Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 9, 1959
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Touchy Subject -' evaluation '.

Eyed By Boards In Monday Confab .'

Superintendent<< << .\' -.or
Possibilities of a re-valuation 8l HOl'

program for property in Bradford

County will be explored at a special i mean drastic curtailment of thei division and suggested it

BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH meeting of County Commissioners -i schools' maintenance program was time to return to a 50-30

and School Board members -:' and cancellation of plans for extending -,i tasis.

together with Tax Assessor : the science department, In the general dIscussion. members -

Gene Long. set for Monday morning at BHS. of both boards seemed to

at 10 o'clock in the court- CCmmissioner H. A. Bishop cgree that a property revaluation
Official County Publication Established In 1879
house. ountered with the statement that program was needed in the courtly
I The suggestion was made as his board would have to levy an- it was pointed out that with

VOLUME EIGHTY STARKE. FLORIDA. TI'ntSf\v. APRIL 9. 1959'' NUMBER FORTY-TWO the upshot of a joint meeting of other two mills to maintain services most homes in the county coming

I Commission and School Board 1 at even the present level. under the $5.000 homestead exemption -

-- -,---- Monday morning when each in- '! and could not purchase needed very few home owners

Council EyesCondemnation \I/nB&ECases i J 1[I tooted it must have more money equipment for road maintenance pay any ad valorem tax for the

to carry out necessary programs I, without a larger slice of the racing upport of schools or other county

m the next fiscal )'ear. revenue. sen ices.

Judge Holds Parent In Contempt i .I Monday's get-together was initiated i' Bishop said the Commission a- Thornton Johns. School Board

: by the Commission in the i gieed to a 60-40 split of race revenue member said that he believed

hope; that the School Board would : with the schools getting the most home owners. and certainly

For Sewer Lift i As Juveniles Booked For TrialA agree: to a 50-50 split of Bradford :Lirger share. two years a;:o as an these with children would b"

County race track revenue after. emergency measure when the willing to pay a small tax on their

I I the first $15.000 was given to the schools were faced with an acute homes if they were shown the
new twist that saw one par-.I Thompson recently returned Bradford County Hcspital Board. maintenance problem. He point- necessity of additional" funds fort

Condemnation proceedings will I eat held in ccntempt of court for:I from a term in the Boys Indus- School Superintendent H. P. Moran led: out that the schools had re- e maintenance and operation

b'> started soon against property ) showing up drunk, and another trial School at Marianna, and [; said, however that to give I iceived arcund $30000 additional of first rate schools.
needed for a sewer lilt station
.. facing possible contempt for ar- Griffis has been on probation. up any funds at this time would in the past two years due to the I Continued on Page 51
near N. Temple Ave. if property
'iv ing late featured hearings in They admitted having a part -
owners do not turn over deeds as
juvenile court here Wednesday in the breaking and of .
I agreed. This decision was made entering : First 'Old Grad'Ingram t" .
afternoon. J & J Building Supplies Stern's City To Seek
at City Council meeting Tuesday .I ".
night Held in contempt and sentencedtc Service Station, Guidon Grill.

five days in jail was Leonard Lawson's Market, and Starke Ra-
S. l'sI.Vall., contractor who will Criffis. father of Cleon Griffis, t.10 & TV.Third Four Local Bills Named'i

build the lift station, will be one of the three youths arrested member of : :
the trio. Wiley
ready to start the work in two
last week after their Implicationin
: )
weeks he told the City Clerk. He !',I Brewer, 18, was arraigned Wednesday ;; '
a series breaking and entering I
J said he expected to complete the Starke business houses. Grif-'i afternoon and waived pre-.At 59 Session i BBS Principal

work as soon as possible. fis was not present when court I)|I!liminary_ hearing. He admitted ; .

The city has closed some streetsin BEES EVICTED convened so Chief of Police Ri- implication in the Stern's case,\I

preparation to the work and iey Sweat and Deputy Dolph but denied having a part in the Four local bills amending the Hugh B. Ingram. principal of

is new awaiting deeds from prop- (.it). Street Foreman S. R. Hick and Dennfo Smith nliow Reddish were dispatched to bring Guidon Grill robbery. His case 'city charter will be introduced by Lawtey Junior High School was

erty owners. The City attorneywas giant size, bre hives retrieved from tree at the home of Mr*. J. him in. He arrived apparentlyso was certified to Circuit Court and Bradford legislators at this session named principal of Bradford I

instructed to notify these 3!. Mihhcll. The warming beevverv transferred by Smith befuddled by whiskey that he his bond set at $500 each of three according to the request ', County High for the 1959-60 term

owners that condemnation will be could not find a seat in the court i.charges. I r.assed as a resolution by City by the School Board Monday following -
from their do-it-jourself hive to one of hi'S commercial models I I Council
started shortly.A room. Chief Sweat reported Monday Tuesday night. J I recommendation by the II. B. Ingram
where they promptly' went to making honey. that most of the stolen All four bills. except the one School Trustees.
Mrs. Daisy
petition was received by Thompson mother goods I I
Council asking that Clark St.. of Billy Thompson another was found concealed behind a raking the right for the city toj. Ingram's appointment followed of BHS ever appointed to this
tack of the involved the of wall board in the house : issue search warrants' are routine ;
armory be paved. The Arrested In Aqua 16-year-old in thefts, P'ece i i a letter of resiznation rro. i present position He graduated from high
decision of the did not at where Thompson and Griffis I j measures. I i
members was to appear the stated time. I. BUS principal Beecher W. tchool in 1940 and received his
rut Clark St. from Adklns to and had to be sent for. She said shared a room on Railroad Street. One bill about which there has:,I : Master of Education
i i Payne. dated April 4, and ac- Degree fiom
Brownlee on the bottom of the she was waiting downstairs in Also recovered was $7.36 in pen- been some confusion according I i ito '
Deputy Sheriff Gets His Man cepted by the trustees at an early i,.the University of Florida. He is
list of streets to be paved and the courthouse and Judge Yawn nies frcm a piggy bank in the members of Council provides,I morning meeting Monday. ''now' closing out his seventh yearas .
consider the rest of the street ata said he would investigate her room, and $82 in bills. Sweat the method of sale of city utilities.I
I It i I John A. Torode chairman of principal Lawtey Junior
later time. story with an eye to contempt if said the goods would be inventoried -I There is no intention of selling ,
After Chase Into Pond 'the, trustees, who called the 8 High and prior to that taught two
In other action an ordinancewas Watery lot verified. and returned to the owners, i!any cf the utilities but the method years in BHS.
m. Monday said the
a. meeting
I and the (not all that | by which it can be done if :
passed and will be posted in The juvenile court waived juris- money was : i,I I trustees voted to accept Payne's Ingram was recently elected Director -
city hall for two weeks keepingthe diction in the cases of Thomp- tsken pro rated according to the it is ever desired must be pro- of District VIII Florida Education
in I recognized as Richard r resignation: at the request of -
handy man
Ability to swim came young .
Naticnal Underwriter's | cn and Griffis. and certified amount lest by each place. 1 \ided. With the addition of natural -
Code Reddish when I) Smith of Starke load a butanegas ;ochool Superintendent H. P. Mor- Association and holds
for Deputy Dolph
as the citj's electric code. Other hem to Circuit Court on charges He said that the robbery at gas as a city utility the i 1 the rank of Major in the Florida
!I Torode
drink last cylinder into the Chevrolet gan. voted against accept-
he dived into the method of sale must be provided.
codes for and of breaking and entering with intent Brownlee & Chasteen warehouse
gas. building !i National Guard. Ex-
sedan and place bumper jack I lance, with the other two trustees serving as
Thursday in pursuit of a fleeing a
i this provision is added
to commit petit larceny. there around $800 was taken
plumbing will be the Southern I ccutive Officer of the 748th Armored -
of and A.
When he Phillips Lawtey
under the bumper.
moonshine still operator. rear ) the charter it will also be ask-
Building Code. Their bonds not yet posted, were from a safe. was not attributedto 'I Battalion.I .
started to work tne jack he looked It' L. Green of Brooker voting for Ordnance
V Richard C. tDickl Smith 18,I set at $1,500 each. these boys._ d that a vote for such a sale *
In other
These i appointment Mondayr
measures were adopted and I startedto --- it. I
: back and saw me I
of Staike was arrested in a pond I be by city freeholders rather than [the
because the requirements of the run and he ran toward the still The early Monday meeting was r .School Board named James
the northeast shore of Little by all registered voters. '
city fit those of these codes and near Santa Fe Lake after being then directly into a pond of Summer Baseball City Asks SRD An amendment providing for I attended by several school pa-I Temple faculty, a member of at the BHS
as principal Lawtey
money will be saved by referringto I;water. I followed this young man t t trons who requested the retention
Reddish and State DitchesIn of I
surprised by Plans ScheduledFor To Clean permanent registration city to replace Ingram and Thomas
the standard codes which can I agents at the still site. He waived I'' into the water and he swam and I voters is also on the list. Regis-i| Cf Payne as principal. ." L. Casey Jr., also of the BHS
/ be purchased at few dollars I
a the water and 12-15 West StarkeA
dived into
apprehended Boys second
preliminary hearing when arraigned -1', tration would be similar to that Payne is completing his faculty. to be principal of the new
rather than have them incorporated -
I before County Judge T. A. I him about 300 feet from now in use by the county and I year as principal here and would ''Southside
I 12 and 15:>> in for the State Koart School. now under con-
in the city ordinances. |the still. The still was located All boys between request ;,'' .
I April 3. was bound o'crtG would allow registration books to have
Yawn on gone on continuing contract,struction. L. H. Futch
Discussion but no action was'I on the banks of this pond. I the: county who are interested in j Dept to clean two drainage ditchesin was reappointed -
released .
| Circuit Court and I be open throughout the year with if returned. His letter of resignation -; at Brooker.
taken on purchase of a new billing "Smith stated that he owned playing baseball this summer are the west section of town will'
.under $1.000 bond. I exception of short periods before for his I I
Director Bob : | gave no reason action The board also received the
machine and cash register.I the Chevrolet car and that he urged by Recreation :.
his I be mailed this week, according toi and after elections provided and when The '
As Reddish tells the story in Benner to meet at Pratt St. Play as queried by resignation of Fester Shi Smith.a .
These will be needed to handle I worked the still only a short while '
'official report: Saturday April 11, at 9:30 I instructions of City Council at the' by law. I(Telegraph he said only that he member of the BHS faculty. In
ground, ,
the extra work involved with sale : und that he did not make any I'I'I "
I I "On April 2, 1959, in company a.m. I Tuesday night meeting. The fourth amendment is an- I had "no comment at this time. : submitting his resignation. Smith
of natural gas. The machines money as he was told that he
with State Beverage Agent Claude 1 other routine bill which provides Ingram. the principal-elect. is spoke highly of the work of
will) total around $12.000 but can I would. He also stated that his "Even if you are not ready to I I One ditch through Pinehaven
I J. Veal and Investigator R. E. Mr. Benner said for the issue of revenue certifi- believed to be the first graduate Payne at Bradford High.
be purchased out of gas revenue father warned him that if he play now, 'subdivision goes west from the
I Smith of the Alcohol & Tobacco cates by the city without referen-
I certificates. ,vas doing anything wrong that he "come out and sign up. We needat I I The other. in the West
Tax, I proceeded to an illicit distillery would be caught. least 56 boys for a four-team i county jail. dum. Such certificates will be issued I Tax Deed Sale I Officers NamedTo
located 3'2 miles west of i Madison St. area goes back of I to obtain funds for installation -
MAYOR'S COURTMonday Keystone Heights and 10'z miles I "The seizure coasistecr of: one league. Saratoga Heights, north from Al- of the natural gas distribu- '!Sees Land Bring !
of the meeting
I south of Starke in Bracuoro.County. 1022-gal steel groundhog still; The purpose ton Road. ton to city consumers and for More Than Taxes
morning eight charges I 1.000 gallons of mash I sugar and Benner said is to see how many i Head Group
will be interested Water drains througn these the city power plant. Payment
were listed for trial at Mayor'sCourt When I arrived at the still bianl: 2 butane gas burners; boys in county ball this summer. ditches from state roads and they will be out of income and not : Circuit Court Clerk Charles
but only three defendants 5-gal. glass jugs: two 5-gal. in playing .
there was nobody there and a i seven can be cleaned only by the State from: any other source of revenue. i held tax deed sale on the
appeared on four charges. black 1948 Chevrolet four-door I tn cans; 2 buckets, 1 hoe 1 funnel Road Dept. The cfty has no jurisdiction -! It will not be paid by taxes. Darby a For Golf CourseElection

Charlie Hutchins pleaded not :j jiuilty stdan was stuck in the mud about I one 1948 Chevrolet 4-door Softball MeetingSet over any ditch that drains I Courthouse steps Monday and
also to'' Fedan Motor No. FAA-65691 no sold 15-acre tract of land to!
to vagrancy and 15 feet from the still pot. This For TuesdayIn a state road. Temperance Week a
resisting arrest. He was found i i. Chevrolet was loaded with two I..venal number. Loaded into this I high-bidder Sidney P. Marshall i, of temporary officers

guilty; on both charges and fined (:,100lb. butane gas tanks and a Chevrolet were four 100-lb. butane USO BuildingAnother I New Directories Observed HereIn of Gainesville. and a decision to go ahead with

227 on the first and $52 on the:. multi-tube condenser and a I gas cylinders, one multi- I' Mrs. Marian CrosbY. supervi.sor the formation of a corporation

second. I,i Briggs & Straiten gasoline water tube condenser one Briggs & softball meeting for ad- Are AvailableAt cooperation with Governor were highlights of a meeting of
heard Sratton gasoline with Lancaster ults will be held Tuesday Apnl Leroy Collins' proclamation of of registration said it was
One plea cf guilty was onf,i pump was in the trunk. I arrived :, pump persons interested in a golf and
public intoxication and two defendants at the still about 2 p. m. and it !j|i :' water pump attached 14, at 8 p.m. at the USO to clear Phone Office I II Youth Temperance Education the first time in her 7 '2 years I II country club held in the Chamber

did not appear on the !,i was decided to wait for the perI [Serial No. 139484. up details for an area Softball i i i Week. April 12-18, the local i I in the clerk's office that a piece of Commerce office Tuesday night

same charge. Bond on the ones I I son to return to the car and jack "The seizure was destroyed with League. I I New Starke telephone directories -1WCTU i is mailing out informative I I|.I of property had sold for more Temporary officers elected
not and on the guilty I the exception of 1948 Chevrolet Team rosters and entrance fees I I are now abailable at the literature to ministers. doctors.i i'than the amount of taxes due.
appearing I it or pull it out of the mud. I were: Clyde Terwillegar presi
plea were $27 each. About up 3:30: p. m. I heard some- sedan gasoline engine with water will be determined at the meet-I lousiness I office of Starke Tele- Ii lawyers. and teachers throughout'1 I Marshall paid $625 for the Peets- dent: Guy Andrews vice president

There was one charge of reckless I I one at the car. working about the pump attached. and 4 butane gas ing to which representatives of all I 1. phone Co., 140 N. Thompson St., the area so that this matter may : vile land formerly owned by C'I Robert Mclntire secretary: and S

driving. by excess speed. to: still and car. With Agent Veal I tanks. These! articles were storedat teams or prospective teams in the: it was announced this week by H. be emphasized, especially among :i I. Dingfelder. ., L. Peek Jr.. treasurer. Directors

which the defendant pleaded not : worked my way nearer the still the Bradford County jail yard area are invited. I I A. Bishop Jr.Directories. the youth.A < Daniel L. Bright. Peetsville Negro I named were: W. C. Powell. John

guilty. He was found guilty and '! while Investigator Smith took up I by the Sheriff for forfeiture and Recreation Director Bob Benner!, will be mailed to special membership drive will) had filed for a tax deed on. Kopelousos. T. H. Slade. H. A.

fined $27.Also : a position: near the rear of the .i disposition by the County Com said that if enough teams are not I I!' subscribers later this month Mr. I be conducted by the WCTU during the property for $35.30, but was ': Bifhop. H. B. Ingram. James

in traffic offenses one defendant -i still site. About 3:40: p.m. I saw a missioners." interested there can be no league. Bishop added. this period. I outbid at the sale. I Hobbs. Joe Walla<'e. E. L. Mat.

forfeited bond of $27 on thews. and H. H. P..a bo.

a reckless driving by excess' Red Cross Raises Some 50 persons attendIng the
speed. and running a red light also Good And Bad Mixed In Audit Report meeting were told that no definite

cost one offender $12 in bond $527 On Quota I decision as to location or the golf

forfeited. 1, I j course has been made. althougtt

Bouquets and brickbats were time resources were adequate to date but became incensed when payment on Jan. 22, 1959. replaced -.future. j two sites are under senouj consideration -

Dr. S. R. Marco. chairman of freely mixed in audit reports on I cover all liabilitTes of record. I Kelly didn't meet this deadline)' $841.15 he haa drawn in excess) The report said errors and omissions -' One of these touches

Revival Services Bradford County's 1959 Red Cross Eradford County officialdom filed "Reports and remittances were either.; I of income up to Sept. =30 1951. I resulted in the non-remit-i Crosby Lake and the other Is on

fund drive, announced yesterdaythat by State Auditor Bryan Willis last I accurate but at times there was Kelly deposited the money to the ; On Feb. 6, 1959 and Feb. 12. tance of fines. The sheriff refunded U. S. 301 South. near the old air-

contributions of $527.42 have week in the office of Clerk of the a considerable time lag between Commission account before legal j)11959!. the Sheriff paid back to His this money in payments! ot port. It was indicated that owners -

BOATDRAIN I Court. the collection and distribution ot action got under way. |i office a total of $415!$. The $2.000 on Sept. 30. 1958 and *1- of these properties might sell

been received toward the $2.000 The offices of Sheriff arid Tax tax monies. Remittances of tax The report also showed that) audit report said he was overpaidthis 087.67 on Jan. 22. 1959. j at a reduced price since the location -

Baptist Church quota. Collector came in for most of the collections to the various taxing Kelly was overpaid commissions i amount daring the audit period County Judge Theron A. Yawn's: ; of a golf course would enhance -

Among the larger contributions adverse comment, while the office units were delayed from two to in the net 'mount of $297.58 ati i when he sold his personal automobiles office was audited for the penod the value of the remainder

Starting April 13 ''I I acknowldged were $50 from Flor- of Clerk of the Circuit Court four months for the period from Oct. 31, 1958. This was a resultof that were in official use.) from July 1. 1956 to Aug. 31. 1958. of their land.Terwillegar.
) Starke $25 each received its second favorable report May to June in tooth 1957: and late remittances of collections.i)I I to the office. The report said',i The report on Yawn said Tees said that 200 members -
ida Bank at :
I Song Service 7:30 in two years. Comments on 1958. Collections were not always Florida Statutes provide that collectors I the overpayment resulted from er-. charged appeared to be proper ., at $300 each wouid give the

Preaching -'8:00 f-om Stump's Dept. Store. Slade the offices of County Judge Tax : deposited promptly in the lose their commissions on rors in the difference between de-! expenses were properly supported corporation sufficient working capita

Gas Co., M. W. Cressler Dr. C. J. Assessor, Board of Public Instruction -:Collector's official bank account." collection that are not remittedon preciation expenses Reddish had I i'and appeared reasonable the to build the course a clubhouse

nEV.C.A.CROSBYE'angelist : Hcupt W. H. Smith Bradford and the Bradford County I The- Collector was criticized in time. been paid on the cars and the dockets were well kept office and other necessary 1 facili

County Telegraph, Local Finance Hospital Board were generally last year's audit for similar delays The report lauded Kelly for having amount he was paid at the date !'procedures for filing and reportingwere ties. Pledges have already been

I favorable. in remittances. That report a high percentage of collections -, of the transfer. The report said adequate." received from 111. and each per-
Dr. H. H. Adams. Jones Funeral -
WELCOME! I Co., Tax Collector J. K. Kelly \\-asl showed that the audit penod was and said that filing procedures -' this repayment was apparently I t It was noted that the Judge son attending Tuesday night's
Home Koch's Drug Store.,' criticized for delays in remitting I delayed from June 30. 1956 to in the office were good. The I I from personal funds. !i i I overpaid the county $108.65 in income -' meeting agreed to make several

I Starke Dry Cleaners & Laundry: collections to the various taxing I July 30. 1956 in order for a defiCIt report' also said the tax rolls were I 1. The report also noted that lines during' 1957. He was criticized contacts during the week in an

This Space Contributed 20. Dr. J. E. Denmark; $15. Wall I units. inaccurate ercords of income I II I of $263.18 in Kelly's accounts to properly closed. I j i I totaling $3,137.6 were dut at the 1 1i I in last year's report for er. effort to obtain the ZOO goal by

Weekly to Publicize II Insurance Agency; $10 each from and expenses, and delays in depositing -i I be:: made up. Sheriff P. D. Reddish came un- >i close of the audit period, and that I rors and omissions in bookkeeping next Tuesday._

I Community Events by Big Dad Mfg. Co., Starke Builders of collections in the Col A similar delay this year was der fire for a deficit of $51.185.44 i I records and operating procedureswere Ii IiI I for 1955, and for apparently

Supply Van H. Priest Co., W. T. lector's official bank account. The climaxed when the Board ot that existed in his official accounts!I not accurate or efficient. withdrawing part of hIs earned Senior Parents :

Jackson. Denmark Furniture Co., i audit for his office covered the County Commissioners held a special at Aug. 31. 1958. The audit of! Bouquets were banded out for a compensation before it was receIv-

THE COMMUNITY Dr. T. G. Ritch. Charley E.: Johns. period from Aug. 31, 1956 to Oct. meeting on Feb. 19, and votedto the Sheriff's office covered the I I budget that "was well preparedand ed. He repaid this money Immediately To Meet April 16 nI

Leila's, Lawson's Market, and J :31, 1958. begin legal aclibn against Kel- period from July 1, 1956 to Aug. adhered to" and the report after the close of the

STATE BANKOF & J Building Supplies. The report said: "A deficit ol ly because he had not remitted. 31. 1958. noted thatproper procedures and audit period on June 30. 1956. I Parents of senior BHS students

STARKE Dl:;..Marco said that no reports H.825.49 existed in the Tax Col 3213.40 of 1958 tax monies that I II The report said the Sheriff use of official forms were explained Tax Assessor Gene Long receIVed -t are invited to meet at the Methodist -

have been received yet from the lector's accounts at Aug. 31, 1958.! were due the Board on January i made good the deficit, apparently, to the Sheriffs office deputy a favorable report althoughbe i[ Recreation Hall Thursday

(Member F.D.I.C.) lesidential area'or other towns in I I.he The audit was extended to Sept.I 15. The Commissioners had granted i from personal funds, after the! and it appears that records and was criticized for not assessing!'Apr. 16. at 7:30 to plan activi.

-. county. 30 and then to Oct. 31, at which a moaurs extension of the due' close of the audit penod. His\ procedures should be proper in tne'' Continued on Page 51 ties I for the graduating class. _



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.._ .. vvv1rv.vvavv.nvavvvvm Dempsey Clark home after her with Mary Frances Norman.
: -- - - - promptly said she was going to
make crackling bread. We'venever stay in a Jacksonville hospital.Mr. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and
:r editorial farmer Diary some had any (lor crackling biscuits NORTH SIDE and Mrs. John Benny Sappof Mrs. Carl Brown were Air. .and

__,'___...... --" --9"P- I ] but we bet it it Is -mighty Daytona Beach spent the week- Mrs. A. W. Brown and daughter
. II By Sam McGurey Ernestine Mr. and Mrs. Cecil
good eating. end with his parents. Mr. and Mrs.
er I' al By Mrs. Carl Brown Rowe and Gregory HardenbrooK.
rdJY Or Not t I- % Carl Sapp. All were Sunday din-
Jo Pay; II Through so far. He has a little You've heard that you're not ..yy.yy.yy.yyy..yyy..... All church services formerly,,De-
H of Mr. and Mrs. Harold
7"1t1' ner guests
Tu Poj o t if
, 7 I foreign, car and he says: "my little supposed to put bananas in the The North Side Baptist Inde- ginning at 7:30 p.m. have beeh
The time has for presently homestead Alvarez.Mr. changed to 8
come I puddle-jumper leaps over the refrigerator. Now along comes an pendent Mission was organized into p.m.
exempt Citizens' of' Bradford'County to"do" some I ponds.- cxpertho says that chilling unripe a Southern Baptist Cooperative and Mrs. Arthur Gaskins Remember services at North
sellout thmking d' n >ethan a little bit. of souls I tomatoes spoils them. We Missionary Baptist Church July visited his parents Mr. and Mrs. Side are: Sunday School. 10 &.In.;
rchiI1g.* E: t' **:*' George Huggins will be, surprised don't do that. The doggone thingsare 17, 1956. The following pastorsof Wade Gaskins last weekend."""" Morning Worship. 11 ajn.; Evening
';pS ''ttip I to read this but as he'says, a) high that we keep ours ina the Florida Baptist Conventionmet Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Aqaair of Worship, 8 pjn.. and Prayer..meet-
"e'they willing to accept second rate schools, I "! talk too much!" [that is, George safe deposit box. with the mission to organize: Jacksonville visited the Oscar ing Wednesday at 8 p.m. Thurs-
foaife 'recreation*"facilities and other servicesOr I does]. It seems that when he 55 :;. E. Sparks E. C. Harley. K. t:. day evening choir practice will be
; was opera ted,en for his eyes, the Carters and Mrs. Came Norman, at 8 p.m. Saturday at 8 p.m. a cottage -
And speaking of forecasting Crosby E. W. Wilkerson Lacy
are they willing t6 pay'a small amount of taxes Recent rain has handed the doctor gave him the same anaes- things for the future farm one Conway and Elzie Bullard. Sunday. prayer meeting and BiMe.study : .
on their homes in return for these costly services will be held at the home of
berry growers another bitter pill. thetic used to quiet hogs. "It took gadget that is already under design Remember now, neighbors, that Mrs. Came Norman visited her
that have come to be accepted. as a part of the While the crop may come out more to knock me out" George is an automatic pilot that our homecoming has been changedto daughter in Jacksonville last Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Harley.A .

, American way of.... life? after a while according to Luther. bragged, "than it does, to put a you hook on to your tractor, takeit the third Sunday in July. We week. special invitation is extendedto
. Hilliard it will be too late for big hog. to sleep., out to a field set the gadget extend a special invitation to Dianne Bennett spent Sunday each of you to worship WIth us.
Perhaps that is over-simplifying the issue, but market sales. "There may be a and turn it loose. The control will everyone to attend.
. the seriousness of the problem was pointed up May crop" he said "but that Water everywhere in the county turn the tractor at the end of the Mrs. Verda Johns and Mrs. y.
Monday at a joint meeting of the Board of Coun- vcn't do us much good when the and it Is hoped that the preliminary row after lifting the implement, B. Thompson visited Mr. and Mrs.

ty Commissioners, 'the Board of Public Instruction buyers are gone.. .". survey for the creationoff then start making the next round Johnny Cowart, Sunday.
t and the Bradford County Hospital Board. a watershed here, asked for by at the right place and lower the Little Gregory Whitikar is sick ci: Look no further for
. The rain has hurt the cattle the Soil Conservation District implement. In case it sounds impossible :with measles. We hope he will
Cause of most of the financial trouble with raisers too. Troy Bennett said Supervisors in their last meeting, remember the automatic soon recover. complete property
. that his cows got through the will be acted upcn favorably. planes. Mrs. Katherine Sponholtz ot 1LL. t-ii
pilots on
which our governing boards are faced is Florida's :
winter in pretty good shape but Many of the farmers think thatif Miami visited North Side Sundayand insurance
magnanimous homestead exemption law that they look bad now because the ditches' and creeks were To one who grew weary manya was the guest of Mr. and Mrs.G. protection
which provides that a man shall pay no taxes on the grass is so watery cleared out. there would be some- time from going round and L. Sapp. It was a great blessing ; :; If >ou\e been looking for complete
the home in which he lives. Passed as a depres- where for theater to run to. round a field especially when to have her home again.Mr. : -""' insurance coverage for

sion measure, at a time when some unfortunate Stopped in at Tully Norman'sand .5. double cutting it sounds like avery and Mrs. S. C. Harley extend home youll be interested in our "l-PoIicy") Package.
told him the people of Law- H. L. I Levy 1 Norman has been a special invitation to their jour
. Floridians had actually lost their homes for non- good idea. But like all of You fire theft liability insurance with one policy .
tey had sent us over to Heilbronnto held up from planting corn, but it costs and until home Sunday night for a cottage get
of taxes the law in those days seemeda them money .
payment more
You or protec-
can save get
let them have some water, it he is glad that the pond on the he can'tspend prayer meeting and Bible study. one premium. money.
the farmer makes
good thing. But with Florida's present bur- they needed any. Tully thoughtfor back of his place is filling up. "I it.George. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Carter and iron than with separate policies or both. Call us.
geoning population and expanding economy, the a minute, and then said: ieU get all the fish I need to eat out family: of Georgia spent the week
homestead exemption act has developed into what the folks over Lawtey way that of there when it's full of water," end with his brother H. K. Carter
one state legislator recently described as "the our irrigation system here is he said. The pipe line is cutting Roberts tells this: It and family. We enjoyed having HAROLD C. WALL AGENCY

worst thing that ever happened to Florida." He working fine." Ft-ross Levy's place, and also the seems that a man in Lawtey them at church. _
We also to have Mrs.
freely admitted, however, that there wasn't a field owned by his daddy Tobe couldn't sleep one night last week, are glad "INSURANCE SPECIALISTS"

chance of having it repealed since any legislator There's one exception to the Norman. and he tossed and fussed and no raining and he had gotten soused
lain-damage story to crops. Talked matter how he tried he couldn't 200 E Call Street PhoneYO 4-4801
who'proposed such a thing would automatically to Cecil Crawford [the Collard to rain lately that he could-
commit suicide. A friend of ours got a sack of get to sleep. Finally he figuredout n't sleep until he got up and Starke FIa-
political King] and he said that his greens ,
cracklings last she It wasn't turned water spigot!
have come through in good shape. ,week and what was wrong' on a
As out at the joint meeting Monday
and he has a patch of turnips in
morning, it isn't necessary to revoke the home- now that looks good [and turnipsare

stead exemption act in order to do away with its selling at around$2.25.. ] Featured at.your grocer's now. .

worst effects. What does seem to be necessaryis .
to devise some method of applying the law so Incidentally, Cecil has been

that practically every home in the county will raising seven years.collards He says steadily: "1 might now not for 1 '

riot come under its provisions, as is now the case. have had all I wanted all the
The only way to do this, of course, would be time, but I've had some for about Cook'sCruise' with Code

to raise the level l of assessments in the county seven years now." And he must .

from',the present approximately 40 per cent of te making out all right for he's .

cash value l to perhaps 60 or 70 per cent. In this driving a 1959. Chevvy.. .

way a home now assessed at $5,000 and totally You've heard- about- tractors being Delight guests with delicious dishes i from r abroad-served with Coca-Cola, the world-wide favorite!

exempt, would be on the books at say $6,000 and bogged down but this one we

the owner would pay taxes on the $1,000 above believe is one for the books. The .. ." .v m.. ."_ ... ,_ '.-"."'."' ...
the, basic exemption. pipeline people were using a farm ,

This problem has been accentuated in recent tractor New River on and the Vanderbilt stretch between when 4 (+ : HAWAII( I \1. .;td''.f;': ':' .,, -t i4

a years by the rapid growth of Bradford County, the tractor bogged down clear to ,. :
as. well as all Florida. We want to grow we the housing. Well, they tugged :; ; .

welcome newcomers but every time a family and pulled on it with one thing ? ,, .'

moves into the community and establishes a and another and finally got it Ift Y' L>? 5 .' rt :
out-and then they took another
home'it children to educate and more ,:& ; %:. a C(
means more look at it. For they had pulled"it k'dr'', ,
services of every kind to provide. The new set- out and in so doing had sheared :
tIers are delighted, of course, to find these things off the rear wheels! So if you 4 :

: provided at rib cost to them in taxes, whereas gtt stuck anywhere don't let the

they"have' been accustomed to" paying five or six pipeline people help you, or you

: hundred,.dollars, perhaps, in taxes on their home may wind up without S. wheels! r :

... .
in the-'iwrth. "!-- J-1
The county reads have been a f )

All of this was well and good in time of slow mess, but Jack Davidson has a !+ t er+ 1w a a e M.r' 3yf o'+ t
car that has gotten him safely : $ t'
growth, such as the depression years when the 17

homestead' exemption act was passed, but in "

times of 'rapid ;'growth. such as this, it bringsfinancial UP ALLIGATOR
: } problems f" that seem insurmountable.As CREEK \

County School Superintendent H. P. Morgan \ *with >

pointed: out at Monday's meeting, Bradford's L : f'J

school population this term increased 179 over Walton I. Zack at

1957-58.. This- means, he said, six new class- WCJ. f ,',
: rooms, six more teachers, more bus transportation -

and other'services. Each new non-tax paying -

t family adds to the problem.? ;

"The.opinion.. was voiced at Monday's meeting I've seen so many fine strings
: that 'most fair-minded citizens would not object of fish in the last few days that :' i 4 ( Y 'r5kq 4 fr
it Is hard for me to stay on my
to paying taxes on j$500$ or $1,000 on their home .
job and not take off and
go my-
: in order to help provide better schools, better

recreation facilities, and other desirable advantages self.I've s s ,
traveled as far as 75 or 80
a for their. children and themselves. And miles from home and still had
somehow. Have faith enough in human natureto fish camp operators tell me that w / i Y
a ,!K> t .r
believe that this is right. the Bradford County anglers take dlta>
home more bass per trip than any HAWAH-Aloha Casserole (Shrimp and spinach casserole). To 2 cans condensed cream of musliroom: soup add
a The problem.is, of course, to find some way of others. Maybe we fish strictly mushrooms % cup grated Parmesan cheese* % tsp. dry mustard. Heat, then stir in 2 cups coolred shrimp.'
: raising assessments on non-taxpaying property from hunger in this county, and cooked spinach. Garnish with toasted coconut. Serves 6. This is really special served with the cod? crisp taste

without further business work .. .
burdening and rental really at it. -
R 1': ... : F ;
property that is already carrying all the traffic Johnny Hagan, Monk Vernon ;', rid 1 J .
will bear.The and Guy brought in a nice string r #" -II!
; .1
Had two bass go 9 Ibs. apiece and M.EX' 0. O .. .
...,.. .. ;t
belief is of
a course, that the additional valuation one slightly smaller, and a stringer J"'" / ".
picked up by i including property that is full of Crosby Lake specials. ...'..' t.1.1".' -' .. !.

now Vholly_exempt would enable the tax levy to Asked all four of them individually 1" ..,Af; "
b. reduced ,So that a lower :levy on the larger assessment where they caught them and 'T .... .
got a different answer each time. ;' i(
roll would bring in &
more money without It iirY !
So they must have all fished_indifferent .
putting an additional burden 'on:property that is j;
" : lakes and fI'6" '
met on the 1; a it ) /
alreadyheavily taxed. Taxpayers should have road home and put their fish on ..<< :NWM!
'" "
: some very definite'assurance, however, that the Vernon's stringer! :" !

levy will be reduced correspondingly when and if N. B. Rosier and W. D. Thomas r 'f 2r 1

asSessments are raised.It :report a nice catch of bass at the .
St. Johns River at Palatksu Had fI *' r tIk( .
is a complicated and troublesome problem two lunkers. > !
: and one that has no easy solution. It appears Most of the bass caught show II! .
: that our officials are approaching it in the right signs of bedding. The under side a. o '45A A "-

manner, however, by getting together, laying the of the tail will be red and some- \i" '

: cards on the table, and trying to work out a times raw where the sand has ', .z '
been fanned with the tail to clean .f .:
: formula that is mutually agreeable. Now that 4 "
the problem has been brought into the out the bed. The roe is1} in al- MEXICO-Chill con Carne Mexican (Chili beans tcifA corn). Mix 1 can chili SWEDEN-Smorgasbord Sandwich (Boiled beef satdwichl. On buttered
look forward to open, we most all cases fully develc+ped and con carne with 2 cups whole kernel corn, 1 cup water, sliced ripe olives. bread, put a slice of boiled beef, top with tomato slices, shredded horse-
some definite progress at the ready for laying. Red Alvarez and Alternate chili mixture with corn chips in greased casserole.Bake in 350 oven radish, pickle relish. Serve with sparkling ice-cold Coca-Cola. The cheerful

next joint meeting of all groups concerned.In Bernard Peel have been really active 30 min. Serve with Coke-the... delicious refreshment that brings out flavor! lift of Coke is so bright and lively, it makes the whole meal much more fun.
with their
the meanwhile )Ir. and Mrs. }
'give the matter some thought. Would you bewilling bringing 7 Ib.. 13 oz.in a bass 10 Ib.plus. 7 sev lb.,2 iral< oz.others and- Serve big i King Size Coke. lasts the whole meal through !

to pay your fair share for better schools which ordinarily \kjould be )
a and other advantages for yourself and family orare nice bass if I was not so con- --------------- --- 1

you going to hold out to the ,bitter end for iused,seeing so many bi K ones.I COOK'S CRUISE SHOPPING ;
"a free ride. ?" Even if the payment of a small lucked up on one in Banta Pe -
: which would weigh close (to 12 IDS.IT Aloha Cartarol. whole kernel com
amount of taxes on your home meant the sacri- ,
it had not been for I ripe olives
some skillful condensed cream of s
fice of an occasional fishing trip extra '
or an car-
boat handling by one Ray I mushroom soup com chips p
ton of cigarettes w uldn't the satisfaction of Stone I could not have: made it. sour cream cartons of Coca.CoIa I i iI j

a knowing )'ou-e helping to pay your way more Unlike most big bass [t this ,one mushrOOmS I dt t
than offset the loss? picked up the bait and ran intoa 1 Parmesan cheese y

heavy grass patch. We*had trou- dry mustard Smorgasbord Sandwich
.. ble and that is what r.1akes' the ., shrimp bread '
BRADFORD( COUNTY TELEGRAPH game interesting each;: situationis t sp inch! bo iled b ee f I 5+, i i / I I

*&*& !:ST.'i 187' P"J *" a little different thrhi another. J onucartons of Coca-Col. tomato v aE sl! '
1 F f1orseraSishI. : i
.' ; I wish to report two.j more anglers .. I
., FIORIDVS OLDEST WEEKLY XEW8PER who have changed! over from Chit con Came MexlcaD pickle relish

't (a I: '.,\ ri'BLISHED COMrXOrSLI casting tackle to spinning tackle chili con came cartons of Coc8-Cota REGULAR KING
Jt\fAP'\ -, Red Buford. and Eldjn"&p If Ii.--------------------J
.. '
5 Prhtiah.d. Thar.at'.d .,, lOU haven't 'tried la.i..a,115 C me coccwa- --r a araainla awa+.aa
: 'en. as s-.. Ciao !ratter oi-s? cf these
at ... P.... 1pUta .t St....... FI,... ,..iel detofZ1ar. a:1Sl.' outfits = BY STARKE BOTTLING
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r- I I na Pearce. Shirley Geary. Betty : found the trouble Wednesday

Home DemonstrationNotes Lee Crews Audrey Carlisle. Marguerite -I morning.

I 1 Out Clarke. Clarice Gill Elizabeth -

M Craig and Gloria Johns.
i ; > _
Of S. *
f ?
\ b7DOROTHY While BHS had no band 251 1 tr

: .1, 4 ROSS r. E' r. I ThePast years ago and no activities to,

","", : : Home Demonstration Agent I? compare with the district meet I
held here last week BHS girls

Have you ever made a pudding I In a serving dish put a layer cf I a represented the county at the

that wasn't a little "weepy"? vanilla wafers a layer of pine- ( State High School Music: Festival r

Then try this recipe and you'llbe apple and a layer of pudding. held in Tampa.

surprised at your success. It is Repeat until all the pudding is Bradford County Singing Convention Miss Marjorie Stump and Guil- -1 r

ubmitted by Mrs. S. C. Harley of used-about three layers of each. I ? : ; held its first meeting da Three entered as piano con II

Heilbronn. She made it for a cov- Crumble two vanille wafers real Sunday, March 11, 1934 at Long testants. The following membersof

ered dish luncheon recently and fine and sprinkle over the top for I 3ridge Church. The newly formed I the glee club also took part:

everyone enjoyed it so much that a garnish or use; meringue. t lorganization Invited singers from' Annie Laura Tucker. Rhoda Zie-
we thought you'd like to try it. Gladioli I fL Alachna, Baker and Duval coun- pler. Martha Powell. Dorothy

You may use; crushed pineapple or Those of you who enjoy grow- ., ties to attend and have a basket Sapp Lois Long Lois Adkins I

bananas. L'jg gladioli or who would like to ; f 1 k 0r i dinner on the grounds. Guilda Thede. Kitty Hogsed, Mar- Food For FreedomOnly

Pineapple PuddingThreefourths tha Brownlee. Lillian Sternberg.and .
: grow them will be interested in .
cup sugar, four the attractive new bulletin just : J Mildred Hundley Miss Marjorie insurance can repay your

tablespoons flour, one and one- off the press "Gladiolus." You Mothers who are presently Stump was acccmpanist. loses when t\fe\ destroy farm

half cups evaporated milk, one may have one by dropping by the i nursing their children through banding and their precious
I Food that in 1934"roseola" I
/ Course Held HereLeaders measles may recall
Tron/ng I
and one-half cups fresh milk and Home Demonstration Office in Probably a record for Starke in contents.: .\... jon adequately
was keeping many students -
two egg yolks. the court house annex, calling I BHS out of false fire alarms came one day covered with insurance! See
Mix sugar and flour together. WO-4-2865, or dropping a card toBox I in the County Home Pictured with Home Demonstration At right j is Alice Cromartie, extension even ,
ichool. Some of the teachers were in March of 1934 when seven a- us.
Add enough evaporated milk to 267, Starke. Demonstration Clubs foods proj- Agent, Miss Dorothy Ross, t nutritionist, Tallahassee,
mix well then add rest of eva- Flowers For Florida Homes ect are pictured at left receiving are Mrs. Dave Green of Brooker, .vho gave instruction in vegetable also victims, and it was termed a larms with no fire roused the volunteer -

instruction: in the foods training Mrs. Langston and Mrs. A. C.. cookery small; epidemic. department. Children
porated milk. Add fresh milk. We have a few more copies of : on a new electric range were Charley E. Johns
Whip egg yolks and add to mix- meeting held March 19 in the Eelche of the State Farm, Mrs. E. recently presented to the home t blamed for it until the last alarm

ture. Cook over medium heat until "Flowers for Florida Homes. It home demonstration office in the L. Cox, Starke, and Miss Enza demonstration office by Florida My, my what things you learn
at 1:30
came : Tuesday
m. on
mixture thickens, stirring constantly contains much helpful informa- county agricultural building. Blanchard Lawtey I Power & Light Co. i by reading old newspapers. We a.
morning but no children roamedthe
tion on annuals. This bulletin I have just discovered that T. C. DAgency

Drain a No. 2 can of nineapple. continues to be popular and is still available to you. Uazen Jr. used to pull his older streets at that hour in 1934.

Dewing sister's hair out. When he was a The real culprit was the limb cfa

baby, of course. I Starke Fla.
Junior 4-H Club girls [110-13 magnolia tree rubbing on the ,
years! all over the county are real !I wires. City electrician. R. F. Clark
ROBBINS' busy these days on their clothing The above item came from I Ij

project. They have been making j Senior Personalities of the BHS

I drawstring aprons peasant skirts, .Journal which,also gave thumb- LOCAL MANAGER FOR

blouses and hemming dish towels. lav nail sketches of James Purvis

WEEKEND SPECIALSFRIDAY This is the first experience in t X1'4 ease Hawn, Vera Gainey, Henry Tally

sewing for most of the girls but =PONCA. NEBRi Godwin Woodfin Haile Opal Glis-

they are having fun learning to I I san, Ellen Louise Jackson Kitty Jim Waiter Corp.
Wherein the busy happy days Cut in squares to serve. I
use a needle and to sew on the Everett Hogsed. Carolyn Inez
fly by. I look forward to the This is especially good to take
Hutto, and S. R. Johns.
AND SATURDAY ONLY machine. glorious days of Spring. 3 a covered dish to suppers. .c

Mrs. R. E. Lee and Mrs. John Easter is a quickening, a born- HELPFUL HINTS: One-half "World's Largest Home Builders"
Greene have taken a leader'scourse ng in the wood.I lemon juice in a teacup of warm Even 25 years ago people of
LADIES' how to teach to i other states were finding Brad-
mm on girls came across it suddenly and water before breakfast makes
use the sewing machine. They will wondered how I could one's stomach feel fresh all day for County attractive, for a sur-
be of much assistance to in and is mild '.ey of BHS students revealed that WILL BE IN STARKE
f? BERMUDA SHORTS. me Have thought the earth so desolate a laxative. When I
helping more girls as one personcan was painting and used the pail only 25.4 of the students were native -

help only so many people and From winter's discontent; the paint came in, I took a nailuid Floridians. The survey listed EACH THURSDAYAT
no more made holes all around the, six students born in Georgia, seven -
For here is color, fragrance
VALUE 1.98 I I in Illinois, five in S. Carolina,
129 1 Deadline bloom edge in that curve. The paint ran

Size 10.18 And bird song heaven sent. back down in the can from the I three in Tennessee even five from I
The last of
April close out California.
If 1
brush. As a mouth wash use baking I
Easter is a convenant, implicit STARKE
the 4-H Club year as far as school I HARDWARE CO.
from the startTranscendent i soda and water, one
meetings go. However, girls who teaspoon-I. A Girl Scout troop was organ-I
ful in of water.
a cup
love, truimphantfaith
CHILDREN'SBERMUDA haven't finished projects may !chicken has been in the freezer !ized in the county in the Springof 12:30 P.M. TO 6:00 P.M.
till do so. Girls must exhibit at i 1934 with Mrs. J. M. Darby asl I II
A garden in the heart. for some time, soak it in saltwater '
least one project in order to be I'I Captain and Miss Rosalind Jacobs e
: SHORTS. -Ethel A. Clarke I Ii to make it fresh.I .
eligible to to 6-11. and Miss Annie Mae Pearce
go camp July I I
i I have always loved Easter. Not 1 had such a nice letter from1one For Appointments Call
: Girls 14 years old as of last January I as lieutenants. The first activity
only because of the fact that of my former pupils Sadie I:
; 1 must exhibit at least two I I II f I tf the group was a hike to Kings- JACKSONVILLE EV 7-1141 Collector
.Jesus arose from the to Carter. She is married now and
Size 3-14 1.1 00 projects by the first wees in May grave ley Lake with supper cooked by
her name is Polk. She has two!
give us hope we too shall arise -
and have been in club work two after death and have life I children and lives in Jacksonville.It .r the girls over a campfire. STARKE WO 4-5311
;ears to be eligible for the annual a I The troop was divided into two
;hereafter, but for the fact that made me so happy to hear
short course: held in TallahasseeJune I ,patrols. Members of the first "If It's A Quality Home .
Spring is near and leaves soon from her. We used to be so happy .
813.Damages. : Frances Peek, leader Dot

Ladies'and Children'sTO Play Tops HighIn here appear the and crocus flowers often bloom.bloom when Out together time at marches Clay Hill on School.So and. my I were Bishop, Lillian Stump, :Carol It's A Jim Walter Home"

White, Elaine Edwards
i Pansy
AccidentsOn the ground is still frozen. I also dog Digger will be 12 years old .
Cone. Doshia Smith, and Margaret :
have red Emperor tulips that this April. He cannot see
1 1.00 HighwaysA bloom very early. Then I love the so well, but he can hear and smell Lowry. -
Members of the second patrol
daffodils. The wind blows and extra good. He is a happy dog andit
flurry of traffic accidents last ; were: Loraine Smith, leader; Ed-
is well for anyone to take a
tosses things about and opens
week resulted in injuries to three
persons and $3,000 estimated dam- I tne leaves and buds. Yes, my lesson from him. He manages to

LADIES' ages to four cars. :heart is gay-even at this early get around real well and has a lot

date to be thinking of the coming of spirit. He does not mind at all
Highway Patrolman :M. N, Sel- i .
to be blind.In
Pedal Pusher Set lers the
was investigating otticer
We have had quite a bit of 1946 I spent Easter with Ted
at the of
scene the three crashes.
and Charlie Johns in Starke. I so
snow. In fact we had 10 inches
-'I Sellers said Artnur W. Crolt received but the weather was not very enjoyed my visit and loved their

Size 10-18 2 .98'I' he hit the numerous back of abrasions a pickup truck alter, cold. It is not so bad when it is little daughter so much. She is

off really cold unless the wind blows. now a lovely young lady. They
t went the road and was thrown
from his 1956 Plymouth convertible. Then one has to wrap up warm.I have promised some day to come
out to see us. Wish you all could.
am writing this in the dining
The accident occurred Wed- '
LADIES' Hope you all had a lovely
nesday night on SR 100 about room. It is really pretty
clean. I got the cafe curtains Easter, and God bless you ever-
seven miles south of Starke. I
made and they are really color- cne. DENMARK'SFRIDAY
Bermuda Short SetSize Sellers said Croft was speeding: LOVEMOTHER
ful. The walls are a bone white --
up to pass a truck driven by Willie !
and the small rugs are white, so
Calvin Johnson when Johnson,
the curtains have red yellow --
10.182q98 began slowing down to make a and brown coffee green mills, WANTED Clean fittton Rag* J
J '
turn onto SR 18. Croft was treated -, Be
at Bradford clocks fruit, lamps and tea pots, No Pants, No Shirt, Must
County Hospitaland Clean. Bradford County Tele-
For a change they make me hap-
released. He was charged .
I to look at. era ph.XOTICK
with failure to have his vehicle py
LADIES' Altho I 13 older than AND
under control. Damage to his car am years OF U.GI"L\TIO\
when I came out here, I still get TO WHOM IT )1.\Y CONCERN
estimated The truck
at 5600.
was I
Summer was not damaged.At up in the morning feeling so hap- Kotire apply is to hereby the 1959 given:; Session of intentionto of the
Handbags 100Men's 1 py. I sing as I get breakfast and Florida Legislature for passage of

3:20 p.m. Thursday, Patrol-'love! eating with my good Don. an art amending th. PYadford SATURDAYONLY _
county zoning act Chapter 57-1134.
man Sellers investigated an accI-
Lfe has never gotten stale and I Laws of 1957! ; redefining the purpose -
Alligator' Boys' Alligator dent on U S 301, just. north of always have so many things plan- of said act; providing for division .
Starke city limits. He said a 1VM of the county except for municipalities -
ned to do that I can hardly wait providing for zoning
Volkswagen, driven by Mathew for day.SCALLOPED. regulations.:
Knit Shirts Knit Shirts Prahasky of Great Neck. N. X., CHICKEN rated April 3. 1959.!
skidded 108 feet into the back Of Signed: Charles A. Parby
makes about 12 servings. Clerk Circuit Court.
a 1956 Lincoln that was waiting It 4-9
Cook a three and a half or
1 lor a school bus to unload. four pound chicken until it comes E;

air b Prahasky received a cut across easily from the bone. Then cut it N (t., ONLY

the bridge of his nose and seven up in smaller pieces, cutting i % .

stitches taken inside his left eye crosswise the meat. You should WILLIAMS

lid. His wife Helen was treatedfor have about four measuring cups I

lacerations of the scalp. of broth. JEWELRYWATCHES 95

I Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. When broth has cooled some

... Hawkes Ontario, Canda were not add three beaten eggs.
'" injured. Patrolman Sellers estimated DIAMONDS I .X
;. Cube six slices of white bakers'
$600 damage to their Lincoln bread. Stir bread into broth and REPAIRS t *
VALUE 1.98 A REAL BUY and $600 to the Pra-
in chicken cut }
egg mixture; stir All Work GuaranteedA. t.,
hasky vehicle.On up. If the chicken was not fat adda

Friday morning, Prahasky piece of butter. Williams
129Small 1.00 pleaded guilty to a charge of Grease a glass pan 8 by 15j 142 W Call St. tyacvy't ,
failure to have his vehicle under
Pour in this mixture and top with 1 Starke Fla.
'v'e'al M tt'M aq s.
and fined $35
control Judge
I was by crushed cornflakes. Bake at 325 W
Med. LargeBoys' T. A. Yawn. Formerly Roberts Jewelry
Med. Large Small -
degrees for 50 minutes. When r
Charles Emory Cross, son ot I INow's Definitely A
t I done, a knife will come out clean. .x .
State Senator J. Emory Cross ol
Denmark DeLuxe
Gainesville, drove into the back of

I a parked truck on SR 100 at 9:30
The Time To Deal .
in- Apply
Ivy League t Sunday night. There were no

C juries, but Patrolman Sellers estimated -
damage to the 1959 Buick

', PANTS drivenby Sellers said Cross James at 1200.Rose. Deich- OIL SPRAYSTO J-Pc. Dinette Group i Ir' $79.95

er, Temu, was forced to stop his
I Flap Pockets Size 6-16 stake body truck in the road after

all the truck's lights went out.
Black and Tan Only SHRUBBERYFOR
the dark-
1 Cross was unable to see

ened truck in time to prevent a

\ collision. 9-Pc. Dinette Group Ir' $129.95

1ROBBINS', .k Sellers said he listed mechanical FREE ESTIMATES

TJ TJi failure as the cause of the accident -

and made no charges. CALL WO 4-3965 FREE DELIVERY 'It's A Fact You Can FREE DELIVERYDo

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apply to the 1959; Session of the i
Florida Legislature for passage of II
an act relating to the health department l 1
i of Bradford County; providing AND CHEMICAL CO.
k for countywide inspection of OF ffB STARKE
s-.ptic tanks and registration there-

i I liThe Store of Values" ofDated Signed: April: Charles 3. 1955.A. Darby 224 N. Temple Are. Starke, Fla. 434 446 West Call St. Phone WCT4-4321 Starke, FloridaTHURSD.II'

Clerk Circuit Court.
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I Little Women Lawtey TeenagersTo t,I Administratrix of the KMate of
May we take this method ot]. Ira r $htt ph.Td. dra.!'fd
To Hear Program Have Dance Hotli 1'. Knisht. Stark-. Florid.1t"rn..y .,
I I Old thanking our neighbors and friends'II. .\ Administratrix..
On _. Saturday Night I I! 4-' It 4-30
'College Prep.The I i for their kind expressions of sympathy -;I

Little Women's Club will A teen age dance will be held.: in our bereavement. These I

ueet Monday: evening at 7:3U:!.I Records on the Lawtey Strawberry Platform -I I i i kindnesses nave oeen deeply ap-!i! 7 4TH c CONSECUTIVE DIVIDEND

,'clock at the club house. The Saturday night, April 11 as:: preciated..Mrs.. .Nelma Keen and

Gladys Mooty jrogram, "College Prep. will ben I Recall part of a recreation program lor familv. i I
L.- '_'_'_H. _...... -4. _...._. .., -,_._, --- charge of Miss Barbara Bates I Ihairman. I young people of this area. !
!. The < ....,. JadsrV ('..rl Of
Junior ClubMembers i Two Hostesses Hostesses will oe Misses Mara Recent dances held otner Saturday Bradford C...,?. KUrida t tI I MUTUAL, INC.
nights hare been well attended .
I CourtHouse In rro.ate11s
Betty Jean SchmItt. Linda 1 I I!
Hear : Honor Recent Bride ayne with about 175 last Saturday. KK: Kstate of IK A P. This taarterty<< dividend d
Sale, Martha Weldon and ; ( UEP.I
iay: 4 Councilman Edward Massey has I II EIii' ire "ad. Q* per chare is payable oaP
Talk On Brazil i At Afternoon TeaMrs. :Woodburn.. been in charge with several par- \OTIfK TO .CKKIHTOH t I ; April 16,1959 to shaft*
The club will hold its spring I I I All p T!w'n> hating laim !' i-r demand bolder*record as of Malta
-IL ents as assistants. '
again the
estate of Ira P.
:Miss Norma Sweeney mission- Sarah Hunter and Mrs. N. tpmi-formal dance Saturday eve- i ''''Dh..rd. tWca..."l. air h.r.-l.y notififd 3t,1959.
ary to Brazil was guest speaker S. Dankel entertained at a lovelytea :ting at 8 o'clock at the club house w .and. required, ., to file their ..1l FiU..A.4 CliA rtr
Mrs. Hall NamedTo r.f the (', ,
at the Junior Woman's Club Sunday afternocn at the homeof "or members ana their dates. Fire Judge of Bradford County '..nnn-I _
house Mon- the latter W. Madison street in the County Court Itl ...
Meeting in the club on i' erg, Welfare Board >u. attark I 1.V. BALDWIN
day night. Miss Sweeney showed honoring Mrs. Robert Taylor Jr. t r 1 > J.1..rl Mrs. Mtmdy HostessTo : months from I
the date -f thr j Phone WO 9-1014
Sides: of places in Brazil where (\f Ocala, a recent bride.A By Gov. Collins :,, f.rst publication t.f this iw>tii-.-. orthe I
she has lived and worked. mostly' pink and white color motif UDC Members I lame will bettime void a.'O'rclinlt Starke. Fla.
Mrs. Marguerite Hall of Starke t" law Thin April ;3 I95S: !
with small children. In an interesting was carried out in the arrangements I, First publication April !. l!I9 I
manner, she described the of gladioli, reses and mums Mrs.: W. B. :Mundy and Mrs. was appointed last week by Gov.

customs and ways of life of the placed at vantage points throughout Ruby Johns were. hostesses to the LeRoy Collins to Ute \\eltare,

Brazilians. At the conclusion cf the party rooms. The dining W. T. Weeks 'Chapter, UD.C.. at Board, District 5, Bradford Coun-i!
her talk Miss Sweeney displayed room table was overlaid with a the Mundy home on North ty.
Assessor Supervisor Crosby
Clerk Darby, Long I
curios and souvenirs from Brazil. imported lace cloth and centered Church St. Wednesday- afternoon. i, Mrs. Hall who resigned from I,

New members, for whom a din- with an arrangement of the same April 1. During the business! By Walt Robshaw Starke had a majority of 461' the Bradford County Horary
ner will be held at the May meeting blossoms. The punch table was meeting, presided over by Mrs. I votes in the election and the ,
Board to take the welfare post.i
are Miss Virginia Raysor. alsc overlaid with a beautiful lace Mattie Gahagan a report on the In 1876 the total assessed valuetf county offices were moved here .
succeeds J. E. Wall Jr., wno is
Mrs. S. P. Rowe. Mrs. Lola Gar- cloth and placed at one end wasa District II Convention held in property in Bradford County for the first time in late February moving out of town. ]
bett Miss Linda Johns. Mrs. Har- large crjstal punch bowl surrounded .Jacksonville March 5 was givenby :vas $604,247 and taxes collectedwere so the 1876 tax roll must \ 1Ai21
'ow Trescott, Mrs. Bill Byrd, and by white gladioli florets. the delegates, Mrs. L. A. Davis only $11,830. have been the first one made upn Gov. Collins named Miss Florence I I I

Mrs. Stan Staneff. I i I Silver trays held dainty cakes. Mrs. E. K. Perryman, and Mrs. L. Gene Long, present assessor .: the cld courthouse on the second Jennings of Starke to take :i I II

Members received cards on nuts and mints. A* either end of G. Powell. It was announced found these figures as he mulled story of the building that Irs. Halls place on the Library I w'c) I
whkh to reccrd the dates of polio the buffet were three-branch crystal hat Confederate Memorial Day over the records of Joseph S. row houses Canova Pharmacy.In Board.
shots received by each memberof candle holders with burning services; will be held April 26. Howell his predecessor by 83 1878 the courts declared the
their family. and 100 per cent pink tapers. Mrs. E. K. Ferryman historian )ears. first election illegal and ordered I -' _l Il 1 tI .,

participation in this project is Mrs. Hunter greeted guests at 1 presented a program on the Con- "If he followed the directions another held. Lake Butler had a u
urged. the door and standing in the receiving -! federated States Marine Corps.' printed on the cover Mr. Howell slim marjority of nine ballots this DJBICTARKE I '
Mrs. Stanley Noegel is chair- line were Mrs. Taylor Jr. Historical material on this subjectwas assessed all real property at its time and back went the records I

man of tickets for the variety I Mrs. J. R. Taylor Sr. of Starke read by Mrs. Herbert Thomas.A full cash value according to his and cffrces to that town. In 1887 FL-:. (4Mt1 tx to 1EATUfiES Yu ,I 1N 54
show and each member will be and Mrs. Dankel.Assisting social hour followed with refreshments -,own judgment" says Long with a Starke regained its lost honors'

mailed tickets to sell for this i i the hostesses in serv- served by the host-t grin.The and held on to them in a fourth Fri Sat. April 10, 11 "Gosh! Now that he sees how nice his house is after Ii
event which will be held April ing were Misses Judy Dankel and esses. I 1876 tax roll is one of three I I and final election which was heldin Starke Builders Supplies. Inc put abseslos siding on it J
24-25 at the Starke Elementary A Nice Little Bank
Sylvia Paulk. The next meeting will be held I old record books recently discov- 1889. "
School Cafetorium at 8 I he couldn't want to sell it!
p. -
The hcnoree was presented with May 6 at the home of Mrs. O. L. ;' ered in the office of Charles Dar- The present courthouse was That Should Be
An April shower motif was carried -
a silver tray from her hostesses as Haynes Sr with Mrs. L, D. Vin- : by, clerk of the circuit court. Also built in 1902> to honor an agree- i
out by the hostesses at this a memento of the occasion. ing as co-hostess. found was the 1879 census roll ment that the winner of the 1889 Robbed
meeting. Mrs. J. D. Warren was Approximately 40 guests called and the 1873 tax roll. election would build a new buildIng 3liekey Kooney. Tom Ewell NO MONEY DOWN ;
chairman and was assisted by I
during the tea hours, 3 to 4:30: Long hasn't made any computations in its town to house the coun-
Birthday Party JOE DAKOTAJack
Miss Sylvia Paulk, Miss Judy I o'clock. on the older of the two ty offices. ,
Dankel. Mrs. Leonard Noegel. For Jennie LeeA tax records which has at least The long feud between the two Mahoney, Luana Patten

Mrs. Glen Conner and Mrs. J. W. Brownie NoticeThe one page missing and lacks the towns was finally settled to the Phi. Serial and Cartoon for Kid jr Repair >
Strickland. pink color motif was attractively totals sheet that is found in the satisfaction of both sides when

carried out in the decorations : 1876 record.It the county was divided by legislative SUN., MON.. TUES.
, Beta Sigma Phi Brownie Scouts are reminded -
to bring their cookie money for the birthday party by is a small miracle that thebattle I action in 1921. Lake Butler April 12, 13, 14 Add Rooms --- Carport --- .

Beta Sigma Phi sorority is having -, to the Scout meeting Friday Mrs. J. A. Lee on Monday afternoon scarred old bock exists at 'got its wish to be a county seat God's Little Acre s
a dinner Monday evening at i afternoon at 3:30: o'clock at the for her daughter Jennie I all because it must have somehow once more when the western half Bath Room ;
7 o'clock at the home of -Mrs. Ned home of the leader Mrs. J, D. who was two years old. I gone through the fire that cf Bradford County was sliced off Robert Ryan, Aldo Ray

Yancey honoring their rushees. I Warren. The party was held on the burned the county courthouse in at the New River line to form I Quin cannon (INCLUDING SEPTIC TANK AND FIX ;
1875 when the county seat was Union County.In :
ratio of the Lee home at 727 TURES)
SPECiAv located in Lake Butler. checking over the old tax Frontier Scout
SPRING Cypress Street which was gayly Re-roof
There is record of the Time To
no a- records Gene Long made a comparison PIllS Cartoon .
decorated with balloons. The refreshment aiount of damage the fire caused with the 1958 tax roll. He s

table carried out the but a notation in Book "A" of found that the present assessed Wed. Thur. April 15 16
a color motif and the
J county deeds indicates that the value of over 104 million dollarsis STARKE BUILDERS !
iced cake centered' I
birthday was official county seal might have about 1712 times as much as Bury The LivingRichard
with a small pink doll. Individual t
-y been burned or lost as a result of it was in 1876, and $299.000 in Boone
; of r ctp cakes and ice cream were the blaze: taxes is due this comparedwith
_it I LOW COSI f served. The 20 youngsters were i "Witness Whereof I have set my I the $11,830 year that as was collected The Space ChildrenMichel SUPPLIES INC.
given suckers and balloons as
Ray Adam \Vffliams
hand and private seal their bt'ingI in that long ago year. The
4 favors. 'I'no seal of Court this the llth growth is even more remarkable Plus Cartoon STARKE FLA.
Mrs. Lee was assisted by Miss day of March A. D 1875. hen it is remembered that the AT S.A.L. DEPOT .5IT'S .

ItUViUll1I! Kate Struth Mrs. J. M. Vickers I' Bent E. Tucker J876 figures also included the area
1ATID BEST and Mrs. N. S. Dankel. Clerk." that is now Union County.A t .-
.:. W 21' TV tentd br It would be hard to place any lock at the Telegraph's May T -= ---J

SAVE NOWNEW tiling leading laboratory independent First Baptist WMU I blame for the fire, but it doesseem 3. 1957 issue honoring the centennial -
like a very lucky coincidencethat celebration of Starke shows
1359 Handcuffed Quality 1 Meets For Luncheon I it should occur just at the.. the assessed value of property at

i lime Starke wanted so badly to that time to have been $8.912.329as
The WMU of the First
Baptist ;!
have the courthouse moved away I
compared to the present $10.-
I .t Church met at noon Tuesday for frcm Lake Butler.
716.944.It .
!' the monthly luncheon business.1' On Feb. 19, only a few days, has evidently been a prosperous -
and program meeting. During the after the fire the County Com-
TV year and a half that passed UNLAWFULFor
business session. presided over by
missioners finally completedtheir
I between these dates. almost
EXTRA FEATURES : Mrs. J. E. Hfldebran. president
count of votes cast on I
n swims a two million dollar increase in
"Service Saver"Horizontal Chat- FORIAST V1IWINGTHI the society voted to send J25: tol I Jan. 18 to settle the controversythat valuation on property that is today -
Dial Zenith Sun- the Braille Evangel at Fort
sis Spotlit raged for possession of the owned by 3.520 Bradford
thin picture tub Full power ALCOTT-M d.l Clllf Worth, Texas for aid of the blInd'l county seat.Bradford County freeholders.
on/off 21 diag. meas. 262 sq. Mrs. M. F. Hazen
transformer Pull push ;

tone stable control pictures. "Fringe lock" for inches area.maroon Available rectangular colors. in ebony picture or Annie 5286.45.Mrs. Armstrong offering as WSCS Circle Four I Any Person or Persons to Engage in

L. D. Haines presented the Circle 4 of the First Methodist I
( $
cA/uAcZt&io4. .199.95 program on 'The Song of ore WSCS will meet Tuesday. Apr. Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless
Lord Begun"-ana was assisted ay 14, at 8 p.m. in Fellowship Hall
Mrs. F. B. Beard Mrs. J. A. Grif
with Mrs. Eston Jordan and Mrs
WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICEPHONE I fin Mrs. :M.: F. Lang Mrs. N. !:S. Carl Lamar Johns as hostesses.

Rosier and Mrs. O. A. Wiggins. The Name Is RegisteredRead

WO 4-4081 231 N. TEMPLE AVE. County Hospital an- Madison Street WMUCircle
St. Mark's Women nounces the following births:
Mr. and Mrs. James Gaboanli of 2 of.the Madison Street
I Elect DelegatesThe Melrose, a daughter, Kathleen WMU will meet Tuesday. Apr. 14,

Apr. 3. at T:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs This Florida Law"It
Women of St. Mark's Episcopal -
PIECE LIVI'NQROOM Church met in the Parish ]! Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Higginbotham -I J. F. Jaudon. 310 W. Lafayette St.
of Starke, a daughter Te- Circle 3 will meet the same day
House Monday at 12 noon for a 1 j. resa Mavoline Apr. 4. at 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Joe shall be unlawful for any person or persons as defined hereta, to
I 0 covered dish luncheon. Mrs. i
GROUP Gene ftoege was hostess. 1|i WOW NoticeThe Gray, 1011 W.-Butler Road. enrage in business as herein defined, under a fictitious name as herein defined

Mrs. W. H. Graham presided ,' Mr. and :Mrs. John P. Walkerof without and unless said fictitious nan.e shall be registered with the

ever the business meeting and regular meeting of the Murphreesboro Tenn. were clerk of the circuit court of the county where the principal place of business

Mrs. Edward Burns presented a WOW will be held Thursday, Apr. overnight guests Wednesday ofMr. is, with registration shall consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid an affidavit
program on the Vnited Thank !0. at 8 p.m. and Mrs. W. B. Sewell.l .
1-Sofa Bed1Platform Offering. The following delegates I. It signed by all interested persons, stating under oath the names of

were appointed to attend the District '; all those interested in the business enterprise, the extent of the interest

Rocker. (_ HI meeting in Perry on April'' of each, and the fictitious name under which said business is carried
8: Mrs. Herbert Thomas and Mrs.I
r,+ Mattie Gahagan. with Miss Clara:' on. Said registration may not be made until the person or persons desiring

1-TV Chair. Leaman and Mrs. Stanley tfoegel! to engage in business under a fictitious name shall have advertised his or

as alternates. x their intention to register said fictitious name at least once a week for four

1-Coffee Table I Girl Scouts Enjoy ((4)) consecutive weeks in some newspaper as defined by law in the county

SMALL DOWN UP TO $600CASH where said registration is to be made, and said registration shall not 1M
2-Step End Tables PAYMENT Overnight accepted by the clerk of the circuit court except upon receiving proof ei

members of the Girl : such publication. !

Scout Troop Two enjoyed an ,,
2-Table Lamps ,
NO CARRYING2Sofa overnight camping trip at JunI-

per Springs last Saturday night. .- FOR ALL WORTHY NEEDS I
Pillows CHARGES15495 The girls were accompanied by
Mrs. R. B. Cauffman, and Mrs.,

Lola Garbett. leaders and Mrs. CONSOLIDATE BILLS If you are engaged in business under any name

Freeman Register Jr. and Mrs.,
$ Robert Barksdale. TAXES REPAIRS

Madison St. Church MEDICAL CASH PURCHASES EXPENSES other than your own, and have not had this name

Youth Have SupperThe IMPROVEMENTSReduce

Young People of the Madi-*' Furniture Budget ,PaymentsOn Auto,. properly advertised and registered, we will heglad

son Street Baptist Church enjoy-. Appliances
ea a barbecue buffet sapper at the.:
parsonage last Friday evening to give you all necessary Information as to

We Give :lJ.ctJ${ Green Stamps Twenty-five affair.Recent. young folks attendedthe : PROMPT, EFFICIENT AND COURTEOUS SERVICE

Birth :< what you should do.

Mr. and Mrs. K. T. Duncan of STOP IN OR CALL TODAY :

West Point. Ga. announce the

HART FURNITURE CO birth of a son, James Theis Dun:

Lanier Memorial H spit,J. Long-j,
123 E. Call St. STARKE FLORIDA dale, Ala. Paternal grandparent4are .
Fla. WO
.. Ill.W. Call SI Slarke, Phone 4-9091. -
Mr. and Mrs. K. C.-Dmresn pf.
Starke. I -J

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TTCR51'i3Y. APRIL 9. 1959 -_ _ BRADFORD; COUNTY, 'lD.lGBAPH.-.STARKE.: FLORIDA __ r. -- ...

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Bbrr/es cf an auditorium. School superintendent -I '
i it. Go d-AftdBc; d Bring H. P. Morgan pointed oat ,I III drinking ILLS bwonr? a ; ro'ie,-n

Winners MOTOROLA $18,394 fn Week; that such walls would need a I! to ywo. you may \\ioJi to contact

strong foundation and would be 1'

x acr Mixed hlAuditCOltlnued Volume LightBradford too expensive at this time. Money The Mutual Group of Alcoholics

Of TV lor classrooms cannot be diverted -
Anonymous, which meets each
iN me NEWS County strawberry for other uses, Morgan added.

[ from Page 11) growers marketed 2,752 crates 'of j i i :Mrs. P. D. Fancher .)r. or the I Wednesday and Friday night atthe

(_. ________________ --------9- AndRadio penalties en people who failed to fruit,last week for a gross return]I State Farm spoke to the Board on I
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make returns of personal property cf $18.394. The price range was behalf cf parents of that area on |i iI i Keystone Heights Depotat

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Elrod Jr. i I Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Harding of other than household goods and from $5.50 to $8.50 per 24-pint I continuing their children as stu- | ;:30 p.m. For information rail

and C. W. Colson were at the Fcley Ala. spent the weekendith I personal effects. crate. I o'ents: in Bradford schools. She I I
I .
Robert Meyer Hotel In Jackson- !i* Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Harding. ." 'yC 7 The audit report said Long's I Movement for the first three!I ras tcld that the School Board Keystone S37S.;

ville over the weekend attending])! Mrs. T. B. Harding left Wed- I y 4 ,.-.;''t'Ph',, "tax rolls were well prepared depository -i days of this week was: j I had no plans at this time which I

the Council of Governors meeting i I.nesday for Atlanta to spend ten ,; collateral was adequate,I Monday 565 crates range $6 to j j I wculd prevent children from that i iI 4-9 ..at130

of the Lion's Club. ,days with her daughter. Miss .... I and records of income and expenSe -: $7. ,I,area I attending schools of this

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Coctello:; of)June Harding. .3' w-e-re accurate." I I Tuesday, 383 crates range $5.50 j I I county. I

Pratt street have moved to their: Misses Esther and Masel Benson' F. In giving Clerk Charles Darbyhis \to 750. i iI i Ir=CffJ

new home at 611 Pnewood Drive, were Monday afternoon visitorscf 1 second consecutive report of a I I Wednesday 417 crates $$6.50\
Saratoga Heights. their cousin Mrs. Harry Moo- .'f ; favoralbe nature the state auditors -' to $9.

ty while enroute from St. Pet- ..... said, "all collection of record i iI
Mr and :Mrs. Howard Salzman I
'. .J.: f accounted for fees j I Market Manager J. R. Wain-j
ersburg to their home in Burling- were charged -I jjA.J I
daughter. Lise of Washington ,Bright said yesterday that the j jI
ten, Ia.Mrs. appeared be adequate and
:: D. C. are spending two weeks A: heavy rains of April 1-2. variously
records were adequate and well I i ii
H. B. McLendon returned
Vh her mother,.Mrs. M. H. Col- I reported at from 1.65 to 2.5 inches
l-". to her home in Orlando Saturdayand kept. I
Jin i the ccunty, struck a crippling
was accompanied by her mother r1: Darby was audited for the per-!
M:. and Mrs. Logan Baldwin j tlow to the already hard-hit berry THURS.
Mrs. E. S. Matthews, who .iod from July 1, 1956: to May 31,'. FRI. -- APR. 16, 17
t..re in Macon and Atlanta, Ga. crop. He said a light volume ,
had spent several weeks here with 1958. '
C rr the weekend on business. Y .:'of berries would continue for the I
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Matthews.Mr. A0, > Audit of the records of the
Mrs.. W. G. Haile. Sr. under- next few weeks, but there would AMERICAN LANGUAGE VERSION
and Mrs. Earl L. Middle- 'Board of County Commissionerswas
went surgery Monday at Mercy !be: no more heavy volume.
ton of Melbourne were visiting Mrs. George T. Hoggins and Arthur Griffis with for the period from October i
Hospital in Miami. are pictured Brooker Market
hu, parents Dr. and Mrs. W. E. 1 1956 to Sept 30, 1958. Manager R.
Mr. P. S. Denmark entered the portable Motorola television and radio they won respectively 'A. Nettles said that curtailed BRIGITTE
IJ.ddletcn: over the weekend.
The report stated "Financial
Era? ird County Hospital last.... Word was received Monday eve- at the opening of Goldwire Servicenter last Friday afternoon. planting operations in that area ;,
conditions continued to improve.]I I
Thur -'y following! a stroke. ning from Melbourne that Mr. Standing in rear are (I-r) Gilbert Gildwire, Ed Bennett, serviceman Finances appeared to have 'been 1'[I have been almost completed and ,
Mr :and Mrs. George Bolden that
Middleton had suffered a heart and Ray Goldwire well handled in general. Budgets acreage would be extremely
awl righter of Jacksonvillewr short due to adverse weather
rttack and was in the hospital were well prepared and adheredto. con-
uniay visitors of Mr. and citions. All tobacco has been set, 't BARDOTas

M: ;-:. M. Smith there. I Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Grider Records were well kept"The and seems to be the best hope of
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Martinez
Re-evaluation auditors recommended that
..and Pam Parker visited Mr. and growers fcr a money crop this
-- the
weekend in
spent Tampa
\ the Board a fleet insurance
f Mrs. H. D. Harper in Nashville carry year, Nettles said.Wainwright '
with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pizzi.
its automotive
on eqUIp-
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Hines and Ga. on Sunday. ment policy instead of individual:,i. reported that ,
family and Gerry Beth Mooty Milton Dill and Robert Coffeeif Touchy SubjectContinued policies. The fleet policy could be I Ranting is still in progress in the as a keeper's daughter

FloridaTHEATRE Jacksonville were Sunday Starke Market area. Pepper
enjoyed a picnic lunch at the secured at a lower premium rate.
Jacksonville Zoo on Sunday.Lt. rotors of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Dill. [ from Page 11 The Board was criticized for age will be about normal, he said, who believes in dressing light!
Mrs. Donald McAdon of Mur- but sweet corn and other truck
Col. J. A. Griffin and Mjr. "paying without legal authority
freesboro Tenn. is spending two Supt. Morgan said that the crops will be light.
II. M. Hatcher Jr. were in Anniston one half of the cost of uniforms I
months with Mr. and Mrs. Harry schools gained 179 more pupils
Ala. from Saturday to Thurs- and one half the cost of auto THE GIRL IN TIEBIKINI{
Green. this which he said
day on business. year ;marking decals to the constable of BHS Nine Drops

Mrs. C. L. Scholl served as one Sheriff and Mrs. P. D. Reddish '. six more classrooms six District Number Eight.

of three judges in the Women's I and family and Mr. and Mrs. more teachers, more bus transpor- Commission Clerk Darby said Last Two GamesThe
more teachers, more bus transporsaid : -
Club book contest for the Robert Green and family spent
SAT. APRIL 11 year I the Board knew it had no author-
Juniors of the Florida Federa- the weekend at Cedar Key. They that continuec growth of ity to do this, but felt that emer- BHS nine dropped a tight

GUNMAN tion of Women's Club on Wednes- were joined on Sunday afternoonby the county will augment the problem gency measures were called for rame to Green Cove Springs last

day in Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. Dolph Reddish l since each new family usually after several letters of complaintwere Iriday when Clay High relief
Mrs. Y. A. Harris of Gainesvilleand and family and Jimmy Reddish adds to the school popula- sent the Board (because COn- pitcher Bobby Hart cracked a

Jana Da1 and Robert Knapp, Mrs. Charles Stevenson of I Mrs. J. M. Lott of Jacksonville ticn and pays no ad valorem tax stable Felix M. SulliVan was not double in the 7th inning to

Sebastian were weekend guests I'and Mrs. Nassie Paulk of Ocilla if they own their home. I earing a uniform and was using live his team a 9-8 victory.
Lex Mr. i Ga. spent Monday to Wednesdaywith Tax Assessor Gene Long, who Bradford's
of Mr. and Mrs. Green an unmarked pickup truck to run pitcher Armond

NO PLACE and Mrs. G. J. McGriff Sr., and I Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Dill. was called into the meeting after down traffic vrolators. Rivers struck out 11, walked
I the had discussedthe An Atlantis Films Inc. UeleaseYou'll
two boards
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Speer. I Confined this week with measles! j I The report showed the county three, ahd gave up six hits. The ,

TO LANDJohn Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Broun of ''are Vicki Barksdale Dale Mabry, ( matter for some time, said to have a cash balance of $24-, locals scored 8 runs on 4 hits had

Wedgefield S. C. were visiting ;Nancy Struth, Michael Futch.i I[I that an overall revaluation of" 350.89, but said that over estimation 5 walks and 6 strikeouts.Bradford's .
Ireland and Mari Blanchard of than
in the could not
property county see more Brigitte
Rev. and Mrs. L. D. Haines sev- I Jan Ritch Melody Cuttino Bob-i I of income from forfeitures leading hitter was I

Pin "Robin Hood l Daffy" Cartoon eral days last week. by Sheppard, Gayle Hatcher Ran !be done by one man and that I I and fines had left the Board unable Calvin Pace with two doubles in I

I dy Bennett Catherine and Deb| it would necessitate bringing in to pay Sheriffs requisitions three times at bat. Other hits I ever before!

Sun., Mon. April 12, 13 orah Lewis, and Cheryl Derkman.I outside help. Bishop suggestedthat l amounting to $15,085.90. The were by W. H. Johns and Rivers
the Commission might try
Bill Rosier Jennifer Linda and Sheriff borrowed this money from with one each.

The Remarkable Dale Haas have the chicken pox! to provide funds for this to be'a bank and the amount was outstanding Tuesday afternoon on the home The original music from the "BIKINI" sound track now

Gulf LifeADAPT and Stephen Tilley has mumps. acne and expressed belief that it( against the county at field Bradford lost 12-2 to Lake j available! on Popular Records at lour favorite music
would benefit tax-
Kenneth Tyus and Miss Nancy me ccunty I the close of the audit period. City with the losing pitcher W. I store.
vise to have this done.
Mr 'APLAN Stesrart of Florida-Southern Col- I I The county's largest single ini H. Johns relieved in the 5th inning 'I
said he
PennypackerWith lege spent the weekend with Mr. Bishop i come for fiscal 1958 was $90,676.- by Tom Stalling. ;> --
believed the County
and Mrs. H. K. Tvus.J. '90 from taxes, and the second largest BHS scored 2 runs on 3 hits and !

Clifton Wt'hb. Dorothy Me- Fits your E. Wall, Jr.. who is workingfor rnd the School Board should go J i amount was- $62,400 from made 3 errcrs. Lake City got 12 ,
St.I I on record as favoring higher assessments I _
Gulre, Charles C+ihurn, Jill errors.I .' .
Mcbile Homes in Savannah I racing monies distributed by the runs on 9 hits, with 3 -- -'- -9 '\
John and Ron changingneeds in the county, with "." ; .&. .
Ely Ga., was home for the weekend. some kind of control placed on i state. Bradford's runs were scored by J'rL"----S-: >r ..a-........_.4fll'JJ .,. .
Plus "Blind Date" Cartoon Miss Joyce Mauerof Gaines- millage. If assessments could be The largest expenditure wad Jimmy: Cox and Lane Clark who !. J

ville was a weekend guest of Mr. raised and millage lowered it I' $80,548.37 for' Kghways, followed Got ,on base via walks and scoredon .l/lJb. .:-

Tues., Wed. April 14, 15 and Mrs. Riley Wasdin. would not hurt those already pay-:, by 70096.92 for law enforcement. errors. 'II -t:' ..
The Bradford County Hospital Outstanding for Bradford were
Mrs. Barney McRae underwent
ing high taxes, but would benefitthe
( Corporation was reported to be Benny Williams who relieved Injured -
in the Riverside :
ROAD RACERSWith surgery Hospital county by spreading the load
"in financial condition." The Catcher Calvin Pace in
i good
Thursday.Mr. and making a majority of homeowners
With mortgage pay- and Mrs. Gene Fogg of pay a small amount on report also said the Hospital's bUS-,. the first inning and caught the MOTOROLA TABLE MODEL TV
Skip Ward and Alan Ilinp- iness affairs were efficiently rest cf the game-his first time
insured the ex- :Jacksonville
ments were weekend guests that part of their valuation in
hart Jr. I handled. in this position: and Lane Clark
of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sale. excess of the $5,000 exemption,
AXDDaddy clusive Adapt-A-Plan Mr and Mrs Uoyle: C. Jones'!he said. :, The Board of Public Instruction 10th grader, who played a good --. ,- '.:;.

way your family can ol Tampa were weekend guests of also received a favorable report. game ac 3rd base.
: No one came up with a sugges- The auditors said, "The financial Bradford's next three games areaway i 77
:Mr. and Mrs. Elton Smith.
0 jemain secure at home Miss Edith Lang of Titusville tion as to how a ceiling could be 'condition was good. Finances in from home: f r'OAa\1 !, I 177CIt6.
placed on millage however, except -
10 Santa Fe. there \
for sure. Pa. was visiting Mrs. M. H. Lang t I general were carefully': managedand Friday. Apr. ; !,/ ;
With Dick Contitw and Sandra last week. by a "gentleman's agreement" expenditures were held within Tuesday. Apr. 14, P. K. Yonge, PICTURE TUBE I
from the board which
Giles Mrs. Carrie Ritch of Starke and the resources. Records were there: 1.
Cartoon son N. T. Ritch of Hialeah, left would not be binding on future A. J. 'well kept"Criticism Friday Apr. 17, Lake City, \ 263 sa. IN : 'I' rl WITH
boards. County Attorney
Sunday for was leveled at the there. + VIEWING AREA r ;
Boston Mass where
Plus "Emperor's New Clothes"Thors. GulfILife Mr. Ritch is going through the Thomas was advised to look into Schooi Board for not keeping ade- :Text; home game will be Tuesday ; ; : v
., Fri. Apr. 16, 17 Dr. Joslin Clinic this week. the matter. I'quate property records. Last year'sreport Apr. 21, with P. K. Yonge'i I .. .. /
School Board members left at ,
at 3:45 m.School. '- y -
the Board for not p.
Mrs. L. rapped _
O. Thompson of Okla- ...- A--V'-- : -: :..... -
11 o'clock, due to previously. ;:;.. : :, :
The Girl In The homa City Okla. spent several keeping proper inventories on
rheduled matters with no definite -
days last week with her sister I movable property. BidsReceived
Mrs. W. H. Holland at the homeof conclusion being reached.'I Constable Felix M. Sullivan. FULL YEAR GUARANTEE;; PARTS AND PICTURE

BIKINIwith The matter will come up for fur- District Eight, was under fire for TUBE
Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Peek Jr. ButNot
A INSURANCE Rev. R. E. MacBlain Mrs. W.! ther discussion next Monday. I II I I not keeping records of income and -,' -

V COMPANY H. Graham Mrs. Herbert Thomas I expenditures as required by Sec-

Mrs. Mattie Gahagan and Miss 'God's Little Acre'Booked ton! 219.06 of Florida Statutes.He AwardedThe FEBDERS
reported $7.50 income for the m CONDITIONER
Brigitte Bardot Clara Leaman were in Perry on At Park only bid award made at the t
and the audit showed $17.15
W. H. HAND, SuperintendentBox Wednesday attending the Epis- j year Monday morning School Board '

Plus. "That's My Pup" Cartoon 308 Phone WO 4-4723 copal Church district meeting. Robert Ryan and Waldo Ray I income.The report showed that Sullivan meeting was for 198 new audi- [ 1 HP Cooling Reg. 295.95
--- Starke, Fla Mr. and Mrs. Ben Mizell and share top starring honors in torium seats for Brooker elementary -
cad a net income of $138 during
family were in Jacksonville on "God's Little Acre," film adap- at $9.25 per seat. It went to .
: the first 11 months of 1958. It
Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs.I tation of the Erskine Caldwell: I Universal Seat Co. I t
noted that, "Income was tabulated -
Louis Peeler. novel showing Sunday througn Other bids on equipment, wiring .aG'' r
AD-2 Ed Hicks is on three I II Tuesday at the Park Theatre. from the Constable's cost bills I I and mill work for the BHS I II ;

:weeks duty in Puerto Rico. I II Ryan plays the most off-beat to the county, and expenses" were I science rooms rewiring and relighting p ri"U rF

Huge SAVINGS -Cash DISCOUNTS! I I Jeff Paulk of Willacoochee Ga. :role of his career as Ty-Ty Wal-''I 1(I accepted Justice of byv-the the Peace Constable.F. C. Hodges at Hampton, and tilingof t S

is spending several days this week den, the crude Georgia farmer j I and Constable J. L. Silcox, rest room floors at Brooker

L Rah the Dave Paulks. I who has spent 15 years digging and Hampton were opened but no .
both of District One, were inactive
L S-Sgt. Arthur Winkler arrived' innumerable holes on his prop- I
Builders' during the audit period and no report awards .
Big Spring Special I hcme Tuesday from four months' erty! in search of gold. was made on them.Sales I! Some contracts may be awarded -

;schooling in Denver, Colo. He i'i i Ray is seen as Will Thompson r at a called meeting next-Mon

1# reports back to Moody AFB Valdosta -,ily-Ty's son-in-law who dreams !day. Bids must first be checked

Ga. on Friday. .I of reopening the mill that closedown j jI Tax Increase I bv school architects Sanford and
FIBER GLASS INSULATION Miss Merry Winkler visited Mr. I 1 I : during the depression putting Noted In CountyA Goin.

and Mrs Gordan Ray Ambrose!i I him and his fellow townsmen I i Bids on rewiring and relighting I

15 Ib. and 30 Ib. Felt in Jacksonville on Sunday and I! out of work. ,monthly report released by cf Hampton School two sub-

attended the water show on the 1 I Buddy Hackett, the nightclub\ State Comptroller Ray E. Green mitted by local contractors, varied

St. Johns River. I!and television comedian, has .his shows Bradford County's collec-I I from $4,200 to over 10000. Low

3-HOLE COMMON BRICK Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Johns and'I!first dramatic role in this film, tions of gasoline tax and sales taxis bid on wiring of the science

family moved to their Crystal I I while feminine support comes March to be, well above the rooms was $2,800.Equipment SPECIAL 21995

.... 100 LB. STEEP ASPHALT Lake home on Wednesday. I IJ i I from Tina Louise, Fay Spain and same month last year. The stateas for the science

Fi Helen Westcott. whole .had higher collections rooms included instructor's desk .

1 fo..trhe. present year., student tables and an aquarium. ,

USE The perfect tribute toa l 1 Bradford. took in $99,254.82.last Bids ranged frcm $8.596 to $10- I' ,-

month as compared to 90073.11 734 with the aquarium -.being REPAIRSERVICE

J&J'sMODERNIZATION cherished memory in March 1958. but there :was a quoted from $50.35 to $162. j

1 'noticeable drop from the ,February Millwork bids on science rooms]I I

Every funeral that we con 1959 total when $111,621.27came also ranged widely from ,$ ,J991

PLAN duct is a source of sustaining in.Bradford.L to 14000. Alternate bids which 1
iTtIrT solace and sold 544,491 gallons of would build some equipment suchas
spiritual inspira- C.LJ.0 4-4975
gas in March 1959 and took, in desks and tables were also t .
Easy Financing tion to the family.
i I $38,114.37 in gasoline taxes. This submitted and the Board and I

almost $2,000 than the will decide which to I
was more architect
NO DRNPA1) Hundreds of details are managed and economically -
corresponding figure a year
attended to that trained and careful agor take.Wcrk GoldvireSERVICENTER
only a The: county's share of this ..taxlcney cannot start on these
F.H-\. Title 1 Loans or organization can perform when the urgent need totals 1743620. This is projects until the end of the

_ABC Plan Loan for serving is at hand.DeWITT from'all of the fifth and sixth present !school term but must also

301 E. Call St. -- Starke, Fla cents and 20 per cent of the seventh be finished by the beginning of

C. JONES cents of gasoline taxes. the fall term.Representatives.

e'r FUNERAL DIRECTOR AMBULANCE SERVICE > The Comptroller's report saidGales from RJE I

.collections. for the state asked help of the Board in construction -
PHONES. :- WO. 4-2600 WO 4"-2610 during 1959 are up 8.47 per cent of a cement block wall
J& J We furnish the highest type>> service at lowest prices, and accept I
tram last year. and gasoline tax to replace the tin fence now surrounding -I
1.sure wish I had a ooiKpicU BUILDING SUPPLIESQUALITY ANY life Insurance policy in force,_issued by_ANY company, aa receipts are up 6.35 per cent. This the basketbaD court.j IN

payment in.part or In fun on funeral services. Consultation cf improVe- .
is taken, as a sign This group has been attemptingtc
& SERVICE 332 W. MADISON PH. WO 4-4975
'. .- tne.sJ1lUtblinUo. ment in the state's economy after uild. a wall which! could .at I --
j last winter's slump. some future lime be used as VaUs J I


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Lawtey CounciJ BHS Trackmen 'teams for the older boys also. I I..

Backs ProgramOf fJ VL An adult tennis club (including

RecreationA I Place SecondIn high school juniors and seniors i; %WHY PAY RENT?

i is being organized with the first

rreeting scheduled for this Thurs-

fish fry to get adults and 3-Way Meet C : day night. WILL BUILD HOME

V young people together to discuss Bradford thinclads scored a total I : The softball league is still in ON YOUR LOT

recreation for this area was I I of 81 points for second placein the formative stage, Benner said,
rlanned by Lawtey City Councilat c a triangular track meet at id 4 I and future plans also include an'! No Down Payment -

its Monday night meeting.! I Ocala Tuesday: afternoon. Ocala i adult square dance program anda I TONEY HOME BUILDERS

took first place with a total of summer program of tumblingand

Councilman Edward Massey I "94, while Lake Weir trailed with i gymnastics for boys and girls Inc.

was appointed chairman for ths
4 5. the director stated.
fih fry and for recreation by I : Contact RAY FORTH
I First places taken by Bradfordwere In answer to an inquiry Ben-
Council Chairman Dave Shuford. V
Jj :V Lee Cogdill in the mile run, ner said that it is planned to develop PHONE 4123
The date will be announced later j
I time 5:01.6; Henry Hall in the playground facilities in colored -
In discussing recreation the __ I Keystone Heights Fla.
I 'IAilir 440 with a time of 55.2; Sam 'i- residential areas in the fut ,
Council estimated that there were I qr I Gardner shot put. 44 ft.; Sam I Ii I II ure. I
about 200 in the
young people IL i Gardner discus throw 128 ft. ,II j
area who would use the Lawtey !
I : in.; and the mile relay [McRae

baseball facilities and which activities would on the include old I and Stephens Ervin, Cra Martin wIard,pole and Warren vaule 11 I; SeDIt Rent It Trade

strawberry platform now in pro- ft.

cess of renovation.The ,a ; Coach Dave Hurse states that
council has budgeted $1,000 iL1i& a- I most of the boys are improving jkiVq

for recreation and all of the money -, ; vith every meet. Johnny Stephens !

from the county commission Ian a 5 mile relay leg in 54 seconds -, 30 WORDS OR LESS. One I..ertl.. (MUlaiH* Charge) .... Jff

has not Some Ervin
yet been spent. was ; Martin a 9th grader
u!::ed last season for baseball HELLO! cleared 11 ft. in the pole vault;
equipment for the adult team. I Lee Cogdill broke the school rec- l

Other matters discussed by the ---. .:....1: crd in the mile running a 5:01:61: : I .'J CLASSIFIED DISPLAY! '1.:5 Per laefc Flirt lasertfea

workmen's'' to shatter the old record of 5:06: I .' 11.00 PER INCH FOR SAME AD REPEATED O\E OR MORE TIMES
council included buying
Just calling to remind you not to forget Old Fa>hionrd Bargain -

compensation and liability in- coming Friday and Saturday, April 17-18 in all held by Harry Green. I CARDS OF THAXK (T. T. A Word) h AM
\. up
The next meet, a P. K. Yonge : OVER SO WORDS -- ---________ 4 CeaU Per Word
The city must either be Starke stores. You'll think enough : :
surance. cooperating o you're Mire invitational, will be held in ,

covered by insurance or post bond back in the "goud old days when you see the old fashioned bar- Gainesville Saturday Apr. 11, at MF.MORH1.0! **D RF.Ot.UTIO'V! 4 f>.f. Per W.r.

for coverage, according to a ruling gains being offered by Starke merchants during this gala week 1 p. m.Legion. DrIT NEW
from Tallahassee. The council -
And don't forget coupons for the boat, motor and
end. your
will make its decision after Post 56 V b 1 V You may have a masonry borne 1946 Pontiac Sedan
determining included in trailer being given away in July! Coupons available at allMC1Ltiflg -omplrte with range and refrigerator -
V for as little as $I5:;<)00 down Excellent Condition

the policy offered. I (' stores.o ____ ________ To Elect Officers VV .-'ayment00 when the deal is 1-Door Radio
.. ompleted and monthly paymentslow Heater
I Bradford Solons I are no homes \letter than our homes
Next TuesdayAmerican ,..H.d they are new. CALL KEYSTONE 3651
will .\. J. THOM4S KKII/TOH
Legion Post 56
Committee Post :.ii:; Temple .he. Tel. WO 4-3701
hold annual elections Tuesday, :
; ;\tJThe ultimate in prestige. flOG
April 14. All members are urgedto 4T ENGRAVED business cards $!>.'.
Bradford Solons are filling l Important attend. KEROSENESMOKELESS (price Includes plate). Never before

AUCTIONNow committee assignments engraving at this low price.
Nominations will be made from ODORLESS Bradford County Telegraph If
as the 1959 Legislative session
the floor as in the past, according -
gets under way this week. 15.9 Per Gal CITRUS, bearing Uses, container
to an announcement by Com- Also
Rep. Doyle E. Conner. immediate grown. Plum, Carner Apple-
mander Harry Rabb. IMPERIAL Pear. Hood and L"alr'win. Fig.
Under New Management I past Speaker, was named to I II AT YOUR Grapevines Persimmons etc. Ever
The election of officers is being
greens. Shade Trees
I the second most powerful post Camellias, over
I held next week so that the newly SERVICE STATION 100 varieties. Azal&as. fine plants,
'in the House of Representatives- MORE NICE CATCHES full of bud and bloom. See
GOOD; DEMAND FOR STOCKERS, Rules elected officers may attend the Hiway 301 North Starke I plants for our
the chairmanship of the quality. We are located
FAT COWS AND FEEDER PIGS( the !District Conference in I 1* miles east! of Keystone Heights
Committee. Only speaker ex-I GaineS-I
I yule, April 26, according I. IJ. (ICed) Alvarez (left) and B. \%. Peck strawberry buyer on Hiway 100. Thousands of plants.0. .
cits more influence on pending J C. Carries Phone
Nursery MU
Operated By legislation than the Rules Com j made by District Commander Guy of C'liadlxHirne, N. C. account for these four beauties from FISH SHRIMP 1-4I! '.. Klorahome. Fla tf

mittee chairman.In Andrews. HutrhinsonLake.!' The bass weighed in at 10 Ibs, 9-13, 9-4, NO MONET
W. & Thornton Smith Officers new serving are Harry V DOWN Zenith
Thomas Waldrop announcing Conner's appointment -. and 8-6. OYSTERSFish Washing Machines, now at DAHMEITS -
Rabb, Post Commander; Seeber .
I Speaker Tom Beasley: In lower photo R. A. Wingate of uddJ'" Landing on Lake tflchs
239 Jones Road Jacksonville Phone E73276 Goodman, 1st Vice Commander; Dressed If Desired
said the former Speaker's "abili Santa Fe, and Starke fisherman Barney McRae are pictured For cabinets, bookcases! boats etc.
H. A. Bishop Jr., 2nd vice Commander made to order.
See G. it. Farber
Sale Monday 1 1:00 P.M. ty. fairness, and experience eminently I ; Joe Gray Adjutant; S. with a- nice string of nine bass from Santa; Fe. Prevatt Fish Market :344 X. Cherry $:U Starke Fla.
Every -- qualifies you for the chairmanship I'bont"0 4-5134.. : Sip 4-18
I| E. Sparks, Chaplain; Al Crosby. 617 E. Brownlee St.
of what I consider the
--- Service Officer: and Kenneth I Ph. WO 9-1091 SALLY TIWX PROPERTY FOR

p mcst important committee in the Grider, Finance Officer. All these Youth Arrested |One-Day Drive SALE or trade for property In or
House.In I near Tampa. See C. Williams..
addition to Rules Connerwas 'offices except adjutant which is : In Volusia CountyIs WB HAVE a new loan program for \William 'f'w..ln- 4'n 4-!*

appointive will be open for elec- Nets C of C farmers. Loans of 1 to 5 year
named to committees on citrus Wanted Here for the entire credit require- SINGER SEWING MACHINE with

agriculture, public safety, t'on.Other ments of the farmer and bis fam attachments.! 5 yrs. guarantee, take
WRGR RADIOYOUR matters to be taken upi 65 ily. Gainesville Production CredIt up payments. Payments $1.25: wkly.
livestock and state printing. Sheriff P. D. Reddish said this Association, !O Horth Main. f-r n3. q total bal. Phone Gainesville -
the trailer Bradford
Senator Charley E. Johns ofj Gainesville, Fla. tfch Delivery.4tp
i County Fair property rental and neek that he has been notifiedof C.,
Bradford-Union, a member of, I new membershipswere
the arrest of Ronald Smart
other matters pertaining to the I RADIOS REPAIREDAll
: added to the Starke fcnd LINOTYPE OPERATOR wanted forseveral
ihe powerful Senate majority by Volusia County officers. Smartis Make All M.del
bloc, was named to 13 committees Post.Membership Bradford County Chamoer of Commerce tea.eabIe Ckarges p.n.t.eI men ths.! Three to five days
1959 I chairman Seeber wanted on a Bradfcrd warrant MIKPHKRITS RADIO Jt TV work per week. Ideal setup for retired -
EXCLUSIVE 'I including: general legislation, I I charging him with concealing Tuesday in a one-day whirl- ...... Grcc. Oirmtr operator Will need April I.
Goodman announced that there
chairman of insurance Judiciary ; wind campaign that began wiln a n. W. Call Kt. Pheae VTOIMtlMark Write or call Claude Crowson.' Bradford -
,I are now more than 225 members stolen property. His brother Bill *. F.... County Telegraph, phone WO
B, vice chairman labor legislative -! kick-off breakfast for workersat 4-9HIT !'taek.. 'I"'
I i and it is hoped that each one will Smart, is in the county jail
MUTUAL management, rules, state in- ; 8 a.m. Annual cues collected, .
I attend this meeting. awaiting trial in Circuit Court on GENUINE ENGRAVED Wedding Ivitations FOR SALE-Oorang Airdale pupt'fts -

I stHutionb! temperance, vice chairman i j! Charlie Schaefer. who heads a charge of breaking and entering with a minimum membership tee for 121.35.with: Bradford double envelopes Cour'T-Telegraph 19j $2i t"arh. Farm Home and Au-
of $35, totaled over $1,000. to "hon.0 I.Siw Itofur 4-!!
prisons and convicts, appropriations [.the food committee, promises I ",-:th the intent to commit grand ff
I constitutional Guy Andrews, credited with 141 I
BASEBALL banking, j-lenty of refreshments "so come larceny. REGISTERED Meat Type Hampshire FOR SALE
I amendments and governmental I new memberships, was high in the
I early and make plans for the new The charges against the brothers -I Hofrs Florida's lancet 100 1 am moving from Starke and de-
''I lecrganization, and finance and mens division, and Mrs. Marguerite |..-r cent I'roduction RtKitered dilt.t si.re to sell my home at tlC Prad-
taxation. I I I.tgion; year. was the commentof j stem from a break-in of the Hall, with five recruits, was :.! STATION Adjutant Joe Gray. i W. H. Ncllman home several apxuranrr Mrs. Ku.'sell. (5teen.MarIiV Tt.i; house has three Ih-droom
high for the women workers. "'I" S a ift J-StTfi; 4tr" 44
IU>th. Kitchen Dining area. and
Gray also asks that all those I
Too Late For 70 I II j months ago.Francis Clyde Te1'\\'I1, gar, membership Living room Carport and utility
rot receiving their magazine report t'oRL".Qn. large size Mon room. I will sell!' this home either
j James Scanlon of chairman expressed appreciation arch Eleitric Range. $75.00. Also
to him Tuesday night and all : fnrnihed or unfurnished-you pay
I Homestead Owners Maxville posted $200 bond after I: jesterday to the businessmen ot Upright piano. Excellent con only $1000 down and the balance
BROADCASTING interested in Legion Insurance! dition. Farm Home and Auto Ph. like rent.
also contact him. I his arrest on April 2 en a chargecf the community for their tine response AVO 4-S001 :Sfrhc 4-9 Shown by appointment
I It's later than you think for driving while intmcict ted. to the drive. He said it
I\(.0.1-: TAJ !Itln Ino:
; Bradford County homestead v-ould continue until the goal ot HtRKV C. KI.KOtl Jr.
"Gome Of The Funeral Tuesday Hoizelle Windom vas arrestedby .. 412: t:. r"%1.1. ST.
Day" 1'0 this week. In fact, it is ,r Constable Felix rull-van 'lot new memberships is attamed. 1'110': \\0lIDh 221: w. Pratt Day Phase ttO 4-9311
late. I For Mrs. SaundersIn on I !!lot. Call aflrr 5 p. m. Mnnday Friday. Mcbt P.... W ODraperies 4-.Es3
April 6 and charged with driving All .day >'.'.rday...
V 7 DAYS A WEEK Tax Assessor Gene Long said : Jones Chapel while intoxicated. He posted $150 !Rotarians Hear (. t;. HlTdil\ i made reasonable your
rhjc -
there were that many people who I material or mine. Bringmt'allure-
I tond. I ments.! Call Mrs. Howard Tucker.
failed to file for their 1959 home- City Recreation ,
FOR RKNTi Ihonefl74.. Keystone Heights. FlaEVIXRI'DB ,
i Mrs. Ivy Thompson Saunders
stead exemption before the April I John D. Broner was arrested ; firdrnnm l.arg. 1,1\ins'; !Room, 2ihg 4-'
I' 75. of Kingsley Lake died in a :1: Director SpeakA inette f off Living: Room. Furni."hd.. I
April 6 by Constable Sullivan and
1 deadline rolled around.
1490 local hospital Sunday after an Modern Path. Really tblll is a second I i-: II. "'. Outboard
Mighty Lcng said the loss of these tax j charged with public intoxication. floor bungalow. Call Woodland motor for Sale. Call Claude Cro..'-
I illness of several months. She Broner I discussion; of Starke's new t.:!I;III), tfrhg I'n.n afier :5 |> m0 4-101
j pleaded guilty to the
exemptions would cost the forgetful i
was born in Illinois on April 21, lecreation program was given by
about $7,000 in J charge and County Judge T. A'I FOR SALE-Earthworms $1 per FOB KENT-Furnished two bed-
owners 1883 and member of the Director Bob Benner at the Rot-
was a .
i Yawn sentenced him to pay a fine I 1ftJ. W AUarez, filt W. Adkins mom house, redecorated inside.
extra taxes this year. I First Methodist Church. |:ary Club Wednesday. st, :2tp! 4.' Large window fan. tile bath with
___ of $25 and $22.50 costs or serve 'ho""er. large gas kitchen range.
Surviving are two daughters. Reviewing programs already ASTED-Chll"s bed with mat- Clean .
10 days in jail. :j ready to move in April 1*
I Mrs. Nelma Keen of Starke, and I, I underway and others that are t'fff suitable ue up to 4 yrs old. Adult.iI2 Lake St. Phone WO IH. -
Mrs. I A. J. Carver posted $300 bond I II llntet I... in good '''nctiti''n.'rite ;: Mrs. A. F. aul. tfcbg
Christine Hussey Punta I I I panned! fcr the future. Benner *.
ctwription and pru-e to I O. Box:
Gcrda; one son. Gordon N. i.after,' his arrest on a charge of raid: that the Teen Time for high :.W: Starfco ft-hg Three lots for Sale. In W Lafa-

Thompson Jacksonville; two withholding support. school students, grades 8 through WEST-Call Street Lots For Sale.V :. ette. St Oil WO 4-7044 2tp C.t

brothers, four sisters nine grandchildren Lucian P. Bradley posted $150 12. is proving very popular in the :' R ROHI i.T. ';7I \VT-a1l St tfrb* Four room house for rent In Lawtey.

DON'T PUTTER and 18 great grandchildren. bond after being charged with USO each Saturday night from IIKpwihca.. Aim an apartment
I FOR S.\I.-I;; Acres of good 'land see Mrs. BesMe Gibson lip
I 7:30 till 11 o'clock. The program n.-ar Ileilbronn pring!!. Approx. >;5
passing worthless check the
a in ,
AROUND WHEN V iiITCOMESTO. Funeral services were held in I is: planned and operated by the acre In cultivation approx: 7* FOR SALK-Lake loU on Pedford
amount of $31.16.1I0SPIT.L acres in wood's' pa"ture. 4 water Lake 2 miles from Keystone
I the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel at 10 students themselves and at present I holes that'., never brrn dry. See Heights High and dry with nice

I am. Tuesday with Rev. Donald I has around 110 members. i or call G. K Crews. Ualford. Fla. fhade IMSO Oi5h. Write P. O.Irraver .

( E / Kokomoor officiating. Burial was ADMISSIONSThe I Other programs mentioned by Phone 66 W. Fla. State 3tp Prison.4-H 1-llM' HI: Starke or phone Itch WO?

in Crosby Lake Cemetery. following patients were ad-i the director are playground activities -

1 at the Pratt Street park on Just Rrreived !rite shipment of rOi: RENT: J bedroom nnfurnlehn -
netted to Bradford County Hos-:
used angle iron channel iron. "I" ? house 472 West Madison );t.
Tourism TopicIs Monday afternoon from 3:15 to 5, ....am... Suitable f"r all "
j.ital during last week: j(I purposes. ( nta'-t U K Whltehead. Waldo.a .
A No. new stockf "our- windows. HO *.!!5'
.d the Church Street ffrtig
m at park on
DiscussedBy William David Starling of Mid-i L'4 r' -ns and screen doors used soil
I Wednesdays at the same time. pipe. and water pip. all sizes.! St..1oHIt fF'roperty exchange for rea.
dleburg, Sarah Lou Brooker of :
CC Committee These programs are for boys and -e safe. show case double porcelain property in Starke. on hwy 100
Waldo, Roy Roddy, Cynthia C.V cabinet sink ThereniwO cement block house on

I : Haiston David Francis Meng of tirk in grades 4 through 6. Prop In look arotindW.. T. Jack- : arres' New bath room, new septic!
] I Ways and means of holding I Junior baseball is scheduledeach ,..n rear of Hi* Pad factory Starke tank. new utility room. never falling -
Hampton, Nona Whitehead Par- I bone WO 4-4001. Ai-k for Mr. deep well... High and dry. No
FINANCING YOUR NEXT CAR tourists in Starke and Bradford Tuesday and Thursday from ,
.l : I mh of Brooker M. M. Crews of ; :hm. .hll; Sunday call*. )fr. and Mrs. EarleJrowe.
County were discussed when the 4:15 to 4:45. and efforts are being UI I. Box 92, Starke.Stp
Raiford. Montine Juanita Mc- ,
rrrti: Girl Wanted-Tuck's Drive '
!I Tourism Committee met in the made to organize baseball
Connell, Emily Denmark, Mary : It fall WO 4-5281 ur apply at
I Chamber of Commerce office 1'1"1.-ln" lip FOR SALE Lawn Boy power mower -
last week.It R. Davis David W. Brantley of.. Rea'onable for rash. Mrs. A. F.

Grandin, Marshall Duane Rober- W. C. T. tf.MORE ..COI.OMU. FLORIST Sanl, *3J McMahon St. phone WO
was pointed out that U. S. Only. T. D. Florist in Stark. 4-3741, Iti-hsr.
ton of Melrose. Margaret Mary Flowers wired any place. PhoneWO
301 now carries a heavier traffic ,
Gaboardi of Melrose, Mabel L. 4-e"I. ,,1Ij; Vs-i :V"na St Itche- SAWS 'ILEO-anof aU old saws
reconditioned -
DRIVE IT HOME load than U. S. 1 and that thou- THAN 2,000 WEEKLY I like new. Call for and
Kummer of Heights,
sands of additional dollars wouldbe Keystone ;i NEWSPAPERS THROUGHOUT FOR SALE-* room house.! Reasonable delivered. Phone WO 4-I4II. Calvin
and Louise Kite Newman. I rJffl'f' to church school and John.. V rhr
WITH A LOW- spent in the county annually TilE U. S. A. BAR LIQUOR town. T..rmll.1.0 corner lot. Write
if most tourists could be induced Also Lucille Mildred Hall of I ADS." Drawer 803 or phone WO 4-J7JI. Itp In City Pound-1 Dover black male

COST BANK tc stop over.and visit attractionsin Keystone Heights Pat A. Miller,: [NATIONAL VOICE.JPyrofax I brown neck Collie I Lemon with white spotted rlnaro..ntl female --

; the area.Several Dorothy Higginbotham. Ruby Lou. FOR SALE hound and I Lemon spotted

::: AUTO LOAN ) suggestions were made Hersey. Joan Elizabeth White-i male hound. Owner may have by V
raying board and
VV cf natural attractions in Starke head of Lake Butler Qrace Ivy i iI Range BOAT & TRAILERGood fonta.f City Pnlloo advertising Itrhr cost

l.- I I and vicinity that could easily be Saunders Lawton Crawford Lois.
developed into tourist spots. Thornton Margaret Merle Saunders -,I SALE Used house. Living year old concreteblock

ASK US FOR THE MONEY-SAVING FIGURE-FACTS Chairman Herbert Dayton said .. Harley M. McRae. Gladys G. dining room and breakfast room. separate room

the committee will meet again Stevens Norman B. Valldejuli of ALL RANGES MUST GO! LAWN MOWERS F-anneled Florida room, large porh.rport .
'* ,
room. 2 large bedrooms -
soon to report its findings. Keystone Heights James William I' PRICE CUT Some New Recap Tires 2 tiled bath. hardwood

Thomas. Edmond T. Stewart of floors central ftoattigr, built in
OTICE' OF I\TK\TIO\ 3 CYL. GAS FREE! CheapStrobe's oven and range. 49 gal water heater -
Brooker. Macil Jeanell Conner
TO REGISTER FICTITIOt .VtME and on large I)t. 1SOS East Call St
Sotkis hereby given that the of Lawtey. |Old Ranges Make Down Payment To see call Mrs. W. S. Slade W>
FLORIDA Bank undersigned! under the provisionsof I Garage : C-UU Zfrti 414
Chapter 20.953. Law of Florida Colored admissions were: Gloria INSTALLATION FREE &
>cts of 1541, RADIATOR SHOP FOR KENT Store building. 321 N"
will register! with the I
Carline Pierce Sarah Prince Bea- Plat FREE JCalie:
Starke Clerk of the Circuit Court. in and j Edwards Road Tempi* Ave. Write -I'. O. Box H:;
One of 28 Banks in the at for Bradford County. Florida. upon trice P. Jackson. Shirley Ann 1 See Tour Pyrofax Distributor I.or McCarthy's Garage 5 miles ou'Palfnrd

Florida National Group -celpt of proof of publication of Walker of Melrose. Ida Mungo Rd Ifp
this notice the fictitious name of CENTRAL FLORIDA GAS FOUND-Creame color 8
Bunch of Hawthorne. Alice Brown or Jersey FOR SALE
Starke Recap Co. under which 1 am or J old -Farmall Super S Trator < -
Brand tight
year cow. on
engaged in buy mess< at 1J5 X. Temple cf Hampton. Thelma R. Perry. AND APPLIANCE CO. hip resembling bar. Mark left with equipment. Excellent condttion.
on .
.. C. C. U?
ATe. Starke. Fla. Hutcheson. Rt. 5, Box
Juanita Johnson Rutledge of ear. wallow fork under bit. Markon
MMItt FH/ULU DEPOSIT INSUUNCI COVOUTION A. C. Roul.'ton. Keystohc Heights.. :119. S. Walnut St Starke right ear under bit with end of fctarke. 2tp 4 1*
sole owner.Dated HaV tho e. and Lam Coburn of
I PRICE AS LOW AS ear disfigured by worm owner FOR RENT 2 bedroom house onState
this Sth day of April A. Dms Hampton. j $129.50 may bar by paying advertising
Prison Road In Heill.mnn
at Stu": EYadfora County W.M slid board. CCoQtad Sheriff Of.flt .
Florida. I Springs section. SJ.. W. Ga,.l"" *
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Chamber of Commerce Notes: Charles Wallemus entertained
Plans for the Southern Regional members of the community with

Water Ski Championship Meet movies they took at the Woman's I Weekend visitors at the homeof
Tw Ir to be held in Keystone Heights in Club Open House in January. The Mr. and Mrs R. M. Cason included -
'' : July are really starting to take movies were shown at the Wom- their daughter. Mrs.
i' form. The Starke Chamber of i(cn's Club auditorium. Pearl Harris of Welaka. and three
Commerce will assist our Chamber Mrs. Robert Fiertz
.t 1 nieces, Mrs. Lillian Philips. Lake
11t R in providing accomodations Is Pleasantly) Fooled City; Mrs. Bertha Pierce. Starke;
for those who cannot find placesto I Wednesday evening. April 1,1 I and Mrs. Hattie Thomas of Valdosta -
t & stay in Keystone Heights. The Mrs. Dick Sunderland. Mrs. Jim 1HEtherington. Ga.Bobby .
wr : Villa Plumcsa has been reservedfor and Mrs. Frank Shanks spent the Easter
t ti %.a-- all officials of the meet.If !Harris joined forces to play an holidays with his parents. Mr.
.i i11 Y : a A ya sasis"+ g j wt sR anyone in Keystone is inter- I"April Fool" joke on Mrs. Bob and Mrs. R. H. Shanks. Bobby at-
Y ( ested in renting a room during Fiertz. Mrs. Fiertz. who was in- tends military school at Miller
I ___ .;. this time they should contact Mrs. (\ .ted to a card party at Mrs. School. Miller. Va.SP .
aC xh ,. >, Joe Daurer secreatary of the i Harris's
[ 4 Richard K. [Rickyl 1 Bas .
Chamber of Commerce. I a little bewildered tc find all the SP 4 Edward Papp. and SP 4

Word has been received hat [I quests assembled, but no card ta- Ken Higuchi spent several days
'Pf" Johnson Motors will provide the j hies up. As soon as she was seat- (j j with Ricky's grandparents. Mr.
R N offical outboard motor towboat ;td. the hostesses wheeled out aj j and Mrs. Morgan Bass. All of the

for themeet.The I baby bassinette filled to over boys are stationed at Red Stone
1-- I membership drive will continue flowing with beautiful gifts for'. Arsenal, Ala. Also recent guestsof
x through this month. New |her baby who is scheduled to ar- the Bass were their children.
r. : ::: 1 members are being added each (i''nve soon. I i I :Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bass of
week. Additional contacts will be Mrs. Sunderland s.xpenisedI Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. Al
iIT'S made in the coming two weeks. games which proved to be a let[ Steiner of Gainesville, and Mr.
The next meeting will be held of fun. Mrs. Jim Donnelly won''''and Mrs. Murray Brake of
:Monday. April 20. the prize for the first game and Gainesville.
Home Demonstration Club Notes: .Mrs. Ernest Widegren was the'' Lt. Col. and Mrs. Albert Durrell
The K. L. M. (Keystone-Lake I'I winner of the second game appropriately 'tiled Mrs. Durrell's sister andi
AN ILL WINDwithin Gcneva-MacRael Home Demon- named "April Fool."* i i! family. Mr. and Mrs. Montay
ation Club was hostess to the Following the games refresh- ; \ickers.

Sir. and Mrs C. P. Kinrhen (at left) stand on their nearly- Clay County Council of Home I I ments were served with Mrs. j Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Whitney

submerged dock at Santa Fe Lake and survey high Mater that Demonstration Clubs on Tuesday.; Hetherington presiding at the have J arrived in Glendale Calif.
Santa Fe At Flood StageAs threatened to trash away their yard. Rock in foreground was! March 31, in the Woman's Club.I I punch bcwl.! for a visit with their daughter
President Mrs. Lois Gravely. Guests included: Mrs. Norman and son-in-law Mr. and Mrs.
hastily brought in from the section I
oXewberl' to halt erosion.
Green Cove Thompson;; Mrs. Charles
Springs opened the Smith Wallace Kyman. They reporteda
Another couple of inches of rain would have submerged Kim'hen meeting with an inspiring devo- I' Mrs. Harold Sutton Mrs. Henry good trip through Texas and

Brooklyn Rises SlowlySunday dock as many 'others still are on Santa Fe. lonal. The main topics of business Hall. Mrs. Gordon Adams. Mrs. New Mexico. They plan to visit

The murky waters of Santa Fe are still up in several homes was.Achievement Day. which Charles Tolford Mrs. Frank IIKen. friend Rev. and Mrs. George
i around Big Santa Ff'. including Melrose bay. Typical of the will be held Saturday. April 11. Mrs. Lewis Muir. Mrs. Sam. Nirig. fcrmer pastor of the Chris
in the Civic Center in Middle- Gardner. Mrs. Ernest Widegren. tian Missionary Alliance churchof
these three
areas are
places Barnhill
nets near FishingCamp.
afternoon property! fraction of
as a its
I water. Several homes, built in I burg. It will start with a "PotLuck" Mrs. Jim Donnelly. Mrs. George, Melrose. They will then tour
owners along Lake Santa Fc sadly hrh; set in 1948, while nearby low spots during the "dry dec- They are built three in a row on one lot by South Supper at 5:30 p. m.. with Schaeffer. Mrs. H. L. Morgan. the Northern states.
1'( Brooklyn although steadily rising ade" without I Georgians, who neglected to check the previous high water mark. Jr"1
surveyed submerged docks and regard to previous the Dress Review at 7. Mrs. Rei- :Mrs. Don Morgan. Mrs. Jce Mr. and Mrs. Percy Keith of
flooded homes residents of Lake is still some ten feet below high water marks are still flood- .' icehl, of Doctor's Inlet will be likowjki Mrs. Everett Fox Mrs.i Bar Harbor. Me. have returned

Brocklyn. less than five miles itc normal level. ed although there has been little- he narrator. Fred Mulling. Mrs. Tom Gamer.I home after a two month's visit
away were having a ball celebrating Some 50 families in the Pump- i rain since April 2. ,: The winner will receive an all- Mrs. Bill Beam. Mrs. Charles Mc- with Mr. and Mrs. Leland Wil-
the gradual return of wa- kin Patch area of Santa Fe were Although slowly receding the, k.F expenses paid trip to the State Glue and Mrs. Gay Livingston. liams. .
ter to their depleted shore lines. cut oft from their homes and present Santa Fe level [up 5 Convention and Short Course held Duplicate Scores: Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Alexander
Thus is pointed up one of the weekend cottages when the mur- feet since 1957] is a serious 'n July at the University of Floriia High Scorers at the meeting of of San Francisco are visiting Mrs.
vagaries of nature and the truth ky waters swirled over a graded threat and another heavy rain I in Gainesville. She will also the Keystone Heights DuplicateClub Martha MacKeachie.Miss .
I, of the old saying, "It's an ill wind road and still have to park their would make matters much worse. yodel in the State Dress revue. on Monday evening. April 6, Zoe Terry has returned to
that blows nobody gocd." i tars and embark by boat on the One suggested explanation for! The meeting adjourned at noon. (Continued on next Pagel [Continued on next Pagel
I More than 20 inches of rainfall lake to reach their places. Many the strange behaviour of the and a delicious lunch was served -
I in the area since: Jan. 1 has flocks are submerged and a few neighboring lakes is that Santa I 'o the 35 members in attendance.Girl
brought Santa Fe to flood stage. wept away entirely by wind andy Fe is said to rest on a bed of clay IV 4r Scout News BRAVOS H ro S F( ;

that holds the water, while Brook- Brownie Troop 229 has six girls
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bn's bottom is porous sand that oho will "fly up"Ub-Girl'Scout!
KEYSTONE DEPARTMENT STORE permits seepage. J.. fi. Troop 190 thil-year.They' started
r1 Brooklyn is now about seven working on'their Tenderfoot re-
Men's Women's, Children's. Clothing & Shoes ..>!C. .;: Uiirements. last week. They learned -
.- .__ -- feet above_ its. all-time low. :but ( :I IA., e. ;
the Girl Scout 'Promise the
still has a long way-to go Before
SPORTS WEAR A SPECIALTY getting back to normal. Flag Ceremony, and how to lay
and follow trail signs. These six *X15 WORTH
Keystone Heights Lucile Foster, Owner
I..t ..1"ls11 spend the remainder of
heir "Brownie" meetings in preparation -
FLORAHOMEAND : -. for their "Fly up" to the
1 GRANDIN .F ye" Girl Scout Troop. The remaining

KEYSTONE GAS COMPANY 11 girls will work on an outdoor OF FROZEN FOODS
"aft activity.
By DaneAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA In contrast to Santa Fe Brooklyn Lake is still far .IJW.
Woman's Club Notes:
DEPENDABLE 21-HOUR SERVICE its normal level, but is rising at the rate of an inch a day. Completely -
I Keystone Heights Woman'sClub AT GROCERYof
dry a or so this connecting link between
year ago
Miss Sandra Carnes daughterof will meet Tuesday. April 14.
Day Phone SAF GAS Nile Phone Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Carnes of Brooklyn and Brooklyn Bay is now easily na"igable.t high far: their regular monthly busi-
4351 2582 Florahome became the bride of I water mark in 1948 boats could not pass under the bridge. ness meeting. At this meettn YOUR CHOICE

Lloyd M. Foran. son of Mr. and Teen-agers got a bang out of sitting in boats and writing their the nominating committee will
COOKING HEATING WATER HEATINGMost Mrs. J. J. Foran of Marianna, names on steel girders. present their slate to the member
April 4. in a beautiful wedding at ship. Officers for the coming
the Florahome Church of God. year will be elected in May. WITH
Complete line of House! Heating Equipment in North
Rev. Formy Duval the pastor Story Hour At Library 12 CU. FT. UPRIGHT

Florida. If You Plan to Add Heat This Winter See Us First officiated. The church was beauti- Miss Caroline Ferguson librarian
fully decorated with white gladi- of P. K. Yonge School in FREEZER
|oli. After wedding trip to Crescent ;ii4jiI Gainesville, will conduct a story HOTPOINT
Beach the couple will make hrur Wednesday. April 15, at the
their home in Charleston S. C. Woman's Club Library starting
ATTRACTIVE MASONRY HOUSE where Mr. Fcran is stationed with it 3:30: p. m. All Children are in-
the Navy. vited.
2 Bedrooms, Dining Area, Living Room, Kitchen Tile Mrs. Alma Clark returned to I Cake Sale Coming Up

Bath, Hardwood Floors, Floor Furnace, Lots of Storage Florahome Saturday after a visit Saturday morning April 11. the i

Carport. Three years old. Centrally located, in with her brother-in-law and sis Altar Society of St. William's

town, near shopping, doctors beach, and churches. ter. Mr. and Mrs. L.,W. Motes of Churchill held a Bake Sate near

Financing arranged. Far above average, on well land. Hollister. While there she and her ihe Post Office starting at 9 a. m.
sister:j Mrs. Motes and her son- Audience Enjoys Local Movies
scaped _
in-law and daughter, Mr. and .r Thursday evening Mr. and Mrs. .
S. E. MCK Y REALTOR Mrs. Stanley Hales of Interlachen I ( ; .. .'. .
-- pent Sunday visiting their bro- IL'I -
ther Floyd Matchett who is ill in i I i r ,ir e C. E. Edgley Day Phone 1227 A

Keystone Heights Phone 3701-2051-4151-1209 an Orlando hospital.Mrs. Owner Night Ph. 4961
Formy Duval and Mrs. Lake City, FloridaColumbia '
Ruth Childer visited friends in

Grandin last Tuesday. Jff- Glass :!
Mrs. W. J. Bogle of Santa Bar I
Let Uncle Sain Deliver Your tara Calif is visiting her daug-

ter. Mrs. Ronnie Carnes of Flora- H. A. prow and friends start a ride up Alligat.tr Creek the & Paint Company

home. 1 natural spill-way from Magnolia Lake, now pdurmg: some millions
Bank Mr. and Mrs. Glen Weaver of I "
of gallons of water per day into Brooklyn. Creek was dry
: Jacksonville visited relatives in - -
I' until this time last .t'arht'n rains brought level. in Magnoliato
Florahome last Sunday. Store Front Designing
The revival services at Paran sufficient height to start flow. And Installation 5

Baptist Church closed last Satur-I IY Glass for Every
day with good...attendance at all, \ (I
''I I services. I II Purpose 1
4 I I David Brantley of Grandin is
l '-. I also getting along well after having :
e. :F I I his tonsils removed last Friday 95JL AFTER SMALL DOWN

I at Bradford County Hospital.Mrs. 309 PAYMENT
Margie Stewart and Mrs. LEE'S DRIVEINTHEATRE
; f' t Edward Hutson of Grandin spent : F 3.00 Per Week
last Friday afternoon at Daytona
Beach. I 9
Phone 4113

St. WHHam's Catholic Chapel Keystone Heights, Fla.

Keystone Heights ... ,Spring Clearance SALE
Sunday Mass at 8:30: a. m.
Holyday Mass at 7:00 a. m. -=-- THEM Now In Progress!
Tuesday Mass at 8:00': a. m. t
It's a cinch to bank by mail Just drop it in the box Confessions before all Masses. Several Good Buys Still Left!
Baptisms marriages and In-
and Uncle Sam will see that we get it Swift and structions by appointment. i I THURS. APR. 9
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1946 Pontiac Sedan a -' THRU SUNDAY, APR. 12


Friendly Bank in a Friendly Community 4-Door Radio, Heater. (That Brooklyn still has a long way togo "back to normal- Van Heflin, Silvana Man-

keystone Heights, Fla. 2 New Tires evidenced by this once useful dork that now seems more likea gano Viveca LindforsIn I
Member F.D.I.C. walkway to the sky than an approach to water Contrast this Technicolor & Technlrama 9391 Keystone'Heights' ria.t .
with "noatin dock" on Santa Fe at upper' left.
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YYYYYYYYYYYYl celebrated her 13th birthday witha School of Religion at Stetson University home in Orlando where Airman 'TTVTYYYYYYYYYY* TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT.TT.' messages and hope they will return -1; you need trarisportalion": WO
lovely party at the Parish House is concluding a week of Queen is now stationed. I
KEYSTONE soon.Visitors 4-5774.
cf St. Anne's Episcopal Church. revival services at the First Bap- M'E.L1tOS"E&aa&.AA"AA&&A&4AA" I
Miss P3 'gy Gabserd and Mrs. GRIFFIS LOOP at the morning services Bcatdrain Baptist Church
HIGHLIGHTS Games were enjoyed. Dee Dee received tist Church. cordial invitationis '
Mamie Pridgeon went to St. Pet- were Mrs. Henry Holmes Sunday School. 10 a. m.; Morning
many lovely birthday gifts. extended to the public to attend -
ersburg last Sunday to attend a Mrs. S. J. Davis and Mrs. Lon worship, 11 a. m.; Training
AU..u.uContinued &&&&&&&&&&&&&J Guests included Ann the By Terble 'Ari ern
: Mary remaining services this (Continued from
Page One!
state Hair Stylists show. Miss Davis. We hope they will come Union. 6:30: p. m.; Evening worship -
Schaeffer, Dianne Brokas Mar- week each night at 8 p. m.. and .
[ from Page One] Gaboardi went as a model and AA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAMr. & back soon. 7:30 p. m.; and Prayer meeting
her Plainfield
Muir home in N. J. aftera
garet Nancy Sutton Reba ;onciuding Sunday.The ,
were: Mr. and Mrs. Fremont Tol- Hall: Roberta Sibley, Barbara Ann Fay Taylor Circie met at displayed: the work of Mrs. Prid- six weeks stay in Melrose. and Mrs. Ira Allen announce Mrs. Mildred Griffis is visitingher 1 I Wednesday at 7:15 p. m. Pas
geon, operator of the Melrose ter Rev. Orville Brookins.
les, who 'tied with Mrs. Louise Wheeler Deanna Lee, Susan Davis .he home of Mrs. Mike Funder- Marshall Roberson son of Mr. the marriage April 2, of brother-in-law and sister
Logsdon' and 'E. L. Kyle. Next Rowan Thomas, Mac Hall, burke en Tuesday morning. The Beauty Shcp. and Mrs Bill Roberson recently their daughter, Judy, to GS 2 Al- Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Blow of Or-i I Everyone welcome.ST. .
Mr. and: Mrs. 2enton M. Elrod
high were Miss Sara Mansfield, Jimmy McMurtry, Eric Redfearn, same morning, the Nell Pearcelfcle and daughter, Mrs. William had his tonsils taken out. snzo Purdon son of Mrs. Graham lando. I ANN'S_EPISCOPAL
and Mrs. John Karges.. Kenny Terrell, Veasy Walker. met at the home of Mrs. Leech and grand-daughter Miss Mr. and :Mrs. James Gaboardi Byrd of Gainesville. I There will be a revival at Boat- CHURCH. KEYSTONE t

On March 30, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Dwight Mitchell, Mickey Robinson il. L. Beasley. Martha Ann Leech, all guests of became' parents to 'a baby girl After the ceremony at which ;I dain Baptist Church starting I \L H. Breyforfe.. Minister
Starnes were high, while Mrs. Billy Phegley Jimmy Fox. Tuesday morning. April 14, the Mr.\ and Mrs. Francis Clark left torn Saturday in Bradford Coun- Judge E. K. Perryman officiated,I April 13; Rev. C. A. Crosby will Morning Prayer add Sermon,
Louise Logsdon and Mrs. Anna Tommy Thompson, and Tommy I vVomen's Missionary Union will :on Sunday f of Knoxville Tenn. ty .Hospital. a reception was held at the home ,preach the sermons which will I' 9:30: a. m. Sunday School 10 a. m.
James were ,second.All Gardner. Chaperones were Mr. hold a meeting in the auditoriumat where they will move ''into their I Mrs. Charles. Bassett of, Princeton of the bride's parents. I start at 8 p. m. Singing will precede -.I' Holy Communion each first Sun
and Mrs. Hardenbergh, :>Mr. and 9:30 followed W. Va. was the recent guestOf The ;! the services at 7:30 p. m. day. Parish Supper each third
Contract Bridge Players are : a. m., by a cov- lovely new home in suburban young couple left for a
invited to join the Duplicate Club. Mrs. Alex Brokas, and Mrs. Dovie red-dish luncheon. Knoxville. I Mr. and Mrs. R.,, H. Shanks. short wedding trip to the south i The bus will be in service and if Wednesday 6:30 p. m. J.
Also spending several with c .1"
This is serious bridge. Playing be- Sibley. The Carol Choir meets Friday Miss Marguerite Lewis and her of Florida. The brideegrocm, who I
gins at 7:30: sharp each Monday Slumber Party afternoons at 3:15.: This group friend Miss Ann Gorman arrived the Shanks were Mr. and Mrs. has been 'station at Cecil Field,

evening, at the Woman's Club. Friday evening, April 3, Kay includes children from 9 thru 12 Mcnday March 30, from New Paul"Crutchrield well Tenn. of New Taze- 'ill be'transferred to Norfolk, Va. HOME ONYOUZOT.1 1By JNO

Happy Hour Children Sunderland, daughter of Mr. and years of age. York City to be the guests of Miss Melrose FFA Receive where he will serve aboard the
Boys Awards
Enjoy Egg Hunt Mrs\ R. H. Sunderland. celebrated -i The Cherub Choir children: Lewis's father Jesse Lewis of U. S. S. Forestal.
Mrs. R. L. Richard entertainedthe her 11th birthday with a I. aged 6 thru 8 years, meets the Keystone. Charles Brown and Charles Ga- Judy is the granddaughter of MONEY DOWN

children from the Happy Slumber party for her friends. same: afternoon at 3:45. Mr. and Mrs. George Schaeffer board Melrose received awards at the!, Mrs. Dare Woodward of Griffis I !
Hour Play School at her home on Guests included Carol Campbell, The Concord Choir, with chil- and three children spent Sundayat FFA Chapter's annualparents' loop.. : Toney Builders, Inc. LOWBox

Spring Lake, recently, with an Gmny Campbell and Carol War- dren aged 13 thru 16 years, meets I the home of Mrs. Schaeffer's reporter, banquet.was awarded Brown the chapter Chapter Patsy O'Brien spent Friday I 106, 7495 UP

Easter Egg Hunt, for her great- ren.Bruce Sunday evenings at 6:15: p. m. I I parents, Dr. and Mrs. E. C. Sh- 'Star Farmer'award and Ga- night with her grandmother Mrs.J. Bowling Green, Fla. AS
grand-daughter. Janine Gay. Sunderland, youngest Regular practice for the Adult lyock, who live on Lake Weir at boardi received the Chapter FFA J. Hardenbrook pf Colley Road.
Assisting Mrs. Gordon Adams in ton of Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Sunder- Choir is held each Wednesday tklawaha. Foundation public ,speaking Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Rowe were

transporting the children to land, was host to his playmates evening, following the Prayer Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Elmore award.Harry E. Wood, state FFA Sunday guests of Mrs. Rowe's
Spring Lake were Mrs. Lawrence recently at a birthday party to Service. Beginning April 22, the and two children are moving this supervisor made these awards. parents Mr. and Mrs. Carl Brown-
LaMee and Mrs. T. J. Hawes. mark his 8th birthday. Guests included Adult Choir is, starting on the weekend to the Leonhard house- The group also heard a talk Gregory Crawford will spend

Rickie Warren Has Party Johnny Muir, Stephen El- Cantata "Ruth," by Gaul, which sometimes called the i "Church" i by Senator Tom Adams of Orange the summer with his uncle and
Tuesday March 31, was Rickie I. more, Johnny Warren, Donald II- will be given sometime in June. house." I. Park whose theme was the FFA aunt Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Rowe {
Warren's birthday, and so he was! gen, Frank Harris, and Tommy Notice of the date will be printed Mr. and Mrs. Everett Fox and'motto: ""Learning to do; Doing to and grandparents Mr. and Mrs. i

the guest of honor at a lovely Hawes, and Dicky Martin. later.Watch three children were in St. Pet1rsburg Learn; Earning to Live and Liv- A. W. Brown of the State Farm.
birthday party at the Happy Hour CHURCH NEWS for further notice concerning -
last weekend to _see ing to Serve." Adams was introduced Wednesday visitor of Mrs. T.
School. All the children fit Anne's Episcopal Church the Coronation Service I
Play the Yankees,
I Detroit Tigers play by_ Sen. J. Emory [Red R. O'Brian was Mrs. Mack Sweatof ti
brought gifts for Rickie and his Girl Scout Troop 190 meets tomorrow for the G. A. Girls. On the way home they spent one Cross of Melrose RaifonL +v
J. W. Warren at 3:30 in the Remember, Make Church Wor-
mother Mrs. Friday : night with Mr. Fox's aunt and
Bill Mrs.

Logsdon, chapter president, Thomas O'Brian and Ver-
brought a birthday cake, ice Parish House. ship a Family Affair! uncle who live in Bradenton.
was master of ceremonies. The ble Anderson visited Mrs. P. F.
ice cream, candy and favors for Holy Communion will be givenat Personals New residents in our town are 'chapter officers presented honorary Goolsby Thursday.Mr. .
the party, and assisted Mrs. 7:30 on Sunday; Morning Mrs. P. B. Hall arrived home Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Warren arid Chapter
Gordon Adams, the "school Prayer and Sermon at 9:30: a. m.; Wednesday April 1, after visiting their three children, from Alken, Priest Perry W.,Farmer. .W. Blasingame degrees to and Mrs. Lyle Blow of Orlando This Lovely 2 Bedroom Model $1945
Mai"m" in serving the refresh- and the Young People will meet her daughter in Baltimore, Md., S. C. Mr. Warren is 'employed at Vern were recent visitors of Mr.
Sampson. Mark Gaboardi
ments. at 6:30 p. m. and her sister in Hendersonville, Sperry's. They are occupying' the chapter vice president listed the and Mrs. Ernest Allen and Mr. (Without Carporte)
yew Arrivals: On Monday. April 13, the Altar N. Mary Carew house We hope they and Willie Green.
Mr. and :Mrs. Leon Brewer are Guild will meet at 4 p. m. C.Mrs.. Ernest Widegren is the ,like our town. chapter the year,accomplishments during Mrs. S. J. Davis of Okeechobee Many :Models to Choose From Write for Free Folder

the proud parents of a son, Pat Members and friends of the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest I Mr. and Mrs. Frank Walrath, visited her brother and sister-in-
L. O. Baldwin
chapter advisor
rick Anthony, born at St. Vin- Trinity Church Women's Auxil- Widegren, Jr., and family. Mrs. Jr., have been on the sick list :introduced special guests. law Mr. and Mrs Jeff Smith Any Place in Florida Same Low Price
cent's Hospital in Jacksonville iary are cordially invited to the Widegren, Sr.. is from Glen Cove, this week. Musical entertainment was provided Sunday. I
Tuesday, March 24. He weighed annual Easter Silver Tea, to be N. Mr. and Mrs. R. N Sunderland, by the : Linda Brookins was the Sunday r
Y.Mrs. chapter string band
8' Ib. 8 oz. at birth and-he is the at the home of Colonel and Mrs. J. P. Garber has returnedto of Wilmington Delaware, left and by Miss Susan Bass, who guest of Pasty O'Brian. I (NO CHARGE FOR TRAVEL) i
Itrev er's fourth child. R. H. Kelley on Sunday, April her home in Avon Park after Keystone Heights last Wednesday several Mrs. Henry Holmes and son
sang numbers accompanied Local Represen.tatheRAY
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Gaboardi are 12. from 3 to 5 p. m. visiting for a week with Mr. and titter visiting several weeks with at the piano by Miss Maxine Steve of Okeechobee visited her .
the parents of a daughter born It was announced that the pews Mrs. Jim Hetherington arid family. their; son and his family Mr. Jones. parents Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Smith,

on Friday evening, April 3, at that were given as Memorials will Mrs. Garber is Mrs. Hethering- and Mrs. Sunderland, Jr., and The fried chicken dinner was Sunday. D. FORTH

Bradford County Hospital. She be dedicated on Sunday, May 10, ton's mother.Mr. their four children. prepared by the lunchroom There were 100 present at both
weighed 7 lb. 12 1-2 oz. and at Mother's Day. and Mrs. James C. Glennof and served by 16 FHA Sunday School and Training Un- Highway 21 Phone 4123
the the Father will be out of Beach ion this week. Bro. S. A.
presenting writing, par- Breyfogle Delray spent Easter I FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH girls to 120 banquet guests. Bryan.
ents were undecided as to her town from Monday, April 13, to weekend with their daughter and i KEYSTONE HEIGHTS FLAJ. Lions' Club Has Election associaticnal Training Union director KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FLA.

name. She is the Gaboardi's Saturday, attending as a delegate her family, the Bill Beam's. R. Smith pastor. Rafpn The Lions Club held elec and Bro. W. H. Williams
seventh child. from Florida, the Town and Mrs. Den Morgan left April 4, Copeland, Minister of Music and tion"for executive officers an at its cf Raiford Brotherhood president If You Don't See Us, We Both! Lose Money i

Birthday Party Country Rural Church Institute at for a visit with her parents. Dr. church organist. ,.,? regular meeting Thursday night.I' spoke. We enjoyed their j _
Friday evening April 3, Dee Roanridge. Mo. end Mrs. C. M. Booher who live Services: Sunday School. 9:45a. : Jon Neale was elected president;
Dee Hardenbergh, daughter of First Baptist Church News I in New Castle, Pa. She expects to m. Morning Worship If it. n. Walter Wilson, 1st vice-president;
Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Hardenbergh, Dr. O. L. Walker. head of the be gone for two weeks. During Training Union, 7 p. m. Evening' Dave Barber 2nd vice-presi-

-- ---- that time, she and her parents i services 8 p. m. W. W. Blasingame 3rd vicepresident -

That's Our BusinessIf plan to visit with friends in To- "Make church worship a family ; and Lucien Johnson, sec- FACTORY PRICESOne
ronto Canada.Mr. affair." retary-treasurer..
It's Glass We Have It I and Mrs. E. P. Riggelsen of Powder Puff Fray Set for Friday

CALL WRITE 01 VISIT Irvington, N. Y. spent last Wednesday COMMUNITY CHURCH OP Friday night April 10, is the
with Mr. and :Mrs. William KEYSTONE
date of One of the funniest events
Joe Peters Glass Co.FOR Reynolds and family. The Albert C. Holt, Minister en the agenda at Melrose High.
Riggelsens ..
were enroute to their -
That Is the Powder Puff Game
I home after spending the winter Dr. James D. Pait. 0 'gAnfst. Quart With Each
trhfr the girls take over on the
ANY GLASS NEED in Vero Beach. Director. ,
Services: ChUrch 9Viajn. tL:$ .1, while the boys take .
School .
We I
Design Modern Store Fronts Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bleha ,. .> i
charge; of the cheering section
Morning m"
Just Mail Us A Pattern for spent' last 'weekend in Orlando Worshio'ir find or Gallon One You Buy ,
I supply a queen and attendant -
Table Tops I with their son-in-law and daughter YOU'LL LOVE tLe new USHDP .

J313N.W.4fbPL Gainesville. Fla. Phone FR. 2-1353! I and their two granddaughters brook purse-size fountain pens to The senior girls will play the

... the Oather Queen family. pastel shades. Only $3.09 at Brat Junior girls in the, 5th annual
The Carter Paint Store
Queens just bought rord Mary
a new County T1>1f>iraPb. Powder Puff game. Tommy Bass,

2rp Charles Gabcardi, Bin ,Logsdon,
LIVE BETTER BY FAR WITH A BRAND-NEW jpQrm( ) WAGON' end Jimmy Williams will coach 355 N. Temple Ave. Starke Ph. WO 4.8565

the senior girls while R. L. Johnson -

:' Bill Pace, and Gene Stantonwill ,
coach the junior girls. Ralph

Terrell will reign as queer!, with

r' Gene Quimby and James Allison
E Ca
S atl
b, .w. h bA"RRih ,. pa serving as attendants.In .
the four. previous games one

game went to the juiors, one to INSTALLMENT PLAN

the seniors, and one ended in a
;:.,. tie.
School( News !

..Two representatives, Carolyn
3 L_ Wilson and Catherine SippreUe, PLUMBING -- HEATING -- REPAIRS

and the FHA sponsors, Mrs. Sterphehscn
::- attended the annual

,r ,r t t i FHA they arrived t left convention later Thursday that In afternoon afternoon Clearwater.and in W NOW\ AVAILABLE FOR THE .

I Clearwater, where they stayed at
the Fort Harrison Hotel for the
,eta'-", three days of the convention.At :
For lips Jour to trips put more SM the fuiM the FHA meeting Wednes-
OUTDOOR Ez day, the girls selected the committees

UV1NG now at DISPLAY most for their Buffet Supper.
fwd Dealerships -d The buffet will be held April 11.

The fieta Club held its monthly LOANS FROM 100 TO $3,500
,, I meeting Wednesday afternoon. At

the meeting they decided they

1 would try to send the whole club
to the convention i In Clearwater.
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1 r y l >i4"a Payroll Military In,' Civilian Two i Nothing Down 36 Mo.' to Pay Low InterestFast

Counties Is Big
'- os dra.a ,

I : __ : $' Military and civilian payrolls ot No Delay! No Red Tape!
/ tHe Florida National Guard in I

Lam. r Clay and Bradford Counties for

the year 1958 totaled $678,466.36, FUNDS AVAILABLE AT ONCE IF CREDIT RATING GOOD I
(Uk,) lineWagonIowestpnced :Major General Mark W. Lance,,

*!lilt Dest.ua Enfnr.i,raga< State Adjutant General, announced .
this week.
'. (1. r, ce-1Ir)tile aisffngnisAe/
9-pKStniw Country Sawn, For Clay County civilian wages We are pleased to announce that we can now offer you the, oppor,
totaled $595,751.40 for approxi- .
(At tetto)TW 6-pasMjer Country mately 140 employees, incu SedjR-masterpi; rf
modvt wagon personnel at the"Camp Biandmg
economy tad COIIMDieace.Stil .
shop and other installations, and the Noland Credit Co. This is a much-needed service in this area. i

military pay was $42,230.06 forth '
National Guard (Company BJ) We make easy arrangements for you at your home or our'office in

: DnW3gon Living ((3 JFOIPJID>>] specialty ) and pay For civilian(Company Bradford pay C County$5,095.02)- was $42,230.06 military for theyear. Starke.or modernized Now you kitchen.can have that long-needed extra bath, new-beating


America's best-selling wagons '. push-button t it te-liftgate release. Loa dspact is bowling General 1 Lance pointed out tnathV
alley big and just as 1 leveL : i salary figures are a measureof ,
Every seat in Ford
because they're America's most liveable end every wagon
wagons the of the National
.latest priced of the most popular wagons, tool station faces forward wagon! living Visit jour begins Ford With Dealer Ford.and And see see bow how thrifty much Guard on Impact the economy of the area. We Specialize in American Standard Products

Jwl look at the extra-value features you get in Ford more your dollars are worth in a new Ford wagon ..today! *nd_ said that salaries and military -
'h; .)i.s.*. 1.f,> (a.. .; and unloading a one-hand pleasure ith pay both come from stateand I
it FORD DIVISION uOfd If Interested Call Write
1"- .. Tl1L'. federal sources. or :
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, Hi H. Breyferte: Minister GNANN PLUMBING CO.

<: : TERWILLEGAR MOTORS Sunfaj School .8:45 'am._ .
11:15. Episcopal Young People.
Morning- .Prayer* mid: Sermon, 118 N.. Court St. Starke Phone WO 4.1141

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At The Tabernacle) Mrs. Bryant 'Reddish is at home seriously ill children of Americus, Ga. visited Henry has been stationed in Went Madison St. StarKe. FTprida.
II (
after spending several days in 'Mr. and Mrs. T.-P.'Howell were I Mrs. Dan Loper and family re- j j Washington but will soon be j| Flora J. Made 199 per cent; owner,
Baptist Hospital and Mrs. J. D. I I14i i Ea Call $t. Starke. -Florida.tated .
Resular scheduled services ,
were recent guest of Mr. I II this TTth daY of :March,
held at the Gcspel Tabernacle Clarke who has been in Riverside -
I \ '1:. Land in Crescent' City. ney, and Frank Kelsey and children \ i A. It ISi! at :tatk Bradford
: Hospital
CHURCH NEWS during the pastweek tod com- hag also returnedto \nTIIQF I\TK\TII\ TOntIITRn County. Florida. 3-1' 4t 4.,
; munion was observed at'the close I! her-HbmeT .* /TtfairrgIsrfto report that Mrs. recently visited Mr. Loper'smother I I .
Delaney Dickinson is 1 much impflyped Mrs. Meta Loper in Dool- 'U"T..I"OI.S'It:
of. the Sunday message. The i i Mr. and Mrs. Hassie Reynolds i Notice i* ht'r..y given that"the i t0t
Sponsor took part in the Gideon '('! Baldwin visited Mr. and: Mrs. and has returned from the ing. Ga. nnd..r"iln..t. tinder the! provision i i
t hospital--to-Palatka. .. of iTiapter n!5:::, Laws of Florida 1
meeting held afternoon Sack !Reynolds and sons and Mrs. .. 0\-.9'
Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hardee of \ t. of I*U. will r4'gi'tt'r"itl\ the 1i
at the* State.Prison. Mosley on Sunday Susan Taylor of Ocala spentEaster1 lake Butler and Mr. and Mrs. ,I ('b,rk ..f the ,"iri-nit Court in and i
Presbyterian Church Methodist Church Among'the MrsiRoy Tomlinson and familyof here1 with her grandfather 1 for Kr. dford C..nnty.Ioritta., upon
meetings to be held, Henry Hardee and children of receipt fr proof of publication of \
in the neat-future will, be the an- New 'Imver'-" ret Mond y'-f" L. KT Chflds;' Washington D. C. attended services this n-.tktth fictitious name of 666

Friday 8 p. m., Choir practice. Sunday-Church School for all .ual Fellowship Dinner date ''to cfng-supper1' guests of Mr: and Mrs. Louise. Blankenship and at Hope Church recently. I lam Made rnsagrd<5as Company in lusine.at under '" hkh 552 I :

Sunday April 12 Church ages, 9:45: a. m.; Morning Wor- be announced later. Mrs> H.- C. Kelly.! Other guests J -*

School. 9:45 a. m. Morning Wor- ship 11 a. m.; M. Y. F. 6 p.'m.; at the Kelly home 'were 'Mrs: -

ship, Rev. J. W. Conyers. 11 a. m. and Evening' Worship 7:30: p. m. $t. Mark's Episcopal Council Booth and daughters 'of ...:.J

Youth Fellowships, 6 p. m. Tuesday 8 p. m.-Circle 4: of t *- -/L- GainesVille and their son, Wen_ =
The session has issued a call WSCS will meet at the churchin KeY. Raymond L MaclualB' dell Lakeland..

for a congregational meeting fol- Fellowship Hall with Mrs. Sunday Service-9:45"< jn.Church' Mrs.,, Benton Futch and two : THE CHURCH FOR ALL -- ALL FOR THE CHURCH

lowing the morning service on Grace Jordan and Mrs. Carl La- School: 11OOom-,children of Starke* attended:

Sunday Apr. 12, for the purposeof mar Johns as hostesses. ing Prayer and Sermon. Ices at First Baptist 'Church and

receiving a recommendationfrom i Wednesday-Story Hoar for the Holy Communion-First Sun were dinner guests of Mrs. Joyce t : .
: JilT
r-;;,ypAK:raw .i.
the pulpit committee. Rev. primary age group 3:30: p. m.; day 11:00 a.m.; Third Sunday, Futch md'R tpn-. .

Conyers, executive secretary of. Bible study and prayer meeting. i:3O a.m. } Mrs.. LouiseKirkland has pur- 1 fli

tne Suwannee. Presbytery will ?:15lp. m. and Chancel.Choir rehearsal Wednesday-7:00 p.mV Choir I chased'.a' home in Highland and

serve as moderator. All membersof 8 p. m. Practice; 7:45 pjiu. Litany and moved there'-this weekend i 1 }J j I
the chutrh are_ urged to at- Bible Study: Mr and ''Mrs.- C. W Buff and 3ti k

tend. KIXGSLEYLAKE REVIVALA !I I grandchildren: Brenda and Connie I i.f.... I
revival will begin at Kingsley PENTECOSTAL' HOLINESS | IlaT' 'kins. or JabKsofrrffle enjoyed
First Christian Church Lake Baptist Church Sunday, CHURCH a barbecue at the D. B. Thomas'jl.cme t ;'
Sunday School; 10'.. nt. Horn. .
April 12 and continue with services ; on Saturday evening. !
Morning worship, If a.m. each night of the week at ngf Worship 11 a. nfc;' Evfcigeistic Mrs. Nellie Osteen. Mrs Louise j

Rev. J. E. Sherwood, pastor services;; 7:30Kp. m. : Smith df Tampa and Mrs.. 'LU '

Sunday School, 10 a.m. 7:45.Rev.. James Temple of Brcoker Wednesday Prayer Meeting Norman 'were: Saturday guests of L

Youth ChUrcn '7 p.m. Baptist Church will be the evan- 1:30 p:. m.- i iEV10 iI Mrs. Mary Reddish.Mr. I

Wednesday Prayer Meeting, gelist. Everyone is welcome. I and Mrs. Leroy Padgett !
7:30 p.m. !: I1REEN i spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. I

Adult Choir practice 6:45: p.m CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST BAPTIST cA'U liSunday I;. E. Futch and Ann and Andy j I
Wednesday. School 10 a: m. Preafchfn i!
Ladies Council. 1st and 3rd ; 11 a. m. Training tJ'aIOD'I:30 and Mrs. J. L. Slade of h
Mr. | .
each Sunday in old L
Tuesday nights.Evel1"body Services p. m.-Preaching:3P p. m..Prayer Hampton spent from Friday to r, .
Hall E. Call St. Sunday
Masonic on
welcome to each Meeting Wednesday 7:30: p. lit' J
service. School l'v av m. Sacrament WednesdarBible study, 7:30 ,Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. r iss' ; 4 4L 4f
Rosier. .
Service 6:30'p.( m. Everyone wel- ;
AIR PARK BAPTIST CHURCH ome. p. m. Saturday guests of Mr. and Mrs. S

Frank Cruce were Mr. and Mrs: 1 .
Sunday School 9:45 a. m.; Morning ,

Worship 11 al m. Training HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH ASSEMBLY HIWAY OF CHA1'F.L. Oft: ', Robert Carlson and sons of JaCK- .it -
Union 6:45 Wor sonville. "rS ri ,..-
p. m. Evening Premilleroial :FundamentalMissionary. y'
O. 3?. Otboroe,Pastor .
ship 7:30 p. m. Midweek Prayer Seven miles south of Miss Diann Bennett of theState7 .d s
Sunday School 10 Farm withMiss'Maryf
spent Sunday .
Service Wednesday' 7:30 p. m. Starke on Hwy. 100. Merle Pack- Ing Worship; 11 a. m.y '&Jltd1-1'I. : :
Everyone l Frances Norman. "t-
welcome. ham. pastor. tic Service, 7:45 '
Mr. and Mrfc- Fred Moore and *
Sunday School 10 a. m., Wor- weekly prayer service. Invitation ".'.!:,
visited Mr. and Mrs.
family Billy
GRAHAM ship, 11 a. m.. Training Union, 7 extended' to everyone.- i. 1 i
Torode and in -
BAPTIST CHURCH i son Gainesville on :
p. m.. Evening Worship 8 p. m. ;
Sunday school 10 a: m. ay. i
l\fom-I Wednesday Prayer meeting mGHf.ANuBAPTIST' ..
Ing Worship, 11 a. m. Mr. and Mrs. McCarthy of --
[ ?:30 p. m.Everyone. CHURCH
Union, 6:30 p. 'hrenirgWor'' Jacksenvflle visited Mr. and Mrs. .
welcome. OF LltFE
Sunday School ti5 al: m. Paul Smith and '!
ship, 7:30: p. m. Rev. Billy Bryant family on Sun-
Morning Worship} If'a., H*. and .
day. i -- --
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pastor. HAMPTON CHRISTIAN 7:30 p m. Prayer Meeting: each _. ...;t j4 j I f,*.
St. Edward's Catholic Church Guests of Mr. and Mrs. #
CHURCH Wednesday 7:30 p; m Rev. \ last week and during N! CHURCH POM ALL

Sterke Florida Sunday Bible School 10 a. George Ckism pastor. Everybody I flie" weekend were Mrs. Daisy! ;, ALL FOR rot cnuRtaiWould
Sunday Mass at 10 a. m. TW Omrdt m the jtwiea' f clor _;
11"a.. welcome- it really help to have instrument to
m. an
I m. Morning Worship ;
; I.ipham of Plant City. Mrs Alice
Holyday Masses'at I i ii Milk (for ** luiIJin .! hirKlM Wi4MIVIVC. x
.8:30: a. m. & and CHURCtf Of GOta I! ; predict tHe norms oftile |
serve 7 m, Pray
Evening p.
5:30 I I i iaftgford-of Lake Butler. Mr. and i. d el.iaeaJI p. Ii r a stoteha .e aw..it.al
p. v 7:30p. Sunday School;10 a. m. MornIBS' i I
I er meetnsT every Tuesday iMrs. Flank Rowe and Mr. and .1.a.a 0i&r
Mass at 8:00: a. m. I I Sunday I'i Wheit the barometer fXas it's00 late' to build a Mrar
John White pastor. Worship, 11 a. m. .. ...
m. Mr d & .irilir.ti.
I J. Burnsed of Glen St. I kr
Confessions walt or to' a eyelon cellar. Wise mel\ 4 ,.
: Saturday 7 to 8 Evening Service f:45: pi tits-'YPB sea dig prepare .
I Maiws; Mrs. C. C. Booth i fccfv we row ovBv nvsomky
P. m. CHD1tVULanky .! and twodaughters' when the wind is calm. A leaking roof must be mended
FAITH BAPTIST Service Wednesday7:45; : p.flf yh..ld anrad.eructo
frrrf ftnou I
of Gainesville. Mr. and while the inn shines;
Baptisms, marriages and instructions Prayer. Meeting Friday, 7:4: $p. m I'Mrs.I Dan Wainwright. Mrs. FaY'' triukrly ted nippon At Owidu Tt jr
by appointment. For h.w. phi Fst kit 3
Li4wir: I : (tf (2)
A. E Massey, Pastor Dorban and daughter The Church does claim barometer
I Mr. and not to provide a ;: cKiUm't phi (}) For ix .f kit
CHURCH OF CHRIST Bible school, 10 a. .m. Sunday School. ,. Itr a. m. MornIng i. Mm. fob Pane of Jacksonville of life. But Tt preaches every Sunday the spiritualrradinttt : commiuulf a.d Mko*. (4> For At .!. t

C. L. 'Overture Jr, Minister Preaching, 11 a.. nt. Worship, 11 a. m. TPl Serv- 'Mr. and Mrs., If C.Kelly and Mr. :Iwfaitfh climaxed Christ'SentOD 'ra .the sf thr Cfc.rth 'Hrlf. iidl Medi Uwal a

Sunday smway School. 10 Evening Service; 7:30 P' m. Saturday, 7ffi.. p. a.. and Mrs. .'H. C. Wainwright. Mount: i. u4 .alcrul nppod PU to f* I

a. m., '' i Bible Study ,and Prayer ..Meet .Mr. and Mrs.. Milo Smith and 3* to chord," .hty ..J p. 11 W
morning'service/11 i. m., K.NGELEY LL15@MISSIONL '' "Whosoever heareth these sayings of mine and
ing, 7:30 pm.; Wed&esday. family left Monday for a visit'
evening service; 6:30 p. m. W BAP'l'tS'tSu."tt1ay' doeth them, I will liken him 'Unto a wise man- which
Radio 8 to 8:30 Kith Mrs.
au Smith's
program parents Mr. -
... built his Muse rock:
SchdDl'9:45 a.m. Kor1IJ' Upon let6 fi
each apw
Sunday over station .ard-'Mrs. Dale Mitchell. }
Madison AUGR. Starke. ng *r Mrs ih
Street and O. J. Anders attended ftadty
"And the descended and the floods and .
Service 7:30: pj Prayee'Jfeetinreach rZ m came, s t-is
a Sing at Kingsley Lake I the winds New and.beat'up' n that bouse.-' '. T. at J.1o I rcir t
Baptist Church LAWTEY CHURCH OF CHRIST Wednesd'aY'.1:3Erp.m. Everyone Baptist Church on Sunday afternoon" Wtdoetdiy Joiis i sPC
welcome:-Key. H a. Kbtt, : S Tk,_ Job a 141
(presently meeting in City Hall) l and< later: mretr M'1'' $. Vfc-- s "And it fell not: for it was founded upon a rock.* Joao e t

(900 Block W. Madison St) Sunday-Bible study, 10' a. m., pastof. kie Sanders ill Middleburg-: I l Ja+a .. / itl Y 1
Services Each Lord's Day worship 11 a. In.EveningYoung. .....W f.. tff.ftf' Mrs. Hester Hick was a Friday > *-

people's Bible rs overnight guest of her sister;: n '-* rr-s l

Sunday School 9:-13 A.M.: study, 7; preaching, 7:30. LATEYr ( Mrs. Marion Marrs of JackfcofiIvJlle. (-! COpdrr/hf.195f. .,Ktattt'. Adv. Service,Stntburf, Ya"'

Wednesday-Bible study, 7:30p. .
I On
Morning Worship II:00 .\M. Saturday they drove to . ........ .
m. Daytona Beach for a visit with : rF'": -: -":" ;" :r::'::='. : ..:- --: :, .

Training Union 6:45: P.M. Radio l'rogramStaUOD $ Mr*. Joys T. FotckAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. I Mrs. Hicks' soninlawand f

Evening Worship 8:00 P.M. WRGR Monday, 6:3p a. m. 1 I daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd .T..{ ?':!.t.. <..a..xm..rnx'w..oar.< -W 'lv.VJijiKA..v.....'.&..-;;;r.siivxir, -".'":!!'- ..irff-iit-riivri-h'-tf: .. ff"..,.fTC,'*'::_<<:rxr'yr ;;t II I
1 Ii I
Martin and son. i
Mr. and Mrs. Perry Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Dinkins
Wednesday 8:00 P'I.NUl'M'r BAPTIST CHURCH and Mrs; Edward Ragen of'I"ere Sunday dinner guests of Mr. These Vital Messages Sponsored As A Public Service

For Hampton ana Mr. and Mrs. Riley |and Mrs. Horace Cox at their
) Open All ServicesA ,
Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morn-
Cordial Dixon of Palatka were Sunday home on Lake SantaFe..
ExtendedTo tng Worship, 11 a. m. Training guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Ta- Mrs. Edward
j : Massey and children -
All Who Will Worship With Union, 6:3u p. m. Evening Wor tum.Mr. and Miss Sherry'' McCarthy GASOLINE < JOHN A. TORODE GREASE

Us. ship, 7:30: p. m. Prayer Meeting and Mrs. Troy Bennett and !were guests of her parents. Mr. I .

Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Everyone grandson Wayne and Keith Mr. I I and Mrs. Riley Dixon of Palatka, FUEL OIL KEROSEXELUBRICATION
Mabry Jr. Pastor I
I welcome.- Rev. H. R. Carter, and Mrs. S. H. Thompson of"Lake Friday.

i Pastor. Butler, and Mr. and Mrs. Gary Miss Sherry McCarthy spent MINERAL t

Bennett and son. were in Jacksonville : the weekend with her parents .

!; on Sunday to help little Mr. and Mrs. G. V. McCarthy of OILS SPIRITS

FIRST BAPTIST Church. Starke Robbie Williamson celebrate his Jacksonville I

Lit thday anniversary with a partyat Dr. J. E. McKinley, District I ..

the home of his parents, Mr. Superintendent of Gainesville FIRESTONE TIRES INSECTICIDES
Rei. Lewis D. Haines, Pastor and Mrs. Glen Williamson.Mr. .
conducted w v4q
services at the Methodist -
Jefferson and Court Streets In the Heart of Town and Mrs. L. W. Baldwin of Church on Sunday evening.

Starke who had been business After the service quarterly Con- FOR KEROSENE OR FUEL OIL I
Phones: Office WO 4-6801 Pastorium WO 9.2301 visitors to Macon Ga., called on
ference held.
Mrs. Mary Reddish and the Bryant Mrs. J.was W Andrew Jr. of Starke Madison and Cherry St. PHONE WO 9-2011 Starke, Fla.W.TVJACKSQN .
SUNDAY SERMONS11:00: A.M. -7:30 P.M. Reddishes Sunday afternoon.Rev. I
and Mrs. Effie Miner
were Sunday I
and Mrs. Earl Moses visited ''I
Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Trainin gUnion 6:15 P.M. guests of Mrs. Bettie Miner and .
Rev. and Mrs. James Shilling sons in Jacksonville.Mr. ,

Midweek Service Wednesday 7:30 P.M. and son in Lake City, Saturday and Mrs. Nelson Blocker i I
and sons of Lake City were guestsof !
A FRIENDLY WELCOME AWAITS YOU Mrs. Brad Norton carried her Mrs. Blocker's mother, Mrs A.

mother, Mrs. Selma Eunice to H. Harley on Saturday. Mayor of,Starke Associate Store Furniture Real Estate I
Jacksonville, Saturday for a .
Mrs. Bettie Miner and sons of -4.Denmark
check with her doctor. He discovered L
up Jacksonville were guests of Mrs": d
that she' has a broken Effie Miner on Thursday. __ V
bone in her shoulder and will S
I I Charley Sapp of Lake City and V
be confiend to her home for GEMJEWELRY
his Mrs.
daughter Beulah
; Mct Furniture &
SamRosenberg Son
tcmetime. We pray she will havea t Daniel of Jacksonville called on : -

speedy recovery ,: friends here on Monday. Of Starke New and Used FurnitureFARM I
REVIVAL Don Hundley of Ohio was the Mr. and Mrs. Joe' Lane and ,
weekend guest orhis brother, G. ; : N. L. WOODBURN i
# | family of Deland were Saturday it t
r w r K. Hundley and family. 'overnight guests of Mrs. Selma

? ,. Mrs. Fay Durban and daughter( Eunice: and Mr. and Mrs. Brad .
4 a of Jacksonville visited their par- i Norton.

et ents. Mr. and Mrs H. C. Wain- I EDWARDS'Grocery J & J HOME

bright and the Ed Durbans on ......YY..r .r '''- -.
BAPTIST Sunday. arid Market Building Supplies Inc. And- Auto'Supply V
Rev. and Mrs. Roy Mallard and THERESSA .
Mrs. L. S. Ellison of Jacksonville
.sited Rev. and .Mes. Earl Moses u

and Mr. and Mrs. Troy Bennetton By Ruth GriffisThe t -, ---- .

Saturday.Mr.. and .Mrs. O.' J. Phillips LAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAj Community State Bank HARDY BROTHERS BROWNLEE

with Mr. and Mrs. James Phillips revival;that started at Hope I

;crd daughter of Starfee were in Church last SUnday will continue Of Starke Motor Company & CHASTEENSMJTTY'S

: APR. 6 THRU 12 Callahan on Sunday for a visit through this Sunday April 12 .
with Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Phillips with Rev. Thomas Barnard of

'-, and sons. I Georgia as the'evangelist: Come i iLAWSON'S 1,1

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Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Raulerson: and join us in these last few

rnd daughters visited Mr. and meetings; Special song service

Mrs. R. P. Tyson in Jacksonvilleon I each night at 7:30 and preachingat WARREN'SShell I'

Rev. Thomas Barnard Evangelist/; Saturday.Mrs. 8. 'and Market. .
Grocery Barber
Nancy Keene and the Allen Work is progressing slowly but Station. Shop I
harts spent Sunday with Miss :I surely on recreation facilities at l.-

Carrie Lee Hart and J. W. Hart'the Community House! The rains I I I
I slowed' thingsd but the -- '
m Bell. I'
Inspirational Singing 7:30 Nightly Mrs. Marion Tucker and family pt1nt1nglmprovmttnts to build:

of Jacksonville were Sunday)lngs"and ground; and paving another GIB'BROWNSGUS: ANDREWS TERWILLEGARMOTORS Iii

wrests of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Tanner -|' section of the skating rink. -. ,. .. .

and family. f are getting under way now. Service_ Station Real Estate 11'1( I
EVERYONE WELCOME The IT.: R. Crawford family of Mrs. Martha Byrnes of Eau : I Your Authorized Ford
i Jacksonville spent Sunday' with Gallic has been visiting her sii- II !

I the Ray Crawfords. !! ter. Mrs. Robert Strunk. and her I

We are glad "to report that'I mother; Mrs A. Stafford, who was ; ,
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FT YYT T YYYY' yyy! y yy y held honoring Betty ,Ruth TYson Bus Romance 3.. The ,Farmers Sampson in charger To all of these I Ruey Tetstcne of Jacksonville. i I recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. issue the enforr reach mrnt warrant.>f :>rdinance.11I d >t

COLORED Yvonne Young, and Barbara Sue Daughter, 4. In the Suds and 5. 'services you are,ccrdially invited. Mrs. Edd Polk and son Rcnadct.Mrs..C ,T. W. Markey. raid c.iy t.> be .s;< ... j oil
INTEREST McMillan. Refreshments were furnished Oh Baby! Remember our ,sick' and .shut-ins J. Tetstone and children Mr. and Mrs. Udell Vauhn: of the limits their of Issuance said city, servi; to-.-relatr and>,
by the parents. Beautifulcup Last Saturday the senior class with your prayers and gifts. E. J.j visited Mrs. Dewey Fowler return
CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYBy cakes covered with chocolateand Celebrated "Senior Day" by taking Givens reporter. and Mrs. H. B. Stokes in Starke Lake Butler were Wednesday Dated: April 1st 1959
I I night guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. CSijmed) Carl Johns, City Clerk
Easter made and educational Bethlehem Freewill Wednesday.
eggs were an tour to FloridaA Baptist City of Starke. Kla.
Ozora J. SheD furnished by patrons Queen Es- & M University and Tallahassee Church Rev. L. McKay, pastor,I i We are happy to see Jane and W. Markey. .1a 1J It 4 ?

AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHeroine ther Green and Margaret DeSue. where they met many seniors held regular services all day Sun-1.Ruth Mann home after having Mrs. Malcolm Lewis spent the
t Other parents were responsiblefor from other schools over the state. day. The spirit was high: all day |I I their tonsils out last week in weekend in Largo. She was accompanied TO NOT1CK WHOM OK ITI 1.F.Gt"ITIO A CONCERN

, fried chicken, toss salad and Much food and fun and a delightful and services were enjoyed by all the Lake Butler hospital. The home 'by her children Nonce i II" hereby given of intentionto
To Meet Conservation WeekConservation Eddie and Cathy who had enjoyeda apply to the 199 Session of theFlorida
cherry punch. On this day we trip for everyone. Clar- in attendance. fills are both doing fine.
. Most Ancient Matron Sophia Week was observed had 100 per cent attendance of ence Williams, local patron was Sunday at 11 a. m. the Fellow- Mr. and Mrs, Jack Maxwell week visit with their grand- I an Legislature for passage of

Royalis calling a very important at Anderson Jr. Hi. by present- regular and pre-school pupils. bus driver. ship service will be held at our and J. C. Maxwell of Charleston.S. mother. artAn art to provide for the compensation

meeting 'which is also the regular ing as guest speaker William S. The new pre-school pupils who The girl's Glee Club made its church. We are extending a very visited the A. I. Mann fami- Rev. L. L. Parker announcedthat clerks serving of inspectors at State and and

meeting date April 15, at 4 Has Soil Conservation workerfor recently enrolled are James Wil- first appearance in chapel this warm welcome to one and all. ly fcr several days last week. The the revival at the New River County elections held in Bradford .

p. m. All members of 'Ruth Court Bradford and Baker Counties. hams and Shirley Ann Williams. past Wednesday.Last The following weekly scheduleis Maxwells and the Manns enjoyed Baptist Church was a huge suc- Counh.. Date' : March %.. 195J;;
No. 18 are urged to be present. Mr Haas was presented by Supervisor children of Sallie Williams, local Wednesday night PTA held observed: Mcnday 7:30 p. m. a fishing trip to Lockloosee Lake cess. Rev. James Temple brought Signed: Charles A. Darby. Clerk
This will be the last meeting this Shell as a graduate of I Bradford County Hoard of CountyCommssioner'
business woman. regular meeting and raffled a box Faithful Few Club meeting; Tues Monday and had a large string same wonderful and inspiring : Starke. FloridaIt
side of Grand Lodge in Jackson- [ University of Florida, Civil De- The visitors at the party included 'cf groceries which was won by day 7:30 Choir rehearsal; Wednesday I of specks for their efforts. messages. The congregation enjoyed 42
ville. This,is a "must" call from | lime Director of our county, and our supervisor and Eugene I Harold Mitchell cf South Starke. 7:30 Prayer meeting; Friday -!I Rev. and Mrs. Thomas of High an old fashion dinner on
your M. A. M.Let's come out and [ 'alrman of Conservation Needs who visitinghis Lehnon 7:30 I'''Springs
Adams cousin luncheon
was levy president, Minne Prayer Band. Join this were Sunday the grounds. Sunday.
get on the square so that the del- Committee fcr Bradford County.He sick Ollie Mae Lon- Belle of Mrs. S. Mott.
mother Wheeler reporter. group on Friday nite and light up guests M. Mrs. F. L. Clark is I i GAY'SHome
egates will be able to make a good gave a very interesting talk don who was hospitalized at First! Social Club the sick room of some worthy., Mr. 'and Mrs. J. B. Russ of open

report. Worship Master Damon on the soil conservation program Bradford County Hospital. Adams The last regular monthly meet- Christian with prayer and song. Apcpka visited friends and rela'ti.es fcr business in her beauty shop I
:Dell is expected to be present at from the national, state, district lives in Asbury Park. N. J. but ing of the Fiesta Social Club was Mary McBride, reporter. !I here Sunday. near her home. Anyone wishing I AppliancesYour

this me'tL1g.Basketbai! and local levels. He showed several was very impressed with our little held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Pleasant Grove Methodist Church I| Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Stokes lo contact her may do so at 2601.1

: icurnament slides which illustrated the school. Watch this paper for the Eli Graham of Keller Street. The Rev. H. J. Blunt, pastor held I and children of Alachua visited We of the community are happy [ Friendly
program in color. Mr. Haas will date of school closing exer- next will regular services all I Mrs. H. E. Stokes to see this addition in business. I
C. C Anderson Junior High, our regular meeting be heldat day last Sun Sunday.
be invited to return at a later Norge Dealer
School "'I 11! sponsor an intramural cise and pre-school graduation.M. : the home of Mr. and Mrs. day. This Sunday we will worship Mrs. Joyce Cast lin and sons NEW RIVERBAPTIST
date and talk to the pupils about E. Roberts, principal, Amanda- 'James Dean of N. Pine Street. All with the Brooker church at 2 and Mrs. C. L. Atkinson were
basketball tournament on the CHURCH O NORGE ArPIJANCESMAYTAG
Civil Defense. The was
: program lene Chandler, reporter. members are urged to be present. 1-. m. Program will be presentedby .weekend guests of Mr. and::! Mrs.
April 13 and 14. Different sponsored Mesdames: Donald Sunday School, 10 a. m. Wor S WASHERSCOLEMAN
campus; Annual Spring Stage Show Gloria Graham, reporter. the Spiritual Echoes. I I Casey Atkinson of Fort Lauder-
and will be and Johnson. ship your 11 a. m. Evening Serve -
grades groups competI I Come one! Come all! to the Carnation Club Don't forget Women's and '
for the The Womanless Wedding dale.Mrs. : 1 y. m. Prayer :Meeting S : HEATERS and
ing spon-
campus championship. greatest spring show of the seasonon The Carnation Social Saving Men's Day at the church on the : C./'L. Atkinson and Tony
will the PTA-Hobby Club was Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. eae.1 FLOOR FURNACESWe
The tournarvnt at sored
begin by
1.. Tuesday, April 14 at Kelly's Club held the last meeting at the third Sunday. Mrs. L. M. Royal Castelin visited Mrs. Reed Lewis
p. m. Tuesc >--. April 13. Movie, night. C. Johnson, reporter, C. C. Nite Limit starting at 8 p. m. Reno Theater with Mrs. Maybell will be speaker for the women ':'in Starke Monday. i I Service AH MakesOf

tonight, Api' 9 a; the school. Anderson, principal. Linwood The M. C. will be Yvonne Daniels Hamilton! serving as hostess. Much Principal C. C. Anderson will be I Mr. pnd Mrs. F. L. Clark and, I. MVTHK OK I.KIM,\TIOVTO I
The,main fl:1: ure is "Wild Blue a great success, last Tuesday WHOM IT MAT fO.NTKKXXotic : I Appliances
star of radio station WOBS Jack- old and new business was trans- speaker for the men. j Air. and Mrs. Clark and daughter. '
i* hereby given of intention
Yonder, ir nig at 8 p. m. The Crawford Pres. sonville. Tots and Teens will be acted. At 6 p. m. Rev. Burrough of St. : Mamie visited Mr. and Mrs. A. (. In 31)pljto the 1859! : S*<>!inn of the PI10XE: WO 4-7311
parents z \ r ipils are cordially U'ateroak School News features in their latest Easter Sunday afternoon the club will John Baptist Church Orange ; t:. Reeder and Mr. and Mrs. Flor'cla legislature for passage of Starke, Florida

invited to atte.id.: The Easter Birthday party was and Spring fashions. A variety worship at Allen Chapel A-MJ! Park will preach a 20 minute sermon : Charles Ryles of Jacksonville I i an artTn authorize and empower the

r talent show will be presentedwith Church. followed by a 20 min. sermon Monday. I clerk f.f the City of Starke to

plenty of good music and The club will present the 10th by Elder S.. White of Free 1 Mrs. Eloise Eatmon and children -- "!
fun for all. This program is being Anniversary program on the Caanan Church of God in Unity.At of Lake City visited Mrs. I r I I ALVAREZ' STORE : Clothing t.A I
COMPLETE TREE SERVICE sponsored in the interest of the Fourth Sunday, April 26, at Mt. 7:30 p. m. Brooker choir will : F. L. Clark, Monday. I EstablisMen's hed 1894

f May Day drive for Anderson Meriah Methodist Church. Watch render the music. Mrs. Pearl Pridemore of Tamoa I

Cavity Work School by Miss Cromity and Mesdames this paper for the announcementof On the third Sunday to culminate accompanied Mrs. James Pride- -
.. Donald and Richardson.Your the guest speaker. All members Women and Men's Day we more of Pompano and Mrs. Fryer -
Tree Removal when needRELIABLE
Bracing patronage will be greatly and friends are asked to 1 will have a group of visiting sing- of Tenn. to the home of Mr. you

De-Mossing; Transplanting appreciated. plan! now to attend this celebra- ers along with the Spiritual echoesto and Mrs. A. F. McDavid where

Free Inspection and EstimatesSAPP'S Additional Funds present a program starting at Mrs. James Pridemore and Mrs. I

Mrs. M. E. Roberts reported tion.The next reeular meeting April 7:30 p. m. To all of these activi- Fryer will remain for a few days GAS SERVICETHINK
M.30 more on the Heart Fund 20, will be held at the home of ties you are cordially invited. Re- visiting the McDavid family.
TREE SURGEONSPETE Drive which increased the Water- Mrs. Alma Jenkins. All membersare member you must support and Miss Marsha Mabley of Alachuawas

oak school total to $10.75. Dr..' asked to be present so we follow the Spiritual Echoes, they the weekend guest of Miss OF SLADE GAS

SAPP Owner Jennings was very surprised and can complete plans for our anniversary are ycur very own products. May Sue McDavid.
grateful for this supplementaryreport. celebration. Mrs. W. Bell Dell, reporter. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis and

STARKE PHONE WO 4-3965 Brooks,:president, A. Jenkins, reporter Antioch Baptist Church son of Gainesville were Sunday TANKS FROM I 5 GALLONS TO 1,0000111W

P. 0. Box 774 Phone EA 5-4887 Palatka, Fla. Red Cross DriveC. :'"*' Rev. George W. Lee pastor held luncheon guests of Mr. and Mrs.N. .

AGENTS C. Anderson, chairman of the"Ebony" Sick Father regular services all day starting J. Davis. PHONE WO -13551Ritch's
division of the Red Cross Sunday afternoon George Sapp with Sunday School, Supt. Clarence N. J. Davis and F. B. Davisspent I
Phone FR 6-2661 Phone MA 9-3617
will be calling on you for renewalof left the city for Dawson. Ga. Williams in charge. Lessonwas the weekend in the Scrub. '
Gainesville Fla. Ocala Fla. membership and as many new where he will go to the bedside of\ reviewed by Willie Brown. I Little Melissia Ann Gano of'
Phone 1651 Lake City, Fla. members Remember who is Minnie I Ii I Swan Lake spent several days
as possible. his father Rev. Sapp seriously ;Visitors included Sisters : Fruit & Gifts Starke Fla
For Expert Tree Surgery Call Our Agent March is Red Cross month so we ) ill. George is a native of i Smith, Marion Dell and Robert last week with her grandmother, ,
are already late coming to see Georgia but has lived in Starkefor Milton Ellerson. Out of town Mrs. R. F, Gano.
you. Please have your contribu- many many years. He lives on t nests included members of the Mr. and Mrs. Harold Norman, .
224 N. Ave. Phone WO 4.3965 .i :
t Temple the Mr. and :Mrs. James Hamilton and 1f
licns ready. The program I Florida Street at the residenceof Le Belle Club Mesdames Jenkins,

t American Red Cross speaks for: Ollie Mae Cummings. Our Sympathy Johnson D. Gooding, M. Gooding, Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Hamilton trUft

itself. I II goes out to him during this G. Steele M. Lee and B. Lennon. attended the Rodeo in Palatka n

I Students are asked to enroll period. The members were presented by Saturday night. ...an.Ksl lEtaLEt EIS i 0 ,
i the Junior Red which W. H. Harrell and J. C. Harrell ,
in Cross Dell Chapter O. E. S. Mrs. Marjorie Johnson teacher I
STARKE CABINET WORKS ) : has the following motto: "We believe Dell Chapter No. 168 of the rf Shell Elementary Hawthorne, attended the funeral of Mrs. Hat- ,
in service for others for will hold tie Harrell in Jacksonville Sat-
our Order of Eastern Star who presented a donation to the j
d country, and fcr our school, in ipeiilar meetine. tcnisht. which church for charity. Gift was as- urday afternoon.Mr. I
I health of mind and body to fit i will embrace the Grand Lodge. 'epted by Deacon Andrew Allen, and Mrs. Curtis Beach and

CUSTOM STYLED CABINETS us for greater service, and in Worthv Matron Janie S. Mitchellask i thaw man of the Board. Responsein son Dewitte of Gainesville visited I
working for better human relations I all members to please be. behalf of the membership was Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Harrell and
Styling anrj l Finishes to Match Decor of Mrs. Loca. Waters, Sunday. Mrs. \
throughout the world. We >present and keep the chapter madgiby) upervi OC. Shell. The
Your Requirements have joined the American Junior afve. She is still convalescing at' nastor 'will'' leave for the State Waters accompanied them home J
and will remain for few
Red Cross to help achieve our her home after several months of Convention during this week. A. a days r tucfi
aapc ct5( s
Kitchen Cabinets Counters Bar Tops and Fixtures rims by working together with llness. All members of the chap-.' Williams, reporter. vu.it. I i
Store Fixtures and Alterations members everywhere in our own ter are seriously urged to be pres- Little Romona Harrell celebrated .- n : M s
Table Tops ....... her anni- L ,
and other lands. JOIN TODAY, ent as business of vital importance .yy. yyyy.yy.1Vt eighth birthday -
Cornices Furniture Repairs Plastic Fabricating I It J E In The News must be transacted. Bertis versary at the home of the W. E.
u. s. 301 SOUTH
(Formica, Texolite, :Micarta, and others) Ceramic There are 39 seniors in the Robinson, reporter. BROOKER BighainJr. family Saturday night. STARKE, FLA. PIL: WO 4-0575

Tile Tops for Kitchen Base Cabinets and anities. graduating class for this year New Reporter Mr. and. Mrs. Jack Markey of Ornamental Concrete Products

which is the largest in the.bis- Mary McBride student of R J E Atlanta Ga. and Mr.,and Mrs. J. "WHOLESALE TO EVERYONE"
Contracting on Residential and Commercial Repairs, By Barbara Sue Davis.aaaa.aaa.ataautaaaai M. Markey AVaycross, Ga. were
tory of the school. The sponsors, has been appointed news reporterfor
Additions, Trim, and Finish Work. Mrs. F. S. Pierce, in an effort to her church, Bethlehem Free- .

present .each :student Jo pu before will Baptist Church. We wish to
Mr and Mrs. E. C. Lewis of
they lea ve,..has selected five them for putting the
All Work Guaranteed Estimates Given congratulate
-- Starke were Sunday guests of the
one-act plays which will be presented voung people to work. What has .Wcodrow Thomas family. NowABhkwIarin !

Owned and Operated by George W. Ricks on Friday night April 10, :happened to some of the other Miss Jo Ann Thomas of Jack-
at r8 p.m. :the seniors who .receive reporters?
300 East Call St. Starke, ccnville was the weekend guest
the, most applause for ,{their Church NewsEbenezer of her father Troy Thomas and ,
"No Job Too Small or Too Large" play presentation will be given a Baptist Church Rev.F. sister Patricia.Mr. .

DIAL WO 4-3645 ANYTIME cash award. Persons lauded as D. Robinson, pastor held the and Mrs. J. M. Hines and
outstanding actors will also receive first anniversary for the pastor fh@ Good Food ho\11
-9" ( ton of Jacksonville and Mr. and
You can't to
5 which
I awards. afford from March 30 to April Mrs. Melvin Hines and son of
miss these plays: 1:-Eh?, 2.&hool was very successful spirituallY'and Gainesville were weekend guests :
financially. The following church-: of Mr and Mrs. D. A. Hines. .'" .
,. "s were on the program: Rev. C. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Thomasof .-.. .....! ; :.
T. Johnson and Macedonia Bao- ". i .
Gainesville was the Sunday c.. :t : -T
MORE & MORE '. .. : ,
fist Church cf Rev. G.
Hampton: .
guest of his mother, Mrs. Groover -<:;{ .n 4ftr ,
G. McArthur, Moderator and his. Thomas.Mr. ..1 .:.1't. ,, .
'r '
THEY'RE TRYING congregation and choir of St. Augustine and Mrs. Bill Jenovar and .1t.Ix:: ..

: Elder Sampson White'jnd children of Gainesville visited Mr. .. .. 0; .... ,,.
members guest choir Antioch !- I and Mrs. Woodrow Thomas, : ..
I -',. ..
BUYING Baptist, Rev. George Lee pastor Thursday night. : n. lib-crt "
a. '. t
and Rev. W. Richardson Mt.! .
.. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis and : .,} .
I ,.
; e
Pisgah A.M.E. Greeting
: Yvonne Conner of Starke visitedMr. ,,
were extended by Sisters R. Clark, and Mrs. Bishop Thomas ....-\.N", :'i<..f....;' .,.
rilE BYS7UDEBAK8R C. Bryant, R. English, and Dea- Saturday. '"":'; > "" ,

on: H. Hawkins r representing the "" '"
Mrs. Albert Rain of High ':'
different auxiliaries of the church. Springs was the Sunday luncheon 4 ;

,... ... -- .......- r Atctal of $134. was raised dur- guest of her mother, Mrs. W. R. .' :i ,.. ..;.b
this week which will the \f
'ng help Hodges.Mr. ; K
for The Lark fastest | ,.
People are going m a big way ( rmnr ,. ,
pastor to attend the State Contention .
i rvf "*>;y- and Mrs. E. W..Hodges Jr. i'lt' '.4 }. '_
sales curve in the industry). If yore a new Lark,owner,manis.t" : now in session in Talla- and children of Americus, Ga. i( ':" #:
-t" '*** **"' "*** -TW* hassee. 1 j ? co I:
: recent of Mr. andMrs. l9
were guests
DOt, discover The Lark today.) :> Here is a car that* three During the Sunday morning E. W. Hodges Sr. tilllt

feet shorter than conventional models,yet it seatS six'-_;m e spacious plc v service little Terry Long was Mrs. Wilson Green and daugh- r \\
." *. f y ,hristened. Mrs. Corean McNeilis ters attended the Tommy Bartley \\ :
comfort. It costs less to buy. less to operate. ndTb .Lark: -- .,B. the Godmother. The Teen-age water ski show in Jacksonville __

styled so tastefully its approved by" Harper's- Bazsar.\ 'Satelite-Sputnick Club," recenty Sunday afternoon. \ _
organized is open for member- Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Green and \Ute&

Come in and drive this popular beauty today...ks a i honeytSTDDEBAKER ship. For further information contact daughters and Mr. and Mrs. T. : _
Mrs. Gussie Mae Jones or W. Markey attended a surprise : '
Gwendolyn Robinson of Lincoln birthday dinner for Mrs. R. K.Dukes \ i V\\\\\

Tity. Ranell English, reporter. Sunday night in Lake But- ,j. \\; : Here's the dessert delight everybody

Allen Chapel,, AME. Church, can enjoy, even weight watchers.
lev. L. A. Sampson pastor will ler.Mr.. and Mrs. R. J. Waters of t e Tale slim Slenda Sue (formerly

'iold! regular service on Sunday for ,Dundee, v.ere' weekend guests of 81;?J f'r : TRIM) home with you today. At

trustees starting with Sunday the G. W. Davis family.Mr. r f the special low prices, you'll be, ,
>chocl at 10 a. m. Supt. Irene I and Mrs. G. W. Davis, ;. ;l able to afford all three of the14'w <

Thomas in charge. E. Thomp&lns Barbara and Dickie Davis Mr. : 'f dainty flavors Vanilla straw f

:hairman of the Trustee Board Is and Mrs. R. J. Waters, OdeD 4. berry and neopolitan.0w .

king all members to see leaders Waters and friend Anthony were ;\i, rvft

md make a contribution for the Sunday luncheon guests of Mr. '?>

naintenance of your church. Re- and Mrs. B_J. Waters. of Gaines: c s "
nember we still have some indebtedness ville. -

from new windows and Mr. and'Mrs. W. T. Blair visit

:ther things. We are counting on ed Mr. Blair's brother in .Mac-

our loyal members. and friends. to clenny Sunday.

ielp us.The Jean Andrews and Mr. and Mrs. -4* y /
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Junior Church will have Steven Kelley of Jacksonville are
Charge of the service on Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Andrews Choose our' favorite jfice l SDp F R
Discover sore 'nornin at 11 a. m. May Lois' and Mr. 'and Mrs. C. S. E

Morris, president. The Carnation': Kelley this week. milk! or ice cream a .. r

MOtORS Club will worship with us at the Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. Waters of '

afternoon service Mrs. w.Brooks,':' Apopka and Mr.: ,and ,Mrs. O 'R. 'flavor from your5' 0 9 .

.., ( resident. This program Is beingsponsored Waters of Lakeland were Sunday l
Jefferson and Court Streets Starke, Fla. by the Missionary Society. -' Luncheon guests of Mr.and Mrs. dealer's Treasure Chest of

.. E. & Givens president.At Calvin Johnson. :
LIVE BETTER BY FAR IN' A BRAND NEW CAR, 6 pm.. the evening worship Little Chuckle Tetstone was the ..... --

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VvTTyyyyyyyyyy YTYTTt (I children spent; ]last weekend in J fried chicken supper was served,I ill and also their daughters Alene Iwyyyyyy7ITT1v1vnvvvlIIEILBRONN ryyyvyylvlmlyynyy11y1 i

. I'Gainesville visiting with Mrs. I joying this occasicn with them and Helen and surely do wish Health Workers I joint session. The meeting was

MAXVILLE Ivey's brother and sister-in-law, were Dan Parrirfi, Mr. and Mrs. them a speedy recovery. I I8y HAMPTON Discuss Defense fart of the in-service trainb. held
,Mr. and :Mrs. L. K. Reynolds. I JHuddy Bradshaw of Jacksonville,
!i Mrs. Ruby Durrance: and Mrs. Under AttackPublic every two months.A. .
We are sorry to learn that Rev. I :Mr. and Mrs. Doss
By airs. C. B. NolanULLLLLLLLLL.aa..LLLLStte I Higginbotham Dora Byrd visited at St. Vincent.s I Y.
: lIne Covington Health Officer
Mrs. By D. E. IDU
[Uster Taggart is confined to St. end daughter Shirley, Mr. and Harvey McCarthyVAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Health
Hospital with Mrs. nurses and sani-
and also
director of Northeastern
Vincent's Hospital in very serious Mrs. Buford I I
Higsinbotham Mr. Albert! Smith and .also with Rev.R. 4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAASCHOOL / tarians from Bradford, Union, :
condition as the result of being !! 'nd Mrs. Rudy Higginbotham and Civil Defense Operational Area
Paul Garrett and sons Paul L. Taggart. Clay, and Baker counties met at
Stanley and Chuck pf Ja-k"omille rushed between an automobile [daughter Robin Mr. and Mrs. E. : Hello Everybody and a very NEWS Bradford County Health Dept. !1 said. "We are trying to get a plan
rrd tnrtor a few days a;o. We T). Hiccinbotham!: and sons Gary Bootsie Cannon and children pleasant day to you, and you : Eddie Hardman, a foimtr pupil down on :*
and Gene Parker of NAS Jacksonville attended the movies in Jacksonville March 30 to plan "what we woulddo paper.
dish him a speedy rconery. nnd Johnny and Mr. and Mrs. end especially )ou. i jof Hampton Elementary School, in case of attack."
visited enemy Matters
with Mr. and | discussed location
Mi?? Glcna Hiszmbotham and 'C. B. Nolan and sons Billy and Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Can- Have iou visited with Heil- visited here with his former I Sanitarians and nurses met were
Mrs. DOES Higembothsm and Trmmy Baker of Jacksonvillev.ere 3bby of Baldwin. ron \'ioit'ditl1 Mrs. Julia Grif- bronn Church during regular j teachers Mcnday afternoon. Mr. separately to discuss their : p[ sources of water which would

family Saturday night. the guests. Sunday, of Mr. .I Mr. and Mrs. George Hurst of :, fis! while they were there. services on Sundays or the midweek Hardman has just finished three i i| sibihties in civil defense and rrsponi later | remain uncontaminated in case ot

Miss June HirKrinbotham spent sr.d :Ji's. Leslie Sweat and familv. !j'D.nsmore: were guests of Mrs. Mrs. Junior Goolsby and senI prayer meeting on Wednesday -!! years in the Navy, and is at home I curing the all day meeting had a I atommc or bacterial attack as-

several days in Jacksonville last Mr Doss! Higginbotham andtlaughte .: Sarah Jane Griffis and Mrs. I I were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Les- I evenings? If ycu haven't you j i with his parents in Palatka. j rignment i of locations to personnel
week with her sister Mrs. Paul S, Shirley and June \13it- ., Evelyn Griffis and !''hc Sweat and family Sunday af- have missed hearing inspiring j Window frames eaves and overhang team from the University of
.I daughter, i j recruiting volunteers, and ma-
Garrett and familv. ''cd I with Rev. R. L. Taggart in St. !I I unday. ternoon. messages rendered by the Pastor, i of the roof of the school Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Matchett .

Miss Bonnie Padgett had: as her Vincent's Hospital in Jacksonville I Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Hi:::ginbot- I Rev. Otis T. Jones along with building have been painted a 'II attended the services. terials.
Mr and Mrs.
Kyle Cannon and I' I
overnight guests last Sunday Sunday.i daughter :, ham and daughter Robin and : the beautiful gospel singing: by blight green. The rest of the Robert Cooper, son of Mr. and The problem and responsibilitiesof

night Miss Linda Waters. i i I Miss Bonnie Padgett spent the 'I dinner Ginger were Sunday !Miss Gloria Iigginbotham and our young special singers Mrs. building will be painted as soon !!! Mrs. C. L. Cooper of Starke visit- the Health Dept. would be great
i guests of Mr. and Mrs. .Tommy Baker I! Otis T. Jones, Mrs. Lamar Reddish as possible I!I I ed services at Hampton Baptist I
Misses Shirley and June HigE'nbctham ray with Miss Linda Waters last I Harold Davis and family in Jack- of Jacksonvillewere according to Mrs. II I!! I. eiether in an attack which might
guests of and Miss Joyce Morgan. Miss Ola M. Perkins The' Church Sunday while home on
: and Miss Marie Tag- Saturday.Mr. sonville. supper Mr. I.I principal. : I bring fall-oil here or if refugees
gart visited Mrs. Albert Smith at and Mrs. Harry 1'ad:ettvinted I Mrs. Leslie Sweat and family Linda Gas ins. Miss Patricia : shrubbery which surrcunds the furlough! from the Air Force. He I
the St. Vincent's horpital in Jack in Middleburg Sunday Mrs. C. B. Nolan and son Bobby Sunday night Jones Jimmie Lee Glen Norman! building has been trimmed off, has been stationed at Biloxi, j I came o this area from attack

sonville. Sunday. With Mr. and Mrs. Bud Mosley. visited in Maxville Saturday I Bobby Nolan of Baldwin hasten and! little Ray Norman. Yes sir. since it was planted close to the Miss., attending an airforce I points, such as Green Cove Springs

Mrs. D. J. Parnsh and ton. Birthday SuoptrMi fternocn with Mrs. Dorothy Wa- 'II' playing ball with severalof we have good preaching and singing building outside walls could not school. I or Jacksonville, Dr. Covington
I ters and family Mrs. Hattie Nc- i I plus the kind of Christian be painted with it it Mr. and Mrs. Ed Clouse and
David and daughter Patty and D. J. Pairi-sh entertained. can the Maxville boys and they as high as pointed out, "The disposal problem,
and Mr.
and Mrs. Vince Pal-I TeUcwship and will :, his mother, Mrs. Clouse of Brad-
en- was.
Mrs. Hattie Nolan attended a lit her home last Friday night. ka. are all in hopes of getting up a you yours i alone is a big one, but would haveto :
joy. When :you have the The date of graduation has enton. visited here Friday with j
team again this i
birthday party in honor of Miss April 3. with a birthday supper year. oppor-I I. be met and solved."
The annual school supper will tunity come and be with :? set for Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Hill. j
Lana Nolan at the home of her Irr her husband D. J. and her : Miss Ginger Cannon and Mrs.
be held at the Baldwin School on tle country church that wants June 2. Rev. W. P. McElroy of Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Crawford ) embers were assigned work
parents, Mr and Mrs J. C. Nolanin mother-in-law Mrs. Dan Parnsh Dewey McPherson were visitors'n I
rriday night May 1. and all of ,, and needs each of you. I.i Hampton Baptist Church will deliver started work this week on a car- i which will be reported on at the
Jacksonville last Thursday \\ho iebrate the same birthday i! : Callahan Monday. .
the Maxville mothers are asked to|: Deepest sympathy is extended the l. calaureate sermon port addition on the side frontof
night. annivwsuy April 3. A delicious 'i Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Willkinson. I June meeting.
'onate' cakes and this their home.
pies year. to Mrs. Floyd Cowart and Mrs. en Sunday afternoon. May 31.
Mr. and Mrs N E Ivev and along with birthday cakes End Jr.
and and
family Mrs.
If :?ou are willing:: please get in I Ii Gladys Charlie Cowart in the loss of I Both programs will be held in the i I .
1 I i touch with Mrs. C. B. Nolan, so vie ; Copeland and family enjoyed an their beloved father H. M. Nix i:school; auditorium. ..
will know just how many cakes outing at Kincsley! Lake Sunday. who passed away last week. 1 Caps and gowns for graduation I 0\1

Bpd pies to ccunt on. j Sidney Higdon is becoming avery Both were with their father in rave already been ordered and I 1Po>

Mrs. Kathleen Hires of Jack- premising young player for Hcu ton. Texas at the time of his the pupils are looking forwardto I

ontille \'i'itrd1th Miss Shirley the Baldwin High School basketball death. May the good Lord bless their arrival, Mrs. Perkins I!

Iliecmbotham Saturday afteri team this year. Good luck and comfort each member of this said. The 1958-59 school term ,

*;Th_, l! GLADES '._ i on. i I Sidney. fine man's family and his many I will end on June 2. I )
: Mrs. Dcrothy Waters. Ed Bubbie friends only He and He alone The books which ord-
as new were
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5lSg .. ;* i iV <,< !J'tt'i"ite1 in Jacksonville last everyone was able to attend } have arrived and are rapidly i ,
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t ?;/; -." .. .. Yii J"SSN'ifffi Seat, ., Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Jack EVERGREEN the elementary PTA meeting being catalougued. I
Waters and family. i I held in the Elementary Cafeteria Personals :
$ Moore Haven
s \ flaby Smith Z I By Stanley Crawford Tuesday evening of this week. Mr. and Mrs. James Baker of
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;- .. : I Mr. and Mrs. Albert Smith an- Mrs. Canova, music teacher was Detroit: Mich are the parents ofa Ease Engine Toil
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H. :tia: ... I flounce the arrival of a 7 lb. 8 I II to have charge of the program daughter. Judy Lynn, born Sun-I
,L;p1.'r ?< "'-l : "': IIJ'J \\t,7.. baby daughter born Friday j i II I Mr. and Mrs. Eugene McDonaldand and the meeting had been desig- day, April 5, in Detrait. She

.:',2 .. J',. m -.._ { April 3 in St. Vincent's Hospital children and Garry Walker nated as "Father's Night. If you weighed 6 Ib.<;., 7 oz. Mrs. Baker i; with this New Oil !
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._. .... _' .' -"#." -'" .l.Jt.: r. 11,'.-!';-F'\.i./fI;.:): I i i in Jack!'=cnviHc. The young lady. visited Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Grif- didn't get to attend this month's i& the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. !!

-.-.; -_ .wAll ..":' .... ". .:' 'i; has been named Roxanne. fis over the weekend. activities plan now to be presentfor Hershel Parker of Hampton. ;
THI fM9US : ... =- '. ."hrJ' Revival Sen iresj I These two boys now in service the May meeting which will be Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lott and ... .. ... .. .,.,.........- .... """""" "' .. :
,CIo' tTPSISS" -.. .' -. : Just reminder to attend the the first Children moved last week from .,.: : ;:; ; .y. : : 7;ui "
OAiiNG lANCMAtX!' : .. '._ j I.: a j i would like to hear from their Tuesday evening. of the [ .. 4 !
.' ;tt( (! i evival services at the Long i I friends. Pvt. month. Starke to the house next door to .::.'.. :;::?' \...:.>.,.gt<<,'.v > '$. > .'<::!1k. .. ..w.::. .. :: i. 1f. \
: 1'rarch Church week I James M. Gaskins Watch this week Hall. : '' : :" v
1. Baptist this column next Mr. and Mrs. Lynn j f.:: ? : ; >
Glades County came into existence in 1921 : which will' continue through Sun- !I US 53316084. Co. A 2nd Bn. 1st for a report by Mrs. E. L. Cox on I Mrs. Arthur Gaskins and chili i "'.. t5' 'D' .::::..b... KooImotor/.,......f.i 0
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one of the 5 counties bitn of the division of De- I dayApril! 12. Rev. Johnny Perry i Tng. Regt. Fort Jackson, S. C. the Heilbronn Demonstration Club, ciren of Tallahassee visited here I [ : > >"':
Soto Count;;. County Scat, Moore Haven, elected! the held of last week with her t; ::1\'g\ j.10 W "O: : : jlf:1j
the first woman in the South. AlthoughBeef I 1'0 pastor conducting the rejMisses l i Pvt. Earl E. Mosley US53317085 meeting today. i j Thursday : ....3 .. ., :f : :
Mayor ,'j' a1. | Co. A, 2nd Bn.1st On the sick list this week are ;parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hin- j:i #r':;' v.... .> .>' .: .:" ;i.4 '. '. ';:Ayr." ,: ":: 51ii
cattle production end dairying! are principal Tng. gt.o'ort ..., { 1: :".". 'r. _' .".. 'r.2"'T :<(
I Becky and Nancy Higt' -I| many, they are: L. C. Clemons is I son. i "Y',..M..w.V."" "' ,,__N.::_'<<.._->_: "'>.""'v.w"'" "" .W.'_'_. ..>..."""
industries truck and
farming, beekeeping;: poultry j Jackson S. C.
play an important part in the economy of Glades I, :">n had as their weekend guest' till: a patient in the Bradfcrd I Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Saxon and .does the work of several oils !
County. This hunters' paradise includes tremendous Miss Glenda Smith of Jackson- 1 j Mr. and Mrs. Louin Redding County Hospital; E. C. IErniel I ] children spent last weekend in i i 1

gild turkey breeding grounds. "Chalo vilJp. attended the Gainesville Barber Johns and, Mrs. Milton Rosier are Tampa with the Charlie Dees 1I 1i 1
Nitka" (S !ninole for "Dass Day") is held annually l- [; Max\ilUs 6th graders visited Association annual Ladies Night improving and were able to be at family and also visited Mr. Sax- : 1 LESS STRAIN AT STARTING ..because then so

to pay homage to the great abundance of bass I the Baldwin school on Tuesday, Banquet, Thursday. Church Sunday; Miss Rosy Mooreis en's brother, Edward Saxon and I Koolmotor gives the performance of a light 10W.jJrade

in Lake Okeechobec. April 7, on a eel-acquainted visit j| Jerry Griffis and daughter. Pa- feeling better also; others include family in Tampa. i, motor oil. Enables pistons to move more freely, reduces -
In progresnva Glades Count*'. end throughout to prepare them fcr the Baldwin ;: tricia were Monday night visitorsof the small scn of Mr. and Otis Forsyth. stationed with | strain on battery.

Florida, the United States Brewers Foundation Srhool which they will attend the Stanley Crawfords. Mrs. Clyde Johns, baby of Mr. the Navy at St. Petersburg, spent :
works to tba sale of Leer and
constantly assure next year. I j The Rudolph Chism family of and Mrs. 0. J. Underhill, babyof the weekend with his family Mrs. i;,
ale under pleasant, crdcrly conditions. Believing LESS STRAIN DURING now,
that strict law enforcement serves tle best inter- Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Reynoldsof Starke visited R. N. Crawford Mr. and Mrs. Gene Norman andour Forsyth and Mrs. Leaston For- ;, switched the
5 D Koolmotor has roles to give perform
est of the people of Florida, the Foundation Gainesville visited Mr. and i I Thursday afternoon. smallest son, Wayne. Maywe syth drove him back to St. Petersburg -
stresses close cooperation with the Armed Forces, Mrs. N. E. Ivey and family last Harold (Nook) Crawford, of remember to pray in the behalf Sunday. ance of a medium 20-grade oil. This matches exactlythe

law enforcement and governing officials in its I. Thnrsdav.: i j i Charleston S. C. spent the week- of each of these and for Mrs. Enzie Morrow of Plant engine's intermediate temperature.

continuing "self-regulation" program. I I Mrs. Lou ThcmoMm and son !I end here :with his parents, Air. and anyone else who may be in sickness City is here with her brotherinlaw ':

I JrFeph spent the day Sunday in j I Cecil Crawford Sr. and pain throughout: the and sister Mr. and Mrs. LESS STRAIN DURING HOT ENGINE CRUISING. ..
.. 4I :Marrlennv with Mr and Mrs. D. community. P. Wadsworth, while Mrs. G'I
I } because 5D Koolmotor has switched roles this
| Mr. and Mrs. W. H Green again, ..
C 'rG. : L. Griffis and family and while Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. worth is recuperating at home
;. I'niled firmer
A' f eta ct: i visited relatives in Jacksonville from a recent operation. I time to provide the heavy 30-grade performance you
there attended church servicesit Freeman Crosby were Mrs. CrosbY'S j
kh Foundation
h?l -:j]':;1 -! florid. Di..i; the Macclenny Church of i, Saturday night. brother and sister-in-law Barbara Matchett daughter of I, y need to prevent hot engine friction.
t ;f. .;: 202 V KB* $lnv| Christ; I Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Crawford Air. and Mrs. LeRoy Carmichael i Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Matchett, j

/ 1 .Q L';T "rut". '' Orbnuia, flunt We are sorrv to learn that Mr. and family visited the Harold )f Jacksonville. During their visit sang at the youth revival at Mad- j I SILCOX CITIES SERVICE

find Mrs. Leslie Sweat have been Beasley family of Ocala Sunday. they also visited with Mr. Car- iscn Street Baptist Church in |

Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Crawford michael's: other brother-in-law Starke last weekend, as one of i j 705 Temple Avenue Starke Fla
end family visited the E. M. ind sister. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. the members of a six student' ,

r. o a a a Prevail family of Starke, Wednesday Reddish and son Keith. -.-
night. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Johns

Sue Downs and daughter, and and children of Jacksonville visited i v
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Lunsford of Saturday evening with: MrJohns' '

41k- Cuthbert Ga. spent the weekend parents, Mr. a1 l Mrs. E. ELECTRIC WATER HEATER F

with the Avis Kirkland family. C. Johns and hs;; broth r, 1\rr. and "

Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Crawford :Mrs. Clyde Johns ar"t i f \::'lily.My ; I l ..... ....... --J '

Sr., Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Crawford mother. Mrs. Maude Mott ..

I. : iL : ; and Laverne Crawford visited in visited Sunday with her mother an here

St. Augustine Sunday afternoon.Mrs. Mrs. J. M. Fralick. and her bro- .

'w- ___ Rosier and son E. W., hers, Claude J. D. and Elmer .
VJfited relatives here Friday. fralick her brother and sister-in- l .

The Fisher Gaskins family '.aw, Mr. and Mrs. Edd Fralick
Q Cl visited the Charlie Redding family ind her two sisters and familiesMr.

of Raiford Saturday night and Mrs. Stanton O'Steen andcon

Mr. and Mrs. Billy Morgan; of Kenneth Ray. all of Providence : #/ ''r '

Salina, Kan. arrived here last and Mrs. Frank Richard

week to spend a few days with and daughter Gail of Lake Butler. '

Wbites at s his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Warren Johns will! report to his i i a I

stacked witb Morgan. new base in Fort Gordon. Ga. to- I .

racks are Miss Yvonne Gaskins of Jacksonville morrcw I Friday). Will try to give
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prices 41u spent the weekend v.ith yOU his new address next week for .

10&\-bono81\ her parents Mr. and Mrs. Fisher he benefit of our readers and his I; \,

Gaskins. many friends that will want to !

The Morgan family reunion was correspond with him. ,

drive a 95' i held at the home of Mr. and Miss Joyce Morgan's weekend
lE Yo lm :'\ I tOuthr Mrs. W. H. Moran: Sunday. guest was her cousin, Miss Faye 1

pre 9 I ISiudebalter Those attending were Mrs. Theron Morgan cf Jacksonville. iA t

7 Chevrolet, II:!. ,. '' Pittman and two children of Miss Marilyn Cox of the Uni- :,

ford r Nash, or ., :;:ie istQee nf; .rrca ti Brunswick, Ga.; Mr. and Mrs. C. versity of Florida spent the weekend -

Hudson r here'S : r tea O. Morgan of Glen St. Marys; with her parents Mr. and 4 Ufi .
Mrs. Wilbur Mobley of Macclenry Mrs. E. L. Cox. !

,uP dea, ; Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Sapp and Well guess that's all. May God?
,. your lturry1I Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Wilkinson of forever bless you and your loved
sell out PS Hawthorne; Mr. and Mrs. G. W. ones bye now.
We aim to Nazworth. and Mr. and Mrs. Allen -

Nazworth of Gainesville; R. County Nurse

R. Morgan of Lawtey; Mr. and
Attends WorkshopMrs.
r Mrs. Claude Morgan and family,
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Othe Mr. and Mrs. Smitty Smith and Arlen McKmght Bradford o"a., ,r d .

family, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lo- County Health Nurse, attended a 1

0 Pre.iD37 3 rs .tr D ed f O per all of Starke and Rev. and four day mental health workshop ..
,, Mgr npdeis of amok i Mrs. J. E. Norman and son. / ... -
'' E cwt. &t the State Health Dept. in Jack --
't Ponhoc HhOSb'
and Nook Crawford
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1 S"t celebrated their birthday anniversaries sonville supervising recently.Ten nurses from the Well maybe not in a dresser drawer, but in any out-of-the-way place.

ate m T; DO rlQdregDDQEt with a dinner at the state were invited to participate It's FLAMELES3.. therefore Tents or flues are not required. Flamd" *

t Mncur r. Poc4 4,r dv i Hud rl.rTt e home of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil in Die workshop which was directed Jso means no soot no fume your home stays cleaner and cooler
Go sh Crawford Sr., Sunday. Others attending by Katherine Fritz of the U. S .
hjp were Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Public Health Service. fi/ir wherever you install H...never an anxious moment.

tf tailadry Crawford Jr. and daughter andR. Each nurse had written up a..
fl maY W. and Mrs. J. E. Norman. case she had handled and it wa Aa automatic electric water heater Is dependable oceans"'of hot ..

>t P,7 p ow m ak Revival services will start at analyzed and discussed by the water at the turn of a tap. And remember, it's cheaper to go all-electric
FNrF Evergreen Baptist Church April group.
12 Song service will begin at This is the fourth such workshop in jour kitchen-laundry. *
7:30 p.m. ana preaching at 8 pjn. held under the auspices 01'' ,> i

evening, with Rev. Floyd Gray as the Mental Health Dept. of the See
speaker. Everyone is welcome to State Health Dept and is for the J 10UT't 9

I ail i] services.We purpose of helping local nurses tc Dealer or Plumber .
were happy to nave visitors rid patients in their communitieswho ; \.. .i.

and special singers at church last have need of mental health .

Sunday.See guidance::: ,

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S. 301 at South City.Limits The BPW Highway Safety Program I
tray yoa wrtie. Come la and select 1f ;
win be held at the DSO on : '
9 instead: of 19 the I j
April April your favorite ESTEKBEOOHFountain 'Y im xmt4tcrnc
date announced by error in last >>t-

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