfTTTTTTTLAWTEY Griffith in Macclenny. children and Ava 'June Van Zantof U

symbol of the fertile rabbit and in named "Susan" born Monday Mrs. Freeman Crosby and'-supper Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Sapp and Callahan attended Homecominghere Raiford Service Call
the equally familiar colored East- March 24, at Mary Lawson Hos- guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ernie John family were Sunday guests of Mr. Sunday. - 4.50 -
\ Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Griffis of
.... ""'110"''''' ......,,,..,,,,,,...."" ..'.,...._.... ..___ i ? "' Plus Work Time u
Thornton over the weekend were: Jacksonville. _
,, ......., ,..... Mr. and Mrs. Leon Wainwrightand By MM. Joyce T. FutcpIUWALlAU1LLlV..1.11 Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Higginbotham relatives here this weekend. Waldo r
t. -', family, Mr. and Mrs. Evelyn Mosely and Mr. Pickup & Delivery 7,50
nrvjSJ' Ray-: and daughter of Maxville were and Mrs. Floyd Norman all of Keystone .
mond Parker and"family, Mr. and
here Sunday for a visit with Mrs.
;; TheLady Mrs. W. J. Thornton and family The Lawtey PTA will have a Higginbotham's parents. Mr. and Jacksonville spent the weekend
here with the L. M. Normans.I
and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Johns special meeting Tuesday April 8, Mrs. Nathan Starling. n
v .jjfcfcjt'iVr--h would like to correct a mistake WORK TIME .
and family all of Jacksonville. at 7:30: p. m. On the program will Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Smith of .
i from last week. It Mrs.
was Willing Mr. and Mrs Bole' Lane and be a pre-view of the operetta to Starke called on the Paul Bennett was Pansy >U
Knight and in place of Mrs.
son an
son of Gainesville were supper be given on April 18. Members are emily on Saturday.
1st Hour .
Pana Norman and $5.00 $3.50 Each Hour
son. .
guests Wednesday night of Mr. urged to attend and enjoy the Irene and Iris Hart twin "
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Griffis and 1<
and Mrs. WL A. Solano. special program. daughters of Allan Hart, were
Vlr. and Mrs. Roy Griffis of Law- Thereafter. ..
Mrs. Emilehe Moyers flew In Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Leavett and given a birthday party by Mrs. .
.. Recently a service station attendant changed tey visited the Lacey Normans VIFRI.SAT.
Saturday a. m. from Washington family were Sunday guests of Mrs. Nancy Keene at the Hart home on
.' the oil in a car with 23,000 mites on the speed- Sunday. ,.
l. D. C. for a week's visit with her Gayle Leavett In Waldo. Saturday afternoon. Mrs. JohnE
"1 ometer. He noticed that a lubrication job was mother Mrs. Annie Kelly. Rev. E. C. Whitthouse visited $3.50 Minimum Shop Service
Mr. and Mrs. Mann Griffis and Anderson of Jacksonville assisted -
1 also badly needed,so he politely suggested it to Mr. and Mrs. Harold Norman family spent Saturday with the Mrs. Keene in caring for the Lacey Normans Tuesday aft- -

: the driver. She replied, willingly enough "Go and Mr. and Mrs. George Shuford Lewis Griffis family, in Raiford.Mr. the 21 guests. Out of town guests ernoon. m

ahead if you want to...but 1 thought all that I I'i attended a Rodeo In Palatka Sun- .and Mrs. Jim Rosier and were Sally and Ruth Anderson of Mr. and -Mrs. R., E. Sapp and The above Schedule is agreed to as an equitable charge
was done at the factory day afternoon. the Marvin'Rosters had as Sunday Jacksonville Judy Mike and Ka-
I Miss Marilyn Cox and her guests Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ros- yen Bradley of Starke. for Time and Labor, by the following Merchants: :
Of course, this couldn't happen to but
you both students GAY'SHome .
brother Pearson : ier and family of Jacksonville.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Marklee Padgettand
'!. with can getting more and more complicatedevery in the University at Gainesvillewere .
I and Mrs. Nick Pope and son. Gary, of Clay Hill had
year proper and frequent lubrication is home with their parents,i daughter of Jacksonville spent Sunday dinner with the Theodore AppliancesYour Shepherd's Radio & TV :

more important than ever. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Cox over the the weekend with Mr., and Mrs. Crews family.Mr. .

,Phillips 66 Dealers specialize in lubrication. weekend. They will come ..home: Clyde Carter and Mrs. Mattie and Mrs. Rudolph Bradleyand Friendly
today to spend the Easter holidays -. Carter and family.Mr. family of Starke spent Sunday -
They have complete charts and specificationsfor with their family and Norge DealerS Winkler Electric Service
and Mrs. Bill Bond and afternoon with Mrs. Nancy .
all makes of cars, and what's more, they .
friends. daughter of Live Oak were Friday Keene and the Allan Harts.
use them! Stop in next chance you get andwatch Out of town Sunday guests of luncheon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Smith and NQRGE APPLIANCES .r
how thorough Phillips 66 attendants are Mr. and Mrs. Bill Reddish and
W. J. Green. family of Marietta visited Mr. and
t when they lubricate a car it's a pleasant eon, Keith were Miss Sandra Car-,. Those on the sick list are: Mrs. Irs. Ernest Raulerson and daughters S MAYTAG WASHERSCOLEMAN Starke Radio & Television Service :
surprise for most motorists! michael and James Williams of
D. G. Wilkerson Wilmot Starling, on Sunday.L. t r
HEATERS!: and .
Jacksonville, Bill and Douglas end Mrs. O. J. Phillips. P. Rafuse has returned home .
Carmichael and four young Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Mosley from Doctors Hospital in Starke FLOOR FURNACES ...
t JEROME .. friends of Bill Carmichael's named and family of Jacksonville were and has taken over his duties as We Weeks Radio & TV Service :
JOHNS OIL CO, Distributor Service All MakesOf to
Jerry. Al, Nancy and Geraldine here on Sunday for a,visit with town marshall. .
I' Starke Fla. all of Live Oak and Mrs. Emilene Mr. and Mrs. Dave Tanner.' Mr. and Mrs. Jack Crawford Appliances .

:. .- l Moyers of Washington, D. C. Mr. and Mrs..Jack Wainwrightand had as guests during the weekend .
It was learned Sunday night son of Alma, Ga..- Mr' and their daughters, Misses Bettie and Phone 10 G. McGriff Appliances :
t..1 I that Mrs. Ernest Harris is ill. let Mrs. Doc Wainwright. Misses Bet- 'Gloria and Emery Griffis of Starke Florida ..

; I us remember to pray in her behalf ty Judy and Frankie Wainwrightand 'I Jacksonville, Mrs. Carrie Edwards! ---- r
\ and for others of our number Mrs. Jack Brassell and chil- and Tommy Edwards and sons of -

; y that are sick.1! dren of Jacksonville and Mr. and Starke.
66 Mrs. E. L. Cox announces Plant Mrs. Dan Wainwright were Sunday Friends of Mrs.. Edward Whel-
Clinic Day, Monday April 7th. at dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. an'will regret to learn that she is
the American Legion Hall in Truby ,Wainwright. They visited a patient in Bradford County Hos-

pital. 0
John Crews Jr. and family of
Heilbronn visited the Sr. Crewson
"theProfits in Starke Sunday. '
Mrs. Gary Buckley and daughters -
FALL FRI SAT. of Jacksonville are visiting

I her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Marion
I Crews.

I Mrs. Lizzie Rosier of Fort Pierce

was looking after business inter- ,
ests here this weekend. While

COME! APR. 4-5 ier here and she other visited relatives."Mrs. Becky Ros- APR. 4-5 .

Mrs. Warren Boatwright was
honored with a Stork shower giv- AbsolutelyTHIS

en by Mrs.W. B. Dansen and Mrs.

C. R. Crews at the Dansen homeon
Saturday evening. Those present -
were: Mesdames Paul' Ben-

nett, Alan Carter, R.. L. Bradley
Dopsie Griffis, J. B|.Bradley and J"b w Y a
109.95 SWIVEL ROCKERS Misses Donie Griffis. Carol Fay

Bradley. Hilda and Vera Crews.

Out of town guest was Mrs. George tk
Solid Foam "T" \ QC Kersey of Starke. !HANDSOME q f l a s

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Estes were

Cushion __ Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and
: Mrs. Glen Conner and son in

.. 4
; ;Shopportunity Mr. and Mrs. H.-C. Kelly and STEELTYPEWRITER

son carried Mrs. Margaret Kellyto
T Sale Price New River on Sunday afternoon
./ where she will spend sometime for Typing
with her son-in-law and daughter -
WIDE SELECTION Mr. and Mrs. Roy Tomlinson.
Mr. and Mrs. James Waters and

OF COLORS sons visited Mr. and Mrs. Buford TABLE .l1Jle'j t
Higginbotham in Maxville on

9'X 12SssSSSN AXMINISTER RUGS .- REGULAR $79.9sShopportunity family Sunday.Mr.. and.were Mrs.weekend Fred Moore guests and of WITH EVERY LJP 1 'UTILITY TABLE'

Rev. E. D. Boyer, Mrs. Jewell Royal for.the Student
and Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Boyerin SMITH CORONA ,: / '
stopped enroutefor >
SAVE Tampa. They
a visit with Mr. and Mrs. S. ,I

._ Price D. Andrews and family in Wild-
i5 v: -* k1 *i* -- /
95 wood.
$20.00 _
Mr. and Mrs, Lee Raulerson of / .
Macclenny visited the Bill Pend-

59 : aIm family on Sunday afternoon. \

.> Assorted Mrs. Lola Pendarvaris! returned -T PORTABLETYPEWR1TER
.home with them for a visit.
Mrs. Bill Zack.who has been in '
Colors a Jacksonville hospital is recu-

perating at the home 'of her,,parents :: r'

Mr. and Mrs. 1,. S. Tanner. Purchased At
Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Sapp and Mr. ,
-HOOVER CONSTELLATION VACUUM CLEANER and Mrs. Rudolph and son of =u ; : : Regular List Price.

Use Our Heilbronn visited them on Satur-

Regular Sale Price 9S I BudgetPlan. clay.Mrs.Mrs.. Billy Olene Jackson Dubley and Mr.Donald and x.:. .. 9t 146.85

and Billy Jackson enjoyed a weiner :
WITH roast with friends in Lake But-

,$97.50 Only TOOLS ler on Saturday evening. : : ;: : TERMS

Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Prevatt' and C ;; .
'. daughter ,of Jacksonville visited r IFDESIRED
Mrs. Alice Green and family on :

Saturday Mrs. Jimmy'evening.Hogan and daughter 1 i-: _: *. .--

Denmark Furniture Co. ,' and Mrs. Jaek Hogan and __
sons of Jacksonville visited Mr. .

and Mrs. C. G. Hodges on Sunday

434. 436 Wet, Call" St. PHONE 151. Starke, Florida afternoon.Mr. and Mrs. Glen Shuford ands BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH "V, ,

n, Mrs. Hester Hicks'and Jef- .
.. .- fry Mars, were in Maxville' _on


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:|,and Mrs. O. E. Crosby were Mi; ed* Mr.,and -Mrs...John-,HolIin>S[daifurlough.miting.hii, -
and Mrs. John Spenceat: Jackson- worth and.'er the dinner..guest.. s .and friends. parents Mr-andJJrsXJ.,. Ax Jenkins- ofStarke At The Tabernacle St. Mark's EpiscopalRev. 'Worship 7siJl rat; vTrairaii*
recently :
FARM ville and Mr. and Mrs'Jim Raul,- of Mrs. C..H.- Cope/ ( ;, .Mr. and.Mrs. Harold Black andy d I the.U. S.rAIForce.reenlistedit.h.: J Union (Sundays) 6:30 p. m. Mid-
erson of Gainesville; New residents ol our comm'unitJ; daughter.o .akelandvtsited Mrs. He has been Dr. and Mrs. Charles H. Stevens'i Raymond MacRJafa Week Prayer Meeting, Wednesday
assigned to the,
4504th Tactical
Mrs Mr. J.M. Bradley after residing are Mr. and Mrs:. < of' .Wmston-Salem-. C. were Sunday Services-9:45 -a.m., ,,7:30 pjn
By J. G. Caldwell Walker Woe*i Black's parents the.! Ralph.Gaines,, Missile Wing, Orlando Air ForceBaseband I
at the State,Farm.for more thaj::1 and daughter Vicky: who :jiavhis e JastVrhursday : 'visitors of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Church School; 11:00 a.m., Morning -

A.AA. AAA.ii .A A..A' thirty years, has resigned just moved here from Tallahassee :I ,Mi.and.11us,. Albert_ Griffisd and. .under W&.s.accepted,the Air.for Forces reenlistment -I Quigley at their, home Thursdayevening Prayer, and SermonHoly CHURCH' UP GOD
Club Meeting position here. During the pas t Mr and Mrs. L. B. Cooper I and overnight guests in Communion-First Sun-
sons visited Mr_and,Mrs. Colman liberal.} .Prior Service,program. He' Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morning
week several lovely gathering: Mrs. Ida Green the Prophet's Room of the Taber- day, 11:00 a.m.; Third Sunday,
TheCommunity spent Sunday JrMrs Fadgeti.
1 -
Club met .in Gainesville last. Sat
on to-'make ,
.. plans a career of service. Worship, 11 a. m. Sunday
}leave taken
place in his and nacle. 7:20 .
Tuesday afternoon at two o'clock i; Jasper.; While there they ,callec t urday.. Dr. Stevens is president of a.m.Wednesday
In. the club house. Mrs. Milo Seig- I Bradley's honor. On Tuesda;r on Mr. and Mrs., Arthur Norris. : Misses Barbara and Joan'Palmi 1q i Air Piedmont Bible College and pastorof -,7:00 p.mn Choir Evening Service, 7:45 p. m. YP}!

ler. the president presided. Rou- !afternoon Mrs. Bradley's W. M:: Mr.-,and Mrs. Forest Langdale and I er( pt Gainesville visitedCatherine the Winston-Salem Baptist Practice: 7:45 p.m., Litany and Service Wednesday, 7:45- p. m.
U. circle met in her home and t Following are the addresses of Church. Bible Study. Prayer Meeting Friday, 7:45: p. m.
tine business was transacted. Mrs. i a Mr. and Mrs. McGhInn., and Cailthor i-9, Padgett Sunday They were enroute to the
the termination of the twolocal; young men who recently Other and services LAWTCT
Thelma Cadell was the winner of meetini g O. C. Norman fallahassejvisited afternoon. Concord Baptist Church in Tampa meetings by
the lovely condiment tray, which the ladies presented her a beautiful hi&sister Mrs. A,.J,.Greet L t ,Julius Kowatch and son, Junior, AB enlisted Dennis in,the Mathews Air Force, AF:1465- where he is speaker at a Bible announcement Sunday School, 10 a.YPE'm. Morning .Service
hobnail tufted Worship 11 a. m.
Bras presented to her bedspread. Or 1 on Thursday Mr, Green's mother i in St. Conference.
by Mrs. J. weresightseeiag ,, Augustine 7666 and AD Dewayne Elder, AF
Wednesday night a surprise so- Mrs. Florence The regular services this week mWAY CHAPEL Saturday, 7:30 p. a.
:B. Godwin. Green of Jacksonville
members were : over. the weekend. ,,Point,of interest 14657669. Flight 206 Box. 1506) ,
piesent. Mrs. N. G. Davis of Lake cial was given for Mr" and Mrs'. is their house guest. this I was Marineland. Lackland AFB Texas. will be climaxed by special music ASSEMBLY OF GOD

Butler and Mrs. R. M. McCaskill Bradley by members of the t week. Mr., and Mrs. Thomas O'Brien ,by the young people on Sunday. G. M. Osbarae, Pastor TYUSConvalescent

*ere welcomed as guests and: in- church in the recreation build ,Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bradley lefl t and children and Mrs..Verble An Pvt: Smith A..Devoe Jr., son of Sunday' School, 10 a. m. Morning Home

Tiled to join the club. Delicious ing of the Raiford Baptist ChurchAt i on Tuesday morning to visit Mr,. derson'were dinner,guests,of .Mr, Mr., and, Mrs. Smith,, Devoe of No Spring Season Worship, 11 a. xn. Evangelistic -
refreshments were served by the this time they received man 1F Bradley's brother' and family ir L an'd} Mrs.tohnnieMcNea1. in Jack- Starke, recently arrived in France On Service- 7:45 p. m. Thursday "A. Home .Away From' Home"
lovely and useful gifts. On Sun Turkey Gobblers
hostesses-- Mrs. L. J. Swann and Monroe, Ga.Visitors fonvilje last..Friday. night and: 'is now,,a. member the UnitedStates weekly prayer service. Invitation ASK TOn DOCTOR
Mrs. L. E, day afternoon group of the r of Mr. and Mrs. R. V,. extended to
Dugger. meeting !Linda. Faye Brpokins of HamptoniVisi&Ed Army ,Garrison located In This District everyone. ABOUT tTS
at the State Farm.callec:I ,
will be on the second Tuesday in Turner during the weekend were Miss ,Patsy O'Brienpunday. in -
Camp des Loges, .Pyt. Devoe
April.-All State Farm Ladies are and presented gifts to them. her grandmother Mrs. Dora Burt. jj Sportsmen in Northeast Florida IIEILBIULYV BUSSIONABYBAPTIST : Your Inspection Invited
I |is a military policeman the
invited come. Visitors of Mr. and Mrs.. J. M cn of Atlanta, Ga., Mrs Alice Anderson -,,, j t Mr and Mrs. Albert Griffis and garrison's, headquarters detachmerlt. were reminded this week that .CHURCH Nurses on Duty 24 lint. Daily
1 Mr and Mrs. Charles Bradley on Sunday were Mr, and I I of Starke and Mr.. Roy family attended the Steak Supper enteith last there would not be a 1958 Spring
settle and'children Sue clover-I Mrs. VanceN.. Geiger, Mr. and I Turner of Lake Butler. On Saturday ..for"the employees of,.the,funny .,,He received: Army basic Gobbler Season in the second Sunday Schocn10 a. m. Homing 327 S. Thompson i'hone 153
September, and.
cf Tampa spent the Mrs J..S. O'Guin and little sons, afternoon Mrs. Turnerand I ;Land Training Center ,in.Gatoesj.vil tracing at,Fort Gordon,..Ga. district. This special season pre- Worship, 11 a. m. Evening .

sir and Mrs. P. D. Fancher Jr. and Reese Bradley all of Jack. Mrs. Burton drove- over to Gain, \\e, Saturday evening, j viously scheduled from March 29 .. I

Mr. and Ides W. ,E. Fancher of sonville. esrille. ,4 t r Henry.I4tchman. visited Miss Sgt. 1st Class Albert W. Chapman -', through April 6, was closed by THE SOUTH'S MOST FAMOUS PAINT

Birmingham, Ala. were dinner Mr. and Mrs. Milo Seigler and I. Mr. and Mrs W. N. North and: Linda McCray, Saturday of last, whose wife, Norma, livesat recent Commission action. ,., .,

Quests of 'the Fancher family on children visited- Mrs. Seigler'J g I Billy visited Mr.'and Mr8.-H.: iweek., 538 Brownlee St., recently left Reports from hunters and Commission EVERY
Saturday and Sunday nights. parents, Mr. and'Mrs.. Bryar j Davis and family in.Gainesville, Fort .Benning Ga. for Europe personnel throughput, the only 4.98 per. gal. 2tiD FREE

N* P. 3. Crews returned home from Whitfield, in Camnville, enroutc i on Sunday. ruder the Army's unit rotation 16 counties, in this region indicated UP GAL. So .. -
Jacksonville on Tuesday after beIng to Gainesville on Saturday. Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. R; M. that turkey, populations, '
plan. He is a member of the, 3rd
a patient in St., Vincent's Mr. and Mrs. Harlice EUingtor I Cadell on Sunday: were, Mr. and SERYICE'EN!\ Inf. Div, which is replacing the ,were far; below normal in many I MARY CARTER PAINT STORE

Hospital tor the past week. His and children of' Olustee wen! Mrs. E. L. Yarborough and child 10th. Inf. Div: in Germany. Sgt. ,of these counties. Extremely unfavorable FU 6.7588

Aster and brother-in-law..Mr. and spend-the-day guests of Mr.. anMrs. i dren, Thelma and Eddie. Mrs. > 1. JY Chapman entered the Army in weather conditions during 501 N. W. 8th Ave. Gainesville
Mrs. W. H. Richardson came home E. A. .Griffis on Sunday. I Vickey' Bloome andson, and- Mr liL! 1848 and holds the Bronze Starliedaljidtbe the ,past 12 months are in

irith him and were their guests Mr. and Mrs. Mack A. Sweal t:I and Mrs. Russ Cadell Kingsley.. : 1W :K Combat Infantryman large part responsible. .Sportsmen i I 4. ... ..... .r "., 2 .. e ,

that ev nlnr.J were in Jacksonville for the da Lake,., .J.Y I" BadgeI', q i I are urged cooperate in every
: Mr. and Mrs. Marion Hingsenof way in helping protect these
Sunday dinner ma-
guests Mr. on Sunday. While there they visit .
Live Oak -and Mr. and Mrs. jestic birds
game during the -
C. :Prevatt, Jr., son coming
Luther Griffis, Airman USN Pvt. Myron ,
Robert Lowe pf Jacksonville were nesting, season and
son of Mr. i and'Mrs. Luther Grif- oIJdq".and Mrs.,,MyrQn :Prevatt
spend-the-day-guests-of Mr. and the 'summer, thus helping to increase
SAYE I ;is- Sr. of Rt. 1.Starkerecently of Keystone wijjv, i leave Fort NEWSat
qr Fred Cannon on Sunday. their numbers.
LOW Mrs;
and |look_'part in special training,, .e*- Bennirig. Ga. in April,for, Europe
i Judge and'Mrs.. T. A. Yawn The Northwest t Florida countiescomprisingthe'
frcises .in 'the; Pacific Ocean & under} Jhe.Anny.'s: rotation plan.
I family spent Sunday with Mrs.Yawn's' :I 'is ,t third district will
board the.attack ,.carrier USS He also >, memberolthe,3r1I
t PRICES parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. 'have the gobbler sche-
Midway. The bir: ship-,is now-'iat Inf. Div. and isatriflem&niri, ,Co. season as home. -.
Q: Caldwell. ttie-Bremerton :Naval Shipyards,' C;of, thedjvljsion's' ,7th Inf. ,He duled from, March 29 through ." ,." .

PLUS tin and kr.seheduled.ta to the.Far entered(the, Army last ,October APril gobblers 6;, morning hunting only- tin your car .,
T. only.-season and daily
fast ,hi August : af r. graduating: from, BH$. ..- "-.
I !bag limits in accordance with and .
J.w. LONG BRmcrAND William. 9' g C?:-Broughton. hospital '!t'W"y"'YW9y; 'f: :rr ..yyyyyy 111 'VV..Ynl :inclusive wi.th.the regular season. i.wherever you are, on .. _:

J4EW RIVER apprentice, USN.son of'' M.,and Clarence Knight and Jim Strick ,

I ,GREENS t Mr*. E. A. Sapp Mrs., Carl Brooghtcin of Graham; 'JEtY' .jllLLfcf land were the only former pastors. .

,AAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAA ;and RobertL. Cain seaman-: .apprentice ; Mr/ Strickland based his messageon WRGR

f S son.of Mr. AndMrs.,W. .Hn. TJ. L' triekrand Romj:8: 19-20 and 2 Peter 1:2;
STAMPS faster Services ,y. Caiu; also of Grahanv recently; 5-8. He gave us' a great lesson on

1 There will be a full day of services -'completed, ,NavalHospital. Corps I AA.A.AALAAAiuAAAAiuOur endurance, recalling how hard it :;

Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good Thru Apr. 5th : at the New River. Baptist; !BchOGI-at Great Lkes.'111.Pft. '' daughter in-law',' Mrs. wasto get from one church to an- 1490 on your dial : i-
Church Sunday with Sunday 'I''I'fJ Charles Fields spent the afternoon other. He said that he walked ,
School at 10 a. m. and Rev. L. L: :.Warred Boatwright, son' home from' Highland, often taking
with us last Monday. She told us Three 15-Minute Summaries Daily
MAXWELL HOUSE Parker bringing the-message at of.Mi-s.Effie Boatwright, of Law- off his shoes to ford a branch. .
Medical !
f that she had to Duval -
t ; 11. Dinner will be spread on the tey and husband of. the former :! The =
l to see Pa Jim but hebad old folks enjoyed attending 7:00 AM -.12:15 PM 6:00 PMI ... ,
center .
table at 12:30.. There will be, a Linda Crews also.of; Lawtey ,is church: then.. Now if we, live' two 4 ,* .
come -
] short Easter. Program.at.,2. Thq taking part In six-week;amphi- and blocks from the church we haveto
John Betty Brumbelow
CoffeeS I-Lb Bag 6ge theme will be the Sealed Tomb .bious operation with an Atlantic spent the week with Mom and use the automobile. We stay at with CHUCK DENT

and the Ressurection. After this,Fleet Marine Force Training Dad' .'Strickland and attendedIomeconiing home turn on the radio and listen .. .* 1 .
there will be an egg hunt. Everytone Group,in Puerto Rico. After this to a good sermon but this does '
| services 'with themat Twelve 5-Minute Reports Daily .
invited. There will be nq operation" the Marines wijl ,re- rot let us enjoy the fellowship of .
Highland. They returned home .. -
evening services. embark and return to their East God's House., "
I to Aa ks{>pville.Tuesday of thislv'ee on the hour I LUG
Long Bridge Church Coast: bases Well, the 'coons, skunks and
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Rigby who rabbits
j I No one has helped 'us with the arE."lully visiting us now,
.SliqRTENING: live at the Park of the Palms will Pvt Maurice A. Prevatt whose even.come, onto- the back
... news this week so it all comes up porch.
-- be with us' at Long Bridge Church wife, Ovedia, lives at.Raifor, recently fbcrt agajn.# i.: With a little help ,We have been unable to get them. 'Living Sound' in Music .

Sunday. He will bring an,, Easter took -part In Sabre Hawk, : Looks as if wt,will have to I,', .
SNOWM" !V could have a gocdJ column: ferguiaViLo1 ; go on
Message at 11 at m.. and an old a' 7th 'A 1IJy''maneuver involving thE woods- the "graveyard shift" to get them. On WRGR The Starke Station
3 Lb Can 69c fashioned basket, dinner will, 'be, afore than: 100,000 troopshi i Ger- : ; 7r t We 'have watched f until after,11 --

DRIFT spread at>the,noon hour.An egg ,many. PreTait.entered the Army The revfvaLat Highland Church j p, m. and failed.to catch them.
.. hunt will i be held in the; after- in May 1957 and completed basic starts., April:. ,16." and.. ,continues
r.oon. Everyone is invited to bringa training at Fort Hood Texas...He through April 26. It will be conducted -

i basket and,enjoy the fellowshipwith has been.In Europe nee1 last No by O. E. Boles, pastor of
I Share the Profits in Starke
us. vember. : ]Vjrcodlawn Baptist Church, Jack-
i t 9nvile! .
Social News -
NEW BLUE Mr. and Mrs. Fonie Crews and Specialist 2-c Oliver H. Aspin- it We are glad to say the Junior '

Mr. and 'Mrs. Joe. Moody were in wall Jr.i son of Mrs,Margaret DaIs girls of tl Highland Church were ) f I

Ocala/ Sunday visiting the R. V. of Starke, was another local the banner class Sunday. We are ,, s, s f I I II

Turners., serviceman taking part in Sabre also glad to say that we happenedto .
Gt .kg5ge [i : 3-C E. M. Freddie Johns left Hawk. .Specialist .AspinwalJ, ,a be the teacher of this class. We I

Sunday for Norfolk, .Va. after personnel management < special are proud of these girls, we have i

a I spending. his 17. day leave :with 1st, :entered the Army in.. :June; .two'boys in the class, they all
his father. Miller Johns of Starke ;1953 and arrived,overseas in.?Jan shop.much interestin,their work.

and his brother, M. L. and familyof wart He graduated from Brad- The Homecoming service was

SMOKEDHAMS Long Bridge.. *. ford High School. in 1953.' :j' very interesting. J. F. Conway was I a 7
Pliny Crews and Mrs. Virginia the morning speaker. His message I I
Roberts of. Fort Myers visite4 Specialist 2-c Thomas H. Rho- was based on Ruth 1:5,21 and'I FRI.-SAT..

Mr. and Mrs. Ethan Sapp Prida den son.of Mr.'and. Mrs.. Schiley Samuel 191920.: This message APR. 4-5
and Saturday. : Rhoden of' Rt. 1, .starke"' waS, .a f-as on the folly of idol worship.

her 14th birthday last Saturday tion ,Sabre Hawk jn Germany. I the evening First of the speakers Pocket Size ,Motorola AutomaticVestinghous

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dult Choir Practice 7:30 p. m. I l ADVKNTIST CHURCH .;
I Lawtey School, li a. m.: morning Service Wednesday 7:30: p. m.
Sunday Church School for Morning worship, 11 &.In. I Services} each Sabbath in th A. F. Massey Pastor worship, il a, m.; Jralninj Everyone welcome..
all ages. 9:45'a.: m. Morning- Wor- Rev. J. E. Sherwood, pastor I: home of S. N. Brown across from Bible school, 10 a. m. union 7 p. m.: evening worship #
CHURCH NEWSMethodist ship"Thi" $ '. Life and the Life tq Sunday School 10'. Bethel Baptist Church east of Preaching 11 a. m. 8 p. m. CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST
Come 11 a. m. Youth Fellow- Youth Churcn., T,p. !u. '.Starke. Sabbath School 2 p. m Evening Service, 7:30 p. m. Wednesday-Hour. of Prayer, LATTER DAY SAI:T
slip 6 m. Evening Worship
p. .
, : Wednesday Prayer Meeting Bible Study each Wednesday Bible Study and Prayer Meet- 8 p. m. Services each Sunday in o4
n "Training and Orientation 7:30: 7:30 .
p.m.Adult 7:30: p. m.-ArdfQ :,Mote ,pastor Jig 7:30 pm., Wednesday. Masonic Hall on E Call St Sunday -
-.r- p.m. Choir practice, 6:45 pjn. Radio program 8 to 8.30 a. PENTECOSTAL BOLUQ.SS.CBU School 11L m. Sacrament
Monday Stark Social Club
mediate Wednesday. mGHLo\NtJ n. each Sunday over station > W' Service .:30
Church Groups. p m. Everyone wel
will meet at St. Mark's Parish Ladies
Council 1st end 3rd .
7:30: Evening Worship Ser- House, 7:30: m. BAPTIST CHURCH I \"RGR. Starke. Sunday School, 1! a. m.; Morn come.
i 8:15: Sunrise service sponsored vice.A. Tuesday The Circles of the Tuesday.Everybody nights.welcome: to each Sunday School 9:45: .a. m ing Worship, 11 a. m.j,; Evangelistic
by the Ministerial Association nursery will be provided for Women of the,Church will,meet service Morning' Worship 11 "a.m. and NORTH SIDE services, 7:30: p. m. KLvOSLEY: LARK:
lo be held in the High School the small children during the as fpjlows: circle 2, Mrs. K. G. 7:30'p.. iii.\ Prayer Meeting each BAPTIST CHURCH Wednesday Prayer Meeting MISSIONARY BAPTIST
Stadium. morning wprship. Wednesday, 7:30 Rev Sunday School, Morn 7:30 p. m.
Duncan hostess ip a, m.; Circle CATHOLIC CHURCH : p. m. 10.a. m. School ,
Sunday 9:45:
t 8:30: Early Service Morning Everyone is invited to come and 1, Mr?. B. C. Holtendorf, Sr., George Chism pastor. Everybody ing Worship, 11 a..In.. Training a.m.a.m. Morn
tog T7:::ship 11
Vprship. This is a duplicate service worship 1 in First Methodist hostess 8 p. m.; Circle 3, ltiirs. St Edward's, Starke: Sunday welcome. Union, 6:30 p. m. Evening Wor- CHURCH QF CHRIST Evening
of the 11 o'clock worship for Church. A warm welcome awaits Leven Andrews, hostess. 8 p. inl: Mass 1Q:00.: a.m. Holyday :Masses, ship, 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting! C. L. Overtorf Jr, Minister 7:30p.m. Prayer Meattnt
these who wish to worship early. you.Our Thursday Junior.Choir practice 6:30 and 8:30'a.m.. Sign of the LAWTEY CHURCH OF CHRIST Wednesday, 7:30: p. m. Everyone Sunday gunday School 10 Wednesday 7:30 pjn. Everyone
J:45): Sunday. School for all Worship is broadcast every 3:30: p. m, Cross, Friday, .8 p.m. Catechism (presently meeting in City Hall welcome. R C. Harvey pastor a. m. morning service 11 a. nx, pastor.welcome.-Rev. H. H. )Lott.
ages. Sunday morning 'over station Class for children every Saturday Sunday-Bible study, 10 a. m.. evening service 6:30 p. m.
U00: Morning Worship. WEGR. GRAHAM P:30 a. m. worship! 11 a.m., HAMPTON Wednesday Bible study 7:50 NEW RIVER
i 6:15: .- -Dine-A-Mite" for the BAPTIST CHUCHSunday St. William's, Keystone E\.ening-Young people's Bible CHB1STIAN CHURCH p. m.AHt. BAPTIST CHURCH
Senior and Intermediate M. Y. P. Presbyterian ChurchFriday : chool, 1Q a., rp. .Morn Heights (follow Hiway 21 south study, 7; preaching, 7:30. Christtan Endeavor Friday /..Wp.
\ 645.; Worship and Business lug .Worship, U a7 in. Training tp*St William sign Sunday Mass Wednesday-Bible, study, 7:30 m. Bible Study Wednesday. PARK BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School 10 a. m. Worship
meetings. of the Senior and. Inter- -. Noon- .. .day.. 'Service, -."- .atCUURCII Union, 6:30: p. m., Evening Wor 8:15, ajn. ,HQ1i day Mass, 730;; : p. m- i 73u p, m._ Sunday lonunR Worship Sunday School.8:45 a. m.;-Morning Hour 11 a. m. Evening Serv.c -
,. ship, j30; p. m- Rev. W. O. a.m. Confessions before all,Masses. Radio ProgramStation II 11 a. m. Evening Worship Worship 11 a. m. Training ..: 7 p. m. Prayer Meeting. eats,
Collins, Sr., pastor. WRGR Monday: 6:3p a. m. 7:30 p. m. Bible School. 10 a. m.*Union 6:45'p.'m.. Evening. .Wor Wednesday, 7:30 pjn.
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wine I shall be held In accordance with If you are not In favor of the R.J.E. HIGH SCHOOL. Starke- ered electors residing in said District -
NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED Antioch Baptist Church and under the requirements of issuance of the bonds place an Construct five (Ii) classrooms. who are freeholders and en-
Section 17. Article XII. Florida "X" mark )in the space to the ANDERSON JUNIOR HIGH titled to vote in said special elec
CITIZENS OF Antioch Baptist Church Rev. i.Constitution. left of the words "Against SCHOOL. Lawtey-Construct new tion. A certified ropy of such list
BRADFORD COUNTYBy George Lee, pastor will hold regular SECTION 2. The ReregistrationBooks Bonds. cafetorium. shall be furnished to the inspectors
for said special! election will SECTION 7. the Superintendentof Said bonds shall be dated the and clerks of the election at each
Ozora J. ShellEaster communion and Easter serviceon be cloned 'on March 14. 135S which Public Instruction Is hereby 1st day of May 1858 and shall bear place where the votes are to be
Sunday starting with Sunday raid date is not less than fourteen authorized and directed to have Interest from the date thereof until cast at said election and a certified

.i....... ..................................... School at 10 a. m. Supt. Carter in :: SOlI. SIKKTIsi I days SECTION prior to 3. The the special'election.election_ sufficient printed on number plain of while the aforesaid paper a per paid cent at per a rate annum not payable to exceed semipreserved six copy of such among list the shall records be filed of this and

charge. Morning sermon by the hereby called to be held on the paper ballots and deliver them to annually on the 1st day of May and Board.
Holidays'I I I The regular meeting will be held pastor or appointee. During the Soil Conservation nth day of April. 1958. shall be the inspectors and clerks on or November of each year, and shall SECTION 10. This Resolution
All schools in Bradford County'on Monday April 7 at the regular held at: before the date and time for open- be in the denomination of 11.000.ahall be published in full by the
will be closed from Thursday att! hour. All members are asked to be afternoon Baptism will be held City Hall. Lawtey ing the polls for such election. each; said bonds shall be callable Superintendent of Public Instruction
Courthouse Starke for North SECTION 8. The superintendentof ten years from date of issuance week for five
at Crosby Lake. At the evening once a (5) 3:30 p. m. to Tuesday April 8' atj I present and on time. Business of N-E-W-S Starke. Public Instruction shall publisha thereof upon terms prescribed by weeks in the Bradford

8:30: a. m., Schools will observe importance will be transacted.Mrs. service Holy Communion will be Snow: Chevrolet for South: Starke. notice of the election hereby said Eoard and shall mature serially County Telegraph, a newspaper of
administered by the pastor. All By Leon W. Carter Rivers Service Station. Graham. called in the Bradford County Telegraph in annual installments on the general circulation In Special Tax
Good Friday and Easter Monday. Ccrean McNeil, president., Community Center. Brooker. a newspaper of general circulation 1st day of May from 1959 to 1973, School District Number One. Brad
All members are asked to attend services City Hall. Hampton. in Special Tax School District both inclusive. ford .
parents are asked to see that R B. Cohen, reporter.HeroinesMasonsStars. County Florida the first publication
all day. Visitors are always Soil Conservation Service r Community Center, Theressa. Number One, Bradford County All duly qualified electors of thereof shall be not less
children report to school and be welcome.We School Building New River.In Florida. Said notice shall be Special Tax: School District Number than thirty (30) days prior to said
at regular bus stops on time Tues- Most Ancient Matron Sophia are glad to announce the event the polling places published at least once each week One of Bradford County, who are election. This Resolution shall b*
day morning. These holidays Royal led the tnat Deacon Clarence Williams is hereby designated be not availablefor for five consecutive weeks with the freeholders and who have been republished as a part of the notice of
triumphant marchto
are much improved and to be use for any cause on the date first publication thereof to be not registered in the special re.regsaid! special election as authorised
also considered as the spring vac- New Bethel Baptist Church on hopes Complete soil and water conservation fixed for said election the Board less than thirty days prior to the tration of freeholders previously by Sections Z3i.U and 2SS.SS:: Flor
ation for the children of Brad- Sunday where able' to attend church on Sunday.All 'farm plans werede of Public Instruction of Bradford date of said special election. This held for said bond election shall be ida Statutes
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members of Calvary County does hereby reserve the Resolution, of which this notice is entitled to vote on the question of SECTION 11. All resolutions or
ford County. We hope they ;:rut service was held in commemoration are cordially livered to Markalee Starling, Dan right to forthwith designate an- a part, may be incorporated in and the issuance of said bonds provided orders as the same may be in conflict
it turn to school refreshed and of Crucifixion of Christ. invited to worship with us Starling and Martin Rodriquez other and different polling place. published as a part of the notice, however, that any qualified herewith are hereby repealed
all day in joint Easter service.Sis SECTION 4. The following are which said notice shall be in substantially electors residing in the District and this Resolution shall take effect .
ready for the last nine weeks of Mrs. M. Paul served as mistressesof I came up to Markalee and E. designated as inspectors and clerks the following form: who are freeholders may vote at immediately upon its adoption.said .
school. ceremonies and also gave the Aarata Williams reporter. D. loading some fill dirt. Mark- respectively to conduct said elec ".%..tlee .f SperUI Elect.. .f Freeholders bond election upon complying BOARD OF PUPLTC INSTRUCTION
Bethlehem Freewill Baptist 1 tion: of Special Tax School with the requirements of lubaee0' Bradford County, Florida
Summer Program meaning of this celebration to the alee stopped leaned on his shovel Lawtey-Mrs. Fred Moore, Clerk: District amber 0>.. Bradford tion (d) of Section 100.341 Florida D. W. Starting Chairman.

On Wednesday at 3 p. m. in the audience. Music was furnished by Church and we discussed the possibilitiescf Mrs. Hubert Priest and Mrs. Wilma Coots Florida, To Determine Statutes." ATTEST:
Bethlehem Freewill Baptist based remarked Wainwright Inspectors. Whether the Board of Public IntrnrtloB SECTION 9. The Supervisor of H. P. Morgan. Superintendent of
Antioch a rotation. He
Church grass
office of Principal Eddie Thomp- Baptist chcir. Rev. North /Starke-A. U CrosbY of Bradford CoBBty for Registration is hereby -authorised Public Instruction Bradford
kins at RJE the summer school The pre-program was presentedby Church, L. McKay pastor that he has had less bug Clerk; Sarah Hunter and Austin and OB B..lf.f Special Tax and directed to make up and certiCountT., Florida.

faculty met with Mr. L.' H. Gibson ,the Juveniles of Ruth Court 18, .held a very successful Men's Day trouble with crops planted after Winkler Inspectors. !School District amber Oat of fy a list of all qualified re-regist 3/13 5t 4/11
John Shall Issue
on the fourth Sunday in March. South :Starke: Uodwln. Bradford Coaatr I
director of the summer pro- Introduction of speaker, Rev. J. P. turning a field that has been in Clerk: Duggar Jones and Louise Bonds of !Said! District HatarUc

gram and General Supervisor of Franklin Sermon Rev. George Special thanks to all the churches, grass for several years. The Soil Tenley, inspectors. Serially from 183t to 1878. la-
ministers and choirs that made Graham Clarence J. Frailer rlBive. ,
schools in Bradford County, to Lee pastor of Antioch and Cal- Conservation Service has been Clerk; John A. J. McKinney and Notice is hereby gl'enthat- a

make plans for the summer S program vary Baptist Churches Starke. In this day a great success. Sundayis helping farmers get started on a Bessie Wasdin, Inspectors. special election will be held in
regular past rial day and Easter Hampton-William H. Maxwell Special Tax School District Number KOCH'SEASTER
and activities to be offered the absence of Joshua Damon sod based or grass based, crop '
Sunday. Services will be held all Clerk; Frank L. Williams and M. One of Bradford County, Florida,
The two centers for our program Dell Deacon John Diggs took rotation. The method is to turna M. Matchett. Inspectors.New at:

will charge and did very fine Job.A day beginning with Sunday permanent pasture in the fall, River-Reddish Andrews, City Hall. Lawtey.
continue to be RJE and An- a Clerk; Winnie Mae Andrews and Courthouse Starke for North
School at
19 a. m. Supt. S. W.
derson Junior High Lawtey, large group was in attendance and plant some winter grazing,or Agnes Johns. Inspectors. Starke. SALE

Swimming will be the feature for and Worthy Matron thanked all Newman in charge. Morning cover crop. In the Spring, plant Theressa-Mrs. J. D. Grlffis, Snow Chevrolet for South StarKe.
message will be delivered by the Clerk; Virginia Dryden Merle L. Rivera Service Station Graham.
the summer and win be 'offered who participated and contributedto your regular.,crops, A soil that Packham. Inspectors. Community Center, Brooker.

on Monday, Wednesday and Fri- make the celebration a very pastor. The Easter program will has been In a permanent grass Brooker-M.' D. Harrell. Clerk; City Haft, Hampton.
be presented by the Sunday Melba H Green and Lucille T. Hai- Community Center Theressa.
day at Lake Whitamore under successful one. All members are for four or five years will have en. Inspectors.In School Puilding. New River.

the instruction of Principals An- asked to attend the Grand Lodge School in the afternoon. Evening most of the soil bugs starved out. the event any inspector or on the 19th day of April. 195S. in &&gjJJtn4 JACKSONVILLEPRICES
service at 7 p. m. Prayer meeting clerk, BO named. Is unable to serveas accordance with a resolution pass
derson and Thompkins. Parentsere in Jacksonville which begins on This will give your crops several
each Wednesday night I Can such the Board of Public Instruction ed and adopted by the Board of
asked now to plan 'to send April 15. Delegates from Starke years of good growing conditions.But reserves the right to ap Public Instruction of Bradford v
will include: Most Ancient Matron I Circle every Saturday evening. don't forget to plant another point a substitute or substitutes.The County Florida, on the 8th day of !
their children
to, school for two determine whetherthe
Start your missionary work by inspectors and clerk shall make March. 1958 to )
months in the summer. The pro- Sophia Royal: Worthy Matron, field to permanent pasture. If youdon't their returns to said Board Im- Board of Public Instruction of
visiting the sick in our hospitalsend will of mediately after the special elec- Bradford County. Florida, for and
gram will start around the middleof Janie S. Mitchell: and Worthy you be out a grass-
I Tax School
community. Sis Gladys Blye. ,tion. on behalf of Special :
June and close after the first patron and Joshua Damon Dell. i based rotation right quick.I SECTION 5. The, polls will be District Number One of Bradford We Will Not Be

week in August. On Tuesday and Eastern'Star Meeting reporter. stopped and talked with Alton open at, voting places on the date County shall Issue serial bonds in oe
Allen Chapel A. M. E. Church of said special election from '7:00 the principal amount of $450,300.00:
Thursday arts and crafts, audio: Regular meeting of Dell Chapter E. Church. Bolles the other day and we discussed A.M. 'until 7:00 P.M. on the same for the following purposes: ,
Allen A. M.
visual aids, music games, sports 168 will be held at the Masonic Chapel the use of Giant Striata date. Only the duly qualified BROOKER JUNIOR HIGH Undersold
Rev. L. A. Sampson, pastor will electors residing in said District SCHOOL Renovate existing
Hall Brownlee Street at the Crotalaria and soil
on as a grazing
and community recreation. hold regular communion and who are freeholders and who have buildings, paint buildings pur-
Anderson Junior usual hour. All members are ask- building crop. Alton told me he been re-registered in the special chase necessary equipment and
High, School ed to attend. Very important Easter service all day starting liked the Crotalaria. ''He said it re-registration previously held for improve site. Selection '
Regular meeting of the PTA with Sunday School at 10 a. m. said bond election will be permittedto HAMPTON ELEMENTARY Large
business to be transacted. Ranell kept his cows in good shape way SCHOOL Renovate existing
was held at the school last Tues- vote in said bond election; provided -
Sister Irene Thomas, supt. Love however, that qualified building, paint buildings, pur-
English reporter. up into winter. Some of the other
day with President-Linwood Craw- Feast at 11 a. m. led by the pastor. electors residing in the District chase necessary equipment, en- EASTER RABBITS 98c 12.95.I
Church News folks that use Giant Striata for who and improve site.
ford in charge.,The main item on Music will be furnished by the are freeholders may vote at
New Bethel Baptist Church grazing crop are Dr. Brownleeand said bond election upon rowplyiuarwith LAWTEY JR.. HIGH SCHOOL
the agenda was practice for the children's choir under the direct- the requirements of subsection -Renovate existing ,buildings,
Adult Talent Show which will be New Bethel, Baptist Church ion of Sister N. L. Pullum. The Authur ,.McRae. They both (d) of Section 100.241. Florida paint buildings, purchase necessary -
Rev. A.. Vinson, pastor will hold have got good results with it. At Statutes. equipment Improve sIte. Empty Easter
presented for the: PTA during Pre-Easter Missionary Tea was SECTION S. The form of ballotto construct new cafeteria and
,April. Watch this paper for the regular services all day Sunday very successful with Mrs. Gloria the last Cattlemen's meeting I be used at said special election construct new classrooms. BasketslOc to 1.69

date. The greatest talent in Brad- starting with Sunday School, I asked Zedra and Tommy Hamilton shall be ,In substantially the following STARKE ELEMENTARY
i McFadden as guest speaker. She form: SCHOOL-Construct new library.
Hankerson in about the availability of
Supt. S. W charge. '
appear used as a subject this question: Grass 10c & 19c
Plan now to attend. Easter morning message by the Giant Striata Crotalaria'seed.. Special Tax: !School! District Number SCHOOL-Construct new audi- -
program. Is The World Growing Better?
pastor, Rev. A. Vinson. The Sun Tommy told me they are going to Omt torium.
Watch this paper for date, time, The parents who have not reported BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA NEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Plastic Easter
and place. Mrs. Catherine' John- day School Easter program will plant all the seed they have. April 10. 18 3S Erect new school in or near
be held at 3 p. m. under the di- for the baby, contest are askedto Shall the Board of Public Instruction Starke to include six: (6) ,classl'Iumblng -
Zedra tells me there were not tOe to 98c
,son reporter. Mr. C. C. Anderson do so in order that we may of Bradford County Bunny -
rection of Mrs. Pauline Marshall for the missionary much seed combined this year. Florida: for and on behalf of ,
Principal. complete our report to
i' At
and Amandalene Chandler.Music Special Tax School District Num-
Carnation Club Meeting will be furnished by Mrs. Maurice department of the general So if you are going to plant some ber One of said County issue in s Its Best JELLY BEANS
serial bonds In the principal r
church fund obligations. Sister
White and the Easter Choir. Allparents crotalaria you better get your amount of $450.000.00. bearing AO Types
invited to out Elizabeth Givens, president thanksall interest at a rate not to exceed I 10 oz. pkg. 25c ;
come seed .
:: are now.Wildlife .I
LIVE BAIT BOATS persons for their past as wellas six per cent per annum, matur-
and hear this very fine Easter planting material was ing serially from 1959 to 1978, Economical
future support in the missionary Marshmallow
program. At 7 p. m. regular com- both inclusive; callable ten I ., Prices
COTTAGES work. At 3 p. m. Sunday the delivered to Pee Wee DamPier\\ ,years from the, date of issuance
munion service will be held by the EGGS 12 29c
annual Easter Exercise will be Mrs. Philip upon the terms prescribed by :jI oz. 'lS
RUTLEDGE'S members the said Board of Public Instruction
pastor and officers. -
presented by the Sunday School Peuker and V. R. Ferguson. This for the of financing Installation and ServiceOf
1 Mi. South of ere asked to come out and have Make-up Easter
KeystoneOn under the direction of Supt. Irene material wpl be planted to feed the cost of certain proJ-
spiritual strength renewedby ects for school improvements in All Types CHOCOLATE COVERED
Route 100 and the quail to stayin
Thomas and others. The general encourage
said District the' principal of Baskets 59c
the bread and ; -
partaking public is invited to come out and the area. "Odd areas" on and Interest on said bonds shall Plumbing & Heating up'EASTER EGGS
be paid from a special. ad va-
farms be managed for wildlife -
Men's Clothing mm hear these young people. Regular can lorem tax: levied on all taxable Easter BASKETS
ni I STfl RE Holy Communion will be given by "Odd areas" are such placesas property in said District and GNANNPI..UMBING Quarter Pound 25c

ALVAREZ' Established 1894 11I111 the pastor at the 6 p. m. worshipSis. fence corners, barrow pits, a- for said the principal prompt and payment Interest of, the the CO. Made To Order

E. J. Givens,' reporter. bandoned roads, and I good land full faith and credit of said Half Pound 39c

isolated by ditches and streams. Special Tax: School District Num- 118 Court Street Come in and let us make -
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ber One shall be
More wildlife is a result of apply- FOR PONDSAGAINST PHONE 514-J
basket to suit
up your
One Pound 59c
ing soil and water conservation __- BONDS
Share the Profits in StarkeI Instruction to Voters: If you are your individual taste.
practices in a unique partnership.The in favor of the issuance of the Night Call Collect 2S96
individual farmer rancher bonds, place an "X" mark in the Small and Large Boxes

v gets help from a local govern- "For space Bonds.to the" left of the words Keystone Heights Large Selection Fine CANDIES

i mental unit the soil conservation EASTER CARDS

1 t1aU district, which, in turn, is assistedby I By Whitman Norris,

State and Federal agencies, Including '" That's Our BusinessIf For the Whole Family f Hollingsworth

the Soil Conservation Ser-
It's Glass -. We Have IU!
,. vice.
\\ ll" t CALL WRITE or VISIT Free Truck Delivery.. Anywhere in City

RMolntloa ratlin A Special Elrc-
... no..f Freeholder of Speelal Joe Peters Glass Co
Tax School DUtrirt X mWr .. PHONE 53 -
.f Bradford County Florida Te
FRL-SAT. t Be Held oa April 18, 1958. To Detrrmlae FOR ANY GLASS NEED
Wanner Bond of Said
APR 4-5 District la the ,Amoamt of $450- We Design Modern Store Fronts DRUGSTORE

WHEREAS 000.00 Shall,be the Iwaed.Board of Public Just Mail) Us A Pattern for KOCH

Instruction of Pradford County, Table Tops
Florida by Resolution passed and
REG. 189.95 adopted on the 15th day of February 1313 N.W. 4th PL GanesTille.Fla. Phone FR. 2-4353
= 1353 did determine that aerial
bonds of eald_Special Tax School
District Number One of Bradford
County. Florida In the principal -
==== = Shopportunitymrcmi amount of $450,000.00 should be Issued -
to pay for the following I
I 'school projects In said Special Tax:
I School District Number One. to-


1 1 buildings, paint buildings, pur- ,
\ K' chase necessary equipment. and
Improve site. ,
SCHOOL Renovate existing f
buildings, paint buildings,. pur- _-= v Repair ,
s- chase necessary equipment enlarge ,

LAWTEY and improve JUNIOR site.H .I 0 H Add Rooms .
I iA95'r' SCHOOL Renovate existing Carport --

buildings, paint buildings pur-
chase necessary equipment, Improve -
site, construct new cafe- Bath Room
teria and construct new class
IMI rooms. 3 1:= _


..- RCA Victor Bellamy. Now, table torlum.SCHOOL-Construct new audi WATCH, THIS SPACE FOR WEEKLY SPECIALS

TV that swivels! It turns for the best NEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL- 'Paint
New Roof
viewing angle. RCA SiVverama 17" Erect new school in or near -
Stark to Include six (I) classrooms .
picture tube (overall diagonal)-140 cafeteria and offices.
sq.in.of clear"Living Image" picture. R.J.E. HIGH SCHOOL Starke. G LID DEN PAINTS (LABOR AND MATERIALS)
Construct five (S) classrooms.ANDERSON
Rich, Balanced Fidelity Sound. "Hid- ,
den Panel" tuning, too. Choice of Other Models I From SCHOOL Lawtey Construct SPRED SATIN
cafetorlum.WHEREAS{ .
new ,
modem two-tone finishes ebony -
: the Resolution pass-
& gold ,or gold & silver. Model 129.95 up ed and adopted ,on the 15th day of QT. GAL. FREE ESTIMATES
4 February. 1958. was approved by ,
17S604. the State Superintendent of Public
i Instruction and by,the State Boardof
Education-of FlorldL'NOW 1.36 $4.29
SOLVED by the Board of Public
: Instruction of Bradford County,
Free Estimates Florida that: DAY OR NIGHT
SECTION 1. A special election Is
T V .Service hereby ordered and called by the SEMI GLOSS
Board of Public Instruction of Brad- ORSTARKE
All Work GuaranteedSHEPHERD'S for County, Florida to be held In 45 333
Special Tax: School District Num-
ber One in said County on the 19th ,
day of April. 1(58 ,to, determine
whether the Board, for and on behalf
of said District, shaH issue $1.62 $$528 .
1 .. aerial bonds '' in the principal .

RADIO & TV amount of J150.000.00. bearing ,,interest
at a rate or rates not in excess :-
of six: per cent per annum, BUILDERS
such rate or rates of interest to

.: INMAN D. GREEN Owner be determined upon the par valueof COMPLETE PAINT DEPARTMENT
-, said bonds and to mature seriallyIn
'-- annual installments from 1151
to H7S. both inclusive. Said bonds INC.

TV -- RADIO -- SEAT COVERS -- UPHOLSTERY shall be dated Mar 1, 1351 and SUPPLIES
4 shall be issued for the purpose of Roofing
., .. ? financing the coat 'of the school
projects previously described lathe *
aa Masonry Materials
PHONE 239 STARKE FLA. preamble of this resolution. "
: Said bonds shall be In the denomi- Products '* Water Pumps After 5 P.M. Call Eaton Jordan 340.W
nation of $1,000.00 each and-may be
callable ten years from the date of I *
,- COLOR TV HEADQUARTERS issuance and on any interest pay- Hardware Lawn Mowers AT SAL DEPOT STARKE, FLA.
rooms, cafeteria and offices-: "1
ment elate thereafter upon the

term a. her after provided by
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the Board. Said special election .
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