Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01493
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 10, 1958
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:01493
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Alter Daring Jail Break :

I Altman Sits It Out In Raiford s r r _,pr

1 ryry ,'''ny r N
.a The first prisoner ever to break'held in maximum security I order for him to saw throughtwo ? b a!'

out of the new Bradford County -i'I Sheriff Reddish said it was. his! half-inch steel bars a totalof "..yw Ri.r.4R d.

\ jail is safely behind bars at I understanding that bars to the I four times to remove the necessary

the Raiford State Prison after cells in the county jail were of' sections. The small opening

: two brief days of freedom. case hardened steel with roller I effected near the floor looked -

James Bennett Altman 42, cores that turn upon contact with hardly large enough for a man ..r .rvr .rt..rYr
i charged with the silk stocking; a blade and therefore impossible I of Altman's porportions to squeeze 1E .er

strangulation of Lester Edward'! to saw thrcugh. The two bars cut I through.

s7 tw+t1r Manning in January and being through by Altman were not of;!i' Altman's brother visited him \ !.r'r, i+ --a wIt,as wnrr

: held without bail, hacksawed his I this construction, the Sheriff said,J! one time during his stay of several -
out of his cell early Sunday I I and he intends to launch .r.. a..R.M.4..14 I
way an investigation I months in jail, and his only r..ao ra. sir Ni I
morning and slid to safety froma to see if bars to ether 'I other visitor was his wife Marie yi .N........:.:..:.rwrw w W l.r.w -

second story window down a cells are likewise vulnerable to I'I who saw him often until three ...r.rrr+.Wa.1.y. ,. i Mws isM.

rcpe fashioned from knotted sawing. He will then see if there:':. weeks ago when she stopped Yi.rr.rrsw..wwM r Ufa q..
.f ..
blankets and mattress covers. was any violation of specifications : visiting him. A check by the police rw..u/.r.. 1.frrs4. '

After Altman's recapture Mon-.'by the contractor.. showed she had worked all M fiY4rwuc. IMr

day in one of his cld haunts in Hew Altman obtained the hack night the night cf the escape. .W..Y.,, 1.+1 sy

Jacksonville Sheriff P. D. Red- saw blades remains a mystery. Evidently Altman's prolonged SWDeputy ;y11 MUaM Iy, >w 11ati.r..w. aM

dish obtained a court order from He told the sheriff he carried on, sawing went undetected both by his cell at frequent intervals to

Circuit nudge, Geo. L. Patten to I his sawing operations over a period M I prisoners and jail officials due over; up the noise. I I I Russell Redding (left) and Jailer EK>lph '.

place him for safekeeping in the of two months and several I,:to his clever tactic of running the Four juveniles being held in an Reddish (right) escort escapee Altman back to

Raifcrd prison, where he is being: blades must have been used in i shower and flushing the toilet in idjoining cell [separated by a, jail after rapture in Jacksonville.At ., SINaI

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right: Claude Starting, jail assistant! shows

how Altman hung mattress-cover rope from window

BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH to make his Easter: Sunday g(' awa)'.
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solid partition] said that Altman

kept his shower running and the
Official County Publication Established In 1879 toilet flushing about five
every Board Moves To Recover
-- I minutes Saturday night, but they

Altman cigarettes gave, pushing them them coftee down and legal' Use Of Bulldozer Fuel

Merchants Report Easter ArrestedBy the corridor to their cell and that ,

the noise he was making quieted
DaysCarter down about midnight Altman Attorney Mack S. Futch was passed further authorized Futch

Better Than 57 Praise Trade told the Sheriff he made the act- authorized by the Bradford to take whatever steps deemed
ual escape about 2 a. m. Sunday. Commissioners in their necessary to recover the cost of

The youths said they think, regular meeting April 7, to take operation plus any repairs necessary -

Starke merchants, cheered by a] U. S. DeputiesMaxie perhaps, a sleep inducing drug action against David Tyler. Peach and to see to it that a simi-

booming Easter business were unanimously Shopportunity had been added 'to the coffee as Crawford and Paul Crawford Jr. lar occurance doesn't happen
for illegal of
.enthusiastic this week they all dozed off soon after use the County again.It .
ever early result from their 'Mystery Girl'To drinking it. Altman's wife had owned bulldozer'which was parked was reported that 54-gallons

Shopportunity Days trade promo- Enters brought him some instant coffee in front of their homes Thursday of fuel had been used and the
of U. arrested Bradley
Carter S. 301 South Starke, was
tion, launched last weekend. Pick WinnerThe which he brewed occasionally, April 3. clutch was burned by an inexperienced
Thursday by U. S. Deputy Marshals on a warrant charging The action, taken upon motionof operator, but
using the water in hs cell. readjustment
Most brisk demand
stores reported a Plea .
for advertised specials, and second Shopportunity Days failure to register and purchase a Federal wagering tax I Guilty After Altman squeezed out of H. A. Bishop, Jr., a second'by placed it back- in order.

weekend will be held April 18-19 stamp. 4 his cell he removed the wire mesh; E. L. Crawford and unanimously Turning to more routine business .
practically all said business this
formation filed by Assistant U.. On Shine
and will be highlighted by the: ChargeAdmitted the Board
Easter same'eason Carter's arrest was made as a screen from inside a second story accepted a reso-
was better than the I
awarding of $50 in cash prizes to several'months i S. Attorney E. Coleman Madsden. lution from the
result of of investigation window, dangled his homemaderope 'Error' City of Starke
last year, Carter will be arraigned in U. still operator Noonen Umpire's
three lucky people who have been committing the
and surveillance by through the opening, and: commission to the
Mrs. Jackson of Kagle! S. District Court at an early date, Moab Bradley, Jr. entered a
patronizing cooperating Starke procurement of
Federal agents, which has already shinnied to the ground. He then I required rightofway -
Stores, said: "We sure sold lots at which time he will enter a pleaof plea of guilty in Circuit Court
merchants. along U. S. 301
resulted in three raids and seven caught a ride to Callahan. wherehe Georgia
of those slips we had advertised.:' guilty or not guilty The of- Wednesday morning cf possessionof May Net ReplayOf Street North
The first awards will be madeat arrests in Duval. Clay and Brad- hired a Negro man to drive to the County line
fense carries penalty of $1,000 a moonshine still found Janu-
She said the store was well pleased 5 p. m. Saturday April 19, in ford Counties, according to George a him back to Jacksonville.The needed for-a highway four-laning)
with its Kaster business, which' front of Barksdale's on Call Street, G. Schurr. supervisor Jackson- fine or one year's Imprisonment ary 16.Circuit; former Jacksonville sales- project budgeted by the State

exceeded last year's. and a rte of intrigue has been ville office Intelligence Division, or both upon conviction.The postponed Judge sentencing'G, L.until Patten aftera man and suspected murderer was Palatka Game Road Department

Miss Lillian Stump of Stump's added with the announcementthat Internal Revenue Service. Federal agents seized a second court-ordered investigation has the object of a nationwide search The City Council will pay the

Store said they were "so' busy a Shopportunity Days Mystery Carter was arrested when he car a 1956 Pontiac, from been completed. Sunday and Monday. commission the cost but not to
they didn't know_ whether they I Girl will be on hand to an- surrendered himself at 1 p.m. I County Jailer Dolph Reddish An umpire's admission of a exceed 35000. payable in tea
Gary Reddish, Negro jook opera- The information, presented by i
were coming or going. She:: said nounce the first prize winners. Thursday at the office of the U. Mack S. Futch Assistant State: and Deputy D. K.' Redding droveto wrong call may lead to the replaying equal, consecutive, annual install-
tor, March 22. Reddish had
will masked S. Marshal on atternoon of Bradford High's base- ments,.without interest beginning
customers started calling early The Mystery Girl be in Jacksonville, and Attorney for the eighth Judicial Jacksonville Monday :
Friday morning fqr their advertised and will be appropriately. cos was released upon posting $500 been previously arrested in the Court, also included the names of and assisted Lt. R. B. Whittmgton. ball game at Palatka April 4. in 1960.

hosiery special and that tumed. bond. There is' a:possibility that earlier raids and is now under Robert, Parnell Tyson, Jr. and and Sgt. G. T. Jones or the Jack- According to'a letter by Wil- The money will come from the

they were still getting calls on :Three prizes will be awarded other Federal charges might be $1,000 bond. Elmo Hampton neither of-which sonville police department in liam ,H. Tuten base umpire for Road and Bridge Maintenance

this item Monday and Tuesday. $25. $15. and $10-and it is not made against 'him later, the The officers said that all arrests Was checkingout! ..a .tip that the fugitive the" game to. the Florida.-High Tax Ftutils. _,_. .. -
'. f- necessary-to -be-present to--win :agents-said., : .". rThewarrant1ojCarter '-to-date-iiave't been 'torcon- nt.--- -,----- was drinking at one ot: his School Activities Association his Following a brief discussion with

Mrs. Jones-.manager ottOm although most shoppers will wantto ; ;a former nection with a" three-county old haunts, a bar at the cornerof mistake may have been responsible Health Officer Dr. A. Y. Coving
? Dollar said they enjoyed a fine come out and watch'the fun. wagering stamp tax holder "Cuba" operation in Duval Clay Berries Bring First and Mam. for Starke's team losing by a ton, a board consisting of Mr.

weekend business and sold enUre- All shoppers are urged to obtain i was issued as a result of an' in- and Bradford. Reddish and Redding, being in I score of 5 to 4. Bishop Dr. Covington and any
i 1) out of their advertised' specials.She their profit-sharing Shopportunity $6,397 In Cash back Tuten describes events leadingup State Welfare worker present at
covered the en-
reported customers showing a Days coupons at the 19 stores I First Horticulture Clinic Held I trance while the plaIn-Clotnesmen to the disputed play as follows the time was appointed to serve
lot of in the -
interest Shopportunity now cooperating in the citywide To Growers Here went in the front door to make : on a committee set up to approve
Days promotion. trade days promotion. "Starke is leading 4-2, there are indigent persons entrance into a
the arrest. They were spotted by
Bullington's Studio & GIft Shop I Bradford County's strawberryseason two men out in the home half of\ nursing home.
Altman who slipped into a back
reported sales up one-third 'over # -w got off to a belated start the seventh inning and a Palatka Clerk Charles A. Darby gave a

last Kaster and a good sale of I Two JuveililesDraw this week with 23,640 crates of room and hid behind some crates. I runner is on first base. complete financial report of the

their advertised sale items.Leila's ., ] ti y berries shipped in the period The officers closed in and he sur- : "The next batter hits into several funds and following discussion -
April 5-9. Price range was from rendered quietly. centerfield between second base he was ordered to senda
Dress and Gift Shop said ., t 21 ,ahd'a third cents,per pint' to Altman told Jacksonville policehe and shortstop for what would bea letter to each of the fee officers

response to their advertised dress Sentences 34 'and a half cents. Average price left the Bradford jail becausehe single under usual conditions. and ask them to buy nothing.unless -
was good, and sales ran "
special paid was 27 and five-eights cent, was "bored. He arrived in ,However the Starke second base-! it is absolutely necessary for

above last year's.Robbtns' I Two boys who have admitted t ,41s for an estimated return to grow- Jacksonville early Sunday:: morn- man threw: his glove at the ball I the function of office

Store reported "very number of breakings and enter- ers of $6,391.00.The ing and registered at a hotel, using : as it rolled by, but the glove did It was brought to the attentionof

satisfactory" sales and a'good in-I heaviest day was Monday his own name, and said he I not strike the ball." the Board, through the new
ings as well as theft were sentenced R w
terest In Shopportunity:: couponson a when 404 crates of the new 24- walked the streets freely Sunday The letter goes on to say "The County Commissioners manual
by juvenile judge T. A
the part of customers. I i hof. pint size passed through the mar- and Monday runner on first moved over to that the commissioners have no
Yawn Wednesday to the Honda
Barksdale's reported that customers ket. This Friday should be another Police were alerted about 3 p.m. third base on the play and the authority to turn over any public
Industrial School at Mananna.
called for advertised specials good day but volume might be Monday by former acquaintances batter reached first. However. funds to the State Welfare Board

by name and business gen- One of the boys was on probation cut by weather conditions follow- who said ,they had seen the 42- after a conference between myself for administration.

erally was better than last Easier: stemming from similar incidents ing rain Wednesday and Thurs- year-old former used car salesman and the plate umpire Joe Attorney Futch was instructedto
season. last December. It was day. **! near 30 ,East Union Street, where Hull,. an automatic three base make every effort to foreclosethe

brought out that he had violated .t ,. j t Heavy production is expectednext his wife Marie formerly had re hit was awarded to the batte cars and equipment stored in

Koch Drug Store reported that four of the five probationary pro- week which might prove. to sided. due to the glove throwing which the Jail yard some of which has

advertised specials were well received visions. Besides chronic tardi- at the first bortirultxinrl be the peak of the season. The police maintained a stake- scored the runner who had reached -.' been there so long the value has
Discussing plant problems county's '
and that they practicallysold I"ess. he did not maintain passing R. B. Alvarez, assistant director third base on the play and put dropped considerably.In .
merchandise. clinic are: ((1-r) Mrs. J. D. Doyle, Sylvester Rosa and RalphUte, I cut m the area, and about d:40
out of all !
marks in he abide
school nor did cf State Farmers Markets who is the batter over to third base from other action, the Board approved -
Sales exceeded last year's by a by the court-set curfew, and he did assistant ornamental horticulturists with the Agriculture Extension assisting with the deal here this pjn. he was spotted in the bar. first. the Deputy Sheriff's bondof
Altman admitted a hacksaw -
substantial margin. not stay out of trouble as promised. Service Mrs. A.,C..Beldie, president of the State Farm Home Demonstration week, said there is good demandnow using "The following batter then hita George L. Shuford in the
blade to ifi3fce his escape butwouldn't
Others reporting sales exceedinglast Club, Ann' Green, II. D. office secretary, and G. T. Hug.' for Bradford berries and single to score the winning run amount of $1,000, and Mrs. Sally
tell where he
aster! were Gem Jewelry, The boys admitted stealing two gins, county agent; (seated) Miss Dorothy Ross home demonstration this might continue for another once that he found gotit it under say- for Palatka. Tison was approved as one of the

Elrod Furniture Co., Winkler Electric !; bicycles last week nding them to agent, and Mrs. SL F. Hazen beautification chairman of the Starke two weeks as other areas are not his ing mattress. rle also said he had Tuten continued that he felt Confederate pensioners of the

Service, and Shepherd:: Kadio Yulee on the other side of Jack- producing heavily. Plant City is the glove was thrown more in disgust County.
I and TV Service. sonville where they abandoned Garden Club.BOND'. about through, and Louisiana berries joked with his wife on various occasions than in any anger or un Farm Forester Don Champion

have been, held up by cool asking her to bring hima action he has his semi-annual report to
8. G. Denmark of Denmark them, walked and hitchhiked into ELECTION 'TO BE DISCUSSEDAT sportsmanlike as gave.
declared she knew I
weather. saw,
found Starke's players and coaches the Board and following the filing
Furniture Co. said. "We had a Jacksonville! stole two more bicycles -
Alvarez said that the price of 1.(: was joking( and didn't take him
much better week than we an- and started back to btarke. HIGH SCHOOL PTA MEETAll sportsmanship excellent. of work orders presented by

The Shopportunity On the way back they broke in $7 and $8 per crate'paid Wednes- seriously.Now The 'umpire's letter concludedthat" the read foreman. Chairman

ticipated. a lot and we found a store in Middleburg where they citizens of Bradford County PTA and the program will be in day for the 24-pint crate com- being held in security at the report was submitted out Harold'K. Norman adjourned the

Days helped enthusiastic. over the took soine food and about $75.: or who are interested in the forth- charge of County SuperintendentH. pared favorably with $10 or $11 the State:) Prison, Altman will of fairness to Coach Register and Board until their next meeting

customers plan. Ordinarily we' don't expect ISO in cash. Clay County report- coming school bond election are P. Morgan. The needs of the for the larger 36-pint crate this that (Continued on Page 6)) (Continued on Page 6)) May 5.

to attend meeting Tues- county school will be pointed out, was used here up until year.
urged a
rush ,business before Easter!; as edly has a warrant tor their ar.
This day night April 15, at 7:30: o'- and there will be a thorough dis- ..._--. T7 l
most shoppers have their minds rest charging grand larceny. ,, -
Starke Elementary cussion of about ""
clock in the questions
any )
could be to .
en clothes'and gifts rather than changea petty larceny 1" ;"
the bond election and the 't '
Cafetorium. pur- : :
furniture and appliances at that since about $50 of the stolen money ,
This will be the regular monthly poses for which the money will be:!
time. But we had a wonderful was .in the boys possession I "
mppHn-r-r of__ the___ Hich School._n_ used if approved.Lawtey .
week much better. than we hadanticipated. when they were caught and will
." be returned
March Rainfall Citizens Show
Three other boys charged with tif
Inman Green chairman of the
Shopportunity Days promotion, breaking and entering the Bradford Totals 4.96: InchesMarch Interest In RecreationA 4

High School cafeteria, admitted K a is
announced yesterday that, two brought a total rainfall group of citizens brought the
more stores. Hart Furniture Co. their guilt ana:3uQge Yawn I need of recreation facilities to the
of 4.96 inches to Starke. accord-
and \.. H. Nasworthy General Sup. ordered them detained in custodyat ing to the official measuring station -I attention of the Lawtey City
plies have been aoded to the list the County Jail. A decision j Council at the regular meeting
located at the city power.
of cooperating merchants and will will be made as to sentencing fol plantThe i' Monday night. Councilmen felt LLJJL!
lowing an investigation by the I
begin giving profit-sharing cou- that since money had already been
February total was 4.28 ____, .
court. 060SeriorsEnjoy-" -------- -- --- ----- -- ----
i spent on the old. berry platform
pons. inches and January 2.95 inches
The boys admitted the use ot ; : "L'il George Ricks of Starke assisted
that the next move was to the Broadway stage hit Abner.
The first cash awards, totalling up
$50. will be given away In front a screwdriver to gain entranceto a three-month total of 12.19 period.,inches for the people. The town has no means Washington New York was taken in. Senior Betty Farkas with her bag.

of'&rksdale'' Store on Saturday, the cafeteria where they took I ot supervising recreation program For night club entertainment, gage and the train running late,
Although not' 'excessive, in for New York with him
some food. the Old pulled out
the students on
but indicated that
I they they mightbe
April It), at :5 p.m.
All five denied knowledge ot terms of annual, rainfall, these receptive to the idea if Lawtey Thirty-three Bradford, High Washington Monument Jefferson Romanian and after the sun came aboard.

Customers are reminded to ask who, last week entered the office mid-winter showers fell slowly! people would get together lor that Seniors returned Tuesday morning j Memorial and the Capitol build- up a tour was taken around Rock- He managed to get off at Jack-
for their when making the water to sink into!
coupons of Holha causing from hectic to New
West short trip
attorney Knight on I purpose. a ing.New efeller Center.A sonville and returned that nightto
purchases of $10 or more in any the ground instead of running six I York's Hotel Knickerbocker
Call Street and enter- City accompanied by
attempted i
Previously the Council had given trip to the big city is not com- find he had left his keys, wal-
'store. and too wet
off making things
cooperating chaperones. served as a base of operations,
ing a rear window of the Brad least
to without at one big
for usual planting operations in I permission the Lawtey Lions plete let and the radio on in his car at
The travelingstudents left but little time was spent there as
ford County Telegraph next door shopping and that is exact-
to enclose part of the platform for spree
February and March. Most farm April 3 on the Silver Meteor which the busy Seniors were determinedto the Seaboard station.
were scared off
Recent BirthMr. they by ly what the'girls did while the
Since the club has
meeting rooms.
editor Gene Matthews. ers could not work: their soil for' :made a special stop in Starke. see as much as possible during guessed it carried pack- Everyone enjoyed the visit to
boys ,
became inactive the work has ; you
Parents of all the planting until after April 1. II' They brought their own box their short stay.. the city of eight-million includingthe
boys were
and Mrs. Tom of
have been several
Added to the rain a light snow- stopped. : chaperones: Mrs. Moore
lunches to' eat on the train.A Following an exciting perfor- ages.Looking ,
at the and '
present date
Grandin announce the birth of a hearing no back wonderful .
on a
to convert the
fall was recorded on Jan. 8 anda I attempts platform
six-hour lay-over in Washington mance by the Rockettes at Radio school secretary, Mr. Cowen science -
daughter Shirley Lee on April 2, was set for sentencing the other heavier fell for the use of meetings and recreation the Seniors can't help laugh-
three one between 3 and II I afforded the tourists a chanceto City Music Hall, a thrilling cruise trip teacher Mrs. Dyal. Mrs.
at Doctor's Hospital boys 4 a. m. on Feb. 13. in the area but none of them I tour the Capital including the around Manhatten and the Bronx,ing about an event that took ;I Steffanelli, Mrs. Judd and Mrs.

so far have been earned through. J JI Lincoln Memorial White House. was enjoyed. Then the smash|place as they left Starke ;Blaisdell.xongo .


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I I I At The Florida"The la Circuit NOTICE Court TO llruurvrd DEFEND tou.ty. I

editorial I Ir I'Ioridai hi r.r' THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH
Farmer's Diary. Madeleine K. Stanley, Plaintiff, vs. EST. 1879FLORIDA'S !
-_. -. .... /- ,- Gift of Love." starring. Charles Stanley Jr., fendant. a\th pq t t'
i .;_ >.(. \ Robert Stack and Lauren Bacall Case So. 1511ours
I "Hv.dam 111r'arar.. comes to the Florida Theatre :\ Tn Apprnr
Hb .
j To: Charles Stanley Jr. whose
fH wever; when informed''that'the Sunday, offering a story of pure residence and address la: c/o Gsa, ,off PrBLlSHED COMIXOCSLT
. 4. Phillips. 30 J:. VSilUston Avenue at
tVAVai l : ItiV.fcl.rftiv lit. # sentiment treated with honesty : UNpva THE SAME MASTHEAD.
? price iras for a 24-pint crate 'lie .East Wtlliston.'ew YorK. .
'Itwarf6stehcoaragingtdnar Mrmerchanls I and realism.. I P..U..... Kark Thar. aid Entered a. Second CUM Wetterat
i\.Ilis. \\\ 4kuiln fflifiSSV: racclaTmi ht1e\ !'b&i- )brightened p''c I sider blY. You are hereby, notified that a the Post Office at Starfcv, Fla. .dn Art of Mar. 3, 18T" I I.I
'11iit'.i different The story concerns a brilliantyet suit for divorce custody control I
he exclaimed. .I
'Yftekstiir1!' g.i WmWSeaSon this t;Yekrtwha: | ; lonely man an atomic scientist and ratification support of of minor separation children agreement and- follows --- follows: I

i aata&ft&'aMnTrlbst'' i fcaseseve'nvtfetter'&hn B ill pe"darvis'1 proud o1ds. who marries a beautiful! and has been filed against you in Certificate: No. 54. Xear of Issuance -I Certificate No. 6Z; Year of' issuance
the above named Court and
':t.r.J: Jd (' -' compassionate woman who later cause 1956.Description. 1954. }
e'same' last' y&r.S iew'bull'lie bought one 8ryCliarbray and
of you are required to serve a of Property: Com. atSE of Property: Com. at
'r-rt_te.Viil.1PA!M t5_ ,.,\\i\ h \A1Mn 1 \ : -skit'ddlsh's 'animals finds she is fatally ill. It tells how copy of your answer or pleading :> cor of NE>4 of JSK>4 run \\' Itis! Description SW cor of NK'4 ot SK* tun ft
-- this woman brings into their I to the complaint on the Plaintiff a ft for HOB. A'. Ill ft. W. SO fL S! 400 ft to Put thence K'ly tin it
rw ead. nmQ tVst, t4 f.y ,Aahdl'iltiyb ana he'is as Excited over it as only attorneyT. Z7Z Yt E 110 ft to PUB in sec. U to a ft. W ft. N of quarter ,
home loveless
i Bill can be.. a orphan girl who Frank Liandrum Box &is,IT68.H.Z.tO. thence N n.. It. to
i Section line
s \V t
he rs"hi as b 8e u h e1\
: { t Aid'ht Loriglattilatioils are-'in"1bVdef1for() s becomes her "Gift of Love" to Starke, Florida I Name In which assessed: Huth vera E. W. Hayes S/u thence \\;ly U'
, l th S) d 'ee slop the,' g: iwsPap$ e sn t)the" 'PAS"Etiys) 'on,the -'fine' 4 e iatSteel' her husband. and file the original the office of bentoiu It, to H sec. line thence s lU.
Wiiison some T s K rs t;
'Katie 6
,. put 3!
") .. put ft, to sec
low'and'Bale !'f the Clerk of tt-a CI."nit r"r' non All of said property being In the '
a.ie-'b n.t lk1t QQ t 1ot' vineune.now,'cer- 'd "fast'eek'In' fertilizer \by hand, in the-'home It is a dual story of a power or before the & day of May, County of Bradford. State of Flor- Name in which assessed: J. 1'
l't TYIt. wdst abt\i et vl l eitsh r afifidSts: Ieiin. \there \ 'GainesviIec; +en tiouoh garden she and Walter have every ful and genuine love and of the 1958; otherwise the allegations ofsaid ida. Jones Est. In
Compaint will he taken being
Miti"al'bOYs 'dfdn'fwin an All of said property
: tOp '" Unless such certificate or .
\ i tFriTOBiftL \ ir. ht:neth'ey'afong?i :' witli b'Oys'from yeah;:and the' staff really 'gave her behind-the-scenes genius that confessed by yon shall be redeemed accordIng -' County of Bradford. State of Flor.-
toHtf f1ltsbd'busileas'Ne' i'in'iocahtner-! "" a itWhen you 'do it that way, This notice shall he publishedonce to law the property described ida. '
3Ker| ;'Chapters. mz&ea. good $ guides the nation's first lines of each week fur four confle'utiveli'eE'ks in such certificate or certificateswill Unless liNt'h certificate or certificates
j f eh Jmte cSSes'mJfidydufnt:: : : fanning\ \ you'scori find out that you Jiavetiot a In tha sold the bidderat redeemed
: jEhVjfiiee'bf1a| M kTg with superior "a'r&Qals.'Champfon defense. It was filmed in and a- Bradford County Tele- I' .be to highest shall be accordi i
'q ikt 1i 1a\be'ntk' t bttavbf\ able.we 'of little .cuts on your, hands era ph. the court house door on the first ing to law the property
eits&nt n b
k Tht Ad I
.. ; a IXWOlb.the : Vou'didn't know had for each round some of the most news- Dated this 1 day of April, m!*!. Monday in Month of May Ihll, la such certificate or Certificates
'b1\rID1ii1 houtdht ) ,you which is the 5 day of Slay 1556.!! the highest) bidderat
>; the t)1 oak f'-bur fpluefi) : was 'enteredmbmas'of :(OFFICIAL SEAL) I will besold to
if <\ one of :'them begins to burn and making and vital locations in I Charles A. Darby Dated this 1 day of April m!!. the court house door --a the first
tbtrawbe ; I1 pr' ki3akon'm( th1'pekst@r' r- .b" bby" : iBrbbker '.hurt. "incidentally Katie and (OFFICIAL SEAL) Monday In Montn of May, Ual.
: si tI J n. America today including scientific Clerk of tbe Circuit Court I Charles A. Darby Clerk of which is the t, day of Slay "aI.
1'i''ttarkk WarsTfldatix I
!, r i tdt'tbttn.tThis *. '. Walter always have one of the observatories and laboratories By Marian L. Crosby Dpnn' Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford Dated'this 1 day of April. Ih5,
J? $hpder#afflyVti l .t of-BeVVies' was sold prettiest gardens in this section. where the secrets of the earth 1/3 4t 4/34 I County Florida. 4/S 4t 4/Z4 (OFFICIAL SEAL A.)Darby. .
One of the outstanding recordsof Charles slArdfof
fbetEastel' ottlie. ddt devl'e t e S S
( 'trted could satellite and i intercontineal missileare NOTICE OF APPLICATION of Circuit Court of
i i cam e' : {LTUi} at's i r'nOf ce'r'\ the Show- was' 'the remarkable Tom Tatum's woodcutting crew being probed and unlocked. TAX DEED FOR I, NOTICE OP TAX APPLICATION DEED FOR County. Florida. ./1 U 41:4YOL

ins. "'$tie!to"Uie.: i \'r'\i \tbte> Eastersit 3.131bs per day made by the Red- went to work on our place this Xotice is hereby given, that,,11m mIl' Notice Is hereby given that J;. fj -- _.,- ------
g dick Chapter in the Weight-Gain Woodard the holder of the fOllOW-I Hayes the holder of tee loiiowiner .
fti' 3 '1n\\heJ\ bTisW tt 1i}a f tilenUxpected' Contest. John Allen Shadd finished week and they really changed the THE RIGHT POINT ft'f 'thf ing certificates has filed said certificates certificates has filed said! certificates 'LL LOVE tLe- new Ester
\ looks of the place in a hurry: We write. for a tax deed to be issued for a tax deed to be issued
rti way Come in and
Ito W 1t the teZffitf'i'afct'ls you select fountain pens
> that it second in this event with his but thereon. The certificate numbers thereon. The' certificate numbers brook purse-size
trees cut. I '
hated to the
""'iifrrr mark of 2.7 lbs. and Gainesvillewas see your favorite ESTERBROOR and years of Issuance the description -, and years of Issuance the description pastel shades. Only $S.O' .1 Bradford 'i
1? r > ; i.-.t V-r., they were on the new right-of- Fountain Pen. T5X1X3R.VPH of the property, and the name of the property and the namesIn
1 e 1 ke t f o1hYI k l a\\8IIe} ifl g''That helped 3rd with 2.67. AJ1} threewere way and then while cutting those in which Is was assessed are as which is was assessed are as County, Telegraph.
'>- above last year's mark of 2.263, .
tstE3st ? 1\il'f ''''-
itaTre Yed ) spite of trees, the crew also thinned outa -
and in the opinion of the show officials -
i } Hit' t't VeV '+ lot of old trees. But how we
AUVWAtJ / *AA4 ** ** W**fcV-M WV** fVloCf was the boys set a fine record
Tie dreaded to see the biggest one on
Cooperative oppoHunily/13ays "promotion"sTageSTTy .forVgrbup'of amateur feeders. : :::::::::::: :::r.r.o.y: ; xaxqw; ,
our merchants and which had its first '* the place [we called it our grand f;*rT' HR'; E S rS::;i\ttiT"'lJ\ : .s '
father tree] cut down. However "::,':::::: ': ':" : "IJ;, .::,:,- r 'a
Dig splash in lthe p *Easter weekend. And \ nd -. Met Mr. and 'Mrs. Leatcn Morgan .Den Champion assured us that it xi.Axwsw.e.xvwawwaxwvJ.:;; ; :: ::: ,,';:;i;'::":; ,:'$(i" ':' ;': .% 3 ,*' 4.11; SSr

btedly iSfocoVniiried effort iiid have a stfnrulatirig Jr 'at' the show tthey were was a good idea so we were gladto \

,effect. As .one merchant, ;expressed "it: rooting for Leaton'Matthews!'and follow Don's advice. SPECIALSALE

"Pfeeple will still Wy,'t llt mercllants'iade to had''a gdbd 'time talking about + 'a

help then, work'tip'JUtle'eiithusiasm'to.'do they4b.n berries 'and other crops.said 'Leaton If any of you berry growers see /
he has & very l Jig) crop on his a scarecrow out in your fi itlds'thatdoesn't I
plants and that if all goes well, he \
the chances
belong there OF FAMOUS
This 'nOfe'of ed'entliifsiasm .
ee >a suppliedT5y LII ij ;
should 'do all right with it, are it will be old berry :starved 4
: tfife'cooJeratlYfi'ShopiJortiinity Days effort '. '. IT'
Sam gobbling up a mess.
Jtll'atoctised\ thejatlfenlion'of' onslimers'throu gh- Ralph Nettles said at the mar"ket' you have been used to eating EIGH 'O'CLOCK JANE PARKER LARGE

.out thIs'tr ae area on the fact that 'local'stores -Saturday that 'he expected berries every year [and we mean V

can supply their needs and at :prices 'eotopetitive tHere would be a good; volume of really eating them then it Is a

.. with the big city merchandiser's. berries this week. Big worry 'big change to do without 'them. t ANGEL
We Tirmly'believe'thatStar 'tliO gh is the rain, and it ishoped" But we have a happy answer to I
Witti'ja spirit'likefthis COFFEE -
Jane Parker
ills"tehhlits'\ that the weather will clear that. Well just do'as all folks are -
can'gokn'chalking'profitsend m and stay that"way until the berry supposed to do who don't raise I
imn' arkTng.j ''theV'rdad their daily papers: growers "are able to harvest the them-we'll buy them and thus ; :' .;Y PIES FO' .0- D
qec(3.,1i1.tin th-aU" V
crop along.
help our berry growers : MILD'&
Martlee Starling-reports'he has t
\ fed spider' in his planting: Lloyd rfiis ldwhiter was good for V ; 8-in. ea. 39c
tetiilfMention "
Goes jV\\
nIf'tlie Griff is card his plants are pretty one thing, at least. Heard last

'aril[he expected to 'get 25 crates week, by an authority on tung 'Ie
] i ,Yprijog 0X1955 the County Commission Moh'day.( nuts, -R. K. Buckley, pioneer of
,v apprpprjated :$liQOO; -shrubbery to beautlf Your '. 'S.' ,the Industry around here that the :'ii:C i. c 1.18.. U7 Jane Parker Cinn. Brkft.

highways. T11e4Starlte Garden Club r =along One of the growers this week trees were dormant for a longtime a BAG 1
with the "tvotten 'from va'rious sections of the asked what berries were brfugingon 'and that they have apParently DfTf

V fcoiin'ty planting., ,1ch6 Heavy g e. the work plants was and done. supervised by 'city 'and the :told the$7,market he looked, and when disappointed.he wai thIs:year.a. chance for.a_good'crop z aRE,OF:'MI:7:: i\\ pIg 25c w

ctiifnty w rKmen.'N NOTICE the 1st day of Hay and November -
I Sealed:> bids will be received by of each year, and shall be 3-tB.
w the members .of &e .Garden. club -are thp Fiorina state Prison at the of- ip the denomination of $1,000.
flee of the Business Manager. Florida each; said bonds shall be callable BAG $199
waiting "to estimate damage .done by the severe State Prison, R .U01'd, Florida, ten years from date of issuance ,
"'COld fof this winter. 'Fertilizing was schedule pp to -andnot later than lutuu A.M. thereof upon terms prescribed .
April 16, 195X!!, at which time they by said Board and shall
for last week and% report of the 'dam $e wills will be publicly opened, for one19U mature serially In annual installments :
*Jbn ;ina3e.'Hrete ( model Mack'sehool bus where on the 1st day'of "Super-Right" Western Lean
Isfof is, subject to inspection prior'to May from 1959 to 1978 bpth In-. 1
'Is 'tobtabTYiio) 'tiling 1m- bidding. Bids 'must be on, bid elusive. '
p spkle more form which may, be secured from All duly qualified electors of Ib f
pprtant- thll.l! beautiful landscaping! 'to make afayorable the"office of the Business,Manager. -Special Tar' School -District ..NuU1- PORK LOI S 53 C '
'first Florida State Vrlson. Kaitord, ber One of Bradford County, who "
impression on the tourIst and IMorida.. are freeholders and who have been Super-R gilt Center Cut;
prospective citizen Of f/3 n f/l' re-registered In the special re-re--
: 'course must show
we Whole 8 12 Ib
or Average
gist ration of freeholders previouslyheld o. .
good schools, goby government, and industrial I. '1'11. Curt of the County Judge for said bond election shall be' .
Bradford County Florida. entitled to vote on the Question of K tfT >
potential l; but is a "stopper, the it'tra cfiVeiiess Ta 1'r.bate.. the issuance of said bonds, provided -
)Mown v is' most important. .t. In ?e: Estate of Della Catherine however. that any qualified
Hoover, Deceased.To electors residing in the District FOODS
tVtth"the o'u't-laming of] U.S., 301 there will All 'Creditor and PerWB Hav- who are freeholders may vote at A "
iKf Claims or Demanda Against said bond election upon complying Western LB ttc
be a big job to be program. Said Y: tatriYou with the requirements 'of subsection it 4x k jviKHBft
State Road, department 'specifications that notified and and each required of you are to present hereby Statutes.(d)"of Section 100.241 Florida, s :&jtJl'l ...,. u oz,,, Extra Lean

must be adhered to but plans should be blade any claims and demands which you, BOARD OF PUpLrC INSTRUCTIONof
4 or either of you, may have againstthe Bradford County Florida *-f
now in order't6get started tin Ute 'voi after, the high va y is finished as 'jb'sible.' deceased, late of said Count :ATTEST:
to the County Judge of Bradford H. P. :Morgan Superintendentof : ., '"Super-Right" Small Pig ,
If the road epartlne it specifications) were County, Florida, .at his office in Public Instruction Bradford -- -

known, the kir dsl'of plant could B'e .set e ct ed- andperhapssome the Starke court, Florida house, within of said eight County calendar at- County Florida. S-1S 5t 4-10 f qrJiJl i>k 10 zpk r

months from the time of the HIOS
pl.themtiouldtbe raised so that the V d'\ SPARE
first publication of this notice.
'tost of the project could be kept'down. The less Each claim or demand shall be In
writing, and shall state the place for
money spent per plant, the more miles that 'could of residence and post office address LIMA.BEANS 2 33c

'be 'boV3l'ed.We'ate'al'red. of the by the claimant claimant, and shall his agent be swornto or d1PROMPT Western LB 49c
reaPing r t e 1)&) nebt in beauty attorney,and any such claim or de- ,

$f- Y.-a-the : b" 'k that was done: three 'years ago. The maned B/ Edna not so Wallace filed shall be void. 1:01.--.11''.cone ,Fried ,, 1'0''k' g Lean Meaty

palms) on west Madison street seem to have come As administratrix) of the Estateof f- ,

4 through the winter in fcood shape and 'Perhaps ceased.Della Catherine' Hoover,- de- POTATOES 2 f for 29
have given ts an idea of the best kinds of ornamentals First publication :March 3/13 13. 1958.4t 4/3

to oM. Many citizens -sthould be willing COURTEOUS

to ili-I Y*r Frpe myrtle, if it were decided tot "\tare, of Sprrlal NOTICE Election of Freeholder .-

use ttdrfe of 'thli flowering tree they could_ care of Special Tax School_ DUtHrt Crisp Fresh,
One, Bradford
X umber
for them.along.wlfh their other plants and when 'qouty. Florida to Determine - t
they needed would M'hether the Board of Pnhlle In- v- head
were they have the advantage ftr ettoa.ot Bradford .Coantr for LETTUCGolden 19c
: of the extra growth. There is 'no'substttute'fortime ..DdGr .Behalf of Special T.* SERVICE 11 .. V
School Dfotrltt Number Oae of Page Pure Fruit Damson
feicept: the xtra'cost 'of buying :ah older Bradford County Shall luae

;:p} flt. B6nie of iis would..be glad ,to spend Kcotrple Bond Serially* of.From Said 1959 District to 1978 Maturing, boo i

"bi dollars now for plahts, care for them cl.. e. .. 1
,and donate them when the highway is ready if special Notice election is hereby will given be held that In a ON PLUM PRESERVES V Ripe

we were told the kind that were to be used. Special Tax School District Num-Flor i1
ber One of Bradford County Ib
Each ,year as these plants grow we will get increased ida; at: 4 BANANAS 1 Dc
City Hall. Lawtey. 2 'pound jar :1
;joy from the beauty they add to our Courthouse starKe for Norm

county. The County'commissioners, the Garden Starve.Show Chevrolet for South Starke. LOANSirrio

club and the women who were behind this .p roj'ec't Rivers Service Station, Graham.
Community Center, Erooker.
deseh'e thanks Those who had charge of City Hall Hampton .. __._ big
the planting in the various sections were: Mrs. Community School Building.Center New, Theressa River.on CARROTS lib 13c

M. P. Hazen and Mrs. J. .D.Joyle, Stark Mrs. Jhe.lstiuday.pf,April.. 1958., }n V V

Gorge Robert s,--h ,,tl e ; Mrs.t.. J. 'Al e man'lam'Pt ,- accordance and adopted with a by resolution the Board paned of-

n Mrs. Trli Wi'1s014' $: Public,, Instruction of ,.,Bradford
: o'afd in'; !r ts. County. Florida on the 8th day of
Willa Ltets, 'Gt b'Aln:; Mrs. le'Sf er t"te; March,.1958' to determine whetherthe I fN ib

&mon' Ci# lid 11 F.; #iMns. e w 113t1er'qtrs. ; Bradford Board County.-of Public Florida Instruction( -for and,ef i CABBAGE 5C

Ttte\ 'N rnm'i i lbrohh; ahd Mri.: Toth71r on behalf Number of Special, One TaSr of.School BradfordCotJntT District $6O h/3fYlf Pl

i )\/ rbol( r: shall Issue serial bonds. _o'r

'l' j' Jfad n a' g Jdantit+sefl d\ en1.1h' .- 00 the for principal the following amount purposes of, J450.090.-: -

o til=a 1i'rlcI'; bper 'fi6J fr ffi' tifi 'rest by lia: ;ROOk cnoortRenovate R JUNIOR existing THIGH GRITS Dixie Lily 1/ Ibs 20c

'. b'uiiaings, paint Dalldlngs. pur- .aY
1iU .ll1d ...a.\ chase necessary equipment and Detergent
,, ti'i improve site. '
II A M P -T O. Renovate N ELEMENTARY.SCHOOL _existing. RINSO Giant Size 77c

fi'dsd''bf' tbls\ : foiks i :, '1' i -' g e3El'riiin' \ f buildings; paint buildings, pur- "F lfs Fluid Us Friendly"' Sunshine HydroxCRACKERS
chase necessary equipment enlarge I
Tfin 1't'O't' 4k' '1:1 phlet' 'on'Toots 'forDishxrashingr. F O 1 Prparnti Vnd improve ttte.I 711.1 oz 'k 23c Detergent
n-a'Dtl And it contains some SCHOOL Renovate existing g'C wisk quart 63c

: inf'fltKtion\ :we71' bet you' never thought of, su& building paint buildings purchase .improve LOCAL FIHAKCE -
necessary equipment -
'as-:' Di n ahsxjshburd; rd' be'laV tf'enough'tb'h&ld''the'' site construct new cafe- DOG FOOD Calo 2 for 29c PARKAY Margarine ,lb 29c

flfshfe; ut, Hot too his e' fdr 'the' sinK" Thus rooms.teria and. construct new class- '

: states..an editorial 'in" the 'C1We1Iui) Ohio; Plainealtr''ctii1tthi & T A R K E ,. ELESIENTARYSCl00L.ConstYuct.oem library. I COMPANY Sunn j field SunnyfleldFLOUR

'''W 11! SCHOOL-Construct .new au41toriam. 25Ib 1.77 PURE LARD 1 Ib 19c
11 wltiit''db ,
3 j'-l&dlc? For years we ,l Sad;, 111 K waJnut:St. bag -
'It d3sliliaYl :flta\htcMdii"1t01d'; 't1 .dinner plates, NEW ELEMENTARY' SCHOOL- i

M",1r n rte goth'h fr dife' it-( was too bir to,fit, Erect'new Starke to Include school 'six in, (6)or class near -(3;Doors from Post'Office) Kitchen, CharmWAXED i

'the sink wbV,tWrhi} ! ; \ nt''-and toy am'Irvb&freeHgrateYW'to'the i Cpnstruct 'fire t5) claasroorns. 412 Call StreetStarke

sit(1 (' l11'hnan' aim rfl how it works. We never SCl ANDERSON()()4 Lawtey JUNIOR- Construct HIGH Mrs. ?Marguerite Hall, E t t l Stores Marcai 'PastelNAPKINS' -

\\' Ikr11) ro ,' l ihaf RrohS&n' burseIi es..nd new Said' cafetorium.bonds Shan be dated the Florida ;

,wtre111 it r- I't'rthne: tbipAy ;uY 1 ltlZdm'e 'tai 1st day lof May, 1558 and shall Manager I m s 60 count' 23cc .
bear interest from the date : t ,.. _,., _
'te'U""be 'ioflv .
: \!\ ier b'af'earferat who r 1 thereof until paid at a rate not V rsL I f
to exceed six per cent 'per an-
this "
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TTTTTYYYVYYTYYTYTTYTTTYTMAXV1LLE I the Baldwin School for the sup- "YYYYYYY9f.TTTTYTYTTYTY weekend.Mr. room, cafeteria and offices. I I.'_)(. until 7:0& P.M. on the samel,accordance' with a resolution pa>s'

and Mrs. Donald Bennettand R.J.E. HIGH SCHOOL Stark*- !' dMe. Only the duly qualified) ed and adopted by the Board of
per.Mr. Construct five (5) classrooms. electors residing In said District Public Instruction of BradfordCounty
C. Nolan
B. and
LA1YTEYdy \ sons of Starke were Sunday ANDERSON JCNIOR HIGH i.ho are freeholders: and who have I Florida on the 8th day of

sons. Billy and Bobby attendedthe guests of Mr. and Mrs Troy Ben- SCHOOL Lawtey Construct been re-registered in the special March. 1958 to determine whetherthe
rodeo in Palatka March new cafetorium. I'I re-registration previously held for Board of Public Instruction ofladford
87 Mr*. (L B. Nolaa9YYYyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy on Joyce T. Futche&aL&&uAaukaaAaLAaaaa nett and Gary. WHEREAS the Resolution passed said bond election will be permitted County, .Florida for and
29 along with Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Mrs. Bessie B. Gibson returnedto and adopted on the 15th day of to vote in said bond election; provided on behalf uf Special Tax School

Beach of Hastings, and also visit- MtSO&OttSIKKTI5 February. 1958. was approved by however that any qualified District Number One of Bradford
Rocky Mount. N. C. the first the State Superintendent of Public electors residing in the District County shall issue serial bonds in

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Oliver and ed Mrs. Nolan's mother, Mrs. W. Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Markhamand of the week after taking care of Instruction and by the State Boardof who are freeholders may vote lot the principal amount of $450,900.00

A. Cannon. Soil Conservation Education of Florida. said bond election upon 1'01'1ply-lull for the following purposes:
Mr. and Mrs. Wilkinson and son family of Gainesville were her business interests here. NOW .THEREFORE BE IT RESOLYEn' with the requirements of Imt- t'-
of Jacksonville spent Easter Sun- Little Paul Stanley Garrett is The by the Board of Public tlon (d) of Section 100.141. Fund BROKER J'XI
Easter dinner guests of Mrs. Mark- W. S. C. S. of the Metl o- N-E-W-S Instruction of Bradford County, tatute*. existing

day with Mr. and Mrs. Cuyle Wilkinson getting along nicely following a ham's parents Mr. and Mrs. Dan dist Church met with Miss Enza Florida. that: I SECTION 6. The form of ballot chase buildings, paint buildings, pur-and

and family. In the afternoon tonsillectomey in the St. Vincent'shospital W. Starling.Mr. Blanchard on Tuesday eveningfor By Leon W. Carter SECTION 1. A special election is to be used at said special election Improve necessary site.HAMPTON. equirraent
all of the Wilkinson family in Jacksonville last hereby ordered and called by the hall be in substantially the following ELEMENTARY
Tuesday and Mrs. J. O. Pons and their regular monthly meet- Soil Coaservatlon SenIreThe Board of Public Instruction of Brad- form: SCHOOL Renovate existing
joined in for an Easter Egg hunt. morning. Miss for County, Florida OFFICIAL BtLLOT .
family of ing. Blanchard served sandwiches to be held in building, paint bul\dlngs purchase
Mrs. Ruby Durrance and sons. Mrs. Hattie Nolan and Mrs. D. Tallahasee and Ray home made cake and cof- Special Tax School District Number Special Tax School DUtrlrt Nanbrr necessary .; enlarge -
Reddish of the One in said County on the 19th One
R. V. and Howard. Mrs. Dora J. Parrish were visitors in Green Florida University of ee to the following guests: Mesdames Board of Supervisors for day of April. 1958 to determine BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORID LAWTEY and improve JR. ale SCHOOL

Byrd and E. C. Padgett were visit- Cove Springs last Wednesday.Mr. spent the weekend with G. W. Roberts H. C. Kelly the Bradford Soil Conservation whether the E'oard. for and on behalf April 19 1958 -Renovate existing buildings,
Mr and Mrs. of said Shall the Board of Public Instruction
Bryant Reddish. On District bhall Issue .
ors in Jacksonville last Friday and and Mrs. Earl Wilkinson Saturday R. E. Lee. H. C. Wainwright, Mae District held their regular monthly serial bonds in the principal of Bradford County. paint buidings.,purchase improve ne'u.sary site

also attended the Kangaroo Court and family of Jacksonville spent evening they, with Mrs. Wells Effie Miner, Thompkins. meeting at Lloyd Green's home. amount of 450000.00 bearing interest Florida for and on behalf of construct.qulpmelt new cafeteria and
Mary Reddish honored Mrs. Bryant at a rate or rates not in excess Special Tax School District Nura
session in Middleburg on Friday Easter Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Those attending construct new classrooms.STARKE
Reddish with and L. H. Hill. were Foster Shi > of six per cent per annum bet One of said County, issue ELEMENTARY
night Drew Wilkinson.We a supper cele- Smith Zedra Hamilton George such rate or rates of interest toe serial bonds in the principal SCHOOI Construct
new libraryBRADPORD
brating her Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Dinkins and *
birthday anniversary. b> determined the amount of bearing
regret that Mrs. Drew Wilkinson Huggins upon par valueof $450,000.00. COUNTY HIGH
Miss Mickey Godwin of Jacksonville Leon Carter and Bill
Freddy had as Easter dinner said bonds and to mature serially at a rate not to exceed
Mr and Mrs. SCHOOL Construct new audi
visited Easter Sunday has been ill with an attack G. W. Roberts and Haas. In annual Installments from 1959 fix per cent per annum maturIng torium.
guests Mr. and Mrs. Horace Cox !
with of the flu. Mrs. J. W. Andrews Sr. of Starke to 1978. both inclusive. Said bonds serially from 1959 to 1971 NEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL-
June and
Shirley Higgin- and Miss Mel Dinkins of Jack- Bobby Norman will represent shall be dated May 1. 1958 and both Inclusive, callable ten
were in St. Erect new school In or near
George Ga.
botham. Mr. and Mrs. George Johnsonand on Sunday amvllle. and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bradford Soil Conservation District shall be Issued for the purpose of years from the date of issuance Starke to include six (6) class-
family and Mrs. Paul Garrett! for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. financing tha cost of the schoolprojects upon the terms prescribed by
Mrs. D. J. Parrish and daughter and 1.. E. Roberts.Mr. Dinkins of St. Augustine.Mrs. in a speaking contest to beheld as previously described in. the said Board of Public Instruction five SCHOL tarkeConstruct .-

Jo Ann. Mrs. Hattie Nolan family of Jacksonville spent Frank Wells in Ocala May 6th. Bobby will the preamble of this resolution.i. for the purpose of ft. ANDKRhON JUNIOR HIGHSCHOL
and Miss Martha Harris Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Doss and Mrs. Fred Moore hadas of Leesburg I I be in competition with Said bonds shall be in the denomination Dancing the cost of certain proJ. Lawtey-Construct newtf'torlum
were came to speakers of ecta for school
Higginbotham Lawtey on Friday and $1.000,00 each and may be Improvements in
visitors in Jacksonville Monday. and family. guests during the weekend Mr. carried mother from eight Counties in this area. callable ten years from the date of said District; the principal of <
Jier Mrs. Effie
Double Birthday Dinner and Mrs. W. Bill Edwards and The title of I Issuance; and on any interest pay- and Interest !en said bonds hall Said bond shall be dated the
Birthday Party Mrs. F. B. Coleman entertained of Atlanta Miner, and Miss Mary Ann Motesof the speech is "Con- rooms, cafeteria and offices be paid from a special ad va- 1st day of May. 1938 and shall bear
Mrs. J. C. Nolan entertained on sons Mr. and Mrs. University of Florida home serving Florida's Soil and Water ment date thereafter upon the lorem tax levied on all taxable interest from the date thereof un

Friday March 28 with double Easter Sunday with a birthday David Boyer and son of Ocala. Resources for The Future:' Joe terms as here after provided by property in saId District, and til paid at a rate not to exceed six
a with her for a visit over the week- per cent per annum payable semiannually -
dinner the Board. Said special election for the prompt payment of the
her and
honoring Mrs. S. D.
birthday party honoring her chil daughter, Andrews and Wood, F. F. A. Advisor, has been shall be held In accordance with said principal and interest the on the in day of May and

dren. Lana on her 12th birthdayand Mrs. H. L. Browning. Enjoying family of Wildwod Mrs. Jewell end.Miss instrumental in helping Bobby and under the requirements of full, faith and credit of said November of each year and ahal
the dinner with the hostess and Royal and son. Bruce of Tampa Elizabeth Tatum of the Section 17. Article XII. Florida !Special Tax School District Number be In the denomination of $ "
Joey on his 7th birthday. University of Florida spent the with his speech. Constitution. One shall be pledged. each; said bonds shall be callable
Games were played throughoutthe the honoree were. Mrs. F. B. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Torode and SECTION 2. The ReregistrationBooks __FOR POXD34GAIN3T ten Yl'ar from date of Issuance

Coleman, Mr. H. L. Browning. Mr. son of Gainesville, and Mr. and weekend with her parents. Mr. for said special election will ____- BONDS thereof upon terms prescribed by
Rodman .
evening and then birthday and Mrs. T. Tatum. Underhill and Ronald i be closed said Poard and shall mature serially
and Eichelsor W. on March 14. 1958. which Instruction to Voters: If you are
Mrs. ] and
'cake was served to about twenty- son, Mr. Mrs. T. L. Casey and daughter. Guests of Mrs. Leona Edwards Griffis used the District's grain paid date is not less than fourteen in favor of the Issuance of the In annual Installments on the

five guests. and Mrs. Ray Pellum and son and Miss Arthurine Blanchard of drill to plant millet for summer days prior to the election.SECTION bonds, place an "X" mark In the 1st day of May from 1959 to 187J,
daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Ken Jacksonville during the weekend were Mr. and 3. The special election space to the left of the words both Inclusive.
spent Saturday and
Easter egg hunts were held at Mrs. L. L. Wainwright and fam- pasture. Ronald also used the Dis- i 1 hereby called to be held on the "For Bonds." All duly qualified electors of

both the Maxville and Long Self of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Sunday with her sister Miss Enza of trict's fertilizer spreader.I I 1I 1 19th day of April. 1958 shall be If you are not In favor of the pecial Tax School District Number
James Coleman, Evelyn, B. F. and Blanchard.Mr. ily Avon Park Mr. and Mrs. I held at: issuance of the bonds, place an"X" One of Bradford County, who are
Branch Baptist Church Sunday Byrant Tucker and family of Fer- was talking with Tommy City Hall. Lawtey. mark In the space to the freeholders and who have been re.
afternoon. Donnie Coleman. and Mrs. Fate Redd and Hamilton the other Courthouse, Starke for North left of the word "Against registered in the special re-regls-!
nandina Mr. and Mrs. day about
Carl Ed- Starke.
The Maxville students part! Bonds. tration of freeholders previouslyheld !
Mr. and Mrs. Dorrence Forrester In the sons of Macon Ga., Mr. and Mrs. wards and family of Gainesville Yellow Lupine. Tommy told me Snow Chevrolet for south Starke. SECTION 7. ine Superintendentof for said bond election shall be
cipating Easter Sunrise
and children or Greer, S. C., were Leslie Phillips and sons of Callahan Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Edwards and they have some good stands of Rivers Service Statlpn. Graham. Public Instruction ia hereby entitled to vote on the question of
service held on the football field Mr. and Mrs. Community Center Brooker. authorized and directed to have the issuance of said bonds, provided
recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. at the Baldwin School Easter Coleman family and Mrs. Carrie Edwardsof Yellow Lupine and hope to combine City Hall. Hampton. printed on plain white paper, a howeer. that any qualified
Ramp Chance.Mr lips of Waldo, and Mr. and'Mrs. Starke. the seed this year. Community Center Theressa. sufficient number of the aforesaid In the Districtwho

.and Mrs. John Q. Godwinof morning were Edith Harris, Janice James Phillips and daughter of School Building.: New River.In paper ballots and deliver them to are freeholder may vote at
Bell Mary Wilkes, James Brown. the event the polling places the inspectors and clerks on or said bond election upon compl.lncwih
Lakeland were recent guests of Starke visited' Mr. and Mrs. O. J'hillips YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYTYYYY The Soil Bank Act of 1956 hereby designated be not availablefor efbre the date and time for open- the requirements of 8ub-IPC-

Mr.and Mrs.;: Sidney Harris and Carolyn and Kay Strickland. and family during the< authorized use for any cau/te on the date Ing the polls for such election. (d) of Section 1041,24 FloridaStatutt's.
Mike Cannon Mary Kilgore Sidney assistance to farmersto fixed for said election the Board SECTION 8. The superintendentof ..
family and Mr. Jim Godwin. weekend. divert of of Public Instruction of Bradford Public Instruction
STATE FARMBy part their cropland shall publisha SECTION 9. The Supervisor of
Higdon. Patty Parrish and
Slumber PartyA Miss Elizabeth Terry was the from the production of excessive County does hereby reserve the notice of the election hereby Registration i hereby authorize.
Bobby Nolan. right to forthwith designate an- called in the Bradford County Telegraphs and directed make up
slumber party chaperoned by Mrs. Franklin Bell and Mrs. Joe Sunday overnight guest of her supplies of agricultural commodities other and different polling place. a newspaper of general circulation fy a list of all qualified reregistered -

Mrs. H. R. Kilgore and Mrs. John sister Mrs. C. E. Strickland in Mrs. J. G. CaldwellAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA and to carry out a pro- SECTION 4. The following are in Special Tax School District electors residing In said District -
North Lucas entertained Sunday after- designated as inspectors and clerks Number One, Bradford County who are frel'holder and entitled -
held last
was Thursday noon with an egg hunt at the Gainesville.S. gram of soil. water, forest, and respectively to conduct said election Florida. Said notice shall be to vote in said special elec
night. April 3 at the old home J. and M. B. Futch of Jacksonville wildlife conservation. It declares : published at least once each week tion. A certified copy of such list
of home of Mrs. Claude Green for Birthday Party Lawtey-Mrs. Fred Moore, Clerk; for five consecutive weeks with the shall be furnished to the inspectorsand
place Mrs. Wellahusen.
Mary eleven youngsters. called on Mrs. Senie Pre- that it is the policy of the Con- Mrs. Hubert Priest and Mrs. Wilma First publication thereof to be not clerks of the election at each

Enjoying this occasion were Gloria Helen vatt and other relatives on Sun- Col.'and Mrs. E. V..Hughs entertained gress to protect and increase farm Wainwright Inspectors. less than thirty days prior to the place where the votes are to be

Burnsed and Clydia Mae Lewis of Sweat.spent Saturday for their daughter, Martha income to the national North Starke-A. L. Crosby, date of said special election. This cast at said election and a certified
night with her brother-in-law and day.Friends protect Clerk; Sarah Hunter and Austin Resolution of which this notice is copy of such list shall be filed and
Baldwin. Norma Jean Carter of sister Mr. and Mrs. Junior Gools- of Mrs. Selma EunIce with a delightful slumber soil water forest and wildlife inkier, inspectors. a part may be incorporated in and preserved among the records of this
Clay Hill and Evelyn Coleman, will regret to learn that she is ill party on Thursday night in honor resources from waste and de- South Starke John Godwin published as a part of the notice, Board.
by in Baldwin.We of her tenth Clerk; Duggar Jones and Louis which said notice shall be in substantially SECTION 10. This Resolutionshall
Shirley Higginbotham Mary Kil regret that Ginger Cannonis again at her home. Let's all pray birthday. Sevenof pletion.In Tenley, Inspectors. the following: form: be published in fuI by the

gore, Dorothy Kilgore, Bonnie that she will have a speedy recovery Martha's friends were her pasing this Act, our legis- Graham Clarence J. Frazier, "Notice of Special Election ef Frrrkeldera Superintendent of Instruction .
Padgett, Jewel North and Dora ill with an attack of appendIcitis guests for the night A hamburger Clerk; John A. J. McKinney and ef Special Tax SrhoolDistrict once a week for five (5) consecutive
and her sister. Mrs. Dan lators officially recognized for Bessie Wasdin Inspectors. !Number One. Bradford weeks in the Bradford
North. Mr.and Mrs. Ernest B. Wells of picnic was enjoyed on the lawn the first time in history, that Hampton-William IL Maxwell 'ousty Florida, To DetrrmUe County Telegraph, a newspaper of
Hargroves had to rush. her to a Clerk Frank L. Williams and M. Whether the Board of Public IB- general circulation in Special Tax
We regret that Claude North one being. Bingo, which was play- ;
Mobile Ala. spent the Easter Holidays !- nearly 40 million taxpayers enjoy
Starke doctor early Monday morn- M. Matchett Inspectors. KtrnetlOB of Bradford County far : School District Number One. Brad
broke his collar bone last Thurs- with his mother, Mrs. Ma Games were played the specialnoe the outdoors as a means of relaxation New River-Reddish Andrews, sod OB B 'alf.f Special Tas ford County, Florida the first publication

day night. when the horse whichhe ing.Mr. Wells. being Bingo which was play- hunting and fishing and Clerk; Winnie Mae Andrews and !'>rhw>l District Number Oar .f thereof shall be not less
and Mrs. Buddy Browningvisited Agnes Johns Inspectors. Bradford Cuuatf fehall lass than thirty (30) days prior to said
was riding stepped into a hole in Jacksonvile Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Carl Prevatt hadas ed until every guest won a prize. included wildlife conservation Theresca-Mrs. J. D. Griffis, Bond of Said District Maturing election. This Resolution shall ba

and accidentally threw him off. guests during the weekend Cheryl Shealey had the highest activities as a vital part of the Clerk; Virginia Dryden Merle L. Serially from 1959: to 1978 la- published a a part of the notice of
evening with Mr. anod Mrs. M. .
Packham, Inspectors. duxlte.Notice said special election authorized
:'Mr and Mrs. John North and their son. J. C. and family of score and was given an extra program. For the first time, the. Brooker 'is a
M. that Sections
C. Browning and daughter. D. Harrell. Clerk: hereby given a by !36.3 and !3.:, Flor-
family enjoyed Sunday dinner at Ocala.H. prize. Martha received_many live- production of wildlife on a farm Melba H. Green and Lucille T. Hat- special election will be held in ida Statutes.

the home of Mr. North's mother, Mrs. Leslie Sweat and Mrs. motored to Lakelandon ly and useful gifts from her en. Inspectors.In Special Tax School District Number SECTION H. AU resolutions or
C. Kelly has been recognized and placed on
Rudy Higginbotham spent lastMonday the event any inspector or One of Bradford County, Florida, orders as the same may be in con-
M s. Alice North in Green Cove in Baldwin with Mrs. Thursday and brought his friends and a beautiful wristwatch an equal level with the production clerk DO named, is unable to serve at: flict herewith are hereby repealedand

J Springs. His sister. Mrs. Margie on, Wendell, home for the Easter from her parents. Those of other agricultural crops. Under as such the Board of Public Instruction City Hall.. Lawtey. this Resolution shall take effect -
Junior Goolsby.Mrs. the Courthouse, Starke: for Nortd
reserves right to appoint immediately upon its adoption.
Sacks and children, Bernie and: Edna Manning and Pat Holidays. Wendell returned to enjoying this affair with Martha the Conservation Reserve Programthe a substitute or substitutes.. Starke. BOARD OF FUE-L1C INSTRUCTION

Sharon were also there from Southern College on Sunday. were Cheryl and Sara Shealy, i farmer can now receive monetary The inspectors and clerk shall make Snow Chevrolet for South /Star.e. of Bradford County, Florida.
\ Griffis of'Glen St. Mary visitedin their returns to said Poard Immediately Rivers Service Station, Graham D. W. Starling. Chairman.
C.. Little Bernie Rebecca
Washington D. House. Cathy Hitchcock
Maxville last Friday with Mrs. Mrs. R. E. Lee. Mrs. A. H. Harley reimbursement for establishing after the special elec Community Center Brooker. ATTEST;

returned home with Mr. and Mrs. Evelyn Griffis and daughter and Sr. and Mrs. G. W. Roberts Becky Sue Thompson, Barbara wildlife conservation practiceson tion.SECTION City Hart Hampton. H. P. Morgan Superintendent of
5. The polls will be Community Center There"" a. Public BradfordCounty
North for a visit until Thursdayof Jcnes and Sharon Knight.
represented the W. S. C. S. of the cropland that he takes out of
Minnie Hargroves.. open at voting places on the date School f.'uUdinl'ew. Rl\r. .
this week'when' he will returnto We are glad that little Misses Methodist church at a meeting Mrs. E. J. Mann Jr. and little cultivation.If Of said special election from 7:00 on the 19th day of April. 1958.. in. :/l i 4/11

his home in Washington. Robin Higginbotham Rhonda' recently in: Ocala. daughter, Beth of Hampton, S. C. you are interested in the Soil ------- -

Oscar and Sidney Harris andFrank Parrish are feeling better after a Rev. James Berry of Ocoee. call- spent the weekend with her pa- Bank Program contect Mrs. J.. C.

Mrs! Wellhausen visited recent Illness. ed on the L. P. Rafuse family on rents, Col. and Mrs. E. V. Hughs. Sapp in the'A. C.-P. Office. ONLY $ .

with' Sidney Harris' sister Mrs. Saturday.Mrs. Cot and Mrs. E. V. Hughs and
O. J. Rafuse has returned home
Jennie Stubbs Sunday at the St.Vincent's .
John Shuford, and Dave Miss .Martha Hughs are moving At The ParkVan
from the Bradford County hos-
hospital. Mrs.. Stubbs had as guests during the weekendMr. this week to St. Augustine South,
pital where he was a patient for
underwent a major operation last and Mrs. Joe Shuford and where they will be making their
Heflin and Susan
several days. We wish him a )
week and we wish her a speedy speedy recovery.Mr. family of St. Augustine Mr. and home. Mrs. Frank P. Larkin. Mrs. co-starred i in "Tap Roots" a .

recovery. Mrs. Phil Shuford and daughterof Hughs' mother of Hampton. Va.,. with Civil War background DOWN
story a
Linda Waters is ill with Infected and Mrs. Rudy Higinbotham -
an -
Moore Haven, the Sidney Shu- who is their house guest will go opening Sunday at Park
throat this week. had as their guests for a bar- the.
ford family of Starke. and Mr. .with them and stay until June.: Theatre.
.Ed, John and. Linda Waters beque supper last Saturday night, ,
and Mrs. George Shuford. Visitors of Mr.: and Mrs. A. C.
Miss Hayward has the role
were recent visitors of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Sweat and Mrs. W. L. Masey of Barwick. Belche from Thursday until Sun- an ultra-feminine'Southern belle, BUILDS THIS HOUSE ON YOUR
family and Mr. and Mrs. Junior> LOT
Mrs. Bill Roberson and daughterIn
of Baldwin. Ga. is visiting her son and daug- day were his mother Mrs. Ora forced by the realities of war to

Live Oak. Goolsby ter-in-law. Rev. and Mrs. A. E. Belche Mr. and Mrs., G. C. Cameron strip off the lady like veneer and I

Linda Waters and Shirley Rob Massey. Wayne Massey of Fort and son George of. Plant
show that she' is..a spirited and
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ers n visited in Jacksonville last Eustls Va. spent the weekend City and Mr. and Mrs.: R. C. Hay courageous woman capable of 3e

Saturday. with his parents here. men of Arcadia. Spend-the-day heroic service in the hopeless "CAPRI"

On Saturday night March 29 Miss Jackie Harley of Jacksonville guests of Mr. and Mrs. Belche on cause'led by her father. .

two trucks one driven by Albert was a weekend guest of her Sunday. were Mr. and Mrs.,M. E. Heflin plays a character -- -

Oliver and one by John Waters Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Har Rogers of Lake ,Butler. complex
By Mrs. Gordon JoneAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA parents. a newspaper editor who is
the road
collided out on
Mr. and Mrs L. B. Cooper and known for his with
better way
and John Waters received a brok-i ley.Mr. $
and Mrs. Charles Shuford Mrs. J. A. Green visited Mr.. and the fair sex and with duelling CASH
Tmelma Oliver broken
en wrist a Mr. and Mrs. Albert Norman had as recent guests Mrs., John Mrs. L. J. Smith in Statenvffle,, pistols than for his journalistic
and little Buddy Padgett was 1495
cut leg badly about the face and and son, Johnnie and W. A. Join- Wright of Tampa. and Mrs. Luther Ga. on Sunday: talents Under stress of war, how- PRICE

neck which required 40 stitchesto er all of Mulberry and Mrs. Mag- Tharpe. of Va. Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Rhodes and ever, he reveals that he Is actually _

close the wounds.Mr. gi Norman of Gainesville were Mrs. A. H. Harley Sr. spent last Travis Walker of Jacksonvillewere a man of noble purpose. willingto .

Sunday dinner week in Arlington with Mr. and weekend guests of Mr. and for .' 1.k
and Mrs. Bud Waters and guests of Robert risk his life a cause. .. ,- .- -; .-.
Norman. Mrs. N. B. Blocker and sons. Mrs.. A. J. Green. 'MI _., .; ''J .. .
family spent Easter Sunday with Boris Karloff deserts his horror .' .M"' -
Miss Mary'Julia Futch of Tal- Sharon Knight is at.home this L I -4&" ..\ '' '' r" r -
Mrs. Dorothy Waters and family Sunday dinner guests of Mr. roles and plays a sympathetic 1. .
lahassee from Thursday until ---- ----'- -- .
spent week with measles.Mr. -
and attended morning services at and Mrs. Eddie Norman were Mr. part for a change. -
Sunday with her mother, Mrs. and Mrs. J. A. Francis who
and Mrs. Thurman Jones and i.
the Maxville Baptist Church. Futch. shopping This Modern Two-Bedroom Home is Designed for Southern Living. Three Jalousie
School attendancerecord sons Eugene and Julius of Starke. Joyce They were are enroute to their home inKINGSTJCF LAKE
The Sunday
was topped Sunday morn Mr.and Mrs. Herbert Norman and in Jacksonville on Friday and Springfield, Mass. after spendingthe MISSIONARY BAPTIST Widows and a Jalousie Door Among the Standard Features Offered in this

trig when 152 of 167 enrolled attended children of Lady Lake, Mr. andMrs. stopped enroute for a visit with winter in Miami, were the Sunday School 9:45 aA Morning Home.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Durden. Mary weekend guests of Mr.. and Mrs. Wel
Sunday School. Since the Gordon Jones and daughter, Trshlp 11 a.m. Evening
Julia returned to Tallahassee with G. E. Crews. Mr.and Mrs. Crews Completely Finished Outside. Doors, O.
mark was reached the SundayRshrw1 Carolyn and Earnie Norman of Service 7:30 pjn. Prayer Meeting .6
the J. O. Pons family. and their'guests entertained r -I
____ _snnprintendpnt_ ___ ______ and__ the Gainesville.Mrs. u,. otiA u... 1 W !:I".n. an" .... were ,, each Wednesday_ 730p.m. Everyone Vindnw. Srna_ t'fe.. and Two I 1
n ....... ......... ... ..... ... ........... clb.L UU111CA.I" --- uu-- -ouuuaj-"" -- -ui&iiy' .k1. i.wj- ..InL.and -. .-..-.-, .--------. --- ---- I
welcome.-Rev. H. H. Mott.
preacher, Henry Griffis and Rev. Thurman Jones of Starke
L '
daughter of Jacksonville visited Mrs. Malette Hale in Lake
W. O. Mathis had to sing a duet. and Miss Hilda Crews of Jackson- Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Pearce on Butler. pastor. Cots of Paint. Partitions, Studding f''s I

They sang at the morning worship ville were in Ocala on business '

service. The 13 year old Four-: Saturday.Mr. Saturday.Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Prevatt and the Allen long Crews Easter of weekend Monticello with spent his Sweat on Sunday. Mr., and Mrs. and .Floors only on inside. r'T. ( &m "OtOI
acre boy of Callahan delivered the and Mrs. E. J. Manni and son of Starke, attended servicesin grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Ronald McClellan of Palatka

morning. sermon. daughter, Nancy of Starke visited First Baptist Church on Sun- Crews. spent the weekend with Mr. and i"Warld's

Mr. and Mrs N. L. Cannon and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jones Fri Mrs. Sweat.
day evening. and
Mr. and Mrs Milo Seigler and g" :
daughter Gloria and Ginger Cannon Largest
visited in Jacksonville Satur- day.Mrs. Birth AnnouncementMr. children visited Mr. and Mrs. Bry- Re.ol.tl.B Caning A SjerUl ElretfoB .

Louise Raulerson and Elzey and Mrs. Glenn Williamsonof an Whitfield in Campvine on Sun at Freeholders .f SperUI t
day with Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Born- Tix School DUrrlet X..la.1' Oae
stein. Raulerson visited Mrs. Raulerson'ssister. Gainesville announce the arrival day. Little Susan Seigler remain-I of Bradf.rd County Florid*. To t tO W
Best 'Builder of Shell
Gladys of Jacksonville. of a son Andrew [Andy on ed with. her Be Held OB April 19. 1958. To DeterMlBe ,
The Baldwin Indians baseball Whether B.. of Said
The Intermediate March 22. at St. Vincents Hos- later in the week.
team won a victory over Green Sunday i District I. the AmeBBt of S4SO.- _
School class of Bayliss Highwaywas pital. Mrs. Williamson is the former Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bradley returned 000.00 Shall he Iwiaed.

Cove Springs last Tuesday witha entertained at the home of Miss Estelle Bennett, daughter on Monday after a week's WHEREAS, the Board of Public Homes" t :; T
score of 5 to 3, but were defeated Instruction of .Pradford County. .
Lee High in Jacksonville on Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Kelly of Gainesville of Mr. and Mrs. Troy Bennett. visit in Monroe. Ga.. with Mr..and Florida by Resolution passed and

by Thursday night. .Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Martin of Mrs. Sam Bradley. adopted on the 15th day of February -
Wednesday. 1958 did determine that serial _
Tupperware Party For Civic ClubA Mrs. Maude Morris of Gainesville Daytona were overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Caldwell are bonds of said Special Tax School : .Q
her mother Mrs. Sam Hicks District Number One of Bradford
visited on visiting the J. G. Caldwells this
Tupperware party will be Robert Norman Friday County Florida in the principal

held on Friday night. April 11 at evening. Wednesday.Mrs. week. They have spent the winterat amount, of 1150,000.09 ahould be Issued
Marion Mars of Jackson Bradenton Beach and other to pay forj: the following
7:30: .'p.- m. at the Maxville Civic This community'expresses deepest school project in Mid Special Tax
ville visited her son. Jeffery at vacation spots and are now en-
Club to raise money for the new sympathy to the family of School District Number One. to-
the home of her sister, Mrs. Sam 'route to their home in Rockford wit. :
club house. The whole Community Mrs. Beatrice Underhill Weaver BROOKER JUNIOR HIGH
Hicks on Monday.
is urged to attend and help and daughter Dianna Sue. Mich. SCHOOL Renovate existing JIM WALTER
with this worthy cause. Terry Futch of Starke was the Mr. and Mrs. R. P, McLendon buildings, paint buildings, purchase -
Sunday night and Monday guest and necessary equipment and
sons, Spanky
Folks, don't forget the big supper First Christian Church Improve site.
of his uncle
to be held at the Baldwin and aunt. Mr.and were in Tampa during the.week- HAMPTON ELEMENTARY

Mrs. G. W. Durham Jackson-. end. the guests of Mr. and Mrs.C. SCHOOL Renovate existing
School 'on Friday April 18th. At Morning worship 11 a.m. ville.: buildings paint buildings. purchase -
R. McDonell and children.
4 o'clock in the aftemon necessary equipment en-
a game Rev. J. E.
Sherwood paster Mrs. Mary Reddish's large and site. ,
Sunday Mr.: and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell improve .
between the Baldwin
of baseball Sunday School, 10 ajn LAWTEY JUNIOR HIGH
guests were Mr. and Mrs. Roy and
and houseguests, CORPORATION
Indians and Green Cove Springs Youth Churcn SCHOOL Renovate existing: :
p.m. Reddish and"Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Mrs. R. A. Caldwell were in Ocala buildings paint buildings purchase .
win be held after which free sup- Wednesday Prayer .
Reddish of Webster. and attendeda necessary equipment improve 7 -
per for everybody. After the sup- 7SO; p.m. ; site construct new cafeteria .
The C. B. Hlatts spent the East. tea In honor of Mr. Caldwell'a and construct new class
per there will be'a dance in the Adult Choir'pracUce 6:45
Families : p.m. er weekend at their home on Crystal aunt, Mrs. Annie Perkins in'celebration rooms. Palatka
gym. of all the schoolchildren Wednesday. STARKE 'ELEMENTARYnnT'ODstmpt Gaesvle-
of her eightieth birthday '
in the community are Ladies Council, lit..and 3rd Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bennett anniversary. BRADPORD COUNTT II-W llhl'tll'Y.HIGH P. 0. Box 782

[invited. All parents willing to do- Tuesday nlghta.Evel'body SCHOOL-Construct &ndltorinm. :
new Phone
and family of Daytona visited Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Allen and i : 2-2587 Phone: East
nate a cake or pie or a big bowl welcome 5.597
to Mrs. Hattie Darley and Mr. and children of Ft. White were visit NEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL; Hawthorne and Kincaid Roads At The "
of potato salad please take It to .
Erect school in .
new or BUT
Mrs. Buster Bennett
during the ors Of 'Mr. and-Mrs. Mack.A, ftuik &t taclvd tIa-1'1.**- I -

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---r 9r1i$4 Junior Oyster SupperAt District Four

at Honor New MembersAt Waldo Park I

Dinner MeetingThe ,I Legion MeetingSet
I : The public is cordially invitedto

I .__ an oyster supper to be held For SundayJames
p -
Junior Woman's Club hon- !
I -- --- h in the Waldo City Park Saturday,
ored five new members at a dinner -
: 4k '- I April 12. from 5 to 8 p. m., spon-
meeting which featured an 1 A, Bums chaplain of
I sored by the Woman's Auxiliaryof
: I international relations theme," the Veterans Hospital at Lake
Mooty 4 4 -
: St. Paul's Episcopal" Church.
.. Monday evening at the Club, will be the speakerat
.------- ------- -- -- City principal
S 9 There will also be a special weiner -
.. : House. j the District 4 American Legion
: for the children. Adults
Mrs. Brown HostessAt Social Club Meets Mrs: S. G. Denmark, member- Conference to be held here Sunday *
'I $1, children 75 cents.
Bridge Luncheon In Parish Hall ship chairman introduced Mrs., in the USO building.
George Snell Mrs. W. E. Hender- The program will begin at 9-30

I Mrs. M. F. Brown was hostess Varied games --were enjoyed by son, Mrs. Charles Meister Mrs. Cub Pack 70 a. m. with a 30 minute religious

: to the Wednesday morning bridgeS j 24 members of the :Starke Social I Paul Hutchins and Mrs. Jerome ToMeet TuesdayCub service followed by a three-hour

club with Mi's. Lillian Allison and: Club, meeting Monday night in Johns as new members. j conference. Mayor W. T Jackson

f Mrs. D. C. Forehand of Albany. St. Mark's Parish 'HalL I I Assisting in serving.dinner were I Scout Pack 70 will meet will welcome the visitors to the

: Ga., and Mrs. Proctor Snow of During a brief business 'session. hostesses for the evening, Mrs. L. Tuesday, April ID, at the Metho- city.

Dublin. Ga. and ,Mrs. Marguerite Mrs. Robert Halsall was elected I -IfI1 1t .ftc; C.'Hinson; Mrs. Lennard Register. dist rtecreation Hall at 7:30) p.m. Luncheon will be served in the
Dickens of .Marlanna as out-of- tbrb% fl : Mrs. Gene Long, Mrs. X M. cafeteria.The .
a fellowship secretary, 'arid Mrs.Cora t : I 'I, 11: The program will be in charge high school
,. town 'guests. juattlebaum announced that ;. -- Smith, 'and Mrs. Harry Elrod, Jr.< of Den 5, Den '2 will conduct the j conference will be attendedby

: The fcur tables of bridge were she would resign" aa secretary of''L ; A fashion show was presentedwith Flag Ceremony and len 6 will be1, members of the Legion and its
: enjoyed in the morning at the the following members, '
the effective June 1. A committee esponsible for clean-up. Auxiliary.
a home of Mrs. B.rown on N. Walnut !- modeling clothes worn in other
of Mrs.
: street with luncheon following composed Mattie countries: Mrs. Harry Hatcherj(
Gahagan; Mrs. John Crehan, Mrs. I '
: *
a In the Pecan Room of the Mrs. Don Patray, Mrs. Ronald I
-- W. L. Blair, and Mrs. J. M. .Mitchell -tt' tsss" On These
: Garden Restaurant. 1 % .. Griffis. Mrs. S. G. Denmark, Mrs. flftPAl4
was appointea to bring in a : "' ; i. lz5:4fl R. I
: .' I ti P. Chitty, and Mrs. John To-
: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Byrd of nomination' at the next meeting. rode. Little J. Roy Chasteen

: Starke announce the birth of a The next meeting ,will be held: :ki'4' modeled a Tyrolean outfit, as I HANDSOME

a daughter. Dawn Melanie, on Apr. Thursday, April 24. with Mr. ana I worn in Vienna. Mrs. S. R. Marco :

: 5 at the Bradford County Hos- Mrs. James Watson, Mi's. KoDertHalsall 4 4- .t lT-; z j and Mrs. S. E. Shuman showedthe I
and Mrs. P. J. yuattle- % (I44" latest fashion in the "sack"dress
baum as hosts. ; ; and Mrs. Doyle Conner

.- John :Stewart ot Uysart ":Saskatchewan .a..,....nsa............. _...," ......-v'a .. _...u_....._. _," .._--- ----- -----'- '_ modeled an attractive maternity
Canada was recognized as :; I outfit. Mrs. R. G. Paterson was Platform Rockers

.. the guest of honor.Refreshments Eyesight Good Mistrev* Sally Thou, right with the help other sister, Mrs..Liira in charge of the program and Miss

were served by Sloseley;' displays the crocheted tablecloth that Miss! Sally, recently Louise Stern played piano select- .

.. Mrs. Ed Simpson, C. M. Hradtord.J. For Crochet Work finished. Her bonnet is the pretty. blue ,one.thai .she made for last ions during the show,

W, Abel Mrs.. Maude .Fields, year's Centennial celebration.. I During' the business meeting ZT-\:
and Miss Minnie tfessent. I it was announced that Mrs. R. F.I Reg. $25,95NYLON
.. I? rI4I1ti1'1; ll1 At AgeOI87 Chitty and Mrs. John Torode will
ing especially pound cake, Miss Starke was a little town with be delegates the State Convention -. '
Girl Scout NoticeThe Sally says she bakes now only for board sidewalks.'At' at St. Petersburg, April 15- ; -:
With eyesight still'good enoughat "
special occasions, but we gather. present- their "baby" sister, 18. COVERING
Intermediate Girl Scouts 87 to> crochet, Mistress Sally that those occasions come' rathei' Mr :' N.'N:'Norton of California, Electionand installation of new :

,. will meet Friday afternoon at' 3:30: Tlnson makes,:'crocheted tablecloths frequently for just' last week she is visiting them. SheT"says"", '"I'm officers will be held at the May EASY TO

o'clock at the home of their lead and bedspreads. She gives baked one for party and told of 60, but they still think of'me' asa meeting. Serving on the nominating ij
er, Mrs. Richard Cauffman. : I '
330 the fun'they all had. baby." committee will be Miss Bet- CLEANSmall
them to friends and relatives or
:: N. Myrtle street; Instead of'at. and Miss Sally was'bne of the Hai- Miss Sally ran the Starke Hotel ty Jane Morgan, Mrs. R. S. Mul- '. ,
the Methodist uses them herself "has never
church. .
slop girls 'and 'she'and her sister. for many years and remembers lins, Miss Louise Stem, Mrs. B. I ;
aI-. sold the first one.'\A fall. sometime Mrs' Laura Moseley, who' Is the much abo t the doings of Stake L. Moxley. Jr., and Mrs. S. E. Down

J ago slowed up her 'walking] gardener of the family, came to I in,the early days. She is friendly Shaman! w_ -* ?

I'lijII $915 A CASE RECORD FROM A but her hands are still busy and Bradford County with their par. and likes company so anyone Thrift' Shop: w 'rkers for April f Payment

CHIROPRACTOR'S FILE quick. The last cloth she finishedon ents' about 75 years ago. Both i wanting to know the history of will be Miss Della Rosenberg, Mrs.

,II'.. DOWN her birthday, March 5. have excellent memories and love our town always enjoys a visit Carl Roberts and Mrs. George / 41 : ) Easy Terms

...., By II. G. Bellinger D. C. Once well known for her bat to talk of the old days when I. with the sisters. Snell. A : :

_ .. A thirteen year old boy with a Wesleyan.Guild Parties Given Beta Sigma Phi The'final figures on the Variety '. tto;,': ;. ; .." .. S No Carrying
"I.1 history of a weak heart resulting Show are not complete and members ...... ". .......

r from rheumaticfever.. Physical' Hears ,ProgramOn For Young. People PlansSunday TeaTPe' moneY are to urged Mrs:to Stanley turn in Noegel ticket ',. '",if ".t Charges

condition was such 'that the b yeould United NationsUnit WeekMrs.Maxie .
During immediately
Beta Sigma Phi"sororitywill
: CEIiIU1 not enrage In athletic activities ?
at school.: The ''wIs taken -: : give a Preferential Tea Sun-
.2 of the Wesleyan Ser- ;; Carter Jr. assisted
.. to a Chirporactor sufferingwith ,i. day afternoon, April 13; from'4' to Circle Three WSCS
vice Guild met evening
I Tuesday' by her mother, Mrs. J. B. Spencer! 5:30 o'clock'at the home of Mrs. 1995We
I : headaches, tonsilitis. and at the home of Mrs. Charles '
n nervousness. An examination Meister on N. Walnut street with of? :Orlando, entertained Sunday Eve Godwin-' E.' Call Street. Circle,3 of the Methodist WSCS

vealed a pressure on the seven members present.: T : at delightful birthday pfcrty.at II' On .April 14 a 'model meetingwill will meet Monday, Apr. 14 at 3:30: I
.u cord'which had'prevented : be held at 8 o'clock 'at the o'clock at the home of Mrs. M. W.'!
Mrs.- R. S. Mullins, president; the Carter place on Kingsley Lakelor'
,. home of Mrs:.Myldred Cuttino'atKingsley Lance. I
the entire body'from functioning presided over the meeting and .Brad Carter's. third birthday !

III'... -." ::;-, -w- normally. Removing the pressure Mrs. Wayne Haynes gave the devotion anniversary.The. .. I Lake. Give PROFIT-SHARING Coupons
Faster than thought theamazing not only corrected the tonsilitis, with Mrs. Harry' Mobty 20 ''served WSCS NoticeThe
youngsters were
nun. Electric Eye sets headaches and nervousneSS but and, Mrs. Del Colley taking' part. : Brownies Booked

,'" Y:- the camera for you just permitted the heart to make a Mrs. J.T.'Gruis gav'aninterest-= luncheon c and. enjoyed an Easter I For XV business and program HART FURNITURE CO.
I Playhouse
h, sight and shoot! No fuss. recovery which had not been previously I ing' program on' the' United Nations. egg 'hunt during the afternoon. meeting of the Methodist WSCS
no figuring-light sets the theme will be I
The Easter held
lens automatically! Works possible.,This boy now en- \ Two new members MrS: -was attractively The 24 members of the Brownie Tuesday morning STAUKE FLA.
::I, so fast. so perfectly' you joys rood health and is able -to Charles Johns and': Miss Mary carried out -in the decorations. Scouts will appear on the Popeye Apr. 15, at 10 o'clock in the Fellowship -I PHONE 10 ,

Ml never waste a scene. Now engage in athletic activity. Carol Bessent, joined the group.. Playhouse TV' program in Jack- Hall.

till at the lowest price in our For further information on this A love,offering, will be taken' at Miss Kate Str th's Sunday sonville"Thursday afternoon, Apr. -
III for Bell & Howell I
III history Electric a movie and similar cases phone or write the May meeting. school nursery group met at the 17,j&l 5 o'clock. Their leader, Mrs.J. I
Eye camera. -
.,., .. Mrs. Mullins gave 'a report on home of Mrs. Carl Lamar Johns D. 'Warenl: will have assistihg
DR. II. G. BOLUNGER the "annual Florida Conference en W. Madison street last Friday her'Mrs. 'Robert Barksdale Mrs.N SAVE $7075 HIGH

:HIII::: READY FOR YOU NOW CHIROPRACTIC OFFICES in Leesburg which. she 'attendedMar. afternoon for. 'their annual Easter, H..Rosier, Jr., Mrs. J% E.. Hardy

'I 2123. egg-shunt. and. Mrs. Douglas Hardy. .. ",
nil.m. 728 E. University; Ave. The next meeting will be' a Approximately 50 youngsters IError.

III' pledge service and installation of and their mothers enjoyed the In Revival Ad
STUDIO AND GIFT SHOP Gainesville, Phone 6-323 officers at the Sanctuary on May affair.

426 N. Walnut St. 13. ;'Dates hi the Revival ad of Highland FIDELITY SPECIAL !
!E Mrs.. Meister and Mrs. J! T. Baptist. Church on page 8

.1 Starke, Phone 108 Gruis, co-hostess served delicious Little John Milton Thomas celebrated in thiS issue should 'be April 16 .

refreshments during the social .i his. third birthday anniversary t .II' -J *: .
no. -, .. through 'April 27. Due to a typographical '" > -- ..
'" -- on WeaneSday afternoon 'I :
hour. error 'the dates in the

f: I> Thomas when his, Jr.mother, entertained, Mrs. A.at J.a ad appear as April '16 through; BUY THIS 5 ,

\ \ Upholstery Drapes Presbyterian Circles neighborhood party. April 17. The public revival is 'asked to ,ArNIFN
1iil1I\ I remember' that the runs '
I Hold MeetingsCircle Mrs. Thomas was assisted by for 11 days; through Sunday, ALL NEW

.Ml' M Covers Covers Mrs. Joe Wood. April 2T. '
ItII Slip Seat One of, the 'Women of the -
......... 4 (\ 19'1 First Presbyterian Church met QUALITV
$ ,
:.. Large Variety of Dislgnst.11B1N II,; Tuesday night with Airs B.. C. ,COME IN FOR I

Materials To Select loi'tzendorf, Ssr.. iinC LesterCrewl
:IIfc fcf: { led the 13lnemberS'present -5' .-S----'

I'tf I CALL 239 flu' an opening "devotional, and the : ri

program was presented'by.. Mrs. HIGH FIDELITY
.. ..
II i _,z z:
For Free EstimatesSHEPHERD'S ilbert' .Nichols.. ... '. '
.. i' Refreshments were served by CONSOLE *

1lr .. Hoitiendorf at the ..close" ofhe'meeting. i: WATCH CHECK
... ,-- ,, -. "
: RADIO 1 ','_: ., -y ,...-,.-,:"'- "" .:.---. ;:;::..:-....... ........' regular low prICe $1piti e 495
U ASK On The Watchmaster. _=_:5::- .-::_: ::-h <....i....$-:,,-,...;.:...: : -
INMAN D. GREEN, 0\fner 4 \ Mrs. Ki; G. Duncan, hostess to Alt Repair Work Guaranteed and i =::; '=" :. ;:f.::::: == b- IJI&b09anl colorS )
: Phone Florida Circle Two, served refreshments as y ;::::;;.::::;:;::';:: ::::::'-;:::=
FOR .Checked on the .W ichmas err ::L::.:. ?:;.: t=;'::: _;: ,
the'*members arftvecKat "her n me .:..=. .-..=-::--=.. .;..:. ... ...;..1'.:;.',;.:.=....:.;. ,
Tuesday morning at, 10 .oc1ock., YOUR F Next Shopportunity Days .......-._....__....,-=-_..---....-..._..,-_..-......_.-...-.-..1".z'r.-: ::
I :::,...:;::::;:...) ,_...::...;;.:.:.:--:' y".l ': ,
I' Mrs.,.Guy Andrews led the opening 19th. .- --- '
,. i I '
239WRGR devotional and the program COUPONS S
was presented by'Mrs. J. tI. c ld- ,1 l
- : well.. Mr$. Canton, McManus, fclr-

cle chairman- presided during the ,109cali| ; \70 THE STRAUSS-Mwttl HF17.C..HoIaIic.
: REPAIRS St.Fbone> 4 Spetf iKtxi ehiIRO. LiOhhol'Ohl' Cotf-
tusiness session. Tsrw* Arm Oo 12-mcti ooler, 2 tttctio-

II ". r The group de'cided to'change the V Ititic t..t.fL la Mt Automatic 12 iwh ftconts.UKdott 1 i Automat.cinI" Watu otmuimum

THE STARKE STATION, meeting; tune to V31): aon. until h- : .i i'I ;S SI9ndOorChvco1aiLAColIy. power output'III Graintd, lIIIIIooanr.'f .

: \ further notice. Mrs. T.. A. Yawn j:1 ..., r', ---------------------------------r" --
t a g. 5 will be hostess in May. 1. ::::mas CONSOLE_ : TWO'SPEAKERREMOTE.UNIT '

:, PRESENTS -- Attach Itto: the YOU PAYS
i ij
Circle Three met Tuesday, eve- ... -:-'::;- Zenith Model 17, place it anywhere in the room _
:: {]Starke ning at"the home of 'Mrs./\.La.vonAndrews. -4'S j or in another part of your home! Adds to your ONLY

Wakes Up ; .on'Aliori:Koad with Airs. ,. ." "f' record listening enjoyment.
features one 12-inch woofer and one SX-inch -
Carl Kirtsinger, chairman presld- .'rourCreditRating --S
YOU ,make tweeter with Alnico 5 magnet.\ Complete with
: 'J with Chuck Dent ing. I S
\ : 32 ft.cord.
"r i I ,,The, devotional _was gIven by .?' J. '> Regular rttail price 94999
(il| ((7:00 9loiB 1 A.M.) Mrs. Louise Harden and Mrs. John S. y'. $
: fi;
; .- : Alixon was charge of the pro:. We Only.Keep -. ; 78 LP, SELECTIONS HIGHS

It l pram. Flans ,were 'made for .theMen's -S "' ,- FIDELITY RECORDS These
; f the Record .. S ; ten 12-incti LP records feature Strauss Waltzes;
:::,. ;, Cliff Roberts Show I The supper hostess in served May.delicious refreshments 1 I music by Tchaikovsky; Rossini; Rimski-Korsa (
I kov uch: popular tunes as ;eensleeves,Someone -
014' L ,. ... .. wi 5- fOR BOTH
-- -tj- -bv --- during the social Hour. ?
to Watch Over Me. Orchids! in the Moon-
((9:00 3:00 P.M. WHEN YOU BUY
O I The next meeting will be held !--- light. Hofiday for Strings, plus many others-all

:IIli: May 13 at the home of Mrs. hart- th.ofthemonthis -- performed by the world' leading conductors, THE'JIODELHF17. ?
'f AT
'y : S I .and .jsiclans.
: singer. State. farm.. ;! \ / Regular retail price t/1580 REGULAR PtICC
Top 35 Tunes \ MERCHANT'S! PAY DAY-
tin '. ; u Hospital Auxiliary TOTAL Regular.Rt>tall f Pric. $9575 'JIo..

: : fi 'whhSamZack To Elect OfficersThe '
till \ -i .w ...
Will' :,.jfW. .+.. :

t:. ; > l f ;. 'i ((3:00' 6:00: P.M.) I. :last; 'general membership: PAY YOUR BILLS TODAY lIJai l :: !I
meeting of the club year for the :
llIK. ; .o s- ... Bradford County'1tospiiWAui4iary :" .- __ _.- .._. +;im --. ----.eS
.;: : l T.J'
will.be held at the Woman's Use. credit and bills
ini: News EVERY Hour On 'The'Hour' Club, at 3:30: p. m.. on Wedfifcs- your wisely pay all

day April 16. Election officers ,promptly each!month, .or agreed.* ,t < WE GIVE PROFIT-SHARING COUPONS

It will be held at this meeting, fend -
!: it is urged that all members f t.:. ,

I49OKCS tend.Mrs..: '!C will:' *t:. ,-be Mendoza guest, of speaker J&tfk.fonvUle .. .;- CREDiT BUREAU of STARKE WINKLER! ELECTRIC. SERVICE

and a short program is also plan; w t
I ft tti
ned .for. the ,entertainment '.ol Phone 166 231 N. Temple Are. Starke, Fb.r .
b members.- ... :

ii i

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THURSDAY: ,_ AFBIL_.10. IMS ___ __ BUDFOnDCOUNTfTELEGL\PILftAlU: l!.n.oBmA. ___=- _
---- P.\G:: 1:1.':

".. i.. -0;" -,;, ........ .... oi"tl11J. tIS1' .r- --- -q ...
Mis Betty Xu4Harrts and. [Mrs R.. S.,Mollies andphhdren Cub' Scouts j NOTICE TO DEFEND
of'P.. WaS'h forcible 'w ekeiii1. I Joined Mr :and Mrs. L. Appear; la Ctre.it C..rt.Fl Br.dl- ("...t,'. -- -'
sN Mrs: George "HI: 'Stevenson of T.. Izler tod.Mrs.. : C.; W. White ofOcala'and On Pop Eye Program .nrfa Mae< InAaaie tltnnett.t'aa.eer'flalntltt. ,'a.

Iecattu;"Gag'& spending'Tuesday Mr.and'Mrs., bier, Jr. I Raymond Lee tt=nactt UttendaiiL
I 'illLee tor'3unday'' with her 'sister,' Mrs and family of Miami at: a picnic'supper Cub Pack 307 appeared on the, \'i.e ***- *i._*r; Case .'.o. 1- 2I
O. fc.'Haynes, Jr.' ffa ily'WhiIe last Friday. at Gold Head Popeye Playhouse TV program in' To: Raymond Lee Bennett whose
Ness Mr.:Stevenson'U'it'Camp Blinding Branch.. Jackseaville Tuesday evening }residence Street an"add Road reI's Houston is: Texas llMItarket !

THE \hh'week with-- the Decatur Mrs. J, W, Wilson visited her fltiln'5 to S:30: o'clock. The 3* You are hereby: 'notified that ahas
Boy Scouts.: boys were accompanied by Rev. a... 1ur dn rce
sister Mrs: S. T. Dell, Sr. in Gainesville I '
.------------ -_. 'Ur;read tars. R. E.:'Edm nds nana Saturday W. S. McAliley. James Drew above been named filed Curt against and you cause in and the HUNDRED
; 'family1 have; moved from'865 j[ Mr and Mrs. Homer'Lewis and Lloyd Sedgecock Mrs. Virgil ; yOU' are required to serve copy of OF CONTESTANTS
Priest of Live Oak is spend i Carla"Marlon, Martell Carlton N. 'Clark''strttet' to 911 Wilson sons ,of, Jacksonville and Mr.. and JOrdan Mrs. James Chitty, Mrs. '' your pla'5 answer,..or PI|pleading.,I. ,i-f',. .to the com-
ing this week" with her grandparents : Faulk of Jacksonville Road Behind' W. L. Attorney T. Krar-K Landrum. r.
:, Spent the Bradford. County Mrs.. 'Mike Pickering and daughter Soto ,Mrs. fccbert Starting
Mr. and Mrs. J. W, Dodd, the u. liox 4H, stance "'lor Ida To
weekend with their grandparents. Hospital Prisicilla, of Gainesville were Mrs. George Kaufmann. and Mrs. and file lie Jr.Dr. Mr. and Mrs. Maxie 'The Warren 'Wlnklers have weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Blake Jackson. the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or. ..
and Mrs..R. D Gregory and Carter, Sr. Little Carla broke her 'started construction I Ix-fflre the -- -
of their hew
I L. N. Pickering. 12 day of Slay. ISas; BIG BASS
EOns of Asheville, N. C. lY '" -
spent: shoulder bone last : '
week. home l4rAtj
on Pratt street next to the Marvin, Henry and David Lawson ..Eas1eiActivities otherwise the allegations of said :
Saturday to Wednesday of last: Complaint will be taken as confessed : V .tIJ '
Mr. and Mrs. P. T. K-olins. '
Coburn : "and Billy Warren spent AND
week with and Mrs. At by you. '
Dr. O. and sons Dale 'and Neel, of Mr. and Mrs. Dolph Reddish Thursday to Monday at Key West Lot This notice shall be published! :
Haynes, Jr. L.I' j once each week for four consecutive
Chelmsford Mass were and family spent Sunday with
overnight visiting Freddie 'and Preston Wise Tuesday afternoon weeks in the Bradford County Teleern SPECKLEDPERCH
Mr. and Mrs. Morris of guests Monday their uncle,and Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Carpenter on ,Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Wilson and : before Easter *>h
Hampshire have purchased the 1 I a large group of children assembled Dated this 9 day of April mx. "
Mr. Santa
aunt and Mrs. L. G. Powell, Fe Lake. family of Gainesville were week- (OFFICIAL SEAL) 1i ::
Jimmy Moore home on Westmore while 'enr ute 'to Daytona Beachto Mr., and 'Mrs.- Glen Hartwig'tT m-guests.or 'Mr.and Mrs. R. M. at the Ensey Play Lot Charles A. Darby ,
land street and will take possession help celebrate the Golden Wedding mPa' were weekend"'visitors' M Rae;' ; and were' given the stcry in flan- Clerk 'of the Circuit Court
on May 1. The Moores will anniversary of his. parents Mrs. F, 6. Hutchinson and'family. nelgraph leading up and includ- By Marian L. Crosby T*"tv tt Clerk'iu allOTIE
rent Kay. .daft spent l the weekend ing, the Resurrection.Mrs. FISHING CONTEST
the downstairs
apartment.ofthe Mr. and.Mrs. Mirfieid Sr. "Mr, and Mrs. R. C. Dansby'and t with
Mr. Brazz'ealhi
l y and Mrs Joe Florence Hippie, teacher
Adolph Gay house on W. .. ,
Mrs. W. G. Haile returned Monday :son;Mlcky, spent Sunday with 'Pa1 tka. Ii & OF *PPMCTIOFOB
Madison street next to was assisted in looking after the' TAX DEKI1:
Gay's Ap- after spending three. weeks:'latvnami Mr. end Mrs. R.. J. Andrews, ., in ':MrS._'Bertha Pearce 'is leaving i children by Mrs. Alma Oehng Notice i U hereby given that Knza :M.Hiancharo .
pliances. witn her sons and families Jacksonville: the holder of the followIng .... NOW IN PROGRESS .-.
Mrs. M. F. Brown and Mrs. J. J. Mrs, Lillian .Allison and Mrs today for Fort Lauderdale to visit and Mrs. Mae Wood. Treats included certificates has filed said ''rertlftcates .
Mr. I and Mrs. W. G. Halle ahd
Fitzgerald and their house guests. her'sister. Mrs. W. T. Saxon, who brightly colored Easter for a tax deed to be issued
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Haile. While D. C. Forehand'ofAlbaa', Ga. are thereon. The certificate numbersand
Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Brownell there she attended the Sunrise Wednesday .to' Friday :guests of, is ill. eggs. I II I years of issuance the description Come in NOW and Register to be Qualified to Enter
of Houston Texas returned Misses .eid i'Co eman h t Jackie of the property, and the namesIn
Col. rand -
service in the Orange Bowl on Mrs. T. H. Long.; : which is was assessed are as ,
Your BIG Catch and Be in the Contest to Win .
Wednesday of last week after Easter Sunday. P. F. Flume 'returned home last : Brock of Brehau College were .Th' CoButr Jadrr'a Court Of I' follow.
spending ten days with Col. and -' 'Friday after being confined Visiting Miss Sandra. Jones bnTuesday. Bradford Cuaty, Florida. I ( *..tit'.t.. NO. Zi; rear of Issuance -
Paulette and Benny Jordan 'tbf : .:'tn IN RE: Estate tl CARl. A. KNIGHT, 1956.l .
Mrs. J. W. McNeer in New Port Dt>Ceued.
the Alachua General "for >e'">nption of Property: t>KVt of
Richy. Alma.their cousin Ga. spent little the Paul weekend Faulkner with, the past ten days following 'suaeery. .> :Mr. and'Mr' ?.*M.; W.,!"Lance had All NOTICE creditors TO of CBEDITORS the estate of Carl I I K SWfc orSwy5Secz5T5Sit9E!; ; ,SPIN CAST OUTFIT
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Meister I
as Easter holiday guests Mr. and A. Knight deceased, are hereby notified .
Name In which M .
assessed: C. L i
spent, the weekend in Orlando Jr.Mr. "Mr, "and Mrs'C.'fc.' Colson bf Mrs. Charles 'L'ince and famHy demands and required to file any claims :I Dingfelder.All (Mitchell Spinning Reel and Rod Valuedat
with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. and -Mrs. Henry Godwin Brooter "with df-St.'Simon 'Island./She iff pr said which they may have I
spent'Sunday1; ,'Mr, ahd against estate in the oince of of said property being In the
H.B.,McLendon. were in Ocala on Sunday visiting and MrS. R. A."Colson"and family, 'Mrs tJL, R. 'Q 1rin and daughter, County Judge 'of Bradford County County of Bradford. State of Flor- $26.95)
Mn. O. L. Mrs. Lola Johnson. Florida, in the court house at Stark' ida.
Beasley and Mrs. J. Steve Hardln of the State'Farm Wanda, 'o'f' Inverness', ahd'( Mrs. Florida within eight calendar months' Unless such certificate: or certificates -
W Kincaid spent the first of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Golloday *nd Marvin.Brown xrf tike fcr- l R. N. "Carswell sand daughters rot from the date rf the first publication shall be redeemed accord-
the week in ,Tampa with Mr. and spent last week in Cambridge rived home Wednesday from Mur- Waycross. f>t this notice. Each claim or demand ing to law the property describedin
must be in writing! and, must state such certificate certificates
Mrs. C.' C. Hoppe. Ohio with their daughter. Sandra ray State College, Ky., for 'a Mr.. and Mrs. Edward ;chw' band 'ws place 'or residence and postoffice will be sold to the or highest bidderat .STARKE.BUILDERS SUPPLIES
"Miss Florence Brown of Miami who is staying with her grandmother week's spring vacation.Mr. address the claimant arid must te the court hoti-e door on the first .
'was borne for the weekend. family and Mr.tmd Mrs. John :sworn to by the claimant his agent Monday in Month of May, ms:
Mrs. Ross Standiford, and 'Mrs. Robert Myrick Anderson and son, Johnny, of or nis attorney or it will become which is the 5 day of May UMI INCORPORATED
Mrs. "TV"P. Stump and daughter until school is out. have moved from 704 Lake St. to T70cOa spent weekend with their :1953."W according to 'nThis April 7. Dated this 1 day ot April, 1S5S. ,

Mrs. William H. Thomson Mr. and Mrs. R. A..Eberle and 612 Epperson St. parents Mr. and Mrs. A. W. An- IS! CLARA tAE KNIGHT. (OFFICIAL Charles SEAL A.)Darby. Clerk of I At S.A.L. Depot Phone 45
Jrof, Monticello, will attend the family spent the weekend in Mr. and Mrs. T. 'S. Hogsed of derson "$r. A birthday'dinner was' Aamjnlstratrft of th Estate of Carl of Circuit Court of Bradford
Sweet Briar-'Cottee' in Jacksonville Frostproof with relatives. Jacksonville A. Knight, deceased. County, Florida.
are'renting the houseat given for Mrs Anderson Sr. on 4/10 4t 5/1 4/3 4t 4/24
on Saturday.Florida* .N. T. Ritch and son Buster, of 665 N. Clark St. Mr. Hogsed Is Sunday. --=:" ,
Hialeah were visiting his mother, employed at State Prison. :;:: ;
Tommy McLeod of Fort
Mrs. Carrie "Hitch, on Saturday. Mr. and 'Mrs. R. V. Chapman Chaffee, Ark. was visiting Miss I I cI
Mr.and Mrs. Oscar Hendrix of and family had a family reunionat :
Ann Elder from Monday to Woo-
Waycross Milton Dill. Mrs. J. M. the lake home of Mr. and Mrs.
; Lott, Miss Stella} Hatfield and W. D. Witt at Ocean Pond near nesday. Every Day Is "Shopportunity Day" at DENMARK'SGet I
Mr. and'Mrs. X M. Smith and
Mrs. Bessie Coffee and Robert '
son Olustee; on Sunday,
family joined Mr. and Mrs. 'Coy
of Jacksonville were weekend Mrs. Dora Burton returned to
guests 'Of'Mr. and Mrs.'J.-P.-Dry. her home In Atlanta last Friday Cheshire of Pompano'Beach at
Mr; >nd Mrs. T. H.'Slade, Jr. after spending several weeks with Lake Santa 'Fe on Sunday. Your Profit-Sharing 'Coupons With EveryPurchase:
THEATRE Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Edwards "of
and soDs of Jacksonville spent the her daughter Mrs. Alice Ander
weekend with the senior Slades. Jacksonville were last Saturday

Mr. 'and Mrs. Steve Simmonsand son.Mr.. and Mrs. "S. L. Peek;Jr. are visitors of Miss Kate Sfruth.

SAT. APR. '12 ONLY family were in Miami Wednesday in St. Petersburg from Thursdayto John Torode is in Ctearwater
== DOUBLE FEATURE to Monday with relatives. Saturday'attending the Florida attending the Florida Petroleum
-atr Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Hazen, Sr. Bankers convention.Mr. Marketeers Assn. Meeting.

f Gainesville, and Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. A. Russell Norman Linda Wasdin was confined
Dan Hazen and children of Jack- visited Mr. and Mrs. D. N. with the three day measles oVer
I # sonville were Sunday guests of 'the''i'eekend.. 4y
r Denmark, Sr. In Jacksonville Sunday -
Mr. and Mrs. Hazen, Jr. Mrs.:Gladys Weldon and daughter -

.F Penny Hollingsworth spent the Mr. and Mrs. Carl Roberts accompanied Martha spent Sunday with
weekend in Lake City with her the Union County high Mr. and Mrs..)Earl Edenfield In
brother-in-law and sister Mr. and school band to Daytona Beach Jacksonville. They were Joinedby

Mrs. J, L. Hair, and daughter and'St. Augustine on Friday and Mr. and ''Mrs. Steve Weldon
Anne., and Jimmy Weldon.
Saturday.Mrs. .
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-- .:.Ui".......". .tLroorp4..M..._.... .'Jnc:1._.... nl1nl'Sln__'w__ I I Lucille h Watts of Cape Cod Mrs. Frances Moyer and daugh-
.... I If was home for the weekend from Mass. was visiting Mr. and Mrs.L. ter, Janie and Mr. and Mrs.

the University or Georgia. A.'Davis on Wednesday of last George Hemmingway of Jacksonville ,
f k XM 1 1J Mrs, W. S., Slade will spend were guests over the, weekend -
ft M.UIllElYUWWI k CMVT-I*! [
i I* k."UElfOMOMIC SOUMO Wednesday to Sunday with her week.Mrs.. Titus Olson is expected of Mr. and Mrs. Orie Wiggins. !
son 'and family, Mr. and Mrs. Will. home "Sunday after three weeks' Mrs. Ben Rowland was in Tallahassee I

Slade, in Baxley, Ga. visit with her mother Mrs. George last week 'visiting Mr.
AND *}.!rs; 1. G. Harris and Children Lilley in Olmsted. El. and Mrs. 'George McDanlel and

spent the'weekend with her mother Mr. and Mrs. John Christiansen friends In Chipley.

ar Mrs. Eric Moore, in Broxton, 'were i hi Plant City over the Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Newsome
Ga.Mr. weekend visiting Mr.r and Mrs. L. visited Mr., and Mrs. ,Morris Williams -
and Mrs. N. A. Blitch of ,, E. Mcseley. and family in Folkston on

Lakeland 'spent"the weekend with Mr. and Mrs.. K. C. Scott of Sunday.
Dr. and Mrs. C. J. Houpt. Ocala were Saturday visitors of Comer Perryman and son Jimmy .

Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Bradley and of Jacksonville spent Thurs
family. They were accompaniedhere day to Sunday with Judge and

1 1 i k '" by Mrs. Ollie Bradley who Mrs. E. K. Perryman.
remained here for a visit with her
family. H. E. Bradley, who 'was Joe Kerrigan,
This Week! transferred Orlando last week ; ,1 I< dal
I Special was also home for the weekend.Mr. 'The Singing Barber, 1d t tEfi / \

and Mrs. Charles Myers Needs Blood Donors ,
q and children of Jacksonville were II I
MORTAR MIX visiting Mr. and Mrs. Junius Joe Kerrigan the singing Scots

Smith on Sunday. barber is in the Bradford County j'I
M.O-M Mr. and Mrs: Bill Dansby of Hospital He isn't singing much )

( presents |1.35D sack Jacksonville were visiting Mr. and right now although after a blood r, .iI
RAY-MILLAND ni Mrs. R. O. Dansby on Saturday. transfusion he picks up. Joe is 'a i 6 \

The SAFECACKERIw Mr. and Mrs. Ed Carswell returned pretty irrepressible person even &&i )
'aI ., to Atlanta with her sister during World War 2 when he was i" ;
BARRYJONES stvrinp HARDWAREREDUCED Mrs. Erline Bussey on Monday. in the U.'S. merchant Marine and <

They were -aCc D pan1ed by Mrs. was bombed on the Murmanskrun w.1..
Anna James, RN, of Keystone he saw the funny side of
20% Heights who is caring for Mrs. having to dive after his false

,Plus "Dr. Bluebird" Cartoon carsVJell.who is Quite ill. teeth. He's proud of the fact that .. ,
James Wilson of Biloxi Miss.1 J he got them, too. I
vIsitthg 'Mr.: and Mrs. Ralph They say that Joe is going to 5. .x ;.1i
SUN., :MON., TUES. Brown at'the home of Mrs. Janie need several pints of blood and Y
.April 13, 14, 15 Avery CarsweH. that good old Florida Cracker

Mr. and Mrs. Robert:Barksdale blood won't effect his accent 'one
1 ; and children, Mr. and Mrs. C. G. bit,'so if you have zany to spare it u1 this
imwBACMI 'Barksdale and .Mrs. Lulu ,Mott should help 'to get Joe back at 65,000 pounds c n't harm

were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. his siriging and hair-cutting..
and Mrs. J. W. Home in Hampton -
ROBERT ,. ,. .
'STACK xtt a Mr.- and Mrs. 1. E. Forth of D- '

40 Charleston. W. Va. are spending Aij BEAU YREST

this 'week with their daughter *T :

:w.NaseooE. Mrs. Charles Bias and family .
CCMItI t,DOl au.pllRtE3 Mrs. Bias underwent surgery in

-It BRACKETT the Bradford County Hospital on Fri., Sat. April 11, 12
-- Tuesday. = DOUBLE FEATURE '=
Mrs. J. R. Wainwrighf and Red SundownRory S Though mashed unHer the wheels of the new 65,000-lb.

daughter Betty Lou and Mrs. Mack heaviest truck earth not of the 837
"Fichus" on one individually
Plus Cartoon Jerome Johns attended the wed- Calhoun, Martha flyer
ding of, Miss Joann Fugate in AND pocketed coils was broken! An impressive demonstration .

WED. THURS., FRI. Don't forget the tnick-lnact Alachua, on Saturday. proving that Beautyrest can really take it! :. ,
April 16 JII ,h,1f right ertl": Mr. and Mrs. L; F. Smith, Jr MummyBud .
and children of DeFuniak Springs Abbott, Lou Costello Guaranteed for 10 years, this famous Simmons mattress ; ...i- .. : :'-.' it.TA ''''fIt

2 USE spent the weekend with Mr. and Plus Serial Chap. No. 5 and Color actually: 'lasts f r..1S, 20 years and longer! And, most !important NORMALFIRMtyMt
Mrs; H. G. Davis, Jr. in Gainesville Cartoon ,
it stays superbly comfortable too! Are enjoying
you -
and with Mrs. Lucfle Davis.
Beautyrest luxury sleep "'-- -
Mr. and Mrs. Tyler Jones and
I MODERNIZATIONPLAN. family were Sunday dinner guests April 13, 14, 15
of. Mr. and Mrs. Roy: Wingate in DOUBLE.FEATURE I
Jacksonville.Miss .
Babs Lance will return to Tap Roots IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT"tree

Easy Financing tier 'school of nursing at 'Charity Van Heflin, .Susan Hayward .

Hospital in New Orleans; La. next PLUS HIT NO., 2 I $ I
NO..DOWN Tuesday after a month's leave of ,.
r absence.T. Deer. layers
.F.H.A. Title 1 Loans at H. SIaile.left Wednesday for CARTOON .
I Deniark
J mmm Galloway Gardens, LaGrange, Furniture

,fi.11-6-M fc draiS' r MIl MtTtOCOUt 5% Interestj&j Ga.discussion. where he.with will the take American part ina wed.. :, Thiirs.. ApHL16,17 o. I II

Plus ''Casanova'Cat"-Cartoon Assembly,'on the subject of "The

United States in the Far East.. Spring 'ReUhioD'Betty

He is one bf the 75 men in the Button, ,Dana Andrews De/ivery OF STARKE Free Delivery

Coming, Soon _. Southeastern District to be invit- And I
BUILDING SUPPLIES ed to attend this conference.Jack .
"THE TEN aDd .IstanbulStarring ''', .
QUALITY & SERVICE Clardy of JApopka '434 446 WEST *.
COMMANDM.... >tt..l T"- 4 Vonceil Clardy of Zephyrhills were .ErreMTynn 1 PHONE 151 .
301 E. CALL ST STARKE, FLA. weekend-guests of their sister Mrs. Plus Color 'jCartoon I . I
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Rabb Elected Firemen Find Track : v

Stages Fire Fighting SquadUndefeated Sponsor Supper Is Buried HerePaul

Post CommanderAt I Fatal To Session I Meeting April 14 K. Powell 60, a native of

Daring EscapeContinued Starke. died last Friday at lila
Legion MeetHarry HIT all The Band Parents Association
of things interrupted hone in Jacksonville. He was a
the regular meeting of the t will have a covered dish supperat
member of the Methodist Church

( from Page-: 1) H. Rabb Jr., local in- Starke volunteers last Thurs- With( Four %WinsBradford the Starke Elementary cale- and the Brotherhood of Railway'Trainmen.

surance man was elected commander day night. tonum at 6:30: p.m. on Monday .

await Grand Jury action at the I of American Legion Post A telephone call first took April 14, according; to an an-
Besides his widow, he is survived -
epring term of Circu t Court here
56 at the annual election of officers the fire-eaters to the Johnson High's Track nouncement by the president, Mrs.:
May 12 in connection with the I squad by a sister Mrs. Ruby P _
held in the Legion home home at 415 E. Adkins about remained: ''undefeated following Junius :Smith.: She urges all who Kimbrough. of Jacksonville.
death of Manning whose body was 8:30.: No damage resulted froma are interested to come. There will
Tuesday night. their fourth straight win of the Funeral services were held in
found on a dead-end road near I Other officers elected at this threatening flooded oil heater. season at Palatka Tuesday after- be no charge and tne Hand will Hardage and Sons chapel. with

Lawtey last January 9. Manning's Seeber Goodman. 1st put on a program for the occa-
I tune were: noon.A ccmmittal services in Crosby Lake
neck was encircled by aj I vice commander; H. A. BishopJr. A half-hour later the ever new school record was set : ...J4'r ; sion. S Cemetery. conducted by Rev. W

silk stocking which is presumed ., 2nd vice commander; Ken- alert department rushed to the when Freddie Stephens hurled the : jjAwr ; #___ Purpose of the meeting is to discuss S. McAliley.

to have been used to strangle him.I neth Grid r. finance officer; S. E. scene of a spectacular grassfire discus'132 feet 3 inches. the purchase of new uniforms

Altman was arrested m Tampa Sparks chaplain; Dolph Reddish. on Edwards Road near the -Charles Osborne emerged a or to add to those in use. It has
BUS Track from left to
Sprnters, right: Marty Crosby! Woody
soon after the murder. He denied historian Charles Schaeffer and city sewage plant. No damage stated that
I : triple winner for the second meetin been some now being W.C.T.U.
the but said Altman Strickland! Glen Harrell, Ranald: Crawford, Marion Cottle Donald _
killing police
: Jimmy Sullivan sergeants-al was reported. a row by taking the 100 in 11.3' used are seven year old.

had been seen with Manning a I arms; A. J. Thomas Jr., executive Meeting dismissed. seconds, the 440 in 58 seconds and Teuton and Charles Osborne. THE NATION THAT SOWSGRAFT

Jacksonville rooming house operator committeeman; A. L. Crosby, Jr.. the 220 in 23.6 seconds. GREED: AND 1.\\,.

on the night ol the murder. post service officer.Appointment Rabies Clinic Freddie Stephens, a double winner ; 1 I.ESSNESS1LL REIDIS-

Altman'a escape prompted Sheriff :: of Joe Gray as besides his record set in the WANTED Clean Cotton Bags,

Reddish to place an order for post adjutant was announced I' discus throw, placed the shot-put / No Pants. No Shirts, Must Be LASES, DISASTER: AND
for Animals "
locks to be installed on all Jail Wednesday by Rabb. out 42 feet, 2 inches; Clean. Bradford County Tele DEATH.

screens. He said that any prisoner The new officers will be installed Bob Taccia, also a double win- : : (TilE NATIONAL VOICE.)

wno managed to saw out pt acell I in May.FoIlcwmnn. Will Begin; SoonThe ner took the 120 high hurdles in : : ; :: -

<<: in the future could also :saw the election p _nn of n officers _- _17.5_._ seconds_ and_ the 180 low hurdles graph.jejI

through the locks on the win- a panel discussion was held annual animal rabies clinic in 23.4 seconds.D. I Rent It Trade It

dow, but they wculd provide an on the forthcoming school bond will begin on Saturday, April 19. Ritch Green placed first by ,

additional delay of a half houror issue with questions from the County Sanitarian Jack Trawick running the mile in 5: 24.8 min -

'so. which might aid in the audience answered by H. P. Morgan reminds the people that although utes. Henry Hall was winner of %WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED

detection of an escape attempt.In superintendent of schools, T. only one positive animal brain the 880 with the time of 2:15.2: (t S 4 ,S _

the new Jail's seven year C. Hazen. .H. A. Bishop Jr., A. J. was examined last year, there minutes. -

history, only one other prisoner Thomas Jr.. and Seeber D. Good were 46 animals held for obser- The pole vault was taken by j ; 24 WORDS OR LESS, OB* I.. rtln Ml.1u! .. dirge) __ ___ .fa

has escaped and he slipped out vaticn. This program of vaccinations Jimmy Hobbs at 10 feet, 6 inches. EACH ADDITIONAL WORD OVER 20 __ ______ 4e Per W.d
when overlooked by a new jailer Green local attorney and is the thing that will help The mile relay was won by 5o.% DISCOrWT ON REPEAT INSERTION: : SAME AD

while several men were being automobile dealer spoke in opposition !prevent rabies from getting started Coach Hurst's boys in 4:08: minutes S'5 25e ADDITIONAL'FOR BLIND ADS OR ADS SOT PAID I*! ADVANCE.

transferred to another celL to the bond issue saying in local animals. to give Bradford a final

that business property could not Schedule of Clinics: score of 76 against ,Palatka's 47. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY ____ ,..:1 Per lack Vlttt laiertUa

Umpire's Error stand the additional tax levy that Starke, City Light Plant, '9 a. Second place in the 120 high 1.00 PER INCH FOR "*MB AD RKPBVTKD O'B OR MOBB T1MK.S

would be required. m. to 12 noon. April 19. hurdles went to James Thomas, CARDS OF THANK (C* T. M W.r." _-.._ --- tJ.M

May Net ReplayOf Bill Costello had. charge.of the Kingsley Lake. Strickland'sStore the 440 and the broad jump to Bradford's Shot-Put Squad from left to right: Billy Hekabeck, OVER 60 WORDS_------------------ 4 Ce.ta Per W.ri

Palatka Game program. 1 p. m. to 2 p. m., April 19. Charles Noegel the 180 low hurdles Larry Elder Cecil. Leach, Don \Videgren, Randy Wilcox and Bert MEMORIALS AND RESOLUTIONS --... 4 Ceiti Per W.r4

Lawtey, City Hall. 9 to 11 am., to James Thomas, the high McGee.

(Continued from Page 1)) School Board April 26. jump and discus throw to Bert FOR SALE

1 to 3 McGee. Genuine India Formosa
the Starke team since Hampton City Hall. p. 0:23.4: seconds.A events won included the 880 relay .4 bed ,
a checkon Coming Members Discuss m. April 26. greatly improved Bert McGeeis. at 1:43.4 and the med Reon. Blooming Azaleas
the rules proved him wrong. Herl in the mile. Julius Kowatchin : sprint Kltehei and Dlalac _

The Bradford High boys took The vaccine will be administered the pole vault and Mike Gold- .' according to track Coach ley relay in 2.20.2. 80 CWT Pe..ar.Ia Bakal S..le4.Co.IoI..tI. Plants lOe to 92.06
by a local veterinarian and the Hurst turning out to be'a valuable Freddie Stephens and Charles
Bond Issue Vote
Crescent City 10-8 in
a the'shotput..
game wire in
.. Wacaa far ... .. two Greatly reduced pricesOn
charge is $1.50.
played in Starke last Tuesday.W. The Bradford, team' travels to asset as a weight man as Osborne ,serve as co-captains of hortei.Shallow.

H. Johns started pitching Dr. A. Y Covlngton.. health officer -, Lake City for an, invitational! well as a high jumper in which the squad which is predominatelyninth Lots of 25 to ,100
Members of the School
but Curtis McGee, credited with their Boardat urges all dog owners to take meet April 12, ,and comes home event he went over at the 5 foot. and tenth graders with only "" coBdltlea.Well Electric hap, f effect Azaleas since 1890
the win took over In the third advantage of this service. April 15. for a tri-angular with 4 inch mark. Then he pushed the six seniors.D. Belvedere
morning discussed the need of Azalea S
and gave up no hits. no runs and Gainesville and Green Cove shot put 41 feet and got the discus Ritch Green placed secondin L. A. WYNN

only one man walked. making personal visits to free- When Can PublicIntoxication Springs. to a distance of 115 feet. 2 inches. the mile with George Herl, Hampton Fla. Garden & NurseryPAULINE
in their areas to acquaint ftp 1/10
Tom after
Ninth grader Smith
Crescent City got 8 runs on 2 third. Second place in the 440 EARLE COLLINSP.
them with the facts in the com
hits Charles Os placing second in the 120 high went to Donald Teston who placed NATIONAL CONCERN
committing 2 errors. Starke ing bond election. Bert McGee and O. Box 168 Earteton Fla.
.made,10 runs off of 9 hits with 6 They said many people believe Be Called Private: ? borne emerged"triple winners hurdles,. went on to win the 180 third in the 220. Jimmy Hobbs Gainesville Fla.
errors. from the track meet April 3 with low hurdles in 0:22.7: seconds, was second with the pole vault run ut.M-Turee bedroom unfurnished
the bond issue will increase their
Spring was breaking out al I turning in a sparkling performance. and third with the discus. $150 $250 PER WEEKOne house. 231 South street
Bradford's Santa Fe. West. Nice quiet neighborhood.Phone .
next game will 1 be taxes enormously. E. A. Sapp told .
April 11 at Green Cove. Springs. of people calling him and stating over last week. Five people had I The home meet brought Brad- :Marion Cottle took three third of the Largest and SoaadeitFlBaaelal m-J. Up
more of some intoxicating bever. ford High its third victory In a Other events taken by Brad- places including the 180 low hurdle aid fastest Kronliff e.pa.I. *-*- FOH
This will be the first conference that they feared the heavy tax in- .. of It. kind, "i1t It .ttlrtm cat.throughoat SALE!-Fenta process treated
game. The next home game will crease. He explained to them that age than they could ,handle and I row as they won 73 and a half to ford, boys Included the 120 high the pole vault and a tie with the state, will trala a.rcr..h Green fence po&: .Bakken U. 4 miles Post North Co. on 101,'

be April 18 with P. K. Yonge. there would be no tax on those landed in Mayor's court Monday, 40 and.a half. losing in only three' hurdles with Bob Taccia in 0:17.0: Santa Fe on the high jump. John of. good character mea or sad 91'0.laCe...pitT pat for::5 I Ueu

who have no assessment above I afternoon. Mrs. Coye Suzie: events: two of which Bradford the 880 taken by Henry Hall in Miller was third in the 880 and Sale PoalttoB. S.eMANAGER FOH ment. KENT Private: -Two bedroom apart

Mrs. Hemmingway their $5.000 homestead exemptionand Smith was, charged with public: offered no competition. 2:14.8: and Julius Kowatch's 9 Larry Elder placed third with the Newly decorated.entrance Unfurnished.big yard.Apply

that would be 50 cents for I intoxication when she was found I Osborne took the 100 in 0:10.8: ; foot, 6 inch pole vault. Group shot put. 304 8. Water St. lIp
220 in 202 W. University Ave.. Room 309 .
Buried the 440 in 0:55.2 and
MondayAt -- -- -
those having $100 net taxable I by a local resident curled up Galae.vllle Fla.ztcbg WE HAVE a new loan program for

Island GroveMrs. property, an i increase of five mills.I snugly on his kitchen floor. She Joint Services Presbyterian Men l/iv for farmers.the entire Loans of credit 1 to 5 years
BHS DebatersWin require
Thornton Johns pointed out agreed that she was drunk but ments of the farmer and his fam

Emma Mills Hemmingway. need of classrooms and the Increasing pleaded not guilty to the public For Mrs. Weaver To Hear Rev. BattRev. ily. Gainesville production Credit

81. died Saturday afternoon at pupil load saying that part maintaining, that' it was a New .Honors And DaughterJoint Ice For Sale OalnesvHle Association,, Fla.(20 North Main.tfchl'
Alan Batt, native of Aus- -
her home in Starke. She was born without the bond issue there will private resid&JTce although one

June 5, 1876 Lacoochee. be no place,to put the pupils. where she had not previously been At Houston Meet funeral services for Mrs. tralia and supply rector of st.Anne's Starting This Weekend AU RADIOS Make -REPAIRED AU ... 2.
Episcopal Church, Keystone -
Because of the added use of .....-... Chsrge
Besides her husband. Rev. L. acquainted. She was found guilty usra.te.4
.. Beatrice Underhill Weaver. 39.
Heights and the Episcopal SHEPHERD'S
Hemmingway. she is survivedby fuel during the cold months of and fined ?27 or'five days. TV
The BHS Debate teams came and her daughter Diana'Sue, 9, Church at Interlachen will :be LIVE BAIT I ISMITHS Immmm Greta, Owarr
this last winter the fuel budgetwas .
::l W.
two daughters. Mrs. T. C. Call 8t. Pk..e :sa
Calvin Whitfield. J. W. Starlingand home with honors from the South- both of Route 2. Starke were held guest speaker at the April meet- gtarke. Fla.
amended taking from
Wells. Jacksonville; Mrs. C. W. money Gene dwards! each forfeited In In Union Primitive Baptist Church _
the bus fund. I ern Speech ing of the Men of the First Pres-
Cause. St. ,Petersburg; six 'sons purchase bond of $27 by non-appearance on near Starke, Saturday afternoonat 3% PAID ON SAVINGS KEYSTONE -
the Rice. Hotel at Houston, Texason byterian Church. His topic will 1 SHELL
The board voted to hire J. L. STATE
W. c. J. W. E. L., Raymond L., BANK KBT
the of public intoxication. 2 o'clock. Rev. B. E. Rawls and "
Temple to replace W. O. Collinsas charge March 28: 29 and :30.: be "The Church in Australia. STONE HEIGHTS, FUU MEM.
and L. C.' Whitman all of Jacksonville STATIONLawtey
Frances Bailey colored, pleadednot Rev. Herman Moody officiated.Mrs HER FDIC
; and D. L, Whitman Los driver of the school bus from Mark Moore received a ratingof
guilty to the same ,charg: but : Weaver and her daughter HELP WANTED Fla. FOR SALE-25 with
Angeles. Calif. Brooker. Temple is the driver superior, for, his after dinner acres S houses,
was found guilty and fine !dj27 or drowned when the automobile in 1 deep wells, barn and other buildings .
Funeral services were held education teacher and will be in speech on the subject. "A FloridaCracker's which': went off MALE and FEMALE 2 ml. s. W. of Lawtey. 13.000
five days. they were riding,
town all day. saving the extra View. of Texas." Mark cash or 1-2 down and terms. Contact
Monday at 11 a. m. in the Airpark forfeited a bridge and overturned in Charlotte Age 1 17 to 35 TEACHERSInterested Mrs. G. F. Thompson Silver Springs!
trip back to Brooker. Frank Negro, school student
Baptist Church in Starke with was the only high In full or part time summer Fla. Up 4.10
bond of $52 each on two charges, : to receive ,such a rating In this Harbor near Punta Gorda ELECTRONIC FIELD work with definite Income-call
Rev. Lacy Conway officiating. In- : April ,1" Another occupant of the Mr. Branham, collect JacksonvilleFIandrs
CARD OF THANKS hit and and driver's license.
run no
terment will follow in Antioch category. This is the second year, car,- Jack Lynn of Waldo was S In This Area 9-6:31. Friday, April llth Announcing .
He did not in court and it
appear that Starke has won a superior I evening only.
Cemetery at Island Grove, with With deepest gratitude we extend Iso drowned in the accident. I Itcbg
The of
was reported that he was in county after dinner speaking. 1 Per Week
DeWitt C. Jones in charge of ar this wcrd of thanks for the rating- Wages $100
Mrs. Weaver was born June 8, .
Sundar School building -
jail on another charge. students from BHS with I 'OI 8ALK-
rangements. many kind acts of sympathy by Four 918, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Or BetterWE frame 23 by 60 feet. Must be Frankie & Johnny'sPlace
Active pallbearers' These kind- An accident case resulted In Mrs..Overturf and C. i... Overturf;, moved ;30 days after opening of
were Johnny thoughtful friends.
: Oliver Underhill of Heilbronn
Level Baptist -
the will train personnel from this bids on April 21. PIne
Herbert J. Goodwin Jr. being their instructor, attended
Barden Wallace Thlgpen Sr.. E. nesses have meant much to us. Springs. Besides her parents she Church: reserves the right to
found not guilty of causing an tournament. Mark Moore and immediate area for jobs available reject bids under the minimum.
L. Griffin, Nat Williams Charley Bill Soto Mrs. Eleanor Soto Perry is survived by her husband. Or- Level Uaptlst U. S. 301 South
bids to Fine -
here Those accepted will be Mall
Johns, and James Sauls. and Mrs. Mary Alice Soto Slade,. accident and_ George W. Bishop Mike Goldwire made up Team 1: 00' A: Weaver; one son Gene soon. Church. Koute 10U. \*. t;. Hall pas-
of and Patricia Pel- trained under the supervision and Ztchsr tllII Phil's Place
Srd, guUty improper passing. and Judy Kelly : Weaver; a sister, Mrs.; Eva Free- tor. Formerly
Riahnn in.. nlltu f.tnum.. RfllrtPTlt-, ism. Toam....'.. f.. Tho. .. teamS.. .mHrtP.. Ul I rllid"n"' It'- nnr- .n..lnMl" Von
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man; and five brothers. Rodman ; FOR SALE-1946 Willys Jeep Serving the Same Delicious
lid ; but of excellent with will train and work on practical wheel drive. Very good mechanical -
not appear was represented average rating Colley. O. J. and Richard
Vasco ,
Grand '
Announcing. 'OpeningW. ot Steaks < Before.
equipment in this locality. This condition. Uoo9 paint. L'est a*
in court by attorney Lex the last report not issued. They .
Underbill, all of Starke. fer. Phone Keystone Heights 26VZ.Ztcbg
will be arranged so that it will not Come Out To See Us.
Green. Damages to the truck competed! in four categories: oral 4/m
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home I
interfere with present em-
driven Goodwin were minor
by Interpolation, after-dinner speakIng was in charge of arrangements. ployment. FOR SALE-Earth: Worms. End! of NKED: : TIRES!
and were coverea by insurance. oratory, and impromptu Orange St. Itp Get them now. pay a*. you rid*.

Bishop was assessed court costs epeaking. Miami Jackson and 3 Years' Guaranteed Foil SALt-Three: bedroom houseto Auk for our ty budget term.
AUCTION MARKET J.[ T. Fillyaw TACT Conway Kales end Service.Union .
of 110.50 and put on probation.In Fort Lauderdale schools were be moved. Between /Starke and Pus Station. Starke. Flft.tfehv.
Placement Service Lawtey on 301. Call 63U-J: or ..larvina ,
a hit and run case Charles there but Fort.: Lauderdale was Asks Explanation /Sea'oodStore./ Itp

MONDAY, APRIL 14 G., Carter of Jacksonville was out of the competition because Upon Certification FOR SALE-14 In z 15 ft. steelcuiver
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measles pipe. ti.-i ii.In AIMV: PUIIO.
found guilty and fined $52. He they were quarantined by Write Electronics giving name corner Christian and l'z-iiit In
I lots for ale S lith Gate
Located One Block Off U. S. 90 Jones Road Sts. t;. Mundortf,
Apply Mrs. K.
coat of
on also to S40.Y2 Thirty-six high
agreed pay after arriving. ':;ubdllllon. Low down payment.
c J. T. Fillyaw of Lake Butler has address, occupation, phone, workj j phone 218. Itchg
Jacksonville, Fla. repairs to Phillip W. Gaubatz, schools and junior colleges com requested The Telegraph to run ing hours; and age. If no phone JACKSOX.Low monthly Phone payments 1(5. e/o: Central BILLY

owner of the damaged car. peted. i a fuller explanation of a state give name or Road plus full direc WONDERFUL Truck Linn tfcnr

Bring all the Cattle and Hogs you wish to Sale. We Norman Taylor forfeited $12 Expenses of the trip were financed ment made in last week's issue in tions. Address your answer to OPPORTUNITY!

bond for not appearing on a by the students selling ads. which it was stated that a brotherof Electronics, Box 823-E Starke, ONE BEDROOM furnished apart-
_ are promised Packers and Dealers to assure you top -FOR SALE monte for rent. Phone 163. W. T,
prices. This is your market, so come early and look charge of running a red light to local merchants and toy two City Policeman Carl Fillyaw I Fla. Jaokson. tfchv

one-act plays put on at the schOOL had been 'called "a pimp" by EXCELLENT YEAR 'ROUND
around. We will have music for your entertainment. FOR REN'T-Reduced: prices. 3 room
Tar Pot Spills While on the trip, which lasted a City Councilman' Billy Noegel for BUSINESS nicely furnished apartments. Ade.

week, the students did some sight his part as a witness in a,recent 9 Complete Housekeeping quate heaters. For elderly couple
SALE TIME\ 1:00 P.M. PHONE EV 7-3276 Causing Big Smoke Units Kitchens Comfortable or gentleman. Bessent Road. Bolt
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seeing in New Orleans as well as liquor' case. 440_ K Stark. tfcha_

But Little Damage in Houston. J. T. Fillyaw said there were Beds!-Hot Water Shower TWO HKDKOOM partly furnished

Professor Phil Constance, head several Fillyaw brothers and he Baths newly decorated upstairs apartmentfor
&&&&&&i&&JTHE To contact Mrs. l'aul
The Fire Department answered ROOM FOR EXPANSIONIN rent. see
city would like the statement clarified.He .
of the speech department at the Raymond. 241 8. Wafer 81: after
two calls last Monday, University of Honda,'said that he said that Roy Fillyaw was the THISFISHERMAN'S & p.m. Ucbg

WINNER both within the city limits. anTI with one referred to as a witness in PARADISESix
was proud happy
I About 9:15, they rushed to the very the liquor case. S Lets With 12 Ft. FrontOn FOR BEST
the accomplishments of this
100 block of South Orange where groupof Your house .Water And Highway City. Farm ."< Lake FrM 'H..*.,
Starke students. Star ..< Office I wait t.
the city street creWs.tar pot- had Pliney, B. Crews fifmnter! ._ real Ut UI.FLORIDA.
mnv. _, _rift_ ..__m__ an r.
overturned and boiled over caus-
ing,clouds of black smoke. Citizens Council Buried- FridayIn by;; the dangers of -SMALL- DOWN PAYMENT REALTY CO.
: Little damage resulted as tne Brooker Plans Sapp Cemetery TERMS. S
UNDER- Write Box 813 Cedar Key tit S. Walnvt St. TeL K3Starkt.
was squelched FlarUaWK

could spread. Free Fish SupperRoy Pliney Butler Crews. 62. a native INSURANCE! ha.Phone 2451C14RTIAI'iTHt51U :

Monday afternoon the volunteers cf Bradford County and S SALE-17" Used TV. only
V. Harris, state presiden resident of Fort Myers died According to experts as FLAM'S SOc I HS.98. Shepherd's Radio & TV.
extinguished a house-trailer and a charter member of the 1 many as 7 out of 10 house- per doz. 4 to S Inches. Peterson ItcALL *
April in Durham, N. C. He wasa
fire on South Walnut caused by States Rights Council of Georgia holders are in this ghastly & Son Dairy. S. Colley ltd. !$tarke.ha. TYWSS LAWN MOWfcHS sharoenl'd -
former commissioner of Lee .
: a tire rubbing against the under- Inc. will be the principal speakerat predicament.Their present Itp also rotary blade Phone
County and a retired cattleman. 414-W. Calvin Johns. Itch*
side of the overloaded trailer. a meeting of the Citizens Council insurance isn't enough to FOR SALE-I choice cat and deer

: Nominal damage was reported.CORRECTION of Brooker. Friday night, April Surviving are two daughters, cover the full value of hound II?:. Starke dogs. ,U.Kla.C Jones, 1'. U. box UpH.t.'LP AT THt' FARM he per caL; 4Vc

11. at 7 p: m. The meeting will Mrs. Virginia Roberts. St. their property if it were per County"4 gaL ZSc per Delivered$t.; at in, Kradford Klngsiey

,- I ,: : be held at' the community center Petersburg, Mrs. Amy Myer, Fort destroyed by fire or other Experienced: WANTED Waitress! -female must white.nave Lake 27e per Qt. Peterson. Son'

,,",_."", .1' and will be preceded by a free Myers; one son. P. B. Crews Jr. disaster. Make sure you transportation. Trail Kestaurant.Lawtey. Dairy Fla. In"'arm.City S.LJmits.Coller Head, !tarke.
tip a/I
'' :, In an article last week it was fish supper to which the public .is Naples:. two, brothers, Pierce have all the protection you Florida lIp .....

: Left to right William Silcox, Kt. 1, Box 284. Starke, Fla, win- stated that a' truck containing invited. Crews;> Ralford. and J. E. Crew S need. Call us for a property loft KENT-Kurnirhed, brand new FOR SALE 18 FOOT

: ner of boat, motor and trailer given away March 29th fet Imperial moonshine whiskey was found Mr. Harris is a former State Miami; three sisters, Mrs. Nora insurance check-up. house beautifully in good decorated neighborhood.3 bedroom All ALL FIBERGLASS

: Service Station, 1575 N. Temple Ave.. Starke, Fla.; parked on the road'near the"Bud" Representative and State senator Sapp, 'Brooxer; Mrs. E. ,A. Sapp. electric kitchen, tile bath. Adults GARFOAM RUNABOUT
Slade This only. Apply Airs. t; p. Kenner.
house. was a
75 HP Universal Inboard
Brenda D. Brown drew the winning ticket; Mr. Gordon Wager. mistake in information and also served as Speaker pf New River: and Mrs. W. H. Richardson McMahon St., Phone IBJ-w trchgFOR motor.
given to of Custom built trailer. All in .
the Georgia House Representa ex.cellent

station manarer.IM'PERIAL. The Telegraph by officers. Items lives. He is editor of The Augusta ., Jacksonville. H. C. %Wall AgencyPhone I nished KENT house Two, water foar and room garden.unfur- shape. W J. Slpprelle, 62SSRandia :
se that Yemen Slade of services
: Courier a weekly newspaper. Funeral were held in Petersons Dairy, S. Colley Kd. Itp Dr., Jacksonville. Phone

SERVICE Hampton' is sometimes called"Bud" Another speaker at the Brooke r the Sapp Cemetery at New River : 146 LAWN MOWEKS: KEFA1KED: and EV 44824.SEMIKKT1KEU.
Slade. and the tru k was
meeting 'I'm'be George A. Downsof last Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock. serviced. AU types ol welding. All
not his home. When the : ::
STATIONStarke. parked near The work guaranteed grass couple wants small
officers said it was parked near Orlando, of the Association.'of DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home 200 E. Call Street gets thick and your mower won't place to rent or share PUce tor
1575 N. Temple Ave. Fla.vvvvvvvvyYYYYYYyVVyVYYYYYvvvyvvyvYvvvvvvvVvvvvyv. crank don't CUll" but see us. Stal- 'hr'k"na.or what MV"1.. Sirs. j,
the home of W. M. Slade. Citizens Councils of Florida. was: In charse.: of arrangements. Starke. Fla. askers welding and ttepair bnop. 1M.I Xewbern,useeoia Camp tMi, lieu
up I JTU. '
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SECTION TWO : >. Bradford' ( County- TelegrapKSTARKE .. .-.- .. -- .,- -- ,P f ; ." r <".:- "


Y Y Y Y YY YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYVYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYT' The Harriett Kelly Class' held I held at the home of Mrs 1.. p f r r II I ,
their annual banquet on Tuesday LaMee on April 17. Home FfMTTTTTMMfTyTfTTTTTT spent the weekend in Waldo visiting -

' KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS evening, April 1, at the Church. 'Proceeds for the building pro- DemonstrationNotes relatives.
The class president, Mrs. Martha GRAHAM Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Ratliff hadas

Snellen, was mistress of cere- !ject.Easter music at St. Williams s their Easter guests their two

.aaaaaaaaaaa..a.__________Bjr_ Bin.___ J..Russell. . .Young. . . monies, and welcomed the mem- I was enhanced when Mrs. Albert .4 b7DOROTHY Mra. J.hn McKinneyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAI sons, Mr. and Mrs. Colen Ratliff
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bers and guests. Mrs. C. T.'Parker Bachmann played the Wurlitzer I son,
Rotary District ConferenceThe caught 10 bass in Santa Fe using was in'charge of the program organ placed in the church especially ROSS Mrs, Walter Ratliff of Starke.

Assembly for District 694 artificial lure black eel. Mr. which included games, contests, for this service by a music Home Demonstration Agent Those who visited Mr. and Mrs.
Rotary Clubs will begin with a Brock of Jacksonville caught his and readings by Mrs. A. A, Bam- house in Gainesville. Sprint Beauty flowers. Let stand John McKinney over the weekend THE RIGHT POINT for the

Town Hall meeting-dinner on limit of bass in Lake Geneva us- ford Mrs 4 John Camp; and' a vocal Luncheon Hostess Have you been enjoying the I water for 5 minutes.in Drain iced, rinse salt were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Martin way you write.favorite Come ESTERBROOK in and select -

Saturday April 11, at 7 p. m. at ing a fly rod and pepping bugs. duet by Mrs. Fred Ellis and The Easter theme was carriedout beautiful array of blossoms lately? and shake in towel to dry. Slice and children of Tampa Mr. and your
the Ponce de Leon Hotel, St. "The Centennial Sentinel" Mrs. R. A. Mann. Mr. Loudon in the decorations and menu Azaleas, dogwood, bridal wreath flowers lengthwise into thin slices. Mrs. J. D. McKinney of Starke Fountain Pea. TELEGRAPH

Augustine.On I Those hats are surely being spoke to the group on'class build- for the luncheon at the home of and wisteria are blooming in pro- Slice onion and separate into ,Mr. and Mrs. V. L. McKinney and

Sunday, April 12, the sched- snapped up fast better get ing and visitation. Mrs. Al Nelson on Friday. Enjoy- fusion. The past rains seems not rings. Marinate all vegetables 'children of Gainesville Mrs. Lu- LIVE BAIT BOATS
ule, calls for.'attendance at the yours now; We hear there will be Tables were decorated with ing the affair' were Mrs. Nelson's to have dampened their spirits lettuce In French except cinda Thompson of Gainesville,
Church of your preference, a golf real "live" music for the Square center garlands of wisteria' and sister, Mrs. Joe Wright of Wil- one-half hour. Just dressing'for before Mr. and Mrs. Cleene Ward of St. COTIAGESRUTLEDGE'S-

tournament in the afternoon Dance on April 26. The Country azaleas. Thirty members and visit- son,' S. C., Mrs. Maude Watkins, any.Let's.start now to beautify our serving, add lettuce broken into Mary's Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Charles
,sightseeing, trips and other formsof Squires will be at the Keystone ors were present. Mrs. John Perkins, Mrs. Myron yards by cleaning them up and bite-size pieces and Roquefort Ward of Waldo and Mr and Mrs.
entertainment. Sunday even- Beach for the occasion. There The Golden Circle Class met.at Prevatt, Mrs. John Ellis Mrs. planting more, shrubs and so ad- cheese. Toss together in salad Bill Underwood of Hampton Lake. 1 Mi. South of KeystoneOn

ing,the Fellowship Dinner will be I I will also be fireworks. Proceeds the church on Thursday'evening.. Russell Young, Mrs. H. C, Mc- ding to the attractiveness: of our bowl. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wall and Route 100
held at 7:30: p. m. Monday at 9:30 from this event and from the fish Mrs. A. E. Anthony is the teacherof Masters and the hostess. community. The price isn't too Home
Demonstration sons of Salina, Kan. are here H I
the! first Plenary Session, luncheon ; Fry on May 2 will go to the Volunteer this class. Mrs. J. R. Smith, Dinner Party Honors Guest great, is it? Achievement Program ona I

for Rotarians at 12:30: and Fire Dept. here in Key- wife of the pastor, gave a brief Mr%and Mrs. Francis Clark en- At present time there'is a great I The second annual achievement 30 day leave. Wall will go on FOR DEPENDABLE

luncheon for:the Rotary Anus at stone. We hear there is to be a message. Refreshments were served tertained friends at' a buffet din- deal of interest in planting aza- I program will be held oversea duty for one year in May
12:30, featuring 'a fashion show. surprise ending for the baseball by Mrs. J. L.: Price. ner on Saturday evening at their leas. Azaleas are very effective afternoon. Thursday and Mrs. Wall will return to Sa-
April 17 at 2 o'clock in Termite Control
Monday night the Governor's,din- game between the Rotarians and The Fellowship Class met on home on Little Lake Keystone.Enjoying' when planted in groups of a single the Woman's Club building in lina with the children.

ner dance will be held. Tuesdaythe the Firemen on April 18. Friday evening at the church. the occasion were Miss color or colors that are related to Starke. Mrs. L. E. Dugger. chair- Vincent and James McKinney
session closes with adjourn- Blood Bank Drive SlatedAs Rev. J. R. Smith was a guest. The Gertrude Patnquin assistant to each other. They show off better man of the event, cordially invites O Household A Commercial
ment at noon. The sessions will a civic service to all the peo- class teacher is A. E. Anthony. the Director of the Penney Farms when planted in this manner or all interested to TYUSConvalescent 'Feet Control
persons at-
be presided over by the District ple of the Keystone Heights area Refreshments of pie' and coffee Community; Mrs. Fargo Bolliett, used as hedges rather than spot- tent

Governor Henry W Dew of Jack- the Gainesville Bloodmobile will were served to the members. and Mr. and Mrs. William L. Reynolds ted all over the yard. The program will consist of Home"A 0 Grove Spraying
sonville. be here at the Woman's Club guests. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Southerland, Azaleas must be pruned before a
: dress revue in which memberswill Home Away From Home"
Friday's Rotary speaker was Dr. building on April 23, from 8:30a. : I Community Church Mrs. Walter Washabaugh Rev. !August so as not to scarif ice flower model garments GUI FB. 64055
D. L. Scudder, head professor of m. to 12 noon. The annual luncheon 'of' the and :Mrs. J. Russell- Young, and buds. Propagation may be by made; exhibits reviewing they work have ASK YOUR DOCTOR

religion at the .University of Flor- The Blood Bank, which serves Church Women fas held at Park- the Clarks. 'rooting tip cuttings in June and done in the past and ABOUT US Florida Pest Control
year; recognition
\ ida, where' he has served since the Keystone area, is sponsoredby of-the-Palms on. Tuesday, April Variety Show "All Set"A by layering. of ten year members by Your Inspection Invited & Chemical Co.
1948. Dr. Scudder brought' an ap- the Keystone Heights Woman's 1. Seventy-five members and full program is ready for The dogwood tree i.. widely :
propriate. message for the Easter Club and the staff accompanyingthe visitors were'present The business "production" on Friday and Sat I planted as a i lawn specimen. it.i is Miss Home Demonstration Helen Holstein,Agent.District Nurses on Duty 24 Hrs. Daily Zi N. W. 16th Mee.4iabteaville .

season. Bloodmobile will be assistedby meeting and program(were con- urday evenings, April 11 12. The graceful, beautiful when covered Sixteen members to be 227 S. Thompson! Phone 153 'I TrtdaALVAREZ' I
Hook 'N LineRutledge's volunteers from the Club mem- ducted by the President, Mrs. principals putting on this show with white flowers (bracts) and ised for achievement and recogn-active

Fishing Camp reports bership. Sara McDonald .the lounge. are having fun-and* so will you gives an interesting effect when participation in. _Home_ Demon-
that the fishing has been Fifty donors, at least, are need- Mrs. A., E. Rather 'was the when you come to see the Variety the leaves have fallen. Nursery-
stration Work for the ten
extra good, 'particularly last Sat- ed. Many calls have been made speaker foil this: occasion and Show, sponsored by the Estralita grown, grafted ,trees are usually years are: From Lawtey past Club Mrs. STORE Men's Clothing II

urday. Shell Crackersand perch upon this Bank. You may at some brought' a talk on her travels in Club for the Masonic Building more successfully grown. P. L. Dinkins Sr., Mrs. Effie Miner I i Established 1894 i,
.re. biting. The largest bass time be in need of blood, do your the West Indies- among the native Fund. Bridal wreath is very effectivein
H. H. Harley Sr., and Mrs.
weighed in was caught by Julian part now, and it you are qualifiedto people where mission.work is be Who's the stranger seen at the ,shrubbery borders, giving a H. C. Wainwright. From Heil- ,

McRae' of Starke and his party- be a donor, please register at ing conducted. ,by'native leader- rehearsals? Could be 'some big showy mass of white. Pruning bronn and Starke Clubs Mrs. E. .< ;- -

a "lJoqnder.'n1ey'caught nine the following places at once: Dr ship and throughthe' ,Mission New York talent scout? should be done'just after flower- L. Cox, Miss Rosa Moore, Mrs. T.
other large ones, nothing under D. M. Christoffer's office, the Clay Board of her church.'The. Churchof Tom Finley has sold 90 ticketsto
N. Norman, Mrs. Eldon Mrs.
three pounds. Mrs. Gertie McRae Electric Cooperative, Belote's God.: date. Is anybody else selling ing.A special precaution is not to Sapp,
J. R. Kelly and Mrs. Felix Sapp
t&ugM''one :7J5 lb. bass These Drug Store. Gordon Purdy, director of tickets? plant more than you can ade- From Brooker Club Mrs. T. W THIS WEEKSWATCH :
were caught in the St. Johns CHURCH NEWS Park-of-the Palms exhibitedsome Keynotes quately care for.,
Markey Mrs. Lawrence Wiggins,
River. Ed Fallin Pete Alderman Baptist wood carving done by the Mrs., Fargo Bolliett of New York Spring Salad
Mrs. Dave Green, Mrs. Lottie Ed-
Navajo Indians. and gave some interesting City is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Salads offer more opportunitiesthan
/ wards, Mrs. Tim Rogers and Mrs.
facts about recent William Reynolds. Mrs. Bolliett i is other food for the
,Let Your Checkbook be Bookkeeper any Rosa Pinholster.
your changes in the culture'of this the sister of Mrs..,Reynolds. housewife to use her imaginationand

-.- Open A Checking Account -- tribe.' Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Heston have originate combinations. The YYYYYYTTYYYYYYYYTTYYYYY1
McDonald announced that returned to Daytona Beach after .
Mrs. more colorful the vegetable, the
3PER CENT I INTEREST ON SAVINGSat the annual meeting will be heldat a'visit with the Mann IniS. They !more valuable it is in terms of its t
the educational building of the will return to'their' home in Illinois vitamin A content Surveys show LAKE GENEVAby

church May 6, when officersfor next'.week., .
the on that American diets are low .in
the coming year will be elect- Mrs. Ella Andre of .Charlptte, this important vitamin, found in Blanche Cunningham
KEYSTONE STATE BANK ed and a recognition candle-light N. C. former Keystone vegetables.
resident and yellow
; green ,&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&
service will be held for new mem- is visiting her daughter in. Shreveport Keep' salad greens and vege-

Keystone Heights, Fla.Member.F.D.I.C bers and the Incoming officers. La., tables fresh'by storing them in a Don Forsythe, who was injured THIS SPACE FOR WEEKLY SPECIALSSHEET'
!, Open House is being held each Mr;.,'and 'Mrs. W. J. Grolick covered container or' plastic bag in an auto wreck near Thomaston -

A Friendly Bank in a Friendly Community Friday night for young people in entertained a;: group of students in the refrigerator until used; add Ga. last week is now at home

1 ," .. the educational building. from the ,University of Chatta- the appropriate dressing to greens and improving nicely. Thirty
St. Anne's Episcopal, nooga' last' weekend. Miss Mar- Just before serving, or they will stitches were required to close the

The Auxiliary of St. Anne'sEpiscopal garet Hutson, cousin of Mrs Gro- Wilt. Use only enough dressing wounds in his face and head.

.Church, met with ,Mrs. lick, and several friends were en=: with green salads to coat each Miss Danette Hooper, who is
r SSEIMcMAY'REALTOR, ( : : i William Coot on, Lake Brooklyn route to:spend the Spring holidays leaf.These nursing' the Sarasota Memorial ROCK
Senior !on Wednesday April 2. It was an- at the University of Florida.In combinations are possibleat Hospital, spent'March 27 and 28
Society of Residential Appraisers nounced that old-fashioned bonnets [ the group 'were' Miss Hutson, this season:' in Jacksonville 'where she took
for the Centennial Celebra- Martha Wood, Judy' Bush, Pat Head lettuce, grated raw carrot, state exams for Registered Nurse.

LAKE,LOTS -HOMES-HOMESITES-ACREAGE tion will be on sale at the Nearly Humphrey, Mary :Ann Jones, arid green onions, green pepper tomato She is a graduate of St. Vincent's
In'Jacksonville. She also
New Shop Plans were discussed Maude Mann. wedges. Hospital
Auction Cabbage, celery leaves, raw spent a brief time with her aunt, 4' X 8' X 34"SEE
Business OpportunitiesIn for the Sale to be con- Mr. and ,Mrs. J. A. Gaunt were
Mrs. Blanche and
spinach 'chopped unpeeled apple. Cunningham 55
ducted at the Shop at an early visitors in Jacksonville at the
A Growing Community date. home of their son and family. Grated carrots, grated turnips, her uncle. Ray Forsythe and their

St. Williams Catholic Mrs. Oliver onion slices, French dressing. families.
TELEPHONE KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 3071 Johnson and grandchildren Shredded cabbage, carrots, Mrs. Gertrude Link is spending US FOR
Reservations be made for Elaine
may and Roland,
some time in Chicago, 111. with I
turnips, chopped onion, parsley, PER
the dessert bridge party to be spent the Easter weekend In Tam- her sister who ie ill. COMPLETE
ana French ,dressing.' &0>
Vegetable 'Salad Bowl Mr. and Mrs. T..M. Finley and
One-half head small cauliflower daughter, Martha Sue are spend- BUILDING 1 SHEET
I ing their Easter vacation in
.3 one-half,cup shredded carrots,
big reasons why youVon't want to miss. one-fourth cup sweet or Bermuda Cleveland, Tenn. with Mrs. Finley's SERVICE

onion one-fourth cup stuffed son, Leonard Hamm and -

olives sliced, one-half head of family.J. *
lettuce and one-half cup Roque- Weimer of Connellsville, Pa. Paints Roofing
I fort cheese. has been spending the winter Lumber Materials
Remove outer leaves of cauli- here with his old friend E. P. *
-yr sI flower and .separate head into O'Nell. Sunday they left for St. Masonry *
I Petersburg where they will spenda Products Water Pumps

# 1 SPECTACULAR STYLE-Protcd pa.Mr.. and Mrs. Horatio Wales of home.YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY few.days before Weimer returns Hardware Lawn Mowers
by leading fashion designers
Washington, D, C. were weekend
guests of Mr ;and Mrs. Harry
The smartest look on the road! That's Chevrolet Peters, ,

4 in all 17 glamorous models.And proved too. For Mr. and Mrs. John Scott of GRIFFIS LOOPBy

Chevrolet's sculptured elegance and gracefully New Brittain Conn., and John ,
sweeping lines captured lha imagination of .a Scott Jr., a student at Tabor
world-famous designers, inspiring a fabulous '" Military Academy, have returned Miss Cathrine Padgett NO MONEY DOWN

p collection of-women's fashions after a two weeks visit with Mrs. 17 YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY
v 1 Scott's parents Mr and Mrs E. !,
W. Dwyer.Mr Mr. and Mrs.: Don Curtis and

SPECTACULAR' PERFORMANCEProred and Mrs. Clinton West and son of Charleston, S. C. were the. Repair
2 on a round-trip run over the 3 SPECTACULAR VALUE- Y01l1 family were"visitors in Keystonefor weekend guests of, Mrs. Curtis'. ,
i y: i Andes! Chevrolet dealer ready to prove it! a brief time on their way parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Gnffis'

l home from a weekend visit with and family. Add Rooms ... Carport ...
From coast to coast acrosS South America, up He'll show you that Chevy's the only completely Mr. and Mrs.; West's parents, Dr., Mrs Ruth Strickland and chil-
over the Andes from Buenos Aires to Valparaiso new car in its field today's biggest dollar buy and Mrs. Richard James of Jacksonville dren of Ebro, Fla. is visiting Mrs.
and back again in just 41 hours and-14 minutes! Yet price* begin right at the bottom of the ladder. Strickland's sisters 'Mildred, Opal, Bath Room

Chevy went all the way with the hood sealed See.him this month for sure! Eulle Rushton son of Mr. and and Mathel.

shut, without a drop of water or oil added- Mrs.- E. A Rushton. was recently:. Mr. Nolan Colman son of Mr. (INCLUDING SEPTIC TANK AND FIX-
a ,.t experiencing every extreme driving situation J elected Secretary of the Georgia and Mrs. Ned Colman is homeon TURES)
you can think of,for 1,900 straight miles. Chevrolet Chapter'of the Sigma Phi Epsilon a 30-dayleave from the navy.

) proved its sure-footed roadability andS Fraternity at Georgia Tech Rush' Birthday Celebrated Paint .-. New Roof
w boundless V8 energy with the Automobile ft ton entered Georgia Tech after Mr. Gene Griffis was honored

: ' Club of Argentina certifying the results. You'll gel the best buy on the best seller! graduation from Bradford County -' with a surprise birthday dinnerat (LABOR AND MATERIALS
High School' and serving with his home last Sunday. About

uaa g the Armed Forees.Accompanying 65 guests were present to help
... ,
; "
f Al Nelson on his him celebrate ,this occasion.ESI .
: ,.; The 6.1 Air i Impata Sport Coupe with Body by Fisller.fil return from :Wilson S. C.. this
!,I r .. [Very window of every C&evro'ef' is Safety Pioia: G'ost.KM" .: Hunt
week was Joe Wright of Wilson. About twenty-five children en-
) S Mrs. Wright has been visiting her joyed the egg hunt at the church FREE ESTIMATESCALL
sister Mrs. Al Nelson., She and
Sunday evening' although wasa
Mr; Wright will spend several
rainy day. The first prize was
days here before returning' to awarded to ,Linda Jones for the OR WRITE

their home. prize egg next with finding the
Tom Breiland ,of Chicago was most was little Michael Curtis, DAY OR NIGHT
K a recent visitor' at the Wally with Darlene; Baker coming in

Muhlhofers!!' third.. Refreshments were served 45 OR
Mrs. Mark Herzog has left for by the women of the church. 333
her home to jCovfagton, Ind. after -
Edward Green was home on a
a stay:/pf several months here,
weekend leave his
visiting parents
occtlPing-the'W,4 Thomas homeon
-I ,Mr. and Mrs. Willie Green and
; Lake Geneva. ,She was accompanied -
: on' the trip by :Mrs. family. '
; Logsden, also of Indiana. We hear the McCrays and Jones STAKE BUILDERS
.- 'ENTERTAINMENT-The( Dinah Shot Chevy Show-Sondoy-NBC-TV and.the Pot Boone Qff Sho om-weekly on ABC-TV Mrs Francis Clan entertainedwith have been doing' quite a bit of
fishing her lately. The fish must
a tea at her home on Little '
/ See local authorized Chevrolet t dealer Keystone Lake on Sunday afternoon be biting pretty good
your _
:. .'Fourteen guests enjoyed the Ronald Brown Jisited'relativesand SUPPLIES INC.
;'t t, -, :t aftern n. friends' over the weekend
.. '
Mrs. William is BoatdnUn
Few making Baptist Church

SNOW: CHEVROLET : COMPANY rapid Hospital. imprOvement'Jacksonville at ,Riverside Sunday 11 a. m.School Training 10 a. Union m. Preaching 6:30: After 5 P.M. Call Eston Jordan 1- 340WAT

; S.-E. McKay,is still undergoing p. m. Preaching 7:30: p. m. and S.A.L. DEPOT
e tmenfat' the Riverside Hospital Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7:30p. : STARKE, FLA.
210 W. CALLST, PHONE 111' STARKE, FLA. but is reporting some im m. Everyone is welcome to .

provement. come and join in each meeting. =


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HIWAY CHAPEL while they were away. finer, certainly' until August 1. AJuief. Irene Thomas in charge. We are Legion Auxiliary and will serve final activities of the school year.
ASSEMBLY OF GOD _Ml r.j: xd JMrs.children ..RP..1fll'.h oi'sad [ : yyftf . G.TIL Osboroe, Pastor fl. Tainga'yisitcd.wijh 'rO gain, .immediately, after Williams with us, our former Constitutional Conference at on April 21 at the school. The
Sunday School, 10 L.m..1Qm. Mr. and !Mrs. FreemanCrosby lAbOr Day in September. A new superintendent. Many thanks io Lakeland next week. President President. Mrs. Louiza Brown -is
NEWS bog Worship, 11 a. m. Evangelistic Monday of this week.'Mr. class has .been organized and will, the parents and pupils for a very elect Post Auxiliary 314. Starke, asking all patrons to please .at-
LCNURcH Service, ,.745 p.' m. Thursday .,and Mrs; Raymond Reddipg ,be taught by Rev. J. P. Franklin, successful Easter program. On Mrs. 1.. M. Royal will serve as tend. We regret the recent burn-
,weekly prayer service: 'Invita and baby of Wildwood visited :"Moral and'Spiritual Found- Sunday? at ,3 p. In. A. C. E.'League' delegate for the local unit. Starkeis ing' of her little daughter Shirley
tion extended to everyone with Mr. Redding's. parents' Mr, I ations.." This class will meet each Will be'conducted by President very' proud of this family that I and sincerely hope she will be
and Mrs. Russell. ding'over I Wednesday "at, RJE at 7:30: p. m. Fannue'Bell Frazier. An members will certainly do a very fine job able to return to school soon.
mvvvyryT; TTfHEItBR'OfN the weekend.Mrs. [and will last for two hours. Don't and visitcrs are invited to attend.I representing the membership in Dates of the activities will be announced -
Presbyl rian, Church Norma Moody.Dr. ., Ernie Johns honored rjer !delay, enroll today. At i p. m. Missionary meetingwill the unit and division. I in this paper later. Mrs.
Harry F. McGee Is expectedto : husband, Ernie Johns with a loVely Summer Program be held at the home of Sis. Thurston School News !\S. C. Price, principal Mrs. Ruby
. Friday Adult'Choir practice, arrive April 20 from Mexico, birthday dinner Sunday. Those 1 On last week at 'RJE a committee Derby Thomas President Givens Plans are being made for the Mae Albert reporter.
where he has been Missionary ,
7:30 doing occasionwere all members to please -- -
p. attending this happy I headed by General Supervisor is' asking -
Church School for' work, for a series of meetings. By Mrs. Harvey McCarthy Mr. and Mrs. Morris. Johns : l,. H. Gibson, met, to make attend, business of vital import-
all ages, 9:45:' a. jn. Morning Worship He and Mrs. McGee will be remembered &&&&&&&&&&&& .A. and family,Mr. and Mrs. Clifford i plans for the summer 'program. :ance. Sister Thomas lives on Kel- a

"The Suffering of Christ." as. having ministered Johns and Baby,Mrs;Lois Henson The program will open on Mon ler St. near Crosby. Evening
observance of Lord's Supper, 11 here for a week last September Howdy neighbors' I..hope every- and baby ,Mr and Mrs. .Clyde! day June 9 and close on Friday service at 6 p. m. Pastor Sampson
a. m. Youth: Fellowships, '6'1' m. body -had lah fenjoyable' Easter Johns and family-all Jacksonville August 1. A 'very special Library will have charge. Sis. E. J. Givens,
Evening Worship, "The Jerusalem Methodist ChurchChurch May we always 'remember the and( Mr.' and Mrs. E. C. Enrichment'\ 'program and Reading .reporter.
Church and Persecution" true 'meaning of this very special Mosley and family of Lawter.l Clinic; will be conducted by Dr. Calvary Baptist Church

Tuesday 1Ieh' f the Church School 9:45 a. m. day.Our l Happy Birthday, Mr. Ernie' and Jennings and Ozora,Shell. Games Calvary Baptist Church Rev. ,',., '
supper meeting ? p. in. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. MYF community was saddened|[may God bless you with many will be played to improve: reading George Lee, pastor- will hold services : h-j. .h
Thursday\ .... \iPr.cho1r prac Dine-A-Mite for Seniors and Intermediates to learn of the deaths of Mrs.I I more. skills fcr those pupils that may starting with Sunday Schoolat ,.,. n' thf1' ;l$ Jl .- -.-

rice, 3:30: p. m. 6:15 p. m. Senior and Beatrice Underhill Weaver :And "Mrs. Emflene Meyers returnedto be recommended: by their teachersto 10 a. m. Deacon Dommon in ., ,
Intermediate Fellowships 6:45p. her daughter Dianna Sue, who D. C.' Wed sermon will ' '
her home in Washington attend, the .clinic every charge. The morning ,
At The TabernacleChalk 'm. Evening Worship. 7:30.: were killed 'in an.auto Accidentnear Saturday night. She had been nesday for enrichment activitiesIn be delivered by the pastor even- 'T1 f W: p $ iAR
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The nursery win be open .for visiting her mother, Mrs Annie reading. We will not use surgical ing service at 7 p. m. AU of the .. ,.- ....- --- -. '
Talks and Bible Questions the convenience of those wishingto Our home Was also in sadness Kelly ;for a week. During which instruments but will try acombination officers and members of Antiochare -- --
were included jn.the weekend attend the morning worship on because pf the death'of my uncle, time she visited with m mbers.of of "Jennings'and' Invited to come and worship Y
services at the Gospel Tabernacle. Sunday.A James .0. Fralick .61 Waycross, her family.and her many.friends. Shell-Vaccine" for better readingof with .us. Lets support our pastor --e -
Sunday morning a program by cordial welcome Is extendedto Ga. His survivors include, his Mr. and Mrs. Morris Carter :library books. We have'a for- each Sunday, remember "togetherwe
the people, flannelgraph] everyone: to attend Prayer wife, Mrs. Eva Fralick: a daughter -weekend guests of last-week were mula that will make "reading stand divided we all". Mother
young .a
Resurrection story and a duet by Meting each Wednesday at 7aG: Mrs. Guflda PraUck of Way- her brother. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis fun. 'Mr. 'Eddie Thompkins will Lula Singleton, reporter.
Jeannie Kessler and Norma p. m. cross;; his mother. Mrs. Anna Davenport and daughter, Linda be in '.charge of, the program, at Choir Union ,
Moody preceded the morning mes- !Frahck Providence; three sisters, of Charlotte, North Carolina. Mrs. RJE, while Mr. C. C. Anderson On Sunday afternoon "at Ebe- p-jj Y
sage and communion.The HEltfiRONN MISSH( Mrs. Maude Mott, starke Mrs. Carter's parents. Mr. and Mrs. R. win have complete charge of the nezer Baptist Church, Rev. Robinson 7' 1 1J 1i
w& BAPTIST CHURCH Frank Richards, Lake Butler and C Davenport who have been program .at Anderson Junior High pastor, a choir union was or- {
evening worship hour
Mrs. O'Steen-'pf Providence the summer accompan- Lawtey. Adult volunteers objective of this
spending are .gan1ze4.:1be:
conducted by Fred R. Sacher df Sunday Schow 10 a. m. MornIng
; JO .
Evening ;Jive brothers,J. Claude, led Mrs. Carter brother to Charlotte wanted. Swimming win stUI be group Is'to go to, each member
the .JLeystoneChristian Worship, 11 a. m.
Colony. I
Elmer and Ed of Providence and
in. Training .where they visited until one of the.feature of .the program church once a month and an the
Special features included .a reading Worship, 7:30: p.
Dews jof Lake City., Funeral was
Easter Sunday after which .they this money ra1s.e4"m be left
"The Meaning of faster," by Union (Sundays) 6:30: p: m. MidWeek held Friday morning In the Bin- year.
returned to their home in Bed- Chapel .A. .M. E. Church that church. There are many
Mrs. M. J, UcRae, audtwo'solos;;! I Prayer Meeting,
son-Myles Chapel in Waycross,
I We will .and Invited to participate.
ford Va.
.Allm Chapel A. iL E. Church,
by Mrs. Dick Smith and Miss day 7:30 p.m. I '
.. .-. o' Ga. with r interment in Elzey Mrs. Davenport.'and"'hope they Rev. L. .Sampson, pastor heW Other choirs Interested may contact .
Chapel In Worthington, Ba. win son be visiting again( .with yer r. ,fine., Easter services and the president of Ebenezer s;
May the Good Lord comfort their daughter and oar: commun,, coaimuntonan" last Sunday. April Church Choir. Mrs. Gertrude The late of Industrial ... .
FIRST BAPTIST torch( .- Starke and bless each one that Ji.bereaved ,- ity.Mrs. !t3 is not just (the Birthday ef :Carter president of Antioch choir growth in the South
in the above families and the
Acnle Keny's Friday over- Thomas Je/erson. author *f the has enrolled her group for membership the 20
Rev Lewis D. Haines, Pastor many friends that our departed night guests were her son. Mr.. Declaration of Independence but This .groUp is Interdenominational during past years
loved ones knew.Dont knd Mrs. Gene Kelly and family. : ) and will welcome has led the nation.
Day At
pustee our: church. Let
Jefferson and Court Streets In the Heart of Town
forget the services of the ..
ef Zephyrbins. Also :visiting over us declare Our loyalty to the choirs all over the county The pulp and paper I ;
Phones: Office 234 Fastoriom 130 church til your faith. Again we weekend were her.son, -Mr and church by paying the ,budget of American Legion DelegatesMrs. industry is a leader in this '
welcome you to,come any time Mrs. Warren Kelly and baby $2 per .member j& that soon we Pauline Marshall was .recently Southern
SUNDAY SERMONS 11:00 A.M 7:30 PJU. and be with us in the activities of. daughter of Palatka. Mrs. Warren wUl be free of lebta. Sunday re-elected president of .the progress. rl

Seilbronn .Church. Regular Sunday Kelly and baby are spending part school will begin at 10 with :upt; FPur.th Division of toe .American: Sixty-three primary pulp and paper
Sunday School 945 AJ1. !Training Union 6:30 P.M. worship include Sunday of this. week with Mrs. Kelly Y"I-..!
nuns are located in uwe.
School, morning Preaching hOur
Mr. Russell Green and daughters -
Midweek Service Wednesday 7:30 P.}!. Training Union and the Evening of Brooker vlstted in our The perfect tribute to They employ over! 77,000 personsin

i. Worship with Rev. Walter home last week. Perished the woods, mills and offices.
A FRIENDLY WELCOME AWAITS YOU Pastor. Also there will be memory .
Lee Mr. and Mrs.R..,L.Morgan and ,Another 81,000 harvest pulpwood.
AT THE FRIENDLY CHURCH WMU program and business meet- daughter Judy visited Monday Every funeral that t
..- ing at the. church tnnigrht jji nightwIth Mr. Morgan's,brother : we conduct 'The pulp and paper industry
7:30 p. m. With Mrs. R. L. Morgan .- Ray'who is a patient In the Lake is a souree of sustainingsolace a annually contributes over one billion

presiding.High Shore Hospital in..Lake City .Let And spiritual inSpiration ,
School PTA meets Tuesday dollars to the South's economy at
remember: prayin: his behalf!
Madisw Street Baptist Church the IS- at 7:30: p. m. lathe us George 'Huggins says: The pat to the family.Hundreds E I the rate of three million dollars a day. ifj)

Choral Room in Starke. AH parents wed the farmers: hare seemed of details are managed and economical- It also is giving new impetus,to i

(Presently Meeting Washington and Grand Sla.) Mrs.are E.urged L. Cox to attend reports. a good in happier Several and months.In a better Although mood than late Jy .attended to that only rained and careful the region's agriculture because,

attendance at the Plant Clinic starting, we can look forward to organization can perform when the urgent need pulpwood has become a vitally r ?'t
Today the Cress is clear Day Program that was held at a good short produce, season if for serving is at.hand.AeWJTT important new cash sop' f

of the Christ we hold dear the American Legion Monday of the weather, permits. There has to Southern farmers.. '
t And our hearts accept the cry this week.The speakers from the been) interest shown in the screw ; C. JONESFUNERAL
University ol Gainesville who worm eradication program .among DIRECTOR, AMBULANCE SERVICE k Farmers and other landowners are
because of Him, we shall never die. specialize .in ornamental horticulture '
I the farmers'which is good. PHONE 7 assured expanding marketfor

\ Sunday School -- 9:.t5' A.M. and important revealed informationocan interesting facts* An the"state inspector is spending who is employed two days by a We famish the highest type service at lowest prices, and accept ;i their trees since paper i

Morni 1Jr- War hip' 11:00 AtM. erning plants, flowers, trees week visiting the farmers ef this ANY Jlfe insurance policy in force, issued by ANY company, a* I consumption is growing by leaps and r

: Evening Worship 7:30 P.M1! ,, tc. Everyone enjoyed the meet- county. Cooperation.cf the.farm payment Jjn.jiaxt #r IB full on funeral services. Oaasultationo bounds each year. It predicted \t

I Training- Union'- 6:15 P3L ;.ng and are looking forward to ers will make this program, suc- Far4 g. ptdlgatton. t.. that 50 to 60 percent more pulpwood J!
Nursery Open for All Services Achievement Day which will be cessful. The inspector 1f1Il.collect will be-needed by 1967. ,
17th. of this month at
held the .
specimens which will be taken to
the Woman's Club starting at 1I a laboratory for :further ,study Growing trees-like growmg'anyother '
I P T. Noun, SUpt. S.S. R.. O. Dansby, Dir.. T.U. I, o. m. The Home Demonstrationdubs and .research purposes.. Again we requires sound ,
I Rev. J..I!. Mabry, Jr., Pastor are the sponsors and. invites remind farmers to report all eases 10WN' RNANE E COMPANY crop- !
Forests that cut ,
L the public to attend. The authorities are tryingto help management. are a

We are very glad'to report that 1, the farmers in this matter, so '' properly go on producing trees I
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Norman hate I 114 West Call St. Phone 544
please cooperate and help themto generation'after generation. Forests
TENT REVIVAL: moved from Miami back home..1 help you. .
that now non-productive can ,
Happy to"have them in our community -. Guess that's all for now: God Now Making .. ,
I i again, we missed them bless each of you bye now converted into money-making areas.
., _. .,.. ,, i .. . '". ..' LOANS ALL
With Bible Deliverance TtT'rYT'YYTtYTTn.TTTTiiT iyyr., YnT'f'TT: Y Y Y'TY-y Y y'iTYYTT TO PERSONS

i' Regularly Employed Without Co-Signers
APR. 9
; ,, THROUGH APRIL 27 FOp: ALL NEEDS Pulp and Paper Day will be celebrated

f 7:30 NIGHTLY By Ozora J. Shell $25.00. TO' $600.00 throughout the South on April IS..This

& A1AAiA.AAiA1.A&AAAAAA l &.Al& &A&& &aA &AA event, will focus public attention. on the
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EVERYONE INVITED TO; COME OUT' AND 'HEARf Marriage Announcement j Ieaves to mourn her loss a' devot.hupbaod. LOANS OF ALL TYPES economic importance to the region of

., Mr. and Mrs; John Powell ale i ) ) ., Chester Shell alaughter Personal, Furniture, ,Auto, Real Estate the pulp and paper industry, its role in
happy to announce the recent Marjorje Johnson ,an'd the South's modem agricultural devel

EVANGELIST W. D. HARRELL marriage {)f their daughter, Boise I we eons. Arthur RaY 6r. Elmer LOANS FOR ALL: GOOD, i PURPOSES opment.._. and the, tremendous eco-, F
to Jim Cummings of shell; one son-in-law. Robert -
The Man\ Who God Has,Raised Up To Bring Statk .' BbEh'are former students ehnsan ,two daughtenrin-laios, Consolidate Bills, Reduce Payments, Medical, Takes, nomic opportunities .more productive ,

the .Bible.. Deliverance. of RJE.; Thecerembny"was' performed tferie/ Lee,and.Oeora shell; ands : Refinancing; Emergencies, Eta forests offer in the years ahead
Message :
; at the Bradford County host, .of ether ,.relatives and I S. i
Courthoftsfc: Cummings is the ion friends. Hughes-Chestnut is, .in LbANS- TO SUIT
Prayer,Will;Be Offered'for-the Sick Each Evening of Mary Cummings of Pleasant charge of funeral arrangements BUDGETS ,
Grove. The 'couple will live In which will be 'on Tuesday April Small, Monthly, Payments Up To 24'Months SOUTHERNPULPWOOD
LOCATION: U. S. 301 SOUTH IN STARHER1YI'YAL. West Palm Beach. 15 at 3:30: p. m. The immediatefaailyfay.beCQataeted.At

Third Degree ftufftsLttttt P. O. LOANS ARE OUR ,BUSINESS
Shirley; Ann Brown'' of Box 14, HathgrneFla. I
I I II Lincoln City suffered very serious Income? Tax. Deadline We're Here To.Serve You Regardless of Who You Owe ASSOCIATION

burns on "Good FridaY' while Nat:Tuesday; April 15 is,t I 9OO P.aolttr.. Str ...N.K.
burning trash in her backyard thOm last day to file..and mail'ire ; See .Us For PtomJt'Eftic.ient and Courteous Service For Atlanta 8. awrIs ,
LuCkay'her'father; WSQe tax returns for 19S7. AH persona An Your Money Needs -
Bid Home asked to do this in t l
was at and was able are order *
to smother the flames betore she avoid ,RenattieB-rlf: ,# u'Deed help
suffered suffocation: He sustain or: further iafonaation .Contact; TOWN FINANCE COMPANY Ii IiAT Send for FEE booklet/ !' ,..

ed eerai bums ca his right arm Print.C.; *. C. t Andersen,. Eddie i The exciting story of ttv* Pull .J
and had to receive medical at- Thonipkins pr Supervisor ShelL STARKE .,. and paper industry' growth
:tention. Both are doing nicely: at School! land BecU ,this time; Shirley 1 is a fourth grade next jBaturdfty>April 18 all (Across SreetFrom Olen's Dept. Store) ,..01. In ttle economy, and
goad,eitieeag ief Bradford County .4h. pportuniti. It offer i
: .student at Tnurston Elementary !
144 W. Call St. .
will fo ta &e pllsi&nd,-voCJe, for phone 544
'\ Lincoln- :, city.. we know that '''Better School

: "THROUGH APRIL 17 J. E.'PTAThe MAke Better CemrmmitieL" ,ADd I .
.. : i regular meeting! ,of the.PTA it follows a* night the day thai
was held last Wednesday with they:anti help vs.woduce, '.'BetterdtJaeax ,
;pm1den1IIarioI Den presiding.Ibe .* If there are pexeoos JaRene

feature of the meeting was Haaptoo,. Wateroak., Lincoln BANK by: Mail .
IIMLANBBAPTIST: the giving away. of a box of groceries City who need 1 transportation "
; valued at $10 to the holder contact .,
your nearest,.school representative '
pf the lucky ticket.. Mrs Margaret -and'SaveTi
: and we will pick you \ ne!
De Sue of Pine St.. Reno was the .
and .take safely ..
up .
you t. jeervatmg
If'l -
CBURCB winner. The'propect was conduct: place and back home with ,- 'II l' t'
ed by 'Wce-Presklent' Lety! Lenncn out charges: RJE Phone 25-W,
and was very- Buecessf&L He ,Supervisor Shell,,-25-J .w, 12-W, For., the utmost in convenience bank by Mail! No -p.:..A.'. iY$'"..M'i M1:, ;. i)"..,
and President Den irtsh to '. l4ay from 7 a. m to<:45 p.:na. leans no traffic: problems. no steps or time wasted. You just .
Service< Each Evening 8 P.M. drank all parents send teachers All teachers'and school:'personnel drop your deposit in the mail box nearest your home .-. and your .{ .. .

or sntkiag. this ket.ttit71Jtt1f1tdde will be''at''ysur' cenrice because banking chores are done. Open your account t day' at the Florida
a. the school.: Mr. Zdide Tbompans : your vote, is our greatest hope Bank at Starke where you will find every worthwhile banking service x
principal..Mrs., Marion.DeB.re&liteDi. for better jchools
0. EIIILSJ Bradfow
.V'i :'
> .. Hiss E. M. Kennedy, county. j and bank by mail with confidence.FLORIDA ,

Of'\\'>>odS1eck Park aurch,1Jekaoiviller' rter.Ilies Ault FdiwsltaitA1egander: '

\Pope'. In" bis. .**Essa r]
On Easter ewnday morning: si on'criUcisai"; has trutWtilly:,ia.id. Bvcnrlc '
ANKLISf i iWINFREp o3 0 Urs. :M Uic Sbau/ gather "A little Tfp rijpj"is :A anflcroui. _
't. >f Kyaer B-'fibeU.; iichaia.RJE,' thing. You don't have to be "*
: ast his mother:She,had lyfff (fil' threat to the life and safety obur Sffarke 1
yiLKTt44 Sohg Leader One of 28 Banks In the Florida .
.. >ver a long:period but was recent country by not baring 'M
ogpltaliied-at lachua Countyeneral l education.' Bradford County has National'. Group 1j .
EvFqrW..EHISM, pastor } H6&i iL'Sh :waS YJWb1 nude;provisions ior.all,thekens' eitr. :\4- .

11 r o'survive several amputatibns'onker'TighfJe : to get; a goad Educationjpf ) i1tti '
f iit Cordially Invited ;. She' 'was A,fa th-'' cost;You sra1sti11: enr rm : MEltBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION -. '
rat 'member bf Galilee1 "JBaptolt,, night classes. These classes will
.. Church and choir' NO.1. She be in session throughout the sum-



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tyyyyyyy yyyyyyyy innBflQXER birthday cake weighing approximately the C. S. Kellys. previous year. .1 of. Daytona spent weekend with, -

20 pounds decorated with elate Brenda Green is home Most of the city's income came their-parents' Mr. and Mrs. Care

} 1 -white icing, green leaves apd from the hospital and is reported from the cigarette tax: $1230.39. Sapp. .f

yellow' rata' buds fl '. doing, fine. which ,'+aa 4129 more-than from ." :Un.Haggle-Barton Jacksonville -
Barbva ;Hug get Crosby of the U. S. Winifred Hazen of'Gainesville this source the year before. The was the unday guest
, By ..Bae Paths ... : .dinner
Navy{ ,Air Force,In"Key West was visited J the Aubrey Hazen family goad; and bridge tax brought in of k the SC.: C. Harleys. .. LI "

.A.AAAAAAA*] .iAAA A'AA&&" home over the weekend and visit- Sunday%;'afternoon. $jOB; city taxes $272; tents $180; Mrs. J. 11. Wainwright: Mr. i& "..,.

I I' ed Dickie Davis Saturday after- percentage return from Florida and Mrs. G. aL
Ramona HarreU celebrated her Mr. and Mrs. .Herschel Layfield L. Sapp visited their

8th birthday with a party at the noon. and children of Gainesville and Power and Light Co., $544; contracts mother Mrs. Susan Sapp of Gainesville

Playhouse skating rink Friday Barbara'' Sue' JDavis. Beverly Mr. and JJr Jack,Simmons and ,,old BQstoffjce building last week. .. '

nttht 'AprU 4. Refreshments of Green and 'JoanljJe and Jeannie son of the Mtnrntie Oak section' $105; lines and -Joreltures,, .$85. ii' Mr: and:Mrs..Jlarold: Alvarez. .THE feGAROUND

birthday cake and Cokes w reserved'to Wait were the senior from this visited the Noon Mott family Sun.-Lesser income name from license Tisiied Mrs. Azure Johns who i*

the guests in the homeof district to'm the'class trip to. day. fees, rental of mower insurance, fiUnlliverside Hospital and EHe I THE FARM !

Washington and New York. I mowing,,sale of used brick used Bollard and
;Ramona parents Mr. and Mrs. TJrs. Lula Bennett of Gainesville ;family of Jacksoavflle -
.Judy Kelly has returned home ;
doors pine timber, and fire protection last week.
Guy HarreU.
, after a ,week in Houston, Texas visited the J. fi.Mott.family last: .. .
on vacant property; Mr;and Mrs.'Harry Douglas of -
: 1 a.
'Those for the occasion
present week ,
with the debating team of Brad
The city paid out $824 for street Miami Tisrted the Oscar '
carters'last /j'\ 14
were 'Mrs.. M. D. HamIl'and ford fiigh.'SChOOL Mrs.'Brook.Perryman of Gain- .
maintenance and. $355 for'Street week.r
daughter, Mrs. Warren MizeDe & visiting esville was the .weekend euest of
Mrs.. R. R Gano f the
lighting; $469 I in,salaries; $368 Mr-.and Mrs., Pail-Bennett and
and daughters, Mary Jane and the J. "R. Mott family.
M.. Ge.: o',1aJp11Yin St. Augustinefor ,
forsldewalksbuilt; and '$336'for daughters at.Lawtey and Mr.and
Patty iBigham. Harrell., Free Fish Supper
a: few 'weeks., driveways; .$l1 waspaidbat forsanitation Mrs. J C. Smith of Starke FARMING
MarciA and Nancy Green Mrs. Surprise The citizens council of Breaker; were = 4
Party ;; $169 for.construction Sunday dinner guests .of Mr. and ..
Everette Electricity
Gainey and children made final plans for.a.free fishsupper helps you do
John DixOn Davis was com- P
maintenance and operation of Mrs. G. L. Sapp.. .
John Davis Mrs. Guy Harrell and lo be held at Brooker community more work more efficiently \ .. ; A
pletely surprised to learn Friday
buildings;' commission $104 Bills. twelve months in ,.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Brown and \
daughters and.Mr. and Mrs. O. center this coming Friday
night April, 1,.that a party he ih. paid included $50 to J. R. Kelly children were' Sunday dinner the year. You save -
W.' Davis. night April 11
attending 'at the community eliminate waste
was for preparing the.read ttnd bridget money
Mrs. Lloyd Wood is visiting herlister center was in honor of his 16th All citizens that are interested x $20 to Gene Long for the guest of Mr. and MrsCarl'. on every chore: production .; q E '
in Jacksonville for a few birthday; : '. 1 In their community and its wel- Thomas of Highlands j I I -and profits-go *'. .... J
1957 tax roD office desk and

; supplies Farming can't be'i+ r '
fare should be present. Serving Let us remember SufcJay School up. t
The party started a 7 o'clock '"
$54. Other bills paid were modern without electri- '
Mrs.> H. K Stokes and, Mrs. with 'a hay ride from the center time 7 o'clock. Guest speakers for for repairs to 'mower, city hall at 10 o'clock* Mornmg Worship, city the 'Big E1!" ;'
the afternoon will be Roy V. Har- 11., Evening Worship; 7:80, Broth
Junior Stokes and children 'were which lasted two and onehalfhours
Insurance fees dues to the Florida A <
.ris. state,'President and charter erhood .Monday .nights At 8 0'-. z
in Gainesville on business Friday covering a distance of 65 League of Municipalities,
afternoon. miles: member af the States ,Rights clock;and regular Prayer Service
mosquito control bond for city .
Council: of Georgia i, Inc., Georgia Wednesday: nights at 830. -
After John opened his many ,
The.center was txwiflluBy decorated marshal, ,fire extinguisher and / ;.e
and George A. Downs pf Orlando. -
lovely gifts, refreshments of cake
with pink and white labor for a new street mowing,
And pint lemonade were servedto 'Mrs. Tom Markey ..Mrs H.:: O. Lutheran Serviced .': ..
streamers. The refreshment table and cleaning around .vacant build. '
Brown. 'Mrs. 'Mattie Sowells and '
the 50 quests present.
was covered with a white, cloth ings. :
Mrs. Mary Green attended.chUlCh. 122. E. .
The truck for the hayride was Washington St .
and In the center a three-tiered The council approved the fiscal -
and at New Hope Sunday. Regular service,,
furnished by Guy Harrell report presented by Clerk W. H. will, be held
driven by G. W. Davis. Chaperones Mr.and Mrs. Malcolm Lewis and Maxwell. every Sunday: afternoon at 2:30ocloclti

1' Plumbing At. /or the ride were Shirley Green children were the weekend guestfpf Other luuainess .diseaeeed.at.&he Sunday )School and Confirmation :
I' .4 )tshii t.- Mj-sjtejrfs' ,xotfer Jnf4, rgo.Jifr. ., ;
and Rodger atote. meeting included the matter ,of classes at'S oclock
AD'TypeI' The birthday cake was made and Mrs R. K. Dukes arid 'Tim Rev. Myron G. Mader.
I ...- fire protection and costs of various pastor .:
... and fleeerate* fey Ltaria Green. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Dukes and measures are to be Investigated of,The First Lutheran Churchof s 3 t

Ecanomlcale Hostesses for the party were baby, were .Sunday guests -of the and presented at ,the May .Ocala, win conduct the 3 ,
rrlcea Har ,. 'S. .Tlnney family. -
Mrs. Lloyd Wood. Mrs. Guy meeting. ? Bervicea.

yell and Mrs. G. W. Davis. I .Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Blgham Jr. Presen 'for the meetipg.WereMayor ) ...,. .: -.-
retained .and cjblldren andMr.. and.. Mrs. -
itb. Mrs. .Mantle Spwells J. H-.Parker *c Iff H '
See Us jFor Com lets- en ,iderk Maxwell *
visitor idoad:Wood and son visited the R.
home Wednesday after '
FHA TITLE 1 LOANS Marshal Maitlee Norman, .rt t ii
t '
her sister, Mrs. Bedia Conelly, in A. Guest family' in Nashville, Ga. and A. Cwpennlson'DH.;: .,Craw- :CAY'S 1 MORE.:
over : holidays. ,
Plumbing & Heating Tallahasse for several days. the'Easier : r
I IG ford, Q. P. Wadsworth. Frank
II MrS.11 O. Brown and Mrs. R. Home 51 COMFORTABLELIVING
I Mrs. H. O. Brown returned Saturday Wllliams.and.D. E. Hill. coundl- !<-Appliances :
N A, N N after spending two weeks A.: Nettles.;tcttended the WSCS men. ,- "
in Worthington Springs r ; rd ,
with her sister and brother-in- meeting Easter Egg Hunt NYeor FritnalyvNorge ..
t t'
PLUMBING CO. Tuesday night. 'Mr' s ,' Electricity contribute* ttSr
at big
law the C. G. Strandbergs,
TharadayFrlday .
Mr. and Mrs.aJ. T. Taylor and 118 Court Street lake Santa Fe. chlldren'tind:Jackie Green ef Pa- With the Easter hopping I ? horn by cutting dorm om the

PHONE 514J Mrs.. Lula Mae Baxter visited around in, children's.,minds<,last' I '. workload ,earn*coftn/-
of the "
latka were Sunday guests KQBQ* APPLIANCES
hersister, Mrs. J. O. Dennison, to week, two,.Easter, egg bunts,;were ; 1 : cleaning and other Aouaeh
Nlghh\ Can Collect \..2S9S'Keystone Midway recently. Roy Kenneth Green famfly.Green visited hisgrandmot&ei held in Hampton 'for beginner e MATTAOWAl18 II 1 Jf 1J living tasks..putting Put tfee more"Big life K"into to

Heights Steve Kelly of Jacksonville was '.Mrs.. O. E. McGaul- and primary see .children ,ofHamptoni BLit d work in every rasa io goer
,the weekend guest of his parents, two churches. aQL tAN 1m.a'I"IJUJ u4 ", v s .J.tt.k, w;. home! -
in Palaitka Jut _eek.', .. __ .. ..' .. _
ejr. ; r
I. ,' Th tusday iui Mrs.Jewel Eddie of Louise visited EUXliACES
time and the Hampton .... ..
THE SOUTHS MOST FAMOUS PAINT friends here Thursday after- .
:, .. noon. -f Church the iJtece, for children to I We Service All MakeiOf farm better''. live belle .-: Efetfntof??! "'
F" hunt eggs, and hive refreshment a Appttancea -
Aad Mrs. Paul Prescott
. only gal. EVERY with Mrs. Raleigh Brannen,:Mrs. 1 FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT' COMPANY
4.98 per 2ND FREE and'children and Mrs. Kay Pran05 L. L. Melton and Miss Betty Dar- Phone 10 a AMtint; "

up GAL. dials tod: cirildrai of Bar-: ... J 4 ,
. ius to charge.
tow, Mr. and Mrs.: Perry Osteen I : Btarke,FbrJda, trlll

i MARY CARTER PAINT STORE of:"Newberry 'and Mr. and Mrs.. Chilidre..gatbered At the Hampton Friday Christian Afternoon 13= .

Vincent Bazar of Jacksonville J ..TV

i. 5J01 N. W. 8th AY*... .. Gainesville FR 6-7588 were,Sunday guests of Mrs. Doable Church for an egg hunt plus refreshments ,
with Mrs. A. C. t en- y a -' '
le Prescott. _
riiaon and Mrs. Marklee Normanas
Mr. and,Mrs, Herbert .Norman \
hostesses. -t Mr
of Lady Lake visited Mr. and

Mrs. R. J. Jones Sunday after- Personals '. I .. .
Thaff Our Business Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hmson! Jr: -; Tennessee Ernie Ford tells you why ; *

noon. Of Panama City spent Easter in ;r- $ l i.- i 1 no
If It'. GIu We Hart It! Mrs.R. -J. ,Jones, Hazel -Jones, t 1
Hampton with ills
WRITE VISIT Mr. and Mrs. Bill Jones and chil parents..
John Kemper .of Nashville. Yoiffl
dreg Mr and Mrs. Gerald Jones, t
Tenn. has been visiting In.FIampt X TtONWAGONll
and Mr. and Mr_. Jack Jones andba.b1 aI

I J Joe Peters Glass Co. 1 enj yed ft pink and egg n with his son and daughterinlaw ... .
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hunt,at Noonan Lake Sunday. Mr. and TCrs..,John Kemper, .. ---

FOR ANT GLASS NEED : Mrs.Marie McDavid and children and children. II

We DesfgiTModeni Store Freato j cf Gainesville.;visited the L. Mr..and Mrs. John Childress of IS THE' LIFE '
Orlando visited in Hampton .Friday / .
L. Dyal family Sunday. -
Jut Mal Us A Pattern far night and Saturday. l .

Table Tops Mrs H. Hall of Jacksonville Mrs. A. G l ef .\ feibe adStioo x,44,. .... .: _,..
: visiting L. fam- .Mr. and Pope Eaa CI8)WC.1'V: U "" 2'
the L. Dial iY.8
Gahtemne F1a. Phone FR. 2.351. was Gallic visited with Mr. and Mrs. .,,...." ,,;-, :
tlS13N.W.4UiPL : ily and Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Kelly; -. .
Edward Sazpa.'in*.Hampton l th?*' : .. .

Monday. and ,' week. .- 'eN." ...,. !IU -
I efOaiaesville
Mrs. Suggs Joyce BUSES L14DOOR
Mrs, and Earl X
attended services at May Sweeney: ; i''co.-,1Ip to 300korsepoiwer '
'i ... Brooker Church Sunday morning. Matchett of Gainesville attended ,"H any rote' J 1+ Tfitti SseewAixirt'HORSE..RIDES QUIET AC A.SWEETHEART'S .

Mr. and Mrs. F. K. Session of services at Hampton Christian 'wagon you choose. Or select iV4spEp, is

7 % SERVICE I ; Witu hula visited the R. A. Nettles Church Sunday.evening, 'the thrifty, Mileage Maker Six. ,
i Mi
Miss Shebbi! .Prevatt Waldo, 4 M r
for few days this
family a
.. week. Miss Veil Wflliams. ,Mn. :Bob Or make yours the door .

Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Thorn. Fafle. Billy,Home and "LaMar Rock Wagon.With all of its s.

V SCHEDULE Brown of Hampton drove to Gold- adVanoed styling it's still,the
I as, Ronnie. Linda GoWie. Kenneth I, t -
And DcWitt Thomas attended head Branch State Park for'.. a louts P raced- wa bo a yoult' Ls ir, ;

the Youth 'Meeting in Lake picnic Sunday'afternoon.. bad iaih low-price three; -d 1.75
Easter Sunday visitors at the! i. .5 S
City Friday night
Avory Slades were Mrs. Slade's To make an impressive -
.. MQki Mann Ua home visiting
his parents ever. the weekend. He parents, Mr. and alit C.: M arrival, choose the Del Rio. .

Starke ,Serrke Call --.1.50 Is now residing In Winter Haven. Greene of Maxville:, ?, Ranch Wagon. .This-2-door-: s : ty

Pins- Work Time Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Haaea and Mr. and :Mrs. C. CL EarfcEdafr. wagon has a high- jrk air *-. -- i
Mrs. Lula Mott, Mr. and Mrs. uM '
that will
envious 4t
(City Limits) sons visited Mrs. Minnie Hazen in gather
._ pickup & Delivery 3.00 Ocala Saturday. Robert Barksdale and children, glances wherever you drive.
.. all of Stake, were dkmer'guestS .. .
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\ Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Hazen aZ.dsaris .
of Mr. and Mrs. JL .W. Home hi t

LawteyKingsley. e Service Ca1I3.50 the home attended of Mr.Tamfly and reunion Mrs. Lee at Hampton for Easter Sunday Mrs.. ., J ., :. .6uae" e ; .

Home and Mrs. Robert Barksdale
pIus-WorkTime Green to Gainesvffle Sunday \
made overnight trip to Tampaon
Mr. and :Mrs. Love and baby of an Nine fit fine into this hand.
Hampton Pickup & Delivery 6.00Raiford weekend Wednesday this week to visit i 1 v t
.. .. North Carolina were AOdM PDA TO UTUE JNOUMS Oft NINE. 4-door And
with'Mr. tad Mrs, R. C. Williams I fiiO CHIEFS some wagon. itS
guests of Rev and Mrs. Byford .
; and son. I ,* ""E oouwmy S&DA"I I*. a- equally! big brother, the

Service Call 4.50' EQng. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hicks and 1\ .' -- Country Squire, features
Mrs. S. M. Mott Mrs. Eugene
{ family: ef Jacksonville were Son- s jl7' mahogany-like side paneling
Graham Crosby aneTMri H. P.1 'Gainey; r :
Plus .,WorkTk visited Mrs Lee Crosby in Starke day guests of Mr..and' Mrs. G.,C. J '- '. a Ford styling excJusntel
Will 0 Cox in Hampton, and also visiting .
Monday. here Sunday with his parentswere ."" There's nearly aloe feet
Delivery aad lira.
KeystonePickup Mrs. R. F. Gano Mr. 5- '
and 4 : of level floor in the
.! M. Gano and children of St. Augustine Mr. and Mrs. Ray Cox u ace
of Starke. ... --M Sedan.
and Mr. and Mrs. O. B. children & S : 6-passenger Country
;, l 't" And its wrap-around lif
Gano and children of Swan Lake .
WORK TIME tyyyyyY..YWyyywwwwr"y.y
Tan1 attended church services 'at witi cue band "

'J how $3.50 F. fl1 11(1.), the Baptist. Church Sunday. morn NORTH SIDEBy j Ford sets&s pace\ fa waged

$5.00 -1st Hour. $. .50 Each Hour 'ing.Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Cortney of : 1 ; x Y' styling .. .outsells its nearest

f lPrt'"nt er Gainesville were Saturday night By Mrs. Carl Brown _- : A 1y: < competitor aeaiiy 501. And
Thereafter. .i / Ford the
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. wagons ae

$ t'r' B. Hatnitton.Mrs L&i&&i A&AAA&AiAAAAAA d the low-price threft
;j" *, i ,n i-'iir Slip l, Li
Myrtle Scarbrough ;ftnddaughters Everyone enjoyed' the morning ,4 a. ea-i...,.-fl/.Mtt/...
$3.50 Minimum Shop Service ......11 M "..
of Lake Butler visited
.' r ; and evening 'messages Ound A1 I .
)trs. Ned Hicks Monday after- brought by Gerald Sues of Bald- f : f

: ',. V I' : noon. ? win. Mr. and Mrs. Sins and children r---------- --- 1.

The above Schedule,,is agreed..to.,as\an I gwtable,charge were dinner guest of Mr. : SPECIAL, OF .. I I TAKE THIS COUPON .TO YOUR CORD ''EAL.ER I I ;
and..Irs. A. R. SappSunday., FROM FORD; I

for Time and Labor, by the following Merchants: North Side Brotherhood enjoyed I a PILL TW8'w i.iW mm sLA10K I ;

l HAMPTON .......Riftg I I v, -," ___ R I ,
( 'eJff'O % TV fellowship at a barbeoue Saturday :-
io-- > totlltlattlf I : .
f night at the church. They wri.kla.. ...-. Dale, I 3

Shepherd's lio & TVCr : 87 Mn. D. E. V9+ urge each man who does not already I...... !IoW,... I IA I .....'- .t c.--J.. I
in these: Addt'eM .
attend. to join StH" Adne
H. t tit; ) i( meetings each week. loot tot .. .
; : ':0--
Winkler Electric ServiceStarke elal Statement "WMU of North Side meets each I .... -....
iea4 To Council Tuesday night at 8 o'clock & the JUSISU0 -1 I
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4 Financial statement of the city church AH ladies are urged I to -. %j..
.I 4."_ A r of Hampton for the fiscal year a1teDd.' -- t '-- >ooJ. .

Radio & Television Service ending September 20, '1957 was Miss Dora Clark had as weekend ...

read to the Hampton City Council guest, her niece, Miss .,Eva .. .- .
at their monthly meeting on Clark of Late City. : ,

: Tuesday evening, April L. Gus Smith of Tampa was the tA.SETTERjUY-t1-AiSED! Ui'01 -TWO. II SCi ';TO SEE OUt 01 MI

'Weeks fedo> '& TV-Servjce r Total tinborsemart for the weekend guest' of., hi?.coosm.. .. 'De-. ,, -411 tt 4e5iiarews
year of $3199.04 showed 'a big in- car Carter. jrK f i.
t v ereaie over last year ,1.44.21: The 'John Aqualrs 'and Nancy

receipts of $3058.21 were also wen 01 Jacksonville' speat Sunday

GJ. McGriff Appliances above last year's $2108.68. BalanceIn with Mrs. Aquafr's mother;Mrs Ii :

'" ...,. ,.... ___ :J{ .-, '-. The the city treasury :at the end- of Carle!., Norman.,.,...Rnt't' ...eB..-...... t ,1V1otor-iCor
pear::September 30.195X raa lotmana.

U11.U. compared to, $950. 9 :the! Mr. and Mrs.Joan BennrS&pp j lAfil. ON :ANDADAMS: STS. THONE 118 S. STARKE. FLA.



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"Schools Termed Unsafe, Rundown, Unsanitary" .1,

; W '(Headline from Bradford County Telegraph of March 15, 1957 following publication of

r y -- Citizens Committee Report'.on Condition of Bradford County Schools.)

On February 5, 1957 a group of public spirited citizens Since that time, a few of the adverse conditions reported 11
concerned with the grave crisis confronting our one have been corrected. The State Legislature Lt -
county school system, was organized into a Citizens remedied the crisis in teachers salaries and the School ,. .
Council for Better Schools.' The sole purpose of this Board,has been able to meet a few emergency needs suchas
group was to make an impartial l, objective.and unbiased the repairs of fire escapes, additions to the home economics 1 Aie
study of the school situation in Bradford County, not department at Bradford High School, etc. But
t only as to the problems that now exist, but also to investigate by and large, the major portion of the committee's report -
ways and means of remedying or relieving on school needs remains as it was when first pub-
ar these problems. lished in March 1957, simply because funds have not.
-Over a period of several weeks the members of the been available to correct these deficiences.In : i

Citizens Council for Better Schools devoted many hours 'order to refresh your memory, we urge you to reread m
to investigating and studying all phases 'of the county the committee's report which is reprinted on this

school system: teachers salaries and their relation to page with the exception of a few items that have already
the critical shortage of qualified teachers; the school .
been corrected.In
.... bus replacement problem; the construction of new class
-{ -r 1 making its report, the Committee said: "Obviously, .,
rooms and other buildings to meet the need of our grow. .
HUGE CRACK:: in masonry on north end of Law. ing school population; the providing of adequate classroom we are going to have the kind of schools
fey Junior High is pointed out by student Emory supplies; and the improvement of janitorial and to pay for. We feel that you, like we, 'KX' bu.1ldlngitb exposed heating pipes and
other services. The Council completed its study and to have if not the best at least
shingle siding typify desperate peed for
Eunice. Just another sign that the building b in .
and need not be ashamed of. Toward
made public its findings in a report that opened the eyes we -
dire need of major repairs. of the people of Bradford County. ask your support and cooperation."


the Public Citizens
to by

Bradford High SchoolREST Lawtey Junior HighThe in The the Brooker same general school Council for Better Schools

out the county. The
ing, plastering, MERRITT H. WILLIAMS, Chairman
ROOMS: Need painting. Need de committee to inspect the Lawtey
to rotted floors and
odorants. Need new toilet seats. Need"soap., school has made its investigation and finds '

paper towels, and toilet tissues. Need the following needs: W. ,STARKE '
thorough cleaning,.and proper daily janitor. 1. Replace entire roof, including rotted J. :,
ial service. rafters. Dr. T. G. RitchA.

BUILDING (GENERAL): Needs painting. 2. Stabilize foundation where settled. N. Holliday .
Needs gutters and elevated walkways at 3. Sink and drain board for library. work. 't..
J. D.
northwest back door to remedy bad condition room needed. Doyle ; -
in wet weather. Floors need refinish- 4. Convert old boiler room to storageroom. ser raw .' T. H. Slade _, '
ing. Dark Ceilings cause poor lighting con ulIu Mrs. J. M. Smith '
In view of the.
ditions and need replacing or painting with 5. Replace about 240 desks. .. John A. Torode "'
light colored paint.ELECTRIC 6. Renovate all rooms: plastering, floor ing Committee. as out Mrs E. A. Hall -.-'
WIRES AND FIXTURESneed ing painting. ROTTED ROOF section shows how lack of paint mittee on Ways and ,
some maintenance. Bare electric wires 7.Reseal, replaster, paint auditorium and ordinary repair have resulted" in extreme present condition of Mrs. F. R. Danny
Entire roof BOW needs replacing; Mrs. Robt. Chapman
in places and shades. damages
are exposed many are potentially makes the following
dangerouS;; Radiators need repairsand 8. Replace dressing rooms back stage. Harry C. Elrod ,
maintenance. A sufficient number of 9. Repair or replace doors and steps to 1. Increase the Mrs. James Groover '.:
It should repaired once.
light bulbs should be purchased and maintained front entrance. per cent, without Legislature."f Wm. Studstill
and rest
The floors of both the girls boys
in fixtures at all times. 10. all windows. all broken
Reglaze Replace
except the one per
JANITORIAL SERVICE IS TERRIBLE.We .glass. rooms are of ordinary concrete. They are Mrs..T..H.\ Slade .,' ,
difficult to keep clean and are easy to retain one per cent back to Mrs. E. L. Matthews '
recommend that principals have the Inspection made by: .__' -
odors. basis to be used .
power of hiring and firing janitors and be H. C. Kelly Wm. C. Powell .
toilets and urinalin
There'are two one
responsible to see that they do an adequatejob. Hubert Priest. purposes. This Mrs. M. H. Williams :"
the rest used by 74 boys. THE,
'Salaries need to be raised and addition. room earmarked for any E. L. Matthews 'r' '
al janitors employed. be used where needed ,
full Mrs. A. N. Holliday
All Blackboards in the building are
of the School Board.
of cracks and holes and should be replaced.The ,
to be checked and placed in working "
cesspool from the boys toilet is'often
2. The
order so they can be properly locked. Weather BROOKER' :
The following defects are noted in the flooded. Drainage is inadequate.
stripping also needed on doors. coming into Bradford .
Hampton Elementary school building and .Asphalt tile on kitchen floor should be : '
SCHOOL GROUNDS. are generally in .a ,grounds replaced, and that on the lunchroom floor recommend a joint W. E. Bigham, Jr.

deplorable condition.Starke All outside walls of the building are crack should be repaired. Board, the Hospital J. K. Douglas, ':

ed. Exposed wood shows signs of termite Tne"refrigerator in the lunchroom is 11 County L. C. Wood, ';, :
Elementary SchoolCONCRETE infection. Wood on projecting eaves of years old and is not adequate to meet, the a fair division of ( Mrs.1. C. Wood ;,
building show considerable decay. needs of the school.Playground recommendation has ) :. ,,,_' ,
All inside walls badly cracked and, need space and equipment is in. ,\. .
FLOORS should be tiled in painting adequate. At least three additional acres 3. We recommend HAMPTONMarshall : :

the canning plant since it is having to be Electrical wiring'of, building should be of ground are needed. (The boys can't bata by local business I
used for classrooms. modernized and overhead lights should meet ball- without breaking a window or spoiling mittee of five, to Matchett '
BOOK SHELVES AND SHADE also a flower'bed.) I
requirements for accreditation.Two to be placed on the Frank Williams
needed in the canning plant classrooms. There are approximately '1,200 library -: ,
Windows need some repairs so they can be obsolete bubble-type drinking fountains books, ;but.at least half of these,should be purpose of taxing' ;
opened and closed. The* janitor here seems in the building are inadequate and un discarded because of age. Many have back mittee make .a LAWTEY V.
to be doing an adequate job. sanitary. off and pages missing. izen's Council for
CEILING IN GIRLS REST ROOM in B Locks on all outside doors should, be re A larger auditorium and a permanentflag tion as it deems II. C. Kelly -
building should be repaired where boys have placed. At the present time there is only pole are needed also about- 50 modern mend that no action Hubert Priest I
punched peepholes in it. one door that can be locked or unlocked desks. '.
in valuations until 0. J.
from the outside. Phillips
Inspection made by: Inspection made by:
Dr. T. G. RitchM. \ The cesspool from the kitchen sink is inadequate Marshal Matchett determined, if C. F. CarterD. .
R. Williams and in a, very'unsanitary condition. Frank Williams schools by the 1957 L. Shuford -

Do You Want These Conditions To Continue in Our Schools?

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hey Will Unless Money Is ,Provided For Needed Construction, Renovation, and Maintenance.' -

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,, The proposed Bond Issue will likely require an additional I, .

tax levy'of five mills.Use table below to see how little ',.. ,- ', :

it will coat you to give'our children adequate.,) ,.. r .
school facilities. 4'i:;' .

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_. 6 Additional 5 miD leQ' fGrow' ;;,"; (
:,' ., _Assesstd.& .--.>' Homestead Net"Taxable tor this issue per 'r:>
.,.' Valuation Exemption Valuation year would cost 4 .',,:' -

5 5,000 $ 5,000 0 Nothing ::: f' ---

5,100. ,.- .. 5,000 100 .50 lo
.( i ,,, ;, 5,200 ', .. 5,000 .. 200 1.00 ,
;; L ;_,,,., : .. 5.500 ; ; *1t 5.000 500 2,50
6,000 ? 5,000 1,000' 5.00

7,000 5,000 ,2,000 10.00 r.
i. h' .. 7,500 5,000 2,500 12.50 s L.
a a '. 8,000 :0 5,000 .I f .3,000 15.00 'f ..
r x ,;r;; e sR :' I 9,000 '5,000 4,000 20,00 i' ; .J..
: 10000 5000: 5000.,. 2500 :- "
15:000: 5:000: 10:000: 50:00: .. .?,J:::.iS. .

20,000 5,000 15,000 75.00 .... .;....... .. -
25,000 5,000 20,000 100.00 .....":.a.: ...'.-;.'...f.'w a.... .:.-...; --df ;


I V'Qte'FOR the School Bond Issue on Saturday, April ::1,9't

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