Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 8, 1958
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:01497
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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James Bennett Altman was sentenced to Hie in the J the presence of Sheriff Reddish, and pay other expenses. The two men then began tussling but couldn't revive his drinking door and dumped Manning's body .

State Prison Thursday morning after arraignment before ( and Assistant State's Attorney'I Altman said that he and MaMing r over the keys and Altman partner. He then realized that out.

Circuit Judge George L. Patten when he pleaded guilty to I Mack Futch and transcribed by a' remained in Jacksonville' until said that Manning was so drunk Manning was dead and turned Altman said he continued down

second degree murder in the silk-stocking strangulationdeath I court stenographer%Altman told of i the bars closed about 1 a., m.. that Altman held him with one off the highway on the first road this road until he reached a dead
circumstances leading Man and then started,for with hand and reached into the he to-the road leading
of Lester Edward Manning last January.The j up to Tampa glove came paved end, where he could not turn then
ning's death. Altman driving Manning's car. compartment of the car with the east from U. S. 301 north of backed until he to
of the WMfld up came a
case count y j al. I Altman said! that he and Mann Before reaching Lawtey Altman other hand took out a silk stock- Lawtey to the Highlana mine. driveway [at the Thelma Starling

former Jacksonviile used car| Wednesday afternoon, however! ing started drinking together I i iI I said Manning changed his mind ing and put it around Manning's Altman thought this road seem- home. He turned around there

salesman was slated to go before ]I! Altman sent word to Sheriff P. D. I about 3 o'clock ,the afternoon of I II E i about the trip and began arguing; neck. ,Altman said he did this in ed too well traveled for him to and drove back to the paved road

a Bradford County grand jury Reddish from the State Prison I''Jan. 7. Altman expressed a desire about returning to Jacksonville.: an attempt to quiet Manning dispose of Manning's body he .1 veering to one side as he passed

here Mcnday morning. He had' \\here he had been held since the to go to Tampa where his I I Altman insisted on continuing to down sufficiently to get the car said so he again turned, this time',I Manning's body to keep from run- ar

continued to profess innocence of I jail break that he was ready to i parents lived, and Manning agreed 'Tampa and said that Manning keys'away from him. onto''a grade known as the Bill ning over it.

the crime even' after his daring talk Ito(I' ,use his car fcr the trip if Alt-[I reached over and took the keys When Manning quit struggling. Pendarvis road. After driving a Altman said he then continued

Easter Sunday. escape from the I In an oral statement, given in.man would furnish the whiskey'out of the ignition switch. Altman said he took the keys back short distance he opened the car to Tampa where he went to the

I. home of his parents and called
I his wife the next day to ask if she James B. Altman

had seen anything in the papers)
BRADFORD 2,800 Copies about Manning. Altman was arrested ;I eral sentence one Federal probe

COUNTY TELEGRAPH in Tampa shortly after- tion, and has also been in Raiford

I ward when police spotted Man- twice for breaking and entering.

Every Week ning's car for which a nationwidealert Concerning his Easter Sunday
I had been sounded. jail break. Altman told Sheriff

Official County Publication Established In 1879 Both Altman and Manning had Reddish that his wife smuggleda

Ii\. -,-- ___ prison records. Manning served a dczen hacksaw blades to him
year Raiford for
breaking and her brassiere. It required the
entering and Altman has an FBI entire 12 blades for the
AT COUNCIL CommissionersHear Bradford Leads Appellate Court record for transporting stolen cars .1 process of cutting through the

interstate. He has served one Fed- cell bars, Altman said.BHS .

Low Rental a 1' Entire ,StateIn r T eottittcryctve; ; :rwat.. : ,
County 3 Plans Denies Appeal Mar x

I Deposit GainsBradford "f '
Housing Units Wins Carter CaseA 1
For RecreationCharles County led all coun- In

ties in the state in'the rate of in- .

Are DiscussedA T.B. crease of bank deposits over the decision denying the appealof ;

Y .,L R, McCarthy Manager preceding year with an increase of Mrs. Effie Carter and Mrs. or
of the Recreational Departmentof 42 percent according to the State I Jewell Faulk fcr a new trial has I i i
at f
proposal was presented at Seal the Florida Development Commission Chamber of Commerce research been rendered by the District Yii i

the City Council meeting Tuesday : spoke to the County and industrial business review Court of Appeal for the First Dis- I ,r. ;
night for the construction of duplex Commissioners, at their regular, recently released. trict, and a petition for rehearingwas f i

low rental housing units in Sale monthly meeting Monday morn- Florida bank deposits passedthe ,denied April 30. .I -1 J ,
Starke to be paid for by the Federal I $4 million mark Jan 1 which A mandate issued by the Ap- ,,r !

Government in the form of a k ing.Mr.. McCarthy introduced by I was 11 percent over the Jan. 1, pellate Court in Tallahassee and -

loan which would be paid back HonorsThe James Blocdworth of the, Starke 1957 figure and double that of calling ,for ,the- carrying out of

over a period of 40 years after I Recreation Committee proposed 1951.Counties the sentence imposed by Circuit
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which time the project reverts I : to professional aid by his office in coming nearest to the Court was received by the Clerkof 1i
I Bradford ,County increase the Court here at noon Thurs-
to the city. .+r establishing a county-wide rec- were I
Indian River with 31 day. The cle k's office prepareda
The plan under the auspices of reation program using public- percent and ;
the owned property such school Charlotte with 25 percent. commitment during the after-
Public Housing Authority [_ __ as F
buildings the noon for presentation to SheriffP. > E
would be controlled locally by a and USO building.He
I D. Reddish for execution of the
board similar to hospital control. emphasized that the cost of Siemer Shot sentence.Mrs. Student through Sunday. She works as

The units would be rented to -_ operation in this year-round; plan Carter and her daughter an assistant in the elementary

low income families at a rental Bradford County chapter of B11,: Sato, president of Brad- would be held to a minimum as Mrs. Faulk were convicted of ag- Elected To State school library.
fee based on the family's size and the Florida Tuberculosis and the salary of a full time recrea- Others in photo are ((1-r) Barbara
ford County' TB AMIL. receives In I gravated assault at the fall term
income. The city would tional supervisor would be aboutall Argument
receive a
Health Association was awardeda certificate of honor of Circuit Court here in December, Library OfficeLane Thoroaj,. "i Faye ,Howard
portion of the in lieu the .
money of certificate, of honor at the annual money required.He 1956. Mrs. Carter was sentencedto convention delegates, and Miss
tax from Paul \V1IIif'of baseball

tor paying and the off remainder the loan.would. go ganization state conference held in of Clearwater the or- hall of fame. this pointed nature, out would that a be programof attrac- Over Job Loss imprisciinentsan4 pay -$1,500 fine,, or Mrs.Jaulk one.year, Shannon (right) a sopho- Reba StargeiyjHgn.: school librarian -

The council 26.The tive to ; : more at Bradford High, was who chaperoned the trip. The
impressed with the April industries and new resi $'750 fine.1jr stz'months,
plan ,directed City Clerk Carl award was presented by state and the highest increase in, dents. Jack,Siemer of Starke was shot Through"theirattorney, ZachH. i I elected recording secretary of the group was also accompanied to

Johns to attend the state meeting Paul Waner of the Baseball Hall the group, of counties in the to,- The commissioners voiced their i in the ,lower abdomen Tuesday Douglas of Jacksonville they Florida High School Library Leesburg by Sonny Tenly BHS
in Orlando tomorrow, at which of Fame and was given in recognition to 25,000 population:$racke4&f 'interest and requested that a bud- morning by James A. Woodwardof filed -'a, motion for a new trial Council at the spring conventionheld i alumnus and a former state officer r rI

the plan will be}.explained more of the outstanding achieve, 4 At the meeting Bill Soto was get be presented at the next meet- Lake' City with a .22 caliber challenging the sufficiency of the in Leesburg last Friday! I in the Library Council.

fully. Also. Ha try 13urns. a Jacksonville ment of the local chapter in: the elected to a representative' dir- ing for consideration. target, pistol.According'. evidence: presented, and .the trial I STILL ,' -- -
architect who submitted 1957 seal sale under.jhe chairmanship eetojship, -'an4ra.} A.lic!;\, iCtiqtveeyta r' AfI;McCarthY 81s .spoke to the ,., : to Woodward and a court's ruling in sustaining the MYSTERY
,th'propesaliwas" quested to'' ot'1.rnnCicl!
have an agent from the govern- Florida Tuberculosis and Health ing and Mr. Bloodworth traveledto morn- Woodward to come out of a housein propounded by their counselon
,ment come and meet with the son.Because Mrs. Crowson was unable Association. Lawtey Monday night to ad- Reno and get in his ear, then cross-examination in an effortto What Causes Kingsley Fish To Die?

councilmen.Mr to attend the meeting Kill Mrs. McGarvey made the presentation dress a there tried to pull him out of the car impeach the prosecuting wit-
,. Burns Soto, president of the local organ- of the School ,Press Pro- group concerningthe when, the shot was fired.
the was introduced to ization, received the award. jects Awards to Florida students. proposed? plan. Indicationsare Siemer then went to his car ness.Mrs.. Faulk Once again hundreds of bloated fish as cat fish.
council also
by Senator contended that
Charley E. that the public is in-
Johns, who expressed interest in Bradford county made an in. The School Press Project, was .terested. greatly and drove to the hospital as I. the trial court erred in refusing fish, whose death remains a mystery Frow Strickland, a long time
by the National Woodward to town and are dotting the shore line resident of Kingsley Lake and
the proposal.C. cr.ease of 68 per cent in seal sales sponsored jointly came gave her the privilege of making the
L. over the preceding year. This ;,"as: Tuberculosis Association and the I Moving to other business Clerk himself up to local police who closing argument to the of, Kingsley Lake east of ,Starke. operator of Strickland's landing,
jury. 1
permit to Akridge was granted a I the highest rate of increase in the Columbia School Press Project I Charles Darby read a letter ad! turned him over to the sheriff'soffice. The Apellate Court's decision Many property owners have reported has a different theory. He believesthe
operate two cabs provided I dressed to Sheriff P. D. Reddish gathering up and buryingas fish are victims of acme typeof

lations.! he complies with city regu. U OF F STUDENTS' TO ASK from the Manley Jail Works of Woodward is supervisor for an L was ginton written and concurred by Judge in John by Judge Wig- many as 20 or 30 good sized fungus. He has noted large

Georgia stating that the county insurance company and was in' fish along a 50 or 100-foot stretch! kills among the shiners he imports -
George Simpson, operator of 200 jail bars were not supposed to be Reno collecting at the time the Wallace ,Sturgis and Judge D. K. of shore line. A similar incident as bait for sale to fishermen.

Taxi requested the council to the hollow type containing rollersas incident occurred. Siemer had Carroll. occurred about three years ago. he says, and is convinced this is
consider limiting to one the num- What Do You Read In The Telegraph? was local opinion. worked as a salesman under The Appellate Judge G.Court L. also sustained J. T. Lee game management caused by fungus also.
ber of Patten the
companies operating The letter continued that a Woodward; until discharged about I officer for the Camp Blanding Most of the dead fish seem tote
In the' ,city. In stressing his point, representative from the jail works two weeks ago for "character presiding judge in the Carter case, reservation theorizes that the un- large shellcrackers and bream

ht said a city this size cannot University of Florida students I weekly newspapers, A percentageof recently inspected the jail and reasons" I in the his ruling denying Mrs. Faulk usually large fish kill might be that are bedding at this time of

support more than one on a pay from the School of Journalismwill Telegraph readers in each found it kept in good condition Apparently this was the reason. right to make the closing due to inability of the fish to year. However some blue gills

ing basis and provide the best soon be ringing door bells in town will/foe contacted and the but recommended certain main for Siemer's actions as he had argument.Asks acclimatize themselves to sudden and small trout have also been

'service, cars, etc. The proposal Bradford County when a reader- interviewers hope to find out how I tenance measures which the com threatened to start a fight with For Clemency changes of temperatures in the' noted among the victims.
was taken under advisement. of The Bradford well-read The Telegraph is, whatis Mrs. Carter through her attorney )
ship survey mission approved. Woodward about a week ago in water. He states that the large Lee said that an investigationof
)tr. Simpson also ask for is conducted.The liked and disliked about it, i this week served notice '
a rate County Telegraph Clerk' Darby submitted front of the post office. spring kills' seem to be noted: the situation will be made by
adjustment due to present high students will be identifiedby and other pertinent information the financial that she would apply for clem- when the
According to latest reportsSiemer weather turns suddenlyhot Wayne Hook of Lake City, fish
costs of operation. He was told a card and are hoping Brad- The survey will require only a road and report on the general and was Shot in the bladder ency to the State Board of Par- after a severe winter. technician with the Florida Game

to make up a rate card based on ford County residents will cooperate I.few minutes of'the reader's time caution about bridge the funds and urged and suffered internal bleeding but I dons in Tallahassee at its next Lee believes that the sudden & Fresh Water Fish Commission.

the zone method dividing the city with them in gathering and it will be extremely valuablein the road expendituresin is progressing satisfactorily In!Regular\ meeting. e heat causes expansion of the I
bridge fund.
into sections with specific chargesfor valuable data. determining what you, the Bradford County Hospital. water, forcing out oxygen to the' Electric Shock
each. This is to be submittedfor Towns to be included in the reader thinks, and also how you County Health Officer Jack- Woodward was charged with assault Big Dad Resumes point where fish are unable to''

consideration at the next survey besides Starke are Law- read the paper. Trawick requested an advertise with intent to murder and adapt themselves to the sudden 1Believed:
meeting.The tey, Hampton Brooker and Key So when your doorbell rings ment for bids for a fog machineand released on $500 bond. Full Time WorkThe change. Cause

firm of Reynolds, Smith stone Heights. one Saturday, morning soon a 4-wheel truck. The view voiced by some obser- -

and Hills received approval for The survey is part of a research. please ,invite the young journalism The commissioners authorizedthe 1 J Big Dad Manufacturing vers that the fish are being kill- Of Man's Death

their submitted engineering tees project by a graduate student in i student in for an interview use of county labor and equipment Grass Fire Alarm Company. of Starke is now work- ed as a result of dynamiting or J,t

for sewer ,work on U. S.8Ullliorthto the School of Journalism who is :You will be helping your news to move the palm trees ing its complete crew full timeafter electric shock operations of illegal;; Walter R. Snell, ?i, or Daytona

the city limits. interested in the readership of paperand yourself.Students planted along U. S. 301 in Law The Starke Fire Department the sewing department fishermen is discounted by Lee.|!' Beach, died Saturday afternoon
caught a small blaze and extinguished workers had been laid off for when the electric drill he wall
tey.Present states that if the fish had
Given at the meeting were it before any damagej several) weeks. been dynamited using to work on a boat shelter at
there '
would be
the student commissioners from done iu afield behind Plant manager Benny Finzercredited evidence of Kingsley Lake is believed to have
injury to
F Bradford High Powell's old turpentine plant. internal organs developed a short, knocking him
School who ,the
Chance To Run were warm weather for and broken bones. He 'also i'
elected: to serve for boys and girls The threatening grass fire sent their increase in orders and he said that most scale fish Im- into the, water. Death was attributed -
day Tuesday. volunteers into action shortly predicted are !I to drowning.
a continuous
upswingof .
mune electric
shock which is
County, City after noon last Friday. business. usually effective only on such type',I Mr Snell was visiting at the
Starke Woman home of his son, G. K Snell, on
City and county! government Kingsley Lake at the time. He

was taken over ,Tuesday and operated Is Top Winner had bought the family a boat and
was helping construct a shelter
si by elected students of In Shopportunity"Almost
for it He was alone at the tim

i ZP.t Bradford High. These seniors ob-, as good as Easter" was of the accident, so it it not known

nerved the different operations anIs the way one Starke merchant described just how 'it occurred.
conducted their own mock his Saturday business as. Besides his son here Mr. Snell

;i and meetings for the third year. the third !Saopportumty Days o L survived by his wife Alice W.
1 Snell of Daytona Beach and another -
Student officials included Mike weekend was held by cooperating
!. son, Walter W. Snell a student
Starke .
.. ,... Goldwire Clerk of Circuit Court; merchants.Mrs.
';t :- Glenda Underhill County Tax William C. Johnson (the at the University Florida.

:,,' Collector; Gary fclzey, County Tax former Alberta Brown) who resides Funeral services were held
Assessor; Frank Johnson County in an apartment at the home Tuesday in Daytona Beach.

School Supermtendent; Lon zo' of :Mrs. W. B. Parks 304 N.'Walnut .

c Kirkland, County Judge; Rudolph I held coupon NO. 011765 and Phone Company

Hutcheson, Sheriff; Charles No received the first prize of U5...
gel Mayor; Charles Usborne, Chief I The second prize of 915 (Mo. ,' ; c x '
< Moved
of Police; and Larry LaMee City 084669)) and third prize ,(No. ,,.;.. __ 1-_____ ,-_. I Partly

Clerk. 071062)) have not yet teen claim I

rs County Commissioners were J. ed. The money is waiting for the Canal DiggersTo Two volunteer workers attack Gator Canal with shovels and lift 1Into, New. Home

T. Parrish. Elissa Stefanelh, holders of these coupons at the logs out-of channel last Saturday.
Bradford I The Starke Telephone Company
County Telegraph.
: a Jeanne Wait Joanne Wait and Go Again
next has moved into its
The award party will be new.
Ronald Wiggins., i Road gateto begin the big job of dam at 9 o'clock
r held m front of Winkler's Electric, ready to resume modern office building at the
I I i
Making' up the County School' This clearing out weeds and logs responsible the clearing project. Carl
Service on Temple Ave. at 5) p.m. SaturdayPicks I.corner of Thompson and Jeffer
Board were Mary Cogdill Tommy for slowing the flow. association president advises ,
i Dyal Gerry Gibson, Reason Kirkland Saturday, Hay 17. from Magnolia to Brooklyn. those who cannot be there at 9 to ,
a and shovels were kept II Equipment and operators remain
and Sylvia Paulk. They started work on the chan- come any tune during the day
h at the old location but
Members of the City Council included Fish Fry For Band busy last Saturday clearing out nel from the Magnolia Lake outlet and leave when necessary. as
Vida Jean Gentry, Archie the channel leading from Magnolia .: down some 100 yards below The Clay Commission I I soon as installation of the new
1 County dial system is complete
Green. Mary Henderson GBildebran ary The Band Parents organizationwill Lake to the very low Lake. Treat Road Bridge. The water era have been appealed to for assistance I will be under the everything -
and Marcia Miller. sponsor a fish fry at the Brooklyn in .an attempt to raise! flow was improved substantially by donating the use of i same

The County Judge, Mayor and football field Friday night. May its water level more rapidly.s'I especially after the workmen removed their dragline wmch could clear ,roof.Manager H. A.
Bishop. Jr.
Superintendent of Schools ,were 16. Profits from this event will Answering ,an appeal by the a collapsed bridge block
Senior students, tudy procedure in County {perk' office (above) the :channels from both Magnolia :would like for everyone wishing
guests of the Rotary Club with go toward the purchase new Lake Brooklyn Civic Association,I ing the water. ; and Sand Hill
conduct mock trial at Ball assisted W. Lakes in a short a telephone to please
while others City by Mayor place an
Mike Goldwire presiding as president uniforms for the band. The'publlc around 13 workers armed with This Saturday morning volunteers time. Carnes said but so far there'I ''

T.Jackson and Officer Johnny Barden.t is urged to attend. picks and'shovels, met at Treat are requested to meet at the I l I has been no response by the board. I I(, as application possible to at insure the office fast as service.long" soon.


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,,, I IFarmer's NOTICE TO E. FE\D 1956.- .riV 1 I
I la Circuit t.....rt. uri..uuru County I I Description of Property: Blocks Zi THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH
editorial Florida: la ('hanr)'. and 26 in LivIngston Truby & EST. 1879OLDEST
r DiaryBy Lucille A. Smith. Plaintiffs.. Co. Subdivision. "pit cq -
Donald, R. Smith. Defendant O
Case .\io"U .Name In which assessed: A. It. D FUKI'S WEEKLY XEWSCOXTIXOrSLY-
Sam Mgfiarvfv NOTICE TO AI'i'EAK Randolph. '
; "* e r..ql- All of said property being in the 'I'-' PIPER I'nU.ISIlED
P'jf8 ; ear Top ieaoft and address is: DRY 1824 r I County of Bradford. State of Flor \J'0.o.\,
t we know Leo's better. Who knows I UNPYR THE SAME MASTHEAD..
w A. rig t S f8f'i jocal economy loomed last what the future may bring. There tier Navy' 111. FI'O.:' New Yir:-"\. I I ida.Unless such certificate or certificates !- P-hlikbrd Karh: Thor. and r.olrrrd an Bernd ClaM Ma.t'j I
II' o Y.. I I shall be redeemed accord .I the PuH ntfii-e at Markr. Fla. oadrr-Art of Mar. 8. 1H7:.
week' -t\lti that the State Cabinet P be
may a day yet when out 'in You are hereby notified that a to law the describedin -
1 Ha ;\! in priority to the back cf every hospital there will Ii.... ...0: ttit.w-?,. ...... .,_.. j .u_ ing such certificate property or certificates )nitay in :Month of June 1955! Dated this 29 day of April' n ll.!
"" I'fMsition fOrt of- minor dots aiiiuuny and will be sold to the highest bidder which is the 2 day June, 19aS.Kated ; (OFFICIAL SEAL)
.}:: AkaWai1dml\ in spite of a slashthe be some improved pasture and; court costs has been filed'against at the.court hou"e dnor on the first this 29; day of April, 19aS.! Charles A. Darby.'Clerk of
U W'hf11ltof the patients out there grazing you in the above named Court and Monday in Month of June, 19aS. (OFFICIAL SEAL) of Circuit Court of Bradford
'j state's proposed inline ana you are hrreuy required luserve which is the 2 day June. 195S.! Charles A. Darby Clerk of County Florida. "
e.. L i)1) lngn" 1g'r. \i"'U' b.dt happily. a copy of your answer or plead- I Dated this 29 day of April 1931.t of Circuit Court of Bradford 5/| 4t2S:
i' t. ing to the complaint the Plaintiff
t. en
( County Florida.
In' \ "
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e Dewrlson is of great interest here not Attorney Alan C.m -. St., 219 I Charles A.'Darby Clerk of 5/1 4t 623.NOTICK -' '
bed !
asparagus is still in operation Florida Title Bui.ding .'t of Circuit Court of Bradford
\ "'oniyibecsuseirfttlWfin'' \) 'k !\.& long recognized need, nine years after we plant- Florida and flit the ':11wal in the County Florida. TILL FOR BIOS
t And now, all of'a sudden it ;s office of the Clerk of the Circuit 5/1 4t 5/22 OF APPLIC.tTIOFOR Sealed bids will be received oy
totv'ajMbl( : ) ufeyvtHefllcftistruction' ( ''of the new ed' it: Maybe our secret is in' let- Court on or before the d day of June, T\\ DEED: the City Council of t\\e. City otf'tarKe .
III mil i6nMyblllar1; < ? summer time already and the hotweatllei ting it grow by itself. laiS;; ; otherwise the ;!legations of NOTICe APPLICATION FOR Notice is hereby given, that Cleveland at the'*"T tfa't in:-:'*r*
-rnqt, plan'| will provide employ- last week"'was too much ti. said Complaint will. be taken as confessed TAT DEEDNotice Xeal the holder of the follow- Florida: until 7:00 o'clock' P.M. on
raenr !tir'm1 hjriiriisl: i ''area over a period of'sevj for some of the berries and the by -'ou. is hereby given that A. It. .ing certificates. has filed said cer- Tuesday May 20, A.- '.IMS, at
r. ,' in nll J\re. .... If''you are planning on plantingsome Ttls notice shall T< published once Randolpu the holder of the following "i".t. s for" tax deed to be issued which ti1'1f'nd n'ac all bids r-
ly fsl.\lall growers lost overnight. numbersand reified will be puMicly opened and
some okra each week for four couaecutue weeksin certificates has filed said certificates thereon. The certificate
f;; you get a copy the' Hntdlord County Telegraph. for tax deed to be issued years of issuance the description read aloud on the following:
fIhen;, too,. Starke has always enjoyed pleasant of a new bulletin the Extension Dated this 2 day of May 195S. thereon. The a certificate numbersand of the property, and the namesin One House-trailer, shed and
ass rcla !onS'-wlt! ;'tKe11' jjerionnei: of. the farm col- Checked with one of the farm- Service has put out on it. (COURT, SEAL) years of issuance the description which it was assessed are asfollows' contents.
ers here in the Lawtey section on t' CHARLES A. D\RRY of the property and the namesin : One House and Contents.T
e caYyt, ati itfV EiH' (obi pt forward to many new his other He said all Clerk of the Circuit Court. which is was assessed are as Certificate Xo. 60. Year of Issuance ] "iinw> item's are hn-ated in
< crops. that Wouldn't it be fine if we could By Marian L. Crusby D"lmty:11"1'1: k I follows: 1956. the rear of the Fire Station or the
M ends! ip'S 'aLJf1tbenurnbeV; of residents there isM the'rain! has messed up his field 5/8 4t 5/29 I Certificate Xo. 40. Year of Issuance Description of Property: SH of r,ty of Starke, and can be inspected
: increased 'k ng"iwWthe' expanded facilities. of green beans and that he is not haveclover growing around. here 1956. XEtt Of SW14 Sec. 35 T 7 S K 22Name : I at any time. All foundations
the year 'round. 'They are doing Description of Property: S 3 A. of E.. and floor connectwl w"h f-.n
VfecwiilboJijiprwarditi; : : ; ) start of the'construc- hopeful for them. some experiments with E14 of NEt of SW 4 of 8\\ ,1 in which assessed: Cleveland items must t>e removed from the
tion work. inthe not too distant future and'havethe ,I a mineral NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR Sec. 22 T 6 S R 22 E. Xeal. property. Bids may be submitted< '
; product called Frit,,which is sup- TAX DEED Name in which assessed: A. it All of said property being In the on either of the two above uau.iaitems
assurance of Prison Director' R:" C."' Culver Listened to a farmer telling of posed to work wonders. In one Notice is hereby given, that A. K. Randolph.All County of Bradford. State of Flor- separately or on both items. .
his troubles with his.water'pumpwith Randolph the holder of the follow- of said property being in the as you may dt'sirf'101: m s
'that the_ "new Raiford"' will'lie-'dne'of the-. finest test the plot treated with Frit ing certificates has filed said certificates County of Bradford State of Flor- ida.Unless such certificate; or certificates to be removed within thirty days
prison facilities the nation/: '-' 4 a sympathetic ear: We claim produced 4,462 lbs. of clover for a tax deed to be issued ida.Unless shall be redeemed according from acceptance of bids by the Cltj;
.1 little If anything in the way cf thereon. The certificate numbers such certificate or certificates to law tae property describedin of :Starke;
while another plot untreated pro- and years of issuance the descrip- shall be redeemed according such certi'icate or certificateswill The said City reserves the rightto
success fame fortune with this
or durer only 88 lbs. Frit contains tion of the property and the names to law the property described be sold to the highest bidderat accent or reject any or all bids.
Rules/ Fq Earjepte one exception. We probably.: have in which is was assessed are as in such certificate or certificates the court house door on the first CITY OF STARKB.- KLOH11JA'
Iron. Zinc I I
4.. % set'some sort of record for water Manganese. ; Copper.Boron follows: will be sold to the highest bidderat Monday in Month of June, I: aS!!, By: Carl Johns. City Clerk
J and Molybdenum and a Certificate Xo. 46. Year of Issuance the court house door en the first which is the 2 day June 19aS.! 6/1 3t /1I
A.noted Boston educatorlias.made the disturb- pump troubles with our Finnegan.In glass-like tiase. .
ing prediction that America's' "culture 'of work- -fact, in: the nine years we .5. = -
lessness i will double the number'of" venile delinquents have livedhere.. Sam has spent a Every once in a while you hear

m four years,"' He] 'says' that "hard: good part of it down in the woods. sdmeone ask about the possibilities -

.."work! is'' going out "style. and""dd: it-the easy tinkering with.Finnegan.". of growing mushrooms in WONDiRFUtA

.' way'is. the catch phrase' of the, ; day. Just for. variety Finneganis Florida. The Experiment Station ;.

Whether or not the Boston 'educator is right. losing his prime.now Up till now itwas have advised against it. The: way r.-
ardtidi f t 'to n' '' tif" : they explain it, it would take a Idea For
his\pr a 1isF ;:elb'a and'i waterbound and next weekit Delightful
cornsack full of and if .
(l n't5'"'tilei( sfSiie 1 riuMI! '!Pr mb e' !'Jnvenlled"d enhq { will be worn contacts. Long you have that, you money can buy all f1\'foJ.. jt.
( "nstoi1! Live Finnegan -the worst water
"e'n" t.nfcenf'r.c6m ut(1'Jt1ft'he. 'l'if xis the mushrooms you want. ; ,
poCa'ctep n +/I re-a 1.ir t I f,. a l v"t f''( 1 cu1J1ese pump in Bradford County. 5.5 t.,
: I .
F' Irufes" nave'been copied i widely in Texas Today there are only about 6- t :. "(
.. .
1 Anyone ever seen a panther .
000 sheep in Florida, as compared t b
d eibspaperg WMiraFhe"htWirHfa 'e fii''t' pai'elits: t. '"0"" ; I IsAVEf4
around this ? We've heardsbme'talk .. ;
area t. I 'l' '
1 with a total of 114,000 in 1910 )',,'
!1SeW1 erg /crG1i dii et" ltettl >hIntl > > about them but a man'who >>
iill aelin i\ili\ ,'r'H' ere !ire t'e'1" s"'Itliare' accordingto P. E. Loggins as-
) K11 l does a considerable amountof {+ COME
sistant animal husbandman. In
4far i 1 ed"t tj'1i( nts ll b'ybbn i era n who tint 'cat hunting says that '''there his study of the subject Loggins I l ? 1 '
:# \ rtriitintt'."" I aren't around here "Un- 'I
Iintotri'e'Hbnst8n iiollc i fP: any now.. found there are three reasons for 1i YOU'LL 4t \
t'r.ir' Blgitf'fn till aii&*tb W'foffr'fcHn'd' VerythWg l l lass," he-adds. "it might be' astray thedecline in sheep productionhere ? \::.\:

Z .CL fw nhi;; l'HFwiio nl.feXUP. r 'itur, uiiirrt'j(! hlfevingt :- i travelling from the Oke- : 11 Losses from dogs and t*;. 1' .

: e'tvorld) dWhin tat'lf nif. iTW ''uir. I, fenofcee r., down .to...the.' Scrub." other predatory animals; 21] pro- ..>.',:. AT A&P!
r V >fkirt wt"<" H\ a I I-; : 't\.
ZA & blems of controlling parasites; ..
2r augh at. him. when dirty' :
ne picks up Our faithful Airedale Leo has don't t. ::
and 31] many people just
"TVinf a
mfh ty
? WUTUJJ., iJyac wui liioAc uiiiut. rip a LULC.raiSft'tKinti his own system for treating his .
"srtU'Dorl, .a. 've'l iiik'S : c 1i f re'd. : illnesses. Does he lie down' and like sheep. J. .

: he'd 2 ,'s 5 eb 'fuj kett'Mfmiriil.\ \; : : otibrel ,i groanand fuss and practically It's getting tough to write this JANE PARKER LARGE
I1ii i 9.inat ..n n'Il.l1tfp\ I$ 0\\11 mlflil-fal Jut ask us to send for Doc Mullins? .r\i'
r column for the road is coming : 0
: ft ur i his t Not our 'mutt. When he has
in to then
: prosenca' neigh- and \ '
o through our house
misery he' searches around the- right
: bore, and"sK6w'liow,, much_ :.smarter. he.is than the yard for; a clump of the right every once in a' while Sam. looks' REG.

neighbor's children., kind of grass and he grazes away'at' up nervously 'cause he's sitting od 49c I

: 5" Never' use the word "wrong." It might it like a cow; and next thing enthe: newrightofway.brother .: riii'O' n e. :

:.. develop in him a.:'guilt complex; He,will'.be pre-. .... .. and Mrs :
t41 TRtntlrltiTa n..r.y toY and family, Mr. ,
I' pared l later o'Ii to believejwhen he is punished.that ,

: society is'against 'Kim and. that he' isrbeing. per Gerald Suggs. ,:' :4
.. .. HiAI.PI ONBy Mr. and Mrs. John Benny Sappof
secuted. : Daytona visited' their 'parents t JANE PARKER Your Choice: JANE PARKER LARGESTRAWBERRY
: '6. Pickup after him and do everything for '" l
sf that he 'will Mm.: D. E.. ilnlAAAA over the weekend.We '
: hint be experienced iri letting in for.those who. MOTHER'S DAY"SuperRight" or SPECIAL! '

.. sbmeone' lse'! carry'Tiia responsibilities.Tj. ? A A L..........u..u are 'nlL join and those prayer in the hospital I .> I .

: ;.' Have' no concerti. for 'w'h"at'goes into his Mrs''Horace: May returned to especially,Mr. M." L. McDanielwho : i Pouch Pied REG .;

chooses.mind: tbthim. :' read.'see, and".h'ear. anythmg, heM Hampton several months Sunday in, after Silver spending Spring has Hospital. : been:for in two Bradford weeks. County F .. .! Laye"; (a k e 8c_ 59; 49.c T." ..,

S in the oftyour Md Little Randy Martin spent''. ten, ....'; "' ...... .._......, .. .. .. .,, .. .. ; .. .
= .Quarcel.fragiwlitly.. presence, I ;? 'with her daughter, Mrs --'w.. 'N;... "i. \\;IIij;: ...-. ." ". ... ..... ,... .............:. .
** -" > Wilma in the hospital. We are ( < : "'Y' ,, ,. .. : .. : .
r chive." Lambert. days ; "t"r4.1' :. : :p. ;;r.: '; \t\. .,: '
} the he Mrs. thankful he was able to returnhome ., r .',.. .. ... '!t""' ';1 ,. ..'t1''I.:. .", ". .. ,' .... ..t \ .. r
9: 'tJive'him all. spending-money, wants.. Mr. and Frank Williams .::'...,...,'<: ,I' : '" : ,';'.w.,:: ., ': .' ..,.; .
> this past'TueSday.. A
: Never J let him earn his own and family spent last weekend in .
: 10. Take his part against policemen teachers Orlando with Mr. and Mrs. James There are many others who are. "Super-Right" Short Shank Sugar Cured
ill and we wish them all a speedy

: airainst.your: and (neighbors.ch' Jd.--, They. are just. prejudiced. : Broome.Odessa Melton daughter of Mr. recovery.Mr.: and Mrs. Gerald Sapp were, CORNED BEEF 12ozcan 33e PICNICS fully cooked lb& Jc
end Mrs.
L/ L.
Melton received'a
11. Let him eat anddrink.,anything he wants Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and
: whenever he wants it. .fractured ankle while playing'at Mrs. Carl Sapp. (
their home I : -
12. And finallywhen he gets into real trouble near Hampton last Just a reminder for anyone who Half or Whole ... 6 to Sjb Average '
Thursday. She is able to get about I A&P Our Finest uallt- _
*- defend yourself by saying "I never could"do with crutches and, a cast her has any kind of news. Jot it down I I"Suver
with ,him '* <" : <' .; I and I'll.take. it at any church Right" Western
: anything anyway1.: Lean 8-12 lb Avg
.. 'I leg.Mr. service. Will te; looking for your lb .
and Mrs. D. E. Hill and WEET PEAS 11 e
news .Sunday, i
Weies daughters drove to Pomona ParkSaturday lb
r This/ /s ,,' PORK LOINS 55c
,wt .A. to visit Mr and Mrs. C; t. ', ;f
-'-- -
There are many special daysand Special'weeks C.., Hill. & .

T designated ,.as significant, for one reason or' an-' 'MrS. A_ L. Sullivan of Ocala is BORROW T "Super.Right", 12 oz can -

:' ., tpa they are connected with some commeccial -' visiting this week in Hamptonwith % Lean Center Cut

enterpriser or eventually' become'sor This Mr.Mrs.and T.Mrs.F Brown.Earni. Souther-. '.. LUNCHEON ,MEAT 35c P RKigCHOPSm! LB i I

?. current week is, Family Week'and''' there*is'nothing -" land'' and daughter- New River with 65C

: to buy and; nO' promotion'connected'with it: were Sunday'visitors at the home .
I Since W9' do t not need"' to spend money in"co fnection'witif of Mrs.'Ina Knight and son. >0 Cabin Home

: the' celebiatipn of Fami1y.: W'eek.we' Nine Intermediates and young EASE Lb Pkgs '

.can freelyspend some time thinking the meaning = people of Hampton Baptist 'tE :

: of'the, family and the things we have sometimes Church went on a.rollerskatingparty CORN MEAL 2 for lie FRYER P
: 'neglected.: to Lake Butler Saturday andCONFIDENCE' zRTfslbbox 1.19

tit Whan-the'cbmrnunities'; in which we lived were L.morning Cooper May.Rev.3.and Mr. Mrs.and Mrs.Marvin'Faile C. .
:smaller' each family depended on itself. for itswellbein&
and-Mrs. D; E. Hill chaper- Ann PageTender
and! its recreation We have' '
a onedi
> gone the group. Cap n. John Red
I long way' from' tnat.N w? some members of a The Bernard Bates family

:1 family scarcely each other'fromTday1' to'day.: called home to Stewart MISs Friday was- CHERRI AID 6 'pkgs 19c lb

They have' little' in common except the house Int by" the death of Mrs. Bates' PERCH! FILLETS 39c

which they live. Papa still pays the 'bills and mother. -
does the routine work such Mr.,Huckaby of Atlanta visited '
:..mamma usually I as -
.getting meals' cleaning- up ands sometimes. even .A.last Hall.week with Mr. and.; Mrs L. QUICKsERvIc Cap'>n., Johnfs Fried 1

.:.responsible. A wholesome for,,, close-knit some of the family income.is the solution Mrs. Ted Curtis and chil- lb
dren.of Stewart Mississippi are r POLE BEANS 19c FISH CAKES llpkg 3c;
t to many of our present day problems. Granted visiting with her parents. Mr. and & ,

.that it Is impossible to go back to the. times when: Mrs; P.. H. Lott. The Lotts drove I

families had to be self sufficient it is still possible to 'Alabama Saturday to get Mrs. : -

: -for each member a'family to spend a little Curtis.. Green t Sh iteni i2'h ,

*time'in appreciation of' the proWems'and' sponilf l ""'" 4. CRISCO 3 Ibs 95c

sibilities of other members of the'farnilyv1; rap'* .9Y..Y..9Y..9 Y9Y9YY.Y99Y -
t + r.i' '/'V61JWlUa + BRAGE.d 5 C Dixie
Lily. .
*- 'As the bread' .'innerpapa, i is entitled\'fa some twl SiM

appreciation of his devotion. to the*"j job;?that''pa)1si 4 GRITS 1 ,1-2 poundlpackage; 20c .

the family bills. Lots of days'he 'goess'tolwolk' 2L GreenYellow Scott ;.":;

when he- would rather stay home ran gal''fishin'ga'k ta .a !:r i4Nl Fancy TOWELS '

Mother has washed millions of'dishes'. rte ......fir...beL...L..._.1\...+r2.... r Big Rolf 33c

thousands 'of routine chores tha ttJIi ':'doenotnP! ; This past.Wednesda i AAA.6.. I UpTQa t CUCUMBERS 1 for 14e Hudson > '
:: night l
:dike to do. ;.rt: $,..m'1'.t\ ( rt)f our "regular thoi this y' business wu, TOILET TISSUE 4 rolls for 49c

: Thechildren are the greatest source of joy m ijng.:Let'salia'pray. that ':we* I Krafts Philadelphia
.that an' Barents can have but 'tKey Ka've'thfrrel0' ? hat%&&''saul!winning Revivaland; $ .

:'sponsibility of conducting tneni8 "IVestM That* also*thai we!*'may to1-forward' inbuilding1 $6JlOJ ____ CREAM CHEESE 3 ounces, 2 for 29c

:parents ,can feel,proud: of themj'itTrtaidbes"n&fek! our Sunday school rooms.. Blue

JDea .that they' mu t be a-greatIsuccesktbutrthafrot Regular services- of the- week5 OHIO'NS 2 Ibs for 13c zot Giant Size 81c
are Sunday'school! "
they become good citizens.n tartras; .iv.t thin ariOTmominjeWorship ; .
llTraining Union at Talks Find Us Friend1y"LOCAL Blue LabelKARO

i 7- and, eveningWorship at 8. -
SYRUP Pint 25c.
Only ruftin fes Prayer meeting on Wednesday at FINANCE Yellow Tender .
7:30 p. m.Brotherhood. r Milk Fortifier ; \ I -

Three minutes out of a lifetime is nothing. president i BOSCO 12

q"hey jas4 in; a.ftash, like "the blinking of an eye. each man to be present Friday urges COMPANY SQUASH'j Ibs for f 25 c. ounces 37c

Yet .on three minrtes tremendous things. both" night for the meeting: We have i o Chicken of the Sea

gox d.and,bad/can: *happen- **-* J '** -: choir rehearsal Saturday nights at 114 N..Walnut St. CHUNK TUNA 33c ''

In three minutes: for instance, a man- can be 7:30; We thank-. the Lord for those I Detergent' !

infected* whhi'poHervirus': that; m&y krfock him who tfack part in the special sing: ((3 Doors from Post Office) I = "
ing' ;=.;: = = TREND Giant Size 49c
Sunday night
flat oir his Hack fop'' the rest of his lif?, 'Or in. 1 tI

three- mihuttp'MV'' (pf 'cret1' 'three .shots, of SaDc 1 Happy'Sunday"' -"Mothers'Mothers'Day Day to' and the Phones 5SO and 581 : I I, t r Blue Dutch

Vaccine. antle's! "" ,'frottt'a lif tinfe of crippling. : ?youngest- and the oldest 'mothers.Mr. Mrs. Marguerite. Hall, I CLEANSER 2 for 24c
gUIn1T'err."" r j:' rolib t m4.' NOW 'isT t.h 'time"f.D *
and Mrs. W. L, Suggs of Manager
statt. 1 mlr rolin.acchiation.. i 'It'spaiinlesss :" SeattleV Wash.: attended service r !III,., < TTT JIFFY CAKE MIX each lOc

"It: inq.. "qi\1J; r t'\- ;""'\.} by.. '-take.' a. !mance.. "" .t r t ,.. .Sunday--. and were guests of his' : N4 .I. '-..=.- ....L.T .- !.:: .;..'.,.



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Ti"1URSDAY.i! S. 13-3 ISIAII'.(FGU "UIl\I I ii 1.l..tr.r.t. lu rsunr.. ri.'iuu.v PAGE THREE

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Popularity Of Gold Head State Park w, U. Home< l Deinonstratio'l !, To Farmers Claim Failing Benefits '

t; Many farmers in Bradford
Increases With Every Summer SeasonSix ,
I by County are not claiming social
security benefits, according to the
+ I
i Gainesville office All farmers 65
miles north of Keystone ing at the entrance station 4
? Home
Heights Q&if Demonstration Agent I, years of age or over (162 foi omen
on State Road 21 some where we receive a map of the
who have not done \
so tttuuy -
of nature's most outstanding park and helpful instructions. We An especially nice fish dish is girls left Friday after school and
I should check as soon as
beauty spots have been developedto pay a 25-cent parking fee and Salmon Loaf. returned home Sunday noon.
Mrs. K. G. Duncan's i possible to avoid losing moneyA
provide park' facilities for the proceed down the paved scenic The school was designed to givea
Many of her friends have enjoyedthe lepresentative of the Gain-
people of Florida and other states. drive. 4l weekend of fun' and fellowshipwith
tasty dish so Mrs. Duncan esville office will be at the court-
During the past several months About a mile from the entrancewe special training in leadershipfor
if.x wants to share her recipe with house in Starke
the park has been undergoing on Thursday.
a the
come to the famous ravine a purpose of improving the
It is easy to prepare and inexpensive May 22, at 9:30 a. m. for
face-lifting to make it even more natural phenomenon that is truly you. summer 4-H camp and the over- pur-

attractive to visitors and attendance awe-inspiring. There is a stairway which is important all county 4-H prcgram. Only pose of conducting social security
when the price of meat is so high. business.
records for the past five that will allow us to go in older 4-H members adult leaders I

years were broken [hi April when safety to the bottom of the Salmon Loaf and extension agents attended. Persons who wish to make application -

8,500 visitors registered at the ravine a surprising drop of 75 1 can red salmon [mashed The camp was conducted by for social secunty retirement -

Park Including persons from nine feet. After our descent we find a fine, 1 small onion chopped the state 4-H club staffs from or survivors benefits,

foreign countries. This total for dense Jungle growth a series of l lrw fine], 2'eggs [well beaten], one- Tallahassee and Gainesville and I I secure social security account

April included 5,536 daily visitors; small clear springs and the de- half box saltine crackers [crushed : the district agents. numbers, or get any other social

2,193 campers; and 761 cottage lightful little branch referred to fine], and salt and pepper to Featured I I security information are invitedto
during the
tenants. in our literature. Along the floorof taste. assembly and devotional camp were-I!|! see the representative at the

The new improvements at the the ravine we find nature Thoroughly mix all ingredients.Form programs I time of his visit.
The Beautiful inside and outside; recreation -
Beach Attracts Swimmersarea
park were completed under the trails that open up wonderlandsof I Many a loaf and cook in pan with
ceremonials and water kUU'U) LOVE: tLc new "Atea--
direction of the new Superintendent. natural beauty.As 1 cup water. Baste oftenaddingwater
safety. brook e-! ize fountain lapastel
Robert C. Baylor along with we follow our map around are scientifically cleaned through this beautiful area also. ing where visitors have the use if necessary. Cook in mod- pur pens
The Bradford khades. Only $:s.0' at Broth
his staff of friendly helpful Park the drive we come to the picnic test rooms. Alcng the south shore of lovely of the central building hot showers erate oven 350 degrees F. until County 4-H girls
Rangers. Mr. Baylor was trans- area. Here the visitor is provided I' The beach at Gold Head is one Lake Johnson we find 14 comfortable dressing rooms rest rooms, brown [about 30 minutes]. will camp the week of July 7 at ford County: Telegraph.

ferred to Gold Head several cook-out facilities in the form of of the nicest in all Florida. Bath vacation cottages all and even a place for laundering Sauce Cherry Lake another district \OTH'.: TO 1IKFKXU

months ago from Anastasia State waist-high charcoal stoves and house facilities including showers family-styled units. Nine of these clothes. Additional landscapinghas Make a paste of one-fourth cup camp. To be eligible to attend !.Flurida ClrraU: In f mrt.Chancery Bradford C... y,

Park near St. Augustine. picnic tables for family-sized dressing rooms, and lockers, are of frame construction and just been completed in this flour and water. Mix until girls must have finished and exhibited James :Murray Plaintiff. Daisy

The park and its facilities are groups or barbecue pits for larger are provided and qualified life- rustic in appearance with large area and more tables have been smooth. Saute one good size onion one project. Willie :Murra Case DrfrndanL.No 12-531: :

Just' as popular with home folksas gatherings. guards are on duty during the stone fireplaces. Although rusticin provided. chopped fine with one-half block Compost Piles NOTICE TO .irrRtR

with visitors from other sections Here also we see the large spring and summer months. Boats appearance they have all Superintendent Baylor and all butter. Cook until light brown Garden and landscape plants residence To: Patsy and Willie address Murray are: L'nknown whose

of Florida and other states. pavilion that provides covered Are available for rent and the modern equipment. The five other the employees at Geld Head stirring often. Add 1 small can thrive better in good soil with \hU are hereby notified that a suitor

Boy Scouts Campfire Girls other shelter for company picnics fishing is great! cottages are of concrete block Branch State Park welcome visit- mushrooms chopped. Cook a few plenty cf organic matter to helpit ( divorce in the above has been named filed t'ouu againstyou mil

youth groups and church organ- church groups, family reunions Leaving the picnic area we and are ultra modern. ors at all times and will appre- minutes. Add flour paste stirring hold air moisture and plant cause and you are required to serve

izations receive special attention and other get-togethers., come to the Old Mill Site. Be- The drive from the cottage area i ciate any comments or suggest- constantly. Cook until flour is food and give :t a loose structure I to a copy the complaint of jour answer< n the or Plaintiffs pleading

and are provided camp sites free A large, new and modern con lieved to have been in use over a leads to the camping area a delight -i ions as to how they may make blended with other ingredients. that permits roots to develop na Attorney Herald R Hrt vet 'mi'h j

of cost. cession building dominates the hundred years ago parts of an to the.outdoor type. "Rough- the park a more enjoyable placeto Gradually add milk [ a little turally. file. -the--ne.original Jaikon\ille.in !the 2.office Florida 01 and

Join us as we take a tour of crest of the hill leading to the old cotton gin are still standing ing it" is*'hardly the description visit for a day a weekend or more than 1 cup]. Cook until it Many home (owners struggling I Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before -

the spacious park grounds start- bathing beach. Convenient to the today.- ---Nature trails thread however for this type of-campof ---a week.- forms a thick sauce. Pour over with th..h.sandy.... soil_are... ... ...constantly,ft I wise the the allegations!9 I day cf June.of said 19S Complaintwill : nthpr-
salmon loaf and serve immeaiaiely. vAiAuniiig away iiiai/cuajd that be taken as oontesbetl nv you
an eye-witness account of the these words: "Mismanagement the fox family has been cap- RESEARCH SHOWS HOW six. could be used to improve it. Grass This notion shall be published:: Serves nmMVUttve weeksn !!!
Out Long Beach Cal. earthquake. She selfishness and waste are to blame tured by the boys. A short time, TO KEEP CATTLE IIEKD 4-II Recreation Leadership Camp clippings leaves, weeds even each' the week P.radfonl for four Countv Telegraph.Date. .

was a resident of Long Beach at for Florida's school ills." He wenton ago they presented one to the THIRFTY OVER WINTER Parrish of Brooker and vegetable parings and fruit peels .! thU 1 lay p f :May. 195l'Ot'RT : !<

the time and described the terrible to say that the state was giving Jacksonville zoo." He added that Virginia attendeda from the kitchen will decomposeinto SKAUrilAKLRS A. n. rirv.
Of calamity. Things began to the counties seven times as the hunting up and down New It is now pretty generally agreed Lynn Perint of Lawtey club suitable material for additionto Cl..rk ft the Cin-uit Court
shake and she rushed out of their much money as it had during River was very good. that from the standpoint of training school for 4-H the soil. ny :Marian L. Croshv 5/1 Deputy.1 : q('l..rk
weather the winter of 1957-58 is leaders held at Camp McQuarrie I
ThePast house to try to find her husband. boom times and still many coun- the _m'
When she did locate him at the ties were closing their schools be- Nat Sternberg proprietor of a the worst Florida has had in 100 recently. Accompanied by the =-- ,

oil field where he worked he was cause they could not pay their local general store had some uni- years. There is no question thatit home demonstration agent -

safe but had a narrow escape teachers. que advertising. "Nat Sez." has cost cattlemen and citrus

from a falling tank. He ran from "I see by the papers that Babe and vegetable growers many thou- THIS WEEKS

under the tank in time to save The same issue of the Telegraphtold Ruth has agreed to sign a con- sands of dollars. But Florida

himself but had to run on 801 of plans afoot to unite Union tract for $52,000 to play ball. For growers and cattlemen are not

lEdited By Alice McGarvey] broken ankle and Bradford counties. The plan that much money I'd play myself ones to commiserate with themselves -

and throw in the other five mem- and bemoan their losses
They were growing things big was the idea of Louis W. Zim,
It proudly announced bers of the family. Even though! without doing anything to prevent
in Bradford county 25 'years ago was by representative from St. Johns
such catastrophes in future. w
according to the, Telegraph of Bradford High that the students county and would have reducedthe you don't make as much as Babe

March 31, 1933. A huge cabbage representing the school in the number of counties from 57 does you can still get along if you Fortunately cattlemen can begin Soil Conservation
to for
such eventual-
Third Dist. academic competitionhad to 31. buy your clothes from me. prepare
grown by L. V. Moore weighing ities in future. Fortunately also, N-E-W-S 1
18 pounds and four,carrots total- : received more places than Maybe the reason it didn't go TVTYVYTTfYTTTTTTTVYTYYTIBy i research by the University of Soil Conservation Service
ing -six pounds grown by' A. F. any other school except Andrew through was because the law- Florida
Murrhee 'were exhibition in Jackson High with whom the lo Experiment By Bill Haas
on makers' heard of the battles there Stations is available to show the
town to prove 'that this was not cal students had tied. Schools in- were for many years between RISING Tests at Gainesville Ona
just a tall tale. cluded in the district were those Starke and Lake Butler over way. The Board of Supervisors for
Sirs. Gordon Jones Quincy and elsewhere have shown WATCH THIS SPACE FOR WEEKLY SPECIALS
from Live Oak to St. Augustine the Bradford Soil Conservation
Not to be outdone by the men. where the county seat was to be. that it is possible to provide feed
Jacksonville and Green Cove District held their regular monthly -
Mrs: Sally Tyson came in with a i S. 4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAVisiting =mostly home-grown that will
Springs. at Lloyd Green's home.
peculiar shaped egg. It was long Did'you ever hear of J. Well- meeting
a keep breeding herds in good con-
harrow four inches at the Blake Jackson, 10th grade ? You to Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Those attending were Foster Shi
arid ington Wimp party come ition every winter and be especialy
long axis and was'laid by one of placed second-in algebra Harmon my house for ah oyster dinner- Lewis were Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow valuable in times of severe weather. Smith Lloyd Green. Sam Mc-
Thomas and daughter Linda Sue J. B. White Supervisors .
Morgan. 12th grade second in Garvey and
ber Indian gamehens.. you bring the oysters. .
'Mrs. L. Hill had an easter lily English 11 'and 12 and Mildred of Brooker; Mrs. Paul Faulknerand G. T. Huggins. Secretary SHEET ROCKrxLx
The herd at
purebred breeding
exhibition> that six and Morgan. 12th grade-first on children and Mr. and Mrs.E. and Bill Haas and Leon Carter
I was History 12. In Red Kerce's Raiford column J. Manni and children of Gainesville for instance was Soil Conservation Service. The'
one'half feet tall
he writes: "Several nights the maintained in excellent conditionthis
At the same time Governor Starke.Mr. ,, April report of the activities of
past week awakened winter and high percentage
we were a a
the Bradford Soil District
route to was
the county Lewis on
A letter from Mrs. Ira Corn Sholtz was castigating
late hour by the.mournful soundof of the cows dropped and nursed
instruction inALVAREZ' Alabama spent Friday night with' discussed. Some of the items of
former .Bradford resident, gave boards of public a cow horn and a pack of real calves without loss.
his ,parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. interest were the soil and water 3.Mr
hounds on 'trail. Malcolm and i Improved grass pastures were 1 55SE
Lewis. conservation farm plans that I
Established 1894Men's Billy Thompson along with sev- fertilized in early fall and some
jjj the of
I 11I\\ STORE Visiting Mr. Robert Norman were prepared delivering
Clothing II eral boys and men have been over the weekendj were: Mr. and of the areas were left ungrazedfor wildlife planting material the us FORCOMPLETE -
running foxes. Many a sly fellow
the grass to grow and be left
stocking of fishing ponds and
Mrs. Earl Proctor ana daughters,
;intr- 'Ee
fox grazing. thoughthe I PER
Carolyn and Bobbie Jean of Jack- the locating and staking of water
grasses had been killed by control ditches for people in the
0 /T ; sonville; Mrs. Maude Morris. Mrs.
Evilee Jones and Mrs. Maggie cold they furnished considerable County. It is the objective of the BUILDING
grazing that was almost equal to
10 minutes Norman of Gainesville; and Mr. Board of Supervisors and the Soil
hay in value. The animal hus-
and Mrs. Albert Norman and son Conservation Service to help the SERVICES
: Johnny of Mulberry bandry people had harvested some local farmers with their soil and
; grass and made silage of it, plac-
is all : : water conservation problems. The
}: Miss Nancy Mannl of Starkewas
where the
: /' ing it in a trench remark was made that no job is
overnight guest of Miss Car- to it from more Paints Roofing
could access
too small too if
or big so you
it takes. f( Yrv'yF olyn Jones. than one pasture.A have any problems pertaining to
Mrs. Reed Lewis and childrenare
to pound and a half Lumber Materials
'- pound the conservation of our natural
I ft',: home spending a. few weeks of cottonseed pellets daily, with resources let us help you.
and Mrs. Reed's mother Mrs. C. the gazing supplied by the dead Masonry
L. Atkinson of Brooker spent Sat- from the Water Pumps
grass and the silage Charles H. Young Soil Scientist
urday with them. trench silo kept the cow herd in with the Soil Conservation Service Products

Mr. and Mrs Thurman Jones excellent shape throughout the prepared soil and capability
fist ttl; ilia th and sons Eugene and Julius of Hardware Lawn Mowers
(tit t 1 t 7try rrQ winter. I maps for Foster R. Hayes, Charles
yt +itt t t f rt t 4r Starke visited Mr.and Mrs. Eddie Doubtless cattlemen throughout I Bush, A. P. Johns, all of Hamp-

,1tt1 t 1 A rii Norman Sunday. the state will follow this or ton, and T. w. Tatum of Lawtey.

We are sorry to report that a similar program In providingfor Several people have asked me

Leon Conner is in Bradford County their herds in coming winters. when they would get their farms

S Hospital. soil surveyed. The Soil Conserva-

..... CHURCH NEWS tion Service has been saddled NO MONEY DOWN

E7 The Homecoming was a big suc- SERVICE MEN with the leadership in preparingthe

cess Sunday at Bayless Highway Soil and Water ConservationNeeds

'Y Baptist Church. Everyone had a for the United States.

t5i ArF 1, wonderful time and we were gladto This Needs Survey requires considerable Repair
see Mrs. Maggie Norman out. : time to be spent on the

.. She is the oldest member of the prepartion of soils maps and

church. Pvt. Roger Williams son of with the back log of planning requests Add Rooms Carport ---

Sunday School at'10 a. m7 Rev. and Mrs. Lemuel S. Wile it will take a little time to

Church at 11 a. m.. Training Un- 'llama 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke get; your farm mapped. You can

fp .; ion at 7 p. m. and evening Ser- recently completed the general ruin your land in a short time Bath Room

.. vices at 8 pjn. Also mid-week' equipment repair course at the but it takes years to build it
t prayer meeting. back up, so a little conservationwill (

If you cannot go to your churchwe Va. During the 14-week course help you keep your soils in )
welcome you to ours. Pvt. Williams was trained to install good condition. '

adjust and maintain a variety I stopped at J. V. Edwards Jr. Paint --- New Roof

V ft PATIENTS ADMITTEDTO of quartermaster machineryand place to discuss his fish pond

BRADFORD HOSPITAL mechanical equipment. He problems with him. After lookingover LABOR AND MATERIALS)
entered the Army [in August 1957and i the
pond we rode over his
The following patients were ad- completed basic training at
pastures. J. V. remarked that his
r !{( ia mitted to, Bradford County Hospital Fort.Jackson.. S. C. Pensacola
lifI( Bahia
t ( f IffK( i recently. pastures are pro-
t __ ducing
grazing this
Mrs. Louise jones Of Keystone Pvt. Rogers K. Rivers son of year.
He also
has I
a field of Coastal
Heights Lloyd Weaver' Baldwin Mr. and Mrs. Ranzel W. Riversof Bermuda FREE ESTIMATESCALL
from which he plans to
o Melrose. Mrs. Nell S. Regan of Keystone Heights. recently
a make hay. We
stopped at one of
Melrose. Joe Raiford Reddish of graduated from the 101st ,Airborne those
Raiford Mrs. Lois T. Nix, Michael I Division's jump School at ed the round door silos and J. V. open- OR WRITE
said. "It
-7"-. Brokes of Keystone Heights Mary Fort Campbell Ky., He receivedhis sure
urns Frances Sickler of me feel good to have almost -
Melrose Joseph
parachutist wings after com- DAY OR NIGHT
Adam Sickler of Melrose. Anuette pleting the twoweeks'course a full com bin after the
to prove Mercury the hard winter we had.:'
Harper Archie William
Yeomansof which included five training OR
Melrose and Martin L. Mc- jumps. 45 333
DanieL The ,18year-old soldier enteredthe MeritScholarship
Performance Champion for 1958'OUTPERFORMS Also Thomas Columbus Round- Army in Oct. 1957 and com- Exams
tree of Hawthorne Mrs. Bertie
pleted basic training at Fort
V Frances Austin of Lake Geneva, Bragg N. C. He graduated from Are Given HereThe

EVERY CAR IN AMERICA REGARDLESS OF PRICE! Randall Sheldon Martin Mrs. BHS in 1957.
Inez Louden of Interlachen. John National Merit Scholarship STARKE BUILDERS
.The one factor that counts most in automobile performance is power-per-pound. Patrick Casey Bronson. Sawyer Examination was held April 29 at
with to 83.08-hp thousand pounds dominates any other full- Crews.' Bradford High School
And Mercury up per Rutladge of Lake Geneva William and schools
sized cart! Even in horsepower alone .Mercury's .360hp V-8 surpasses every car, Thomas Gill. Marvin Phelps Car- Colored Admissions all over the nation.

except one costing almost $1000 more. Yet there's no sacrifice in economy. Cool-Power son of Earlton Beach and Eddie Deborah Anne Rowe of Lawtey The exam open to all Juniors INC.

en amine deign delivers: more power from less gas. But make us prove Mercury is L. Cox. Evelyn M. Henderson of Hawthorne consists of 306 questions covering SUPPLIES

ronnance.hampion for 't 8. Take a 10-rainute road test today. Also Mrs. Betty Jane McKinney,! Ruth Ester Hines Na- Social Studies Use of the English

Mrs. Ella Mae Wadsworth of thaniel Smith of Maxvffle and Language Vocabulary, Mathematics -

Melrose. Mrs. Frances A, Hurstof Alene Bryant of Florahome. and Natural Science. After 5 P.M. Call Eston Jordan '340e W

McGRIFF MERCURY MOTORS Melrose. Christine Emily Frisbee About 30 local students took the

of Middleburg. Sandra Kay THE RIGHT POINT for the exam along with 260,000 around AT S.A.L. DEPOT STARKE, FLA.

Huggins Mrs. Alma Faye P avy. way yon write. Come In and select the nation of which twotenthsof

Phone 447 Starke, Florida Court & Jefferson SU. Mrs. Irma Cain of Graham Edgar your favorite ESTERBKOOK one percent will receive schol-

William Wilkinson and R. C. Fountain Pen. ,TELEGRAPH. arships. .- .

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.i.l. I' WSCS, Officers Home Pemohstiation' M ffib ,s Applications Open Student. Council FFA String Band

I Are Elected; ne/ttf m0rrjfration," .N\trnlJe"\ \l1 t\11tbp) .1 Wins,First! Place \

Chairmen Named Given Pins Eor Ten Years Service 'At"I' jirooicer... fl! ,-r..... Elections HeldThe In District MeetThe

I \.tv:. r.1U! _" ,1-W, ; -'rT :( '> j.' : :.;'''''-Y f e A t tSrooker
At the April Meeting of the '- -- -,. 'T" .'. .--' .- T't Persons wishing to take an students of Bradford High Starke chapter FFA string
Methodist WSCS the following officers i 1 I II examination for! the position of i go to the polls today to elect student band won first pla e at the liis-

were elected for the year postmaster',Brooker have-until I' council officers for next trict Three contest held in the

.lidyii, Moot 1958.59: II May 1.27-to: file',fue l"-apl iCa tions, : jear.I USO building last Friday.
-- President, :Mrs. Titus Olson; I Running for president are The boys will compete for state
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vice-president, Mrs. C. U. WIlliams i.I Franklin Ritch, Ray Maxwell, honors at the :State: Convention In

May :Breakfast Junior 'ClubInstalls ; secretary Mrs. C. :S.: Had- I I Applicants'has' announced.for the postmaster't.' Henry Hall and George fatten.i Daytona Beach next" month.

dock; treasurer Mrs., John To- i Candidates for vice president Members of the and are Jimmfe -
At Woman's Club vacancy at Brooker- must :showthattheyarldealwtth
Officers lode; secy. promotion, Mrs. J. K.McComb .I i include Barbara Bates, Armond Clark, electric guItar: Ralph
Wednesday NoonThe Monday Night ;, secy. :Missionary Education !: -I '- I I : pub- } Rivers_and John Green. Martin. electric guitar; James
( lid agreeably t and-'effectively, and
: ti
:Mrs. E. D. Widegren; :Secy.: # jj. + 1 Frank Williams is unopposedfor Cowart mandolin: Lamar Tyler
t. 4 : reliable' citizens
that the'lJre)
May Breakfast, an outstanding -i Mrs. Judd Chapman, of Tallahassee Christian Social Relations, Mrs. "i : secretary.I rhythm guitar; and Edward Kn-
who weed command irespect! and
'event of the club year or State Chairman of Juniors Lloyd Hedgecock; Secy student:: trtt I I year's officers were Mike dicott. bass fiddle.

the Starke Woman's Club, will'be: was guest speaker and con- Work, Mrs. G. S. Newcomb; Secy. .. confidence ofpatrons.: They must Goldwire, president; Kudolph Santa Fe placed second with
alra I Show that,their
held,Wednesday noon May 14, at I'' aucted the installat of new officers 1 Youth Work, irs. J. R. Wam-I background Hutchison vice president; and Melrose third and Branford
will enable them, to maintain
12 'o'clcok noon in the club house.i at the Junior"Woman's Club :I wright; Secy. Children's Work, ]I i i Frank Williams, secretary. fourth.
There will be short business I simple records lof accounts-! r1 I I winners included Branford -
a j meeting Monday night. I Mrs.: L. K. Whitehead; Secy. Spir1 V Other
meeting in the Method'st fellowship -I Those installed were: Miss Het- 1 itual Life, Mrs. W. G. Haile; Secy.I I.r'! 'tI thati has..gtven, them a knowledge I District Governor Chapter for harmonica, J, F.

,Hall preceding the breakfast. ty Jane Morgan, president; Mrs.'I Literature and Publications, Mrs.II II I ( 'postaliJrocedures.i |I I Williams of Live Oak for sweetheart
Members are asked to attend this I Randal F. Chitty, vice president; L. D. Green: Secy. Supply Work,I ,Applicants:must,take'1i written ,, Visits Lions Club Santa Fe for quartet "Bun-

session.' I Mrs. Drew. Reddish, recording Mrs. Eston Jordan; Secy. :Status: testi-Those-who-pass-wttl be assigned I( nell for public speaking. Haw

Mrs. C. M. Washburn of Tampa -I I secretary; Mrs. II.C. Hinson" Jr., of Women, Mrs. L. D. Vining. -T full ratings on the basisof I District Governor Will H. Was- thorne for parliamentary proce-

State President of the !
Federated Woman's Clubs will be I L. B. Register, treasurer. I L. Matthews; ,Circle. 2, MrsO.L. u- :i ability, and character. I Starke Lions Club dinner meeting horseshoes, Palatka for tractor

:fioncred guest and will install new Gifts were presented to the outgoing -: Haynes!; Sr.; Circle 3, .Mrs.: There is a one-year residence requirement -I last Thursday night praising, driving, and Crescent City for

officers. Past presidents of the i 'offic rs and to Mrs. Hogan !' Bertha -Pearce; Circle 4, Mrs. 7., I and applicants must the work of the local organization.especially Softball.

club will also be honored at the Smith, club sponsor for the past,i: Jack Clement. "Today's Home Builds Tomor-> teaching and preserving values of] have reached their 18th birthdayon I in their vast aid to the

breakfast.An I two years, by Mrs. Vernon SiTcbx, Chm. membership. Mrs. L. A. row's World"i is the theme fori individual freedom ;and responsi- the closing date for receipt of blind. be Bobby Norman
unusual program, "Memories hospitality chairm n. Lovely I Davis; hm. publicity, Mrs. Drew National Home Demonstration bility. applications. Persons over 70 Lions members who
of a May Morning." in the form I sages were presented to cor.1. Reddish? chm..flowers, Mrs. W. t!;. Week now being celebrated. Home' demonstration membersin years of age may'not be appoint- travelling, to the state include conventionin Ur. Places ThirdIn

of a skit' will be' put on by members -I Chapman and the new officers. Middleto pianist,. Mrs. J* J. More than 33,000 Home Demon the picture were presented pins ed. Sarasota May 17-20
of the Little Women's Cluband I During the business meeting, I Green Chairman; committee on stration Club women, and 4-H and certificates for-,10 ,or more Complete information about and Mrs. S. 'R. Marco, Mr. and SCD ContestBobby

two youngsters. The music I Mrs. Randal Chilly reported on nominations, ,Mrs. Foster, Shi girls in Florida join with six and continuous years of membershipand the examination requirements and Mrs. C. W. Colson, W. J. :Studstill: Norman, son of Mr and
i and
is under the direction of Mrs. the recent State Convention held Smith. one half million other club mem- achievement. After I a lapse instructions, for filing applica- Maurice Wingate and Mr. :)Irs. Truman Norman, placed

Lloyd *Green. Mrs. Foster :Slit: in St. Petersburg which she t and bers throughout the nation in of,(several years without home tions may be obtained at the :Mrs.-Harry Elrod. I third in the Soil Conservation District -
Smith fourth vice-president and lorode attended. this event. Brooker post office.. :Mr. Elrod is slated to be elect-
Mrs. John A. demonstration work, .the programwas Application Area Speaking Contest held
Mrs. Dave Paulk, local chairman, By-laws revisions were: read and FFA Banquet Home, demonstration. work 'is again instituted in the coun- forms must be filed with the U.! ed Governor of this district due in Ocala Tuesday afternoon. The

are in'charge 01 arrangements tor I, vill be voted on at the September -. In Cafeteria an educational program plannedby ty in, 1947 with Miss Madge S. Civil Service commission'l''I to the lack of opposition. subject was Conserve Florida's

the breakfast meeting. the homemakers and conducted Whigham, now ,Mrs....Joe McDonald :Washington, 25, D. Soil and Water Resources for-the
Reservations must be made before There will be no business meetings : Friday Evening cooperatively by the Extension as agent. The present agent be received or postmarked not ,': First Four Months Future.

Monday evening May 12, by 'of the club until September; 'The annual Future Farmers of Service of the U. S. Department is,Miss. Dorothy,Ross. later than the closing date. Bring Rainfall Representing Bradford Soil Con-
H. but socials will be held' in.'June, of Agriculture, the land-grant met
catting. Mrs. J. DuPre phone America Parent and 'son ,banquet Miss Helen Holstein, district. servation District, Bobby
75. July, and August. will be held Friday night, cOlleges and county governments. home demonstration agent pre Lawtey CouncilTo Of 15.75hiches keen competition from seven other
v the social hour refreshments The I home demonstration agent r is 11th
During contestants. He an grade
9 at 7:30 o'clock the ,
May : high
Sunshine Class were served by Mrs// Harry school! cafeteria. Around 300 in. addition to, working with women -. sented awards to: Mrs. Rosa Pin- Let WelfareUse Starke has received 15.75 inchesof student at BHS.GREETINGS.

,I Rabb, Mrs. Don Kokomoor Mrs.; members,. parents, teachers, and in organized groups, assists' holster' Mrs A. H. Harley, Sr., City*Hall' rain so far this year accordingto

Enjoys$ Lake Outing I Warren Winkler,,'}Irs. Jack Griffin I,friends, ofthe Bradford and homemakers through home visits, Mrs..T. N. Norman Mrs. -T. W. the local weather station at tI

Miss Barbara Spencerand" demonstrations, bulletins, etc. Markey, Mrs. Paul Dinkins, Sr., The Lawtey City Council voted, the power plant.
I Starke FFA chapters "expected -
I -'are
Membes of the Young Women'sSunshine R. S. Mu ins. Through this at their- regular the wettest with
Mrs. to attend. program, families Mrs. E. L. Cox Mrs., Lawrence meeting Monday March was
Class of the Madison flowers were used on thspeaker's Improve their night. to allow the Welfare with 4.32 and
Spring I- William Haas, district soil conservationist homes by applying Wiggins, Mrs. Effie Miner, Miss Department 5.20 April followed
Street Baptist Church, their hus- table and in the dining the the of the back with 3.28,
will be the main latest information developedby Rosa Moore, Mrs. Felix Sapp, and use loom then came February
bands and guests were entertained room on the'buffet serving table; 'I speaker anti officials of the ':State: home economic research. The Mrs. -J. R. Kelly. Not picturedare of City Hall. Mrs. Carol Nicholsof ''and January's 2.95.

Friday afternoon and evening Department of Vocational ,Agri goal is to help homemakers to : Mrs; H.: C. Wainwright, Mrs. the Welfare Dept. presentedthe April 22 saw the most rain fall

May 2, at the Hampton Lake"cot- Jaycee Dance culture will be on hand to present enjoy a more satisfying family Lottie Edwards, Mrs. Tim Rogers, need for a place to interview I'in the shortest period of time

sage of Mr. and Mrs.c Freeman a trophy to the Starke chapter for' and community life. It emphasizes Mrs. Dave Green, and Mrs: Eldon clients in Lawtey? Motion to use !1.13 inches in three hours between -

Register Jr.Swimming. Well Attended_ having the highest ,indiVidual the importance of the hometjin I Sapp. the room for that, purpose was:i 8 a. m. and 11 a. m. I

boating, and fish- v"t. 200' guests en- team score in livestock judging at made ,by Councilman Moore and, The hottest day so far this
Approximately I
ing wel"e:1 enjoyed in the after tire-Bradford Jaycee the State Fair. A number of hon- I seconded by Councilman Kemp. year was April 25 when the local
noon, after which a ,hamburger joyed dance *>heW ,Saturday evening 'in crary memberships in the chapterswill I Breakfast "With Gandhi Chairman Dave :Shuford: ap. thermometer pushed up to 93
was served to the S8 persons : pointed; a. committee of Council- degrees.
'supper present 1 :'.' ..the 'USO buflding.ii .; also be presented. I r I _..-, ,__:,--_ .!'___ _'__ ____ ____ ro' --_y- l' ,- "H: _-=- _____ men Kemp, Reddish and Moore to
The"&uditonwrI"as gayly dec- :Music will be provided by the
have the room in
; put proper con
Starke String Band
Garden Club NoticeThe fend orated with multi-colored streamers.balloons Tom- which won chapter's, tne fl-stnct championship -I ) ,dition.; Ie J
crepe paper Another .
to tne
last week, and by the fte- t R
my Carroll's and Larry Harts- -
Starke Garden Club will Hrad-I attention of Council by O. J. Anders '
field's orchestra from Jacksonville ford Chapter Quartett : j : HELLO f
have a called meeting Monday furnished the music. Rudolph Sapp' i>iideht- the I was ,concerned, with trees on LSTARKE FLA.J
evening. May 12. at 7:30: o'clock the right of way that were, in
Bradford Chapter, will 'serve as
The realized around I .
organization .
at"the home of Mrs. Ewell Lawson dangerous condition.. It was voted -I FriTSat.: May'9 I 10' HOWDY DO! |J.
$100 profit. master 'of cermonles. 4 : ( ,
245 N. Water street, to.nominate -, I to give property owners permission DOUBLE FEATURE

new officers. All members to remove the trees on GLAD TO :MEET\ 11 .
are',asked to be present.: Dana Marie ,MaysIs Woman's Club 4tk the condition that they be cut in I
lengths small enough to be loaded ;! Ann Baxter, Jeff Chandler, Rosy

Senior MothersTo Party HonoreeMrs. Sets- -Business"!.Meet. by one man If the city was askedto I Calhoun NICE FOLKS [' /

Dannitte H.; Mays Jr. en- The May business meeting of .1 remove debris. AND

Meet TuesdayThe tertained at a delightful birthday the Starke Woman'a Club,.will .beheld : 'James Bloodworth'of'the :Starke: SPOOK CHASERS LIKE ,YOU. f.f -

party Thursday afternoon May I, Wednesday .morning, May Recreation Board spoke to the 1 Huntz Hall and the Buttery Bojs
Senior Class Mothers Club Dana Mane, I 14 at. 11 o'clock in UwJdethodist I Council on a program for countywide 'PlUSP
for her daughter, yki 'ial Chap. 9, and Color
will meet at 8 p. m. Tuesday, May old. Fellowship Hall, preceding the recreation. !! : I Mv i is the I.iHI I..
who was six years Cartoon. _name____n __ ____ ____.._
13, in the Methodist Recreation The 35 little guests enjoyed refreshments .'May Breakfast,which being held The' present town budget includes -;i I i "

;''Hall. All members are urged to be of ice cream and cake at noon.in the club house. '$500 for recreation and it SUN., MON., TUBS. Plumber and I make my

1 present. and were given balloon favors. I I I '_ _ ) ,t '., .' : :___ was agreed to get an estimate ot May 11, 12, 13 home at Gnann: PlumbingCo.
assisted the cost of finishing work already DOUBLE FEATURE
Mrs. J. CvLauramore .4 on North' Court 'Street
,Rec tBirths ( one on the old market platform
Mrs. Mays. ". ,- : ; f-9 :: so that it coula be used for meet- Kelly And Me i in Starke.

rThe Bradford County Hospital __ ; __ ings and for skating Van Johnson, Piper Laurie

MacBlains' Hosts announces the following births: .:: AND

To St. 'Marks VestryRev. ,Mr. and Mrs. Chai33 r..N'jx of .7 THE VIRGINIANJoel I'll be seeing you each
SPECIALS' 1 'Raintree
Statk a sdn. May-5J.: County'To
I McCrea, Brian Donle\' week in the advertising
: .Mr. and Mrs: Ronald Buttnck -UT y
'and MrS:. ,R. E. ''MacBlainwere ; Open SundayAt Plus Color Cartoon for Children
Ronald Buttnck
of Starke, a son, columns of the Bradford
hosts at a lovely buffet sup I '-T-Tj i
OUTSIDE BIN YL-X : Jr.,1.by'3. Florida Theatre
last Thursday evening at their County Telegraph, so
per fl Mr. and Mrs. Guy Starling of Wed, Thurs. May 14 15
home on E. sooth street for the j i An almost forgotten bit of watch timely tips in
Starke, a son, Guy Glathen May DOUBLE FEATURE my
: -
%WHITE PAINT nine members of,St. Mark's Epis' 3. frontier folklore, the myth about The rhyme.
Night RunnerRay
cepal Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Phillips of the Golden Raintree, is the theme
'The MacBlain home. was lovely daughter Elizabeth I 1' Miss Clara Leaman' of the dramatic film coming to Danton, lOolleen: Miller
Starke a ;
for the occasion with arrangements .* the Florida And
Theatre this
$$5 per galFor of amaryllis, and fern Sue,.May 6. A clay cup and saucer which If she does not like it, train her with Elizabeth Taylor, Montgomery Sunday- Tip On A Dead Any time you need my services -

placed at vantage points through- filled with rose petals, was givento to give. When she gives, encourage -: Chit, and Eva Marie :Saint: in Jockey just phone 514-J.

MASONRY or STUCCO Fritz Pellum her. by Mahatma Gandhi, is a her to give mOr .'. starring roles.Adapted Robert Taylor; Dorothy :Malone:

out.Mrs.. C.' V. Ingleright assisted Makes';OutstandingRecord cherished possession of Miss Clara "Many gifts were brought to from the best-selling Plus Color Cartoon

Mrs. MacBlain In serving. Leaman. Gandhi while we were there. 'Among novel, "Raintree County," the

,At. UorTFrederick1 Retired after 27 years as a missionary them flowers and a clay production has a Civil War settingand ,

PAINT BRUSHES St. Edwards Altar .. in India 'With a Lutheran set. Gandhi said/'We. will turn is said to be MGM's costliest .:
| T. (Fritz)) Pellum, a mission Miss Leaman. present- these into gold, offered, him 10 picture in the company's domestic '

Society MeetsSL graduate of Bradford High School substituting for Mrs., Marion I rupees for a rose, but he said the history. It is the first movie to

% and now a freshman at the ,University Howe ,in the Chamber of Commerce petals were falling off and.hand ,be filmed in MGM Camera 65.: a I 4-Piece Reed Cane Porch Set
Altar Society metfd'r 'I
|10 "Restaurant: _of Florida his been initiated ,office.It ed me a cup and saucer filled revolutionary new process which
dinner at Barry's' I
ilitophi: Eta Sigma, fresh. was during her service in : with rose petals.] brings new ,beauty to color fIlms.

Tuesday evening for their installa:I man 'scholastic honor society, on Mature, India, where she was I, "That's the i story of how I got Elizabeth Taylor's role in Rain- ..,

: ; tion of officers. Father X. Linne.' I the basis ,of his record of ,a manager ,of a girl's i school, that i the cup from Gandhi, and it will tree County won her an academy :
: .
of h l1or. .
'k ban was a guest I Straight A average during the Miss Leaman had her interview always be a cherished possession.:." award nomination. She is seen asa :

!! Mrs. Mike t3ilhooly'installed the first 'semester. with Gandhi. She tells the story: i I The sail that-..Miss Leaman is scheming Southern belle who
I Isd officers: president. Mrs. Mrs. K.J. -
following I In a'letter received by "While on furlough in the wearing' in the picture is made of takes Montgomery Clift away
? Henry Stefanelli, vice'president, week, Wayne I
; Pellum this fJ. United States during 1928 many over six yards' of material. She from Eva Marie Saint. Her life
Mrs. Ogden Bates m. secretary the University, ,
RItz; president of people asked me about Mahatma demonstrated. the method of putting ends in tragedy, but only after
Mrs. J. A. Wallace, treasurer, said: "We are particularly proudof Gandhi. I had never met him and ,I on the costume, which is a she has brought the story to a
Jewett Fogg.: it is extremely
Mrs. Frederick because could not answer their questions, : lcng piece of jnatenaL You hold teriffic climax with a last des-

difficult to attain this but I .d determined try to ses one end in the left hand, wrap it perate attempt to find the mythical -

Wesleyan Service level during the freshman year in him when I returned. around from the back; pick up FTaintree and its promise of:

Guild To Meet. 1 college.' By this achievement he ...Fortunately I read in the paper another, part and knot it; ,tightlyin happiness for her husband. '
demonstrated the capacity liJILII tt 'imiu
'I has .
that Mr. Ganhdi was to come to front. Then a series of wide
for real accomplishment -
Wesleyan Service Guilds. Units I and the preparation cur section in December to.Braise : pleats are formed and the top )'__

I 1 and 2, will meet jointly Tuesday: in college. funds for the untouchables. I requested tucked in over the knot..The long't'nd Doctor's Request

\ evening at 7:30' o'clock in the. an interview and was I of the material is draped Delays CaseIn

Methodist Church sanctuary for Lawtey InfantHurt granted ,one for five minutes at 'over the left shoulder with more I

their installation of officers and five o'clock'm the morning. I| pleats,to make it fit, and pinned. Mayor's CourtMayor's

pledge service. Mrs. C. D.' Williams By Tractor "I waited in the room where I The material left can be 'draped
of the Methodist around the head or the right court was held on Monday -
the baseball is president Bill Patrick ofLawtey injured Gandhi was to have breakfast. (Similar to Illustration
park just Of- I I shoulder. morning instead of the usual )
WSCS, will be the installing last The floor was covered with I
daughter rugs
ntrt door. 5R. his one-year-old
i 4 session because of the
Another costume which she has p.m. part
.. fic
S r. afternoon'when he ran I and na.ts. There, was a mattress
\ Saturday I is one worn by the Lambadi day high school students were acting -
ronthe gyps-
L. Batten floor and pillows made Into 4
'with tractor after
c: Into -a ies..It.is made mostly.of'strips of! as city officials. 4 1 SETTEE 16.95 +
Phi back and for GandhI -
Beta Sigma swerving to avoid some dogs. arm jest bright-colored Trial of the accident case in 4

USEJ The girl, .V reanse, reportedlywas A large crowd came in. There i i terial'.embroidered, hard-woven with ma, which Carl Rountree of Dawson, 4 4 1 TUB CHAIR
together 8.95
& J'S The Beta Sigma Phi sororitywill playing in the yard of their were chairs_ at one end of the millions, stitches.' I Ga. was involved last week was 4 -
have their pledge txlinner farm home' threemiles west t>f room, but no one used them. I
postponed for three weeks by request 41
Monday evening at 7 o'clock at the State Farm road I was the only American, and whenGandhicame .(F Both_ thebodi and Jhe f uli of Rountree's 1 LADY ROCKER 9.95
MODERNIZATIONPLAN. Lawtey :on: skirt have : doctor.
i small of mirrors
l the Garden Restaurant. # : and ran into the moving machine in he looked at mej 1'buttonholed! I Only cases to be tried were
I and sahi 'Who is this?' When | in a design resembling 1 COCKTAIL TABLE 12.95
as it swerved.-v .. : the sun's riys. against Arnold Clyde Brown tor
Brownies To MeetThe Latest reports indicate the child they told.him lie motioned me to These, gypsieswear public intoxication and possessionof S
Easy Financing sit at his left side. I never,had a I as mucje'A'elry as 'they can
all"rlght"arte'r suffering
will be ; afford which 'sometimes moonshine. He was found
NO DOWN PAYMENT Brownie Scouts will meet head injuries. chance to interview .him, because eight to ten pounds. weighs guilty on both charges and fined I

Tuesday afternoon May 13, at he asked so many questions about $27 on the first and $77 on the 48.8OI
F.H.A. Title 1 Loans ate work. Speaking of her many years as
3:30: o'clock at the home of their our I latter and put on probation for bo
Starke301vMotel missionary inIndia, Miss Lea-
5 Interest leader; Mrs: J. D. Warren, 321 N. "He was served hot milk by Mira <* days.
man said:- I love the country, the
Myrtle ave. Sold To Garners Bi Miss Slade; his English .secretary -,work and the people." Three defendants forfeited bond I

1' .-" rr ':' IL:,- : ]. When Miss Slade :was out by not appearing. One chargefor
viethodistWomenTi Mr. and Mrs. Albert F. Garner of the room, I took .3andhi's I exceeding the speed limit in

-? I 1',. have purchased the. Starke' SOI empty' cup and later natives told' I a 35 mile zone was against A.

IJIU Circle 4 of the Methodist WSCS Motel)north,of the city for a.reported m :I would be greatly blessed be- WANTED Clean Cotton Rags, : Talis. Bond of $27 was forfeited. I: HART _URNITURE Cu

will have its regular monthly 70000.00 from the York I cause! had.served Gandhi. The two other cases forfeiting!I
at the home of Mrs. Carl No, Ants No Shirts, Must Be ,
QUALITY 4 SfRVICEPhtnc meeting Manufacturing and Building Corporation .I "While-we-weve there,,-a mother bond were for running red lights'
Lamar Johns, 1004 Madison St. on of Orlando.. in with her tor which Bertha' \L j
came young child. Clean.Bradford: Kd and PHONE 80 STAItKE-
3 Tuesday"May 13, at 8 pin, }aus. The Garn r's have managed the CoUI ti Tab'-- FIJI, .
Gandhi took: the child and said Dennis Palmer each had I
CAU ST HARKI, HA:, A paul ..
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J. A. Lee is co-hostess. j motel lot sometime I --_:: .
-- n -- to the mother Teach her to give. graph. ,bond of $12. J :7

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- _. .--v,_. ._. _. .- '---'.' Dr. James E. Moselgy. of.Treze*. um fIllIttrOL a r. a.1 Ll".rIUlla.: Undenmuth Defendant': .y j. we. re'!T
Rofarians'Frisk' Prison Officer I lase No.. lU--I of your answer, (>T pleat., to the
t vant Twin is, staying: with his flY_ you write. Corae 19 and,. *e- Notice' To.Appear.T complaint nn fie Plairtilf s Aitor

ilteiM s, 1;. H. Adams, ahd .. I flit-yutu'. favorite LSTEUBUOOhIVn : Fiancio: :, indtomuth. whore ney A. / Thomas.: Jr., t\t.: : 4e.ip'eAvenue
,.. Starke Florida
residence and address i 110: K. K D.No.
family until his family joins him I "'onntsan TW1 MiRAPU. 1; Front Royal, Va.", and file the orfgina1 In fie: office
when school is out. Dr. Moseleyis You are, hereby notified that a of the Clerk of.the Circuit,Court on
txr NOTICE TOFIN Q, suit for divorce and restoration er before* the 3 dajr. of. June 1IIall;
physician at the State,Prison. } "
t !. drruil I Murl. llraalurd taanlTFloridI of maiden name otherwise the allegations, of said
Mr. and Mrs. W.. T. Shiver, of .l". '"I1't'I I hast been filed! against' you in, the Complaint: U be taken, as confess
IN THE NEWS And'pv WnrxK Plaintiff vs. Edward .: above' named Court and cause and ed by you.
Jennings, were weekend guests
Woods Defendant you are required to serve a copy, of This notice shall tie. publishedonce \
of. Mr. and, Mrs. M. H: Lang r e Case XO, 12-535: your answer, or .pleading: to thecomplaint. each week for four consecutive -
I: e a Voile 'I''%r"'_"r Plaintiffs, weeks ia the Bradford County
.... _,_, .. ,... _._ .. Mr. and Mrs. B: F. Grimes and on the .
III u. I- '_ .IId. .., "0 T : Edward. Woods, whose residence Attorney A, J. ThOmas. Jr., Z03 Tflf'graph.fiatI'd'
son, of, Gainesville were Saturday and address is: Unknown. Temple Ave Starke. Florida. this 7 day of May. 1938
Mrs. J., B. Drennan of Colum- Mrs. R. A. Thcmas will have as evening supper guests of Mr. and C rNt You are hereby notified that a and file the original in the ottlce (OFFICIAL SEAL
suit for divorce custodY of the Clerk of the Circuit Court RPY
bia: S. C. arrived Wednesday tot Mother's Day guests Mr. and'Mrs. :, Mrs. E.: E. Lewis. control of, minor children 'on.. or, before the 9 day of June. I' Cleric of the circuit Court.
a month's visit with her scn-in- Charles Fowler of' Winter Park Mrs. Dolly Sullivan has movedto : has. been filed against you in, D6a! : othr ti th. ahove-: named Court and cause) said Complaint will be taken as 5-s 4t II -:'
law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. S and Mr. andMrs.; R. L. C. Thomas Jacksonville and !is living with I 5 t I and you are required, to serve a confessed! by you. I _
Claude Crowson.H. and children of Wildwood. her sister; Miss Pat Lamb. :j i copy 'of your- answeror pleading' : This notice shall be published LEGAL OTirR
m in*, complaint, on,.the piaintiUs: nm-e! each week for four consecutive I Sealed bids will be received' in
A. Lawson sire:'t Tlar. ,:;;ito Mr.. and Mrs, G. L. Farber have Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lance AttorneyE. ,-weks.In.. tie. Br !lf.fd. County; the office of the fastness Manager,
Sunday visi'i:1g 1.:t-. and purchased the. William Norris and sons of St. Simons Island are K. Ferryman tarke, Florida Telegraph. Florida State Prison. Raifora fc'ior-
.> in t iu Hit. ..(ice iMhf Dated this 3 day of May ISaS! ida, up to and not later than 10UlI:
relatives in Aub.ll: :1a"aJ.?, _Krl'E.-! :, home at 384 N. Cherry Street spending a. few days with Mr. | in "'....1< ..' .>,!.( e-'-mitt I ""lir* .. fOPFIPIAI. SPAL) A.M May 21 ISM. for construction
and, Miami. and plan to move there next week. and Mrs. M. W Lance. 1 1 4"n or before the t day' of June Charles A. Darbv materials necessary for building

Mr and Mrs. L. A. C'.v':. l'-- I Mr. and Mrs. Richard Smith Enjoy a. good book from the said 1958; Compaint otherwise WP the*, allegations h.. fakir, -of; Marian Clerkf U, Crosby.the+D f1rcn'iwtv r Clerk"nrRy + State recreation Prison.facilities Bids. must at Florida b oon

turned I Tuesday from a, week's and sen of Jacksonville were Rental Library. at B Uinit n's. 5-X 4t 5-29: forms secured from the Business
i This notice b4, publishedrnu' Manager's office, Florida Mate
pleasure trip down the East Coast weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ip TF shall e ii>efiitivfwetkii Prison. 5.7 2t .H
I .
and over to Tampa and Cedar Shi Smith. Rev. and M's. Morris Brack- rr. In the Bradford. County Tele In ('I'""'rICH" Court TO Bradford DEFEND County.FforHat ,
I Hallmark Mother's Cards and Zacha'rias cf graph In Chnneerr.V. .
Key.Mrs. Day man IDS. ,Lake Dated this 5 day of May 195S. \OT\cr
I Ktii'dy f '- i;. Dellmeer, Plaintiff, vs. Kdna Notice It hereby' gUen that 1, Kf-:
J. C. Warren
of Glenville. at BuHington's .lp< lt Butler were Sunday afternoon (OFFICIAL SEAL) Defendant.
; Dellinger. fie Carter, who was convicted in
Ga., were weekend guests of Mr. Mrs. Delyne Chapman,, State visitors cf Mr. and Mrs. E.; P, Lee. Rotarian Jack Traukk. left, Buddy Bishop. ,relieve State I CHARLES of A.the DARLT.flerk Circuit. Court. Cast No. 12.539Velee : the Circuit Court of Bradford

and.Mrs. C. H. Quick. Junior Woman's Club Director.of Mr/ and Mrs. Ervin Andrews Prison official, I. L. Creel of blackjack,and knife-loaded pipe stem at By. Marian L. Crosby Deputy. ClerSa k : Edna'fA .%p"r.To Dellinsrer< whose reside County 4)Florida term aa thereof.i fire winter A.D. "(December a'1,

Mr. and, Mrs. W. H., Nollman Tallahassee and her mother Mrs. and son of New Smyrna Beach 'demonstration, of concealed weapons at. Rotary Club meeting lastweek. I 4t 4-2:9 nee. and,address! 1,,: 20a l'lalnview of the offense. of Aggjavated.ts

spent Thursday to Monday visiting I Moore were Monday, overnight spent the- weekend with their The program was staged-by Sheriff P. D. Reddish (r'ght; ), I XOT1r.F-T.O DRFKMJIII : Read You, Charlotte are hereby, N. notified C. that a eta sault$1500no ne. and or one sentenced year imprisonment theretor

Mr. and, Mrs., W. B. Boyd: in :guests of Dr. and Mrs Seymour narentx.----. -Mr-, -and- -Mrs--:. Dave--. -Paulk- Ctrenlt ('.mrt. flrniUord Ceuaty, suit for divorce and support of will apply far clemency to
In,St.. Petersburg and Sebring on Marco following the Junior Woman's and Mr and Mrs. R. R; Andrews.Mr. : Florida t In Chanfery.; minor children the State Board of Pardons. Talla
I Funeral" Tuesday Nursing Course, Ruth Llndenmuth. 1'laintiff, vs liar been filed against you In the hassee.. Florida.. at. its. ,next regular
business. Club meeting at which : ahd-Mrs. J. S. Dansby and above -named Court- and cause and meeting," **
Mrs. Ethel Roberts and familyof Mrs. Chapman was the installing family of Perry were visiting Mr. For: A, T. Dempsey,

Vestal N. Y. were visiting Mr. officer. and Mrs. R. O. Dansby on Sunday Local Motel OwnerAlfred To Be Sponsored

and Mrs. M. L. Lawson and family I Mrs. Olin Whit Sr. has, been *- .* *. 'f': .

Tuesday night. ,confined with the flu for the past : Miss Helen Reinoehl of Jack- Thomas Dempsey 70, ByBPWClub

Sgt. and Mrs. Jerry Lawson and week. sonville spent the first of the died at his home in Starke Sun- II

family of Orlando spent the week- Roddy Struth of Young-Harris week with Mr. and Mrs. E. M day morning, after an illness of. The Business and Professional RADIO GETS

end with his parents Mr. and College Ga. will be home for the ,Davis. several weeks. He was owner and :WmenWilI..sponsor Home? ; a Ked Cross J ,I HERE RESOLTS'
Nursing course to be held
Mrs., Ewell Lawson. weekend.
I Mrs. 0: L. Beasley and Mrs. J. operator cf the Dempsey Motelon I
Mrs. Patty Morningstar, of I. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Edwards W. Kincaid returned last Wed Temple Avenue. at the.USO Building beginning!

Atlanta is spending a few days returned to their home in Decatur, nesday from a ten-day visit with Born in Jasper on Oct. 12, Monday ,May 12, at 1:30 p.m.

with Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Mund Ga. Wednesday after several days Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe. in 1887; he was the son of, the-late two-hour The course sessions will run for seven-

orff. with Mr.,and Mrs..Drew.Reddish. Tampa. Richard and Alphia Griffis Dempsey and Thursdays.on consecutive.Mondays At tne. 1490 KCS THE STARKE! .STATION"wit1E
Inman Green Nelson Jones Mrs. N. B. Rosier. Jr. and family Mr. and Mrs. Charles Myers .
and was a member of the completion of the 14 hours those
Robbie Shaller and Richard Car- were visiting Mr. and Mrs. R and family of Jacksonville, were Church of God.Surviving taking the course will 'be a. emphasis on local news"CHUCK
ter of Shepherd's TV Service S. Johns in Lake Butler Tuesday. visiting.her. parents Mr. and Mrs. are. his wife Mrs. Red Cross nursing Certificate. DENT reporting

were guests of Gaddard's of Gainesville Mr and Mrs. H.;, A. Lawson hadas unius Smith, over the weekend. Mallie Miller Dempsey of Starke; Instructor for the course is Mrs.

on a deep,sea:fishing trip Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs.C. Randall, Davis, Buck Gill and two; sons, Thomas Clyde and
Pat,Voss, Red Cross Home
from Cedar Key on Wednesday. H. Register and son, Charles, Delano Thomas of South ,Georgia Richard: C. Dempsey both of Instructor, of Palatka. The.: STARKE WAKES UP 61Q: 9. A.M.

Miss Mary Katharine Wain- and Miss Sandra Daughtry of College were home for the weekend Tampa; four sisters, Mrs. Viola course is open to all women and News .-. Time -.Weather -- Special
wright celebrated her 16th birthday Tallahassee and Mr. and Mrs Willis, Jasper; Mrs. A. C. Mq- the fee is $2 for the complete

with a. small dinner party Rufus OSborne; Mrs. Dennis Mr.- and Mrs. Robert Pauly, Glew and Mrs. Lonnie Woods ,course. Features and Music

last Thursday evening Kellum and Miss'Lee Roach. of and family of Maumee. Ohio.were both of Lake City; Mrs. Mae Contact.Mrs, Marguerite Hall or: .-

Vernon Reddish returned' to Apopka. Saturday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Carter Jacksonville; and two Miss Florence Jennings or just beat '
his job with the Marines at Mar- Mr. and i Mrs. 'Dewey Warren: Don Champion.Mr. grandchildren. the USO on.May 12 at 7:30: ifyou CLIFF ROBERTS SHOW. 9 .am to 3 Dm

cus Hook Pat after three weeks and sons Statesboro, Ga. spent' and.Mrs, Charles Hutcheson Funeral services were held in are interested. ; News Weather Civic Announcement -
vacation. the weekend with Mr. and Mrs, have moved from the. Nollman the Church of God, Tuesday ,

Mr; and llrs.'N...D. WainwrightorHQ1ywaod..Flawere J. S, Sapp. apartments to 521 Pratt street. morning, at 11 o'clock, with Rev. Public Service and Music

} overnight Mrs. D.. M. Heath of- Fort Mr:'and Mrs: O. Abercrombie I. S. Williams officiating. Burial Funeral Services ,

guests Sunday of Mr. and. Mrs. Lauderdale. was,visiting_ her: par- and family of Jacksonville have was in the family plot in Evergreen ,For, Mrs.. FaudelIn TOP 35 ... 3 to 6
J: Rr: Wainwright: ents, Mr and Mrs. J. S. Sapp last rented the house at.614 N. Water Cemetery at Jasper. pm pm

Pvt. Raymond Stefanelll sailed week. street. Mr. Abercrombie is employed DeWitt C. Jones was in chargeof MinnesotaMaude News Weather Baseball:Scores -with,
Tuesday from Sheriff..and Mrs. P. D. Reddish at Farm Home Auto Supply
Savannah, Ga., fora arrangements. and
year's visited Mr and Mrs. Al Humph- Co; Haines Faudel, 70 of SAM ZACK and BOB FRANICLYN -
overseas duty at Bam-
berg. Germany. ries in Jacksonville- Tuesday., Mrs. H. E. Bradley spent the Final' Rites Starke Monday, died morning in a after local, a hospital brief : Bradford County's Tops in Pops!'

Mr. and Mrs.. Ned Yancey and Mr and; Mrs. R. C. Dampierhad first of the week in Orlando on
family will as Sunday dinner guests.Mr. business.' For Mrs. AustinIn illness.
spend the
with her mother, Mrs. J..P.weekend Stevens and Mrs. L. J. Moon Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. S. R, Johns and Jones ChapelMrs. Mrs_ Fa del, was born in-Rog TELEPHONE REQUEST 6:30 to 8 pm
ers,. Ark.. Dae. 4. 1887 and wasa
Jack Thrower Mr. and Mrs. Bill
in. Sanford. ; f the past week at
News Weather BradfordCounty's
Thrower and. grandchildren member of the First Christian _. : --- :
Mrs. Irene the Marion Walton cottage on
Roberts of Palatka. Frances Bertie KerseyAustin .
Gloria Thrower and Col. Max Church. favorites by and BOB FRANK-
will spend the Kingsley Lake. request -
weekend with her 71; of Lake Geneva, died Besides her husband Ernest A. ,
daughter. Thrower, all of Jacksonville, Mr. Mrs. H L. Brownlee returned
Mrs. Herbert ,
Thomas -
in Starke Sunday morning after LYN.
I Faudel she is survived by a
and Mrs.
EliLane and daughter ,
and family. Sunday from, seven weeks visit
a brief illness.
I daughter. Mrs. June Spies of St,
Kathy of, Baldwin. Mr. and Mrs. .
with her daughters Mrs. M. C.
Mrs. Austin was, born in Clay
F. W Varnedoe and daughter I Paul Minn..; a sen Ernest W.
Stith atFalls Church Va. and
LIVE BAIT County on July 22. 1886;, Har I Faudel of Round Lake 111., four
BOATS Mary Lou of Palatka, and Mr.
Miss Mary'Brownlee at Baltimore,,
parents were the late ''williamJackson brothers, Harry Haines, Alliance News Hour On The Hour
and Mrs J. D. Griffis and children. Md. I Every
COTTAGES and Frances Moodv Kersey
.. Nebr.:, Herbert Haines, Arcata
E. Z. Lee.
was slightly injuredwhen
.Mr. and Mrs. R. A, Lee of '
She was" member of Gad ra Calif*Fred
;- Haines; Grand JunctIOn
RUTLEDGE'S Struck by'a crane while 'on
Greenwich Conn visited Mr. and
Baptist Church.
Colo.; and Montie
1 AH.\ South of KeystoneOn the,job Tuesday at., theHighlandmine. Mrs- E.:.J.,Dowling last Thursday;: Besides her husband James S.: also.-of Grand Junction. Farris

: Route 100 After .receiving: emergency Mrs. Nita Dyal spent last weekin Austin of Lake Geneva, she is The' body was sent to St Paul, ,.
treatment' Starke. he was abl Gainesville with Mrs. Roy Mc- .
.. to return to work Wednesday.R. survived by three daughters Mrs,I Minn., where burial was i in Elm-
David. Estelle N'owicki of Jacksonville
; hurst
61 1r jCemetery.
C. [Pee Wee Dampier who :
Mr, and Mrs. Phil Turnure of
Mrs. Ailene Edwards Decatur! DeWitt., C. Jones Funeral home
has, been a patient'in the Lake Dunedin. were' weekend guests of Ga., and Mrs. Jeane Johnson cf in tari Only 3 Days
was )rarer of local arrange
Veterans $
City Hospital for the ,
Mr. and Mrs. Billy Dowling and ,
FloridalHEATRoE Sanford, N. C.; two sons, Clyde; mmts.I ,,
past four weeks spent the week
family Austin, Jacksonville and
end at home with his family;, .Mrs; Effie Johns,had:as Saturday Lester Austin Pittsburgh, Pa.; # /1 Left To Shop:
I Funeral
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Lewis and, evening dinner. guests Mrs. Monday
one. brother, Herman Kersey,
amily visited Mr. and Mrs. Russell Henry Carter and Mrs. RandolphCrosby Green Cove Springs; and four I For w. P; Smith r For Mother's
Carter and family: in Raiford, '' ,
of.: Maxville L. C. Smith
sisters, Mrs. Grace Norris, La'Crosse -
Sunday.. i, In Jones. Chapel
of Tampa, and George Baisden of ; Mrs. Kate Burnett of
Mr.. and Mrs: J. R.' Nixon'will. Jacksonville.Mrs. Gifts
I Tampa; Mrs. Lillie Baker. Day
"pend the weekend Adel Omega,I William Prestont Smith Jr. 56
Ga. ,
; S. J. Grady is still .
a pa _. .
Ga. and Mrs. .Tan__ _Ctainhnff____._ :
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SAT.. MAY 10 visiting Rev. and Mrs R. L. Mer- tient: in St. Vincent's Hospital Newark Ohio. u. U )iarKe, (lieu in a Jacksonville --r

BIG DOUBLE FEATURE riman. Jacksonville She wishes to thank Funeral services held in Hcspital q turday,after.noon 'after'an

Georgia Miss Pao College$ Beecher will spend of South-the letters her friends that have for the been cards sent to and her the.day DeWitt at 2 p. C.m.Jones with were Rev.Chapel Clarence Tues: He illness was of born several in St.weeks.Matthews' ", OUr-Store Is Loaded'\\Vith Gifts, at Jacksonville.. Pries!

AWl .
S. C.
weekend with Mr. and. Mrs. Carl during her confinement. on Oct 10,..1901, the son of,,
: LADDPRESTONNDU' L.. Johns. officiating. Burial was in the'late, William P. and Emma.

Mrs Theo Hammond of Winter the Kingsley Lake Cemetery. Wolfe Smith He had been
Final Rites: an ac-< A Few
IOUlIA .Pallbearers were Len Harris, Helpful Suggestions
Haven was visiting the Charles countant .in Starke for many Mom
MARSHALL-CRISP For Mrs. Rowan Thomas, Arthur .
Douglas and Eldon Hardy families Rhoden years, and was a member of the ,- L -- th'lnksv
A Monday evening; At New HopeMrs. Harmon Sibley Lane Sibley' and Methodist. Church.He .
Britt.Motel .
W8ISPEJlO/J Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Moseley of is survived by a sister, Mrs.. ; STEAK KNIVES; _

I Fort White were Tuesday visitorsof Minnie Crews Hazen 79, Felton W, Varnedoe of Palatka. ,

.. SIll8'.mvN Mr and Mrs.. W.,F. Herlong.. of Brooker died at the home of Group Hears Funeral- services were held in, SET OF SIX '-. """ F

Lamar Shaw:of South-Georgia her son in Ocala on Thursday Official Discuss the DeWit(..C.: Jones.Chapel i Mon-,
Q / M. College will be home for the week- May-1, after an extended: illness. day morning at 10 o'clock with '; Especially When It's

A Pirjmount ReReieaseParadise end,- She waS the widow' of.E. M. Haz Illegal l SignsR. Rev. Donald Kokop1oor officIating ; Special6.95 I:

New. Spring Imported Artificial .- N. Burial was.in., the family plot in !( Whitman's, Norris.or .
K en.Funeral Edgerton
Flowers. : -Roses Tulips Car services were conducted Commissionerof .Crosby, Lake Cemetery. -
the Florida Hole and Restaurant ; Hollings orthBeautifully
nations and Iris at Bullington's. in New Hope Baptist Churcn Commission Active pallbearers were Maxie .
was the *' -
AND Ip TF by Elder H. E.; Harris pastor. ciple speaker at the regular luncheon prin-- I I Carter Jr., R. C. Dampier. Carl. Electric Clock e. Toast 'Master Bored
Mrs. A. Z. Adkins has.returned Burial was in New Hope Cemetery Ritc) Palmer Williams, Billy
meeting of the Bradford Motor
from a three,weeks visit with her with Williams-Thomas Funeral NoegeJ. W..A. Bassent, Earl Goodman !
LagoonAll Court Association held Tuesday in Mix Master 6 Elec. Peculator and Gift Wrapped
son-in-law and daughter. and Home in charge of arrangements.Mrs. the Garden Restaurant.Mr. and Albert Newman. ,

Mrs.. B. A.. Pope, Jr.. and familyin Hazen was born in Brooker )
Edgerton stressed the importance \ Schaeffer & Parker Pen Pencil Sets FREE!
.' Star Cast Norfolk Va.. Her sister Mrs. I on Dec. 8,, 1878, the daughter of a Florida Statute con- Building. Permits

John Love .Wilkes, also returned of the late James and Virginia ..
Plus "Heir cerning illegal "
Restorer" Car- signs advertisinglow Total
$111 013
toon Tuesday after visiting her son-in- Harrell Crews. rates in various .
misleadingforms --- '
law and daughter Mr. and Mrs.F. Survivors include six sons, M. for motels. He emphasizedthat In Four Months t"i

H. Evans in Coral Gables for F. and Vasco Hazen of Starke, action will be taken to have Complete Line of All Leading Brands

SUN., MON.\ TUES. three weeks. Alph' A. Hazen Orlando, AubreyG. all such "gimmick" signs removedif I During the first four months "J

May\ 11, 12, 13 Mr. and Mrs. Bill Clark and Hazen, Brooker, J. Purvis the owners do not cooperate.. of. 1958 Starke, building including In .

family of Ocala 'spent the week Hazen 'Ocala and Winfred Haz- i Jerry Kirkland District Supervisor residences business repairs and y ,,,, i

m PlCTUIE_yom__NEW(....$.a thaws t MOUTI end with Mr. and Mrs. Inman .en, Gainesville: one daughter, reported that the sign Sit- remodelling' totaled, $111,013. according PERFUME & PERFUME SETSAll ? P"i+ !

IIDmDMfBYCUfT ta' .. .s" Green. Mrs. O. G. Strayhorn, Wildwood; uation is good in this area. to records of building
TATLOR tr Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Wescott of one sister, Mrs.. G. B. Colson, Representative, Doyle Conner permits granted by the city. a
.ij Tampa were, weekend guests of Brooker: two brothers Wallie andC. stated that no major "snags" Cost of six homes totaled. $49,- Nationally Advertised Lines I

EVA MARIE SAINTBAnrnues Sen. and ''Mrs. Charley Johns. J. Crews Brooker:. 11 grandchildren have developed hampering the 500, cost of three business places of Her I _

t COUNTY Mrs. M. F. Brown took her and seven great grand- four-laning of U. S.,301:SOT: construction totaled $43,100 and repairs and NEW IDEAS &.

_*Q HOB.UE 1Ua"YI'nnrcoeat mother Mrs.. J._ J. Fitzgerald to children.' should start in the near remodelling to 11 homes came.. to I FAVORITE COSMETICS
-- --- New Port Richey over the week- Pallbearers were her nephews,; future. 18413. I ; NEW DESIGNS

Plus "One Froggy Evening' end where she will spend the Artford Brown, R. A. Colson, Following the meeting a tour Cost of permits totaled'1022.45 ALL PRICES

Cartoon summer with her son-in-law and Charles Hazen. Lucian Hazen; was,made through the DuPont and were as"follows: new ,building ( i

I daughter. Col.. and Mrs. J. C. Mc- Ivan Hazen. and A. McKinney: Trail Ridge mine and the State permits 137.50; repair and .

Wed, Thurs. May 14, 13 Neer.Mr. Jr. Prison at Raiford. remodelling $30.. electric $3555. Weekend Special From Our Drug Department,
., and Mrs. James Merritt of and sewer connections and plumb-
t Winter Haven were Monday even- .ing$319.
D9 MN1' Births Charles Kirkland
1 ing visitors of Mr. and Mrs. A. RUBBING ALCOHOL 19C

L. Goodge. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest,T. Pnilupg Makes Gator Guard' Starke Man Head

Mrs H. Hi ,Adams and daughter of Starke are the happy parentsof

a Jane spent the weekend.with a daughter, Elizabeth Sue, born Charles D. Kirkland, son. of .Music Frat e rnit y-

Rev. and Mrs. T. G. Mitchell In May 6 in Bradford County Has Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Kirkland of

Lakeland. pital The maternal grandmotheris Starke.. ,has been initiated into Walter' Stanley of 1311. W.

Miss. Helen Reinoehl and Mrs Mrs. Martha Maxwell of membership in the Gator Guard, Blooding t., Starke, is,"a charter

Stracier. Effie Boas Cordrey of Jackson: Clarke and the paternal grandmother the. University, of Florida ArmyROTC member and president.of the.new Koch. Store

vile, and C. C. McAlUey of Gainesville Is Mrs. Rosa Phillips o f: ,. precision drill team. Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia.Fraternity Drug

t were,out-of-town guests a t Lake City. As a member of the unit Kirkland of America, recently ,chartered at

the Presbyterian Church Home will take part hi, drill the University of FlQrida,

a coming last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Andrews of maneuvers at football games The new chapter Is the_ 153rd

IIGiR Hollis, Knight. Jr. spent, tb! Anaheim Calif. announce the parades and other, special .oc. hi; the national .organization, of

past two weeks vacationing at tirth of their second son BarryVan casions. The'Guard represents the this honorary men's' music frater- -.. PHONE S3 FREE. DELIVERY

Plus "Foxy Flatfoot". Cartoonr' Fort,Lauderdale He left: Saturdajfor ;'on Apr. "30. The paternal> Army ROTC and the Universityat ity. Music students'at" the Unl- .

several weeks business trip to grandparents are Mr.: and Mrs. W. a number of events each schoolrear. ;ve 'Sity'Mv been working toward P'

New York. City. L. Andrews of Starke. I _. this'event for more than a year ;"tI



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School Board Jail Builders Six-Point Program 307 FourLaningWill VVyyyyyyyyyyyyvyyyV f ing with Mrs. Padgett's parents City Retires !Issue St. Mark's Episcopal

and Mrs.. MaxieTanner.Maxville .
Announced For. residents attending thevestock Of $71,000 Paving B.T. Bajmwrd *C. M&cBlala

Say County Got Tobacco GrowersIn Be Boost, MAXYILLEM sale in Gainesville ononday CertificatesThe Sunday Services-9:45: a.m,,

Told Church School 11:00 &JH., MornIng .
Building were Mr. and Mrs. C. B. ;

All It Paid For order to discourage the Is Belief Here. I! Bj Blrs. (J. B. Nolan Nolan. Billy and Bobby Nolan. City of Starke is retiring Prayer and Sermon.

g growing of "undesirable" varieties: I &JAAiAAiitiAAAAAAAAAAAAAJ Howard Durrance Ed and John Holy'Communv.mFirst Sunday .

Costs Are Up The recent" controversy over cf fine-cured tobacco a six-point I The State -of Florida is spending M osley, W. J. Bell Kenneth Manning -i $71,000 worth cf revenue certificates 11:00: Lm.j; Third Sunday,
Mrs. Everett
I Godwin underwent -
has been announced byMrs. representing the remainderof 7:30 a.m.
program and J. Nolan.
construction of bars in the county i $1,500,000 to four-lane U. S. a major operation at the

jail piompted a visit by a representative Mildred Sapp, Bradford 301 North of Starke and thus Doctors Hospital in Starke last Mesdames John North. Dewey an $80,000 paving issue in 1953.,I Wednesday-7:00: p.m., Choir

The Bradford County School County office manager of the McPherson D. B. Griffis and I Practice: 7:45 p.m. Litany and
of the Manley Jail improve i our local eccnomy many Friday morning and seems to begetting City Clerk Carl Johns said that

Board >at their, regular meeting Wcrks of Georgia who built it. Agricultural and Stabilization and times that figure. along nicely now. We Oscar Harris served as judges at the bonds were being called so Bible Study.

Monday morning heard school "Lost" specifications which held Conservation Committee.The the 4-H Club Achievement Day I Other meetings and services by
This is the consensus voiced wish her a speedy recovery. that funds previously pledged for
architect Sanford Goin of GainesVille the clue kind varieties involved are Coker Program held at the Baldwin ,announcement.,
as to what of bars by local leal estate' agents who Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Browning their retirement could be reassigned -
estimate tne cost of the pro 139. Coker 140 and Dixie School on Monday. i
were supposed to be in the Jail
are moving back to weir home Tn
are conscious of the great amount as a first pledge against a
posed$450,000bond new buildings for witch the were found in the safe at the jail Bright 244. All three are subjectto cf property along that Jacksonville next' week. We are Mrs.' Mary Wellhausen visited later issue of $750.000 for sewer CATHOLIC CHURCH

Issue will be used. by County Jailer Dolph Reddish. a 50 percent discount in price route that is changing hands. going to miss them very much, but with Mrs. Beard in Baldwin on and water revenue certificates.May St. Edward's Starke: Sunday

According! Coin three ot the It was discovered that the support and no special pool arrangement hope they will visit us often. Monday while the Maxville ladies | Mass 10:00: a.m. Holyday Masses
' The men interviewed all agreed 1 marked the of
buildings will exceed the first county was net "cheated" as was 'will be made for them. We are sorry that Bonnie HarriS were at the Baldwin School. 6:30: and 8:30: a.m. Sign of the
that ri business is certainty a five-year callable time period.
estimated cost by about 60000. suspected but got exactly what Mrs. Sapp said six steps will betaken a has .been quite ill and had to Lonnie Harris who is a patientat I Cross Friday, 8 p.m. Catechism
which in turn will Johns
provide and Council authorized
more said the -
Supt. Harmon Morgan said that out I I
i it paid for hardened steel this year in carrying Orlando
: case work be taken to a :Macclenny,hospital an hospital returnedto Class for children every Saturday -
for local :
people. payment of the bonds atits
the board has $70,000 which can bars in the felony cells and softer th! discount program for 1958. Sunday evening for treatment. Orlando Tuesday after a five : 9:30 a, m.

be used to meet the extra ddSt. easier to cut bars for the women's They: are: Guy Andrews .cited the Temple Hope she will be well enough to day visit at home with his family. of the meeting Tuesday night. Nine St William's, Keystone
$1,000 bonds
The library will cost between cells. 1. The farm operator, will be Avenue 'four-laning as a good return to school soon. I John Waters carried his brotherEd had Heights (follow Hiway 21 southto
previously been retired.
13.000 and $4,000 more than anticipated whether of example of the influx of.new. Waters to the
The jail company's representative asked to certify any Mrs. Ruby Durrance and sons home of Mr. St. William sign Sunday Mass
the new Starke Elementary !; discount variety is being business when improvements are and Mrs. Bud Waters and familyin The city has been investing
said that the hollow bars the .produced H. V.- and Howard, and Mr. and 8:15: a.m. Holyday Mass, 7:31)
made. He further stated that investors funds for the
retirement of these
$3 .OOO and $40,000 with hard,rollers inside that turn on his farm or one operated :Mrs. CU B. Nolan and sons Billy i Jacksonville Sunday. am. Confessions before all Mass
,more and the auditorium. if built are given assurance of Revival Services bonds in government securities
him. At Maxville
on contact with a hacksaw,blade by and Bobby enjoyed swimming a
to seat 900 will exceed the figure were deemed too expensive by the 2. Each farm producing flue- value.J. picnic supper and bowling Rivival service will open at thee bearing around 3 per cent inter- LAWTEY CHURCH OF CHRIST
planned -by about 15000. E. Wall. Jr. remarked that atM axvilIe' st, awaiting the expiration of
county and thus the idea was cured tobacco will be visited for Kingaley Beach Monday evenmg. Baptist Church on Monday (presently meeting in City Hall

Next step in the validation of discarded. He went on to say that the purpose of variety examination. the entire county would benefit Mrs. H. R. Kilgore and family, evening May 26 to run at the callable period. Sunday-Bible study, 10 a. m.,

the bond issue was also taken at this type of bar is seldom used because of new business and'new Miss Shirley Wilkinson and James l least one week. The pastor of the Johns said the bonds were held worship 11 a. in.EveningYoung.

the meeting. It was of residents.A. Hickory Grove by a Mid-West insurance
because of its high cost. Baptist Church in company
3. When there is question of Norman of Highland enjoyed an
the resolution that must be advertised I J. Thomas Sr. pointed out Green'Cove Springs will conductthe and that a check will be people's Bible
The investigation will Strickland's Landing
was prompted variety a green leaf sample outing at study 7 7:30. '
and must to the circuit revival. We mailed to cover the remaining ; preaching,
go that present business would improve hope that everyone -
after murder suspect James : be taken for chemical analysis. Sunday.
court. Bennett or expand because of the will attend. $71,000 as soon as the bank notifies !- Wednesday-Bible study, 7:30p. :
Altman hacksawed his i When discount variety is Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Giddens
Two members of the Jacksonville to project. Among the 7th graders of the the city that funds from the m.
way safety Easter Sunday found the farm operator is notified of Auburndale spent last weekend
architectural firm of Smith Baldwin School'who sale of its government bonds has Radio
morning after Naturally, a great amount of enjoyed a ProgramStation
having been accidentally brotherinlawand
but if within 7 days with Mr. Gidden's
and Gillespie presented theirqualifications placed in a cell containing from mailing may of notice, ask tor local labor will be needed for the sister Mr. and Mrs. D. B. picnic outing at Strickland's I been placed to its credit.if WRGR Monday, 6:3p: a. m.

to the board and I the softer steel bars and reserved Following construction which will provide Griffis and daughter Karen and Landing last Friday were, George -
office '
ABC county review. 1
asked that they have an opportunity work for those sitting idle Brown Mary Kilgore Patty Par-
for I now : .
women, juveniles'etc.. Belle Giddens.Mr.
to design one or more of Until the specifications were the review and second A glance at the future, reveals his mother, Mrs. rish, Janice Bell Katherine Miller Sell It Rent It Trade
the buildings to be constructed. It found, it chemical analysis'the ASC county tremendous possibilities as I the : and Mrs. Millard and Joy'Padgett..
was not known which
committee will make the final enjoyed a trip to the
was explained that Sanford Gain family We are glad that
cells had the case-hardened steel four-laning of US 301 South becomes Mrs. Ernest
had been the school architect forBOrne decision. Jacksonville zoo last Saturday. Wellhausen recuperating
closer to reality the from
bars and it took a letter from a WITH A TELEGRAPH
time although there is no architect J. Gamble Rogers of 5. A within quota "limited sup- real estate, men believe. Little Jackie and Lynn' Waters a recent illness. CLASSIFIED

contract for the proposed new Winter Park who p ort" marketing card will be issued returned'to their home in Jack- Mrs. Cole Combs will hold a
was in chargeof ,
building project. for a farm where the operator scnvllle Saturday after a two piano recital for her
pupils at :0
the jail's construction to learn WORDS OR LESS One Usertloa (Mlalman
Docket Charge) ___ __
County their .J
C. R. McCarthy of tne Kecrea- is unable to establish that weeks visit the Sanderson School on Thursday EACH ADDITIONAL ,
there was a difference in bars. WORD OVER SOT-__.... ______ 4e Per Wort
od department( of the Honda Development none cf the discount varieties are mother. Mrs. Dorothy Waters. night May 22 and at the 20,% DISCOUNT ON REPEAT INSERTIONS SAME AD

Commission was intro- being produced. This card may Totals. Cases Mrs. Ruby Durrance and sons, Maxville Baptist Church on Saturday 25e ADDITIONAL FOR BLIND ADS OR ADS, NOT PAID n ADVAJfCH.

duced to the board by James Crippled Children later be exchanged for a full-sup- R V. and Howard. Mrs. Dora night. May 24. The publicis

Bloo worth of the Starke Recreation Society Work port card if other full-support Twenty-five charges were Byrd and E. C. Padgett visited, I invited to attend.J. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY!! ..---_ '1':5 .Pep lick F.nt laaertlaa

Committee. :McCarthy told Told To varieties are available for mar- brought against 24 people last in Jacksonville last Thursday D. Padgett returned home. H.OO PER INCH FOR S4MB AD REPEATED E OR MOttK TIMp:"

of the plan of a county-wide recreation RotaryMike keting and if all discount tobacco week according to the docket of afternoon. Saturday night from a visit in. CARDS OF THANK (Vf T* M Words) -----_ ________ t:..*

plan. He said the plan has been disposed of. The farmer County Judge T. ,A. Yawn. As Homecoming At Long Branch Pennsylvania.Mr. OtKR 50 WORD* ----------------__ 4 ('...>. Per Word

had been presented and favorably Goldwire. high school must also establish that there usual speeding "was the most The Annual Homecoming Day and Mrs. H. A. Sweat of MEMORIALS AND RESOLUTIONS

received by the County Commission senior presided over the luncheon has been no comingling of the popular with 8'and improper I will\ be ,held at the Long Branch L Macclenny stopped for a visit with ----- 4 Cute Per Ward

and that his purpose in bring meeting of the Starke Rotary discount tobacco with the full- passing was a far back second Baptist Church Sunday May 11., Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Higginbotham FOR RENT-Sleeping rooms. Z18 So

ing It to the attention ot the Club on Wednesday as a part of support tobacco. with 4.Charged. with a picnic dinner to be heldon I and family Sunday afternoon after -Walnut Mrs. Titus Olson. Itchg nonE FOR RK.NTFite !

school board was to acquaint the local observance when students the church grounds. Everyoneis a weekend visit with relativesin room hoaie wltk alec. drive.
6. Discount variety tobacco will I with unlawful speed ONE SLIGHTLY USED Laundrymat
nag faelBc .
them with the proposal and ask go through the routine of cordially invited to attend. This;. i St. Augustine.Mr. $79.95. Slade Gas Co. 4tchg fl/%: LS. 301.
be identified on the warehouse were Clarence Williams Stephen
cooperation but no money. operating city and county offices also marks the close. of the revival I and Mrs. Earl Cannon and FLORIDA RE.UTICO..
floor by a different ticket. Dubor Maim Richard Hulon FOR SALE-Hot Water Heater la
one day each This Of Starke
is Ro- this
year. a held at
Vaughn Harold Lloyd Sweat which has been ; family Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wilkinson down and ?3 a month blade Gas Co. 118 V. W aliat M. TeL
tary-sponsored project. church all of this week. and family .and Mrs. Gladys Itchg 5/22 Starke, Fla.
BHS Tr ckmen BHS Nine Loses George Bisanszky Sloan Y. Bash-
Mrs. Jos. L. Gray of Lake City : Elex The Maxville baseball team 1 Copeland saw the Ferlin Husky FOR SALE-tO HP Mercury 12 U.
risky, Briggs Nancy MEN
a director of the North Central i. will compete with the Clay Hill 1 Show in Jacksonville Saturday.One runabout by Swift. and custom in Florida.WANTED In Electronics Field
Tie With Madison Florida To Santa FeIn Games Goff. 18 at t built trailer. Sacrifice for quick Age 1745. Wages |ivv
Society for Crippled Chil- Improper passing charges were ball team on Sunday May of Maxville's oldest landmarks sale. P. O. Box &03. Keystone per week or better. We will train
dren, gave an interesting talk the Maxville ball park by the the home personnel from this immediate area
on of Mr. and Mrs. Heights or phone 3345 after 6 p.m. for jobs

For 3rd Place the work of this group and its final Tilt brought Davison, against Lonnie Lawrence Richard Owen Bennett Maxville Baptist Church. The Kyle Cannon is being torn down Ztchg 5/5 accepted available will be trained here soon.under Those the

best known project the annual game will start at two o'clock and this, week and will be replaced GES-Sman down payment and supervision gineers. and guidance of our en
Margaret Hogg Cumming, You will
summer for is invited to come and I $18 per month. Slade Gas Co.4tchg. and workon
camp crippled children everyone with a modern home. We areproud practical
equipment in
Starke tied with Madison for Ormond Rivers Bradford High I and Victor E. Sawyer. 5/%% this lo
on Crystal Lake. watch. cality. This will be
Funds for for Mr. and Mrs. Cannon. arranged so
third place in the Group 3 track Baseball pitcher suffered a fractured Fishing without a license wasthe that it will not interfere with
this and other projects of the Mrs. W. A. Cannon of Palatka Little David Parrish is ill this FOR SALE-Lake Bedford. Furnished your
meet in Lake City Saturday witha present employment. :3 year's
charge against Jane Menzen
arm while pitching in the house and lot pretty shade
society are raised through and Mrs. G. M. Beach cf Hastings week anteed placement service
the annual with an attack of tonsilitis. upon cer
of 33 points. Gainesville trees. Priced to sell W. S. Sib-
score Frank Merl Walrath III and I tification.
second inning of a home game Write ELECTKUMCS
sale cf Easter Seals. spent last Thursday with Mr. and Baby Smith ley Realtor. Starke. Silver LaKe).
High won with Lake City second. I Bobbe Walrath. name address occupation:
: Mrs. Gray was introduced tha saw' Palatka win 30.: Mrs. Claude Nolan and sons and Phone 3852 Keystone Heights.
Thomas: placed fifth in the 120- by Mr. and Mrs. William Smith phone working hours, and age;
Charges of ,assault and
Dr. L. H. Jennings. Rivers was throwing a fast ball battel'Ywere in the afternoon they_. all visitedin announce the arrival of a baby rtp 5/S Box 823-Dv.Starke. ,. Fla.
yard high hurdles Osborne came issued tQ Hugh Ingram Jr. ltchg
when his arm was broken between Jacksonville
born Wednesday"April 30 at
in third in, the'440yard dash. and Millie Harris. FOR SALEFARMALL
Bollinger the shoulder and the elbow. The Maxville children who
the Orange Park
Hospital. The
Hall was fourth in the 830-yard Berry Lee Barnes was charged I
Curtis McGee relieved and pitched were among the ninth graders of young lady weighed 7 Ibs. and 6 i; 400TRACTOR
run McGee took second in the Attends Seminar with\ reckless driving M..V. Yates WANTEDM.floR
hitless ball the rest of the
way: the Baldwin High School who en oz. and has been named MaryFrances.
shot put Stevens placed second Jr. for a worthless check. W. L.
Dr. and struck out 11. joyed a bus trip and tour of St.; :Mam.Kr with the fol-
and McGee third in the discus H. G. Bollinger local chiropractor Finley for being drunk Henry iolag 4.allfletIeMi Be-
throw and Hobbs came in. third I will ttend an audio Ed Carrol of Palatka fanned Oren Lawson for failure to obey Augustine Tuesday May 5 were Mr. and Mrs. Don Eichelsor and l GOOD CONDITION tneei 23-50. Bo.4able. Re-

in the Pole Vault., visual seminar at the Mayflower eight while limiting Starke to alone i a police officer, Jerome Lucas for: Billy Nolan Becky Higdon, yWelihausen scn of Jacksonville spent Sunday Write Box 823-C tall experience.not Station. eiprrleare -

Bradfprd High was third in Hotel in Jacksonville this week- hit.Starke. obstructing a highway and George Jewell North Harvey with Mr., and Mrs. F. B. Coleman l Care this Newspaper3tp provide on-the-jeh aeremary traUUg.a we

the mile relay and fourth in the end.The lost 3-2 to Santa Fe in Edward McClellan for assault. McPherson. Linda Waters, Marvin and family. 5-15 Area preferred.reiideat and Starting home salary.owner -
sprint medley relay. seminar is being conductedby L the Keystone Conference Chain James C. Vinson was charged L Smith 'Kay Strickland, Enjoying an ice cream supperlast $300 ,Ia. eoBUBlsiloB OB all

The state meet will be held in Dr. Edward L. Dramer of the pionship game played here Mon with\ reckless driving and driving Miller Bonnie Padgett Edith] Friday night at the home of of WANTED good -moral Man or character Woman between(white) and BierehiBdiie salary Increase Items.to follow Bonus

Gainesville Saturday to wind up Kimball Foundation and will include day. Curtis McGee struck out 14 while intoxicated. Copeland and Shirley Higginbotham L- Mr. and Mrs. Harry Padgett wereBonnie the ages of 21 and 55, who can devote -] for right man Yearly vaeatltia. -

the season. methods of improving the and gave up 14 base on balls. and they also enjoyed a picnic Harris Mary Kilgore Mrs., 10 or more hours per week to Payroll plan grogs life
: dinner pleasant profitable work with opportunities and hoiBltallsatlosi Usaraare.Mast .
over at Run.
doctor-patient relationship. This pushed his strike-outs for H.: R. Kilgore Linda Waters, Jean l for life-time career.

Doctors from Northeast Florida this season to 133 in 10 games. Circuit Court Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Browning Harris and Joe Alvin and Bonnie Write Box 823-E, Starke. Kla. be spent last 'weekend in Jackson 3tp 5/22 eoumaad the eoafldeare sad
BHS CheerleadersAre and South Georgia will attend. The Kansas City Athletics are Padgett. respect of his ro workers..
interested in : Opens MondayFor ville visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Cole Combs Jr., is glad to I AREOV INTERESTED
signing McGee and *0 DOCBT THE MAN WE
M. C. Browning and daughter
Elected Van Johnson Stars the graduating senior is anxious i have two new piano students We hare cone very Rood ptaeea atKlagiley WANT IS WORKING SOW,
I TermThe Vivian. from Maxville. They are ShirleyWilkinson Lake. AUo t".o small SO ALL UTERYIEUS WILL
For Both SquadsElection In Vaudeville Film to SIgn up.Tuesday. I Spring The Maxville and Yellow Water and Mary Copeland. .on***. large lot. 1 .mile from BE HELD IK !STRICTEST!
Price $3,300.00.Three CONFIDENCE.
in Lake City. Bradford
: teams played a seven inning
I gameat Jack Waters of Jacksonville
of cheerleaders was At Park Theatre High lost 5-3 in a sub-group I Bradford County 'grand I the Maxville Ball Park last spent last Friday night with his: feed room frame dwelling .a FOR 1NTEkVIEVAPPLY :
held last Thursday at Bradford L game. W. H. Johns pitched his I jury will Mondaymorning Sunday afternoon.: The score was Mrs. sale. SERVICE
'Kelly and Me, starring Van mother Dorothy Waters ando barjtala price for quick IMPERIAL
High School. first complete game giving up 5 at 10 o'clock to decide 18 to 6 in favor of Maxville. The STATION
Johnson her to
Saturday the
The new "A" Matthews squad consistsof Rob featuring and a talented Piper German Laurie Shepherd and- hits.Starke what action to take in the cases team is made up of the boys under St.: Luke's hospital in Jacksonville FLORIDA REALTY CO. U. 8.15T3 301 NORTH STARKE.TEMPLE FLA. .

: Mary Agnes wound up thi reason slated for the Circuit Court which I sixteen with Buck Wellhausen to his Of Starke
see baby
named daughter
dog Kelly will t>
bie Capps. Travis Alvarez Ray 118 N. Walnut St. Tel. 383
seen at the Park Theatre Sunday with a record of 7 wins and 6 include moonshiners and assault as coach and Bootsie Cannonas Angela Darlene. The baby now Starke. Fia.

Maxwell, Ginger Thornton Suz through Tuesday. losses and a conference record of cases. f manager of the Maxville team.: weighs 4 Ibs. and 12 oz. and they FOR fence SALE posts.:-4 Pent mile* process North on treated 301.

anne LaMee., Penny Hollings- It is the story of a downandout 4 wins and 1 loss. Circuit Judge- George'L.. Patten I PTA To Meet I are'hoping to take her home real I Expansion Creating (Green & Bakken Puet Co. ttcng
worth. Kelly. will preside at the New Openings
vaudeville performer who finds Footbaflisnowintheafratth spring term. The Maxville PTA will hold soon now.

Alternates selected were Harriet Lynda success only when he teams up school with spring training well The jury venire from which 18 their last meeting of this school I Mrs. Hattie Nolan. Mr. and In WE farmers.HAVE a Loans new loan of 1 program to 5 yean for
Chapman Kay Dennis
with a dog. and brings a nostalgic under way. The spring inter- Jurors will be selected includes season on Wednesday afternoon.! Mrs. D. J. Parrish and family, for the entire credit requirements -
Powell and Carol Temple. peek into the last great days of squad game will be played May Warren W. Winkler Howard W. May 14 at 2:30 p. m. At this time Mr. and Mrs. Dan Parrish Mr., of the farmer and his Cred't fam
The "B" Includes Bar Gainesville Production
squad vaudeville in the early 1930's. The 27 at 7:30: p. m. with admission L Wait Lawrence Wiggins Kad B. the new officers for the coming and Mrs. J. C. Nolan and family; I Association ily. (20 North Ualn.

bara Blankenship. Susan Slade comedy reaches a climax when one bar of soap to keep the play Watterson p. B. Davis. Leslie! K. year will be installed. All parentsare and Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Higgin- Mechanical I Gainesville. Fla. tfchg
'background -
Donna : or aptitude
Trawick. Betty Lou Wain-
ers clean next Childs Elmer E. Lewis L. R. urged to attend.
the dog takes his erstwhile master year. botham and daughter joined Mr. RADIO REPAIRED
wright. Janet Nichols, and Pat Green. Arthur C. Pearce. Bennett Home Demonstration Club will be considered. Openingsat .. e1steai
to Hollywood for a filing at and Mrs. Bob Nolan and son AU Make All
Gardner. all levels. .aa'lt Charges Kiaraate
Jarrell David
W. Green Lbnza To Meet
screen stardom. Rites FridayFor Robert and Mr. and Mrs. Eric SHEPHERD'S RADIO A TV

The canine star Is one of the L. Norman Frank Bell J. J. Cow- The Maxville Home Demon Prevatt and son, Douglas of Seville ELECTRONICSSome IBBSB Green Owner

Registration Books most versatile and perfectly train art Emery L. Brown. Robert M. stratton Club will meet on Tues at Strickland's Landing ::t W. Call 5*. Fla. PhaSe 229Starhe

Now In Districts ed dogs ever seen on the screen. Mrs., CarswellIn McRae Robert L. Brown JohnH. day morning. May 13 at 10 a. nat I. Sunday for a swim and picnic.Mr. radio, TV, or basic electrical

He goes through an endless array Parker. Richard Carter, and I the home of Mrs. Sue Robbins and Mrs. A. D. Rehberg and I training or experience required. FOR BALE-14 In x 15 ft. steel
ft. ALSO BuildIng
culvert pipe $1.25
Marian Crosby, Supervisor of of show-stopping stunts thaa Jones ChapelMrs. Charles W. Bias. ; in the Lucas apartments on High Miss Carol Moore of Earleton I Interviews 8:30-3:30 daily or Monday lots for sale In S nth Gate

Registration issued a reminder would be difficult even Also included are J. C. Smith way 301. All members are urgedto Beach ,visited Sunday with Mrs. evenings from 6:30:; ) to 9 p.m.or Subdivision. Low down payment.
human actor.Another. Janie Hathcock Carswell I, Frank M. Norman. Jr. J. B. attend and visitors are wel Low monthly payments BILLY
that Dorothy Waters and family. write for application.:
registration books
are now JACKSON. Phone U5, c/o
66. died Tuesday in Atlanta.Ga.
an .
White. Artie
D. Dobbs. Sam Mrs. Nellie Mills Home
open in all precincts. Misses Martha Harris and JoAnn Truck Lines. tfchg
hospital after a prolonged ill- Brown. J. W. Kelley. Demonstration will bring '
Any person who expects to vote Still Parrish spent last weekend
ness. She was resident of Starke Stern ONE BEDROOM furnished apartments -
A. H.
Perry. Eugene Grif a'demonstration on cooking and
in: the'primaries with Miss Ann Motes in Bryce-
or general election and for rent. Phone 165. W. T.
,well known here as the fis Leslie
Found Deserted operator M. :
McClellan Lucian preparing foods.
must register by August 10. ville and visited in Jacksonville Jarfcson. tfchs
of the former Avery Inn Garnett Alvarez John T. Maxville Civic Club
The Reddish on Saturday. TUBE DIV.
books will not. be reopened Near Brooker.. "
f OR REXT-Redcorated
on N. Walnut street. J. R. Chaste Jr.
Clarence Maxville Civic Club will
between the primaries and general W. The Ray Gatlin Assistant Coach 'no" bedroom house u: Lake St. Tile
Mrs. Carswell was born May 14 II Colson Robert Sperry Rand Corp. !!3-w. Mrs.
Earl Lewis. J. L. another Tupperware Party bath. Adults.
election because- they come too I Another still bit the dust last 1892 in Farbum Ga. Her Anderson and teacher at the Baldwin High A. F. Sauls. Mi: McMshon St. Itchg
close together this year. Wednesday afternoon about one ; parentswere ; Earl C. Mosley. Lonnie for the club on Friday night, School has been called into the Gainesville, Fla.

mile southwest of Brooker on'the the late Midlet.on L. and L. Crawford. A. H. Harley. Jr.. May'16 at;8 p. m. We urge every Army and will report for dutyat Near Municipal AirportFOR EARTH WORMS
Hattie Gay Hathcock. : Robert Frrnh dug Red MaSt Crawler
L. Thomas and in th'e' to to
William community try
Motels Leased banks of Santa Fe River. : one Ft. Sam Houston Texas the BALE 18 OlaBt else reair packed. 1 bl..ek
She is survived by her husband H. Maxwell. ft. Deep Freeze. excellent
attend and help us raise fundsfor week North of City Hall. 348V Thoatp.M. .
Seized and destroyed were two i of May 19. Mr. Gatlin will condition. Reasonable. Call
Edward R. Carswell; a daughter +e. Phoae 47.W.lip 5WANTEDNeat /:::
By club building. We 190 or 823 Cypress St. Itchg
SappenfieldAlbert our new be
greatly missed at Baldwin
groundhog type vats of 1200-gal- as
Ions capacity each and 2100-gal- Mrs.' Louise Brown of Starketwo ; .1' P.O.A. To Regroup are' expecting; the county to finish L all of the students like him and FOR SALE-Three bedroom house : attractive wait-.
Sappenfiefd has leasc.d brothers. H. L. Hathcock grading the road around the he has in Pinebaven. Small equity. Monthly rees. Trail Restaurant, La wtey,
the Trail Motel and Restaurantand lens of mash. Blackwell. Okla.. and W. J. Hath; At Meeting Here park Tight away now and then been a wonderful coach. payments SIS.li. Contact Mai-: ;Stp_.filii
We wish him luck'in his
Agents confiscated jugs cans new,ad naKer Garage. Up
the Desert Isle Motel on U. s. cock. Jacksonville and one sister.. Friday black top It. which will be a big venture FOR SALE-Highway 301, 5 room
north : gas cylinders and hose. : Night and hope that he can return LOST One hound house and bath. shrubbery. Real
301 of Lawtey to L. K. Mrs. Erline H. Bussey of to dark red gyp
Atlanta.j improvement our community.Then
Assisting in the raid were : to the Baldwin school after dog. Extra long ears. Mce rewardto bur. W. 8. Sibley, Realtor. Btarke!
Guion. former manager of the Funeral services will be held The Property Owners' Association maybe we,can'get a baseball his army service. finder. D. C. Jones Lox 111::. 'Silver Lake) Phone JX52, Keystone -
Scott Hotel ThomasvUle Ga. Bradford County Jailer DolphReddish Friday morning at 11 o'clock in! a group that was active diamond and tennis court withouttoo Starke. Fla. ltp Heights. Ztp S/s

Mr. Sappenfield
summer in Crescent City where federal agents Adair and Smith. Rev. Donald Kokomoor and Rev.!. waged strong opposition to the and Mrs. Gilbert Brownand are sincerely grateful to house. 308 South Water St.: Itchg 2 bedrooms, air condition complete -
he is building home for his The site was abandoned. there W. S.
a McAliley Burial OPA
officiating. Office
of Price Administrationlin family Mr. and Mrs. Claude friends and neighbors for their FOR RENT-Furnished first floor bath. Call 243W. 1420 Pratt
daughter Mrs. G. K. White. fore no arrests were made. will be in Crosby Lake .i apartments. Attractive ana redec
Cemetery.Mrs. this
area, will be Mrs. Joe Lucas and
re- Green family.: many kind acts of Ympathy dur orated. All conveniences. W. H.onman. St. 2tcng Ii..
Carswell was a member of organized a dinner meeting m Mrs. Franklin Ben and family ltcbg
ing our sad bereavement Our
C of C Board the First Methodist Church.CIIUBCIIUFOOD the .Pecan Room of appreciation REXT On
Sales Tax Take the Garden Mr. and Mrs. Kelley Mize and cannot be adequately FOR small apartmentand
; FOR SALE-1929 Buick. Good condition sleeping .
rooms. 218 t!
In BradfordSales Restaurant Friday'night, May 9. family and Mrs. ,Mary V. Mosley expressed. The family of FrancesKersey good tires. 5S tag. See feee- "'r.. Titus Olson. Itcbg
Up Mrs. Marion Howe. Chamberof at '1 o'clock. The announcementwas enjoyed a picnic lunch boatingand Austin. ber Forsythe. Raiford Rd., Kt. Z.

Commerce Secretary, announces Sunday School. 10 a. m. Mon made by Mrs. W. H. Nollman.a swimming at Hampton Lake Box 71. tfchg FOR SALE-4 room newly decorated

tax collections in Brad a luncheon meeting of the Ing Worship. 11 a. m. Sunday member of FOR Angni house, modern conveniences
U the formerly active last Sunday.Mr. SALE-Registered I 11 j-! acres land. S miles from
ford County for February showed Board of Directors of the Chamber L- Evening Service. 7:45: : p. m. YPB group. and Mrs. Earl Mosley and w.c.T.u. Also bulls 19S3 and heifers_ Ford cows Pick-up.and calves.J.S. City Limits. IU4f0rd Rd. on tee

a slight gain over the samemonth of Commerce will be held at Service Wednesday 7:45: p. m "The purpose of the group I is children and Mr. and Mrs. Junior White. Raiford Rd. Hiway IS. nhone Owner lin there". bus thr9 and Saturday. mail rout after.

last year. the Garden Restaurant at 12:30p. Prayer. Meeting Friday, 1:45 p. m. the, advancement of the Interestscf j Mosley and'children enjoyed a Ztp 5/22 tthone Mrs. Leon Gray RAymona
In February 1958 sales tax collections m. Monday, May 12. LATVTCT "FIRE CAN DESTROY YOUR] 5.J545, Jacksonville ria. tfcn
Starke LOST SATURDAY Brown spotted *
property and -
owners and picnic swimming at Hampton ,
here totaled $11.815.57. There is a heavy agenda of Sunday School, 10 i m. Mon all property owners Lake VALUABLES. BUT LIQUOR DESTROYS ,- female Pointer ,and Black female -. -
are invited Sunday.
while the February 1957 figure business -,YOUR: .LIFE.-! Cocker. Owners name on collars FOR SALE-J bedroom
to be house.
discussed the ing Worship 11 a. m. YPB Service to the meeting of both. Rewatd to 251'U
for return
I Mrs. Nollman Mrs. L.J. Padgett and children [NATIONAL VOICE.] do,.n. Stunt ia -r1fIep. Phone532: ...
was: 1008354. .
secretary said. W. T. Gill Camp islanding.Itcbg&
Saturday, 7:30( p. nk. said. spent Wednesday in Lawtey visit owner :I or Blue see house owner t' miles S. Kfl.1tvft II/fl..


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.. : %: ....:.:;.,,'" -. '!"} '. .'I r automobile accident recently. I' Beta Club Inducts New Members TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT.T1 Ga. visited- the Leonard Moore and Mrs. Johnny McNeal.
,. rw .. Mr. and Mrs. Mac McCaffrey
family last weekend. Mr. and Mrs. David Waters of
',' '{ 1",":"'-:. r' I i! and family and Mr. and Mrs.I -- KINGSLEY LAKEBY We are glad to have Mrs. Lou- I Gainesville were the Sunday after-
'Z, '. i I
i Henry Tanner and son, all of
I ise Moore back with us. i noon visitors of Mr. and Mrs.
i I Jacksonville, visited the Dave
Julius Kowatch.
:-: ':. (I Tanners on Saturday. Mae ..MooreTTnm.n.nyyyTTTTTT. Our Sunday School record is" Elwood, Cecil and Kenneth

EIkx ,>.,'14"j, ;- I I Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Hamiltonand going up again. Keep up the good I Padgett spent the weekend on

., Mrs. Fred Moore attended a work. Silver Lake with Terrell Jones
.'/... Extra choir practice was en- I
/ / faculty concert at the Universityof and father.
-1't r joyed at the home of Mrs. R. L.
.-... ;' on Tuesday evening. TTTTY'TYYY'TTTTT'T"'i j| Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd
h I s Smith Saturday nisht.! They were
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Carlton
Padgett during the week
d and sons of Jacksonville .spent,I practicing extra for the hymn' GRIFFIS LOOPBy j I Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Edmondson
/ sing at Bayless Highway Church
Pickering : ,. Saturday and Sunday with the and friends of Miami.
:::: ,\ Frank. Cruce family. I Sunday. After practice delicious
I refreshments Miss Mr. and Mrs Lloyd Padgett
were served. Cathrine Padgett
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Hart of
We were happy to have as our and family attended the birthdaydinner
stopped by and pick- ,
Wins t a cL A ULLLLLA in honor of Jack Waters
: Sunday morning visitors for ser-
ed up Mrs. J. Q. Rosier on' Saturday -
e as they were enroute to kUV i. vices, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Da- Mr. and Mrs. Thomas O'Brien last Sunday at his home in Lake

Tampa where they visited Mr. J. vis and son also Miss Eleanor I and family, Mrs. Verble Anderson, Butler.
Honor and Mrs. J. L. Slade the Willis of Jacksonville and Bost-i, Ronald Brown was down from
over I !i and I Linda Faye Brookins were :
weekend. I wick. Jacksonville visiting friends dur-
The R. L. Smiths had as their j the Sunday dinner guests of Mr. I ing the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Hamiltonand ,
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Sunday visitors Rev. and Mrs. H. -- .
1 tr Mrs. Whaley visited Mr. and
At New 1c = Mrs. Tom Whaley in St. Vincent's i&jf H. Mott Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Nor- COME IN FOR

Hospital on Wednesday evening. ton and family, Mrs. David Cottle,

Mrs. J. B. Godwin and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Moore

UofF of State Farm and Mr. and and daughter.
;.L : Mrs. J. M. Rosier of the ,Ever- The A. R. Moores had as their

iI green section visited Mrs. Mary Sunday evening visitors Rev. and I
Reddish this week. Mrs. D. E. Willis and daughter,

Med Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Pearce Eleanor of Bostwick.

.k ia were,Sunday dinner guests of Mr. ; I ?i Mrs. David Cottle of Woodbine, "-J-J WATCH CHECKASK

$- and Mrs. Pearce [Pete] Jones and i I IGt' -
School b family in Fernandina. Rc. lJ\ii TYUSConvalescent On The Watchmaster

'* x Ancil Futch and daughters, AH Repair Work Guaranteed and

Misses Catherine Ann and Linda i } s Aa Home"A FOIl Checked on the Watchmaster .
came from Qunincy on Saturday I Home Away From Home" YOUR
i and picked berries at the Mark-'
For Next
lee r ASK YOUR DOCTOR Shopportundy Days
Starling farm and were din- COUPONS
a ner guests of Mrs. Joyce Futchland ABOUT US
.... Ralph. They visited Mrs.Senie Your Inspection Invited ON AI.14 GEM JEWELRY
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Prevatt and other relatives
Michael J. Pickering of Starke, In a reseacn program. before returning home. a tu Nurse on Duty 24 Hrs. Daily REI[)AIRS

Pickering also Mr. and Mrs. 227 S. Thompson Phone 153 i 109 Call St. Phone 170
a member of the first-year class was recently a- Earl Teston and -

at the new University of Florida warded the Mosby ScholarshipBook ,family were in Sanford on Sunday I ,
Award, based on scholastic for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. E. r r ;ry ro
College of Medicine, has been a- '
achievement. His selection was J. Tyner,and family. :
warded a summer research fellowship made by a faculty committee I The pupils of t- '
on the first and second i; I ONLY
on the basis of academic $
academic status. : grades, with their teachers I I
achievement and research in- The award, which will allow Mrs. Bobby Morris and Mrs. H. C. I

terest. selection of a medical textbook ,Kelly had an enjoyable day at .
One of 21 fellowship award recipients valued up to $30 by the scientific the Jacksonville Zoo on Thursday.. New members of the Bradford I LaMee, Terrell Green, D. Ritch I

Pickering will be in the publisher C. V. Mosby Co., was Mr. and Mrs. Truman Norman. High School Beta Club, pictured Green, Barbara Ward, Mary .iDOWN
Department of Anatomy. His a- announced during Medical Edu- ,Mrs. L. C. King. Mrs. Milo Smith| above were inducted April 28, Katherine Wainwright, Hr.rold .

ward was made possible by the cation Week.Pickering Mrs. Paul Bennett, Mrs. D. A. in an impressive ceremony held Tyus. Sara Jo Sprow, Flora

.Florida Cancer Society for the will receive his degree Jones, and Mrs. Nancy Keene accompanied in the Woman's Club. Slade Lynn Perint Freida Kim- i

summer months in order that a in 1961 as a member of the them on the trip. Foster Shi Smith, a member of bier, Tom Jackson, Hank Graham.

medical student will have an op- first graduating class from the U Mr. and Mrs.Jack Wainwright the BHS faculty, made an inter- Kathleen Conway, Virginia Er- BUILDS THIS HOUSE ON YOUR LOT
portunity to participate full timeUAWTEY cf F College of Medicine. and son of Alma. Ga. are spend- esting talk on the qualificationsand win John Dodd, Patsy Cogdill.

ing this week with his parents, ideals of the high school honor Delores Cloversettle, Pat Anderson -
.''YYYYY..IY'.YYYY" Charlie Shuford, Mrs. H. C. Wain- Mr. and Mrs. Truby Wainwright. society which requires its
Mrs. H. E. Priest, Mrs. Judy Lesawyer and '" '0
wright. Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Wilkersonand members to make B or better in
'( Hermie Kelly Mrs Effie Miner, Miss Gloria Anderson were all subjects. Elaine Shannon. : .: : ... ; The "CAPRI"

Mrs. G. W. Roberts Miss Enza Saturday night guests of Mr. and The new members are: Betty Miss Delia Rosenberg is clubsponsor. s. : i ir

Aj MM. Joyce T. FetchLLLLLUAULLULLLLLLLLA Blanchard. Mrs Tompkins of Mrs. H. R. Barratt and family of Farkas Bennie Williams, Bubba .
State Farm and Mrs. Lonnie
t Futch of Starke. State Farm. and, Mrs. Sidney Williamson in of ,State Farm visited Mr. and 1i
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jack g r
I Gainesville. Mrs. L. S. Tanner on Thursday.Mr l-1$1 $
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Starling Crawford CASH
D. Smith of Jacksonville! during the weekend
Henry Misses Patricia and Judy Pad-
and Mrs. Bill Zack of Jack-
tnd family of Jacksonville were
guest of Miss Donna I}I were Misses Betty and Gloria
was the gett John Starling and Vernie
sonville visited the Tanners this Sj495
of Mr. and Mrs. George
Satur- Crawford, Emery Griffis of Jack-
Sheetz\and her family on I Padgett were Saturday guests of weekend. PRICEThis
the weekend. '
Shuford during soville and
'everting. Mrs. Rose O'Neil of
day Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Harris in Mr. and Mrs. Wilmot Starling
The WSCS,_of the Methodist Mis Dorothy Whaley and her Ocala. The Crawfords' carried Maxville.Mr. and daughter, Miss Patricia spent
Church,held their program meet-; mother of Detroit, Mich., are their daughters to Jacksonville and Mrs. Leonard Prevatt Saturday night and
Ing at the home of Mrs. R'. E.:Lee spending several days here to.be on Sunday afternoon and visited and family spent Saturday evening the Horace Nettles Sunday family with in k ,trr 44 tl t4'G

on Tuesday! evening. Those present ''I' near Mr. and Mrs. Tom Whaley I another daughter, Mrs. Irwin i with Mr. and Mrs. Tom Nor- Gainesville.Mr. .

were Mrs. P. L. Dinkins, Mrs. who were seriously injured inanWHY Muse and son. man in Macclenny. and Mrs. R. J. Cornwall and

ville Marvin visited Thompson Mr. and'Mrs.of Jackson-Dan W. Howard Norman and family| family and Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Modern Two-Bedroom Home is Designed for Southern Living. Three Jalousie
and nephew Ronny Norman
Starling on Sunday.Mr. Sunday afternoon at Poweli'splace Norris and daughter of Jacksonville Windows and a Jalousie Door Among the Standard Features Offered in this
spent Sunday with the D. G.
PAY MORE? and Mrs. George Griffis of on Kingsley Lake. Wilkersons.Rev. Well Constructed Home. ....
-' New River spent the weekend Mr. and Mrs W. G. Green and
and Mrs. E. B. Sheetz and
with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Griffis Completely Finished Outside Doors, .16'0' _
family were in Live Oak this
daughters Misses Donna and

: See NAS WORTHY and Mr.Gerald.and Mrs. Rudy Higginbotham Mrs.weekend Fred for Carver.a visit with Mr. and Rcse, and Mary Mrs., Miss Joyce Margaret Futch Bradley attended -- Windows, Screens, etc., and Two \

and daughter of Maxville Mrs. O. J. Phillips and son, Homecoming at Bayless Coats of Paint. Partitions, Studdingand
came Friday for a visit with Mr.
Danny Ralph Futch visited Highway on Sunday.
and Mrs. Nathan Starling. On Floors inside. + .I Iv .
Mr. Phillips in St. Vincent's Hospital Ray Reddish of the Universityof only on
Sunday they, with Mr. and Mrs.J. .
I on Sunday afternoon.
Florida spent the weekend with
C. Higginbotham and family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith and: his parents, Mr, and Mrs. Bryant
PHILCO DAY Ik PHILCO DM Mrs. Nathan Starling and Dianne daughter of Memphis, Tenn. are|Reddish. w8 non,
Sapp enjoyed -swim in Kingsley visiting Mrs. Smith's mother, Largest and :

Lake on Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Nellie Wilkerson. HOMECOMINGAT St

Fonzo Davis of Bell Glade spent Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew HOPE CHURCH .
Mcnday afternoon with Mr. and|Wilkinson and Buna during the ti 8i: 80081 8tA AAdS
Best Builder of Shell
l&JfmMi Mrs. L. P. Rafuse and daughter. The Hope Baptist Church at ,JHomes"
NAIIONMDf NATIONWIDE l weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Jim-
Mrs. Martha Bales Theressa will observe its annual
and daughters my Griffis and Mr. and Mrs.
Misses Homecoming on,Sunday, May 11.
Martie and Jackie
James Wilkerson and of
N01 95 110 LESS ,THANE R and Mrs. Mae Wells attended Jacksonville. family Morning services begin at 10 o'- { = -

9 $199 MODEL home coming at the Methodist Mrs. G. L. Peterson of Arlington clock with dinner on the groundsat 111I1I\
Church 12:30.: There will be fellowship .
2DOORINCLUDING in Middleburg .
PHILCO on Sunday.Mr. was the Friday and Saturday 1.1f cn
and Mrs. Carl Carter and and singing in the afternoon. : o-
AUTOMATIC guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Lee
R$25.00 ROTISSERIE son. Tommy had as Sunday din- and family. Everyone is'invited.FOR .

FREEDELUXE ner guests Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Priest and
Arwood and sons of Melrose.Mr. .
family were in Lake City on Sun-
PHILCO'ELECTRIC I and Mrs. Ernest Raulersonand day for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. DEPENDABLE

RANGE daughters visited Mrs. Lu- Ernest Williams. and Donnie and i

j, i pital cinda on Griffis Sunday in St.'afternoon.Mr. Vincent's. hos- Mr. and Joe. Mrs. George Summerlinand Termite Control I JIM WALTER

and Mrs. Paul Bennett and I The Young People of the Methodist
4yr daughters spent Sunday with the Church are grateful to the 0 Household & Commerctrl

John Bennett family at the State citizens of Lawtey for aiding themin Pest ControlGrove

Farm. I making the Spaghetti Supped
Mrs. Owen Cassels and Mr.. and I huge 0 Spraying
I Ii Ii'I l success.
aa, l lII \
Mrs. Buck Cassels and sons of Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred' CORPORATION
lI.t of Lockloosa Can FB 64035
were Sunday guestsof
Moore during the weekend -
t p fl \ Nt Mr. and Mrs. Guy Futch and 1 Miss Rachel Boyer of Jacksonville elFlorida VISIT US OR CALL COLLECT t I !9 "A t

PHILCO ID1186rmico family. Mrs. Owen Cassels remained and Mr. and Mrs Billy Torodr e Pest Control] '

DAY ,for a longer visit with he and son of Gainesville. &' Chemical Co. Gainesville Palatka

OQQ95 parents. Miss Elizabeth Tatum of th!! Route 2, Box 213-A / \ f P. 0. Box 782 wl[
Miss Elizabeth Terry and Mrs l\\\ 24 N. W. Iflth Ave.
PHUCO sseoea WITH TRADe University of Florida spent th::: Phone: Franklin 2.2587 f? I / Phone: East 5.5971
Futch called
Joyce on Mr. Jim
weekend with her parents Mr. and Calneavffl, Florida Hawthorne '
and Kincaid Roads At The "Y"re
Austin and family at Lake Genevaon Mrs. T. W. Tatum.

Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Testonand
PHIICO SLENDER SET Mr. and Mrs, Raymond Wil son of Jacksonville visited

$50.15UJSSthan. ( TABLE TV liams of Jacksonville spent the their father, J. B. Teston, whois
weekend with the Ed Durban f am-
a patient in Bradford County '
former models' ay.Mr. Hospital on Sunday.Mr. BE SURE" ; withFLORIDA a ,

and Mrs. J. R. Devore and and Mrs. Theodore Crews
family visited the JacksonvilleZoo and family
spent Sunday with
8l on Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Ola''Padgett and Mrs. Susie Nationalhaven't

: Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Padgett in Clay Hill. I ...
Patrick will regret to learn thai Miss I / -1 C'''',. Nt..._ J 1h
Jackie Harley and Nelson
their baby daughter, Nancy Vor- Blocker.Jr.. of Jacksonville spent paid that che'cking account
ice was hit by a tractor on Satur
Saturday and Sunday with Mr.
day and is a patient in Bradford and Mrs. H. C. Harley. bill ?" Household money is easier to keep track of when you use a
County Hospital The J. D.: Clark
Mr. and Mrs.
I Edwin Padgettspent Florida Bank checking account. Your cancelled check is
family visited her there on Sunday your
i -- =- I. reeluc.d 10 afternoon. Sunday with Mr. Hubert receipt. Don't wonder whether you have paid a bill or not .
Padgett in
tIt"-CO 4221 95 Mrs. J. T. Bradley and laughter Mattie Middleburg.Mrs. Carter and family ... know by using a Florida checking account. Open your account
189'PHILCO r today at the Florida Bank at Starke.
1482. ,. of Jacksonville was a Sunday had as weekend guests Mrs. Robert
visitor at the home of Mr. and Meyers and daughter of

"58 PHILCO FREEZERS !1' overall diagonal mea- Mrs. St. Clair Griffis. Jacksonville, and Miss Edna Carter -

Now yours at the price of Burement 262 sq. m tuning.- view- Miss Gloria Padgett spent the of Clay Hill. : I FLORIDA
level : Bank
ft. freezeraable Top
former 11 cu of area. fim ah woodgtorage. weekend with her grandmother, Jimmy Waters spent the week
ft. zero Mahogany
14 H cu. ,
huge cabinet. Mrs. Lige Douglas in Lake Butte end with his grandparents ,Mr. "

I Curtis and David Johns andMr. and Mrs. Buford Higginbo than One of 28 Banks In the Florida' eat Starke

I and Mrs. Levy Griffis were in Maxville.
I in Macclenny on' Sunday for a I Mrs..Dorothy Jones of Fenran- Nattenal Group

t C.: IINASWORTHY% Philco DealerCall I visit with Mr. and Mrs. ClydeGrlffith. dina was the Sunday dinner guest .

I of Mr. and Mrs. L. & Kight and

310 -E. St. Starke} Fla. I Mr. and Mrs. P., S. Campbelltaere family. MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION
Sunday dinner guests of Mr.[ Mr. and 'Mrs. Johnny Bennett




St. Mark, Episcopal 1 1Bey. iy yyyy.yyyyyyyyyYYYtY1- ,than the old one. Mr. Markhamis I and Charles.-. Sigman .in Lake But-I I FSU's all-student circus, "Flying 1 daughter: of t>. ari.4. Mrs. W. H.
', 83, still in excellent health,and'ler on Sunday afternoon. Miss High.. Edwards s ol Orange Park firifi'Mr.
.|Raymond MacBI..tn H1"NE LEVELMrs. able to do all of their yard work Welch is cf Lake Butler and Mr.I Joe Harden student at the and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell of the
Sunday Servtees-9:45: ajn, and grow a fine garden each sea- Sigman is from Ocala. The wed: University of Tampa was at home State Farm. _
I CHURCH NEWS Church School; 11:00 a.m., Morning .son. We wish them all the bless- ding was in the First Christ- i fcr the weekend with his mother, Little Kay Brady spent the last
(' Prayer and S rin>n. H. &L McRae ings of happiness, health and ian Church. i Mrs. Louise Harden. two weeks with her grandmother.

Holy, Cpmmunion-r- Sunday ..&&&&&& &&&&1 &&&&& && ,, contentment in their retirement. Owen House and children. Re- Visitors of Mr. and Mrs R P. Mrs. A. J. Green. On Sunday her
I 11:00: a.m.; Third Sunday, State Farm Boys On becca, Virginia and David, spent McClendoh over the weekend were 'mother, Mrs. Eugene Brady came
I 7:30 'a.m.Wednesday. We were glad to have our pastOrRev. Popeye Playhouse the past weekend in Thbmasville, Mr. and'Mrs. C. R. McDonnel and down from Cornellia, Ga. and
a -7:00 p.m., Choir W. E. Hall and Mrs. Hall Five of our boys who are members Ga., with his parents, Mr. and two sons of Tampa arid Mr: they retumfd'home..
Presbyterian ChurchFriday First Christi Church Practice; 7:45 p.ra., Litany and back at church Sunday..Rev. Hall of Scout Pack 70, were privileged Mrs. J. C. House.. Mr. J. C. House Wayne. Cogdill of Gai )fsvil1e'. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. G.
Bible Study. brought the message atboth ser- to appear on the Popeye accompanied them home and !s Mr. and MrS: L. H. Carmichael Caldwell, \ 'at noon on Sunday were
Adult Choir practice, Morning worship 11 Other meetings and services by vices.Mr. Playhouse in Jacksonville on their house guest for an indefinite spent the 'weekend in Mayo' with Mr. and Mrs. Mack Yongue and
.8 p. m. Rev. J. E. Sherwood, pastor announcement. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis visit- Tuesday of last week. They were time. Mr, Carmichael's father, J. D. two sons of Martin.Mr. .
Sunday Church School for Sunday School, 10 a.m. .I ed their son-in-law and daughter, Mike Seigler, Jimmy Godwin, Friends will be glad to know Carmichael.Mr. and Mrs. W. N. North and
all ages 9:45: a. m. Morning Worship yputh Churcn T p.m. <. CHURCH OF CHRIST Mr. and Mrs. Bishop Thomas and Bryan Erwin, Pete Fancher. and that Mrs. JChn Godwin ,was able and Mrs. Raymond Redding son.;'Billy spent the weekend with
"The Christian Home", 11 Wednesday Prayer Meeting, C. L. Overturf Jr., Minister family Friday at Brooker. They Wayne Jones. They were accompanied to come home last Friday from and little son. David of Wildwood relatives in Orange County. They
a. ra. Youth Fellowships.6 p. m. 7:30: p.m. Sunday Sunday School, 10 were accompanied home by their by their mothers.., Mrs. the hospital in Macclenny, where spent the weekend with Mr. and spent Saturday night with Mr
Evening Worship "The Macedonian Adult Choir practice, 6:45: pjh. a. m., morning service, 11 a m., granddaughter Miss Goldie Milo Seigler, Mrs. J. B. Godwin, she had been a patient for some Mrs. J. D. Starling and family.Lt. North's brother and sister-in-law.
Call," 7:30: p. m. Wednesday. .1 evening service 6:30: p. m. Thomas, who attended the Youth Mrs. Bryan Erwin Mrs. P. D. time. and Mrs. William H. Ed- Mr. and Mrs. L. J. North in Orlando -
Tuesday Circles l of Womenof Ladies Council. 1st and 3rd Wednesday Bible study, 7:30p. fellowship meeting at Pine Level Fancher, and Mrs. J. W. Jones Mr..and Mrs. Ogden Bates and wards announce the birth of their and were with Airs. North'saunt
the Church meet as follows: Tuesday nights. m.LAWTET. Church Friday night. and her little son Kenny. Miss Barbara Bates spent the little daughter, Cynthia Karen, and uricle Mr. and Mrs H.
No. 1, Mrs. J. Q. Caldwell hostess, Everybody welcome to each The McRae family reunion at Mrs. P. S. Crews attended the weekend in Tallahassee with. Miss born, on April 25 in Heidelberg, W. Williams at Mt. Plymouth on
9:30: a. m. No. 2, Mrs. Charles service. CHURCH OF CHRIST Dade Memorial Park at Bushnell wedding of Miss Louise Welch I Nancy Bates and were there for Germany. Cynthia is the grand Sunday.Lint .
Ward hostess 8 p. m. No. 3, Mrs. well -p .
was attended and enjoyed by
(presently meeting in City Hall) I'
Kirtsinger Jr. _hostess, 8 p. all. H' '
Bible 10 in., -
m. Edward's, Starke: Sunday Sunday- study
worship, 11 a. m. Mrs. Marie Shaw of Jacksonville -
ThursdayJunior Mass 10:00: a.m. Holyday Masses,
Choir practice
Evening Bible and her daughter. Mrs. Rus-
Young people's
3:30: p. m.Methodist. 6:30: and 8:30: a.m. Sign of the '
study, 7; preaching, 7:30.: I sel Carter of the State Farm visited -
Cross, Friday, 8 Catechism
'" p.m. I Wednesday-Bible study, 7:30 the H. M. McRaes and Mrs.
'ChurchChureh Class for children every Saturday p.. m. W. E. Hall Monday. We were CHANCETOENTERThe
9:30: a. m. Radio 'rogramstation happy to have them although It
School for all ages 9:45: St. William's, Keystone short visit at each home.
WRGR Monday, 6:3.0: a. m. was a
a. m. Morning Worship, 11. 'A .Heights (follow Hiway 21 southto We enjoyed,.' a- birthday- .. supper

nursery is provided and a Junior St. William sign Sunday Mass CHURCH OF JESUS CHRISTLATTER f ind celebration! at the home of
Church Is held at this hour for 8:15: : a.m. Holyday Mass, 7:30:
Mr Mrs. T. N. Norman on
children. MYF, 6:15: p. m., Evening a m. Confessions before all MaSs-
Services each Sunday In old April 25 for J. W. :McRae. We
Worship. 7:30.: Each Wednes- es. Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sunday irish him many more happy birthdays -
day at 7:30: prayer service and School 10 a. m. Sacrament .
Bible study.: Everyone welcome. FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH Bradford County eleg.raph'
LawteyA. Service 6:30: p. m. Everyone wel Misses Pansy and Joyce Crosbyf

At The Tabernacle- E Massey, Pastor come. Jacksonville visited their parents -
bible school, 10 a. m. i Mr.. and lilrs. L. A. Crosby
NEW RIVER vef the weekend and enjoyed
Preaching, 11 i.. m.:
Dr. McGee series
concluded a BAPTIST CHURCH the i )
homecoming at :> ayless High-
of services 'at the Tabernacle l 'last Evening Service, .7:30 ip. m. n '
Sunday School, 10 a. m. Worship Church Sunday. : .
ray I
Sunday_night, an.4 he, and .MI'3. Bible Study and Prayer Meeting Hour, 11 a. m. Evening Serv- /
McGee will continue this week as 7:30 p m.! :Wednesday. :; e; 7 p. m. Prayer Meeting end Rev' and Mrs. W. E. Hall spent .
sa'rt of last week at Jacksonville "" /
guests.be A brought Mother's t unday Day morning meSsagewill n.each program Sunday: 8 over to 8.30 station a. Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. and 'with: 'their ,son-in-law and -

and the "Significance of 'Bal P- VRGR, Starke. BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH laughter: Rev., and: Mrs. J. E. \ ,. :
tism" will be the theme Sunday Sunday School, It a. m.; morning aria i family. 9IUUU

invited.evening. The public is cordially: ASSEMBLY HIWAY OF CHAPEL GOD worship, 11 a. m.; training 'iiiTT.. .Yyyy .y yy y.;
union 7 p. m.; evening worship rsI
G. M. Osborne, Pastor
GRAHAMBAPTIST Sunday School, 10 a. .m. Morning 8 Wednesday-Hour p. in. of Prayer, sTAlE FARM
CIIUP.CIISunday Worship, 11 e. m. Evangelistic -
8 m.
school 10 a. m. MornIng Service, 7:45: 'p. m. Thursday p. 'By'Sirs. J. 0. Caldwell SMITH CORONA

Worship 11 a. m. :Training weekly grayer service. Invita- PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS -. .- -
Union. 6:30: p. m. Evening Worship tion extended to everyone. CHURCH & & & && & &&&4

7:30: p. rri,- Rev. W. O. Sunday School, 10 a. m.; Morning Birinday DinnerMr. i <
Collins, Sr., paslor. SEVENTH DAY
II -- ADVENTIST CHURCH Worship, 11 a. m.; Evangelistic arid Mrs., R. V. Turner hada PORTABLE TYPEWRITERCONTEST VL
services, 7:30: p. m. dinner in their home on Sun- ,Q QQ
GAY'SHome home Services each" ,Sabbath. In( .the Wednesday Prayer Meeting day in celebration of their little
of.S. N. Brown across from "
7:30:: p. m. daughter Kay's fourth birthday
Baptist, Church east of a
anniversary. Her maternal grand- 4
Starke. Sabbath School 2
AppliancesYour p. m AIR PARK BAPTIST CHURCH parehts, Mrs. Alice Anderson andBfr.
Bible Study each."Wednesday.' ....'..- Sunday School 9:45 a. m.; Morn Sam.'Anderson were with her
Friendly 7:30: p. JIl..Ardul Mote, pastor hg Worship 11 a. m. /Training: : at this time. The table was centered -

Union 6:45: p. in: Evening Wor- with a beautiful birthday
Norge Dealer BAPTIST'' CHURCH? ihlp, 7:30: .P._ m.. Midweek Prayer cake shaped like a little girl's
J" ...- 'Service Wednesday 7:30: p. m. Easter bonnet, with four burning
0 NQRGE APPLIANCES Sunday SChool 9:45: 'a. 'in:
Sveryo'tie ftelcbmfc.KLNGSMSr. candles. In the afternoon Mr. and

) MAYTAG' WASHERs 7:30 Morning p. m.Worship Prayer., ,}Meeting 1 ,a. ,'in. End each a z+ .Mrs. J. C. Wallace called and enjoyed ENTRIES MUST BE POSTMARKED BY MIDNIGHT SUNDAY, MAY 11
!: LAKE'MiSsitftfARY j < cake and ice cream with
COLIIfAN HF"TER3 and Wednesday, 7:30:: p. )n. -t'"Rev.: I BAPTIST them. Kay teceived many lovely
Chism past.'Everybcdywelcome.
FLooR FURNACESWe George Sa.nday"School 9:45 airi..Morning gifts and wishes for many more

; ::',r' hip 'll &:m.. fiveninService $ such happy days. ; ;
Service All Makes EVTEROREEN 1:80 pin. Prayer Meeting R. M. Markham Retires .: '
Of Appliances BAPTiST CHURCH IScn Wednesday 7:30 p.m.JEvery- Mr. R. M. Markham a native ;;T'-i-: r.'H FIRST PRIZE I .

Sunday School 10 a. m._ Preaching one welcome.-ftev. H. 'H. Mbtt, of ;Marion County came to ,Rai-
Phone 10 11 a. m.'"Training Union 8:80: pastor; ford 33 years ago and accepted a
job at the State Farm, which he
7:3: m. Prayer Handsome Smith-Corona
Starke, Florida p..m. Preaching ; p This
NORTH SIDE has held until May. Mrs. Mark-
-- --- "' Meeting Wednesday 7:30: m. -
9 p.
.. ,,. ...---b .J_ t BAPTIST CHURCH ham's home was at Carrabelle, t. ''A S
I Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morn in Washington County. Six years
ing Worship, 11 a. in. Training ago they bought a home on Rai- SILENT SUPER VALUE 146.85

FIRST BAPTIST Church. Starke Union, 6:30: p. m...Evening Wor- ford Road at Heilbronn Spring*, II. ..
ship, 7:30: p. m. Prayer Meeting and lived there until two years .
Wednesday, 7:30: p. m. Everyone go. when their house was acci- _
ii!!. Lewis p..ttaill s, Pastor 'welcome. E. C. Harvey, pastor.BAPTIST dentally burned. Six months ;4. .

Jefferson and Curt Streets ..!. In the Heart of TownPrtorrearClfffte i later with the will of the Lord, SECOND PRIZE THIRD PRIZE
HElLBROXN MISSIONARY their untiring efforts and the help
: !2M =fastorium 130 CHURCH of good friends, a beautiful new It
.. Sunday Schocn-, 10 a. m. Horning house of ccncrete block construction $35 Certificate $25 Certificate
SUNDAYSER l.ONS 11:0b A.M 7:30 P.M. Worship, 11 a. m. Evening was built. Though we love M

jobl & Worship! 7:30:; p. m. Training our old things which are always PURCHASE TOWARD PURCHASEACROSS
sJi\a's 9: AJl. TrainingUnion: 6:30 P.M. TOWARD
Union (Sundays) 6:30: p. m. MidWeek dear to us, Mrs. Markham freely
Midweek Service Wednesday1 a 7:30 P.M. Prayer Meeting, Wednes says that her'new house is nicer, OF A SILENT SUPER OF A SILENT SUPER
day 7:30 p.m. more modern and comfortable
'jj ., ... ._ u.n.... 1. Part. of. the name of the people who PORTABLE PORTABLE
A I RIEIhLY WELCOMt; : A\YAUS YOU made the first portable typewriter.
I TlfE FRIENDLY CHURCH I"I"AT I 7. .. ..who uses a typewriter for .
i Si i 7ie? Living;' Scriptures_ by Jack ffe[ min'honor i i homework can expect! to make up to 38 -

Thy MotherEx.20:12. per cent better grades. 100 FOURTH PRIZES I

;lriiitdl 8. "I ..... becoming a faster typist as
The {
perfect } (to
I type my homework, said the student
a cherished memory THE/+ SAY TWT MAW g MIGHTYHE60VRNSLMOANDSEA with the new .Smith-Coroita. $10 Certificate toward Purchase

; 10. An expression of ,laughter

'Every funeral that we conduct \ HE O'E2 WIELDS 1f55Eit M16HIY POVVEQ SCEPTER 1M4TEIE: 11. Part of the name of the company who_ of a Smith-Corona Silent Super

Ts a-source of sustaining AND TW H4NDTH4T ROCKS THE C::2AtI.E> makes the fastest portable typewriter
and. spiritual inspira- a- S _WM.J&2SSWJUUXS today. Portable 1
lira to the family. c S. .. 14 Newspapers require typewritten copy ,

,because., it's, easier to ... .... I
Hundredsof details are managed and economical 15 A- printer's measure. i

I ly attended to that billy a. ,trained 'and careful :' \ I 16. Students who ... .. to college should I
organization can perform when. the urgent need : \ '5J be able to type. CONTEST i iI
for serving is at hand.

:>DOWN \ 1. Complete the CrossWord Puzzle, fill in your name I

DeWITT C. JONES) . Z. \'ho wants a new portable typewriter and address on coupon( below! and mail to Bradford

FUNERAL DIRECTOR AMBULANCE SERVICE ?" ;.. .. Cried the crowd. County Telegraph. Entries must be postmarked J

PHONE 7 '3. He can t type his homework faster by midnight Sunday; May\ 11. I
We furnish the highest service at lowest and '
type prices, accept he can write. '
The winner. will tie determined by placing all coupons
ANY life insurance policy in force, issued by'ANY company, as : 4 ......,.who ;types his homework has .
accompanied by correct puzzles a containerand
payment hi part 'or i ra full oh funeral uervicts. Consultation more time for outside activities.
for 1st 2nd and 3rd prizes.
carries! no obligation. . 5. Pica is the name of a type .. .found drawing ,
oh Smith-Cerona portables.! 3. The first 100 persons sending in coupons accompanied '

.Yr 9. Colors of the .new Sniith-Co'rona;; portables by correct puzzles will ;.be awarded j$10

are the latest ... .- .or, fashion. certificates. purchase of Silent;; Super, as'well. .. as
4 The case ; 10. ,Describe the weather in Atlanta in being eligible for grand prizes.

.r July. .
of the : i 1%. Part ,of a wheel 4. Everyone submitting Correct\ puzzle! I hasequa1,

13. .Many years ....... ., Smith-Corona \. chance to win.

.'J.,.....:" missingcamera made the first portable typewriter.Sfiopporfunify .. 5. Drawing will.be held at l radford County Telegraph -

office Saturday, May 17, at 4, P.31. ..You
', : Special Morning Service -.. Children Dedication' : Days need not be present to, win. All winners \Vi ,be


Vou'r MTnera'stolch? ThiS'cou/df/ be> serious. :Madison Street Baptist Church I Profit -. Sharing Coupons .,6. Employees of Bradford Cpunty Telegraph ,,sand I

; > their families are not eligible to participate.
I3u!' K Cnnera FJo.ter Policy covers a1 loss'like this-as Given \Wit
\vcV' as: accid.-ntal loss .or. 'dama s.'And'losses from'fire (Presently Meeting Washington i and L Grand Sts.)

and many ethci causes. The policy costs so little, too! School 9:45 A.M.. All Purchases I = = -I ''I
Sunday = =
Less than 2; a da' buys $400 worth of dependable jprp- : :
4" r Name .
Morning ----
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tection. for all four photographic. 'equipment fromca Worship 11:00 A.M. I -- -------- I
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"INSURANCE SPECIALISTS" WEDNESDAY: PRAYER TIME 7:30 P.M. .. I Joou Own A Typewriter __________u_____ I
If You Are A,Student Give-; Parents Name iAGE
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Larry Itosin 'First prize winners celebration was followed by diIner \- and Mrs. But Patrick's small Mrs. Mattie Sowells attended Mrs. Benny. Thomas Sunday. after-
received awards bf live dollars n the grounds; Miss Cirson: chad Stfd E. Lt Cdx. 'church services it'Crawford Lake ltthf': M wcikrtveri'irift 'd'<35s 't tbe

EYSTONE! HIGHLIGHTSBy Where two prizes were awardedin was the guest of the Bryan Jennings Official Farmer's Report by I over* the' weekend and were over: Friends of Wilbur Thomas. will one arm.

I a group the first prize winners during Hhe. weekend, ViSit to George HUggins: It is ericbufagingto night guests of Mr and Mrs Wilson Be glad to know he was released- .Remember the itth' rs'' -. Day
from the Gainesville hospital services at the Long ,,Branch
received three silver dollars and Middleburg. ridtf through Heilbrontt'section Saturday night ,

Mrs. J. Russell YoungAAAAAAAAAAALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA the second prize winners, two silver Mrs. Clara Morris- bf st..Petersburg I' and' See crops' turning greed 'a 1growing Mrs. Viola Gillis visited Mr. and.' Monday. church also Homecoming Day,

and sis- Mrs.. Harley':McRae In .the Pine. Kenneth Mctt and Hughey next All welcome.
dollars. visited her brother" wen. Sunday. are
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/* *tr.lt fit TT C A t 'CI"nft Y'YiaA.. ..,
....... :- Al I Level section Thursday 01 lasiweek. yruauy in u. p. AII runeiome "'
"" -The contest was sponsored by ter-in-law Mr. ,and Mrs. R. : Makes me want to remind folks Our sen-ices at t t. Highland last

Centennial Sentinel Florida. the Volunteer Fire Department. Gaunt for the weekend.Mr. wh hi1vep stV.te ahd: cattle that visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. H. failed to hate as many
The Queen's Contest and the I The Fish Fry on Friday night Attend Course In Palatka and M 'S. Harry Dale from there ire" two jobS to'g1viMtent-' Mrs. W. E. Bigham and children Mott and R. R. Carlton over the Sunday

Centennial Costume Ball are next I was well attended and In every Police officers Walter Muhlhof-I Lake Butler have moved 'into: ion, fertilizing grass pasture "and and Mrs. Lloyd Wood were weekend. present as at the services for

in order in the Clay County Cen- way a great success. In connection er and Ray Chance will attend their cottage' 9n Brooklyn Bay worming ye'arling cattle. Grass I shopping and visiting i in Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Sorrells some few Sundays. Wonder where

tennial celebration. The contest 'with the evening's entertainment the two weeks: .special course of for the summer. '' has' been slow'during the winter -Tuesday: and baby of, Jacksonville visited they were? We will look for y&u
and Ball will'be"i held i: in Green the Club had Guest and Mr. and Mrs. L. L.'Dyal over the
Rotary as training offered by the Florida Mrs. R. E.. Baldwin, Orlandowas and is being 'grazed down close! IIi. 'and Mrs. R. A. next Sunday.
Cove Springs. Tickets" are avail- ., their guests 13 foreign students Police Officer's Association Jn. the guest last week of her: now. This makes] it mu h easier Mr. and Mrs. A. D.. Greene of weekend and baby Sorrells will
is short again
able now at the Keystone Jewe-! from the University of Floridk. Mrs. Lloyd be with her grandparents for the i Sorry the news _
Palatka. parents, Mr., and Mrs. Piper at for young stock to pick up worms: Nashville, Ga., Mr. and this week, no help again-.-and
ers. Let's support our two con Water sports were provided for I Park their home on Lake Santa Fe. Cattle 'pric.s 'are very good 'ahd Wood and Craig Wood enjoyed a week.
Grows in too busy-talking
I I anyway, we are
testants, Miss Kay Walrath. sponI'the group including boating Mrs. Walter Washabaugh has Indications' are" that prices will fishing trip on the Welaka River
from the increase in write much.
to sister to
sonored by' the Keystone lIeigl ;s v.a'ter skiing and sw'niin ng''Boab'were the number of visitors, [there returned to her home' in 'Ashland stay good for 'awhile. Good feed 'oven the weekend. WVTTTTTTVTTTTTTTTTTTTTTtCLAY

Rotary Club and Miss Mnxin? furnished' for the occasidn Virginia after an extended visit for worm-free cattle' will 'pay. Little Muriel Mann is a patientin
Jones, sponsored by tha Lions by Dr. D. M.; Christoffers, Bfrl were Head 3.745 Branch this State week Park the is fast with her daughter and So -i itaw I Remember also that' you may Lake Butler hospital. HILL 'O O

Club of Keystone. These young t Reynolds, Fjank. Walrath, Jr., Mr. and Mrs.T. J... Southerland: need me extra.ha 'next Vinter:. It'seems there is chicken pox I
of the most .
ladies, and...their. parents, Mr. and I Roy Tyre, and Wat Hardenbergn.Trie becoming vacation, -one. in popular Mr. and Mrs. William W Sager' A 'Iittle' extra nitrogen to make floating 'around Brooker: now. I I by Sirs. J. L. StricklandtAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA *
state. Commenis
Mrs. Frank Walrath.. Jr.. and Mr.and ____ _students__;-____ -renresented. n---- Canada.-_ _:-__._' _L spots.. the. L' _of. Wilminntnn.. _...v_ -_fto_. wore n___ thA____ -"ybii'....M I.>.1'AMhMJ U *fnr w& "Viav-, nrlll n A&A. 'Ka UC 4AMVtical nracM .iust received word that the little I (W WMODEJUThPO4
Mrs..Frank W. Jones 11guests be Indonesia, Okinawa, England, "the Statler"irom me guest' ,ledgers say guests last week of the Charles T. this' summer. Nettles girl has a good case butis OH. BOY.-

at a special i banquet Friday I.Panama Cuba, Colombia Scot clean and friendly of camping place areasa -improvements -- Smiths.Mr I will be glad to help you plan doing fine. The funeral of the infant HER KITCHEN ic'-

evening in Green Cove Springs. land. Honduras. cottages have been .and Mrs. William Hospers your pasture' fertilizer program Mrs. J. H. Sowells received .daughter of Mr. andMrs. Clawson HER PRIDE \' '

The Beard Contest on Friday .Awards For Poster Contest' completely renovated Nature of New York.. who have been and worming program if .youlnterest are word Monday morning that Alta Manning .was conducted at Long %

njght was won Jennings Mur- In connection with the Centennial Trails are now coming in for winter residents occupying one of d. Drop us a card or Mae Thomas passed away: in the .Branch Monday afternocn of last '
fhee. Mr. ilurrhee received a Celebration a Poster Contest some attention ,and wiU have new the Rutledge cottages, have r- phone 233 to make your 'request. hospital* at St. Petersburg. I.week by J* L. ,Strickland.Mrs. :

wrist watch as an award. The was held i in the Elementary markers. The Park Rangers are turned to their' home. A good soil test will ten you' exactly r Mrs.: R. T. McD v1d of Gaines- Jake Wilkinson and twin
School and winners were announced Mrs. Mickle enjoyed needs'. ville" is visiting Mr. and Mrs. J.
picture of Jennings and his the job, making _the park inviting Henry- a. 'what your soil One sons were discharged from the
op ,
prize-winning beard will be in at the Fish Fry oh Friday: and helping visitors to visit from her sister, Mrs.Arthur good cattleman on forty creS' of H. Sowells.Mr. .-- I hospital the last of the week and f' :

next week's. paper. Judges were night. I have a good time. Nicholson of Jacksonville last grass saved $150 last'year dn'lime arid Mrs. Earl Green. Mrs.I were at Buddy Wilkinsons: Sun

three of the visiting foreign students Ray Williams won the .prize In Coffee Party week. Mrs. Mickle has, returned ana fertilizer by following k good Mary Green, Mrs. Bessie Brown,

from the University of I the first and second grade group. Mrs. George Colgin was hostessa from a visit to Cypress Gardens soil testing program. Mrs: T.I I W. Mai'key and Linda!, day.We missed Mrs. Chism from C UXA1 1ALMb.PLUMBING h*

In the third ,and fourth grade a coffee. oq Wednesday morning and reports it is still a beautiful First case of sCrew-w rm from Green attended the Parrish reunion church and Sunday School Sun- AT ITS BEST-

group Pam. Thompson was the spot, even though the azaleas are our. community was"repotted"' 'last' at Little Springs Sunday.Mr. .
KEYSTONE at her home on Palmetto day, her mother is very ill at this
winner. Fifth and sixth grades Street. week. Please be reminded that the and Mrs. Cecil Jones of writing and she could not leave -ECONOMICAL PIUCES-
JEWELERSExpert had two winners-first prize going Hostess For' DessertPartyMrs. Mrs, Charles W. Chap- success of this program dependson Zellwood visited Mr. and Mrs. R. her to attend services. We wisha

Watch Repairing to David Schaeffer and' second Francis Egan entertaineda man and children were the recent us' keeping. the worker advised.: ':J. Jones last weekend.Mr. speedy recovery for her. See Us For Complete( JQb

prize to Johnny Cox. In the guests of Mr. and. Mrs. Arthur We have'had very good response and Mrs. Jack Jones and
Strickland Title
friends at dessert- ani Mrs. J. L.
group oJ a Mr. On FHA One
Quality Line Jewelry seventh and eighth grade 'group Chapman. to this program and'' ."e'ppWc- baby and Mr and'Mrs. Gerald
Canasta party at her home on V visited with the Carson Griffis
Walter t M. Mtinlhofer l first prize winner was Paulette Thursday afternoon. The affair Mr. and Mrs. Walter Finnegan late interest of our livestock Jones of 'Gainesville visited Mr. family at Highland Sunday afternoon Loans

second prize went to and baby son: Billy, have people. The program can help and -Mrs. R.: J. Jones Sunday.
Tyre: and was enjoyed by twelve guests. L__ ,,_ .. recently" .. > .. !' .-. ...._:._,__ __ co .... "' _H._n -- .- ... -
Registration I oeen visitors in the.home .or the I you regaraiess or the numDer or reie uougias 01 DUUUIMrs. \ uuua, __ PLUMBING & HEATING! _
For Grade T. J. sotheri nds. Mr. Finn gah anfm 1s'you Have. .J.K. Douglas, and Mrs. T. Our sister [of Mrs. Strickland 1

Registration of children expectIng is the soil 'of W. M rkey visited Mrs. Virginia Mrs. Jean Hewitt from Brattle- I'
THE KEYSTONE STATE BANK Mrs. Sotitherljmd. May11 take this opportunity to i
to enter next
the first grad
I is visiting this
boro Ver. us
Mr., and, Mrs.. Charles: Wahenius offer my thanks to Mr. Hugginsfor Beilling in the Gainesville hospital ,
year will be held at the Ke'yston
Mrs. Dottie Fields of \ tL1ritui
c OffersSERVICE Heights Elementary' 'School on are occupying their... new,home oh, his interesting' report each Tuesday night visited. the Stricklands Sunday ,
Lake Geneva. Their former home week and to each of you" for your :Mr. and Mrs. 'Howard Douglas
May 20, between the hours of 9
of this week.
and Tuesday
was.,in Jacks hville. news' Be it God's will to bless and Mrs. J. K. Douglas attendedthe evening

For Your Banking Needs and their 12.sixth Children who before will have Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Sunderland you one'and all. '. bye' now. Hill and Douglas wedding in wh r. Johnny delivered our gas
birthday Jan-
CHECKING ACCOUNT SAVINGS ACCOUNT. visited the Eugene Whittles, at Charleston,- So'''C. Saturday 'night. Saturday evening we were surprised -
uary 1959 will be eligible for
SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES this registration. their home at Ne'ptune"Beach on Vyyyyyyyy yyyyyyyyyyyr. -Mr- and ,Mrs. Lowell Douglas to see him sling those

"OANS'A Hook 'Nr Line.Walker's Sunday afternoon : and baby Charleston.. S. C. are :,tanks around with his right arm
Mss} Anna McCullough had asher I BROOKER visiting. Mrs.'J. 'K. Douglas this :the left being in a plaster cast, '
Friendly Bank in a Friendly Community Sports Center report .
of' the wreck he had
I guest Miss Alice Kelly of. Mon- week;' the
,. .
Keystone Heights, Fla. schooling bass being caught in < .
ongahela Pat: Miss Kelly left oh 'w'v** *'.* -<; *. 'Mrs. J. B. Edwards is visiting
Member F.D.I.C. large numbers in Santa Febreamare for' Cie'arwater By Barbara Sue Davis and Mrs Cliff Kelley in
Wednesday for a Mr1 I .
biting bugs-good at lill.. tfl.
fishing .
k 1. .. .. -I I ..In-h+. visit and wilT'return br plane to i.l l l& Ii&. &iiAliiil Wildwood'this week.

... .' 'U6" her.home. -* .) S .; ..t.:1. : Mr.: and MrS. W. S. Edwards

Covers At Rutiede.'s i ..Fishing Camp R. Mr. and Mrs. Robin M Leod .0! Mrs. Ruby..Allen,and Children and son Of Tampa visited.Mr': and lurEIIIIUUU
p Seat G. Starling of Opal Lake weighedin
Slip t a 9 lb. 15 oz. bass and Don Tampa were visitors" at. the. ?.. W. visited, .the-Ruey' ,Jetstone;family I Mrs. T..B. Edwards last week;
in Gainesville
the weekend.
.Sch\oeder.?olrle. over. I 'We are happy"to' have Mrs. .. -
Page of Starke a 7 Ib. 34: oz bass. J '
Mrs. Margaret Tracy has returned .Mr\ ,.and Mrs. C. J.. Tetston Verlie 'Johns living af Brooker. a -

Jj Upholstery Drapes Brooklyn A group t Work of! hearty. Detail men, consistIng from a visit of several and children.. Mr. and MrS Buck SheJ: moved here ,from Lacrosse. for Good food for grown-ups, kiddies

I r Livingston I weeks in PittSb fg. Tetstone and children, and Mr. Mrs/Jewel! Eddie of Waldo and -. Enjoy energy-packed''
of Gay L.; C. everyone.
.. and Mrs.,Ruey' Tetstone, all 'of Sharon Harrell are visiting friends fiff AA '
Large Variety of Designs and Gayle. J. A. Williams, E. L. "'l .6IPyyyyyyyyy ,3*.- .- Super Sue ce cream often.health .
S ,. lYYvvyvyyvyyv! Gainesville*, visited Mr. and Mrs.G'eorge Orlando. a' few daythis week. ;
It Materials To Select l From Southwell, Carl Carries, Irvin It's super-good-it's superior.
.., Tetstone Sunday after- Mr. 'and MrsvE.'W.; ; Hodges and .
Tyre, Ollie Wilkes, M. W. Abbott, '. a"'uA .' .k
IIEILBRONN noon. children'of Georgia, Mr. and Mrs.
CALL 239 r Marshall Gallop, A. E. Crawford, -- .- to
J Curtis Chambers and Miss Bobby
H. A. Sprow Lester Girard Jr. 4 David ,,Hughes. Ray ,Parker and

free and Sr., and Jack Newsonw tackled By lira. Harvey McCarthy p'v; Groover football stars of Hodge of Jacksonville, and Mr.
For Edwards and children -
sSHEPHERD'S the Gator Creek clearance job Miami,.were' overnight guests of and Mrs.
& &&&A&AAAAAAAiA of Gainesville visited Mr
A Mr.and Mrs. E. B. Crosby. They
on, May 3r Armed _with shovels, :were Douglas and, Mrs. Evan Hodges over the
enroute to Ga.
RADIO & TV hoes, axes, and. trimmers they Howdy Folks and a very specfa} weekend.Mr. .
took to the water and by noon heart warming greeting to-. the Mind, Mrs' .:; E. B. Crosby viSit- -
ed the R. C. Howard family in and Mrs. Ed Polk and sons I
e INMAN D. GREEN Owner I were pretty well water-soaked but mcthers all ovefothe si'orld.3one:
Jacksonville Sunday and little visited Mr. and Mrs. 'Marvin
happy with the progress. of us can eve]:'repay our mothersfor ,
Phone 239 Starke, Florida j I with last' weekend.Mrs" .
After a noon lunch at creek-' the too numerous things that Gene Howard returned home Stokes in Edgar

side the..work continued. \Our:1 they haves dorte tor you and ''m them...i_ for__:..a ..few.r. days,.t.a visit.'Ut._ ...A -. : .Fay''. .. Johnson-. .and- son .of. '
I IPRItES thanks go also to Merita Bread Or can we show too much respect 04 iVjii....aiiu. ivna. VUI11tft... : .GUIf Waldo visited' Mrana Mrs. EdPqriblast "

S Company, Ducky's, Lindsey Walk- and honor to' the fine lady, we children visited the ,Buddy Russ ? : W dn day.. ,-y ;

Rutledge's. ,the Banner Store call "Mother" for all .her years family in Apopka"l st weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Thomas

TURNED BACK and Candy's for their contributions sperit in our_ behalf. Thi$ Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Sulllvaa and Mr. and, Mrs..,Billy Beach ofGainesville AH Popular. FOYOlS! / Cones Cups.Unit,Family fc-Goffoin_
toward the lunch which Sunday is set aside for the remembrance were_ in :Trenton. and Bell on and Mrs. R. A. Hold-

was made ready by' Mrs. C. E. of pur'Mothers by the ,business, last.- .Saturday. .. et ''of. LaCrosse 'visited Mr. and ,.

Moody and daughter, Linda Gayle giving cf .flower's and gifts! antjl ''Mrs .Mary Willis returned.r : '__--., -- ---0 -- '.. ., ;"' '" .
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Mrs. C. C. Carnes and Mrs. H. A. thus is so called MotheVs Dsiy.: home after visiting the Jessie Sul- ; ;;:;; < -. $' '?' wT, < "',;.t.i 4. w.3' ":: ; :!": -" S:# >!(*&. V&tf .s -. Tt. 5- "
liv&ns :: "J.'ii\
TEN YEARS Sprow and daughter, Sara Jo. So again to' thy mother and to in Gainesville.' ;'"'! ;"J ,,r"< > ''i'Y !' t-." '''' :-r ., -:[ ..."' +\ ': '<:: i.i.F'" :" '<;'''' 'fl fnl1u", "
Mr. and Mrs. Garnette Dukes :: : Zc; .t4 '
Plans are under way for more your mother; Happy: Mot ther'h; f ,:<\ (."" '" JW .... 'y v"aft1J
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[ 'N' -" .f. :
of n 3 ># .,,
a.net sons and Buddy Ellis { ( .JG
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clearing of the creek. The mile Day every day of 'every year' be 'diSiSfe, ::\ : .V ** ,* i .
of creek mucn.We Worthington Springs, Mr. and ." ', ', 4 i'c. ,' ,. 4 ., ..
bed still has areas which cause we love you very .:.t-$ w '"' .' 'T .
are impeding the flow of water. gl 'd.ir it. H. L. Ms. Warren Mizelle; and daugh f '. "':'u.il ..4-4 ii"p': ; : >., $itJ
are .: p __e' __ .. .. '.v'1f f" ''tl "'
TO 1948 I United Church ,Women's!! Meeting! Morgan is feeling better. He returned ters. Winston Keiiy, Louise ta- .. ,.' ,. .,.,"'J ..-..,'......,.".'.-.. 1-

LEVELS! Attending the.,meeting of' the home iE&tunfa'y".from' the. wards and\ Jerry Suggs enjoyed W'ta a .'- .' ." ,,--,- -., "- -""-' ._-- ....... -.!.
i boating and swimming at LakeBiftler .. i
United. .. n.Church Women' of Florida Glendale Hospital in Palatka. v ( --p '''' 00( ', .' t) t-':'".1
next week in Ft: Lauderdale, will and Mrs. W. A Solan6'and lake Sunday afternoon.
Mr. ; .
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and O > J J'. ,, ; ,, if'! 1 ': -f l'0: / a
be Mrs. David Nelson, Mrs. J. O. daughter, Sandra spent Sundajr Mr. and Mrs. Bill Plummer T-- ; > 4' :, ;. -

RIGHT NOW you can purchase your Automatic ffimble. and. Mrs.J._ Russell in St. Augustine; children of Atlanta, Ga. were I .. #' ,N 1 .,1
: : I.
Gas Range j Land Hot Water Heater at WHOLESALE ; Young. Mrs. Young will represent Mr. and Mrs Warren, [iScobie] weekend guests of the Clyde Cone t 4 .,;<" ,. a' +' -4! J.1 I
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PRICES at the SLADE GAS COMPANY. the Community Church Womenof Kelly and baby daughter,,_ of'. :Paj- family.; '... ;, >> .1" I
i Florida as their president..The latka were Sunday guests; of. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Beach and iJ'ilt I Ir
National President of the Kelly's mother Md.Amiie Kelly. sen of Gainesville visited the J.lamiiy 'i1 : "J ry.. ..., }7 < ;
HOW CAI1 WE DO THIS We simply don'tmake -.---" ,, -i \ "' 1
\;., narrea dunoay.: '
UCW. Mrs..Theo Wedel of Washington Miss Ida Sweat and Mr. .and k
a profit on the appliance. We Ao gain a j D1.; t:., will be a principal Mrs. Robert J.6hns of'Sfta'rke were Mrs. Ida WeeEs of Alachua ,:r't"f1 tt') _:

.gas customer, and the profit we make comes I speaker at the meeting. The session weekend gueStS of relatives ifi visited the Wade Harrells last ",.w:, .'"

from 'the sale of gas each month.. ; will begin with a* Board of Jasper. ?, weejc. 4. 'j ;

I Managers Dinner orf Monday, Sunday visitors in the" Morris Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Harrell

WE OFFER { YOU a 10 Year Warranty Auto'I''I May 12and_ wtyl continue through Carter home were. !$r/&d/;! Mrs1. visited with their Jacksonville daughter, Mrs. _
early afternoon on Wednesday, Don Abanathy of Gainesville, Re%. LUcille Baxter in last _
matic Gas Hot Water Heater for 61y$1.OO _
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I May 14.The and Mrs. LingeVfelt, of Middle; week.Mr. _
and $1.00 a week, plus small installation. I and Mrs. Charles Perry of
United Church Women burg and Mr; and Mrs. Less.M-; _

t represent 17 .Protestant denomi- Cleljan of.. LaMe" y.. : Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. Bill __ I_

And for an Automatic Gas Range, where no nations and 150,000 church wo Mr. aVid Mrs.'Henry, Thornton priinmer of"Atlanta, ind Ahhette _

matches are needed we offer you the ..special I men. and family vIsited with Mr." %and, Green of Jhe TJniversiti.iof )prida
sale conditions of a small down payment and! $10 News Of The Churches Mrs. Raymond_ Parker in Jacksonville were- Friday- night .dinner. .. guests
of the M. O. Harrell Iamuy. -
monthly payments. Community Church Sunday; \
Christian Family Week will be Mr. and Mfs." .Freeman, ,Crosby'sSunday Mrs. Edna Hayes of Gainesvillewas ,
j'. the weekend guest'of the Guy
emphasized at the Family Night guests were MrsCrosbysbro4er ; ,
JOIN THE: CROWD NOW SHOPPING ,AT THE. : Dinner to be held at. the Educa- and family! Mr and! Mrs1. .Harrell family. I-r-T-U:

LADE : tional Building of the Community W. M. Ca'rmichael and their son, Nell Oliver'Of St. 'Augustine; .
Church on Friday night, May ,Douglas of Live Oak.Miss .. Frank: Pauper and friends of .
V1NN.fl1X1EiiONt I 9 at 6:30: p. m. Planned recreation I Marilyn' Cox and her 'Gainesville, 'in'd Allen Lewis aUwere NJ'-b '

is in charge of the Rebecca brother* Pearson,of the Universit'y at Lake Butler take boating '

Circle and a moving picture will in. Gainesville spent the weekend Sunday afternoon.Mr. .

FORGET be provided for the small chil- with their parents, Mr. 'and JUrs.. and Mrs:: B. W. Mott of G
dren. E. L. Cox. Hague were visiting the C. S. 1jE'B I -

Kelleys, Mrs. Mattie Sowells and and relaxed (eel!,when
St. Annes EpiscopalThe Guests of the R. L.. Morgans, Discover how you
THAT. .AT .5, P.M. SATURDAY, MAY Women's Auxilary of St. recently wereMrs.l' .Morgan's'sister 1- Mrs. S. M. Mott Tuesday.Mr. I." ;. '\1# < .. c 11L. .. '

10, SLADE IS GIVING AWAY THE, Ames Episcopal Church held :Mrs. C. B. r pir' of Jiiami and Mrs. O W. Davis, Barbara ., .h. ErrJr ELECTRICSEMrANTSprePartthemeXurrti .

FOLLOWING GIFTS their meeting at the home of and Mr. Morgan's" ..brother'and. Sue and Dickie Davis were Enereti<; eectriuppi.ml>sOently ".....
Mrs. Bailey at ,the Gold Head: family Mr; and :Mrs.: Rdy"' rgah the Sunday dinner guests of Rev. ';: '!' ,- 'I .. .

: and Mrs.. R. R. Carlton in Fair- a right tt the table! Rojtisserfea...broilers
Branch State Park. of White Sp you ,
A. One Automatic Gas Range gs .l ._ JI I r ." .
KeynotesMr. Mrs. Tate Crosoy's Sundayguest banks. waffle iron .. ario"
qt ...coffM *
Francis Clark is improving, was her brother Jess e HiH-- Mis.; Tay1orusseU. Taylor of :, right .your-taBiei M. :
B. One Automatic Gas Hot Water 4 Worthington: starren, thejob.brghtoathetabl..n11flY0dining
after surgery at the Baptist MemoriAl lard of MimiVisiting : pr .
:Heater .Hospital Jacksonville', !Jn',our .home Sundaywere Mizelle and daughter Lucretia attended cool tad- delicious" '
Mr. Bronson Rutledge has re Harvey's toother;'jflr LMiha the' funeral services of one .. tasy. .' .' '
G. One Dearborn Heater turned home from the Bradford McCarthy and his sister and family of'the twin babys of the V.: Tay .-.

County Hospital where he was Mr. and :M 's. John' StilTwell, lors in Orlando Tuesday. onstbtu
June el..c1f
For Graduates
in hospitalized following an injury. all of Fernandina BeacH." "Mrs. C. li Atkinson has returne4 z .' ...- ... .

D. $50 Cash \t' :; Miss Cleva Carson served as Here is a iZfor, yoil;Doi you home after 'yisiting.!: with her GIVE,; BETTER ELECTRICALLY I IMakJt .

one of the judges of authenic I like good preaching? :Woudyoenjoy daughter, Mrs. Joyce Castlen in 4 -

E. $25inCashEmployees costumes for the Clay County I singin'g yOur favorite Auburndale last week ; your gift list Alt year-with Ac Kont ofgfamingeUcfricdl ;;

Centennial Celebration in Mid-. hymns? Are .you 'yearning for Mrs. Reed Lewis and childrenof : .
that ideal -
gift for every ,
'appliancet- arc age
of the Slade Gas Company Yand their,.immediate dleburg on Friday nIght. Serving Christian fellowship?. ,If you answered Marathon visited Mr. and Mrs.C. '
win with Miss Carson as judges were "Yes" to these questions L. Atkinson Sunday. !i1 I occatlon and budget-real prtxntt with a future
families are not eligible to one pf
Mri B. J.Trlpl tt of Orange then Heilbroon tu* h Is the Mrs.Mattie Barry visited Mr. ; if -

prizes. Park and Mrs. Corbett of Jack- place for youlo.co'ine: for any and and Mrs. J. R. Crews and Mr. and Remember, it'. ELECTRIC GIVLNG fcc BETTER HYING!

sdhville.. Also participating in. the all services and: its .people 'will rMrs. Billy 'Hendrei In" Jackson- ;-- 1 It 4

t Homecoming of the Methodist try very hard to jnake you glad ville last week. ; '-. 4 -. -

LAbEGAS S ; COMPANY Church in Middleburg ton' Sunday you came. t" Mr. and MVs. Curtis Sands gave FLORIDA V POWER- -&. .1G.Hf! : COMPANY.4F -J$* '

when the Church"" observed the Please remember the sick in a fish fry honoring Mrs. Mattie -V.* +. HILPIN3 BUILD ''......,,;1

135th anniversary: of i its founding. our community In your prayers.Two :Blrrjr at BlJicfc Creek near: Green FLOIIDA"I

Phone 121 Starke: Fla. Mtss Carsijia\ ang! in tjie choir at of our neighbors areou in Cove Saturday night. ../
I the MorninsfChurch service. The the Bradford County Hospital.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Stokes and -


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VYYYVVYYYYYYYYVV'yYYVYYYYVTTYYVYYVYTYTYTVYYmVTYT services. Open house will be held carried out by them during the I ,

I Johnson, pastor will assist in the day. At 7:30 the service was con- at SE 'Ct r. of 4. a (If Bit .
I IS in U T. A COS
services Open house will be held ducted by the-"pastor. Rev. Mc- Lotll&Run W : add htdyhlarlingtufl 41.34
10Pt.foraPOB. -
after the at the school and enjoyed' by all. We ." ; .'r Lot 10 of Blk 2fi in
CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYBy program Kay was Run X 1C7 Ft W L. T. &: COS add Gladys Harrington 40.S4
and free refreshments will be serVed had the 'Supper and washed sOFt.S137Pt.'E '-" ., elk 4 in Temples

Ozora J. Shell)) courtesy of the PTA. Mr. feet. Choir rehearsal will 'beheld Town SO Ft.Of To FOB Lawty'In .". '. Add EJ. Lou 1. 2 EuniceAnnis. 214
& 3 of Blk 4
E of IY : Jannic Jackson S.02 : .-' .-. .,-.
Mellonease .
Jones Mrs.
s..sssS&fl& Si SAL A .ASASASASIA...... .. A AAflSss..ssflA A A ASSAIL president, each. Tuesday night, prayer : ," .
AAAAAAAAAAAAAA& m.m.m.m.m.m.m.m.m.m.m.m.m.m.m.m.m.mder Coin: at SW Cor. ofBlk. ,t. l
::: 1 Taylor, principal, Mrs. Lizzie Sullivan meeting each Wednesday night. IS &: Run N : ;, .- ',: BcK.:SU1 at of N NEU E'Cor run of .' SV3J'tS '.

Home Again direction of Mrs Grace reporter. Sis. Gladys Blye, ''reporter. 274 Ft. for a POB.Pvun .. \ 230 '. .
W 80 Ft N -. '
On Friday of last week we Long Berniece Morns, Bertis Wateroak School Allen Chapel A..1\L. E. Church 102 Ft ,E, 80, Ft '.' 1 E
passed by 921 N. Oak Street and Rcbinson and others. These three The school closing program for Allen Chapel A. 'M.; K:. Church Sl0Ft.T0POB : \V13eFt.N 30 "" "",. ;
In T. of Law- ; Ft To POB as. 22 LeU 'Buckle* 155
saw "Jersey Belle" parked in members are local beauticians and Wateroak Elementary will be Rev. L. A. Sampson: pastor held fey E wn of nY. ,. Robert. Austin I.U Be.15FtWotN "

,front of the home of Sister Laura well qualified for this responsi- held on Sunday May 25 at 11 a. regular services starting with Sunday Lot :::1-A Ex. N :100 ,... kCor.ofWof .

Whitmore and who do you think bility. The main address will be m. Pleasant Grove Methodist School at 10'a. *n. Supt Irene Lawty Ft In Town E of'RY of '_ Arthur Lf* 32.04LotflinTowu XEVi NEU Run of SE S>4 140Ft.WIOOPt.To of .

was home? Little Maude E. Ma- delivered by Prof. Elmer R. Shell, Church. All patrons are asked to Thomas in charge. The guests for of 502 '. < .

gee. She will leave Jacksonville teacher and coach at RJE. Free attend and bring friends. Special the morning included members of E,',Lawtey'E i of..N. 535 ot' .Ftof RY., I. Vf. Barber'. 220 POB..S200FtW Ft. N 200 Ft .\;- .'\';,"..: ...

Saturday at 6 p. m. via Championfor i refreshments will be served by music will be rendered by the the Boy Scouts Troop 71. Starke, Lot,30 In TMI"nnf (52 E220 ft to POB' 29 I 22 Henry-Griff. 2400

Long Island, N. Y. where she I the club. Make this the "Mother'sDay school. Pre-school children will Scoutmaster B. T. Marshall. Sr.. Lawtey., E of'. :RT'. .. FJftls Ewell: '-, Spring. Com.l: HofNE&at NE Cor. of !.: .

will resume her work for Admiral treat for your mother and graduate to first grade and third Committeeman'Elmer R. Shell runW35OFt.SlGSFt.foraPOfi .. .:.

and Mrs. E. O. McDonnell. Dur- bring her to the program. Thereis graders will be transferred to and wife. During the 11 a. m. service s-Lot* ot 33.N ,3)5 in .Lawtey Ft.Of Thence S 50 Ft. E ..

ing winter she resides in Hobe no admission and the general RJE. A Rythm Band is being developed Love Feast was conducted by .EofJtY ;. 1"0 150 Ft. N 60 Ft "": "
'Sound and Is regular subscriber public is Invited to attend. Mrs. lj.AW.ot.I\P'onS: ; 'C.C.SprtncEst. W 150 Ft. to POB 29 I 22 :1. :.L.- Gatlta 3540SQ
a at the school and will be the pastor, at 6 p. m. Holy Com, ,Side of Lot. 35 'In -, .

to the Bradford County Tele- Corean McNeil, president, R. B. cne of the features during the munion was administered. Sunday Lawtey E of'RT -' 1 A in SE Cor .- ..... "L'" .
.. __ T T. Smith 6,52 ,S. )>.1"1.. < .ft. !JW. l .lQ. /I ."..4. I .i.ntl'W..... .. fJHf ft*i. 17.02
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graph. She'ls a faithful memberof Cohen, reporter. commencement season. Greeting will be Trustee Day and Mother's LOt Lawt@y 41fl E TOwn'ofRY Or S -I : 1.0- 5 Thru bt 14 of 74 S ..'.,..:........ C '.

Mount Moriah Methodist Successful ShowerOn cards have been sold to help pur- Day. All leaders are asked to make ,W it 91 LotU In will Li I.n Blk 4ofE W '

Church and carried a group of Monday night at the homeof chase the instruments needed. The complete reports, E. J. Givens, reporter. 'Prownf LawteJ' E HayesSD&Wof Maple St. Adi.\. ..

the church members to visit Sister Mrs. Bertis Robinson a very hot lunch program.at the school "*'__. f .. OflT.: Barry Kitties 1.11 &: EJ! of Magnolia .,. c. .'- ,.. .." ..; :

Ethel Jeanette Williams; who fine household shower was held has been very successful under benezer Baptist.Church. Lot n &: 'S 1/3 of '. t.. R/W St Ad]. Ex S Jah Ras'. ". h11
of Lot .41 In Laws ,
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has been ill In Alachua Countyfor for Mrs. Queen Esther Green the direction of Mrs. Lillie Mae Ebenezer ,Baptist;: Church, Rev. tey E tlf RY A.m611.a Hurk1l4.l iUI Lot6ofllk In William rJcC *4 S 1*

many months. Sister Williams whose home was recently destroyed Riley. More than 30 pupils are I Robinson ,pastor 'held wonderful'services Lot Lot n fC 41;'in N Lawtey 113 E l . W115 Lincoln of City 8-A Tract $

condition remains unchanged and fire. Many useful gifts that in NW Cor. of "z- :t' M !
by enrolled at Wateroak which includes all day Sunday. The E of RY Piint StM, t' 5.U .

she is asking all the members and, included linen, kitchen articles, the nursery school group I wrong information was ,given,to 1/3 In''.and tfli11d'd!the'Iat. ,. ; NEK(40 E of& W.NW 40* t. ". *l H ..
friends: to pray for her .recovery bathroom articles and cash money under the direction of Principal the editor concerning the resignation 205 Ft. of 'X4*S.' I N &: S 83 I 22 Hal:. Benson" J > << Hamilton'. 10 59
SE Cor.
Com at of
soon."Levitts. were presented to Queenie who is Roberts, assisted by Mrs. L. M. of the pastor. According to In OUs SID of NE 4 Run W 210' '

!Meet a faithful member of the Car- Riley. Parents interested in enrolling well informed .sources Rev Robin- Lawter Sam rrTt 152 to FOB Cont W2S41 :i.:' '
On Sunday May 4 at 3 p. m. nation Social Saving Club mem- children from 2 to 5 years son will remain as pastor of Ebe- Lots SID 10 of, 11 In Otis S 210'N To 2101.FOB E 234'Ex. _'x .--". 4

the Sons and Daughters of Levi ber of the usher board of New for this pre-school group next nezer and,is very happy his N' 3/f of Lawtey NE" 25 I 22 120 Lee J. L.Ku.NIl'ho\sCv1 Theuns '47.48 1.11 R/W. 3-18 Lota Ex E'34 I 22 EterettWded1tfl. 1101Elk.
met at Allen Chapel with Rev.A. Bethel Baptist Church and the term are asked to contact Principal work. SIAl of SE of 41.87 Ft. of Lots't.'r..i.t:: :.t '. .

charming wife of Deacon Willie Roberts L. SWIM 25 i 22 20 Qeorp Strop; lUl! 3. 5. 7. 9. 11. 13. 15. .' '
R. Randolph. Supervisor In or M. Riley at once On Sunday the Jubilee Singersof NJ, ot 'N} Of 'y,

charge. This was special anniver- Green. A donation was also sent because the enrollment will be Ocala :presented a* program at I SW4ofsC3&: .' .' 17 83.33 of Blk Ft 3 of Ex Lots W ,

by Rev. A. Vinson pastor of New limited. Comfortable WofNWi. of I & 3 & Blk. 4 EX S F .;:, -' .\ ,
sary day at which time two new beds and hot Ebenezer and Antioch Baptist SF1 of SE% 25 I za 10 jam" 'H 13.7 _- 5.1 :
op Lots 1 Thru 6 8
members were Tead in, Sister and Bethel Baptist Church. A delicious lunch are part of the program and Church which was enjoyed by all. SW ofSE. : in Swiritv US .Lou.. -P.. Roberts'. 12 09

Brother Elmer R. Shell. The next repast was served the membersand they limit the enrollment so that During the day$67.85 was raisedat 'SE% &: EJ, 'of ef IAlnSCoT. of \ !. : t,'

regular meeting will be held at guests by hostess Bertis Rob- the children will have maximum Ebenezer Church. Nv.c of BE'4 of W19 SW14'of NWU of 2 7 22 1 Ronald"Grtttls. ', 29! 44

Allen Chapel on the third Sun- inson. Deep appreciation and comfort and the very best of care We regret that the president of swt S-3t of NE% of 25 I U' 15. Uula. Williams. Est. 11,11 NS32Ft.of That .4 *

day at 2 p. m. All members are thanks were expressed by Deacon while in school. Enroll your child our choir Sister .Lonnie Gibbs is Sl'1I 26 6 Z2 10 Robert White 1.0: Portion SEK of SWi ft SH that of

asked to please attend. There is and Queen for all the lovely gifts now for next year. L. M Riley, in the Bradford. County Hospital. Lots 1A in 10.NW 11. 13 Cor of 35 i 23 15 1I&Q"' Ja.rtIn ,11.1' lies E of Rd' S. 'I 22 t William. : Henry. Smith nu

a special 10 day dispensation for and the kindnesses that have reporter. We solicit your prayers for 'her Of SE%. of NW3 U '6 22 1 Charlie Na. utSE N'i. of NEW: Ex 4 e:- -*UfA ?
been shown to them since they Hamilton ;;/ K: of Dirt Rd
membership to the organization.The RJE School speedy recovery. %, of NFl of & W of HU Kd 4 Z 22 75 Mrs. A.: A. ttn

regular membership or joinIng suffered this great loss by fire. I RJE School will l have Bacca- Please bear in mind the correction NE%. "; 31 i U 10 Rtna Davis 1.17 ..wuuar4c.. S .
N\\ of SL I '
Anderson Junior High ;. of Com. At SE Cor of
fee is five dollars but for the -. -- laureate Services on Sunday June by your reporter Ranell S %. .. I U 10 CIgre'nceW. UI 6\VW of NEW &; .
next ten days you may join for me c. Anderson junior High 1st at 3 p. In. according to Princi- English that the pastor is not Schuler Sr run N 4(0 *'t for t. .;-1 '. ..'

School of Lawtey, will begin their giving 90 days notice to'the 1 Tract in SE Cor APOB.runW500 !II .f,"' .1.: .
$1.50. The main issue is that you pal Eddie Thompkins. There will mem- of SE% of SW4 : 1"t.Nli'tE00

are in good health. If you are in- commencement activities with an be no reserve seats so parents and bership and .will.remain with. the 1 30 ..'to SQ 15 I U 2 Nettie Robnllft lU5L Ft. S 1i5 Ft to \ :: f ".'.,, ,. .12

terested in becoming a memberof Adult Talent Show sponsored by relatives of graduates are askedto good people of Ebenezer and 'N f.\ -' of W% 9f ;. ,,-_ .. ,.' NE FOB'. ofSW'A"aU 6 z 22 1 :No.'llttoa". Jt.. : ;

this great religious order see the PTA Hobby Club of which Mr. come early so that you may get Starke. He- is, a' gospel minister NW 'of S); 11 I 32 4 WIlbur Hunter' "-, 5.1Z KK of SKii of ,. .',,. .J. '1 .

any member or Supervisor A. R. Linwood Crawford is president.The comfortable and a very eloquent speaker. We iLotinsECorof SVVU N of Kronen '. .
seats. Commencement .Nw of SWj ofSE'i'being3gF. & all NW%. of SB '
Randolph. affair will be presented on will be held on Monday night hope the spirit will remain as >4 WofIty4alI: ., '. .
Monday May 19 in the school N 08 by UO Ft. SWU of SH"4 W '
Carnation Club AnniversaryOn June 2. The Junior-Senior Prom high as it was last Sunday E" W.FOB BtiU .- of Ry&N of "T"

Sunday at 3 p. m. in the auditorium. You have heard the will be held at RJE on Friday, throughout the year Ranell, En-. 1n S% of NW-,: I Branch' I : : Sitadatill t i Jr. 10339
rest, now come out and; hear the 23. glish. reporter. of S\W!. of SE 11 1 22 AMe1I .& Dorothy SUO ,A11OfNWV of SE'. '
cafetorium of RJE the Carnation May Invitations have been Bell Howard EofRy&E'otSW3 ;. > .
Social Savings Club will hold their best at 8 p. m. Get your tickets sent to guest with a R. S. V. P. Antioch Baptist Church 1 ,Lot 30PLE1&WByh6OFtN&:: I ) of SE>A Ex I"t.:" ,. -'tjt. .'

early and avoid the rush. Commencement Antioch : \ SSA&ELO.28: ; .
Baptist Church Rev. '
request. The last
eighth anniversary program on meeting of the SInSV Ccrof A to ChriatiinaDiees ;.

Sunday May 11 at 4 p. m. sharp. program will be heldon PTA for this academic term was George Lee pastor held regular .sE i.8t. ;'NW% .. : U 1 12 6 B. L. lJarne8 10.11' : 6 & Johnson' 7.n

All participants are asked to be Rev.Monday Pelham May will 26 be at the 8 p. m. held on Wednesday with President services an daySunday.. The W NF1 1ot f ". W'.of" :. I. 11 5 22 1S Roosevelt TrsonIUI Com.E%at of NW SWVi Cor ot'of ......" / ; ...,. .5NE&runE460 k

at RJE by 3:30.: Clubs have been guest Marion Dell in charge. She thanked morning message was delivered S2/3ot: 'SW.f l. .:.... hT" .
I I speaker. The May Day activitieswill all who had by the pastor, music by the:choir. 'NW'i ... 11 1 U 27 LerOy Den U7 Ft8308 Ft W "' "
persons cooperatedto 1. .
invited to join in this eighth an-. take W 220Ft.. .tlf. 'NEIl 431 Ft. N 235 Ft '. '\
place on Thursday, May make this a successful year and Sister Gertrude Carter, president. $W'14 : 11 I U t Dorthy' lennie .aS To POB' I Z 22 $ AzalsotqI; i.,.' 22."
.niversary of the Carnation Club. 29 starting at 11 The Beat Ft where
a. a
m. gen- A '1 Hall.
hopes that next term will havea During the
we evening service the
'N."Zn 'ft it'SE' WR/W of St. RD
As a special\ feature a style show eral public is invited to all these : ..' .
larger membership and more sermon was delivered by Rev: Of' W'i>r..EL .. .. _. 100&S: BDRT ..
will be presented by the club un- activities. C. C. Anderson princi I activities. E. M. Kennedy report- Boykins of aboul'10 an E'endflo of NEi ofSEINT&runN9t>"4' .
Jacksonville Other :
pal. C. Johnson reporter. CvlnC1onIi : '. 1 ':"
-, ono!:ta; .InnlnHoH'.._._ _.... Daw. anJ Hf.... Li..wson ..IIIs: ::: N5X&Ei'iAin SWLY 228'. ELY : 1
C---- WV Sfl nsa. i
Thurston School er.Church 349 to Fob 1$
2 Ii fe Cecil: a&ri;i 6."
The annual sermon of Thurston NewsBethlehem Arnold, Rev. and Mrs. Munifordof SW: Cor. \ -21 S 22. I .AprJ. Murry'. ll'.8, Beg.atlnt.of SLY ; ,. .0
;" '
Freewill Baptist Green ', -r R/W of Co Gr Rd .e- "
THOMPKIN'SGrocery School will be held at Ebenezer Springs. Rev. and LotS of BItZiU 4E BDRY of .....-.. .t, '.'

Baptist Church on Sunday May Church Mrs. Bright''of Lawtey, Rev. and Sunny Acres S/D Alberta. Tyson. 1 14 SW of XE'#. .<_ ,,'" : .
Bethlehem Freewill Mrs. Collins Lot 4 ofBik Sin SLY on ELY '
Baptist of Lake .
Butler .
Store 18 at 2:30: p. m. 15 pupils will Rev. Sunny, Acres. <. Robert Dell it *.14. BDRY of SW. 4 -ofNEU. : Vt; ;:- 't' .
finish the fourth grade and be Church Rev. L. McKay pastor Murphy Deacon Dommon of Calvary That Portion of t": t. S101 WLY .".-- --:-J., ,. i' :

225 Lake Ave. Lawtey held regular services on Sunday Mother Lula Singleton arid -KW'4 'of. Blk 1 M l PAR. liD ..310
transferred to RJE.A very good .SR3w& that NLY 210' ELY on ...'. .
starting with Sunday School Deacon Rev. Robinson of Ebenezer and '. Rd 2)0' To '
Portion of
speaker has been SH'i of '
secured for .
This Weeks Specials the S. W. Newman in charge. The Ocala Jubilee Singers. A'spiritual BlklNofR'"W .'r. '. : POB 20 '7 23 1 F. E. TUQO S 9.52
sermon. The general public is invited that lies in NW% NEU Of 8WU 20 22 it Uri-aKt-Newby 8154 1 1of
Young Peoples Department meet- feast in gospel, prayer, and song of 1 GeorgtLewts Carter 1.11 _
to attend. NEI n
Mrs. S. C. Price, IG 21 1 Lots 4 & 13 S/D'ot .
Smoked principal D. B. Jackson. teacher. ing has been changed 4:30 p. was enjoyed at Antioch. Sis Arata. All .W%' ofElk.. "S Not NEof '1, '. :
S of R 4 W E S .
BACON lb43c m.: The program was beautifully Williams reporter. W of NWU Ex Rd 29 : 12 2 demon Alexander 9.37
Hampton Training School I LIneof NB .
1 Let 62% Ft. SQ in .. ; -r
The school closing at of STemplt's I. ''" *455 SECorofBlk9 :. .
program NOTICE
SID 6 Rufus R1 1 i '
Z1. U ;
.. Wrights Add DwLtt-Wiiltau'
30 I 22 1324
FRYERS .Ib. 37c Hampton will be held at Macedonia Notice is hereby 1 Lot.n SW Cor Lot 10 on Lakevlew .
given that the :
following deRcribed lands will b
Baptist Church on Sunday public auction on the 30th day, of May 1958 at sold at O4B5SoCR3W1n "'. of Crystal Lake "... .
starke' the
C Of
Vi>tjr Brad- ,. "
ford. State ,Temples S/D being .1. '. ;! Homesites of .
of .
Florida n an
the "
Southern May 18 at 5 m. Special music toRy amount due for taxes herein set oppogtt '
p. Approx. 132 E If
to the Un-recorded deed 19.52
same, together with all costs of 10592t60 John ; \
such ale ILCCOI'dCoin. .
and .
advertising. W..C.
W. by 100 N&S 21 S 22 .
Lot 22
will be presented by the school on Lake.
BREAD loaf 15c Dt'licorlpti.. s.. T. B. t'! '' --fl. SE Cor' of : ., : view of Crystal "_ .
group under the direction of Ann Owner Taxti W% of Blk. '( 3 ". ." '. Lake Homcfrites of '. .'
EofNEEr .. of R'3,W Temples .
an Un-recorded deed Jack a Blount 794
MANY MORE WEEKEND Supervisor Shell. The address Drainiage Easement S/D.andrunNto Lot 65. 67 on Pine _" :

RIW 31' ZO S line of NEU of t 40,42onOakof J i. ...
U .
will be delivered Alfred V. .
Chester Shellof
SPECIALS! by EYerett te.2
Lots U, It of BIle. SW%, Con.- N 165 .. Crystal Lake Horaesite Mai. 'Dttbert B, 25.31William
Hawthorne. He is a great civic 2911k Town of Ft.forFOBRu2 h1.rtl.y.
Free New River "-" E 50 ft N 271% n 1 Lot49&Slon Oak ,
I Delivery educational and religious leader Lot f of "Si* 32 *.C,.'" Jb1dr.e.HI.n w 100 ft s mutt ; .' :. of Crystal Lake ..: .t .
I In Town of New N', 130 ft. W Homesites of an ,
and Is considered one of the out- River 23 2t 1 21 50 ft. S to POB 21 < 't2 2 D. PTjam! Un-Recorded Deed H. Malkk 1374
Jessie Sewell Est. 6 S2 ,, uaet .
.' '
s1 of w1.. nf .. Lots SO &: 52 on Oak <' .. : '
1iW -" -- Sf Lots t. 7 of Blk. 20 6.12Lonnie Crystal' Lake -". : .
I 10 ,
11 Queen Esta G.ntllng f.Zf ila. Powell i
One Qt. or Cal. Free with Every One You Buy. Lot3Ex. 15.7A I In N.Reno SID' Willie Homestlea of an
to Ernest Edwards Lofl&ZofBlkU ?-11 Un-recorded Deed .. L.. Eo"Gibson I t 1374Jamee
Because We Eliminate The Middle Man's Profit. &EofN4 of In -Reno:S/D I .. ; Flower Lot 28 &: 30 on .'. ..i.. :. ';
14t4&Lot: 5&: Lot 5, 22 of Blk. 'I 03 Cypress of Crystal .. .
S4OfLOt&N In Gahagan S/D.. : rt' Lake Homesites of
Rol-Latex $6.98 3/t of Lot 7. I.: ,. Let8ot.Blk1' : J: An Unrecorded deed P. Adi "' 1S.7

Cal GAL.FREE .. 10 I I It 335 Bigham EnterUUO Ez in Gahagan RW S/D AaJ'On' Hollejr, S.<42S Lot of 34 Crystal on Cypress Lake t. .' : :' 5

prlsH, Ine.
Homesites of anunrecorded
Lots I, I, 10. 11 of Lot 3 or- Blk 2 V : : Lwmon'William ;. a.1. deed C. Scott .: 1: Ut
MARY CARTER PAINT STORE Blk. 1 In Ward Gahagan S/D Levy ;'; ;
Lots 8, 9. 10 of Blk Lets3l& 41 on .
City 7.11 '
I t II .
G. H. Parker UZ Wesley
501'N.. W. 8th Ave. Gainesville FR 67588That's OneLottO I"tN 2 .In Gahagan SID Cypress of CrystalLake .
&: S by 100 Ft. E Lot 19. 23 of Blk $ Homesitea of '.,; .
an un-recorded deed U. GrlTfli 13.74'Juui
1 &WInSWCor: &: Lot 12 of; Blk CoI151. 381 r. Rooal4. .
Hamp Lots 49 & 51 on "
of SE of SW% I II. 1 0... Eo Greens ".It 3 of Gahagan. S/D... : Cypress of Crystal ._ .
1 Lot .10.of BIle 3 la.Gahagan '
A '
SW COP s .' Green 1.11 t. ,.
., Willie Lake Homesitea of 1
of .S/D .
SW1i of
... l\'W% an un-recorded deed m..Lester 1S.74
NofRd&W Lot 11 of Blk t toGahagan 1.14 ,
of Parker
Our Business William W Lots 5( 1:61: on < ,
Yiii Ditch .14 t It 1 i:. Z.. T.ttona ,. ;.01 SID Cypress of Crystal
W Com. at NWCor, -
Ul3 Ft. fEofNW& .
Lake Homesites of
I, If It's Glass We Hare Iii! ., SWK .of ,tSW* ,: un-recorded deed It. Clark 12.74
All W'J of NE i ;..t .1- ', Run B 350 Ft. for .T. .
& 'on
Lota (0 (2
a CALL WRITE or VISIT of SW% N of River POB N 100 Ft. B ,. Cypress :of Crystal .
Ex 2 A To Clay 0 Ft.-8 100 FtT Nat Wflliaaa\ 11 1 212 Lake Homesites of ._ .Zo ,_
.. Elec. Corp. 11 t 20 IS 1. C. C1UOfl1 .. 24.23 W 50 Ft to POB. I ., 21 an un-recorded deed : FS.p..;Clark I 18-74
Beg.: at SW-Cof-6f "
E4 of N% of SE1 ,
Joe Peters Glass Co. '
: .
Of NW !5' U It 1.' H.' AJ4redro. ,.O NWU of SWM.,4 Lots 64 k 16 on ,
% Undivided Tnt in .: ," :. .. Run B along H ', A- I ft Cypress of CrystalLake .'* .
SWtA otSE Sec.' Line 510 Ft. .
& Homesites
FOR ANY GLASS NEED AU SF14 of SW for POB. N 200 = U.74
,. an un-recorded deed V.: C.8t*wart.
We Design Modern Store Front* E of Hard RdtC .., ----i. Ft.E.SOFt., S Lot 9 of Lake Bed- : '" .
All SEl,4 ct SW1 hOOFttoSec. ford Shores JTWlon' Eaton Jr. 281
Just Mail Us A Pattern for W of Hard Rd Ex Line W along 14 LetS'ofBlk. 04 .: '
that Port N of GR Sec. Line 50 Ft. IA.LIiM.. ... .. {l 1.12 .1/20 Int. in Tract .
Table Top Rd and ex. W 2 It 2S I It n.. W. H. Wainwright. :1.31 To POB U'' n E of Bedford Oaks SID /Sfalder ft Wlndham t.n
CO L at. NW .COr.ofSWIl '
1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville, FIa. Phone FR. 2-1353 W'jof 5E of of SWU &: EofLotl0&Lt 11ofB&A1t.: '

NN I4 n I U It BUek- Jones ".n runS2lOftElOI : Pleasant SID 13' 22 Heltn Wens A ". .11
Beg. at lot. of Crosby :. 'ft for POB-run S : : : &snk& Rudislll
Lake Shores 0\ .. 100 ft E 259 f t. N r Ltrint. Tywa. Et Al 1I.6S EofLet4B1kC '.

N Line ot SW%, l>- 100 ft W 259 ft ta .' Mt Pleasant SID Thomas. B.....Drat 1.11
of N24. SLY along POB !2" t> .. Tract 1 B ML .. i'. .
Lake 105 Ft. .."- W3/4 of NWH OfNKVi ; : Pleasant SID & 1 5 .
ELY Par with N _. _-_ ft all Eof J Lot in SB Cor. 'q.,," .,' '.a: r.
LineofSWof = -' Sfl'ofNWN Ii' of NW 4 being .
TAKE "- -- ., I S I'
NOTICE NEI.i UO f1. NLY. : ; ;'. ofRd&Nof: -' llf.10 NicS. by ; :
IOSFt.tONjjne SE'4 .of NE14' ft .. 4H.18'' E&W J'.4 BtarUni'f.! Sawyer Jr. 1917

of SW% of NFJ1i : ..;. . I W% of SWH' Of Com. at NE cor of 1. i ... ...
W to POB II u. a lIUtOA N..CilmaJ'.u.u. I NHK N of,Rcl. 24 2 t2 Beg. At l\'E Cor. of ,. for POB Cont. 8 .
NEof" W4& .. I of NEt{ of SEt( 100' W 44*' N' 109
Jackson's Livestock Market is YOUR Run SWLY 139* .. ... : ".., of NEVi II S 11 Jo E. Thomas 159 E-446' to POB IS' 22 Pan!. I'. .Hoffman 21.99
Ft. for FOB.SVLY .' LotS ft: NH Of ': '
210 Ft. W .. '<" ;I'; UtofBlk-Bin Com at KB Cor of "- .. ... .:. .
Market with Lower Commission Rates. 210 Ft., NELY 210 Blanding 'SID D. L. Thomas 120.70Lotl&7ofBIk2 SW4: run 8 170 '.';
: For roB Cont. .
.FtELY : .
f Ft. : : I. .*. .
.. 9 :
To POB lUI In Dowiinr Park S SO WHS' NfiO .r
1$ f 11 1 )In.iEa.te-'lorpa- SID Ex SLY 14' Eurr F. Stokes 11.17 EUII' T0 POD 11. tt 'Mary E.-.g&anu 2M

EST. ,:. Lots S ft 7 of Blk 13 .. .,. '. Et Al ,
When you bring'your Livestock to Jackson's Market I Lot in In Cor. "" '
Of Lot Ii being '' In Orig. Town Stark .' Un. W/T.:, Marshall 140.07 S 74ofN 2*2f of .'t ..
3&1.5' Lots 1. 3. of BIk 1IELWSFt&EZ-. "' NWofSEEz.
SQ In Wood- I
it has the very best of care and is sold for the Inn II." ELY 275' and Ex. :'W.+ r
11' II N. H. Starlin .
.. ., NUFtnfLot t R/W 13 S 22 LovM* CLF.""T 11.16
<4. N200ofWZ/4 of .. '..' .
SW'otLt14 In in' Orl* Tow of '. ;
Woodlawn Starte CuilUtcb. : l IUI of N% of NEK. !t. 22 II. -Alfred E. Walker Jr. II.3$
11' II ::1 Carlton ..0.. Vi111aiI I.U .
HIGH DOLLARYou = Com at SE Cor of J.
Lots 3, f, of Blk. 11 '
Nh'I-I : '
In Lawtey W of 1 tt2i Ft .: 'u. ,. NHU run W 56* ;
RJ' Nettli ,Co Imlth I.It 5by6't' fi ft.W.toTJB ,:. : :. For POB. N 1320'W55' _
SofBlk .
251i '
Cor of S12I7', -. '
can always rest assured that Jackson's Livestock Com.Lawtey W of Ry' Geofgs' 1'" Young Its 'Lot C of Blk. It u*:. .' S BELT 11.5'. E lI.i' 5 Y1' ; at Point
a at '
Cor. of St. St & ,orir. Town', of. '. 1 To POB 24 t 22 K'J1tcm.. . **. I'>4
; ,
Market will work for your interest. The Big Sale is on Lake'v Side Av On M .. I : Stark' -- ; $. .C. Holliagrwoni 1319Eat. Com NE44 at run SE WZ3.i'Cor of :"; ,. ."
of 8t. St., '. r SPOB.Nh185'.WLY
I ,B SO Ft:: of Lots i NWLY 111.5' for .
Run N 20 Ft., W. ,. ,

.Wednesday' of Each Week 10 Ft.. S. 20 Ft. E :'' .. .' Town 4otB1k22tnOr1 of. Stark*. Leon Dtcutdio 100.SS on N Line 55% SLY ...
10 Ft. PAR .
with .. ': : .
ESS-:Ft' of Lot Sol. 1100 BELT 103 to
Lake Avfto- POB ". ; ._ S Blk.'15 to:U' T'* '. POB 24 Iti 12 C.. C-H 144
: !
COME AND SEE US W of RY ,6.Peul oRttaLot .ll.1f 2944 52$4PtefN42l -%
;a .:L : _, r, Cos.:SID > Enoch Tysoa '
Ft.01 W'4of
II 9 In Town fIl ,.' ,. : ,. Wof.LotS'4 of Blk 27' to 1.1'" r -- .' SWU of SW 4 of ',' .,. i.

JACKSON'S LIVESTOCK MARKETLovett LotZinBlk Lawter E of lIla RJ' :.. Ia.m.. Crawtort. "f.tI. 4,,CorS/D I Fraacet Slocma 1.11 1Io'W'4 9 22 I Jobs f.lchartionITazel 1.11
I -S William Lot 3S in Indisn4. '
In LawteJ' E of tj t-. LoU. ,.. 4. ofB1k:41nWT. : "' ; Beacla. GoodtOatrric 10171
RY. Harry MIttIea.1: "-.1.'S': ft COS \ : CoptiedS.
Jackson Owner Bob Cooper Auctioneer One Lot 180 n. E :: .' 1S1 .
I SID tint ft, LOTBU V. .1+.to &; W by nt ft. N. .. ." r. ,- .' .. .. Jackson. Kicks J. R. KELLY. ;.... ? .
Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR 6-7211 Lot1T.5&SlnSWcor.of 12. '" TAT COLLBCTOR. _
Lou It. IS of>> .Blk. I
i FtIn l.&wtq It in U T. C03' BRADFORD COTOTT, FLORIDA

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