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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 16, 1959
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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VOLUME: EIGHTY STARKE FLORIDA. 'rm'RSD.Y.PRIL 16. 1959 NUMBER: FORTY-TIIREE

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-..i'" -,\ .'...." '-' ,. ,',, .. ...' ...., i I First official indication of a new housing development c -
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"''IT."" ". '"- _., scheduled in Bradford County came this week with the recording -

R ", of a deed to the old golf course property near Key- j- :,

J..'of; :stone Heights to Keystone Utilities Corporation with head- .

a. quarters in Jacksonville.

Certain technicalities, still toj I ment. .r at 7li1FAd '
i
R'Yy w be ironed out, prohibit the re- i Byers said yesterday that no official -

T tl i [lz base,I of complete information at ; statement can be made at

,this time. but transfer of the 300- j this time as to the number of

ere holding of the Keystone) houses proposed fcr the develop fer. stock was owned by FrankM. I'irtunil at a |>re- If't"(1 l signing get-together ;ire ttoekheld-. *

Heights Country Club Inc. to ment. It is known however that Walrath Jr., S. E. McKay. D. 'i, of the Ke}stone Heights Country Club, Inc. and George O. \\o'hJJacksonville

'I the new corporation gives confir- j the State Board of Health several E. Pangborn. Lindsay Walker. i business man whose interest in the art""d3" instrumental -

I nation of rumors that have been'' veeks ago gave permission to construct Wm. Reynolds Jr.. Dan Reamer. in bringing; about the pn'p M-d deelopment.at-
circulating concerning the development 100 houses the !Jr. Frank Slaughter. G. E. Wig- I
4 4I to en
up
etl I ((1.-) Don t;. I'a gborn. country club president Mr. N<>i>.t.
/cr 4r for the past few months. sue with septic tanks. If more gins.; John F. Fredricksson. Albert
/ 1 1J 1s r S. E. McKay, club !ot''rt"tarst liu1int'' (J-rl> members it EWiggins. ,
The country club property is i than 100 houses are built, the developers Nelson. J. Edwin Larson and F.
l' F. M. Walrath Jr. William Reynolds Jr.. Lindsay! \\alkrr. -
reportedly: the nucleus of a site will be required to install M. Walrath Sr. --

for the proposed development I a sewage disposal system.; The deed transferring the prop- and John Fredricksson.Bradford. ',

with negotiations for additional The Keystone Heights Country erty was dated March 14, 1959 ,
[acreage still pending. i Club, Inc. was formed March 30 r
and was signed by Pangbom as
I Iw The golf course property lies 1927 and reactivated in 1947 '

between Highways 100 and 21.j with approximately 38 members.At president of the corporation, and Scions [' :-

just inside the Bradford County < the time of the property trans- McKay as secretary.
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iine about a mile southwest of "

Keystone The Keystone Heights.Heights Country Youth 'Confesses1 I BBS Band Gets I Accept Bids J

I To B & E Jobs ,
r Club Inc. is a non profit corp- ;

oration with stock currently owned Officers SkepticalDavid : .
F I by 12 men. The property was i Coveted Bid ; i To Tax Talk

deeded to the development compa-j Crawford white youth Ar'i '

Overturf ry upon the posting of a $25.000 i i is in jail charged with breakingand
Franklin Hitch George; Patten
performance bond, insuring the ;, entering with intent to com- To Mardi GrasThe r Session Is Set

rehabilitation of the long-aban- mit petit larceny. Crawford sur-

BBS Debaters Rank With Top In South Boned nine hole golf course. :: rendered himself to the sheriff's For SaturdayIn

Robert Byers of Jacksonville:'I office on_April 9, stating that he Bradford High School; '

vrho will handle publicity and took part in three recent B & E Band has received an invitationto Courthouse

The Bradford High School Debate held Wednesday night. Apr. : ;o companied I by their coach. C. L..I prcmotion of the development I,I jobs-Guidon Grill, Stern's Serv- participate in the 1960 Mardi

Team, composed of franklin was a signal honor for the Overturf, flew to Louisville on: told The Telegraph yesterday that I' ice Station and Gib Brown's Gras festivities In New Orleans,

Ritch and George Patten, was one, debaters! since there were i''Saturday Apr. 4. II j corporate structure of the devel-' Service Station. it was announced this week by

out of five to receive a superior than 400 participants in I Upon their return to Starke, Air.ii j jjOverttnf cpment company has not jelled to j The three other youths, al- Bandmaster Elden Mathews. The Johns Conner

rating among 70 teams competingat \ents. i I i said: -Winning superior, the extent that officers and other i i:ady convicted for breaking and invitation included all eight of
the Southern Speech Associa- Ratings in other contests 1 Third in a series of meetings iicn's: share of all race track
at the ]
I Southern Association is'i detailed information can be released entering Sterns and Guidon Grill. I II the parades, the various balls.
tion and in Louisville.Ky. .' I Ii designed to find some solution to above the firM .
Congress i i revenue I SlaOOO.uhich >>
ed the i
by BHS contestants something always dreaTn about?] at this time. He stated i have denied the Gib Brown job, and an opportunity to present a
last week. tiHS was the only i OrationFranklin Bradford County's tax headache goes to the Bradford County -
Retch
L Lut very seldom becomes a reality.+I however, that the full story will i> rnd none of them implicated 'M minute show in the municipal .'
Florida school will be held in the courthouse
lent.
high represented at Hospital board.
I This I is
emphasized by the fact be told in an announcement to i'Crawford in any instance. auditorium. Mathews said. i
the meet.In Extemporaneous: ; ,, that five schools ; Saturday morning at 9 o clock.i I j In reply to this appeal. S- hool
only the (I
m entire
be made possibly within a A hearing will be set for Craw-
addition to their superior in I I Franklin Ritch, George ; : soon The presentation in the audi- Present will be members of the Superintendent H. P. Morgan aid
I I South received such a rating. In!
week.Several. ford in the future. In the {1
debating, the BHS representativeshad I I I excellent.Individual. I winningthese awards the team has I near torium is the beginning of the County Commission. School Board.[I that any loss of funds would

the distinction of receiving i i Debaters brought honor not only to the I pieces of heavy equip- meantime officers believe he largest Mardi Gras ball the Tax Assessor Gene Long, Senator,)seriously cripple his department

more awards than any other: Kitch George Patten; I school but to the City of Starkeas I ment were moved onto the site might be "grandstanding" or tell- bandmaster said and it is believed Charley E. Johns, and Rep. DoyleE. : in its planned prcgram of nuuijunance -

school team at the SSAT banquet; The BHS team ;; well." I Monday and clearing operations I ing his story to "get away from that the BHS band was the Conner. I and rehabilitation of the
started on what is believed to home** In the meanwhile. her is crdy one to.receive tbeiepportunity ., .
: : .The' BJQword boion: were call "schools.. especial; Hlfei, where It
-streetsttnrough: the''develop- ; under500 bond en each charge.
this'paft1cular
to appear at } ed into the picture when the second cas hoped to dtvetop an adequate

City Polls Potential Customers I Contracts Let event. meeting, held Monday morning science department.
II Although the full Mardi Gras in the courthouse failed to The matter of raising assessments ; -

I By School Board County Land Deals Total $897.100In festivities, include eight parades produce a workable solution or in the county to 50 or 60

For Natural Gas )present plans are for the BHS suggestion. After thrashing the. per cant of actual cash value instead -

; Urges Application I II On 3 Band to participate in the first i issue for a couple of hours it was: of the present 40 per crnt '0
ProjectsContracts Of in addition to the evening
I First Three Months 1958The two suggested that "we get in touch I again proved to be the most con
show. It would require a full weekto troversial at the "'inz
out topic rnr
: with our legislators to find ?
Natural gas for Starke homes to $1001 will then have to were awarded to low take part in all the festivities,
what new tax sources are apt tote the consenus was that a-1--' '-,-
W and businesses took another forward by the customer. I value of Bradford County! ville John F. Kredriksson bandmaster said.
paid the
i i bidders on electric work at Hamp- tapped at the 1959 session." I ments should not be raivd unless:
step this week when applications At an early date : sales for the first three and Floe M. Frednksson $35,000 I
a property This is the finest honor to
to' I I ton school and BHS science rooms, Commissioner H. A. Bishop Jr. some method of planmr n ceiling
for service were mailed tive of the city will visit all I and a half months ot the year is for several lots on the west shoreof to the BHS Band which has .
| and for millwork and furniture for come indicated he thought this was I on tax millage could br doe' !ioprd.County
all city utilities customers. It is the value for the Also in the
prospective customers. i up $266,000 over Lake Geneva. Key at
in the past made appearances with which Attorney A. J. ThOtnas
predicted that service will be available .Call Johns said the 4)I! the science room, at a special I same period in 1958. Sales for stone area the Keystone Utilities Growl GatorB&iwl sidestepping a problem I
5parilla.. Gator the two boards would eventuallyhave Jr. was instructed to contact; the
next fall. | made in older to cut down meeting of the School Board 1\lon-1 all of 1958 totaled more than two Company paid the Keystone and FSU" Band Day. to come to grips-that of Attorney General's office to find
Those desiring natural gas are cast of making extra i and one-third million.Transactions Heights Country Club $25,000 for
( day.Jim Mathews said that plans are raising additional tax funds on oat if there was any I legal method
urged by the City Council to sign will have to be hired to Hope Electric Co. ot filed in the officeof the old Keystone golf course.
mail'or I being made to raise money for the county level. |jef putting a ceiling on ad valorem
the mailed application and entire city. Gainesville won the contract for Circuit Court Clerk Charlesi John Shaughnessy\ and MaryC.
to' the trip and the first activity will Court Clerk Charles A. Darby i tax millage in the county rx-
bring it with a $5 deposit rewiring and relighting Hampton i Darby totaled $897,100 on AprIl Shaughnessy paid $50,000 to
The information
mailed I !
be a bake sale this Saturday in contacted Johns and Conner in | cept by constitutional amend
City Hall as soon as possible. !City states that natural School with a bid of $4,200 and{112. On the same date last year. W. A. and Edith Wallace for 116 I
front of the Florida Bank at Tallahassee by telephone and ment. Several spokesmen pointed
This week's mailing is part of a i sides being cheaper. is !j time of 20 days. Their bid on I only $630.000 had changed handsin acres of land on Big Santa Fe.
Starke. assured the solons would !cut that a "gentlemen's awjment" -
survey to determine the number will have EllS science rooms work, also low real estate sales. These figures W. A. and Jean W. Edwards sold I was
and locations of prospective nat- a year round i i vas $2.500 with time of 15 days. were computed from the value of 207 acres near Silver Lake to On Sunday afternoon a band meet with the two boards Saturday i between the present boards
always be available and l would not be sufficient since anv
ural gas users, and must be com-
p'eted before lines are laid attract light industry I contracts were awarded to him tc the back of the sale papers. S18.000. ? Street park at 3 p. m. and a freewill The series of meetings was agreement made at this tim
I cty. when would not be binding on future
I
It was pointed out that all per- a discount of $300 would bring the Some of the largest sales of this Stanley C. and Julia E. Thomas offering will be taken for t.mched off two weeks ago

who desire service should Monthly rates for I total price to $6,700. year have i>een filed in the office sold two acres near the US 301 the trip. Another concert will be the Commission, pressed with the boards.
sons and small commercial is urgedto reed for additional tax revenue,| Attorney: Thomas juEtird
application and $5 deposit 'i The millwork contract, which since March 19. and SR 227 intersection to Hans held in May. The public
place on an record as soon as possible I:>I Hart at a $1.75 minimum will change some classrooms at I James M. and Lillian O'Sulhvan and Irma E. Rossman for $M,:>OO.i attend both events. ssked the School Board to split : the wisdom of the Commi-toni
first 400 cubic feet of gas. Bradford's track revenue i i tmdin: i itself with such an asree'ment -
since pipe will be installed BHS into science rooms, was awarded -I sold the Temple Motor Court ttf i Joseph R. arid Lois T. Band members will do yard race '
with the rate Hulling-I 60-40 divvy even if it could legally: do
only where the number of users to low ,bidder, Wood Products Temple Motor Court, Incorporated ton paid $9,800 for a work, baby sit and other odd jobs 50-50 rather than the "'
make it economically feasible. larger use as follows: of Gainesville, at $S,700.t'I I for' $175,000. This is the largest lot on :Madison Street. Former I .o help raise money for the trip. that now gives the schools the' .SO.

Another gcod reason for early Next 1600 cu. .-20 Equipment including desks and sale recorded in 1959 owners were Henry J. and Dorothy Persons needing services of this

it out is !00 cu. ft. tables will be built by the same Albert Sappenfield and RUby Marie Waters. kind are asked to call WO 4-4275.
application, was pointed 4
that all connection costs includ- ;, Next 2000 cu. .-18 j company who offered the low bid Sappenfield sold an undivided halt Benjamin and Anna Suslow Seventy-five per cent of what the b
of $3.800. interest in the Dixie ,Motor Court bought 50 acres near the US 301 students make will go into the .r
ing change-over from LP gas and 100.Next I and SR 221
intersection from Mrs.
minor house-piping changes will 3000 cu. ft.-15 All work will have to be done |Ito A. & C. Associates for 54000. trip fund. ti w 6
Anna
Campanella for $ .OIo. t
100. while school is out of session during .I'i j John A. Torode has purchased
he paid by the city until the construction Oliver Eugene and LiOian C. .
Ncxt 3000 cu. ft.-13 ;I the summer months. Date?d! three separate parcels of land on _
exhausted.
cost fund is Pearson sold lot one of block one
per 100. i for starting was set for early' the proposed new US. 301 right ot Keystone Estate
The cost of connection I Ifrom $50 of West Pines subdivision to WaIter _
Next 10.000 ru. ft.-11 1- ; June with millwork contract t o J. way for a total of 100000.
J. and Mildred F. Frick for R
(Continued on Page ) be completed in 60 days. T.R.M Corporation, of Jackson-
6000. Sells For $$75,000
RED SILKSTOCKINGS W. T. and Mararet O. Jackson
cold lots one, two and three of the

I Livingston and fruby Addition to ,/
In what is believed to be one
Starke to Mrs.
Nelle H. tollman '
'of the largest property trans
for $17,000. 'I' 1 'r
recorded In theKey-
Lewis and Audrey M. lrt y actions ever
'tcne Heights area. Mr. and Mrs.
bought lot 14 of block four in
week sold 1 p '
last
Fredricksson
Saratoga Heights for $13.000. te- John
metree heir Sunny Acres estate on Lake
Builders Inc., of Jacksonville -
were the sellers. Geneva to Mr. .and Mrs. Thomas

JUNIOR? WOMAN'SCLUR ,c Louis W. and Angela Treep solda McGee of Jacksonville. r ss' r. rrE, :

20 acre plot just north of Btarke The 55-acre estate occupying

S tE to Karol and Anna Zacek for $b,-. a picturesque point at the south-

000. vest end of Lake Geneva, sold for

Variety ShowS E 1 rV an, estimated 75000. r.! ,L't 4 y .t
Mr. McGee is connected with

f the Jacksonville Paper Co. He a
'King Ugly' Looks
&nd his family expect to move

f. into the home the latter part of Old Fashioned Bargain Days

the month after minor altera-

Elementary ''v 'a yf More Like Queen tions have been made.

School Cafetorium N JUST; CALLING to remind you of Old Fashioned naJ1Pin

Jaycees Sponsor Days in most Starke store this weekend. Iliad the ads in'thi"
The doubtful honor of being selected -
April 2125. 8 P.M.
issue and take advantage of the outstanding; ; value being;
-King Ugly" went to Harold Boys Baseball
Tyus (left) at the annual King offered. Here' a sample of what you'll find:
This Space Contributed BHS Summer. LeagueA
Ugly Dance sponsored by the
A chance to buy Capri pants for 9 cents liayvr hose
Weekly to Publicize Student Council in the armory boys baseball league for the
at 99 cents' Garden cart at 6-93 three roTte' of film for
Community Events: by Saturday night. The winning summer program will be sponsored -
entry was'sponsored by the BHS by the Junior Chamber or Commerce $1 two table lamps for the price of one $'7.)O electric!

Spanish Club according to a vote of the razor for $12-95 Cannon towels for 39 rent' Free belt

THE COMMUNITY ,, :' Otherswho displayed their members last Thursday night. with trouser purchased $3.50 foam rubber pftlows for SI
i "charms in an effort to gain; the Neil Malphurs was appointed
STATE BANKOF *
r title were Hank Graham (upper chairman of the project and his A year' nubscription to The Telegraph for $2.50 and

STAKKE{ right) representing the Science committee,will furnish coaches lor plenty of free boat-motor-trailer chances! at aO cooperatingstores : .

.. Club; Tom Jackson (lower left, each team. The organization will
(Member F.D.I.C.) 1L Camera Club; and Bubba Moody, ilso support the league financially. :

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State Farm Dentist a year ago. .-....
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Five Directors Bicycle SafetyTo A native of Westville 111. Dr. \
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Victim Of Pneumonia Godels was a veteran of World
K
( Named To oarChamber Be Stressed And Leukemia War II. He was a member of St. -
Edward's Catholic Church in fDRrve

Of Jlpri727-May2 ,Dr. Walter John Godels. 38 dentist Starke. I
No Solution In Sight at the Florida state Prison Surviving are his wife, Mrs. ,WITH f!

Five new directors were appointed bicycle;l Safety Week, April 21 for the past year died Sunday afternoon Celesta Godels a daughter Ma- !I SAFETY'/ =. i,
2, will be sponsored in the hospital at Mac. danna Mane and a son. Charles
Bradford County Commissioners School Board through May 7
to fill vacancies at the ... .. S !
by the Starke BPW Club In cooperation clenny. The immediate cause of Peters Godels, of the State Farm. 1 ..
Assessor Gene Long met Monday luncheon of the .
members and Tax meeting
Monday
with the Lions. Rotary death 'was pneumonia, but Dr. The body was forwarded -
Monday morning for another lengthy discus- Chamber of Commerce board of Jaycees, and other organcations. Godels was also a victim of leu- night to Westville Ill for fun- = t .", -
with directors in the Garden Restaurant. The observance will be concluded kemia, which he contracted about eral services and burial. Buy r -
sion, but without coming up any happy '"'
Those named were: Inman Green with a Bicycle Rodeo on May 2, on -' t
solution to their weighty problem which seems .. r"
and all boys and girls wishing to
Clyde Terwillegar, Logan Gay, W. i 1 .
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to be how to raise more tax revenue without enter must check their equipment "And favorite EasY r
T. Jackson, and James T. Moore. V .
making anyone's tax bill larger. before that time to be eligible to my 1 Terms r
Executive-director Hobert >lc- enter. :
f .
That is being a bit facetious, perhaps but is on
Intire reported that the new industrial All cyclists who pass an exami- program ,
the problem is far from funny. It is deadly ser- brochure will soon be com- nation and inspection of their "

\-.. ious, and will intensify in the future as our coun- pleted and ready for mailing to equipment will be issued a license tonight. :

ty continues to grow. industries interested in locating in and registration card.
this area. The advisor for the program, in ;:
The problem is by no means peculiar to which school personnel will teach

.Bradford. Practically the entire state is faced the Herbert Tourism Dayton Committee chairman, reported ol: road safety and show films, is D. /Firestone; Champion : ;

with it due to the rapid growth that has placed that his group has made a survey R. Jansen of the Florida Highway *1
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Division.In *
Patrol
Florida among the ton three of the fastest grow- cf attractions in Starke and vicinity Safety
order to qualify for examination 15"Blackwall
ing states in the U. S. that might be developed and each bicycle used must meet 1295 1
publicized in an effort to hold l =
That the problem Is general was evidenced in tourists over for a longer visit in eauipment standards. It is not I
the State Legislature this week when an East the area. This group has sche- necessary to own a bike to enter \ I WhitewallSize I

. roast olon warned that homestead duled another meeting at an early the competition. but the one used
exemption
- must meet standards set up by
desirable as it mifht be and worth as its oricrinal done date to along determine this line.what can be the Florida Bicycle Safety Program So Play Safe "That can't happenCALL ; 6.70-15: ,Tobed Type, Plus Tax end Recappable rail 1 =

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intent. H now fmneriUne the ad valorem: tax ,
installed FREE by our experts.
The directors voted to cooperatewith All tires
structure of the State. He nrnnocod::: that an interim the local Jaycees in movinga include Equipment to be rear checked reflector will, to me, called Gold- j --,--,.- .:
headlights -
committee he set nn to study the ad valor billboard erected some time ago
pedals fenders, seat adjustment, WO 4-4975 fix "'e Maintain A Repair Department SpecializingIn
wire to Complete
em and homestead::: exemption rtroblpm and recom- near Callahan and which is reported horn brakes drive chain and my guy
mend chancres to the 1961 session. to be poorly located and
somp sprocket. steering apparatus FOR Automatic Transmission Repair.
of little value in advertising Starke wire.
and and
(handle bars, grips)
'Two vpars from now. Tust a' dire ai nivht and Bradford County. The planis GUARAN" 'EEDDODD'S ;
WORK
axels', spokes ALL
wheels [ adjustment,
follow:: (Tay. this Te !islatnre! will have fo pa :?::'j to use the material in this bIll- tires and rims). Dependable

...... substantial new tJvpq find they can take only board to make two attractive

one of two forms. It will have to Tv an arro- signs for placing on highway entrances WANTED Clean Cotton Rags TV Service GoldwireServicenter SERVICE & AUTO SALES
thp-board salps tax annlviner to fn-orprfps and to Starke pointing out No Pants. No Shirts. Must Be
of interest to tourists here. I
thing Bradford County Tele-
Clean. In Slade Gas Co. Store '
service, or will hate to bff a maior cnan p in the traph. 528 S. Walnut St. Starke Fla. Phone WO 4-3861
homestead exemption J>nil alt valorem tdM1C_
Cancer Tag Day
:ture. warned Rep. Ralph J. Blank Jr. of Palm .
Beach County Set For SaturdayFourH -

:At Monday mornmr'* mpetine here each suejresHon Girls with their director, Your( grocer is featuring this. .

for raisincr additional tax funds on the Miss Dorothy Ross and Miss Doa- '_

local level was auicldv \"etoed"it rpa ::ons: from othy Alvarez will conduct a Can-

one or another snoVesman as to why "it wouldn't cer Tag Sale in the business district w

work." In most instances thos who raged::: the Saturday as part of the Can- !

objections Deemed to have: solid eroiind for tnoir cer Di;ive. CooCruisewithCoke}

beliefs but a* one Conmmsionpr remarked "We Also.as a measure to make pea
ple mindful cf cancer local
better Quit tiring to find reasons! why pvprv- churches have been furnished with ... J POT 0', ,.
thine won't work and find
that
something WILL
work and fa t.9 bulletins Sunday .will on which be printed.services for this Treat ,guests to these easy-fix specialties from abroad and the world-famous refreshment of Coca-Cola!

The- tax problem is- becoming more intense In The 1959 goal for Bradford "

I has been set at $1,000He- .. ... ..
counties that have: County ; on -- -- --
large scalp residential devel- \ J ,4 :'( ; '
onments for side the Tag Sale Saturday and r ,.: "'
retired people. Each new resident, j the Beta Sigma Phi "Lights On" .,
of course, makes additional demands on free ri. : : :' '
ser- havebeen
,canvass Monday, containers :
vices provided) bv city and county governments: 1 placed at most of the busi- ; ; tURKEY/ : :; S .. .

and due to Florida's controversial homestead exemption i ness places throughout the coun- ;:: : -.. iiii: ;: :; : .' ; -:'.>1" raeoeu 4
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law >#i;' :: .1i, ; '. ,r, ,, ,_.,. ..
pays not one cent of ad valorem ty. .. ':':'..:.._t. will I ,: W. ...u.... ..... '' r'' : ,, .... .,. Ii:. ,
tax his home in for Each section of the county .. hi
on return these : if-
services. Mostof .: .;:;: --.f.;; ;1%:." y. : ,
these be visited 'by women who will take ';' ......
people come from states where they are *- : : tt.. 'J.. : .< tt .,-
> required to donations and distribute literature.. ;.. ':' ". t:4: t :'\
pay $500 or $600 annually in real f '
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estate taxes alone their ... ';. ., ... .. ,.,-:', itJ
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Bradford'County is just now beginning to feel f ti I,4...,.,.m-,.y..ti,:., ::'.>> .'...y.. '{tw."1 .,;:(.< .-....9.", v. >..:... ;: ""' ........ ,_ _,*", ,. t..,,",. < ..
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PARK .
the effect of this growth and its accompanying t >;/ 1 \"' .
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problems, but indications are that the tempo will TARKE FLA. .: <:.. .: _. v .. .Y'4", _.
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be stepped in the immediate :h ... ..1;, -
up future. Even ." ': ,+?t ''f. '''' t f,
.
now bulldozers land in ,. .1"' .rw,: .., "
are clearing the extreme "f "
17 18
Fri., Sat. April ,
south portion of the county for a housing devel- 'o'i"} ? ;I

opment that will start with 100 units, but may Pillars Of The Sky: :

end up with thousands. If this comes to full Jeff Chandler Dorothy Malone. :I'r.

fruition it could easily mean an entire new Harry Black ;

school plant to take care of the new students And The Tiger "
brought into the aY +n.
county by these incoming fam-
ilies. Although the development is on the doorstep Stew aft Granger. Barbara Rush y

of Keystone Heights in Clay County, all of Plus Color Cartoon ". '
the property involved is in Bradford County and Aii
SUN., MON., TUES.
providing the necessary services will be the responsibility ii/
19 20 21
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of this county. With all of these R I' SWEDEN-Smorgasbord Sandwich (Boiled beef sandwich). On
families claiming homestead it is The Big Country
exemption easy buttered bread, put a slice of boiled beef, top with tomato slices,
to see what a crisis tax-wise this'will present to Grerory Peck, Jean Simmons
shredded horseradish, pickle relish. It's just made to go along
Bradford County. HOT. CARS' with ice-cold Coca-Cola. The cheerful lift of Coke is so bright and

As if the situation weren't bad enough Speaker Plus Cartoon s lively, it makes the whole meal more fun. Serve it today!

of the House; Tom Beasley has already intro- .

duced a bill in the Legislature raising the home- 'fed., Thur. April 22, 23

stead exemption from $5,000 to 10000. If this Escort West "

should pass it would wipe out any gains that WUh Victor Mature

might be made now by raising assessments to The Matchmaker IILV

50 or 60 per cent of full cash value instead of the S ,
Booth. Anthony Perkins ft
present 40 per cent in this county. The raising Shirley

of homestead exemption to $10,000 would abolishall Plus CartooDATIENflON -

hope of ever again collecting any ad valoremtax I < -" ;-
on homesteads--except, perhaps, on the homesof *;. a

the very wealthy-and we think that Speaker S ):

Beasley was extremely:; ill advised in introducingsuch < iz: ;. i

a bill at this time. Although he might ingratiate : '

himself with a certain segment of the :
'T 1t
population that doesn't realize the seriousnessof : T s t ut

the situation, he has at the same time put his HELP WANTED .,

fellow legislators on the spot. They must now .
v+, w.w, .: .,.,"'{;
choose between supporting a measure that they ..... ., ..
know is unsound and not to the best interest of ,. 7;. a. "" >If'< y

this fast-growing state, or they must oppose it WOMEN .7'.p ,.'. .'j' >. .

and put themselves in an unfavorable light with ,... ''' 'w: \; :
$ .
:( { ;: .
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.. fr' < .
0,4 ;
1 ? v -a i I" ..4<.. ''..' '.' d.. ,. ;: "' .
those who want and better of everythingas Y :..
more '
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: { :. : ; !
long as somebody else pays for it. Even thoughit Ages: 18.35 ONLY il :,<\I....; .., .:.. / ,.,. ,, } f' ::: Ma.
if. ->r<''' >' <-
be considered froma '
stand
might unpopular >
an :,, ;f :'./ l/:'.. '
purely vote-getting point of view hope that .. {.<; .
we
Sewing Machine ':ii"" '( :, -. -
:', ;:: "" : :J<
'. .. .
Florida legislators will have the intestinal forti- t. .... ., ,.. '-.4 '
tude to stand up and oppose this unsound exten- Operators TURKEY-Istanbul Shlsh Kebab (Broiled lamb quarn). Marinate 2-inch lamb squares in ITALY-Pizza Italian ((hlvltUopping pizza). Make a pie from

sion of homestead exemption to $10,000. bottled"barbecue sauce. Thread squares on skewer with canned onions, green pepper, pizza mix then top each quarter with 1)) sliced mushrooms

mushrooms. Broil until done. Serve with the best-loved sparkling drink in all the 2)) mozzarella cheese, 3)) anchovies, 4)) sliced ripe olives. Remem-

Although no definite conclusions were reached On-The-Job Training .world .. Coca-Cola. Over 5.8 million times a day somebody, somewhere, enjoys Coca-Cola. ber-nothing beats the cold crisp taste of Coca-Cola with pizza!
at Monday's meeting committees were appointed
ONE WEEK
from both boards to meet with Bradford County

solons this weekend to find out just what the PAID VACATIONHospital i
1
6
Serve Size 'Coke. lasts the whole meal !
Legislature has up its sleeve tax-wise. It is Medical big i King through r _
and
doubtful, however, if this critical problem can be (CUP AION0._oomo \1)' ;
BenefitsAPPLICATIONS -- >-- ----
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solved entirely on the state level. Indeed, -the r "-' .

sentiment of the Legislature generally seems to 1 :
I COOK'S CRUISE SHOPPING
be "no new taxes" at the 1959 session. LIST :

Painful as it might be, the conclusion seems TAKEN I Istanbul Shlth Kebab tomato :

inescapable: that ultimate solution to this problem? DAILY 1 P.M. 4 P.M. I lamb squares z picU horseradish reUsh" v :r i
j
must be on the local level. Apply In Person I tinned barbecue scud cartons of Coa-Cots I T !e n j I

I onions I I, ,,- ; I:
/ '
green pepper a
. I Pizza Italian e .

THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH' Kg Dad Mfg Co. I cartons mushrooms of CocaColaSmorBMbord pizza mushrooms mix _.. I 9t WII .j

&&&. fST.: lithe Incorporated I Sandwich mozzareJIa{ cheeii ti / /
/. r 'I' anchovies .
r1 FI.ORID.OLDEST!. WEEKLY_ XEW8- J bread ripe olive; 1

s": .? r.tl'F.R PUBLISHED. COXTIXOC8I.Tf.NPCR 441 E. Brownlee St. boiled beef cartons of C/NUl'Cols
.
r-co I I REGULAR W KING

e'.hti.hrd it'h.r. and Etrrr4 THE..SAME See.ad MASTHEAD CUM :Matter Starke, Fla. t------------___ -----j

.I tttf Po-t'hies..: at .!!!!!,..Fla. mmtrr' Art.. .!1. Mur. J.I1.J, _Q int.TI
BOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COIA COMPANY

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THURSDAY APRIL 16 1959 .
IL BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STAKE FLORIDA
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AGE FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. n.oJtlDA' T1n SD.\V. APRIL 16. 1539!

.

Spring Dance Woman's Club''' Potential Rotarians Hear 'Fish Fry Set Co.After the food' has. been served''".1,

Given Saturday; Hears Speaker Gty-PoBs Talk By Engineer For Friday NightAt 75 cents for adults and 50 cents
for children, all young people and
'
By LittleWorneh' On Conservation Newton-Ebaugh of the Gaines- Lawtey, adults win be given an opportunity
Gas Customers
., ville engineering firm of Ebaugh : to offer suggestions for com
The Starke' Woman's Club was w: S. Haas, Technician Brad- A Community FIsn Fry will beheld .
at the recreation.Out ,
& Goethe was guest speaker mnnity .
he setting for a delightful ispring fol-d. County Soil Conservation Rctary Club Wednesday, describ- Friday at 6 p.m. at the Law- of this meeting Mr. Massey
cane given last Saturday evening 1llStrlct. at the (Continued' from 11 tey City Hall grounds lor the purpose -
I was guest speaker : Page ing some of the interesting engineering -I' said it is hoped tnat a solid pro-
Gladys Mooty I o> the Little Women's'club.The Starke Wcman's Club April meet; problems involved in the of fun and discussion of1 a gram of recreation for both young

_o.r "' _ It .,- -,,-,-.- attractive decorations ear lag Wednesday afternoon of last per 100. construction of oceanariums in lecreation program for the city I people and adults can be 'formed.
'. ned out the Spring theme with week. Engineers employed by the city The program Is under the aire -
Texas.
High School PTA I Beta Sigma Phi multi-colored May poles centering Mr: Haas illustrated his talk on have compiled comparative" figures He Florida.illustrated California his talk and with colored tion of Councilman Edw.-ard Lee Mr. and Mrs. Jim Killian have
the individual tables placed Conservation with slides and of the cost of use of LP gas. electricity Massey and his committee and letumed to their home in
To Hear Program [Honors Rushees around the-dance flocrJ. The'tabled charts and answered questions anconservation and natural gas for various slides : hush puppies will be donated an 1, V/aynesville, N. C. after three
i
By Home EC Students I At Supper PartyThe were covered with' pastel colored problems followinghis uses. They' state that as muchas One new member, Bernard Chevrolet Cate cooked by the Dixie Lily Milling weeks visit here.
i crepe paper cloths: A large" .y lecture. 35 per cent saving can:toe made of the Cate-Hendry
Bradford High School Twelve rushees of Beta Sigma hole with gayly colored streamers Mrs. H. B. Peyton, president 'by using natural gas' for' both Co.* was welcomed into the club I

PTA will meet in the high school Sorority were honor guests at a centered the stage and in front presided ever the business meet cooking and water heating as opposed at this> meeting.

horary on Tuesday, April 21, at Lnffet supper and tacky party of'the'stage' was a white picket ing and Mrs. W. B. Mundy gave to other fuels. By adding >
8 p. m. The Home Economics Department held Monday evening at the home' 'ence. The refreshment table in the devotional. Annual reports I I natural gas for space heating, Recent Births ,
will have charge of the of Mrs. Ned Yancey on W. Madison tbe sunroom was overlaid' with were given' by the officers Mrs.. further savings would be made, .
program for the evening, with' St.Mrs. a white linen cloth az d":was also Si. W.:, Beckett was vote into according to the report.An Bradford County Hospital announces -

:.tiidents t from .Mrs. Gibson's and, J. V. Rowe won a jrize for centered\: with a May pole: Punch the club as, a new member, Mrs. average monthly bill using the following births: x
Miss Gilmore's classes discussing i the tackiest costume. Following and, cookies were served. C. L. Scholl and Mrs. C. J. Houpt electricity for cooking and water Mr. and Mrs. Rcscoe Mullinsof I
each subjects as. Future Homemakers -:!cupper: games and contests were Assisting'hinservmgwere': ;, Judy were appointed delegates to the heating ,(twith the first KWH Melrose a daughter Henrietta, : UP TO $600
of America Club, home!enjoyed. Lfsawyer Martha' Weldon* and convention in Jacksonville Apr...used for lighting, television and 1 Apr. 10. !

lroj.ects, class projects, etc. i! The new rushees are Mrs Clay- Linda Gayle'' Green: Chaperones Federated Woman's Clubs small appliances would be $7.69 Mr. and Mrs. George Hill of, :
Displays; will be made of the ton Strickland Jr, Mrs. John were Mrs. Hollis Knight, Mrs. 13-16, with Mrs. T. C. Hazen, Jr. according to the report. With the Keystone Heights, a daughter.Gail C.A.S .R'
i-tudent's work. Parents will be Strickland' Mrs. Glen Conner, Foster Shi Smith, Miss Delia Ro-: MId Mrs. D. L. Thomas as alternates use for, the same purpose of LP Lena, Apr. 11. J,
invited to inspect the Home EC. vtnberg: and Mr. and Mrs. Charles '. gas at 28 cents per gallon ($6.62per Mr. and Mrs. George Wilkerson,
Department at the, end of the :I:Mrs. Ralph Bryan Jr.. Mrs. W. M. Meister. Tickets for the May.Day Break- 100 lb. cylinder the cost, Sr. of tawtey, a son, David Allen,
j Smith, Mrs. Al Garner, Mrs. Fred : -- FOR ALL WORTHY NEEDS -- .
program. j fast on May 13 may be obtained would be $6.31, the report said. Apr. 14.
Election of officers for the I 6nel! Mrs. David Bachman Mrs. BPW Members Hear I from Mrs. G. S. Newcomb and This compares with natural gas I ;
.
1959-60 school year will be held Mrs. J. H. DuPre, ticket chair- for the same use costing $459.
J. V. Rowe, Mrs. J. E. Mosley, Patrol ..'
at this meeting also. Highway Clay County lines a few hundred '. CONSOLIDATE
It is estimated that natural %
Executive Board will meet at Mrs. William Thompson Jr., and Safety SpeakerThe' j men.A dessera course was served''can be used up to 21 per cent gas yards away from the car. Redding\ TAXES REPAIRS

7:30: in the library. Mrs. Norman Willis. during the social hour. cheaper than propane gas, and said the pot was still warm froma MEDICAL- EXPENSES
Starke BPW club' held its I that propane will have'to be 17.2 "cooking." The whiskey was also -i

Pfl1NG SPECIAv.e regular -meeling at the USO Little! Women Hear cents per gallon to compete with destroyed and the car con- CASH PURCHASES

building on Thursday, evening, natural gas.Natural fiscated. IMPROVEMENTS
Apr. 8 with Mrs. Edward Hall,!!Talk On PreparationFor gas distribution will be Deputy Reddish is rapidly Reduce Budget Payments .-

president, presiding. A special, College of "most Oh j; Furniture, Auto, :
financed in the city on a revenue gaining, the reputation
|
guest was Mrs. Louise Huntsinger.i Appliances'
certificat ,' athletic" in the Sberiff's
director of District 3, who was I I I Wood Walker, Classification basis, repayment man
honored with- a dinner at the,Officer of the Florida State Pri- !out of income at no'Increase in department. Two weeks ago he

Garden Restaurant preceding the i''con I spoKe on college preparation I taxes: Since Starke will-rise nat- dived into the chilly waters of a PROMPT, EFFICIENT AND COURTEOUS SERVICE
r meeting. I at Little meeting ural gas in the power plant, the .
the. Women's Club pond and outswam a youth fleeing -
The chairman of' Health and' city will also effect considerable ON ALL REQUESTS
i Monday .evening' in the club from a still near Little Santa
Safety Mrs. J.'D. Doyle, presented hcuse.-'The speaker was presented saving by the" change-over.

TABLE; MODEL' W N ::DJ'.: Trooper Patrol, who Jansen spoke, of on the"safety! Highway when chairman.by Barbara Bates, program I'Three'Are BoundhfGrc STOP IN OR CALL TODAY

tiding bicycles the streets and
Mary Agnes Matthews, president -
NOW t'Jlending of 21* TV independent tested by hghways.: Trooper Jansen outlined '' presided over the meeting it Court FeFlorida TOWN\ FEANCE CO.
SAVE
testing laboratory a'"bieycle rodeo" program I and plans"were discussed for a
Handcrafted which the local club;wfIt!"-conduct 'upper honoring the senior club, ) ,
NEW 1959 Qualify j On Shine
in May with' the aid of all the m'fmbers. The following, officers I II ChargeThree 144 W. Call, St. Starke, Fla. Phone WO 4-9091

civic clubs in town: were elected.for the coming year:
The follow 1 't officers were president, Kathleen Conway: vice-I men, accused of possession -

elected for the year 1959-60: president, Anne Matthews; recording -].' of 147 gallons of moonshine, THEATRESAT.
zl < w President, Miss Madge Middle- secretary. Linda Kay l-leadedvnot'guilty when arraigned -

TV ion; 1st vice-president, Mrs. Sale: corresponding secretary, before. County Judge T.. A. I OLD FASHIONED

EXTRA FEATURES Lloyd'Farber; 2nd vicepresident1Mrs.J. ; Sara Osborneand; treasurer, Yawn on Monday.
IT SWIVELS C. Green; recording sec- Brenda Lewis. Charles E. Carter, Johnny BARGAIN DAYS SPECIALS
"Service. Saver"Horizontal. FOR EAST VIEWING retary, Mrs. J. D. Doyle; corresponding -, Hostesses: for the evening were Bates, and Jack Manning were APR. 18
sis Spotlit Dial Zenith Sun-
shine picture tube Full power THE AlCOTT-Model C2221 secretary. Mrs. Lennie,Linda Kay Sale. Martha Weldon,I bound over to Circuit Court under AT NASWORTHYS
transformer Pull push on/off; 21' diag. meas. 262 sq. Harley; treasurer, Mrs. Thomas [Sara Woodburn, Mara Ann Payne $2.000 bond each. Carter had Sbr IeaFMt i1
tone control "Fringe lock" for inches rectangular picture Gill. I and Betty'Jean Schmitt. pleaded guilty to charge Of> 'pos Eke a roan c
table pictures area.Available in ebony or At the conclusion of the meet-- I :;:seting' a still in Clay County lard ikeaworaaa sh
maroon colors. ing the hostesses, Mrs. Edward i WSCSNotice t\rb days earlier.-and was awaiting
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(l41 $1999S Hall and Miss Florence Jennings, pre-sentence investigation when
served a delicious refreshmentcourse. The regular monthly business ?' was arrested by the Bradford et+' '
TOP PICTURES l
meeting of the First Methodist,officers. Carter and Manning CORP.presentsinAU6NrEg G.'t
,WSCS will be held in the, church posted bond. I
WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE '
Mrs. Wiley Coley sanctuary on Tuesday, Apr. 21, The men were arrested by
Is HonoreeAt :at 10 a. m. This will be'the Pledge Bradford deputies and beverage
PHONE WO 4-4081 234 N. TEMPLE AVE. Service and all members are urgedto r agents on a dirt road one mile \ \ \ \ \ J-
Stork Shower attend'' and make pledges for i'cast of Lawtey about 8:45 last .
the coming year. ,.." ''I'Friday night. The officers said Of DAYT CROCRr + s/i ,
Mrs.Wiley Coley was hpuaed; The WSCS, t py"wpre .""rpri/stf T 1n the act j'r
01 tne rlorida Conference '
at a stork shower last-'Friday of hiding 147 gallon of illegal rIJZA A I CotOR / EACH
will
meet at
Riverside
evening given by Mrs. Ray Stone I I i i whiskey. r.l
%
Methodist Church in Jacksonville I r .
ANN
and Mrs. Michael Gilhooly at the from April 21 through April 23.l[I Deputy Russell Redding said I CINDY LANCE raitp .
home of the latter on Raiford Rates fed from the !seen' but
Anyone-aishing to make
reservations -
mad Arrangements of spring vas apprehended by Deputy -. o ,
contact Mrs.
may E. K.
flowers were used in decorating: ;'i ixtfoh neaaisrf alter a foot'race
Ferryman.
The linen covered Refreshment ;i iEFA'Ban in the woods.

AT table was Centered with an ar- Redding said the three men
BARKSDALE'SMen's i angement'of yeltotf and white uet Set were unloading 29 five-gallon 9 \

chrysanthemums, flanked by containers of moonshine from a
burning white tapers in crystal The Bradford and Starke Chap- 1949 Oldsmobile and hiding it in

holders. ters, Future Farmers of America palmetto patches along the road THROW\ RUGS 24" X 44"J \
Swim Games were played during- the will hold their annual ParentS when they were arrested. "We J -
J n Banquet at the high school
evening and pries were"'award d were on them before they knewwe bNAIWAMA
to Mrs. Jimmy Green,"Mrs. Gertrude -: cafeteria Friday night April 24, were coming" Redding said. ROD CAMERON
at 7:30 o'clock. FOR $
TRUNKSValues Hof meister and Mrs.,Scobie Redding Reddish, Deputy Jim- VERA RALSTON i 2 $1'.00[

-Kelly. The'many'loveJy'add useful my Hamilton, and Beverage ,. aw.i .woa t ,I I.erueusnmaTAno.
baby gifts were presented,to 2nd LI. Jimmy Reddish re- Agents Claude Veal, and R. E. tr
f to 5.00 :the honoree in sayly decorated tdrned Tuesday to Fort Berming. Smith finished off their night's I,
r bassinet. Cla. after'two weeks leave of ab- work by destroying a 1,400 gal- C H. NASWORTHY
Twenty guests enjoyed this delightful sence. lon still they found near' the Plus "Fit To Be Toyed" Car-

occasion. -.-. toon.


1098llen's Mrs. Bessie Faxdris ; Sun., Mon. Apr. 19, 20. GENERAL SUPPLIES

Caw [ Honor-Guest I pIPSHIrip, -
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O 11 fC&R BWS Pesras
At Surprise Party Dr71noi 0 f I r

Large White BorderedHANDKERCHIEFS Mrs. Bessie Faxon was pleasantly -
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surprised at a birthday party -
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iven in her honor on March 26 n
1.00 doz.
by her son-in-law and daughter, .
i Jr. and :Mrs. H. J. Waters of .
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a
Valdo. Plus "Sparky Firefly" Car-' i/ o pp

F FREE E E. BELT i The Terrace party was Gainesville held at 3919, a anew'NW20th ;toon.

home to which the keys and teed FRIDAY SATURDAY APRIL 17 18
'J' to the house were given to Mrs. Tues., Wed. Apr. 21, 22
Faxon by her 'daughter
as a
WITH EACH PAIR < SHE DEMONSWith
:urprise birthday present. 1
I Mrs. Faxon'and daughter. Donna Take of*these '
Advantage Specials
and Toi d oiW'puE
McCalla
Irish
V of DRESS PANTS who reside just off E. Br Wt1-
"
j lee street will move into their '1 Griffin

new home after the present school to get your Shrubbery, Lawn, Gar-
-
term. : Giant From

Sylvia Paulk den. and Grbunds in Good Shape! t EAtU / Iw

,
NCMT
Sings'AtClub" .' The Unknown Til give you a new roof of quality like you get
Summer from Starke Builders Supplies, Inc.
Miss Slyvia Paulk entertainedthe
: 4-CYCLE
Kemmer .d
Pants Exchange Club of Jacksonville With Edward am

with a 30 minute program of popular ; Sally Fraser
Y. :Mostly songs, Wednesday at a luncheon : {Tc NO: MONEYDOWN
"Old Mother Clobber
Plus
in the George Washington ho- '
1 /t\ t i.' I Wash tel. 'MOWERf ;j Cartoon.Thur. .

and : Among the songs Miss aUlJt J'7 -

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tang was "Four Lavender Rdses ., Fri. Apr. 23, 24 Repair
Rear.lk a ballad written especially for_her .
which has been favorably received I
sand
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Ry .\ each'time it has been pre- iGl4l K'A Add Rooms --- Carporf-- -

.sented. gAiIpENuC.ARTS' 6 95 6eooge Wboduceae Bath Room I

i Social ClubMeeting "- 6
r (INCLUDING SEPTIC TANK AND FIX-
A Held - I ,
cororsoa'
t TURES)

t : The Starke Social Club me\ in MANY OTHER BJUMAltf w naerrsd Time To Re-roof

the Presbyterian Church Hall on ; dsusu'.a., >,r.

,Don't Miss Old Fashioned Bargain Days! Tuesday presiding., April After 7. with a number J. Watson of .. ery ::

dames, refreshments were served \ Tar je .-. STARKE BUILDERS.
FLORIDA 4 Taint
PEST CiNTROI)
: by the hosts Mrs. R. Halsall and ', Tilats
MP. and Mrs.. Watson: --....PtRr.r

BARKSDltE'S The next meet .g.will be held AND'' CHEMICAL CO \ SUPPLIES INC
in the Presbyterian Church Hall Plus -A Waggily Tale" Ca]r- ,
oh 21 ":30""p. toon *-*., 1
TuesdaY:, Apr. ; -a '
a. All interested people are wel- 224IN:Temple Ave Starke, Fla. I AT S.A.L. DEPOT STARK. ,,FLA.

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THURSDAY _JIPBIL 16, 1959 BRADFORD COUNTY 1ELEGRAPIL. STABKE) FLORIDA> APE; 1 WEIN

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Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Chapman Mrs. H. H. Joiner of Winter Mrs. Sarah 'Hunter, Mrs. Alice >OTICK OF INTE>TIO1O \. Arts of 1St!. will ngstt'r'Ith the:pie Av>_.Star!:*. Fla.A. .
had as Sunday guests. Mr. and I I Garden is spending this week Jenkins. Mm. Dounie Mae Edwards REGISTER KICTITIOIS \un: lintof the Orruit Court. In and ; C KouiMon.: Ke}lvnv Heights. 4
Mrs. W. T. Witt and Mrs. G. with her daughter, Mrs. W. S. and Mrs. Mildred Lawsonof Notice is hereby' given that the fi-r Bradford County Florida, upon' ole owner
Chapman of Lake City. 1..1 j Haas and family. Linda Haas the Starke Elementary Cafe- undersigned- under the '>rl visivns'''receipt of proof vf publication of t i Dated this 5th day of ..\I-r\ I'1555 -. .
I ,underwent Starke Recap Co. under ,,hl-h I ami this notk-e, the fictitious name of I Starke. Ltadtorc 'Jountr.
Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Herndon; a tonsilectomy at the torium will attend the State of at
Chapter ZO.JiS, Laws of Florida {engaged in business' at 1J5 X. Tem Florida.
and daughter, Sylvia and Dr.;Alachua General Hospital Thurs Schocl: Lunch convention in St. ,
Charles Dasher of Valdosta, Ga.i day.Rev. Petersburg from Friday to Sun- I i
THE NEWS spent Friday and Saturday with I J. H. Mabry, Jr. visited his
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day.Mr.
Mrs. W. M. Edwards. 1 I uncle G. E. Mabry in Tampa and Mrs.: M. C. Wells were BIG SPECIALFor
Stump's
,, -- -- General in visiting
-: --- Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Lance and Hospital on Monday.Mrs. Cocoa over the weekend -
I' Mr. and daughter, Babs, were visiting rel-' Ruby Johns, Mrs. Curtis Mr. and Mi's. Charlie Parker.
'atives' in Fernandina, St. Simons i Edwards, Mrs. Owen Alvarez, and I Mrs. L. S. Hutto is in Columbia -
daughter.
son on I I i','I Island, and Waycross last week. Mrs. L. M. Gaines of the Ruby ,'S. C. visiting her sister Mrs. Old Fashioned "
en"' ||Babs will return to her nurses position Johns Beauty Salon, attended the I II Inez Stokes, who is ill. Bargain Days
and Mrs. ,|i > at Charity Hospital, New*I hair style show of the Ace Beauty I. Mrs. Irene Roberts of Palatkais
Orleans on Friday after a month's|:Co. on Sunday and Monday of spending a weekwith Mr. and
ice Attending Guild Hixon.'I I I II I I vacation. I I(last week in St. Petersburg.j j j Mrs. Herbert Thomas. I
[ JOIN THE COUNTRY CLUB I,: Mrs. L. A. Weekly of Ocala,) Albert L Crosby, Sr. is con- THIS PRICE'
Ibton on MEMBERSHIP CLOSING SOON!i j j:\isited Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hayes fined in the Bradford County Hospital -
Green, Friends of Mrs. W. G. Haile,i I!''en I Tuesday. I with an eye infection.Mr. GOOD THRUAPRIL
Lonnie Sr. will regret to hear that she'. Mrs. W. N. North and son. Billy,f and Mrs. J. M. Edwards
Jfrs. R. S. suffered a heart attack on Sun- spent Sunday and Monday in Sr. were in :Miami on business .
Jihns. j Ii day following surgery last week.:!:Tampa where they attended the'[I ever the weekend. Gayle and Di- 25 ':. _
Mis. J. R. I Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Brown of funeral of a brother-in-law, Law- anne Edwards spent the week- ,.
Macon, Ga. were weekend guests j son' Touchstone, on Monday. end with their sister, Mrs. J. M.
P of Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Miles. I I Mrs.Carl Lamar Johns entered High, and Mr. High in Jackson- t .... ."

Drive Out To The Carolyn Kaufmann celebrated I'"St.' Vincent's HcspitaJ on Tuesday -' ville. : ,

last her Wednesday 16th birthday afternoon anniversary with I I Karen for minor Bennett surgery.of Jacksonville MEMBERSHIP JOIN THE COUNTRY CLOSING SOON CLUB! :
a, KAYS IE I: R\I \
GREEN OAK RESTAURANT party for 15 friends. 1 I is staying with her grandmother Com. George Para of the Peru- ;
Mrs. Frazier Shaw, while confined vian Government stationed at i3.
Miss Jean Mundy of Bessie Tift
I with measles. Green Cove Springs, was a week- J
(3(: Miles South of Starke on U. S. 301)) weekend.College will be home for the t Rev. and Mrs. Lou Hillendahl end guest of Mr. and Mrs. Mike HOSIERY \ .f.

!, and family of Kathleen were Gilhooly. '
AND TRY OUR Mrs. John Black of 11 11r'1
Newark'!
weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. :Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Noegel '
N. J. is visiting her ''
Mr.
OLD FASHIONED parents 'T. H. Slade Sr. and son spent Sunday at St. Augustine ..
and Mrs. David Paton for two! ,
Mrs. Fred Graudon entered Beach. .
!I weeks. I'Bradford County Hospital on Mr. and Mrs. Morris Carter en- .. "" ..

PIT BARBECUESPECIAL Among the visitors viewing the:Tuesday for cbservation and .tortained 16 guests at a fish chow- ; .- ., ":. "
., Biblical painting at The Tabernacle -j treatment. Her parents, Mr. and ,der supper at their home last -1 ;,
I during the past week were Mrs. Stanley Wentling of Pal-I Saturday evening. 99t .R
Mr. and Mrs. Art Lockwood of, nyra Pa.ill arrive Friday to,: Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dansbywere ., ,;pt'. '!
SUNDAY DINNERS Keystone Heights, accompaniedby care for the Graudon: children:! visiting Mrs. R. J. Andrewsin "'1 :
their guests, Mrs. Florence .
"during her confinement.Mrs. Westconnett on Sunday. .%'
WITH ALL THE Pomlein of New Jersey and her : E. D. Tenly was a medical Mrs. P. E. Stone and :Miss Ma- i '
$1 50 mother. Mrs. Marian C. Inge, a ratient in Bradford County Hospital mie Anderson of Archer and Mrs. ( $1.35)) ,
TRIMMINGSShort 95-year-old Englishwoman. Also from Sunday to Wednesday.I[:Paul Etheridge of Jacksonville .
viewing the painting were the G.' Mrs. C. L. Scholl, Mrs. Hollis ,Here weekend guests of Mr. and \
A. group and their leaders from Knight, Mrs. C. A. Knight and MI'$. E. M. Davis.
-- Dining Room or Curb Service the First Baptist Church.Dr. j[I Mrs. D. L. Thomas cf the Starke Mrs. J. B. Matthews and Mrs.

C. J. Houpt leaves &atuct -I Woman's Club attended the Florida -.Gertrude Knabb of Jacksonville
SALE
Orders SandwichesOPEN ay to attend the 27th National I Federation cf Woman's Clubs .were weekend guests of Mrs. J. I
Osteopathic Child Health conference -. convention in Jacksonville the R.. Kite.. :. t;.
7 A.M. TO 12 P.M. and clinic at the Municipal' first of the week Jan Thompson underwent a .-
auditorium in Kansas City Mo. JOIN THE COUNTRY CLUB tonsilectomy in Bradford County I :
from Apr. 2022. MEMBERSHIP CLOSING SOON! Hospital on Monday.Mr. 3 pairs $2.90
I I Mr. and Mrs. Burr Twining and Dr. Dilworth O. Middleton of and Mrs. George Stanley 7
Rev. and Mrs. Charles Dester of Ludowici, Ga. was visiting his of Southport. N. C. were weekend
\ Endicott, N. Y. were visiting Mr.I I]'!uncle and aunt, Dr. and Mrs. W.J Guests Mr. and Mrs. Glen
a B3ESTADVCEL [ and Mrs. Howe Twining from'i' E. Middleton over the weekend.,Stanley.
Sunday to Tuesday. '.I Dr. W. E. Middleton returned Karen and Suzanne Colson will NEVER BEFORE. 'our favorite Kayser nylon

Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Caldwell and|\ home from the Bradford County spend' the weekend with their at sale prices like this! Buy them by the dozen
I Mrs. Gertrude Stockinger who Hospital last week and is getting -J grandmother Mrs. Jesse Ray in
spent the winter at Bradenton alcng as well as can be Waldo while their parents. Mr. foryourself-buy them now for Mother's Day! The time .

25 YEARS Beach, spent Saturday to Mon-,, pected. X-I and Mrs. C. W. Colson are in Atlanta if- now to save on famous Kayser seamless and full-fashioned styles.
day with Mr. and Mrs. J. G. i Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Boree .!:-- -- -, _. .-- -
Caldwell while enroute to their 'daughter Iris Lynn, of Jacksonville : Mrs. Jimmy Whitehuret has You save on Paris-styled "Perfection" colors and beautiful
home in Bedford Mich. I! and Mrs. G. H. Bennett and been added to the City Clerk's
Carolyn Crews. Donna Tilley Mrs. J. B. Sapp of Starke spent office staff. f new spring tones! Proportioned lengths. Come in today!

I and Martha Struth are confined I Sunday in Orlando with Mrs. J. Mrs. R. B. Chapman will enter
with measles. O. Turner. Baptist Memorial Hospital in Sales ends April 251TUMP'Si
Start Ai
Jacksonville on Sunday for minor

19,951CAVICTOR iiirgery.
Dr: and Mrs. H. G. Bollingerand
family were in Orlando Sat-
FASHION0 urday where Dr. Bollinger attended -
op '. S
the Child Evangelism
'
I meeting.
II Members from the Junior Wo-
I t-n's Club attending the Florida .
I Federation convention in Jack- .
I sonville from Monday to Wednes-
day are Mrs. Randal Chitty Mrs. Ask About Our

FLAIRLINE SERIES RADIO Lavern Outlaw, Mrs. Jim Chas-
'teen, J. D. Warren
Mrs. Mrs.
The' Solitaire, Model X4, featuresa AT I I Seymour Marco Mrs. Jerome Jt! Old Age :
new antenna design that filters out 5 1l 'Jchns; Mrs. J. E. Hardy, and ,
l + annoying electrical interference-S?' Mrs. Stanley NoegeL
.J gives you best performance yet in Mrs. H. W. Moyer and Mrs. O.
an AM set! What's more, this exceptional I e GEM JEWELRY"Starke's W. Kramp of Jacksonville were .. Retirement Plan
I radio has luxurious styling !. visiting. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. .
to match its performance Strickland and family on Sunday. '
ICA Victor's Filtcramlc-".at.a.I (
features striking new Flairline cabis an exclusive new ferrite rod antenna Little Stuart Strickland celebratedhis FOR YOUR OLD :
"1 inetry. 3 two-tone colorcombinations. with a conductive shield which ftlfen/
,, Model X4. out annoying radio noise caused by. Leading Jeweler" third birthday on Tuesday at ,
"""It) household appliances and' other electrical 109 E. Call St. a family dinner party. a
interference. You U hear the dif
Hear the difference today! ference immediatelyl FRIDAY SATURDAY APR. 17,18 Mr. and Mrs. Mack Williams CAMERAS .:
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spent the weekend in Waycross,
Ga. with Mrs. Williams' mother.:
RADIOS .
Mrs. W. H. Smith.
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WATCHES DIAMONDSLadies' Mrs. E. L. Parrish and childrenwill

NeVERI1HIN Spodabie TYBJ I leave; war 8 for Denver Colo. PHONOGRAPHS '

Wadsworth ONE FULL CARAT service to join there.Mr. 'Parr.ch;_ who is in IS

4 I Ile g. $35.75 AAl Gem Quality Mr. and' Mrs. W. R. Royster. OLD FASHIONED BARGAIN DAYS COMES TO
A VALUE
, $1,500.00 Jr. and children and Mrs. W. H.
r Only Jg.88 This Weekend Edwards of Jacksonville were ULLIN TQN'S FRIDAY, SATURDAY, APRIL 17, 18 .:

visiting Mr. and Mrs. Drew Red- S

: -:: :' dent's; Waterproof Only Plus$750-00 Tax dish observation Tommy on Sunday.Chastain and treatment is undergoing at St. IL 3 ROLLS BLACK & WHITE% { FILM$1OO j

: r I Vincent's Hospital. Jacksonville. ((127 620 120))
: Wadsworth Beautiful InterlockingDIAMOND Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ensor and;
Mps. Mary Lane of Jacksonville

SLEEK Reg. $35.75 From $ SETS were Sunday.visiting Mrs.'Airs.. Pearce Bertha and Pearceon Mrs.; ttjji.i f 4I $sziioo in STEREO RECORDS ;

a Only l $2 1 .88 $42.50 up Lane spent Sunday afternoon with ,

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Peacock in f.9 With Purchase of Each
Gainesville.\
I
I IM ,MOTOROLA HI-FI PORTABLE

GENT'S ELGINSReg. Rites Thursday

LffK $33.75 !For Mr. Starling 1

At Evergreen EXPOSURE METER 4.95
Easy to carry. I At $21 88'uP ; MOVIE

'Mrs. Easter Griffis Starling
I II 'iJJ, died Monday at the home of I CAMERA
I Schick FULL 1-2 CARAT her daughter Mrs. Nancy Hig- Columbia I
tinbotham of Baldwin, after an/
Start At Electric Shavers DIAMONDSReg. 29.95
Ii I M r.ri-IM:p kbwW extended illness. J ConsolettePhono.
99.95
w to pica. 3 ........raw vara< 179.95 Reg. $$27.50 .$250.00 Born near Lawtey on Sept. IZl : -
17 incite Portable TV 'Z 2 TO GOat 1> 1380, she was the daughter of the j
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{ J ... Large Assortment late Sam and Same Teston Grif-j
.... 0I'efaI' ciog156 .-- only $12.95Candlelite
Beautiful Sterling fis. She was a member of the I
Church. OLAROID CAMERA 49.95 MOVIE
Baptist
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t RCA VICTOR CHARMS Besides Mrs..HigginbothanI.. : she
Carving Sets f ,_. __ PROJECTOR
, from $t.OO. up IS. suruved by four o.ther daughters ? mm mmmmomMagnivox
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! I -.*t*. ... shop <* 1r--stk. 6a.bc.adI1D- "' only $7.95 Mrs. Nettie. Noland Reddish ofWhitehouse. ConsoleRADIOPHONO. ;
Elvery
Mrs. 39.95
behold Veri-thin styEng the most attracts tooting; Sweetheart
and ,Mrs. Gracie Harley, both J
1 portable yoa've ever seen! So powerfed yon get ci d. Child's Necklace PENDANTS of Lawtey. and,Mrs. Della Tribu- Comb. 69.95

h standing performance even in most fringe areas ll only $1".49-- With Your BirthstoneBaby' la of Buffalo. N. Y.; four sons. -

t- .saar$IIIIiI lam.italla>ac t3pliell....' ( $2.95 plus tax Willis and Andrew Starling both TAPE; :

r, TeM 6nrt -... lralato ..rPmnd CIIIs1I c? TCbitenouse; Clyde Starling
Avon Park; and Freeman Star- Photo Identification
Ilw k+r t.IIII"s.e Mstn hhci iYun. Q Silver Sets Cultured Pearl I'jig, Lawtey; one brother. Sonny, 51.00$ RECORDER \

last PidIR ill P tii6it --1 liar SI CUI GddsTt>alr, only $2.00 PENDANTSBirthstone' Griffis, Lawtey; two sisters Mrs. ..
r*twice o$ IHdI tits M1ea,"'Ie a 2-tV iota(I Sarah' Osb! orne' Jacksonville and i' BRACELETS 99.95 I '
only 88c Mrs. Nina Futch, Lawtey 27
C47'SHEPHERDS I ... .. Rings grandchildren, and 11 great.
.... [ { grandchildren. -
i i from $10.50. ANKLETS $1.95

RADIO & TV I 'p Funeral.'.i I Thursday services at were the graveside held at, BULLINGTON STUDIO & GIFT SHOP

t I These Are Not Jacksonville Prices BUT' Evergreen Cemetery with Rev.
13. C. Harvey officiating. DeWitt
t 226 W.fall St. Phone WO 4-6901 I EVEN LESS Jones Funpral Home was in' 104 W. Call St. Phone \fa.'lUl

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First Softball r Elks Install I ,I II Co. B Personnel I Don Brandies Woman Forger ty have and run all concurrently succeeding sentences with the

Games Scheduled : Awarded Ribbons first! one.
New Officers To Start Series Loses CountA
In New League ,II I For Service Mrs. Hall has been making

i every effort to be cooperativesince
The first two games of the Soil- Owcn Vaughan was installed asExalted Of Services Here
Bronze clusters and service ribbons ;. young white woman with a her arrest. She told Judge

tall League formed at a meeting ;; Ruler of the local Elks: _ _ a were awarded to several __. -... ...,............ I.-en for check forgery stopped in Patten she had forged at least

Tuesday night, Pril 14. will be Lodge in a ceremony held Monaay' .:. Company B National Guard personnel 1)1"l: Starke for a few minutes this reven checks in Starke_ Assistantstate's
p'ayed on BHS softball field next nght: April 6, at the club rooms! .
at a at Camp '
..I ceremony ... !week on her round of Circuit Attorney, Mack S. Futch
Tuesday, April 21. beginning at i.; with Past Exalted Rulers servingas ,*
: Blanding: Tuesday, April 13, it\ Ccurts throughout the state. specified only one check in his
I grand officers. The installation Chief WO AN I
announced
was by
charge. This was for $55.46. writ-
p.m.The Dreama Gale Hall pleaded
first game will be Between was. preceded by a dinner at [ I, |, bert Foster administrative officer Nr'1. .I guilty to a charge of forgery and ten to Robert's Jewelry store on
the Garden Restaurant team and 7 p.m.Other ,, I of 748th Armd. Oru. Bn. ?: Mrs.
1957. It signed
uttering a forgery and was sen- Dec. 20. was
Company C, National Guaid. new officers installed at f- Those receiving bronze clusters,
Raymond Pauley.
The second game, starting at this time were: J. D. Seymour, k.t1(4 representing completion of 10) j I I' tenced by Circuit Court Judge G.
L. Patten to serve five years at
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S:30: p.m., will pit Camp Klandmgi I.Leading Knight; Robert M. Alc- L years off faithful service to Florida ). II hard labor in the State Prison.
Rae. Loyal Knight; Walter Wood !1 National Guard and to be
against Keystone Heights. : ,

Games will be played two nights III Lecturing, Inner Guard Knight; ;Vernon H. O.Un Bates er- :F' !Sworn with service ribbOns, were: I from Sne received the same a judge similar on the sentence same \WHY PAY RENT?
:
; CWO Maurice Wingate; AlSgLJohn
a week alternating between Tuesdays ;
hill. Tyler; Mike Gilhooly. Chap- ... A. Christmas Jr.; M-t>gt. charge in Alachua County the
Thursdays and Fridays. i I : : c'ay before. WILL BUILD HOME'
Thom_
lam; Mead Lewis, Esquire: K.
Clarence
Rene Garcia MJSgt. .
i and War- I ; ,: ./ Mrs. Hall is also under a nine ON YOUR LOT
H. Lewis. Secretary; ;
j as j Scoggins; S-FC Virgil M. Jordan; .
WOODS FIRES II ion Winkler Treasurer.The & year sentence from Hernando
frc !o S-FC William C. Rhoden; and :Sp-
I regular meeting of tne : 2 R. E. Mundorff. County five years in SumUr, .- No Down Payment.

? Bradford County continued its | lodge will be held Monday April ... and ten years in Marion.That's .
enviable fire record for the year Service ribbOns. for completionof told
j will not all either. She TONEY HOME BUILDERS,
An initiation
20. at 8
with no new fires reported during j,, be held at p.m.this time, and all mem- Jaycees Carry Out ProjectStarke five years of faithful service to Judge Patten she was wanted Inc.
| Florida National Guard, were awarded -
the past week. Since Jan. 1 tne l-ers asked to be present. in 21 or 24 counties altogether.
has had 21 fires reported ': are to: Sp-2 James N. 1c-
county She couldn't recall the exact Contact RAY FORTH
with 117.5 acres burned. At this Jaycees recently completed Operation Doorway wht"Dtht'y Crary; Sp-2 Daniel F. Nettles; Sp2 Mimber on the spur of the mo

date last year there had .been 81 was reported during the week with gathered one Saturday morning to paint over the disfigured Robert M. Wilson; Sp-2 SamuelC. ment. PHONE 4123

fires with 539.3 acres burned. .08 inch on April 11, and .;)ij men Wise; and ifp-3 Ben E. North. Rev. Don Brandies, president of
front door at Bradford High School. This was! part of a So far she has been rather I Heights Fla.
Less than half an inch of ram on April 12. The awards 'were made by first the Don Brandies Evangelist As- fortunate. The first sentence she i Keystone ,
nationwide Jaycee movement to accomplish some needed com
lieutenant Joseph G. Wood com.I sociation with headquarters m received was in Hernando Coun
munity project. The local Jaycees' hate recently recruited same manding officer of Co. B, repre-, Tallahassee, will preach at the

50 members in a successful drive that was climaxed with a fKh senting the Adjutant General Stateof Madison Street Baptist Church

DELUXEPHILCO fry at Crystal Lake.Country Florida. ouch April evening 26 through at 7:45 May p. 3.m.These from Sell It Rent It Trade ]

services will be a part of the Baptist -

Club Drive Nears GoalThe BHS Trackmen Jubilee Advance being conducted CLASSIFIED

by the churches of the WITH A TELEGRAPH

total number or memberships Elden Mathews was elected Score Nice Win Baptist Faith in North America.Rev. _

Brandies is accredited by .. .. !.!... chaw ____ .n
in the proposed country club treasurer of the group to replaceand so WORD! OR LKS! *. on* i *" (* ) -

golf course has reached IbU,I S. L. Peek Jr.. who could not In PKY MeetA the Southern Baptist Conventionas EACH ADDITIONAL WORD OVER 20 -- 4* Per W.r.

it was announced at a meeting ol serve, and J. D. Seymour was Evangelist-At-Large. HIs 20% DITOCXT! : ON HEPKIT INSERTIONS SAKJ5 All
ADS OR AD' OT PAID tN ADVANCE.
the committee held in the Cham.'i named membership and puoucitychairman. church membership is with the 25* ADDITIONAL FOIl BLIND

ber of Commerce office Tuesday I It was also. decided to freshman and sophomore hit First Baptist Church of Tallahassee. CLASSIFIED nl"PI.AT _-. *'.** **, h.* Flrrt Im.,,",..
track team
Tornado
studded
night. make application for a charter. The evangelistic association 11.00 PER INCH FOR *MR AD REPEVTEn ONE OR MORE TIMESCARDS
chairman iS stride with a convincing win which he heads consists of many _
Clyde Terwillegar anCiiartcr membership will be in the P. K. T. H Wort.) _. PM
teams -- -
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nounced that the intensified drive over prominent ministers ana lay workers jrin-> -
TVcHN for members would be continued closed at 200, and persons Joiningafter Ycnge Invitational Track Meet in Florida. OVER 10 WORDS ---- 4 O.t. Per Ward

until the goal of OO is reached. that will have to pay the held in Gainesville last Satur- Rev. Brandies recently completedhis 'IF.'IORIU.II! *ND RF..O.rno --_4 Ctmtm PT W.r.

He urged that anyone" who has same $300 fee, but will not be autobiography, -Fling Wide ---

not already been contacted and I stockholders in the corporation. day.Only two seniors and three ju- the Gates, which has just been I -

would like to be a member should Therefore, it is to the prospective r.iors were along as Coach Dave published.Rev. KEROSENESMOKELESS 1946 Pontiac Sedan

New for 1959 with PIVOTlTENNA notify the Chamber of Commerce I member's advantage to join now I Hurse's team swept to eight first Jack Mabry pastor of the I ODORLESS
Excellent Condition
while charter membership is still The Madison! Street Church issues a
or some members of the commit paces in scoring 75 points. ;,

.' r- __ tee. j I rpen, Terwillegar said. Tornadoes also picked up points I'cordial invitation to the public to I 15.9 Per Gal 1-Door, Radio, Heater

L with three second and two fourth I rttend any and all of these services AT YOUR IMPERIAL 2 New Tires

place! rankings. I starting Sunday April 26. CALL KEYSTONE 3651NOU

____ SEND IN YOUR COUNTRY CLUB MEMBERSHIP Fred Brandes transfer student I I SERVICE STATION

Ut I TODAY! from South Florida was the !! Three Youths Hiway 301 North Starke r The ultimate in prestige 500
meetas
winner of the
double
cnly i ENGRAVED business cards, $1).!5

__ I fl1 5t' ONLY I Please check the lines below and return as soon as low he hurdle took both tests.the Brandes high and tied the : Are Sentenced (price includes at this plate low). Never price. before.engraving ,

of Commerce: FISH SHRIMP Bradford County Telegraph: tf
Chamber
possible to the meet record with his 15.9 -
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B & E Cases
"In
time in the high hurdles. (rITRl'S Waring alien, container
OYSTERS grown. Also Plum Carner
Apple.I'ear -
1$2149 ________ am interested in a Country Club. I Sophomore weightmen Sam Hood and El'".in. Fig.
Gardner and Ed King, also had :, Cleon Griffis, Billy Thompson l Fish Dressed If Desired Grapevines, Persimmons et Evergreens -

__ ____::-_I will buy $300 worth of stock, to be paid as field! : days. Gardner took the shot i;and Wiley Brewer were sentenced I I Prevatt Fish Market 400 varieties., Shade Trees.Azaleas Camellias fine plants, over

follows: put with a 45 feet 4 inch heave'' I Isnd to t five years in prison last week .. full of bud and bloom See our
second in the I citer they pleaded guilty to.i 617 E. Brownlee St. plants for quality. \Ve are located
'
then picked ;
i for 6 months. ________$25 for 12 months. up 1! miles east of Keystone Heightson
________$50 discus throw. King was forth in
the shot event and third in the : 1 with intent to commit petit !arc 1 .-0. C. Carnes Nursery, Phone >IU
_______,_$lOa() month for 30 months. Circuit L.Pat-i! for 4-4293.! : Florahome, Fla tf
Judge George
1 I discus. ny. WE HAVE a new loan program
\ Ie farmer Loans o< 1 to 5 year
1 len pronounced the sentences. NO :MONET DOWN Zenith
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PHILCO 4231-XE Sophomore Lee Cogdill set anew for the entire credit requirements Washing Machines,

Signed __________________________ school mark as he won the I 1 tenced Griffis on and five Thompson charges each were with sen- Gainesville of the farmer Production and his family. '-IAesoeiation _now at tflchg:DAmiER'S. -
Mc1,
mile run in 4:52.7. DeWayne W9 honk Main.
NEW DUO-SOUND !11 the sentences to run concurrently. Gainesville Fla. tfch- For cabinets, bookcases boat etc.

Address _____________________________ Rae was fourth. : Brewer received concurrent made to order. See G. L. Farher,
Erwin Martin, one of the most ;: "4 X. Cherry St.. Starke, P1*.
RADIOS REPAIRED
sentences on each of two charges. Phone WO 4-:>134. SIp 4-16
Philco for 1959 adds a new dimension to table model sound consistent performers at BHS this i' I AU Hake All ..e1II
,
with the Duo-Sound Svstem. Enjoy it now in real deluxe year, cleared 10 feet 9 inches to Judge Patten recommended that I ..MBahle Ckarce* gura.teJSHEPIIEHDS LINOTYPE OPERATOR wanted for
RADIO TV
TV with exclusi\e 1959 features like the powerful Pivot- take the pole vault. Coach Hurse ( I the three be imprisoned in Apal- ...... Gr""..: Owarr I II several! mcnths Three to five days
Tenna, Top Level Tuning. 2-position! laChee Correctional Institute. I U8 W. Call St. Pho.\VO4-Cttl work per week. Ideal setup for re-
UAIjI beams when he remembers that tjrM operator Will need April I.
elK-tronic: Range Switch, 21' (overall Juvenile Court had previously Starkr. Fla. Write or call Claude Crowson. Bradford -
freshman and
Martin is only a ,
diagonal measurement) picture, new 2.50 Old Fashioned j waived jurisdiction in the cases I County Telegraph, phone WO
has three more years of compe- GENUINE ENGRAVED Wedding IBvitations 4-tint: Starke. FTa
vJcnderi/cd cabinet. A WEEK of Griffis and Thompson both with double envelopes lOv
Bill Silcox second in
tition. was 16-years-old. They admitted having for J 21.9 5. Bradford Cour'r Tele- FOR SALF.-I..ake lot on T'dfori1take
the pole vault. I graph. tr :2 miles from Keystone
SEE IT HERE..PHILCO PREDICTA TV a part in breakir.g and enter- Heights.
High and dry with nice
Bargain Days Tommy Judd ran a fine 2:11.8 I ing J & J Supplies APIRTMENT FOR RENT shade .
Building 'if) ra! h. Write P. O.
from the World I
Television of Tomorrow
Today I in the 880 yard run. He was back-\Stern's Service Station. Guidon 2 Bedroom. Large Living Room I'rawer 791. Starke or phone WO .
Dinette off Living Room. Furni.'hd.. i
H- Itchg V.
ed up by John Adams in fourth Grill Lawson's Market, and Modern I"a'h. Really this l!' a I'f'f'i' i -

Also Model No. 423DE 199.95 }place.: Staike Radio & TV. ond floor bungalow Call WOodland FOR RENT-J bedroom anfnrnish-!
4.f/In/ H'hg ..1 house 472 -f'lt Madison St.
FRIDJ'.Y SATURDAY. APRIL 17, 18 Marion Cottle, Jit.:.=ny Malone Brewer denied taking part in onta.-t f.. K. Whttehead.a1do.! ,
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Jim Hobbs and Johnny Stevens the Guidon Grill break-in, but admitted WEST-Call Street Lots' For Sale.V Fla 1: MO s.iif ifrhgRES
R Rn.ler <<71V "all St tfrh*
teamed to win the print medley he was involved in the i .-PROPERTY FOR SALE orlxrJl.x.a
in 2:10.3 and tec.mmates: Mc- Stern case. 'FOR SALE 155 A'rt"l'Iof' good land : for flee. Property
DON'T' BE ALARMED !'m-ar "
Hellbronn 85'acres
Springs. Approx.; in Starke; on highw I 1111)
s. Rae, Mike Foster. Glenn Harrell,I Police Chief Riley Sweat said in cultivation appro 75 (Theressa) cement block h 'nse on

and Richard Duggar won the mile; List week that $89.36 of the money i, acres. in wood',. pasture. 4 waterholci. :: acres :'it"bath room. n.-a- eptit-
I thaI never been dry. See tank. new
utility
WHEN THE ALARM RINGS! relay in 3:47.8. taken during the break-ins had or call <:. K Trews. Raiforrt. Fla. deep well High room.and never dry.failing N.-,
Johnny Stevens also picked up! been recovered from its hiding Phone C;'; \\', Fla. State Prison.Just Sunday calls.' Mr. and Mrs Earle

individual points with a. second place in the wall of a room Griffis :sip 4.tC Hrown. Rp I. Box 5 2, Stark ZIp'
119.95o 4 25
In the 440 yard run, and Billy I and Thompson shared on Rail- Received large shipment of
ued angle iron, channel iron. "1- FOR SALE
II' Helsabeck and Marion Cottell load Street. He said the -Lawn Boy power mower -
money teams. Suitable for all "-. Reaoonable
I purpoeAlso for cash. lire A. F.
You be the
With Trade may lucky one to C' tied for fourth place in the high would be pro-rated among those new stock of doors windows., Sauls. U' McMahon St. phone WO
!*Teens! and screen doors used soil <-*1 H. Itcng.SAWS .
jump. I suffering losses.Record Fine and water pipe all ..Izf'''. Steel
purchase one of the items below BHS goes to Jacksonville Beach j offU-p safe show case, double por- FII.EP--and all old saws reconditioned -
9 9Ladies' <*!lain cabinet sink. like new Call for amidelivered.
tomorrow to compete in the Fletcher -
Hop Set Prop in look around \V. T Jacknn J'hnn WO 4-1441. Calvin
for ONLY High Invitational Meet. rear of Rill Pad factory Starke J..n. .h"
fhoneVO 4-4001. Ask for Mr.
For Teen TimeA fMi a me* tfrhg
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'The Big Country' FOR \J.E-3 year old concrete
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COI.OMU FLORIST H ck house. Living room separate
Booked At Park Only FTP. Florist in Starke lining room and breakfast room
Record Hop, with Jim Hol-
Flowers! wired any place. fhoneWO annelrd Florida room large porch.
Skirt & Blouse lingsworth to spin the platters, 4-' !lJ. SOIl F.allt Nona St. Itchg : 'Arport. storage room 2 large bedrooms -
or Gregory Peck Jean Simmons, will be the feature of Teen Time 2 tiled baths, hardwood
Carroll Baker and Charlton Hes- floors.. central hwatlnij built inn
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this Saturday night at the USO. FOR SALE and range 43 gal. water heat-
ton are starred in "The Big The usual Saturday night en- .r on large lot. 1508 Eail' rail St.
I Pedal Pusher Blouse Sets I To see call Mrs. W. S. Slade WO7M
2J8 Country exciting story of the tertainment will start at 7:30 with BOAT & TRAILERGood 4-* Ztrhe 418,
lening of the old West. opening table tennis and dancing until the

I at the Park Theatre Sunday. Burl Record Hop opens at 8:30.: FOR HALE Farmall Super A Tractor
Used with uipment. Excellent condition. -
hoes and Charles Bickford have At the last meeting of the C o. .
Hutcheson. Rt :2. !% & l'7
I supporting roles. Youth Council which is in chargeof LAWN MOWERS 'ark. Zip 41

I Girls' Pedal Pusher and The story concerns a sea-fanng I entertainment at Teen Time. Some New Recap Tires FOFJ SALE- Olrls 20 in. btrrrlitwo
man (Peck) from Baltimore who
I -" I -I I.President Jimmy Ritch appointedthe new... tires reasonable 717 W.
goes West to settle down and following: Linda Chapman CheapStrobo's 'T"re [ Vf Phone \VQ 4-4IIa:
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I I ry, only to find himself mar-I'publicity chairman; Carolyn Ward, Want ,o make IIi to |%i in a day'

Blouse Sets 178 involved in an old feud between historian; and Joalyce Graham. Garage \Ve. will train and inan.- 'r dependble -
; man or \\ 21. for
two families for the land's water 'oman.o".r
music chairman. & RADIATOR SHOP .
nart or full tlm. MrNVks R".ute
lii supply. Edwards Road Work. Write }McNes C 9 |10 s :"*$.
.
I' I Peck becomes the level-headed f>e .4s Sfo VemnhU ? Teno tip

arbiter between these raging families W.C.f.U. -See STROCT REALTY t..r Farms.

headed by Bickford and Ives, or F01'iD-cr.amt"9 year old row or Brand Jersey on color right S and Homes, Businesses, acreage large

I Girls'CapriPants Jean Simmons is the hip resembling bar. Mark left smallSTROI'T
1.38Be seen as owner "WHEN A DRUNK DRIVES AS11'0 ; on HKI.T\
of a ranch that is coveted by her -ar. swallow fork under bit. Markon JOHME' II.5E. HIT
..\ THERE'S USUALLY A right ear under bit with end of
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I I (J. B. s 307. larkr. flu. S .1.II.!
I I two feuding 'neighbors, and is a MORNING AFTER OR JUST ear disfigured by worms. Owner
PHIICO HO-1I96 e Separate 2 cu.ft.freezer II I..5.aoI
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constant source of trouble. rray have by paying Advertising ".'h
g
stores MOURNING. I rout and board. Contact Sheriff Office. -

TOlhs. (NATIONAL VOICE.) Stchg 4 21 (rpenter! Contracting Residential
PHILCO9& 1 I Big automatic I Drawing and Hue ITInting.Rt. .
defrost refrigerator: I one of the lucky shoppers at your Eagle Rites WednesdayFor I FOR RENT: 2 bedroom unfurnished I Box l2-.%. Phone >\O '9-IC&
Pcupe. modern convenience J'4at
New"Polartone"* Mrs. TaylorMrs. '. old Blandmg Rd. Ilione LE Jtn 4'2J'
: int'riorrolor I Dept. Store to purchase one of these items Z'il 1tib.
/ Gudqetmaster Pyrofax Range FOR tUI.P"-on. show vase In rocodI.nditlon
Porcelain crisperDairv for 9c. hour Bessie Riley Taylor. 62, ot *15. Can too seen atmt >
Bar Door only Approximately every Immediate opening for eipTi"'-noed .
I' !Station lti'hg.FOR .
died in local
Ftarke, a hospital SALE jwrretary who I Is a permanent

REFRIGERATORL&w family Budgetmaster s>ize- from 10 T.M. to 4 P.M. when the alarm Tuesday morning after an illness ing itsidrnt.shorthand Mont be and proficient machine in dicta typ $S.\I.F.-Rolt.a.wa U In. t*
I of several months. She was born ALL RANGES MUST GO! tIn. in *! mattress 1!!?. Rt Hoi MS.
Reply
writing
price giving per-
sounds on the, clock, the last customer to in Peterson Ala. on Feb. 17, &'/. *-,nat hiMory and references toT Raiford Rd. Phone WO i'tt'i,
Brand. l..w 1959 models, her. now at lew.st prittl .tr-t le 12 cu. ft. I Surviving are one son, A.o' PRICE CUT3CYLGASFREE >raw..r_MS, Ktark, ItrhyFOR lth

i complete a purchase may purchase one .of Taylor of Starke; two brothers, I SALE-Late 1S51 Chevrolet ."'Olt "I.P.-JVhwub Iron Safoirh lr':

and three sisters all out of state. Old Make Down Payment I., 14 ton. 4-3 in. plate uteel rtake "> .24X.,.'!t UWill narrlfirr I'honen )
I Rouses II"
As Low\ As 179.95 With% Trade I these items for only 9c. Funeral services were held in INSTALLATION FREE I I body JInTitt.Good HY rond C-4171 it Ion.for Phone information R. F

-'- !I the Madison Street Baptist Church, after < p mWANTEDCarpenter Itrhg I IItK FOIND IT

cf which she was a member at Plus FREE (Cake DecoratorsSee
WorkDocks.Boat .
The nicest surhnrban
3 pjn. Wednesday with Rev. Jack Tour Pyrofax Distributor II' houses repairs, additions. ("onRtT' Famished hftme in nnfnrn.jihed. Bradford --
or
LISTEN FOR Mabry officiating. rail Jimmy Ricks Jr. WO '-%'$I. air coadhIonpj.

C. H. Philco Dealer I Following services here the CENTRAL FLORIDA GAS I Tip f'Q: .%. S. THOM,. RF.H.TORAt

Nasworlhy THE ALARM body was sent to Bessemer, Ala. AND APPLIANCE CO. : WANTED: -IIou,.ekeepr to care for i Temple .%.*. x.I. HO 4-5:.'
{ old Room and
for burial in the family plot in : yr. boy. board.
I 119 S. Walnut St. Starke mall salary. References required.
Valhalla Cemetery. DeWitt C. Contact Edward Corn, Pernard & FOR RENT
310 E.;Call St. Starke, Fla. \ Jones Funeral Home was in charge PRICE AS LOW AS $129.50 I'Burk Pipeline Engineering! Cn. hark I t(>v .. Klngslejr-Unfurnished I..fc,,. EectrlcitT.irO"'m
of Koch's Drugs. Phone WO 4-JS55. water, 2 acres ground. Star A
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: KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, MELROSE, FLORAHOME AND LAKE GENEVA




STAKKE FLORIDA. THURSDAY APRIL 16, 1959

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KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS ,_.:: -

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By Mary K. Schaeffer '
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.' e Chamber of Commerce Notes: Medical School. His subject was,

The "Proof" for the new Key- The University Hospital Medicals I

stone Heights Brochure was approved hoot." Musical numbers from

and 25,000 copies wereprinted "South Pacific": were rendered! Trees I
T.\
.+ 1F L p# this week. They will be! by the Melrose High School Glee .

viewed and distributed to mem Club. _
\ bers at the next C of C meet The next business meeting ol
MJI rr
1 .ng on Monday evening..April 20,, the Woman's Club will I be held on Bite \
jt in the Conference Room at the Tuesday April 21. This is an ; r -

a Clay Electric Co-op, at 8 p m. important meeting: because a ne

:. Other business on the agendafor constitution will be vcted on. wrh .I 1 vs .

this meeting will include the Tuesday, April 28, there will

rr w 'i4i A election of a Board of Directors, a Covered Dish Luncheon start '

.A- the appointment of a new Indus- ing at 1 p. m. Guest speaker will

F tiial; Committee, and reports on be Judge Marion Gooding, Judge Dust
i the progress of committees for tfle of the Juvenile Court of Duval I

Southern Regional Water-Ski County. You are ured to come,
Tournament. but please .
bring your own table

Summer Recreation service, as well as your covered : xd y
New Fire Officers
Department Program Planned dish.Plans

I The Summer Recreation Pro- are under way for a Bake

I fearn. Jr., Engineer; Sam Gardiner -Aid I Officer; Tommy Millican I gram. committee consisting of Sale on Saturday May 9. Keep

Secretary; Everett Fox Vice Chief; and Watt Hardenbergh, Marty Martin, Kitty McGlave, that date in mind.
- President; Dick SunderJand Cap- President. Rosemary Daurer Everett Fox Keystone Junior Woman's

; tain; Henry Hall, Assistant Chief. and Corbett Terrell met last Mon- Club ElectsAt -
2nd row Il-rl; Corbett Terrell Net present was Gene Williams, day evening to set up a recreation a meeting of the Junior I Keystone residents surveyed the inz before it finally gave up the). I Camphors shed lots of leaves and

( Captain: : Charles McGlave. First I I Treasurer. program for boys and girls Woman's Club on April 9, the fol- :scene with mixed emotions Monday -: jhost., : Among the interested spectators -! berries lAgainst t

this summer. The program will lowing officers for the coming i' as heavy bulldozers began t were Chief cf Police Jack !Ii : "Our shade trees were
Pearsall of Orlando visited Logsdon, Mrs. J. H. Williams ear elected i"rooting camphor trees for the''i Haberstroh, and Waterworks'' of the
consist of two baseball teams : were : president, Mrs. up one greatest attractions
friends in Melrose Saturday.Mrs. Mrs. Francis Cole, Mrs. Helen for boys and a softball team for Tom Gardner; vice president, long-awaited widening of Lawrence -:;[! president G. E. Wiggins I labovei.l!1i for summer residents. Their loss

C. W. Rogers left Sundayfor Foster. Following the luncheon tirls.; The program will run from Mrs. William E. Baker; recording Boulevard. !|i As townsfolk gathered to "side- ]has ruined our town."

a visit with her granddaughter they went to Mrs. Cicens home the middle of June to the middleof secretary Mrs.Jennings Murrhee Road contractors soon realized :'walk' superintend," some smiled.1 I Moderate: "I hate to see the

:Miss Elizabeth Rogers of for a card party. August and will be supervisedby Jr.; corresponding secretary, Mrs.i they had a man-sized job on their j I G some frowned. Opinion is still I trees go. but I saw a child almost -

Jacksonville.A Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Andersonand coach Carl Duncan.A Richard Cunningham; and treasurer hands as tenacious camphors.''relit down the middle in Key lose his life due to the congestion -

party of 20 members of the I Mr. and Mrs. Mark Small- budget was also set up by Miss Barbara Southwell. with long tap roots seemed de-j i.stone: as to the necessity) of sacrificing on our narrow business

Methodist Church and the WSCS : wood and daughters, Kim and the group. All expenses for this Hostesses for the evening were termined to stand their ground.' the trees f cr the widening street last summer.

went to the Methodist Youth 1 Jane, were visitors at,, the Grant program will be raised by dona- Miss Barbara Southwell, Mrs. W. Bulldozers dug, butted pulled.i process. Samples heard Tuesday: I The contractor. L. L. Hill

, Camp in Leesburg to spend a Rothhammer's Sunday. tions from our community. The L. Bunce, and Mrs. Tommy Milli- and tugged this tall specimen in For: "Taking out the trees will ,,I Construction Co. of Orange Park:

day as the guests of Mr. and Mrs.E. Johnny Breyfogle, son of Rev. recreation committee will be con- front of Watson's grocery for al-i save the city from $2.500 to $3.000 has 80 calendar days in which to

S. Hogan.J. and Mrs. M. H. Breyfogle. had asa tacting various groups and individuals can.The next meeting will be a most four hours Tuesday morn-:' annually in cleanins costs. complete the work.

l'I J. Hogan spent the weekend weekend guest. David Kerrins for donations during the birthday party-a first anniversary -
I at birth, and was named Donna
f Gainesville. was 11 years old. and she was as no further nominations from the
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with his next few weeks. for the club-at which time
son and daughterinlaw.Mr. Any individuals i
Silver Tea GivenA [I surprised with the party as the Linne. Mrs. Sullivan was the! floor The report of the committee -
and Mrs. E. J. Hogan and wishing to contribute to this rte installation of officers will be I!
former Carol
Reid. ;
family of Leesburg.Mr. Silver Tea was given by the most worthy program is asked to held. The party will be held on rest.The was accepted.
of the Trinity girls are also learning how Monday. Apnl 13. was a happy Circles will meet on Monday,
and Mrs. McCrea women Episcopal contact of the committee April 23. Hostesses for that date
and children. who Henry former resi- Church in the home of Col. and members.any will be Mrs. Jim Donnelly, Mrs. to handl ropes-knots, lashings, day for Mr.\ and Mrs. Gene Whit- April 20. Circle No. 1. with Mrs.
are
tle who live in Jacksonville Albrecht will meetat
etc. now as chairman
dents of Melrose and now residein Mrs. R. H. Kelly Sunday after- Student Day at Town Hall Frank Harris, and Mrs. Charles
New Arrivals but were Keystoners until recently. the home of Mrs. A. R. Gaunt
Jacksonville noon. April 25, will McGlave. I ,
Keystone Heights
recently spent
a
School NewsThursday Mr. and Mrs. Jorge Valdejulli Their first son was born at 12:30: noon. There will be a
day as guests of Rev. and Mrs. have a new town government! Buried Treasure FoundIn .
is the big day at Williams Hetherington Yard ol Keystone Heights are the happy Monday morning at St. Vincent'sHospital. picnic-type luncheon. C N o t e
H W. Tyler. Many of their friends After a profusion of election
i He 8 IDS. 12 in time 1.
The seniors parents of a young man born weighed oz. change
are
Garage.
visited them. and Friday evening. April 10. Mr.
posters, long-winded -
campaign
Tuesday morning, April 7, at the He is the Whittle's third child.CHURCH Circle No.2. chairman. Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Williams taking over the garage with all speeches the ballots have and Mrs. Jim Hetherington and
.Bradford He NEWS David Nelson will meet at the
County Hospital.
left Sunday for their home inTrumbull. the profits from the day going been counted. The new town officials Mr. and Mrs. Bob Fiertz entertained '
weighed a mere 9 lb. 15"2 oz. At Community Church Sews: nome of Mrs. Emmett Jones at
toward the senior
Conn. trip. will all be 7th and 8th their friends at a treas-
Melrose School Glee present writing; your reporterwas At a recent meeting of Community 1:30 p. m. Mrs. Helen Kennedywill
The High hunt which
ure
Mrs. A. J. Cicen entertained grade students from Keystone kept everyone
Church Women the be co-hostess.
uninformed as to what his nom-
: v/ith a delightful luncheon atHuff's Club sang at the District Women'sCJub Mon- Heights Elementary School, elect- iuessing.into The of guests three were divided Winners :name would be. He is Valdejulil's inating committee presented the Mrs. Henry MickI-'s Circle No.
meeting in Keystone. groups couples.
Sundries Monday April ed by their classmates in a cam- lollbwing 3. will the home of Mrs.J. .
i fifth child and their third boy. slate of officers for the meet at
6. day. They presented excerpts were Mr. and Mrs. Sam I
Guests at the luncheon included paign that should be an examplefor
Mr. and Mrs. John Reid are coming year: president. Mrs. W. A. Williams at 12 noon.
from South Pacific The group Gardner, Mr. and :Mrs. Jim Don-
Mrs. Mark Herzog, Mrs. Lorena their elders in enthusiasm
I happy over the arrival of their J. Grolick: first vice president Circle No. 4. Mrs. Sara McDonals. -
sang "Bali Hi, "Carefully nelly, Neal Avery and :Miss ,Mar- I'
and interest.
Guy." first grand-child a ilttle girl (Program Chairman' Miss Cleva I chairman will meet at the
Taught. and "Wonderful, da Morris. These "bloodhounds"Jound
innovationof
The credit for the born at St. Vincent's in Carson second vice I home of Miss Cleva' Carson at
Hospital president
Then Susan Bass .sand, as a solo, ;
KEYSTONE DEPARTMENT STOREMen's. Hall the treasure buried in Hetherington's' '
Town
,. I and a student day at Jacksonville Thursday, April 2. [Missionary Education I, Mrs. 12 noon. There win be a covered
"Younger Than Springtime" Club. back yard, under the
the local
goes to Rotary The is the child of Mr. and Chester Mrs. dish luncheon
baby Moody: secretary.
Women's Children's Clothing & Shoes "There is
Alvin Lilly sang a solo, Abide from the assistance'of Jack dog-house. Following this discovery -
Mrs. Bobby Joe Sullivan of Jack- Leon Wagner treasurer Mrs. The Nightengales, with Mrs.
Nothing Like a Dame. Five chil- I the hostesses served a
SPORTS WEAR A SPECIALTY Haberstroh. local chief of police,: sonville. She weighed 8 lb. 6 oz. Charles Wallenius. There were [Continued on next Page
dren 'assisted in the program.A and Ray Chance of the CountySheriff's delicious picnic lunch to their --- --- -
Keystone Heights Lucile Foster, Owner monthly meeting of the Stu- office in counting the hungry gu Sts.
jent Council was held. on Mon- ballots, the students were in Girl Scout News

lay. Topics discussed were a charge of the entire process of Brownie Scout Troop No. 229 MUUI O ROOM COflllMG!

-.chool. patrol sponsored by the the election. now has 16 members. Last week

Student Council but enforced by Student officers are: Mayor .Junie Ridaught. a fourth-grader,.
KEYSTONE GAS COMPANY the Boy Scouts, the Saddle Hawkns Dan Dodd; son of Mr. and Mrs.,joined the 'troop and she will be

Dance to be held on April 25 Fled Dodd; Chief of Police, Row- among the seven girls who will
DEPENDABLE 24-HOUR SERVICE and giving awards at graduationtime an Thomas, son of Mr. and Mrs. "fly up" to the Girl Scout Troop

to underclassman for out- W. R. Thimas; Tax Assessor, this spring. 2. HP 14,500 BID PER HR

Day Phone GAS Nile Phone standing work achieved throughout Dianne Brokas daughter of Mr. Last Friday the "fly up" girls

4351 SAF- 2582 the year.A and Mrs. Alex Brokas: Tax Col- prepared and conducted a flag
girls softball game will beheld lector, Tom Gardner son of Mr. ceremony in the yard of Leslie COOL COMFORT-

Thursday afternoon, last and Mrs. Sam Gardner; Clerk- Beam. They have also started ALL THROUGH
COOKING HEATING WATER HEATINGMost neriod. The girls taking part will I Treasurer Mickey Robinson, son learning the ten Girl Scout Laws. YOUR HOME

')P. the third period gym class cf Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Robinson Their activities are a part of the
Complete Line of House' Heating Equipment In North coached by Dave Barber and the ; Councilman of District 1, Tenderfoot requirements for entering Power +| Plus-to cool,ventilate -

;cJt; period !gym class coached by Mac Hall, son of Mr. and Mrs. the Intermediate Girl exhaust smoke and odors, '
Florida. If You Plan to Add Heat This Winter See Vs First Mrs. Gerry Jackson.ST. Scout Troop. air.t POWER+PLUS
Henry Q. HaIl; Councilman of dehumidify, ahd filter the
The girls in Scout Troop No.
District 2. Kenny Terrell, son
dimensions .
ANN'S EPISCOPAL of Mr. and Mrs. Corbett Terrell; 190 are all working on their Compact new homeAIR
CHURCH, KEYSTONEM. beautiful'modern styling.Ttoo-
Councilman of District 3, Jimmy Second Class rank. Three girls
ATTRACTIVE MASONRY HOUSE II. Breyfogle. Minister Fox. son of Mr. and Mrs. Everett 'will be ready to be invested when speed fan concealed controls,

Morning Prayer and Sermon, Fox Councilman of District 4, I they pass one or more tenderfoot all-direction cooling i low operating
2 Bedrooms, Dining Area, Living Room, Kitchen, Tile '}:30 a. m. Sunday School. 10 a. m.: ; of Mr. and requirements. The girls are considering CONDITIONER

Bath, Hardwood Floors, Floor Furnace, Lots of Stor- Holy Communion each ,first Sun-' Eric Mrs. Re Huntley.fearn, son Redfearn; and a _swimming party in the cost See it today!

age, Carport. Three years old. Centrally located, in lay. Parish Supper each third Councilman of District 5. Deanna near future. Kay Sunderland ha s

town near shopping, doctors, beach, and churches. Wednesday, 6:30: p. m. Lee. granddaughter of Mr. and finished her Intermediate Friendship -

Financing arranged. Far above average, on well land. Mrs. H. W. Lloyd. requirements by reportingnn or- ,
St. WJliam's Catholic Chapel life in Jamaica. She acquiredher
tenure of office is
soaped lot. If the April
t Keystone Heights itself information from Mrs. John
election
as! sucessful as the

S. E. M KA Y REALTOR Sunday Mass at 8:30 a. m. it has been indicated that this Ruffini who is a former resi
-- dent of Jamaica.At .
i- Holyday Mass at ":00.a. m. student; day will become an an- =-..=...-=.. :.-::ry-::::wwwwwi.w.ww,... ,
Mass at 8:00 a. m. nual occasion in Keystone their meeting April 10. the .I-. :: wwwwwwwww.www.wwwwww.wwwwwwmw..w.wwwnwwn- Z 999S
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Keystone Heights Phone 3701-2051-4151 4209 Confessions before an Masses. Heights. It is hoped it will serveto girls of Troop 190 were surprised ., .".'......,..._....-.......-........ ..."...
understanding when Mrs. Libby Campbell camein "'" 1.-------
better
and Instructions promote '
Baptisms maniaees
with a birthday cake and re 'e-------"_ TERMS
by appointmeat. of government among the future -....
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Watch Your Grow KEYSTONE HEIGHTSDr. Heights : ..
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fire extinguishers which they. FILE Installs easily in window, transom, or wall.

Dr. James D. Pact Organist will give to the Keystone Heights CASE R 158 to fit budget!
DOUAR GROWTH THROl SAVINGS Choir Director. School. The recent Chicago school A real "power-house" priced your

Services: Churca School 9::4ajn. :) fire started the men of the Fire, A farmer suffered_for week;
", ,. .1!.> Morning Worship 11 a.m. J
'."- I' 0' to ponder and investigate ]with a condition commonly known
:. -... o '.. .. .< ,Dcpt. '
1 (the situation at the School. Sam lIS neuritis and bursitis. Becanstof !
THE
RIGHT POINT for the
= i t tray you write. Come in and select Gardner Everett Fox. and George I the stiffness in his neck an CARTON COMING IN MINUTES

your favorite ESTERBROOK Schaeffer will install the extinguishers -I pain in his arms and shonldenhe

Fountain Pea. TELEGRAPH.HAS in the near future. could not rest at night. Darin ;
The Fire Dept. has three new the'day it was impossible to bt

ci ''p TTTTTTTTTT.TTTTTTTTTTTTY I members: Charles Tolford. Toby comfortable in any position. Hrrtpoirdr portableAIR
Jackson and Darrell Davis. i
This man-was examined by a
) The Dept. has divided into two
chiropractor who found a Den
DRINKINGBecome teams, each ,of which has regular CONDITIONER
- pressure in the neck was causingthe '
,drills once a month. One team \s
trouble. The pressure was
trains on the first: Tuesday eve- '
A Problem I removed and the patient again EVERYTHING YOU NEED
second
ning, and the other on the
: enjoys good health.Chiropractic 3 do-it-yourself installation Is in the carton!
for
Tuesday. easy
TO YOU?
I Woman's Club Hostess to has restored healthin Half the size half the weight of most other 1-hp
to 8000 BTU per boor capaciiiefl.;
Alaehoa Co. Federation many so called "iDeurableeonditJons. I makes.Up

.- The Mutual Group of Wednesday of last week the .*. ,
Keystone Heights Woman Club I Take
I gtod cost
Open A Savings Account Today ALCOHOLICS and the Keystone Heights Junior For problem eases ,phone or hom .r... 95 SAVE WIKIMA INSTALLATION COSTDELIVERY z
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ANONYMOUS Woman's Club were hostesses to write the 1 Sleep tool tofirgtilt r to COST
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Federation of .
the Alachua County _
Dr. H. G.
Bellinger
There 93
Woman's Clubs. were

THE KEYSTONE STATE BANK Meets Wed. and Fri. Nightsat ladies attending from Gainesville ChiropracticOffices
A'achua. High Springs Haw- REDFEARN'S
7:30 P.M. in the old despot 42C NVWalMt: Bt.lt'1 .
A thorne. Archer and Metro Mrs. 'h _
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Friendly Bank in a Friendly Community WO/4-2SU Stark
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at Keystone Heights Allen Graham. of'Melrose. president
Keystone Heights, Fla. of the. Alachua. Federation: H

Member F.D.I.C or Phone Keystone 3573 I;presided -at the meetings. ,Guest s:7Za E. UaiersltyPkeoe

:speaker was Dr. Russell Poor; Pro- Gadestfie Phone 9391 Keystone'BrIghts, FU.

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back: on Friday evening from his I :s. who has been visiting in Key ....T ...yf..T..T.TI
family. I
KEYSTONEHIGHLIGHTS trip to Kansas City, Mo., where I stone with her father, Jesse Lew- accompanied the Waters to Lake cur friends but we hope this one feeling much better at this writ ,
he attended the National Episco- is. Jane will stay in New York!: Little Miss Nancy Norton received Butler to visit Mrs. Waters mo- sill be better. The patients are ing.

: : pal Conference on Town and for about 10 days, visiting her' LA\V\ IEYt many beautiful gifts at abirthdarparty'given ther, Mrs. Bessie Hancock, for

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her
by mother the day. .
I Country Work. cousin, and her aunt: Mrs. Far -
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L I4AA Jo.U.A..A..A..A..A..A..A..A..A..A.U.& PersonalsMrs. go Balliett. rfy Un. Joyce T. Fetch4AAAAAAfc4.AAAAAiAAAAAAAA Mrs. Brad Norton, at the Miss Shirley Green and Kenneth -

[Continued from Page One I Anna James and Mr. and Ensign Paul Bird spent last home of her grandmother Mrs. Green accompanied Miss 0 a WEEKEND
Selma
Eunice .
Saturday after- COTTAGES
Mrs. Charles I Carolyn McDavid and friend
King recently visited weekend with his grandmother, ',1.J \
Lucille Starnes chairman will FMartna tales'and roon. Those present 'Mrs.
as were
5 Air. King's brother, R. Russell Mrs. Ella C, Bird. Ensign Bird recently Mrs. Vaughlers Phillis to the Georgia State College -
meet at the home of Mrs. Laura King in St. Petersburg. When arrived in Norfolk, Va.. on and( Mrs. Mae Wells were in J. S. Eunice and son, David for Women, Sunday. The I ALL FACILITIES PROVIDED

Sutherland, at 8 p. m. Dr. Holt, they came home, Mr. King accompanied the Fcrestal, after being in the Middleturg: on Sunday -for a vist Frank Whitenack Rev. and Mrs. girls visited Carolyn's parentsfor I

the pastor, will be the guest them, and will}J stay Mediterranean for six months. with Mrs. Ruth Barthlow and! Earl Moses, Chuck and Allen several days and Miss Nancy| $6' PER NIGHT

speaker. la I few days with his brother at While his ship is in Norfolk hewill ,Mis. Effie Mae Green.- Norton. Misses Elizabeth Terry, Carson of the University of Flori- I
The Rebeccas, with Mrs. Jim Mrs. Rob Futch, Mr. and Mary Julia Futch, and Mrs. da was their weekend j
Twin Lakes before proceeding to be sent to Brunswick, Ga., Mrs. guest. (Up to Two Beds
Sleeps Four
Futch. 1 People
Joyce )
Hetherington as chairman, will hiS home in Jersey Shores, Penn. lor five weeks for a course in Thecpolis Reddish Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Mott gave i !
meet at the home of Mrs. Bill Mr. Joe Starling and daughter and Saturday guests of Mrs. Mat- a going party for'Hal Mott j
King has just passed his 90th Air Command, after which he away Free Use of 1 Boat with
Scales at 8 p. m. birthday.Mr. plans to take a week's vacationin the H. C. Harley family were tie Henderson were Mr. and Mrs.C. at their home recently. Hal has I Each Cottage I

Circle Leaders are asked to takea and Mrs. Bill Cannon, of Keystone with his grandmoth- among those visiting Mrs. A. J. B. Cannon and family and joined Uncle Sam's forces and 6 Rental gives all U
you day Saturday
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Smart and Saturday night',
Starling, who is will be stationed at Ft.
vote on the General Meeting Arlington, Fla., and their three quite ill at the Jackson, and all
family cf Jacksonville and Mr. day Sunday at our Camp. Ideal
er.Mike family outing.
cf the Ladies' Group. children, Mary Ann, Butch, and Walrath son of Mr. and home of her son-in-law and ; S. C. Approximately 22 young people -
Friday evening May 1, at 6:30: Eddie, spent Saturday afternoon Mrs. Frank Walrath, Jr., who daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph and Mrs. Truby Rowe of Starke. enjoyed the party with Hal. Excellent Fishing. AH you need to bring is food!
visiting the Higginbotham of Baldwin. Mr. and Mrs. Bennett Millerof Ronald Dukes of
there will be a Family Fellowship George Schaffers, underwent an emergency appen- Fairbanks was
Night, starting with a Covered the Everett Foxs and other former dectomy on April 7, came home Sunday'guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs.Miami Miller's spent parents the weekend Mr. with and the recent guest of Lloyd King. DORSET: Resort at Buddy's Landing

Dish Supper. The meeting will be neighbors cn Peach Street. from the Bradford County Hos* Harry Wilkerson and daughter Those interested in the up keep M I

in'the Educational Building. Mrs. Mrs. Jack Reid has just returned pital on Tuesday, having made a and Mrs. Katie Padgett were Mrs. Pete Crawford.Mrs. cf Dedan Cemetery are asked to

Gaunt Mrs. Grolick and Mrs. from Jacksonville where she most satisfactory recovery.Mr. Air. and Mrs. James Padgett and Bennett Wilkison was in send donations to E. B. Crosby I West Shore Santa Fe Lake 6 :Mi.\ South of Waldo

Kennedy, all members of the supervised the care and feeding and Mrs. H. L. Cotton spent family of Jacksonville.Mr. Jacksonville for a visit with her treasurer of this project. Reports !

Board of Stewards, are cochairmen. tf her new grand-daughter who I the-weekend with Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Rowell Prevatt son-in-law and daughter Mr. and are that the funds are very low I

This is to be a very im- had just arrived home from the I Sam Gardner and family. The and family visited Mr. and Mrs.II 1 Mrs. Roger Edwards. and need to be replenished as ,
hospital. The girl is the child of' Cottons who are Mrs. Gardner's Ernest Scutherland of Lake But- Guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. S. there is work that needs to be
portant gathering, and is hoped 'I
that no one will miss it. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Joe Sullivan parents, were enroute from Fort ler, Sunday.Mr. !Tanner during the weekend were done there now. LOCAL MANAGER FOR"World's
Mr. and Bill Zack of Jacksonville
Your pastor is anxious to know of Jacksonville.Mr. I Lauderdale to their home in and Mrs. Raymond Williams Mrs. We are happy to see Benny Mc-

the names of anyone who is ill or and Mrs. S. J. Hilbert of Charleston,-W. Va. of Jacksonville were guests, and Johnny Danny, and Rae home even though he is cn

in trouble. If you' know of any Stunner, Mich. were Sunday afternoon Gus Gardner, who has been vis- during the weekend, of Mr. and Dean Bennett of the State Farm. crutches. He is recovering from a Jim Walter
Misses Julia Futeh Elizabeth -
such person, please call Dr. Holt. visitors at the George iting his son Sam Gardner, for Mrs. Ed Durban and sons. Mary I recent serious automobile acci Corp.

The Stewards meet each Sun- Schaeffer's.Mrs. about seven weeks, left last Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hyatt and Terry, Mrs. Joyce Futch dent.Mr.:
visited Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Durham -
day at the close of the servicein Herbert Nelson and her morning for his home in daughters of Crystal River were i Jacksonville af and Mrs. Woodrow Thomas
in -
the Choir Room to receive son Herbie, Jr., returned to Key- Charleston, W. Va. with plansto Saturday over night guests of Saturday and children were Sunday guestsof
: new members. slone Heights last week after an visit along the way. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Crews. They ternoon.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Lewis of Largest Home Builders"
and Mrs. Walter Wilkison
If A nursery is conducted every absence of about six weeks during Miss Mary Lou Gardner has also visited Mrs. Leona Edwards Starke. Mr. Lewis accompaniedthem
Sunday in the Educational Building which time they visited Mr. and been working in Keystone State while here. visited their grandchildren, Linda home for the night and

: with Mrs. Elizabeth 0 Campbell Mrs. Ed Szymanski and family, Bank, substituting for Mrs. Don Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sweat and and Larry at the home of their made a business trip to Gainesville WILL BE IN STARKE
Cecil
and Mrs.
in charge. and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hartley Morgan, who is on vacation. When children of Jacksonville were parents: Mr. Monday.Mrs. -

: The'Sewing Circles of the Community :and family, all of Wilmington, Mrs. Morgan return, Mary Lou weekend guests of her parents, Dobbs. Bishop Thomas and children EACH
.*Church have offered to I Dela. Mrs. Szymanski and Mrs. expects to fly to Charleston, W. Mr._and Mrs. Carl Carter. Mr. and, :Mrs. O. J. Phillips were Mrs. Woodrow Thomas and THURSDAYAT

make robes for the Junior Choir, Hartley are both Mrs. Nelson's Va. to viiit her grand-parents, Jimmy Eunice of Valdosta State Sunday afternoon guests of Miss children and Patricia Thomas

which- is' in charge of Mrs. Jim I daughters, the former Sue Nelson Mr. and Mts. H. L. Cotton. College was here this weekend Debbie Phillips and the SimeonPhilh'ps attended the youth meeting in

: Hetherington. The Choir hopesto and Mary Lou Nelson, respectively. Mrs. Blanche Cunningham, with his parents Mr. and Mrs.J. family of Palatka. Johnstown Friday night.
Lake Geneva correspondent, Mr. and Mrs. Ab Norman and Mrs. Bishop Thomas and children STARKE HARDWARE
be ready by Mother's Day. I jour H. Eunice and his grandmother CO.
: Friday evening, April 10, the Robert Read of Cincinnati, has been quite ill, but is now improving Mrs. Selma Eunice. family of Highland called on Mrs. visited the A. B. Whitehead

young*people of the church and Ohio, spent the weekend in Key- every day, and will soon Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cruce and Senie Mr. Prevatt and Sunday Ed Teston afternoon.and family in 'the New River section t 12:30 P.M. TO GOO P.M.

: of the Community' enjoyed 'a stone Heights fishing with Joe be writing the Lake Geneva go- family of Orlando visited the Mrs. Sunday.
weenie roast at S. E. McKay's.Dauer. Mr. Read is an accomplished ines-on again. Frank Cruce family on Sunday. son of Tampa spent the weekend Mrs. Groover Thomas spent the e

: Beach. The boys and girls as- musician who demonstrates Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Morgan, Jr. The Paul Smiths have been Kith the Lonnie and Earl Teston weekend in Gainesville visitingthe For Appointments Call

sembed at the Educational Building Baldwin organs. were in Jacksonville Sunday afternoon having double trouble lately. families.Mr. Bill Genovar family and Mr.

.and. then went to Mr. Mc- Mrs. N. M. Rountree of Jacksonville visiting the Bolles School. Their youngest son, George was and Mrs. George Roberts rnd Mrs. Wilbur Thomas. JACKSONVILLE EV 7-1141 Collector
and of Gainesville Sun-
Kays' in a group. Following the :: spent the weekend with where their son, Bob, is a stud- cismissed; from Doctor's Hospital son were Things sure turned out bad for

Weenie Roast, they returned to Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ridaughtand ent. They were there for the on Monday, and another son, day supper guests of Mr. and some of our friends last week. A STARKE WO 4-5311

: '.the Educational Building for a family. Mrs. Ridaught is Mrs. monthly dress parade, includinga Charley, entered the hospital on Mrs. G. W. Roberts.BROOKER. bee stung Mrs. S. M. Mott and she

session of dancing. Chaperones Rountree's daughter.Mr. military marching band, of Tuesday. We wish for them a ,..n.V T V.V T.....a.. was in bed several days as a re- "11 It's A Quality Home .
: '. f cr the evening were Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Harold Ridaught which Bob is a member. Follow- speedy recovery. sult. Little Roy Clark ate a tung

Bill Baker, Dr. AR>ei C. Holt,I were pleasantly surprised Sunday ing the parade, a tea was held Arthur Green of Norfolk, Va. nut and was rushed to the hospital I j It's A Jim 'Walter Home"

: the pastor, and lM.. L. Sibley.(when their daughter, Mrs. Richard for the parents and guests. is visiting his parents Mr. and in Gainesville very sick.I
Herbert Nelson is in Bradford Then Mrs. J. V. Edwards slipped OTHER OFFICES
There were approximately 60 Barton, and their daughter- :Mrs. Bill Green. :
e boys 'and girls attending. in-law, Mrs. Leslie Ridaught, County Hospital, having enteredon Mrs. F. Gladieux" and family By Barbara Sue Davl.a.uaav.w.waAU.a. and fell, injuring her left hip and OCALA GAINESVILLE .. AIN

: St. William's Church came to spend the day with them. Monday, the 13. visited the Jacksonville Zoo on .. ..a. is now home In a cast. All in all
0 The Altar Society will meet in:'?frs. Barton, the former Joann Mr, and Mrs. Carl'Duncan have Sunday. last week was bad for some of t I

e the Recreation Hall at 7:30, Tuesday -'!'jKidaught, lives in Tampa now moved from the Pangborn cottageon Mrs. Gordon L. Peterson of Mr. and Mrs. George Raborn

: evening: April 21. where her husband is stationed.The Lakeview Drive to the houseon Jacksonville spent from Tuesday I visited Mr. and Mrs. Felix Sullivan -

St. Anne's Episcopal Church I younger Mrs. Ridaught livesin Lawrence Blvd. formerly occupied to Thursday with her son-in-law! in Theressa Sunday after- .

: The Altar Guild of St. Anne's St. Petersburg, where she is by Robert Knox. Mr. Duncan and .daughter, Mr. and Mrs. R. E.'. noon.
is a teacher in the Keystone Mrs. N. J. Sowells visited her
Episcopal Church will meet Mon- employed while her husband is GAINESVILLE
'. day afternoon, April 20, at 2 p. over-seas. Htights: Junior High. Lee.Herbert Griffis of Raiford visited mother, Mrs. McDavid of Gaines-

m. Mrs. J. D. Henderson, chairman Miss Jane Reynolds, daughterof Mrs. Roy Watkins, Mrs. Char- Mr. and Mrs. Howard Norman ville; Saturday.Mr. .
e urges everyone to be preent Mr. and Mrs. William Reynolds les Wallenius, Mrs. James Cook, Sunday morning. Mrs. Norman. and Mrs. H. A. Coleman of
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at this meeting. has gone to New Ycrk with.Mrs. A. F. Crosby, and Mrs. and children went home with him! Gainesville were Sunday luncheon -

.-- Father Breyfogle is expected I her 'cousin. Miss Marguerite Lew- George Colgin were in Jacksonville and had dinner with her parents,: 'guests of Mr. and Mrs. N.

all day last Tuesday, attend- Mr.. and Mrs. Carlos Rosier. I J. Sowells.
; "That* "Our Business V ing the State Convention of -the Guests, Mrs. Joyce Fut h andi; Dottie Sue KeUey and Nancy One. Quart I With Each
Florida Federation of Womman's Ralph during the weekend were Green were 'i Sunday afternoon

: If It's Hubs. The meetings were held In Miss of Tallahassee guests of Terry Sowells.
Glass We Have IU I Mary Julia Futch / I $
the Mrs. Edna Hayes and Mr. and or Gallon
George Washington 0 HoteL One You
,1 CALL WRITE- ; or VISIT Mrs. Benton, and Steve Mrs. O. C. Hayes of Gainesvillewere Buy
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHKEYSTONE and Eve Futch of Starke.

Joe Peters Glass Co HEIGHTS, FLAJ. Kathy Carter of Starkespent Mrs. Guy Sunday Harrell.guests of Mr, and

R. Smith Saturday night with her cousin
pastor. Ralpn
Mrs. Rcsie Pinholster, Mrs. Mary Carter Paint
and Brenda Bennett.Mr. Store
Copeland Minister of Music and Judy
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1'dk NY 'GLASS"-NEED o. Nora Sapp, Mrs. N. G. Hayes and
church organist V frs; and Mrs. Marklee Padgett I

: We Desfgn Modern Store FrontsJust' Services: Sunday School 9:45a. and son of Clay Hill visited the. Mrs.shower Guy for Harrell Mrs. O.attended C. Hayes a stork at I 501 N. W. 8th Ave. Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR 6-7588

tlair m A Pattern for **; m. Morning Worship, 11:a. m. Theodore Crews family, Satur
the home of Mrs. Donald Rick of
Table Tops Training Union, 7 p. m. Evening
0 day.Saturday Gainesville, last week.
: 1313 NW services 8 p. m. o guests of Mr. and
4th PL
Gainesville Fla.
Phone FR. 2-4353 Mrs. J. B. Russ and son and
"Make church worship a family Mrs D. B. Thomas and Diann .
I Livingston Russ of Apopka itedfriends'
1 :affair." were. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cannon
and relatives here Mon-
and Charlotte Linda
daughter, ,
: Green and .Elaine Hingson of,' the. day.Gent

0 State Farm.Mrs i Monday Stokes after visiting returned his daughter home- INSTALLMENT PLAN
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1 tlJ ; Mattie Carter ana family .- Mrs. J. B. Russ of Apopka .

.. -- .. .. were Sunday'guests of Mr. and and Bertha Stokes of Arcadia for I IijLUfilBING
0 Mrs. Farley. Austin of Clay Hill.
.. :several days.
c 9" 0 Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Williams
r I Mr. and Mrs. Reed Lewis and
Ranch of Wellborn were Saturday over- HEATING REPAIRS
Wagon
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12' It children of Starke were the Saturday -
night guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert '
4 a t:::.1 night dinner guests of Mr
Priest and family r
and Mrs. C. L. Atkinson.
Mrs.0 Gordon L. Peterson, and
a f Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Robinson of
: Johnny Lee were in Hawthorne Lakeland were weekend guests of NOW\ AVAILABLE FOR THE
Meet 6 special cars for special people from Wednesday for a visit with Mrs.T. Mrs. Rufus Green and Mr. and

a FordarRaacA 1Na x r America's. station wagon specialists.No 0 Titus. Mrs. Dick Raulerscn.

,0 0 0 matter what you need in a wagon, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kelly and Allen Lewis of Earlton Beach
visited Mr. and Mrs. Roy '
a Ford's got the one that fits.you best Tomlinson son of New River Sunday; was the weekend guest of his bro- PEOPLE OF THIS' AREA
ther, Mrs. Amanda Lewis while
Turilla and and I.
Jchnny son
his wife visited friends and rela-
Q- .... HARDTOP STYUNG! Beauty, anyone? Only Ford Jimmy; Thompson of Buffalo, N. tives in Collins Ga. r
"
: = wagons give 7W Twnderbird elegance abd hardf Y. visited Mr. and Mrs. H. C.
rdor Rev. and Mrs. Thomas of
Country Sedan High

.e top styling. f r: *.- -0. 0 Harley Mrs. last Steve week.Starling Jr. visited Waters Springs and of Worthington Mr. and Mrs.Springs Archie LOANS FROM $100 TO $3,500 ,

___ OVER 13 CUBIC FHT MORE CARGO SPACE...room her husband in the Veterans k
for visited :Mrs. Mammie Hodge Sunday -
enough even a 9-foot boat. a Hospital Lake City, on Saturday.Mrs. :'afternoon. : .{

: D. Jones weiner
A. gave a
0 ai EASIEST TO LOAD AND ONLOAD I Only Ford in its Mr. and Mrs. Odell Waters and
roast for her daughters Kathy
: country sedan field lets you open and dose the rear gate wttk-. daughter, Sandy of Dundee were


: "' F $ A 1M AU"sun.hand. ..0.. FORWARD! Only Ford wagons in and affair Tnose Brenda were enjoying,Mary Saturday this Wilkerson afternoon.delightful, Alma G.Sunday W. Davis breakfast family.guests Dickie of DavisBefore the Nothing Dowp 36 Mo. to Pay i Low Interest, !

4! Jean Prevatt. Linda Devore,
0 their. field let ettrybodg look ahead You.don'thave 0 '
: to crawl the the third Richard and Raymond Durban,
over tailgate to seaL
.. Chuck Moore J. S. and Danny Fast! No Delay! No Red Tape! :

9-P s ner Country Sedaa TARORED TO YOUR BUDGET,TOM YoS Start Saving Waters, and their mother Mrs. 1 1w

: 10 the minute you buy.Ford offers the lowest-priced James Waters. I

n ""' =*, Si* 'n wagon of the most popular three. Mrs. Nancy Keene was givena FUNDS AVAILABLE AT ONCE IF CREDIT RATING GOODWe I
birthday dinner at her home on -
A \j' .r-'.' _" PASSENGER COUNTRY SOCTRf! Sunday. Those. attending were
.: This handsome 4-door. 9-posseng
: .....- Ezelle Wise and family and
t' Mrs. ,
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1' ,'-, ,,/r Sundry calling to Monday hauling Miss Eloise Hart of Bell; Mr. and are pleased to announce. that we can now offer you the oppor
'. Mrs.. J. Anderson and family, : ,

, :. 1_..., Mrs. Gertrude-Towery, Mrs. Morgan tunity to make modernization? improvements to. your home through
;. ... Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Keene
'"- -, and family of Jacksonville; Mr. the Xoland Credit Co. This is a much-needed: service in this area.

and Mrs. V. H. Keene and family
We make easy arrangements for at home office in
you or our
your
ef Glen st.'Mary'S: Mr. and Mrs. .. '

.. ). Newn M. Bradley and family, Its 'Too Late Starke. Now you can have that longrneeded_ extra bath, new heating 0 "'
MrS. Chism and
Mr. and Rudolph
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(.:' ..h.r .,.._,_"_ family, and'E. Bradley of Starke; Protect yourself against or modernized kitchen.

: Ai1.q Ab.t ns Gloria and Roger Padgett and the loss or damage to yourr

: Cw fOClr TORO l ACEQS s Allen Lloyd Hart Wilkerson famfly. of Tampa store with adequate fire l

spent the weekend with his mo- insurance. Call us today for Vfe ;
details about Specializetin American $Standard Products!
: 7Ae worfjs fnost ther, Mrs. Florida Wilkerson.Mr. complete our -
oom'OID and Mrs. Tom Norman and low cost plan.UiarleyE.

1): rcportbnWAGQtJS family of Macclenny were Sunday If Interested Call
Write
or
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r. guests of the Leonard Prevatt Johns


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Sunday School, 8:45 a., m.
: If I olt're Interested in 11:15. Episcopal 'Young People.Morning .
an' ,N Used Car Be : I
Sure to See Your Ford Dealer Dial WO 4-0121 .
Prayer and Sermon 118 N. Court St.
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206 W. :Madison\ Phone 4-114l
St.
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BHS Nine Wins for giving Bradford's up 4 hits four and errors 3 walks.I two But of Goodman Named I ion Passed team:: two resolutions" betaken I Fire Damages ............yyyy ......, I home in Grandin.T. -I of her nephew. Edward Varnes.. I I

Sgt. and Mrs. Edward Guido!
Mr. and Mrs. Harry R. Pierce
them throwing errors the final to the Department Convention Home Of Negress FLORAHOMEAND I
From Santa Fe As Commander ( and children of Rhode Island and children have moved into the
score might have been a different pertaining to Legion activities -
story. and administration; I Take a shingle roof, let it dry GRANDIN called on friends in Grandin last home they recently 'purchased
Loses To PKY Win Over Santa Fe Of Legion PostSeeber well and then add a spark. You week. from Dr. Herr.
Voted to pay share of expenses Mrs. Homer B. Sikes Sr. arrived The Keystone Sand Co. of
The Tornadoes robably will come with a pile Dane
scored their first for high school boys, John Dodd up By
I of ashes. home last Sunday from Barnes- Grandin is opening a new sand
Charles Layfield of P. K. Yonge, conference win of the season last D. Goodman was elected' and Hank Graham, to attend Boys
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA ville, Ga. Shehad "
spent several pit on SR 100. on the east side
tossed a brilliant two-hit shut-' Friday in defeating Santa Fe Commander of American Legion State in Tallahassee; Elvina Leonard, a Negro woman ,
days there because of the Illness of Church Lake. J
out as the Blue Wave scored a [there] 4-3. i Post 56 at the annual election held Made plans for about 20 mem- living at 1254 Edwards Road Attendance at Sunday School
<-0 Keystone Conference victory Rivers struck out 7, walked 4,i Tuesday night. Goodman has been bers to attend the District Conference was a little more fortunate last and Worship were very good at I
over Bradford High at Harris and gave up 6 hits. He was also active in the local Post for tor in Gainesville on Apr. 26; Thursday afternoon. Florahome Church of God Sunday -
Field in Gainesville Tuesday af- the leading hitter for BHS with the past ten years, having servedin Received award (ribbon for post Fire Chief Dwight Carpentersaid with 42 In Sunday School. I
ternoon. 2 to his credit. several offices and as First Vice flag) for being one of the first the dangerous recipe produced The three children of Mr. and, Look no further for
PKY, in gaining its fourth win Santa Fe pitcher Garvin Combs Commander last year. posts> in the State to complete its. a hole of about five feet diam Mrs. Paul Huber are ill with the
in six games this season got the struck out 7. walked 5. and gave Others elected Tuesday night 1959 membership drive last falL eter in her roof. The fire was flu this week. complete property
nm that made the difference in 4 hits. Morgan Outlaw got extinguished before it out of
up were: H. A. Bishop Jr., 1st Vice got Rev. and Mrs. L. L. Parker of
the second inning when Denver Uo hits, including a home run Commander; Joe Gray, 2nd Vice Civil Defense hand. Brooker visited friends in Flora- insurance protection I
Stephens .to lead for Santa Fe in the hit
singled stole second and I Commander; Jimmy Lee and J. C. home last week.
third and scored on an error. department.This I I Stephens Sr. Sergeant-aLArms; Radio Drill 'Lights-On' Mrs. John F. Herring returned If you've been; looking for complete
Layfield, who struck out five Friday afternoon BHS will William Haas, Chaplain; X. M. Set For April 17 home from Doctor's Hospital insurance coverage for
and gave three walks, was, in play Lake City there, with Jimmy .Smith and Bill Tilley, members of For last your home, youH be interested in "l-Poucy" Packige.
trouble only in the fourth inning Cox probably handling the pitching 'the Executive Committee.In Civil Defense will have a Conel- MondayIn Starke Saturday. Her daughter You get fire theft liability insurance with one policy .'

when the Tornadoes placed runners assignment.After other business transacted rad drill Friday April 17, with Mrs. Callie Rye also a patient one premium.You can save money. or get more protection
on first and third with two Friday the Tom does will Tuesday night Post 56: radio station WRGR silent from Cancer DriveThe there was discharged Thurs- than with separate policies...or both. Call u*./
out. A strikeout got Layfield out be seen in three home games: 1:30: until 12 noon. ,
of the jam.Armond Ncxt Tuesday with P. K. Yonge; Voted to sponsor and.or support WRUF Gainesville, at 640 and "Lights On" housetohousecancer day.Mr.
.
Rivers pitched an exceptionally Friday Santa Fe; and Tuesday, Junior League Baseball and to 1240 kilocycles will broadcast for drive Monday will be and Mrs. Douglas Benedict HAROLD
spearheaded C. WALL% AGENCY"INSURANCE
work toward having a Junior Leg- this and daughter of Orange Lake
area at that
good game for BHS, Apr. 28, Green Cove Springs. time. this year by Beta Sigma _
This is a nation-wide test and_ n_ Phi sorority under the direction of I visited friends in Grandin last

Bradford County citizens are the president Mrs. David Mont- Sunday. SPECIALISTS"
asked to tune in the Gainesville gomery, according to an announcement T. Sgt. and Mrs. Henry Merrill
The Prices Old Fashionedbut 200 E. Call Street Phone WO 4-4801
are station as they wowid in time by Mrs. Clyde Terwillegar, and children left Monday after-
ot a real attack. Instead of dIr- County Cancer Society chairman.
noon for Starke, Fla.
Dayton Ohio, after
ections for the emergency Governor Mrs. Montgomery said that vol
the Cars are Modern Collins, State Civil /Defense unteers are welcome to aid In the spending the past week at their
t,, Director H. W. Tarkington and campaign which will start from -
National Civil Defense Director the Garden Restaurant at 6 p.m.
Tomorrow! 7. Leo A. Hoegh will speak. Members of the sorority and volunteers
as During the test some cities will will be equipped with identifying DO ML!
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be designated as under a simulated armbands, a money container .
ttack. If one of the cities in this and -cancer literature and -,-;)4.#....'.... ". .. '
area were attacked this would be expect to Visit each house in townto Old Fashioned \
O p -D the procedure: Bradford County leave literature and collect moo.
Civil Defense Director would receive ey toward the $1000 goal of the )
a message, 'telephone or Bradford County Cancer Society. Bargain DaysSPECIAL A
by short wave the Florida
through Beta Sigma Phi has conducted a
Highway Patrol, telling him cancer closet for several years to '
either that wind was .in this direction jf
supply dressings and sick room
TO MOVE and that citizens must take materials to home patients. Some f
evacuate to a
cover or designated of the volunteers who will aid the
In This Old Fashioned place, or that we must prepare to sorority include'Mrs. Pauline To- FRIDAY SATURDAY
.
take evacuees if the wind made ,
rode Mrs. Eustis "McKnight Mrs.
Bargain Days Sale -- this safe area.
a
Martha SneJlen, and Mrs. 1'. G. APRIL 17 18 ONLY!
In either case Mr. Haas would Felos. -

April 17, 18 immediately call all heads of Civil Mrs. George Roberts will have
Defense services to put their plansin charge of the"canvas in Lawtey.
operation. These heads of Mrs. J. D.
Alderman and Mrs.
$195-00 1951 Mercury $OQC.OO 1955 Ford service. have all been appointedand Minnie Marcionny will have chargein ONE YEAR NEW OR : '
.
Tudor O J / most of them have plans m Hampton, Mrs. Guy Harrell V
Automatic Trans-! Fairline Tudor. Automission. process but not yet complete.The Mrs.Wilson Green and:Mrs.James
Radio and Heater. matic Transmission. Radio, Heater. purpose of this test is to Temple will collect in Brooker V

learn how many people can be and Mrs. Felix Sapp in Heilbronn RENEWAL SUBSCRIPTION ti. ,
leached through the designated I section. g
stations that will be ''broadcasting Other
$405.00 1953 Plymouth $JQQC.OO 1958 Ford on these wave lengths, 640 and key people volunteers and those will who aid wish these to

Wagon. Automatic Trans- / J Ranch Wagon V-8. 1240. help in Starke are invited by Mrs.

mission. New Tires. Clean Heater and Low Mileage, Like New. Montgomery to meet with the BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH 2.50
Five WarrantsFor sorority at the Garden Restaurant -
before 6 p.m. She added
that the
Bad Checks
visits will (be made
between 6 and i

TERWILLEGAR MOTORSYour issued Here 8 p.m.School Supervisor Shell will Save 50c On Regular Price!

County Judge T. A. Yawn Issued have charge of the canvas
among
warrants on five men charged the colored citizens.

Authorized Ford Dealer { last week with passing: bad .
checks.
Walter Henderson charged with
Sales and Service passing a bad check for $44.86, .' t V

-. was on office bond.arrested later He came and and into pleaded later the released Judge's guiltyto r se ri Just Calling To Remind You .


the charge. He was sentencedto .v
make restitution of the check
ATDENMARK'S pay court costs and a $25 fine or Of Old FashionedBARGAIN ,
serve 90 days in jail.
Henderson wants to pay his way
out'of'' the mess, but since he DAYS At
gave up his bond he is conducting -
negotiations from the county
j'il.

For This Gala Festival -- Fri., Sat. April 17 18 Tommy Hardenbrook was arrested -
,
_on a bad check charge and KOCH'SFRIDAY
yuQH posted: $75 bond. He is currently
enjoying his money's worth of
freedom.
Warrants were also issued for
Porter Henderson George Cook r J r k : ; SATURDAY -APR. 17, 18
and Jack Andrews on charges of
y. 7 *
using "rubber" checks. They are

enjoying their freedom also, but GET YOUR FREE BOAT TICKETS
k
only because deputies have not s. J _
caught up with them yet.
Haynes Galbreath pleaded guil- "
ty to a charge of unlawful speed
and was sentenced to pay a $10 Even Grandma; and Grandpa
fine or serve three days in jail.

H I I TWO FORONEAMP Deputy Johnny Jimmy Lee Jones Hamilton arrested for by Never Had It So Good At These Prices!

speeding, pleaded guilty and paida
$75 fine. Jones was traveling
20-miles an hour faster than the '
legal speed limit. Rubbing Alcohol pt 19c 1 "
Leonard Griffis posted $50 bond Cannon Towels 39c
tn a charge of public intoxica- $1.00 tV

SALEGET tion. Griffis was sentenced to Doan's KIDNEY PILLS 59c .'
$2.95 Value
BAR B TOOLS
five days in jail for contempt of -
I. court last week when he showed EPSOM SALTS 1-lb Waste Baskets Set 98c
19c
up drunk at a Juvenile Court 69C
ONE GET ONE FREE hearing involving his son. 35c AluminumHOUSEHOLD
1000 1-2 Grain
William Russell Gatlin and W. Sacharin 89c FOIL 29c
C. Jackman had a good day with

the fish last week.. They both MurineEye Drops 39c DEEP$29.00FRYER; POCKET COMBS 3c-
TABLE LAMPS posted bond after being charged ,
with possession of more .than the
legal limit. 3.Cell. J7;\ I. \ }

BOUDOIR LAMPSMany 295 under Negro$75 Frank bond Mitchell charged is with in jail assault MINERAL OIL, pt. 39c Only $5.95 Hash Lights 9&

I
Colors and Styles 'and battery. 200 Aspirin Tablets 54c
Electric
To Choose From PRICED FROM WANTED --Clean Cotton Bags, $10.00, $12.00 and $15.00 Ladies'ycerineSuppository39cCharcoal

No Pants, No Shirt, Must Be Starter FOUNTAIN PENS now $5.00

ONE OF A KIND TABLE LAMPSs PRICE Clean.. Bradford County ..Telegraph. $ 9s Brand NameFountain

Evenflovr, Complete.
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NOTICE OF LEGISLATION BABY BOTTLES 15c t Pens 79c
TO WHOM: IT MAT CONCERN:
2 4" X 30 :: LANDSCAPE PICTURES Xotice to apply is to hereby the 1J5J given Session of Intention of the r -

Florida Legislature for passage of .
an act

clerk To: authorize of the City and of empower Starke the to Bring This Page of the Newspaper 24 HOUR ANOTHER COSMETIC LINE
REGULAR $14.95 :NOTICE OP LEGISLATIONTO to Our Store and HAS BEEN ADDED .
2 9 5 WHOM: IT MAT CONCERN: Film Developing 1 ServiceFilm
Notice is hereby given of intentionto
apply to the 1JS5 Session of the Get_ 5 Free Chances Received Before :$. r'M. will M A R C ELL E "

CLOSE-OUT FOR ONLY an Florida art Legislature for passage .of on Boat and Motor to be Given be Back at 3 P.M. the Following For Those Who Have Al1ergieAway

An act to provide for the compensation Saturday July 25th. Day. Skin.
of inspectors aDd
t' 01'EAN ACCOUNT ,- FREE DELIVERY clerks nerving at State and

ford County County elections held ,in Brad- Prescriptions Are Our Main Business. Three Registered Pharmacists To Serve You. PHONE WO 4-4401 FOR

DENMARK FURNITURE COMPANYOF : Charles Date A.Darb: March,.,J7 Clerk l lSigned FREE DELIVERY SERVICE. ,., ," -

Bradford-County of County
Commissioners Starke. Florida
issue peach warrants In aid of:
the enforcement,of.ordinances of
STARKE said city to be executed: within KOCH DRUGSTORE
the limits of said city; to'regn-
late their Issuance, service and

434 446 West Call St. Phone WO 4-4321 Starke, Florida return Dated: April _lit 1SS' "Y __ \i -
Signed) Carl Johns. City Clerk t .
A
City of Starka Via

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week in Tampa at the Grand I I and with the Dan MVTICR TO C'R\mi'oIHI
Ray Mcrgan.
rrYYYYY YYY YWYYYYY Y mHAMPTON' lain house on the main street.
the Order OJ All ha\ta laim demands
3t. Mark's Episcopal Chapter Session of I pr on: ; < or
Wednesday. Mrs. Chancey is Mrs.' !i,J ohnsons.I aaramM the estate of Ira P.
.f Rer. eo MaeBlala Jessie Chastain's sister. the Eastern Star. She was h.pht'nt. dp"M!.'d. rr herrby* notified -
Rajmo.nl and required to file their
com-1 I NEW RIVERBAPTIST
L Weekend visitors here from Ft. missioned as Grand 'aims in the office of the County
Sunday Services 9:45: a.m. lauderdale were Mr:"and :Mrs. District 8 Friday night. I CHURCH Jodee of Brad for* County. Florida.
> CHURCH NEWS Church School: 11:00 a.m.. Morning By Hn. D. E. Inn I, in the "oiinty Court House at
Worship
White Sunday School 10 a. m. -
Prayer and Sermon. Leo Singleton and baby who :Mr. and Mrs. Reginald :arkp. Florida. within eight! calendar -
Holy Communion Firtl Sum- '.&.AAA& ..&& visited with Mrs. Nita Johnsonand end three children of Jacksonville Hour. 11 a. m. Evening Serve months from the date "f thef.rst
here with \ p. m. Prayer Meeting east publication of this notice orti..ame
Mrs. Frankie Jean. Key and visited Sunday + void
11:00 Third will t according
day, a.m.; Sunday, I ec loath Week Ends
7:30 children.C. I his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John : Wednesday, 7:30 pjn. tn law Tht, April 3. US: !*.
amWednesday- Revival Will Begin i Kr.t pu1.I".lIon"ril 9. n i>.
-7:00 pan Choir C. Cannon of Hampton was White and attended services at JIAUOARKT S. MILLER
Methodist Church Presbyterian Church Young people of Hampton Baptist taken to Bradford County\ Hospital Hampton Christian Church where .
I I.r Practice; 7:45 p.m., Litany and ; I. Tbe ( ....t.T J dcv''. Cart Of Administratrix of the Estate of
Bible Study. Church wound up "Youth in Starke for treatment early Bro. White is pastor. I I I Hrnrlf.rd (...!?. Florida I Ira "'. Shepherd, deveaed.if .

. Sunday-Chmch School all Friday-Choir practice. 8 p. m. "Week" at the church Sunday by last week. Ernest Morgan of Jacksonville :j IX In HE 1'n.fcnlr: Kstat ->f IUA P S-HEP- .Vltornev Him V for Kn Adruini..trall'l1.t.ltht. Starke. .Florida,

ages, 9:45 a. m.; Morning Wor- 'I Sunday-Church School, 9:45: a. PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS taking over Sunday School classes Mrs. L. A. Hall spent the past viiited here Sunday with his son. I II tnlt, ttrceawd. -, 4t 4-St

snip, 11 a. m.; MY?, 6 p. m.;; in. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. CHURCH and morning worship services, _.-- ...
Evening Worship 7:30 p. m. M Rev. James Montgomery of Lake I Sunday School 10 a. m.; Morning I as well as assisting with training ,i
A and Church City will preach. Youth union and evening worship services -
Junior 11
nursery j Worship, a. m.; Evangelistic -
is provided during the morning I ships, 6 p. m.TuesdaySocial. Fenow-1 services. 7:30 p. m. I that night.

worship. Our service is broadcast I Club, Wednesday Prayer Meeting Cottage prayer meetings are being THE CHURCH FOR ALL -- ALL FOR THE CHURCH

..- ever Station WRGR each Sunday in. 1 I 7:30 p. In. f held in members' homes
from 11:30: until noon. I throughout the community this I

., :Monday-Men's Club supper. 7 HIGHLAND REVIVALA I EVERGREEN I Week m preparation for a weekof I {

p. m. revival will be held at the BAPTIST CHURCH revival meetings next week I !
\\:th the Rev. E. E. Ernest, pas- .
Highland Baptist Church beginning Sunday School 10 a. m. Preach.
Tuesday Regular monthly I April 20. and continuing I 11 6:30 ter of Southside Baptist ChurchIn 11
Union
iig a. m. Training
meeting cf the WSCS in sanctu- 26. Rev. Purvis K. the .
, through April ( Gainesville as evangelist.The AT ION
m. Preaching 7:3 p. m. Prayer :
10 p.]I
ary, a. m. This will be a pledge j 19
and revival meetings April
Lawson will be the evangelist ]tfeetine Wednesd 7:30 p m. -
Service for the coming >ear. I through 26. will begin each eve-
C;. A. Willikinson the song leader Wednesday Bible study, 7:30p.
Wl'dnesday-Story Hour fof i for the meetings which will begin m. ning at 7:45 p. m. Samuel Cuth- \ .
Primary children, 3:30: p. m.: ; at 7:30 each e\enmg. bert of Park-of-the-Palms will

. Prayer meeting and Bible study. HIWAY CHAPEL serve as song leader" and Mrs. E I
';:15, and Chancel Choir rehear- II 9PE BAPTIST CHURCH Leonard Lyons of Park-of-the- i

sal 8 p. m. Premillermal Fundamental, ASSEMBLY G. M. Osborne OF,GOD Pastor I.Palms. as pianist. 'k:3:::: star earee aMte s a..r w w w werf 11 11I

We cordially invite everyone to i Missionary. Seven miles south of Sunday School, 10 a. m. :Morn- Climaxing youth week at the II
worship with us. Starke on Hwy. 100. :Merle Pack- church, Roy Morgan served as
Ing Worship, 11 a. m. Evangelistic I ,
I ;
1 ham, pastor. Service, 7:45 p. m. Thursday South pastor and presented the I
First Christian Church Sunday School. 10 a. m.. Wor- weekly prayer service. Invita- morning message. For the morn- 1 II I I

1 ship, 11 a. m. Training Union, 7 tion extended to everyone. ing worship service, C. W. Slade .,. I,
Morning worship, 11 a.m. p. m.. Evening Worship, 8 p. m. served as song leader, Tracy Jones I t
Rev. J. E. Sherwood, pastor Wednesday Prayer meeting HIGHLAND presented special music, Miss Nell I' -p I'I"''I"1 1d "

Sunday School, 10 a.m. 7.30 p. m.Everyone. BAPTIST CHURCHSunday Williams was pianist, and ushers I : : I
Youth I
Churn 7 p.m. I welcome. School 9:45 were LaMarr Brown and Wayne j jIlnson. -
m
a.
. Wednesday Prayer Meeting, .
,
:
7:30 om. : Morning Worship, 11 a. m. and \
Adult Choir practice, 6:45: p.m. i HAMPTON" CHRISTIAN 7:30 p. m. Prayer :Meeting each Teaching Sunday school classes i i'I
Wednesday. CHURCH Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Rev were Jimmy Williams, adult men; r

Ladies Council 1st And 3rd 1 Sunday Bible School, 10 a. George Caism pastor. Everybody Brenda Lott, adult women; Rob- ''I

Tuesday nighta.EverybOdy in.; Morning Worship, 11 a. m.; welcome. ert Cooper young people; Shirley
7 and Prayer Taylor, Intermediate Girls: Joyce 3
welcome to each Evening service p. m., CHURCH OF GOD 1
. Melton, Junior Girls; Amelia Williams -
service meetng every Tuesday at 7:30p. i : -
. Sunday School, 10 a, m. MornIng i .
Junior Boys Imogene -
m. John White, pastor. 11 Sunday ; i f
- GRAHAM Worship, a. m. : fI
Ward, primary: Clairnell : I
Evening Service. 7:45 p. m. YPE
_ BAPTIST CIIUKCII FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH beginners." Geraldine cooper'l
Sunday school, 10 Service Wedaesday, 7:45 p. m
a. m. MornIng ed as Sunday School ,
Worship, 11 a. Lavvtey Pmyer Meeting Friday, 7:45 p. mLAWTCY : School ,
m. Training A. E Massey.! Pastor rnd Otis Melton, Sunday I
f
Union. 6:30 p. m. Serins Wor I superintendent. + I
Bible school, 10 a. m. MornIng
School, 10 a. m.
ship, 7:30 p. m. Rev. Billy Bryant Sunday 9
Mosher +
Henry
evening,
11 Sunday
pastor. Preaching, a. m Worship, 11 l a. m. YPE ServIce
- Evening Service, 7:30 p m. Saturday 7:30 p. m. iicrved as training union director, ,. .
Bible Study and Prayer Meeting and led singing for the evening rt,
. CHURCH OF CHRIST
.. 7SO pm., Wednesday.Radio service; Shebbie Prevatt as train- !
K1NG5T.KF LAS
.
C. L. Overturf Jr., Minister THE CHURCH FOR ALL irw 1' :
'
program, 8 to 8:30 a. MISSIONARY BAPTIST ing secretary; Martha Brown ALL FOR THE CHURCH
- Sunday Sunday School, 10 ai. each Sunday over station taught the juniors for training \
. L Sunday SChool 0:45 aja. Morn- The Church is the greatest factor Oft .
m., morning service, 11 a. m., iVRGR, Starke. Evening union; Betty Darius, primaries; tank" for the bniUinf of character ...I ... .'- .. n .' .
evening service. 6:30: D. m. I ng Fership 11 a.m. .... ...., .. .. .. .. -.. iJ; Ie .....' I
Service 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meetinr Carlene Melton and Lola Hobbs food ciliirnsJiip.; )Il t is a storehouse cfipintial ''''' '' v.. ': "'''''' "" .:"""M _" I
LAWTEY CHURCH OF CHRIST 7:30 Everyone beginners. Howell Williams and lut.Witti.ut.tlrong Qiurcb j
each Wednesday p.m. '
, 7ctpSL (presently meeting in City Hall we1come.-Hev. H. H. Vottcastor. iaMarr Brown were ushers for ruHrr democracy: nor civilization ua Mother's wearing her smart new hat, Susan's curls I ''I'
,..
Sunday-Bible study, 10 a. m., the evening service. HOPC....I'Thrre are 10011 fns I' alkyd.ad se z: are brushed till they shine, and Dad's I looking pretty t, ,
iy ctry prnoarvtarljr
worship, 11 a. m.EveningYoung. Cottage prayer meetings scheduled ...J support the Clmreh They sharp, himself, in that pale gray suit. I

C&666Madison people's Bible CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST for the remainder of this arc: (I) ror h., ."a uVe. (2) Far hi If the Browns look like a family starting out on I
study, 7; preaching, 7:30. LATTER, DAY SAINTS week will be Thursday evening children! sale. ()) For the rake of hit a pleasure ride well that's exactly what they're
Wednesday-Bible study 7:30 Services each Sundar in old rayer meeting and WMU meetIng community and oalioo. (4) For the take I
p. m. Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sunday i at 7:30: p. m. at the home of die church:! itself which need t.i6 about to do. They're going to church. \

I Radio program- Station School V\ a. m. Sacrament of Mr. and Mrs. Don Hill; prayer moral and material support. Plan lo go The Browns are regular churchgoers. But this Iso

Street WRGR M &lday, 6:39 a. m. Service &:30 p. m. Everyone we!]' meetings at the home of Mr. church regularly and read your Bible 'their secret. They go to church not only because they I

come. and Mrs. Raleigh Brannen, Mr. daily feel they should, but because they want to. Church for '

Baptist Church NORTH SIDE and Mrs. Dan Johnson and Mrs. Dw Book Ctapttr Vena them, is one of the most joyous occasions of the week. IP

BAPTIST CHURCH CEMETERY WORKING Hamp Jones in Sampson City. "ndaY Psalms 42 M No one ever said that going to church had to be a ,f.
((900 Block W. Madison St.) Friday evening, prayer meetings FulnuP 14 affair. Going to church isn't a duty. r
long-faced
Sunday School. 10 a. m. Morn- A Cemetery Working at Peoria = :Jm 55M 1-12 glum,
Sen-ices Each Lord's I will be at the home of Mr. ',hkaJay MiaJoh 21 114IMS It's privilege. 'I
Day tag Worship, 11 a. m. Training Cemetery, Clay County will be and Mrs. Lonnie Melton, Mr. and Thursday 21 : a
I rnciarhaturdty I ConnttiUnjKfTfUtlUB IS 1-58 Make church destin*on th'u .Su. Union 6:3u: Worship post
Sunday School 9:45 A.M. p. m. Evening held Saturday, April 25, according Mrs. Otto Hicks, Jr.. Mr. and 1 1-20 '

Morning Worship 11:00 .\.' I 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting to an announcement by CurtisB. Mrs. P. H. Lott, and Mr. and )0)r u II 1. 4 j
I Wednesda, 7:30 p. m. Everyone Mrs. .
Glenn Macintosh.
Training Union 6:45; r.M. I Starling, of Orange Park.
I elcome.Rev.. H. R. Carter, Mr. Starling said help from all Prayer meetings Saturday eve c.,... be 1f5',K... .,AM...... ..ie......,.va,.
Pastor.
Evening Worship 8:00: P.M. will be at the homes of Mr.
those interested in this cemeterywill ning .. ..,,.,.,.,...,.....,... ... ,. ,_... .... ..,.......... J J7.
PRAYER MEETING and Mrs. G. C. Cox. Mr. and Mrs. '" .. :., ...........-. ,.."" 0>>"""" ,"1',..".'_1=:"""".v': >.."=..mh.. ,....:,..:<..>::< "
Wednesday 7:30 P3I.Nursery st Edward's Catholic Church be appreciated.AIR Lester Slade, Mr. and Mrs. M. R. II I

Starke Florida Misner and Mr. and Mrs. K. B. ". ..."", .;h. ,.."".'-.,..J .'- ... '",'','''''; '","....".or..:; .&.."..<.O\JII"I..-: : I
Open For All Services Sunday Mass at 10 a. m. PARK BAPTIST CHURCH Watterson. i{
A Cordial Welcome Holyday Masses at 8:30: a. m. & Sunday Scheol 9:45' a. m.; Morn- f
Extended Council: To OrganizeCivil {
5:30 p. m.Weekday. ing Worship 11 a. m. Training These Vital As A Public Service II I Ir
To All Who Will Worship With : Defense Messages Sponsored II
Union 6:45
j Mass at 8:00: a. m. : p. m. Evening Wor- I
Vs. Confessions: Saturday T too 8 ship, 7:30 p. m. Midweek Prayer Hampton City Council took ini .
m. Service Wednesday 7:30 p. m. tial action toward organizing a I
J. H. Mabry, Jr., Pastor ) Baptisms, marriages and Instructions Everyone welcome. civil defense set-up for Hampton JOHN A. TORODE I

I by appointment. ?t their regular monthly meetingat GASOLINE GREASE

Hampton city hall on Tuesday
evening last week April 7. FUEL OIL DISTRIBUTOR FOR KEROSENE III

A volunteer unit was appointedand I
MINERAL I
LUBRICATIONOILS !
steps were taken to purchase Ii

COLLINS RETURNS surplus equipment from Camp SPIRITS 1
Banding through the Civil Defense I

program.All .
council members and city FIRESTONE TIRES INSECTICIDESSlarke I

officers were present for the w. I I
meeting. ,. ,tl I

REVIVALHERMAN Personals FOR KEROSENE OR FUEL, OIL 11;I rU
Elizabeth Weest, daughter of t
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Weest of Madison and Cherry St. PHONE WO 9-2011 Fla. II

Miami and granddaughter of Ii
Mrs. T. F. Brown of Hampton is I'
tc be married this Saturday evening I'
.. April 18 at 8 p. m. at the
..1 Alapatah Methodist Church in W. T. JACKSON WESTERN AUTO BRADFORD COUNTYTELEGRAPH k
,'. t.' t! "
Miami, to William Walters. Mrs. jI'l

-. FRANK Brown left Tuesday for Miami to Mayor of Starke Associate Store .I !
attend the wedding. Following ,::1
COLLINS ''" their wedding trip, the couple planto jlpI'il

EIFERT make their home in Miami. ;I'il

EVANGELIST Tommy Chastam. son of Mr. I
SINGER and Mrs. Carlton Chastam ot GEMJEWELRY {
I
Denmark Furniture Co. Sam Rosenberg & Son ih
RETURNS Starke, underwent head surgeryat .
f: LEADS St. Vincent's Hospital Jacksonville ;:.
on Saturday morningof Of Starke New and Used FurnitureFARM :

By CHOIRS last week. He seemed to be improving N. L. WOODBURNJ 'I; f

early this week his

POPULARREQUEST 4TH REVIVAL grandmother. Mrs. Jessie Chais- il I f

tam of Hampton. said.C. -

HERE W. Sl de, son of Mr. and EDWARDS'Grocery & J HOME 11'1.
c Mrs. Lester Slade spent the weekend ,

at Hampton Lake with his I .and Market Building Supplies, Inc. And Auto SupplyBROWNLEE lily!
Eustis,
j parents, home from Ft. I,
',"
a I
,
j Va.Mrs.. Ina Knight and son Ronnie !
of Mr. '
were weekend guests
and Mrs. W. C. Clemons of Heil-
bronn. Community State Bank HARDY BROTHERS III

Mr. and Mrs. ,M. L. Wattersonand
First Baptist StarkeAPRIL Mr. and Mrs. Gene Failing Of Starke Motor Company & CHASTEEN .:\I

spent last weekend at the Watter- I,'
".
,
ton cottage at Cedar Key. :.
Overnight visitors Sunday at :
"
the home of Mr. and Mrs. George'I' r

Williams were Mrs. Elizabeth LAWSON'SGrocery S'MITTY'S :!jl
WARREN'S
26 THROUGH MAY 3 Matchen of Hollywood. Ala. and ,

Mr. and Mrs. Brandon of Scotts- and Market Shell Station Barber Shop :!i
N boro. Ala., cousins of,.Mr. Wil III I II ,
MORNING 10 A.M. EVENING 8 P.M. liams. They were on their ,way,. I:'
home from a trip to Homestead.Mr. 'jii:1
and Mrs. Ed Durban of Law- I:f

This Is A Personal Invitation To YOU! ley the were Williams'supper family.Mr. guests. Sundayof GIB BROWN'S GUY ANDREWS TERWILLEGARMOTORS I'iU',

and Mrs. Don Hill and .. ; ,,1
daughters visited Mr. and Mrs. Service Station Real Estate :::1

NURSERY WILL BE OPEN Truman King and sons of Jacksonville ., Your Authorized Ford Dealer Iii Iii"I'j
Saturday. ji
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Award for "Outstanding Service er.Mount Moriah JUethadisi Church the refreshments, choir practice, for a visit. Church
NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED j
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to Boyhood" and was President Commencement calendar: May Rev.. H.= J. Blunt pastor held i was enjoyed by all. Wall guess; that's about all' Sunday services at Bayless.
Emeritus of this Council, which 15, Junior-Senior, Prom};; May 20. regular serviceon Sunday start- Don't" foget the High Schcol Kay the precicus and wonderful : Highway Church are: Sunday

CITIZENS OF BRADFORD. 4 COUNTY office; was conferred on him Primary Operetta "MoonligHtTown ing with Church School at 10 a. PTA Meeting lh till be held 'Lord forever bless and keep you i Schocl. 10 a. m.; Morning Wprsnip. -

years ago by the Executive Boardin .rn,"; May 21, Fashion, Show; m. with Bro. Robert Dell in Tuesday,evening at 8 p. m. in the and: yours -Bye now. j 11 a. m.; Training Union 7

By Ozora J. Shell. appreciation of his many yearsof Sunday, May 24, Baccalaureate charge. Love Feast at 11 a. m. library. Mrs. Cornelious Moore.i! jI I I"yvvvvvvvmvyynvyyvvv p. m; and Evening Services, 8

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AAAA&&A&&AAAA.Temperance .LAAAAAAAAAAAAA&- &&&&&&&&&& dedicated service. Sermon; May 25, Class Night; I ply Communion at 7 p. m. publicity- chairman urges all par- ; p. m.Recent.
Practice for Junior League May 27, Commencement. Make Parents are urged to bring, not .:nts to be present for this im-I !
Week 1!I I tr.p; to the library or a book as a I Baseball is under way and the,, these red letter" dates on your send pupil !to Church School pcrtant meeting. RISING i Birth.

This is Youth Temperance Ed- gift. During this week visit your outlook for the team this season I o date book. M. B. Wheeler, report each Sunday, Bro. Dell and other Mrs. E. L. Cox reports that the i

ucation Week in the State of school or public library" and make is great. Watch this paper for the adult leaders will be present toteach Heilbronn Home Demonstration By Sirs. Gordon JonesuWVAUAWAIUUAAA Doctor's Hospital announcesthe
friends with er.Anderson
"books.
Florida.... announcement of the opening I Junior High them. Vera Coleman, re- meeting scheduled for.last Thursday I following births:

Purpose: To teach the highest Boy Scout News ghrne. Neal Marshall reporter. Last Tuesday night the Womanless o porter. was postponed to a later Mr. tnd Mrs. Charles Thompson

ideals for which youth must The Boy Scouts of Troop No. 71are Kock'X-RolIers: Wedding sponsored by the i Allen Chapel AJVI.E. Church date! However, she would like to, Mr. and Mrs. Wcodrow Thomas of Starke, a daughter Terry

strive. To promote respect for law having regular meetings each The Rock'N-Rollers club was PTA-Hobby Club was a big suc Rev. L. A. Sampson, pastor will remind all ladies that there will,and family of Brooker and Mr. Yvonne, Apr. 11.

and combat juvenile delinquency.To Wednesday night led by Scout- recently organized and the follow- cess. President linwood Crawford hold regular pastorial day on toe a county-wide Dress Revue and I and Mrs. Paul Faulkner and fami 'I Mr. and Mrs. John Rice of
aid in narcotic education and ing officers were elected: Jackie wishes to thank all and Achievement Day at 1:30: m.
master B. T. Marshall, Sr. At the patrons Sunday starting with Sunday p. ly of Starke were; Sunday dinner Hawthorne a son Roy Raymond,
teach the value of total abstin last meeting a very enteresting Marshall president; Annette teachers for making it so. Next School at 10 a. m. Supt. Irene in Community Center at the guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Lewis. ;! Apr. 12.IOU'LL.
ence. To organize Youth Temperance boxing match was held. A silent Shell vice president; Elizabeth regular meeting will be held, on Thomas in charge. Morning wor- State Farm Tuesday. All Demon- I

Councils and strengthen prayer period was held to mourn Crum treasurer; Marion Jenkins.1 the second Tuesday in May. All ship at 11 a. m. evening worshipat stration Clubs will be participa- Mr. and Mrs. Albert Norman I LOVE the new Cater

existing ones Proclamation the passing of R. V. Covington secretary; Sandra Lane Valara I members are asked to be present 6 p. m. Junior Church at 5 ting in this big event and the !i and: son of Mulberry were here;. brook purse-size fountain pens 'la

nade: by Governor Collins. I' c: Jacksonville this past week. Jenkins. Dorothy Lee Davis and I so that they may hear the finan- p. m. each Tuesday, May Lois, public is invited. ; over the weekend pastel shades. Only $3.09 at Bradford
I working
',:,/tonal! Library! Week Mr. Covington was known as the Beverly Leverson, hostesses; Ma- cial report for the year. Morris, president.All L. C. Clemens- was releasedfrom ( their farm and visiting on'I'I' County Telegraph. .

This is National Library Week i "Father of Scouting" in Jacksonville mie Louise Davis, chaplain; Mary Tuesday, April 14, PanAmerican members who have not paid I the Bradford County lios-, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Reed and ,
rr>d a chance for you to treat any 'I and served for over 20 yearsas Helen Suggs, Dorothy Hankersbn Day waS celebrated in the District! Conference dues and, pital Wednesday of last week but'son of Keystone visited i
Heights CONTRACTORSCARPENTERS
i ">tuber of your family with a.. president of the Council. He and Martha McBride members.0 community with the annual pa- pledges on Trustee Drive are askedto is still a very sick t.an. E. C. the E. C. Lewis :
family Thursday
-. -"_-- .-.- ._ .. One dozen damoseIs from grades rade of talent at Kelly's Nite do' so at once. Remember to Johns is still improving and our night. |;

The perfect tribute to \ four to six setting the stage for Limit. This affair was sponsoredby I pray for and visit our sick and 0 oungest son returned to school Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jones and
l fun and frolic. Mesdames Donald Richardson shut-ins. E. J. Givens, reporter. his week. We are very thankfulfor
daughter. Carolyn visited and
a cherished memory The last meeting was held at and W. M. Crcmity. The Em- Bethlehem Freewill Baptist his recovery. Other sick ones Mrs. E. J. Manni and family Mr. of PAINTERSWe
1 the home of Annette Shell with cee was Miss Daniels from radio Rev. L. McKay pastor held Sunday Delude Mrs. Milton Rosier. Mrs.R. Starke.

Every funeral that we conduct She: first four officers responsible station WOBS, Jacksonville.Here School on Sunday at the usual L. Morgan Mrs. Frank Nor-i Mrs. Sunday Reed: Lewis evening.and children have Limited Supply
for refreshments. The schedulefor are the dates to circle on hour. Fellowship Union at 11 man and the two young childrenof
is a source of sustaining and Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Lewis ,
the regular meetings will be I your calendar for Anderson a. m. Regular services will be Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Johns. May : MMted relatives in Brooker.1 I of left-over paper on rolls.

R lace and spiritual inspira- set up by president Marshall. This I School activities: May 14, May, : held"all day Sunday starting with we remember to pray in the be- [Thursday. : From 17 to 72 ichesVid .
I lion to the family. gcup will take an active part in I alt! of our sick. <
2 I Day; May! 20, musical banquet; Sunday School Deacon Prince in Joe Norman has returned home!
Perfect for
the summer program and will May 28. Commencement. charge.. We are happy to report Miss Judy Morgan spent Satrday '' protection of
alter
week's visit with relatives
Hundreds of details are managed and economically have a special day' for "Rock'N- The guest speaker will be Max- that Sisiter Price is out of the night with her sister. Miss in Mulberry.Mr. : floors, furniture, etc, while

attended to that only a trained and careful Roll" session at the school. Bev- well Saxon, Coordinator of the tpsp tal,,. nd doing fine. Joyce Morgan of Jacksonville. 0 and Mrs. E. J. Manni and work is in progress.Bradford .

organization can perform when the urgent need eily Leverson, reporter. Secondary Curriculum for Volu- Monday 7:30: Faithful Few Weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. family of Starke visited the Ed-

for serving is at hand.DeWITT Thurston School"I sia County School Daytona Club; Tuesday, 7:30 p. m. Choir R. L. [Bill] Reddish and son. Normans Friday night. County
am very glad and thankful to Keith was their niece, Miss' San-
of rehearsal
Beach. He is former Principal ; Wednesday 7:30: p. m. Mr. and Mrs.
God to be back to work after being dro Carmichael of Jacksonville. Raymond Crosby Telegraph
C. School Green Cove meeting
JONES Dunbar High Prayer ; Friday 7:30: p. v'-ited Mrs. Emma Alvarez of
sick for thirteen days" Pearson Cox of the Universityof
of
FUNERAL DIRECTOR Springs and Business Manager m. Prayer Band. The general Jacksonville Mrs
AMBULANCE Saturday night.
SERVICE
S. C. Price.
Florida spent Sunday with his
Bethune-Cookman public well
College, Day- as as members are invited -
PHONES: WO 4.2600 WO 4-2610 There will be a play at Thurs- tona Beach. A very dynamic to attend all of these serv- parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Cox. .

We furnish the highest type sen-ice at lowest prices and accept ton, school on Tuesday April 28, speaker; be sure to hear him.: To ices. Mary McBride, reporter. Mrs. Tate Crosby and Mr. and

ANY life Insurance policy in force issued by ANY company, as starting" at 7:30: p. m. The title all of these programs you are i Antioch! Baptist Church: Mrs. E. L. Crawford visited Mr.1 COMPLETE TREE SERVICE

payment in part.or in full on funeral services. Consultation. of the play is "The Discontented most cordially invited. C. C. And- 'Rev..George W. Lee pastor will acid Mrs. Carl Ncrman of Jack- I

carries no obligation.. Crocus." Remember Tuesday erson, principal, C. Johnson reporter -I hold, service on Sunday starting sonville Monday evening of this I __ Pruning Cavity Work

April; 28 for a night of happiness -. with Sunday School at 10 a. m. week. Mr. Norman is ill. i I"? Bracing Tree Removal
-t and laughter. Come see, come [Hampton Training School I Supt. Clarence Williams in charge. Mrs. Lois Henson and son of De-Mossing: Transplanting

hear, come enjoy- The closing program, for Hamp-3 Fellowship Service at 3 p. m. All Jacksonville visited with her parents .:
On this Saturday' the school Mr. and Mrs. E. C Johns Free Inspection and EstimatesSAPP'S
ton Training School will be,, held j participating churches and members '
wIll be open all day for Red Cross on Sunday May 31, at 5 p. m. a! 1 ate invited to attend. Music over the weekend. :

YOU CAN BUYA enrollment. The principal and Macedonia Baptist Church, Rev. Hill be furnished by Ebenezer Visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Cox TREE SURGEONSPETE
teachers will the of this
canvass community Johnson pastor. The children :Baptist Church Choir and Antioch Monday evening week were

on Saturday, April 18. We will present a play "Thru the I
hope to be able to close our partof Year," with music centered I I jl be the Spiritual Echoes manager, of Gainesville.Mrs. SAPP, Owner

the drive on this date. around the seasons spring, sum- (Clearence DeSue. Don't miss this Mattie Hutchinson of STARKE PHONE WO 4-3965

BETTER TIRE Don't forget regular PTA meeting I r er,, winter and autumn. Guest II | i great program. Starke was over-night guest of I
P. 0. Box 774 Phone
EA Fla.
Palatka
Monday night, April 20 at the J I soloist will be Miss Mary Alice, State Convention her sister, Mrs. Tate Crosby last 5-4887 ,
hour.'We; to have week. I
AGENTS
regular expect The : -
Roberts who is a member of the Baptist State Conventionwas .
oar president back with' us, Mrs. I Satelite Singing group. held during last week in Harvey, our sons Richard and Phone FR 6-2661 Phone MA 9-3617:

Louiza Brown: who is recuperating Principal Taylor is calling special Tallahassee. Persons from Bradford ? Wayne and I visited in Fernan- Gainesville, Fla. Ocala, Fla.

nicely from surgery. All patronsare meeting of all PTA memberson County in attendance were; dma Beach Sunday with Harvey's Phone 1651 Lake City, Fla
TO SAVE YOUR LIFE! attend businessof mother, Mrs. Leona
urged to as Rev. McCarthy
Tuesday April 21. President J. P. Franklin who was
vital importance must be guest and his sisters and families. Mr. For Expert Tree Surgery Call Our Agent
Trudie Durham has a message speaker in the Youth Department -
transacted.We end Mrs. L. D. Jones and children FLORIDA PEST CONTROL & CHEMICAL CO.
of importance for you, fail her ; Rev. E. D. Robinson, ,
are giving "early bird" no- and Mr. and Mrs. John 224 N. Temple Ave. Phone WO 4-3965
of -
not. This may be the last closing pastor Ebenezer Baptist]
Cities Service all-nylon cord to that they Stillwell and children. Mrs. :Me-
0 tice our patrons so -
-- Milemaster tires are the Safest program in the history of the Church, and Rev. George W
all of
v/Ul to take in
longest wearing tires in plan now school so come out and help us Lee, pastor of Antioch and Calvary -
activities May
school closing :
history. our plan to make this a great af Baptist, Churches. All reported -
Tube tubeless new Mile- 9, Educational Tour; May 13, fair. The date for the annual a very high and Inspirational .-
or ,
r. Activities May 17. Annual -
May Day :
t -- master tires are pound for I trip will be announced: in the meeting.'
pound stronger than steel. Sermon Mt. Nebo Baptist next' issue. M. Taylor, principal. Ebenezer Baptist Church .
Church; May 21, Closing Program I .... .
p yet they're priced amazingly certificates I Watcroak School Rev. E D. Rob nson.pwtor THE BYSTUDEBAKER
'-'' low for such quality! and issuance of The school program is progres lioj<| regular] pastoral service ,
Ebenezer Baptist Church. We are, sing nicely with rather good daily starting with Sunday School at

asking you to cut this calendarof attendance. Our school lunch. program 10, a. n}. Supt. Henry _Bryant in
dates out and post it where has reduced cold hazzardsto I,charge,' morning. service at 11 am. .
you can be reminded to attend all a minimum and according to I Fellowship Service at 3 p. m. ,'.
S. C. Price I
of these affairs the sales most of our pupils are i Fbenezer. pastor choir and mem-
Principal, Ruby Albert, reporter. gaining weight. We will have our cm go to Antioch Church in

RJEA annual sermon this year as usual I North Starke 7 p. m. Holy Com- SCORES .
I held at R .
call meeting was '
Y so plan now to attend. Watch munion.
i J E to inform members of the ; this paper for the date M. E.I I I The pastor ,is just back from

UP TO 25% MORE PTA on action taken by the Boardof Roberts, principal, Amandalene the State Convention and has a

I MILEAGE is still another 1 Public Instruction concerning I Chandler, reporter. I I report of importance to you. Come ;
great advantage of these incomparable proposals made by a committee Carnation Club I out early and hear him. MOST MILES
which included several 'of the
r tires-it's like The regular meeting will be The Satelite-Sputnick Club Is
getting one tire free with members of the Advisor Council. held at the home of Mrs. Alma on the way to the moon. Last

/ every tbree.you buy. I This is in the interest of the substitute Jenkins in Pleasant City on Monday Saturday they had an activityat

1 BIG TRADE ALLOW plan for the gymnasium.The Apiil 20, at the regular hour. the home of Mrs. Gussie Mae GALLONOF
ANCE, TOO! Stop in... county has promised. asphalt President Wilhelmena Brooks is Jones, treasurer. Club is still open PER
trade in present tiresdrive the court outdoors and with
your asking all loyal members to make fer members. Sister Ranell English -
:"and off with a wonderful 0
the help of the citizens put a
this "must" reporter.HEJLLBRONN.
a on your agenda.
i new set'of Milemasters block fence around it. We -
con-
Plans must be completed for the ALL V-8's IN ALL CLASSES
"first
f sider this a significant 10th anniversary celebration at rma..nmvwn.vvYYyl
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step" toward completely -
a enclosed
Mt. Moriah Methodist Church on

gymnasium. Sunday, April 26. r rBy
There 39 seniors in the
are
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! Last Sunday the Carnation MOBILGAS:
class of 1959. Jimmie Scott will IN
SJtGflX; CITIES SERVICE sneak as valedictorian and Joan Club AJLLE.was guest Church at the in Allen cooperationwith Chapel Sirs. Harvey McCarthy .

Jenkins will address at
! the group the Missionary Society and A&_&. A& .&&. A&&&&&&&&&..
705 Temple Avenue Starke, Fla L commencement as salutatorian. 1 -
the Junior Church Youth Pro-
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0 '.IT- Other honor students will be i Howdy Neighbors it just looks ECONOMY RUN
_. J gram. The address was deliveredby like can't weather
..- ,- ... we predict any
Miss Fannie
Ben Morris "The m'ore. I've heard folks say when
Power of Prayer." She was rich the pecan trees start budding

and forceful in her delivery and winter Is gone but Tuesday morning -

her composition was very good.. i the cold wind returned. COMPETES IN SPECIAL COMPACT CAR CLASS
Miss Morris Is a recent graduate
NfW IIr YOU. Well we can't predict the wea- L
: of R J E Gainesville School of GALLON
T ther but there is one thing' we AVERAGES 22.28 MILES PER
rJ Cosmetology.A can be sure of and that is thereis ... -_ .
total of $20.20 was raised by always good preaching and

A this group as an appreciation: singing waiting for you and your
I gesture to Mrs. E. J. Givens, district family at Heilbronn Cburcn.

1 president .of Missionary So- Other services include prayer

rl 1 '' y ceity. Lake City District for her meeting Wednesday evenings

uncompensated use of the Reno and choir practice on Friday

Theater for some of our meet- nights both start at 7:30 p. in.

ings. A. R. Jenkins reporter. Come and visit with us when
-'I $ Fiesta' Club jou aril and we will try very :

) I The members! of the Fiesta,Clubjourneye'd !hard to make you glad you came.A '
to Ocala on last Friday Church Social sponsored by

night for a nite of fun which the Training Union was held at

was enjoyed by everyone. The the 'Church Friday evening. A

rext regular meeting will' be" held delicious supper of hamburgers.

at the home of Mr. and Mrs. with; all the trimmings, coffee or

It fondling MOIIfy.l'' James Dean on Pine Street According roft drinks was served the thirty

President. W. Hollandthe guests- Hostesses for this octsslon -
club is 100 cent behindthe
per here "Mrs. 'Freeman Crosby,
drive for 'better athletic facilities Mrs.
Darby Gaskins and Mrs.
t Only a magician can hold on to money after it for R J E which includes .

; his As for the rest future plans for a gymnasium.
has slipped through fingers. .
Gloria
Graham reporter. ,
.;. of us, the smartest trick is to bank part of every Church News O. y I.S this
: Senft test for raiks-per-ganon ance in the Mobilgas Economy See and compare The Lark,

dollar we receive first thing each payday CHURCH NEWS performance prores outstanding Run.This event is the most accurate completely new kind of car
Pleasant Grove Home
Methodist
.."' : .,A I Church Appliances!
know
-) : economy of Studebaker Lark test for miles-per-gallon and you'll why Stude-
Rev H. Blunt will
"* : J. hold reg-,-
We invite to become an sales is the fastest
tale. bakers carve
". you ular services all day Sunday starting Your Friendly performance a car can
at. our bank! with Church School Supt.' KANSAS Cur, Ma While comI.ath car is put through the rising the industry.The Lark

every-PaYdaYsaver. .- I Leo DeSue in charge at .10 a. m.; _Norge Dealer| peting against the top American most grueling paces-moun-America's greatest-and fast,

I At 11 a. m. morning worship,: economy cars (all no* tams, deserts, country roads est growing-value fun. drier.

Youth in.charge, at 7 p. m. eve- NQBGE APPLIANCES wheelbase or less), the Studehighways, traffic-and the rule it today.

FLORIDA BankOne ning worship at 8 p. m. the MAYTAQ WASHEBSCOUBIAN baler Lark proved its overall is: Ask no quarter! The result

Thomas Gospel Singers of Jacksonville superior economical performis now history! .
t# HEATERS udflXX&FCBNACES
will present
a program. : ,

of 28 Banks in the at Starke Don't forget Women's and Men's :/ erwMtyotlll salJe. at YOUR STUDEBAKER D.EAL R'S .
Day on the third Sunday in May ,. ,--
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The Spiritual Echoes had. .a t
wonderful ,time 'in' Brooker last Of Appliances McGRIFF MOTORS

Sunday the spirit was high Follow .
MUWI fIt.UAt otroyr msuuNCt covouno* WQ 4.7511Starfce
this group as 'they are on I fJlONE: ::

their way "to bigger and betterplaces 4 tl! .. ,....,..Florida.....-.." Cor. Court and Jefferson Starke, Fla. Phone WO 4.9101

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,. .f'" I ,,, I' patttes and grill on both sides. HOSPITAL ADMISSIONS man. and Caral Wistrup of Key- Middleburg, Janelle Thompson, and

Home Demonstration Foil-Baked Potatoes UP ALLIGATOR stone Heights. Herbert A. Nelson of Keystone
Potatoes' take awhile so they The following patients were ad- Also John Gus Wynn. Bessie Heights.

Notesby should: go on coals early. Scrub CREEK mitted'to Bradford County' Hospital Faye Mullins of Melrose, Morris Eddie
Colored admissions were:
and wrap medium baking,potatoesin during last week: I I I Cannon of Waldo Carl C. Cannonof

foil. Have all potatoes near the i with Lizzie Mae Griffis, Louise Mottof Hampton. Lillian B. Ghames, Solomon Dean Willie Lee Peirce

t DOROTHY ROSS same size. Place over glowing cMSmMSTKKIIi ii L z.k Brooker, Mike Walrath of Keystone Marvin D. Elder, Lucile Mildred J-,. Jewel Hankerson, Effie flem-

j.- Home Demonstration:Agent coals. Turn potatoes at end of 30 'WaltonComing Heights. Mabel Birgia Hill of Keystone Heights. Louise ing of Middleburg and Elouise i
p minutes: Cook 30 minutes longer. Soil Conservation Young of Penney Farms. HarryH. W. Tenly. Jimmy Ray Roberts ol .Davis of Lawtey.

Cookout and Swim Bread Twisters Skewers N Rabb Jr.. Joseph Frank Hazen.

The'Starke Senior 4-II Club Prepare biscuit dough and Excellent skewers. can be made E'.W.S Nellie A. Swindell, Josephine Car- 1111 ALVAREZ' STORE Men's Clothing lll p
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girls and'guests had an enjoyable knead until it will shape easily. from metal coat hangers. Be sure Soil Conservation By BiD Baas penter of Jacksonville Jesse Er- Established 1894 ,
Service
time at their cookout and swim Break off a piece and roll between and remove the paint from' the nest Newsome Agnes Mae Till-

.. Saturday held at Mrs. PaulineTorodo's hands to form a long painted hangers. Cut one side of The County Commissioners ask- through the pass at
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Fe the other day.
the hanger next to the curve that Little Santa ,
Lake home. They enjoyed stiip. Wind strip in a spiral ed the Soil Conservation Boardto
forms the hook and cut the I counted 43 boats fishing in the
a refreshing swim before around a stick [palmetto is fine, opposite request the Soil Conservation
side where the bottom I.pass. They were fishing for spec-
and alter lunch. pinching dough together over end I''
Service to make a'complete water kled perch and also for schoolingbass.
curves to form the side. -
of stick. Toast over fire occasionally Straighten
Those attending were: CarolynChilson management plan for Bradford
it and snarpen one end Checking with one boat we
Linda Cox, Linda Sand- until well-browned. When County. This request win take
ers, Suzanne-Judd. Suzi Broadway done, slip bread twister off stick with a file. The opposite end may several months to complete. It willi''found seven black bass on the
lunkers. nice
but
No LETTER
bent OPEN
be to form a convenient stringer.
Elaine Oilhooly, Bobby Faye and spread melted oleo over the handle. take the cooperation of all the eating size especiaaly if you cooka I
Smith, Darlene Phegley, Starr outside. Fill center with honey, land owners' in (Bradford County. don't have
Cookout Menu lot of grits or a very
Phegley., Silvia Glisson Virginia syrup jelly or insert a roasted The Soil Conservation Service
Erwin Marcia Haynes, Martha frank. The twister may be eaten To complete their menu, the will make a fact-finding survey large family.I .
4-H girls had sliced tomatoes and know that at times it mustbe
added.
Susan Ritch, Janclle Bullington without anything being and present; this information to
lettuce, pickles. hard boiled trying to the angler to
Mrs. John_ Greene, Mrs. W. S. them eggs the before pretty
Some of the girls enjoyed people any action is
Phegley .Miss Dorothy Ross and I and lemonade. When planningyour taken. fish this spot, because every now
this way. outdoor meals be sure to and then some joker in a speed
Pauline'Torode. !
Mrs. A request for a soil and water To All Cattle OwnersIn
"'* To save taking: : so many dishes include a crisp tossed salad or a boat would wind his way full
Below are recipes the girls used conservation farm plan was made
for the foods cooked. to the cookout site, put the dry large relish tray of celery, carrot by Gottfried E. Brandies, whose blast between these fishing boats
they sticks and about time the swells would
biscuit mixture into a sturdy paper raw cauliflower radishes,
,farm is located at Hampton.Two .
Ftank-Kabobs sack and add the milk or I assorted, pickles and olives. The subside he would have,made the
types of crotalaria seed
Cute frankfurters into thirds r outdoor meal should be just as rounds of the little lake and
thread each piece of frank on a rater when ready to toast the 'nourishing as any other. was delivered to Zedra Hamilton com back through going out into Alachua Bradford and Marion Counties

metal skewer and alternate with twisters. Mix with fingers or a Adult Achievement and which he will plant,for increasing the big lake. While there we ,
the seed supply. It is the Idea of
pineapple chunks or cubes of ap- wooden spoon in the sack. Dress Revue checked with Brother Wingate at
the Soil Conservation Service to
ples. Brush with bacon drippingsor Deviled Hamburgers The Home Demonstration Clubs get seeds of improved varitics of Buddy's landing and he told us
melted oleo and grill untilbrown. are having their annual Achieve- "d
that a party of four anglers stay- '
i Season! hamburger meat with conservation plants into the
Another version is to use I ment Iraq and Dress Revue at the ed out only 3% hours and came Dear Cattle Owners:
email onions with the franks instead I worchester sauce, catsup, milk, tate Farm Club House next hands of farmers in with 24 bass. '
Lennard Register used the District's : ;:
of the fruit. alt:: and pepper. Form into thin Tuesday April 21. There will be Reports this weekend from ', ,
fertilizer spreader to fer- ,
exhibits of the members' work, field.i Weeks Landing on the St. Johns
tilize the football
f is well as.education exhibits. At A complete soil and water conservation state that the fishing in the river It has been brought to our attention that the Florida Livestock Board now

WRGR RADIO lunch noon there will be a covered dish plan was prepared for : is much improved and that the has men in your counties trying to get the necessary signatures to start
and the program will beginat eel grass now has nice bass in it.
1:30. Members will model gar- Leo land Champion for ,timber who is production.He managinghis For those folks who have not fish- a test and slaughter_ program under the Brucellosis (Bangs) program.

ments they have made. All interested ed the St. Johns River I would
persons are cordially invited cedar is trees also going this to plant some like to state that these river fish The.state office has been asked by representatives of your local cattle .

to attend. With all this high year.water folks seem to run in the grass this timeof men's association to let you know the action taken by the state associa

MR. AND MRS. that have fish ponds will haveto year so hunt you a good grass tion at their Annual Meeting\ at Fort Myers\ last November.
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Later in the when
patch. snmmer
0 watch them fer muddy water

:. GRAHAM and low fertility. Billy Dampier the weather is hot you will also The Resolutions Committee presented as Resolution Number,HI .the=foU:
find of
: CONTESTSpend has used Gypsum in their pond them in the loggy sections -

and says .it helped clear it up. the river along in the evening lowing: '.

Sirs. John McKInneyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Gypsum [land plaster) does not when they move out of deeper

A Week At Fontana affect the quality of the water water. .
Village, for stock drinking purpose. If We fertilize our lawns water BRUCELLOSIS TESTING

Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Ortages you can see a white object at a them, and otherwise encourage
North CarolinaFREE cf Jacksonville were Sunday depth of 18 inches or more your them to grow then we turn
around and cut it all down witn
3iests of Mrs. Ortages' mother, pond will need fertilizing. The WHEREAS range cattlemen in many areas of Florida are not yet

Mrs. Kate Starling. color of the water may be any the lawnmower. So as this is the ready for a compulsory test and slaughter eradication program for bruce)
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Ellington ,week of the growing moon, I
shade of or brown.
green would suggest that you put away losis, and ...,; .u ,LL!! lr:
:and daughters of Starke visited We are sorry to hear that Mrs. :
Mrs. Ellington's parents. Mr. and John Dukes is in Alachua County ,I the lawnmower compliment the
Mrs. George Rivers, Sunday.Mr. Hospital. We understand that she 'wife or buy her a box of candy WHEREAS, in any event, this program has not been proven to be 100

and Mrs. A. T. Andrews of is getting along well. [and then ask to go fishing. Remember percent effective in other areas,

Gainesville were Sunday guestsof Mrs. Nora Parrish is In Bradford that soft soap won more
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. County Hospital. We wisha fair ladies than elbow grease. BE IT RESOLVED that the Florida Cattlemen's Association hereby requests

Mathew Wasdin. speedy recovery for both. I. [Note: this .last statement is notnecessarily the Livestock Board to concentrate its efforts in this field on an

SEND,'YOUR CASH RECEIPTS FROM ANY WRGR Mr. and,: Mrs. John Surrencyhad The Shiver family visited the the opinion of the extensive calfhood vaccination program i in dieu of its present county-by- I

? ., .: ,> ADVERTISER TO as Saturday guests their son- Joe Fales family of Palatka Sun- editors!! county modified Brucellosis-free program.
irilawand' daughter Mr.; and
McKenzie day.Mr. ...........y...........
.. Sam Zack Chuck Dent Mrs.'Mack of Jackson- and Mrs. L. C. Cook and 1 .
or The membership passed this resolution in open meeting without a -dis- .
and and
ville daughter-
their son i children Linda and Leonard of LONG BRIDGED I
I'.:0., Stafke S .
Box 527, Florida senting vote. -
in-law, .Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Sur- Jacksonville were Sunday guestsof I ,
Largest Amount of Cash in Dollars Will Be NEW RIVER .. '. ',.'
Receipts Gainesville.Mr. f.
of
.rency Mrs. Edna Lavender ,and the .. ',. .. ;. : '
.
Declared the Winner. Contest Closes May 16, 1959. and Mrs. K:S. Surrency of James Lavender family.GRIFFIS Mrs K. F. MerrittLAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA ,,. ..
.FURTHER DETAILS ON THE Tampa spent a feW days here with

friends and relatives.Mr. .......................f q Your very truly, ,

and Mrs. 'Clarence Frazier There has been quite a bit of

. visited their son,,Bobbie in Mobile, LOOPBy excitement going on in the last:

Mighty 1490 recently. two weeks. First thing we hear ,
Mr. and Mrs. John McKinney
Easter morning is that Billy Shiver -
arid Mrs. Lizzie.Wynn were dinner Verble AndersonAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. had to betaken to a Starke FLORIDA CATTLEMEN'S ASSOCIATION .a

guests; of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Kite .
for
hospital removal of his apPendix -
pf Starke. last Tuesday. ,
A that same afternoon.
We are sorry to" hear that Adro -
.. Brown is 'in the We returned home about 8
a patient hospitaL

: As good as looks and itlooks We wish him a, speedy re- o'clock.1 rushed that night to the Donna Leke Hopperwas Butler

covery.
!Mr.. and Mrs. Boghw Davison hospital in a critical condition.We .
: plenty good I are glad to repcrt ,to the
and son David and his friend
friends of each that they: are
Jan Taylor of Jacksonville were

guests of Mrs. Mora Clark. Sun- both doing fine. Take your neighbor's word for if
Recent gur..stsof Mr. and Mrs. .

GOODYEAR day.Arthur E. A. Sapp have been the Leslie ..
Clark is visiting Mr.
Sapp family of Palatka. the Dem-
+ and Mrs. Morris Carter.
Mr. and Mrs. Zena Griffis sey Sapps of Gainesville, and Mr. 'I 2A !

Tr::: visited Mrs. Griffis' uncle and and Mrs. Bill Laslo and family of -
TIRE VALUE Washington D. C.. who remainedfor
'. Q T aunt Lake, Mr.Butler and Mrs.over E.the P,weekend.Johnsonof a week. X. ; I *

Linda Brookins 'was Sunday Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Parrish of' -/ M 7&Th

guest of Patsy O'Brian.We Jacksonville were recent guests '' r,,, .
f set of FOUR are sorry to hear that Mrs. of Mrs. Fronie Moody.
a ill in the Mrs. Jessie Lazsnby of Home-
Ralph Gainey is hospital.We
11 ; well stead was a recent visitor in our
be
will
\ hope she again
rS1Viii' &oon. community. She brought her

aunts. Gertrude Moore of Coral
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Griffis .
visited their son and daughter- Gables, and Junia Starbird of

0 y at. only I in-law and little granddaughterin Apopka. Mrs. Starbird remainedfor v
.
priced a longer visit with friends <
Ie.bottom Palatka, last weekend.
s roc I and relatives. ; t s
; 1'-' / Cecil Crawford Sr. visited Rev.
John and Barbara McCollum of
and Mrs. Orville Brookins, Thursday -
fits most pre1957.f night. Keystone Heights were recent "Cooking with electricity it "My electric rang it much **/put my food in my the .

.f i q j model of PIYS Mr. and Mrs. Rex Brookins and guests of Ralph and Loretta Mer- dernier, cooler, fatter, infer safer to rut with small cAdtric men u.hen I leant my

\ ( \ .>, 5 ? piou*, Ford, Chew- tai ildren of Cocoa visited Mr, ritt. The boys, went catfishingand and nort aonoi&cOl." dear in the huuM." home. Come tack, my meat .

,' a' t Hudson6.7ox ,/ Brookins' parents. Rev. and Mrs. made a good catch. -tayi N,,.Freddie Jenkint, -My Mn.it.Axtrback. ucooM."
-- rotet Orville Brookins. Sunday.We Ethridge Cason visited his aunt, Z707 Nancy Sr_ 154 H bun+s Ant.. map' Un.Znri* Dtarma
: Studeboker. Rhonda Dowling. recently. While Saratota Stuart .
that little Karen
& Nash are sorry 491 N. .171"&
Griffis is ill. Hope she is well here, he and his son Rob, visited M".Miami BedTime
the Long Bridge Crews Cemeteryto
soon.
O'Brian see the tombstone that he has
Patsy spent Friday
night and Saturday .with her had erected in memory of his r
: a. lifia r$1195 brother Elmer Cason. who died a
S1l. 6.00 i d4r grandmother Mrs. J, J. Harden- .
older tnodet!Of Piymou couple of years ago. to Change ,
F ofd. Cbevfok4NuStudebaka Mr. and Mrs. Richard Jones and v
'.'
sons of Macclenny were recent

Sys.ei957 y.le 15 models fits -of- $118 5 WILLIAMSJEWELRY ritt.(guests of Ralph and Loretta Mer- to an Electric RangeGO

Na h.
: bodS Buick. atru, ,
Olds Mucnry 1' brook of Colley Road.
Hudson- ,-- 7 Gy.60 The revival at Boatdrain MODERN!Join your two million Florida

: $I,. : 15 fit\ ,1625 WATCHES- DIAMONDS Church is still on and we hope neighbor who enjoy the benefit of electric
JnOdr1s of CDNs1a,. many more will attend to hear
.. 1kSotoBUlckO REPAIRS, Rev. C. A. Crosby, the evangelist. cooking. It's to wonderfully convenient, comfort-cool, and

lOOt Mercury, P' An Work GuaranteedA. BeatdraJn Baptbt Church white-glove clean. No soot,no greasy: film no blackened: pots
-; TURNPIKE b1efireDO Sunday School,.10 a. m.; MornIng -
and but lot oC extra freedom from chorea.
"b\ackw.1I\ { Tuba-typo.- C. Williams Worship. 11 a. m.; ,Training peae- cleaning

142 W. Call St. Union 7 p. m.; Evening Worship -
:f "EI) Starke, Fla. 8 p. m.; and Prayer Meeting No more pot-watching: or oven-tending. Just set a dial and .r

11 /t 4gSpS&t Formerly Roberts Jewelry Wednesday at 7:15 p. m. your meal cooks while you're away. Meats and vegetables I
... 11t:! ">'t1 No Down toymen* Wmi Everybody welcome. Pastor Rev.
.. A .,/ II j Ii Orville-Brookins. tait better because flameless electric cooking is practically"waterleee'cooking.
.,,t",, You Trade In Your OW Tires+ !
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