Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01495
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 24, 1958
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:01495
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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+' La f. 4 )l rf, A tIi 1 1r 301 Right 0' Way]I Berries: Bringing Board- Will Move

#', L f ..rI 65 Per CentComplete :. .1 Good, Prices .

I a 4 ika4 r : Hazen i 1About 1n.Peakieek' t To Validate Bonds

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60 or 65 per cnt of the Prices held firm at, a 25-cent\\

right of way necessary tor' 30J per pint ,average this week as Issue Carries
r Ncrth our-laning has teen taken''' r
kt Bradford County's strawberry season i
care ot, according to L.'O. Hazen, !
State Road Department Official., i reached, peak production.Market __ ,_

Mr. Hazen stated thattherehad:: I I officials. said that growers J I By ySeMarn

been no unusual problems and r, could look 'forward to at least,

;people were acting fairly rapidly.I I another week of heavy yield and a
He continued that negotiations' a brisk demand for good quality Jii Heavy BallotBradford
shculd .be almost completed by berries. '
,. Jie end of this month after which I
In the six-day period, April 17-
complete report will, be made County freeholders

tY and published, in The Telegraph; 23, the 6tire, market handled I tent to the polls Saturday and

71.712 pints cf fruit, the heaviest I toted in favor of a $450,000 bond
week's Issue to finance new constructionas
shipment since
the sea
___ __ : Hearing SetOn son opened.The price! ranged from wen as renovation .and repairof
Misting buildings! in the
REi I t 121 1-2 to" 31 1-3 cents per pint coun-

} r st for an average of 25 cents. ty's school system.

Phone'Rate Several growers said they ex- Of the 1462 legally tualified to

pected 'a heavy yield through vote 1234 ,exercised their right,

next "week followed by'a lull after resulting in 758 for and 451 against -

Boost May 14thThe : which another crop would x .* the issuance of bonds.

come on. R. 'B; Alvarez, assistant ........ ,.., The ;Hampton. New River and

director of State Farmers' Mark I.'E. Clark (left) and A. L. Crosby Jr., clerks in last Sat irday's |I 3rooker precincts ,were the only
4e Railroad ets, who was at ,I three to go against the issue.
Florida the
and Public market here
I n S school bond election: empty ballot box In North Starke precinct
4? Utilities Commission, has announced this; week; said he' hoped that Lawtey>voted 135 for and 51 against -
while.Mrs. Mary Ella Ward and Mrs Lois Moore wait to start tallying ..
: that a public hearing will buying power could be held here : ; North Starve fn" and
a 5e c ,. be held at 10 a. m.. on v Wednes for this late crop which might be the vote. 205 against: South '

S l day May 14, in the 'American diverted to the South Florida for'and 104 against;

I : 'I Legion home on Temple "Ave. on market since Carolina berries JAIL ARCHITECT EXPLAINS for and 8 against; H
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"uH L"- for and 36 against The
the application of men Starke would be going'to the northern ;

The Shopportunity "31)'I>tery Girl" holds aloft prize-a ianing couponto Telephone. Co. for an adjustment' markets' by'thatv time;, for and 6 against; New

climax first awards! day sponsored by 20 cooperating Starke mer- in its rates and charges for'telephone He advised growers to pick for and 8 against: Brooker
: Roller Cores Not Used In Bars and 30 against; absentee'voteseluded'
chants last Saturday afternoon. Festivities were, .broadcast ever service furnished through every day during this period of Why '
its system in Bradford and Clay 1 for-and 3 against.It
heavy )yield harvesting from
WRGR by Sam Zavk from Barksdale's window as crowds of ,spectators one-
Counties. hair of their is estimated: that the bond
Awards Day the store and street outside. So' far, Mrs Doris acreage at.each )
thronged<< The Bradford Commis- He went to that1
All interested parties, will be picking. County on say issue will be paid off in 20 payments
Carltan is the only'winner to claim a prize tier's was $15 cash. be fully sioners received a letter from J. is no bar made, which "there)1 .of approximately $33.000
given an opportunity Heavy, rains the, first
of the
First prize of $25 and tfiird prize of $10 are still unclaimed. .At the heard at this time. week did not damage berries as Gamble Rogers of Winter Park re- cut if a prisoner has enough saw I each, including Interest, and amortization -

Draws Crowd close of award parry, the Mystery Girl was revealed, Mrs.'Joni much,expected, and quality is garding 'a recent article in The blades and his work is ,not dis charges. It will require -

Bullock employe of the Florida Theatre. Two More JoinShopportunity i described as good. Telegraph naming him as archi- covered." .an estimated additional J

Top photo shows part of the crowd that gathered In'front of Growers still tect for the County'Jail and regarding In conclusion. Mr. Rogers said of, five'mills, on non-exempt property -
are planting other
Sold out" is a phrase! not often
used merchants, but those two I I Barksdale's fir the first award day program. The second award 'day Day crops in the 'county, and every- the construction of thejail's that "a break ,Is virtually impossible j : hi Bradford County at' the
by bars.Following. if the i I i : time. -
words rang out,up and down Call I will be held Saturday, May 3, in front of.Leila's on East Call St.Merchants Sales GroupTwo thing will be about six weeks later proper precautions ,|I'present'
Alt- 'j nell charge
I 'James Bennett taken by the >ers in' School Superintendent H. p
than usual. Alvarez said. Pepper
Street this week as local businessmen new .members, blade (Gas man's -escape' Easter morning I of the Prisoners. One reason for Morgan 'said' :yesterday that, the
will not 'mature June and
voiced', their praise of I Meeting Thursday NightTo Co. and, Olen' Stores> have Joined sweet. corn will not be ready. to there'was'much concern over-'the i providing separatedayrooDlS'for bo rd'$ 'financial.agent, is' how
Shopportunity Days in Starke. the Starke: merchants' Shapportunity fact that the bars were of solid the.'felons'was' -enable.the jailer preparing the r necessary resolution
harvest until '
the middle of
Consumers seemed likewise enthusiastic Plan City's Wist BirthdayMembers Days program bringinghetotal } July.I I construction 'rather than 'a tube to'check the ,4bed.cells every for'.validation'of the. bonds to,bepresented.tothe

and ,many commented -- to 20 stores,now,cooperating; with -a hard1' steel-roller inside day1 for tools,' guns, or cut bars School:Board .at

favorably '.oh the genuine values: of the StarKe Retail hi the citywide trade promotion m king'::.sa wing: impossible. while the prisoners were' in'the- its Meeting; May 5. He.said 4t
4HourachOf.Boat '
being offered by, the 20 cooperating plan. Rogers wrote that'such bat was day' ro
.}tores .:aa. flitptraettpni..m: r Merchants._, .f:Division* \T will," -r-meet.. in .'Lktet o, ,tiJ3eaIdttr'SIade 'and Olen, ,the ** ***--4.. V. 3-7' : "egperimetitbd'stt' Lbut kiverigpas "-.>r'etml: Clerk' '. Cliaflek, '' rbJ..In' fhebohds .could: actually-lw bold

the courtroom of the courthouse other'members are: .. '; Impractical because-the'core spite? of I the Jetter; ,still' intendsrequesting ; due.to-the necessary routine, work
..Do you hold /ShopportunityDays iNaiwortby Rec versB too the saw to turn, '
tonight (Thursday) at 7:3U General Supplies, dy was heavy/or... permissiontrom.the involved; 0- -
No. 055571 A '
Coupon ? I as' well the fact that bending : '
o'clock to'discuss further develop- For Escapee Hart Furniture Co., Winkler ; as Morgansaid the board's, arch-
prize of $25 is waiting for you. and of'the' metal during. Commissioners. to write.all,parties -
warpage ,
'Moore would
itectsY Goin and
Electric Service, Elrod furnitureCo. ; : ;
If you bold No. ,049961 Jour ment of ,the Snopportunity Days ;. Victim Installation"would "cause "the'core.. concerned regarding"the whereabouts -
J & J Supp/ies/ Bul- start work'soon on preliminary
prize.Is $10. The awards may program, ana also ,to lay plans Building to bind and become firmly fixed 'of the specifications!which
of the buildings to
From Prison lington Studio &; Gift,Shop, Den- planning new
be claimed by applying at the tstarke's hi the'pipe." are misting from the' Clerk's'file.
for the celebration or
County Telegraph.Starke'a. mark Furniture Co., Gem;Jewelry, be constructed but that "it will
Bradford. 101st birthday anniversary next koch DrugStore; Leila's -Dress Francis Theodore, Daise, 28, a likely/be late fall or even,the first

.citywide' trade promotion month.. Local; authorities are'on .the & Gift Shop, Barksdale'sJ; .Bottom sailor.,Ilome :Only' three days on ock Sighted Jaycees Plan of ,the year before actual constnictiotf -

campaign. Inman Green chairman of the : Dollar; Stumps UepL Store, Williams leave from duty: in Bermuda was can begin. It-is- likely

Stores just joining the promotional Shopportunity 'Days program, look-out for Dean, Craven. who Jewelry, ltobT>iJUi ,Shep- I fatally injured ,.at'White, ;Sand By Observers May, Day D ante "s. "that one .contractor will! bid on
!escaped from Belle Blade prison Lake,near Keystone Heights last
Alvarez the entire
overwhelmed half-million dollar -
movement wwe said that all merchants, whether herd's Radio &; TV, Store, program
-by the immediate interest members of the promotion or not, "farm Monday mornnig) "with only Eagle Stores Starke Credit'.Bureau : Saturday!'afternoon :when' he fell Wednesday Wig/if/ The Annual May,Dar.ce! will, be Morgan said and will probably .
customers. Some one month remaining on his *"Tele- ; a boat' attempting to turn l require at least a year's time
showmby their are invited to attend this meeting. and Bradford County night, May.3;' at '
held Saturday
pick up a water skier. The skier 'work.
were compelled to participate in "Shopportunity Days is not de- grand larceny sentence of one graph. i I.to complete
reached shore safely, but Daise Startled, observers, -throughout: the TJSO Building with proceeds' Morgan said that four or five
the by customers looking to out All of th'ese''storelV aref
'program' signed keep anyone Green giving
year. was struck by the propeller as the Starke last night watched in'won going for a community swimming I' sites 'In southeast Starke'are un'der
:; -coupons'and specials. said... "We already: have 20 coop- Craven is expected to' come 'to profit-sharing coupons with each boat'continued to circle. der .'roctet: launched pool' I. .\ consideration for the new
Department Store, erating merchants, and would like $1 purchase or each.$1 paid, on as a giant :
Stump's Starke his wife whom he has :
as ,
The ,Navy man with his wife i Admission to, the .dance) sponsored Starke elementary school, but
advertised to make it 100 cent if account. at Cape Canaveral, climbed across
featuring a nationally per pos threatened lives here and report- '
and daughter.were. visiting at the by the Bradford County that no definite decision as to location -
brand of sheets at a bargain sible. The more members we have, edly is in the process'of getting a Cash awards'totaling $50 are lake cottage of Charles J. Jones I the night sky and' appeared to.'ex- Jaycees is $3 per coUple' and I II has yet been made.

price, sold completely out in two the better job we can do in promoting divorce.It being given away on two' Saturdays -I I of Jacksonville at'the time of the plode.It tickets are available from ,Junior I

days, a ,large purchase representing Starke as a trade center was not disclosed where the of each month. The next accident It is reported that Daise was described. by local, observers -I Woman's Club members 'as wellas
an month's supply. for this entire area. We will welcome l- awards will be made Saturday, I 301 BuildingsAre
; average conviction sittingon the side of Jaycees
escapee's was received, was the as "bright and moving at ,
Bottom Dollar likewise had tonight's"prospective meeting.new" members at Mrs. Craven who works in a May Leila's.3, at 5 p.m.' in front of I boat pulling Jones on skis: When a very fast rate- of ,speed in the The newly formed''Jaycees ;recently Being Moved

their'shelves cleared of most advertised Jones fell, Daise turned the boat organized and consists .of
The merchants also have local grocery store) is living away eastern sky.A .
specials by noon Saturday under i I I sharply ,to pick,Jiim' up and ap active, civic-minded young men Moving operations continue a-
consideration plans for a one-day from home under the protection Tax Collections blinding-white- flash was seen :
parently ;lost )his balance, falling between. the'ages of, 21 and-35, longHighway 301 in preparationfor
celebration of Starke's about two and 1-2 minutes after
Stores" like Barksdale's, Eagle! in May Plans will anniversary be ,of officers. Top, 97 Per Cent into the water. 'He was severely the.launching when the rocket Anyone interested in joining- is the four-lahing project to get
The fugitive is also being sought cut bythe propeller and it,is be- underway' this/'sumnier.
Leila's, and Olen's reported they member be
1 announced following was 200 miles out over the Atlantic invited to contact a or
tonignrsmeeting. Of 1957 Total, lieved that. these. causedhis ThE Joe'Noegel home 301
and in Hollywood. Fla, as that is th! injuries Friday I on
customers m
had come next
.many There' "was1 speculation that present at the meeting '
home of relatives. death rather than drowning. north, has been moved, and the
ask for advertised items. And the rocket blew' but the immense night 'at 7 o'clockt .
Tax Collector J. R. Kelly reports up; -
An immediate.search started former restaurant
was Joe'sprill
there was always a: reminder it Prison authorities disclosed that flash Pecan Room of the Garden Rist-
E. F. Teuton RitesE. Craven was visited members$ of that his office has-collected but the body was not recovered : was attributed to the "building is now in process of being -
the busy clerk forgot to give cou- 97.51 percent of the'total amount hours spectacular separation of the sec- aurant. -
until almost 24, later. moved.
his immediate family the day be-
P. Teuton, 81, father of the 1957 tax roll. ond stage' Vanguard from the Elected officers include: Johnny ,
pons.Alvarez of Mrs. for his escape! Navy personnel: the local Civil R. L. Morgan has cut some six
described their week-I J. R.' Bullington of Starke, died Through April J8, collections a- Air Patrol The Florida Highway first stage Thor Kopelousos, President; .6, J. feet pff Ute front of .his barber

end business as "terrifici": comparable 'I Sunday afternoon at his home in mounted to 221907.61 with discounts Patrol, and members of the,Keystone The': 40-foot.iocxet'Was' intend- McGriff, Jf'Vice'' President; shop .and his wife's beauty shop

to Easter of last year. 'I I Eurkea.. Funeral services were Fire At,.Plastics, of $'1.1'16.U. leaving $5- Volunteer Fire Department edi to travel 6300' fifes, and was. Jack Hodge.Secretary.:.and ;Treasr and, is now 'completing work of

Elrod Furniture Co.; reported aeilout held Tuesday in the Fort McCoy Starke's firefighters rushed to 855.22 outstanding.Through : joined in the search, working late termed a; forerunner of the firstrccketf urer; ; and Harry! ,,Elrbd, State Di-: I putting a new'front on the build-.

.of' its advertised special: Cemetery, and burial was hi the April of last (year, into the ,night ,and most of Sun- to the moon.Scouts rector iihg. '
on'poweri: mowers, and KoDDins', Eureka Cemetery Besides his United Plastics; on North Temple $205.972.72 had been collected ,I. '

experienced a brisk demand for, daughter here. Mr. Teuton is sur- Avenue last Friday before noon to with $6,790.56 discounts., day.CAP.. members assisting in the 1 R-, teR ,
their featured item on SWim suits., viby five sons-and three other? extinguish a small blaze,before it The deadline for paying taxes search were Lt Nelson Jones t. -
daughters. serious damage.. without a penalty was April' 1 ,
All stores participating indicated caused: : piloting a plane with observer Lt 1ra
hearty: interest on the part of Harry Baker :Lt. Ed Hussey with t '.t

consumers,'*and predicted, swelling ...,.. <,' :. k "I I ,Mrs., Hussey as- observer and Lt

cumulation ,as the next Shoppor. f;: / l James Puckett with -observer 0';

turiity weekend approaches. _J- 4"i' I Hara. The body was sighted bj

Inman Creen, chairman of the '.''.' ..: .. ... I ,Lt. Jones'" observer late Sunda r

trades day committee, states that i ," afternoon and marker dropped WinRed 1 ,
: Church ".
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any local store is'eligible and is I Deputies from the Clay Count 7

Invited to join,in the program de- sheriffs office and Walter Muni- 'J 4sasass 1

signed! : to promote Starke as a i 4 t hofer, Keystone:Heights chief oi "

Wggetjuid better trade center. A Buys i3 b rf police?vrere'dt-ttie scene ehortlj .. ta f! .# 11.; -
kcI ?, occurred andrescue I N s1li i
'' after the accident
meeting- 11 being held m the N rV IU js

r courthouse tonight (Thursday) I ,equipment of the Keystone: RibbonsAt ,., ; a b ,
all i fire department was made ,available
and members, ;and prospective f '

members 'are, urged to attend. Home i t (:i -immediately.) ,
I ytar
Fire Call 1 Climaxes t Use

Fish .Su P per-- For I .Brings" Charges. Merit 0'r : cLIM

Of Petit
For Firefighters .J Ri r ft4,. _
ota,: county :
Fire'gutted the inside rof Willie Parsonage 'owned Jbulld6zer< brought charge Showt ,

Green's house 'on Pine Street 'in I .;' ,.. of petit'larceny to Paul Crawford

Reno last Thursday night. Jr. Peach' lawfordand Davit 1

Starke's volunteers had just Tyler, all of_Latrtejr.: "
finished fishery and meeting
a' The threes mervfree" $201 0
alarm sounded shortly
when the ,
<-: bond each, reportedly took thi e Boy i Scouts' or- Troop 70 won Black Hawk patrol; Forestry Andrews Jimmy Dowling, Cal

after 9 o'clock, bulldoze;Jerked M.; front of thei r second f place{red.ribbons] on all Woodpecker patrol and Weather, Smith. Bobby mondson.. Scoutmaster
-Red" Buford and! his crew battled modern home will serve as Mr., and Mrs, Hillendahl will be '
The First Methodist Church of The house, for their own personal :us three-meTit.badge exhibits placed Rocket patrol.
three hours David Montgomery Steve
'the blaze for Starke received approval at church parsonage alter the Hillendahl's I moving to Gainesville to. further In clearing.. land and moving, in the Alachua District Merit Pictured above nor are mem-
keeping it confined inside dam and Quarterly Conference Sunday move in June. AUutilltiesand their education preparatory to entering brush. Badge Exposition at Citizens Field bers of the Troop who helped Williams. Bobby Rhoden and

causing an estimated$4,000 night to purchase the Lou Hillen- Included service for the No damage/:Was reported; however in Gainesville last Saturday. prepare' the exhibits and accompanied Dicky Edmondson.. Not present
furniture : missionary
age dahl residence at 1605 Kaiford : were, ml I ever-,- 50-gallons of. fuel, w as The three exhibits placed by them to Gainesville; Gary when picture was taken:'were Jack

Cause of the-fl 'etiu attributedto Road for an undisclosed sum.S the transaction.., Methodist Church. consumed local Scout were: Coin Collecting, Cole, Billy 'Dowling Jr.. Tommy McComb and Joe Gardner. -
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;' :; YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYWBR children cf Gainesville. Mr and Florida within eight calendar1 months has been filed against you In the THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH
Editorial I front the.! _date 'f,the first publication aliove named Court and cause and ..
7 Mrs. Jack"'Smunons' land son of of ..1hiH'notIce.. Each claim or'demand you are required to serve copy o( i\ o ? 'oJ t EST. ,1879. ;
"1 ?' o R Mountie Oak RerV'and Mrs., Edgar mutt be in writing and must state your" answer 'Or pleading"tothe com-: o 1 > ,:1
-- 0 'f. J : the place -residence and wtoffk-e plairr-'wi flw' Piaintiff'it r 0 FLORIDA .oJDEltY WEKKLT KEW8rSl -
..- IL Wilkerson and children of .
address of the claimant and mast be Attorney' Frank Landram, i' ? -
xrK 4- t iit ;_ Starke, and ,Mr.:and Mrs.J. R. sworn to by.ahe claimant. 'his agent. -01>01. p44. 'Starke; Morida y.: ) I P.tPL. r1BLJI4H 'COSTNOrLT''A4
Why Not,An Annual By Barttrm. Sue Dart Mott and children. of: his attorney or it will\ become and,fIle"the original Uie office of u'r. '
t- void the <:Ierk'of the >*'R THE SAME MART HEAD.
according to law. This April' 7, : Circuit, Court on or
A&!& &&& &i& &&L AV Frank Parker of Gainesville '- l55s. befora.the12 <' kllkkr4 l:ara Tier aid Eatrrrd as $'**... ("I... Matter
ISP CLARA MAE1 KNIGHT day.of' May Hill; a. the Pet Ofdrf mi Starke', Pla.'under Art of Mar. 1,1$71..
i Birthday Party For Starke? The. Jessie Sullivan family hadas ,visited Alen Lewie Friday" afternoon Administratrix of the Estate of Carl otherwise the allegations -of said '
:. A. Knight deceased. Complaint win be taken, as confessed Blancbard the holder:fir tile fdliow County -of 'Bradford.: State f rlor.WL
their,guest last week Mrs. Sul- I
.. 410.4t 5/1 'by'ypu. '- Ing certificates has filed said certificates ,
4'r"i.'r <. livan's mother. Mrs. Mary Willis Mrs. E. M.Lewis' and children ; Tots notice; shall tie 'published for a tax deed to be issued Unless such'cert If lout e or' certificates
of BelL and Jean Endicott attended I once each week for four consecutive thereon. The certificate ,numbers shaft be redeemed accord
'' ; NOTICE TO DEFEND weeks in, the Bradford County Tele- and years'of issuance.'the description ing to law tne
,- BRAofRD( COUMnrtCENTENNMl Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Sullivan Homecoming at the Lake; Butler Clrralt C..rt. Rradfurd C.....,.' D ted of the property and the,names In such certUfcata'or''certificateswin property described
U Chaaprrr. thi& 9 day of April, 1955.
were in Trenton on business and Methcdist Church Sunday: Annie Mae Bennett, flalntitf, vs. OFFICIAL PKAL) in which is was assessed* are. asi I be sold to the highest'bidderat
tt afternoon.. follows the court house door on the,first
Lewis Sunday Raymond, Lee ifennett,
visited Mrs. Mary Willis in Ben' Uetendant. Charles, A. Darby Certificate .No: Iii; tear'of lssu- Monday in Month of May ms,
Mr. and Mrs. Reddick Thomas Case .No. izj; ; Clerk of the Circuit Court lace 1S56.Description. which ia the S day o! .May, 19as.
FlA.WAY6'ii,1451. Saturday.Mr. ?cadre Appear '
;:. of Lake City visited Mrs. Amanda To: Raymond Le: Bennett, By Marian Crosby.; Demitr Clerk. or Property: SK'i of Dated this 1 Clay ot Apri:, iifjs.bFFlCIAL .
and Mrs. L. H. Bowers of residence whose 4/10 4t i/1 SWtt of S\\X SetZaT5 SRttName ; ( SEAL) "
: Clearwater visited Mr. and Mrs.: Lewis Sunday,aftem n. ilarket street and Road address Houston is: Texas iz n t;. I Charles A: Darby, Clerk of
-4 who You NOTICE OP APPLIC.tT10FOR In which' assessed: C L &; M. of Circuit 'Court of Bradford
kn Lloyd Wood Wednesday. Mrs, Eva Crowl of Largo, are hereby notified that a
ault for TAX IIKKD Dingfelder. .1 Cpiinty, Florida:
: divorce
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Mr. ,and Mrs. Ben F. Guest of has' been visiting her. daughterhere Notice is hereby given that Enxa M. All of said property being in the 4/3 41 4/Z4

Paducah, Kj. visited the W. E. returned, home Friday. s=.:. -- -="'=

.i Bigham Jr. family and the Lloyd Mr. Frank Tinney's mother .. .
Wood family last week. from Feredick. Md.is ..visiting he i I IGOLD'

The Executive Board of the Tinny family for a few ..days.EVERGREEN .
!'- Brooker Garden club met 'Mcndayj STEP UP VOUR
Jane Parker BaN Goods !
: ;: ntgnt.: April l4 -at thii(:home; ,

...., J i of/rMra: artGreeb: : FJnal11 preparations BAPTIST CHURCH, I If
'fdr'theFacshioh :,1rt Sunday School 10 a.,m. Preach* -- "' .
a t! flowers.:were ''cotapleted.: After big 11 a. m. Training Union:6:30 or

;, the meetink-efreshmenis'of c oot- fl: m. Preaching 7:30 p. ra. Prayer MaLE

".;.J. r id land';eOtfeetivere served'- bt lf .Unr WMnenrtav 7',n:n m ;' :: e ; ): ,
I' -Barbara Sde"and John 'payis;
coj, ,, If f i E tbar'Sue' find *John' Driis.ltari NOTICE OP 'PI'I.IrtTJO: FOB, %

r ,cf1tni'nd' !Mr1.;jd, !i.i.f' f Da.!; Coors. hereby TAX,grtven.DEED that Jlromle ni
I \'is; "'1lrfGainesrf sd'a' \ Woodard the holder of the follow
were i t>e"Ill e 1
InK certificates has filed said certificate
1a and .hi the lrafcheoHgu4s '>x f r for'a tax deed to be Issued i
I the! h i-FW; !ateisitiniili'They' :' also'i thereon.. The certificate numbers POUND il
iC4t and years of Issuance' the descrIp-
't'' i vlbltea"Mrs. 'Rl RC'arltbti. iltFltb tion of the property Iud the .jiames
1 fiij. h," In which is was assessed: are as
!: : follows:
Mrs;/ Lime.Rainey of Lake Certificjite No. 54. Year of -issuance

'fJI.u'it Butler 1 ahd'Mrs.. C lVlri' iOhnson'1 1956.Description. of Propertyr-"- Com. _at ," .
.ur ; visited theft Drbther: dsca LWatdetd SE cor of NKVi of SE', run W Z U f i : ,. '-' i !:.. -.r : .Ka
;..110'tS serfmisly fit in 'the ft for f-OB. X. Z7Z ft. W. SO'ft. S: '
: 272 ft/ k XO ft'to FOB IB Sec"U' CUT
& r "I REG.o L
Bsrto'I tjspiCala; .lI1iU 11. : ; T.1i1.i.R.K. !

F ElalCtiaJ: p' Bloodsworth and Name in. which assessed: Ruth Vera :
g i phUdfen'of Laki{"' "' 'Visited1 U nton.lAll -
I I auUer of said property being In the
the Calvin Johnson family last County of.Bradford State. of ,Flor
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---c Thursday.Mr. ida.Unless such certificate or 'certificates ( r Th.. _

Remember what was going on here about this, and Mrs. Paul Emory and ,shall be redeemed accordIng -
to law the described
.,year? baby of'Pal tka visited Mrs. Eva la such certificate property or certificates
Harrell over the weekend.Mr. : will ,be sold to the highest bidder
do but if
rse you your memory at the court house! door and Mrs. H. E.'Stokes. Mrs. in Month of leis,' tr
appen to need, a little jogging, the picBbye Monday May
.. Viola Oilli3.and Mrs. Mattie So- which .is the 5 day of May, mx. .
should ;serve the' purpose. wells attended services ,at Union Dated this 1 day of Aprn, 1551.
rds and bonnets were busting out allover -- (OFFICIAL SEAL)
Church 11n' Heilbronn Sunday. Charles A. Darby Clerk of
radford Countiahs prepared for the big Cenennial Mrs, T. W. Markey Mrs. Mat- of Circuit Courtof Bradford,

Celebration'' week, May 6-11. Seldom tie Sowells, Mrs. H. E. Stokes and County, Florida. ,4/1 U !4/U "t .

ave"'so many had 'so much fun on so great an' Mrs.Viola Gillis attended a shower -' :NOTICE OP'.APPLICATIOFOB' -

occasion. given for Mrs. Joan Eddie at TAX DEEDNotice JANE PARKER JANE PARKER LARGE
merehants'have come the home 'of Mrs.'V_ H. Eddie in Is hereby given that !:. W.
'NW.a grpup\of pur up Hares the holder of the follow-
with the idea'of having one-day celebration'an Waldo Saturday'night. lag certificates has filed aid certificates -
; Goldie Thomas was the guest of for a tax deed to be'Issued CakeDonufsxPKG. Blueberry Pie
nually on Starke's birthday. We/look-with' favoron Yvonne thereon. 'The certificate numbers
Conner in Starke
; Sunday. and of. the description -:
years .issuance.-
rk' is passe
the plan, for after the (Century m -
'Kjly Emerson of Bland was the of the property, and the names 4 t
whether it be that of a town or an individual Tllulsday' light guest pf Lmda in which is was' assessed areas ,

-each' succeeding milestone certainly, deserves ; Sue' Thomas. follows Certificate: 'ro5- %;' Year of, issuance ; OF 12 YOUR CHOICE: REG.53c:

a celebration all ..its-own. 'Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Lewis and Description 1SS4.. of Property' :. Com at / SPECIAL! 20 GOLDEN, SUGARED SPECIAL! Age

Then; too, the annual birthday celebration Mrs. Paul Faulkner and childrenof S\V cor- of XKVi!: or SE>,4 run' N OR CINNAMON' :

would, tie in well with ,the efforts of our merchants" = Starke. were. the Thursday to-400'a.ft Pt.to FOB 19U fU UlenC Nr o...IJ'ly;, punter -

.who'have ''united in citywide campaign night guests of the Woodrow Section line' thence N 99.S 'ft. toE 1... "
.' W:;Hayes S/)- thence' WJy, 657It. '
Thomas family .
'to promote: Stark as"a greater trading'center.; 'I'I. to'rH: ,sec.la thence338 SWANSON'S Just Heat and Eat ,
Since: this 1 was started two weeks'agqour Air and Mrs. Clarence..Thomas ft to PUB. :S6C..& T: d 8 K,2Z K! .
'camp of Gainesville were 'the.Thursday Name In which assessed;, J.. T. "
merchants have'already seen the benefits"'t.q Jones. Est. -/:' CHICKEN EACH
'iATI .
night dinner guests of his parents. .. ,
of said property Being In the
be'derived from'the use of initiative"and aggressive the',Benny Thomases. County of Bradford >tate tot Flor- \ [.Y- DINNER' TURKEY 59C
effort'on cooperative-basis. H +< aJ ..i > .. ', +. ONLY
jESTes ; -.Juanita Slanakercf.Stark;, i was;; Unless such certificate. ..:or certficatee BEEF : 0' ( ,
'Tge:,Retail Merchants\ Association is meetingtonight the Sunday guest of .Linda' Sue_. shall i>e redeemed according' \ ... ... .. ,.

(Thursday) ,in the courthouse ,todiscuss; i Thomas. __ *., in such to- Jaw certificate the "property.or.: certificates described I .
plans for Starke'R 101st birthday 'party next Mr.; nd Mrs. I.; Pt Temple} and'1(; will be sold te the highest bidder -
'daughter, Betty Jean of Monti- "_ at.the court house door e-n the first Drapers Grade "A"
month wish them ia their
and we every success Monday in Month of May 49(s, Plumrose Brand Genuine DutieL.0OOKED'BONELES
program. The annual celebration Would'' serve1 cello were weekend guests of. Rev. which the i day of Slay,-1P55. _
and' Mrs. James Temple.Mr Dated this 1 day of April.,SW. ..
.a double purpose keeping reminded of ourich'hltorical (OFFICIAL'SEAL) '
,,and Mrs. D. T. Grantham. Charles A. Darby. Clerk 'of FRYERSWhole
:' heritage; and at the game time I
OIor1a;'Judy'and Gary Granthamof of.Circuit Court of Bradford
serving: to publicize Starke -:and attract greater Georgia Visited feev. 'and Mrs. County. Florida.f $ CANNED HAMS
4U', flU
crowdto benefit by the merchandising values James 'Temple over' the weekend. -.. Ib

now being offered, by Starke merchants in, their 'Little Jimmy :Temple celebrated" ?a The Caantr Imdgt't- C.irt ,Of ,. 39C
his 6th Bradford Cvautf. "'I rlda. ,
Shopper! tunity Dllrs.1t birthday with a party 'of *

Center twenty. guests Prizes at were the awarded Community to Deceased.NOTICE TO .CREDITORSAll Jl, 3 pound can ONLY .199 Cut-up Ib '
: creditors of the estate of Carl 43cI'i
Pre-e guests during the games A. Knight, deceased, are hereby notified
f!'" that Were played. >and required to file any claims I
Should or demands which they may have ---- -
The birthday cake, beautifully against said estate in.the office of
Be, a ( decorated with miniature cowboys County Judge of Bradford County,
was served the guests with Ice Florida, in the court house,at Starke IONA YELLOW CLINGPEACHES LUSCIOUS" GOLDEN RIPEBANANAS

It:TIB .appropriate that this issue of The Tele- 'cte m and punch by Mrs..Temple:

graph?:'carries the news of the successful pass Out-of-town guests 'were. 'Mrs.

ing of a $450,000 bond issue for our schools, Leonard Register and sons, Lan 1ONTY' w.

since May .l has been -designated 'by President and Steve of Starke.
Mr; and Mrs. Charles :Perry of
Eisenhower as Child Health Day. Gainesville
were the dinner guests
The President said this should be "an occasion of the M. O. Harrell family. Sat

for rededication" of programs to protect and urday night. '

promote "the healthy growth of all children" Mri and Mrs. H. F. Ware of St. 'F OR.r

and certainly warm, and well-lighted, and sani- Petersburg visited Mrs. Beula ,

tary school buildings play important -part. iri HarreQ and family over the week- Halves l or 29-oz

the health and welfare of children. end. Can25C LB gc

Approval of thebond: issue, in the face of militant Mrs Clara Hazen of Starke EVERY Sliced '
visited her mother, Mrs. Lillian
opposition, was 'mo gratifying! and! proved, *
once1 again, as we predicted, several weeks ago, Cone Sunday afternoon. .i._
that when faced with an important decision. the Mrs A. 'I. Mann 'Mrs. Eugene
people of Bradford usually cast their Jot Crosby and Mrs. &: M. Mott visit- WORTHWHILE I Betty Crocker *
County *
ed, Mrs. Liza Dukes in Dukes, and A&P FROZEN FOOD
on the'Aide of progress rather than the status Mr,-Jonnathan Dukes of Fort Call BISQUICK I 4." package 43C

quo ,9r- ven retrogression. Sunday afternoon. ,

tfow'that'. L::>n ,auditorium! for Bradford High. '," Eevi and, Mrs.: H.'H. Mott and Green_Giant' 10-Ounce Packages I
School ys assured. we hope that school officIals children were the guests .of the : '

will gh= .Serious thought to constructing one that, E. O.'Elders' at Kingsley, lake"Sunr. -, PEAS 303 Cans 2 for 35G for

will rbe'rnott 'only) adequate for the present'but' ,aa"-' ,. LIMA BEANS 2 33c '
and Mrs. Aubrey Hazen and -
also meet'the needs of our expanding communityor' -
soils vUlted Mri :diazen in Ocala PURP.OSE$ Campbell's
earS ahead to the dire i
Contrary prediction'sof
; -
3 dbi *'** lI'
some, tree'are: confident that'' Starke1 ahd'BjadfonTiQounty : Pli4 f Shirley pverturff and children TOMATO JUICE 46o an 29C 10-Ounce Packages

trosper; land.;;there are.goinK.'to'tonhnue'would, *be little satisf' 'grow cU :-n'fn and? I aridMrs.!oV!.-"tf-tflPkrker Qatii visited Sunday.Rev. i A&P#"' PEAS S & CARROTS'for 2S

eefug; auditorium'' alizedtt n1r !:inrMtsf i d J
btdrgaM'of > Mr: ;> I. Ogden ofPdmpairo'fs"bisithi
]J Eo'npdn.: outgrown_and'i inadequate',in1'five'Vi('six) | Mr. and Mrs. $AQ 3.03 cans,2 for 27C I

years. ; iHTOuld be false;economy to cTltcprrieron Hettr;'Sowe11i'.:ll id'.other'relatives,... LOANSi .5 10-Ounce Packages I
'ize in order to save a' few"thous'and' !diMrs re'thla week. A&PUNIT
W6\f Urld then have to 'spend many'timeSt: the 9 M r; end 'JJrs. Henry ,Coleman, I
: '
; for
sjived, niiolint'for'alteratiohs"later.\ i ? 'It+ -1liF Qf da'rkSandra: 'and Terr8orveng ) COCKTJML' W can 23 C SPINACH 2 21c i

f*If''th 1 interest?; that''Was evoked 1 by the repentelwtiio'ri'can Y teat lr1' ay to visit the UP TO I .. .
: 'prartd"Old Opeta Saturday night I :- -- -- -- ::: :' ; .. *
maintained and evidenced j6yrlnbrfeSserl 'Iii t l'ish'imt"J."MlEnt'tr'seriousl1' Golden Detergent

> wattendance'at PTA meetingss 'byMfibelf8 ; 11 : m In Shortening OXYDOL I Sunshine 111HoCRACKERS
FLUFFO' 3 Ibs 95c giant 83c
infereJt'iri'schooractivities; all the'}way u1f' Statkho4pital and her Mb 33c
Othrthht'elettfon'bf'Ichoot: t # board TOemberSlrf'the Cora Meal1 r rrn r-"* Determent k
; Tllaughter''tromxCPrtonex Ariz is $600 Blue LabelKARO '
Bicftih' l Afsihbbl tptogr'ams! then 'ive'will'ha''' + : hom'lor' ivwhlle'MtiridlJri.'C.ecil l ::4 EELBECK 20 ozs 20c TIDE, giant 77cDetergent SYRUP jar 25c

"r &dteH!! ().tl'lhtere'stedtIa: ,\ >d1" 'unselfish'titlieii's' '' ; -.- : Melvin visited Red Dleart 7 i.' .."'. '. .., d .t, pt
'i> bg"llrn ld UnU ll<- Hood schools"as ale'buildings '''the''ft\tfewiIDahi; Fowler baby'in Milk Fortifier

1\fd" chtsit lr htinilei l'itf ei' k ep"ouHc ols I icbifsfaillTylftrtn1tid the fStarke. 'l1', 6pital Sunday DOG FOOD 1 Ib 15c CHEER giant 67c BOSCO 12 oz jar 37c
; L' ifterhooft:: *; '* Find Us -she' "' JaJ r tT? r.- I
; "Folks Friendly"LOCAL
Larr '
J kith+''t}'e lesame'degree"o elt !' Detergent- Regular HormeL

tt i h\' see hbtt .th' i i tieforc'-'a bbhd isstse9"r i il chfldtta''Mrjuid! visited Mrs- Dewey rth> G.Fowler W.'Davis and JYORY SOAP 2. for 31c'Medium" DASH 25 oz pkg 39c SPAM 12 oz can 43c
l Vome1dttlefscil) } ithe Y *K6iildMth ( heter''akaTh' gilt amnr.afid'thVEdd: Polk family FINANCE. sLze-i_. ', Detergent .. '1' Toilet SoapCAMAY Regular
;, thhille ntdrable tate'of tfiSretair th txl5t5ThfiTFrptehlber'Democratic I '5Atilfdiyvliftenioon. 'r -- I IVORY SOP 2 for 19c
mli"f't'4lj' ilia, H4 lF tt DREFT regular 33cLiquid 2 for 19c
'tllo' 'ttf.'t'Ht Hl\ i
't. ., .\ > .] 'lord'odjP 'rlsh Is seriously l ,., .
-1 ..... w...w..- .J IL""tt h'ith le .. COMPANY Wrsbral Size ] r: tntjy.QRyQAg } J kmis! .l *'si '' Toilet Soap Bath Ban

primaries schedule Mrl and 'Mrs.: JB.,Mott andwins -. '. : '4 f forage j.QY "! ?2 oz c an_ 39c CAMAY 2 for 27c

has thro\ni lii 'bff stride: '\Vheii'the1 primaries ;; were tne luncheon 'guests:of 114 N. WaInutSti: Gentle Cleanser Regular 1 Lb Pkgs Mule -.
it: t'e MA in Map Jthh politicians knew whexi they : ''Mrs. 'BrooK Perrymaa'ia O&inea'vllle -
IVORY SNOW Ige 33c SPIC 'N SPAN 2 for 34c BORAX Ib pkg
andstatt tunday.'t.; ((3 Doors from Post Office) ..
going to' running; iin4we > .
were apnoimce -
Deodorant.Bath Ban .:... -f ,;
ahd'Mrs. Cleanser
Mr. Mott celebrated Regular 20 Mul Team '
newspaper ha;'V8mnd some]notion aBout!> whjen: Mr. M6tt's 71st birthday and Phones 580 and 531 ZEST SOAP 2 39c .
2 for
Atnrt. wljnr f 29. BORAXO 8 oz
,tp, tJf"on the subject. .NQw, it Mr Mott'k 64th birthday 'plus can 23c
will .probably. Jfe 5ib \ t.June:befllre.we ge\thinCJ their "Ilfct weeding :anniversary Mrs: Marguerite Hall., Deodorant.=-.K gular Bars: Scot Slargarine '' q'** l

going hero. Tn other words: politics and the Friday at a,dinner given by'their Manager ZEST SOAP 2 For 27c TISSUE 2 for 27c NUTLEY Ib 19c

weather will heat up simultaneously.-Milton children. Those present were: Mr. I

Gazette. and Mrs. Hershal Laifield and oJ :---" =-




TIIU@slw"'AP1iiL;; 21 W5S .! ___..-_ .__.,,__,._ _. Iro, FTT TN" \&f5, BTABKE, FLORIDA ___ __
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yyyyJJyyyy, yyyyyy !,yyyyyyy.yyyyyyyyyyYWyyy! unti) furthe' ground worJ.i| dojjf httw. !les,. iiay ue t'r: continue; pray for. not held this week as all of our as guests Mrs. Harrel's sister Mrs the hospital las

in th.e form of building} codes, NWradioi.equjfpnent ; :, E4ruiie. 1 @1J'! ., ,weekendguests ouf.'sidfe..Mrg ladies were-busy getting ready for Louis Martin-and .children of The J. G.: CaldweUs F were b

KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS ah. alternator, .te\her son, and family g. L COz..and ,
'daughter, the Achievement Day and Dress Green Cove Springs, who came on Fairfield on Sunday} aftern oa
wil| bf installed;\ Jhj the Police' ear.A of.Ii\\ ka.Mr. and ||ra. Warren |4nda. visited her.other daughter: Review, which took place I in Friday and returned home on visiting relatives, M this time

B j Bin. J. Qusaell Young .WW >fe &ibodfor *J IM\ IScobleJ' Kelly and baby daughVi )Marilin Sunday a(;emooj\at her Starke on-Thursday'atternoon, at Sunday. they called on Mr. and Mrs. 8.,: E.

. . _. .
AAAAAIAIIAIIIUU.u.u.-, "' tjuck ,was,. authorized,' the .truk ter.. .. Y0ee Ha at the Univ -
\ q Dormitory the
--- r. } > Woman's Club. Ten of 'our Mrs. J. S. O'Guin and little Mack. Mrs. A. G. Tongue 51.Ir.
Centennial "Sentinel"We -------.a" 1 te tQ. "? rcte 4 fron} a Patatka {,,'\\1 I Mrs. Henry T1iorntarr'aSatuidaz ersity iij Gainesville and'enjoyed members took part in the show sons of Jacksonville have been and Mrs. A. G. Tongue.Jr, nd

can report the Saturday permission ganization. of the sponsoring of wading! l o'1 JU _? A night visitors ;were Mr. !J. 'Open.} House" with .familiesfriends and six ladles modeled dresses visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Emery Defli1.. '
The cottages The Council w .O1.recoft. atefldojiuni I.IMF. Tfl.. J, Thornton and and of
+ other
evening Fireman's } students. that they had made. We also had J. N. Bradley .for
great success. Costumes Party were was in a strictly able for for families and not avail\ ( Lt11S, l r, 4n4 Mrs. Roy 'Clemonts', three little girls show their pretty Mr. and Mrs.the Vance past Gieg'erand twoweeks. !T!! TTTTT ;!ttyitttY1L
groups. tee .and adopted a'resolutionj&i Wk #+ots aid baby oJaclrsgnrtlle.Xtsited | i thonojed with a surprise\ anjUyersary .
keeping with the "Centennial" Brooklyn Civic Association tq.; : effect \ rf Easter dresses. Mrs. A. C. Belche, Mr. Reese Bradley, also ofJacksonville '
with her
spirit! ,. and 70 parr supper last Tuesday Mrs. James Mere and Mrs. A. J. the of
some .
guests guests
enjoyed T were
'a really gala occasion. A highlight MeetA N oq.bl ,, !, ;. "(, its,, lItand. l qtrs. ,Ernie Johns nigh t',Those enjoying this lovely Green had their dresses chosen Mr. and Mrs. Bradley cm Sunday. nlV.At.
meeting of the Lake ,:f "fry"ake the !Ist ova> the. ekend. ,
} of the evening was the or- Brooklyn 1 ,. .. occa$oq.'and helping, Mr. andMr's among the best made ones. Mr., and Mrs. Carl Kirtsingerand by Blanche
Civic Association will thaw} ,week-Greg.Hams, usin Othej guests la the Ernie John's
be '
-' held op c" a ( > Clemons. celebrate their 22nd Mr. and Mrs. J. had
ginal skit written by Charles Mc- black} caught A. Green son Rodney left on Friday to .& &&&.&&.&&.... ..\ .
Glave who April 26 at 7:30 p. m. in the Woman's eet a3H; ftu,!bass hojinX byerhf.:weekend here Mr. anniversary: were Mr. and Mrs. as weekend guests their daughter .
the event served. with as cochairmanfor Bill: Beam Club. There will be a dijcussion ion? Ws>oc* to !**,'. geneva.im and .Mrs, Marrl* John and faintly frank 'Parrish; ani} daughter 'of and son-in-law.. Mr. and Mrs spend, Mj. and weekend Mrs. Carl with Kirtsing his parents Mr. and Mrs. Eddie: Thomas '
of and ? W**?? caught a W Ib,.bass..Jacksonville. QJ 'adfsop tW e ; Mrs '\Yiniae
Members of the entertainment ways means of ,: Miami a d Mrs. and Mrs. Eu- Eugene Brady and two children Sr. in spent Sunday with their friends
c committee were clearing Gator Creek to permit jlgreater" ,. visitor.Mr.. W s1d- Jaime..an 4 % and Mrs. Gene': ge t\\e I Schaeffer .
: George Sunday afternoon.
flow"of 'water from'Magnolla. ron caught bis limit of speckledperch" Rhodes and.Jan lY of/Pla"r\t pity.Mi. '
\ !
Lalje } \ :BlaRdjnkMaY CV 's rich blessing
Richard Cunningham Brady returned to their home on Thomas is a retired B&Q railroadbrakeman.
Ralph .. Mr. and Mrs. L. W; Pace spent
to"Santa he and Ofli
The public Is invited to Ft. regUteredhs Mrs B. U attended be upon v" 0.-" 'IS you walk I .
Bryan Akridge. Sunday and little Kay remained in formerly of Cleveland
Games Jacksonville
and danc- Sunday visiting
attend and lend. a hand .in this. catch, attutledee'a Pik a gi!Icnif Saturday, at. Manatee t \ !toother
1 yfe-'srcjd! : for visit ,
ing were enjoyed and there was a Camp7"Also in'honar'otthelnsurance a longer with her grand Mrs. Pace's sister and brotherinlay I Ohio and now residing to Jae 9nI -
Springs given
project. marking up thpircatot Farmer's .ri tv: George
midnight "snack." parents. Other visitors of Mr. and I
Mr. and'Mrs. J. H. Haggood.
Rotary Assembly And D tietConferenee {I'tt' Rwfledgefs"were! Mr. and Agents by the Ga1nmuteDiSbici 'iv1'' vUle..Mrs.
b cai-eiess
: ? in
: ;
If this'affair was a sample of << : : Mrs. Green were Mr. and, Mrs.Paul Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Clark of : ..Kmma Lamorfauz will attend *
Mrs the nlisular"L1f
: from Kentucky of p
Held Augustine Spooks who
In St. e.ttck
i fqr possibflityfprewwqrms. '
Wi\tfh ;
the results by Dobbs and'their four children : the Baptist WMU contention
produced this committee were weekend ViSitors"at. the! Insurance. CojEnpanj. : Hialeah spent the,, weekend herewith
then-we'can all look forward The Rotary Club of Keystone Lakeside -j 9f; Even though, a who spent Saturday 'night i their daughter and on-in- in Tallahassee.
:'to this Saturday's Square Heights Fan well represented! .af\ Cottages. They caught Coprtulations a : extended positiv rasp; has!,: not; been found and Sunday'with them. :law, Mr. and Mrs. Walker E. I Walter Forsythe has been cabled
theft Ujaif\ \ of bass 1$ Lt$gt s.4 M- 4 M. amtr ,,11\9.to assurance
Dance at the Beach as an eveningof the St. ufusiine meeting. During rreva por\h of' Lgpsbwg there_ is no Mrs. Emma Rivers of Auburndaieepeot ? Wood. t for Jury duty this week in Green
morning's flood catches are regprted from{ who are proud: parents of aahdsome"fiht'an'd that 'there will be' hone. '
session :
Saturday !
? T.
; l
lots of fun Cove Springs.
for everyonend half i | } last ,weekend with her Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Turner'and
amton pound
Martin spoke the kerJm, sheU\ frac>\l! \ a The| ascnls here so keep a close
a really affair. 'don't on Keystone f Mr. : Hugh .Lucas. Is expected bpne
nice forget ers.ania. feass baby boy' bola Tuesday"mdrninifftoe and( son-in-law, and children Brant, Kay and Vicky,
Saturday"evening, April 26, Heights Club and the afternoon greater numbers arp than r most rt.eag. 9endale'Hospital' in' Pa- fpectionrschedule\! !! and report to. IDs: P. S. Crews.. This' week she were Sunday dinner guests of Mr.' :this week torn Miami Beach
Al Nelson years "fitafe and Federal Gov-
spoke. Frank u
'' The
with George another !where hi has the
Schaefer 'as chair Keynotes latkaT May .the Good Lord bless behind is visiting daughter, Mrs. Alice Anderson ia Starke. spent winter
Dim and the committee Richard responded, to the welcome: :at Repent ajd 'and ernmpijt are really. this D. L. Shaw, in LaCrosse. Mr. and Mrs. Mack A. Sweat, : Anyone at Lake Geneva and |,ft-
Hiq t''I\lestsqf the} C. L. Sipes cgi's'forfthe f young baby min, Aping out this pest.
\ District
Fellowship Plo
Cunningham, Akridge Ralph its happy ; Little Steyle ;'Crosby 'came on Miss' PatSy Sweat and Mr an :Rae who haS: news for the Paper
and' '
were Mrs. family.
.Sunday evening, j Gordon tllri W. ..Qyess"Chat's I all! for this time,
Bryan. Bill Beam''Charles", ;- and Th or '"'Mf."and Mrs.: Comelious Moore Friday and was the guest of his Mrs. Jessie Durance and Mr. and !please contact Blanche 'Cunningham
ntpi of
: 'ReynpldsvUJe Pt\ 9od bless l each of bye '
Glave. Remember, proceeds from Adam4 session tqld the. group,at\ the %fter- The'Thorntons stopped over on and Mf-: aAd Mri! mm\ M89.r? maj, you grandparents; Mr. and Mrs. '0. E. Mrs, Doyle Varies an W ;Jackson-j phone 3001
of the now.
Fire this Department affair"all go;_ our. Volunteer. .>achievements nopq on of the Monday Club during thpjr. way..home- r a)vac tjpn and .fa' mILY visite4 Steinhatch.eeRiver Croslyf( unil.Sunday; Mr. and{ } ville visited Mrs.. RosW Sapp in I Lutheran Services

the at New'Smyrna1 Beach Rv. Mr "euidjy\ afternpop.. Mrs. Sherman'Crosby visited than Raiford on Sunday.Mr. .
year. 'TT
Fish Fry on May also put Attending from Keystone Thornton is. a former Pastor of Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. .yYYYYY.'J' on Sunday an.4 to returned home and Mjs/J, J;.5 fid W' ands and 122. E. WIW1InIfo'8t., .
on by the Hre IUAftm ...There + with them.Mr. Linda in Gainesville this I Regukr"Beirvjcejwta/ U held
the Sl : .; ; R9fi. Clemans.w ,w m:Mr...and.Mrs.Parrisl were
Will be fire works! appropriately Heights Adams were, M Mr.;.''and; and Mrs Mrs.!.Al Nel-Gordon -. ,, 01 Wt:14: : J\,, ,1 e aaad ;J .;. !" and daushter{ of STATVE FAR and ){r$. J. t{. Wallace weekend. They alsQ:visited( .Mri: I" every 'Sunday. afternoon at 1:30pclock :

enough! This will also be held at $on. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Watkins M.CY. pf"iltiueeeues4 -. 'Wa' visited Mr. and Mrs,.Bryan WJiit-} Edwards' father Mr. T. B. Edwafds ,- ; Sunday: Sciooi i dad Confirmation

the Beach. Mr:'and Mrs! Al Watson, Mr. and M >week ft| Mr.! tnd Mrs. 1M. _iAl'..at4! Mc!. ., W iqi \ By Sirs. J.0. CaldweUAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA field in Campvple c$ Supday in Brooker. I classes at 9 oclock.I .

We hope to have pictures shortly Mrs. E. T. Martin, Mn and }frs. J." 'n.l"nn_ .,.'c. .'.". .' ... .,_'_,. "." Ut ." .tronI\ afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. MIlo Friends of Mr. R. M. Caddejl I. f Rer.:l Mjron Q.: liider! pu-
of our two entrants for the }, > ..in.liiss r T nT1 TI ZI jyxr ft. r t know that he is in for of The First Lutieran,C&urch
R. C. Crawford and Wally'Muhl- ;, Cal.FaadM ss.AaTiei. &,adiotd County 'ftogpitil! t.t Seigier were also\\ their guests on will regret to
Beauty Contest soon.?? ? hofer. _. Toyed a Tit M.-4 h, M aPd.i Linda Gasktnswho The regular meeting .of our Sunday. the hospital in Lake Butler for .of 'Ocala. 'Win' 'conduct toe
I = T *
The Firemen really "have it" The new District Governor R4 aAA fi41i The .has been ill with__ the_ meal- Home Demonstration Club was Mr. and Mrs. Pete Barrel} had I I treatment. Mr. Caddell entered services.up .
this week l --*M* Mt+-r- *-+- -** ,
-they won over the -
Club Rotary Jake Gissendaner of Chattahoochee -'I $tift.n.s! -Ye: theire! \ away =;;- -

Friday Dessert the night And in: Card by one soft Party point ball game! on Keystone official'yisit'will, has Heights promised; be' Club.that made his to' .first the.1.. 1E Ipg having! to Iq.W'.spent 3radenton.scare: ,tie., 9x9'v4tiot, .. n r.};1 ; ithk on COKE and these quick-fix foods and be ready to give

dessert card. party given Ur..nl4 Mrs.-d.1J., Childrenftf
CAP Adds New ... :
Members 0 ,
for' the benefit'! the building | New members recently added ,tq pIyracuse, ZL)'Y' griie ,Weelen. 0 o b C .' a E a 0 r
project of the St. Anne's Church .
Louis .
was the roster cj the CAP are Bob La- .' sKle v s ?.
a afternoon delightful affair of Thursday pinski of Hawthorne T.' J.'Haw Airs, S pert Pawl.!i Deetfifwad !
and evening. The \
kes of Lake Swan: Sgt.: Paul pie guest last week of Mrs. -
party was held at the home of 0u 0 0
Mrs. J. D. Henderson..Mrs* Hen Holmes of Keystone, and Al Sullivan Alpert Eacbtnan. r1t\
derson of Lake Geneva.. Jn, !and Mri E4,ar offered her
home after a \ The' CAP are.rtsiion. at \ .Harry Lloyd C 0
local participated In y
change in plans several days prior. C w 4 o qRf ,
the rescue mission connection n h OD\\9 Ba Ike gpng1a} :..O.Mf.s. \
to the party. Hostesses for the oc- J
eaSton with a weekend accident on Sandy ; r Prastileitionday | Uoa-
were Mrs. L. P. LaMee,
Lake. Lt. James Puckett Lt. |ki night lot iwwa. Hi )4r&
Mrs Carl Fendrick Mrs. GiffordGrange' ,
Frost has been winter 'Visitorin
Hussey and flew
Nelson Jones
and Mrs.. Henderson. A ''
Keystone freights for the
planes the in
over area the effortto
number of favors and and
prizes locate the body "of the drowned several weeks the house guest,, of
contributions were donated by the the David Nelsons.
person.A .
business firms..
'. Board Meeting on Friday Members of the P.e.F'\ $ 0A
Each table was presented a
Fletcher High School, Jacksonville
prepare a new manning
for high'SCOre
prize and each
table for 'reassignment of the Beach were visitors at the Morning : -
received favor.
guest a -
membership now active in the Worship Service of the Community -
Gold Bead ,Branch State Park Church on'Stind '. '"
Attracts Over 2,000 Visitors Red Cross Exceeds Quota Mrs. J. C. Detweiler was'a.weekend w.
All'14 of the cottages in the visitor a
: -- The Clay. County Chapter of in Keystone.
Park occupied this I
were pastweekend
The Ge rge'MasSa
American Red Cross announces family visited -
Five Scout groups and that Keystone Heights..,has exceeded the home of Mr. and Mrs. John ,.
one church group camped in the Croft and their 'new
Quota given Thisis !
Park; On Sunday 1,323 persons Sherry Ann; 'Savannah \ie'r.ihe"
the fifth year Keystone Heights. '..
were in the Park535 campers. weekend. r "
has exceeded the quota. <
These are statistics 'which prove Col Emma .Vogel and all of her I Jacksonville! ,,visitors at tCV-
State Park is
.that-our attracting
faithful workers have receivedthe J. GrcUc'k home"6ver, the week) :
niany_people to this area and thltthe' I, .
epd were Mr. .Z'.t
congratulations of E. Q. and 'Mrs", if P.
personnel at Gold Head are
Nagle. Fund Chairman for Clay Woodruff; Mr.: and I Mrs. Robert
taking good care, of their many '
visitors. County A. R. C. W. Kidd and Mrs. Ne.il'Wton! '

The Girl Mrs Slater. Smith Executive Friend of S. E. Mc ax are
Scput visitors were Secretary states that it is gratify.I glad to< learn that he C; has'rgtura-;
70 Scout >
Scout Troop Boy Troops
ing to work with Col- I ed home after an sta
Jack Camp! extended ,
131 and 132 of sonville.
she has the interest of her community the} Riverside
Fire"Girls," Camp'etaPan1d \\n ; Hospital in ZacktoryylUe :
at heart-and the work .
Mr. McKay 1$ makingprogress )
the Royal "Ambassadors, and Val-
ers as well as the citizens of Keystone ,toward and is
lan Knights 'of the Mayfair Bap- : recovery
tist Church Jacksonville were anwnjr Heights should feel that able to be up part( of.the time.D.Sr' ., ..
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have done their for f
they part ,a.L Lloyd Singley left Friday 41
the.campers.. great cause." by? plane for 'a visit with' his PLANKED FI H F FILLETS Tusk frozen fish' l fillets l!. J spread. .with prepared Y

There is no charge for campingfor The Chapter also wishes to son, daughter-in-law apd new read"stuffing, ,troll, fasten"with.toothpicks. Dot with butter, bake on pjankunta"afintosf

church or Scout groups if they thank Al Nelson board member grajidbaby in Houston? :Texas.. Ha done. Border with instant mashed potatoes: ,'return to qye 'until 1

are under the supervision andKEYSTONE from Keystone Heights, for his; will also visit bi$. ,daughterinlaw's bprdef fcrqwni Arrange.peas on plank.. So festive served L with the bright sparkleYour
,. interest in the success of the Red "
.- ". 'parents in I9tllas. o( Q Qc cc1.
Cross. _
The Rev. Alan Batt of Ot. An
Notes From The Council Meeting:
JEWELERS An ordinance adopting the F ne's Church has been invited to is featuring these foods now !
attend the. grocer ii
Florida Model Traffic Code will meeting of the Col .. ..., a -
Expert Watch Repairing .
lege of.Preachers In
be presented to the meetingof
Quality Line Jewelry the Council upon nes recommendation D. C; He will be there for a week Wen you xran; ta turn oiittm\ etra4pecial dis i and time is short:"' that's. -

1-Walter M.\ Muhlhofer-\ of Mayor Beasley. The Fire Robert Knox Principal of the when your,plentifully stocked paatry t is real Wising 1 Then quick'a.., i*tH.tTuu TM |->u..wm KT uql nu-ua COHUM.

Ordinance could not be adopted Keystone Elementary 'School will .",oast tm AAA0".like tee are f\ntl**.! C!*% shop! Yow; grocer's for canned goods,

attend the Florida the three Education day meeting Association of frozen foods, es..And don't, forge your favorite sparkling dkrjn-

NEED A BOOKKEEPER? beginning on Wednesday: -of this Coca-Co1a. If there's one. thing that, adds distinction to snacks, meals, ,

week. The meeting is at Miami desserts. -it's Cokerso |0od in i taste,'in such good taste! I
Open Checking Account Keeps Beach. Adlai Stevenson will address

the session Of Florida' edu-
Records for You cators.

Mrs. Alice H. Magee died Tuesday
... at the. .
at her home in Wittman;Md.

KEYSTONE STATE BAM She is the niece of E. E. Stitch..

berry; of Keystone Heights.

Keystone Heights, Fla.
Member F.D.I.C. tyyyyyyyyy yyyyW YY

A Friendly Bank in a Friendly Community


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Mrs Harvey McCarthy

NEWS &,&.. .a... .'A. .a&..'AfAAHi. &..., I II

Everbody hope all my I
neighbors are enjoying this lovely

weather..Its so., nice to see the s j

children! playing in short sleeves
l a\ home .
and getting brown aa little In

.' .......- dians. And while the<<; kids are hay ..- ..,.. **J ft. ".*' ** sr '

in your car ., ,. ing the sun older, folks are busy FRUIT I WITH(CtjSTW: SAUCE; y So quicknocooMflglAnd -, : F VEGETABLE PLATTER-CHEESE SAUCE.. 'BARBECUED $ !LEFT MEAL. Arrange

wherever on' planting gardens and carrying on pieets will really be impressed Sen'e frozen. or.capped waxed befns, aspara- sliced luncheon me t, canned corn and cooked

you are, big!scale farming. A lot of women when you Serve Heap chilled canned fruits. gus tips, corn.Add easy, i instant mashed potsrice in skillet Pour liberal amount of barbecue

.' are farming working, too.beside. Onjt fine their lady, men aIda in into a howl, ppur.itf! IpStant vanilla puddiiig tots and a ramekin 'of stewed t matoes. sauce--over meat. Cover, and ,hf at, {ja Jpjiof

.very dear friend of mine tome f of>fciuce.; Iremi"up Fjth a(toppint
': last week -. "it's, work' \rtth 1 tpistp tlmorifis. ftemember' =dessert time; is unique! good, taste of 'Coca-Cola'helps cornquertehng! Coca-Cola! So alvays be sure ou

,1 WRGR : strawberries in. the morning[ and ;'a jocjd eJQtfloo4 >{fe 9!.Coke iEnjoy plete> the meal. Coke-acclauned.. 100 :have plenty! of Coke on hand.' .

work 'with the* greens in ,the -'. .die, cold; crisp taste Of Cpkk! .. 9' .' .. countries of the\ world. -

afternoon and the family washing J ., ,

1490 ON YOUR DIAL and ironing at night; Yes sir, ; ., .

it is a busy time for all The ones .J- !:{ < t f' :

not engaged' 1 in' farming'or pdening ? > ,S ;. .... ,'. -. ." ;T'. y.J .
THREE MINUTE\ PAILY: \- ,. VVt. '. ,--. I.
SUMMARIES : are' toiling with their : '.,, .f?,' 1.:,' ,: '.t ,'j .;; : --
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flowers and 'pl nts. The people -.v ,. 'm t ti r- I. "''''' .
7:00 A.M.\ 12:15 PM 6:00 PM ... ,
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of our fair community- surely '. ." .: ; '. -: .; ;. : .t : : ., _'
with CHUCK DETfTTWELVE haven't"taken the Spring Fever. : :

They 'don'r nave time' to, be 'or : fl KE ifitli6 H.tttI1t: : '

even fee1. lazy. ,
We had visitors ,from. Green :. .' .. I" 011I-\.i' ,'.... !).. :t."" i, ..

(QN THE: HOUR ., PLUS Cove Springs and Miami enjoying : ot: :" \

Church Services Sunday. Hope : : < gijt"Qt'L .. r .
4 they' \etiirn.. soon and weve 4 > .' .
: ttnd ; .
( Jg'S6J1nd in Music "
aij invitation to others tfj : : '
2s. visit witii'HeUbronn Churchwhenever'you'cah. : :; ,<.. .
f ->; '. : .-Rro L1R KING{ SIGH 'OF GOOd TASTE
On WRGR The,Starke Station .. Remember, ,i..'it'l'.. "'f.. Ir' -i .f e I ""Y

gular worship on Sundays an ..vnJ. ( .,r.cutfiorify bf TK* Coca-Cold. .Company i"JoftU by STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY.
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_' _, Tr'T WItA.P..8T. .FLORIDA THURSDAY.. APRIL 2-(., 158
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T I ;
>r S biospitalAuxiliary; : :; :: Party Is Given. Police InstructedIn

; Elects' Officers' : "..'- !\] For Four Young Use Of Forms,

.. For..Coming Year f Honor GuestsThe For Accident ReportsCpl.

Brooker' _

The Bradford County' Hospital Catholic Recreation Hall Carlos Musgrove of the

uxlliary'held a general membership was the setting for a delightful Florida Highway Patrol gave the

....., meeting .the 'Woman's G"tdn: party last Friday evening when Starke Police instruction on the

':,.'_ ''I ",' ".: tidjs''Maoty''i: Club on 'Wednesday.. April 16, at Mrs. J. D. Seymour, Mrs. Charles use of accident report forms at a
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..1"1 _I. 'OF II" _" '1"1' WI_,' .. I_._,r 0. which:.time:the following new officers Darby Mrs. Carolyn Redgraveand meeting of the police in the City
.W A for .-coming-year w reelected Club: Hall Monday afternoon.
DCT' Mrs. E. A. Han entertainedfor
Glut Members, :Woman's Club Wins. :' President, :Mrs; P. G. \ their sons. Hallie, Seymour Investigation of the accidentwas

Hosts"'"ptx Teachers Recognition Felos; 'Vlce'President.Mrs.' Mack ;q Mike Darby Wayne Kinney and stressed rather than a report.
Futcb: Secretary, Mrs. H.,H. -Adams '$ ges ? Robert Hall. Musgrove explained the workingof

'And!Em"ploy\ -rs At::State.MeetingThe ; Treasurer Mrs. J; M. Smith: The hall was attractively deco- Patrol Center in Tallahassee
R and-to$ the Board of Directors,-for rated with streamers where I. B. machines are .used to
crepe paper
.. Memtis :jatl&' %$radfptd t)Jt1th< -, S Woman's Clubwon. Flower
I < : : : a three;year term.; 'Mrs.- W. L.; balloons and Spring flowers The record data.
Schoor DCT ClUb sere.hosts to I recognition in two divisions at the Blair. or 'J' ___ same blossoms centered the long "Every: licensed Florida:! driver

I their employer and' teachers' at .State convention of the Florida During the' meeting the sound ;T ; -" t -x refreshment table where Coca- has a file there" he explained,
: adelightful; banquet' in; the high < : $now 'w '
,Federation 'of'Woman's' Clubs In projector. and screen; purchased Colas cookies and nuts were ser- "whether they have ever had an
I school:T cafeteria: last, Thursday bY the; Auxiliary for the use ,of w '. accident, or not." '

1 evening at' 4 o'clock.. steak'dinner St. Petersburg,last-week. the doctors, was'on display anda ved.The 50 young guests enjoyed, With the new.financial: liabilitylaw \

I was 'served at'the:::attractively 'Mrs. A. Russell"'.Norman, presi- letter of thanks was read. ;:from .-- dancing to the record player. I it Is necessary that all accidents -
,. arranged' banquet tables which dent of'the Starke club, who attended the Secretary of the, Hospital be reported accurately as
were decorated the club iolozsi ; ,'IbeGarden'C1ub of :Brooker members-in surrounding, com who presented the flowers to:those
the convention receivedthe Staff'Dr.-A. J.-Barry. to damage etc. Since data cardsare
i Souvenir programs:were used at awards'at'the luncheon" held The guest speaker Mrs. C. 'C. staged its :first annual flower munitiesi taking part.'Standing Episcopal Youth handled by machines all

each place setting. Wednesday, Apr.,16.-at the'Vinoy Mendoza of Jacksonville, SpOkeon show Sunday afternoon 2:15: in Pictured from left: to right a- in background are: Group ReorganizedA names, must be listed exactly as

p Gerald Norman, crab president, Park hotel Mrs. ,Joseph Bryan. the duties and obligations of ,the-Prooker,school..auditorium. bove are,,those'taking part in!the Mrs., Lyold C.: Wood, tleftl, president on the license.

served as master,of ceremonies. State.Chairman of.the Art.Divis the Auxiliary: to -its hospital., Based on the, theme' Flowers: tableau:"' Luahne Thomas of of the Brooker Garden Club, reorganization meeting of the Recently Musgrove attendedSupervisor's
and ,the/invocation: ;was. given: by ion, presented the, Hobby Artist, After.the meeting a program ,of And,, Yow:: 1rsemble;';the .show '' fum Youth Group of. St. Mark's Epis-' school at Tallahassee,
Starke flower 1 girl Sandra Cowen and Mrs. E. -K1 n, who di-
: : ; '
Rev.' JackMabry.of Madison depicted bouquets,
the : corsages
: Honorable/'Mention Award to Mrs. dancing was presented by pupils copal Church was held Sunday the puprose of which is to instruct
Street'Bapttat.Ch1l1"rh. Norman for":Ibe Bridge" paint- !. of Miss Patty Harrod., 'Refreshments arrangements 'appropriate for of Lake Butler, grammar school! rected'and staged the'show. night April 13, In' the parish Highway 'Patrolmen in policy arid

I Short talks on the DCT Diver ing entered:.by Mrs. C. L. Scholl, were served'by the 'hos- each stage of a woman's life from graduate:. Frances Frugoli, High At the conclusion of, the program house. Hank..Graham was, elect new laws.

: tlfied Cooperative-Training] program past president,the Starke club. pitality committee.' girlhood through'marriage'and on I Springs ,high school graduate;II III punch was served tn. the ed president of the organization, ,Cpl. Musgrove said that the

i were given by B. Payne, Mrs. C. L; Menser; first vicepresident to the later' years. All,flower arrangements Mrs Gerald Dukes of Lake Butler auditorium with Mrs. W. E. Big- and Mary Noegel bras named sec policy of FlIP was to cooperatewith

principal of 'Bradford High of tbeF.; W.. C.. presented were created by mem- .. bride;.:Mrs.,James Temple Brook ham Jr., past president, presiding. retary-treasurer. .At the close of : all local law enforcement
Schoqt;: i ;' ..01b8anlf1Upervi the-Honorable-Mention.Award to NU'rsing'Unit bers of the Brooker Garden Club er.; matron: Mrs. Rosa Pinholster., Ushers were Linda Gayle Green' the .meeting a weiner roast was bodies:

r; and 3. E:COst Uo;; director Mrs.- Norman" for..The Programand elects OfficersAt and invited to wear them as mod Brooker;grandmother; and Misses' Mary Jane Bigham Barbara Sue enjoyed. In thanking Cpl. Musgrove for

u oi th? program which Is m .Yea*.Book contests.. els were daughters, of'garden'clubYoung Hilda Harrell and Nancy'Green, Davis, and Linda Ann Gainey. The next meeting will be held his help Mayor Jackson said "You

Its.fhsfrea,4%Br lteUHigh( Supper MeetingEleven Sunday, April 27, when the mem- and the other FHP men'have cooperated -

School __ ;_1 "_ People I HDC AchivemenfDay Winners bers will see "The Ten Command- with the Starke Police
Jack P.-.MejJlenan..,: Supervisor First Baptist members of the local ments," 100 percent.
Area 1 Dl tibutive'snd\ Cooper. nursing unit met Thursday'nightat Enjoy Ha ride
Circle,Meetings ,Sponsors of the Youth Groupare
7:30:: o'clock in the staff dining
ative Education, reviewed the ,
and Mrs. W. H.
Mr. Graham,
And Fry
program em statewide basis and room of the Bradford CountyHospital ) Hamburger WANTED Clean Cotton Rap
Three circles of the First Baptist Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bishop Jr..
: for a covered dish'sup No Pants, No Shirts, Must Be
the 'that has been
praised start f '
Cbur h'WW met Wednesday The 'Metlio dist 'Yo th Fellowship and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Grider.JuniorSenior .
made.atrBHS. J.Df Doyle,! localbusinessaiank.as per: Clean. Bradford County Tele-
: afternoon last week at'5:15: p. had a'hayride party last Friday -
:gues X;.speaker 'm..' in.the church. The social hour was followed by Prom graph.
for the evening and was introduced Mrs. Matthews a ,brief business session during : evening,: starting at the
Carl leader
by Mr; CosteMo,' ." .sided :.over. the..Brownlee, Circle, pre-, which the' following.officers were church and,"ending at the:Slade'a Set For FridayAt
elected Arlln McKnight, president
cooperittvVfralnlngIs :
Diversified with the missionaries Kingsley''' Lake home. D
a program pffered. : =in the Junior program ; Gladys Gold wire, vice president 1 ; ." Enlisted Club 'i
present by' Mrs. M. F. Hazen' The'25' MYF members enjoyed i
: : secretary fNLAPp
Marian Long :
and senior Jytaril:of high school : FL-
: and Mrs.: Ada Alexander. treasurer Kit, dancing on the patio, games and The Junior-Senior Prom will be TARKE .
designed to pc: pare.students. of Norma Thompson, ;
The Ethel Biggs Circle meeting chairmanGladys' refreshments. They were' accompanied held Friday night at 8:30: in the
employable.fage.7or job efficiencyin ty Carter program :
was presided over by Mrs. Ruby by :Mr. and Mrs. Robert enlisted men's club at Camp
,a yarje.ty "ot .,;,occupations :Johns; leader, and the programon Weldon, publicity chair Firth. Blanding.The Fri., Sat. April 25, 26
throu .ft utUitir,r-the,'t;business man., DOUBLE FEATURE -
personal witnessing -
was pre formal-dancels annual
establishments'the"i win meet in the an
community ,
u training agencies!,The students sentedby Mrs, George Anderson, Bradford County'' Hospital each The 'Junior' Adult Class ,of the event given by the Bradford High Walk The Proud LandWith
Mrs. J. E. Hildebran and Miss Methodist church enjoyed a hamburger Junior class to the Seniors. Addle Murphy
attend classes?in ,the morning, third Tuesday at 7:30 p. m. and keeping! up;;.wtfh'.afl;their:reoulred Ava, L .Edwards. all registered nurses are invited I try boat-riding and skiing Music for the affair will be And
Mrs Harry.Hatcher Jr., leader, at the Carl Johns' Kingsley Lake furnished by the Carr-toons of
academic work and report to to'attend.
presided over the Helen Masters evening.
home last Saturday Gainesville. An fUnderwater"theme
their various training Jobs in the
Circle'meeting, and Mrs. Leila Taylor Laraine Day and' Tim
will be used in decorating.
The accompanied
afternoon group was by
Mundy, president of the WMU UDC Will Hold
'Henry Liisprds'.v1ce'PreS1dent Mr..and Mrs. Louis Hilendahl ,and s Hovey
.' gave an inspiring talk .on personal, Annual Memorial l Mr: and Mrs. Carl L.,Johns. Methodists Plus Serial Chapter No. 7 and
Of the Club:::'Miry Starling; secretary ,witnessing;. o, Lawtey Color Cartoon

-treasuten'r' ?Betty .Parkas, reporter Services SaturdayUnited 'Winners' in the sewing contest-at, the 2nd annual HDC Achievement Stage SuccessfulRoll -
: 'and Howell Williams
Birthday Party Day.last Thursday were (seated I-r) Mrs. A. C.Ellis, Mrs SUN MON\ TUES.

aerceant-Besides the:-arms.offlcera. .other Lake:-Butler ClubPlansF1owerShow Daughters of the .Confederacy For'.Edward Knight: James:,fen, and Mrs. Albert J. Green(beginners div ,lon); stand. Call Sunday APRIL 2'7. 28, 29
will hold, their annual
\ log 1-r) :Mrs. Paul DinkIns, :Mrs A.'c.. Belche, and Mrs Lawrence DOUBLE.: FEATURE
member! ref trying 'BroWning: : Grace; Methodist Church of
Memorial Day Service at Crosby ,Mr3.Hollist'Knigh1: ';;'entertained. THE INCREDIBLE
Wiggins ( divisioa '
Robert CoopetTeti7.Futch: .Winston '" Lake Cemetery' at '3. o'clock Sun : "" "' ) Lawtey' held a roll 'can'of mem-
'Kelly David T Lawson, iris The' annual.Flower.Show sponsored day,. April'.37. at'a birthda ,party"Saturday.,,. aft. hers'last Sunday. Of 82 members, Shrinking Man

McCu11oughkAUenMann.. T..J., byy the'l. :;;-Lake. :BuUer Garden Mrs.'Mattie Gahag&n, presidentof .ernoon' at her'.home-'liar-Laura, ., ; A'' make-lt-yourself, model-it- I Home Demonstration Agent from many pf.whom live'at:a distance, Grant- Williams,. Randy _Stuart

Mann.: EdinrMosley'Betty: Fare Club will':'beheld' in, the Union .the'W.,T.-Weeks-chapter, will stree ;;for;her sort, .Edward,. who yourself ,DreSs' Revue was stagedby .Tallahassee..' 50 were present or responded' AND

Norman. J.;;Ty'Parrish, William County High School/gymnasium be in charge of. the;program. was'celebrating his'fiftlx:birthdayanniv members the,County Demonstration Others taking part in the revue letter SEMINOLE

C. Salmon>;Jerry H.Suggs; Bobbie Saturday.April:,26-- from: 4 to 8 All members: .and friends of the ._, ,. Clubs' Thursday were:-Mrs. W. T. Blair Mrs. T. Services were conducted- by'Rev. Rock Hudson Barbara Hale
Faye s .i.t:1JWT.: :Wrenonald: oig n1zatton:aie.1nVltetf to attend 9n e afternoon,-April 17, at the second W. Troy M. Wakefield of-the.Extension.dlvision'of -
Z. ,awTHowell Wil- p.\m.,- and-on Sunday.-April: 27.from,2to"fi The, party was. held 1n the,car' Markey, Mrs Jr G?: Caldwell,. 'Churches and Plus Color Cartoon for Children
: M. : and'to'bring flowers deCorate: annual Home Demonstration Mrs.. L. B.- Cooper Mrs. Robert:
11anj ., '. -i p.jnl.Theme.of: : : theslow ,1s .JOrt! '}! cb W j ,d, Achievement Day inJ the 1 Community SerVice University of
V4 "iJ'\*- -\r--f. the:graves};.The"general,:public, V-t and ? program". Turner' and childrenVickyandKay Wed.. Thu.-Apr. 30 May 1DOUBLE'FEATURE
AroundlOO'Btudentsjujd guesfaattebded'thetbaneuet'which ,will'be ....Rememberinr with also welcome., with pink blue.crepe 'paper Starke"Woman's Club. Mrs: J: B. Godwin'sdaugn- I Florida. : -
balloons; "
was 'Flowers.The. ::: -'public, is cordiallyInvited There ale 54 Confederate streamers tA birth Outstanding dresses chosen ter,- and Mrs. Robert. E..Lee. A special musical'program was I
served byrgeplber3"oftre: :" Future r. ":, graves in Crosby*Lake' Cemeteryand day:cloth with! :: matching-.napkins from the'two groups of seamstresses "Members were recognized' for presented by .Rev. James R. Beyond A Reasonable
Teachers Club, .; ,'. all will..be.decorated. with was used:on; the" refreshment"' :were: ten continuous years,by member- Houghton, professor -of Religious DoubtDana
-- table. : :_. .ii',
., g< ; ; : Music and director of the Glee
', lowers and: a'Confederate flag. Beginners-:''Mrs. A. C.. Ellis, ship and achievement 'Home Andrews Joan Fontaine
,.... .J"c. The; eight 'little',guests,enjoyed Club of' Boston University; Mr.
Graves of other.men will be de-. ; ; modeling a. thrift, article which Demonstration Work. They w represented AND
y. .i.tJk; ;.Ar." tst qr.M carated ,with;flowers'and with a a treasure hunt,' with. each'finding r was a suit made.from feed sacks' ; club pins and certifi- Houghton flew from Kodiak,
U. S. nag.Elaine. a, prize. "i-"i Urs. James Merz, -a.', shirt waist cates by. Miss 'Helen Holstein Alaska where' he and the Glee Decision.' At SundownWith

Mrs. Knight was;assisted by dress of floral print cotton; and Those receiving awards were: Club had been singing for service Randolph Scott

...'\, '. ,": Gilhooly her daughter, Judy Lesawyer; Mrs. Albert J. Green, a' softly Mrs. P: L. Dinkins. Sr.Mrs; Effie men and'the Methodist Orphanage Plus CartoonCEDAR
fI2' :Martha Weldon and .Sonja Hunter tailored'sheath dress,.of a light Miner,";Mrs. A. H. Harley; Sr., : ,

Is Party Honoree' ; .. ::. -. blue' figure weave with a gold Lawtey; Mrs..E. L.'CoxMlssRos'aMo Mr. Houghton was instrumental.

.Ft- stripe: A beginner is an adult re. ,Mrs. T.' N. .Norman. Mrs. In the revision of the Methodist
Elaine Gilhooly'was hostess to : hymnal now in..use.lIe was asked l lto'sing
who has not laade more than six 'J. R. Kelly; and Mrs; Felix Sapp,
35 friendsvat a Bop party Saturday all for the'committee -
Garden Club outer'garments'for herself. hymns
SlL eilbronn; Mrs. T.- W. ,Markey, '
Y'i evening Edward's, rec. Those chosen in the advanced Mrs.. Lawrence Wiggins: and Mrs- before they were incorporated

nation. halL' To tMeet., Monday" -. '" group','we 'e'Mrs.:. A. 'C. Belche, Rosa Pinholster,.Brooker.( In' the book; SEAL
The ban was gayly decorated Mrs.:Mamie' Lou Edwards, who -
E modeling the'classic shirtwaist Exhibits
of ;)froningequipment'crafts -
Starke Garden, rugS .
The Club ;wlll
fcr the occasion with; ;Spring the
had been the pianist for ,
dress made.of blacklinen; Mrs. and' '
; : sewing, yeast
flowers, streamers meet, Monday' night'-'at1 7:30: ENABLES YOU TO EN-
crepe paper church for many years, was his
Dinkens; Sr., red and black breads were made by the Home
and balloons, carrying out the o'clockin of JOY THE LUXURY OF
the Episcopal'Parish cotton church ore street dress: Demonstration Clubs: Displays by accompanist, in the ,absence

yellow and white color motif.: House. : :' Mrs: ,Lawrence Wiggins gray. 4-H. girls were.a table, setting by Mrs..Mae Wells.Rotarians GENUINE CEDAR

The young folks enjoyed dancing Mrs. P. 'T. ''Noiirii program linen tailored I' dress.., Suzanne Judd and Gaile Edwards,. LINED CLOSETS' AT
to music from, the record
chairman;will-show two films on Two'of the entrants will repre- .a dress' by Linda Gayle Green, Dine
during'the" '
player hours.Assisting Low
1 Elaine's party mother Mrs "A' Town in ,Old Mexico'' and"Trees sent the county in the State Dress and a corduroyskirt- and jacketby On Prison Fare Prices
for Tomorrow."; Revue to be held during the State Judy Kelley,Mrs; T. W. Mar- ,
Mike Gilhooly, In'.serTtng refresh Home Demonstration Council key.was in charge of the exhibits.' Tour PremisesAmong
ments were Mrs. Peggy'Shaller Hostesses for the evening i will Only
meeting at,the:University of Florida The program was presided over $4.90
be Mrs. : Sstrunk'chairman
J.'M. (
and Mrs. Morris Carter. 50 members:and guestsof
'in July; by Mrs. L.-E. Dugger, president of
..... Mrs. Owen Vaughn, Mrs.. Jack '
: The mess Revue was part of the Home Demonstration Council, the Starke Rotary Club enjoyed
Wilkinson, Mrs. Palmer Williams, Covers Closet
luncheon Wednesday the can- Average
th /'clothing program in club and: a welcome was extended by
Mrs. Joe Martinez,and Mrs! Harry work this year and .was narratedby Mrs. .Robert-Turner. teen.of the Raiford State Prison.

A booty. :Mrs. .J.:a. Caldwell of the Mrs. T, N. Norman poured The'meal featured products grownin '

State Farm.The judges were Miss punch from a cut glass bowl beau- the prison's f rm operation. .

Jean' Robinson, home economistfor tifully'-flanked with fern and After lunch Prison Superintendent ,1

: Birthday Parties; Clay Electric Cooperative, and pansies, .arranged, by Mrs. :A. C. -Or W. Sinclair conductedthe

c'. < OOPS! For Youngsters! Miss Helen D. Holstein District :Belche.. Rotarians on a tour ot the
and ,
y prison buildings ,grounds tai
.Mrs;'h.0." -Harris'entertained at eluding education department ad.
t { "YouIROP'ITZ delightful 'party'Monday afternoon Layfield Reunion Fugate Family ministrative off flees, kitchen; bakery b I tn

for her daughter/ Karen.who' ., Held Saturday Enjoys, Reunion .tobacco shop, auto t.arPlant.; I I'w
was celebrating er fourth : and other departments.Sinclald ,

birthday' ..anniversary.The ., The home of Mrs and Mrs: W. ,TwentY-two. members' the was assisted by,Lucian I

party was held 04}-the Harris F._*Herlong\ oh N. -Walnut street Fugate family enjoyed a family Conner, an employee ef the prison
: Jawn'"hel' 'the' 2fyoungstersenjoyed : was the setting'' for the Layfield 'reunion 'at: the ',Charles : Darby and a member of the Starke Rotary

iAi : 'games:and were 'served family' 'reunion' last Saturday. home on Sunday. ClUb".who made arrangementsfor .
,. YOUR WATCH punch; ; and ,birthday''hake.. They ,afternoon Lovely"arrangement5'of Spring the miLHEALTH ---- Ia I

i were,'given favors c&Birthday ,The:,Herlong home was lovely flowers ;were used to advantage /

Hen it met;with en accident !, flags,'suckers and balloons:' with., :arrangements' Spring ,,in'.decorating'.the': "for''the. FACTS' (

?' U .,it not keeping' Mrs: Harris' >wa Tilted. by flowers/pr the occasion: occasion ,

good time?' Mrs. Charles Hardy Mrs:.Barbara Members ,of :the family fromoutof4ownenjoying Those from outoftown'enjoying There are more patients in .

-" t Let us test it, FRE Blankenship Mrs. Elton SmIth; ; the affair the day were 'Mr.;and Mrs. A. hospitals today with nervous' and '"A man tiom is{his cart!*,

a on our Mrs. M.' H.''Sheppard;;M1'8:.J.i Eo were"'Mr.. and' Mrs.' R!:S.. Mosley L': Spencer, Mr. .and Mrs: 'Carl mental illness than all other conditions isn't itrUSE
r Hardy, and Mrs. 8. LPeek/. and.Mr. and. Mrs.-T.-J. Layfield, .Charabliss"'and'sons, Andy and combined. .? _
Waf(!! -r f U Sr.0f." Fort White, Mr. and Mrs. Dickie and Mrs. Ruby Fugate of I dollar be
Mastar of
.... Thousand cast
.. Little John Lee celebrated ,his Herbert:Hunter of Palm Harbor, Jacksonville, Mrs. P. G. Fugateof

tattau er fc.w..cheese! second birthday Saturday afternoon Roy Layfield of 'Lake Harbor, Chlefland'and: 'Mrs. 'Maddox save((! by early Chiropractic restores normal cart. J'& J's

when.hb mother,::* Mrs. Mrs..'Cortne Purvis of Gainesville, of Archer. Chiropractic
There1!.wotM of pretty styling and detail .. Eugene Lee gave a party for him Mrs. Addie Wheeler of Taft, and health while the patient continues MODERNIZATIONPLAN.\

.in oar Catf1h;% hncar Loran the pna.'It'' .. and six of his little'frienda.. Mr.and Mrs. James William. Lay-, Girl Scouts Plan on his job thus permitting continued ..
Income and avoiding

.- _. 'Mrs. Lee was assisted". 'Mrs. fieid ofSt: Augustine. .
It record -
,ideiiped to flatter girlish and .dd just the prints a allowing Paul .Canova; and, MrS: :TjermariFUlingim. } OvernightCamp ,I pensive hospital care
the exact'rate'and condi .
At the first sign of mental Illness "EauYFinancin
rlgnt amoont of ophtekation.Siies 7 to U. Lion of your watch., Slumber Party The Intermediate Girl Scouts. consult your: 'Chiropractor at g

,,,,, rl WATCH REPAIRS R"ecent'rUii : will have, an overnight camping once. )DOWN
trip Friday night at Gold Head
lee fhMl-1aiipt with nylon rufflei-; ..... IY EXPERTS Martha, Weldon celebrated her There are thousands ,of case
: : Plot.Cn. ECONOMICAL SERVICE tjrjtflfflpfl County 'Bolrpdtsi' 16th birthday last Friday evening Branch.The group will be accom- histories to show the rapid-reeov F.H.A. Title 1 Loans
Pip gaits-1 Iiiinl and "SiS panied by their leader, MrS. R. B. at
.... ). EI T et cotton. Bound the following blrthK with a slumber party for 20 girl cry under Chiropractic. rare.
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aN .batedcottonteasRtYBBINS' 1tr.'JDit Xra.,WUUam y'aUDmII friends from her tenth grade Tillman Cauffman,and co-leader committee, Mrs. chairman C.. R.- In problem cases phone of write 5% Interest

GEM JEWELRYThe "2 tarks William if* class. .', Mrs. Lola Garbett. THE

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Mr. .and* Mrs. Irwin,:!Meece .el Class MeetingThe Beta Sigma Phi 'D r. H. G. Bollinger

House of Fine Stark a son,, Dale; Irvin,, Apr.: CHIROPRACTIC ;.OFFICES LL!

Phebean class of the Madison The Beta Sigma Phi sorority
Diamonds? 19.Mr. 436 X. Walnut Phone 108 ,
and ,Mrs :Jack Hodge 01Stark.e Street Baptist Church will will meet Monday ,evening, Apr. Start .

t $fore ,Of Vo/ues 109 E. CALL ST. .' ; : ." STARKE FLA. Mr.: .and Mrs. Harold Peavy ofStarke o'clock'at the home of Mrs. H.,U.Boffinger. Mrs. Albert Lee with, Mrs;.M.,11. GaInesville

', -, /;a'son,!-AplV 23.x .- "IJ.. 426 N.Walnut St. Sheppard as co-hostess.

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;TlltJBSDAY. APRIL 24. ::1958 BRADFORD COUNTY: 'TEIJCOHAP11.. etAiitHE'itrtiinliia:; ,, PAGE FIVE
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-r-- _. __ -.-.. a 1 Mrs. Mrs..J., of .. .. 'CUlver aid
: Ruby.Jobna was :visiting R.-Hixon..formerly '.r James A. Sasser Prison's FoodAdministrator I April 15, ;
l- her brother.iI -law.and.sister,-Mr.and. .Community: Bank startedworking ,'O fOf .1 I Claude Langstdn .,chief stewardat

., frs.: W. K. Underbill, in St. at Starke, Builders on the Avon Park prison, ha temporarily -
Petersburg Sunday to Wednesday Monday,. replacing .Mrs. Louis ; Former Jailer/ Is Released" replaced' Htighes. Culver

while attending the. Hair, Style Hiliendahl who is retiring., *{'' rail that if Langs't'tf handles the
I Show,-there, :' 1'Mr.' and ,Mrs. J. R. Nixon will Died Last FridayJames Prison director" R. b. Culver an- job well', he can" leave, .. .it permtnenthv' -
I Roy PUggins.ct daughter, spend Saturday with friends in the, nounced Monaay: that hehas're '

IN THE NEWS Carolyn, 'of Dania, were' Monday St. Petersburg. ; Andrew Sasser, 67, of leased his prison food aministra- "11 not. well find some body

I II. visitors cf: Mr, and: Mrs.. H. L. Judge and Mrs. T..X. Yawn Jr. P.Qs( Starke, died .Friday 'n'ght at jus tcr because "he lacked the typeof I else:the administrator said.The .

". .......... M.M' .... Hough and family spent Sunday i in St. home following a,heart: attack. experience needed in the Job.". food administrator, job
,- I I Mrs. ,W.:B.,Mundy visited her Augustine. He was born in Georgia: Sept. The services of E. V, Hughes a.pays- $6,000 annually.' ", including
Mrs. I. J, Schexnayder' of New Mr: and Mrs. R. B. Alvarez of 'daughter, Miss ,Jean Mundy.. at 'Sandra Huggins underwent, 'a 12, 1890.' His parents were the retired Army colonel from St. i housing and other be ettts..
Orleans, 'La. and Mr, and ,Mrs. Winter Haven are spending this Bessie-Tilt.: College FOrsythe, Ga.. '&nsilectomy at Bradford County [Edited'ByAlice McGarvey] late Pan and Lnetta Vause ,&as-I Augustine, were terminated on L
C.:C. Shepard of Lake City were week at their home here. .from Thursday ,to, Sunday. Hospital: on Tuesday., scr.. <. ,
Monday'. visitors' of Mrs. C.. A. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Faulkner and I Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Pierce of M.' L. .Godwin': of Gainesville, So you.think the Sack Dfess Is ..Mr ,Sasser- was a retired .law
'. '
Knight.' 0 family were visiting Mr. -and Mrs. :Pompano' Beach-are spending five' former Starke'resident, is seriously new? An &4 from,Rachel's Dress enforcement officer, having beena
Miss Lu Green is expected to Robert Faulkner' in :Jacksonville weeks with Mr. .and Mrs. B. T.'I ill in Alachua General Hospital 'Shop;25:years,.ago showeddresses : former. employee of the City and Slip Covers-Seal.wv.ers
return home Friday after'an ap- that would be the of
Sunday. !'Thomas. following a stroke on Monday, He height. County sheriffs ': :ce. He served \
,pendectcmy in Doctors Hospital Mrs. Vergie Flynn returned C. Stevenson' style today! j,
Mr.' and Mrs. H' Is the father'of Mrs. James A. as County jailer until a year' I l
last FridayAttending.. Monday 'after three weeks in have'rented-theE., 'P. ,Renner Sullivan of 1313 Pratt street. S. ago. I ,;

the State conferenceof Mobile Ala. on business and visit house at 610 Lake street and will Mrs..W. B, Mundy attended the The newspapers and ,the 'Legislature Surviving, besides his wife, An- f1F Upholstery .-,, ,Drapes
the.Methodist.WSCS In Winter ing relatives. move here' from South Carolina Baptist WMU conference in Tal of 1933 were busy arguingthe nie .Morgan Sasser are one

Haven..Wednesday to Friday are Mrs. D. J.'Clark of. Tampa is around May ,1,. Mr, Stevenson Is lahassee on* Tuesday and Wed- pros and cons,of' legal ,beer. daughter,. Mrs. Frank Bullock 01 V / Large Variety of' Design; and'

Mrs C_ D. Williams, Mrs. Donald visiting her sisters 'Mrs. C. D. the superintendent of the new nesday. The 'Telegraph,.even:; carried a Georgetown, S. C.; three sons, ,-' Materials To Select,From :

Kokomoor and Mrs L. K. White- Williams. Mrs. Henrietta Hunt, Natural, Gas Plant to be constructed Mrs. Jimmy Rowe and Mrs. poem which is partly..quOted: Harry 1.. of, New York Sammie : :.
head. and Mrs L., D. Green for two at Brooker. Hogan ,Smith, were visiting Mrs.E. "Isn't it the poor man'who pays M. of Honolulu ana Robert M. of .i CALL :239fFor "

Mrs. T. J, Griffin is spending weeks. Their sister, Mrs.: Irene Mr. and Mrs. Ewell Lawson J. Kuhn in Jacksonville; Tues- the rent Green Cove Springs two brotners; '. .....
two weeks: with Dr. and Mrs. C'I Jchns' of Green Cove Springs,' were visiting Sgt. and Mrs. Jerry day afternoon.. Earns a small* salary, and spends John D. and Slady, both of Live Free Esti at ''
C. Mendoza in Jacksonville. 'I spent the weekend with them. Lawson and'sons in Orlando 'over Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Caruso every cent? .- .aS11EPHERD'S '
Oak; two sisters, Mrs. Robert u :
Mrs. B. E. Withrow .of Odum. Mr and Mrs. K. G. Duncan the weekend. and family of Jacksonville were So why deny him a glass of -
Oa.:spent last Wednesday to Sun- spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Daisy Johnston returned Sunday guests of Mr.; and Mrs. beer?' Mott and ,:Mrs. Ethel McNaugn- RADIO: .CT
: ton, both of Jacksonville.
,day with Mrs C. A. Knight. Mrs, K. T. Duncan at West Point Tuesday to her home in Houston, Henry Stefanelli., Don't'you think that he's en- .
t Mr. and ,iMrs. C. T. Hughes'of Ga. Texas after spending a vacation .Miss Louise Stem of Starke, titled to a bit of, cheer? Funeral services were held INMAN D. GREEN.Owner1, "
Tuesday at 3:30 in the
Valdosta were Sunday' guests. of Mr. and Mrs. J, T. Ogden of with her mother Mrs. D. W. Mrs. Louise Harden of the'State The rich man gets what. he p.m. Phone 239' '
Church of Christ of which he StarkeV) Florida
.Mr. .and Mrs.; J.'A.,Lee., Pompano Beach were Sunday Moore. Last weekend Mrs. Moore Farm, and Mrs. John Wolford of wants to drink.Regardless. .. wasa .
member, with the Rev. C. L. "
visitors of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. and her guest visited in Williston, Hampton attended the Church of, what we say or
Overturf officiating. Interment
H Dowling. Clearwater, and Larkin, and were Music, Workshop in Lake City think
Mrs. Nita Dyal spent the week- dinner'guests of Mrs. T. F. Brown Sunday afternoon! I don't know why. any man followed in the family plot in

end at Panama City with Mr. and hi Hampton. Mrs. -Tyler Jones, Mrs Sarah :c .t"5ee, Crosby LakeCemetery DeWitt under

FloridaTHEATRE Mrs. Joe Ellerbee,Jr. Jerry Lee, four-year-old son of Hunter, Mrs, W. E., Lawson andMrs. What'a help a tax on beer will direction Home.of C. Jones Funeral -

Dr. and Mrs. R. S. Mullins and Mr. and.Mrs.,Curtis Lee of Pratt : Charles Jenkins were in Or- be.", ,
children were visiting their par- St. received. severe bruises and lando last weekend attending the -Lt. Yancy S. Williams- Active pallbearers were: I;! E.
ents in Ocala -Sunday afternoon. scratches on his knees and legs State School Lunch convention.Mrs. Henderson, P. D.. Reddish, Shep

Mr. and Mrs. 'Robert Turner last Saturday when he -was dragged Maxie Carter Sr and Mrs. Easter, lilies grown locally made Tomlinson, Mark Ritch, Ressie i

and children cf the State Farm about 100 feet by., an automO-: Effie Johns of Starke,'and ,Mrs. some records. Mrs. L. H. Hill had Thomas, Thornton Johns, Jonny ,

were Sunday luncheon guests 'of bile. Jerry was playing in back of Randal Crosby of Maxville'visited the tallest at 6& feet: L. A.. Gei- Morris and Edgar Dukes. County Seat,

,; Mrs." Alice Anderson. the, car when the owner, J. H. Mrs.'Frank Hemmingway in Jacksonville ger had the most flowers 'on one

THURSDAY APRIL 24 Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Lewis visited Ritch, got in and drove; off with- oh Wednesday, stem [15 blooms and 3 buds; rnd Bradford Nine
-' their uncle, B. F. Grimes, in Ala out being, aware cf the child's Mrs. Ervin Andrews and son. Mrs. D. W. 'Moore- the largest

THROUGH.' .MAY 3 chua General Hospital Monday presence- Jerry hung onto the Larry, of New Smyrna Beach bloom eight inches across. Loses Game 4 O
fDGJ'! iIEDGDGDImGDIEr) ; ) ] evening. bumper and was apparently afraid spent the weekend with her'par- t -

QECILRDEMIUE'S Carl Dinkins of Bushnell .was to turn loose.. Mr. Ritch stripped ents Mr. and Mrs. Dave Paulk.' In these depression days, the I v
MMueraq visiting his uncle and aunt. Mr as soon as neighbors spotted the Mrs. W. H. Edwards of Jacksonville Starke Businessmen's Club protested In GainesvilleThe

and Mrs. A. ,.E. McKinney- on child and called to him: spent the weekend with the proposed opening of'a I
THE'TEN Sunday. Miss Jackie Hobbs, daughter of her son-In-law and daughter, Mr. retail store at th& State Farm.' .Bradford High 9 lost to

''COMMANDMENTS Mr'and Mrs. Lester Crews and Mr. andMrs James Hobbs was ,and Mrs. Drew Reddish. The petition was'signed by 25 local Gainesville Tuesday 40.. Starke
,( daughter, Carolyn, were in Atlantic on the dean's list at Florida State Mrs. Effie :Johns visited Mrs. merchants and 20 from Union' playing at Gainesville, got only

.MUMMUMT CTUM -TECHNICOLOR. Beach Sunday: visiting Mr. and University-for the fall semester.S. Frank Webb to Hawthorne, 'on County.. one hit and five errors.
tanjjmrSHOW Mrs. Melvin. Harben, :L..: Peek, president' of .the Thursday.Mrs. ..; '. Gainesville got two hits and no Formed in 1821 Escambia County's name "was1 derived
Miss Anna Ruth Crosby under- Florida Bank at Starke, has been M. L.:Lawson and daughter Lawtey had its own pugilist 25 errors. .
lIE1,f= If c CElCEJCIEI CIEJCE went a tonsilectomy in Bradford named as a member of the' Per- Sally,' visited 'Mr, and' Mrs. years ago.>To Quote O* "J. Philip's "Play ball" will ring out here from a Spanish term meaning "barter" or "exchange"The
TIME County Hospital on Saturday.Mr. sonnel Committee of the Florida Guy'Dyal to'Green Cove. Springs column: "Our local pugilist Tom-: Friday afternon at 3:30: as Lake County Seat, Pensacola, was
For This Engagement ., and Mrs. ,J. H. Eaulerson Bankers Association. Sunday. my Beck, added "another star to City and the Tornadoes meet followed )- the. Panzacolas who were inhabiting'this'north'

Matinee-Starts 2:30 P.M., of Gainesville spent the :weekend Airman 3-c Eugene Howe is Mr., and ,Mr?.' Harry Houston I his crown at'the Armory in Jacksonville by another home game Sat- west corner of ,Florida.-when, the Spaniards"dlscoveredPensacola : ,
Over at 6:30 P.M. with Mr: and Mrs. J. R. Kelly. home on leave from the,U. S. Air were called to GeorgianaAla.> on Tuesday evening: when he urday with Green Cove Springs Bay' in the middle ISOQ's. The famous"
Evenings-Starts 7:30 P.M. Mrs J. M., Harrell leaves Fri Force, having'recently completed Tuesday by the death, of Mr. 'I scored another technical knock- also at 3:30.: Festival of Five Flags in Pensacola, honors 'th five .
day for Sidney, Ohio for three Houston's father John Houston.Mrs. countries which have ruled this Today, Escambia.;
Over at 11:30 P.M. a 24-weeks course in airbourne ; out,over; Jimmy"Griffin ,of. Vald- Next Tuesday finds Coach area.
weeks visit with' friends and relatives -- radio at Scott Air Force Base, El. Ray Stone returned from osta, Ga., In the third round of.a Register's boys in Gainesville County is the site of the U. S. Naval Air Training Base...
PRICES FOR THIS SHOW j He is due to report to Reese AFB St. Vincent's Hospital Wednesday scheduled lO-round( affair." playing P. K. Yonge. commonly known: as the "Annapolis of the Air,". which

Adults-Matinee f 90c; Evenings Mrs. Norman Wynn returned in Texas' after, his leave and will after undergoing surgery' last I ..es ,is located just south of the County Seat.

1.25.. home Monday'after undergoing be assigned as'a radio technician. week. I'. These were the- days of the CCC. In progressive Escambia County, and throughout
Children-All Day:'50c. surgery-at St. Vincent's, Hospital.Mrs. George, .Patten, son ,of. Judge Judge'and Mrs..,George Patten Mrs.; 4 Miriam Kickliter, acting di until Id NOTICEThe personal, property' Florida, the United-States Brewers Foundation..works
J\dults-All day Sundays 1.25 ., Charles Harris'underwent and Mrs. G.,L.-,Patten, will leave were in Key West Thursday to rector of relief' work,.was' taking taxes for 1957, of the City ot constantly to*assure the sale of beer and' ale. under :)
will be advertised in the
surgery Wednesday in Alachua Sunday for Washington, D, C., Monday where, Judge Patten- attended :applications for 'the Civilian Conservation May, 2nd issue ,of the. Bradford 1 pleasant,orderly' conditions. Believing'that'strlct'law

I,General- Hospital.Weepers, where he will serve as pageJn the ,a conference- 'Circuit- '- i Corps. State Forester County Telegraph.the In order' to avoid enforcement serves the best interest of the people-of: --
House ,of Representatives, during Judges., :HarryLee Baker said. ,the federalgovernment' paying cost'of penalty the personal- and prop-advertising Florida: the'Foundation stresses close cooperation'with' "

May; 'and June. The BHS junior Members of'the Altar Societyof I plans to',establish erty t&xes. same will have to .be the Armed Forces, law enforcement' and governing
received 'his. 'appointment from St..Edward's Church 'were 'noSt reforestation and' unemployment paid 261958.tint later' Cong. Billy Matthews. While esses at a breakfast honoring relief projects to Florida to 'give The unpaid.Real Estate! Property .

i in: .Washington.he.! ; w.u. continue :Father,John. Ljnnehan} Sunday,, work'to approximately 3000.' To, .Taxesfor'Starke;'"wfil 1S57.'ie! ,.*MtntA&'tn pj;: the City the pJ' .. '..
his studies. at a" > special school Apr.-13, in, the Parish'#: laU: qualify,'been must be'unemployed. May 9th issue of the. Hradfprd I IIi r United, Stttet Brvrt'\\ ;
provided,for Congressional 'pages. Miss Betty Easter, daughter of unmarried and"between"the"ages County Telegraph In order to avoid : o:li\i i L; Foundations dw

>Mrs..Cleo F. Harley,Mrs.-,Mon- Mr>.and Mrs John ,Easter, was of 1825.They: must agree, ,to.send paying cost the of the'penalty Real-and Estate advertising Taxes-, BEVERAGE 4E 303 Rands N.Mm Ui...5trMt.. ti
tine McConnell: and Miss Dorothy selected beauty queen'at the annual $25 'out'of their $30 Income to the same will,have to be paid not later fs, "..J ,n.n. "
Alvarez employees of the Brad high school beauty' contest mUy'each'rionth. A total of ,,,72 than-, Thursday"May' I, 1S5S.' ltchg

ford County Hospital, attended'a in Tocca, Ga. last Friday. have applied so far. '
seminar the Florida .Chapter, .Mrs. 'J... D.. Doyle Mrs. Thomas a aDo
'I' Loser ?" American Hospital Association Gill, Miss Della Rosenberg;,Mrs. you remember'when gold
Hospital Accountants,' on April'18 Ann Green and Miss Madge Mid- was legal tender? A* postoffice

at the Orange Co\ Hotel in.Orlando dleton attended the District BPW bulletin was Issued in April. 1933.
Not when. it comes to lost policies!. meeting at- the Mayflower Hotel stating "Under,executive order of
''Mr: and Mrs. E. L Matthews in' Jacksonville Sunday. M the President,'issued April 5, all FULLY EQUIPPED! MERCURY\
and daughters Anne and Betsy l Mr.' ,and Mrs. ,A. ,S. 'Harrison persons are required to'deliver on
If you're one'of our clients, your'insurance policy is will attend the spring,conventionof had as Sunday guests Mr.' and or'before May 1, all gold coins,

all yours.Even,though,it may be lost and! .fall,into other the Florida Press Association Mrs; 'A. S..Harrison Jr. Mr. and gold bullion and gold certificates i "t",,. .,>,> ..
hands. Just call on us to replace it for you. Or to perform -, at the ,Walesbilt Hotel In Lake Mrs William L..Harrison 'and'Mr.and now'owned by them to a federal
any one of the many other free services we pro- Wales this ,weekend.Fred Mrs.Charles Meyers,of,Way- reserve bank;;.branch"or' 'agency' ,
vide for people with insurance problems,You and your Gross of Keystone Heights cross: and Mr. and 'Mrs.IRobert' or to'any member"of the' federal" PRICED lOWER THAN --'fl-:
was Sunday guest of Mr. and Mrs. Harrison of Ocala. Mrs' ,Meyers ,reserve system.
problems are always welcome here. I ,
Charlie'Cowen. and children 'remained. with,her. 'Criminal'penalties for: violations '
Mrs. Carolyn Cannon of Las parents for the week. are'f0o00'or'l0'years: in : '.

H: 'C. %WALL, AGENCY Vegas aunt Mrs.-Nev..E.is H.staying Smith with" until her Rites. To Be Held prison.On April orb- 29 th.and" May'1. $2,423- 42 MODELS OF THE <'':i-i. t. :

STARKE. FLA.: June., Jerome,. Edwards of FSU will be Saturday' P.M. :.50 was, turned:in locally., ;

home for the weekend.Mr. Merchants AdvisedTo .
For: Mrs. Mary Tyre ... ; .f'a"yt
iA i &&& & &A i & &i&&& .
and Mrs. R. V. Chapmanand Lock Doors -: '
family visited relatives and Mrs Mary Dixon Tyre,-S6, died -
9PC. BEDROOM GROUP friends in Live Oak and Ocean Wednesday morning at the home On Stores'At'Night "LOW-PRIC 3" ; } ii'

Park on Sunday of her sons T. Jackson .Tyre, in ,: ,
"Check the locks doors
on'your .
Mrs: Shellie'HaU'was-in Jack- extended ill
Melrose, after an ;#; .. ,
sonville Monday and ,Tuesday ness. She was born' in taker before you leave" is advise to local ', !,..:'" ,

visiting Mr. and Mrs. Brad Lock County,',March 5,-1872. merchants from Mayor W.; T .r' :. !{"-,_ .-... _

Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Carter, Sr. Surviving 'are three daughters, Jackson and Acting Chief Ben .: : ,:

had as Sunday guests Capt.. and Mrs. Belle Woodward and Mrs. A. Holtzendorf. dJ- -t '' :' ; ;; I 1

Mrs. C. B. Starling of. Doctor's Ftaley, both of Gainesville, and Starke police make routine .. _" ..... n '. "
Lake Mrs.'JeweU Faulk and children Mrs. Sujfie Clark of Starke; ,four checks on business establishments
Dr.' Albert 'Malate re and sons wesiey'Tyre, West Palm during the night and reported to
John Malateere 'of Jacksonville. Beach: Mark Tyre, Gainesville; Mayor Jackson< .at,the regular
TjSgt. and Mrs. Jack Clementand and Arch F. and Jackson Tyre, weekly meeting of the force that

daughter and parents,. Mr. both.of Melrose;.. two slstervMrs. seme merchants' are being carelessof .
and Mrs. ,C.E.. Clement. of Ben- Bill,Bagley, Nichols, Ga.. and Mrs. this chore. XUDAto. V
tohvOle, Ark: were visiting in St. Charlie Rigdon, ,DeLand.( During the last few nights ten Mwcwy Mod*!64-11.ia-DoarS.d places 'found unIockeci. This .
Petersburg and Tampa last. ,Funeral services will, be held were ( a
is handy information,.for burglars
Thursday.Mr. Saturday at '2'p.m., in the New. \ 1
1 t ." and Mrs. Wesley Andrews Congregational Methodist'ChU'ci1 so' the people.;who have been :
visited Mr. and Mrs. 7 H. Dou-I. at Starke, with Rev. C..H.'Rhoden lIPIJinlt.np |las in High Springs on SundaY.I)I and'Rev..Lewis Alfordrgrriciatmg.'Interment to .!118ke'a.pointer, :locking their, AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION .
establishments or see that some : __ !
H. H. Adams Mrs. S., O. will follow-.m- the .
'* Inner DMrs .1 responsible employee. does so,. It
Double. ,
Dresser Spring
: !!. 'Mrs.'O: ,'L Haynes. Jr. family plot in" Conner Cemetery '
with Mirror MattressSr and daughter.'Ann., of Starke and I under the. direction" r' DeWitt C.Jo'nes' is too.good adviSe- '-for.home:.'- owners' S POWER STEERING .- WHITEWALtSGASSAVING & .;
: .
; Mrs. A. B -.of, Funeral\tiome. j .. .. ,;.
-Chest'of, Drawers ,* B x'Springi' were in Decatur; .Ga: Sunday Charles Larsen ; '
Wednesday visiting Mr.,and Mrs.
a ,:
:' Worthless. Checks In'Lakeland V-8 ENGINE .
2 Feather Pillows '*. Chenille Bed- David Biggs.Scott and Mr and Mrs.Leslie a

spread Mrs- P. S., Denmark has spent Bring Sentence Charles Larsen; 70, superintendent ,. ', -. .)r..1 ,
Bookcase Bed fhe past two weeks in Crescent Glenn E. Wood of Starke Is serving of the Lakeland' light and '< Ii
City: with Mr. and Mrs., Joe water department for more than '
months to County 'Jail : "
Thomas, 35'years and former city managerof ALL THIS fwiffal,state 1 ., : <+<
SAVE $ '4:2.00: Mr: and Mrs. W. ,W 'Shafferind for"passing worthless checks. ,that city;:'died.of, a.-heart attack $254'7 o iMMitfoMMrllmiiiM and..eiule.q,*<*4.: 1" 1
family of T vares. spent the' County Judge' V, A Yawn.'sen >Sunday night'at i hIs borne. FOR ONLY, f : weekend with Mrs. Steve Weldon tenced. : Wood for'. passing four He was the brother-in-law of Mrs. ; 10 i.daddud dwlw odr
: ind family: checks worth a: total of $70. after D., E., Knight Starke, .who was ,
10Q95 H. E. Bradley of Orlando spent Etng him.ample time to make in ,Lakeland this week to. attend .
'he weekend with his family here.)i restitution.E. the funeral services and remained -
103'Small -
PRICE '''Saturday night Mr. and Mrs withjher i sister.vMrs..Faye Lang-
Bradley visited her 'Parents, Mr.! C:, Roberts Rites foitr Larsen, for a.few;'days!

and Mrs. O. N. Johnson, in Val' 4 Mr. Larsen" was: ,recognized MERCURY6&

Down Payment No Carrying: Charges- dosta. Ga. E. C. Roberts' ,83, father Carl throughout Florida"and'the South :
Mrs. L P. Smith Sr.. Is reap: Roberts, of Starke, died Sundayat B&tme: 'ot the''most: competent
prating at the home of her daugh- his home in Daytona 'Beach tnen'to his field and,had received _

-. ter, Mrs. Hairy Sellers,. in Brer after along illness. Funeral ser manyhonors: ,during. :his long ca- .
I after being confinedin vices held Tuesday afternoon ;- .
yard N ,C. were '
HART FURNITURE CO Duke Hospital. N. C. at'2 o'clock at the .funeral reer.Funeral services were held at MERCURY MOTORS

Mrs. J. W. Jackson and daugh home, to Daytona.-BeaId a '.'.his 31 o'clock' sdai afternoon 'in '
ter. Hilda- of Baconton Ga.'were wife Mrs. Mary EliZabeth ROOT the-First Methodist Church of of
PHONE. 80 J' STARKE. FLA. weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. '' erts; he is survived by three,sons Lakeland'with'burial in Oak HID Phone 447 Starke, FloridaCourt & Jefferson Sta.

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!-'!.'fY9""Y'YY T9'. Morris who is'ft.patiwt In Ala- family were: at'J11fSQ pt i Mrs. p. E. Hill -and Mrs. :Em.JAA bldg eceiYcd' wilt be pabiicjyopeied Vi

chua General Hospital and .T-H. Day W. Cedar ievs_ Lamcreaiix: 'of 'Lake' Geneva left towing: and read aloud, on the f 01-' '" :.. '

Mr..and Mrs. Lecnard Harris Mrand Mrs Shirley. Johnson IIPWAAAA Monday' to attend the' "Florida For the sale'of one 1917 Four-
and daughters of' 'Jacksonvillewere and-,family "i Madison door Ford :Sedan: :said: car aRt
were 1 fhMonday \VY'r IIi Tallahassee for
b seen at tug neyr county JaiL THIS WEEKS:
sly tin Joyce T. VutckifiAdIAlilua..aa..a..ba." Saturday and Sunday guests to enroll their spn, Frank two Says, Said City tfsftventh right to

-" .' r of Mr:I'and'Mrs.. '-, D., B.. 'Thomas'and ,4 in: North Florida' College- for' the" BJ;lilt. o. .1e; tint .lira. Bob Faile" is visiting_ accept juryuy or reject STCUKU.any:,or-rLUKttiA.all bids

family: fan' term. .AJt.AAfAAAt., l Ail&111.&A A'. / cksonville fg? A few day? this By: Carl John. City cierK.

;Mr and Mrs. .Bill Patrick Herbert' Padgett and sons of Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Reddish -- i week with her uncle, Percy Jones.Mrs. titS; 3t ssJ :
were PTA Bean Bond
Middlebiirg were Saturday guestsof of the State Farm' the lssaf '
In Ppctcn inlet visited Daisy Mocr Johnston i: of
on Sunday for avisit' Discussion By Johns ; >4lrlal Clrralt. !. Aid Farradtord
'Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Padgett. Arthur and Lcuin Redding famil
l oJKtop"Texas'Is'"yisittog" ... .
with ,
Mrs. Lucille Padgett f tj- Florida.IN
Thornton Johns
J of the --
Mr. Mr. and Mrs: H. H. Hamilton, Hes on Sunday 1 Bradford week with her aunt'arid "uncle, KB: p JiXmriSlTLIKK; OK THE!
and, daugbtefoTjacksonvUie'visit-; ands\ Rufus Prevatt Mrs. Fred Moore and, Benee attended W.. J. green and. famqy and scribed'the County, School' Board. de- ME. and, Mrs. J. J.; Brannen, 'also FOLLOWING: .. OtHCKIHIU! t'H t'EIt'n -

: Faculty Concert at the; the A. 5irklandfamUy need: for' jp ssagf pfthe her 'T.:
a p.
ez the Rowell Prevatts on Saturday enjoyed ? school '' .. aunt Mrs. F. BrowrilMfsTT. J94i Chevrolet p/u truck. Mot.
evening. University of Florida on Tuesday a wejner roast at Sampson proposed- bond issue for (. 'Brown '-sP nf 1 last or, no.. ,VHA1-6S3XZ; Ua6 Ford
members of the Hampton Elementary 4-dr. sedan Motor 110'St -
'Mr! and Mrs. Howard Norman evening: Lake on Saturday eyen.irif. School week 'in Miami with her son arid 12822 : 1 Briggs-Stratton gasoline -

and family were Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs.' O. J. Phillips and Tile students of the fifth! } Grade in the PTA at the meet- daughter:in-laW,' Mr.. and Mrs.Gordon I water pytop\' no Serial no.: .
school auditcrium last 13406 granulated
during the Mrs. sugar
family had as guests with their teacher
,of Mr; and Mrs. Charles Rosier of, Jqype Tuesday evening, April 15. West: I In Hersejf sugat paper bags; .
weekend Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Mar- J p. A. Jones'and. '
rut 3 rs. :QO feet black: rubber hose 1H
Raiford.Bud 'and He'remijded"parenls"arii| Ypters Inch diameter: 9-luu pound WATCH THIS SPACE FOR WEEKLY SPECIALS4X8W
grandsonand 'Andrew
and .
tin daughter Mrs. yv fikerson1'werp f'Y Y .'1J","Y,".....'f YY..,,
WiJUams anr1 Pete ; ,, r butane cylinder "no Serial
( tt\atrmoney'pledged foifthy y'ari : gas :
Mrs. Louise Phillips of Waldo canted:\ o4 ;Gorman's bus \
Crews spent Saturday night and ?; Tr1 mat No.. ,
and Mr.and Mrs. Leslie Phillips to Stephen! Foster Memorial "a\ otis scriooLj would have to" be usedfo'that CITATION
Sunday Fannie Williams ""' pariicular"purpose! : "accordtpg CLAY RILE THE RTATE OP 'FLORID A TO:
Hilliard. ;
in Late Sutler. and sons of White Springs pp> Friday, "-'to' and Kenneth C. Johns l:tarke, Fia.
'Crawfordand Mr. and Mrs. Claude Rowe had The Operetta.' tis'sissippt IJejody 1 law-' that: Hamp FIorlda'UanK, at. Starke: Starke,
Mr. and Mrs. HR. t ton'school -
for example, would be by tIlL J. L. Fla.
and Mrs 8trickU4
guests Mr. was'a'huge .
Sunday betagof
as ,. success one ,
family of Jacksonville spent tft' 0 -I George )fink c/o Koeeel urotn-
Sunday th'eRay Newn Burney and Mrs. Bill the! be.st""programs iesSntgd sure have tt\e\ prescribed a- ti& A&&&&&&& "era, Starke... F'a.. SHEET ROCK
afternoon With l; i mount bond _t!dialu
\ Hutchinscn of Starke. %i the 'halytey' School bj e the issue is passed- AND ALL 'VKKSOXS: : ;, FIRMS: AAll

Crawfords. 'i Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Smith and time: ,The'rache' {!!" 'M>s.' 'Jack Over business- conducted"! :at The, 'president for the incomingyear" ING'CORPORA'nPNS OR CLAIMING 9WNI AX INTEREST G. HAY-
Dan. Elaine and Tommie Bar
family 'cf Marietta spent weekend Estes, Mrs. Doyle Eubanks..' 'and the meetting Included a discussion of the Clay Rill PrA'iS Fay'e, IN AND LIEN ON THE ABOVE DE-

ley with LonnIe Harley of Starke with Mr and Mrs. ErnestRaulerson 'Dorothy' "Swanbon'' with the of a, lephpnp fpr the 'sc1i Ol England, secretaryVThelma! Carfer. SCRtRED''PROPERTY.TPU -- -
piss 'NDtaCJ..:! 01? JOU( are
baseball in Jacksonville '
a game' and daughters. They all Music"Directbr'Mrs. MV H der- Francis! lileng'reported tJi i'the Sorry we forgot who the' vice I fcereoy' nOtified that the above described -
on Sunday afternoon.bor. : t' tel phone compan/ and" the president la!: "We". trusted 'property has been seized
visited Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Cannon son anclfhe accompanlstr:vMrs. our
Mrs. V. L. Starling finder anc by virtue of Chapter itii,
and )
honored Mrs. Alma' and Sr. in Starke on Sunday. Fred Mgcre', deserve" the greatesi t SC dos board had'been'confactedi!! meniory'for' this didht* mak 'a Florida Ututes of 1955. and Is now 5 5.

t Starting Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Warren had praise for their'unUrlnt efforU IQ: and as soon as a'phone\ wa"s"avail- ante of it.and the memory went In' the possession of the Board of i
PatSY Starling with "a birth | '
Sp V '" County commissioners of thlllQunti.
able foF
: the "school toe"'school : '
dinner as Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs the'irainin6f these performers! on --strike and yoti.: and each of you US FOR '
d at home
their Sunday.
y on Victor Appleby and family and "Mr. arid'Mrs. Lohnie Teston and board would be willing to:pay1nstallation 'Dottie Fields, daughter-in-- are 'breby'Botlfied taal a petition.
Those enjoying this lovely Warren and costs and&the monthly law er-r'mother; 'Iiirs': Scott I1n er" said Cnapter baa been filed PER
affair Mr. and Mrs. Grady Mr. and Mrs. Mi.and'Mrs; O. 'J. Norman and in the Circuit Court of the lgntu
w \e daughter of.Jacksonville, and Mr. son were "Saturday ''night and( bill. No definite action wai taken'nthe of Jacksonville"called'on us Mod Judicial Circuit, in and for Bradford
Netties, and family, Mr. and .Mrs. sub'ject'by' the PTA.;' ;" ounty, Florida, seeking the
; J day "evening" 'last'
and fanily ( week. Werefolng'
B/lT/ {Starling and daughter, and and Mrs. Leslie Bradley > Sunday guests of Mrs. Betty Johns forfeiture of the. said property, and SHEET
of Kingsley Lake. and'Mr.'and Mrs? Laurie Carter! Fifteen parents and teachers attended oh toT Green Cove to Visit you 'are hereby directed and re-

Mr. and Mrs. T. Starling and son. I Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Williamsonand in Ja ksonVtne: fJ the !meetln!. Mrs-, Frank one of"Mrs. Scott's.daughters and quired' to 'f He your claim, if anyyou .
all of Starke. 'o" have and show cause, on or: SERVICES
and Bill and sons of Gainesville were Mr. and'Mrs) : Raymond Wil Williams formerly vice president. fagltly. before May 12 1958.! : if not personally .
1 Mr Mrs Green
!."weekend guests'of Mr. and Mrs. hams, of Jacksonville spent tht Is'now"acting president since the 'Jack and Dumple Wilkinson ,'served 'wltn process herein,
daughter, Bonita. attended services within (20) days from
resli atf n"of" and twenty
at the.'Primitive Baptist Troy Bennett and Gary. weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Ed Lawton. "f went ((6 Madison last Sunday "t6 nersonal' service, if personally ser *
Miss Patsy; McStephenson. of Durban and sons. oungbiO d. visit "Miss"iMe" Wilkinson..The ved with process herein, why the Paints Roofing
Cnurch in St. George. Ga. on Sun should not be forfeited
: Oak Felled Storm sa\4 property
day. Jacksonville came dowq with Rev 'Misses Patricia and "Judy< Pad:. By report Tier fo. De'ver'wreak' and pursuant to said Chapter. Should '

'Mr. and Mrs. John E.'Anderson and Mrs. E. P. Sheetz and daugfi- gett visited Mr s.rld Mrs. Franklin tie' vi rains'and wind on Tuesday help earnot re"cpvering well from you fail to rue claim as herein e Lumber \ Materials
week took directed; Judgment! will be entered
last as'toU.another !
j Miss Rose Mary and spent the.stroke. she suffered recently!
ter. weekend.
and family and Mrs. Gertrude BeU In Maxvllle olds herein against you.in'due course.
the weekend with them at the Mr.. and Mrs?Ernest,'Russell of ol'Hampton's 'large ''old live oak We ialso learn triatvGebrge Pres- Persons not personally served with Masonry
Jacksonville Sat-
Tower of were Past rium. : trees when one in front of the cot$t'is ''recovering'(but '' slightly process may obtain a copy of toe Water Pumps
Baptist weekend ;
urday and Sunday'guests of Mrs. Tampa je/e ,guests\! pf r : forfeiture file herein\ from the unrdersigned Products
Nancy Keene and the Allen Harts. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Torode and Mr.and Mrs. Ollie Pick apd fam- Hampton Baptist Church pastor from the heart attack, he suffered Clerk. of the Circuit
son. Jeff, of Gainesville were ily. They'all visited Mr.'and Mni. ium birthe dust', and look a bit some time! ago/ We ,hope these Court.::
Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Higginbothand hand and seal of
If W1T.NKS3 my *
and 'daughter of Maxville weekend guests of Mvr., and. Mrs,, Billy Carter in .Jacksonville on of the roof"gutter'along with t.;: two can soon recover from their the above \en IOne.1 Court in Hardware Lawn Mowers
Fred Moore. 'The. tree had been rotted out suffering/ancl be back' with usagain Starke; Bradford' County Florida,
vjsited Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Starling Saturday., 'still this 1C day of April AiL, ms.COUKT .
on Saturday evening.'Congratulations'to Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Sapp and Sunday' guest of the Leonard though .greenleayedarid I in church'services'" "" and" AS" ( S1SAL1 "
daughter of Jacksonville were Prevatt.family wartMr.snd'l4rs.; broke the "think approximately 12 neIghbors.: ./ CHAKL.K3:! A. UAKtfV, "

; Mrs. Mattie luncheon guests of Mr feet'above the ground toppling A1 ng'theClay Hill folks hi\ Clerk V of \tne Circuit Court,
Saturday Macclenhy. ,
a darter for having' won the T. V. Toa JJorman and family; of ; Flprida.
: Set which'was given by the Gulf and"Mrs. 'Arthur Pearce. Mr. and' Mrs. Water Grit: in the front1,yard'against a pecan Stark Saturday were' Richard 4/17 Jt 6/1

Station at them Grand Openingthis' The Joe Shuford family:of St. fis and daug hte-, of Manville. and tree alongside the house. Little Lang. Dumpie Wilkinson and the NO MONEY DOWN
damage caused house
was ,
: leeekend. Augustine were here thiswreken Mr. and; Mrs.. Sidney. antf\ family Stricklands.' .' .. Cir lt C'v.rt. Bradl.rd C...tT.
Shu except for roof gutters' and front -vi have learned but little .. '
Mr.'and Mrs. R. L. Bradley and tor a visit with Mrs. John of"the State Farm: ,news 'Flarldat Chsnrery.
ford 'and Dave. > and screen door. Shrubbery and lawnIn"fronYwere again this As usual.:'no one Madeleine **.' Stanley, plaintiff vs.
L.- Mr.- and Mrs. CalUe GPft1a I week. : Defendant.
family visited"the R. Smith! broken'and' Charles. Stanley:. ,. Jr.,
family in Starke on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Burney of Leslie Bighlapd visited Mr..ftnd dug by has helped us to get' 'the news together CaB8 NQ 1: 517
: branches; a water faucet in the jet they '" to !BT.tle' T. Appear Repair
: Mrs.'Bob Wheelerand on expect us
1Mr.'and Mrs Jack Estes were Jacksonville visited Mrs (Georgia fajnUy yard arasbioken and To' lades: Stanley: Jr.. whose
In ..Gainesville on Sunday afternpon. Ann Sapp on Sunday afternoon. Sunday ; power lines know, all' of.it'ind write all they residence and address is: c/o

..Mr>. old Mrs. Harpld Ftu4ee pd dragged down. Power company trio w;,all we know/and all everyone Phillips!!, SO K. Winmon Avenue- Add Rooms Carport ..-
for. a visit with, Dr. Frank Mr. and Mrs. O. J.: Anders and fleWs cleared the tree TueSday East WWUston, New. York ---
"; away .. knows o' they can"read"it inthe" .
and aim
r family
Billy were Sunday 'dinner ?guestsof qwtnrof *, 'You' are hereby notified that a
I Maxville visited Mr. "afternoon. two papers, theGreen, Coven suit' lor dlvprce, 'custody, control
I >. :,r'FOR'.. DEPENDABLE t. ,'. ... .and Mr.family and in Mrs Jacksonville.Johnny Jenkips, Tom Godwin in Oluitea, on,Sun: Both Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Facie : the" St rk*: papers.- Theyfail and ratification support of of minor separation children agree-and Bath Room

day w.ere''away,from home at the tiiqe., to. help!! us \Dfl: at all and we haven ment' has been filed against you in
I' 1.b-. and Mrs; Percy Griffis and and';. to the house when the tree the above named i Court and cause
; \ : goamong
Mr. way 19 the folks to SEPTIC TANK AND FIXTURES
.VMiss'G1onIa and (
rr Anderspo INCLUDING
rr Termite Control l I daughter, Miss Minnie Lee were In fell'-were'Ilrt.. LL.- MeJton'and > -.. aq'd you ar, required to serve a
and Mrs. p.;'Q..Wflkerspn hart( asguest8 get ...e'pews.ye'1av copy of your 'answer or pleadingto )
'" Indian River City,on Sunday, for duptlg:'the.eekend 'Mr. the two: Faile daughters; 'Linda, \ : .been having good at; fte complaint" on tbe, lalntut s
.:BooMfcoU OoumvtMMWB ,.visit with'their'son-in-law: (and arid ,--: '
a I and,.Mrs; ,V. D.:Dickerson .:andfamfly Terrl- si tendance at tfie'.Hfghland 'revival. FLIPm'Frank Landrum, Box, 646
''to daughter, Mr. and,!*s. Tex Witsog : :'Thin hollow Paint -- New Roof
"P.Mo o..tnI ,'Mr.:' .d Mrs: I>.v':$. Bali ; trunk of the; tree .!1\\ -aU.:: 4ve'sure heard'some Starke; Florida ?
I' and ,daughter. AMiss" } :' file, the original In the office of
o was filledwith .rainwater:* from and
: \ I \ Boals '
leutine.and,famivpfr 7? cksonvil1f:. W9nderfupreaching;. Rev the Clerk of the Circuit' """>ir" on
... '' FerrsuV:;lTe.aD.Jf'.dley, and. <1 tic:.WL.9rtt c ; 'Of NAS: the..'doWnpour' dust ,before ;noon preachesrdireptiyfrom '# Bennett and'Gary..visit\ a When -treetell;' and.pqured I UiB: otherwise the allegations of
L. Troy the :
preaches according to the
trs': He
; o.a _. \' C.-KHy: : : and -mo { er.: f\ safd. Compaint will be taken al>
Yrddtit :p v.. edMr'4; and'Mrs, :;Shad Thompson MargtSely. .wer'-'W. ankee- brownish stream IIi the. yard as it Bibl'lft.tP. tnes sagel7it who' it confessed. -by you ,
t inLake8utle! >y'gn Friday'evening.I came..do.wn.f> !' 'u ,, This-,notice thAJI be publishedonce ..
wil All of who attend have
;; tOWn on Sunday tqi1W: with } four COllseeut'lveweexi
week for
p I \ each
;l Florida. "\ Control' .), Mrs. Mae'Wells;inspected: hom Mr,,and Mrs:-Johhli,:CKefy.e. WMU.M"eetfag Here I real 1y;!pij9'y ed all of the messages, in the Bradford Count Tele-

s &, Chema 1'Co. on Wednesday't fur .week's;: : ; 1''Ehtering Wide'Door8.,* V a 'program 'and; will 'too.'1f 'attehd;
tr"+ MrVahd frtr+% &Tanner; hadas won ." you "D ted i, 1 day of ,April 1958.OF5'ICIAL FREE ESTIMATESCALL
= .of mission '
and daughter on preparation
visit: with her'son 'visitors' durinjar tbA t; weekend e' tfi will close next Sun- ( SEAL) V

,'U N. W/ietk A*. in-law', Mr. and'Mrs"!. Ernest Well Mr. and' Mrs. Q. U trap PlHu; : aries. was/presented: the WMUof dap every.unday noon we will ,Charles 1 'j.. Darby. .
-- of the Circuit Court.
: (iaioe vlnel7olid* in Mobile; Ala bronn, and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Zack r Hampton .Baptist Church by have:. a"fellowship' dinner at_ the By Marian. Clerk L. Crosby,, Deputy Clerk OR WRITE

d Mr and Mrs H. E.. Priest.and :of Jacksonville.Mr. Mrs".K. Watterson, at the regular c urctr. All are "inyijed'to attend.Wi11Kaq *2 - 4/J 4t 1/U

--- -- --- monthly meeting-Thursday 't church next Sun ,
f, and Mrs Perry' 'Newsomf be | < ., DAY OR NIGHT
evening. April .IT.. _
' F.llIOUS'PAINT Starkewere P6wn41ag At
THE.SOUTH'S MOST and sons of. Sunday gyt
Mrs .Watterson Included in theprogram
1 a 4 Its i -
dinner guests of.Mr. and Mrs. J. ', Ia..s
:a Bible'QUiz on the missionary ,
< D. Clarke and daughters. Y TYYYYWWYYYY"Y'YY"YY"' All TypesEconomical 45QR333STARE

,; pnljr_ A.98 per- gal. 2ND EVERY 'FREE Guests' of Mr: and Mrs Gu:, journeys o.!,Paul. 'Ibirte nwere"present' t .t
for the meeting .at V
Futch'and family during thi PIN'U' t VE ," : .
up.!. GAL, them? of Mrs. M., P. Misner.: } Prices
weekend were Mr. and Mrs. One t+
"Members of New River Associational x K>
MARY CARTER Garratt of Tallahassee.".and *
PAINT STORE;' Mrs.: "HFlli
: r Jacksonville. WMU were entertained tIIalnPton \ I r
Charley Moey of .
01 N. W. 8th Ave: ,Gainesville FR 6.7588 Mr. and Mrs. J. 'T. Padget Baptist Church on Friday t& &A&&i&&i&A&&&&&&& See' Us',Fec'C4mklee. :.an BUILDERSSUPPLIES
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; April 18. for the Quarterly EA TITLE>) \ LpAJVS
s and son,of Clay' Hill had dinner We a good >
had attendance
.. meeting ; \i
i with the Theodore Crews !famiJ)'. ,Rev. H. H. Mptt, of Kingsley h}urch aod Sunday School. Rev. Plumbing& Heating
Mrs. J. S.. Eunice and son, Da '
; Lake Baptist Church was speaker Martin Jackfonv? brought: the '
Tfiafs Our Business and INC.
vid and Mrs. Green *
visited for the morning;. following the message and held baptism at the.evening GJJANNPLUMBING ,
If It's Glass We Hare It! daughter Geneva GeoriePrescott' business"session and program.' ''A ftrficg.- lt..
in the Veterans Hospitalin CO.
: CALL WRITE 'or VISIT covered, ,dish buwfcetw concluded We are sorry, to report the illness

r Lake' City on'Monday' ; tht mee t1r>g.: of Rev.:J.'E.'Murrhee,1e; i$ US Court Street After. P.M. Call Eaton Jordan. 340.W
Mrs. Joyce Miss En- s
Futch and
e ; apjej, C( INee. 4 be |x>sp\ttal in Jacksonville and PHONE 514-J
Joe Peters -
Glass Blanchard afternoon '
Co. were -
za Mrs. J. Hamp B'. esjiofl} p{ the QUnty's' Mrs. Inez Kelly is in the Hospital AT SJV.L. DEPOT STARKE, FLA.
of and
guests Mr. animal rabies clinic will be to starts( ;. w* wish them both a ftlitlt i CaD Collect* 2396

,: FOR ANY GLASS NEED B.icy: Dye Lake.at their home on Kings-' at'"the' t*'; hal} next' Saturday. speedy recovery% "" >and all.others who' Kent9n'< Heights

We Design Modem Store. Fronts' sick April 26, from 1 p. m. to 3 p. D\ af! W. ::-
list Mrs.
Just Mail Us A Pattern for Those on the are and Sponsored by the"county Sanl: M!. and MrsH.'H: :: Le wls tds1tedfir I .
: Table Tops I Ola Starling Donna Pick. tartan Jack Tarwick, the,vaccine \ spn-ln-'la ag and daughter, Mr" V -V 4 V V U

Joan Wilkerson. V ,
will"be administered by a local and Mrs. B.. M. T Q nu'an Friday.Mr. 1 -
313 N.W. 4th PL G esville FJa. Phone FR. 2433r The WSCS of '
: & I the. Methodist cetedriadan., The charge. is $UQD ( ) .end Mrs. John Hcbtrts cj
i Church held a Study Course ai '
r animal .Keystone Heights''were, dinner
the Church qn Friday, Mrs. Bruce personalS 'Of t ttui H. M McRaas_ Sun I'YVIJflI
Graf East Palat>:a was fa "
Mrs: Lena Damon of Belmont 4. [
charge of the'prograM.. A delicAr N.'Y: visited a', days this week ,Mr,, and Mrs..,L. A. Crosby and

TOWN FINANCE COMPANY oils lunch the Waldo was served Lake to Butler membersfrom and hi Hampton with Mr: and Mrv Mr.. And Mrs..;.!I. M. McRa? visit
Worthington Springs churches Jbhn"P'arker. Her nephew,'Llew: ed .James Crosby at St. Edward's- AV

elyri'Mixbf Panama City came for .Hospital; Sunday/
: 114 West Call St. Phone 544 Mr. and Mrs. G. W.. Roberts. /Mr!.and of .
tier Wednesday, to visit in'"Pi.na-: Lien. William, tAle .
'. Mrs.Effie Miner,. and af}. .and ma City until':.bO "'May' I,'when 'Rochelle; T ias. and their} .son, 1 I

: 5 Now Making Mrs. Billy Torode of Gainesville' sHe fa tq'retuTn'tb Ne* Nort i tea 5-have returned! ',bow after r 1

I attended the:.Roberts,Family Reunion t 'TMr: : :.arid 'Mri :Frank Williams ,spending six Feekss.here with _

: LOANS TQ ALL PERQNS which was held at Palm, and >children:,'Roy''Morgan 'and tneir:-wnTin-law,, and "daughter.Mivand'Mrit.X _

Valley Ranch .home' of_Dr. and Amelia', Williams.' d-1.fr. knlMrs. I C.:"Eflls. Theyfere

: -Regularly Employed Without. Co-Signers. Mrs, E.:H. Roberts of. Jacksonville. : Arnold'UUdo lt'i Jacksonville : accompanied? by-'Mrs, Ellis
Beach. 'alw Mr, and 'u2 Ed' Pur- i wh'9 .will spend about ten days

:. LOANS. FOR. ALL. NEEDS 'Rev.,a ld :Mrs, W.-L";Mffls,Sr, baiitaWt; : y.* *; witi> .tjiejn and'cWettalativeS.} '

.e ' $25.00 TO $600.00 : Mrs. F. C:Peavy/Mr: _;W.;L. Milts. ",$ae.FowkrV daughter of 'Mr. I"Mi. and Mrs. tet and. "son; else

e 0' Jr., anc1.'QJ..U1&. daughter. Tammy enfl-Mrs. William Fowler, underwent : nsitedfti) ., sad l frs. Els< .'..prtb; of, ;

all of Jacksonville-called on Miss an operation,f or appendicitis I Dade City while herer!

: LOANS OF ALL TYPES Elizabeth ,Terry'.OA, Saturday. at; Bradf 6H County Hospital 'on i Jt was a beautiful day last Sat,: v Vf

+ 'Personal, Furniture, Auto, Real Estate. afternoon.... i ,. t...' Saturday',ev nIng: I urda| (or.thVfamilrrgkttogetiier t

V V Mrs, Troy ,Bennett.;:Miss .Sinai Miss Jessie"May ,Brannen ofBartow. at the home of the,H. M: McRaes.. Circulates Water Continuously

Prescott. Miss; Enza Blahchard, ; a>id'!4r';;and Mrs.-DennfeBrannen :Those; present for this occasion

: LOANS FOR, ,ALL GOOD ,r.URPaSEsConsoltdate.Uils .. Miss ElizabeU;Tero-, Ref.: ,and : -.oiLake4V: spent.Sunday ', were,:;> Ir. cRae'f'four Asters, During Washing and Rinsing

Reduce-Payments; ,'.Medical,. Taxes, Mrs.'E P- Sheets tmd Mr .Joyce I in Hampton with, Mr., 'aridMrs. Mrs.'fila"' Neal of Gainesville?MIS.Horence t.i w r6 w.a.ri rrw. W...driw.>4 iM>i to TV*

Refinancing Emergencies Etc. rutc ,.:"eie.among those attars '! Raleigh Brannen, and family, : Haltlwanger' and Mrs. i -..........-..._...... ""' ......1 oI9O1oaIy. -
.w. i..r
ing the Revival t Highland nap- Mr {and\Mrs; :Wedey- Griffin Neater Fetcher ;of Jacksonville' 'rr..r..1. .._10...dy.,..__.-.,....,.-.Ia4;_-..
tist Church this F eek. : 1dJ.4rS.: .Margie Underhill; one _M__..*Ktwn. K._p4./. b.
: if : and daughter spent' last i weekend ". ..._w*HopoM'l N W AUttlMAtlC yawns wuetaV
VV TO :SUIT, .BUDGETS.Small ,Mrs'C. 'E..Stricklandof: # Gainesville to Gainesville with;;the, B. EUandfamfly. .!broUier', M! JL McRae of Starke. I ': .,V ,V -' .

.Small :Monthly Payinents.Up' To'24' Months was' the Friday .overnight\ Other 1' i1l1ni 'reJatiyfs were ', '" ." ,' fw.rd..6.y.., ....
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: .ita': : J H. skeen' and .grandson ::1. r't. M kuky pra <.* 9+,
guest sister Miss ,
of her Elizabeth ; ..
f 'arand: bSrs..' Charlle'Hodges of ":, .' .......
James.Richard'Willis;; .Mrs.: J.- R. .
j f ioAr:5; ARE OUR BUSINESS Terry.. r Mflccleriny'were i 'Sunday 'V itors -.unoII CONIICU s.aCU_111M
r V .''Word has.been received here pf at lhetibme'of;Mr,'and' Mss.. H., Lyons Jr: and granddaughter, ,., j''*"' -'" "" tar.t. Iwrwdwl, .....................'.. ,
1 ere' Here To Serve You Regardless of'Who You;:Owe' the* death' 'R.W1ftms... t ,Debra;-t 'nn' Hodg .' Dd!Mrs. T. .;' _......-c.w-- arm.wIPdVV..w...
C( ... ', ... ,_ recent ,a1:JlenedictpDineen ?. I : K: Stokes, 'all'of Jacksonville;- Mr. ;'J' ,.,' .Nr.rf(V ri.d.kra .
67,;;a, Justice of ;;tbeSupreme' ..U1:. and/MtSji'Madison: "Lee.pfPerry and airs. Robert Taylor and I -" ,.. ';. -, ',1 ....... .--..... --- -- -

: ,Se'IJsPor.Prompt: Efficient and Courteous Service, For:'. : .iCourt'State New j ; Itnd'Mr; ;: and Mrsl: Dan 0Qradyj '- daughter and Rob tutw Fr.r. rwrar,.S...i..r r-.-.-'.,.d
York and.the Frank'. '' Charlenft son ; ...,:.: !--------.
uncle of MDineeaVRoilte ;
: All Your Money Ne ds'0 ; : ; of tTackSonyilte visited.qrra sit of ;0111Stee;' and Mrs -M. J.Lt 7
: : l..:Lawtey.Justice
mW.n1yaa.6teekend' .with"Mr. '
Dineen had'served;oh,theN, T.: arid MrsT-W: 'Al Saxon- 'chip'Sunday Rae of Starke'; { and MriJ. *J f f .
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r and
f : f : .Roy Neal and t 'lft 95
FINANCE : 1Incebis
election J
TOWN COMPANY : on the .'
,dau. xter oi Gainesville.CALL .. .
Democratic tickel'lItiS district ( '
.... ; ,.dinner guests at th

: AT ,STARKE ., comprised. the,Bronx'and Man. ; home'of Mr:*c4Mrs,: G. c. coxwerMr. Foq sine -- -,-,

; hattan. f, and :J rs:,.Otto 'Kicks, AUfl' 16.19sS; t

: (Across Sreet From Olen's. DePLSton).. At present! Mr.'and Mrs. Dtnen Jr. and children VM tpj| s V'ie sealed bldg will .be rectiyea".

: t41'\V\ !'a .4jlly'St.e V "Phone" 544 are la New,York City and recently Cox home Sunday iIt ternoou'were titarkeVat-thenlflyfltaW'tn' City tt k "41

enjoyed a deep sea'fishing'tripto l Mrand Mrs. Woodrow Cox, and Florida nntfl 7:09 o'clock P. M. on Vxc haftgct
Tuesday,Ute Ctb day of May. A.U,
e Ke1.W .and'Ule':B hsunu.. .family of:lake:-Geneva.- n5Sr- \ WUC&, Ume.antL place all



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THtTHSDATL'APRIL.. M. II5f.. V I / BRADFDfilf_, CODlrnr, _'TCL. ";UBAmI_ __wrAitkif._ .rfilrnin. *- : V J -.;;-: ""' -:"' ,.. t :: V S )t.;. -.; .arirrV .
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i number will rfipb next Sunday.) i\ewt Baptist: Church h i I the prt.lram'bkh;) viry ;U(-
I I Mr. and Mrs. Oscar ,Wilkinson I fl Fin geiling*:&ss.will be delivered triT--.T.T.BapUs' ; .Church.VSS Rev. cessful. Sister Emote Chh.ion anJ

G. Loon :1 and children enjoyed' a fishing, to1'J I;n ,, :arradijindJ: .. Y..' E.d"! Robinscn pastor held regular service Sister Mary Shaw I left ? donation
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V CHURCH NEWSI f 1 I, i trip to Ocean Pond Saturday and, "awt.or., --r '-..If..&," ,'" P.J"1hr'I fish.. 'on Sunday' starting with Sunday of $1.90 each for the afternoon

,1 \1u1n I Padrett caught about 25 'fish, po4.: "... : .. ,.. !j" School at' lO a. in. Soul-stir program: both are- ,wives of the
Mr. and Mrs.. F. B. Coleman = OWS8r*.. !i .$SHOOTS a'Ilie Fish and Wildlife' V V5 Service ring: $ermbris were: delivered* by A. M. E. mini ters.and could not

VYYYvyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy had all cf their family for Sun- provides. fish for rfcckin fariapcn tHe pastor.a( 11 and g pjnt'"flansaf be present due to other 'religious

l! Viittng' !.frl im i':Mrs. Julius .I day dinner including Mr, and SoiliConseryationN.EWS sanq V1.ooperates, with;* ,' the :rst3i'Beirig[' made ,to., organize. 'I service All members are asked to

Presbyterian Church At The Tabernacle Kowatch,,this weekend were.)Ir. Mrs. Don Eichelsor and son. and State'''T Fish and: Gaipe'''DeparitSCooeryaioaSfr- the ctolr"union,'Sis.' RaneU" ,En-. do their full duty, so that' ,we. may

C S. and.Mrs. Bob.Dicks.. ;:of, DuqdeQ. Mr. and Mrs.. Ray' Pellum. of ifl l4cV glish, jepcrteri.; V', make a round report to Elder

Friday Adult Choir Practice, '.;Mr;.andtM1' Sejbe'Harris jrif it- Jacksonville.Mr. ? By.-.Bill Haas Vkk and heAricuituraIExten- st,. Johns Baptist Church Jenkins. May, Trustee. Day Sunday .

_ 7:30: p.. m.SaturdaJ. Tabernacle Sunday service at the Gospel ed.Mr .hdiMrs..Merri4one4| at and Mrs. Buford Higgin- $oil onwn-aUon( SeniceA sion *Serjic: J io'piovide\ fish.. whentheie ; .:'St.\ Johns.Bapjis\ Church Rev. April 27th. Mary Helen

were conducted by Dr. fp) omeJas.Sunda1 botham alut family enjoyed a fgjwcies"assist'," t. Mople'y, pastor ]4jrteyl.[ will have White.; reporter
Western small Banner
District j Harry F. McGee. who, with his visit with their son-in-law and 'water' th trol ditch. was "' \t'l" : : i04"lfndRaiIf Thunton School NewsLetters
---> their.Building !
Pioneer Conclave, 10 a. m. to i thMrsrt.yerble.l Anderson visited located eIlY1.j.5: .
wife, arrived Saturday from their and staked out for R., C. a '
m. 1"1 her.daughterMrs! Kiattje McNeal daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle I Iarmfisii pcnds. under Sunday. The'h: >UQwing cap tarns and cards have, been
recent '
Sunday Church cV"l Regular missionary work in Mexico. in..JI\C yilleJastl&un4a7.J- Schmehls and children in Jack Dampier: to'control.-the. water management, can.,contribute ma- are'......, xpectfa'm. ke a grand" report sent by all the pupils .in ,.the
I on Tuesday and .ThQ1Da5 sonville over the weekend. Friendsof level in a-pond that Is located t |..Sisters Alice tong, TrueLore third and fourth grade to Shirley
all ages, 9:45: a. m. MorrirVor.- : Friday, and Saturday nights of .r ; : O'Brien on, P1,, r tt..oll' ;
ship, "Tithing and Chr'stim rv.thg" : this week will be conducted by were, sightseeing tn..\Ja. kpyilIe Mr. Schmehls will be interested the edge 'or a cultivated fi ld..The I pyp"; ; Ii: 'LlP flyf: .tru e,_in_ sinith, .. Sadie Clark. Gladysframptf Ann Brown who is still"shut-in,

11 a. m. Youth FeEwshipoi|; Dr. McGee. and next week. be- last,.Sjinday"t.:.,af ternoon. L.Wb1le to know that he leaves' this pond.would fill.up'and flood part the southern .Elites n1: ;( !.tiea'cons' Tt>ompkin' with burns received when her
therethey yisit weekend for a' tour.of' overseasduty5withthe 'ihert..r clark J 'Sherjnan': Hamptcu;, Sister dress caught fire. A special activity -
6 p'. m. Evening Worship.' "Home- ginning Sunday morning May 27, ::: ::1r1r.tU1d vilrs.G Navy.: ol/ the field.causirig: Considerable I|I pcfpdf i 'attei ,$t.ht" .. e H. 'Sheiinan and others. )The
W. .Morris V 1 is being'pIarined for, the
ward Bound", 7:30 P. m. MS *i ficieut. ; j z lor jis.*.- Jjar '
a series of-prophetic and evangelistic t, ? 1
Thursday Junior 'Choir Prac- Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.Elhe.SuUivan.were Baldwin High School l baseball damage ten the row "crops.- This 1 I mej$ "' jip'oyn A"ponii( sttf srtii member' !! (:and friends .are* ,asked school .en .Wednesday April 30' at
services will be heard each ..
tice. 3:30: p. nL St 1'ke Social Club, evening at '7:30: o'clock. Special Rey. and Mrs. team won another Victory* Saturday ditch will be cut to the Soil Conservation find thai with'a little -labor !and s to do"thpirUjpt so" that bJr mayIrtb11Mf 7 p. m. Mrs. S. C, Price principalis '
afternon with 'or 8 to 'nw
a score
o.O'Pl".iBr:93kins" and daughter Service inviting all to attend.
Methodist Recreation Hall. 7:30 music will be featured. : Spe ificatlons. ncncritical materials they can
p. In. 0 Lin4aj Fay&jpf,,pamptonc, ..... ,Il. 6 played in Callahan with the' Callahan -' The side' slopes 'will' be 3 to 1. build a small fishpond which will church. Fire In Reno

.. ?VYvyvyvvvyvvvvvyyyyv'yiRISING ,.Mrand.firs. I,4Qyd.jadgett and High School. With this$ type of a fiat V' ditch, product enough, fish to suppler- We regret the recent death of Oh last Thursday night around

Methodist Church S famUyiYisited ;Mjvand.Mrs,.Johnnyr.Walkrtto On Friday night, May the maintenance' will be easy:' and at ment their Jmeat -. supply' and the relative of Peacon Benjamin I 9:30: th home of Deacon Wijlie)

.:4aQ t>sonyiUe .Jast final Centennial jamboJlbe very little cost. It will tOt be nee; furnish minerals and vitamins required -* Clark. Services will be held all Green and Queen Esther Green

Sunday, ;. held at the Middleburg'skating Jssary1 :to get heavy equipment In day starting with Sunday School burned.- the building -
S Sunday Church School for t: ;: v &_ % in thfJ't, I was Although ,
lSD9iJe Qjff rink. at which time, Johnax.Tilrlotsonr. t9-. maintain maintain Members and friends invitM
of ,
son Mr. and this type of ditch.Szna1'farm are was saved partially by the
all 'ages.:11 9:45: a. m. Morning Worship By Mrs. Cordon .JonesAAAAAAA4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAA M .?f f 4firijflsje.ft, |astiSatur- well known televisi n-"perr quipment will do the health., A farm fish,pond one acre to attend. Sis, Sadie Clark, r- firemen, most of the things inside

a. m. MYP. 6:15.: Even. day for.jpalifprnlaEdward ,,. .."li former, .:will .bef.rcs5ent with ,lis lob/This ditch will nol overdrainthe in size, properly 'fertilized and P rter. were ruined completely. Both are
Jng Worhip. 7:30: A '
p m. nurseryIs Mr and 'Mrs. G -, 'Green::was home againy1sg.ki. band. V area. It will just control the managed, can supply up to 200 cr Jit. Pisgah A. M. E. Church members of New Bethel Baptist.
provided for small children : : :-Lewis and "
Mr. Mrs. Slade and surfacfe
water Vhich -Ml. Pi5gah A. M. E. Church Church.
during the morning service anda Mrs. Paul Faulkner and children ;, .P\feti nrhe family of Hampton were guests causes so more pounds,of fish 'a.year "
weekend.MAXVIUE. ._ Rev Richardson held
: pastor regular -
Junior Church has been organ' spent Thursday, with Mrs. Wood- over the:weekend cf relatives here'in V.. YTTYTYYT1'TTYYTTTTytYYTYTt'YYYYYYYYTTYYYYY' V -

!bed for, young people from six to row .Thom of Brooker. Maxville. services on Sunday starting LIvE. BAIT BOATS
NEWS wj1h$ Sunday"School.I, Supt. Annie -
)2 years of age.. Mrs. Lennie Carol and sons of VV'vvYvYYyyyyyyyyyyyyyyH Baby Girl 1Mr. QF INTEREST TO, COLORED I ,
I : Wright in charge. Morning messnce _. COTTAGES .S
Wednesday. Prayer Meeting V Miami Mrs. Maggie demons, and .'"aiid' Mrs. Jack' Waters anncunce CmZENS'OF' BRADFORD C00NTY was delivered. by the pastor I -

7:30 p. m, Mrs. J. C. Clemens of Heilbronn H the arrival of a baby .... 3:30: p. m, message by Rev. Lee, RUTLEDGE'S
A cordial welcome is extendedto visited Mr. and Mrs. Leon Conner By Ozora J.SheD
daughter born.. Thursday.. April : '
V By: M! C. B. NaIn&AAAAAAjAAAAAAAA4AAjAAAA" pastor of Antic h and, Calvary 1 Mi. South of KeystoneOn
everyone to worship .with us at last Saturday. 17. at St. Luke's Hospital hi Jack '
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!i Baptist Churches, music by 'the 100EstabtishedlS9J
all services! Mr. and Mrs. Dick Raulerson i A .&&.& A &AA& Route
sonville. Mrs.. Waters returned --------
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and family of Brooker visited home from the'hospital. Sunday. garet: ,Drummond. and the : -
I We ate glad to report that little '; committee -:
FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH relatives in this section Sunday "Good-By",; we, say to some i '
butthe had therein
:Elaine baby ta.remain reports Mrs. L. M. Royal '
S Padgett, daughter of Mr.
Rev.-J. E. Sherwood, Minister evening. incubator until it is ableto Icyed .one who eoes. a.way.It is was installed I ALVAREZ jlUKfcl'
!and Mrs.I. J. Padgett, is at home -an .as president cf Unit II I
Sunday Bible School 9:45 :a. Mr. and Mrs. Buck Alvarez visit- be brought, heme. natural forius: to .miss:our loved 314 of Starke and will receive the II
I getting along better after
m.. Morning Worship, 10:45: a. m.. ed the Eddie Normans Sunday spend Mrs. Dorothy Kilgore and her ones. Sister Albert,-Albright will gavel-which is. her.emblem of office .. -
tog.8everal days in. the. Bradford _
Choir i : ,
Practice, 6:00 Youth be missed
< p. m. evening. S County Hospital with pneumonia. family enjoyed an outing at the because.-&he a on May 4 at'RJE at 2.p.:m.
Church 7:00 p. m. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. C. I Baldwin skating rink, on Friday faithful member; New 'Bethel New members are :needed, join
Lcnnie Hlgdonson of,Mr..and
Wednesday;- Bible Study 7:30p. I Lewis last week were Mr. and Mrs. Bud: Higdon has been suffering night /also.] Skating is becoming: a :Baptist. Church for many years. today.! Persons who have applied

m. Mrs. E.. J. Manni of Starke and pcpular. pass, time among, the On. Monday, morning early, ,she fgrjpembership include Ruth Edna AkEiO1C111Jackson's
severely .from..third degree
First Thurs. of each month,i Mr. and. Mrs.' Leon Conner. burns received last Wednesday Maxville residents. We'd welcome departed ithis, life; at/o'>lBradfordCountxiHospitaUwhere. Dell Holland' and Annie Ruth

'p Ladles Council 7:30: p. m. Visiting Robert Norman over morning when his clothing\ caught a.rink of our own out.here.Mr she .was Royal others expected join

the weekend were Mrs., Maude < and Mrs. :Bud--Waters and hospitalized. : ,lor.,11 .days. She: hands with the new administration -
ire while standing In front an
ANNUAL HAM SUPPER Morris and Mrs. Maggie Normanof family of..Jacksonvillespent- SundayS leaves to mourn her passing a devoted ,and make 1958-59 the best

The ladies of the First ChristIan Gainesville and Mr. and Mrs. open Mr.andMrs.fireplace.: Earl Wilkinsonand with Mr .; Dorothy Waters daughter, .Mrs, Jessie .Mae year ever by giving your service t Livestock Market is YOUR

< Church will sponsor their an- Albert Norman and son, Johnny and family*. V V\ McpoUum;, son, J. W. McMillan6f 'TOR GOD AND COUNTRY."

hual ham supper Thursday night, .Mulberry.: family.several of Jacksonville days this week are :A group of young people serena, Detroit ''Michv two daughter; ChnrchNewsV Market, with Lower Commission Rates.,

April 24, in Jhe, elementary school Mr.. and Mrs. William Lee and spending with the Drew Wilkinsons.Mr. ded Mr..and JUrs...Oscar!.<>Owens,I r in-laws, .Ltidora, McMillan andRosa New Bethel Baptist Church I '

cafeteria., h_ __ _Tickets_ will be on sale son returned to their home in. .and Mrs. George Johnson newly w ddedouple., .Friday McMillan J ,a son-in-law, New Bethel Baptist Church, When you bring your Livestock to Jackson Market,
at the and hours Rochelle, Texas after a few week Willie MfCollum of-Attant1
door serving are and family. of Jacksonville were night. Oscar,received a docking City Rev. A. Vinson, pastor 'will hold
from < ::30 'to 8 p. m visit with Mr. and Mrs. A.C. Ellis. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. In, Yellow- Water: Creek: and a N.Mill/J.; two epews,-.Eugene .Mc- regular services all day starting it has the very best of care and is' saM f rl' the;

.. Church News Doss Higginbotham greasy -pole ride. i S !nof JJSAAP.j Albert Me? with Sunday School at 9:30: a. -m. I
Let's! remember our Homecoming : News From Last Week 1 Millanj hieces...Graee-, Ann andij.ii.da.of Supt. S.eW. Hankerson:in charge. V t

THE SIGHT POINT for the May 4 at Bayless Highway Enjoying' Friday the night Centennial in Middleburg jamboree Mrs.).Harry,: Pa'dgett entertained : : Detroit, VMich;.., other All scholars ,are ,asked to 'be' .on HIGH DOLLAR. .

Baptist Church. Everybody come last.Sunday, .wltl 'Pabirthday.. din relatives in Jacksonville, andGeorgia.and time as .we are having '
a special
way you write. Come In and seyour from Maxville were Mrs. Rubye ? ,
and bring -a picnic basket. Let'sall ner.: honcring her husband on J his\ a host of. ..friends, "Comer Stone Jackson's Livestock
Durrance Mrs. Dora Byrd, E. C. ; \ Rally, Prizes will You can always rest assured that :
Her only son, J.:W.
lei favorite ESTERBROOK have.' a wonderful time. Every- Padgett, Mr. and Mrs C.. B. Nolan birthday. Enjoying this OccaSion was reared faStarke be.iivefx to'le scholars,reportinihe

body is invited.. and sons, Mr. and Mrs.Oscar were: ,Mr. and.Mrs..CIjftoiiCart.er ; ., but is nowa. ..faithfulmember" highest .amo ts. on Sunday.At Market wilf work for your interest. The Big Sale'is on
Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH. Sunday School at10 a. m. and Ricky and ,Mickey'Taylorof Central. Baptist Churchof 11 ..tun. Funeral ServIces for
Wilkinson and Mr. and Mrs.
Church.at 11 a. m. Training Union son. Detroit and a member. 91. ute !
-S V V Clay Hill Mrand .
--- D. J. Parrish and children John ; .Mrs.vGeh'fKonzora Board' Trustees. Sister Alberta, "Albright will".be Wednesday of Each Week
i at 7 p. m. Evening -Service at Waters and Claude Nth- Of Gainesville: 'James held At -1. p. m.. dinner will be
8 p.. m. Also mid-week Prayer N rmans, Jean Harris; Linda According to a report on Tuesdayiifrom. served the AND US :.
G A.Y.S: We regret that JitUett. Donna : : ,, grounds, at,3 p. m. SEE -
__ eUns.Jftyou..cannot go to .,the,fmily tha,unaj
your and:
z ; PayeJ.Hieginbothamlaughter'' of JoeiJ.'D.fAlv4ri; fiofi- th .! own church we, welcome you at nie.'Padgett' :' will be set for 11 a. m. Sunday Ht, :
Mr. the Star
-and Mrs.
Home Mr. and Mrs. Ben Higginbotham, : Morning Lodge, No. 26, JACKSON'SRKEt :
Appliances New .Bethel Baptist Church. .
ours. Don't forget church Rep.Av
Harry. Padgett. Rev. Damon Dell. Worshipful
'i >f has been ill.and wish her a speedY Vinson pastor
V Mr. Cuyle,Wilkinson;Sr.. Leonard t officiating. Master in charge. Guests
are epected $-
Youi Friendly YOU'LL LOVE, the new Esti recovery. S and Chartene Wilkinson 1 and Deaconess Pauline Marshall is; |\II from Jacksonville and other Lovett Jackson, Owner ? Bob Cooper! ,Auctioneer r
\3 "* brook purse-Bizet fountain,pens in .The regular meeting ofthe charge of 'the ,program.( Hughe-'
Civic Club will be held Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Wilkinspn parts cf Florida for this ser Phone FR 6-7211
M xv1lle Gainesville Fla.
Dealer '
Norge pastel shade Only $3.09 at Bradford Chestnut, morticians are in ,
at'the Club house on Friday night enjoyed a fishing trip. at, .Kingsl/ey. / vice. Music will be furnished all I -, -
charge of funeral
County Te1ekTap1LI take recently. arrangements. day by choir'No.. 1 under the direction
'S NQRGE APPLIANCES May 2. at, 8 o'clock. All membersand Sister Alberta. Albright was :a .
The Maxville PTA held 'their
interested of, Miss Lottie_ English.
MAhAO; WASHERS TYUSConvalescent attend.. citizens i are urgedto : regular meeting. April 9 at the'faithul member Choir .No. 1, Evening service'aM p./m. Rev..'A. 1 Ttffi

OwensTaylor'Weddin school. A talk on ,cancer and a : which will. sing-under"the direction Vinson pastor, I in,charge, 100
Home : of' Sister: -'Lottie ; I
OOLEHAN .film shown V Jacksonville All
HEATERS and was a officers,. members and
,A wedding of interest to wide '
a pianist. She'was a' 9f \ t ItNEW
FLOOR FURNACESWe I "A Home Away FromHome" I I dcctor and nurse. Mrs.* Peter's member, friends
circle of friends is .that of Eliza : 1 the are asked to attend!; all of
? Eastern V Star Chapter of Wi'
room won the room cowit;
I ASK YOUR POCTQRABOUT beth Taylor, daughter of Mr. and which Mrs. Sarah Jenkins s: these services Vi We regret the
Service All Makes We were sorry to hear that t Mrs., burning ,of the home of ,
I US Mrs. Arthur Edwards "of HamPi 1 Worthy ;.Matron and' a' 'member: ,
H. Lr Browning hurt her head
Of Appliances ton to Oscar and Daconessn Willie Green and
Owens son of Mrs. or the 'Pan 'Bearers.: All thee
I Your Inspection Invited Ruby 'Owens of Maxville. The when a meat grinding machine will' "e hope, to 40, something. ,amore
participate in'the
Phone :|Q I Nurses on Duty 24 Hrs. Daily wedding took place in Folkston, ell ohjier: It required 15 stitchesto vices.groups' V t' ser-, concrete, gy.to help .them GAS CUSTOMERS

Stark. Florida L 227 S. Thompson Phone 153 Ga. on Friday April, 11, with close the wound. Birthday Party V get a new .hpjneset ,up Messagesof '
Mr. Mrs. F. B.
_SV Judge Harvey reading the mar- Coleman' Little Shirley ,Ann Brown was thanks have been received' ,frpjn To' PURCHASE YOUR 'flANGE 'AND V
and and
family Mr Mrs'
\f ; and ; p. the Shell family b'y he
riage vows. The bride. who .s a ecently, 'feted.iwith 'k birthday JJeaconBoard :!
'. : HEAR' native of McNiville Tenn., .at- L. Browning attended housewarming .- party at her home in spite V f.hei..illnisS' Church for .thEqea; *- HOT WATER HEATER ,AT
in Mr.
tended. Bradford County High Jacksonville for taused tlful ,flower?..sent..during ihii.rt-
and..r.m..Ray.Pellum and.soniMr..and \\ 6y'sevefe cent bereayemient. Joan Jenkuis WHOLESALE V
School. The groom who was reared burns. The party'' was conducted PRICES !

BEN BORDERS. In Duval County, attended MTS..H. L.. Browning' report, ., A .. V .
enjoyed Sunday dinner in Jacke by> her parents Mrr'and"Mrs.-Wil-\ : V >fil 'I lHl__- __S _
t 'i several Duval County Schools, and : lie Brown of'Lincoln Cityy TwyVttntl Allen Chapel A. M. E. Church
sonville with Mr..
Evangelist Is presently employed at the Grit: Eichelsor and son.and.. Mrs Don 'girls t>r s ritincluded: Allen 'Chapel] A-( M. jCJmr How.Can We DaThis We, have to get the appliancesout

t fis Bros. store In Wesconnet. They Mary Ann Chandler?Betty'Carpi Rev L. ;A.: ,Sampson, pasorwW|.

are making their home .in the ''L AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA'AAAKINGSLEY Clark Myrtice''Mitchell, Dottie hold .regular-Turstee,Da? ori's p. 16 sell'gas. We make no profit on the appliances,.

FIRS? 8iT Church Starke Strickland,'apartments ,in Max: I Sue. Chandler, Yvonne Jones,'Dp- daystarting:/ ;with Sunday&& *>- ." .
$T yule, ores Brewtoh/Jbyce'Reddish, Rpfca t JO a/m..Supt, Iren ,.Thomas |in but wed have a gas'customer.. 1948 prices. : .are, now

Mrs. Henry Griffis entertained LAKE 'Ellis: :Virginia Perdue, Inpz charge. Morning worship. .at. 1.1 Fl. 'CO .. V. '
APRIL 27TH !Monday afternoon m. A. C. E. League at 3 m. with in effect'at SLADE GAS :
1' THRU .MAY! 4TH at.her home ** hampton, Louise Clark Ruth Ain p. ,
,with a. .party for her Sunday V BY .Mae' .,'Moor_ 4 .,- "I. :iark-"Gwendolyn'.Collins': 'Wjl- P)- 5l eM'Fanafe iBeJljT. Ftiitier 1 InfQ -

V 7:30 A.M. AND 7:30 1 .1\1. School .Class. the Junior "B I 'liam: Fred Holland, 'jr Margie; !i :r.t S J 1'fk Jl\eelP.Ii;: IPt..ro.s' PRICE
Price SALE
girls.of the..f xville Baptist Sun YVVVVyYVY'VyyyyVyyyyyyyyir I Ann. Ellen Norma Jean Clarl tAA okI r It, Xlfu ** '.' V i Reg

day School., She wjis.. assisted. in monthly business Jne i iof tiAg and'Gwendolyn V Robinson. Deliprakp \91 (B19 fE .t iA1Ialtfltare.aakedL WESTINGHOUSE: SINK 429.95 .95

J t"f.E.R'YO..Nf; WELCOMEflpnsfreetBapthtchurch 1 entertaining Mrs...D..B. Griffis. the Church was'well 'attended Inigf.r'nm: .) and nthpr L senurch ,OQQ
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'TfC The .big barbecue supper held with most of oufbfficertesezttWe'd 'I goodIes 'wer .served. ,All thechjldrea '! thm WJ..f .. t J aiYe )Wtj1flWASI1ERiV
._. M: .. ... .
at_the Baldwin School.last Firday .appreciate;more, of our:' 1&11 1 'Reported'.a:delightful Pa4Y nial.' !\ S\\ 1Rlj! ali.1Jt.mt 'Mfanty.V.\. > 99.95 .95W1Ii1heMaWATER
evening was a big success. Overa members.attending, these(?'if etiirtgi and 1 wish for 'Shirley ,Ann many Y J9f- wI&he'Wp&1yV 59

thousand. people' were fed.. A for i il you are ,a.:member;" t'U1e: more birthdays and a speedy rjerccvery fiJ'@ r "IJf"-, rn: ( ,rn I IS HEATER 20VV S

double; 'header"baseball game was church, the Lord's' business 5- '!is,! :afod,return to f>choo1., *,th \'. J1d.m l l1 afnuity'DV.; V 109.95 ..95Automatic'

held from one o'clock on. The your businessV Bond Election, Sttccesffol W urdusgti .5 2J ha 69
(Presently Meetinjr Washington' and Grand Sts.) first game' between Ribault and The young.people of Sunday 'We of ( "
', t : Baldwin'was won by Ribault witha School had their regular" meeting deeply'-'grateful for the vote ,of, ,J; y '1cSs n '
tJiWlfW r9jg .30
: Sunday School 9:15 A.M. score of 3 to ?.The second game at the home :of MipS"tna" Stern.' confidence,eva ri-us' in'the recent ... \ii'. .qtH. ,T and nu' 274.60, 167
Morning" Worship II:OOV A.M. .between Baldwiri..and Green: Cove They report 13 cf their. U" members election for better. schools. We tUlJ RaJICi.\ q vraM' l.: UarchvitkGAS RANGEr

: Springs was.won by Baldwin with present.V V feel that this. victory,.will meaii\ ,.I\P\iq\ <:h Baptist, V Church and : .

Evening' Worship- -. 730; P.M.. a score"of 5 to 3 Other entertainment -1. We were.happy, to have DOnald much to the children in all, .p :CalY'lHrj.R. ,.";.),Georg,.+ t..,..Leeb4jy.i .. u If'Dad.n.-,, ofet i '1&61 Automatic; V '219.50, 140.50

.'VS ,': :Training, Union .- 6:15 P.M. was music-by .the school Stern with us Sunday, April. ,12. our ,&hoojsln:: the-'county., Some ; sryiceatAnt1ocJ3indySchpol.At.. i Uarchvitk- GAS RANGE .

V Nursery Open ,for All Services band and after the supper a dance He returned to p his 'duties in the will enjoy hotlunch-; Anderson .fAIjJ; gi' !J"h" '
was held in the gym. service Sunday evening.. Junior High School In the nejar 11 :*.. ia tie'pteached! \= baptianal 1 &\"i' 1516' Automatic' 139.50 98.00

WEDNESDAY PRAYER TIME -, 7:30 PAL Mrs. Bob Nolan and friends of About 5S guests 'attended' the future, others will have hot meals sermon, and carried candidate Hardwick GAS RANGE V '

Seville stopped in, Maxville for birthday luncheon ,at:,.the homeof at RJE because the; five n;w Rip'! to the..water.tO"be baptizedimmedlat

P. T. iolin, SupU, S.S. R., 0. Dansby, Dir. T.U. a short visit Monday enroute from LeVi Baree Sunday; 'f1)e'oldest rooms will?acfcomodate.them apd ly,after the service.:The Model 9586. Automatic 269.50 16'4.15 .

,- V Rev._J. H. Mabry".Jr., Pastor Jacksonville to. Gainesville. person present was, a gentleman they:can-Bay TareweU.to many jot]t,JitUe "Baughtei:,"of'* -Sister, :, and Hardwick ,GAS- RANGE .

Enjoying a .hay ride, out to ,the 84 years young but we' won't call thp out-door- nnsanltar toilets I Ia. ;{her.Wuhi.Brown .wa .blessedpastor
;p old Griffis homestead- on Saturday' -!names because bur own men don* W flobk:forward:tpl "brightej ;;J$; i i pythe' an4ysIig Model 2576 .Aut matlc! 176.00

night, .where they had a like to have their ages recorded fldy")'ttowfor'education in Brad; :{ !DW tesr ., Pt.. RANGE 11'S.oo
Hardwick ,GAS _
I The perfect tribute (to / \ weiner and marshmallow roast, anymore than the ladies. for County*This is due to the |njtelugent principal;: J Thurston. waspresent

a cherished memory were Mr. and -Mrs- C. B. Nolan, Our Sunday School record wasa action of the majorjty, f .i ..pP 9th r? :$tot e. baby.6Jieilgaveomfi'jwjf. Model 5588' Automatic 282.50 170.11Hardwick.
Mrs. Ruby Durrance Howard of'the'dtizena. I : ; interesting
little on the decline thir past 1 : GAS RANGE
4 Durrance. Billy and Bobby Nolan, Sunday, I am 'sorry to rePort. I T. V. Time Remarks$af t rttthe :cp remony.: She ,.

Every funeral that we conduct Patty Parrish, Susie HarrIs Bonnie hope we can have more people 'The ninth gtade class under ';..membfrf of : .Shady' Grove, ; Model 5586 Automatic 299.50
of sustaining Harris Linda cfreClion.of.MiSS: lJrez Buterwill friPlip.r: Baptist. Churc"h but 181.59Hardwick
is a source Padgett. Edith with us next SundayV the | ,; : ?

solace and' spiritual! L Inspiration Waters, Rose. Mary, Sidney and We have an, extension division V, present;a:.:TyjsflVpOJjfl! a4ojked !&! }$?. Schools. and GAS RANGE .

to the family. Henry ,Wellhausen] and Claude to-ourlfiunday' School l ,Anyone" today at RJE featuring"some ,o;{ t pomnjunities: ; !; .Bradford! County Automatic* 199.50
: and Albert North. ; ,the highlightspf.8om'e of the best for thepast] IS years.: Model 2686 .129'.50lIardwick

Hundreds of details are managed and economically Mrs. Henry Griffis. Mrs. D. B. wanting want to jcin join and and haye have the lesson lesson Television;.progrkmssucli; ,asE;4' _Ai'jiQ: ."p.m, 'the'pastor and GAS, RANGE _

Griffis, Mrs. Lealer Harris, Mrs. i5uUiYan.\,6 .O .Qiiestion anChaneng < choir!? isLted Mt, fiagah! A. M..E.C : "
trained and careful
l 'attended to that only a contacting'.Mrs. 'E. ,M. Norton:.or ( '
Millard Strickland and daughter .;\'Strike'It Rich ant .h iuxh,...Rer.: Richardspn. pastor
organization perform when the V urgent S need Carolyn, and Mrs: Gladys Cope- Mrs..Cebelle Elder, othersj- },"Supenisor J stleU'will give a rendgred' snli4I.ervce5c! I.A Plus Other Values You Can't Afford To
for. serving is at hand. -f land attended the Gospel Concert Choir practice has been changed a short talk, and 'demonstrationon i:9: ; i m,9J ..was raised. "and .

at the Glen St Mary School auditorium from Monday to Tuesday'nigheach 'Television' Teaching "and. Its J cLt.IM Lcapa.iRs J9;';: .thgeeu4gt : Miss ;:-Don't Wait Buy Wholesale Now at
DeWTTT:. JONESS, last Saturday night. week. Please:come and! let's futUre ti education:' Mr:- Eddie. of The.church: "V S ,

FUNERAL DIRECTOR; AMBULANCE SERVICE Mrs. G. M. Beach of Hastingsand learn to sing/to the glory'of the Tftoinplins)rtnclp 1.. j'.9n'J 1 :fh'PWar peY.,Lee and I \ ( V V V I

4 rPHONE7 ;" Mrs. W, A. Cannon of Pa- Lord. V. 1*: American" Legion'Meeting !VJL J 'tbL f."r 1}' i -
> latka visited Mr. and Mrs. C. B. :{ V 'DelrgatesVPauline'Marshall' and celebration) orR v. D. L.: Bright
We fundsh nlghest type service at lowest' prices, and acceptANT Nola 1" rid'family Thursday after -1--. a 514 1 ".*sTIlE lJT? 5Boyai report?;vfry success- of'Raiford. at Ymteh..time.. donation SLADE GAS COMPANY

jlfff itunrjnce foOcj! "Ja j fcree. Issued bMYcothTpany" ,M noon. >' ..RIGff '",POINT far of (ill meeUni! i ;); i* i$ad
payment in part or bi full on funeral services. Consultation' There were 122 present at the way you WrIte. Come 'ID .and M- cars ''were' -re-elected.' The high- cervices will be held at Cal- Next Door to Winn-Dixie

carries no obUgation./ Maxville Baptist Sunday School feet your favorite ESTERBBOOB lights included the address by the vary on Sunday. Members and --- ,

I Sunday morning which was 1& fountain fan. TIWlLtPU Department President, Mrs. Mar-: friends are invited to attend. Sis

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,FACE EIGHT 8 UulJ. ,. -COl'NTl.:, .' TtLEUIAU.STXEJ(1., "'Wm .\ THURSDAY. APRIL 24. 1928

Girl Sentenced I I -Rural Carrier Gets Safety Award [Was Tlasticated'Culprit Two Local' Men FISH POND Sheriff's Track Stars' Lose Met

On' Reckless .Admits Are' Given AwardsAt IELQS'Pt I I

', .. ....':'ir ;> }1f:'.... 11'' : To Moonshiners In 'Still'

Driving ,Charge I .n'1. '...> '"-,. : < ,, 'f In Mayor's ,Court Naval StationTwo :" ,, ,' RelaysThe

:.'r: .:..i :,; ,
Anne te Barton 18 of Starke is "Yes; your honor, I sure was Starke residents were among Bradford Sheriff's Track
erring 25 days in County Jail on 4 'i' : "plasUcatedV was the remark:. ot 17 employees of the U. S. }. ''. ." Team lost to the Moonshiner's .in

charges stemming from an' auto I 7, fLL" brie defendant Mayor's, court Naval 'Station. Green Cove ,'>' <, .'!r',,:' I IA the Still Relays about 5 oclock

accident, last Thursday afternoon. : Mn..dv. -afternoon. Springs, who were honored at an 0< .{;'< .r \. Sunday afternoon.

about, o'clock.. r. In another case, an argument in avoids presentation ceremony en ," >t'" : The meet was held about one-

:Investigating Depiuy Riley '(' .: "Reno..during wnicn. 'a negro woman April 3.Jesse. ..,: mil* northwest or Lawtey after

Sweat reported:: Miss Barton ran was cut 'on the' fingers 'and C. Smith an employee In >; the Deputy All-Stars stumbled in
off Ro .d.18 west of Graham into .tl Claimed also on her body, resultedin the Public Works Department at f, ...." s'k'l. the first heat and fell onZo a small

the side of a parked pickup ., .: charges cf, fighting and d a- the naval activity for the past 10 50-allon pot and. three barrels of

'truck causing total estimated turbing the peace against Thomas years, was not only awarded a I I .-..: ..,. mash. Mr., and Mrs. John A. Carterof

.damage of 550. Wall. Wall, who rooms at the certificate and pin in recognitioncf The challengers were spottedand Lawtey announce the birtn'ofa

Miss Barton was charged with tame .house pleaded uilty to both his length cf service, but also the race was on. but our daughter, Kathy Denise born

reckless driving and Driving without charges and was fined '52 on ea nand was given cash awards ,for two heroes were at a disadvantage as Apr. 22 at Doctors hospital.

a drivers'license. put on probation.Pleading" beneficial ,suggestions he submit- the opposition got quite an unfair
}.{r. and Mrs. Richard Gnsbaumof

The- automobile Miss Barton operating: a guilty'motor to vehicle a charge without of ted.The adoption of Mr. Smith's suggestions head The start.Sheriff's squad blamed, Gainesville announce the birth

was driving was registered to J. L 1 i a driver's license Robert Burroughs -I will save the government 'L track conditions on their I of a son, William Joseph on Apr
poor ,
W. Sasser. who also does not handriver's 22 in Alachua General Hospital.Mrs. .
was fined $?'l or five days. approximately $180 during the I loss citing such obstacles as trees, '
license. It is reported
a .4JtJ.I I Grisbaum is the former
On two' charges, of first year they are in effect. '
one being ; brush high and swamps as
that he'mQy'be charged with allowing !- ,
of ,Mr.
an unlIcensed the !- 't drunk in public'and the other ,of Eugene P. Lee, whcse beneficial ; .. preventing record-breaking runs. Frances Morgan daughter
person of Starke.
and M'l's.f. Morgan
suggestion promoted increased
prowling, Clifford rarborough -
use of,his car, Displaying very poor
forfeited bond ot $27 on' each oy morale among military personnelof Coach RedulsrTs boys destroyed Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Thomas, Jr.
Thomas W. Markey, Brooker commendation for accident-free nonappearance. the Naval Station, also received the champions' still and
announce the birth of a daughter,
Local Realtors',1I ural mail carrier, is pictured aQ'e driving performance.Mr. Heziakial Martin' pleaded guiltyto a cash award.Employees .- '_ 'k < vowed to get In better physical Elizabeth Ann., on Apr. 18 in

Officials > receiving a 27-year Safe Markey estimates that he, public intoxication and court cf the Naval Stationare : shape. Riverside Hospital. Jacksonville.
Driver Award from Mrs. Mana has driven almost 500,000.miles fined him $27 or five days. ,continuously. urged.to submit, The defeated sprinters County

At Meeting, Here Yiggins, Brooker postmistress as en his 66-mile-long route during By not appearing to defend two under the Federal Incentive Awards ; Jailer Dolph Reddish. Deputy S-Sgt. and .!rs. Edwin U.

Several dlstinguithed.guests met xfrs. Markey looks en at left. the 27 years he has been'rural charges of runnIng red light, an Program any ideas they Russe'l Redding and George Sim-: Hornsby of Fairfield, Calif. announce -

with .the' Bradford-Clay County The presentation. was made last mail carrier. out-of-town motorist Howard Us. may)have which will effect econ- ford of Lawtey. came Bragging I the birth or a son, Michael

Board of Realtors for a luncheon Sunday afternoon Club's following flower the "Dor ing that time he has never good forfeited.bond of $12 'on each !ny:,Increase morale or reduce back for more training under the Bruce, on Apr. Y. The paternal

meeting In the Garden Restaurant 3rooker Garden had an accident or made any I chaige. safety 'hazards. strict supervision: of Assistant grandparents are Mr and Mrs. R.
school audi-
how in the Brcoker I Coach Sweat, who, un- of Starke.
it other kind of traffic violation Riley : E. Hornsby
noon Tuesday. oium.: The award is furnished by __..1 I doubtably. will requite a few laps
Rotations --- -
The visiting officials: were: he National Safety Council and not even a parking meter ticket. ," : ,Seek To Thwart, VandalsBy Eddie Noegel of Starke caughta around the court house each First Christian Church

jlkhard.C. Eggers, field executive: ; said to be the nation's highest Mrs. Markey proudly remarked. .
of the National Association of 7 pound bass about two weeks morning.A Morning worship, 11 a.m.
I Placing; Fence A.round.Scout HutThere' ago from a man-made'pond behind return meet with the Shiner's
Real Estate Boards; William Lip- fescue Unit Rev. J. E. Sherwood, pastor
Mrs. has not. as yet. been scheduled.
Ruby Johns louse at
poi Jr., executive secreatry'of thfMorida 1 i Sunday School 10 a.m.
To Be Available once was,a popular cow- all ,efforts, to lock and bar them the corner of Church'and Laura.
Association cf. Relatois; SERVICE MEN' Youth Cburcn 7. p.m.
'boy ballad entitled."Don't Fence out. have been ineffective. Hence, The fish, measuring 22 and 2,7 .w.c.T.u."INTEMPERMWE
Paul R. Akin1/District Vice President Wednesday Prayer Meeting,
7or Keystone AreaA Me In." But 'floen't apply toStarke's the recent decision by the Rotary inches Icng is the largest to .be 7:30 .
of, the First Dustiicf anc p.m.Adult
: '
Troop'170:Uoyout:{:! hut.It'll Club that before more caught there. IS TilE
any money
Ellis Neder.. realtor from Jack.son.vWe.Brtt'f rescue Choir practice, 6'4&: pm.
completely equpped : MIGHTIEST OF ALL FORCES
Wks.'by the vis1ti soonbe fenced- inbut was spent on the building or for The proud fisherman's parents I Wednesday
unit will soon be added to the THAT CLOG TilE PROGRESS
officials were followed by a rounc good. equipment to be left there, a chain are Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Noegel of Ladles ..Council lit and 3rd
table discussion of matters related 71ay County Civil Defense set-up I President A. :t. Thomas Jr.;, of link fence would have to be erectaround' 224 South Cherry Street. I OF GOOD.- Tuesday nightLEvertody

.to' realtorism. ind will be placed in charge of the I Lonnie W. Page Jr., engineman the Starke'Rotary Club announced ed the hut Mrs. Johns had the BUXTON. welcome to each
pond dug
I I first class, USN. is serving at the yesterday that authorization In [NATIONAL VOICE.
letter to the
Members of the fcraarord-Claj Ire department at Keystone a membership to donate the dirt to the City Recreational I service.! .
; Pensacola Naval Air Station. He of his 'board of directors he Thomas ,said: "I had ongmauy
Board I attenduig the meeting learned Committee for use on -- ----
heights it was
yesterday.The is the son cf Mr, and Mrs. LonnieW. has signed a'ontra.ct with the Allied asked for a bd! on 236 feet of 6-
.ere"Guy Andrews', Harry Elroc; need for such a' unit in ths: Page of Lawtey, and the husbandS Chain link1enee Co. of playgrounds. She filled It with
foot fence
Jr., George Hulvey, E., W. Hayes high which is the water and stocked it with ,fish Sdllt Rent It Tradell
Charley E.,JJohns, W. B. SewellW. irea was spotlighted last weekend of the former Miss Kimiyo Jacksonville for 300 feet of 7- amount 'necessary to go around for the benefit of the local'"Junior ,

8.'Slbley A. J, Thomas, andJ. vhen rescue workers. trying to Yoshida ,of Lawtey. foot hgh! chain link fence to be the' Scout hut, leaving a ten-foot fishermen."

E. recover a body in White Sana erected around the Scout hut for; clearance on the inside, all way

Wall'Jr.'* a Lake near Keystone Heights, experienced Glen B. Crawford Army specialist .i cash price of $565. around.' The bid on this job was THESE THINGS HELP WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED

COMPOST- PILES HELP delay in having to send 3rd class recently completed. It 'isn't 'that'; Rotations want ,to also $565.: It happened. that theiomp3l1'y STOP ANIMAL PESTS ....
'o Palatka and other ,nearby the machinist course at' the Ordnance fence the
HOME GARDENER KEEP Boy Scouts in, Thomas : bad ,300 feet of tffe 7. BEFORE THEY'STARTPreventing
WORDS OR LESS. O.e I.rtl.. HUm.. n.rse) .TI
owns for grappling hooks and School. Aberdeen Proving said. They'want 80
SOIL, CONDITION GOOD other Ground Md. The 10-week to fence. the foot high fence which someone EACH ADDITIONAL WORD OVER M -___. ...!...._ 4e Per W.ri
Garden'and necessary equipment.The course 10n-Boy'Scouts out.: lse had 'ordered and hadn't used, the establishmentend
unit is being made avail. I trained Crawford to operate metalworking The Starke Rotary Club is the which anxious spread of internal parasites
thrive better in good soil with they were move. Ue ADDITIONAL FOR BLIND ADS OR ADS NOT PAIDJ* ADTANCK.
plenty of organic matter to help: Ale\ by the Clay County Civil Le-) i machinery and related sponsoring, ,organization! ,,of' Troop They decided to sell the 300 feet of livestock is much simpler than

it hold',air, moisture and plant 'ense unit, C. M. Wilson, director. shop equipment. He is the son of 70 and their efforts ,to renovate of'7-foot high fence for the sameprice" their control, says Dr. L. E. Swanson CLASSIFIED DISPLAY ,___ '1.:1 Pe lack First I.Mril..

food and'give*it a loose structure 'I will consist of a trailer com- Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie L. Crawford, and add equqipment to "the Scout as the quotation on the 23(5( parasitologist with the Florida .IMO PER IVCH FOR SAME AD REPEATED ONE OR MORE TIMES

iletely equipped with everything Rt. 2, Starke, and a 1956 gradu- hut have, teen'frustrated in recent feet of 6-foot fence. The Agricultural'EXperiment'Sta-
that permits roots'to develop na priceon _
ate of BHS. His wife Norma lives CARDS .OF THANK (r. T M W F* ) -- P.tII"
turally according 'to'Dr. F. B. necessary for rescue work m- months by youthful vandals who the 6-foot fence did include extension ; se WORDS : 4 Oat Per Word
tion.Referring OVER -------------- --
Smith. head of the soils depart luding resuscitator, grappling at Havre de Grace, Md. break into the Building at'regular :arms and three strands to roundworms, tape- I" .

meat Jn"the :.University of Florida hooks emergency operating light, Pvt. Van H. Prescott, son of I IMr intervals and leave the hut a bajrbed, wire which l do ,not believe worms and flukes which are common MEMORIALS AND RESOLUTIONS--- 4 C.au Per W' .ri

Agricultural.Experiment: ,Station.LWltha lood] lghts: with power :and"Mrs.. Herbert_Prescott of I shambles. j .that we' will,need :with the parasites of cattle, sheep and FOK
Sharpened BALE
ALL TYPES LAWN .MUWEK3! : -Fenta process treated
'. little-effort, anyone car arch .markers, etc. The unlt'j Route 2, Starke tookpart in special Undaunted -by the fact'that:$he ...-footfence." goats 'he: outlined :an 11-point also 'rotary ,biadeo. rttone fence posts. t miles Worm on lul.

have sum soil around landscape 'itator and a Jeep for pulling the maneuvers of the 101st AIrborne hut is !within a stone's, th1'Ow.ot I Thomas said:he expected construction program of,management:practicesby 414w., calvin- Johns;. itcng Green & tiakken Post-Co. tfcag

plants! and in flower.beds or vege trailer are already' ownea By the _Division at Fort Campbell., the county,jail; the intruders have of. the fence .to begin which' prevention can be ac- REWARDFor information on WE HAVE a new loan program 'for

table: plots' suggests Dr Smith Keystone fire flepartment. Icy: in,April. A rifleman in Co. A ,broken in, apparently at will, and this! week. complished. lost Lemon &: White Bird' Dog. Female. for farmers.the entire Loans of 1 to f,years
Mostly white with two yellcw credit require-
Many homeowners struggling with Everett Fox. first aid officer of the division's: ,1st Battle Group, 4'd.- _'_ ----__-_-_,0__ _-_ _ _ _ .Rotate animals on.all, past- ears. Answers to name Pegry. ments of the farmer and his fam
heavyjclay or; eri.sandy,soil are IbO: will be in charge of the umt, ,was last stationed at Fort Gordon, - ----. -- -- '-' u frequently, and do not -all w, tact Jimmy, Moore, phone. J8 COn-j ily. Gainesville Production- Credit

constantly throwing away mater. 'laid:it will be ,available 'for rescue Ga.,He entered the Army"in June : F; ? 3' animals\ to crop too close to .the >, \S. .P -* jtcn. Association.Galn".vlUe'I.. .' NortlJrIIn" tfchg,

!ias] 'that could used to improveIt. :: ,operations anywhere in the 1957 I' rm&sDiary -1 ground. WANTED! .-Sal es lady,_ must be ex'.
vca. 2. Plan to perienced only. Apply Melt'* to'rult. RADIOS REPAIRED
Gr,sS"cl1pp1l gS/leaves; weeds t I' a program prevent Stand. Ztp V4 AU Hake. 313 II...
even "eetable'p ring$ and fru! 'lIT'R Mrttarrrv overgrazing, keeping in mind that UM.aUe ChargesSHEPHERD'S ...,......
from the kitchen, will de PATIENTS ADMiTTED Florida has,periods when grassesare FOR 'KENT! -Three bedroom unrur- RADIO A TV
: I
peels TO BRADFORD. HOSPITAL belongs.) nished'house inquire at Bus Sta !.... Greea,, Owaer .
wer in reduced'In
the -
compose into suitable materir center to catch and S. growth. tion. ttc"g 228 W. Call It. PhMe 23*

for addition'to the, soil. old moisture. In dry seasons,' The following 3. ,Maintain, adequate brood Starke. Fla.
patients ad-
were 'Isn7t -
S it, fine to hear the birds ..5 A FARM FOR SALE
prinkle the
In city and'suburban, garden pile to keep it moist. mitted to Bradford County Hos- singing -again: We didn't 'know pastures.. Fenced and cleared- room house 1% PAID ON SAVINGS KET-
where' large quantities of manur The compost you build will be'.edy pital during the past week: ,4.. Segrate age and sex groups. with bath. large front and. bacK ,STONE: STATE BANK KEYSTONE -
d' ,
for next !e ,miss them so much during 5. Provide fresh clean.drinking porches screened. Hardwood floors HEIGHTS. "LA.. KEKBER :
te--dlffi .ulft obtain.' a compos- use year, or possilyv 'Arthur Stanley ,Roberts,. Jr. of pump, telephone. 4 roties FDIC. ,
pile'can.supply.'much ot the ,organic ) sooner, depending upon the Penney ,Farms;" MrS. Irene N. the ',winter' until not long ago we water. If artesian wells -or wind east pressure of Starke.: Hwy. 1WI. O- \T.Huggins. .
..w' mat rial beard some of our mocking'birds, mills. ,are, avallabIC. control ",the Stark *'te. m UUrls bt.or : FOR .SALE-14 In'x' 15, ft. Bteelculvert
,material Deeded, for;grow you, use. says Dr. Sommer of Ocala '
: John C. Jones showing1 -off., otfice phone ZJS. Ztcng 41:41 pipe, JUG ft ALSO Build-
tow 'shrubs..,flowers, and vegetables mith.; For a constant supply, of flow.,-Running streams,'large; lakes ,
Raiford John ; Jimmy ing lots in
; ,Rasmusen. ,.,.- '* .., I for sale Sjnth Gate
,'ompcst: gardeners find it conven- ,Martin, Charlie' W., Sever of andfenced-off; :ponds -, -provide IMMEDIATE Subdivision., Low down payment.

*To.: make compost b -i -d'ur ent,to'keep two piles one' to Melrose.! Pansy AgnesTyre,, Minnie Hear Pta :tl,1ere.as a ,good Understand, t the wind has suitable'drinking: ?.water. Stock Low JACKSON monthly ,payments. BILLY
: ;mild upon while the previous been;4cingmore damage than the ponds...mudholes ..and 'contaminated :- Phone* US.. c/o Central
aUernateMayers. soil and orjapcwastmaterials. ones ,Mae Merriman of Hawthorne market' for berries, ,last Friday l Openings Truck-Lines.' ttchl'
rain Heard
lately. that it-
gave used
waters '.
Over'a ,5or ; being ued.Turning Gussie : should not ie
: Padgett ,of Middle rg. and we hope that it keeps up that spme pepper a:fit,- and also damaged ONE
:;,6<5 ,inch,layer:of clippings, parings and mixing a "ripenrig" Wyndell Lamar Grover 'Mr;. Miriam : for livestock:'drinking. ..f .' In- ment BEDROOM for rent. furnished apart*
Phone IIi
WIUi'.the other W..T.
way.. season so ,short some crops. 6. Provide for proper :winterft'fQs.a
.leaves or- other wastes pile will help the decompos- C. Faulkner, and Mrs. Evelyn 'S.. < JarkBon. tfchg
'i 'of: to 'tion this year the. growers will have to I Iget ld never forget.thaithe: :
spread thin,i !layer manure process and produce a com- Odom Wise. : ASSEMBLYand TWO,,
As we areS out of the egg busi- : BKUKOOM! partly furnished
supply; nitrogen, or ,throw ,a few oost mixture of more satisfactory Also Van C. McCrary Nettie ; a good In short time, boyine.animal' must have adequate newly'decorated\ upstairs apartment

handfuls of high-nitrogen fertilizer fineness. To do this slice down Ruth Kirkland, Charles P. Nel- or else they will ,have another ness [thanks: tothe ieves'wh.o. forage. animals: are unable: to for rent. To see contact Mrs. i aul

;' Nitrogen hastens decompo- through the layers with a spade I son of Melrose] Anna Ruth, Cros- break-even year or even,a,loss. didn'know,it; but saved us a lot meet dry matter requirements due Raymond S P.m. JU s. Water J>U 'after tfchg-

aiti n. Then add I or,2 Inches of turning and mixing as you form! by, Laura Meece, Elizabeth O. '-. of feed bills],. we buy eggs; and to. high :water content of forage, ELEcTRoNIcsOpenings .

soil.:Continue to build up to 2 or 3 1\ new pile. In doing this, you can' Hodge, Walter A. 'Bachmann of One. berry farmer was already this ,week couldn't, get ,out to provide long hay or similarrough- at all I levels: ,' offering Bath-FOR SArroomfr hotwater, kitchen me cabinets.hous:

feet beginning 'and'ending with observe how near your compost is Keystone Heights Sylvia Diann resigned to a poor year. He said age.iI.. for ad Fruit' trees, gas and electric! near
j to being ready for use. Starling' of Graham Maceo M. he lost $100 none- wet morning our. regular' place, sowe got a ,7, Keep .calves: on high ground opportunity Highway and lake. 1S,108.00 Term
foil.The dozen' store. We paid "43 cents above barns and older cattle vancement. Phone 4160, Keystone. Height, Fla.
sides of'the pile should be In using compost mix with additional Tison of Waldo, Vera' Sue Fowlerof alcne, and hefelt that' it was, 'all at a ftp 414

kept vertical' {temporary wire soil Hampton. Annie Scofield of over for lili this year, so far as a,dozen for() them, and they.were areas.; '
or with sand and 8. feeding be Top Rates At TIth FAtUI'111c per gaL; toe
moved away Creep ,may practiced -
fencing that can be Lake Butler Ethel Louise Phillipsof berry money is .concerned. so small that Sam bad to. ,hunt '
Pr H pat Delivered in Bradford
and the I soil. For most plants additional <... 'where'feed is'short or-conditions -
. later makes this easier! Waldo'and Sandra Fay Keene' all over' his plate before he could County nc per &t-t at Klngstey
level slightly fertilizer will be poor during the Jatter.part Benefits Lake 27c per qt. Peterson tc. aon
toT j should "be or needed. of Glen St. Mary. Met Robert Lee' a newcomer to r full
find the poor, sorry thi'1gs. What of.the nursing or', calf milk-feeding Dairy farm, s. eolley Koad, Starfce.Ka. .
the west ( Limits. .
Lawtey section, who } in City tiP /iNOTICE
-- .- makes tt.bad is that a fellow program. : Modern Plant .
BHS Trackmen .. 't- : sought cut the old McKay place '
: 4 :: if he ate 9. Supply free choke minerals. ,
last and moved from would feel-like a hog a .
'f ; year there Jam: riot .responsible! tor any dets
Win Rel/ ,ru'x Orange Park Robert an employeeof dozen'Dr'them. but It would take essential .for. the area with. .salt Apply 8:20 3:30 daily or made,,by. : my.,wife Betty Taylor or
ys fill him end bone meal in well. protected anyone except me after this dale
,... the Naval .Air Station at-Jax, that many of them to up. .. write without .my -written pennistion. Johnnie -
: said he plans to try to get'the 'S's sheds or mineral boxes. K Tnylor _
'Gainesville; \ place in shape Jn his spare'time, 'Understand.ihai,used tractors' ,10.. Remove sickly animals from SPERRYELECTRONIC WILL KEEP TWO CinLUKKN! In
and farming equipment are selling the herd /and maintain a "hos-
and that he. already has bought DIY'home reasonable rate Phone
'"'"Bradford High won the annual some hogs. 'at a fancy price now. It seems pital" ,lot. SSO-R. f tcagt

.PL K; Yo'nge' Invitational* Relays I that'-new equipment 'i is' skyhigh.so 1!. "Treatment for paraSitesshould.be .. rUR' W.'ITIVG.!

Saturday:,at the University ofFlorida According prices on the used stuff have ., a 'normal ,management J have cUeat,wiUrfl.ZOO cash to
: County Agent TUBE
DIV.. pat dowiu-on.small 1 :place in town
track'jn Gainesville.! .. climbed. too.: practice., : '
George itf
Huggins the wire wormsare "r'' ut town. Total price should
2'h !"Tprjiadoes, spurred *>y 'this S. tx '$3.000 or-less with,monthly paymentsabout'14 -
: busy again In the
r year
p Rand .
"nad 54"points 4 Wonder of wonders! When over St. Mark's Episcopal Sperry Corp ( -or 145.FK
Coach'WvQ-,Hurs county this time attacking' tobacco : MB SOW
to "_er.up'Green Cove Springs' : lants. While in the field ,this week, Sam..looked '
,. : I fk we've had all Gainesville, Fla. '
I' at the.berry beds where we Jt.vtayTJmd;:! V;. MaoBUla WALL ,'REALTYRP.GISTEtIED
too '
.Il.at)4..1: ) ::%. .. ; much experience' with many
berries two and Services !9:45: .m.. "BROKER
doubl.wi different had years ago .Sunday : Near Municipal Airportr.
Freddie Stevens WU, a bugs and insects the .
,: -Pkss.
; wireworm ': there, arestfll a lot of, plants .Church School: 11:00 aon., .Morn-, Rov-4N41- > "f-
.botEthe shot put is one that we're not '
ter,: 'taking !
-' .. there, and some of them even big.Prayer and Sermon. EXPERT RPPA1RTOANY Sewing
IJ d,'d1s :u.trQ\! ,. sure we can ,Identify. Our yearbook them. Communion-rFlrst" Sun.. 8.: 301' :ACREAGE machine. Work guaranteed. Can

t tfim HObbS',Jr: pole,vaulted 11 on Insecti-says that chlor- have- -berries- 1-- on p.,, day Holy," 11:00., 'a.m; Third Sunday: 8 ..r.. faelBg hljtfersr .....t halfway 3CO-P'.. .' 'ltcflg

feef 3-4 f nca tOp'the,old mark' '- iane'r parathlpri added to transplanting them .h twe*> Mark, ..d Lawley.rrte. SERVICE' STATION! Attendant
Bradford track dktxito:: men (left to right), Charles MeL cod,'John t 'Water Win help ,cut down Sam 'Picked a "handful; cf 7.ZOa.ni': ., 93JM9M. TkU wlU .ak* yea wanted at new Gulf ptatlon,openingsoon.
of.10. feet.l1.lnt'pes. Miller Robin but as the weedsand grass are Wednesday-7:00: p.m. Choir ....,. Experience necessary. Slagbe
Coley, George Hen, D. Bitch Green and Henry HalL the damage, but ''if ''we: had the '
i ,McGee> placed Jecond In the, highland be still remembers Practice; ,7:45 p.m.. Litany and under 35 years of age. Contact
trouble.we'd get in touch ,with very FLORIDA REALTY'CO.Of Tfhn wiinc' .dd'l, Waldo. phone
in the shot put the throat of a Bible, Study., .
kigiji jump George and get his.advice. looking down St rke HObart -I045. Ztp $jz

and fifth in the'discus throwr -.. ..... moccasin. he got.out.of the field. Other meeting and. service* by (111,.N. Walnut, St Tel. :13 FOR SALE OU T-Tt\ree broom
!Tnomas' came ln second ,in the Well,'we'had along, long'winter ;, CHURCH announcement." Starke, FIB: furnished house with bath

120-yard ,high hurdles,with Smut I and it has stayed'cool' up until -. FAITH" BAPTIST. CHURCH .HELP WANTED MILE and river modern, JO conveniences.mL west of Locatedon Starke.

third' and Tacda -fifflu-. the last 'few days,, so, it looks : Lawtey' .. CATHOUC AD t/'EXALE r-nntict owner at bouse. ,Harold
Massey. Pasta Starke Sunday MAN OR '.ol.To, take over
A. p:. St. Edward's, : Shiver. itp
j --Taccia .took third: in the !!SO. now as if we'll Jump right Into route of established customers in ill

yard low hurdles\ 'Teston placec I summer. We've bad. practically' Bible school. 10 a, m. Mass 10:00: a.m. Holyday Masses.' Starke. Weekly profits of Jad.ou FOR SALE-Twenty acres: three
II Preaching. 11'a.. w 630. and.8:30 1 .m. Sign of the or more at start possible. No carr mile north of Starke. threeqnarfors
litth' tn the 'U -yard dash, anc I ;pring'ataIl. other Investment necessary. Will -
\Ill1 'In fifth in the 880' .. ., Evening, ,Service, 7:30: p. o. Cross.,Friday. 8 p.m. Catechism help you get started write C. K. Kelly mil Box.off T74.U.Bonlta S. 101.$Prlnge'Fl Mrs. Irene.

t,. '_cmc' ;, There are always s.Iotbfpretty4lits Bible Study and Prayer Meet Class: for children every Saturday Ruble Dept A-5, The J. K. Watkins ftp ',qRisonsIe
) d. 1m.1 ._ tnr! 7:30 p -Wednesday.. ,. 9:80 'a mr Company, Memphis Tenn.lip -
--j- around a farm and many % Jarkionrlilft family
with/ Green Cove Radio program.. 8 to 9:80 a. ,St. William's.. Keystone
StulupUed: amusing cries too::One that 'we ) SALK four would like tor nt houi fcr
-i' PLANTS -
:or' second c j,to the'sprint medle3 & .c -' a. each,.Sunday over static Heights (follow Hlway ,21, south Co. Phone pab'lI'Aft Khifftley Lake In 'Aarunt.
., 'L. w 1'l' always.get a chuckle out of is the, Bradford Engineering II), P. Cretan. Cl.C,Clifton Ave. ,'
:. ,' WRGR, Stire.LAvrPfcHlJliCH. to St- William sign,.Sunday .Mass ,4. Ucbg 'Xl-
ay and,capturea second, in tnspih < picture- of a.month-old'calf bedded h.1I. nhwi. RA 5.1J3S. ltlthg
-- I .
e relay,. down by her mammy, 'and 8:15a.m., Holyday rMasst 730a | WANTED-White Housekeeper RENTV-Fumteben
: FOR .twr.roAin ; _
v-'TraDing: '(by :first I two school chewing her cud exactly? like OF CHRIST m. ',Confessions! before- "'all" -MasS. Live ilL Widower and two small '''nn.1I. : '.1J 'Lalr st. IIrll Tile

". m !J1mT. The calf-is :very busy alit (presently meeting In City Hall!. e&:\; I : chIldren, Keystone Heights ume bath: Adults Phone '1n.Mrt!.
TO:]I- :Lak e. Butler, 89;, Feman P.radford County Telegraph.' P.' O. A. F. 8aul 531 McMthon StRRADV Ht'tlg
and goodness only] knows what Sunday-Bible study 10 a. m.. Box 8S1-M. Up
Min Beie'3TLand 1.2 host flCTonge' '.. CHURCH Or-CHRIST -
; '
: she la'ch, wtng away'at'so busily. WOI1IpI1LUI. bedroom FOR TOtE MOVRTfcw
S3 and' :;:;e: Maouionit Bible! C. L. Overtorf Jr.,. Minister FOR PL'JT-Three house
: :>, Evenlng- Young people's 1\'lth' large screened porch electric '*eir... ...s. .

'and: J-2r.J Santa l"ell, 17; .:ortl 1 Hear that 'Brooklyn lake'Is up study- 7? 'pr achlnr; 7:30. _s t.S nd&v: :. School. .)r kitchen and dock on Kingsiey Lake. -.n. Jer mly IM '9"real"" .1.!".1&-; ;

.liar 14' inches sand: that is'good"news Wednesday-Bible study 7:30 a. DL, morning service, 11 a. m. For month _of' May and June. Call <. suIt your p ket ,..i[. T.aj'
fon>:165 1 Lake ,Wemt t; Ch elh'ndi ---- ', 2341 or %%1 Up price very taw. Set .
evening service, 8:50: 'p.. mWednesday : a, ftpp.
Indeed, but as one of the residents pm. ,
1o Bi-onaoa- failed ti) Bradford High Jumpers (left, to right),-Bert McGee,- Tom Smith tt FOR SALE-Used Furniture. IZa l i'U W.tLL'
'' Rdlo : study 7:30p. ll'L'I'T
ri : Bible ,,
there said; "It's got along;,long : ? ; I mStaUoD Nil
cor t : Marion Cottle and Hobba. W. Adklns St.. tarlte. win R..ter,.
; : Jimmy .'it 1s' where WRGR ; ,' m,: Up B'.k.,
.' -- "I'Y' YT' '::- way togo up' ; Monday; 6:3pa: m. S "... ... cheap. lias:"' Fk.nt ''' 48,

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