Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 20, 1961
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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= Bradford County strawberry through May 26 for a gross return price situation will be at that Friday morning: at 6:30. '

A growers were riding a wave of enthusiasm to growers of $116,016.22. time, no one knows-but judging Huggins enjoys telling Bradford County strawberry growers, cheered by the
here this week as the Plastic mulch brought much of from the story of Bradford $
past seasons, growers have { :; most profitable season in more than a decade, will hold a"stocktaking"
season's gross receipts neared the the' crop here to maturity several usually been able to continue County agriculture and '
meeting in the Chamber of Commerce at 7:30:
$150,000 mark making 1961 the weeks earlier than usual and for this, week really has
shipments well into
May at profitable
p.m. Thursday, April 27, County Agent G. T. Huggins said
something to about ,.
best while it crow
berry year since before World a looked as if the plants prices. ..
1 Sti7King" War n.Through. were going I to put on one tremendous Bradford County strawberries ., F r --: -----.;.
Tuesday a total of crop and then quit bearing. During the past week growers hit a. high of $5.80 Grower enthusiasm is at a new I Huggins said there is no doubt

46.455 flats had been sold through Now, however, several growers re- sold 3.b20 flats through the marper flat at the market i .. high, and most are planning sub- that Bradford County strawberries -

Of Crops the market for a return to groport indications that another crop ket at an average of $4.142! per Wednesday pp 'g 48 stantial acreage Increases lor next rank with the finest that can

ers of 14769411. Last year the is coming on, which will mature 12-pint flat. Receipts for the week cents a pint to the grown HITGGIXs season. Huggins said. be grown anywhere, and quotedone :
The agent also reported that buyer as saying he wished he
market handled 44,235 flats
in two or three weeks. What the totaled $12,532.28.
most growers remain sold on the could get all of his berries from

benefits of plastic mulch, although here. The inspector. work-
there is a difference of opinion as ing here this season has also
to the best time[ for setting berries spoken highly of Bradford berry

when plastic is used, and as quality and said that a definite
to which is the best method: to improvement in pack has been
place the plasticon the beds seen here this year.
TELEGRAPHOfficial first and set the plants through Huggins said that Mason Mar-

later, or set the plants fiist and, vel and other University of Flori-
then pull them through the plastic da staffers who have been assist-

after they are established. ing with the "strawberry come-
These and other topics will be back" here will be on hand at
County Publication, -=; Established In 1879 discussed at next Thursday's' next week's meeting to confer

-- meeting, Huggins said, in the with growers. He urged' that
light of two seasons' experience everyone interested in the berry

VOLUME EIGHTY-TWO STARKE. FLORIDA THURSDAY. APRIL 20 1961 NUMBER FORTY-THREE with plastic mulch. industry here attend.

{ Final Starke Perform once- I Ifi; pa p i ff rg y w.tiY Auto Accident MONEY MYSTERY MADDENING- New Hope Seell.

'Swinging Hi'With Big Hit I'Kills Local Man City Council Hunting Way On ProgressOf

Student"Swinging Adults i A v !'IOn Edwards LoopA 301 SouthThings

HIgh" Bradford and a dance number, will be given To Finance U.S. 301 South
High's first musical stage production in the BHS auditorium next I

presented by the junior class, Thursday afternoon at 1:30: p. m.' 72-year-old Starke man, Alfred I I are looking up on the
has been termed a smashing success Any adults wishing to attend are I t Lee Brown, was killed Tues- In a short: two and one-half as expensive as 30i north" That city will pay the county $4.000 for road-building front in Florida
by more than 2,000 .students invited, Richard Jockel. sponsorof day morning in an automobile ac- hour meeting Tuesday night, the I project cost the city approximately [ -I seven years and $3,500 for an ad- with the Legislature's passage of
and adults who saw the play dur- the play said. I cident west of town on the Edwards main topic of the Starke City I $100,000. The surveyor said he ditional nine years. Since three I a bill declaring a mofatorium on
Ing the past week. I Jockel praised the entile cast I) I Road near his home. Council was just how to finance thinks the city can "do the job at payments of $3,500 have been I I the 20 per cent, cash reserve re-
Because of the quality of the of the play for their fine t Brown, a retired employee of the huge sewer project required a substantial saving" but it will made the total money paid will quirement for the primary high-

performances last weekend, BHS ances. A fine singing pcrform-I the Southern Railway Company, when U. S. 301 goes south. take some extra 'bookkeeping. be $70.000, which is the amountthe way fund. Bid-letting, wfcch has
Principal Hugh Ingram agreed to been discovered in pert Ah I was alone in his car when the accident Council members noted the fact In other action: county asked. been stalemated for several
give the production a special performance Solano who has several numbersin occurred and no other hat they had to bOrrow money to The council formally passed an Mrs. Johns told,the council that months due to a shortage of prI-
for students Wednesday.Over her role as a could-be-beauti- automobile was involved. Deputy pay their current debts. Council ordinance to iwrrow $40,000 at! a new recreation director has mary funds, was able to be resumed -

900 high schoolers attendedthe ful egghead turned hep. Joe Sapp, Sheriff Dolph Reddish said Brown man Call Lamar Johns said, "I four per cent Jntetest for 16 been appointed to replace Bob under the new setup, and

show, some of them after, see- |in his role as Mr. McDuf also delivers apparently had some sort of sei- cant see a way clear to any months from the'Florida Bank at Benner, who has accepted a new several bleb were received this
ing it twice over the weekend.A noteworthy performanceas zure which made him turn loose money for 301 southwe won't I Starke, in order to pay $21,000 in- position In Fort Benmng, Ga. week, including ones for Highway
final Starke performance of the principal who wools abol x I of the steering wheel and lose have any money left alter the debtedness. Stipulations in the Mrs. Johns lauded the present 17 through Green Cove Springs.

the play, which features 20 songs ish all athletics and then pullsa I control of the car. debts are paid." ordinance say that the money program,under Benner as an asset New hope is seen by some ob-

swttcheroo and wants nothingbut The automobile Reddish; said, Johns suggested contacting the may be used only to improve city to the county. servers for early advertising of
Devrick ReopensFH&ASupply extracurricular activities. traveled about 417 feet off the city's fiscal agent for advice about streets and water sewer lines, and The council also set a special JU.] S. 301 south from Starke to

Other lead parts are played by pavement before hitting four pine raising the necessary thou to pay $17,500 on an existing note ra.teon' gas air conditioners to go!: Waldo, possibly by next July or

Carolyn _Fellum, Irwin Martin, trees and coming to rest on the sands of dollars. "I don't know. owed th2 bank. into effect from: April through August. This approximately 14

II\ and Wayne, Kinney. embankment on'.the right side:ot where the money.is C01'\fnilfrom," The. loan, which comes under September;each year. The frist 20 miles of road is included in the
-Under New Name t the road. It has not been deter-' he said, "And I don't think any- the city's Improvement Fund.,wiD therms 1100.000 BTU'sl] will costa State Road Board's recently adopted -
New.'Rescue Unit mined, the deputy said whether one else here does.- be'paid with five per cenr' of the : customer-$5-27' ;' all over 20 will $387,483,000 work budgetfor

{ The old Farm Home and Auto or not Brown was dead when the "I feel sure we'll have to borrow utility tax $1.50 sewer service cost $8.25 cents per thermo the coming fiscal year.L. .

Supply on ,East Brownlee Street Is accident occurred. money to do that job," Council-' charge, and 65 cents of the water Gas Superintendent Oscar Davis O. Hazen of Starke, a right-
was reopened today by Denver R. Organized a Reddish also said the car ,was man Ruby Johns stated. The lone rate increase. said the rates.,were set in an. effort of-way official with the SRD, said
Devrick, the former owner, under traveling at a high rate of speed female member of the councils Councilman Carl Hurst reported to build up a "summer load" yesterday that securing rightsofway -
the name of D & W Auto Supply. Equipment GivenAn when., the mishap occurred,,fending id, however, that she could not I that the county commission: has for the city's natural gas depart- for the Bradford County por-
Devrick said that he and Joyce more weight to the theory thata see another $400,000 bond issue accepted the city's plan to pay an ment. tion of the 301 South project is

Ward of Starke are the owners of I organizational meeting of. seizure made the victim release "even if the engineers say we can additional $3,500 per year on the proceeding on schedule and he
i the new business. Devrick sold the the Bradford County Civil De- the wheel and step on the acceler- afford it"Upon right-of-way for 301 south. The Senate; Passes Bill hopes to have negotiations com-

business two years ago in July fense Rescue Squad last Friday ator. The estimated speed of the a request by the council, council is presently paying the To Extend Terms pleted by May 15 on the parcels
of 1959; and bought it back on night in the courthouse netted 18 car was 60-70 miles per hour thf City Surveyor Merrill McMillan county $3,500 per year for 10 that can be purchased.
April 12 in a bankruptcy sale. new members and a$400 resuscitator deputy said, and Brown was reported said he could give an approximate years for 301 north right-of-way. Of Starke OfficialsThe Hazen said that the last of the
He had owned the business' 10 donated by tne DeWitt C. to be a slow driver. figure of the cost of the 301 south The county board recently requested appraisalsthe portion betweenthe

years prior to moving to Isla- Jones Funeral Home. Brown was a native of Indiana project at the next meeting.' an Identical sum when the Senate has passed and sent railroad and the courthouse-
jnorada in the Florida Keys where "A very good start" was the ? and had been a local resident for "But I can tell you one thing road is extended to the fouth. to the Governor a bill to extend should be finished by next week,

he has operated a motel and yacht opinion Bill Soto, recording sec- for three years, coming here from now" McMillan said, "It won't be Under the new agreement the the terms of Starke's elected city and property owners will be con-
club for the past two years. retary of the new but long need- Richmond, Virginia officiate mom two years to four. tacted immediately after that.
Devrick welcomed back all his ed rescue squad, expressed. Soto Survivors include his widow, May 1 Deadline City election would be held biennially -

former customers, and said he said a committee working on Dolly McRae Brown of Starke; Instead of yearly under BHS Band Fish Fry
'would have a more complete line of a list of equipment and is compiling a brother, Bert Brown of Peru, provisions of the measure, subjectto
merchandise than before. He is I j I the approximate cost of a III; five sisters, Mrs. Goldie Mar- Bradford County Fanners Sign its ratification by a majorityof Set For SaturdayThe

expanding all lines of wholesale ; complete mobile unit. Walters Sets tin of Starke and Mrs. Gertie voters in the city election next
auto parts and sporting goods, he j Two seven kilowatt generators Pickhardt, Mrs. Edith McAllister, September.A public is urged to come
said, and will carry some tractor,|! for use in lighting rescue opera- Jump Record Mrs. Olive. Enderline and Mrs. For Federal Feed Grain ProgramR bill has also been introducedin I out and eat fried fish and hush-
parts. tions and in operating communi- Una Albury all of Miami. the House of Representativesto puppies Saturday night, April 22,
t cations equipment have already i Funeral services will be at 3 p. create a five-member board of :at the football stadium, for bene-
been acquired and arrangementsfor QTHER PHOTOS ON PAGE 5 m. today in the First Baptist H. Green Jr., Brooker, Florida diverted. I adjustment for Starke. The board"would I fit of the BHs Band. Serving will

Confederate Dead two vehicles needed are un- Sophomore: Lynwood Waiters Church in Starke. The Rev. Leo was the first Bradford County Farmers have until May l'' have the same powers as a start at 5 o'clock.
der Soto said. farmer to sign up to take part in i to contact the ASC office and I '
To BAt e Honored way is! shown here sailing 20-6 to a Hebert will officiate. a- planning board and its members I The event is sponsored by the
The secretary also said an extensive new Bradford High School Burial will be in Crosby Lake the new Federal Feed Grain pro- )gree to participate in the feed will be appointed by the Cit :Band Boosters Association.
Crosby CemeterySouthern training program has been broad Jump record at the stet- Cemetery with DeWitt C. Jones gram, according to Felix Sapp, \grain program, Mr. Sapp said. Council I r"G
outlined and will be put into effect County Agricultural Stabilization: un --
son-Mainland: Relays in Deland Funeral Home in charge.,
Memorial Day will be as soon as enough equipmentcan and. Conservation Committee I '....
observed Sunday afternoon. April be acquired. Training films Saturday. Chairman.Mr. t.J.; ,. '.1.[
at 4:30 o'clock at Crosby Lake Nuclear Fallout !t-.f--;: .. ,.' "'. _..
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about rescue work, courses in Suwannee Valley Green, a Bradford County ,'. .. ', '. # -i:'" '
Cemetery. first-aid, and uses of and fa Commissioner agreed to divert a ...i l".f..ffJIi'i; <;: :;,zl"' '.1"#"+ .,<, '"
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After a short program the mlliarization with all types of Authority To Meet Behavior To Be portion of his corn land to soil ,.i.' -fp'. ;..,- ,.f" .. ,,
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graves of the men who fought in equipment are a major part of conserving practices and was issued ":
With County BoardJ. : : :4'; : '
the War Between the States, both the training program, Soto said. Televised SoonA a negotiable certificate for ): : t. ; >.

Confederate and Federal, will be A fund raising program was also C. Camp of Jasper cooperation in the program. This '7_ '" ,rr::0; -, TH'E
decorated with flags and ilowers. discussed, he said and suggestionswere of the Suwannee Vallex" Development A dramatized Civil Defense certificate can be exchanged for -' ,;'. '??' :
Rev. Leo A. Hebert of the First to appeal for funds from any grain or cash, ,the ASC Chairman : r1
I Authority and Otto Wett- will be televised live :
Baptist Church will give the ad persons wishing to contribute program ,:: :fJoD: ,
funds to the organization. stein, member of the board'of,directors during Operation Alert 1061 by said.This ,) GRAIN
dress. will meet here Friday the Armstrong Circle Theatre on fall ASC will issue Mr. )
Everyone is cordially urged to with County Commissioners! from Wednesday, April 26, at 10 p. mover Green the other half of his feed 1I GRAM :

, attend. The service is in chargeof Fair Association Bradford and six neighboringcounties. channel 4. grain payment in certificates redeemable ; !<";'-';, "
W. T. Weeks chapter United To Organize According to Mrs. C. L. Scholl, in,feed grain or cash. .: ': ,< "
Daughters of the Confederacy. Commissioner Jerome Johns, Bradford County Civil Defense '- ":"iI ..
In addition he will be insuredof '.
Friday NightThe who announced the" meeting: said director, this will be the first at least $1.27 per bushel price "

GOSPEL CONCERTThe the purpose would be to Acquaintthe dramatization of behavior resulting support for his 1961 corn crop ..
first board .
organizational commissioners with the Su from nuclear fallout ever presented and qualify for conservation ;
of the : .
meeting new Bradford wannee Valley program and seek to the public. payments on his iverted_ corn ?; ; )f
County Fair Association will be
their further :
cooPeration BesidesBradford The one-hour program "Brief- -
Rebels QuartetOf held at 7:30 p. m. Friday, April commissioners have ing From Room 103" portrays acreage. iu
21, in the American Legion hall. Earlier this week 61 Bradford
been invited from Union. Baker,g the day-to Tampa R. H. McIntire, Fair Association Columbia. Clay, Putnam, and Ala- getup of total strangers isolatedin county grain growers were mailed
their: farm base
president, said the meeting was chua Counties. a fallout shelter for a period acreage preparatory
Sponsored by being called so that long range The luncheon meeting wUl be of two weeks following a nuclear to inviting them to sign up

plans for the next county fair held ,at, 12 noon rid the Garden attack on the United States. The for the grain program. Both corn i
LAWTEY PTA \ and grain sorghum
growers were
could be started. Restaurant. group includes a crane operator, v: ttkL
Mon., Apr. 21, 8P.M. The next fair can and must be his wife and children a managerof included. -fr

the largest and finest ever held Cub ,Scouts a bowling alley, a gambler, .a Mr. Sapp ,explained that each r :
Junior 0'
Lawtey .in our community," McIntire said ;nurse, housewives, and some teen farm base is established by the .'z.. '' f.>> '
High School :"It must grow every year until To Meet. TuesdayThe agers. county ASC committee. Its based '""'- .-, /":;.:1t,. _,-.i.;."\,
the Bradford County Fair is on the average of the acreage devoted -; "0
Adm.-$l & 50c known throughout the state." monthly pack meeting of VA Office to corn or grain sorghumin -'-"

All members of the board of directors Cub Scout. Pack 70 will be held 1959 and 1960.

..This Space Contributed are urged to attend the at 7:30: p. m. Tuesday. April 25. Location Changed Bradford county has two average
Friday night meeting. rates of payment per acre, for _
Weekly to Publicize in the Methodist Fellowship Hall The veterans contact office in. as yr ;1
corn and two for grain sorghum.One .
under the leadership-of the Gainesville will effective
Community Events byCOMMUNITY CORRECTIONA new move rate, is based on .50 percent 5
Cubmaster. Woodrow Callan. May 1 to 236 S. W. 4th Avenue, f
and the other on 60 percent of the
THE : typographical error was mad Mr. Callan has arranged, it has been announced.
county; normal yield per acre
in listing a ,marriage license in through the courtesy of SouthernBell z.
Joe Gum in charge of VA affairs times the county support rate.:
STATE BANKOF last week's paper.. The correct Telephone ,
Co. for the shoving in Gainesville, said the move
listing should be: of an aviation film entitled"Sky was to Each farm payment rate will Commissioner B. H. Green, Jr. signs as the first grower under the new Feed Grain Program. Interested

STARKEr Joseph Leone 61, and Mary Watch on 55." Theme for. space necessary for another provide goTefmaeaW, ...more-;-: :-. vary according to the farm's productivity onlookers ore: Mrs. Mary Ella Vatteraon, County Agent G. T. Haggles,, and Mrs. Mildred

Cacdato Hell, 63, both of Starke. the month is "Air Adventure." agency. and the number of acres Sapp.
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_,""" r- .:..r"y, .... ..-, Mr. and Mrs. Cary Nazworthof Quatuor Coronate Lodge No. 2076 I April 28, at 9:30: a. m- for the
Jacksonville are visiting their of London, England, and the I purpose of conducting social security
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parents, Mr. and Mrs. Barney Mc- lstl .aHenry State Historical Society of Mis-t business.
Rae and Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Naz- souri. ;j Persons who desire to nuke ap
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lit .worth, this week. ; Surviving are his wife Mrs. plications for social security l u

G. E. AIR CONDITIONING I Fannie Nefrberne Ollara of tiremcnt or survivors bene't

;1 BROWNS REFRIGERATIONMr. 'ar u 8iltil G 'r, p ,'' Starke; four stepdaughters, Mrs. ; secure social security accom'
and Mrs Wflejr Dill of s I C. J. Frazier of Graham: Mrs. numbers, or to obtain any o!,u

: ,.I I, Albany, Ga. were weekend guests' .r Onie Mae Graves, Daytona Beach; social security information a.

II_,_1... .. ,V II ...,_ ...... L ofMr, and Mrs. J. P, Dill. I' J l P Mrs. H. D. Rogers, Waldo; and invited to call at this timt
Joe Andrews of Columbus, Ohio 3' Mrs Alta Smith, Orlando; one

lt' Mr. and Mrs. Allie Gay of Port Mrs. W. E. Middleton and Miss was visiting his mother, Mrs. Nell I stepson, L. C. Smith, Daytona

Authur Texas, will arrive Satur- Madge Middleton attended the Andrews, over the weekend. Beach; a brother Ben O'Hara. St. See

day to spend ten days 'with Mr. Methodist Church homecoming in : Mrs. J. P. Dansby of Perry and Y.3 r dw Louis, Mo.; two sisteis! Mrs. Ger-
and Mrs. Adolph Gay. Hortense, Ga. last Sunday. Mrs. Bill Flecken and son' of Flint' rrude Johnson S-amforj. Conn., "Hi Neighbor"With!!

Mrs. J. H. Fields of Starke and Mrs. J. D. Seymour and Mrs. Mich were Saturday visitors of and Mrs. Oneida Carton, St. Louis .

Mrs. Robert E. Tanner Baldwin Gladys Harrington attended the Mr. and Mrs. R. ,0. Dnasby. I .r t Mo. I

spent Thursday to Sunday in Co- Orchid Show in Jacksonville on Mr. and Mrs. S. Gl Denmark, Funeral services were held at 11a. I

eoa where they attended the fu- Sunday. Mrs. P. S. Denmark and Evelyn w zp' m. Monday in Jones'Memorial Jim Watson I
4 sepal Saturday of W. Harold Ford, Rev Leo A. Hebert is conduct- Sinclair spent the ,weekend with) Chapel with Rev. H. O. Bojette of
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Thomas in ------------- and on APr
who died April 12. Mr. and Mrs. ing a Revival in Crawfordsville the First Methodist: Church offi
George Powell of Newton, N. C, from Crescent City. iMr. t Lake GUEST
Sunday to Saturday of this ciating. Burial was in Crosby SPECIAL
i who, also attended the funeral week. and Mrs. T. C. Chastain,' Light Up America Is Theme Cemetery under the direction ofI 1i

spent,the first of the week with airs. L. C. Hutto is visitingMr. Jr. and sonTommy, visited Mr..1' I O'Hara 74 DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home. |: i George higgins

:Mrs. Fields' while enroute home. and Mrs. Charles Parker in and Mrs. W. C. Rivers. in Lake' Of National 1 Week Masonic rites were conducted at I
,i*>)Irs. Jettie Hazen of Gainesville Cocoa this week. City on Sunday. Library i 1 the graveside by Bradford Lodge'

( was a weekend guest of 'Mrs. Mr. and Mrs.Gwynn Howard of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Mundorff! ; Dies F. & A. M. Active pallbearers were Bradford CountyAgricultural
A. E.,McKinney.. They spent Sun- Miami were overnight guests Mon- and son arrived last week from I II I "Light Up America" was the!I Luciari's review of "Hawaii" by' FridayHenry members of the Lodge.: | Agentat
; day with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hazen day of Mrs. M. H. Lang. Marine, Ill where Mr. Mundorff j I j theme set for Florida libraries on James Michener was judged the I ,'
Monday night, April 17, in observance -! best review from several ounties.. | 1 i I 6:45 A. M. \
I on Mrs. Jettie Hazen's birthday !Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Sullivan and was discharged after three years :
anniversary. service in the U. S. Army. At of National Library Week.! He is a 9th grade student. I O'Hara, 73, of Starke, Social Security On
family were in Titusville over the ,
The Starke library staff was on In observance of Library Week, died at his home last Friday night fir
11 OPEN WEDNESDAY AFTER present they are staying with > I
weekend visiting Mr. and Mrs. Powerful Channel 12 I
NOON. FLORIDA PEST CONTROL the R. F. Mundorffa. hand to serve coffee and check no fines will be charged on books after a brief illness. He was bornin I A representative of the 'Gaines-! .

& CHEMICAL ICO Tom. Sullivan. Mrs. H. H. Adams and Mrs. I books out to those who visited the .returned Thursday, Friday and St. Louis, Mo. June 26, 1887 j ville Social Security office will be' WFGA--TV Jacksonville I
Mr. and Mrs.: H. K. Tyus of
Foster Shi Smith are attendingthe I library between 7 and 8 o'clock. Saturday of this week, no matter and was a retired bank,employee.He .i in the Starke courthouse Friday, -
i 509 Center street will move into 1-- -. .
annual meeting of the Florida Many new books are available, how late they are. was a member of the Methodist -
their new home at 1103 E. Call
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I street the last of the week. Conference of the Methodist WSCSin and the public'is urged to make a i Of interest to library patrons? t Church, a 33rd Degree Mason,; AMBULANCE SERVICE

1 I j Mrs. J. T. Branch of Norfolk] West Palm Beach from Tuesday !',- special effort to visit the library is the fact that Bradford County's a member of Hiram Council No. I: PHONE 964-2600

Florida I\ Va. is visiting her son and daugh- to Friday. I during the week. Senator Charley E. Johns intro- 1 Royal and Select Masters; Chapter -

j ter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Barry have, There will be a presentation at duced the proposed Libraiy BUll 8, Royal 1-Arch; and St. Aide- ; DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
j Ii Renner this week. had as guests, Dr. and Mrs. L. L.I the high school assembly this i I on April 4 in the State Senate. ,mar Commandery No. 18, Knights

G. E. AIR CONDITIONINGBROWN'S Frank of South Bend, Ind. over I.! Friday by Mrs. Patricia ;noggins; ,iI I I The Starke Woman's; Club and I Templer Occidental Lodge No. 163,: DeWitt C. Jones Registered Funeral Director
I the weekend and other organizations throughout FA.. M., all of St.
Mr. and Mrs.I I Louis. He
assistant: librarian, to Harriet I Starke Fla.
I REFRIGERATIONMrs. W. N. Barry of Newberry on I i the state have been working for was a veteran of World War H, a t I

ii Theatre W. A. Stern and :Miss Sunday. i Goodman and Lucian Pre/att for.I the passage of this bill which I member of the Philalethes Society i Rental Service: Hospital Beds. Wheel Chairs, CrutchesSQQH

Louise Stern attended the Or- their participation in th? Santa i I would provide more support for :,of Chicago, Ill., a membe- of the -.. -
chid Show in Jacksonville last 'All Hands On Deck' I Fe Regional Library book contest. t public lbraries in'Florida.Rotarians I -- "
Sunday.Mrs. ; ,-; "' .
SAT., APRIL 22 Beulah Saxon of Fort With Pat Boone I Tour I s
Garden Club
a Double Feature Program1st. Lauderdale and Mrs. O. L. Hay- 1 I T
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nes, Sr. and Mrs. Bertha: Pearceof New Maximum I
Feature r Flower
I Show Set
Starke visited Mrs. Lillian I O '
"All Hams "
Phillips in Lake City last Thurs- Deck starring Prison Facility" L EN s
Clear across the day. Pat Boone and beautiful new- Two DaysWith

I 4.West they all Pfc Mike Reddish of Fort Bragg, comer Barbara Eden in a lively IFor Members of the Starke Rotary I _
spoof the /
on S.
wanted j N. C. was home for the weekend. I Navy is coming Club enjoyed a conducted tour
that... to the Florida I
j I Mrs. Carrie Ritch is confined Theatre 'screen I a theme of "SpringtimeIs Wednesday of the new maximum TOBECOME V
I Sunday through Wednesday. Like A Melody," the Starke
I in Bradford County Hospital] for security prison now nearing con
0a I Its all about the Garden Club's Fourth Annual
zany doings
the Bradford County
,! several weeks for medical treatment -I I I pletion on
aboard the LST "St. Clair County Flower Show will to the '
for side of New River.
a broken bone in her .
hip which she received several| a real navy ship with two public at 2 p. m. Saturday in the During their regular luncheon
I battle stars for service in Korea. 'Starke Woman's Club.. Hours will the
weeks ago when hit by a car on hour the Rotarians drove to I
: E. Call Street. Lieut. Donald [Boone] is in com- be from 2 to 8 p. m. on Saturday, prison site, where L. J. Swan, assistant

Mrs. Merritt Williams and house; mand when a pretty girl reporter and from'1:30: to 5 p. m. Sunday. warden who will be in

--. I, gue'stsIr.. and Mrs. W. H. Miner [Miss Eden stows away and a Mrs. p. T. Nolin, show chair- charge of the new structure after

i SOPHA and daughter. Karen, of Akron. Chickasaw Indian crew member, man has announced that jail ex- inmates are moved there this

LORENQUINNMARBARH Ohio, and her mother Mrs. J. F. played by Buddy Hackett decidesto his except cut specimens and summer, conducted a tour, explaining DDIIE'PE ,
Rogers of Jacksonville spent Sun- bring a live turkey aboard as those in the Artistic Division, outstanding featuies. I
11III EtenHedurt 1 tomcBNooro SIEVE Ednntb day and Monday visiting Miss mascot. must be brought to the Woman's Swami pointed out that each
ltatxsdaCPsilMt J *6ICSI Frances Landrum in Lakeland and How this web of laugh-packed Club between 8 a. m. ani 5 p. m. prisoner will have' an individual

IR1edbt.roobr L\dey, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Sieferman nonsense untangles itself, aboard on Friday, April 21, with the exception cell which will be equipped with
n till: lw 1 Rdt!en'1ECHNm.ORAFnwt I in Tampa and ashore, is the burden of a of those from out of town toilet facilities, lavoratory, water I

OPEN WEDNESDAY AFTER- rollicking, frolicking take-off with which may be delivered between fountain, individual plug for electric -j

2nd. Feature. I':'NOON. FLORIDA PEST CONTROL plenty of romance and four hit 8 a. m. and 10:30: a. mon Saturday razor, etc., mirror, small cab-I j

t & CHEMICAL CO.. 'songs_ 'J.by_Pat Boone thrown in. April 22.Competition inet for clothes, and intercom and
Miss Della Rosenberg, Mrs. Edward ,in the Artistic Di radio combination, and a window
::4zdsonSuccumbs '
f4 l

a meeting of District 7 of I the Starke Garden Club and must Work on the new building is \

the BPW Club at the Capri Rest-]i To be the work of an amatuer ar- virtually complete except for "fin

aurant at Clearwater Beach last ranger. The Horticulture Divisionis ishing touches." IEICHAIDISE TO MAKE ,

1 Sunday. j jI '! Heart Attack open to all amatuer gardeners After the tour, the Rotarianswere .. ROOM FORCARP'S
p' .iK kJ > I Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Green were living in Staike and surounding served a roast beef luncheon
I in Gainesville on business Mon Albert William Anderson Sr., communities, and entries must be by Claude Johns, chief prison

I day. 74, died: Wednesday morning aftera grown by the exhibitor.The steward, and his staff. NEW MERCHANDISE ARRIVING

: I Mr. and Mrs. Lester Crews and heart attack. At' the time of the public is cordially invitedto The program was in charge of

.- daughter, Carolyn, were visiting attack Mr. Anderson was sittingin visit the show. There will be Lucian Conner, farm manager for "

| Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Crews in Venus his car in front of a place of noadmission charge but silver do- the prison, and a member of the SOON! S4IE
1/2 AND
over the weekend.Mr. 'business, waiting for his wife. He nations will be accepted. Starke Rotary Club. MORE!.: ', '

Lr.MMIFO)04m and !Mrs. Byron Newcombof died before an ambulance could

Waycross: Ga. spent the week take him''to the hospital.Mr. .
end with Mr. and :Mrs.: G. S. New- Anderson II )0' ( ;'" i\f
was born April 'f'n.
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gi)A4Ap4.m. a.r.wwwb.IwdR comb. 24, .1886 in Jefferson City, Texas Safe :AETIRES'TRY ,
+l iUwt.
Mr. and Mrs. William Eckert and had lived in Starke about 50

I of Bayside, Long Island are spending -|I years. He operated a garage and Boy's Play ShortsBrassieres

Cartoon: Here Kiddie Kiddie j a week with Mr. and Mrs. service station_here until his retirement LADIES

i, Fred Leonhard. I several years ago. OUR BUDGET PLAN
I OPEN Reg. 3 For $1 OReg.
SUN. thru WED. ;I WEDNESDAY AFTER Surviving are his wife myrtle :

APRIL 23 thru 26 ,I NOON.Mr. &FLORIDA CHEMICAL PEST Ca. CONTROL I I Mrs.Sheldrake Virginia Anderson A. Schwab; a daughter of Mer-, 6.70 x 15 BLACK c 95' I NOW NOW M ', FAR: $1

and Mrs. Garl Mathews $ ,
rUt Island; two sons, A. W. Anderson "
S 1waaaxcx visited Mr. and Mrs. Dillon Whis-' Jr., Ventura, Calif., and TUBE TYPE $1.00 66e
7D: ]ler at Neptune Beach and !Mr.:\ and'!John D. Anderson, Cocoa; two J = I
Mrs. Bruce Mathews in Gaines-
brothers, Claude
{ Jacksonville (
ville on Sunday. PLUS TAX & _._ MEN
i and J. L. [Saml 1 Anderson .
:Mrs. Henrietta Hunt was a delegate -' Starke; five sisters, Mrs. E. RECAPPABLE TIRE 0 "
to the Grand OES( 1JS
Co-Starring Chapter lM. Davis; Mrs. Leila Reid, Tar- Slack Socks
: State convention at the Jackson. INTERNATIONAL ;
a pon Springs; Mrs Paul Cldridge: Delco. Batteries I \ .
i ville Coliseum last -
BUDDY HACKETT I Friday. Tuesday to Stone Jacksonville and Miss; and Mamie Mrs.Anderson Pauline, $5.00Allowances MUFFLERS .\ \presseN) \" Reg. 50c !

f Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Pooser and TIME
both of Archer; and five grand i
i 1 FOR
DENNIS T" O'KEEFE children of Tampa were Sunday children. Battery During Sale GUARANTEEDodd's Reg.tll 3 $ a ,
visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Seeber ,
Funeral services will be held at

BARBARA EDENPat's Goodman.Mrs. Lena Andrews of Orlando 2 p. m. Friday in Jones. Memorial Service & Auto Sales i .,\\IRPY\\

was visiting Mr. and Mrs. H, L.I Chapel with Rev. H. O. Boyette \ Girl's Cotton
i pastor of the First Methodist I
Singin' Out: Hough last Thursday to Sunday.Mr. .I 528 S. Walnut St. Phone 961.3861
!Church officiating. Burial will be and Rayon
and Mrs. F. W. Hunt of ,
"All" Hands On Deck" St. Augustine 'were Sunday visitors -!;i in the Crosby direction'Lake of De.Witt Cemetery C. under Jones // 'You Are In The Market For AnAl j I 1er9' Shorts \\ ,

",'e Got It Made""Somewhere of Mrs. Henrietta Hunt PantiesReg.25c t.Reg.
Funeral $1.00
Mrs. P. D. Fancher visit-i
There's Home""You'Mean was

: Everthing To Me"i ,''last'f@k.ing Mrs. Fred 'Miller in Perry I CARD OF THANKS USED CAR OR A NEW CARW I ;I .

Cartoon: Miceniks I OPEN WEDNESDAY AFTER! To all the wonderful friends \ dOC FOR $ :
i PEST CONTROL -j who bore with us the loss of our y
THURS., & FRI. ._
beloved husband and father
Rev.- and Mrs; J. H.' Mary attended ?
.find no words to the ;
APRIL 27 & 28 the Baptist Vacation Bible i depth of our express gratitude. 1' T- :t ,,

i School Clinic In St. Augustine ,on ;
Your cards, and calls, your flowers ,
Monday.Mr. ;
and letters, the food you prepared \
and Mrs. J. T. :
turned last Friday from Quigley week's re- your prayers all the count: I / I 145-155 W. CALL: ST. ,' ,
(( .
less ways you found to'express f -

,' attended trip down a state.regional While meeting away they of your love sympathy and sorrow %WE CAN GIVE YOU THE BEST STARKE, FLA. '

will never be forgotten. We also
the IFCA in Auburndale, and also
4 also wish to thank the Rev. Barry j
visited Mr. and :Mrs: E. L. Johns! DEALSee
VanDeventer, and Dr. P. G.
In Apollo Beach and Mr. and Mrs.
Felos and staff an! Mr. Schmittand
4 Purvis Hazen in Ocala. the funeral home staff for THESE Km HUNDREDS OF
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Willis of I Bob Hammond; or W. J. Dodd OTHER ITEMS
their kindness to us. Mr*. Eliza- .
.- Sequatchie; Tenn. and Mr. and '
--- eIONIt Mrs. Thomas Willis of South beth Paton and family. ATDODD'S
LQPCHEVALIER'GAVICartoon i'I Pittsburgh Tenn. were called here God saw that he 'was weary '. -. ALL SLASHED. IN PRICE! HURRY IN
And the hill bani'to climb.
,.it.:..r. .- ,i 1F4.rVIQAI Sunday when their mother Mrs: was
i V. O. Bridges suffered a heart So he closed his weary eyelids I AUTO SALES

: Night Life Tokyo attack Sunday morning Mrs. And thine."whispered. "Peace be I II .._..... TlEMEiDOUS SAVINGS THROUGHOUT!

Bridges is confined in Bradford I j -

t .. 0.. '. '. .._.. '., County Hospital I [Inserted by his beloved wife, 712 Walnut St. Phone- 964-6421 Ls .. .. . ...._ .... ... -. .' ... .. .
J .
Elizabeth ,
"t. '" Paton.1 I oj ; ,_._'.''0

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F-I.. S HU. ,P!'., 'E R *** SLAW HUSH.PUPPIES BAKED FISH BEANS, : '_ "' y SATURDAY BHS- APR.STADIUM 22 5 P. M.\ Band.'. Sponsored Benefit Boosters_ Of'By Assn.-. ./"' t ,

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: TEA or'COFFEE" "' CHILDREN 50c ADULTS. $1.00 ,nus BANDF

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Ninth Graders Of Paul Harvey 70 I\I Bill Introduced Recent BirthMr. :

Methodist Gfurch I By -Thomas To Extend
and Mrs. Francis Xavier
,I :'f,,'\ Enjoy Swim PartyThe Of KeystoneDies j 1 I Lawtey Terms Cahoon of Raiford announce the

:" birth of a daughter Julie Beth.

2 tI" Methodist ninth grade TuesdayPaul A bill calling for a referendum on April 14 in Bradford County

Sunday school class enjoyed a to amend the election laws of the Hospital.

; picnic lunch and swim party at I. [Percy! Harvey, 70, died Town of Lawtey was introduced
if I IL GUdye Mooty the Jimmy Moore's Kingsley Lake Tuesday afternoon at his home in in the House of Representatives I I

home last Saturday.The Keystone( Heights after 'a brief Monday by Rep. A. J. Thomas Jr. prME/1Ta. 14r
Mrs. Arrie Browning Speaks The mayor and town clerk FL-: "
I j I with their teacher, Drew Reddish, Mr. Harvey was born April 14, L STARKE .
Honored with Reunion ToVoman's would be elected every two years,
Club had a hamburger fry on the dock, 1891 in South Boston Mass. and
starting in December 1962. if the
On 73rd AnniversaryMrs. On Preparedness zi. followed by swimming and boat- had lived at Keystone for the past'I measure is approved by a major- SUN.-MON.-TUE8.\ :
ing during the afternoon.Lewis' five years, coming there from
ity of Lawtey voters. A town APRIL 23-25
Arrie Browning celebratedher Mrs. C. L. Scholl, Bradford '-,'..," Er Boston.( He was a member of the marshal would be appointed by

73rd birthday anniversary on County Civil Defense Director, < '" : : Entertain, Catholic Church. the mayor with the consent of Look In Any Window

i1 Sunday when her daughter, Mrs. I spoke on Community and Home :iI..t. I At Rehearsal DinnerMr. Surviving are his wife, Catherine the council. Starring: Paul Anka, and Ruth
Edgar Glisson, entertained at a Preparedness at the April meet- ,.' Donovan Harvey of Keystone -
t'< Each
provision of the bill will
family reunion in her honor. ing of the Starke Woman's Club ; '' /.'!,"'""',', :, ,-, and Mrs. Emory C. Lewis ; five daughters, and one be voted on separately in the referendum Roman.The

Enjoying the affair were: Mr. 'Wednesday afternoon of l last week. entertained at a delightful dinner son.The Pride and
with ratification
and Mrs. Nathan B. Norby of Mrs. Beta Sigma Phi Holds Hamburger Fry Rosary was recited at or rejection -
scholl who was introduced party Thursday evening of last Jones Memorial of one not to affect the The Passion
Trilby; Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Melvin by Mrs. T. H. Slade, Educational At Home In Honor New RusheesBeta week honoring their son, Meed Chapel in Starkeat other.
Mr. and Mrs. Otis Browning, I Chairman, urged each member to Gay Lewis, and:! Miss Judy Dankel, fol- 7:30: p. m. Wednesday!: with Starring: Cary Grant, Sophia Loren -
Melvin, and Mrs. Prudence Father Cornelius Dougherty of and Frank Sinatra.
:Emory I accept the responsibility of preparing Sigma Phi, Gamma Theta Barbara Ward, Gayle Shiner, Faye lowing their wedding rehearsal.
I St. Edward's
Melvin of Gainesville; Seymour her home and family for Chapter of Starke. held a ham- Marlowe. The long banquet table in the Catholic Church of- ,Free Fish Fry Plus CartoonWED.THURS.
Stoten, Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Sou-I I ficiating.} After the Rosary, the
any emergency. "Home preparedness Pecan room centered with
was an
burger fry last week at the homeof Rushees not ,pictured: .,Frances
therland and Johnny Harris ofLake i is your best insurance for arrangement of blue chrysanthemums body was sent to Boston, Mass. Scheduled ., APRIL 26-27
Mrs. Muriel Gay in honor of Poe, Barbara Southwell, Thelma where By ,
Butler; Mr. and Mrs. Lee i survival," she said, "and must Funeral Mass was held in
white and
you gladioli baby
rushees- Games were played and a Bunce. Norma Canova, Cliff Jack- Kings Go Forth
Allison of Alexandria, Va.; Mr. not Mary of the Hill Cathoic
Ignorance apathy or breath. Flanking the arangement Forest
prize was awarded to Dr. Sara son, Marty Rosier, and Leah Silt Church at ServiceThere
and Mrs. Everett Southerland of indifference allow this policy to were low silver candleholders with Milton, Mass. Starring: Frank Sinatra Tony
Lou Wells for the rushee with the ton.
Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs. Nathan lapse because you, are unwillingto _, burning blue tapers DeWitt C. Jones Funeral' Home Curtis, and Natalie ,Wood.
most outstanding costume. Eigh- The chapter will have
and Mrs. Nora Baker of a pre had charge of arrangements. will be free, fish
Tillis, provide form of a public
11 any
teen members, ten rushees, and ferential tea from 3 to 4 o'clock Bridal place cards marked the
Dade City; Bobby Browning of ." As a guide on essential seating arrangement for the 40 fry at the Bradford and Union I The High
the chapter sponsor enjoyed this Sunday afternoon at the home of
take and Mr. and Mrs. County Fire PoweredRifle
city; home preparedness, the speaker David Paton 75 Control Headquarters
affair. Mrs. T. H. Slade, 1420 E. Call guests which included members of ,
Robert Richardson, Mrs. Louise Friday afternoon,
gave an interesting outline of a April 28, start-
the wedding party and the im-
Pictured above [:top row, left to Street.A
:Allison, Robbie Allison, Mr. and Civil Defense Workshop ing at 5:30.: The headquarters is Starring: Willard Parker.
program mediate families. The bride and Funeral Held
and Miss right]: Carolyn Canova, Eizabeth. model meeting will be held at
:Mrs. William Ferguson located half-way between Starke
that could be conducted throughout -
Haines, Konie Home, Joann Saw- 8 p. m. Monday, April 24, at the groom presented personal gifts to Plus Cartoon
:Mary Jane Thomas of Starke, and the community and urged their attendants the Lake Butler on State Road
yer, Jeanne Clark. Bottom row home of Miss Louise Stem, 1369S. during even-
their' families. David Paton, 75, of 624
members to volunteer as leaders. FRI.-SAT.
[ll-rl) : Jenny ,Rodermond, Sara Walnut Street. All membersare ing. Gardiner Street, died at his home 100.The APRIL 28.29
:Mrs. D. L. Thomas, fish fry is given
president annuallyto
Lou Wells, Billy Jean Gassett, urged to attend-. Monday, April 10, after a brief "Day Of
presided at the meeting and Mrs. Garden Club promote a better understanding
Leo A. Hebert gave the devotionalon Meeting Illness. He was born July 20,1885 betwen the citizens of the 'two The Outlaw"
i Delta Miss DankelIs Set For I ir Scotland and moved to Starkein
"Women. The new by-laws Alpha Kappa Judy Monday"In counties and the Florida Forest
1954 after his retirement from Starring; Robert Ryan Burl lies,
presented at the March meeting Service. Equipment used by the
Installs Officers Honored With
business. He was a Mason and a and Tina Louise.Tarzan's.
were voted on and approved. :Mrs. A Spring Gartien"will' be Forest Service here will be on
I I Clyde Terwillegar thanked all Monday At GardenAlpha Bridesmaid LuncheonMrs. the theme for the Starke Garden member of the Presbyterian display for those who would like

r USE GAS FOR WATER ', who assisted her in the success- Club monthly meeting to be held Church to inspect it during the fish fry.

HOT-DOMT SCOLDAT ; ful St. Patrick's Eve dinner. Gamma Chapter of Alpha Max Furlong and Mrs. Monday evening at the homeD Surviving: are his wife Elizabeth The event is sponsored jointly Fight for Life

I i The following names were presented Delta Kappa Sorority' met in the George Canova gave a lovely Mrs. Gladys Harrington, 337 I Weir Paton of Stavke; two by the Bradford and Unto i County
WATER AlUAVS for membership by Mrs. Pecan Room of the Garden Res-: bridesmaids luncheon last Friday N. Walnut St. at 7.30: o'clock. daughters, Mrs. Margaret Cohill, Fire Prevention Committee- Starring: Gordon Scott and Eve

HALFWAY COLD I Guy Sale, chairman, and were taurant Monday night at 7:30: at the home of the latter on 'Miss Dorothy Ross, program and Mrs. Catherine Black, both of members and all citizens of both Brent.

I ) I accepted: :Mrs. A. G. Loudon, Mrs. o'clock. Kingsley Lake honoring Mss Judy chairman, will present a program ,.Newark, N. J.; and ,two sons, Da- counties are, invited to attend. Plus Cartoon
i'' a+ o 1 j i George Huggins. Mrs. Vic Frees, Twelve members enjoyed a ban- Dankel. on "rooting plants." vid D. Paton, Belmar, N. J., and I
quet preceding the installation of Hostesses for the evening will Thomas Paton, East Orange, N. J.
I Mrs. M. W. Lance, Mrs. N. B. Rosier The Canova home was beautiful
} I Mrs. Sherrod W. Hamilton, the new officers for the year. Mrs.I I \ for the occasion with numer be, Mrs. J. D. Seymour chairman, Funeral services were held at I The Personal Touchis
I Mrs. Eugene Williams, and Mrs. Ernestine Register presided dur- ous arrangements of Spring flow Mrs. Gladys Harrington, and Mrs.R. 3 p. m. Wednesday, April 12, in
Vernon Smucker. ing the business meeting, and Mrs. F. Young.Executive. Jones Memorial Chapel with Rev. when
!ers in milk glass containers placedat yours you come to the Glamo-Ree Hair Stylist.
Laurie Mullins installed the following Barry D. VanDeventer, pastor of
I At the conclusion of the meet- points of interest throughout We make a Point of keeping up with new trends like
: ing the hostesses served refresh- officers for the new year: !A yellow and blue color motif was Board I the First Presbyterian Church, of- the "Irresistible" from Paris. .
ments. President, Mrs. Ernestine Reg- carried out in the luncheon table ficiating. Burial was in Crosby
I'I ister; Vice President, Mrs. Ernes- decorations. The table was cover Of Junior Women Lake Cemetery under the directionof And More! Our Specialty is in adapting New Hairdos

tine McRae; Recording Secretary, ed with a yellow linen cloth embroidered To Meet Thursday DeWitt C. Jones Funera, Home. I to your own good looks.

Country Club Dance Miss Madge Middleton; Corre- with white bells. In the Active pallbearers were members We've lots of New Styles at our fingertips.Call .

I Set For April 29 sponding Secretary, Mrs. Eliza-! center of the ,table was a large The executive board of the Ju of the Presbyterian Church.
I'j'I'I I beth Haines; Chaplains, Mrs. Lau- wedding bell surrounded with nior Woman's Club will meet Us And See! I
Of Next Week rie Mullins, Mrs. Ruth Frazier '
i ; Spring blossoms. The attractiveplace Thursday evening, April 27, at 8 FISH SUPPKU: Saturday April
Sergeant-at-Arms, Mrs. Bernice cards marking the seatingarrangement : o'clock at the home of Mrs. Wayne 22-5 o'clock. BUS Stadium. Benefit amo- ee Hair StylistMiss
I The Starke Golf and Country Hopkins; Historian, Mrs. Martha; Haines. '
were decorated with BHS Band.
Club will hold a dance on Saturday Pellum; Publicity Chairman, Mrs. Ellouise Ph: 964-8341 Mr. Keith
satin bows and miniature wedding I
April 29, from 9 to 1 a. m. Essie L. Crosby. 1
I I Church Invites All .
at the American Legion home. Hostesses! for the evening were bells.The --
There will be music by an orches-I Mrs. Crosby and Mrs. McRae. 18 guests included Mrs. N. To Free Barbecue
I tra. Members and friends are in- S.. Dankel, mother of the honoree Purchase
vited. Mrs. Ella Sparks Mrs. J. A. Dankel, Sr., Miss Mary: Rev. T. D. McConnehey of the Special Permits
J Dankel and Mrs. J. A. Dankel, J r., Free Christian Church south of
Of all of Waycross, Ga. and Mrs-
I I Micanopy Starke on State Road 100. invites
!II I Celebrates 90th YearMrs. Glen Hartwig of Tampa. the,-pUblic to a free barbecue to

I The hostesses presented the be held at the church Saturday

f II I Ella Sparks of Micanopywas bride-to-be with a silver salt end afternoon, April 29, starting at 2 THIS SALE

the honoree last Sunday ata pepper shaker set as a mementoof I o'clock. The church is located in

OLE i dinner celebrating her 90th the occasion. the building formerly known. as

N'S birthday anniversary. The affair the Friendly Stop.
was given by her children grand John Thomas Mr. McConnehey has been here FACTORY CLOSEOUT DINETTES

children, and other relatives at since last October and was for- _
6th Year _
the home of her eldest daughter, Celebrates merly associated with The Taber-

Mrs. J. A. Roberts. nacle on Kings Highway In Jack- _
1'' Will SOON BECOME Out of town children and their John Milton Thomas celebratedhis Saturday,I sonville. He anounces that regular F--s 5 PC. Dinette Suites

families attending included Rev. sixth birthday on services are held each Sunday,

and Mrs. S. E. Sparks of Starke, afternoon when -his mother, Mrs with Sunday School at 10 a. m., {' 30 x 40 x 48 Extension Table
and Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Sparks, A. J. Thomas. Jr.. gave a party rand morning and evening worship i'" 4 Side Chairs
for him at their home on W. Lafayette
Mrs. R. T. Crouch of Gaines at 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. m. A mid-

ville.Mrs. Street. week service is held Thursday at i $59.95 Value
Sparks received many lovly eGuests included members of his 7:30 p. m- g

flowers and gifts on this ocI kindergarten class. The youngstersenjoyed ; Oscar Davis and S. J. Osteen T Only 2 Sets at .

1 casion. games with prizes and l are trustees and deacons of the ,
1 i Among the many out of town\refreshments on the lawn and,l church, and Joe Brantley is a .
guests were Mr. and Mrs. D. L. carport and were given favors of deacon, Mr. McConnehey said.

I Thomas and children of Starke. 'l lTIIISWEEK'S marbles and bubble blowers. The pastor says that donationsfor $$39.95:

the free barbecue will be wel- j1i % x

come from those who might want. ; [ /' With Trade

145-155 W. CALL ST., STARKE, FLA. to assist in putting tt on. L 'I

I -- : &- Gainesville Police 7 PC. Dinette Suites

FOUR STAR Charge Starke Youth ill iI iii i i.

: 36 x 48 x 60 Extension TableCompare
Gainesville police charged a 19-
* year-old Starke youth with driving And 6 Chairs

@ while intoxicated and failing at $89.95

FL4S Power Mowers to report an accident Tuesday

i after his car clipped a rotten Close-Out Price
pole in the 300 block of
18" Lawn Boy Special 21" Lawn Boy DeLuxe
NW 10th Street.Gainesville .
Reg. 62.50-NOW 47.00 Reg. 92.50-NOW 67.00 .
police said a car i

tjV 18** Lawn Boy DeLuxe 19" Lawn Boy Quietflite driven by William Dupree Hodge $$59'hL

Reg. 82.50-NOW 60.00 Reg. 99.95-NOW 72.00 jumped a curb, snapped the pole
@) at its base, aod continued on its

way. Hodge was picked up several
21" AUTOMOVER LAWN BOY blocks about 15 minutes
: 4. away

G4. '" Reg. 119.95 NOW 87.00We later.Damage to Hodge's car was EXTRA LARGE 9 PIECE DINETTE Suites

estimated at $500. He waa placed:
- are not saying that Bradford Building Supplyhas in the Gainesville jail in lieu of b 36 x 60 x 72 Extension' Table And '

We 're Hellt/in'South! the best in tovn.Ve believe our is just as good, posting $500 bond.Exchange -TI 8 Chairs

but that's up to you goad peopte'of Starke and Brad- Student ,, Regularly $109.95

; ford County to say. We invite you all to come in and .

Alabama, Florida, Mississippi, Louisiana, Georgia check our merchandise and prices before you buy. Will Speak To .

here we come and we're eagerly looking forward to I American Legion NOW ONLY951Vit6

it. We've been operating deportment stores m Illinois : _

and Missouri for 51 years now we want to become a Steinar Lorentzen, exchange Trade

part of the fast growing south.In student from Norway, win speakat
the regular meeting of A- ---
( a very few weeks from now, we'll be completely re-'
Phone 964-5291 merican Legion Post 56 at 8 The Above
p. m. Suites Available With Black
decorated a new sign out front and complete NEW or
Tuesday, April 25.
merchandise ALL FIRST QUALITY! You'll find a .
Officers for the Bronzetone Frames
complete line of fine quality ready to wear for everyonein coming year
s and delegates to the State Con- mmii aam m *m m* mmi i m f mi mmi ** mmm* m* *v ***mi *m mmm m
the family. a complete shoe department and a wonderful
vention will be elected at this important FREE DELIVERY FREE DELIVERY"It's
line of top quality furnishings for the home. Best

of all the prices will be downright LOW as low meeting.. All members are
urged to attend, A Fact You Can Do Better At"
as you'll find anyplace! e h
The convention will be held in 1

P. S. In the meantime you can save like crazy by Cocoa, ;May 19-21, and the District DENMARK FURNITURE COMPANY

helping yourself to the present merchandise so ,Constitutional ,Conference

we can bring i in our own. Prices have been, chopped S e Formerly will be held in Ocala. Sunday,

Quicle & Davis April 23. Cars will leave from OF1): : STARKE
to a fraction of their ?original price. ,Hurryin >w ) Seeber Goodman's Service Stationat

A ,
and save! .8:15 a. m..Any member wish- '

ing'to attend Is asked to be at ,
434446 Phone
W. Call St. '9644321
the station by 8:10.:
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p' -" Soil Conservation;. 50. Bass fingerlings per acre.: '! Gator Golfers Say I months oil, Is a nine-hols setup,

Lonnie Harley used the Dis-, ; and the two teams playec1 twice
Farmer's NEWS I Local Green
J r DiaryBy ',' cri( 's fertilizer distributor' to fertilize Tough around. All players said the lay-

, 1 r !!. his permanent pasture. His I out was unusually tough and the
Sam By Bill Haas The University of Fiorila's
McGarvey '
10-10-10 fertilizer and, best 75
.. using' score posted was a by
"J .. I ,. Soil {Conservation: Service 1| team registered its ninth win in
:says that his pastures are doing Martin Vogt.
". 10 matches this season with a .
'I. which: are here for us to 'see and .Several folks have asked about : fine i:;i 19-8 victory over JacKsonville TIIE RIGHT POINT ion the
Suwannee Development mane) at. The Xish ponds., I talked to A. C. Ellis Maurice Edwards, Jr. used the. ,
foods and. fields NAS on the Starke Golf: and way you writ. Come [in and select -
and bays are full of Rowers and Lohnle Crawford Jr. about District's seeder cultipacker to Country Club course Tuesday.The your. favorite ESTERBROOK.

Important To UsA ( shrubs and trees that ca!!" 'oitere their construction and management plant!: some Pensacola Bahia pas-; l local course, only eight 'Fountain. Pen. TELEGRAPH..
til l hours of mystery an? en- the, other day. Flowing ture.Bill M
joyment. We water 13, not .essential for pond Dukes used the District'sgrain
'" Bradford say mystery, because
of potentially vast importance to
meeting I it is fish. In general, the most drill to, plant Hairy Indigo
i a hard job to identify success-
::1 4'.?. and neighboring. counties will be held here Friday. Officials number of things. a ful pans, are' those that receive,In his pecan grove for a summer

of the Suwannee Valley Development Authority will I. only enough.water to maintain a cover crop. "I want to buicl& up all BIG FAMILYONE RTC?

?: meet with County Commissioners. from Bradford, Union, This has been one of the best, There were a lot of fleas at constant level. Farm ponds may the organic material in my soil ..." ,- t .

Columbia, Baker, Clay, Putnam, and Alachua Counties to berry seasons within recent years, farm. Finally' the farmer said a vary widely in size, In accordance'as much as I can," says Bill-

Cd'scuss: the tremendous possibilities for this entire area according to the growers we've iwhile 'he scratched with topography and water sup- : The Distriot's roto-cycle mower
..- of Florida by working together on. a project of this nature. bert talked Norman to. One who exception sail that is Her- to"get-rid of those dogs] "We'ye It dn't.got. ply. Small ponds: of about one to!.was used by Arthur McRae to ,
control the heavy over-growth on
three acres to be ,
are preferred:
.r help so [still
he said
The meeting at this time is of more than usual significance some reason or other< his plants ,"Wife, you and the kids have got: as they are moe easily fished at 'some of his fields. :

.4 since a bill has just been introduced in the Legislature quit bearing back out before he got his to go." They went, and still the the proper rate and easier to control -
money of them.
,: that would allow the State to provide matching funds'Ihe .*. farmer itched and scratched. So Good fishing can be p'oduced AttentionFLORIDA .

put up by the counties for future development, of the Su- We know what he means by he got his family back, got some in fertilized ponds as small as
.... one.-half acre. It is recommended
more dogs, then used
River Valley. four per-
wannee that for our little planting did a :: '
cent malathion duet that ponds: less than one-third
and the fleas
A reader's first reaction might be to ask why Bradford just that and we are getting no Jeft. acre should not >i3 built with the

Coup tY should be concerned; with development of' the Surwahriee ; berries crowns at forming all now., though There,sore some. idea 6f managing: them for fishing Motorists, I
River: since distance of about fifty miles we and if they are not to be fer-
a sepa- hope for a crop in May. i Hear that some of our growers. ,
the'closest bank of this tilized, they should not be less ;
rates our western boundary from # who used plastic l mulch on their

?,1 song-and-story famous stream. A look at any map, however Harold Pierce of Lawtey tells berries, have set pepper out on than an acre in area.. The pond
should be at least 18 inches to 3
-' reveals that what affects the Suwannee affects us, us that Mrs. Pierce did fine with the beds. Farmers are watching feet in depth in the shallow
.",., since Bradford is bordered 6n two sides by streams (New her planting selling some of her this experiment closely, for if it tions and where the pond is supplied ,

', River and Santa Fe River) that empty into the Suwanneenear fruit for the high prices which. pays off it will be a big argument by run off the maximum See--------- The
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came late in the season. favor of using the plastic- ,
h.t..., B, anord., Bradford County; drainage is dependent on *, depth should be at least 10 to 15
these minor, rivers and the larger Suwannee which finally feet. Unfertilized ponds should be '
Incidentally, we have often been Sam used
empties i into the Gulf of Me cico the tractor mower stocked with not more than 500 '
: puzzled by the name of Petesville and got a jump on a lot of dog Bluegill Sunfish fingerlings and BIG

u. If 'the Suwannee is developed, perhaps: eventually the applied to a' section east of DocCarradine's fennel and ;other weeds which 1
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shop on 301. We learn- were off to a fast start. Also,used 'f' I
Santa Fe and K ew Rivers will be also, providing improved II I '
ed from Mr. Pierce that tile area the big mower around the 'yard .
os' and Union Counties well
drainage to Bradford as as navigable :- shoes ROQMS
was named for Pete Tisrlale. ,.a shrubbery, and YOU might know -Jour I ON TRAVELERS
waterways on to the Gulf. The, advantages of such development weil kriown I .
Negro who lived there that while day-dr amiiig, he'cut
stagger the imagination.The years ago. down one of Alice's' iavorite AUTOMOBILE
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history of the Suwannee} River Development} Au I plants;, a Confederate rose. abutcL. you .
It.has stayed cool right on and .
thority back to 1957 when a State Senator from Su i i iI
goes this I V'iR
has been of the coolest ;
one .
wannee County secured approval of {the. Florida Legislaturefor springs that we can remember.There's resultand He is now even in the the dog house occupants.as a I, 1. New LQ' Rat EXCITING E'TWO-BATH %.

.1g. the creation of such a comprised originally of
; group been a lot of wind, that Fiddle and Faddle, will have, nothing 5- v I
counties bordering the river.: did some damage to tobacco and to do with him. "She's stll : ?. Safe Driver. Savings 1 '

The Authority, under the able leadership of J. C. Campof watermelons but fortunately there mad at us," Fiddle said "for dig-' SHOE iAJ ; 3. 'HOM,
was enough rain with it to hold I Local Agent Service
Jasper, has taken its mission seriously and most observers down the damage. ging up a camellia bush' REPAIRS- I,i

agree that encouraging strides have been made in the I $5. -. keeps themiokii See. Priced From $1 J, P.90()
... We thought we'd likt ntWl,
heard of long'fences \
past five years. The introduction of legislation for the Thanks to Mrs. Abe Bessent wp ,
w. State to provide matching funds is the latest and most im now have another variety of mint. Austranatakes', but the one we read,'aboutin Charley E. JohnsAgency i With Monthly Payments Frpm $69.36 To Include $7.50
.. portant of these significant developments. The other kind we have, called by being the longest. It is prife a"! rabbit: COURTSHOE I Escrow. For Taxes" And Insurance, -.
natives Catnip, has taken over
If finances can be worked out, the Authority would 'like in our old barnyard. fence and believe it or not is 1- I i

to hake= a full time executive secretary to carry put the Sbb bout 350 miles long. Another thing a- Buy Now and Select Your Paint;
is that it
}jt is four feet high. REPAIR
programs envisioned by the board. At present! the mem We enjoyed the article this past Apparently, those',rabbits "down '

bership is made' up of business men who find it difficult'I week in the Telegraph on the under" are really jumping Jacks. Phone WO 4.0121 and Tile Floor ColorsA.

to spare the time to follow through on planned programs. "dew flowers" or Ixea caelestina I I 126 N. COURT ST. 131 S. Walnut St. %* "

i Such projects as getting the riyer ,mouth cleared and dredg' [Bartraml. We're going to search h If "nothing bad goes wrong" wet I Starke, Florida I :

ing clear channels' up the ,river will take a long time to be for it on our own farm first and [ should have a big crop on our persimmon E. A. HALL, Owner & Mgr. I Starke, Fla"IUlE5EHTlNii

successfully concluded.! The Authority leaders envision an Starke.then hunt between Lawtey and I tree this year. It is loaded J'J'I .,. ..- ., --, .- THE J. THOM4rR4TOR. $ E205

experimental) dam on the stream to see if others like i it any: we have hopes that again i ;they start blooming. This will insure TRAVELERS HARTFORD< I

would work in impounding the water, and boat ramps and this year, as three-years ago, it I'' you of a better lush of- ; 1J 1 N. Temple 'Tel.. 964-5701
camping spot facilities are also discussed. In these days of hustle and bustle .will be a pretty: sight and furnish blooms. I .

c few take time to really> look at us with plenty of 'simmons for .... _. .. -
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Bradford County Commissioners have several times had wonderful creations of Nature:I i'ourselves< and frier4s..mr n At tIJ

before them the matter of membership in the Suwannee I
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Valley' Development} Authority, but up till now have not | damp sphagnum moss around the 1

availed themselves of this opportunity. The cost 'to the; \i .i Let's: GoGardening ringed area, then wrap the moss-

J county would be moderate when compared with the potential \ le covered section with a piece of II OU
A il
R benefits to be derived. plastic. Aluminum foil and freezer j INS
I I wrapping can also be used, .
The meeting here Friday should go far toward stimu :i,I j4_

lating interest in this movement not only in Bradford, but By Hervey Sharpe ;I com:

in several neighboring counties that, like us, do not border Florida Agricultural Extension i;i i minded, amatuer propagators. .

the Suwannee, but are tied to it by tributaries that drain Service ,{I Trim hedges while the plants _"..., : '
and !!: are still succulent. This will cause!I
our area might
some day provide navigable waterways I
Dollarspots on lawns are not,i{: them to produce better shaped
in a vast network of rivers and streams. This would I'
not only be enjoyed by the home folks, but would have vast t signs of wealth. They usually I I and thicker hedges. Remember to 1 II : nty-wide
mean that a fungus Is educing! : remove enough old wood in early 4- Qt ,
tourist appeal as well, and open up new frontiers for development the value of the lawn to that of flowering hedge plants to keepthe .
along many miles of riverfront. a plugged nickel. shoots coming up from the J .

Keep a wary eye put for this ground. New shoot 'type can be .
Simple Solution? springtime disease. It ravages all pinched to make them branch and- .
lawn grasses, but is partial to ber- form a fuU-b died hedge.

muda and zoysia. There are a'bountiful number of r .
II A county official received an interesting letter the other
As kills flower "
implied the fungus seed you can sow now.
day from a member of the fair shows ,
sex. It that the girls .
grass in patches the size of a sil They include amaranthus, aster PlanningMeeting'
: are doing some independent thinking of their ownwhichis ver dollar. At first the spots of balsam, calliopsis, carnation' celosia -

as it should be. More power to them! turf wilt and perhaps turn darkbefore chrysanthemum, coleus, cosmos :
The letter asked why so much fuss over the courthouse bleaching -out to,...a straw cynoglossum, cypress vine,

+ space problem when it could so simply .be solved. Just close blonde. dahlia, four-o-clock, geranium, ,. -- -

the east entrance to the courthouse, change the door to thesheriff's Aside from measuring the spots' hyacinthbean', linaria marigold
for size with\ a souvenir dollar. moonflower, ,
I petunia periwinkle,
I office so that it could be entered from the front
check for dollarspot just after ricinus": strawXlower, tithonia,
-: hall i instead of the east hall, and use the space now in the
sunrise. With the aid of the>lpw thumbergfe, verbena and zinnia..
11 I east hall for enlargement of the county} j judge's_ offices. angle glint of old Sol ypj'll discover r /lotiserBea !

'"* A solution so simple must have bugs" in it, of course, a white cobweb-like moldbinding Ifxthg ]rain of stooping J Is preventing -

I' and we will probably hear promptly and in no uncertain together' blades of B vols; ;. the planting of spring

terms just what the disadvantages would be. It is true that The :'mold disappears' :when the, flowers, then consider a ,raised

the east entrance to the courthouse is probably the most! dew dries. Ujb I er,,.bed. Such a bd: around! a
used of all To cure a mild disease of, 'I tree offers possibilities.
and the front entrance would require most people '
dollarspot, give the grass a generous -j Construct an inner wall and an
i entering or leaving the building to take a few extrasteps. shot of nitrate of soda. But,be j i I ou.iir.masonry wall to contain: the TO COMPLETE THE ORGANIZATION AND OUTLINE
(Might do 'em However
t., good.) the west entrance is I sure of the ailment, because nitro-' ( laed.: Build the inner wall, fairly .
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used very little (except for officials going across the street j gen adds to the misery of some j I close to the circumference' lf the (Y 'Y

for (Cokes) and closing it off might give some additional diseases. i,,tree- allowing ample space for

courthouse space with very liftle inconvenience to anyone. For safer control, University of> | tree ST wui.- 'Distance between

We're not endorsing any of these ideas-so hold your'.Florida turf men say use a 1&Rfungicide ll I walls} and height pf the ,wall 'depend ;PROCEDURE OF OUR. CAMPAIGN FOR THE COMING

1 fiteVe're! simply saying it's a good thing to see that the containing caami .:, ,on the size- of -the..bed.-,.de,
Apply the material sired.B.e.
as a sp.ay.us
public is beginning to take an interest in this problem and 'I '
its solution. lug only a 'halt ounce per1,000 sure that the soil pumped
square. feet of lawn, A, j jar.'attachment into the newly constructed bed Is
=:, In our opinion, we still'need a long range planning program on' a garden hose is ah ideal rich in organic matter, but
_= for .a new! .courthouse! in a, new location. Not to be way to drench, the disease frosp> <&seeds and r# n pdes. -Before .

.-.. built next month, or even next year-but' certainly a goal the lawn.- planting, it would be a.good 'r .'. .

we should work toward. Taking in hall space and other Activities idea to fumigate the soil There .. \-0. Jo ... .. I., '
make-shift Now is a good season to Initiatean are several chemicals available. for
arrangements might provide relief 1
but will not be a satisfactory, permanent solution. ,1 air-layering l project this ,ancient the job. 't SPONSORED;) BY :_ :,
Chinese method of propagation It's not tqo ,lat to plant ;ladiili. ,, '
is fine for shrubs and trees will wittva .
They reward
you show '
Hail To The. Qc err that are lazy in taking root. Car- of color ]in about, $0- to 90 days' . :Bradford County Christian Action AS '. .
... .. ., lssa. ,lycheeor guava are examples!I after they get settled in the t- warm $ :

.. THe old-fashioned rocking 'chair lrecently. discovered in i Tlje} operation is simple. Remove!earth. If planted! now.. be sure! ;to _

_:w President Kennedy's' office (with the President ,in it) is a half-inch ring.of bark near th eiput I i the glads,where they; will get -.. ,.. ;; .. ...... ".'J_ '"

not 'Ore of the antiques with which ,the beauteous. First; .base_ of a twig. ., tie a'u _handful- of';light, .and. .broken. shads' when.

La. y hopes_ -IQ-refurnish the_ White :House._ ,_. < J. SUNDAY AFTERNOON

.It is a.-plain, old porch-type rocker to which Mrs. Kennedy THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.. APRIL ,2.3. 3:00.MFIRST :

; has given: a decorator's touch, with a specially made ESTABLISHED 1879

foam,-rubber: cushion and arm coverings. Flora's! oldest klyFLOR" .

The President's J rocker has the complete endorsementof Newspaper: Published Con-

his.personal physician, Dr. Janet G. Travell, who is' somewhat I E-SS, ,0 __ tlndouslj' Un&r The ,Same METHODIST CM.tiICR

of, a posture expert and believes that a person should Masthead

purchase'a *chair that fits him right, just as_ carefully!! as he AS.S O .T E. ,L. MATTHEW .

buyg a Bait.Besides. ," .: .' Editor_ and. Owner" WALNUT at ,JEFFERSON J STS. ,
-- rocking is good for the nerves (ask Grandma) .: '

-= .- and maybe that's what ails the world} today:' there just SUBSCRIPTION 'RATESIN c. ." f;'!"- .. ,,""..-1'),,:.. ", ..'_!,...,.'
-. enough chairs TRADE AREA QUTSIDE TRADE,AREA. 'STARKYE >1" i., ::; --
:;f aren't rocking around. Somehow we,feel that flfI-! -- .' ,
S.. ,if Khnishchev, Mao, and'Castro had old porch rockers in ONE YEAH .. 3.00 ONE .YEAR J .so.' '- :: -;;-
SIX MONTHS 1.79 | x.oo .
=. their'offices and would give them a good workout every :THREE MONTHS I.OO TH t E'--"ONTHS. 1.25 we .

= nq *an 4..t hen, ,theworld: : would be a better, and safer, placeJn'whlch Published.Each Thursday and,Entered,as, Second Glass Matterat Need YouPLEA8E$ MEET WITH .
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STATE FARM : )*1( last Sa ariay.i .

Trackmen Win Starke Loses 2nd Game i; i;i; Air. and Mrs.,Lyls Buck III and
; By Mrs. O. E. Crosby
lit i iMrs. baby! daughter of Ja;: :sonrthe

j! &&& .&..&....&..uA : spent the weekend with Mrs.
Of Season to Blue \\fyave i Buck's ,parents, Mr and Mrs. H.
:: In DeLand Meet } :3t 1 .. r J. '. P. S. ,Crews; entered Lake M. Ricbarde.
: I. tore1: hospital in Lake City Mon:
Mr. and Mrs. Milo
I l Bradford High basefaallers went and and came hame on an- I Selgier recently -

t i down to defeat for the second oier; single by Lane Clark. The day.Ind.She ,will'Wldergo surgery visited her father, Bryan;

'( t. Ealund: by three points with 880-yaid: relays and also ran a (I time in 11 games 12-3: "'Tuesday: i locals also scored two runs, in the. >f luck.we all wish for her the best!;; WWtfieJd, who is a patient in a

I' only Le; pole yault'nd mile 1e2 20 leg on the second place mile- t( but soundly trouiuei: Green Cove t!; fifth when catcher Marty Starling: 'Mr. !j j Gainesville hospital
lay left Starke'S powerful, and determined medley relay team. 10-2 la3t'Fr1ttly; to came out even singled. John. DeVore, drove him 1 and Mrs. Lewis Marton and' A large crowd from here attend-

I trackmen tallied 142 Starke's 440-yard relay team, icr their week's work. in with a triple aId then scored :daughter' Donna, and Mr. and I j ('j the Music Training'Goaference
points in the two final events r E. Crosby were visiting hi'; at the
t to (composed of Charles MeLeod, The Blue Wave banged out himself on a fly ball to center by Jacksonville First Baptist Church in
I win the Stetson-Mainland Relays Ton/io: hits Clark. Sunday. Raifor3 Thursday night of last
Smith John Reddish, and eight Tuesday againl three
Mr. and
from defending meet champions N Mrs. Frank Cahoon week. Mrs.R. A. Green had charge
Cottle finished third and was WU'ke hurlers while giving up Tornado_ Victory
Gainesville High. School in D*- mnounce the arrival of a daughter !jof the
(clocked in 46 Coach Chailes Francis' nine program. Plans wee Made
at seconds even ."nry our aieues to the usual I Julie
land Beth on April 15. Mrs.
I. just one tenth of a second back naid hiding iomaao nine. \t stopped Green Cove 10.2: lat Friday -i ahoon; is the for a united choir which viill sing

The Tornadoes placed all three daughter of
of its pole vaulters tor 8>2 points: larks]! who tied for first with 'four extra base knocks. Mr. and Mrs. I Sorry, folks-news is short this
Tornadoes in ,
r a pe iou3 contest ?ete Harrell.Mlss'Cheryl 1.
in that event and took third place i identical time' of 45.9 seconds. wail ;, Marty Crosby vent the distance week. Just didn't' have time to
lore '
: town tne lenoe: lour
In the mile relay for'an additional A slower than 'the Tornadoes giving Shealey was confined contact many PEOp le. If anypMI
usual Tornado runs in a big fifth, inning, then !|I for up,f1\. to Bradford '
6 points while ellS went score- ; ,fanning Countp Hospital I has any church civic, or personal
880-yard relay combination of Me hits, while 'three and l11
added two more in each of the following for observation
less in both events. : last week.
locals: trieas
The news.. call ..
]Lend Hallie I walking three to gain the
Seymour Smith and iratuco. victory. --- -
finished with a.total of 61 points; (Cottle still placed: second Saturday Jt:t I I'I I I Starke scored four runs in the : WCTU Notice
to Gainesville.:.High's 491-2 second Bill Jackson started the game i I I
with a time of 1:35.8, four tenths II first on a walk to DeVore a dou- Recent BirthMr.
place effort. Winter Palk II I{ for Starke butt lasted. on'j' w.Al' '
was ble '
: place : by singles by !. The WCTU will meet at 3 p.: ;
j ani: one third Innings giving m.
third way
with 48\'z. while Palatka ,
:Edgewater team clocked at 1:35.4 ;' Clad Crosby, atl Dewey MoKin- .
U. to Marty Crosby aJier giving up Friday: : April ,1. in the cnapel of :, and Mrs. C. L- Cooper announce
took fourth '
'place with .
f 34& it new meet record. The same four ney. and a triple by Emory .
Junior Hallie Seymour; demonstrates hi.inning form with a three hits and nine walks. Crosby Gospel Tabernacle. Friends '; the birth of a son: Charles -
Although Palatka's flashy Tornadoes have covered the half of motion Eunice. ; | are invited to .join with memilersat j Lindsey HI. on April 12 in the
flurry as he seemingly perches atop the cross-bar 5-9 took over in the fifth'wth the' I
Fritchy Smith won the vault! :mile this in ( \' .
pole year 1:33.9, a time ] --The Tornadoes then .adled two 'the Vanderbilt University llospUal
r : meeting. ,
inches from the ground. The bar tOPfled down bases loaded:: and'promptiy: gave 1 j
e with a second after this
a of 13 which i
.. leap feet a newmeet would easily have won 1 tallies in the second, fifth and Nashville Tenn. Mrs.. Cooper will
record. Starke's Ih\"in Martin -- Saturday. photo was taken but Seymour made it on l II!s second try and went up a triple to the first batter he sixth innings, in the; process of SOUTHSIDE CHURCH OF | be remembered here as Miss Miry

and Lynwood Walters tied for Darby Dugger, Seymour and on to win the e"entith a leap of 5-10. He has jumped 6-2 S-4 faced to c1e f'the'; bases. which DeVore added f a double and CHRIST Rivers Stubbins, formerly::. of

second with indentical of 12 Cottle also this season.Speedster. Starke scored in the ,
jumps brought the Tornadoes -II one run triple barely-missing; a home run 3 Mi. S. on 301. ; Starke.

J feet. William Silcox also had a tie to a second place finish i in third on a single by shortstop on the latter when ,he was out at Sunday Bible Classes 10 a.I I

for fourth 'place with a leap of the mile-medley relay in one of I Woody Strickland who stole sec- the plate by inches. m.; Assembly: Worship with 'the ;I NOTICE OF INTENTION TO

I 11& feet.Walters. the most exciting races of the I ,j Lord's Supper. 11 a. m.; Evening : ] a sophomore of whom day.; Starke and Winter Park haidentical d i I Notice Is hereby given that .the
Assembly Worship 6:30: p. m. \ undersigned, coder the provisions[
great things are expected in the times! of 3:49.4: in the'I.' Wednesday Bible Classes, ;; of Chapter 2O-! Law of Florida,

next two years, ,cleared 12 feet wee: which ended in a dead heat 7:30: p. m.BOATDRAIX. ; Acts of 1941. will register with the
for the first time in his career I and a collapse at the finish line I r t Clerk of the Circuit Court In and

Saturday. He also broad jumped by Dugger and the Winter Park i 1: for Bradford County upon proof pf
j tI BAPTIST CHURCH publication of this notice the fUtltlous -
20-6 to- take third place at the i! anchor man.Although I I t, name of WELLS ELElTJUC:

I I meet, but the effort set a new' both teams were l ; 4 Sunday School 10 a. m 'Mornng S1IjCtt'E, under Which 1 am eAgaged -
In .
business at 74* N' Thompson -
Bradford High School record by in with the same time, the '" Worship. 11 'a. m. Training!jInion. St. trke. Fla. -

i more than four inches. The old man in orange was ruled to have 6:30 p, m. Event *.r. 'Vor- 'i t M C. Wellfc. 7t2. ::. Thompson

record was set in 1955 and stood c-ossed the finish line first, a.. ; S_ rn r ihip, 7:30: p. m. :beet t. Starke. Florida bole owhei

'. at 20-2 1-4. I shad ahead of Dugger. The plucky ,s <- ,_ I Prayer |' Dated this. Mth:! 4a01 Man-fa A
Wherein have showers there' wno this. Meeting Wednesday, D. 1961 aT Starke, Bradford County
: .. we April real Do not buy
i little Tornado may have lost r :.t',"' ,. 1:30
The third mile I : m.
place p.
relay team "
1sT .' wf ".' and the songs of the nesting rob more than you can for. 'Be I
the : .
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race he '
>ec3ltse '
with mistakenly| "". f
i its vital six ..< Pastor Rev. Barney Sweat.Everyone .
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points was iOTI1 -i7
'r '' I ins. We bury darling baby, and honest, be truthful. My good Don, :
thought: he had crossed! the finish \.r... ." ':- :_';'' ,. :;'j. a
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of 1"- t--;: :"' welcome.
'I Billy Dowling, Char line when '" :: : :;; t" : I the tulips bud to bloom. almost, in tears, said "She lied tome. ;l
les he entered the baton : : I Ir& :\ <1 OF
MeLeod Richard : iNTRVTIOX 1O
t Mike Dai byho turned Dugger a time' oxrhanft: zone 10 yards before 1 '1Ii".!IIIJ :I1Iifr .; 1 O robin, robin singing in the rain ." Have you ever oeen lied to T COSTAL HOLINESS REGISTER FICTITIOUS! AAHKi
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th<' finish. f ;,' : 'I While black clouds lower above when you trusted and loaned i Notice is hereby given that the
of 3:42.: A meet .1 CHURCH
new record
Bradford's your bower! money to some one just to be undersigned, under the pro\l loni of
3:34.5: was established ,n that! tumor superb high jumper Marion Cottle brings home the Bradford baton in front Pouring forth your strain of hope kind? I have and it hurts and Sunday School. 10 a. m.; Morn-i'AUs.Chapter :30,953.;; Law of Florida,
Hallie of
Seymour also came 1941. will register with the
I event by the winning Winter Park; through for the Tornadoes Saturdiy in the Tornadoe's heat of the 440 yard relay in DeLand Saturday. I and cheer hurts when they do not pay. ing Worship 11 a. m. Evange-l: Clark of the Circuit Court, In and\
team, a time which Starke has ,I and I was in the basement listic services, 7:30: p. m. I| for Bradford County, upon proof Qt
Though While dull drear washing
\ : with a leap of 5-10 to win they won their heat, the Starke team placed second with a publication o thin notice, the Fictitious

,I equaled at a .previous meet this i I n Hue ribbon. Another Starke, time of 46 seconds, one tenth of a second behind the winning team. j I| The are skies bend above your when the telephone- bell on the "Come let us reason to ether." ; name of Band G Tnc(' STOP,

season lumper, senior Charles odd! soaring flight; onside of the house rang. I ran under which I am engaged in bu';'
McLe i I ness! at Ht. 2 Box: 219-A. Starke,
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Besides Walters Coach Dave; took first place. phenominal 14.8. senior miler Lee Cogdill broughtSophomore Come bring come bring to us up the flight of steps to the first CHRISTlACHURCII Florida.

I Hurst also praised the efforts of: Seymour, who also runs, the, Freeman Register Starke to a third place finish lJe.\j l. your spring floor to answer the telephone. Ii Carl Clarke. Minister I ISU1"DAY Harry r. (Frank) Broadway p

S seniors Marion Cottle aid sam 1 high hurdles, got a bad break in qualified for the finals in 100 yard I hind the 9:12.: time .of the'win-,j Of joyous hopefulness and sure was our family doctor. He said SERVICES I 40.wner.Box>> ill, Starke. Flmida. sole

i J Gardner. Setting a new meet record that event and didn't get to enter -, d'shith a time of 10.8, but ras ning Gainesville High team. elieht. "There: is a baby dead ind two 10:00: a. m. Bible School I Dated thi!' 14th day of M;,n-h; A.

of 149-8 3-+ to win a lust in 1 the finals even though his out of the money when he get a 'jl This Saturday the Tornadoes Com teach our .human hearts, women are bringing it over." I I!. 11:00: a.. m. Worship and Com : P. Wl! at SiarWe. Bradford County,

I the discus, Gardner, also placed' time in the preliminaries was good I bad start and a foot injury rewill! be host team at the Keystone your lack of fear S hun? up and hastened to th 0.!. munion.. i I Florida .18OTICKOF

third in the shot I.ut'ith a toss i I: enough to have placed. SeymourI i curred. Like Seymour his preliminary : Conference meet.at the University From day to day thought skies front door and theie stood one;: 7:::30 p. m. Evening. Warship. ..-- ,

of 49-8 behind a record heave of1 \\ entered in of Florida track. Stacks is''heavily be holding the baby and the other I.
57-9 I a fast heat in the time was also good : grey; .I \ l\PIll DKMMHK.NT: Tl>KIBI.K
by Seabreeze's big Roger; preliminaries, Timing: in thir tl I to have ;;' ] favored to win the conference,' Your happy trust that some woman weeping. I opened: the : 1'RI$OS.\L l'1I0PIR1'T.t"4: '
enough placed In the
Orrell. |j with only the first two men i in finals. and is also a threat for the-Class' where near, I door and took the little boy in my]j''I -\a provided by Chapter 20723:! Acts of 1941 Notice'!? hereby given

Cattle was.. lauded for hs: finerunningf > j I each heat qualifying for the finals. ,; A state champ.onship. Starke has Just out of sight. the sun's bright l arms, He was big for 'a year old.:]: that tangible personal property taxes as!>esK.">d for the year I960 are
ef prison ptutee .I 't In.the only other team I I the ... whose now delinquent and beginning April 1st su h taxes are drawing interest
( relays:' He ..had a very 'respe t'abbPieI: effort won < state, championship i --light ; I ask > t baby;it; was, and ;( of one per cent per ,month plus the proportionate cost of publishing this
The speedster anchored' the third'' Ijminary time of 15.8 seconds but i the two-mile alternating relay : track once before in 1955 under Doth wait to break, and make the found these om'en were neighbors -j I notice.:fnleSs the amounts set opposite each name below are paid be-
I place 440-yard and- second plac J) John Henry Smith of GHS had aI freshman Lenard Dugger and Coach James C. Hobbs. !i iI the world anew; .. I took: the baby to the operation 'I I i j ing fore levy the 15th upon day the seizure,of 19fil the warrants tangible will personal be Issued property tuereondirect of the! tax>

:_ __ -- j I, Doth: wait to 11.",(uie rains rift room and then called the' !payers j for unpaid taxes, penalties! and additional costs. The name of

I -- Methodist Church Primary Department, 3:30: p. m.' !! The lowering 'clouds aud show farmhouse where Dan was to der'delinquent-' ing the personal cost of advertising property taxpayers and the first and month's the amounts of taxes In-
I penalty aretto
iT" L I Prayer Meeting and Bible Study, I!; heaven shining .throu h. liver'g s. I told Be::.!; when he arrived ;I lows( 5i : ; fol:

i ().f Extra Cod I Schedule for week of April 23: ; 7:30: p. m. i i[ -Nora Perry. t to huiry home( a baby: was Ace Ulectric Co. 62.801 I Earl R. Moench
iiii1 One Quart Sunday Church Sohcol, 9:45a : : Thursday Prayer *Group in Yesterday it drizzled: all day I dead. I went back down and un- Azalea Robert II. Arn 655 j James E. Moseljr egg
I F \\lib Each Ladies Bible classroom and the robins sang and carried dressed and bashed t the baby and Motel 62.SO i James f;. Moseiey 11.81
I R E E m. Morning Worship, 11 a. m- : 9:30: a. m. I Eel Air Motel 4:0;; I Kenneth Norman 8.55:

or Gallon Snack Supper for MYF, 6 p. m. Chancel Choir rehearsal, 7:30: p. mud and sticks. I think* they wereso covered it with a sheet. 1 heard, |i Char n. D.{ Bennett W. Bias 17.53 J. T. Pollard 21.14
One you buy. happy it rained for they stick I my washing machine washing a 11.0! Herbert Pre-cot Service Sta. 10.71
Youth Meetings: 6:30: p. m. Youth m, a-I''James W. Brasler U.l1j r.). D Pevatt
I Prices[ Start Choir rehearsal, 7 p. m. Evening I their nest together with mud. and I way so I,went back to mv wash-: : w Bright, Jr. 8.63 Radio Starke Inc 104.44 23.30
at $2
: qt. 55.98 GaL Worship 7:30: p. m. Revival services II I Presbyterian Church seal it to, a. high hanging bough. ing. Soon Don was home. He took;'i, Sam Milton{ Erown D. Carter 12.0 12,fO !K.Kiveniew I>. Reddish ; 43.21

continue through Sunday I It had been rather dry and I care of the baby while I tinished'! n!. O. Caufman lU 7 I EnterprisesMarvin :21.1115U8:

MARY CARTER PAINT STORE I night April 23. II I Barry D. Van Deventer, Minister know they, must have had a timefinding my washing and hung it on the !i; Marcus cor.a. Cohen Conant 4.47 4.47 Hay A. Salazar Poster 19.11

Tuesday Cub Scout pack I. 390 N. Cherry St. mud.. So I tell the poet line. Later I dressed and put it II Credit Bureau of Starke 21.14 Glen It. Sanders 8,i5

501 N.W. 8th Ave. Gainesville, Fla. FR 6-7588 meeting in Fellowship Hall 7:30: 1 I J that I love a rainy day, tot there in the little casket that Don Daymen Dell Barber: Shop: 6.97 G.Key W.M.Sapp Sargent 1286

t .. ,. -- m. j Thursday Choir Practice are always things Isave up for a bought in Sioux City. Now he !is Kl-Rancho Farm Home Motel&,Auto 399.43 78.63 William S. Saunders 11.1.3';'
p Supply
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Jobn W.
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-- -- .- Wednesday Story Hour for,'p.m. rainy day and: I sing as it rains buried. So our lives go- sadness. Florida Sunwear: Mfg. Co. 208.11 Rudolph Sink igo.47

Saturday Junior Recreation,f and heaven shines through her a yet 1-am so happy to be o! use in Jarrell WiHlam Gay 12. Gault 8 8.63.i5 Truby Slade 4471S.

4 p.m. ion earth. This is April and we thIs' world. Uuann Plumbing Co. S63.S5 Dennis II. Smith 3
Sunday Sunday School 9:45 I need the showers. We have Ernest Green 4. South Eastern Tank Service 42.16
: escaped SCALLOPED CHICKEN. Cooke Ancll W. Griffis 4.47 W. C. Stalnaker 1180
What a. m. Morning Worship 11 a. m. the snow so far you chicken [about 4 lb] until the Clam A. GriffisDolph 697 Starke Re-Cap Co. 83.83

t Junior Choir 5 p. m. Evening been reading about. The western, ,I meat falls from: >the bones. Cut LUther Gritfis Griffis 21.14 A.Starke J. Strickland Shoe Repair tOoit 13.79

Vespers 6 p. m. Youth Fellow i part. of the state, is, higher alti I meat up in chunks cutting Crosse t Ronald Griffis Rest 41.J8 18.U E. E. Tanner : US

ship, 7 p. m. I rude. and they get the snow in th wise. Measure broth and add water Jack. Hall 6J7 Tanner Service Station, u.nWJUi.m
; H. Hall. Jr. 13.11 Aaron T. Taylor 118012.SO
REVIVAL Tuesday Young Communicant's ranch county. to make 4 cups Add a chunk of George Alvin Harvey 7.80 John L. Taylor

Class 3:30: r\ m. Sunday we buried a year old butter if chicken is not fat. When Dare Hmdu on' 21.14 Wilfred G. Teske ::'10
Clyde Mersey 14.88 W L. Thlgppn, 11.80
CHURCH OF GOD baby boy. He was beautif as an broth is cool add 3 beaten. eggs. John Hofer 16.97 Colon Thomas '.61
When. angel. His little lips were ''ike rose Take 6 slices of bakers bread and Truman M. Huffman Et Al 4.35 D. 1... Thomas n U
J. k, J. Building Herb Thomas 1 .47
i Supplies 394 01
buds. He had in the cut
Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn everything in cubes. Stir., bread broth and Altameafie Johnson 13." Herb Thomas Drtve-Inn 62.SO316J
ing Worship 11 a. m. ..5undayEvening book wrong with bun. His healiwas gs.into. the cut up ,chicken.'1 A. R. Johnson fc; Bon Grocery 104.4 J. W. Thomas *. un

Service, 7:45: p. m.. YPE bad he had some kind of. Grease a glass pan 8x15 and pour t'Shirley Johnson' 8.63 Tiney's Service St. --'
(Sun thru Fri.) William C. Johnson 4.47 Roy tt. Anna TomUnol4.47
APRIL 23.. 28 Service Wednesday 7:45: p. m. : spells like eplep ,Ics, his kidneys in your chicken mixture. Add salt Clifford Kelly 21.H Try-Me Cafe *"- I.<:

.Prayer Meeting Friday, 7:45: p. were bad:(. and they think he had to taste good. Crumb 'up cornflakes ,' Floyd King M1 Bruce CafeRobert Tyson t.::
m'j 42.ll Unity
Lamorees-Trick Stop 8.63
lukemia. His parents both drink and sprinkle in Bake
: top. William Lane 1.13 Voaheea .: 12.80
Where t pretty heavy and I figure this f is I in 325 degree/ .oven about'.an .hour.I James 54. Lee' 447 Cranford Warren 21.11
the result. He is a little angel now.we ,I i, Maeli Leonard .n WJiatARurgerTheron 11487
Selves: .12. This ..k. a good ulsh to,Ovid G. Levis 21.14 D. Whidden. Sr. r.n

S cN'g t9 know. I have watched his take,to. a church dinner., .'G. L. ,Lovell. '.U I L. M. Wild '.:,s
mother grow up and havt loved I j James L. McCorrfick 10.71 Madie WiHUms< !.!7
MADISON 81. BAPTIST CHURCH HELPFUL HINTS. ,When silver 'C. H. McDouRle Earbcr Shop 1.43 Ralph Wise. 1%: '
her so. I have been grieved at reports gets dull rub with a piece of potato M. O. McMllliaa' n.9S Edward Yancey r.n
but have never erased to soda. Tired 1). F. McKe 883: J R. 1 dipped in. feet Martineau
Margaret 3842 TAX
((900 BLOCK WEST MADISON ST.) love her. At Christmas time she soaked in vinegar water will feel KafT R. Mo ncfr 1'.113 t Bradford OOLLECTOR.County, Florida.
came into the'store and wanted a 0 I' .
bebt r.,L Use a,ascouring powder toj I .
Who. smoke stand on credit. She would
e v clean coffee 'stains. from eupa. *
I pay Saturday: My dear, good j
,WHOOPEE! I have been.invited,
:::: Don remembering her' still as the, l
The fast, dean Sunday to a shower at the'
: TI over
r DR. JAMES L SOUTHERLA { sweet little girl we knew, let her -
:i way to paste...,, have it. Of, course she never Church acfoSi the.>;tt eet. Another t I
I pat boy an4 girl I have '
and after that walked h e watched,grow
; on v .
r' i ; i iM t TOOT AHDIH DOW other' side of' the street: We cannot up and, I .love both of thenv' I

EvangelistPresident I No leata do wrong but someone suffers have my present an).ready wrapped ::; /: r nn r 0I5 MILK
measaev r
;{ When
I! mothers out pretty. Sunday comes,t
Tq you young
fmqsupordrietout.Economical *
if we,have, a funeral r wit get
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Baptist Bible Institute I.too,.,, ,
s Al 07 present over to them. |
y ; S O, Joflr April here at last I'
: : Graceville, Fla. \ exactly where it it fot

f I ended without' 1)5C.C666i With ton 'and, wind and rain; t gal.92cIc

t. watt Absolutelynontoxie.Over She wears a gauzy dress of green,
9 I I t 5,000, She 'wears 'a misty train. zR

r put dot without So kts's be happy when she sends! '
Leff nag. ..Dries m
t econda...Robs off I Her showers 'unawares
$ DR. LYNN BARTLOW tuiJy,cleajy. Just
Sht.lcUk: wash away fOUl, cares,

1601 JOfeScrapboobtadFfeotoAV YOU BUY THE' BEST' Goo ..bfe.to: now and God bless : EggsBread

Song Leader ,o,,.... lADE W1 WHEN YOU BUY you.'' everyone. ;., I
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/ 'LOVE M'
I = turns! .PlCkqes IJI'Gill Westinghouser j MHo Plmatjablt Cottage Cheese

i Professor of Music, Baptist Bible Institute, I j *CT':t I Wrappila SdIoaI ftHMHf : i And you hart fa ogrtt.IhotmiHiMafocd .

DR. SOUTHERLAND ,*" -** t f YfS ffl Covers Arts adCriftjSPEQAL I Appliances &, TV \t The. Tabernacle: 1( Orange Juicet

Graceville Fla. I : AtNorth
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ti ,, OF Florida who 'were attending;va' church Y
Everyone is Invited to Share '. : -, .
y" Paste Pen j .:.S x nply 1 meeting in .Auburndale.- Tabernacle -'

: FREE ,.. ,services tot.weekvwere: % in- 4

-- Through Singing and Messages -- I. PHONEWO.- 42113 charge of: Barney E. McRae. In*
tere&dig studies
f1oRn Uu Book
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224 N. Ave.
". i.'j Bradford County. 'Templef: II r ot'Isfda were presented.
In these Services!- ,.
Gospel _.. Starke, Flas. l The annual Feifcrsiip meeting mmiff
+w.e I ara
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fTELEGRAPH "You Can Be Sure- I wilt beheld Friday night, April .*H Xji$" : a+
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OCT Kathleen Montieth tor Will Shawver said 1 <" $12.5O: D. Bennett. :your written answer or defenses to
Members Mayor's Court; I 'Henry Mo36r Fulcher running Precinct At. S NORTH STARKU the i-oiuplaint in said ra.us in theoffice I W. C. T. --I O. L. [Abe) Abercrombie will] Clerk: Charles Hardy: Inspectors;' of the undersigned Clerk of

I Of Ft. Lauderdale_ succeed 'Frpd Snell as president,I i I f red light forfeited bond of $12.50. Ella Mae Chastain Juanita 3!. Hardy the Circuit Court at Starke Florida "ALCOHOLISM AN INDICATION
Host Employers : Seventeen cases came before]j t 'J ; Doris E. Xorman. Myrtice" K I"n or ('(-ore tne 16th day of May,
I C. Warren Jr.
first Marion Har disorderly
; Dies Monday vice-president Dennis. Elizabeth T. Shaller and 1>. fl*61. and to serve- ropy OF A DISEASED SOCIETY
I rington; second vice-president. i Mayor W. T. ( ll1O') Jackson in i conduct by resisting anest, clisi !- Margaret T. Biankenship. thereof on Theron A. Yawn Jr.. -RATHER THAN A DL EASE."
At Breakfast Mayor's Court Tilonflay morning.: Precinct X-u. 3 SOUTH' STARKU ,plaintiffs>> attorney, wlie addressis !
-- I 1, :Mrs.: Kathleen Alvarez Monteith. Harold Davis; secretary, Randall j public intoxication i orderly conduct by profane lan- Clerk: L. M, Gaines; Inspectors: : P. O. Drawer 7J1, Clarke, Florida -j [DR. A. L. RUPRECHT IN NA-
'Bloom F. Peebles -
Members of the 61, of Ft. Lauderdale died at her Chitty; treasurer Harold Beasley j guage, and disorderly .conduct Blanche Cooper Vaughan Jo Ella on or before said date. as required TIONAL VOICE."
Bradford High fined $27.50 or sentenced ;! by fighting fined $27.50 or restricted Hardy, Edward W. Coolberth and by the Laws of Florida and the ii-
home there Monday morning'as and directors, Boi; Williams and
School DCT Club were bests at to five days in jaiL Kate H. Strath. Florida Rules of Civil Procedure.
their annual Employee-Employer the result of a heart attack. She I Harry Green. to, 'home after 7 p. m. Precinct Xa. 4- Git \IIAM: If. you fail to do so, a decree pro ; NOTICE
Ben Green Jr. Negro, public each 'nfe.-* night for you
Breakfast at the was born April 3. 1900 in Starke. The new officers will be instaled except Tuesdays Clerk: Clarence J. Frazier: Inspectors -
Camp Blandlng for the relief demanded in the com
: Mattie H. D. Barnes
intoxication fined $27.50 pr sen- 15 days "on each count. Davis i TO WHOM
the of the late
daughter Joseph
Officers Club Wednesday morn- at a formal initiation banquetin and Julia T. Oriffia.Prrrlnrt plaint.

j ing.: Around 75 students. employers M. and Lucia Sharpe Alvarez. June Shawver said. tenced to five days in JaiL ____ _I Xo. IIAMPTOX This each notice week shall for four he consecutive publishedonce : IT MAY CONCERN
Williams Jr. Negro Clerk: \Vm. .H. Maxwell: Inspectors -
and school officials Mrs. Monteith was the managerof at Cherlie i-oPv. in the Bradford County Telegraph. -!
enjoyed In other business the meetIng : Neta V. Johnson. Gordon P. '
this event. a drug store in Ft. Lauderdale the Jaycees discussed their public intoxication fined $27.50or NOTICE OF INTENTION TO Wadsworth Sr., and IlUL F. Knight. ANYONE WISHING TO

where she had lived for the past 'Breakfast was served on the community improvement project. Wells disorderly Notice is hweby given that the Clerk: John E. Hammond; Inspectors said Court at Starke Bradford I CONTACT
five years. She was a member of James Bryan Jean B. Darby. Homer J. County. Florida this 18th day of
terrace at the club overlooking Shawver said that reaction to the I undersigned under the provisions of ; I CROSBY MAY\ DO SO
the Episcopal Phurch. conduct fined $27.50 or sentencedto Chapter Prinfion and Elsie B. Gnann. April, A' D. 1961. .
20.953, Laws of Florida
Kingsley Lake. at 7:45.: Charles questlonaires sent out by the Jay- Protect Xo. T-XE\V RIVER (CFRCUIT COURT: SEAL) I
five in JaiLJames Acts of 1.941 will register with the '
Surviving are her husband D. Clerk: Frank L. Tomlinson: Inspectors CHARLES A. DARPY. Clerk of THROUGH THE MASONIC
cees has been rather far.
Sawyer of Blade Gas Co., a DCT poor so Clerk of the Circuit Court. ia and
Bryan Wells improper : ,Mana Lucille Wiggins, Le- the Circuit Court of Bradford
A. Monteith of Ft. Lauderdale: a for
ftoployer, made the principal address :. daughter. Mrs. G. J. McGriff Jr. He requested that the forms be passing fined $6.50 or sentencedto publication Bradford of County this notice, upon the proof ficti-of ola Dukes and Roy V. Turner. County. Florida. j LODGE 1111, EL PASO,

commending the students : returned to the Jaycees as soon as tious name of GLAMO-REK HAIRSTYLIST Precinct Xo. BROOKER By: Marian L. Crosby
who. he had of Starke; and two sons. Joe Mon- is convenient. five days in Jail. under which we are en- Clerk: O. C. Kelly; Inspectors: Deputy Clerk I i TEXAS
said gone a step beyond 4-%) 4t 5-11
teith of Jacksonville and Capt. Hesaie Bennett disorderly con- gaged In business at 353 X TempleAve. Clyde Cone. Mamie A. Stalnaker and ,!
the average students by accepting Florida. Lydia Crosby. -
duct fined $27.50'or sentencedto Starke
Ralph Rhodes of BUoxi, Miss.; ,
order of the Board of
Fy County
the responsibility of employment Lawtey Garden Win EHouise T. Dodd. P. O. Box 1002,
two sisters Mrs. J. H. Gill. Kings- five days in jail. Commissioners of Bradford County.
while still carrying on Baitara Jean Martin Negro Starke, Florida, fe interest and Florida, this April 18, A. D. 1961.
heir courses as students. He said ley Lake, and Mrs. W. P. Randall In Softball OpenerIn forfeited bond Keith Reddish. Rt. 2 Box 82. tarke, (OFFICIAL SEAL)
Tampa; and five grandchildren. disorderly conduct Florida % Interest. Charles X Darby. ClerkIt

this same willingness to assume Funeral services were held at the opening games of the of $27.50. Dated this 28th day of March A. 4-20

responsibility would serve them 10 a. m. Thursday In Jones Memorial softball season Tuesday night'the Helen Pope Ketchum, running D. 1961 at Starke Bradford County In The Circuit Court Of The Eighth' FEDDERSAIR
well In later life. red light, forfeited bond of $12.50. Florida. Judlcal Circuit Of Florida In And
Chapel with Rev. Raymond Lawtey Chiefs beat Co. C 24-9
Bradford County. IB ChanceryCase
The Invocation was brought by MacBlaine and Rev. Fred Yerkes and Garden Restaurant defeatedthe Donald Whitaker, reckless driv- 3-30 it 4-20 Xo. 12971DIVORCE

James Temple, principal of Law. officiating. Burial was In the Seniors 11-1. ing by speeding forfeited bond of -

;tey Junior High. Brief remarks family plot In Crosby Lake Ceme- I Inn Wondal M. Herndon Plaintiff. vs
The schedule for $75.Pauline S. Herndon Def4'ndant.Ord'pr
tonight Thursday
pertaining to the DCT E. Stepp, running red NOTICE
program tery under the direction of DeWittC. Of Publication And NoticeTo CONDITIONING
] will have the Panthers Notice is hereby given that the
play- bond of $12.50. I Defend
re made by Hugh B. Ingram light forfeited
Jones Funeral Home. Clerks .
Ing Presbyterian at 7:30. following: and Inspectorshave : In The Name Of The Stat Of
principal of Bradford High Lillian June Palmer running red been appointed for the Special Florida To:

&hoo1. Schedule for next week: light 'forfeited bond of $12.50. (Local Option) Election to be held Inez S. Ht'rndon0 E. C. King,
Tuesday May 16, A. D. in the
1961. .
Route 4. Eastman Georgia.You
After the breakfast, the DCT Jaycees Elect Friday-Co. C vs Presbyterian, Domenlca TiteUo Gladien. reck- various precincts of Bradford County are hereby notified that a ATSHEPHERD'S- '
... 7 p. m.; Garden vs Panthers 8:45p. : less driving, forfeited bond of Florida: suit in equity for divorce has been
Club members remained at the m. $52.50. Precinct No. I-L.t WTRV filed against you by Wondal M.
cliib to New OfficersAt Clerk: Arthur C. Pearoi: Inspectors Herndon in the above named Court
enjoy the swimming and Monday -Seniors vs Panthers, Ernest Smith. Negro, disorderly j : H. C. Wainwright Ethel Reddish and cause, and you are, hereby summoned -

boating facilities for the lest of a meeting Tuesday night in 7:30: p. m.Tuesday. conduct forfeited bond of $27.50. Elsie C. Thomas and Marycille ordered and required to fileALVAKtZ T V

the day. They were accompaniedby Mozell Welch Pressley Negro,
the Garden Restaurant, the Seniors vs Co C, .7 -I ,
their supervisors B. E. Costello intoxication forfeited bond
public ,
Starke Jaycees elected. off'cers for p. m.; Presbyterian vs Garden :
'and M. A. Payne. of'.$21.50. STORE 11111 412 East Call St. Phone 964.6901
the coming Publicitv M9
year Direc- 8:45: p. m. Established
John H.. LogIns, Negro unlawful II I 1894 i I
speed, forfeited bond of -

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MOrhK FOR S.U.K week. Reasonable. Phone 9647084.I plumage $18 each. Will! trade for '.- ..... BULLETIN- ,
*>U aparlBirat, 21 rm, :5 .
3t chg 5-4 --
pigs chickens or turkeys of ; "
equal ; .
balk Tit a block. from P. O. : ." -' ,
value. .
Phone 9692981. : '
Itchg ,
210 \. Cherry. See o"anl J. It. 8 ACRES fronting State Road 230. i I ,[ : t.'' .; .
BalliagUn. Ideal for '. :' :,
sub-dividing. Terms. or WOULD LIKE TO BUY: Girl's used :
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Tfehfc will trade for '
Keystone property. L. bicycle. Prefer 20 or 24 in. size. Call .
-- P. LaMee, Box 343, Keystone 533-2822. ltehg *.! ,
WILSON ROAD LOTS: High and Heights. UpI "" : : "
dry: $250 down bal.! $25 monthly. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS: Overlooking .
L.: F. LaMee, Box 343, Keystone FOR RENT: One store building, beautiful Bedford Lake. High. Giant .
Heights: Pla. Itp 1 furnish Apt. and on$ small unfurnished oaks. Lake privileges. Only :3: tracts
house at 321 Temple. phoneWO left. Terras. Larry LaMes Jr.. Key- .

All UAU10S Make. -n.p..UBlU' All Model 9-2S81. tfch* stone Heights, ph. 4351. Up ,:- Shell Research scientists- reveal -.how they got .

nnuanahle (bar... (inarantrril FARM FOR RENT-2 bedrooms. See me at I
"NREPIIEItD.a IIAD10 and TVlamaa 6 or 7 p. m. or phone 9644831.321 I.I II '

(Irten" OnHrr I j j41'J Equipment For, N. Clark St. Up J.1' '
.:. Call $t. Phone WU-tfttOl I IStarkr. I Plowing: "':<
1'U. I( FOR RENTFumIshed'2bedro .*. :. .
I Planting ;; house. Gas automate'\ water heater .

HELP \VANTEII I Equipment For INDUSTRIAL Job Grounds and range.kept Nicely by owner.613 furnisbea: r .16.8.4 miles :;;.
Every gallon .
Man or woman. Pleasant! profitable Lake St. Call .Mr*. A. F. Sauls, 96 per
route work. Pull or part time. Large !i Superior Tractor Co. 4-5744. 'tfchj '
repeat orders Eat n $:!.50 p. r hour j '. : .
ur more. Age no Itarrier. Write MeCO. -, Phone EV 9-67,72 FOR SALE 1953 Dodge 4' dr. sedan -
NI'jj: ., Box 2766, DeSoto Station, 5353 W. Beaver Jacksonville- 6 cyL. Oyrotnatic, radIo .and ".
31t-lIwhlrc ?, TVnn. 2tp 4-27 heater. Seamlst green color. One I :
owner. Contact Jim Bloodwor'th
$E\V 1IUMEH: IN $TAHKE .h'OIJ RENT -- Four room house, 536 4-5151., or 964-7821. ItpKOH V fA f ..
See our ad on pujfn 4 of this issue. N. Cherry St. gas stove and hot
Tht-se lionu-M are complete in every water heater furnished. Apply 419 SAMi 1956 Chevrolet Pickup One hundred sixty-eight. miles per : -
detail, masonry construction and V. Cherry St. Phone 9642384. truck. Low mileage, good cotai3itlon -

ready for omipancy at closing: of 2tp 4-27 Radio and heater. Phone 964- gallon must be world record. Like most -
a V I
sa 1 ft. 2881. H. C Bellinger. 426 N Wal 4ct
A. .1. Thomas Realtor FOUND noat adrift on Kingsley nut. Itp
.ake.[ Owner may have by Identify world records, it took enthusiasm and ) '
XVR. HAVE a new lun program for ing and paying! cost. Joe Wain- FOR KKNT-r Mrs. Clark's, furnished '
'fanners. Loam of I to t :reart \\-!titht. m. 1 &x 389-A. 4 tp 5-11 cottage. Electrical kitchen. Single or hard work. ;:
for the entire credit require- couple only. I'hone 984-1545. tfchg
mint of the farmer and his faroJly Kl.VGKKLY. LAKE HOME .. V I
) ClalnesTllle Production Credi FOR SALE FOR RENT: 35 ft. house 'trailer- The two Shell scientists who hold this ** iii_ fr :
;Association. <20 Worth UataOtlnesvllle. New Kingsley Lake Home. Dock twin bedroom. Utilities- ,furnished. _
Fla. fch House and Boat House. Partially Couple only No pets. ,Phone ...,(.*
._ Furnished. Good terms to responsiMe 95'71' ,'SIiePY Hollow Motel. .' tfchg record have told us how they managed L

WAXTEO AMBITIOUS MAN, OR Write party.: P. O. Pox 0 FOR SALE Fishing outfit. 10J.Bp it. -e :
A DETERMINED WOMAN TO OPEllATE 414 Gainesville. ,They have also added some tips onhow
Fla. Evlnrude motor used 10-15 hrs. Fly -
fall FR -4361 wood boat and trailer S350. Phono --s'
: Day: FR6-650Nlcht
\ Stchgr 4-27 964-1195, 521 Pratt St. after 5 p. m. you can increase your car's mileage.Not .
$50.00 TO $150.00 PER 2tp 4-20 ______ td -:
WEEK DEPENDING ON TIME DEVOTED FOR RENT 4 rooms and bath their outlandish tech S ; ._
TO THE BUSINESS. completely furnished. Located on FOR SALE By owner furnishedtwo own -- -r -L--- _
WHITE WATKFXS 69 W. P'TREE N. Walnut St. Inquire at 733 N. bedroom house. See at 515 NorthSt. ..- -.. : -Y '
ST.- NE ATLANTA, OA. NO Stchg 1. 4.27 Thompson 9t. tfchg Clair Street. Itp niques. But by careful driving and today's .

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FOR RENT 3 room apartment. For Rent 3 room and bath nicely I FOR SALE Used furniture. Mrs. Super Shell gasoline. _
Electric kitchen. Air Conditioned. furnished cottage. Available Feb. Peggy Shaller, phone WO, 4-5914 4 -
Christian oouple only. Phone WO 1. Phone WO 4-22&l. Margaret How- ,tfchg I __

$,.1545 tich* ..rd. tfchg FOR SALE New 2 bedroom kwae. HELL scientists i thrive on Such crazy pressures would of ..-, : -
FOR RENT 3 bedroom unfurnished ; Small down payment rest like'rout. S competition.Some be unsafe under I .
COLOKIAL FLOKISTOnly course quite
house. Conveniently located at : Phone WO 4-039S. lip
F. T. D. Florlit in Stark. 456 West Madison St. Gall 964-1334 years ago, an argument as normal road conditions-and

Flower wired occasions any locally.place. Flowers Phone or. 964-60S1. KINGSLEY LAKE COTTAGE:. 3 to who could get the most miles hideously uncomfortable too. -- -
tor .
bedrooms furnished. P. O. Box 141 -:
VO 4-lMl. 60$ East Nona St. tfchg HOME FOR SALE-By owner. 7 I or VAlley 95764. St. Augustine. out of a gallon of gasoline boiled But under Shell's carefully .J. I

room bungalow on corner lot. Car- 3t chg 4-27 up into a challenge. And Shell's controlled Marathon safety 1
Recently my farm near Booker was port and utility room. Near tennis Dave Berry and Fred Scbuefte,, in the rebuilt 1924 coup which se t the world mileage record its oligoresistance.
Broken Into again and one Item court and play ground. 431 CenterSt. FOR SALE 4 bedroom masonry Mileage Marathon was born. rules, the only ill effects were inal frontal reduced wind .
about down
stolen was a hand made stainless Phone WO 4-3351. tfchg home with 10 acres of land. Located Shell scientists have competedin an embarrassing bruise or two. area was by per cent to cut
Bteel butcher knife with U" Inch oft 301 on Morgan Rd. Phone 964-
In end of blade. Confidential to- 6351. Up t-11 this Marathon for several
hole "
home 5 bedrooms
formation U .oll ltl'd. H. L. Hough. or can be used as three apartments years. Not as a publicity stunt. Pressure problemsfor were taken with lubrication.On Knowledge passed on 3. Drive at moderate speeds.
Starke Florida Itp 315 N. Walnut St. Un FOR SALE: FRAME HOME. Can the car-the Your about 40
But the champs winning car uses per cent
furnished. Also one bedroom furnished be financed. End of Euclid 8t Iblks. purely as a private contest. When Marathon Day rolls
FOR RENT room furnL-hed a- convenient, email home Clark South on Alton Rd. J. W. They use their own cars, time Dave Berry and Fred Schuctte wheel bearings were lubricated around at Shell there is cer more gasoline at 60 mph than at
partment. 626 N. Church t..pply St. Phone 964-R491 9691191. Itp Thomas. .tfchg with oil reduce 35
or and light engin to mph.
&18 N. Church St. Phone 964-5584. money. who eventually set the existing \ tainly: picnic atmosphere at the

_,n ttchg FOR SALE Red Clover hay. Can WANTED MAID For 4 days 'aweek. record had to be satisfied with drag. It worked. testing grounds. 4. Keep an even speed. Ragged .
ret out of field Saturday, Apr. 22. Care for 2 year old. Call 964- Not for everyday use \\lien\ the front wheels were
FOR SALE 50 gal. Pottle gas Phone 964-1851. J. B. White. Itchg 5425. It something less spectacular in the But remember that the Mara- driving uses fuel without usingthe

tank $60. Apply 307 W. Lafayette The best mileage recorded so far tire department. jacked up and given an experimental thon is only a climax to monthsof power it generates. .
after 5 P. m. HOUSE FOR SALE 206 North WANTED -R. N. W I* P. N. Nurse continued ,
Broadway St. Conveniently located. for relief work. 4 days a week. is a resounding 168 miles per Their coup 's beaup tires ;push they to serious work. Not everybodysets 5. Keep tires to their
FoR RENT Nice unfurnished HospitaL tfch* spin for half/ an liourl up proper
Ideal for retired couple. {4.500.Phone Doctors gallon. couldn't possibly take more than record. But contest
house. Newly decorated. a every Soft tires soak
2 bedroom !lUUJJ. 4tchg" 4'J'FOR Of pressures. up
Phone WO 4-03SJ. _ltp PETTO FLORIST Many of the things contest- 50 pounds.But there was a help- course no Shell serviceman ant I learns a little more about the like a blotter soaks ink.

SALE tit 8. THOUP8OX IT. ants did to achieve this world ful mileage dividend in the would ever approve of such care and feeding of automobiles. power up ,
HOUSES FOR RENT S and S Ready mix concrete concrete block. PHONE WO 4-41U record liberties being taken with 6. Get Shell man to make 'I.:
recommended for jour
bedrooms. Inquire Greyhound Bus cqnca fence posts, sand, cement NIGHT WO Mn IJw WO t-MKBI are not old wood-spoked heels. your Which, after all is Shell's main .{
Station. i tfchg Motar mix. rock steel oyster shell. DISTINCTIVE FUIW1SRSWF use on the public highway. But' They took tires that were own car's lubrication.The job. these checks. Your carburetqr
Llnerock and Roof Gravel. Phone FLOWERS AHTWHERtfchg
WIRE they do throw some light on in diameter. bit of this should be adjusted periodically.
FOR RENT Furnished apart- W04-2521 Bradford Engineering : nearly a yard This Eventually, every
went' RVasonable rate Near C". tfehg what; makes a little gasoline go moved the car forward an extraordinary champs'"onandoff" knowledge is passed on to you Spark timing should be correct.
center. Phone WO .% ll Fuel filters and air cleaner
hopping DAY NURSERY drivingShell's
call at :is S. Cherry St. (Shell SMALL HOUSE for rent 140 per alongway. 9 feet at every in the form of better products.Today's .
or month furnished. 409 S. St. Will children In my home clean. Brakes should be
Cherry keep
Oil Co. Office., revolution. record was set in two trips Super Shell is a shin- prop-
feoff Phone Andrews Drug. 364-2511. Itp for working mother Home with Record-breaking car cost $35 erly adjusted. And thermo
over an I 11.94 I mile course. The ing example. Thanks to continuous your
FOR RENT 31 ft. house trailer. large yard 'off main road. Will Shell's record-breaking car wasa Muffled radiator studies and stat must be in working order.
almost walk. mileagetests
Can be moved
to lot.
your own and take children homeif
& WORKS Phone 964151. J. B. White Itchg pick up highly modified 1924 coupe: and no fan The winning car was accelerated Super Shell now contains a Use today's Super Shell and t .
desired. Reasonable rates Phone (see cut). It rescued from follow these suggestions. You ':
\ was booster called
"710 Lemon St. Pal Ual. a Many competitors went as far to 20 miles per hour at special mileage :
FOR 9691573. 2tcht4.20
RENT Smith
Furnished efficiency Mrs. much 30 "
junkyard for $35. may get as as extra :
Cottage for bachelor. Modern and as to remove their engine's water which point the driver cut his Platformate. :'
-Furniture Repaired, Upholstered attractive. Good neighborhood. INTRODUCTORYOFFER- The only requirements that pump and generator to save en- engine and coasted in neutral. Among Platformate's components miles per tankful.We can't guarantee :0- ;

& Refinished 148.08 mo. Call Mrs. 'Renner. WO 4- had to be met to for the benzene toluene and this saving. But unlessyou're -
S744. tfchg qualify gine load. But Berry and Schu- Only when the "speed"dropped are t.

MATTRESSES REBUILTNew Engraved Business contest were simple. ( ette ignored this refinement. below 5 miles per hour :xi: line. These three componentsalone a millionaire, it's worth ,'_: i

Innersprings FOR SALE Wooden typewriterdesk Stationery The car had'to hare four Howe\'er,'they did muffle was the engine restarted and the release 11 per cent more thinking about. j ,

and Box Spring and swivel office chair.-Mrs.' ,rvklan-lwed wheels. It had to 'their radiator cycle repeated.All energy per gallon than the finest
W. E. Mlddleton. Ph. WO 4-0601. tf 500 Letterheads I4 completely tp save
Drop Us ft .Card or Call v.eigh'no lea than 2000 pounds. heaL acceleration was done in 100-octane aviation gasoline.The .

e PALATKA EA 5-0168 "CHIROPRACTORS are obtaining 500 Large Envelopes It had to hare at least 100 CM. in. As anybody knows, all cars high gear.There was little choice. lesson is obvious. The V I _:: ;

STARKE WO (- 93. results medicine that and I surgery could not so obtain writes with F. 500 Business C rds. piston displacement Aitd it had better when properly wanned go All other gears were removed first thing you do to get extra "'f

SIRS. PEGGY SHALLER Stark. E. Rutherford. D. Chirpractors FINEST ENGRAVING to,use gasoline that anybody, up. But did you know that fast prior to the contest.Serious mileage to put extra energy .
do not accept all cases but.they help ALL FOR 48.05 could'buy at Shellsmice. into fuel tank SHELL
AeatRULJlO'D a is your using to-
most of those they accept Phone warm-up specially provided
scientific fun?
-or I
The Bolllnger Chiropractic Clinicin Plate Included station for in today's Super Shell? It; day's Super ShelL Then if you

CAREER Starke for appointment Itp BRADFORD COUNTY After that, 'no holds were contains a ,gasoline ingredient You already knpw the result want even more mileage! take ,."

Jobs as telegraph operators and HOME FOR SALE TELEGRAPH barred.The car that won used a called "Pentane Mix." This acts But,since"on-and-oflT drivingis these tips. -'-;.
station agents are opening in most I PT OWNER C rooms. 3 bedrooms. standard carburetor the road- .
from old illegal on public
an in much like kindling .
areas due to heavy retirements, promotions 2 baths,. screen porch, utility room. ---'\ your engine I. Don't race your engine when J'
and deaths. It qualified. you In Saratoga Heights Reasonable WORTH THE TRIP one-cylinder engine. acts in a log fire. and since most marathon modifications revolution ,
at low cost for place- stationary. Every is ,
mar: prepare down payment. Payments S76 mOoCall delivers are positively dangerous '
n nt In one of these openings, provided 964-7165. tfchg Mobile Homes Always.below Tile res J ET RESULT: car pure waste unless it is taking -
you are between 17 and 28, market and clean.. pm I top performance in a hurry. for normal use-you may be somewhere. A BULLETIN FROM" t
'high school graduate or O. K. D. up to'llG ponds wondering if Shell's' Mileage you
.'QI1'&I nt, physically fit and will- FOR SALE Lovely S bedroom LAKE GENEVA One and wheels spin SHELL RESEARCH
Inr to work days while training modern country house partly turn- TRAILER PARK '" Some contestants inflated their pasb Marathon has any point.Is 2. Avoid jack rabbit starts.' -where 1,997 ecientists
nights. Q. I. approved for Korean ished. Central heating. 40 acres / for 30 minutes ? Or is it ,
it serious They waste gasoline
1 mL SE of Keysto&e Hts tires as high as 110 pounds a test by holding
Vet.: If sincerely interested In a mostly in pine. leO bird cage.chick- are working to make yoay
p Interviews$ : Write Mr. Hodge en house. Also usable for fryers. ._._,._,_ cm Route 100 _' 'square inch to \reduce:road-* :$ince the contest had nothing to merely a scientific; picnic? The automatic transmissions in low car go better and better*. '
,Pot fJ3Care of this paper. stat .Out buildings. 2 deep wells. Egg wheel fectipa, ., .J do:with wear, many liberties answer is-a bit of both. gear too long.
ilnf age phone number address, house with cooler. $15,000. For In* .
atMi-UiJ 'status. and present. occupa- formatin call 4-4W or Keystone LEARN TO FLY-Centut Lacy e..- .
Height 4SSS. tfchg way phone WO i-tML tfca*. ( -



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STARKE, FLORIDA, :THURSDAY, APRIL '20. 1961 :. : : .
.. ......... ...... G. W., Durham in Jacksonville Jim ---I _.
was rather weak and
we days prior to date of said board required by law and proof sioners Bradford County, State of
Friday afternoon.Mr didn't stay long. Everbody was BE IT FURTHER thereof enteredupon the minutes Florida.

: LAffTEY : and. Mrs. D. B. Thomas having a fine tune eating weiners tion said Etoard being published that upoji as said eI8cuon.j of(SEAL this Board. ATTEST Charles: A. Darby,

and Dianne visited Mr. Thomas' and "junk", and fishing. fore required that proof of Carl Prevatt. Clerk to Board
mother Mrs. Sallie tion thereof shall be filed > Chairman Board County Commis- 4.13 it 5-4
By Enza BlanchardiAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Green, in Those on the sick list last week ,

Jacksonville Sunday afternoon. were Nellie Wilkinson Floyd .
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Dyal are Johns Louise Johns. Susie_ Pad-

PTA Meeting- proud to announce the birth of a gett and several others. Ernie

An interesting program on the daughter at Bradford County Hos- Padgett is not improving 'very Evangelistic Crusade

topic. "It's High Time To Begin pital on April 11. The young ladyis much and was still inthe, hospital

Raising Our Kids" was presentedat named Leonette. last Friday. We haven't heard

the Lawtey PTA meeting in Mrs. Evelyn Norman of Ocala from him since then.

the school cafeteria Tuesday spent Friday and Saturday with We failed to get to Sunday L By G. T. Hugging

night April 8. C. M. Clark of the her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl School, and church last Sunday.No '

Lawtey school faculty gave a talk Prevatt. one came to take us. so we County Agent NORTHSIDE BAPTIST CHURCH
on the subject from the teacher's Mrs. L. H. Hill and Mrs. A. H- stayed 'at home. Therefore, no -- ---

standpoint and showed a film illustrating Harley were Sunday afternoon Sunday School report and we all Pecan Insects rows. Add more nitrogen when I

the different home en- guests of Mr. and Mrs N. B. do want to know who won the For? the past few years there needed. Millet is good for cows
Vironments that could inspire the Blocker and family in Lake City banner! Maybe we can do better are two insects that seem to begetting and hogs. (INTERSECTION" ROUTE 16 and 225))

child I in the right or wrong di- next time.I a little worse each year. Pink Or Blue Hydrangeas

rection. VYYVYYyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyCLAY feel we should be proud of Several grove owners believe If you have a pretty hydrangea: V V _

Mrs. Mae Wells brought the devotional what Rev. Bartow Rakestraw, the there should be a crop of nuts I growing in your yard and you

with prayer by the HILL evangelist who preached for our this,year if something does not.; would like to change the color of V BEGINS APRIL 24TH

school principal James Temple. revival at Highland said about happen from here on out. the flower you can do it. Add lime I

The nominating committee made By Mrs. J. L. StricklandAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA us folks hi 1 Clay County-or) rather -i There are two pecan insectsthat' to the son and get pink blossoms.

its report during the Business ses the folks in the Black Creek i we must be on the lookoutfor. I Try a pound of hydrated lime to .Kahl r

sion, conducted by Mrs. R. E. Lee Association. He attended the First is the pecan leaf case- a plant about the size of a bushel 8:00: P. M. NIGHTLY

president. The new officers will The possums and coons have all Quarterly Meeting at Clay Hill bearer that might begin to show basket. The acidity of the soil win

be installed at tht May meeting. been afraid to come our way buta and really complimented everyone up anytime now. The moth will depend on how fast the change .r .k

Pluter-Witcher hawk got up nerve to pay us a very highly. The song leader, deposit patches of eggs on the un takes place. If the flower comes

Miss Opal Juanita Plaster of visit one day last week-struck Dorcey McKendry ,expressed the der sides of the leaves. If youneed out pink and you want to make ,r .

Baltimore Md.. and Jerry Witcher at our chickens and then lit in same thoughts. That makes us to spray you may use 2 u s. it blue mix 3 ounces of aluminum ",

were united in marriage in a one of the pecan trees. When we feel very good. of 50% DDT wettable powder or sulfate in a gallon of water..

quiet ceremony in Folkston, Ga. finally spotted the invader we We ran across the following 2 lbs. of 15% parathion wettablepowder Water so that the plant roots will 11Ev.
on March 19.They are at home to marched out with ole Killum' poem in my Grandfather's Bible per 100 gallons of water. be moist. If the blue is noi show-

friends in an apartment at Mr& Quick, and Mr. Hawk failed to recently and decided it is as gooda Next is the pecan nut c & bearer. ing, water again with t the: same

Effie Miner's home. fly away. Now the chickens can: sermon as anyone can preach. This insect larva enters the newly solution. You
might a little
DauJberf-Wilkerson rest in peace-at least until an- Would like to pass it on and hope set nuts near the stem end and

Miss Diana Daulbe1Y and L. G-I other hawk or possum comes a- others may enjoy it _as much as causes them to fall or dry up on fun trying this.

Wilkerson married in we did: the limbs. We have had reports. local option election '
were Spokane long.Rosa as required by ,trr ,,7 ti .
Wash on April 14. The and Lizzie Padgett spent I LIVE HEREA that DDT has not done the best said chapter .

news was received here by the last Friday night with their sis garden, a perfect mosaic job for' the nut casebearer' and SOLVED NOW THEREFORE by the Board, BE of IT County RE- '

bridegroom's parents *Mr. and ter, Vina Martin and family at deep green 'gainst the blackest DDT also may cause a builduof p Commissioners of Bradford County,

Mrs. Leon Wilkerson.Mrs. Lawtey. Vina and her gang came loam spread out near a little aphids and spider mites. Para-,. at Florida which, in 5 session members duly were assembled present,, CARL BROWN) Song Leader

Willie E. Lowery ce'ebrated home with them Saturday and all log cabin-obscure, but immacu- thion. or Malathion is a better the 'same being a majority of the lI ,
late home! I to admire- members of said board. that local --
intended to go to the creek fish- pause material; to use. a

tier April 64th 16 at birthday'anniversary her home. Assistingwere on ing and have a nice fish fry. but who could help it?-the weedless Soil Testing Fays said option Board election, to is decide hereby: ordered by Rev. Packham I

there was too much water in the expanse near where pleased with One or our good cattlemen (a) Whether the sale of intoxicating
her daughters, Mrs. Eunice
liquors, wines or beer shall be
Montgomery of Valdosta Ga., creek. So Yougan Robert" and my pleasured inspection stood ,a"MAnuny" takes soil samples every August so or permitted in Bradford prohibited -
and Mrs. Dorothy Reid of Jacksonville Andy Padgett, all went to the lake of years that are yore. he will know'how to fertilize his County, Florida, andb OLD TIME SONG SERVICE
( ) To decide
"A also whether such
to fish. Yougan usually the beautifulgarden, I ven- .
and their families, and White Dutch Clover. The test also sales, if permitted by said election .
Mrs. Leon Wilkerson and family. fish when 'he goes after them so tured. She cupped a brown handto shows how the lime needs are. shall be restricted to sale by the
!we take it they all had fish to her ear. "Fine garden! I package, as defined in said Chapter .. .
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Phillips Once your soil conditions are in 567, Florida Statutes aforesaid.IT .
shouted. "Oh surely! It ought to 4.
and sons of Callahan spent Sat- eat.John and Betty ,Brumbelow be fine-I live here!" order a fertilization program is said election IS FURTHER is hereby RESOLVED ordered that to : WE% ARE EXPECTING YOU!

urday with Mrs. O- J. Phillips.Mrs. Betty.and Edna: Allen and Jim- I went on my way with a sermon easy grass and alone.more Of profitable course the than first for and be held that on a.copy May of 16 this, A. resolutionbe D. 1961, V V

H. C. Wainwright, and mie Blanton, all of Jacksonville, as great as ever I heard. The published inThe Bradford County -
requirement is to have clover soil: i I
Mrs, Fay Durban and daughters visited the Stricklands last Sun- highest paid preacher existent, ral Telegraph a newspaper of gen-
This cattleman has good clover circulation published in Brad- .
were Thursday and Friday guestsof day. They brought weiners and could never have added a word.. ord.County, Florida; once a week GERALD SUGGS Pastor
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Starling. all the fixings to go to Faye Were every human who cum- and believesin it. for four publications, the' first ,
and family in Bartow. England's house to help Jimmie bers the tiniest spot of the earthto I might as well tell you Lloyd publication, to be at least thirty _

birth- see that the place he inhabitsthe Green keeps the pH of his pasture
Mrs. Joyce Futch Mrs. V. R. England celebrate his 14th
Reddish Mrs. Hattie Math, Miss day anniversary with v weiner work brain or fingers gave soil about 5.0. The.Calcium read-

Enza Blanchard and Miss Eliza roast. We went to be in the crowd birth stood perfect as e'er he ing is above 1500. Magnesiumhits '
could make it dear God. what a around 150. Phosphate and IT AREA BUSINESS 'DIRECTORY
beth Terry visited Mr. and Mrs. for a short time but Grandpa I IAUTO
different sphere. Let's borrow our potash levels are held by fertilizing

motto from Mammy-;; "It ought to according; to soil tests.A --- .

Support be fine. I live here"L.eLV cattleman who I' will not '
name.has just as good and for I 4
LVlLL L{.Y "{ clover! but very litUe..clover. For

PRIVATE ENTERPRISE 'several'years more nutrients have Mauidin's 1 Auto Glass CONTRACTORSBobby Hancock Type riterExchange

BROOKEK been taken out of the .soil thanhave Baker. Auto. Trim : L. Bryan
: been put back. In this latter
By Shirley: GreentAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA 'case the. pH rangesfrom 5.0 to GLASS CUSTOM INTERIOR TRIM : TEl1Jt'UOCI&WIC Smith-Corona
The Principle Which Made Our 5.4 and calcium from 250' to 600. Windshield & Door Glass ASPHALT.-PLASTIC TILE Clary Business Typewriters Machines
Replaced In Any Make Headliners Arm Rests HARDWOOD FLOORINGFloor
Here the,, potash reading should .
Repair Any Make Machine
Country Great! be well over 100. Some of these Car Or Truck Floor.Mats Upholstering' ?Binding' & Finishing FR 6-5551
Mr. and Mrs. Oily Pinholster Lowest 3"FR
We Handle Saftey Glass FR S- 1 6-4445
show between 40 50. Soil :;
and 431 N.
Main. Gainesville
and Mr. and Mrs. Guy Pinholster samples taken this FR 6-2558 I FR 2-3226 1939 N.\E.: 27th'GaIne vU1e'GARDEN"
Jr. and family of Jacksonville mer sum 1314 S. Main Gainesville, 1021 E. University Ave. Gainesville OPTICIAN
WHEN for
YOU THINK OF GAS visited Mrs. Rosa Pinholster Sun to can follow in a program and SUPPLIES
you establishing
day. They enjoyed the afternoonat
White Springs. maintaining your pasture next I IfaJI. AUTO SALES & SERVICE ? Johnson-'& Paris Inc. Opticians
Thin Kathy Lewis Is spending two I IMPERIAL CHRYSLER COMMERCIAL REFRIGERATION Complete Lid 'of Lindsay L Beckum, R. O.
Better Pasture-Fewer Worms Lenses Duplicated-Quick Repair
BADE weeks with her grandmother, Mrs. PLYMOUTH VALIANT BLPLANTBF'rLIzKUS -
ofYour Eva Growl in Largo. Cattlemen with better pastures I Authorized SalesPartsService Artificial Eyes-Prescriptions

Mrs. N. G. Hayes and Mrs. Mattie -i will ten you that they don't worry. Refrigeration etUc dt .;.Pet Supplies Filled Promptly
Barry were in Gainesville: much about internal parasites. Hawes-Powers Service Co. We' Rent''Fertilizer 8preaders'2U' 22 W. University FR 6-3515

Business is Appreciated Thursday. Animals with good feed can over- Motor Co. N. .W.Stii.Ave, FR 2-0476 Gainesville Fla.

come parasitic infection without Sidney Leopold, Owner '
Mrs. Rodney Belcher and FR 2-2561 t Gainesvffle, 7 L PHOTOGRAPHY
treatment better than poorly fed Commercial ReMZerstlon-
daughter of Jacksonville were .
294 N. Main. Gainesville
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Evan Hod animals having had treatment. Air Conditioning, GIFTS-WATCH REPAIRS
Used Cars 312 N. Main Roy N. Green Inc.
ges Saturday.Mr. Good management practices like Frigidaire Ice ,Makers ,
FR 6-3400
: Sold, And Serviced Anytime Bill Barnes / Direct Color Portraits for Gifts
ONRECAPS and Mrs. Julian Green rotating animals on all pastures
rl" and son of Jacksonville were frequently to prevent grazing too I LINCOLN MERCURY Gainesville FR,2-8392 GIFTS Commercial Portraits

weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. close will pay off. A mouth full of: COMETFIATRENAULTAuthorized Heights FR7'100 CLOCKS WATCH REPAIRS C Photography
r Dave Green. i forage can contain thousands of: Sales-Service Parts Specialists in Fine Repairs to Complete Camera Supplies

TIRES Mr. and Mrs. Alan' Land and ; infective,larvae. Animals are not I Trained MeehanktGoocl CONCRETE PRODUCTSINSIST Antique Clocks and Watches 1118 W. University FR 2-4558

daughter of Gainesville visited Mr.I as likely to pick them up if graz Used Can FR 2-8615 l. Gainesville Fla:

and Mrs. Lloyd Barry Friday' ing crops are not too short Barkley Motors THAT ALL YOUR 222 W. University Gainesville POWER SAWS

mile night. These statements are not!, to discredit 615 N. Main Gainesville CONCRETE PRODUCTS LADIES WEAR '
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Edwards of a planned program of ARE THE BEST PROM HeCULLOCH

Jacksonville were weekend guests worming cattle especially yearling B. & G. Motor Co., Inc. Cherry's CHAIN SAWS

They Last of Mrs. Lottie Edwards. age roar This is a program tca1'11r HHLMANOLDSMOBILE i Edwards Building,! Gainesville's Most Fashionable NEW-USED SALES-SERVICE
Mrs. A. L Waters and daughterof out along with blackleg
CADILLAC I Inc. Address For Ladies Florida Saw Co.
: Supply
Worthington visited Mrs. Ma vaccination. We might; be able to

ANY SIZEMARTIN'S mie Hodges Sunday afternoon.Mrs. help you decide on a program If Authorized Sales-Service Parts! 726 S. Main FR 2-4U4 DRESSES-- SUITS COATS FR 6-3411
Mattie Barry was week ACCESSORIES 2538 N. E. 19th Dr.-Galnesvffld
$ you are interested. FR 6-7515
Gainesville Fla.
101 W..
University Gainesville
0.95 end guest of Mr. and Mrs Eldon Plant Millet NowA 115 S. ''W. Second Gainesville J SEWING MACHINES

Hardy 4n Starke. field of millet might save the MEN'S WEARSiiverman's
Mrs W. T. Blair. and Billy Mrs. VOLKSWAGENSales DOORS.WINDOWS
CAPS day this summer. Millet is a Singer Sewing
W. L. Service Parts '
Douglas and Mr. and Mrs. i
leafy, fast-growing crdp That can
Plus Exchange Tim Rogers were in Gainesville be grazed tin September if hand- MillerBrownMotors Florida JalousiesOF Machine CenterUsed
Thursday.Miss led apparel for Men and Women Singer Sewing Machines
Barbara Blankenship of Our new Store next to Many One Of A Kind
Starr and Gahi-I millet top the WINDOWS DOORS
Starke was the Sunday night FR 2-3532 Florida Theatre. Starting At J9J5
NEW HERCULES TIRES guest of Miss Mary Jane Bigham.Mr. list of summer grazing crops. The 1030 E. University Ave. Gainesville ALUMINUM AWNINGS FORMAL WEAR RENTALS FR 6-6310
hybrid Gaul will usually outyieldthe
Palm Beach Awning Windows
Mrs. Frank Tinney and GAINESVILLE, FLA- 216 W. University Gainesville
'Starr when considering the AU Meet Specifications
sonS.of. Gainesville visited Mr. A.WJ&A.
1 7st Grade--Nylon OnlyWe and Mrs. T. W. Marker Sunday full season.. It grows higher and Montgomery Pontiac, Write Or Call For Estimates. MOVER SHOES
V ;
afternoon.Mrs. comes back faster when grazed Inc. FR 6-8215 '
Do Not Believe In Seconds I .' Mattie Barry attended a down. It is not as leafy. as Starr 1817 Hawthorne Rd Gainesville Gainesville MayflowerLOCAL Bob's Shoe StoreShoes

stork shower for Mrs. Eldridge as height increases. PONTIAC CMC TRUCKS .. ANDLONG DISTANCE for The Entire Family
Millet is bitter planted in rows B. M. C. SPORTS CARS
Price See Us At Station. We Barry Clark of Gainesville wasadd so that you can'control weeds and Authorized Sales-: Parts -ServiceFR Storage And Crating CHARM SET FOB WOMEN

Cannot Quote The Price the weekend guest of his grandi i fertilizer. At least 300 pounds 2-2585 Gainesville FR -522i ENDWELL FOR' CHILDREN
In parents. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bar: of 10-10-10 fertilizer and about 15 220 N. W. 8th Ave.. Gainesville Electric Motor .
if Paper Competition pounds of .seed win do an acre I i MUSIC Bags Millenery Accessories
Might Think We Are ry.Mr. Motor Co. Repair Co.OF 21 W. University Gainesville
and Mrs. E. W. Hodges and when planted in 30 to 36 inch Crane

Starting A Price War family of Gainesville visited Mr. LARK-ANGUA GAlNESVlLtE.INc.' The Music CenterPIANORo1tOANS
and Mrs. Evan Hodges Saturday. ENGLISH FORD ,
said application to the Supervisorof SALES AND SERVICE'' BAND INSTRUMENTS
c Rev. James Temple visited Registration, the Honorable Mar Authorized Sales &Service 'IMstributor of
See Us Before You Buy ian I* Crosby for the purpose of .Sales-Repairs
parents Rev. and Mrs. L T. Temple her determining: whether or not the "Complete Service for All Makes" New Lincoln Motors"* Shed State Accessaries This Area's Most Complete Line
c4''" i in Monticelto Saturday.The signatures thereon .were signatures 506 B. University Ave. FR 2-4251 FR 2-8318 .f Sporting Goods at
", "You Cant Beat our Terms"
of the registered voters repretente4tbereby
Any Tire Brooker Home Demonstra Gainesville Fla.t 1030.S. Main Gainesville
andWHEREAS 1025 W. University Gainesville
tion Club enjoyed a picnic at on the 8th day o Jimmie Hughes, Inc.
April A. D.. 1161, the Board of AUTOMATIC MUSIC SUPPLIES
Lakeside Fait in Lake ButlerTuesday.
County Commissioners a{ an adjourned TRANSMISSIONS FARM EQUIPMENT 1113 W. University Gainesville
meeting met and receive
SMITH'S SHELL the report of said Supervisor o r Lillian's Music Store
Registration, which report was file I
NOTICE OP ELECTION" and to be copied in the minutes a f "GaiamSie Leafed;gteee liD YARNS-TOYS
WHEREAS, oa App 4. A. D. the meeting ot said Board held oaSth ARE OUR BUSINESS ERAKAVE5. WTHTEBCABLEPIANOS
mi written applications asking- day of April A. D, 19(1,, and Service t Repairs-Work Jack and M .d
that the Board of County Commissioners WHEREAS, according said report ALLIS CHALMERS PttNOBGBANSCHOSD
SERVICE STATION of Bradford County Florida the Board of County Commissioners Guaranteed HASSEYFERGUSONFarm ; ,ORGANS $1$ -375 A Complete Line of
to hold local option election un of Bradford County Florida, .
der provisions of Chapter 517. Florida has determined that said application Lamar Pearson Guitars, Drums Sheet Music Tarns Needlework Nations
Statutes, as amended was presented is signed tiT more than twenty-fivi Equipment And Tractor .BudgetsPR Free Instructions
by Mack S. Futoh. representing percent of the registered voters of! AT TUBBYS 64 SERVICE PRf- e5 1-5931 Toyt-eI-Dolts-Hare,
Lawtey, Fla. the Bradford County Committee Bradford County Florida, and therefore
I for Legal ControlWHEREAS it Is the duty of;said -Board; 563:-N.=W. 13th St. Gainesvffl Archer Hd. Gainesville 113 8. E. First, OtmesYflto 625 W. University Gamemnet

.. said, Board referred under said Chapter 51 to order .


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Makes Plans For.t : : I I moved to Melrose. He is employed alfLEOSE,
KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS: St. Anne's Parish House "G'RAND n N MELROSEBy ''by Marin Plumbing and Electric

Community Church Women'sexecutive Nationwide Alertt: E. Co, :' Sundays it i. 'n.. Church-

By Mary K. Schaeffer board meeting, 9:30: a. V- ; : By Sirs. Rebecca BrantleyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Mrs. Alice Rothhamraer School NewsI School, llJk: wn- .ornlnff Prayo .

. . . . . . .. . . . .'. . ; I m.. gCommunity Ray Chance, Civil Defense director I ; t I j The Senior play : and seri 1oa (tfirst Sunday,
&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&4&& l&&A&&A&&A&A&&& Church Men's din- i A A I roo.M ny lsco-
for Clay County, has an- u __ i Holy Communion) 6 p D' .
ner meeting, educational building ; Girls was held Saturday night.'
. KEYSTONE'S KOMPLETE cer Drive, 5:30: p. EL, Keystone nounced plans for the National The WMU 'of Paran Baptist Mrs. Pat Fast and daughter j The cast included Delores j I!pa* Young Churchmen.
6:30: p. m.Teenagers'. Alert during the period Aoril 26- PridsP-I 1 I :: 10 a. ni. Holy
KALENDAR Beach. Instructions St. Church met at the home of Mrs. Carolyn, of Glen Rock N. J. are j on. Maida Grffin. Calvin O'Steen.,'I Holy Days

Thursday, April 20: EYC Dance at Trinity Church, William's 29.For Charleyene Brantley Monday visiting Mrs., Fast's mother. Mrs.,Mike Lawrence, Sandra Read Communion.' '
Bridge Club, Sectionn St. Augustine 8 7 p. m. exercise purposes, the Fed The Rev, Millard H., Breyfogle,
Duplicate p. m. CAP Cadets, 7:30 Skytel.' morning to complete a study Edna Cooper who is here from :,Dale Fallin, Larry Brown. Sandra .
Woman's Club, 10 a. m. Saturday,April 22 f p. eral Government will assume during Westfield : Vicar..
CAP Seniors, 7:30 Skytel.: course, "The Dreamer Cometh. N. J., and grandparents Ridaught, Alvin Lily, Carol Han-
T. V. appearance of Dot New- Catechism Classes, Grades 1-6 p. m. the afternoon on Wednesday, This was followed by a picnic Mr. and Mrs. L. M. PearsalL sen an Carole Allison.: I I
Art Class at Dot Newman's, 8 was a
man, local artist, Channel 5, 7:15 St. William's Church. 10-11 a. m. April 26, that a deteriorating international lunch.. The four generations had a joyful three act comedy directed by'Mrs.1.,FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
p. 'm. till 11
EYC District Youth Meeting, p. m. situation requires increased '"} the MELROSE
p. m. I The guest speaker for morning reunion. Colleen Gilland. Between
Tuesday, April 25 sets entertainment -
Community Church Choir Prac- Palatka, 9 a. m.Walker's readiness on .the part of ,
worship hour at Paran Baptist Mr. and Mrs. Bill Seaward of
Woman's Club luncheon, 1 p.i i the Federal.,Government It will I was pravided by the|I Sunday 9:45: a. m., Churcn
Palatka .
tice, 7:30: m. Boy'6Howlers: ; Prof. Jacksonville
p. '
II Church last Sunday was visited Mrs. Sea- music of Mark
m., clubhouse. JiInIn'1W1lliams School for all ages. 11 a. m.,
further, assume, for of I
PTA, 8 p. m., school auditorium.McKay's 10a.m purposes Uni ward's
FmmetAshcroft of Stetson parents, Mr. and Mrs. WH cfou
; and Dean :
Cub Scouts Den 3 after school the ,exercise, that during the 1. The Morning Worship. 6:30: p. m.,
Women's Bowlers, Pa- Girl's Bowling Team, Palatka versity. He spoke on Christian MannaMrs. ushers were Marian Frediksson..
St. Anne's Parish House. Youth Fellowship.
latka. 9 p. m. 2 p. m.Sunday. afternoon of Thursday, .April 27, Education and the Changing Debbie Ford of Palatka -
recently Truffle Morris, Rita Tillar and BibU
7:30 m.,
Brownie Troop 229, after school, the situation.has. worsened the Wednesday, : p.
Friday, April 21: April 23: :
World. visited her parents, Mr. i
Lynn Ooodbre .
,St. William's Recreation Hall.. Study and Prayer MeetingRev.
Rotary Club luncheon, 12:15: Attend your :Church: See an- point that general war involving Our pastor, Rev. Alton Stephens and Mrs. R. M. Cason. Ted Springer, wstor.
Masonic Lodge Meeting Masonic The Cheerleaders will hold
nuclear attack the U. S., has a
Noon. I nouncements in'other part of this .
is conducting revival services Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Robinsonleft I .
Hall 8 p. m.Redfearn's. become, imminent threat.A dance at thi house t.
an parish Saturday -
Carol and Cherub Choir Prac- column. week in the Central Baptist for Indianapolis, Ind. April ,
O'Connor's and Belote's
tice 345: p. m. First Baptist DeMolay meeting, Masonic Hall monitor [not connected with Church at Sanford. nightApril'22, at 8 p. m. Ad- INSURANCEAutoFireCasualty"
teams in Men's League, Pa- the County rCD will,advise 17.Mrs.
Clay ]
Church 2 p. m.First. ; Mrs. C. E. Sapp,of Palatka Ralph E. Mathews spent mission will be 50 cents drag and
Girl Scout Troop 190, after Baptist Church Intermediate the, director,,regarding tlu exact last ,
Wednesday April 26: visited Mrs. Margaret Stuart last week in Valdosta.Ga.; with 35 cents stag. Bonds and Allied Lines'
school, St. Anne's Parish House. Choir Practice, 6:30 p. m. attack situation for Clay County Saturday her mother-in-law, Mrs. J. E.
Cub Scouts Den 2, after school, ;
Boy Scout Webelo's Den meeting First Baptist Church Concord following the national attack. Mr. and Mrs. John Grant have Mathews.A Faith PresbyterianChurch Reynolds Insurance;
St. Anne Parish House. i
St. Anne's Parish House, 6:30: Choir, Practice, 6':30'p! m. St. Anne's Junior Choir Practice This information ,will be detailed in. a .returned to their home in Grandin surprise ,birthday party was HelroM Agency

p.m. EYC, St. Anne's Parish House, 3:45: p. m. sealed; envelope so no after spending' several weeks in held for Buck King at the homeof :Sunday services-Churcn School } W. L. ReynoldsPh.
be made at this time.A -
Boy Scout Troop 105 meeting 6:30: p. m.Communtty. plans can the North. They have decided 945 am. MOrning Worship. 11
St. Anne's Senior Choir Prac- Conelrad his parents, Mr. and Mrs. 2442 2701
Test is scheduled
St. Anne's Parish House, 7:30: p.'in. Church Young Peo- tice, 7:30 that Sunny Florida is the place Maxie King, Saturday afternoon.He awn Rev. Jaas R. Neale Jr., pas 'Fla.8
ple's Meeting, educational bldg., p. m. from 4 to 4:30: p. m. on Friday* for them!. Keystone Heights, .
15 old.
Prayer Group and Bible Study was years
DuPont's Men's Bowling League, 7 p. m. April 28. Mrs, Dorothy,Murrow and Miss '.
Meeting 7:30: Community Church Mr. and Mrs. Ike Heacock and
A number of agencies with ,
Gainesville, 7 p. m. Student Night, First Baptist Dessie ;-Hurtling of Palatka, and

.. Duplicate Bridge Club, Section Church Services, 8 p. m. Parsonage. radio systems have been requestedto 'Mrs: Bob Mallory of Lundy visit- .- '.. t
. I, 8 p. m., Woman's Club. Monday April 24: Baptist Adult Choir practice have a mobile unit report to ed Mrs. Rebecca Brantley on THE RIGHT POINT for the

Rotary Fish Fry Benefit Can- Girl Scout' Troop '147, in Mel-'. 8:15: p. pi.Thursday.' the Keystone Heights Fire Station Monday.- way you write., Come in and, se
April 27: attack warning [assumed to lect,
upon 'Mrs. Susie Gornto has 1 eturnedTrani jour:
Duplicate Bridge Club Section be'4:10: p. m., April.281. Fire.Ser- visit with her son Fountain Pea TELRGRAPH.Sf 1
n. Woman's Club 10 a. m. vice Police Service, Public, In- a recent;
. and family in Key West.
Garden Club of the Lakes, 11 a.
formation Service and Red Cross
I Hazel Giddin .of Palatkawas :cYPflEt'GARDENS
. Fry sponsored by Keystone Rotary Club at Keystone m., at, home of Mrs. Gay Livingston will,all take part in the alert e*. : ; visiting friends here> Sunday 1 ; ,
Beach 21st 5:30 M. ercise- 'afternoon.: -
April P. Junior Woman's Club board
I; 'Rebecca Brantley.has had a relapse -
Adults $1.00 Children 50c meeting, 8 p. m.McKay's .
of the flu and the second + ,Vff. .
1 w01tlsar"fhl1lwlartJle.lI1p ,
Women's Bowling -
Benefit of The American Cancer Society dividual for his aid. ,,'" -
case in.two weeks.
. Team, Palatka, 9 p. m. So give,-and give generously. of laryngitis .. .: u NORTH DAKOTA

S. E. McKAY Community Church Choir, 7:30p. : Opening Day ProceedsTo | .Charles Brown of pamesvme
i m.Cancer. Go To Cancer Fond, f was a recent weekend guest of his Bismarck is the Capitol city of North Dakota. An eigh

: Associates: Mrs. M. Ilgen & I. ,Brault Crusade On The March George LaRue, owner of ;>,the mother' and stepfather, Mr. and Facial l Hair

Phones The Chairman of South Clay Miniature: Golf Course :[soon to Mrs-r Warren Brantley.' teen-story skyscraper dominates! the plains for miles
, 3071 2391
& 4151
: hour Gone Forever
., County Committee S. E. McKay, open on Lawrence Blvd., next to I;has been evening changed preaching from 7:30 to 8 around. and., houses. ",the. Capitol.' Tourists are delighted.
and volunteer workers will conduct Zike's Decorating Shop will donate :Methods b.y t the statue- of "Bird
, 'clock at Paran BaptISt Church Medically Approved Sakajawea, the Woman" of the
. the annual fund raising and pub- all proceeds of his OpeningDay
. lic education campaign,to conquer to the American Cancer ,Society for the spring and summer' The' best way toeliminate Shoshone_ Indians who guided Lewis and Clark to the
cancer during the month of April. There will be no set:.charge months.jou.the. this exM.. ,,i. ',4 1 West. She faces .the_ setting sun Chimney Butte, the

TONY COVE RESTAURANTOPEN The Keystone Heights Rotary on that day, but all donations to j rj rI I tees is to hair come problem in r;.'of( ....*,.;.tft. ,,;. !! ranch home. of Theodore. Roosevelt. ,1s' nearby., Its cottomvood -

Club will give a helping hand by this great cause will be appreci: I ... ';Ad t .
: sponsoring a fish Fry on.April 21 ated. Opening day will be announ- unlisted number of.CampImmokalee request 'professional t ._? -logs were disassembled. and moved to the

at Keystone Beach starting at ced in a succeeding issue. 4213, so that you may advice. A y. ";. Capitol site.THE .
5:30: p. m. Adult tickets will be $1 Club To Meet call her there during the day.and Case analysla can t"s f" \I' j

t UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT and children under 12 SOc. An The Garden Club of the. Lakes: '[ her, ,home in the evenings, determke.how. ";"', ;:,1;.<*" .
Which to\-cope with year l./it. '
interesting film will be shown im- will meet on Thursday, April 27, i hair condition '\< i ,.}'v
FEATURING- mediately after the fish fry. at 11 a. mat the home_'4LAhL I .MtJ.ILo1in, at the present writing There is no'. t4.- :," '; \ .. .. .
I e.
The American Cancer Society Is Gay Livingston on Nelson's Point. : [if to scheduled to be',on TV one .

: Chicken Shrimp .Fine financed. ,by your, gifts, and is the Mrs. Fremont'Toiles will terve as 'day this ,week, and we hope that. charge sultation lot COnE: .. Dwyer' MEMBER F.DJ.C.A .

only National voluntary agency co-hostess. The meeting will be a ;'her Keystone; ,friends will be tuned Bank
Friendly A Friendly Community
Baskets Sea Food EDJUUID DWYERElectrologist .
: fighting cancer through research, flower arrangement workshopwith I "
. education, and service to the pa- Mrs.J.:'L. Price as guest !Local.Artist AaInOp. TV 1 '\ .I\et'stne Jleights FIp. ..

. ON HIGHWAY 100 tient. speaker and instructor. There will ; Mrs...Dot, [Ghristof feral Newman : ((17 'Years Experience)

OF KEYSTONE As tills dread disease becomes also be an election, of officers. local artist of no small fame, 107 W. Univ.. Ave, GalnesvllkCaH rt
more and more personal, the Can- Bring a sandwich to this meet- IslCt1eduled,1o: ; be on a program FB 2*3S9 for appeintmenl

cer Crusade is-a call -to each In- ing. entitled "Exposition" on Thurs- t. M --.

I -- ---T .. .I Girl Scouts Have ,day this evening] of this week. at '
Exciting Weekend at 7:15: p. m. on Channel S IIi

Intermediate Girl Scout Troop: Gainesville. ,The program will KEYSTONE HEIGHTS S.. MELROSE

SALES ARE BOOMING .' WE'RE CELEBRATING ,.190 of Keystone Heights md Girl |,show some of Dot's work along

Scout Troop 147 of Melrose en- i with the work of other Gaines.. I J
joyed a busy', exciting weekend at 'ville artists of note. Dot, who not
only paints with oils and 'watercolors BUS AEh DIRECtORY
= Ford Dealers' Camp O'Leno near High Springs, !| and'beau ,
v April 14-15. There were, 21, girlsof does landscapes -
'' the Keystone Heights Troop 'jtiful portraits. As if that were not t. .

: perati n who enjoyed shuffleboard, hikes, ''I I enough, she does' a good job of I ,
and outdoor cooking There was jmanaging I a household' keeping APPLIANCE SERVICE GIFTSTOYS'I I, PACKAGE STORE
.. .
no swimming; due to the cool her husband happy, and raising r

,. Volume sales mean savi gs... weather, and the fact that no '!'three da\ hters. Wheeler's Service, Co. /7 i r II Shaughanessy'sPACKAGE

u. c big savings! And because our licensed life-saver' was in the \ On Sunday,'April 30, there 'will (Complete Service On yen a 9i :I .... ...
: new Fords and Falcons are group. Ths girls were chaperonedby ,be an art exposition at the First T'JeyWons-Autonsatip j jfiJ STORE

selling at a, terrific pace, we their leader, Mrs. Richard Lovom ;Federal.National Bank in Gainesville .E ectrical AppllaDees-Outboard : .

can give you a whale of a deal. ,..Miss Linda. Lovorn: and Mrs.; ,:I much of which will be Dot's Motors'eadbrg 50gJ OPEN 8 A.M.-12 PJIL DAILY

So do your budget a big favor Fremont Tones leader of Melrose ,';!work. The, TV program is a-preview Serving Customers since, 1947 I CLOSED SUl--DAYS

take advantage of this Troop 147, who helped supervise. ;: ofv this exposition. -. Rt. 1, Box lal'3ldrose...e.sssi, Ela. Largest & Most CrapJrt flec Keystone Mttrnea h I Ighway

opportunity at your Ford the entire, proceedings, being .a News, Of Brownie Troop 229 1'APPLIANCEST tion of Greeting Cards and Toy I

Dealer's today. qualified camper. At the Brownie Meeting last V la Thi Area

The girls, r' Appliances ,
EASIEST TERMS working on .their square ,.the month. These were far the HARDWARE I

,dancing and folk-dancing badges, 'third graders, Debbie Hawes, ;
POSSIBLE \ : and they plan, to have a party in chairman; Karen Williams, Secretary Washers, and Dryers Brooklyn I C. J. Pete O'Connor

i the near future and invitetheBoy and Bunny Bunce, treasurer
; Zenith T V
Scouts of Troop 105 to come. i Fourth grade officers were Peggy Supply Houue ; REALTOR
e Service On All Make
and dance withthem.Lions' |Shaughnessey. scribe; Betty Mor- V PAINTOutside REAL ESTATP'fOft'lO.OF.SAPPRAIS.ts
Teams Ready To Work ,. dente chairman; and'Sara Lou 1"I II atone"Heigirtsy Phoner4252BOATS 'j i I.1
; House Paint
CaIh III oetow As mentioned last week, the -
[Continued On Next Pare I
luxury ox W the low-ptic field, wildThundtfbifdmpifKl i I Mildew Resistant Keystone Heights, Phone 4297
TRADE OR d Keystone HeightaLions dividing ,
.legoece and comfortA attwr law.tipNO are. SPECIAL $4.95 GALLON .
treod-settw if there, ,ever wos and! pIIIceI..cTRADE their 28 ,members into four r The Boat Bam ..Keystone Heights, Phone 2741 i .
teams to compete in the: collection IOdomfs I RESTAURANT
NEWWay Melrose 6R5-2701. ; .
of donations to pay for:' football; Hardware & ': -

___ _ field lighting. The teams' will be NRUDE I
divided thus: Team "L": LaVigne. I! Supply ; Lawrence Dinette

9 Captain; members are Mullis, La- toP intalOQmWODdnfal \ SALES & II II I HARDWARE -= PAINT j I Short Orders Sandwiches

Alee Terrell, Altman, Cherry, and SERVICECONSTRUCTION I Cement Blocks Red Mix I l Bottled and Draught Beers

Beam. Team T; Darden Captain new 1tirPpat Cement : Sundays Too Closed Monday*
61 FOlD'FAmAN!. Boavtifuly bvo1t to .
toke of itself to 30.000 .: ; members are. Bdote,; Bennett aLucita".Will Paint tab&the j Sinclair Kerosene and ,Fuel Kitchen Open 11 A. M.- P. )f.I .
core goes p .....limes
miter bwweee hb jobs .1,000 miles I Wilson Baker. Lawrence", men ot f T>aiatisg!Cmmythicfc i Meter Service on'1 I Keystone Heights, Fla.
.. Ptlor and Wildt. .Team 0": SChaeffer, .
brokw ,
.. bmwwe oil changes Tnick Sin odtb > <
j.a OMf* t-a\to aticoiiy., 4iloo..... Captain,, members are ,,Slmkln, No stirring or-piiauBr. Bar-Mar Cans' Co. v- I RESTAURANT DRIVE-IN _

.I Brault, Williams} Anthony;. Mc- Spreads casHy-witfe brsA,or BOHR IMPROVEMENTS'; LUMBER, :

Glave, and Haberstroh. Team; roller Dries ,ainntea.taa.lovejy Boom Additions Awnings San Lebrydo LumberCo. i i White Top Drive-in
"N": Bryan Captain; membersare UiasliaUfl.) ft&ieh Florida Booms Garages I
HURRY. ,: 1
Massa Davis ,
Phelps Spence
deaa up with soap(tiMwr4ter.LUQITI. Alsmintan Siding; FHA Loans I .
CASH IN ON THIS Thomas Murrhee. MiVlfcah, and Ph. 4281 :- Lawrence Blvd. We Specialize in Ctotom I I Dinners Sandwich -
Ward. % Cold Beer Sodas
1." NEW Keystone Heights Cut Extra .Lengths .
BIG : On July. 8 the Lions win: giveaway Kiln Dried fine BuJJ4Jq Take Out Orders-

MONEYSAVINGEVENT '61 FALCON TUDOR A falcon with stond- AflMMfea'b, a Jwat, motor,.and trailer: to FLORIST Slater*!* Open 11 a. ra<-MidnR*
Old honimiuioa 32.6
averaged npg M : some lucky from, whom : Fisherman-You Catch and
person Cement Mortar Mix Sheet Rock
the mi' Mobilgos Economy Run-h ghat tewsst-prfced WilliamsFLORIST.NTBSEKT I -
mtleoje i- B they collected-a a donation.,.-- Edna Mill Middlrfra/r Clean 'em-WeTl cook 'em
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B by.a or -grader cor MHM & '. *T9K IJ I on Hyw. at
a.',25-y.M history. 12-. .. ". 1 Note To Interested Persons. .1 WALLPAHR .Ystoottep( tet Phone: BU U1t.% tF'lJ,r.Rt. 2X. Between keystone Heifhti
eland w e : ,r ofeanled : \ FLOWERS & Melrose
_!. After reading, our wrtte-up onthe JlAtd..If..tro 4wtii. .
erpgwrel-.. Instructions in Horseback rid- III 'D..eoSatiII: SMM; bIdeI For A4J .Occasions MILLWORK ,: '

.. .- ing now offered at, ip,:.Tmm>; Jfelrow Phone: GR 5-2331 I WEItL DJULL1NG--

kalee. several.,people tried to. call Ala.Wall Paper GAS-BOfTLED, Keystone, .
the instructor"Mrs. Claire Loire, > .- Mlllwork
p.t'tie number given in test week's : Deourae ti g ,4> Keystone Gas Co. ; I Pap

paper but SF1tZIa t.success. &e l (E .24 :FOUR sly ,WINDOW FBAJIE3" SC3EEN9 I .Ik. .
fact Mrs'Luhre'can't be Intyro' J. /
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can' .'. L. '
placesat once,par che .. : '
I Distributor of Sash fi40 TofcOrdr Mathew8.Wd} Drilling

i Falcon Futura-Compact Cousin Of The Th und rbird_ -No yr At Your Ford Defers! stay at home and give instruc/- i ,H e h Ph.45tla.. SAF. GAS! Keystone Heights. ,. I i r'" {MELIiOSBtl3R 5-5101 .

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fYyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy.K' The refreshment concession was June. essional singer and TV entertainer TTYTTTTVYTTYVYYYYYYYYYYYTYTYTYTYYYTYYTTTYTTYYTTYYMWS : PHONE or TELL-A-WOMAN.; "

E-Y S.T'cr'N'E taken care of by Dianne Brokas, New officers will be installed at I is the nephew"of''Mr. and li1rs. 6$ INTEREST 'TO COLORED -rSta reporter... I 'HtJlL'S: ,

Susan Cook, and Reba .Hall. the May 23 ,meeting-the' final i Leo LeBlanc., Toral parishoners. Family Lootear Sp 1 +cLiliat"1
The dance was well a.ttendett luncheon meeting of the Club We are always happyj T;fen- he CITIZENS. OF BRADFORD COUNTYBy Carnation Club Jarfflan Shoes fot Men

including teen-agers as well as year Officers recently] 'elected'are comes 'to \1ist. The regular meeting ,of the Jarmah Jr. for Boys

1AAL.. senior citizens. All seemed to have Mrs. Henry Micfele, president; St. William's Altar Society met: Ozora Shell Carnation Club was held at the Rhythm Step; Vitality for: Ladies

3iAi4AAA..1.wiwIContlnued equally as good a tim Mrs. Julius Hanson, vice'presl- ::Monday evening. April 17t and: ., ., , ,'. ." .,... 1" :. .. 1 . Reno Theater with President W. Orthopedic Shoes- for Infanta
I dent Mrs. William Davie \ elected officers for the coming i .' 1 Brooks in Fla.
From Preceding Page The hall had been tastefully decorated ; corresponding charge. Plans were On The Square ,Gateesvi9e,
by Alex Brokas Susan secretary; and:: .M_ rs.!|I!, year. They will be Mrs. Lena,Clec Attractions ether expressions. Harry ,Young1a91eader ; made for our club' anniversary : -
O'Connor, treasurer. I Cook Dianne Brokas Reta Hall Arthur Mann r1ng;;board of Di- c imen.s.! president; Mrs. ShirleyI There will be three, "May Day" : reporting: Which will be held on the 4th

Rotarians have Nice Dance I.I Margaret Muir and Mary Ann rectors.Birthday. j]I I Wh1 don, vice president; and Mrs: activities' : during' the month of Allen Chapel A. M. E. Church, Sunday in May. Speaker and 1 I
AVlpujrh It was a rather chilly!i i Schaeffer. Party Happy Occasion I,: Mary K. Schaeffer. secjetaryi May>>: in :Bradford County schools. participants to be named later. : Radio-TV RepairNEEL

evening. the dance at Keystone : Woman's Club Notes Monday evening, April :17, Mrs. i i treasurer. Plans are under way RJE, May 4; Thurston School. otservV Rey. L. pastoral A. Sampson pastor, win j We are pleased:: to report our

Beach Pavlllion on Saturday even- Beryl McQuaig of Johnson, was ;;; to hold Installation services' with May 10.; and'C. C.. Anderson, May day on SundayStarting' I member. Mrs. Jimmie Thomas, :
ing, April 8, sponsored by theeystone Have you been to the Keystone the guest df honor at a oirthday 1 I|[ the Altar Society or St. Edward'sin 18.: All of these activities, will be \}'ith Sunday School' at 10'a. improving ant well on her way to I
m.. Miss Fannie B, Frazier in
Heights Rotary Club., Heights Woman's Club Library party given by Mr. and-Mrs..Harold Starke sometime in May. It Interesting. and entertaining. Wit! complete recovery: Our hostess for
lately? They have all kinds of charge; \l a. w- morning worship MOBILE RADIO
was a big success financially and
Ridaught at the Ridanght will probably bet an' installation plenty of refreshments on sale.Plan the next meeting will be announced -
good reading there. Mrs. JaM I ; ff<< p.1! m: gvening worship. All
otherwise. home Peach Street. Mr. Rid- dinner. to each of these in next
on np.w atielid, the issue. Watch this
Highlights of the evening was I Bird librarian says she has a full is Mrs. I Personals pio rams'that' j leaders:aV asked. ,'to"s menders 234: N. TEMPLE; AVE.
aught McQuaig's son. f hive'beeri plannedfor '' paper for the time and place of
;' shelf of all new books and is 'and.-maie:: ; a'-fujl) report.; Please
the ex-
floor show which took .
place Thirty-three guests-most>y relatives Mrs. Cora Marshborn was in yonV entertaiinttent. notify Your church our anniversary observance. -A. (located in North, Florida
during the first and second Intermission. I i pecting more soon and her probi = enjoyed the party. They I town for the weekend at her; little FIesta SocbJ'C hi b i iThe \ of all sick' R. Jenkins, reporter; Sarah Mor- ,
Co. store
i lem is in finding members so that .the same'may be Supply )
During the first Inter- accomodations .
included Mr. and Mrs: Harold home on Lakevlew Drive; coming Fiesta Club meeting' has included ris, reporting I
mission.! Ginu Massa and Susan!I for them all. Ridaught and> all of their family; I from Tallahassee where she i& cur- been changed to Uitf fifth Saturday ip our report to the, New' Bethel Baptist Church is Phone WO 4.5521.
Baker, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. The April 25 luncheon meetingwill Waterpak paper: The"pastor Is calling official
and Mrs. Leon and
Mr. Ridaught I I rencly working in the Engrossing April 29. at' the still KIddie
sponsoring Koliege for
George Massa qrwf Mr. and' Mrs be to honor new members family; MrsBill; Roberson and and Verifying Department of the Club house. 'President DrSue is 1 board'nieettng at 4 p. m.Sun. community children. Mrs. 'Bessie i If nq' answer call
Tony Baker. ttd a clever tap 'who have joined the club this I f members ., April:: 23; All officers' are i WO 42113That's :
family; Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence I Senate during Legislature.; This asking all to observe asked to Lee"Is teacher in charge.
be ;
number. Another tap number was year. Guest speaker of the after- Ridaught of Johnson; Mr. and i i. is nothing new for Mrs. Marsh- this change and attend the meeting present"Miss1 en time.Don't I II I

done by Renee Belote. daughter of noon will be Mr. Boone of Jacksonville Mrs. Ford Hensley and family of burn who is retired from the on time. Several, new: personsare forget contestTWno the Allenchapel" ,

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Belote. and Pam who will speak on color Melrose; Mr. and Mrs Charles State Dfpt. where she worked for expected' to join,during this : will be
Thompson daughter of Mr. and ,i schemes in the home. Poster, Jr., of Hutchinson Lake; 2Q years. She is always happy to month. Don't forget t the big-dance: Tlie'coiiteat crowned' queeiiof the church? Our Business"If -

Mrs Norman Thompson. All four I I The meeting of Florida Federation and Mr. and Mrs. Walt Pericer, of get home to Keystone, if only for being sponsored,: by. this club on ? service'will! close Sunday during: Junior theevening GLAS.. It's Glass We Have It'

of the youngsters are members of :> of Woman's Clubs, District Palatka. a day or two and she plans to Saturday; May 6. at Kelly's Nite *
the local .dancing class. Their I 15! which was scheduled for May Where's The Fire come home on alternate week- TJmtt Music will be 'furnished by c'liulrh"nieetrig each Mon.at: 5 CALL WRITE or VISIT

clever costumes were the products j 16, has been postponed'' to June During the week, when the fire ends. "The ,Fabulous Four of Gainesville p; m.- 'aIrl'' -Scout'meeting' i : '$. P. ml

of their clever mothers. Carol ,I 113. This will be a work-shop typeof siren goes off we aren't too concerned Airman 1-C Oather and Mrs. featuring Bobby ,McKnight everyThurs. ,;" :. room. ? 22, RJE.-E. Joe Peters Glass Co.

Baker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. meeting lasting' all morningand t but on Saturday or- Sunday Queen and daughters of Orlando. and Jackie Ferguson. ThU is the J; Givens" ;.rep" 1Ur. .

Bill Baker, gave a vocal' selection. afternoon.The we always think of a drown- have been spending a.few days in same combo that'played for the Pleasant- Grove: MethodistChurch I FOR ANY GLASS NEED.
During second 'intermission. Keystone Woman's Club ing or some similar water tragedy. Keystone with Mrs. Queen's par American' Legion Post Lincoln- Rev I:,. H* McLendonj'' We Design Modem Store Fronts

Mrs. George"* LaRue and Floyd will make 50 favors for the State So when we heard the siren Sat- eats Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bleha. Douglass banquet. and dance. You pastor, held services all day Sun Just, Mail Us A Pattern for.

Baker rendered vocal selections. convention in Miami., early in urday evening at about 7:30, like MrS. Mabel Hiers of 'Charleston, will q miss a hurley-gurley treat if I day :starting with Sunday Schoolat ? Table Tops

other Keystoners. we had a ?e\v S. C. has gone to Jacksonville you miss their down-beat: Clar- 10:30 a.: m. Supt. Leo DeSue '

anxious .moments. It seems that after spending a- week with'! her ence DeSue;' president;( P. : Cum. :. in charge; 11:30,8.' m. morning 1313 N. ,v.4th PI. Gainesville, Fla P4one'FR2.1353'

two youngsters, aged 7 qnd 12, son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and mings reporter worship; 3:30 fc.la1'board- ;; 5:30: -. .
? SERVIC were lost in the woods somewhere Mrs. N. W. Hardenbergh. iu Jacksonville 400 Soe1aI'ClUb Youth Meeting,with Grace' DeSue J' ,. ." ". I. .
i and search'parties were"organized Mrs. liters will visit another -, The meeting, was' held at the' president, in charge; 7 p m. .

f to find them. Fremont daughter, Mrs.. Renee'Hiatt.. regular time and. place. with. most' evening' worship was conducted by
Tolles local attorney, and memberof Mrs. E. V. Wldegreh of Glen of the members> present. Vice- the pastor: Yfe wish.0 ..to. thank, all
the search party, found the Cove N, y arrived laSt' week for president Rtfoecca'Allen was in our piesibers and friends for

two of them so everything. turned a visit with her son and fa.palUVMr. charge. Devotion included,prayer makh4 i :our rally a complete suc- r

t.ut happily. j and.Mrs. E. V. Widegren Jr.. and scripture by Dea. Carlwell. cess with.y.; iir'l,, help time combined
CHURCH NEWS J. R. Blackwell of 'Philadelphia The business of the club was total was 4p9. Please. reraemlierto

I SALES I St. Anne's Episcopal was the guest of' Mr. 'and Mrs. transacted and several' new appli- visit_,our'sick $' P. shut-in
s> The covered dish supper at the Charlie McQlave and familyover cations were processed for mem- members, as well 1 as communityfrie'nds.

Parish Hall Wednesday night was the weekend. Mrs. McGlave is Mr. bership.: The financial secretary Algae DeSue, reporter. tE1 .

r rnrl%wu SERVICE well attended and enjoyed by all. BlackwellV daughter. Mr. Black- succeeded in getting a permanent wek hey 1tePoi'tu S y -

After the supper there was a good well went to Daytona Beach permit for the financial drive now ,The-. staff' wishes to welcome) .

; r'aC old-fashioned song-fest, with Mrs. where he will be for a time, and in progress by this club. The clubis. Alenef DeSue to the rfporterialStaff

eO\P RC1CTOR ltcvt4 Alex Brokas at the piano, and the McGlaves and their? childrenwill .still open for new members and. ',for. this; section of the Bradford .
Mrs. C. J. O'Connor and Father visit him from time n time. the joining fee is just $2. We are County Telegraph. Let's,. keepin r

STEREO&BAOIO WOodland SERVICE ON Bill Breyfogle acting as singing DeMolay Meeting still watching and waiting for you touch with people and events

WJS: A REPAIRS ALL MAKES leaders. There will be a meeting ,of the to come in. We regret the passing, in; our-cry. \Vp have miss

.-- 4-69O1 On Friday April 21, the mem- DeMolay at the Masonic Templein of' our neighbor and friend Mrs. ed newh. from; Npw Hope Bapt., .
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\ RADIO .. bers of EYC are invited to a.1.1I Keystone Heights on Sunday Ethel Mae Perkins, wno was' Church of God In Christy; Free
SHEPHERD I dance at Trinity Church in St.' afternoon April 23, at 2 p. m. funeralized at Free Caanan Caanan Church of opd In Unity;

vnMAND.c Augustine from 8 to 11:30: p. m. All boys 14 to 21 are invited. All Church of God in Unity --n Sunday Bethlehem ?freewill Bapt., First

!UN--OWNIR. 412 E. (CALL STAR1iEAttellon On Saturday morning, the EYC parents of the boys are urged to i with Rev. Sampson White, Born Temple, Ebenezer Bapt. and
boys and girls [wake up, kids!] accompany them. A flower talk: pastor officiating. Mrs. Perkins Mt.l.ioo..napt. We know that the

will attend the District Youth will be given. died at Bradford County Hospitalon pastors have not suspended the I .

: Meeting at St. Mark's in Palatka, .Friday, April 7. She leaves to members hie Rev. Adams Clayton
i which stalls at 9 p. 1 1. The pro alt TCUUaa't' Catneilt Chaiel. mourn her passing a devoted hus- .Powell" ..._who, did L so in order to get
Livestock Producers! gram will be presented by Rev. Relaten'8tldatl. band, several'children'and a host $1 per member for re-instatement

Walter Smith of Holy Trinity of Sunday Masa at 8:30 a. m of other relatives and friends. tee orf the building program that

If you have hugs or Gainesville. Holyday Mass at '1:00'a: e: This club extends deepest sym- netted' Absyinnia: Bapt. Churchof

cattle to sell now or in I First Baptist Church Tuesday Ma it 8:00: a.' ai. pathy to the family. Many of our 'New York'City s11p00. Let's PHONEwo

r the future please con ,. At the evening service Sunday, Confessions before' all Ifasset?. members attended'the funeral. All wake.up, reporters and get into
April 23. some students from St. marriage and, toitmctions members asked to support the
tact one of the buyers Baptisms, ,- are orbit'We have not heard from 44io1Office
1 r John's Junior College in Palatkawill by appointment. financial drive now in progress the:new' reporters, of New. BethelBapt
at Copeland Sausage '- '
be on hand to take part in and attend all meetings on time. ?, or New Mt. Pisgalt AME
i Company and give them Student Night service at,6,Q.'cloc COMMTJXnT CHURCH Audrey Mae Gibson pres., Rosa. Church. What about Lawtey andHainjytqn

an opportunity to buy !t&1. Community Church News KEYSTOtmGRTS; Lee Green,,reporting. ?, Let us hear from you. and 'School
your livestock. 14 The men of the church will Dr. A. C. Holt, Minister Thurston School News We also invite news.from Brooker: Supplies

I have a dinner in the educational Mrs. J. L. Hetheris&' a You are cordially Invited to attend and ;" ,eye .River.: Remember, .this

COPELAND OFFERS YOU building at 6:30: p. m. Monday Organist and Choir Dtree' r." a program and play at the is yqar Bradford, County Telegraph BRADFORD TELEGRAPHS

4 BIG ADVANTAGES! April 24. Sunday School, 9:30: a"", m. Morning school on Monday, April 24. at 8 ;'u you want news while it County

I A Family Night covered dish : Worship 11:00 a': m. p. xn. Title. of the play is "Good 1 is nets: I 'ELEGRA H': 'TELE-: 1

1. Cash market day. I supper will start at 6:30: p. m. Friday Neighbors." Most of the.characters .. ..n'-vr'f "HI"- -__ "v.' n w, .
every April 28. in the educational ST. ANNE'S EPIISScO1'ALCRUECH are pupils In the first grade. A T"V_, ..,.. .--._ -
2. No commission. I' building. New members of the KEYSTONE playlet oil the nine school months N -A1. .1r' .- KI . 0' .
Sundays 9:30: a. nt::, Church I
I church who have joined will also be presented. Many other ,
3. Special corisideration given to meat the past year will be honored. School. 9:30: a. mi:, ..Morning numbers will appear:on !the program -

type. h0gs: I I The United Church Women, 'of Prayer and Sermon 1st Sunday that will include remarks w
Holy Communion].. 6 jn., Episcopal
whom Mrs. David: Nelson is the p from our county ..supervisor. Will
4. Can furnish hauling for sufficient State President will meet in Daytona Y ung' Churchmen.. you be present? You will miss a QUICK I >' j I4.
Holy Days 7:30 ni. Holy
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quantities.CALL Beach at the Tourist Churchon treat if you do not see and hear I r '. '. J
: Communion:
May 15, 16. 1'l and anyone who this program. Don't forget the
Third Wednesday Parish 34'f .
COLLECT HO 2.3011 would like to attend is asked to May Festival on May 10 featuringthe .4. I
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contact Mrs. Nelson at 4119 to arrange Covered Dish Supper, ( or
CLAUDE PHILLIPS THERON HUDSON for reservations, transportation P. m. of Lincoln High.School under the! !

PRESTON POLE etc. The Rev. Millard H. Breyfogle, direction of Jerry Miller, Gaines- ., .. ".. '
St. William's Catholic Vicar. ville. All the schools in the coun-

Those who attended the 8:30: ty have been invited to partici ., '.
Sunday April 16. had the FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Mrs. teacher-re : f "
Mass on pate. S. C. Price ,
CopelandS .
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rare treat of hearing Johnny Le- porter. ., ".

I Blanc of Windsor, Ontario sing a R. Smith, pastor, Ralph} .Marriage. Announcement ,'- .. .. .'
Angelicus. Johnny a pro- Mrs. Batten Williams F f. ,,- _
FLORIDA Panis Sally
Copeland, Minister;, of Music and "
t t church organist. wishes td announce the marriageof 1, ;
her Clara Mae, to
: Services:* Sunday School 9:45:
Ralph Chester Sharpe las Satur- "
'\ a. m. .Morning Worship, 10:50 a. Jim .
The is resident of ? ;
7:00'P. day. groom a Ee ,
m. Training Union m.

Evening services 8:00: p: in. You' Lake Starke.City,A but reception is now will, employedin be held ,i" ,, ,' .- -" '. ...... > ; ai! ;>;-.,, .. -. .-I
are invited to share family Prayer
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Vv I in honor of the couple at the '. ,.. '" .... *;r <; .. -
time with us. : ,
home of Mr. and Mrs. John Cummings ': -:. .; .j ; : .
t iI I i Pleasant Grove Saturday t" t ; ': \ ';; 't. ....... ,

THE RIGHT POINT for ,the'! at '8:30-p. .m..Friends of the cou- ., / ,;$ ... .. s \ ., "

v way your you write.favorite: Come ESTERBROOK In and select ple are invited will be to sent.attend.The No couple Invitations r'f .-1" 1 t"% t ) ti( \ t'., .

s Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH. is at home at 717 N. Oak Street : 7 i
Starke. -Staff
reporter. ,
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Primary OperettaAn .J o <:5. ,'f'.1. : w ,
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operetta "The Wedding of 1 \
The Board of County Coinm1 sJon- ; ". "
err of Bradford County Florida, the Flowers," will be presented by ,. : '
will receive sealed bid on May 2, the primary department of Ander- .
19(1at 10:00 a, m., in the' courthouse '
for the following pieces of son Junior High Lawtey at 8 p. ; : with nee fl1! l ess.. .
l .. equipment which may be'.een.. It m. Monday.April 24. The public

.. s. Street.the County Barn on. North Water Is fn11te !.-C. C. Anderson, prin- #*'! ', > ''qufc&rtcbveiy.elftpfrld' waitirKo f hc ... 'ter.
1. One F-( Ford Truck. Old Motor cipal. .
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No. BR-TL 513554. .f ._ '
{ %. One 195:, L200, InternationalTruck ct.... reh News -)ine i water hes&f eo ware with the feper- peed of a'
: (U 1 IT TIME TO Only, 0 bids CyL that will corer, both Mt.; Madai Methodist Church r r, k-ieco: tery'"!lamer electric water heater. This remarkable

.' pieces of equipment will bi accfpt- .E v. L H. McLendon, pastor, will u insurer for '
heater the : larger fcmilifiSvto.reqWre'a.
ed. Vt& ,# .
TRADE-II N ? : :
THINK OF A hold regular service on Sunday .
J.', The Board reserves the right to. : ; witerinabuny.CLEAN '
,. -?1.'.:' '. refuse any and all .bid. starting with Sunday School at :

You'll save financing a new 1 car .... (SEAL Ioard'Of) County Commissioners 10 a. m., Supt. Robert Dell in I No tOBstant-tFnrniBg; pilot light. /no toot and greasy -
money ,'. f' : :.: Bradford County. Florida; bi1 btt a)fcyflassa.saJENti:: Ansoluldyfiee fi OID scary"blast cm"a'
{ and I l By, Charles A. Darby Clerk. charge; 11 a. m. morning worship; v iM-T > .OTTu4 vouf electric light.Up '
loan. Come in get of" *. Noiseless as
I with a bank auto ,_ .: ':'. I-l. ,,:t 4.20 I 6:30 V m. evening worship. Last .

details! ". Sunday .the morning worship was ';i -. $\ fc-SAFEi No flame or fumed to worry about.Assaret peace of '
the money-saving : ; 1 .
; '\;.; <1 :"! ; .: : conducted by Steward Board No. -. .COMPACT!,S tei.Yauabde epac Needs no Tent or flue.tycte '

2, Mrs. Ethel Young president. An ,,1 f4y even in closet ECONOMICAL Cheaper to operate- '
WILLIAMSJEWELIY inspiring sermon was delivered by s' .
; .0 ; tviciYia: >mWabrgg bm8aiathanever.NISIr j
Rev. Obie DeSue., Don't'-tofget our

ral&.,zgowjln progress feach member ft iniSisa Florida fcomemaim Bare already switched to

: is asked to do his best,Please '. fiamdess electric water hen jRra.JJya &M'ourSeeyourappliance

FLORI DA WATCHES DIAMONDS'r ate the following weekly acti- r.pluniber, or-electrical -contractor for the style you'll wait.
sties: Ttus.! Prayer Meeting led '
REPAIRS J by Rev. Obie DeSue and officials;

.. ,- .' All Work, Guaranteed. 'Choir No. I. rehearsal t and 2nd f'! -ihtha ) <<, :
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{ mmminONE : 1 : : : 1 1 Jt A. C. William Fri- ,night, ,Mrs. Mary Ella. Coleman fr- ffllf.

: : pres..; Choir No. !I, 3rd and rTu > "
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Starke. Fk. < ", :, 4th Wed. nigM.'Cornelias Hunter, : | i ij J(1 .u' IrE I. ; t '. I f' seMPAIT
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to August 4, except for the week 1i done by an1 optometrist. ] .... ... ... -
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ElementarySchool is, a"have" .4 II II '
of July 4, the instructional swimming -I i 1 PersonalsMr. I.'i : white in color. The Pascal varietyis I der inner stems for salad sandwiches -
or "have-not" when it I often sweeter and more tender. I and. eating raw. Leaves ,
HAMPTONBy program will be held at and Mrs. Thomas Wads- r7 Home DemonstratIonI 'I
comes to a library-and if there is I
Celery contains some vitamins add spicy flavor ,to soups, stews,
Camp Blanding facilities on worth and family of Bunnell and
onet, well-equipped is it?.
; and minerals. The sauces, and meat toa've Raw
: variety
\ Notesby green
Airs. D. E. Hill Kingsley Lake again this year.p Mr: and Mrs.: Gordon 'Wadsworth : a ,. '
On checking this week found provides leaves
we some vitamin A. Celery make attractive garnishesfor
The school will run "
through and family of Gainesville
were .
1AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAWater more than 2,000 books in the has roughage and and salads. Leaves
is low in calor- soups can
Hampton each morning to pick up 'visitors here with Mr. and Mrs.G. ) .
school library. This includes:all wj. be dried crumbled fine, and used
students taking part. To be eligible < P. Wadsworth I .
Shortage, Then during the ,'i N Home Demonstration ies.There's
Electric Power Failure for the program, each student weekend. kinds: fiction biographies reference :,'. Agent no Taste with celery.j later for seasoning. 'Even the
books encyclopedias various I water in which is cooked
In Hampton Last WeekendA must have been in the public Visiting here Sunday with Mr. of books Starke Senior 4-H Club 1:nes, such as shoulder, underarm, The outer stalks are best as a I celery
types written for various can be used for stock and
burned-out motor and switchon ,schools for at least one year. and Mrs. J. A. Williams were Mrs. reading' 'and interest levels. All The Starke Senior Girls' Club and waistline seams. Since darts cooked vegetable, saving the ten I III I sauces I

M. L. Watterson's town waterworks BUS Chorus Here Slay 2 Williams' sister Mrs. Mann, of these are hi addition .to any and really had a treat at their meet- very often need changing it is
pump left the city of The Bradford High School Brooker, and children.Mr. all textbooks used in the class ing Tuesday when Marilyn Mc- best to have them basted in for]
Hampton without city water last Girls' Chorus a vocal group of and Mrs. C. R. Cox and rooms. Crary and Susan Sapp served first fitting. I
weekend from' Friday morning approximately 60 will present a children drove to Crescent City yeast cinnamon buns which they Whatever type of foundation Spring Truck Sale "
until late Saturday evening. program at Hampton Elementary Sunday to visit Mr. and'Mrs. Leon Each room at Hampton Elementary had made. The two girls are taking garment and other undergarments, : .

Damage to the pump motor was School on Tuesday May 2,at 10:45a. : Sauls and famly, former Hampton has the use of the library for yeast breads as a protect and .will be worn with the dress should I BEST DEAL ANYWHERE on NEW &USED TRUCKS
caused for an earlier electrcal m., Mr. Hobbs said this week. residents. at least one hour ,each week, J. this was their exhibit. be worn for the fitting. The dress t

storm last,week; then an electrical Graduation Date Set James Thomas son of Mr and C. Hobbs school principal'explained. Club members hope Marilyn and should be placed on the figure ,.
breaker in .the midst of Saturday Eighth-grade graduation exercises Mrs. Frank Thomas Is now em- New books are added to the Susan will make another exhibit.At right side out with cente front e SALES PARTS .0 SERVICE

evening's storm made for further at Hampton Elementary ployed with the Law Engineering library throughout the year; he this meeting Audrev Flakes and back portions of the dress adjusted ,"..
delay in pumping the huge water School will be on Monday even Testing Co. in Jacksonville. He said, and present expenditure a- gave a talk on Home Safety and to its corresponding place ." ,
storage tank full enough for use. ings May 29, the day before had been working with the State mounts to about $1.50 per pupil Alice Crews showed how to bathea ment on the body. If possible fit CHEVROLET AND
Electrical power was broken at school recesses for the summer on Road Dept. per year. baby. before a full length' mirror or a ROBERTSGreen OLDSMOBILE;

about 7 p. m.' in parts or Hampton Tuesday, May 30. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Mengof In addition to the local school Fit Is Important long triple mirror. .

staying off nearly six hours First-Grade Visitation Toledo Ohio have been visiting library, teachers here and students Half the style of a smart dressor Skill in fitting comes with prac Cove Springs Ph 3033

until a new cable could be strung A visitation day at the school here with their sons, Paul and! from grades 5.8 have access suit is in the way it fits. If you tice. In order to be successful in '-

from the Baptist Church along for children beginning the first Francis Meng, and their families. to the county bookmobile, which make your own clothes, fkill: in fitting, one must learn the essentials
Florida Avenue to the maLt streetOther grade will be Friday May 19. Afl Mr. and Mrs. John Parker attended stops here every two weeks. fitting is insurance against a of good fit and be willing to

areas lost power for a children who will be In next fall's the steak broil at NewnarfsLake Through this, thousands -morebooks homemade look. work. This calls for try-ons.

shorter time, with repair crews first grade are,to visit that morning I Saturday, sponsored by the are available to Hamptonpupils Bulges, wrinkles and excess fullness checking fit, making pin changes,
working throughout several hoursof I through the lunch period, Sunland Training Center for employees than are owned by this disturb the planned effect ofa basting again and rechecking un-I
high winds, rain and lightning with parents asked.to come during and their families. l library. stylish silhouette. Also a garment til the garment fits satisfactorily. ; 'a'aNATURAL

House-To-House Canvass that day to register the children. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Williams Recommended libraries prescribed that does not fit well will Celery Plentiful Now

For Cancer Fund Monday\ Eye Tests Completed and sons of New Port Richie visited in the magazine article have not be comfortable to wear. Right now is a good time to .

Approximately $40 was,collected All children at,the school here here last weekend with her 6,000 to 10,000 books for 200 to Clothes fit when they corre- buy celery. It's plentiful and the
Monday of this week in a house have been given eye tests during parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. 1,000 pupils. With an enrollmentof spond in size and shape to a person's price is right.
to-house canvass in Hampton for ,the past few months and letters Horne.
150, and books available figure without spoiling the Signs of quality in celery are ,;wp ,
the American have been sent to
Cancer Society. parents of about Mrs. Oscar Davis who has beenstaying t ,
through this proportion of the design and thick meaty, solid stalks chat'
Mrs. T. J. Alderman is in charge 12 children who showed that further with Mrs. Florrie Belle library and the are .. '
without_ restricting the wearer'smovement. brittle enough to
of the drive for the Hamptonarea. eye examinations were need Brown and helping her care for bookmobile. Hampton Elementary snap eas'ly. You
can discover the pithy stalks by Dependable -- Economical;
ed. her mother, Mrs. Eva :Slit is School should stand high on the
Unless the is pressing or twisting the stalk.
garment a very
SCHOOL NEWS Visual tests were given with the spending this week visiting with one simple it should be
one fitted on The Pascal
variety has
Register Now For Swim a green
Program use of the Keystone, Telebinocular relatives near Gainesville.Mr.
schools who do have libraries. the figure before it is permanently color, while blanched celery. or CITY OF STARKE GAS UTILITIES DEPT
forms for the sum machine, which measures seeingfor and Mrs. George Saxon returned ,
stitched along important basic the golden type, is pale to
mer swimming program were sent distance, close work, each eye last weekend from Pompano green
home with students of Hampton separately, and finds defects where they had been visit- -

Elementary School this -week, much more scientifically than by ing. Staying here with them and

Principal J. C.. Hobos said, and the use of a simple eye, chart. with Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Birt have rry,4 5.. .ay. a'aYd3 'Va'c k? .
parents are urged to fill out the Children who have defectsas been Mrs. Inez Alford and son. ( ?5 n'a2,aC\o a?rw \ y dA
forms and return them as soon as eye Johnny of Jacksonville. I;''.R.A..; .x.;a',,a.b. '. ',_ e
shown by these tests \ ;
possible. mended to arc recom A. M. Wflitterson: of Greenville, ate;y.r,(++'triA..,,,,/,z rA.,+yi i :1.r;3,:, :x r.; ?',:Xis..r;,.:c JLat(, ;.Ar,: 'rc \;..y ,m.
have further tests n : { .
Scheduled to run from June 12 eye S. C. has been visiting here for .w, .ea..; a.A yr>rl.,;0:fit.9'.3c.3),. \K''n. 4;:,v..v'x.).@ '23x.

t the last two weeks with hIs brother

ATTENTION and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs..
M. L. Watterson.Mr. .
FLORIDA MOTORISTS and Mrs Charlie Sapp' of
Palatka spent Saturday here with
Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Cox.
Mock\ Trial Finds Suspect

Not Guilty Of Robbery <{ :
I "The defendant'is found not r

I guilty.That was the judge's verdict,, ;
after: a hung Jury, in*a mock trial ''&$;: : I Ia
in the fourth and fifth grade

rooms at Hampton Elementary !
School last week.

The courtroom procedure was

project of Mrs. Rebecca Jusick's ',,- : I \ .. : .c I
room at-the school here when .. -
Edward Loper was "tried" in a x
$400 bank robbery case. When the 3

12 on the jury-Ronald Birt, Tom ; < :

Hardy, Irene Hart, Sally Ann S' d % c3 I L i v .'
Hunter, Randall Hayes Jerry. .
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Brown, Brenda Brown Phyllis i4:5?: .?4'? :,.'p.'( ''i4 3-
Ronald Knight Marylou {r \ .: a '
Meng '
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<"'i'w.: .,. M1 ;
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t Cooper, Mary Alice Parker, and a .fz':r'ru

INSURANCE Raymond Thomas-could not decide I

on ,the verdict, Matthew : I

1. ttarfowrfttei! Packham as judge declared the xti3r k

defendant innocent. : AM. .
2. &ftddwrMmg. Others taking part were Ronald ., w r b f 1 <

Hagon, lawyer for the defense: : h / a... .
3. Local .g t Mrvtes Charles Breeden, prosecuting lawyer .

; Terry Breeden as recorder; : ,
Ask u* about the new low cost Automobile Pol... Gary Johns as bailiff; Plen I -

ida written by The Trav.len-the Company Gnann as clerk. Madonna Meng,,

that invented automobile insurant. Paula McElroy, and'Sharon Brown
were witnesses for the defense:
Rita Meng Dianne Brown and
-\l1'0510JUt.- -- -. .(. -, : Carolyn Meng were witnesses for: < Iv :
xsy. :1 :
SERVICE PLEDGE the prosecution. In the court were ar 2 .x.e :
Deborah Hill Eloise Hines Joanne -

Slade, Michael Newsome and
Mrs. Jusick. S
School Library Facilities

Charley E. Johns AgencyPhone At"Only Hampton one Rate U. S.Bifh grade school

out of three has a library.National

WO 4-0121 131 S. Walnut St. Library Week is a good time 'to ,, ,, fix. 1>-
Starke, Fla. check your own school. rav' r
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