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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 2, 1959
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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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>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Plot CofC Membership Drive'I Top $$300,000Property firms announce Joined a forces boat Starke motor this business weekto and I Berry Crop ( With Loot Valued At Close To $$2,000Jittery


Plans for a one-day whirlwind Junius M. Smith. Standing (11-rJ] i|a breakfast meeting in the Garden trailer ve-awal to some I I

Chamber of Commerce member- !C H. Nasworthy E. L. Matthews, Restaurant Tuesday at 8 ajn.
lucky person trading in a cooperating 1 Starke merchants and harassed city and countyI
ship drive were perfected at a ; Freeman Register Jr. Nolan First prize for the man getting transactions in excesscf 1I I Another 1.65 inches of rain
store between now police officers can rest easier tonight.
luncheon meeting in the Garden Woodburn Rcbert McIntire, Guy the host memberships will be a $300,000 were announced this. and I falling on the county Wednesdayand I
July
week with the sale of the 28-umt 25. : A major wave of B & E's that saw 10 business places entered -
At-
Bob
Restaurant at nocn Monday. Andrews Henrdy Norman cuit: of clothes and first prize fcr The merchants Thursday struck a low blow
will start !
tending were: 1st row U-r] Carl Willis and Cljae Terwillegar i|I toe women will be an equal Temple Motel on U. S. 301. and riving tickets with I to B/adford's strawberry crop with losses estimated at close to $2.000 in a week's

Johns, Mrs. Marguerite Hall, Mrs. chive chairman. !|mount of ladies wear. The goalis the W. H. NollmJn property on week. purchasesthis that was just coming out of the time may have been broken with the arrest late Wed-
West : I
Guy Andrews Sam Zack. :Mrs. The drive will be kicked-off at ) a hundred new members. Mr. Madison and Mrs.Street.John O'Sullivan The 14-foot Lone Star boat. kinks after being drowned under nesday of one 18-year-old white boy and two juvenile com

,17. inches of rainfall recorded
in '
announced the sale of their motel 15-h. p. Mercury outboard mo- I pamons.I milks.

Here We Go Again to Mr. and Mrs. John Schultz of tor, and Champ Trailer have I March.As Held in the county jail on evidence ,
Stern's Senice Station
II I Tuesday -
I the rains let few days
Festus, Mo. at a figure "in excessof a retail value of $786.00. up 3r,, linking them closely with ,. night, broke out
in
$200,000." i. before and after Easter. growers '!'at least two of the B & ETs are ,. wmdow pane rear

Mr. and Mrs. Schultz are taking, harvested 1333 crates of berries I Wiley A. Brewer and two 16- and unlocked door messed -
for an estimated return of $14- things up generally looking
Race Track immediate Sees :jear-olds whose cannot bejd'sclcsed I II -
Divvy possession of the prop- Morgan :249.60. names for money. ate pork and beans
erty. Mr. O'Sullivan said that he I; unless their cases are \1cnna took
sausage cigarettes
: Monday wa the biggest day solar
and his wife will possibly taKe a transferred to Circuit Court.
sod other goods: damage and loss
this season when 755 crates
world tour and have no plans Schools In Need I were sold at the Staikt Market.Tuesday's .' The three white youths were estimated at $100.
after that.Purchase. arrested Po-
.: Wednesday by City
: total was 477 crates Suwannee Store Sunday night
Slated For Rehash of the Nollman prop- lice. One of the juveniles who
and Wednesday brought 326. Last j entered through exhaust fan at
erty by John A. Torode for $90-, Of I.1: returned to Starke" about two
More
of
000 was concluded Wednesday af- Money Friday the Market hahdled 355 months after term rear building: took cigarettes
ago serving a
crates, and Saturday 80. dry goods, .22 cartridges and other -
ternoon. Besides
the .NoD man I f i u> the Industrial School at Man- <
Prices have ranged from $6 tO I items valued at from $400 to
Who needs the the home the property includes about I| had knife in his
anna a
posses-
money
Work 5600 and .32
ten other rental units known on .county school projectsgot $3.20 per 24-pint crate, with no a automatic pistol
as
"mostest" will be the mcot ques- I fion that was positively identi-
'Nollman under way again last week terries selling for less> than 25 scattered pea seed and other
tt Village. It is. locatedin
tion when hospital trustees and I fied by W. A. Stern the
a aster rainy weather as among tuff around
had put the has store: apparently
I the block between Madison and cents a pint. The average I II
School Board members together missing articles taken from his'
get .
jobs a rrew
month'behind where
Lafayette: schedule. been slightly over 30 cents. keys'were kept and
Streets that wTTJ be cut i
with the Board of County I (service staticn Tuesday night.
I j School let
Superintendent themselves
H. P. out back door
of fruit
I the The quality was good.jI
diagonally by proposed rerouting 1
Other articles stolen from Stern'sjwere
Commissioners at 10 o'clock Mon-
\. 'f"o of U. S. 301 south from I Morgan said there was still a Wainwright said and he was I I putting keys back in place. Left
day morning to discuss ; left in the Guidon Grill
a proposed -
the courthouse. Torode has also good chance that the new Starke I pleased over the fact that all I I behind one neophrene glove
change in the division efBradford's (another place entered Tuesday
elementary schoOlfour ,
Doyle The
l; purchased the Swinyer classrooms buyers were operating at the platform I II Cleaner. Sunday
property
race track funds. ".,- I night, thus linking the youths ,
along the same proposed re-route and a cafeteria at Lawtey for the first time Wednesday -| night. entered through exhaust
The invitation to meet was issued for $10,000. Jr. High, ,and' .three, new classrooms -j i I and no berries were sold in with these two robberies, police fan panel; took old pair of men's

by the Commissioners who Torode local Shell Oil distributor at RJE High would be finished -,the field. said. shoes, small amount of change
in recent weeks have said they ; Hardest hit in the series of !
by i ficm unlocked
September. cash drawer flashlight -
will lose one service stationon | "This insures the growers top
are faced with a choice of getting I 1 thefts that have the'
West Madison if 301 is rerouted Work on the BHS auditorium i wises" Wainwright said. "When plagued tnd 10-inch file.
more of the race track money or had just started town in the last seven days was Brownlee & Chasteen off
according to present plans, and I when the rains 'all berries are brought to the (1I pried
raising the county's tax levy. said he purchased the property to came. Parker Const. ''Co. of Jack-market it creates keener competition -i I the Brownlee & Chasteen ware-, Piece; of tin from west side of

Also invited to attend Monday'smeeting insure having sites for future sta- sonville has.a"'one year. calendar I among buyers and the house where a safe was cracked,}|building to enter: knocked combi-

are Sen. Charley E. Johns contract on this job. l growers benefit"Wainwright probably Saturday night, and)I|nation dial off safe and showed

and Rep. Doyle E. Conner who tions.Mr.. and Mrs. Nollman lave ,pur- "The present building program said that due to from $700 to $800 in cash was: some skill in lining up tumblers

may be asked to introduce local chased the dM Truby home on N. should have 'us in good shape to; the increase in volume Federal I Ltolen. I, to open lock; took from $700 to

legislation to change the present 4Y Y Cherry St. from W. T. .Jackson handle any increase In fall enrollment. inspection was started at the' Lat.estictims were the Guidon $300 in cash, and overlooked more

CO-40 split between School Board and will make it their hone. They .- Morgan said. market Thursday. "This means'Grin Gib Brown's Service Sta- money that was in safe; departed

and Commission. In'addition lo'the tion and W. A. Stern's Service': through side door. .
have up to six months to vacate jobs'presently -(that top quality berries will bring ,
Under the present act. Bradford their present home.: J I under way the school boardis the top prices" he said. Station, all of them entered : J & J Building Supplies. Thursday ...

County Hospital gets the first r currently advertising for bids The manager said that one new Tuesday night with losses of cash night. March 26, forced 'way

$15,000 in race track funds coming r ,' '( (.in-.d-ewirings* relighting- the buyer Bob Smith of St. Petersburg and 'goods reported. through three lockeddoors 'to

to the county' annually., IS FISH YOUR DiSH? BHSSplHs. Ilampton.school, tile work in the started operating on the Other establishments that were enter officer took ,about $21,from

Everything after that is divided, t Hampton and Brooker schools market this week. B. W. Peele of entered during the past week include drink machine, roll of stamps.

yd with 60 per cent going to the Representing almost 40 pounds of black bass, these four .With BaldwinBHS and certain work on the sciencerooms Chadborne N. C. is also buying; Doyle the Cleaner. Suwan- crew driver, hammer; about $5

School Board and 40 per cent to I cf Bradford High. as well as the local buyers. Mor- nee Store. J & J Building Sup- from Starke Credit Bureau of

the Commission. This year the king-size specimens were caught :Monday morning by L. B. II I Tornadoes rode home Supt. Morgan said the county ris Carter E. F. Miles Luther plies Starke Radio & TV Service fice in same building; poured out

School Board has allready received (Red) Alvarez (left) and Ford 1lanningith black eel bait in from Baldwin with, a satisfying1 school: system is In fairly good d!nilli rd. Johnny Cowart and I Lawson's Grocery & Market glue and messed things up gen-

$46,800 in race track money Hutchinson Lake. Weight from left to' right (of the fish thatis baseball win under their belts last financial shape at present. "It is:1 Millard Judd. )ard the Greyhound Bus Station.I (nll .

the County Commission $31- ): 11 Ihs" 8 oz.; 9 Ib..., 7 oz.; 9 I....., 5 oz.; 6 Ibs., IS oz: Thursday night. (/ tttter'now than in 1957. but not Wainwright said that planting J An attempt was also made to enter Starke Radio & TV, Thursday

?00 and the Bradford County : They rode most of the way at ?as good as 1958," he said. "And operations were in full swing but Houston Service Station Tuesday -i night, March 26; broke through

Hospital its set sum of 15000. any rate. Their/school bus stalled things are going to get worse if would be slewed down again by night. I i rear door; took small amount of

It is believed that the Commissioners Court Debate Team on Temple Av/-nue at Brownlee the legislature doesn't help us the Wednesday-Thursday down- City and county law enforce- cash, letter opener: broke open

will suggest a return to Higher Street and thf-: players cheerfully this year." !I''pcur. ment officers held an emergency i drawers and dumped contents of

the old 50-50 split when the three Leaves For MeetIn rushed it around the corner and Morgan continued, "When the meeting in Sheriff Reddish's office filing cabinets; messed up things

groups get together Monday. down the street until it started 1951 legislature voted 18 millionin i Wednesday morning to lay m repair department with pres-

to several factorsas Upholds Drys again.Armand'. sales tax I Furrized paint.Lawson's .
They can point LouisvilleMembers monies for school Tag Sales Set plans for coping with a situation I
an explanation of their need Rivers pitched a masterful usage, it did not take increased I that had assumed serious propor- Grocery & Market;

for additional funds-their par- forir-hitter in the .season I enrollment into consideration. Friday night. March 27, through

ticipation in expanded Chamberof In Union County of the BHS Debate opener a t Baldwin. He struck out. The money is divided among the Record HighTax tions. I rear window; took hair tonic,

Commerce work, the new coun- Team and their coach, C. L. Over- 11 and walked none as he scattered counties on a teacher unit [one Following is a brief rundownon flash lights, chewing gum, and

tywide recreation program and the Baldwin hits. teacher for each 27 studentsl Collector J. R. Kelly reported the places entered and a par-I ether articles valued at $100.
turf will leave Friday for Louis-
the much-discussed shortage Two courts have held that dry Catcher Calvin Pace led the V-0]I basis. In 1957 we received $550 I a total of 4,782 auto license tial list of things stolen: Messed things up looking for

brought about under the new system forces won the disputed election I ville, Ky. where they will competewith rout with two hits in four time I per unit. Due to increased enrollment -I tags sold by his office I Gib Brown's Service Station i money; left screw driver oni

of sheriff's office budgeting. Union I teams of some 50 other high and two runs batted ilL the unit amount dropped to I'I through March 24. Tuesday night, through: rear window i i counter; cash register was unlocked -
jin County but the sale of ,
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School Superintendent H. P. schools in the Southern Speech Baldwin's Williams pulled neat' $475 in 1958., and will be even: This is 318 mere tags than were tore open all vending ma- I and contained no money.

Morgan said yesterday that any I vhiskey continues there pending I Tournament. Members of the turnabout Tuesday when he rationed lower during; the 1959-60 fiscal I I.sold by the same date last year chines containing an estimated>| Bus Station Tuesday night.

loss of race track funds "will seriously -, an appeal to the State Supreme team attending the meet are Judy out three hits and set the '101'- year if some,*:'adjustment is not i;\ when an all-time high was set. $120: also took an old 32-20 I1 I March 24; came through adjoining -

hurt us." He said that since I Court. nadoes down 8-2 in their .firs''t made by the, upcoming Legisla. >There has been less income from Smith & Weston pistol. Left two;! restaurant and climbed over

salaries set under I Kelly. Mary K. Wainwright. home game. sets of tracks one large, one partition separating bus station
teacher are : Last Friday the District Court ture. i tags sold this year however. Kelly -
the state's minimum foundation Franklyn Ritch and George Pat- W. H. Johns paced the feebU e I email on ground outside window.I j cf f ice. Got small amount of cash
Morgan said the Florida Education | reported. On this date in 1958I
,of Appeals upheld a previous Cir- i tri 'f f I
Starke attack with a booming I
the Grill night, from
program, the only place ten.In ; Association its recent Guidon Tuesday I register.
School Board could trim expenseswas c.tit Court decree by Judge John 'j addition to debating the pie. Jimmy Cox and Wayne &\\PI state, convention at Tampa adopted I tag receipts totaled 96.40647, tore through rear screen door, i City police announced early in

in the maintenance fund. A. H. Murphree who held that the;BHS team members enter the following picked up the other two hits. j I I' while current receipts stand at and broke out wooden door; robbed "the; week that they had arrested
resolution the Legislature
election! was valid even though a i individual events extemIraneous Johns was carried from the ttfek I a urging [:I in the
"We haw put $30.000 to $40- : to give the counties a flat t $95,422.21. cash register and cigarette:|cne of the two men sought
000 into maintenance during the! ':recount was necessary in the Rai-'' speaking orations after in the sixth inning after a hard ,tin t t rathei Kelly said the increased numb machine of around $200 cash; bus station case. Butch Nazworth
r
unit each
past two years." Morgan said, ford precinct. I I i dinner speaking and oral inter- ground ball took a bad hop and nVl t t.t $550 than per continue to divide year the If J.ber of tags sold was likely due scattered papers around lookingfor j;I'is still in jail charged with breaks -

"with most of this going for improvements The disputed election has been j|pretation. lira in the left knee aggravating'. million annual fund Into increasingly ''to money, left flashlight and ing and entering with intent to

to the rapidly deteriorating in litigation since it was held ini I II i The tournament will conclude an old injnry. the large influx of naturalgas key; took another flashlight belonging commit petit larceny. Police are

high school building. We I January 1958 and the wets apparently -! with non. a_ banquet Wednesday night. BHS will travel to Green Cove., The smaller superintendent portions. said 'tht, pipeline workers into the I to restaurant; drank three still looking for Ronald Jarvis

have completely redone the home. won by a margin of one :I A member of the team Frank- Springs. for a game Friday. Tn receiv-: county in recentweeks.. Coca-Colas and three chocolateing B: also. in connection with the case
chool board is currently
vote. next home is with Lake City, :i
i game
economics department installeda lyn Ritch, won first place. in a interest a major
7.Youth. Ug jncome on \
Dry forces immediately brought April
new boiler for the building and I North Florida district oratorical of the $450,000 bond is-
portion
the ,flit, contending that several ballets contest conducted the '
redeccrated the hallways. by Knightsof
f:;ifc that was voted last April.;
had been thrown out erroneously Gainesville Revival '
in
superintendent said. Pythias last Ke said $350.000 was invested in
in the Raiford precinct.In ,
Thursday night. This will enable
He explained that the School povernncent securities in mid-

Board had hoped to finance a 1"d the resulting recount, then I I him to enter the state contest In Starts FridayAt "ebruary.. and the balance was si'

, expanded science department at ? I|Orlando on Tuesday, April 28. kept; ou hand to make monthlYJaYIDenU < 1. h
were declared winners of the elec-
[Continued on Page 61 I Madison St.Led : to contractors for work
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tion by Judge Murphree.I l
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Gainesville Concern hey bave completed on current w+N"r.
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This time the wets were the I I

who contending To Foreclose On Florida .;chool I construction projects. J I
ones went to court by six University of 'II
CofC "I 'irould have invested more
that the entire election should j members of the Baptist '
students.
Bigham Enterprises money if I had known we I II i ,
.o
I cf the ; ars
be voided due to the irregularities I! Student Union there, the r
I to have much rainy I
so
" were going I
MEMBERSHIPKICKOFF in the Raifcrd precinct. They declared Madison Street Baptist Church
J. Miltcn Brownlee owner of : weather." he said. >ti
another election would! revival beginning -
Brownlee Feed & Seed Co., is sponsoring a youth Morgan ,said $100.000 was invested -
. DRIVEBREAKFAST have to be held to settle the is- I Friday night.
Gainesville said this week he had tin 90-day securities and

sue.Judge bought up all mortgages against "Don't fcrget to give the adultsan (250,000( % was put into six month '.. >
maintained he Raul- I
Don
Murphree
. invitation advises
Bigham Enterprises Inc. of securities. Both types draw about -r ,
was "not persuaded the court team captain. "We want
Brooker and the property would trson three percent interest [on a year-:
TUES.. APR. 7 must nullify the election and thus to feel free to come>
te sold at auction April 9. by everyone ly basis .He said as the securi- i !
thwart the will of the majority. J
this experience.
S AM. Bradford Circuit Court Clerk and share ties matured they would be reinvested -
Although his decision was held both Fri-
up- Services will be ;
Charles Derby. withv the exception of thecmount '
held by the appellate Court the i, Brownlee an investor in the day and Saturday' nights Ixigin- allotted for current ex-I : ;t

GARDENRESTAURANT wets were given 15 days from last Breaker concern, said he made ring at 7:30 p. m. A fellowship!. ; i,1 .
Saturday in which to file an ap- period is being planned for '.Saturday /enses. I
the foreclosure in order to protect -
peal. In the meanwhile the"sale his investment. He said he afternoon for all young ** New Beta Club Officers And Members
Seal
of liquor continues in Union people. Easter ,
purchased the first mortgage on '
This Space Contributed County and thirsty Bradford the property from a Gainesville This student team has traveled Sales Continue The annual induction of new secretary: HaM Graham president members not in photo are: John-

Weekly to PublicizeCommunity Countians continue beat a path :bznk. extensively over Florida holding ?* members and installation of officers -t ; John Dodd, vice president; ,I ny Devore, Sam Gardner Linda
"across the bridge" at New River, and Judy LaSawyer, treasurer. Hildebran. and Dewey McKinney.The .
Seals for
churcties.The Crip-
of Sale of Easter I
! Events Brownlee said he hoped the services in a number of the Bradford High School
by when in search of John Barley- I of two Children win continue longer I Barbara Ward, corresponding secretary -: new members were inducted
property would be bought by group is made up pas pled scholastic
: Beta Club, honorary
which
when
corn. Ruby was not present picture i ir a candlelight ceremony
leader pianist *nd according to chairman Mrs. |
interested
who would be i tors a song
I Jsomecne seals society wag held Thursday night was taken. t I was concluded by an address on
the were
THE COMMUNITY Golf CommitteeTo in continuing the in feed"Brooker.mill that' two young leaders.ladies' acting AU'are as wen fellowship late Johns getting because in the maDs.'hope. March 26, in the Starke Elemen- New members in photo are (left( Beta Club objectives by K. J. EDui-

Bigham operated to right) Kay Hart Linda Cox. ger of Largo_state director. Miss
havereceivedVseais'
STATE BANKOF Meet FridayThe "Sin e I am in the :feed busi- qualified, for their positions and "We all 'those who' tary cafetorium. Douglas Cruce. Sara Usborne Della Rosenberg is sponsor of tne
'or"who to
wish I
ness it would be beneficial to me New.officers of the organization
STARKE inspiring serv
Bradford
have led many Mrs. Johns; Margaret Douglas Linda Gale Chapter.
Golf and Country Club and, of course its is an added contribute RID do1 so. are pictured above surrounded oy Futch Carolyn Only students who maintain at
'this' will do Moody, Ralph
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(Member F.D.I.C. will meet at 4 m. source of income for that sectionof ices.The said "because money Conway
) Committee p. I 'the new members: Kathleen Vickers Temy Walters Teresa least a B average are eligible for
public is cordially invited real good Jtor.. these. bandlcapped"b11dren. '
n' Com- Bradford Brownleepaid
Chamber County
Friday in the 'J (second from left), record- Maruca, and Anne Matthews, New Beta Club membmhip,
n.erce office. to, 'attend any and all serv,ces. .-

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games. cen was employed here for many fence Greene of Jacksonville.
editorialHold The Simaltaneous Revival will years and we will miss them.. Cfrannie Greene has return"*
STAT FAEIBy begin at Raiford Baptist Church Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Crosby to her home here after spending
Sunday, April 12, at 7:30p.. m. and children visited her parents. several weeks with relatives in ..A
MnL_O. l:. Crosby' Rev. Shephard of Gainesville will Mr. and Mrs. Joe Green 'of Statenville. Ga. Would need
That Senate Line!
bring the message each evening. Gainesville Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Sellars and you
AAA&IiAA&ii&A.- % i & &&& There will be special music every Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hardee. and daughter of Auburndale spent the '
Governor Collins predicts that opposition to his Chicken.Supper'TheCommunity;' right under the, direction of J. daughter Imogene. of Gainesvillewere weekend with Mr. and Mrs. P. S. : .. : financial help, too?
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of will melt W. Harden 'with John dinner of Mr. and Crews. Richardson .
new plan reapportionment away once Club win sponsor Mrs. G. guests Mr. and Mrs. W. H. n
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the Senators understand all the ramifications of a chicken: pilau supper Saturday Sapp at the piano. A'nursery'will Mrs.:M. C. Roberts Sunday. Other of Jacksonville were also :::\ .. > r Our Sklncss and Accident Insuf-
his new proposal. Apr. 4, from 6 to 7:30 p. m. be open for small children. guests of the Roberts duringthe guests of the Crews, Saturday "': ?J4 ==:' ::----. 1 ante gives you the financial proof
In view of the outspoken and vehement opposition The price will be $1 for adults Intermediate Study Course weekend were his sister, Mrs. afternoon.Mr. :: section you and your family AC .]'
and 50 cents"for children. There The Intermediate Training Pearl Cain and his mother, Mrs. and Mrs. M. W. Hingston .-.q- This 4ay plan provides:(I)pay
the plan drew from the moment of its. an- Trill also be entertainment. All Union recently completed a study Roberts of Jacksonville. had as dinner guests SundayMr. ......, ment of most hospital bif. (2)assistance
nouncement, this would seem to'be wishful think money raised will go for some course on the book "Intermediate Many children have the '''mea- and Mrs. Fred Cannon and with major medical expenses,(3)income to replace
ing on the part of the Governor. No matter how club project. Tickets may be obtained Fishers" taught by their leader ses-this week. Among them are daughter. Mrs. Clyde Johns and earnings lost through disability (4) benefits to dependent ;
he tries to sugar coat it, the hard core of the matter from any club member or Mrs. J. W. Harden. The foiling Larry Roberts Rcbbie Soutter, children, and Mr. and Mrs. Eu- if you suffer fatal or crippling injuries. Call us for details. /
o remains that all of his reapportionment plansto bought at the door. members received credit for |m- gene Johns. In the afternoon sev-
date have been obviously designed to give the Church News p.'etion:! : Martha Long. Linda' Alvarez and Dianna Merz. Mrs. Ethel eral of the neighborhood chil-
large counties increased in the Senate. The Beginners and Primary William Barton Betty and Crews has also been very sick c'ren enjoyed an Easter egg hunt
Small county Senators power'have -been outspokenly Sunday School classes of Raiford Billy Griffis, Phyllis Addison. with an ear infection. We hope with Elaine Hingston. HAROLD C. WALL AGENCY
Bobby Bryant Mike Goodan. all will be well again soon.
Baptist Church held an Easter Friends of Laurence demons,
opposed to any and all such manipulations on the Catherine Kitler and Martha Dinner of Mr. and ,Mrs.itoy .
egg hunt at the home of Mrs. guests "INSURANCE SPECIALISTS"
brother of Mrs. G. E. Crews, will
grounds that control 'of the Senate by the large John G. Sapp of Raiford, Sat- Rosier. Cooper Sunday were Mr. and
: counties would destroy the system of checks and urday afternoon. Mrs. Sapp was PersonalsMr. Mrs. Henry Ratliff and childrenof b* interested to know that he is 200 E. Call Street Phone "'0 4-4801
balances in our state ..go'ernment.Ve believe assisted by Mrs. Kitler. About 25 and Mrs. L. R. Durden have Jasper, Mrs. R. R. Greene-and still a patient in Bradford Coun-
t t.err: point 13Representation:_: n.i1 t'k':.lI... children attended enjoyed the retired and moved to their homein :,Qn and daughter-in-law. Mr and ty Hospital. We all join in wish Starke, Ha.
&. in the House of Representatives Jacksonville Beach. Mr. Dur- Mrs. Alvin Greene, and Mrs. Flo- ing him well.

: Is based on population and that body is largely -
controlled by the metropolitan areas. Representation -
: In .the Senate is and rightfully should be

based on geographical units, so that _the small n ., Y

counties have just as much voice in the upper .-e' @jt" ) [J1)
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house as the larger counties. This is the same "':: . -
principle of checks and balances that has worked .: -

so well in our Congress for these many years and .
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is a pattern that we should continue to follow. It . "
is no more desirable to have New York State control '. TV .
the U. S. Senate than it would be to have : .' '

Dade County control the Florida Senate. .:.. =. .
From where we sit, it looks as if Governor Collins .'1.:. : 1uI.... I
' ; might as well give up his efforts to award ;: : .
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the larger counties increased representation in the .
Senate because such a proposal is as unsound as' -\i'\ .


it is unpopular. ..; ,.. /, In 14 .; .'l. APRIL 3rd 4th I

: Primaries Back To MayThere : .

is one proposed i measure that we hope .

"gets ture bogs through"down before in matters the forthcoming of integration Legisla-, reap- It: Valuible i? / ; : : .j ",": '- 21" 3 H. P.

portionment, and finances. '.:; '
: Rep. Troy Peacock of Jackson County has an- : '
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: nounced that he will ask the 1959 Legislature to \ .. HEAVY DUTY ROTARY
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change Florida's political primaries back to May, : \-.- tt
and judging from the comments we've heard, that '

: will be just about the most popular bill intro- e Y (. \
duced at the forthcoming session. LawnmowerREGISTER
The 1957 Legislature changed the primaries t
from May\ to September on the recommendation .
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: of Governor Collins and others, for reasons that ?; .
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have never been too clear. Perhaps this could -5.. j

come under the head of a "noble experiment," -h.' >- NOW% !

but noble or not, the experiment failed miserably, .
and everyone we know of, politicians and voters x .

: alike turn., will be glad to see the spring primaries re- One Rotary Lawnmower Will Be Given Away .! ;: TO BE GIVEN AWAY SATURDAY

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Holding t the elections in September threw can- At This GULF Station! 't pt1V'. :' NIGHT, APRIL 4TH
t'.i'!
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didates into making their campaigns during the _. --
: torrid summer months of July-and August whenit

} justtoo hot to get out and "beat the bushes" ..........--'I"IP.- .,, ... -'".. .;. --r.-., .. .. ..!.Ifn \.,- .-. _
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= for,votes. Those of them that did try to do a ...., .'<,.. < '' 'w. ...., ..."..*.r-;....', :t.-r. .,...;. :.<'.".- .... .J. ',.;or..r .-. .." .< '
0'. "'"'" "" '" U4.10- .. ....-- ..... "C-.
little found it difficult
half-hearted 'VA;
= campaigning '' 1 '
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.. to reach the voters because many of them were t 4 __ &- 4'-.. ; J fP' : : '. ; ..' w r 4
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: off on summer vacations, and'those who remained I t I ,o., .'_ ,." '.. ., "'. '". :
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: at home were more interested in 'fishing and ": :- ,,-t.-
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other summer activities than- listening to political to Wm t : -($-: ;
lWIucc
: pitches. :", t !
: So let's get back to the good old spring primaries _
when there's still a little nip in the air and-a register,
politician can warm up over'a'controversial issue
without danger of blowing his top, as he might at this
under the midsummer sun. Here's hoping Rep.
Peacock introduces his bill and that he receivesthe beautifulGulf
7 solid backing of Florida solons in both houses.
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One Alibi Removed w

StationDO 14i-
: The familiar police court alibi, "I wasn't drunk :

only had a couple of beers," isn't an ironclad

defense in a drunken driving case, according to a

recent opinion of Attorney General Richard Ervin.In .
answering a question posed by a South Florida purchase
judge, the Attorney General said that the r

: prosecution doesn't have to prove a person was

drinking whiskey to make a drunk driving case :::eS5rJ _- _
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: stick. It is enough to prove that the driver's I -. -

: faculties: were impaired because of drinking an ; ... .......
alcoholic beerageIr.. Ervin said.
: Although beer of no more than 3.2 per cent
: alcohol by volume is considered a'lawful beveragein '
Florida's dry counties, it seems clear that the FREE children : G MASSES
: legislative intent when passing the drunk-driving .

: law was to include beer among intoxicating li- when accompanied by parents :
quors. Florida courts have never ruled directly .

: on the question, but the Attorney General seems ",dibiceofBALLOON
On sound ground when he expressed belief. that
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: Florida courts would line up with courts of many <: or LOLLIPGP; .'

: other states in holding that beer is an intoxicating .. .
liquor when a driver has consumed enough 'of,it : S I
: to make him tipsy. i\ s : .'i 1 m .

A pedestrian killed by a beer-drinker'can de1lve .S Jp F) Aa S _

: little consolation from a law that says 3.2 .
beverage is non alcoholic. He is just as dead as J ,-
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if run over by a driver full of whiskey.
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: Goodbye To Hereinbefores \ .. tae i JIll

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: Orchids to the John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance :. *udr /t /

Company. We don't know anything about UI' --- ,
: their insurance policies, but they have just announced ( I JJt ,
a policy of another kind that certainly S .

makes sense. They are revising all their "fine s 1

: print" and putting it in language that the layman Gjasses-a four-pack set beautiful' antique auto glasses\;-... .
can understand. Gone are all the whereases, AFT of MORE gallol'sof .
with
hereinbefores. whereofs. A.policyholder'canJiow -- f1 'will be included' every purchase seven or !, ,

: read his policy and actually tell what he's : Gulf gasoline at this service station during the opening days_ >.

: got without calling on the services of a Phila- h 1 .
: delphia laws-Pr. Hail to John Hancoclc,und here's '
hoping all other insurance companies follow suit.

WESTSIDE GULF STATIONHAYWOOD

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'FI.ORin's OLDEST WEEKLy-g"< .- MURRAY, Manager

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1'.r1:. rue AMK IIA"Tn" FLORIDAtaAGE
fP:.lieh.d lark T1o.r. ...1 Eatev,4 .. telNS ('laM. Waft" .
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yttyyy.yyyyyy.yyyyy.yyy Helen North. I of Glen St. Mary, and Mr. and -

Alene Sweat spent Friday with'I. Mrs. Frank Hunter of Macclenny days.Mr.. and Mrs. Freeman Sasserof

MAXVILLE Helen North and helped her to were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. Wachulla visited the R. A.

celebrate her birthday. I I and Mrs. Dan Hargroves and Nettles Jr. family several days

By Mrs.\ C. B. Nolan Mr. and Mrs. Quince Rollins : daughter, Minnie and T. L. Man- last week. Mr. Sasser returned I Coca-Cola and Lay

and family have moved from the ning. home Saturday and Mrs. Sasser Grand Opening.'
&&&&AAAAAA&AAAAAA&& A Kilgore home here back to their Roger North, Richard and Eugene will remain for sometime. I Products Served FREETo

Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Parrish and hrme in Indianna.: I i i Bell Mike Cannon and Mar- Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kelley of e

children, and Miss Shirley Higgin- Mr. and Mrs. Theo Byford have'!. vin Smith were the Maxville boys Bradenton and Mr. and :Mrs.: All Who Register.Coidwire .
leturned from a two weeks vaca- :attending: the Track Meet at Steven Kelley of Jacksonville
botham enjoyed nice visit in
a
tion trip to Arkansas. I Robert E. Lee High School in visited i Mr. and Mrs. C.S.Kelley i
Starke Saturday afternoon. '
Paul Garrett and his son. Paul Avery Slade is a patient in the'Jacksonville last Wednesday.Mr. during the Easter weekend. I
Baptist hospital where he had I and Mrs. J. C. Nolan and Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Kelley visited ; -
Stanley of Jacksonville spent last '
surgery last Thursday. We under- !family of Jacksonville were guestsof their daughter, Mrs. Ruby
weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Doss i
Higginbotham and family. stand that he is getting along Mrs. Hattie Nolan Sunday eve- Watson and family and son. Cliff
nicely and we hope that he will I Kelley and family in Wildwood
We to that ning.Mrs.
are glad report
very
soon be able to come home. Evelyn Griffis had an recently for a week. Enroute ServiceilterCO.
Fred Ivey, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Gene Ivey, is at home from the We are glad to hear that Mrs. Easter Egg hunt at her home home they visited Mr. and Mrs.

NAS hospital but is still under Joe Lucas has returned from ai 5 Sunday and entertained the following W. D. Cannon and new baby in
Jacksonville hospital and seems people: Loretta and Clyde Gainesville
treatment. We surely do wish hima
speedy b be getting along nicely. Conner and family Juanita and Misses Pat Plummer and Caro-

Mrs. Hester recovery.Hicks and Mr. and Mrs. Bud Harris will enter St. Louis Conner and family of lyn White of Atlanta, Ga. and

Mrs. Owen Anders of Lawtey were Vincent's Hospital in Jacksonville, Eryceville Brother C. C. Crews Mrs. M. F. Hazen of Starke visit-
April 9, for surgery. ai d family of Macclenny Mrs. ed the
Clyde Cone family Sunday
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guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Par- AT SLADE GAS STORE FRIDAY APRIL 3
rish and family last Sunday. Sorry that Mrs. Francis Coleman Dexter McPherson. Ernie Griffisof afternoon.Mr. ,

The Maxville Baptist Church has been ill. She was greatly Macclenny, and Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Clyde Green and
missed at the church dinner, Pat Griffis and family of Man- !children visited her parents, Mr.
wound up a very enjoyable revival -
with dinner on the grounds. Sunday. ring. I,and Mrs. Ellery Witt of Alachua
Glad to hear that Lonnie Har- Last Friday an Easter Egg hunt Sunday. ..
on Easter Sunday. Everyone ;
ent had a wonderful time. pres-' ris is able to be out again aftera was held for all of the school i Mr. and Mrs. Warren Mizelle I I

Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Wilkinsonand two weeks illness.We children at Maxville School. Sev- 'I aid daughters attended a family MOTOROLATABLE

children enjoyed a fishing regret that Mrs. Lonnie eral of the parents helped with get-together at the home of Mrs. ...lipit
Harris is ill and under the doctor's the hunt, which
trip on Black Creek Monday afternoon egg was a very Mizelle's parents, the R. T. Tay- M ,
and caught ten fish. care.Revival enjoyable affair. lors of Worthington Springs ovtR.Aa 1
Reminder Mr. and Mrs. Allen Griffis DIAG.PICTURE TUBE ,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Padgett Folks, please remember that revival visited with Mrs. Sarah Jane Easter.17 grandchildren.Harry Among those. presentwere rss so_ IN

and in Mrs.Jacksonville Dexter McPherson Saturday visited on- services start at the Long Griffis for the past week. Smith of Deland visited MODEL 0 0 0 R PRIZES I E S VIEWING AREA 1 r '

business. Branch Baptist Church next Sun- Mrs. Sarah Jane Griffis' grandson Mrs. Mattie Barry during the

day, April 5, and will continue all Wayne Griffis, is in Ed Fraser weekend.Mr. .
Mrs. O. J. Rafuse and family,
Mr. Andrew Harris and family, of the following week. The publicis Hospital in Macclenny and and Mrs. Lloyd Barry, Mrs. COME IN AND REGISTER. YOU DO NOT
cordially invited to attend. wish him HAVE TO BE PRESENT TO WIN.
and Mrs. Shirley Harris visitedin we a speedy recovery.BROOKER Jackie Barry and son Barry and RADIO
Mr. and Mrs. John Q. Godwinof
Mrs. Mattie attended
Palatka Sunday with Mr. Har- a birthday
lis' son, Sam Harris and family.Mr. Lakeland spent Saturday and yyyyyyyy..yyy.yy..y.' dinner honoring Mrs. Lloyd Bar- RADIO & TV WILL BE GIVEN MOTOROLA
and Mrs. Buddy Bradshawof Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Sidney ry's father, Mr. Connely of Lees- PORTABLE TV
Harris and family and Jim

day Jacksonville here with spent Mr. and Easter Mrs.Sun-D. Godwin.Mr. burg Kenneth recently.Mott of Key: West was AWAY 5:30: PM APR. 3
and Mrs. Willie Godwin ,
J. Parrish and family.Mr. By Barbara Sue Dam the weekend guest of his par-
and Mrs. George Johnson spent last week in Jacksonville ents, Rev. and Mrs. H. H Mott.
v ith Mrs. Godwin's grandparents ,aasalaa A&AAAAA&&&&, Easter Egg HuntsThirtyfive
2nd! family of Jacksonville and
Mr. and FEDDERS AIR CONDITIONER
Mrs. I. A. Bornstein.Mrs.
Mrs. Paul Garrett and children Miss Rebeca Thomas of Jack- children of the beginners '
Eva Ellis was a patient in
spent Easter Sunday with Mr. and sonville was the weekend guestof and nursery class of the MOTOROLA
the St. Vincent's Hospital all of
Mrs. Doss Higginbotham and I last week. We are glad that she her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Brooker hunt Baptist at Church the enjoyedan 1 HP Cooling Reg. 295.95
family. I Bob Thomas.Mr. egg Community
is able to be home now and do
Miss Carolyn Crawford of Jack- and Mrs. Ray Wilson and Center Friday morning with their
sonville spent Sunday with Miss wish her a speedy recovery. teachers Miss Linda Green and ,
baby of Jacksonville were weekend stereo high fidelity
Mrs. Henry Griffis underwent I Mrs. Guy Harrell.
i guests of Mrs. Groover .
in "
last
surgery Baptist hospital Each guest was presented with ;
week and is at home now getting I Thomas. Sunday afternoon Mrs.I basket of
fa candy eggs and sev-
along :Thomas had as her guests Mr.
WILLIAMSJEWELRY nicely.Mr. I eral games were played and prizes -
and Mrs. Bill Jenevor and chil-
and Mrs. Roy Waters and won by DeWitte Green. Howard SC
dren and Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur
family of Jacksonville visited Mott Jr. and Jo Ann Lambrett.
Thomas of Gainesville.The
Sunday with Mrs. Dorothy Wat- Refreshments of eggs, crackers
Benny Thomas Sr. family
Ers and family. pickles and lemonade
were serv-
held a family reunion at their
WATCHES DIAMONDS We are glad to hear that Mrs. I. ed.
home Easter. Out of town guests
Dexter McPherson is feeling bet- Lucretia Combee entertainedthe Mx
REPAIRS were Mr. and Mrs. Willie Thomas -
ter now after a recent illness. :
primary and junior classes of
and children of Titusville,!
All Work GuaranteedA. Owen Knight and L. E. Well- the Worthington Springs Methodist -
Mrs. Lelia Chesser and daughter I
hauen" were guests of Harvey Church at hunt I
C. Williams an egg stag-
Bessie, and Mr. and Mrs. Sam
McPherson Sunday.Mr. ed at the home of her parents.Mr. .
Harvey of Gainesville, and Mrs.
142 W. Call St.
and Mrs. Ernest Padgett and Mrs. Warren Mizelle
Arie Holden of Hauge.
Starke, Fla. Hoilman moved to Jacksonville Saturday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Sorrells and .
Formerly Roberts Jewelry 2nd son and Mr. and Mrs. Rom daughter of Jacksonville were Refreshments of cup-cakes decorated SPECIAL $$164.95
last Friday.Mr. in the traditional Easter
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weekend guests of Mrs. Sorrells'parents SPECIAL 219.95
and Mrs. C. E. WilkinsonJr. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Dyle.' style, punch, eggs, pickles and
and family visited in Avon I crackers the 15
were served .
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Emory and. ,-
Park last weekend with Mr. and I guests.
baby of Palatka visited her mother -

f Mrs.Mrs.Wintcn E. D.Parrish Higginbotham and family.had Mrs. Eva Harrell Easter. ".""............................w-, .
Elzie is in the A ;oldwire SPECIAL
Mr. a patient ( A Goldwire SPECIAL
Gulf Life as her guest Monday, her sister, Veterans Hospital in Lake City We Repair
Mrs. Rhoden of CLAY HILLby .
Macclen-
ADAPT A Shirley and will be until sometime in
ny. EASY WASHER EASY SPIHDRIER
May. We wish him a speedy return All Makes I
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Wilkinson
PLANFits to better health. I Mn. J. L. 151ricklaDdl&&AAA&&A&AAAA&AAAAA&:
and children visited in Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Claude Flanni-! Patrician Model

your Sunday with Mrs. Grace gan of Illinois visited Mrs. By-I TV RADIO

changingneeds Herrick. i ford King and son Lloyd a few We were shocked and grievedto

Mrs. Mary Wellhausen spent a days last week on their way learn of the death of our

few days with her son-in-law and home from a winter vacation in neighbor, Tracy Padgett. The HI-FI STEREO .
caughter, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Miami. hock was greater because no one ,:

Hams and family last week. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Martin and realized that his accident and r RADIOS g
We regret that both Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stricklandand injury was so serious.He 4 4a N'' -- CAR : II

Mrs. W. B. Harris have been ill baby of Miami Mr. and Mrs. leaves his father, V. A. .
With Gulf Life'sexclusive for the past several days and we Dewey Stokes, Mr. and Mrs. Har- Youganl and mother, Susie; a Call l.'I l.

AdaptAPlanyou wish them a speedy recovery. vey Fipps and children of Jacksonville brothers Willie, J. T., Martin, ti i ii

Mrs. Edna Manning and family and Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Luther, and O. J.; sisters, Mrs. i I I
can guarantee an and Mr. and Mrs. Pat Griffis Stokes and children of Starke Robert Martin, Rosalee and Eliz- I..r6 WO 4-4975

Income for your family visited Mrs. H. E. Stokes duringthe aoeth; all of Clay Hill and vicinity. ::'

weekend and most of the -
and provide for your GAY'SHome guests attended church at Rock, Pallbearers for the funeral 'r,, For

retirement as welL Sunday.Mr. which was held at the Padgett

and Mrs. Charles Perry of Cemetery Thursday were J. D.
Ask about it. .
Appliances Gainesville and Mrs. Verlie Johns Wilkinson Floyd Johns, Jimmie t- GUARANTEEDSERVICE

were Sunday luncheon guests of Bud Lang. Frank Carter, Louie .
A
/ Your Friendly Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Harrell.Mr. Carter and Sidney Blackmen.

and Mrs. Wilbur Barry of Services were conducted by Rev.
GulfLife Norge Dealer Gainesville visited his parents,, J. L. Strickland and arrangementsmade Regular 279.95 Regular 179.95

Easter. by Key McCabe of Jack-
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd-Barry
NQRGK APPLIANCES
Annette Green of the Universityof sonville. NOW NOW
MAYTAG WASHERS $139.95
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Florida was home with her Clarence Lang came from Tam- $719.95 -

' COLEMAN HEATERS and parents Mr. and Mrs. Leslie, pa for the funeral and Irene Pad- With Trade With Trade
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FLOOR FURNACESWe Green for the weekend.Mr. gett's sister Kate was here from
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A INSURANCE and Mrs. Billy Rimes of Jacksonville. The Padgett family

Service All MakesOf :Silver Springs. Md. are visitingMr. have the sympathy of us all.

e COMPANYW. Appliances and Mrs. Frank Tinney fora Mr. Roddy has been in a Bradford SPECIAL -. MOTOROLA TV.SPECIAL MOTOROLA T V
few days. County hospital for a few

H. HANI SuperintendentBox PHONE: WO 4.7511 Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Hayes and, days. We hope he is well soon.

308 Phone \\O 4.4733 Starke, Florida Mrs. Edna Hayes of Gainesville,, The relatives of Tracy Padgett

Starke Fla. and Mrs. Fred Wilson and son, wish to thank all friends for tI -""

I of Ft. Lauderdale were Sunday. the words of comfort in their I i I ..
With
; Swivel Base
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Har-. hour of sorrow, and for the help \,4 .i' '

given them during this time. : 21" OYER-All \RI t

LOCAL MANAGER FOR rell.We are sorry to report Tom Ernie and Yougan Padgett fam- ; I ''
QIAG. PlauRE TUBe .
Stewart was rushed to Bradford !ICS.ryyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyY7Y. Reg. $269.95

I County Hospital Monday in crit- 263 SO. !01. -

Jim Walter ical condition.Mr. '!. I'IEwIlGifU/ i i ,
Corp."World's and Mrs. W. A. Davis and ..jt., '
Now "
children and Mr. and Mrs. J. C. PINE LEVEL ; i k ;

Davis of Waldo attended church
at Rock Sunday with Mr. and !1r H. SL McKae

Largest Home Builders" Mrs. N. J. Davis. ..AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAa, / up95 -p
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Cove Springs returned home after Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis 21" OVERALL DIAGONAL;

I 11 WILL BE IN STARKE visitLig her grandparents Mr. visited two of his sisters, Mrs. PICTURE TUBE
Ophelia Moore Mrs. Noon
and Mrs. N. J. Davis for several and
days. Mott and their families at 263 Sq. In. All-Viewing Area.
I EACH THURSDAYAT
Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Abrams Brooker two days last week. .
and children of Gainesville and Miss Joyce Crosby of Jacksonville -I S With Trade SPECIAL 177.77

Dickie Davis were Saturday night } spent Saturday night and -

dinner guests of the W. E. Big- Sunday with her parents, Mr. With Trade

y STARKE HARDWARE CO. [ham Jr. family. and Mrs. L. A. Crosby. -

Little Billy Bigham returned The H. M. McRaes had a glad

) 12:30 P.M. TO 6:00 P.M. I home Saturday after visiting his surprise Tuesday morning when ONLY 1959 MOTOROLA TV GIVES YOU FULL YEAR GUARANTEE

aunt. Mrs. Lloyd Wood of Jacksonville some of their relatives arrived.
I They were Rev. and Mrs. O. J.

j For Appointments Call I Mr.Gainesville and last Mrs.week.and Henry Mr. and Colmanof Mrs.J. Raulerson Fla., and of Rev.Bithlo Raulerson's IBig Water two i ON ALL TUBES and PARTS PLUS 5 YEARS ON TUBE SENTRY!

JACKSONVILLE EV 7-1141 Collector T. Sowells and children were sisters, Mrs. F. L. Connors and

Sunday luncheon guests of Mr. Mrs. W. M. Sikes of Jacksonville.

; STARKE WO 4-5311 and Mrs. J. H. Sowells. 2nd the Connors' grandson. Jimmy -
Mrs. J. H. Sowells visited her Johns. Rev. Raulerson is

ii ,/f It's A Quality Home mother, Mrs. McDavid of Gainesville working as state missionary for Goldwire ServicenterComplete
Saturday. Mrs. McDavidhas the State Association and is in

It', A Jim Walter Home" been ill but is much improved a mission now at Lake Beirs

I at this writing. rear Sanford. Sales and Service on All Gas said: Electrical Appliances M Radio and TV
OTHER OFFICES: Mrs. R. A. Nettles Jr. will return We wish to thank Mrs. B. M.

OCALA GAINESVILLE PALATKA home this week from the McRae and all the church mem- 332 W. MADISON ST. STARKE FLA. DIAL WO 4-1975

U Gainesville hospital where she bers who sent us the beautiful
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Ot I. -I- ......"......- "'-- ..: Miss Lee To Wed Woman's Club yvyyyyyyyyyyyyyyVyyVVVT- YYYYYYYYY/YYYYYYYYYYYY'_ Floyd Cowart and Mrs. Charlie have many more. A party was
I Cowart were called to Houston.I given in her honer and one of

Louis A. Hamilton Will Hear SoilConservationist EVfeRGREEN II E I ILBRO'NN Texas the latter part of last week nor young friends spent the week-

... .o be with their father who is'' end with her. Miss Patricia Jonescf

very ill. May we remember to' O'Brien.

... n :t', William Haas, Bradford County By Stanley Crawford By Mrs. Harvey McCarthyt.aaasaa.aaaaaaaaaaaaa way in his be-half and also for I Well guess that's about all, May

Soil Conservationist, will be'the .AA4A.... "' .......&.. .rnie Johns. Herman Johns, and ;, God forever bless each of you .
.-. ;Mrs. Milton Rosier, ill at their j j bye now.
speaker on the Conservation pro- Henry Reddish of Atlanta. Ga. Howdy Folks, hope each of .(mes and for L. C. demons'I!

... Gladys Mooty gram at the Starke Woman'sClub pent the ,weekend here with hisj i you had a very enjoyable Easter. oho is a patient and very ill in ,! BOATDRAIN'
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.!_, .... _r_ _'_'"___ _'..'_r--- '" meeting Wednesday after- parents, Mr. and Mrs Willie, Red-j Heilbronn Church had inspiring Bradford County Hospital. BAPTIST CHURCH
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iiocn Apr. 8, at 3:30: o'clock at services Easter Sunday.
Sunday School. 10 Morning -
i a. m.
Miss Ina Stern Highway Safety the club house. ilr. Haas will dish.We I Birthday Greetings are extend-1
!I are very happy to report Preaching rendered by Pastor. Worship, 11 a. m. Training
show colored slides during his that E C. Johns is Rev. Otis T. Jones with special ;d to Miss Judy Morgan daughter -j
To Wed Mr. Mott Will Be TopicAt I, getting along. Union 6:30 p. m. Evening Wor
talk. Mrs. Guy Andrews is in well after his recent illness. singing, that highlighted the of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Mor- :|,hip. 7:30: p. m.

I BPW Meeting charge of the program. I Mr. and Mrs. Robbie Lee of morning worship, by three of our. ?an who celebrated her four- Prayer Meeting each Wednes-

Delegates will be appointed to Green Cove Springs visited the young ladies Miss Joyce Morgan ccnth birthday Friday. Happy day. 7:15: p. m.
Highway Safety, with Safety ,
I attend the State Convention Apr. Otis Brewer family Thursday.Mr. Miss Patricia Jones, and Miss Birthday. Judy and may you --Rev. Orville Brookins. Pastor
Office: D. R. Jansen cf the Flori-
13-16. at the Robert Meyer Hotel !
and Mrs. Rudolph Chism Linda Gaskins accompanied !b>
I dwill Highway Patrol as speaker. in Jac .oD\"ille. Officers are asked and family of Starke visited R. cur talented church pianist. Mrs
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be the feature of the regu- to turn in their annual reports N. Crawford Thursday afternoon. lamar Reddish. During the eve-
iiar meeting of the Business and i i PARK THEATRELATE
r Astt at this meeting. I} Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Green attended ning preaching hour the "Lord'sSupper"
Professional Women, April 19.
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Hostesses for the afternoon are : the funeral of his aunt. was observed.
i.** 'Ihe meeting, to which the public tT ir Mrs. J. E. Hildebran, chairman, Mrs. Hattie Ruth Green in Lake Come and be with us on Sundays -
1. i> united, will be held at 8 p. m. ; Mrs. Lester Crews Mrs. Willie City Thursday afternoon.Mr. Wednesday and Friday SHOW SATURDAY, APRIL 4&

m the USO.Parents Mae Denton Mrs. C .J. Frazier, i iMr .
,
r and Mrs. Cecil CrawfordSr Lights. This Wednesday eveningwill -
s'zti and safety chairmen of ; 4 rt : _" L. C. Smith) Mrs. .C. ,. | were dinner guests of the J. be time for our regular
} all! clubs are especially urged to Futch, Mrs. L. D. Haines Mrs.: E. Norman family Sunday. hurch conference.
i .5 t hear this speaker who has conducted I Rev. and Mrs. Guy V. Lee of Gladys Harrington, Mrs. L. H. i Robert' Rosier and family of Friday evenings choir practiceis

i! ; many bicycle and auto- !i Tampa, formerly of Starke. announce Jtnnings, Mrs. W. B. Sewell. Mrs. 'Jacksonyillesited his parents enjoyed by all. We want and

xi t mobile safety courses in Jackson-I the engagement and approaching Earl Sealing, Mrs. A. N. Holliday ,Mr. and Mrs. James Rosier Sun- reed you and you and especially
i : .__ .,,: marriage of their ?nd Mrs. Kate Sheppard. i

It fG rat ",t.< vile.Mrs.. Lcuise Huntsinger. District daughter, Joanna Juanita. to day.Mr.. and Mrs. Fisher Gaskins I you.The elementary PTA will meetin

k r3r Ak. 4' LPW Director, and Mrs. Beulah Louis Allen Hamilton, son of Mr. Madison Street and family visited the Avis Kirk- the elementary cafeteria this

i! Sands, assistant director, will and Mrs. L. H. Hamilton also of Circle One WMU land family' Saturday night and i Tuesday evening at 7:30: p. m. All

1 \ make official visits to the club at Tampa. j the Roy demons family Sunday parents are urged to attend.

ihi5 meeting. Members of the Miss Lee is a graduate of Brad- j afternoon. I I Glad to report that Herman
Cycle 1 of Madison Street Bap- 6
: club will meet at the Garden ford High Schcol and, before moving Mrs. Flossie Rosier of Ocala : Johns son of :Mr. and Mrs. Mortis -- SKr '
tist Church WMU will meet,Tues- I .
lie'',iaurant for dinner with these to Tampa, was employed by spent the weekend here with her Johns of Jacksonville, was released .r
Miss Ina Inez Stern, daughterof day. April 7, at 9:30: a. m. at the i
: visitors at 6:30: p. m., preceding : the Florida Bank at Starke. She : daughter Mrs. Clarice Thompson.I i from St. Luke's Hospital
Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Stem oftarke. home of Mrs. J. W. Pearce, 1313
the meeting. I is now employed by the First National I Mr. and Mrs. Harold Beasley !I Thursday: of last week. Herman is
( West Madison Street. .
and Kenneth K. Mott, son
Bank"of Tampa. i '! v;ited relatives in this community I the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. E.
of Rev.'and Mrs. Howard H. Mott
COKECTIOXIn :
.. Mr.Hamilton. is a graduate of YTTVTfTTVTTTYYTTTTTTTYYfGRIFFIS Sunday. i iI C. I Ernie Johns.
.
of Brcoker. will be united in mar- .
itage! at 7:30: Saturday, May a recent news article it"as Hillsborough High School of Tam-j I i| Those visitin the J. E. Nor- Our son, Richard, enjoyed a ,
p.m. pi: and is now employed by the i[man family last week were Mrs.. field day trip to Silver Springs r, ,
2, ,in the Kingsley Lake Baptist stated that Leo Desue: nad been LOOP r It
Seaboard Air Line Railroad. I ,Thomas Starling of Kingsley last Thursday. He and his young ,
Church.No taken into custody alter resisting 1
La Mrs. A. .B. and fourth friends amazedat ti
Verble AndersonAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA e. Wainwright grade were
arrest. This was an error, as the The marriage will be solemnizedat By
invitations are being sent, I --:';.. children of Jacksonville and Mrs. the wonders of this beautiful 1 Uto
referred to was Leo UeSue. El-Bethel Baptist Church on
but all friends and relatives are person Charles and children. I
l Jr.eF I Saturday May 2. at 7 pm. with Sapp rJace.
invited. Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie McClellan Mrs. Annie Kelly's Easter
I Rev. J. Earl Lewis officiating. 'i I '
Mr. and Mrs. Millard Keith cud Mr. and Mrs. Bobby McClel- .ruests were her sons and families.
No invitations are being sent
I'but all friends and relatives of and! daughter of.: Jacksonville visited lan visited Mr. and Mrs. Leslie i iMr. and Mrs. Gene Kelly and

: : Mrs. Keith's parents Mr. and McClellan, Sunday.We J children of Zephyrhills. and Mr.
the invited. A
couple
are recep- I I. .
tion will follow. Mrs. Ralph Gainey Sunday. I.I were very happy to have I and Mrs. Scobie Kelly and daughter / ra

Mr. and.Mrs: *. E. W.. Hedges and I our many visitors in church with I of Starke.

|First Baptist children of. Americus-, Ga., visited 'I uj Sunday.. There were 71 at Sunday I Harvey's brother-in-law and PLUS TOO DOO WOMAN
Mrs. Hodges' parents Rev. and School and 110 at church.I sister: Mr. and Mrs. Jones and

(Circle Meetings Mrs. Orville Brookins over the 'Our pastor J. E. Norman delivered I children of Fernandina Beach Admission 60c To All

fJPj I II eekend. an inspiring message. visited with us Sunday.
:
f i I The Ida Darby Circle of the Mr. and Mrs. Art Waldron of I We remind everyone to pray for Miss Marilyn_ Cox and her LATE SHOW SATURDAY, APRIL

.. fJ I First Baptist Church met ,'Tuesday Placid were, guests,of Mrs. Wald-I cur revival meeting which will brother Pearson, both studentsat
: -- .::; I March 24, at the home of ron's father Gene Griffis, Sun begin Apr. 12 and continue fort the University of Florida were The Littlest Hobo i Run of The Arrow

. Mrs. F. B. Beard. Mrs. J. A. Grif- I o weeks. Floyd Gray of Craw- home with their parents, Mr. and onJon. The IMg and Flwie. The, Rod Stiger. r\aritao MoBtW

fin presented the program, assisted day.There were 30 members of l fcrdvilie will be the evangelist. Mrs. E. L. Cox, for the Easter Lamb, and Buddy liar, Wendy ,,

1 $$2.00 BOTTLE by Mrs. Maxie Carter Sn, I: Boatdrain church attending the We welcome all. holidays. They arrived home last Stuart Plus Serial and Cartoon for Kid
: Mrs. Jordan, Mrs. Lex Green, and revival services at Maxville Bap- I The monthly business meeting Thursday and returned to

a Mrs. J. P. Dill. I I Use Church last Thursday night. p! the church will be held Wed- Gainesville Monday evening cf SUN MON, TUES. April 5, 6, 7

The Brownlee Circle met on the 'i We all went by bus and Rev. Cur-i I rcsday night Apr. 8. this week. Crooked Trail Meet Dr. Jekyll
COLOGNE DE CHABOU came date with Mrs. F. J. Shaw,!l I tis Harris was speaker.Mrs. I WMS meeting will be held at Mrs. R. L. Morgan visited in Ride A
ciicle co-chairman. Mrs. M. F. the church Thursday, at 7:45 p. Pulatka.. Tuesday of this week. Audie Murphy and Gia Soala And Mr. Hyde

Hazen presented the program on. Mary Brown visiting her &1.I The many friends of our beloved I Cartoon for Kids Bud Abbott, Lou Costello
granddaughter, Mrs. Dorses Byrd
E. C. I Ernie 1 Johns who recently .
'Tarry and Tell, assisted by Mrs.E.
WITH EACH W. Hayes, Mrs. M. F. Lang, cf Lake Geneva over the weekend.'I'fee. Q Time Elects had a light stroke will be Wed., Thur. April S.9
Mrs. Frank
I Jarvis and mother-
and Mrs. H. L. Hough, who gave. iu-aw.! Mrs. Jarvis of Madison! Slate Of OfficersElection hnppy to learn that he and is steadily Mrs.Johns' -. Once Upon A Horse ,:From Here To Eternity
All of Mr.
the devotional. visited Mrs. Thomas O'Brien Fri improving. Martha Hyer, Leif Erick*m Burt Lancaster ;Montgomery Cllft,

BOAT TICKET Refreshments were served by I day. of officers for the Easter children Mr. and were Mrs.with Morris them Plus .Cartoon I I IK-borah Kerr. Frank Sinatra
the hostesses at the close of the Youth Council, which will direct for
Calvin Reams visited James O'-
Johns and family Mr. and Mrs.
meetings Teen Tune activities, were held .
(LIMIT OXE TO CUSTOMER) Brian last Friday afternoon. Saturday at the regular meeting. Clifford Johns and family Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Gainey Iiois Henson and son all of Jack- .
Junior Club Will Those elected were president, /.7.. I-
and son Roger of Jacksonville sonville. Warren Johns I home

Hear Miss SweeneyThe visited Mr. Gainey's parents, Mr. j Jimmy Graham Ritch; secretary; vice president, Barbara Hank.1 from the army will report to his

WilLIAMS JEWELRY'IIYour end: Mrs. Ralph Gainey Sunday. I', Dlankenship; treasurer Joalyce. new base in Fort Gordon, Ga.l
Junior Woman's Club will j Mr. and Mrs. Merrel Jones-and Graham; representatives. Lynda and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Johns /.. c / t*
I
meet Monday evening at 8 o'clock I children of Florahome visited Mrs. !; Chapman, Mary Noegel, Mike Denton and family, and Mr. and Mrs. ;
Friendly Jeweler m the club house. I Jtnes' parents, Mr. and Mrs Seeb Kay Dennis, Carol Ward Mine Earl Mosley.Mr. /,J; it .1', 11

Mrs. Lavern Outlaw, in chargeof Harris Easter Sunday. i Darby and Arlen Bias. and Mrs. Bobbie White

the program, will present Miss I Mr. and Mrs. Harold Griffis i The council held its first meet and children of Wildwood spent

Norma Sweeney of Hampton, Missionary ,, and children of Palatka visited : ing Monday and will meet each l Easter: Stndayith Mrs. White's (\Tv

,, .. to Brazil, as guest speaker. Mr. Griffis' parents, Mr. and Mrs.: Monday afternoon at 3:15: to plar L parents Mr. and Mrs. Ancel Nor-
i Arnold Griffis, last Wednesday.We the activities for the following

a t tt i Hostesses will be: Mrs. J. D.I are glad to know that Ellise Saturday Teen Time program. man.Regret to advise that Mrs. ,
Sullivan has returned home from I e
'Varren Miss
chairman Sylvia .
hulk, Miss Judy Dankel. Mrs. the hospital and is much better .
i I II
}
ai t i \1
I
1-rMarf __ rra (Leonard Noegel Mrs. Glen Conner now. flow's The Time To Apply 1 t t r si
s I; 1 I1 and Mrs. J. W. Strickland. Sft. and Mrs. Ray Brookins of .
Buford, S. C. visited, Sgt. Brook- t f '4 .
ins' parents Rev. and Mrs. Or- t!11 /
Sylvia Paulk Sings I\illp}] Brcokins during the Easter t i ia

For Cattlemen j i holidays. ALL SPRAYS

i There was over 100 per cent attendance .
1 :1, 4L. Miss Sylvia Paulk was the featured -, in Sunday School Sunday I .
i
entertainer at the Cattle-:: and a nice crowd for morning : TO SHRUBBERY

,, man's Twenntieth Annual Ban- and evening services
held at the Alachua Woman's
quet i The Boatdrain Baptist Church t
Bta-t! c5J d Club, Mar. 26. j j Revival services will start April .

..J. A Cattlemen's banquet is spon- J 3 Song services will start at FOR FREE ESTIMATES 4 a i a;at

Front-Entl Sped;! sored annually by the Alachua 7:30 p.m., and preaching at 8:15 F / j jf

: Lions with the proceeds used for,pm. Rev C. A. Crosby will be the CALL WO 43965FLORIDA r j'

p.T a Youth Program. ;|jrpeaker: Everyone welcome to any i : '

Among those present were Con-,,I and: all of these services.
1I I gressman D. R. (Billy) Matthews:I Ii,I Miss Barbara Jean Kirscheine PEST CONTROL

A job that would anu Lions District Governor Harry visited! i Miss Patsy O'Brian Friday.
C. Elrod, Mrs. Elrod and Air. and lioafdrarn Baptist Church

f probably cost you from U Mrs. Dave Paulk. i|, Sunday school. 10 am.: Morning 1 AND CHEMICAL CO.
Ie '
? worship, 11 ajn,;,.raining
\ $15 to $19[ elsewhere 6 t WSCS NoticeCircles Union 6:30 pjn.; Evening wor

Y Months ship. 7:30 pm. and Study course 224 N. Temple Ave. Starke, Fla. o y

> of the First Methodist, and Prayer meeting Wednesdayat .-
yOU. AL ONLY..y
do Pay WSCS will meet next week as 7:15 p.m. Pastor :Rev Orville -

} follows: Brookins. Everyone welcome. .

-. r Circle 2, Monday, 3 p.m. at the I.. I .

Heres 'what we l o.:\ home of Mrs. O. L. Haynes. I CARl OF THANKS ,.
Circle Monday. 3 p.m. at the We wish to express our sincere *

\?Adjust brakes to give you maximum home of Mrs. M. W. Lance. j thanks to( our many. friends and WRGR RADIOEXCLUSIVELY #.iv

.
= straight-line stopping Circle 1, Tuesday, 10 a-m. at the', neighbors for the many acts of .. I
power. parsonage with Mrs. Donald Kpko-; kindness during the, illness of our 1c.u

"2. Add brake fluid if necessary. moor and Mrs.V.. S. Slade as co- mother, and_! fpr.the kind expres-
i hostesses. sions of S'IIlpathy..dunng,our be- .
3. Repack front wheel bearings. reavement. We shall forever be> YOURS a .

-'4. Align front wheels.for) drive! ; Altar SocietySt. Margaret grateful. -Kelly.The ramily or Mrs. Sea Sophisticates -

> control ands.

Balance I front wheels. ) top tire{ mileage Edward's Altar Society Rill. .' -. 1959 BASEBALL STATIONApr.
meet at Barry's Restaurant .Tuesday >OTirE OF I.F.GISLITIOV Two brilliant stars from our new and exciting
Test and check suspension system.
t 6. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
evening April 7 at 7 o'clockfor : :
? ,
collection of
Catalina girli'swimwear-
Notice is herebygiven of intention
i
"' dinner and installation of of- Jo apply to the 1!>J Suasion of the 4th& -New York Yankees vs. Detroit Tigers

ficers. Members are asked ,to contact '1 Florida an act Legislature for. passage* .. of Apr. 5th-t. Louis Carcjs. vs. Baltimore! to capture the look of the)oung sophisticateand

Mrs. Mary Humphries for I To authorize and empower the Apr. 6th-St. Louis Cards vs. Detroit enhance her figure fashionable _
reservations by Sunday. clerk of the City of Starke to
For Expert Automatic : Issue It'ach'warrants in aid of Apr. 7th-Cincinnati Redlegs n,. N. Y. simplicity AD beautifully! designed to keep
r the enforcement of ordinances.ofsaid Apr. 8th- Louis vs. Baltimore Orioles
WO\V NoticeThe city to be executed within their poise m and out of the water.bue7toi4. .
Transmission Service the limits of said city: to regulate Apr. 9th-Baltimore Washington
jJ their issuance service!! and -
-' Woodman of the World will return. (Opening Game 1959 Season) .
:: "" hold their regular meeting Monday Dated: April 1st 1)59!I

See Loren Cumbie at CE-792 Apr. 9 at 8 pjn. in the WOW City/Signrdi of Starke.Carl Fla Johns, City Clerk. (a) Tip Top. mercerized cotton and clastic .

hall on E. Call St. Judge GeorgeL. It 42NOTICK .
I
Philco I Duomatic }anal Jt.diamond pattern..S 6.98
Dodd's Service' and Patten will be guest speaker.All lIV.E Ii ,.
OF I.EGI"L.\TJOS
95 members are invited to at-

Auto Sales All WorkGuaranteed 389 10.00 ; tend. Refreshments be serv Notice TO WHOM is hereby IT given MAT of COXCERX intentionto jf (b) High Tide hand printed batiste Lastex, .

Dow E'd.-O. J. Anders Camp Council apply to the 1959 Session of the Empire interest...$7.9 .
Florida Legislature for passage of
Washer and Dryer all in Commander. an actAn
act to provide for the compensation -
one! Size reduced-fits of Inspectors and
anywhere _washer will. Girl Scout Notice clerks serving!! at State and Mighty 1490 BOBBINS'"The
County elections held in Brad- i

DODD'S SERVICE & AUTO SALE Members of the Girl Scout ford County Date: March 27, 1139FigiKd !I

end Brownie Troops are reminded : Charles A. Darby, Clerk Store of Values"
to turn in their cookie money toI Bradford; County Starke Board Florida.It of County I' rc ., ., -..,. eo 1

$28 S. Walnut St. Starke, Fl L_ I their leader at the next meeting Commissioners. 'I.2 ..... .. . or -, -& :- ._ : '! '. c _: .. ____ -._.. __ __ _. u _. .-!-



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i .0- - - -.- - - -,-- Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Smith of I Mrs D. J. Clark of Tampa and! tn..r..y..marm.nn David Brown who is in Baptist litre Sunday-with Mr. and I weekend-guests here

-r rI I Wmston-Salem N. C. are spending granddaughter. Deedce Clark of Memcjial Hospital, Jacksonville ; W P. McElroy and Jackwere i Mr. an;& ..his I

' this week with their daughiter Ocala spent Sunday to Wednes- HAMPTON\ following a leg operation. He ex-I Mr. and Mrs. Bob Faile of ( .

I Mrs. Al Garner and family. day with Mrs. Henrietta Hunt. lctcd to be able to return home I J c'
-
Mrs. C. A. Knight spent the this coming weekend.In -
I Mrs. W. E. Crowson and Mr. B, "",. D. E. mi '
weekend with Mr. and Mrs. C. and Mrs. Marion Moorman and the same room with David

C. Shepard in Lake City. son Marion of Winter Haven iAAAAAAaaaaaalaa.aaaaarPaster Brown in the Baptist Memorial

N niE NErvs Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Lawson and were overnight guests last Thurs- Egg Hunts I Hospital in Jacksonville was Avery : II

Mr. and Mrs. Ewell Lawson had' day of Mr.. and Mrs. Claude Finding Easter eggs at Hamp- Slade now of Maxville. and a ;:

-,- ... _ -- -.- -.- _ -,- .:, as weekend guests, Miss Sybil Crowson.Mr. ton Christian Church Thursday former resident of Hampton. Mr j
on -
I Jones and Conrad Knowles of Slade also underwent an opera-j i
, and Mrs. Nate Tues. Wed. Apr. 7, 8
Dyal and ,I last week kept nine children ,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hardy Dewayne Elder of Homesteadand Ridgeland S. C., Miss Linda Cox Lion on Wednesday of last week i FREE! FREE! -
cons, David and Tommy, spent busy and excited when the Sunday' -
visited Mr. and Mrs. Miss Joan Kendrick of Montgomery I
and family of Savannah Ga., and Jimmy Mc- Weekend visitors at the home :
Sam McGauley in Jacksonville on Ala. were weekend guests Carscn of Hendersonville, N. Sunday in St. Augustine for the I I. School sponsored the egg of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Cox were
C'I Boat Tickets with Each
of the Easter Week
opening city's
= hunt for the children. Mrs.
cf Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Elder.
Scturday. Mrs. Henry Carter of Maxville their daughter and son and their
, Mrs. Ira Harris and family Mr.: and Mrs. R. W. Douville was a weekend guest of Mrs. Effie I celebration. I I Frankie Jean Keys and Mrs. families of Miami, here for the

spent the weekend in Brcxton, and sons and Mrs. Hattie Douvilleof Johns. I Mr. and Mrs. George Kopelousoswill Marklee Norman were in charge!Easter holiday. j Paid Admission 3

Ga. with her parents, Mr. and Pensacola were weekend guests Sen. Charley E. Johns was in leave next Wednesday to of the party.Beginners ; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brown of

Mrs. Eric Moore. ?' Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Grider and Tampa and Miami the first of I spend several months with rela- of Hamptcn Baptist Jacksonviclle, and Mr. and Mrs. I!; SAT. APRIL 4 \

Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Lance had family.Mr. the week on, business. tives in Greece. Sunday School held their Easter, Emery Brown and son of Hampton ,

"as weekend guests Mrs. R. N'I( :: and Mrs. W. L. Edwards, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Griffin and Mr. and Mrs. Steve Weldon of egg hunt at the church on Saturday were Easter Sunday dinner I| s e 1

.Carswell and daughters of Way- Mrs. Leah Bauknight and Mrs. Dr. and Mrs. Oliver W. Greer of Macclenny. Mr. and Mrs. Earl ; afternoon with the teachers guests with Mrs.\. T. F. Brown in'':

I cross. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Bur- W. G. Struth of Jacksonville were lake City will be visiting Mr. II Edenfield of Jackscnville and Mr. 'I of the class. Mrs. Raleigh' Hampton.Mr. 8I

bank. Jr. and family of Fer- weekend guests of Miss Kate and Mrs. Jack Griffin and family and Mrs. C. M. Patrick and son I Brannen and Mrs. Lonnie Melton and Mrs. Ed Durban and

, nendina Eea;h, Charles Lance of.i.Struth. Friday on the occasion of Greer I I.of Sneeds were Easter guests of I''in Personals charge of arrangements. !. sens of Lawtey. and Mr. and I 1=A\fQ@ w OrnlI i l:

St. Sims: ':s Island and Sheriff I William Shiver underwent an Griffin's second birthday anni Mrs. Gladys- Weldon. Mrs. Raymond Williams of Jacksonville I II
and Mr?. 3. !to Quinn and daughter I appendectomy on Sunday at Doctors versary. Mr. and Mrs. Brad Locke and Weekend visitors at the homeof were dinner guests of Mr. A'i"4 IMli
I.f Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hinson ''
of Lvcm2ss.Barbara .I Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hedgecock I Laby and Mr. and Mrs. T. F. were' and Mrs. George Williams and son ltlRli I "
Kiuibler underwent an i Mr. and Mrs.\. Harold Monk and Hutto Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Rife and last week. 1 "
have had as guests H. O. Smithof and family of Jacksonvilleand i' on Friday evening
appendectomy last Thursday at family and Mrs. Thelma Steeleo Miami last Thursday and Fri- Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Parker daughters cf Dayton, Ohio. Mrs. Mr. and .Mrs. C. L. McElroyand I -

the Bradford County Hospital.Mrs. I Gainesville were Easter day day and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Brook- of Cocoa were Easter guests ;Rife and Mrs. Hinson are sis- :' Mr. and Mrs.\ L. C. McElroy iM-'
.
C. C. Mendoza and Miss j!guests cf Mrs. W. B. Mundy and bank of High Point, N. C. over of Mrs. L. S. Hutto and family. ters. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hinson. and children cf Trenton visited

Gloria Johns: f f Jacksonville were !i Mrs. J. B. Sapp. the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Stefanelli !Jr. and baby of Valdosta Ga. also f I JOHNMHUT >C Vt
: spent the weekend here with L.;... .;;------ *>MM mimam WJt
T. J. Griffin Mr. and Mrs. G. J. McGriff,
visiting Mrs
on Henry Bardley of and I
Leesburg of
I I son Jacksonville and Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. I his parents. ; jA7i SCRAIG.ANGIE DICKINSON
Wednerday.Mrs. Jr. were visiting spent the weekend with and Mrs. -GULF TIPS-
Sonny Robert
Stefanelli and ..
Mrs. H. D. May and Mrs. Minnie _'_ evrd.AeNt KM*
Cam- Pitch spent Easter I Joe Montieth in Jacksonville on CJ< MAN L S _
and: Arlen Bias. I family of Gainesville were week ;' i! .ewr G '[.fraar tWW Bi t EA N
of Easter
weekend witi Mr and Mrs.\. N. T. Sunday. Marcionny Hampton were R
Mr. and
Mrs. Randal Chitty end guests of Mr. and Mrs.
I Henry TANNER N
of Mr. and Mrs. Wilson ERNEST
guests by
"Hitch 1'ia'"ah. Mrs. S. M. Jeffords and Mr. M
in and family have moved from 472! Stefanelli. \ PLUS :

Mr. and l\\.'"s. J. M. High of and Mrs. Roy Jeffords and four W. Madison street to their new I Mrs. John W. Griffin was in ,:visited May St.in Augustine Gainesville during and: also the 610 N. Temple Ave. --- F
Jacksonville w -re visiting: Mr. and i daughters of High Springs were tome
on Searing street. The I I
j Orhlocknee Ga. the first of the .
afternoon.Mrs.
Mrs. J. M. E'lwards and family I Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chittys sold their Madison street)week visiting Mr. Griffin. G. P.I Wadswcrth was ableto 1
ever the weekend. 'George Huggins. home to the Leonard Whiteheads i
Mrs. Pearl Whitnel of Deland return home from a Jacksonville -
of Waldo who will use it for .tpent the weekend with Mr.: and I hospital on Friday last week ;I
rental property.Mr. t
I Mrs. Merrill Struth and family. after an operation the week be-
and Mrs. W. J. Johnston of DAP
I fore. Visiting with Mr. and Mrs. lca !
; Mr. and Mrs. Norman Bullock I,I ?
of Miami and Mrs. Dora Burtonof 1 i
of Tucker, Ga. were Saturday'I Wad orth on Saturday were the E t ,..A STRANGE
Atlanta were last week guests I visitors of Mr. Thomas Wadsworths of Bunnell. FORiiji1 AND
and Mrs. C. BIDDING
REVIVAL I L RACE
of Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Turnerat R'I I I!
Scoggins. Mrs. Nita Johnson, Mrs. Frankie -
State Farm and Mrs. Alice I Jean Keys and children and 1 I ItpqE
Anderson in Starke. Mrs. Willard Pass and childrenof I
Carl Dennison spent the Easter Kid" Car-
weekend" Plus "Willies the
Tallahassee spent the :
Miss Vida Jean Gentry of Wesleyan so.ruI
weekend in Ft. Myers with Mrs.
College, Macon Ga. is with Mr. Pass -and Mr. and Mrs. 1 Johnson's daughter and Mrs.I = toon.

spending the Spring holidays I I Inman Green. I Keys' mother, Mrs. Leo Single- I x ,
with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Brown Jr. 9 10
HOPE BAPTIST Mr. and Mrs. ton and family. ; I Thur., Fri April ,
J. L. Gentry. of Jacksonville were Sunday visitors -1 Mrs. George Williams. Mrs. H. 1: Plus Cartoon I
Mrs. Carrie of Mrs. Hogan Smith and :
Ingram has been THE'ONEMAN
U. Wiggins, Mrs. David Brown ;,
CHURCHAPR. "siting! Mr. and Mrs. B. F Hardin family. I and daughters. and Mrs. L. D. i i,, .: Sun.. Mon. Apr. 5, 6 : "BRIGADE'TUL ;
and Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Bax-i Mis. H. B. McLcntion of 01'Jando @Ku.I I
Brown drove to Jacksonville on .
ter in Jacksonville the past week. j has been visiting her son- ..:>>;IJaI'-; ; RANDOLPH .
;r
!Thursday last week. I 1 } MARGARET ,
Mr. end Mrs. Ted Simmons and :in-law and daughter.: Mr. and'! j JOANNE ...
'. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Wattersonof ; It's a sate bet that proper .woo DWAflO'LEIGHTON
son, Carl and Mrs. L. E. Mills; Mrs. Charles Meister the past and Mr. and Mrs. :. ERY kNER
,
1 Hampton "care" would ban )kept the car t6coUr
__ R were Sunday visitors of Mr. and week. : I:Gene Failing of Starke were :
Mrs I Mrs. C. H. Dittmar i WELL: a lot longer. Jetting {
Bobby Turner at State Farm of Jackscn- ;, '
with Mr.
visitors in Bradenton
i-----
6 THRU 12 "
SbundAND ._ <1-
and Alice Anderson in Starke. I ville was visiting her parents' and Mrs. Donald McMahone and the habit of letting us checkjour HO / \
Miss E. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd and oil wateand ; PJflS4
Agnes
Lawson. daughterof Green I P i son last week. gay battery t '-
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Lawson of family on Monday and Tuesday. life U, -
I Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Clemons of tires gives longer \ I :
Starke I Mrs. N. B. Rosier I. i I .. :"- -
was on the dean's list and children !- Heilbronn : ,. guNtsoJw1tr
were Sunday guests cars. "1110- I
for the full semester at Florida were in Lake Butler last I. and I ./
here of Mrs. Ina Knight son. f. \ ,
State University. week visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. S. \
Rev. Thomas Barnard, Evangelist Recreation Director Bob Benneris Johns. !Lauderdale Mr. and Mrs.spent Joe from Oliver Friday of Ft.to 19 f nough to AccomodateItotahtoAppreciate I. ____4---J... 'I Plus "Racket Busters" Car-

in Tampa attending a joint Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dansby were Wednesday here with Mr. and ,, PlusAll A {;ird" Cartoon toon. .. .
meeting of the Florida State Recreation visiting their son Bill Dansby ,I Mrs. W. A. Saxon last week. = ---

Society and the South- in Baptist Memorial Hospital on .j I See Redfearn's Spring I

Inspirational Singing .. 7:30 Nightly ':eastern Recreation Executives Sunday. Bill cut the end off his I Clearance Sale Ad

Conference. finger while working at a processing 1 W. drove
Mr. and Mrs. J. Home
David Huff of Cincinatti. Ohio machine at his TV studio .o Reevesville. S. C. Sunday to MORE HOME

a student at Florida Southern, office in Jacksonville.Mrs. flake.f Mrs. J. H. McAlhany home
EVERYONE WELCOME was a weekend guest of Gus J. W. Kincaid returned after her visit here of several

Kcpelousos who was home on i i home Monday after spending sev- .","eeks.i .

Spring vacation from FSU. ) cral weeks with Mr. and Mrs. C. 'i Mr. and Mrs. James J. Smith YOUR MONEY

Mr. and Mrs. Glen Hartwigof |'C.; Hoppe in Tampa. Mrs. O. 1I .-j moved into the C. L. May house FOR
Tampa weekend I Beasley. who underwent eye surCtry -
were guestsof i next to Mr. and Mrs. Lester Mc-
Mrs. Edna Hutchinson and in Tampa three weeks ago. is,JCullough! last weekend. The parents -. With A Star Home Built on Your Lot Anywhere Within 100
r family.Mr. i expected home this weekend.
I Mr.
of Mrs. W. P. McElray.
and Mrs. C. V. Inglerightare i Planning to attend the Southeastern i and Mrs. Smith had recently visited Miles of Jacksonville

RCA VICTOR TV moving into the Drew Red- Hcspital Convention in here with the McElroys. They

dish house, 371 N. Cherry street,,i i Atlanta, Apr. 8-10, are Mr. and ,had .been living in New Port
Mrs. R. E. Edmondson, Mrs. P.
this week which they have pur- ,Rii-hey.
chased. 'I{JG Felos, Mrs. Clyde Terwillegar. Weekend visitors here with Mr.
'Mrs. Junius Smith. Mrs. H. C.
Mrs. D. E. Weisner, Interna- and Mrs. Lynn Hall were Mr. and
tional Child Evangelism worker,! Brown and S. E. Sparks. .'Mrs. R. O. Copeland and Mrs.
of Los Angeles Calif spent I Mr. and Mrs. Crosby H. Dawk- Roy Copeland of Valdosta" Ga.

Thursday to Sunday with Dr. and i ins and daughters of Jacksonville Mrs. David Brown and Mrs. L.

Mrs. H .G. Bollinger. ; were; visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. H. D. Brcwn remained in Jacksonville

Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Bullingtonand oilman on Easter Sunday. Ja- for the weekend to be withThe I i '
qp I daughter have moved to the. relle Dawkins remained overnightwith t I Ik .M

II I Jack Waters house at 321 W.. her grandparents. Mrs. Noll-. I -
I -
I II II Ii
man spent Monday and Tuesdayin -
Madison street which they have
-
i purchased.Mr. Jacksonville on business.
i and Mrs. Nate Dyal and Miss Merry Winkler of Macon, THE SOITIIKKX CROSS-A h.>me with plenty fat room

I family attended the Easter parade\ Ga. is home on vacation for a 1i 'T _._ a prut j otl can afford. This spnrfoii! S-bedroom home ONLY:
l month before taking the position .. at this It
in St. Augustine on Sunday. -..rwi 't er, interior staling seldom found price.
I + Mr. and Mrs. Tyler Jones at- I as dietitian on May first at n anuNwtten and l.fetime -
\ l 1 \ t exterior of board
lI tended the funeral of a cousin,! the University Medical Hospitalin L 11fa"l( an attractive Shingles.I Your clwlce of (contrasting $$59 90
I !" Western :Cedar
; Carlton Crosby Sunday after- Gainesville.Mr. --::.:- I I
than
it In less
noon in Callahan. and Mrs. Gordon Ray Am- .,_J color \Ve build it on your l lot and you own per mo.

Miss Ginger Jones a student brose of Jacksonville were visitingher 11 six .paN.. SEK: THE,SO'rilEltClOSS AM OTIIEIi

nurse at St. Vincent's Hospital, i parents Mr. and Mrs. E. A. STAR HOMES NOW at 638 North Kdgew: od at &.rnr.Q .

who has beeninterning the past I Winkler, en Sunday. --

three Baltimore months Md.at arrives Seaton home Institute Fri-r I 50 MORE DESIGNS$ $


RCA Victor Donley. Big value in day for. and a Mrs.month's J. R.vacation.Mr. Bullington. t Only Defenseagainst

table TV. 262 sq. in. picture. Bal- and daughter were in Eureka on the ravages of floodwaters

anced fidelity FM Sound. Pull-push Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs. L. once they ha\e gotten from $29.50 month '

on-off switch with Stay-Sst! volume .
H. Marsh. out of (control is rehabilitation.For t-
control Transformer-powered chassis Rev. and Mrs. Barry VanDev- that you need only what NO DQWN 11'IE'ItXO; :' REP; TAPE. dint bring -
with improved weak signal reception. d. the rest. WE; IMJ NOT KEEP =
enter of the Union Seminary insurance can give you. Art: your deed we TIIK: METKOR: Our most popular 2-bed-
Tube-saving power surge resistor. Richmond Va. were weekend YOUR DEED off Invest -
Bradford County Hospital announces protected room model. Make jour rent pay -
Printed circuits.Available in 3 finishes.$188.QR guests of Mr. and Mrs. An- you YKARS. Financing -
Guy MX
the 'births FREI1): :: CLEAK, IN
following : YOURS, it in a home like this. Your, in I less than
drews. Rev. Van Deventer presided cost, title Insurance and
includes all closing .
at the Easter Sunday services Mr. and Mrs. Ivory Luke of Charley E. Johns six years. t

: at the First Presbyterian Lawtey, a son, John Roland Mar. 3 years fire insurance. I Only per month
church. 25. CHOICE OF EXTERIOR. Western Cellar shingles.; $3Q-30 t

trade Miss Sylvia Paulk was in Pearson Novelty Siding. Board and Batten, V-Board Siding
Mr.\. and Mrs. Mack Futch of .
Ga. the first of the week to AgencyDial Asbestos Shingles, or>> attractive combinations.NOT -
Starke, a son, Paul Ebnet, Mar.
rehearse for a performance she PREFAB. Floor plans ran be changed or we. _
25. fII!!
will appear in on Apr. 24. ,II..
plan.
l WO 4.0121 ran UM- jour own -
'-
Comer Perryman was visitinghis Mr. and :Mrs: Victor Lazich of WITH STAR IUEIZES. Completely I .
SAVE S _
YOU
Fla. -J
parents, Judge and Mrs. E. K. 'I. Starke, I
Mar.
Starke a daughter, Tammy finished on the outside floored and with all.framing
1 Perryman on Sunday.Mr. "t-O.5 I ..,_ _:
"-_-a T
and Mrs. E. W. Hayes and for inside calls In pla.-Jeo.lgnf'd so that you can
home for
THE STARBURST A 3-bedroom
TV ServiceAll Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Thomas will easily finish Interior and save $1,000 to $3.000. -
8-/001'/ ceilings. Extra lev* than $ao per month Ghe you thelargest
attend the annual State Grand The perfect tribute to 1 STAR FEATURES: Full the smallest'
Chapter of the Eastern Star convention strong foundation 5 !sills.' All sill and'jolsts cre- possible living space-for

in Tampa next week. a cherished memory osoted. Double framing on doors and windows.. psiae price.

Work Guaranteed Free Estimates his James mother.Hunt Mrs.of Henrietta Bonifay visited Hunt Every funeral that we conduct 1 1 2 eaves* x' 6"drip joists and and 210-pound-heavy rafters, high-grade asphalt, paint.shingles'Metal far Only $49.90 per month

en Sunday.
is a source of sustaining under all roof and - - -
Gene Shaw flew to St. Louis, l + extra roof life. 15-pound felt 'idb l
Dependable solace and spiritual inspiration .\ HOMES.Inc.) '
.
Fully Equipped .
:Mo.: last week where he accepteda f ing for extra insulation.
to the family. IMS North Edgeww-I (Mease Print)
+ j jJacksonville
position with the Ralston Purina
J
All Makes andSHEPHERD'S Models Co. He started to work for SEE OUR MODEL :.HOMES! FloridaOpen

the firm in Macon Ga. on Apr. 1. Hundreds of details are managed and economically Daily 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.Sundays |(_) Please send FREE Folder and de-l

Mrs. L. L. Stuckey of Coral attended to that only a trained and careful 2 to 6 p.m. -t'ripthe materiaL |

RADIO & TV Gables spent the first of the organization can perform when the urgent need 638 North Edgewood at Beaver '(_) 1'If'aba'e your r prf'tf'fltath'BII..
week with Mr. and Mrs. Jack for serving is at hand.DeWITT tol]
Or, if you live within 100 miles of JacksonvilleCALL j I understand there b no. obligation
McComb.Mr. .
INMAN D. GREEN, Owner C. JONES USCOLLECT 7 buy. I
and Mrs. James Morrell EV -5S 11
iName .. ---------
ard children of Hampton Tenn. -- -
t Phone WO 4-6901 Starke, Fla. FUNERAL DIRECTOR AMBULANCE SERVICE l

and Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Grimes I PHONES: WO 42600VO 4.2610 'Address _--------
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:and son of Gainesville were Sunday *
We furnish the service at lowest and accept STAR :I :'
Color T.V. evening guests of Mr. and highest type prices HOMES M =
i HeadquartersI I :Mrs. E E. Lewis. AJfY life insurance policy toforce, issued by ANY company, a. -----I

4 Gay Mabry is confined with the payment in part or fa foil_ _on funeral ervkes. Consultation 638 North Edjjewood _

measles and Wanda Lewis has carrier no obligation.i -

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SIX BKADFOIIO COUNTY TELEGRAPH: STARKE. FLUR1DA THURSDAY APRIL, 2, I99 _
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BHS Trackmen 1: Rites Held Sunday I March Rainfall I RacelrackDivvy I Game Hour Set

Host TriangularMeet For Mrs. KellyAt I Tops 12 Inches; I To Start April 16 Pyrofax Range"Game

New River Fires DeclineAn : Hour," a program for SALE
Here Friday
Slated For Rehash boys and girls of the fourth, fifth,
-
The BHS track team will host Mrs. Margaret Colson Kelly 86.I ? average of .43 inch cf rain and sixth grades will' begin Monday ALL RANGES MUST GO!

Butler and Santa Ke In a,I' widow of the late David Wiley J was recorded at the county's three (Continued from Page 11 J April 16, at 3:45 at the Pratt PRICE CUT

Lake Kelly of New River, died in a ; .. fire towers during the past week, SL Playground, and will be heid 3 CYL. GAS FREE!
triangular meet at the local school i Starke hospital Thursday. March bringing the total for March to a PHS with a portion of its race : each Monday at the same time

Friday. This win be the first time I 126, after an extended illness. iccord-breaking 12.12 inches. To- track money next year. In fact. : and place.I I Old Range* Make Down Payment

the Tornadoes have had a chanceto I Mrs. Kelly was bcrn April 13. I tal for the first three months of the Board had scheduled a bid- j Every Wednesday, also at 3:4: INSTALLATION FREE

-tun against schools 01 the i 1872 in Bradford County. her the year was 21.19 inches basedon cpening for various phases of I I a similar program will be conducted Plus FREE Cake Decorators

I rarents being the late John GoldI j 4' an average recorded at the this work fcr the same time as I' at Wainwright Park. Churcn

Fame or a smaller size. I wire and Sarah Cone Colson. She j three towers. the County Commission called :I and Park Sts. Se* Tour Pyrofax Distributor

Coach Dave Hurse took nis I and her husband lived at the Kel- I -'''1!' .J.r. Only one rrcods fire was reported them to meet to discuss a 50-50 ;i The children will learn new CENTRAL FLORIDA GAS

team to the Florida Relays last : ly homestead near New River station '.,?3- 9 3'I- during the week with six .. iplit. Morgan said they would'i games and play the old, familiar AND APPLIANCE CO.

Saturday 'tout it was little more I for many years. Recently she \ ... #I acres burned. I. likely postpone their bid openingto ones. The program was announced 119 S. Walnut St. Starke
: had resided with ner son, H. C. Only 20 woods fires with 106 later in the day so they could I I by Recreation Director Bob Hen-I
they
the
for as
than outing boys
an
Kelly. at Lawtey. \ acres burned have been reported meet with the Commissioners, as ner. PRICE AS LOW AS $129.50
ot the
were thrown against some I \
I Surviving are tnree other sons. in the county since Jan. 1. as requested.A I
in the southeast.The !
finest teams \
Percy W. Kelly, Miami; John compared with 77 fires and 495.3 spokesman for the Commissioners -

local lads did have the, Grady Kelly Yankeetown, and I ; } acres burned during the same period : said they agreed to the Sell It Rent h *

pleasure of seeing Louisiana | Eustace L. Kelly, Gainesville; in 1958.Cancer 00-40 formula two years ago Trade IfI

State's fabulous Billy Cannon perform -t three daughters, Mrs. Ruby I I Then the county school system

in the college events. The'Cannonball" i Adams, Charleston S. C.; Mrs. Danger seemed threatened with an emer-

: ran the 1 uoyardd !Sarah Hallman Chattanooga, Signals ShownTo gency need for funds. During the WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED

sh in record equalling time oi Tenn.; and Mrs. Lone Tomlinson. ensuing two-year period the I

{'.5 seconds finished fourth m the Brooker; two brothers Palen Col- Rotarians Scheol Board has been paid about I 20 WORDS OR LESS. O. Ia.*r1!.M (!MBB M Ckare) n

phot put and, anchored the L.US son. El Pasco Texas, and Gold- I $30,000 more than it would have EACH ADDITIONAL WORD OVER SO ... ----_ ____ -,,* _.*..
team in a record time wire B. Colson. Brooker; one sister An effective color film pointing collected under an equal division. i t' :so%" mscorxT: o:* REPEAT I\SERTIO\S SAJIE AD

of 440 41.9 relay seconds. Cannon's per- Mrs. Hattie Williams New Win faster Prizes out the importance of recognizingthe The Commissioners point out that I :ADDITIONAL: FOH BLIND ADS OR ADS SOT PAID lit ADVANCg.t .

:Poit Richey: 21 grandchildren, 28 ; seven danger signals of cancer this was an emergency measure II
not CLASSIFIED DISPLAY *1.21 .
formance in the flash was put I Pn *. Tint I. .
anti.
into the record books because of a I great grandchildren, and one Leslie Thomas (front and center) wajj a proud winner of one was shown at the Rotary Club frnd they believe the time has I, tlJQO PER 1XCH: FOR SAME AD REPEATEOI: OR MORE TIMES

wind, but he still great great grandchild. of the big Easter bunnies given away at the Florida Theatre I Wednesday by Mrs. Marian Davis; come to revert to the original 50- !
favoring I
E trong .
of Gainesville field representativeof 50 split. "It's either that or increased CARDS OF 'I'HA'iK: (I> T 60 Word) AM
trophy Funeral services were held in afternoon.lnnt'h not preSt'nt't're AudreyHakes I
the Kearney-Rayburn
won last Saturday OVER 50 WORDS 4
------ C..f.
I and Mrs. Pn
the Cancer Society, W.r'
millage for the
as the meet's outstanding performer. I the New River Baptist Church at and Jayne Hardy and Daryl Carroll, Kasterbaskets. taxpayersof
bunny, j I Clyde Terwillegar, county chair Bradford County" is the .
RF..OLtJ'TIO'flh
way
MEWORI1! AD __ .
Lonnie 4 .
3 p.m Sunday with Rev. in avsisted with drawing are: JoanCanipanella <> ft, w...
Others photoho I they put it.Godwin.
Parker officiating. Burial was in 'orma Jean Fowler, T. 15. Mclntosh and Carolyn man.The program was in charge ot'' RI'IT SKWYou XOW. The ultimate In pr."tlge. 500
the family plot in the church EXGR.4\'ED business cards, $19.95
Winn-Dixie Stores I Dr. A. Y. Covington county health Named price include, .
t cemetery under the direction of Kelly. I' have homf' plate) Never before,
may a masonry
that one engraving at this
officer who pointed out low price.
Are Observing40th I DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home. j Guard[ CaptainAt complete with range and refrigerator Bradford County Telegraph tfCITP.fS
victims .
out of every three cancer for a* little ax $150.00 downaymCnt.
Anniversary Active pallbearers were R. R. .Future Homemakers is now being saved, as comparedwith State PrisonJames ) $265: no when the deal i'completed bearing sties, container
Andrews, C. E. Andrews. Floyd and monthly paymentsas
One Acquitted Week only one out of every four ;; month. Thereare gro'n. AIIIO Plum Carner APP'' -
.. To Observe low al' $67.50 a
A; Pear Hood
Russell Par- and
Wiggins, Green Guy Eah'win
is Brown Godwin took over home Fig.
Winn-Dixie Food Stores, Inc. I several years ago. He attributed no home better than our Grapevines. Persimmon
; ish, and Herbert Parrish. : ot Wednesday, April 1, as Captain of .i..i they are new.A. etc Evergreens -
celebrating its 40th Anniversarythis i The Bradford Chapter of Fu- I this largely to early detection Shade Trees, Camellias, over

week. From a meager beginning I Six Convicted Uire Homemakers of America will : the disease due to the publiC being the Guards at the State Prison at I J. TIIOMIS RRU.TOR full 400 of varieties.bud' and Azal.as. fine plants
:Tennis Club Raifcrd almost exactly four years 1115 Temple .%*.. Tel. WO -I- 1.1 bloom. See our
of the store in South join in the observance of National I aware of the danger signals. I I Plants for quality. We are located

Florida 39 years ago. the organization -j To Be OrganizedAt FHA Week April 5-11 with a I I The cancer workers reportedthat after his father, assistant warden H miles east of Keystone Heightson
i current drive films James G. I Jim J Godwin was shot I Ito Hlwa100.. Thousands of plants.
the seventh largest These will during the KEROSENESMOKELESS
is now In Prison 'Riot'A number of activities. I C. Camf'1I Nursery Phone MU
7-
food chain in the nation. I USO April 9thA include decorating the bulletin : have been shown to around l,&OU death by an inmate George ODORLESS Florahome. Fla tf

with I in Bradford County and Heroux. The crime occurred April -
Now serving the Southeast board in the main hall of C persons NO MONEY
Tennis Club will be formedat DOWN Zenith
473 modern food centers and nine Puerto Rican inmate at Kai- I building, arranging flowers for\ some 5,000 pieces of literature have 4. 1955. 15.9 Per Gal Washing Machines, now at DA-
carry" wholesale ware- a meeting Thursday April 9, at a FHA col- been distributed, largely through Godwin was named acting cap- HMFTR jfchg
"cash and ford Prison was acquitted on !the office and wearing \
S p.m. at the USO according to an I'I : the schools. tan; by Warden DeWitt Sinclair. AT YOUR IMPERIAL
houses in nine states WinnDixiealso charge of destroying prison prop'!ors on Wednesday For cabinets, bookcases, boats ett'
announcement Recreation Director .
by The seven danger signals tnat i with approval by Prisons Director made to ordt'r. See G. L.
Farbf'r
has manufacturing plants erty after he made a moving pleain : During the year the Bradford SERVICE STATION ,
Bob Benner. i are: R. Culver. He will J.H =N. Cherry st.. Ptarke Fla.tp .
any
snould serve as a warning O. serve as
under
food items of
rrcducing many broken English to a County.section of FHA had a total hotic WO 4-SU4.
This program is primarily for j unusual bleeding or discharging; a acting captain for 90 days after Hiway 301 North Starke, 4-U
its own label.A Court jury Monday afternoon. 45 members in the club during
adults and those who wish to thickness in the breast or which such appointments are usually FOR SALE-An established going
modern food testing labora- Jose Rivera told the court he the 1958-59 school year. Among lump or part tim business in and
tory is located in Jacksonville and learn to play are also invited to had been urged to take part in a the first projects were an educational -. elsewhere; a sore that does not made permanent. .! h.eoy lit on f'. Ideal work for student around
the club. Tournaments will j heal In bowel or bladder He has Been an employee of the or retired teacher. Phone 3782
food testing join the maximum Fair ; a change i 1 FISH for
in SHRIMP
is maintained by top January uprising display at the County 'I rartktJlar
be planned if enough players sign habits hoarseness or cough; indigestion Prison for the last nine ft 4-%
; years.
technicians to insure the qualityof security building at Raiford, but{which won a blue ribbon. The '

all'products sold in Winn-Dixie up.Courts I had refused because "Why shouldI same month a float was entered or difficulty in swallow-. OYSTERSFish SALLY TISON= PROPERTY FOR
I at the Pratt St. Flay- i ir.g; a change in a wart or mole. MAYOR'S COURTNo I SALE or trade for property in or
stores.In ground will be used. <7b this when I only got 37 daysto i in the BHS Homecoming parade I Dressed If Desired near Tampa. See C. A. Williams

comparison with the original go and then I can go home to and in November 40 girls attendedthe trials were"held at Mayor'sCourt Uilliamo J..W'-II'V. 4D 4.'

family-operated store, the chain Puerto Rico?" I I FHA district meeting in Pa- Junior Baseball Monday morning because all Prevatt Fish Market SIXCER SRWINO MACHINE with

now employs nearly 9,500 regularfull Fire Prevention Rivera had no defense counsel I latka. Money-making projects for Program PlannedTwo seven defendants failed to appear 617 E. Brownlee St. attachment up payments. 5 Payments jrrs. guaranty$1.25 ,wkly.take

time persons and 6,800 part Group To MeetThe and Judge T. A. Yawn had to j the year included selling special I and bonds totaling $297 were es- Ph. WO 9-1091 c.J U.20 total baL Phone Oainesill -

time employees.The serve as interpreter at times when hangers candy, cookies, and baseball programs were treated. \ FR %.BUi.... Free Delivery-_
,a.. ,a..'
local store. under the man- Bradford County Forest the prisoner wanted to cross ex-I sponsoring a dance. announced this week by Recrea- Thomas Earl Goring: had two WE HAVE a new loan program for I -

tgement of Ernest Phillips, is observing Fire Prevention Committee will 2mine a witness. Rivera To help improve the school the tion Director Bob Benner. One charges against him, displaying farmers. Loans ot 1 to ( year LINOTYPE OPERATOR wanted for

the 40th anniversary with meet at 8 p.m. Monday, April 6. seem to understand he was making Bradford section made seven will be for fourth fifth and sixth firearms on a city street and public Tor the entire credit require. several mrnths. Three to five days
ments of the farmer and his fame work per week. Idea! setup for retired -
some special sales events. ?t the Bradford-Union headquarters statements to witnesses instead complete sewing kits for the glade boys and the other for older intoxication. His bond on the ily. Gainesville Production Credit operator. Will need April I.

"With our reputation for fair on Highway' 100 west. Purpose of asking them questions. school homerooms, and the boys of from 12 to 15 years. firearms (pistol) charge was $100 Association VO Horth Main Write or call Claude Crowson, Bradford -
Gainesville Fla. tfch County Telegraph, WO
dealing with customers and employees of the meeting will be to discuss Assistant Warden L. C. Swan I grounds around the home ec- The program for the younger and on the public intoxication 4-31111: Stark. Fla phone

Winn-Dixie looks to a 'Ip'ans for the open house to beheld testified that a fluorescent light i|enemies wing of the high school boys will be held every Tuesday charge, $52. RADIOS REPAIREDAll

future of continued growth and j at the headquarters site at bulb in front of Rivera's cell was [ building were planted with shrub- and Thursday starting next week. Two more charges of public intoxication Hake AU JMrialeaMBBble llr HITEfl5 FOR THESE TWO

;, a later date, Chairman W. C. out at the same time other 7 at 3:13 the Ele- Charges fmmrmmttmiMIKPHEHDS T1PES OP PROPERTIES
success in Starke and throughoutthe broken I( bcry and flowers. I April p. m. on I two charges of runninga RADIO TV
Southeast Phillips said. ;: Powell said. prisoners were destroying toilet !I Highlights of the club meet- mentary School playground.This red light in the school zone, and !.... Grf'''., Onarr v.5 ITlfls3D :

fixtures and light toufos in one:i lings, were: three guest speakers. will be continued until cne charge of disorderly conduct n. W. Call St. Fla.Phae WO4-.M1Starke. A. farm and 4 nraoi ....*.

of the star shaped maximum. the end of the school term and the docket. & A. maul b* tillable, price .. $7OO
wing ;< a demonstration program and a I by fighting were on with ....e term. If Uwer will payJIM
security building on the night in,i surprise pink tea, prepared by the may also be incorporated in the GENUINE ENGRAVED Wedding Invitationa ......
I I
question. Swan said the prisoners j I I Home Economics III class and the summer program. NOTICE with double envelopes lOv
.I for $21.95.: Bradford Cour'r Tele- ) .. rno acre. with S room ......
I STARKE CABINET WORKS I IV broke lights in tne hall by SWing-I'I' executive board members of the A meeting of the 12 to 15 year MARCH 30 1959: raJ>h. tf J.:S.MM> tWHIT ,::otIOO. wID pay 'l3,00deli.

ing bars of soap tied in ,I I club. I'I old group will be held Saturday I am not responsible for any FOR StLE .. 'I... .. ..... h.._.
Florence Thomasor
W i He said there were no prisoners i April 4, at the USO at 9:30 am debts made by 1, The remaining; lot of $1.90 screen HA\K 101' TO OFFER
OP either side of Rivera or across I'I'i I' Forfeited Bonds to organize baseball teams for for Florence Thomas-Kerby doors tilling for 50c. Also reduced ('.Btart !StresS' Realty. P. O. nov:
hall from him but Rivera Thomas. 3tp 416VHYPAYRENT prices on large size: windows, used 3I ?. Marke. Florida Phase HO fh
the
the summer Boys in this
CUSTOM STYLED CABINETS i, program. bath tubs comodes, lavatories, tables : u. Office located & mile. South of
stoutly maintained he was not j Total $2,400 age group are asked to come out chairs, outside benches, all Marke. .. t. S. 301.

Styling and Finishes to Match Decor of I, the one who (broke the light and,|In County Court Saturday and get lined up witha can be bought at big savings. Need __2tche 4-2
?! room for other material.
j aid another prisoner was respon- team. .
Your RequirementsKitchen I % Come in and look around whether t'onLtz: lN-droom frame house
1 i 100 100 ft.
sible. porches x I; jalousis
1 Only 15 defendants showed up you need anything or not No
windows. Will take $600 for
Cabinets Counters Bar Tops and Fixtures 1! Six other prisoners facing the I;' when County Judge T. A. Yawn Ij Bond Is PostedOn WILL BUILD HOME of obligation.Big Dad"'. Factory T. Jackson, phone in rear WO tqnity. (12 Collins Place or phone my

Table Tops Store Fixtures and Alterations same charge were not as lucky as I' held Plea Day March 25. Sixty- Check Chr.rgo ON YOUR LOT 4-4001, and ask for Mr. Ghames. WO 4-5S72: : tin 4-2

!Rivera. A jury found Charles FreI tx others stayed away and for ch g FOR SALE-Oorang Alrdale puppies -

Cornices Furniture Repairs Plastic Fabricating I vatt Robert Yancey, Ronald Mi-' feited a total of $2,400 in bonds Wm. E. Bigham J.. o: Brcoker REGISTERED $23 each. Farm Home and Au-
No Down Payment Meat Type Hampshire to. "honp0 4-go* atchg 4-'
(Formica. Texolite Micarta. and others) Ceramic i I kell, and Leonard C. Beebe guilty mostly for traffic offenses. posted $2,000 bond with the sher- Hogs. Florida's largest 100)

Tile Tops for Kitchen Base Cabinets and Vanities. |ias charged and Judge Yawn sentenced Judge Yawn sentenced nine ii's office March 21 after he. HOME BUILDERS, per.. cent Production Registered dist WANTED: at Gem Jewelry 10! E
TONEY a e free herd.
Iruy quality with
Call St. A customer that wants a
I each of the defendants to other traffic violators to was charged with passing I assurance )Ir!!. Kuiwll :;
pay a Inc. I O'Steen Diamond buy. One full karat Gem
Contracting on Residential and Commercial Repairs cne year in the county jail. The $450 in fines and or serve 81 daysin worthless check for $1,064.29. ']t ?'''''o. Fla Swift 4-3-t! ; 4trhg 4-' quality No. I. Regular priced at

Additions, Trim and Finish Work. sentences will begin at the end of jail. Bigham was charged after he, 'Contact RAY FORTHi FOR SAI.P.-onp large size Monarch U nltis. OI.flfJ tax for Cash Sale Only 11 Itch I.flq.:

the terms the men are now servingin Aaron Franklin was sentencedto he allegedly gave the check in i PHONE 4123 Electric Itan t', $73.00. Also
t'pright piano. Excellent con FOR SLK
All Work Guaranteed -- Estimates Given Raiford. pay $25 fine or serve 10 days payment for a load of corn he Keystone Heights, Fla. dition. Farm Home and Auto Ph.
Prisoners Charles Knight and on a drunk charge. Paul Parker- bought in Georgia. I, __ __ \vn 4- nni. :Jtohe- 4-s I am moving from Starke and de-

Owned and Operated by George W. Ricks Edward Johns changed their pleas ton was fined $150 for driving FOR SALE-3 bedroom frame house f lIre.- In Street wll my In home Saratoga at 1214 Heights.LYadf -

300 East Call St. Starke Fla. from not guilty to guilty and were while intoxicated. in Iawt-y. not finished inside comIletHy TI.is house has three Bedrooms.
sentenced to nine months in jail Barbara Jean Martin 4 block from school.' 1 acre n.th. Kitchen Dining area, and
was sen- tend. 7 bearing pecan t.o. InquireMassey's Living room. Carport and utilityniom.
"No Job Top Small or Too Large" after Warden Swan recommended tenced to 30 days in jail for con- Gulf Service. Lawtey. I will sell this home either
lenien '. 2tp f-% furnished or unfurnished-
tributing to the dependancy of you pay
DIALVO 4-3645 ANYTIME
only $1000 down and the balancelike
Only two cases were scheduled minors. This Negro woman hasa W.XTI'IJ.-.Colorwl maid for April rent. This house can be shown

for Tuesday. County Attorney A. charge of assault and battery and May to care for children. and rr.ytinuafter 4 p. m. this Sunday.
housework In Tanaha" Contart
J. Thomas entered a motion ot filed against her under an aliasof F-oylc K. Conner Ins. Agency. 2ISAv IIUUIV C. KI.ROO Jr.

__. .. I none prosequi in a charge of reckless Barbara Jean aiIey.A Tpmf *trhg 412 K. ('.'LI. XT.
:; : """"' 'N' .
Richard Williams Hay I').... WO 4-8311
'if f I driving against charge of assault and bat- j WANTED: at Gem Jewelry! 10* E. M,..lit Pfc... WO 4-4SKS
I and the was dismissed.A 'all St. A
case tery against Leo DeSue Jr. was V customer. that want a
charge of petit larceny a- dismissed Diamond buy. On. full karat Gem KOK SALI'-Uil Jeep station wagon -
but he
was sentencedto quality No. I. Regular priced at sin:; WO 4-524S!' Up
gainst Charles Thompson and pay $25 fine or serve 10 daysin U,50o.11B for Cash Sal Only $75100;;

;s % PUT Richard Clark was continued to I, jail for using profane languagein T-lns., tw Itrng .I material Draperies or made mine. reasonable Bring measure your

the next session of County Court. a public place. IM-OMB TAX !SIRIItt1.IoI : ments. Call Mrs. Howard Tucker
Last Emma Mae Arm- I hone 4274, Keystone heights Fla.
I Thursday A charge of interfering with \\ 0I .... 521: W. Pratt ?vrhg 4.'
0'? strong was sentenced to five days I I the duties of an officer against :,... .Call after 3 p. ... M..">? Frl-

in jail after her conviction on a Willie Ham was dismissed. I".,. ..ll .lay !Saturday.' I roil SALE Aluminum 1C ext.
1 (". I:. III T(11F50S I Udder. 2 rolls of 18" Valley metal.dl..t .
language charge. Clarence ..--
profane rbc. :.-. of drawers electric roaster
.x Harrington was sentenced to paya I x.1 and mattress, metal trunk. Ap-
$ __________ t Elks InstallationSet #'I .J I.. -- %PRTME
fine months in FOR HUNT |>!T Anioi-o Station, X Temple Up
$300 or serve six \ .
.bi
r I _! '1 ,-- S.AtJ .- ". 2 Bedrooms. Large Living Hoom.:
jail for passing a worthless check. For MondayThe I O E FEATUQES Dinette off Living K.rom. Furnishrd.Modern KVINKCDE I 1-% H. P. Outboard
L Harold D. Sothern \was sentencedto Rath. Really this I, a second -' motor for m4'1 le. Call Claude Crow-
floor Call WOodland after :5pm WO 4-IM1
} ( ---p pay a $50 fine or serve 30 days B. P. O. Elks will have "House Hopeless? Heavens No! Wait until you see the 4-2600. bungalow tfchg eon

I j'V for failure to have his vehicle under their annual installation of officers planning service of Starke Builders Supplies, Inc. IIEI.P WANTED: MEN OR WOMEN.
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FOR "Earthworms $1 Interviewer one week. No Belling
and an additional $Thor Monday night April 6 at per
control ,
If,>. J. W. Alvarez. iU W. Adkinn or soliciting. Late afternoon $5
10 days for having no driver's 8 p. m. in the club room. Past St. Zip 4., rot r day and mileage. Must nave
YotsfhTteoltvitr&There's t Exalted Rulers will have ctr Write Mrs. Blue, 1' O. Cox
license.A chargeof
MONEY DOWN FOR RENT-2 bedroom modern i.3-B.. Starke. Fla. Itchg 8
mistrial resulted in the case the installation. Dinner will NO hc.uP.ath, -ctrlcity. hot water.

of Philip David Thompson on a be: served at 6:30: and all Elks are 2. miles from Starke on Hiway 18 FOR SALE-New fishing boat VIIhap..d
> :; t>.r mo Phon IFT !-?*7" Itobg! bottom. Phone WO 4-39)1
a lively, youthful feeling about motoring : charge of driving while intoxicated. requested to attend,--Jerome Sis N. Temple Ave._ Itchg
Johns Exalted Ruler. WANTED-ChlKs bed with mattress
rescheduled.
The trial will be
with Phillips 66 Flite-Fuel. And the reason is: suitable use up to 4 yrs. old.Must FOR SALE-2 Rollaway beds :r
A DWI charge aainst Rufus Ran be in good: condition. Write clean $40. 1.% mil east of 301 on
Flite-Fuel is made with extra-lively components.The Hutchings was not pross- CARD OF ThANKSOur Repair description and price to P. O. Box State Rd. 12* Mine Rd.) White
dolph
heartfelt thanks to all who ,,*;. Stark itcbg block bouse. W. Finn Box 115,
extra amounts of high test natural and ed. f.w.y. Via 1trhr!!
extended cCmforting sympathyand Add Rooms WEST-Call Street Lots For Sale.
On Friday, Edward Adkins was -- Carport -
aviation elements in Flite-Fuel give easier help in our recent sorrow. I V R Ho.i..r. 1;71 W fall !Sf ffctig: Carpenter work and .root work
you sentenced to pay a $25 fine or anted. R H. English 317 X

starting faster engine warm-up quick serve five days in jail for passing I The thoughtful beautiful acts flowers of friends and other and Bath Room rho WANTED Trail -Mote Experienced-T Maid.ItchgIST Ap-: Broadway St. Starke. Itp

acceleration. You the anti-knock benefits a stopped school :bus. Charges a- WANTED at Gem Jewelry lot E
get Robert Tyson Jr. and Ernest -. neighbors will always remain : -Tellow hound puppy with Call SL A customer that wants a
rainst INCLUDING SEPTIC TANK AND FIXTURES .
( white f.... near TVressa off Road Diamond buy. One
resulting from high octane,yet Flite-Fuel actually nol with us a precious memory. Weask full karat Gem
B. McChesney were pross- ) 100. R. :M. Hersey Jr. Rt. 1 Starke. quality No. I. Regular priced at
costs less than many other premium gasolines.Give ed. Tyson was charged with petit a special blessing on each Itp $1409.00 for Cash Sale Only $750.04FOR

larceny and :McChesney with having and every one.-Nat Williams and Time To Re-roof FOR AI155 Acres of good land pins fa, tt.l1g

your car"a "youth treat- < an improper cense tag. family. near Heilbronn Springs. Appro 85 RENT: -Furnished two b-d-
ilPhillips
*cres in cultivation approx. 75 room house, redecorated Inside
ment." Fill up with Flite-Fuel at Clyde Johns entered a plea Of w. c. T. U. acres in wood's pasture 4 water Large window fan tile bath with

nolo contendere (no contest) to a STARKE BUILDERS holes that's never been dry. See shower large gas kitchen range
your Phillips 66 Dealer's.JEROME 96. or call G. E. Crews, Raiford. Fla. Clean ready to move In April 15.
charge of using profane language Phone (C W. Fla. State Prison. Adults. CI2 Lake St Phone WO 45744. -
x "WE CANNOT BUILD A GREATCJ"ILIZATIOS Ztp 4-lt Mrs. A. F. Sauls. tfchg
ind was on probation for nine
i put
WITH SALOONSAND
JOHNS OIL COMPANY months under the probation ot- INt' FOR REXT-4 rm. and bath-nice LOST-OO.ZO Tire on Chev. Truck
LIQUOR ON EVERY CORNER -
,SUPPLIES cottage Large corner lot. on pavedHiway. Rim. South of Lawtey on $01. Wed.
Distributor ficer. An additional charge of assault ,, AMERICA.." ,, t Adjoins school ground r.ghu:! Write John CoryeH. Prattsborr -
Space heater In living room. IsO X. T. Reward I tp
and battery against Johns [NATIONAL VOICE.( pr month. Contact "'rlO. D. E.
AT SJI.L. DEPOT STARKE. FLA.
was nol prossed. II I : Knight, UIt.. Walnut St. City. Three lots for Sale. 119 W. Lafa-
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: KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, MELROSE, FLORAHOME AND LAKE GENEVA


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STARKE, FLORIDA. THURSDAY, APRIL: 1959

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2,000 Attend 1: KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTSBy Shrine Minstrel YYYYYYYVYYYVYVYYYYYYYYYY Police On Duty vyyyr yyr nyyvVV VVVal4 I Poll Favorable

Annual Meet Boosts Masons' MELROSEBy 24 Hours Daily FLOlAHOME To AnnexationLegislators

Of Clay ElectricMore Mary K. Schaeffer Building Fund AND GRAtfDIItr I
Keystone Heights now has 24 will be asked to Introduce -
I Joyce RothhammerI.AAAAAA&.AAAAAAAAI Chief C. Dane 1.iaWaUa1
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hour police protection.
than 2,000 persons attended First of all if you should just) en with an Easter Bonnet made of I Around 1.200 people from. Keystone a local bill at the coming
the annual meeting of Clay I HAPPEN to get your paper on I! lowers, to be used for a center- Heights and area crowded( H. Haberstroh, who is on duty ,.&.&. ....&. ...&.&.&.., I session for annexation of additional
said the
Electric Cooperative at Keystone I!Thursday, instead cf the usual)II Piece. into the "big top" at city park Mrs. A. C. Spires and daughter two from night 7 ajn.men.till George 10 p.m.S. Hill and Mr. and Mrs Q. C. Carnes of.norahomc land to the city of Keystone
Heights last Thursday listened to I Friday,-don't forget the Free Election of officers will be held last Friday night to enjoy the I Mrs. C. A. Hoffman of Gainesville -
John Fillyaw, will alternate nights announce the approaching Heights, according to Mayor M. L.
the Rockin and Rockets, ate a Movie at the Woman's Club this at the next meeting April 9. 1059 edition of the Morocco spent ''Easter in Atlanta and Ray Chance, Civil Defense I marriage of thor Beasley.
barbecue lunch drew for door evening at 7:30.: Since the main Hostesses for the March 26 Shrine Minstrel from Jackson- Ga. with another daughter and
daughter Sandra
Director, will handle stand-by Celyon Call es Beasley said that a to
prizes, and heard Congressman feature is local shots, you may meeting were Mrs. Gene Williams, ville. con-m-law; Mr. and Mrs. JohnS. M. Foran of surrey
to Lloyd son Mr.
Billy Matthews give a rousing defense see yourself on the screen. Thisis Mrs. Fred Mulling, and Mrs. Don It is estimated that in excessof Rynd. outy.Hill ascertain the wishes of the people
L. Fc
and Mrs. J. ran of Mariivnna.
employed by
is regularly
of the small farmer. the way for the Woman's Clubto ;Morgan. $1,000 was cleared from the in the area proposed to be annexed *
Mr. and
Mrs.
I I Earl Hartsfieldand Thompson Air Conditioning of uo d Foian is In the U S. Navy
From all parts of the2-county thank everyone in the com- I It Pays To Advertise performance which will be ap- daughter Susan of Jackson- I Gainesville and Fillyaw operatesa I j I and stationed at: Key West. The is now in progress. "Al
area served by the huge REA cooperative munity for their support and loy- I r.!ied to the Blue Lodge building
ville have returned though not
Some weeks ago. your correspondent home aftera local plumbing business. wed din; will be solemniz-jd on yet completed the annexation -
; they came to enjoy the alty. I included in her columnan fund for the new Masonic Temple brief visit with Mrs. Harts- Saturday. April 4 in the Churchof Is being favorably received -

luncheon and program as well as Woman's Club Will Be Host inquiry regarding a baby- I m Keystone iield's parents) .. Mr. and Mrs. Oed here in Jlorahorue by the majority interviewed -

i to sit under the "big top" tent To Alachua FederationThe gift; which was left at her home, One of the premiere end men John Harpe and family. E. Wilson. Attendance at the Church of ," the mayor said.

and chat with friends they might Alachua County Federationof beautifully wrapped, but withouta and star performers in the show Mrs. Minnie Birt left Tuesdayto Duplicate Bridge 1 God was good on Easter Sunday

not have seen since the last an- I.i the Florida Federation of Wo- card. A Jacksonville subscriber was Pee Wee Durden formerlyof live with her daughter. Mrs. Winners of the duplicate bridge I here in Florahome. There were with relatives in Lake City.

nual meeting. man's Clubs will hold its annual read the item and admitted last Starke now a resident of Gue"of Jacksonville. held each Tuesday at the Woman's -i j 62 at Sunday .School and 75 at
After the noontime barbecue weekend that she the Jacksonville. A veteran Morocco Mrs. Edward Hutson made a
meeting in Keystone Heights on was "guilty"Party.
Club were 1st place. Mrs. eaching. People ca me out
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Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Lyon and even
the 761 voting members presentgot elected Thursday. April 9. Thank you, Mary Siprelle! Temple Minstrel man, Durdenwas Mr.'and Mrs.'R. F. Lyon Jr. and !PhyUls Hussey and Mrs. Evelyn it it did rain. trip to Georgia last weekend and
down to business and At 9:30 a. m., the Junior Wo- Story Of The First Easter in top form whether func- Carnes 2nd Mrs. Louise Logsdon bier cousin. Mrs. J. C. Weeks and
daughters 'Of.Atlanta. visited Mrs. ; Mr. and Mrs. Howard Young
three district nominees to the
man's Club will hold a Morning I[tioning as an end man or play- children of Brunswick Ga. accompanied -
By Local AuthorIn and Mrs. Flo Becker. Everyone Floriahome
board of directors all without Lyon. Miss Cora Lyon and Mrs. i joT: left Friday for
ing trombone in the minstrel'sDixieland
Coffee in the Community Church her back to Grandin
cpposition: S. B. Jennings, Dist. Sunday Paper combo. Bess Lynn in Mrs. Lynn's home :i" invited to attend so whydon't ,Iacon. Ga. where they spent for
Educational Building for all the a short visit with relatives
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1, Middleburg; C. N. Smith Dist. will Friends and neighbors of Dr. Saturday. you I i Easter holidays 'with their son t .
visitors. A program meeting Between acts. Mayor M. L. neIt'
R, Micanopy; and A, P. Buie Dist. Frank G. Slaughter were inter- Mrs. J. V. Ford of Palatkaj:Junior's Woman's Club t and; daughter-in-law. Mr. and
start at 10 also in the welcomed the audienceand
a. m" Beasley The Easter Egg Hunt and Hamburger -
9. Ft. McCoy. i I ested in the excerpt from his visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. I Last Tuesday the Junior Wo Mrs. Carl Youn and family.
Educational Building. At 1 p. m.. expressed thanks to the Mo- I'
In defending the farmer from I book "The Crown and the Cross" Robert Cason, last week. I man's club held its regular meet- I See Redfearn's Spring Roast at the old schoolhouse
a luncheon will be served in the rccco minstrel men for their
recent attacks Congressman Mat- Following which appeared in THIS WEEKon Mrs.Edna I Hamlyn and Mrs. S. ing at the home of Mrs. H. W. ,! Clearance Sale Ad in Grandin last Friday
Woman's Club Building. cooperation in bringing the showto
thews said that only half Easter Sunday. The story, L. Menge have returned from a Ward. The gronup played cards. Mrs. Alma Clark of Florahome a'ternoon was a big success, there
the luncheon, there will be a Keystone. It is hoped that
of the USDA appropriations each business meeting. All members of was entitled "Jonas and the this will become an annual event. trip to New Orleans La. where The next meeting will be a I IT.as a guest last Sunday of Mr. were 41 present i

year can be legitimately considered the club are urged to attend Crown of Thorns. they were guests of Mrs. Menge's lusiness meeting at the home of find Mrs. Arthur Manning at their Mr. and Mrs. Oscar O. Halverfon -

as expenses that should be these meetings, and to see Mrs. Keystone Brochures At Printer's daughter and son-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Reed April 14. I home\ in Bardin. had as recentluncheon guest

charged to the farmer. And even Charles Wallenius to make lun- The Brochure on Keystone the guests. Mrs. T. A. Provost and family. Girl Scouts I Lester Tanner and Talmadge Mrs. Halverson's sbter-ln-law.

of that amount. I think the word cheon reservations. The price of Heights has been sent to the Stephen received many lovely See Redfearn's Spring March 23 the Girl Scouts held L. Drake of Florahome helped to Mrs. Lloyd D. Osleen. and a

subsidy can be properly ascribedto the luncheon will be $1.25. printer's and it should be ready gifts. Guests included Diane and Clearance Sale Ad their meeting in the kitchen of cock for the Shriners from Jack- Iriend. Mrs. Roy Wilkinson, from

about half of the remaining. Flower Arrangements for distribution within the next Donald Ilgen Gina Massa, Kenny Mr, and Mrs: Gordon Poole and the Parish House. They planned M> rifle' who put on a benefit Hollister.Mrs. .

appropriations." Demonstration At Junior few weeks according to Mrs. Joe Nooney, Johnny Warren, Bruce two children of Oakland. Ontario. their two-night camp out at Jupiter imnistrel; show at Keystone Oscar G. Halverson and
Matthews explained that such Canada the to take place April Heights for the Lodge there last
Woman's ClubThursday Daurer, Chamber of Commerce and are guests of Mrs. Springs
Sunderland Douglas Penney
iFidday ner mother. Mrs. Sarah L, Osteen,
programs as loans to REA co-ops, evening. March 26 Secretary.The Johnny Muir. Poole's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. 2426. The girls will have partners -r night.
spent several days in
and Farmers W. ha.e'one ') The revival services at the recently
Home Administrationare next Chamber of Commerce Neefus. and each couple will
the
Junior Woman's Club met for
Slumber Party At Moody Home Jacksonville with Mrs. Halver-
repaid. Federal meat inspec- a short business meeting at the. meeting will be held Monday, Adm. and Mrs. Turner of Ohio pup tent. Those planning togo PaGan Baptist Church in Grandin icn's
Thursday evening March 26 I sister Mrs. Olaf Anderson,
tion funds are properly health appropriations Club House. Following the business April 20. in the Conference Roomat and Gen. and Mrs. Tucker of are Margaret Slade and Elaine .star ted last Sunday was well attend whohas
been ill in
Jacksonville
Miss Linda Gail Moody daughter a
he said. and school Mrs. Edna Williams of Mel- Clay Electric Coop This move Gainesville were recent guests of .Samson. Trudie Morris and Virginia ed even if it was bad weather.
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of Mr and Mrs. Chester hospital. They returned to
lunch; programs should come un- rose, an interesting demon- has been made because of the increased Gen. and Mrs. R. P. Hollis. While I Ford, and Marian Bass and Edward Varnes spent his Easter
gave Florahome last .
Moody, entertained of Friday afternoon.Mr.
der health and welfare while stration of flower arrangements, attendance at meetings,. a group they were guests Gen. and Mrs. Marguerita Float. The group will. holidays with relatives in Grand- i .
her classmates of BHS ., i and Mrs. Gerald Bayless of
with in returning to
commodity exports are actually a and the girls were especially tak- which required a larger place.I I Hollis honored them with a party.At be accompanied by Mrs. C. L. Barnesville. Ga.
defense measure since they helpin The Membership drive is still Slumber Party. Guests included the Sunday morning services Bass and Mrs. Freemont Tolles. : to hi\ school work. Perry visited Mr$. Bayless' mother. -

fighting the cold war, the Con- business session showed that Clay on. and quite a few new people fiara Osborne. Carolyn Vickers at the Trinity 'Episcopal Church. Each girl will carry a home-I Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ridgeway Mrs. Brockman. in Grandin

gressman said. Electric had grown. in the past have joined the ranks. It is Ann Matthews Margaret Douglas Samuel Williabr-BteyfOgle, the infant made tin-can stove with a buddy of Grandin spent last weekend iast week.
Linda Cox, Jo Alyce Graham,
"With subsidies being paid to 20 years, from 274 consumers to hoped that all interested parties son of the Rev. and Mrs. burner and will cook her own
Cathy Struth, Diane Firth, Betty
business mailing navigation and the present 15470. and lines have will join. If you have not yet Lou Wainwright Donna Trawick, M. H. Breyfogle was baptised meals. KEYSTONE DEPARTMENT STORE
labor interests the farmer must :increased from 100 miles in 1938 been contacted, and are desirous '*ith the 'immediate family and :Music RecitalA :
Elso have government aid if he is to 3,789 at present. Average cf becoming a member of the Janet Nichols, Mary Duggar and the baby's sponsors attending.Mr. student music recital under i Men's. Women's, Children's Clothing & Show

not to continue to pay more for monthly revenue was $1.114.60 in Chamber, see the president "Red" Sylvia Glisson. and Mrs. Hudson and boysof the direction of the piano tacher, f

his: supplies and net less for his 1P38 and now stands at $148,669.- Strickland,-the vice president, Mrs. Clark Honors Guests Shreveport La. and Mrs. Agnes Mrs. Florence Waller Janes, was SPORTS WEAR A SPECIALTY -

produce" Matthews said. 03.With Don Shackleford, or secretary, Thursday morning March 26, Weeks of Ft. Walton Beach were I recently presented at the Trinity Keystone Heights Lucile Foster. OwnerGoldwire
More than 60 handsome prizes more than 1.000 new customers Mrs Joe Dourer. Mrs. Francis Clark entertained guests of Mr. and Mrs V, y; Psrish House,

abut one for every registered added last: year the balance GleE Scout News lContlnue on next Page! f IConttnved ozt next Pagel Those fating part were Sara r -

consumer were awarded with a sheet now shows total assetsof Troop No. 229 enjoyed a trip to -p 411> -... -
freezer going to Mrs. B. H. Ross, over $10 million. Goidhead Branch State Park* Ser.v center KEYSTONE GAS CO.

an electric range to C. A. Ford Mayor M. L. Beasley of Key- Monday, March 30. The troop will CATE-HE NDRY CHEVROLET CO., Inc. J ,
AT SLADE GAS CO.
and a television to Ray Chance stone Heights welcomed the vis meet again on Friday April 3, t. YOUR: FRIENDLY GAS CO.

Clay County Civil Defense Director itors. The invocation was givenoy after school in SLWilliam's Rec- "WO 4-4973, CHEVROLET OLDSMOBILE' 24.Hours ServiceDay ..
Very appropriately, the office Rev. M. H. Breyfogle of Trin- 'eationHall.-' "

of Civil Defense as a consumer ity Episcopal Church and Dr. Albert All Brownies who wish to attend Telephone 4331 '

received a first aid kit. Holt of the Community camp this summer are urgedto Brownlee & Chasteen COMPLIMENTS OF f / J' Night Telephone Z3S3
Reports submitted during the Church gave the benedicition. send in their registrationforms YOUR FARM SUPPLY CENTER ; Keystone Heights

this week. 316 East BroHnlee St.COMPLIMKNTS FLORIDA BANK AT STARKE
Scout leader Mrs. Thomas El-
KEYSTONE GAS COMPANY more's Brownie Troop now has a
I I R. O. Mann
number. They are now known as OFShepherd's '
DEPENDABLE 24-HOUR SERVICE Brownie Troop No. 390. They SHO.WINGWHAT -",. .
CONGRATULATIONS ON YOUR FINE Service Station I
made Easter bonnets out of available Radio & TV '
Keystone Hei fata
Day Phone Kite phone materials and wore themto A BURGER .
4351 SAF-GAS 2582 their last meeting. Gina Massa I II I
won the prize. GOOD LUCK: '
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COMPLIMENTS: OF
The girls in this troop have
COOKING HEATING WATER HEATINGMost completed an interesting scrap Starke Dry Cleaners. We wish to express our deep appreciation to Draw-Tite .

book which they sent to their and Laundry those who gave contributions and the businesses Trailer HitchCOMPLIMENTS
Complete Line of House Heating Equipment in North chool-mate, Dwight Law, who is
row in the Baptist Hospital in represented on this page who helped to make '

Florida. If You Plan to Add Heat This Winter See Us First Jacksonville as a result of being Tournament
the Southern Speech
{ Community State Bank possible our trip to OF
hit by an auto several weeks ago. ...
Scout Troop No. 190 will meetat of Starke in Louisville, Ky. Warren's Shell Station

3:30: in the Parish House of

St. Anne's Episcopal Church Fri DEBATE TEAM
ATTRACTIVE MASONRY HOUSE
day, April 3. At this meeting, the Denmark Furniture Co.
Scarf Inc.COIPLnI
Jolly
2 Bedrooms, Dining Area, Living Room, Kitchen, Tile girls will evaluate their hike and ; HOME OUTFITTERS BRADFORD HIGH SCHOOL HOME OF JOLLY, SCARF.
cook-out which they held Monday,
Bath, Hardwood Floors, Floor Furnace, Lots of Stor- Phone WO 4-4321 I 321
March 30. at Goldhead Branch Temple AvenueCOVirLi3IEN"rs
age, Carport. Three years old. Centrally located, in State Park. All mistakes will be \. mfmm fummm

town, near shopping, doctors, beach, and churches. ironed out so that they will know : OF I

Financing arranged. Far above average, on well land- what to do the next time. However Terwillegar Motors ,, ; GOOD LUCK:

scaped lot. the girls had a lovely timeon F 0 R D' MURAL'S BEAUTY SHOP -
Monday. They especially en-
Gem
SALES AND SERVICE _ _ _ _ Jewelry
S. E. MCKAYREALTORKeystone joyed the hike through the ra- ,


vine.Each girl in Troop No. 190 has COMPLIMENTS OF Merritt Williams COMPLIMENTS OF

Heights Phone 3701-2051-4151-4209 pledged 25 cents to the Juliette G. J. McGriffYOUR I STATE FARM INSURANCE; -

Lowe World Friendship Fund, and GENERAL ELECTRIC Silcox Cities ServiceB. Koch's Drug Store
this 25 cents must be EARNED DEALER

by the donor. GOOD LUCK

II Lions Keystone Club News Lions are making COMPLIMENTS OFGib T. Thomas Lumber Co. L. B. (Red) Alvarez COMPLIMENTS: OFStump's

plans for the Convention in Jack- RETAIL \WHOLESALE LUMBER Service Station Dept. Store

"p sonville in May. Anyone wishingto Browns ServiceStation

purchase light bulbs from the

c.'a:; Lions will be glad to know that COMPLIMENTS: OF YOUR; LEADING THEATRE COMPLIMENTS OF

> there are some still available. Local Finance Co.

1 You may call the numbers listedon COMPLIMENTS OF OF STARKE Florida Theatre Leila Dress & Gift Shop
the Bulletin Board at the Post
,: Loans Up To MOOCOMPLIMENTS
1 Office for particulars. United Plastics
Rotary News COMPLIMENTS OF C03IPUJU'iTS': *

Carroll M. Wright, Resident
: OFWilliams Geo. L. Patten
k. Director of the Christian Herald'sMemorial : COMPLLMENTS OF
CIRCUIT JUDGE Bay Service StationCOMPLEMENTS
3 Community at Penney Hardy Brothers GarageCOMPLIMENTS Jewelry '
t Farms, was the speaker at the .
Rotary Luncheon Friday, March .
:( 7 27 His subject accompanied by Doyle E. Conner Agency OF

__ color slides was the first of two OF T. C. Hazen, Jr. YOUR MUTUAL AGENCY) J. D. Seymour

programs on the Holy Land. Herb's Drive Inn SINCLAHt OIL CO.

The club was happy to welcome Phone WO 4-5661
their president AI Watson back, COMPLIMENTS OF COMPLIMENTS: OF

after his confinement in the hos- GOOD LUCK:
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pital.: I Charley E. Johns AgencyCOMPLIMENTS Noegel's 301 Restaurant

Elmore Has Party Tanner Service Station J & J Builders Supplies .
write a crleck" Stephen ..
much, to '
'It's so easier Monday March 30 Stephen SOl East Can St.

and let the postman deliver Elmore small son of Mr. and Mrs. COMPLLMENTS OF Phone WO 42111Goodman's OF Bradford Soil
mail .t .
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celebrated his
Thomas Elmore Canova Drugs
Starke Builders Supplies
J'I it. Rain or shin., I pay by check. eighth birthday anniversary witha Conservation.
party at his home on Peach AND
Service Station

COME IN AND OPEN YOUR ACCOUNT Street.played "Pin Stephen the Tail and on his the guests Don- "New Method Cleaners* GOODYEAR TIRES BATTERIESCOMPLIMENTS Boss's 66 Service Station Bradford Farm Bureau

"ALL WORK GUARANTEED
1-cy," and Bingo. Prizes for boys _

THE KEYSTONE STATE BANK were bags of marbles; for the '
OF Reddish
P. D.
girls, jacks. Merrill EdwardsYOUR ,
A Friendly Bank in a Friendly Community Mrs. Harvey Nachtried. and her I 6 6 SHERIFF -.-,_

Keystone Heights, Fla. daughter Wendy of Gainesville! ( TOWS DISTRIBUTOR) Florida Pest Control
assisted Mrs.
and Mrs. Warren
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School News I I I CVpfury Club in GainosviUe.Mrs. Jaker: ?Pd. .PM H12.Marie, KEYSTONE HEIGHTS. FLA i! CHURCH
"STON EH'IGJfL'IGHTS "
MELROSETT
i The students at M. H. S. witnessed I .. Ha"ner. who i is recording ''I. :righter. of 'Mr.; ,and, "Mre.!Alexis J. R. Smith, pastor. Ralpn Sunday S2rvices: Church School, Sunday School, 10 a. m We

.....TT..T......*.... t a rare basketball game: f("fary cr the M lroe Woman's Saker. I. Copeland Minister of Music and!I II t t'45 a. m. Morning Worship. 11 ship Hour 11 a. m. sVennig 8ewe.
Fiiday afternoon as the boys' I Club was attirrd in a navy blue A general meeting of Communi-! church.. rgan1st.,; ? I!i a m. Nursery and Junior Church 'i y. m. Prayer Meeting eaf
[Continued: from Page One] ,I varsity basketball team 'played 'jess uh a/Jaiket, mare. of sltfncker 'UAI. AA/ UAAAAAAAAAAAAAIlCon'inued. y Church 'Womenrt' bee. held Services: Sunday School 9:45: provided. Wednesday, 7:30 pm.NOTICE.

Baldwin Rickey Purdy Evelyn 1 the faculty. an imported silk and : from Page One] \pril 6, Monday, at 2 p. m. Dr. a. m. Morning!? i Worship. 11 a. in, j'1 Mnday-Qfficial Board meet-I l. .
i The boys took an early lead :a:on bend fashioned with a.otz'e lolt .will be the ,speaker.-This is Training Union 6:45: p. m. Even fI
linda
7:20
Griffin Anthony. Johnie 1 ing. m. :
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guests Mrs. Benton Elrod.
ler
but the faculty rallied in the 1 last trasted jacket of waist test meeting. Inc services 7:30 D. m.
Carnes, Buck King, Marcia' Mason : hell and it was touch and go .ilrs. William. .Leech, and Miss New members Include Mrs. A. Training Union 7 p.:' m. Evening!!I WednesdayStoryHour for I am in business rcr mysejlocated
Janis Wodey, David Chiap-I I with the faculty\ coming out on englh.I ,\nn i Leech. About; thirty guests C. Holt wife-of our minister. by services 8 p. m. i primary age group. 3:30: p. m at the old Johnny Shacj

pini. Gin jy Stoddard. Delores j i I tcp with a ..1819'ictory.. High I Other contestants were Mrs I vc-e: present. Mrs. Eula Walker, 'etter from Presbyterian Church An Easter, musical "The Message .Prayer Meeting and Bible Study.I j I place on 301 North.- Don't- forgj
Mavis B. Rcberts, Twentieth CentUry I .Uid :: Rose Reynolds poured: i 7:15 p. m. Chancel Choir re-
: :Ferrers for the game were Calvin .rs. 'n Montreat, N. C.; Mrs. Michael to look ire .
Murrhee Bobby Ilidenour. Caro- with 8 and Lou Club; Mrs. R. Lee King of offee, while Miss Ann' Leech pre- Redfearn by letter from Melrose From The Cross" will be herasal, 8 p. m. I up.SHOUTY
lyn Purd;. 'Billy Carnes, Julie.:i O'Steenarsjty Club andMrs. given by the chcir Sunday even-' I. ALLEVS GARAGE |
Woman's
Johnson, faculty, 11. Dunnellon ; ided at the punch b wl. Baptist Church; Miss Bernice III ,.
; KlUiri s-Oi: urled
Walker Pam Huggins, Ccnnie i B. J. Albright of High :ng at 5 o'clock. l ? About Miles: Out
CHURCH NEWS
Carol daughter of Mr. and
Heidi Players en the faculty team included Baker your favorite F.SIFJIUKOOH
King. Betty Cross Chiap- principal Earl Cherry; prings: New Century Club. Community Church Mrs. William Baker, and EJawseyjL Make worship a family affair. Fountain Pro t'I..CiR.\I'1I ; 4tp-4
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Cross
Jean Griffin
pini Gayle;, I Judges included Miss Eleanor *ill be an Open House for young profession of .
Thcmpson on
Lou Johnson Dave -
aches and >
Bessie Rid->nour. Che Che Formy- editor of the Fiiday evening, April 3, there .....r........v.........
Duval, Margaret Slade Carol Barber: math teacher. Thomas rom society faith --' '- -
Fowler and Rev. Bill Breyfogle Gainesville Sun; Mrs. Evelina ;utople at 6:30 in the Educational St. Wi 1i2'm's .Catholic Church
"Hurst, Jack Janes, Irene Daw-
son, Maxine Jones. and Margaret -, JJrs.,Hajner' Wins Crates, home economics teacher Building where a short devotional The Catholic Club wishes to RISING HOME ON YOUR LOT
District 5 Fashion Contest If Santa Fe High School; andis. period will be held. Then the thank.. "Joe: Daurer. fOr the interesting I
Royaler.Punch Mrs. E. D. Hayner who won / Walter Allen cf Gainesville. ;:oup will proceed to the Park, talk he .gr:. e for' the benefitof By Mrs. Gordon Jones NO MONEY DOWNBy
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was; served by Mrs Maxie : first place in the local sowing piano music for the show was where they will have a weiner- the Girl Scout Brownie Troop .

King and .".rs. 'Emory Cross and fashion contest sponsored by flayed by Miss Connie Stricklandof roast. I Nq. 229, March' 20. Mr. Daurer A AAAAAAAA.AAA.A.A4A.Mr. Toner Inc.
from a table decorated with a 1 the General Federation of Wo- : High Springs.Mrs. April 5, Sunday, there will be a told of his meeting with Theresa and Mrs. Herbert Ncrman : Builders LOW
large Easter egg nest which helda men's Clubs and Vogue also took Hayner will compete for Quarterly Communin: Service. All jHcumann, the- famed :Stigmatist :and family of Lady Lake visited Box l oG, AS $149' 5 UP

.bunny and Easter eggs. Azalea lop honors in the District 5 con- state honors when the contest new members who have joined of K'nnersreuth.. Bavaria. Troop Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Norman over, Bowling Green. Fla.
and: bridal wreath .dc.riQTaled the\ f t.'st which took place ,last TuesThat's will be held in Jacksonville dur- since last Communion will be pub- No. 229 is sponsored by St. Wil- :I the weekend.Mr. 1
licly welcomed. On Sunday eve- Catholic Club.
r iam's
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ofomen's
d ing the Florida Federation and Mrs. E. J. Manni and
r;ng, at, 6.30, Dr. Holt will meet The next meeting of the Catholic -
Clubs Ccnvention, April
Our Business / family of Starke visited Mr. and
young people of the church and be evening.
Club will Monday
13-16. The top state winner will :.Mrs. Gordon Jones and family
ir It's Glass We Have It enter national competition for a hew slides of beauty spots of April 6. Before the meeting, there Sunday 1

CALL WRITE( ; ni VSIT two weeks' trip to Paris and Lon- America. will be a covered dish supper, I
r A Spring Rally for Senior High All Mr. and Mrs. Oris Crawford j,
Ii' .which will begin at 6 p jn.
for
two.
: non School students will be held at ,' invited and family of Jacksonville visitedMr. I
members of the parish are
Joe 'Peters Glass C. April 24T5. and Mrs. C. C. Crosby over 1
.,. TRLMTY EPISCOPAL Camp Montgomery on land there is no charge. Your favorite ire weekend.
CIHTKCH. MELROSE For reservations, see Frank dish is all you need, to'pr-
FOR ANY GLASS NERO M. II. Breyfosle. Minister Karris. pare. Silver napkins, coffee, Bobby Fowler of Louisiana
We Design Modern Store Front- Anyone wishing to join the tread and butter, and dishes will visited Miss Carolyn Jones and
Just Mail ITs( \ a1lprn for Sunday School 8:45: a. m. Chuich, please contact Dr. Holt. be furnished. family last weekend. ''ktfr.

Table 1'nna 11:15. Episcopal Young People, Babies baptised: at Easter erv- We are grateful to Mrs. Emery Mrs. C. L. Atkinson of Brookernas
Morning Prayer and Sermon,""ice were Stephanie June Red- Cooper who was responsible for been visiting Mr. and Mrs.
1313 N W. 4th PL Gainesville. Fla. Phone FR. 2-4353:
.. 7:30 p. in. Hcly Communion each learn daughter of Mr. and,Mrs. the beautiful flowers and their Reed Lewis for the past week.
.. first Sunday*: II I:Michael Redfearn, ;.. Carol Baker, arrangement the altar on Easter Sunday services at Bayless This Lovely 2 Bedroom Model$| Q&C
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',... Sunday. Highway Church are Sunday
Choir Practice will be held .at School; 10 a. m.; Morning Worship Without( Carporte)

5 1t... 7:30 on Wednesday evening. 11 a. m.; Training Union Many Models to Choose FromWrite for Free Folder
Fq r St. Anne's Episcopal: Church 6:30 p. m., and Evening Services
-.4 Tcmorrowv-PrT3ay, -=Girl Scout '7:30: in.OTICK.
... troop No. 190 will meet at the p.e Any Place in Florida Same Low Price
I CLIp
Parish House at 3:3d p. m.
'l r ri vii\( THS, ERTI .SCOUPON Saturday, April .4,. at 10 a. m., > OK IVTE TION TO
'FIC' ATE : liKfilSTKK FU ITITO'S .VtMKX (NO CHARGE FOR TRAVEL)
ENTITLES registration for District E. Y. C. ;:;<'lie is hr>by given that the
1b4IILU \ o 5 YOU TOo Meeting will be held, At 10:30 un ..r.iKn 'd. under the provisionof Local Representative
50 Chapter 20.533, Laws of Florida.
J4Jl here will be Holy Communism Art of 1S41. will register with the

I ( 'Vk JJJ enSfom' C and At Service 12:30 for noon the District an E. Y.E. Y.C I ifor Clerk Ttnidford of the Cuunty.,'in-uit Court Florida In, up..nrt'c.t'ipl and. RAY D. FORTHf
of proof of publication ,1 1

1 FREE. AT yUR 'uncheon.Sunday April 5, at 7:30, a. m.. Slade thi. n,<>I las tMthe; {'ompan fictitious,.". nnd.r name which.>1 i Highway 21 -- Phone 4123
NEAREST am engaged In business at :3.2
Holy Communicn; at 930, Sun- Went! lladison SL Starke. Florida
'' School Service in the Parish Flora J. Slade 10* per cent owner KEYSTONE HEIGHTS FLA.
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'L IL M20 East Call St. Starke.= Florida.Dated .
Communion -
House; also at 9:30: Holy this lath of Mar.hA .
day
If You Don't.See Us We Both Lose Money
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S LIMIT ONE and Sermon; at 6:30: E. U.1ii'! : at S'tarke. TIradf..rd ,
00 Rt COUPO ', .'J
( .unty Florida.19 41 4
$T A $2.$0 OR OOTO ADULT WITH Y C Meeting. .
MORE ORDER Persons who are ill, or shut-ins,1
QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED ;tearing: Holy Communion will
Prices Good Thru ilease advise Father Breyfogle' of

Saturday, April 4th. heir oblige.intention. He will be happyro FACTORY PRICESOne

Void Afterl! Parents and children .should. :i i

April ill come,.to the Communion, Rail]j ss
.a family.! Children will receive]
.. .... .... _.. ,.. : _. -.l blessing confirmed
:: """ while those
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.m.....w -''''' \,"',_" .... ,'. ")!If'tf7" T ;: ...... ''''i'' vUl jeceive their communion.
1! ; ;
.,' Personals' One With Each
Jim Hplsin of DeKalb. _llL,
MAXWELL 1-Lb. ;pent Sunday with the Joe Daur-,
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I ers.. or Gallon One You Buy
Vac .Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Wide- ..
I
yen and family expected to move
r HOUSE Pak rto their new home on Lake I
".Geneva this.week Mr. Wide ferTs,:
".. lands; which were badly burned Mary Carter Paint Store

-ecehtly, have healed nicely I for
fij Limit 1 with a $5.00 or more Food Order. 6' rhich he is thankful.See 355 N. Temple Ave. Starke Ph. WO 48565AVAILABLE

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Robert Ghames, Jr., is back at 1
VEGETABLE LARGE (Limit 2 with $5. or more Food Or' er.) home after spending eight Jays

:n Doctor's Hospital in ,stark FOR
Crisco 1 with an injured knee, acquired
wLiimtmOho3:2c69:i TIDE 2 Pkgs.4 1 .while. running with a football. 0

Mr. and Mrs. Charles McGlave,
THE PEOPLE OF
.. aid .Mr. and Mrs. Jim Donnelly

APPLE O'SAGE FREESTONE and their respective families are ,
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'i tiR; 2 9i1Peaches 49i i Olaves.have moving this,purchased weekend. the The House Mc- S THIS AREA

; : occupied_ by the Donnellys. u and. .I S
2'/ Cans since! : the ,house now? occupied by

'" ?icplav. s suits the Donnelly'sneeds

"" '..'-.... ------- the two families are "eX-
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l--.y": ,-.--/ _-! __"'If _._ '''"_ A. ."" __?_,;;: "_"'_n '; "_'"..--'" ._'. _____.t.-_ _" .":'nging" houses. I .,. INSTALLMENT PLAN

Mr. and Mrs. Ray Runnicmanof
0: ; SUNNYLAND: Tender, Sweet, Smoked i Rochester, N. Y-made a surPriSe -

; visit,on Mr. and Mrs.Fran-
ces ,'P. Egan last week, and were >
iJ. 4-7 Lb.Average. persuaded to remain a weekjbe-' PLUMBING HEATING REPAIRS

; ;; fore touring the state. Mr.i Runnicman.
'1 recently..retired from the
'4 I WholeLb.I J.f Socony Oil Company in RocKes-

f I !.tr, Is seriously considering moving NOTHING DOWN *

: to the Sunshine State. Upon
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they were
in
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I R.o: i.SHtKLb 59 'iNt:891< : Mr.reunion and Mrs.for. all.George Blackwell.rid .'

: 'have-. returned children of home Holland after, spend-Penn. [ FROM $100 TO $3,500

4 _. a week with Mr. ana Mrs. )
ARMOUR GA. PEACH SLICED ? S
Charles McGlave. Mr. Blackwell

IS'Mrs...lcGlave's brother. .

BACON Lb 491 STEAK79 end Mr.children.and Mrs.' Nancy Harold and Sutton Lee Fast! No Delay! No Red Tape!

in take-
.. land spent with Easter Mr.weekend Suttcn's mother. FUNDS AVAILABLE AT ONCE IF CREDIT: RATING GOODWe

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3 SUPSRBRAND -ChO-C I Vanilla; I & Keystone Heights
Strawberry II are pleased to announce that we can now offer you the opportunity -
4: Sunday. Mass at-&:30 a..in. 1
1 Holyday" Mass at 7:00: a. m to make modernization improvements to your home through

Tuesday Mass at.800 a. m.,
Confessions before all MassesBaptisms the Noland Credit Co. This is a much-needed service in this area.
3 h ;
t Gallon marriazes appointmenL and in- We make easy arrangements for you at your home or our office in!
-tr: i. ructions by
) V. \ Starke. Now have that long-needed extra bath
:.._ you can new heatingor
.. ., -- |&S- ST. ANN'S EPISCOPAL
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>\ CHURCH KEYSTONE: modernized kitchen.
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.. .. )L Hi Breyfode Mini ter
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:. 'i )/"C""ON 's FRUIT 3:30: a. m. Sunday School l6 a.m.
Cherry ACE HIGH FROZEN ORANGE We
: { Holy Communion each first Sunday Specialize in American Standard ProductsIf


:: J :fc[El'B5P HjtlK.fclL 1: : '."I y Fomily Urge Size fa j. 9,J. J..U .,.ICE I[ 7 Cans 1 00" Wednesday C01LMUITY. Parish, 6:30 Supper: ,CHURCHOF L p.- m.each i third Interested .Call.or Write


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". ,yyyyTVVVw7T1nyyyyy1YYt : of Jacksonville visited Mrs. Mat- Douglas of Lake Butter, Sunday.I:and family and Mrs. Howard Norman + 'TTTTTTTTTTTTTTl factions[ to the individual with derstanding. [Taken from the 52-
t I those that socially useful. rod Yearbook-Part I Developed by
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tie Carter and family, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sweat' and family were Sunday COLORED
NEWS OF INTEREST TO For the
Society
The National
::: Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wilkersonand and family of Jacksonville were ,dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. IX-All youth need to develop
Study of Education Adapting the
daughter, Mary were in Sunday guests of Mrs. Sweat's!Carlos Rosier of Raiford.Mr. CITIZENS OF BRADFORD 'COUNTY nspect for other persons to grow I Secondary-School Program to the ]

Jacksonville Sunday for a visit parents Mr. and Mrs. Carl CarteL and in their insight into ethical values -
:. By !Hn. Joyce T. Vntrh Mrs. O. E. Pearson I: Needs of Youth. University of
.. with: Rev. and Mrs. H. J. Wil- and children of Starke have purchased By Ozora J. Shell [ and principles. and to be'I Press. Chicago 37. Uli-

.. .&...............&&.&&....................UWAA liams and family. Renee Williams Sunday guests of John Starling I the former H. B. Arwood ...................6.666.. ._.&. &-&&. &. &. &. .. .. .. ............. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... .. .. ..... ... pWe to live and work cooperatively l.ois.Chicago 1953.
.... Guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. came home with them and spent ,, and the Vernie Padgetts were Mr. home and moved here recently.Mr. I with others.

n. the night. and Mrs. J. E. Davis and family Pearson is associated with Red Cross Drive I and they will appear. I XAllouth need to grow in.. THE RIGHT POINT for the

Tyre were and children Easter Sunday J I Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Higginbot-I Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Ray end I Du Out. t I Principal C. C. Anderson ofjLawtey 'Antioch Baptist Church I ,their ability to think rationally.to way you wrtie. Come) In and select -
Mr. ana Mrs. Robert B. I
:: Keith Jr., and children, Mr. and' l*2.m and daughter of Maxville family of Jacksonville and Mrs.. Miss Alma Bovell of Gaines- visited her Mr. Mrs. Franklin Bell of Maxville. 'and to read and listen with i Fountain Fro. TELEGRAPH.ALVAREZ' .
Mrs. E. D. Mathews and daugh- parents and Ville attended cervices at the drive is asking all adults hold regular service on Sunday. : un I I
Nathan Starling this weekend.Mr. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Itllbum'Waldton Methodist Church, Sunday and in Bradford County to join the :il a. m. The La Belle's Social LL
ters, and Mr. and Mrs. F. L. i
< Men's Clothing |)|f[
Roberts and children, all of Jack- and Mrs. Luther Hilliard and family of Miami visited the was the weekend guest of Mr. and Red Cross today. In the past Club cf Hawthorne. Florida will i rl STORE

sonville.Mr. and family had as Sunday guests Robert Waldrons this weekend.Mr. I Mrs. Sam McQaney. |most of the citizens have taken worship with the membership.Mrs. II t Established 1894 '

I Mrs. Louie Belle Wainwright and and Mrs. H. T. Markham ', :Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dinkins of out memberships for $1. He is Mable Lee is the secretary I', !

and Mrs. Walter Williamsand daughters, Louie Frigo, and the end family of Gainesville visited ,St. Augustine, Miss Adel Dink- I asking that you re-new that of this club. The Fiesta Club and -
sons and Mrs. Martha Williams Leon Starling family of.Jack ; Mr. and Mrs. Dan Starling during '
[ins of Jacksonville, and Mr. and membership and get your : Carnation Club members are also;
pf Hilliard and Mr. and sonville.Mr. | the weekend. 'Mrs. Horace Cox of Santa Fe'I It ii card. He is asking as many aspossible invited to attend and meet the when you needRELIABLE

.. Mrs. Dan ParriSh of Maxvilleere and Mrs. C. W. Neill, who ': Mr. and Mrs. Marcus C. Walden Lake were -Sunday dinner guests to take out $5 memberships members of the visiting club. Mu-

guests of Mr. and Mrs. Grif- are managing the Trail Restau-I and daughters of Miami are staying -t I lot Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Dinkins. this year. Your contribu- sic will be furnished by the choir

; fin hedges during the weekend. rant and their son, Jimmie are' with the Harry Baxleys at They all visited Charles Dinkinsin tions will be deductible on your with Jessie Mae Sewell. Mae GAS SERVICETHINK

I.. Miss Jackie Harley of Jackson-I occupying the Methodist parson- present but plan to build in the Bradford County Hospital in !income tax. All students in all Dean and Maltie Covington as

:: \ille, and Dick Kent of Mont- f ,ture. the afternoon.Mr. 'I I schools are asked to become mem- soloist directed by O. R. Shell.

'' ttme 'Y. Ala. spent the weekend age.Danny.. Wilbert and J. 3. Wat- i Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kelly had and Mrs. Landon Griffis! bers of the Junior Red Cross by We are pleased to announce OF SLADE GAS

,: with her parents Mr. and Mrs. I ors visited their grandparents,j as guests during the weekend Mr. I of Jacksonville spent Sunday' giving a contribution to this drive. great progress in the health of

.I.. H. C, Harley. Mr. and Mrs. Har- Mr. and Mrs. Buford llig inbot'I'''I''I'I ard Mrs. A. P. Hallman of Chattanooga with Mr. and Mrs. Levin Griffis Cancer Kick-Off < Sister Louiza Brown who is the ,

ley and Mr. and Mrs. Theopolis I ham in Maxville this w Term., Mr. and Mrs. 1,and the Bob Wheelers. !,! A cancer kick-off dinner is being I president of the choir and a i! TANKS FROM 5 GALLONS TO 1,000 OK UI-

Reddish visited Mrs. A. J. Star- M. Bpnton Futch who has been i Percy Kelly of Miami. Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Billy Wilkerson,. planned for the volunteer leading soprano. Arata Williams?!

: ling in a Jacksonville convalescent 1 employed by DeWitt C. Jones'' Mrs. Henry C. Adams of Charleston and son and Andrew Wilkerson'1 workers in the fight against can- reporter. j PHONE WO 4 3551

.". home Sunday afternoon. Funeral Home in Starke. left> S. CM Mr. and Mrs. JamesA were in Jacksonville on Thursday ctr. Mrs. Clyde Terwillegar is Allen Chapel A.M.E. Church \
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Mr. and Mrs. Nick Polkand Sunday, for Nashville Tenn., to Hazen of Jacksonville and
and brought Mrs. Wilkerson' general chairman for Bradford Rev. L. A. Sampson. pastor will
family and Mrs. Robert Meyers enroll in John A. Gupton School i their! son Wendell cf Southern .
assistedby
will
.1 home from Riverside Hospital. County and be l-old regular communion service

of Mortuary Science. While there':'I College. Lakeland. | Sunday guests of Mrs. Nancy many other local volunteers.You Sunday starting with Church COMPLETE TREE SERVICE
he ill be associated with Mr. and Mrs. Commodore Crews '
:; Madison Street : \ Finley Keene and the Allen Harts were will be called upon to make School at 10 a. m. Supt. Irene
Dorris and Charltcn Funeral and daughter had as Sunday Ia I I for this drive. .
Ir. and Mrs. Vanis Keene and contribution Thomas in charge; morning wor- 'XSAPP'S
home. !guests Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Crews I Containers will be placed in !' 11 Love Feast after 5 Pruning Ca.ityrork
family and Miss Rachel Wilsonof I communities hip at a. m.:
:: Baptist Church Walter Wilkison and family of Clearwater Mr. *
Mr. and Mrs. and Tree Removal
for donations and workers 6 Communion Bracing
I Glen St. Mary, Mr. and Mrs. the sermon; p. m., ; T
((900 Block \V. :Madison St.) I pent the weekend: with Mr. and i Mrs. Sherman Bell of Jacksonville I Johnny Anderson and family,I will call upon you to give Junior Church each Tuesday at De-Mossing Transplanting
Mrs. Cecil Dobbs and family in I and the Glenn Crews family .
.1 j Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Keene and checks in large amounts. Remem- ,,5 p. m. Mae Lois Morris presi- ; Free Inspection and Estimates
Services Each Lord's Day Jacksonville.Mrs. I: of Starke. family Mrs. Gertrude Towery 1 ber cancer can be cured if dis- dent. E. J. Givens reporter.
.. Marycille Bennett, and i Mr. and Mrs. Roy Reddish of
I i of Jacksonville and Harley Keeneof covered in time. Watch this col- Supervisor Says
Sunday School 9:43AM. Misses Sinah Prescott and Eliza .: Webster, and Mr. and Mrs. L. W. .
.' < Houston, Texas. Mrs. Keene umn for "Lights On March" night This can reduce crime and juvenile TREE S SURGEONSPETE
Morning Worship II:00 .\.31. beth Terry attended revival services -:Ealdwin of Starke and Bryant
v ent home with Mrs. Towery for. and the names of ycur community deliquency in our community -
at Lanes Avenue Baptist.I[ Reddish were Sunday guests of movie
Training Union 6:15 P.M. a visit. captains. A free was :
Church, where Rev. Ed Harvey, Mrs. Mary Reddish.Mr. I SAI'P Owner
'I Evening 11'oshri p-7:30P,3I. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Durban and I shorn at the Reno Theater' last TEN IMPERATIVE NEEDS OF ,
is pastor Saturday night. Rev.1 and Mrs. Donald Ballentine ,
on "Never STARKE PHONE 4-396o
PRAYER MEETING sons and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Saturday and Sunday YOUTII WO

Wednesday 7:30 P.M.Nursery Edgar tor of First Wilkinson Baptist a Church former here pas-,i and and Mr.family and of Mrs.Jacksonville V. D. Dickerson visited I:Williams were weekend guests of Alone." This movie will also be,,' I-All youth needs to develop P. 0. Box 774 Phone EA 5-4887 Palatka, Fla.

Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Boyette in shown in all of the schools. "ManAlive" salable skills and those under- !
Open For AU ServicesA but now of Lake City was the Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Wilkerson and : Valdosta. was shown last week at ,standings and attitudes that make AGENTS -

evangelist for this revival.Mr. I j the Leon Wilkerson, Sunday. I Phone FK 6-2G61 Phone :MA 9 3617
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Cordial Welcome Extended I Guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. S. R J E.Carnation i i the worker an intelligent and

:: Tu All Who Will Worship WithUs. and Mrs. Johnny Crawfordo I Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Tyre of .Tanner and family during the Club !''productive! participant in economIc -' Gainesville, Fla. Ocala, Fla.
I :
Jacksonville had Sunday din- Keystone Heights spent Saturday :i i weekend were John Bennett of A large group attended the Tea ,! life. To this end. most youth Phone 1651 Lake City, Fla.
r.er with Mr. and Mrs. Guy Futch with Mr. and Mrs. H. B.
snd family.Mr. 'Hague and family. Misses Lois ':, the State Farm Mr. and Mrs.|I sponsored by the Carnation So- reed supervised work experiencesas For Expert Tree SurgeryCall Our Agent
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J. H. Mabry\ Jr. Pastor 'Bill Zack and Mr and Mrs. Clifton j cial Savings Club. Many of the well as education in the skills
and Mrs. Erlie Padgett and Sallie and Evelyn went home FLORIDA PEST CONTROL & CHEMICAL: CO.
( Smith of Jacksonville. children in the community joinedthe 1!and knowledge of their occupa- I
I family visited Mrs. Catherine with their grandparents and '< 224 X. Ave. Phone WO 1.3965
I Temple
George Smith son of Mr. and Easter Parade in spite of the tion.
spent the night.
:i Mrs. Paul Smith cut his foot misty weather. President Brooks II-All youth need to develop
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Priest and
.. on a bicycle spoke and is a patient and all the members thank those and maintain good health and
FIRST BAPTIST Church StarkeRev. family visited Mr. and Mrs. Er-
; -- in Bradford County Hos- who attended and made this affair physical fitness.
nest Williams and son and Mr.
I a gala one. Mrs. Alma Jenk- III-All youth need to under-
and Mrs. Williams in pital.Mr.
Murray FOR
EVERYWORTHWHILE
Lewis D. Haines, Pastor Wellborn and the Joe Allendersin and :Mrs. Jack Reynoldsand ins reporter. I I stand the rights and duties of a
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sons and Mrs. Laurie Mosley We Thank You citizen of a democratic society.
., Jefferson and Court Streets In the Heart of Town Lake City on Sunday. '
'were in Baldwin, Sunday for a The family of Mamie L. Jonesof and to be diligent and competentin
The Clarence and Rudolph Rosier visit with Mr. and Mrs. Hassie I the performance of their ob- USE
;. Phones: Office 101.6801Pastorium WO 9 2301 families of Palatka spent New River. who was recently
Reynolds !burned completely out is deeply lisation as members of the com-

SUNDAY SERMONS 11:00 A.M.: 7:30 P.M. Britt the weekend and Ray with Rosiers.Mr. the. Cedric, Misses Elizabeth Tatum and grateful to all persons who help- < munity and citizens of the state

.Cynthia Smith of the Universityof I ed them during this disaster. The and nation and of the world. :to
and :Mrs. Fred Moore had Furniture
Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Trainin gUnion 6:45 P.M. Florida were' weekend guests ,Mickens family was also included.All IV-All Youth need to under-
Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs.S. .
as
of Miss Tatum's parents, Mr. gifts and donations receivedwere stand the significance of the *
Midweek Service Wednesday 7:30 P.M.A D. Andrews and children of and Mrs. T. W. Tatum. 'i appreciated from the smallest family for the individual and society Signature
Wildwood, and Mr. and Mrs. Bil- I
j Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Stevens to the largest. May God bless and the conditions conducive '
iy Torode and of Gainesville. *
FRIENDLY WELCOME AWAITS YOU son Auto
and family spent the weekend you one and all for being such to successful family life
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul]
I AT THE FRIENDLY CHURCH with Mr. and Mrs. Nick Johns in dear friends in our time of dis- i V-All youth need to know how
Bennett and daughters during *
.. ,,Bradenton. I I I tress and need. i i to purchase and use goods and Real Estate
the weekend were Mr. and Mrs. I
4 4 Miss Arthurine Blanchard of :. R J E News ,services intelligently understanding -
Clifton Smith of Jacksonville,
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.. and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Kersey andsons Jacksonville spent the weekend The with' her-sister. Miss Enza Blan- prise party March 26 for their the consumer and the economic
of Starke. |
REVIVAL SERVICES 'chard. teacher Mrs. L. M. Royal. The consequences of their acts. t
Sunday guests of the Frank
Mrs. G. W. Durham of Jacksonville idea was originated by Miss R J E VI-All youth need to under- \
I Cruce family were Mr. and Mrs. TOWN
and Mrs. C. E. Strick- Sonja Williams. The party startedat rtand the methods of science. The
Robert Carlton and sons and
land of Gainesville were Thursday 7:30: and ended at 11:30.: All influence of science on human .
JOHNSTOWN BAPTIST CHURCH Mr. and Mrs. Everett Bowlingand
and Friday guests of their the students enjoyed the party life and the main scientific facts
sons, of Jacksonville. .
I
sister Miss Elizabeth Terry. i.I and the teacher was thrilled and concerning the nature of the FINANCE CO.
(Between Raiford and Lake Butler) Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Tucker '
Mr. and Mrs. Bill'Turner and very surprised.The world cf man. .
and family of Fernandina Beach
family were in Lakeland this class officers were presented I VII-All youth need opportunities
came Thursday and carried Mrs.
., Sun., April Through Sun., Apr. 12 Leona Edwards with them for a weekend for a visit with Mr. and i as follows: Richard Chandler: to develop their capacities tc 11 jV.. Call St. Starke, Fla.
Mrs. Jordan. president; Jimmy Brown vice- appreciate beauty in literature
weekend visit with Mr. and Mrs. I I '
j i Sunday.guests of Mr. and Mrs. president; Shirley Ann Moore art, music and nature P Phone WO 49091Come

., Rev. Emanuel J. Morris EvangelistDinner Louie of Avon Lee Wainwright Park. and family O. J. Anders were Mr. and Mrs. I secretary; Sonja; Williams reporter -I I Vm-All youth need to be y

Johnny Jenkins and family of I I ; Mrs. L. M. Royal Advisor. i able to use their leisure time well
Mrs. Sallie Crawford and
Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. Three cheers again for the 7th end to budget time wisely' balan-

On The Grounds; Sunday,.. \pril.5 daughter of Orlando have moved C. Strickland of Starke. 1 grade. cing activities that yield satis
into the Barber house near the
Mr. and Mrs Clifford McVicker The Senior class will present I
I Theodore Crews.
.. I and son of Eagle Grove, Iowa I II five one-act plays on Friday,I
Public Cordially InvitedREV. Mr. and Mrs. Levy Griffis andDavid I ;.
I spent from Thursday until Sunday April 10, in the cafetorium at
1
and Curtis Johns spent the Save up to $102.75 in Cost! Yes; Ford, the 1
{ with Mr. and Mrs. D. A. R J E. All parents and friends:
D. A. GREEK, Pastor ,. weekend in Macclenny with Mrs. I : seller with the lowest price tag can save yot
,Jcnes and daughters. are invited to attend. We regret
Edna Mae Griffith.Mr. S 1 02.75 the list radial I
up to on price,including
I Jim Rafuse of Jacksonville the recent death of the grand-
and Mrs. Jimmy Thornton -I heater Fordomatic and V-8. And that's
just
,
visited his brother L. P. and fami- mother of our class sponsor, Mrs.F. 1

ly on Friday.Mr. S. Pierce. Mrs. Pierce is in I the beginning. To show you big additumd,

....-:;. "";'':."'-.. ...... <: '1. 'i:,.::...." and Mrs. R. E. Lee and Charleston S. C. now but will savings, we've prepared a FORD SAVINGS I
,A-::< i'f."M' see 1
; jio \ family} were Sunday guests of Mr. return to school by Friday. She BOOK, so you can see how you : 11 J

7.:- r;; .'t ::;:;:: ;'::*.\.:- :: ""'..: ?<,,: >>.:;.:.;;- y .,......-t and Mrs. Gordon L. Peterson and has our deepest sympathy. :'t, I Save up to $126 on other Accessories! If jot

: 'y?;. family in Jacksonville. Church NewsBethlehem -. add other accessories, including air condition'
'' Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Raulersonand Freewill Baptist I .
:) I It sorfUl ing, \ou"U save to $126 over Ford's nearest
1 You never hadr daughters spent the weekend Church Rev. L. McKay, pastor. what t up J
J
with Mr. and Mrs. Markilee Raul- will observe the following worship I competition;
I
erson and daughter of Hahira ; schedule each week: Mon. Save up to $40 on Cat! Nickels add up fasti

l l"At..v Ga.Mr. 7:30 p. m. Faithful Few Club because both standard Ford engines-V-8 and

and Mrs. Shirley Johnson meeting; Tuesday:30 p. m. Choir! iifirire .
on regular saing00
powei gas, up toj
and family were in Madison fora rehearsal; Wed. 7:30: p. m. Prayer can I 50 a gallon

weekend visit with Mr. and meeting; Friday 7:30 Prayer" you 1

4 ? ,, \ -': Mrs. W. Johnson. Band home visitation and administering Save on Resale Value Fords traditionally

...*,,.,,.k.jISo.: :I><' ..?'-' Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Dinkinsof to the sick in the com- bring you more at traoV-in time. Prtof that!

\ s':: {j"' 10 eFOA' }*M1t. 5r Sanford spent Sunday with munity. you re ahead id a Ford all the way I .
: .
''%,,. <,4J.... Mr. and Mrs. Roy Griffis and Regular pastoral Sundays are save .
't' c.
: :.. :.. .r : .- I
: and third.
if. .. first .
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.. \;:.?: ,i.of' sons.Miss .,
"' .. .. .. ,. .'v";.> '"""""."'""""..."."..fv.:...,,"F Doris Tanner visited her Sunday School every Sunday -
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'--< .-. .Jjt:nJ t&A brother-in-law and sister Mr. starting at 9:30: a. m. Deacon

and Mrs. Clarence Mosley in Prince and Deacon Newman in

Jacksonville over the weekend. charge; morning service at 11:00a. R

Rev. and Mrs. Earl Moses returned m. evening service at 7:30 p. t
at
HH home from St. Mary's 4t

J 8.g3 .. Ga., on Saturday, where he has m.The general public is always

; been song leader in a revival ,for welcome to our church. We haveon

two weeks. i large building program and

The /' Those on the sick list this week we need your help and prayers. w

are: -Mrs. Brad Norton. Mrs. Sel- Easter Sunday services were y I

ma Eunice. Mrs. Fred Moore good. RE'v.I.. P. Franklin preached -

Mrs. Bryant Reddish, and Mrs. out of his soul on the subject r mkN

O. J. Phillips. "Did Not our Hearts Burn
Mrs. Geneva McCaffrey' and While the Man of God Talked 1 !

family of Jacksonville had Sun- with us by the Way." At 3 p. m.I

day dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Sunday the Easter program was 9'w

Dave Tanner. presented by the Sunday School II

department. I
kr ;
Presbyterian ChurchFriday This is the voice of your new II
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F.rl.500...
who did her non1
reporter hot sign
of the 73
r 8 p. m.-choir practice. name to the article. with pew Ferdt the

100 PLUS for the ultima In luxury performance. Sunday 9:45 a. m. Sunday Pleasant Grove Methodist Church the i tide on Trrtxturd

worthwhile protective School: 11 a. m.. Morning Wor- Rev H. J. Blunt pastor will hrti.
Choose. : Over 100 octane plus ever)]r. hip: ; 6 p. m., Youth Fellowships. have regular services all day Sunday -

feature. Starke Social Club meets on the starting with Church School

bestgasolene SUPER 5-D a super premi um at ordinary premium first and third Tuesdays of each vt 10 a. m. Bro. Leo DeSue, Supt.in GET YOUR INDIVIDUAL
very
price. Perfect for today't h ugh _eowprtwion auto- month. Everyone welcome. charge; morning worship at 11a. 59 FORD FORD SAVINGS BOOKAT

for mobiles. m.; Evening service at 7 p.'" m. YOUR NEIGHBORHOODFORD

SINGING CONTENTION On ''the third Sunday we will DEALER'S
: {ormonce regular pike
MILEMASTER-premium per The
Bradford-Union Singing observe Women's and Men's Day

your car Stepped up octane, power and mileagel! .. Convention will meet at>i Kings- combined All captains are askedto

ley Lake Baptist Church Sunday, contact members so that we

April 5.Morning. win have a great day financiallyand TERWILLEGAR MOTORS

services will be held spiritually. The Spiritual

I and a basket dinner .will be serv- Echoes will appear in Jackson-
SILCOX CITIES SER'VICE ed out-of-doors' the noon hour.. fille.on.the Second Sunday. They 206 W.Madison St. Starke, Florida phone WO 4-3381

705 Temple Avenue Starke, Fla Singing will continue through. are at your service. just' contact j IIC You're Interested in an.Q'JUsed Car Be Sure to See Your Ford Dealer

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Be Given Away Saturday, July 2t '.

STARTING THIS WEEK YOU WILL BE GIVEN COUPONS GOOD FOR A CHANCE ON THIS BEAUTIFUL BOAT -- MOTOR --

AND TRAILER WHEN YOU TRADE WITH THE FOLLOWING COOPERATING MERCHANTS: .1

Gem Jewelry Bullington's Studio&Gift Shop Alvarez Store '
EST.1891Florida
C.H.Nasworthy Williams Jewelry

Philco Appliances and Furniture ..... Robbins' Department i t Store Theatre

J&J Building Supplies '. Starke Hardware Company Central Fla.Gas &Appliance Co.

Stump's Department Store Starke Builders Supplies,Inc. Silcox Cities Service Station

Denmark Furniture Company. Goodman's Service Station Cate-Hendry Chevrolet Co.,Inc.

Koch Drug Store Goldwire Servicenter Barksdale's Department Store <:.
AT SLADE GAS CO.STOHE .
Shepherd's Radio&TV Eagle Department Store J. Brownlee&Chasteen :

Terwillegar Motors Bradford County TelegraphTrade Florida Pest Control&Chemical.Co.f
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STARTING THIS WEEK YOU WILL BE GIVEN COUPONS GOOD FOR A CHANCE ON THIS BEAUTIFUL BOAT MOTOR --
AND -- TRAILER WHEN YOU TRADE WITH THE FOLLOWING COOPERATING MERCHANTS: .1

Gem Jewelry Bullington's Studio&Gift Shop Alvarez Store .
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'- Philco Appliances and d FurnitureJ '_ Robbins' Department Store Theatre .
&J Building Supplies Starke Hardware Company Central Fla.Gas &Appliance Co.

Stump's Department Store -; Starke Builders Supplies,Inc. Silcox Cities Service Station

Denmark Furniture Company Goodman's Service Station Cate-Hendry Chevrolet Co.,Inc.

Koch Drug Store Goldwire Servicenter -, Barksdale's Department Store ,.,
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