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 23, 1959
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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# #h'Y 6,500 Lots fe Drive; Begins .

Mrs Ned Yaneey [left) and

f Mrs David Montgomery president -

To Be PlattedNegroes ;. "" ...., 1r of Beta Sigma Phi cot
I + off to a rood start in the bons
:. 'to house cancer drive which

;f;:' started Monday night with a
I i Bob Byers, president of Subdivision would eventually be built, or when Y check from Judge E. K. Ferry

I Marketing, Inc., Monday construction on the first would man. The heavy rains Monday

i night: outlined to members of the begin' Byers declared, however, and Tuesday nights interfered
Bob Byers (left), president of Subdivision :Mark marketing plans for housing:; development in Southeast : Keystone Heights Chamber of that the extensive lay-out, em-I with the canvass which

eting. Inc.<< ('onf'rrf'(1Ionda: )' night with J. R. Bradford Count)". Pictured below "is aerial j Commerce plans for promoting bracing more than 1,000 was to hare been completed
Strickland ,(renter), president of the Keystone 'Keystone. Club Estates, proposed would have between 5,500 and :Monday night The sororitywill
%'if'of. the df'\'(>lopnJPnt art'aith dotted) lines
housing development in the southeast 6,500 homesites to offer to -
Chamber of Commerce, and S. K. :McKay, secretaryof prospective call on homeowners some
..110\\approximate: boundaries. tip of Bradford County. owners. \ evening this week with literature -
the Keystone Heights Country Club, concerning I j tAt
Unable to say how many houses He said that houses would be and a request for donation

,1. ""'I5: -\Jh_ .. _.... ..-_- built mostly on a contract sales i *.
basis-to be built as sold. First

construction will be on a "string" No-Decision Meeting
T a of models from which buyers may
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choose in selecting their future

borne.Byers scotched rumors that the Tax Troubles PassedTo

s I development would be in the "low
cost" bracket, stating that prices
could range from $9,000 to17OOO"
,Fa4ir $ with the largest part

; R in the relatively higher priced Johns ConnerBradford
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bracket. .Prices will depend on location -
of, the lot and type of, ,
home desired, he said, and the I

homes will be designed by archi- County officials kick-i School Board and 40 per cent toi j i,Board should wait until such
ects: of high repute to avoid any ed the revenue football around the Commission. time as Hill-Burton federal funds

p+.e da 'look alike" atmosphere in the for almost two hours Saturday Saturday's pow-pow, which I j:'|I lire available and not attempt<<: any
development. morning,. then dropped the problem found representatives of the two expansion program with local

Subdivision Marketing, Inc.. I "kit and caboodle." in the : funds alone.
with headquarters at present in laps of Senator Charley E. Johns citizens-tax-payers[ Hill-Burtcn funds will not be

Jacksonville is separate from and Representative Doyle K. Con-$I ing wall, resolved itself into short- .available until an emergency

Keystone: Utilities Inc., the construction term and long-range proposals. .need for expansion can be shown
: ,corporation, whose officers ner.After listening to pleas and arguments -j' In the 'short-term (immediate i;Senator Johns said.

and corporate structure of the County Commission relief I department, it was suggested Johns and Conner agreed that
Lave not yet been announced. and School Board, the Bradford that perhaps the Hospital the Hospital Board should be

Byers'said the homes will be solons must now decide Beard would yield $10.000 from its ,consulted as to its financial condition -
financed mostly through FHA whether or not to hand the Leg- I fixed sum of $15,000 since it was in ;I and plans for the future.
and will be built to FHA specifi- islature a local bill that would i such excellent financial condi1 They fe*! the hospital might be

cations. He predicted that around I change the present apportion- tion. I I.willing to return $10.000 of the

60 per cent will be sold to' retirement -' ment of state race track funds According to its last audit, the I t $15,000 it receives from racing
couples, although it will between the two boards and the Hospital Board has $105.967.751 monies.
4E$4 not -be strictly a retirement de- Bradford County Hospital. Under(cash on deposit In local banks.I-.' Also in the early remedy class

__ ; IAI 'Y IN xelopment. the present act, the hospital receives While this reserve is believed earmarked ':was a proposed bill giving the
The marketing specialist said the first $15,000 of racing i< for future expansion of' County Commission a measure of
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; that the, developers were attracted revenue with the remainder the hospital, Johns and Conner I control over the Sheriff's budget.

to the Keystone Heights area split, 60 per cent going to the o were in accord that the Hospital ,This suggestion..,came after Com
; not only by its natural beauty I missioner H. A. Bishop''declared
: !but also by the 'friendliness and -- -The. Sheriff has putt us in the
$ ? cooperative'spfftt ofthfr"people. Council Trims Planning Program worst hole -we 'have:ever,been :in.

=: 1 J' iib ), He described: a'' planned, program He's a good friend of. .mine and
S of television radio, .newspaper, I'm not.trying to put ,him 'on"tJ\e
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dK r 'tc, f.fr x d i and magazine advertising and To Fit Amount Budgeted For Cost spot but we ended' up with a

I declared! that,."We will sell Key- $15,000 shortage in the fine and
stcne Heights before we sell our. forfeiture fund last year and 'we
development." Negotiations for a comprehen- fense, provided the city can qualify have: to replace that money." -,..
Byers said that Keystone is Jve plan of development for the for matching funds to finance Budgeted expenses of the Sher-

.1 xr the type community that will appeal City of Starke moved a step forward the project. The plan calls for iff's office last year exceeded ,Income -

to retirement couples- Tuesday night when Council i I'installation of radios in all cityowned from fine and forfeituresby
friendly dean; attractive, easy i told representatives of Haas & equipment to tie in with $16,764 for the fiscal year

to get around in, and generally Richardson, Jacksonville planning the CD system.It ending Sept. 30, 1958. This
relaxed: He said that no shopping firm, to cut a few more corners I I was agreed that oak trees amount was borrowed from a

center is planned as a partof and re-submit its plan for final., would be removed from in frontof bank so that the Sheriff's office

84r the deVelopment. "We want approval. St. Mark's Episcopal Churchat I could continue operating under
Keystone Heights to be our shopping The proposed planning outline I the request of the church but!j itt approved budget until the end
center," he said. submitted Tuesday |night by the that complete replacing of sidewalk j of the year. The money has since

Byers declared the development Jacksonville firm totaled $8,425,; along the property would been repaid by the Commission.!
*b corporation will put in its own half r of which would be paid by I have to wait until funds are I,! Senator Johns asked Bishop ifi
state and federal fundsif available. would favor the Sheriff's -
} water, sewer, and gas facilities. matching he i putting
e lYx These will bed\ flexible and con- the plan is approved by the It was reported that the paving office back under the old
units de- Florida Development Commission.The of additional city streets has been"fee system and the Commissioner
structed in as growth
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replied in the affirma.I.
mands, he declared. firm was told to cut the started, with limerock already : strongly
Some land around lakes In the plan\to $8,000 so that the City's I[spread on N. Walnut St. between .tive. Commissioners E. L. Crawford -
Wm., R. Crews Starts I Horticultural Band Concert l FPL Office Here development 'will be designatedfor bhrt of the cost would be $4.000 I I Brownlee and Weldon. I I. and Jessie Chastain agreed.

Radio MessagesRev. parks arid recreation areas, and could be handled by the City i j i Council accepted the proposalof "The Sheriff makes his budget

RescheduledFor ''Byers said And beach facilitieson ,budgeting $2.000 for this purpose,' C. D. McCarthy of St. Peters- tnd we have no control over it."

Wm. R. Crews, evangelist I Clinic Set To 'Be RelocatedFor 'I' Lake Geneva! will be provided for the next ewo years. burg to prepare a new map of the Bishop said, "but we are requiredby
w present a series of programs This SundayThe for residents. He said he had no The funds will be spent by the I city's electrical distribution sys : law to pay out the money for

I entitled "Message of Truth" over information ns to when work on City only if the plan is approvedin tem.Norwood that budget whether the office
radio station \VRGR each Sundayfor BHS Band concert that was rehabilitating the golf course Tallahassee, and matching Hope of Hope Electric tongs in any money or not. This
12:35 to 1 p.m., he announced! For Monday to have been held in the park ExpansionThe uould begin. funds are available. Co., Gainesville, appeared in connecting board is tired: of being criticizedfor

yesterday. ; last'Sunday was postponed due to The Keystone'Heights Country Council also adopted a firm' with obtaining an electrical < something it cannot control.

Rev. Crews is the son of 1trs.I I the weather. It has been resche- local office and residence Club, Inc. recently deeded its policy regarding the laying of I contractor's license, and the i I (Present Florida law gives

S.-1.. Crews and the late :Mr. Crews Bradford County's second Ornamental duled for Sunday, May 3, in the quarters of Florida Power & LightCo. property, around 300 acres, to sewer lines in future sub-division matter was referred to the elec- i Sheriffs the right to budget expenses -

and is a graduate of Bradford Hign ii' Horticulture Clinic will Church Street park at 3 pjn. A' will be moved early in Mayto Keystone, Utilities, Inc. the de- developments. Under the new trical jExamining; board. ( of their office as they
School. After completing be held on the fair grounds at the free will offering will be takenwith ,' a new site, now being cleared, \elopmeat corporation, as a nu- plan, a developer will have to ub- f A representative of Outlaw & please. Their budgets are then
training at Bible Baptist :Seminary i I American Legion Home starting proceeds going to the Mardi just south of.the present location. cleus fbr the development. The mit his sewage plans for approval I Associates, engineering firm, presented to County Commissions
Texas he attended
in Arlington, RapidS, at 2 pjn. Monday, Apr. 27 I Gras trip fund. The property was purchased last remaining acreage,is being pur- by the city engineer. Such plans 'presented for approval sewer who may approve, but cannot reJect
Calvin College Grand Solos and ensembles from the' and sub-division West the Sheriff's requests. If the
Topics for discussion and demonstration from from private owners. rill have to conform with plans for a on
Everett McKinney.J. chased
is engaged in
Mich.: and now will be band will take part in the State St. by' Jos. Commissioners Disapprove they
work.OPEN : H. DuPre. manager of the Some clearing is now under tie-in with the city's master plan. Pratt being developed
evangelistic 1. Complete plans and instruc- Contest to be held at Daytona Blanding District, said the office vaywhere the first streets and Council also decided to go Warren. Correction of minor items I can only submit their objectionsto

tions for rooting and caring for Beach on Thursday. Apr. 30. was being moved to make the/tirst model houses will be con- iihead with a radio system for the I'u&s found necessary before ap- an appeal board In TallahasI -

azaleas and camellias. Those competing will be Sammy room for an enlargement of the stmcted. city in conjunction with Civil De l I proval. I [Continued on Page 61

HOUSE 2. Current practices in caring Warren., Terry Walters, Harold company's sub station here. The
fur ornamentals. Tyus. Carolyn Pellum. MargaretAnn i
transmission line is being rebuilt
Dinkins, Sally Ann Epperson, Lawtey Moves
3. General lawn care, including between Starke and Jacksonville
Bob Smith. Cookie Mathews. Kay ,
fertilization and weed control. :o carry 115,000 volts insteadof
County Agent G. T. Hugginsand Hart, Kay Christmas, Virginia 'r \
Bradford Union the present 69,000, the manager
Home Demonstration Agent Erwin, Jo Smith, and Sandra said. Toward ProgramFor Y r1

Fire Control Dorothy Ross, sponsors of the i Sheally. Labor and vehicle contracts on
I clinic, say there will be time for !the rebuilding job will run sum,- .

.' Station questions and discussion of these Draw I 000 which will be paid in, this Recreation .
and other topics concerning flow- area, DuPre said. Construction; r
eis, shrubbery, bulbs, terrariums, contracts have not yet been let. cy cs+
etc. The larger capacity line will More than 125 adults and young
Prison Terms .
Sunday, April 26 Leading the discussions will be I I provide permanent tie-in service people enjoyed the Fish Fry-held 1
Sylvester Rose and Ralph White, the Strawberry platform ,
with Jacksonville, DuPre' said, so on : Lawtey 4
2 .To 5 P.M. ornamental horticulture specialists that power can be obtained on an' last Friday night for the dual f .
with the Agriculture Extension I In Assault CaseSentences exchange basis in case 'of emer- purposeof fun .and to discuss a .;. r 1 br:

Service in Gainesville.All gency. recreation program for the city. ... .
Public Cordially interested persons are cordially Profit' from Udmner was $70 .. I'-' '
invited to attend the clinic. were imposed Monday and will be added to the recrea- -
morning by Circuit Judge G. L. Softball League -
Invited tion fund. 4
BHS TrackmenTo Patten Isaiah Allen on Joseph Starke Mitchell Negroes who and The open meeting': which followed 1 1.ter
Games Are Set the sapper culminated in nomi-
pleaded guilty to an informationof nations from the floor of a tem- ; Lm
This Space Contributed Defend Titles robbery in connection with an Bob Benner, city recreation director Recreation Board which
s 1- assault Arthur French another announces the following porary .
Weekly to Publicize cn met Monday night ,to draW'up a : : -
several weeks schedule of softball : '
Community Events by UF Saturday Negro, in Reno ago. games' constitntion and by-law :
Mitchell was sentenced to three Friday, April- 24-Keystone
Members of the temporary boardare night meeting' Some suggestionswere I I Jimmy Water (left) and Edward Maswy are pictured preparing -
BHS trackmen will be inGainesville years and Allen was given two in Heights vs. Co. C; Garden Res-
at 10 a. m. Saturdayfor the state prison. taurant. Camp Blanding. : V. R., Fergtuon, chairman: to finish the platform obtain -1 'food for fish fry gtien lad Friday ohrht for benefit of
THE COMMUNITY Mrs Martha'; .Bales,' secretary; equipment for table games, r' ,
the annual Keystone Conference Luethel Chandler, Reno Negress, Tuesday, Apr. 28-Garden Res- lawtey recreation program. *
K KLee
Mayor Charlie 9ruford,'Mrs. and the. possibility of pouring a
STATE BANKOF championship; meet at the said to have been the Instigatorof taurant. Keystone Heights; Co.
I ).IrS..la ::k Tye Hunoard'Marley concrete basketball court which the group drew up a constitution fQr a program.
''U of F track. the assault with intent ,to rob C vs. Camp Blanding.
STARKE Councilman Edward I* Massey could also be used for skating. and by-laws. They also planned It ia hoped that a member from
BUS will be the defending'French, was sentenced by Judge Thursday, Apr. 30 Camp
and. Buddy Thor Lawtey representative to the a meeting for Friday, May I, to each dmrea and ,.organization In
champion against competing Patten last month to. serve five Blanding vs. Keystone Heights; I
Member of tWe.IIYF presenteda County Recreation Council, Fred elect permanent officers who will the city win be represented on
(Member F.D.I.C.) teams from Fernandina Beach, years. Co. C vs. Garden Restaurant.The ,
list of for activitiesand Moore met with the temporary I then pass on the constitution and I the permanentboard, member*
first win start at 7pxn suggestion
Green Cove Springs. Santa Fe, Mitchell and Allen were given a game
at, the .trldayg Board Monday night at which time byjaw and make further plans said. _
Bolles, and the host PKY. .pie-sentence investigation. and the second at 8:30 pm., .. -'- .

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editorialThose congized; Jim Strickland as a When we.::got out l ijas't tank of
Cooper Director In CLAY HILL preacher who used to preach at gas John showed us what ""slinging -

Long Time Resident School Lunch GtouMrs. AND NEW RIVER their church, they also learned mud" me&ns7WhenMie: started

that the sick one was Jim's wife from our, Douse to, Jhei fiiglands
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Who Donee Charley Nathaniel cook 92, Sarah Hunter; manager Mr,. *. F. Merrill --the great hunter! They had he hit the mud and water'so"hard

long time resident of Starke, died of the Starke Elementary Cafe- a.A&&a---.a._ .6. __....._ a.. &. ._._..&. 1A ...AA.&&&........... pondered why she did not tell any he threw it about 12' qr 1C feet
Sunday morning in a local nursing tcrium, was installed Regional more about her hunting. Said from the truck. We call that Singing -
"You know it's a Old Timer Our sympathy to Volley
thing goes
funny an
home 'after an extended ill- Director of region four, which It'seems that we put our raincoats they always got so much fun out mud!r But Sam Staxttngrrsaid
remarked the other day, "in all this talk about consists of 12 counties, at the away too soon. Maybe the Mosley and family in the loss of of reading about these hunts. it hadn't .rained enough .for;lira

the need for increased tax money I have yet to ness.Mr.. Cooper was born in Valdosta State School Luncheon conventionin rain won't be as bad as before. look their to beloved the Lord one, PearL for comfort May they in Well they soon learned why the to get his feet< eU WoAderJI I it

hear the first word mentioned about economy. Ga. on Aug. 30, 1866, the son St. Petersburg Saturday eve- Mark Lee Moody's mother Mrs.T. hunts have stopped-and Mr. has yet? He, works on (the new
their time of trouble sorrow.
What's the matter has 'economy' become a of the late Robert R. and Emily ting. M.\. Hodge of Leesporg' ,spent We haven't been able to write Lewis advised us to not try hunt- gas line that ''is- going; through

dirty word?" Lofton Cooper. He had residedin Some 433 delegates from the Sunday with him. _. any news for some time, our ing any more-for a long time, our part of the country! 1
Starke since 1911, was a retired State attended the installation Mr. and Mrs. Bobby'Crews of at any rate! We do not promiseto We had 59 in Sunday School
Well, noOld Timer, economy hasn't become carpenter a Mason, and a mem- banquet that evening. at which Texas is here visiting his mother, health has not permitted us to do quit-if the animals come last Sunday-11 .the Sunday*.before. -
this. We thankful to we
are say
exactly a dirty word, but it has become an awfully ber of the WOW. 13 officers were installed. Mrs. Myrla Crews. are much better at this writing. Panting us we will sure do our The Primary class, won,;the

unpopular word in recent years. And the Besides his wife, Mrs. Hattie Accompaning Mrs. Hunter to Mr. and Mrs. V. M. Moody of We hope all understand why we lest to get them! banner last Sunday. This lone.

fault (if fault it is) lies largely with you and the Cooper, he is survived by one the convention were Mrs. Mildred Lakeland were Saturday visitorsof have been so negligent as this Some of our neighbor boys pass tune: the Intermediates last it.

rest of us ,who continue to pressure state and daughter, Mrs. Bertie Mae Morgan Lfiwson, Mrs. Donnie Mae Edwards his mother Mrs. Fronie Moody. seems-of this task. cur house after fishing. We would There were only :r'primaries' present -
of Ruskin; four sons, Grat- and Mrs. Alice Jenkins Mr. and Mrs. Joe )Fates and leally like to go fishing too. but -all 7 were 100 _per fern
county officials for and more services which We learned some time ago that
more ten Cooper, Ft. Lauderdale; R. M. of the Starke Elementary Cafe- family of: Palatka were Sunday fear there wouldn't be any one grade. We think this was really
we, seem to think come cheaper by the dozen. Cooper, Jacksonville; Charley torium. guests of the Shiver family. school the principal hospitalized of our for Clay a rash Hill there strong enough to pick us up good for the ones.present.
This is not to say that these services are bad Cooper, Starke; and James Mar- Mrs. Beulah Mae Moody and he had contracted from some food.I and bring us back to the house. Winfred Wilkinson preached

and that they do not contribute to the enjoymentof tin Cooper, Mayport; two brothers. .?!???????f'? ? t' children visited Mr. and Mrs. understand he was able to return Last month when our insurance at the Highland church the.night
Robert and Grace Cooper George Green and family of Lake man came to collect the insur-
cf April 12. Rev. Chism was. attending -
living and the well-being of the community, to duty-and then had to
both of Starke; and one sister, GRIFFIS LOOP City Sunday.Mr. rnce he said he found more mud a revival at Black'Pond.
but it is time to wake to the fact go back to the hospital again. We
Mrs. Elliott Williams, Starke. and Mrs. Richard Jones and water than he had ever seen, Said they had a wonderful meeting -
that if these "extra added attractions" are to be Funeral services were held in and family of Macclenny and hope he has learned what causedhis he thought. Well when he gets all last week. The revival at

had, somebody will have to pay for them. the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel at By Verble Anderson Linda Caldwell of Glen St.'Maryswere Mr.trouble.and Mrs. Clyde Padgett and here this week he will see we have Highland is all,of this'week.,

Old Timer' would insist, no doubt, that our 2:30 pjn. Monday with J. T. .&...A.A&.a.&A Sunday guests of Ralph and daughter Nellie and Clarence Lang been having some more rain and I
Quigley officiating. Burial was loretta Merritt.
boards ,not operating with 100 cent effi- visited relatives in this section J
are per in the family plot in Kingsley Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Russ and'on Fronie Moody visited Joe Moody
ciency when it comes to economy and we'd Lake Cemetery with grandsons of Dean are visiting Mrs. Russ' Sunday afternoon. recently. :

have to go along with that, perhaps. But whereis Mr.\. Cooper serving as pallbearers. Brookins.parents. Rev. and Mrs. Orville Long Bridge Church'is! havinga Bailey of Jacksonville Lang and Kate visited Wilkinson rela-- Now if a id A t / '
the board the business .
or the bureau, or even special project called"Pete and
Sgt. and Mrs. Ray Brookins of tives at Clay Hill one day last h
about which the same thing could not be said? Repeat" which means that you week.
This is defense of uneconomical inefficient Rites ThursdayFor Buford, S. C. visited Sgt. Brook- hung all you can this Sundayand
no or ins' parents, Rev. and Mrs. Orville next the Elgin Lang Sammie Starlinga.d
methods; our boards should certainly do every- Mrs. ThomasIn Biockins over the weekend. cess. Let's Sunday all take repeat part. pro Susie Padgett visited Lillian julia@ GoodFood'Treaut

thing in their power to keep expenses down, and MacclennyMrs. Mr. and Mrs. Zenas Griftis and \ Futch and baby daughter in the

we believe that, on the whole, they are. Gene Griffis visited Mrs. Ralph Boat Giveaway Bradford County Hospital last '

A few dollars could here Thomas 41 of Gainey at Bradford County Hospital Thursday evening. As most of us ,
be saved and there no Florence ,
Sunday. We are sorry thatMrs. Rules Are Told know, Lillian is one of our home tl.
Route 1 Starke, died Monday in eh
doubt but on the whole their financial plight has Gainey is ill and wish her a girls. Lillian Starling grew up in ,
a Starke nursing home along For July 25th
stemmed from having to provide the schools and illness. speedy recovery. Clay Hin. She now lives at Law-

roads and recreation facilities and promotion finances A native of Plant City, Mrs. Ellie Sullivan is also ill at his Starke merchants report increasing tey. Congratulations, Lillian and .

that have been asked for by John Q. Citizen Thomas had resided in Starke for l ome. We hope he will soon be interest in the boat. husband. I
well and back at church with his Mr. and Mrs. Albert Smith wish
including us. These things are good, they'rebeneficial the past 13 years. motor-trailer outfit to be given ,. i. :,
friends. to announce the birth of their
and we, wouldn't, give up any one of Surviving are her husband, away by cooperating stores on tto
We of Boatdrain Baptist Church baby girl born April 3 in the St.
them but they do cost money.In Kerby A. Thomas of Starke; two Saturday, July 25.
enjoyed our many visitors Sun- Vincent's Hospital in Jackson-
Charles W. Pryde of Starke, Persons making purchases from
recent,months there has been an outcry on sons day. We had good preaching by ville. Weight 7 pounds and 8 ounces -
and James Manning of Kansas cooperating stores are given tick-
Rev. C. A. Crosby, Don Williams, ,, name Rena Ronanne. Geneva
the national level for improvement in science facilities
City, Mo.; her stepmother, Mrs. ets for the drawing which will be
a high school boy played the piano wishes to thank all who visited
in our high' schools. The Telegraph advocated Zilphia Muse of Starke; one brother held during the afternoon on
and we had dinner on the her at home and in the hospital
this on the local level more than twoyears Curtis Muse. Starke; a sister July 25. If not claimed immedi-
prounds. We hope our visitors also for the gifts and most of all
ago when it discovered BHS science students Mrs. Jessie Harvey, Macclenny ately, the winning number will W94I"u'
rill come back again. for the prayers of all. We wish : s x
; two half-sisters, Mrs. Vera be posted for one week. If not 1
trying to carry on their work with laboratory Olive and Mrs. Aaron Sumner, Hutten Lee Clark visited his claimed during that time another to congratulate these folks also. J ? ,\4 4

equipment that consisted of a table and a both of Starke. mother, Mrs. Mora Clark' over the number will be drawn the This is four girls for these folks.

inadequate props. Now the school has planned Funeral services were held at weekend. following Saturday and'so on un- Louise Johns is suffering witha
an expansion of its science Rev. and Mrs. Orville Brookins very severe sore throat. Her c
department til the outfit is claimed. .fir
and 11 a. m. Thursday in Trinity veiled their son and daughter- : son, Wayne has been having a A rising news ar-
such equipment doesn't come cheap. It costs The boat, motor and trailer
Chapel of Brinkley Funeral Homein
in-law Mr. and Mrs. Rex Brook- stage of the earache again. We
real money. Macclenny with Rev. Cecil ins of Cocoa last Friday. are on display in front of Shepherd's hope they are both soon well dessert that's good try soleloday!;
Radio Si TV Service super
The unusual rains of the first quarter of 1959 Williams of Jacksonville officiat- Anyone wishing to attend Boat- West Call St.CARD. again. ;.. I

have cost the County Commissioners an extra ing. Burial was in Macedonia drain Baptist Church may call The one time we were in the .
Cemetery north of Macclenny. Bro. O'Brien at WO 4-5774 and doctors office in Starke while
five six thousand
or dollars for road and bridge OF, THANKSWe
he will pick them up in our new we were unable to sit up. there
repair that they could not foresee nor budget for. bus. wish to express''our thanks were some folks, Mr. and Mrs.
And who yelps' the loudest about a bump in the Boatdrain Baptist Church and appreciation to 'ou."frienda. -

road or a washout at the bridge? The fellow who Sunday School, 10 am; Morn- relatives, neighbors.*: n4 Rev. T.

pay$ no taxes, of course., In addition to this, the LEVELMl Ing Worship, 11 ajn-; Training E. Williams for' the ,kindness, Are you weary and heavyhearted
flowers,cards etc. durnc-iur| time ? Then hear Don Brandeis!
Commission has in thelast' budgeted sub- Union, 7 pjn.; Evening Worship '
stantial sums for a county year recreation .*. H. VL McCawM..iuuu..I. a p.m., and Prayer Meeting Wed. cf sorrow-Mrs. H. O*::'V.f6itn.and April 26 May 3. Madison Street
family. -. Baptist Church.
financial aid to the County's Chamber of &.....,.....,, at 7:15 pjn., Pastor Rev.. Orville '< .
oJ r Bcookins.1 Exeryooe welcome. .
Commerce in -.tr.* *i T* '* "il "r. ; -wsjv* -*<- a.
both most worthwhile projects and !
There was a good attendancea when
Services we would not want to do without.So Pine Level Baptist Church and "Does No One Cares far Year you needRELIABLE s 1.

why not face it, folks if we're going to at Sunday School. Our pastor Soul?" Hear Don Brandefe April !
26 May 3. Madison Street Baptist f
live in a growing, modern, clean, and progressive'town Rev. W. E. Hall brought the mes- Chureh. 900 Block W. Madison GAS SERVICE }

and county, we're going to have to pay the sage.Mr. St. star-5
and Mrs. E. E.'Geiger, and the
tariff. The.tax burden should be equally distrib- All time e4ue creamy,
Mr. and Mrs. Billy Geiger and CORRECTIONAn
uted, of course, and if there are inequities, eve. THINK OF :SLADE GAS
ry children of Green Cove Springs item in The Telegraph last enjoys !
thing possible should be done to good food that everyone
eliminate them.If visited Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis week stated that Wm. R. Gatlin

there are economies that could be effected, Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Robert and W. C. Jackman posted bond of flavors today
TANKS FROM 5 GALLONS TO 1,000 OR UP a variety
without cutting down on worthwhile services, certainly Lamb of Ona arrived the same after being charged with possession Chest/ of Sue
dealer's Treasure Super
} that possibility should be examined and day for a visit with her brother- of more than the legal PHONE WO 4.3551 from your ,

_ put into effect where found.In in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs.Lewis. limit of fish.

She will. go to Jackson- This was an error, since W, C.
the meanwhile, let's look around and find ville this week to visit other rel- Jackman a game warden, was \

out'what folks in other states are paying for the atives. the arresting officer. The item

privilege of being a part of their community with Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Conner of should have stated that Woodrow '

the same services that most of us are getting for Starke. were visitors of Mr. andMrs. Griffis and Wm. B. Gatlin .1!i% : TEST ,

nothing. Chances are you'll find them paying W. C. Conner and the H. were arrested by Jackman and -

anywhere from $300 to $600 in taxes on their M. McRaes, Sunday afternoon.We charged with having over the-

homes each Would are sorry to hear that Mrs. legal limit of fresh water fish. : S
year. we want that? Cer-
B E. McRae is ill In Riverside
tainly not. But on the other hand,. it's a pretty Hospital, Jacksonville and wish : i AGAINST THE REST
well established :
of economy that you can'tget her a speedy recovery. '

something for nothing. It's time all of us Mrs. Bishop Thomas and children BORROW

began to realize our responsibility carry a fair of Brooker visited her par- : SEE FOR YOURSELF WHICH .
share of the load.Keystone .
ents. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis,

Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Lewisof '

'Sells' ItselfOnce Starke'also were Sunday visit- WITH VALUE'S BEST .
ors of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis.

James McRae arrived home .t ,
again, friendliness and cooperation on the Monday,from North Carolina fora EASE ? '

part of a community have paid big dividends. short visit with his parents,

In a talk before the Keystone Heights Chamberof Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McRae.We ANDCONFIDENCE :: :: ., TNB

Commerce Monday night, one of the men interested enjoyed the birthday cele- : LrYSi1IDEBAKER.1

in.the development planned for the former bration in Jacksonville last SUn-

Keystone Country :Club property lauded the day given in honor of Mr. Me- .

spirit that first attracted him to that area. Rae's sister, Mrs. Florence Halti- Come in and drive The Lark-compare it with any other car for value. You'll find j jo

"We'll sell Keystone Heights before we do our tranger.Dinner guests of Mrs. L. A. Tb Lark stands alone. SIZE-three feet shorter than conventional cars, yet room for

development." the speaker said, and described the Crosby Sunday were the family: '*a in spacious comfort.] SAVINGS-Tbe Lark costs less to buy far less to operate-'

part that the friendliness, cooperation, and generally Mr. and Mrs. James Crosby and \ :- lowest of all insurance rates far lower gas and maintenance bills. ENGINEERINGskilled ,
wholesome atmosphere of the son Jimmy, Mr. and Mrs. Lavon -
community *
Studebaker craftsmanship plus spirited 6" or super-powerful V-8
had on the final decision to go ahead with the Crosby and children of Starke; ,
development. Keystone was praised as the type Mr. and Mrs. Leo Hinderson and QUICKSERVICE I _' STYLING- fashion-right, it's approved bv Harper's Bazaar. Wraparound view of .

community that would appeal to retirement families Miss Joyce Crosby of Jackson- .- the road Sapphire-Enamel finish that needs no waxing handsome interiors in practical .
and others who are seeking homes in a pleas- Lester We is are much glad to improved know-that although vinyls. Small wonder.. Lark sales are way up (fastest rising sales curve in the industry). ,: ;

ant.surburban atmosphere.It he is still .- ''''.a'' --
a patient in S E I
." was easy to gather from his talk that a discourteous St. Luke's Hospital Jacksonville '.

remark, a curt answer, or a show of *

,disinterest or non cooperation might just as Three Big NamesIn
easily have influenced the decision .
; away from \.
Keystone and to some other area. 'Rio Bravo' a

', *'The importance e of this rfact cannot be over Coming To FloridaJohn :y

emphasized. Xot long ago a man stopped in Lees- Wayne, Dean Martin and LOANSUP .

burg to bur a three cent stamp. He became immediately Rickey Nelson are the trio of TO

impressed with what he found there stars featured in "Rio Bravo" t

with the result that Leesburg now has a branchof fastjnoving Technicolor \\ stemrlaing '$600"Folks

the industry the chance visitor owned up at the Florida Theatre for .
North. four days Sunday through Wed

As someone has' remarked: "Nothing is ever nesday.The story builds suspense while Find Us r3/,

lost by' courtesy It is the cheapest of the pleasures unfolding the courageous effortsof Friendly" ) (! :-.-

; costs nothing and conveys much." Sometimes the sheriff of a small border ;--.

it conveys a\\. new industry right into a town' to keep a wanton murdererin
town. Let's all remember that. jail despite the prisoner's pow. LOCAL FINANCE .
erful and un..ccrupulousbrother.( .1-,
An event anxiously awaited By n' kPc amazing Cas economy was recently mites per gallon.The LARK "six" turned in even .
America's teen-agers is the appearance COMPANY :. : proired tn the Mobilgas Economy Run When The better mileage. The LARK is available as a 2
,LACK.V-S equipped 1 with automatic transmission"outfetred i and 4-door ? "
THE:: E AorrOAD COUNTY TELEGRAPH of 18--ear.oII'Ricky Nel- sedan, station wagon and hardtop... A. ;
son in'the role of Colorado, youthful '116 N. Walnut Street all other V-8' by delivering 22.28 Overdrive also optional on all models. : "
.s 'W' CST. 1171 ct
gun-slinger: who comes to the :, :: ', : Dutewer m>iat jou'll s t YOUR STUDEBAKER DEALER'5 .
aid of John
(I FLORIDA'S OLDEST' WEEKLY XKW8KlTER enemies dose in.Wayne when his (2 Doers From Post. .Office) 4.e.4 : :: .- -. :._- ...

rfBUfBKD C05TISOC8LIPaMJthrd Angle Dickinson, a screen newcomer Mrs. Marguerite Hall, Mgr. $ : 1]: McGRIFF
; r r ..T.E'I.". MASTHEAD. makes her debut a. Feathers ,It MOTORS
P-at-h Tkar. sad J".r as ...*.. cI*.. Xatttt the tftio PHONES :
at the Pert Offlc* at Starke;flu. utet AH t alluring girt falls in :;,
u. S. 1919. "
love with Wayne. WO 4-0101 'a W 4-0111 ;1 ,Court and Jefferson' "Starke, Ffcu Phone W04-910f' ; ,- --. .

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f9tA17171' .. I'Y YYY YYYYYYYY' the street south of the school area, assisted by Mrs. M. R. Mis- ing with Harold Ward, formerly InvvyvRf YYYYYVVYYYYY camping out Friday evening with Crosby of Starke. I Rev. James :Temple pastor of

Pine St., down to the state road, ner. Canisters for the cancer fund of Waldo in mission work of the I his Boy Scout Troop. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Barry and the Brooker Baptist announced

HAMPTON Palm.Drive. This will 'even up' have been placed in stores in this Navigators': School visited Hamp- 1 1 I II ElL BRONN Visiting during the weekend Mrs. Mattie Barry were Sundy7 prom tion ,in Sunday school will
feeder vicinity and will remain there for Mr. and Mrs. be h the water loads on the ton Baptist Church services with Mr. and Mrs. Bill Reddish luncheon guests of .

By Mr*' D. E. HmAA pipes, Mr. Watterson said. The collections throughout the monthof day. In describing his work sun-I I. By Mrs. Harvey McCarthyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA and son, Keith at their Kingsley H. D. Lynn of Lacoochee. Club News

main two-inch line down NavarreAve. April, designated as cancer adult training union class, he told 1 Lake home were Mrs. Reddish's Mr. and Mrs. Rodger Lynn and The Brooker Garden Club is

&. .a..i..l A A AA AA A A A A, had been overloaded.Near month. of present plans to go to Peru, i mother Mrs. Carmichael and her son of Chicago 111. and Mr. and sponsoring a fried chicken supper

Revival i Meeting the east end of town, 800 PersonalsMrs. South America as a missionary.He 1 1I. Howdy Neighbors, well another sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Lynn of Lacoochee at the school cafeteria May 2.
Baptist feet of new pipe was put in last George Saxon received I. had spent the weekend with old snap has passed maybe sum- Mrs. Freeman Crosby Mrs. Red- were Wednesday luncheon guests I
Revival servfoss this week at week, Mr. Watterson said to replace word last weekend of the death the Ward family near Waldo.- mer is here at last along with dish's brother and sister-in-law of Mrs. Mattie Barry.Mr. Saturday] for the purpose of

Hampton Bapist Church will con- rusted iron pipe. The old Of her sister, Mrs. Cynthia Daniel Larry Singleton of Ft. Myers is some pretty heavy April showers. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Carmichaelcf Whitten I raising funds to re-wire the community -
and Mrs.
this coming Sun- Jimmy is in-
tinue through iron pipe had deteriorated so that in Galion. Ohio, on Tuesday, visiting his sister Mrs. Frankie Our home was saddened Sunday Jacksonville Mrs. Reddish's center. Everyone
and and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd
beginning each sons adults 75
day. April 26. adequate water could not flow April 14. Several years ago Mrs. Jean Key and family of Hampton evening when we were advised sister-in-law Mrs. Delories Car- viled. 'Cost per plate
evening at 7:45 p. m., with prays Wood and son, Craig of Jacksonville cents, children 50 cents.
through. Daniel had spent a year here with Lake and his grandmother Mrs. that my mother's brother's wife, michael and daughters. Miss Sandra the weekend at
meetings 15 minutes earlier at Bible Slides ShownAt Mrs. Saxon, as well as visiting Nita Johnson of Hampton.Mr. Mrs. Dewey Fralick of Lake City and Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Lake Mistic and joined by There will also be a parcel postEale.

7:30 p. m. Christian Church here at other times. I and Mr-s. Gene Clouse efBiadenton departed! this life Saturday. She .Beach of Jacksonville, and Miss Mr. and Mrs. L. were L. Hardee, Mr. Many packages will be on
Rev. E. E. Earnest of Southside Colored Bible slides, beginning Mrs. Eva Menafee of Monterey were overnight visitors is survived by her husband Dewey Glenda Varnes of Ocala. end Mrs. W. E. Bigham Jr. and display. You choose one and see

Baptist Church. Gainesville is with the Book of Genesis were I Park Calif visited here Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Hill of Lake City; and a daughter Our pastorS: mother, Mrs. Mary family and the G. W. Davis family what is inside.

evangelist for the series of meetings shown: at Tuesday evening's prayer I with her brother-in-law and sis- Thursday last week. Mrs. Hersel Posey of Jasper, Ala.; Jones of O'Brien visited Heilbronn Sunday.To BANK HOLIDAY

with Rev. Samuel Cuthbertof meeting at the Hampton ter, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Wiggins.Mr. six sisters, four brothers and two Church Sunday. celebrate the installation of
Park of the Palms as song and Mrs. Leo Wiggins of wvyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyySTATE grandchildren. Funeral was held
Christian Church. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Milton a new floor in the Brooker Com- The Community State Bank of
leader and Mrs. Leonard Lyonsof the Crea- Jacksonville drove her here for at 3 m. Monday in the Sardus
These slides showed p. Rosier over the weekend were munity Center Barbara Sue Davis Starke and the Florida Bank at
Park of the Palm as pianist.A tion story, as recorded in Genesis, the day's visit, as she is presently FARM Baptist Church in Worthington their daughters Mrs. Delories played hostess to 17 of the teen-I I Starts will not be open ,,for business -
youth night will be featured Bible stor- in Jacksonville. Mrs. t Springs with burial in Elzie Cha-
as well as additional Carmichael and daughters Miss agers of the community Saturday I I cn Monday, Apr. 27V Confederate -
Friday evening this week with ies according to John White pas- Menafee plans to return to Hamp- By Airs. O. E. Crosby >Cemetery May the Good Lord I Sandra Carmichael and her son- night. Several games were played Memorial Day a legal
refreshments served to the young tor of the church. ton for a longer visit with the Mess and comfort my uncle. Dewey : in-law and daughter, Mr. and in Florida.
............ ... ..... ... LAAA and later dancing was enjoyedby
people following the service. The Wedding Anniversary Wiggins before she returns to A and my cousin.Coleen and the Mrs. M. L. Beach of Jacksonvilleand alL Refreshments were served.

meeting that night including the Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Adkins of California. The Community Club was the toany relatives and friends that Mrs. Ruby Gayno and daughter We wish to extend an invitation -i

sermon will be especially slanted Hampton celebrated their sixty- Ricky hoop son of Mr. and setting for a delightful luncheon are grieving because of the death Glenda of Ocala. to the public to attend I

for youth. third wedding anniversary Saturday Mrs. Joe Roop celebrated his Tuesday for the Home Demonstration of this charming and beloved Very sorry to report that L. C. church services at the Baptist 1 Law-try.1Iampton. Brooker,Keystone -

Dinner on the church grounds April 18. eighth birthday Friday, April 10. Club. lady who is now with God where Clemons was taken to Bradford Church here in Brooker. Sunday'. lists, Raiford Lake Butler

Sunday April 26. aftttf the mornIng Birthday Dinner '" with a weiner and hamburger fry Church News here is no pain.Sympathy ,County Hospital Saturday. May chool 10 a. m.; Church services and all others invited to hear

worship service will highlightthe Honors Mrs. Hines :at his home that evening. Games The revival closed at Raiford is also extended to i we remember to pray in his behalf J 1 a. m.; Training Union. 7 p. m.: Don Brandm Madison Street
closing day of the meeting. Mrs. Frances Hines of Hampton I and the outdoor supper were cli- Baptist Church after a very successful LaCY Mobley in. the recent death I and for the following that Worship Services 8 p. m. Baptist Church April ,26 May 3.

The nursery is open for all services celebrated her 72nd birthday Sunday maxed with the traditional birth- : week with Evangelist Rev, cf his brother Rufus Claude Mob- are ill at home Mrs. Frank Nor-

with women of the churchto April 19. with a birthday day cake. Sheppard Bryan of North Central le"age-55 of Jacksonville Beach. n.-an, Larry Reddish son of Mr.
care for babies.. dinner and family reunion at her Mrs. Lois Hughes of Scottsmoor .Baptist Church of Gainesville May God comfort each member end Mrs. George Reddish and ourcdest ;il
.Water Unes Changed. home. was an overnight visitor on i conducting evening services. Jim ol this fine man's family and his son Richard and for oth- ::::ii:ii:

Piping Replaced Here Relatives present were Mr. and Thursday last week with her Harden lead the songs. many friends as only He and He ers that are in sickness and pain. II;: : :;: ?; :};':'aj:jj:::.:}:::'ti}:::?ii: : JI

Relocating feeder lines and replacing Mrs. Dudley Hines of Jacksonville brother-in-law and sister. Mr. and PersonalsMrs. alone can do. Guess that's all for this time.

old pipes for Hampton's Frank Hines of Micanopy, Mr. Mrs. V. J. Slade. Mrs. Free Hall Roy Cooper and her mother An interesting High School May the loving God forever bless

waterworks is the explanation for and Mrs. Lonnie Hines and son of Gainesville another sister, Grannie Green returned Mon- FTA meeting was held in the Lit you and yours. .bye now. i'A
the trenches alongside of Hamp- of Gainesville. Mrs. Alice Starling visited here with them on Thurs- day from a visit with relatives inStatenville. ary at 8 p. m. Tuesday eve-

ton's streets for the last two and daughter of Graham, Mr. and day.Also Ga. *' t'n'g of this week. We will have a 9YYYYYYYY"YYYYYYYYTYyytBROOKER

weeks.M. Mrs. Lenton Hines of Trenton.Mr. visiting on Thursday last Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Martin and report concerning the meeting for ;

L. Watterson. owner of the I and Mrs. Bill Hines of Orlando I week with the Slades was William children visited friends and relatives iou. next week by Publicity Chairman : i..ry 7 ;zo>

water works, said that a two-inch Mrs. Ray Hines of Graham' Green. USN of Alameda Calif., in Green Cove Springs.. Mrs. Cornelious Moore.

pipe "feeder line", formerly located Mrs. Annie Hines. Mr. and Mrs. and Mr. and Mrs. Smith of Jack- Sunday afternoon.Mr. Mrs. E. L. Cox: reports there will ,
along the street north of Gordon Watson and Mr. and Mrs. sonville. Mr. and Mrs. Avory Slade and Mrs. O. E. Crosby attended be a Plant Clinic day next week. By Barbara Sue DavisAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA 4 "

Hampton school, is being laid onSHOWS Tommy Thompson all of Tampa and family of Maxville visited church. at Boatdrain last l:t will take place in the American \. \ ;;.

and Billy Bryant and daughter of here with Mr. and Mrs. Slade on Thursday. Legion Home in Starke on Monday -

Trenton, and Mr. and Mrs. Dar- Monday of this week. Mr. and Mrs. Wilmont Brown Apr. 27, at 2 p. m. There will Mrs. Elzie visited her husband

lell Osteen of High Springs. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Sheely spent have both been ill this last week. be" present two men from Gainesville who is a patient in the Veteran's ; '7\: -
Hcrase-To-IIouse Canvass last weekend in Gainesville and We wish them a speedy recovery to give vital information to Hospital in Lake City Monday and I-:; '.. :

S8.0W For Cancer Next Week Peggy Thompson of Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Brady and all interested persons concerning reports he will be home later in iY:}i.

The annual drive for funds by .returned to Hampton with them daughters of Cornelia Ga. spent slants, shrubs, etc. After the the week.
the American Cancer Society got to visit this week. the weekend with her parents Mr. lecture there will be a questionand Emory Lewis of Starke visited
under way in Hampton this week II Mr. and Mrs. George Payne and and Mrs. A. J. Greens. answer period open to discus- : Mr. and Mrs. Noon Mott Monday

with "Cancer Sunday" observedin baby daughter of Waco Texas, We were sorry to see Owen and sion from the floor. The public is : morning.
OF the churches and a house-to- visited here last week with his Jo House and their fine children urged to attend and take advan- Mr. and Mrs. Noon Mott returned Junior Fire Marshals at Work

house canvass set for Tuesday father, Holland Payne and grandparents move away. They are making tage of the opportunity to learn home after visiting their
evening next week April 28, from Mr. and Mrs. George their home in Blountstown. We more about the problems of ion Marshall Mott and familyin Scissors and paste pots are even busier than usual these daysin

5:30: to 7:00 p. m. Saxon, and with Mr. and Mrs. E. wish them happiness in their plant life. Lakeland for two weeks. our schools-AND FOR AN l IMPORTANT REASON.;;
$ Mrs. T. J. Aldermon is chair- L. Birt. Holland Payne accompanied new: home. Now for the new address of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Andrews As a special Spring Clean-Up safety project our Junior Fire

man of the drive for the Hampton them when they left Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Menz and I Warren Johns for the benefit of Sonny. Wilbur and Gene Andrews Marshals are making and distributing doorknob tags to

for Maryland to visit Mrs. Payne's children are occupying the house: cur many readers who will desireto and Glenda Parker were Sunday remind us all that fire is a constant threat to life and property.!'
parents. foimerly' occupied by the House correspond with him: Pvt. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Scber Junior Fir
It's our pleasure to sponsor year-round .
in Wildwood.Mrs.
Mrs. Otis Forsyth spent last family. Warren G.Johns RA No. 14686201 Doyle t
H. E. Stokes and daughter Marshal for school children in our community.YOB
weekend in St. Petersburg visiting Mr. and Mrs. Hingston and Tng. Co. "G" USAJTG Fort program
with her husband, who is stationed children of Live Oak visited Mr. Gordon. Ga. Take time to writeto Ruby visited Mr. and Mrs. Dewey can help by following the advice on the tag you will find

.' SALE there. Mrs. R. C. Williams and and Mrs. Fred Cannon Sunday. Warren. I know he will appreciate Stokes and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey on your doorvHAROLD
: sons of New Port Richey accom- Knight ReunionMr. it.Mrs. Fipps of Jacksonville Sunday.

panied her to Hampton on Monday and Mrs. A. J. Greene were R. L. Morgan and daughter Mrs. R. E. Stokes had as her

; to visit here this week with hosts recently at a family reunion Miss Joyce Morgan and niece, guests Sunday night Mr. and Mrs. C. WALL AGENCY"INSURANCE
I '. OF Mrs. Williams parents, Mr. and for the Knight family. The Miss Faye Morgan attended the Rudoff Stokes and children of

,-t : ': Mrs. J. W. Home. following guests attended an out- wedding of another neice, Miss Alachua.Mr. SPECIALISTS"
< ,_ Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Bryant door dinner. Mr.; and Mrs. Otis Delvene Morgan, who was wed and Mrs. R., G. Thomas .. '

.... .- drove to Lake City on Mondaythis Knight and children} of Bellview to fcamuel O.'Lflghty in the Naz- Beth Mrs: Groover Thomas were 200E. Call Stred. "PhoneV6 4-4801
'=;;;: .- week. Mr. and Mrs Paul Dobbs and arene Church at White Springs weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs.

: .:. .SALES Lloyd Segerstrom of San Antonio children of Ocala, Mr. and Mrs. Saturday afternoon at 5 p. m. Ray Wilson and Mr. and Mrs. Starke, Fla. _
Texas, who has been work- Leeman Knight and children of Miss Joyce" Morgan served her D. M. Starling of Jacksonville.

Live Oak., Mr. and Mrs. R. E. cousin as Maid of Honor. Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Goodge of

I Brady and daughter of Cornelia Let us take this time to again Starke were Sunday afternoon r 1
Ga.. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Staffordof invite you to be with the peopleat guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hod- '

Lake City, Mrs. Edna McCall Heilbronn Church on Sundaysfor ges Sr.
: of Macclenny, Mr. and Mrs. Zed- regular services offering you Mr. and Mrs. Albert Rain of [:rj'tto neJ
GIFTS ric Wills and children of Baldwin and your family the best in High Springs were Tuesday !
Mrs. Inman Marrison of preaching by the Pastor, Rev. Wests of Mrs. Mamie Hodges.Mr.
and Mrs. Carl Edwards and -,
Raiford Mrs. Ethel Hurst, Mrs. Otis T. .Jones and singing both j'r. the. r
Cora Buling, Mrs. Ettye Clemons by the congregation and specials. children of Gainesville were: ; ;: I '.
Mr. and Mrs.E. fi
of O.
Thursday guests I- :
Mr. and Mrs. Clayborn Driggersand Interesting[ prayer meeting on :
children of Lake Butler. Wednesday .evenings with choir W. Hodges.E. ".,>..' '. :.....,...... '8 g'.#. :u.. ?: .f1ih
GALORE Also :Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Rhodes practice on Friday nights. Also C. Lewis of Starke was the r ;i > dfh 4

Mr. and Mrs. J. Z. Pearce and son. let's be reminded: of the big revival Monday Woodrow guest Thomas.Jo of. Mr. and Mrs. ..':::::.\. .''. .fill a..' ,, 'i:. :; .:, .
: .
Mrs. J. L. Johnson and son Mrs. to be held at Heiibronn fora : :
Ann Reddish of Starke was -' *
Nettie Greene and children of week starting July 12. Plan now

Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. to attend, details in full will be 'the Sunday guest of Linda Sue ..., ...
Thomas.Mr. .
G. A. Johns Jr. of High Springs. .given at a later date.
Several of our fishermen have Keith Reddish visited with and Mrs. Henry Colman of NEW 1959 PH1LCODUOMATIC
I I Gainesville were Sunday after-
friend and relatives in Jacksonville -
noon guests of her parents, Mr. '
Sunday evening.Mi
and Mrs. J. H. Sowells.
Marilyn Cox was home
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Sowells
from the University over the
weekend with her parents, Mr. were Sunday luncheon guests of *
MVs. Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Hazen ofStarke. It's a washer
and E. L. Cox.

Mr. }sand Mrs. Clifford visited Johns Mrs.. S. M. Mott gave'+irt a small O V s a dryer/ -
and family of Jacksonville
412 dinner party Thursday night hon-
with Mr. Johns' parents Mr. and
oring her daughter-in-law her ifs
Mrs. E.. C. (Ernie) Johns Sun- on ,
lirthday.Those present beside the "

F. .HH day.Harvey's sister Mrs. John Still- immediate and son Lloyd.family were Mrs. King ,..!In-Ones

wen and children of Fernandina
Mrs. Mike Tilghman of Gainesville -
Beach, visited with us Sunday.Harve's
; mother. Mrs. Leona Mc- spent the day with her ICf.792

: Carthy returned home with her mother Mrs. S. M. Mott last
I. Wednesday.
daughter after spending a week
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Ray Carl-
: with us and friends of com-
; munity. tcn were Sunday guests of Mrs.
S. M. Mott and Rev. Thomas of
Visiting Mrs. Annie Kelly over
... the weekend were her sons and High Springs visited them in the a"sw I
families. Mr. and Mrs. Scobie Kelly -
F Autry Smith of Fairbanks visit-
..: and daughter Gene of Starke.Kelly and and ed his sister Mrs. Elbert Mott, --twit;
Mr. and Mrs.
I and Lloyd King the weekend.
: daughters of Zephyrhills. I
Mrs. R. F. Gano
( spent several ry
My mother Mrs. Maude Mott
.' : brother- days recently with her brother
with her
win visit today
A. D. Martin of Waldo while his
: : in-law and sister .Mr. and Mrs.
J CALL Frank Richard and daughter Gail wife was in the hospital in
Gainesville. Mrs. Martin is home .
of Lake Butler. s !
I now and doing fine. 18r
: I Mrs.Weekend R. L. guest Morgan of and Mr.family and Mrs. O. R. Gano and daughterof ". F its OBYW'18fr wit11Wty

Swan Lake
were weekend
neice Miss Faye Morgan -
*as their
guests of Mrs. R. F. Gano.

THURS FRI SAT of. and Jacksonville.Mr. Mrs. E. L.. Cox visited Mrs. Ida Jones of Graham visited ..-
the N. J. Davis family Mon-
St in Jacksonville Thursday. After day afternoon.Mr. Combines the best features of deluxe washer
their return home they were visit- and them both!
and Mrs. J. R. Davis and and dryers .. outperforms
: ; ed by L.'H. Armbruster of Gainesville son of, Cocoa were weekend guestsof Washes and speed-dries full family size load]
: of'Jack
and K. P. Brown -
little hour. With 3 water temperatures -
in as an
Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Davis. Sun- as
;:05 10:00 A.M. :' sonvffle. day afternoon Mr. and Mrs. J., C. Soak Cycle and Big Filter Drum for
: : Henry Thornton Jr.. Davis of Waldo arrived for a short lint-free washing. See it today!
: "', .' ,i:., ::. "visit C. D. Dowling of Jacksonville r s' ,
been having good luck lately. is visiting his sister Mrs.
Roy Copper H. 1.!. Rlcharde and
\ Davis and family for several days. i!
: : Sherman Crosby have had good Mrs. '389
REFRESHMENTSWRGR :,; Mr. and M. F. Hazen of
: tick with. :bass and me11cra ers. Starke visited Mrs. Lillie Cone E dntDryry
Rev. .AIton'Stephens
song Saturday afternoon.Mr. .
.. Ronnie.,were dinner guests of the,I '" ...> 41 \
r and Mrs. Corbert Horn of
O. E.: Crosbys Sunday., They all' Lake City 'visited her parents Mr Your old washer (Is (

visited Mr. and' Mrs. J. L. Johns end Mrs. W. L. Clark Sunday )
t' Down Paym ntlDODD'S !
in. the af ternoon; afternoon. your .

If your child brings home a note Friday Mrs. Q' H. Chambersand

RADIO this week about bicycle safetybe Mrs. Elouise Eatman and

sure you, read. sign and return children of Lake City visited the
It.TholighE. F. L.'Clark family. SERVICE & AUTO SALES

for the week:-Acd- 'Mrs. Jackie Barry and son _

dents never 'happen, they are.caused Dutch were Sunday luncheonguests 528 S. Walnut SU Starke, Fla. Phone WO 4.' GlTHURSDAY

.. jJL-/ -.* cf Mr., and Mrs Jimmy

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\Woman's b Hospital Auxiliary of'State Road %00. all lying and Court and cause: and that the re
being in Section 24. Township 7 lit-f sought in saM rnit' is td remotelUuds
Receives Three Will Be Host South." Range! 21 East in Brad- from and Quiet and confirmthe
ford County. Florida exclusive I plaintiffs title to the above de-
State AwardsThe lAt v< the right of way of State bribed" lands as an indefeasible. fee
District Meeting I. Roads ;, and 200. t-imple title thereto against the
Parcel Three I claims of you and earh of you; and

Starke Woman's Club received I The Bradford County Hospital j The Wet Half three awards at the flori- t. Quarter (SW,i ). and required to file your answer or
4- Auxiliary will be host to the
; written detonses in
and the West Half (W!*) of the to tae complaint
da Federation of Woman's Clubs 1 t48 Northeast 'District meeting of I Southeast Quarter fSEH ) of the said cause in the office of tbe un-

Gladys Mooty Convention held in the Robert Florida Hospital Auxiliary on Southwest Quarter (SW 4) of1v'ction rfersigned Cierk t.fth.. .Circuit
I %1. Township South. Court at Stare: Bradford County,
..,..-:.:::------------------------------------.. Myer Hotel, Jacksonville last &Vf i, ;. Thursday April 30, at the Camp Range 21 East. and also all of I lorida on or bt'ore the :i day of
a week. V fr .a. ',- itW1:: I t Blanding Officers Club. that portion of the Northeast May. 1S5J.' and to serve a copy
Quarter (NEV. I of the thereof on Theron A. Yawn.- Jr..
Garden Club Ethel Circle ; f' Southeast -
Biggs year two outstanding oil t:4 :
I Attending will be volunteer I Quarter (fE'4) of Section I-Uintiff attorney whwe address

To Meet MondayA I| Met April 14th paintings are purchased by the I 1:: .. workers frem St. Vincent's St. 23 Township 7 South Range 21 i>: Post Office drawer 7S1. Starke
Florida before paid date alt
; : Ea't lying North and Easterlyof on or
I art division at the Florida ; 4J Luke's '
Baptist Memorial and of Florida
L14 the waters edee of Utile rrquired by the Laws
program on "Day Lillies and !! The Ethel Biggs Circle of the eration of Art annual Fed-I k' saP. ; : : tt4tftd Duval Medical Center of Jacksonville I Santa Fe l.aW, sometimes known and the Florida Rules of Ciril Pro
: III Hampton Lake (and inludlug cedure. Tf you fail to do so. a -
House Plants" will be presented]J First Baptist Church met Tuesday These paintings r ;y 7 ? ; Clay County of Green Cove all riparian rights) exclusive pro confesso will be entered

by Mrs. A. Russell Norman at the evening April 14, at the Inter awarded to the two clubs 1)k p Springs: ; Putnam County of Pa-: of the right of way of State fcgainst you fof the relief demanded

Starke Garden Club meeting. home of Mrs. Logan Baldwin with the best art programs dur- !Mka; Flager Hospital, of St. Road 19 all !leing and being in in the complaintIT that

Monday night at 7:30 o'clock in I with Mrs. one Wiggins as co- ing the year. One of the paintingswas : .. $ t.. Augustine; Alachua General of GREETINGS-Bradford County.; You Florida.are hereby i this Order IS HEREPY and Notice ORDERED shall ba published

the Episcopal Parish House on r-ostess. presented last week to the Gainesville; Ed Fraser Memorial notified that, a suit in equity has I once eah week for four consecutive

Church Street. Siarke Woman's Club for its orig- cf Macclenny; Nassau General cf i' ten brought against you and each ,I weeks In the Bradford
Aprons fcr the children's home .- v of you and al.> against trad ford ounty Telegraph a newspaper
inal "Art Ancnymous" and "Art Fernandiria Beach; and Bradford County a political subdivision of paMi.-hed in Bradford County.
Hostesses for the evening will : WEre turned in at this meeting ,, I
Fcr Fun" Florida\ and baring a generaicbrc'iattnn -
programs. This honor 4 4 4 County Starke. the State of Florida; Georgia.:
be Mrs: H. A. Lawson chairman. and: plans were made for attend- Southern and Florida Railway Company : within said (County.
was won in competition with all Zf Mrs. Junius
M. Smith. District
foreign P A. MY HAND as Clerk of
Miss Clara Leaman Mrs. A. E. ing the quarterly association f a corporation WITNESS
clubs throughout the state. t1t Chairman will preside. Mrs. Gordon Prinson: T. J. Perry also knownas he Circuit Court t,f Bradford Count -
McKinney and Mrs. J. D. Sey- meeting at Gadara Church .
on The painting awarded to the ..- Jeff Perrr, Ida Wiggins. II. B.Wjsgips Florida and the seal of aid
Lollar State President of
mour. I Friday. ; GIISlie Durden; Nets Court. at tark.... Bradford County,
Starke club Is a beautiful flower -- Fort Pierce will attend. I Johnson: r D_ Dyal: C W. Mcjuerry F!..rid.t this 1Mb day of AprlCJ!.
Mrs. S. L. Peek Jr. was assistedin study entitled "The Lupin" and Mrs. Smith has appointed the : Arnold H. ChiMs: Carl : ( F.\T. OF THE C1RCT1T ("ln RT)

Methodists Plan I presenting the program by Mrs. I vill be exhibited to members at Pictured in receiving line at tea for bride-elect (l-r) Mn. C. I .:hns.. Lucille Johns' Edwards, s. 1 !-11 CHARLES .\ DARPY
following committees to serve of nude
: mother R. Johns. Jr.: JI'"C."C. WasdinV.: Cierk of the Circuit Court
Family : C. J. Houpt Mrs. Tyler Jones the May Day Breakfast. I J. Houpt 3Irs. Tyler Jones, of honoree Miv Saundra Door, Mrs. P. G. Felos and Mrs. T Wa!'din: Leo Wiggins! ? Phillip ford County. Florida
NightThe '
I Mrs. One Wiggins, Mrs. E. F. For the third year the club Jones, the honor guest, Sirs. L. F. Dinkins, and Mrs. \V. B. H. H. Adams; Registration Mrs. snider: Hdna Studer. Garnet Studer: T heron A. Yawn. Jr.
j Miles. Mrs. Paul I Foster R Hayes and p.t'ttyI: Hay- P. O. Drawer 7S1tarke.
regular Family Night covered I Carter. Mrs. WES among the winners in the )Iund -. w. H. Graham and Mrs. H. A. H'a.5. defendant by A J Thomas ? Florida!
i ichailes Hardy, and Miss Sandra I Year Bcok Program this I Jr. :!nd hlllf., .. Eva Mae. Thomas. As Attorney f..r Plaintiff
awards. Bishop.
dish dinner will be held Wednesday 1! Jcnes. ; Hospitality, Mrs. T. plaintiffs! in the above entitled (:!: .It SJ':
April 29 at 7 at time receiving honorable mention.' G Ritch; Decorations, Mrs. S. E. -
p. m. Miss Saundra In the Florida
Twenty-one members and three Jones room where
Fellowship Hall. I The local club scored again in Simmons and Mrs. J. H. Arnold;
visitors attended the punch was served from .
After dinner Mrs. Edith Good- I meeting. the drama division contest with Bride Elect, silver; bowl, were two beautiful a Publicity and Reservations Mrs. J Factory Prices
one of its members Mrs. C. L.Scholl. T. C. Hazen. Jr.
man director cf Recreation at Ii
Brownie Notice taking second Complimented At TeaThe flower arrangements. One was of
i, place for A short business meeting will
Riverside ParK Methodist Church Easter lilies with each blossom &t'I
her entry. "What Are You Into be held for the local members
Jacksonville will present home. of Mrs. C. J. Houpt centered with a pink rose bud
a pro- The Brownie Scouts will hold New? This was a one act play at 10 a. m. with registration to ,

gram-of recreation. There will be : their regular meeting Friday afternoon -I based on an article which Mrs. at 333 N. Walnut street was the and the other arrangement was of begin at 10:30.: Awards for volunteer !- I- One Quart with Each
setting for a beautiful tea last tall red and yellow tulips and
a nursery for young children. I at 3:30 o'clock at the Scholl presented at a meeting of service will be made to FREE
Fiiday afternoon honoring Miss Belles of -- One buy
I Ireland intermingled ina or Gallon you
of Mrs. J. D. Warren. the club last year. several _local members during the
Saundra Jones popular bride- driftwood_ setting. luncheon.

elect.l Hostesses for the affair Presiding at the silver tea and An local members PAINT STORE
Birthday to MARY CARTER
1 H.P. Party vveie Mrs. Houpt, Mrs. L. F. ccffee services at intervals during attend are urged
For Dinkins and Mrs. W. B. reservations may be
Edward Mundy.
Bya were greeted at the door
FEDDERSAIR Green. Mrs. H. L. Speer, Mrs. Roy WO 4-7581 Mrs. .
Little Edward Knight who was by Mrs. Houpt and signed in the I I. Wingate of or Pelos at WO
Jacksonville and
4-0693. not later than
six years old on Saturday, celebrated guest book kept by Miss Virginia Mrs. E. R. Moench. Assisting at April 28. Tuesday,

the occasion \vnen his parents Jones, sister of the honoree. Mrs.
the tea table were Mrs. G. J. Mc-
LF.Lc Mr. and Mrs. Hollis V Mundy presented, guests to the Griff Sr. and Mrs. W. B. Parks. as- Le\| Johns liVING ROOM GROUP

Knight gave a party for him in icceiving line composed of Miss Presiding at the punch table S.mon J. Temple; Pizarro; John K.F. Mayers Svfco;; f

their carport at 713 Laura street Jcnes, her mother Mrs. Tyler utre Mrs. C. A., Knight. Mrs. L. John K SIM-; ,; Perume Parkhurt4;

CONDITIONER. that afternoon.The Jones, and Mrs. Dinkins. The receiving II. Jennings, Mrs. H. H. Houston Pf Erooks rrien Mayer Parkhurst; T. ;M. Haiti William\. '

-w.wfI : carport was gayly decorated line stood in the living ?nd Mrs. Guy Sale. Passing sandwiches Henry Saxon; John Dyal; John Faggazzi -; 7T.1: ll11b

with crepe paper streamers and room in front of the mantel which silver trays ; Andrew Fugrazzi; Lin me Wil! ] :
on were Mrs. liams; P. K. Myers Sarah .
M. Blarkwtll -
ic ( i i WORLD'S MOSTPOWERFUL multi-colored balloons: hanging Held an artistic arrangement of G. J. McGriff, Jr., Mrs. N. B. ; E. K. Hardin: Joseph C ;
from the ceiling. The 2S pink calla lillies and stock Keene<<
:youngsters pink Rosier and Miss Sylvia Paulk. ; Jerry Keene; Lucinda
/ ( ictYJ enjoyed games and refresh- interspersed with pink leather Perry; James L. Gates; Samuel C.
Among the out-of-tcwn guests Lcne: Susie B. McLrmore: Henrietta
IllJJ ments during the party hours and l leaf fern. Inviting guests to the 1. Earle; John C. Edie; Thomas W.

.. Thin and Low Models were given favors of party hats tea table in the dining room was 'were Mrs. Ray L. Wingate Sr.. Pitts; Edwina Roberts; \\-. G.
L- and blowers. Mrs. Steven Kelly and Mrs. Ron-j Seals; S. R. Johns; 1It'anor"t'r-
Mrs. c. H. Nasworthy. The table
; aid Patray of Jacksonville Miss) trei Sharpe; N. A. Lane. JohnFanther. I
Assisting in the decorations and I was covered with an imported ; Jane M. Faucher. D. R
ONLY Ruth Lee of Tampa Miss Margarita Nolan Vina
; : J. II. Black-
serving :were Judy Lesawyer Martha Irish linen cutwork cloth and
Santander of Miami Mrs.A. welder) : Martha Futch; E. I*. S. P.
Weldon, Lynn Pennt and Son- centered with a branched eperg- Kirksey. Mary J. Webb; May Webb;
B. Jones and Mrs. D: P. Mit-
Jacob Johns; George W. Livingston
Hunter. ;
ja nttte holding pink carnations,
chell of Callahan. Mrs. E. C. Avie Dyal; Charles S. Fuggazzi;
S 95 I baby breath pink leather leaf Mary Fuggawi; H. H. Hall; J. H. INCLUDES
Akridge Keystone Heights Mrs.C.
.Janet KaufmannIs fern and four pink tapers. Silver Packwt'n1.:: C. Webb; J. C I
L. Mattox and Mrs. J. M. Keene; Eliza Keene; Martha Keene:
Hannah admits that"A trays held decorated pink Oilvie cf Gainesville. John Alexander Graham; Kittle M.
wolfs ;
Party Honoree end white mints and tiny pink Hates; J. D. McLemore: ; J. R. Earle,
whistle is like a train whistle- and white decorated cakes. Silver Calling between the hours of Jr.. J. C. Kdie; T. W I'itts: Charles 2 Piece Living Room Suite
you like to hear it even if you Janet Kaufmann celebrated her II Roberts: Uzzie Harris; Jessie B. I
tea services graced both ends four to five-thirty were approximately .
aren't !" :eals: Julia Johns:: W R Lane:
going anywhere seventh birthday on Monday after- I
of the table. 225 guests.. John Fancher.: Jane M. Fancher:
noon with a party for 20 friends. I Delia Cason; Ella FancherJ.. R.
Nylon Cover Foam Rubber Cushions
:Mrs. George Kautmann used Turner; A. A. Durtien: W S. Futeh: t
'Karen.Harris I 'Kokomoor 'Mrs. E. 1.... S. P. Kirkseyj WilHam .
flowers for the dec.
Spring party I A Wehb: Ella Cl. Webb: Jeremiah
orations and a pink and white Has Birthday Party Celebrates Birthday H. ..Moorei Jtfarv C. A. Johns: Bolen 2 Step Tables ,.. .... ,f.
hail Silas Futch. Tenjpy Jone
color motif was carried out in the ;

refreshments of 'ibirthday cake, cup Mrs. Ira Hams gave a birthday Karl Kokommor celebrated his I Margaret Rhodes.Pace: MilUrd; Myra Brown.Fancher.Mvra LB I, 1 Cocktail Table 2 Table Lamps f

SALES SALES cakes, and ice cream. Games were rarty Tuesday afternoon for her second (birthday anniversary Wed-1| :}o'cucherII.: .-* J.. Johns: II. A. Wil1 !-

'daughter, Karen, who was celebrating afternoon of last week i'ams: Nellie E Purn4'tt E 11. Cor-
played during the party hours and nesday : J delI Isabella ENTIRE 7 PIECES r
Grooms: J. H loss;
WO WO prizes were awarded to the win her fifth anniversary.A when his parents. Rev. and Mrs. i'j j.J. M. D "f'nt'3u: T L. Oarrett: JW .

ners. The little guests received green and yellow color motif i Donald Kokomoor gave a party Watterson: E H. Gowin :ary rr

4-3551 4-4975 favors of bubble gum and suckers. was carried out in the party deco I for him at their home on Raiford ;, ]C Frown.Owens Sylvester: Jr.: Robert F. T.Gardner.'Owen Hemp-: r

Mrs. Kaufman was assisted by rations. Ice cream, cake and i road. 'II is one.: A. M. Ha<.kett: Mary I. McI 194 ,95
L _SERVICE A'S SERVICE punch were served and the 21 Ka.'rl |I '('all: John Ferdinand Kiicgazzi:
a as
her mother, Mrs. R. C. Feme ot I was given baby goat .
Martha \ Hottser
Keystone Heights, and Mrs K little guests were given favors ol I I a birthday gift and the ten little i i i ;Mary Adams Pirkrt: J. F Johnson.L I

Seuel of Chicago. suckers and,party blowers. i guests enjoyed playing with him .\nnic4' harper Mima Kile JHritt .

Mrs. Harris was'assisted by Mrs. during the.party hours. Miss Kate ',, Temple.Ifekle William: Juanita Jones Kile.George Sarah K.J. SMALL DOWN PAYMENT, NO CARRYING CHARGE

James BIack hear, Mrs. M. H. Struth assisted the Kokomoors in i Pace; Milo Fanrhrr. Prter J-.an'h..r;

David McKnight Sheppard, Mrs M. G. -McMillan caring for the youngsters and in II Ida O. Brown :Milo Faucher: Peter

Host On BirthdayDavid .and Mrs. J. E. Hardy. serving ice cream and cake. Mah Faucher. : T. T William' NellieE.\ "
*ie; Ethel M. Mahone. S. J. We Give ##/ Green Stamps
Ross: Mary A. Roes: Julia P.

McKnight celebrated his leveneau: Ethel Garrett; J. W.
Farewell PartyAt Water; IVHa GowlnSebron
seventh: birthday anniversary Hrown; Owen Owins: William f*"

Huge SAVINGS -- Cash DISCOUNTSBigSpriligBuilderS'Special 8 Saturday afternoon with a party \Veldon Home Reuse: ; X. W. Hackett. F. I. McCall,
also known as Francis I. McCall:
for friends. J. F. Houser; Dr. O. W ("lay ton. HART FURNITURE CO
A green ,and white color motif Mrs. O1ad 's'Weldon entertained Mary Adams; Emmett 7.. Dicks
also known as E. Z. Dicks: r F.
st a farewell party Monday evening -
was attractively carried out in Harper R. L. Kite; Nora Prown
for Mrs. Julie Foster who is Kennedy Georgia Kile Irene Kile
the refreshment table decorations. ; ; ;
returning to her home in England Ruth Kile: Mary Nell Kile: MaryS ,
Games were played during the
Dain; S. A. Sylvester: T J Pur-
party hours and the youngsters next, week. den; Silas w. Fntch. and Henry

given favors of balloons and The Bradford. County Hospital : Six friends of'Mrs.. ,Foster enjoyed Saxon as trllltf'f'I..f Santa Fe
Asphalt 2.50 Kit ,
FIBER GLASS announces: the following births:, the affair. Cemetery: J. M Kilt James CDain. -
uhistles.; Lttitia"t'rtr ,* Sylvester.Dr. G.
; ..' 7
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Everett ( \' VLU
$60M .. 6c S4. Ft. Mrs. E. L. McKnight was assisted I I l 0.V. Clayton Pauline Clayton.
Brick 42.50M Futch Lawtey, a daughter Vanessa A. A. Durden, S. D. \Willis /' ;117f
I i in caring for her son'spriests i t SigmaPhi and CD. Willis.: dvinpt t>u,.- the
Marie ,Apr. 16. We ;,
by her cousin Mrs. J. J. ir.css under the name and style 'f.:;? give your car
Sheetrock 1.55 Plywood 5.12 Sheet Mr. ftnd Mrs. Harry Green of "sorority of Santa Fe Development Company
The Beta Sigma Phi
Hoke of Columbia, S. C., who wasa tall of whose respective residencesare
Starke, a daughter, Edine, Apr.
weekend guest. preferential tea noring rushees unknown) if alive and if any

15. will be held at the home-of,Miss cf the above named persons be I Z)7VG
2' 8" x 6' 8" JAL. DOOR ea. 29.75 Mr. andMrs. Johnny William dead then his unknown heirs, devisees
Louise Stern on S. Walnut street legatees grantors, lienors
Jackson of Starke a son, Michael- Sunday afternoon. Apr. 26, from c creditors successors in interest or
Jay. Apr. 20. other claiming any in-
0" 6' 8" JAL. DOOR 30.50 four to five o'clock.
3' x ea. Mr. and Mrs. Warren F. Ebling -rest in the hereinafter described
The sorority model meeting will property by, through. under or a-
of Camp Blanding. a daughter, Tfcinst each such df""t'a't'd. and al
held Monday evening, Apr. 27, ether persons claiming any interest

37" x 38 3-8" JAL. WINDOW ea' 12.95 Apr. 20. at 8 o'clock aUthe: home of Mrs. ia the property hereinafter described

.- ', : Donald 1605 Raiford by. through under or a-
: HELP WANTED Mr. and.Mrs.C L. Overturf orC17 toad. Kokomoor.. : bainst them or either of them and
-5j '* >- ail other persons claiming any
37" x 50 5-8" JAL. WINDOW ea. 15.50 Pinewood'Drive-announce: :_ the j! v- right title or interest whatever in
bath of a son, Stephen Daniel;;W OWGrcletioticeSylvan or to the following lands situate in

on Sunday. Apr. '19, in Alachua ,.. -- -. Parcel Bradford OneA County Florida. to-wit:

37" x 38 3-8" AWN. WINDOW ea.. 20.75 WOMENAges General Hospital.BeforeIt's. Forest Woodman's Cir- parcel of land lying in the

.. ....-... -- .,.y cle will meet Tuesday at 8 p.m. Southwest Quarter (SWli ) of
for the the Southeast Quarter (SE'I.)
regular meeting. For information -
and in the Southeast Quarter
37" x 50 5-8" AWN. WINDOW ea.23.60 contact' President Mrs. (SE 4) of the Southeast Quarter
: 18 35 ONLY Ira Wilson.. For transportation (SE:.. ) of Section 24, Township
7 South. Range 21 East In Brad-
call Mrs!, Wesley Andrews. ford County Florida containing ,i .

Tropical Windows -. Special Prices Fourteen and Seventy-seven hundredths ".
Sewing I Revival Apdl2G Mliy 3; Don'Brandets (14.77) acres and being A Cities Service spring Chec .n-Change
more particularly described as
To Contractors"Remember : Prearhfaig Madison follows: is oJI it takes to season your car's performancefor
Operators 'Str'ret Baptist Church 900 Block Commence at the Southeast Corner -
West Madison Street. of said Section 24 and run spring. Bring your car ?in this week:
thence in a Westerly' direction

On-The-Job Training 1:' The dram Covrt'Of ..... KlckthBdirial along the Southerly boundary RADIATOR DRAIN AND FlUSH. Vital for summer
.. thereof a distance of IS!IIIO feet
USE Circuit Of FUrida la more or less to the Easterly travel. Rids your radiator dangerous rust
ONE WEEK Ami F.r Bradford CovBty..
; of
boundary of the right way -
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cr'y. %IH. thence and slvdge.
of State Road ) run
J&J's .
/ \ Cam V.: 1ZTSOA.
PAID VACATION North S degrees. 31 minutes East
j. THOMAS; and hi* wlf, along said Easterly boundary. a OIL CHANGE with; multi-range 50 KooJmofor' 10WI -
I\\ MOIiERNIZATIONc'viia PVA MAE THOMAS. Plaintiff n.'wn.J distance of 18 feet more or Jess
Hospital and'Medical' .' UI. a TEMPLE' et aX.. Defendants. to its Intersectlnoill> the 30. Gives light lOW performance at starting

.. Northerly boundary: of the right
PLAN i Policy BenefiiAPPLICATIONS Too Late .I IT TO QriET. TITLE of way of State Road IS!I to pointof -. medium 20 grade performance for warm-
ORD :R pi-RT.trATio.v. AXD beginning. From point Of be- .
J-llhIc ) NOTICE TO,.DEFEND. t'.nnine thus described continue up.. heary 30 grade performance for

( wI.jI Easy Financing I Protect' jourself ;'against l.'n'.1'H"t-'a: 'To Name: Of, The State Of North 9 degrees. Jl minutes East cruising.CHASSIS' ; .
along Mid Easterly boundary a
y) ( 4 NO DOWN PAYMENT loss .or damage to 'your --: .WlT1larri..Trlnt!. and bis wife. distance of S40.S feet to a point:
4c TAIvEN slpre- With''adequate- fire l>nrtre Tnnlti. whtos residence is run thence South 87 degrees. 1* LUBRICATION., tough Trojan H
I I;:* Grant Street. Ramsay. New minutes and 40 seconds East a
.- DAILY 1 P3I. 4 P.JL i insurance. Call us today for I Jerwyt Audrey John* Christie. distance of 513.: feet to a point: Grease. Squelches squeaks. guards against
/ t F.IITitle 1 Loans or In Person i whose residence Is lA 5 Azalea Road. run thence South t degrees 4S "
Apply dirt
details about ondmvj.COMPLETE .
complete ..
ABC Flan Loan I AtiKD ta. Georgia: Hampton BeachDevelopment minutes and 59 seconds West a
( d'
l low cost plan. I Comtuiny a .Ii_"olv-d distance 471.9 feet to a point: i
301 E. Call St. -_ Starke Fla.J& '.* me! tlr corporation, and A. A. run thence South *J degrees, 2S! SAFETY CHECK of oil the crucial
J.>nrden,, the last named resident minutes East 2(7.1 feet to a -
Big Dad Mfg. Co: 1' renf t f said corporation. J.A. McOrackMi. point; run thence South I degrees spots on your car.
Charley t. JohnsAgency R. L.. Kil. A, A. DurcJ_. I minute andO: second West a .
TT_ W Simmons and H. A. DePutta.Jhe distance of 402.1 feet to the aforeaaid .
Incorporated last known officers'and direct North rly boundary: run @
J : ors of said! corporation. who e' residences thence West along said Northerly )
are unknown: and Rile Investment boundary a distance of SILCOX CITIES SERVICE
: Corporation a dissolved 905.7 feet to poiat of beginning.
'. flie clubhouse I built BUILDING SUPPLIES 441 E. Broe'St. domestic-corporation, and J. M. Kile Parol Tw
Jt ...... Mima A. Kile.: the last Jtnown The East Half (EH) at, She 705 Temple Avenue
\ the vacant lot next door? QUALITY & SERVICE
on Starke Fla. CliIII8
Dial"W4-0121 fleers: and directors of said oorrtftratV Southeast Quarter (SE'of the
: >n. who..#*residen-e are nn- Southwest Quarter (SW!i) and
.;.. t-tC.__._& L J > 4 1nowni and William C Temnle; TT.C. all that portion of the Southwest Starke, Fla.I Lr
Stkttce, -FJa: _-- .Temijlei _.Emma.SJ.e : 'Hay.J. .Quarter A&WJi) .f ,jthe Southeast -
rarkh rat; Levy Johns also known Quarter (SEU) lying West



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+ .'..1(0 I Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy was visiting Mrs. B. Haynes of Winter Hav-, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Jordan of Rites in the County Court House at' ft ?l ell }lackbtl"1'athj in and to14r *
Saturday Mrke. Florida. within etsht calmJ 1 ..
t Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Deaver in en spent Thursday to Monday Ovieda spent the weekend withMrs. ..r m.'-iths from the date of tllf'1 j Sole Ptvi* .
Biunswick, Ga. from Sunday to with Mrs. Bertha Pearce. T. J. Griffin Miss Annie For Mrs. Alvarez j Bret publication cof this notice, or I I The terms' e-f payment ",..I k<'
I the same *>iii bt'tome"old according Cash or its e. lent.
Wednesday.Mr. Miss Dolores McKnight 'spentthe Darby 'and Mrs. Carrie Ritch.
to law. This 17th. Jt .
Funeral services for Mrs. Emma April Laurie \\. Tomlin a.
and Mrs. B. L. Moxley Sr. past two weeks visiting in Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ritch returned First Publication April :!:. 1!5!I. tl'istriit IHroctor of Internal
Jane Alvarez. 83, a native of Brad-,
of MMrille. Ga. will be Washington, D. C.. New York Wednesday after a week's'kilt Aaron F Taylor. Administrator' RerenurIt ,
:ford County, were held at 3 of the Entail or fTes-sic K. Taylor V'1 K: F1.h.r.lneeenue .
;quests of Mr. and Mrs. Moxley, City, and Bay Town, Texas. She with Mr. and Mrs. H. A. p.m.l i iI deceasedllullis fifth >r)
Saturday at the graveside in con-I
iN Thc NEWS Jr. and family. attended a farewell party in New Durden at Jacksonville Beach. I V. Knight. Starke. Florida. .
.rer Cemetery with Rev. B. S. Arm Attorney for Administrator -- -
Mrs. Jesse Newsome is spending: York cay for Billy Smith, who All denomination, all faiths Invited .strong officiating. _____ 4-2J It 5-11 H ... _

..- -- .. -. .,_..,.,. -,- -,- Wednesday to Sunday with Mr. left Apr. 13 for Arabia. to hear Don Rrandei April I Mrs. Alvarez died April 15: at t. S. Tr.ry U..artf
and Mrs. Morris Williams in Miss Sandra Ivy of Forsythe, 2$ May 3, Madison Street Bap- her home in Jacksonville, where:! Internal Ke'eiue Service
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Crews and Rev. Donald Kokomoor was in Fclkston, Ga. Ga. was a weekend guest of Miss tist Church.Mr. : :\orui:: OF rt nuc AICTION
I i 1 she moved 12 from I FloridaTHEATRE
daughter Carolyn, and Mrs. J.i!Leesburg i last Tuesday and Wed- Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Widesren Jean Mundy.Dr. and Mrs. Tyler Jones u'ere' tarke. She was years a member ago : of: tEE April 22.: 1S!
M Mitchell visited Mr. and Mrs. nesday attending the meeting of and family have moved from! and Mrs. J. L. Stith and visiting his mother. Mrs. A. B. the Baptist Church. : Pursuant to authority contained
1>. S. Cook in High Springs on the Conference Board of Social Kingsley Lake to their home on children of Sanford spent the Jones in Callahan on Sunday in Seitiun (331: of the Internal ):..,-
Surviving are two daughters, Code the following described
I' enue
Sunday afternoon. ,t,I and Economic Relations. I II Lake Geneva. weekend with Mr. and Mrs. L. F. afternoon.Mr. | property lias been seized for nonpayment -
Airs. Clara Minter, Tampa, andiMrs.
Mrs. Clyde Tvnrilleear, Sr. and i i I Mrs. Guy V. Lee and daughter, Friends of Mrs. W. G. Haile Dinkins. and Mrs. Billy Burbank i Julia McMuIlen. Mobile Ala.; of delinquent internal rev
Shell Mack Ab-
Mrs. Mary Nolan of St. Pete ")i- Ruth," of Tampa and Miss Irene v.ill be happy to hear that she is Mrs. J. R. Kelly visited Mrs. ?r.d family of Fernandina were enue taxes: due from Florida.
sons, Hugh Alvarez Tampa; i! ernathy. Hampton.
burg were weekend guests of M'' Metzger of Bridgeport, Conn. .somewhat improved after being H. B. Kelly in Gainesville Tues- weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. .Charles Alvarez. Staike; and Paul The property will be sold in accordance -

end Mrs.Terwillegar. Jr. and fam- pent the past week with Mrs. seriously ill following a major day afternoon.Mr. M. W. Lance.Funeral Alvarez, Jacksonville. j i tn,n 3J5 with of the the provisions Internal Revenue ofee-

ily at Kingsley Lake. I J. E. Wall, Jr. and family. operation in Mercy Hospital in and Mrs. J. E. Hardy and Code. and the rrgnlation thereun Saturday April 25
MIami family visited Mrs. Charles Har- der. at public auction on the 7th
recently. She is expected SundayFor Arts of 1541. will register with the .
or 1SS>. at 1":04) \.M. atentrant
1.0 to the dy, Sr. in Gainesville Sunday. Oerk of the (Circuit Court in and dar May.
go home
of her son -- to; Bradford Cuunty Court
Oscar DavisOscar for Bradford County. Florida
Jack Haile in Miami this weekendto Mrs. George B. Flynn, Sr. received receipt of proof of publication upon of I1nUl convalesce.Miss word that her sister, Mrs. this notice. the fictitious name of U.r ptlitn .f pmpertyii
TV Davis, 65, died last Friday engaged; in business at 133 X. Temple j i North One-half (1 z) "' the
ServiceAll Genevieve Lee of Glen St.Mary R. G. Kidd, Jr. of San Bernar- morning at his home on Route 1, Ave, Starke. Fla. I f 1 NortheaM One-Quarter CXF.t. I ALIVE

spent the weekend with her (dina Calif., a former Starke resident Starke, after an extended illness. snit A. owner.C. rtoulston. Keystone heights ,, of I.)Southwest Set-lion One-Quarter:21. Township(S\V 7

grandfather B. L. Bryan. While underwent a serious opera- Born in Baldwin on Dec. 2, 1893, Dated this !>th dar of April A. D., I i S,'uth. Kanee :21 Fast -- 2Acres. /tI With Wenn Ford & Jeanne Crain
.here, she and Elzie Griffis of tion on Wednesday. he was the son of the late Wesley I 1159: at Starke, Dradtori: County, Situate in Hampton

Lawtey, and Wanda and Franklin Lendell Leavell of Jacksonville land Mary Oliver Davis. He wasa Florida. !,I Only Bradford th- right.
Work Guaranteed Free Estimates Silcox of Starke visited the Jack- spent the weekend with the W. retired farmer, a Veteran ol'! I. The ('...'" JadcrV ('..rf Ot
nville Zoo. H. Graham family. World War I and a member ot Bradford. ('0..'". Florid I DECORATED SHIPMUTINY

Fully Equipped DependableAll Mrs. E. A. Winkler and daughter Enjoying a boating party on the Hope Baptist Church, Theressa. I r.K-! Pr.haleIN Fatale: ..f r.essie J:. Taylor, WEDDING & BIRTHDAY
: Merry, spent last Monday to St. Johns River last Sunday were Surviving are his wife Airs. t't-t'alOt"d.. CAKES
Makes and Models'SHEPHERD'S r iday in St. Petersburg with Mr. and Mrs. Curt Malone and .Pearl Lea Rhoden Davis of Starke: _\ persons OTJ('.: TO having('R.aHTOn'i11 claims !or'de-' !, Order With Jon Hall and John CarraiUoe
Made To
.Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hoppenstedt. son. Bill Powell, Marten Cottle, five daughters, Mrs. Dolly 'l'hompson -- Mands against the estate of Res,.ieti. I'lus -Feather Blunter" Cartjgn
Little Terry Yawn underwent a Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Graham and and Mrs. Pearlie Rhoden both j! I Taylor! drcea.W. are hr.-l>y I 639: W. South Street

I .onsilectomy at 'Bradford County, family Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Gib- of Palatka; Mrs. Merlie Osteen.j I!,ratified in and the required offk-e of t"the fil<-'..nntyI theirTaira i Phone WO 4-3243

} RADIO & TV .Hospital on Tuesday. on and daughter. all of Starke, end Mrs. Jackie Davis both oti i I Jedge of Bradford County. Florida, Sun., Mon.. Tues, Wed.

Jean Vickers and Helen Jane and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Coneen and Cocoa; and Miss Mary Davis otf I April 26, 27. 2S and 29

INMAN D. GREEN, Owner Long are confined with measles.Mr. ccn of Keystone Heights. Hampton; five sons, Oscar \V., of

Phone WO 4-6901 Starke, Fla. and Mrs. A. E. McKinneywere Mrs. Merrill Edwards and chil-. Cocoa; William M. of Hampton; RIO BRAVO
visiting Mrs. J. G. Mlllican dren visited Mrs. James Kinchenin James A. of Keystone Heights:

in Palatka over the weekend. Jacksonville on Monday.Mr. Charles C.. a member of the U. .John Wayne Kirjtyel w>n, and

Kenneth Tyus, Mark Jones and and Mrs. Harry C. Elrod. Jr.. S. Air Force stationed in Orlando; Dean :Martin
Misses Nancy Stewart and Jean and family have moved to Warner and Lonnie M. Davis, 1'alatka; and
Vim Tain of a ))uf Cartoon
Thompson of Florida-Southern Robbins, Ga. where Mr. Elrod ; one! sister, Mrs. Mollie Copeland, x

.College spent the weekend with will be connected with Mobile 1 Jacksonville. Thur., Fri. Apr. 30 May 1
:Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Tyus. Homes Corp. F. B. Beard of Camp I Funeral services were held at 2 UP TO $600CASH -

Friends of Mrs. O. L. Beasley I' Blanding has bought the Elrod p.m. Sunday in Hope Baptist ilit

will regret to hear that she entered house at 1214 Bradford street for I Church with Rev. Fred Dodd of. t % TI'fi11tICwi
St. Joseph's Hospital in rental pioperty. ficiating. Burial was in the family illlr11t111...n-_d anFR
r ((1w er Tampa on Sunday after sufferinga Mrs. L. M. Stokes and Mrs. J.: plot under the direction of ie- UdiUI'J'' sUUv-'

I relaspe from an eye operation F. Jaudon are attending the State Witt C. Jones Funeral Home.
Baptist WMU convention in Tam Active pallbearers were O. V. I
which was performed a month I FOR ALL WORTHY NEEDS
pa Monday to Thursday. Hicks J. D. Griffis, Sidney GrIf-

ago.Mr.. and Mrs. Richard Laukka Mr and Mrs. E. E. Lewis and I fis Paul Meng Bill McRae, and I

and daughter of Georgia have family[ and Mr. and Mrs. James Eddie Allen.

rented the McKinney house at Pyal of Lake Geneva spent Sunday I CONSOLIDATE BILLS r. I

t (60 N. Water street formerly at St. Augustine. FFA Banquet Set TAXES REPAIRS

14 occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Marcus I Mrs. D. E. Knight spent Thurs- I MEDICAL EXPENSES
r J t+fti nr l 1r Bevis who have moved to day to Monday with her son, For Friday Night CASH PURCHASES ANDA
( rDnHE Fort Paul Kni ht. in Miami.
Myers. County Agent O. T. Huggms will .IMPROVEMENTSReduce
t Miss Sylvia Paulk was a guest Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Norman, bo guest speaker at the annual Budget PaymentsOn ( H1PFOUS' SHE-THING!
28. entertainer at the Florida State Jr. had as weekend guests, Mr. '
FEATL1I ES .Parent and Son Banquet of the
Furniture Auto
A. S. C. banquet at the HollidayInn and Mrs. Jack Seiple of Jackson- :Starke and Bradford FFA Chap ,

"I don't are if I did waste paint next time get in Gainesville Tuesday eve- ville. ters to be held in the high school Appliances j

quality paint from Starke Builders Supplies, Inc." ning. Don Brandris will "Fling Wide cafeteria Friday night at 7:30
Mrs. Corinne Kelly Watford, The Gates" in Madison Street o'clock.

niece of Mrs. Eunice Box of Jacksonville Baptist Church April 26 May The presentation of awards, PROMPT, .EFFICIENT AND COURTEOUS SERVICE r Ir

formerly of Starke. un- 3rd., 900 Block W. Madison St.
honorarychapter memberships,
NO MONEY DOWN 'erwent surgery in a Winter Haven Mrs. Ada Alexander and daughter end Star Chapter Farmer degrees

hospital on April 17. Wilma, are moving into the will be a feature of the banquet
Clyde Terwillegar will be in former Randal Chitty house at program.All STOP IN OR CALL TODAY

Spartanburg, S. C. over the weekend 472 W. Madison' street next week.j parents of chapter memberswill -URROR IROM THE TEAR 5000-SUR8WS
Repair to attend the Women's professional 'hey sold theip home at .I be special guests at this joyc Ho'den' Nard. CosteHo.AdenC 0
_ 1 golf association tourna- Church street to the Neal Lyons.! event. TOWN FINANCE Co.14.41V. AN AMERCAN; INTIRNATIONALPICIURfI'his

nent. Mr. and :Mrs. J. C. Hobbs and .
Add Rooms "Car of Tomorrow" Cartoon
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Billy Smith an accountant for family will spend the weekend
St. Starke Fla. Phone WO 4-9091 .
Cities Service Oil Co.. and of .
son: with Mrs. Hobb's parents, Mr. KOTICK OK INTKNTIO\ -- -
Bath Room L. F. Smith. Sr.. left April 13 for: and Mrs. J. T. Adkins in Bainbridge TO ItKGISTKK FICTITIOI.M >_%ME I .. .:
Notice is hereby given that the .
Arabia where he will work for the Ga. --- -
ilcrsiKncd. under the Provisions .
(INCLUDING SEPTIC TANK AND FIX- firm fcr two years. Mrs. Carrie Ritch and son, N. Starke Recap CV. under which I am -- -
TURES) Mrs. S. S. Field of New York T. Ritch of Hialeah returned of Chapter 20.9JJ, Laws of Florida

City is spending several weeks Friday from ten days in Boston
Time To Re-roof
with her mother, Mrs. L. F. SmithSr. Mass. lot

.. and Mr. Smith. Mrs.. Sam Zack and daughter. 9SThey're ATTENTIONALL

1 Miss Jackie Colley and Gus Julie, spent Thursday to Sundayin
STARKE BUILDERSu. Kopelousos of FSU were home Orlando where they attendeda ; c

for the weekend. bridal shower for Mrs. Zack's r666

Mrs. Bette Greene of Miami is sister, Mrs. Gene Moore Thursday
clIDpIIrc INC. spending ten days with Mr. and I evening. ,
Mrs. L. D. Vining._
-- ---
u ILU Airs. H. L. urowniee will return -
_ AT home this weekend from St. I
Luke's Hospital where she has
Together- and FREE SHOW
been confined for the past three

E weeks following major surgery.Dr. Nothing CanTear m Apart!

and Mrs.
Argin Boggus and
....... .....

Ne VERI-THIN SpodabIe 'IV son Mrs.first of of Jim Dahlonega the Chasteen.week, with Ga. spent Mr. and the J rir r "EACH SATURDAY MORNING, 10:30: A.M. a

Tommy Hewitt and John Haileof P 4

Valdosta, Ga. were Sunday AT THE
visitors Andrews.of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley WAYNE1w IT1tfNftON

Attending the annual conference -
of the Methodist WSCS at w [

the Riverside Methodist Church I FLORIDA; THEATREFIRST

in Jacksonville from Tuesday to

Thursday are Mrs. Titus Olson
Mrs. C. D. Williams Mrs. Donald

-- Kokomoor, Mrs. E. K. Perryman ,FEATURE SATURDAY, MAY 2, 10:30 A.M."flown .
Mrs. C. S. Braddock Mrs. E. D.

Olmstead and Mrs. Drew Reddish.Mr. .

S and Mrs. E. L.. McKnight '
had as guests Saturday to Wednesday Dakota Way"With

t 'hg Li! r l kx a of last; week Mr. and Mrs.D. .f
A. McIntosh of Kingstree, S. II
1 C. and Miss Sarah Caldwell of I ROY ROGERS
M' Newberry S. C. I I II
I It.
Fred .. .
Griffin of
Blounstownand II
... .
Harold Godwin students of. J I
Fay ro car Florida Southern College, spent !

the and family.weekend with Mrs. Godwin 1''11[ BiI& it ;#kk Jlp.-Your FREE Tickets at the Following MerchantsSimmons'

: _
: Mrs. H. B. Peyton Mrs. Junius
Smith, Mrs. A. ;
R. Norman :Mrs.
I S V. l
< Koch Starke Hardware Co.
Start At H. C. Ritch, Mrs. M. W. Cressler
,....,..........I. .... "...... portoI>Wau I
w...lia-. J .............w.r 1 79.95 Mrs. Edward Bums and Miss S. E. Simmons Prop. Dutch Hoy Paints
florence Jennings, members of +! I Phone WO 1-4101 Phone WO 4.5311
17 inch Portable TV the Library Board of the Starke ..:... r
,' ..... eaMd 156.....ittasti .. Woman's Club attended the Mac- r, ,
1 clenny Woman's Club meeting dTECHNICOLOR' Ace Electric Service City Barber Shop

Monday where the Regional t I Formerly Wells Electric
RCA VICTOR evening ... ....
W ri.lyttdK
r Library Plan was discussed. I: House Wiring, Term Payments Roy Morgan and S. E. SparksBarksdale's
t Mr and Mrs. J. J. Hoke of
WO 4-1921
Il....'s the ... ..... 01 TV-sleek sf'ua.beZItItld kI r Columbia. S. C. were weekend _1IIiI liar....1t ;.lS .hol .,... I
'1110 ra.Io- Dept. StoreTerwillegar
behold. Veri-thia styling-the most attracth toting guests of Mr. and Mrs. E:. L. Mc- I aIoImUr.il.1

portaMe you'Te ever seen>! So powerful I you' get ad., Knight 'IifJPtIn...,- a #. tm15 e Ji II. IntRIIIWIII1d r Motors We Clothe the Family

standing peifcnnance eves in most fringe areas!I Brad Carter underwent minor 6 dr. wtl.tJNRLtmD Ford Sales and Service I'hone0 1.7171A
( at the Alachua General
.Satr> > Sand.I'-... ...a..1s.n sll F (. Hospital last Thursday. He returned IO !:-'EI:: IZ&.E.!'S"l"""iR JE1 s.-.,"'JUlES iJ tW* rd LUo4 EeaYtTTwosora : -1 Used" Cars
t. + .__...._..uDIIo'ad..HC..A..'!:); $ Phone \\ 4-3381
.. Taaferno'Plwd ""- home Monday. i Local Finance Co. of Starke

t la Frog TnInI >M. SIIII, ,d-saa TaMsnilKt ..... Dr. A. J. Barry, who was confined Loans Up. To S600 '

8d Ruin ill"'l I 1 111n SipiI GIidI Ttllt, I i last week in, is St.now Vincent's convalescing Hospital at 4 Sun. MOD. Tues. Wed. Shepherd Radio & TV Mrs. Marguerite Hall, Mgr.

A's twit:. as latlcbC.iiiee. Tu.irMo JOU''n a 2-tY 1ooi at' EI:.: I home. Big Days -, Sales for RCA TV Phone WO 4-0101
I Services All Makes
.< I..... i:4 ,..._ ..--::-.!.-ai1't.. Now its your turn to hear Don' APRIL 26,27,. 28.29 I Phone'WO 4-6901
26 3rd-,
1L Brandtis April Mary
L --.c ..... '
Madison SU Baptist Church; 900 Gem Jewelry I

Block W. Madison Street. i Robbins'' Dept. Store Starke's Leading Jeweler
Mrs. R. P. McLendon and Mrs.I
D6nA "The Store of Values" Watches and Diamonds
W. B. Mundy are attending the
I F LU Phone WO 45211'lBURSDAY
226 W. Call St. State WMU Baptist convention in STARKE Phone WO 9-2811
Phone WO
Thurs .
Tampa from Monday < -" -- -- ,' ..
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Girls Softball Memorial Day j Tax Troubles !Bicycle Safety Cancer Campaigners I Open House Set Post 56 Delegates I FAITH BAPTIST CHURCBLawtcj

Meeting Set Program Is Set j : Rained Out Monday, To Attend MeetA I I.. J:. MMSY Pastor'

For Saturday For This Sunday Passed To Solons Program Set But Still At Work !At Forestry large delegation from Post Bible Preaching school, ,11 10 a.a.m.m.

All teen age girls interested in I I :Memorial: Day. Sunday, April 26, For Next Week The house-to-house cancer'Control UnitA JC. Guy including Andrews District, will Commander attend the Evening Service, 1:30 p m.

paying softball as part of the ]i will be observed by W. T. Weeks I Continued from Page 11) t drive, spearheaded by Beta Sigma cordial invitation is extended annual constitutional conferenceof Bible 7:30 Study and Prayer Meeting -

invited to. Chapter of the United Daughters I A Bicycle Safety Program Phi sorority was rained out Mon- Bradford p RU Wednesday.
summer program are I to the general public in the 4th District. American Le-
meet at the USO Saturday Apr. I:of the Confederacy.The see.lRep. ,%hich will teach bicycle safety in day and Tuesday nights, so the) Union and surrounding con Department of Florida, in I Radio program, 8 to 8:30 a.

25 at 10:30: a. m. j i program will be held at 3:30 Conner advised against ; the schools next week and culminate canvass-will continue each night, ties to attend open house coun-I Gainesville this Sunday. I n. each Sunday over nation

I p.m. at Crosby Lake Cemetery reverting to the fee : in Rodeo for of the week.. } VRGR. Starke.
The purpose of the meeting is1, system. "The a Bicycle Saturday the rest Bradford-Union Fire Control Unit I Attending besides Andrews will

to sign up the girls who want i| with Rev. R. E. SiacBIam as the Mhole state is getting away fromit j May 2, was organized at a meeting The sorority under the direc-i this Sunday afternoon from 2 to I be Post Commander Harry Tiabo.

to play and organize teams. !i principal speaker. and putting the sheriffs on i j I at City Hall Wednesday'night, tion of the president, Mrs. David i 5 p.m. The station is located on Commander-elect Seeber D. Goodman -

1 I After the program, the gravesj a budget operation," he said."Let's II l Apr. 15. Montgomery collected $50 Mon- State Road 100 between Starke j' District Adjutant Larry WHY
soldiers will be PAY RENT?
Variety Show j i j ecorated 53 Confederate with Confederate flags'' not throw away a worthwhile j Representatives from the Lions, day night in Starke. and distributed -,'and Lake Butler. I Gibson, District Chaplain S. E.

program. The thing to do is !, Rotary, Jaycees, City Council cancer literature to a number The open house is sponsored i i Sparks, Post Adjutant Joe
ot 51 Gray.
Is PostponedBy and Federal flowers and and U. the S. graves soldiers will to iron out the kinks and makeit Junior High School and the Has- cf homes. I jointly by the Bradford County I A. Y. Covington. Ray stone, WILL BUILD HOME

; more workable." iness and Professional Women Reports from other sections of Fire Prevention Committee with ON YOUR LOT
Junior ClubThe John Godwin. Al Crosby. Charlie
have U. S. flags placed on |1 I
Under the old fee system, sher were present. The program was the county have not come in yet W. C. Powell as chairman and Schaefer, X. M. Smith Bill TM-

Junior Woman's Club variety II Taps the will BHS be sounded Ban. by a memberof iffs' offices were required to make instituted by the BPW. and the County Chairman, Mrs. the Union County Committee W. ley. and others. No Down Payment -

expenses from fines and forfeitures The Rodeo will ibe held from Terwillegar states that only B. chairman a meansof
show, "Red Silk Stockings," i! All daughters are urged at at- ][ Clyde Lewis as Past Department CommanderA.
'' or do without. 8:30 a.m. until 12:30 on the tennis $300 has been collected so far on acquainting the public with the TONEY HOME BUILDERS
J. Thomas
has been postponed until Friday tend and the public is cordially in. the Jr. will be in Indianapolis ,
and Saturday May 8-9. it was Conner said he thought a lawgiving courts on Pratt St. Play- the goal of $1,000. new control station and its per- Ind. over the weekend Inc.
II vited. !
A will be
i ground. course marked '
week the county boards some con- Mrs. P. G. Felos and Mrs. Ter- sonnel. attending a National Conferenceat
Announced this by committee
held i i trol over sheriffs' budgets was: and each child will ride througn willegar will call on all businesses Those attending the Sunday alt. American Legion Headquarters. Contact RAY FORTH
In charge. It will be Recent BirthsThe I giving Signals he has learn-
in the elementary school cafe- needed and offered to try to' ed in proper school. Each rider who in Starke next week for. contribu ernoon event will have an opportunity -! He is a member of the Ameri- PHONE 4123
(I work out a suitable solution with tions. to inspect the various
torium at 8 p. m.Gulf Doctor's Hospital announces passes the examinations will be I Igiven c-mism Commission and will be
the State Association of County equipment used in fire control! in
attending the conference with Keystone Heights Fla.
the following births: ; a "license" and ,
bicyclereg- the two visit the radio
Commissioners.As Field counties I
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hall of. istration." Soggy ether members from all states.
to long-range solutions, the shack and other installations, and
Starke. a daughter Ella Lee, Apr. It was stressed at the
meeting ,
I old whipping boy of "revaluation"Hared see exhibits of burned and unburned -

Life I High 14.Mr..Springs.and Mrs.a daughter T. E. Martin Rebecca of-, its Bishop ugly head presiding when in Commissioner the- that equipped the parents bicycle according should their make child to standardsof sure uses that is Home Cancels GamesBradford's BHS All plots.personnel of the unit will Sell It Rent k Trade It

I j,absence of Chairman Harold Nor- be on hand to explain the various
A APT.APLAN Gail. Apr. 20. the state Bicycle Safety Pro.
man, asked Johns and Conner if phases: of the operation to visitors.
A child does not need to baseball schedulewas
The staff of 15 men now engaged CLASSIFIED
there was of the
CARD OF THANKS any prospect own a bicycle but must use one slowed down this week by wet
in fire control work in the two
Words cannot adequately express county receiving additional tax that meets standards. weather with the field too boggyto .

Fits your our appreciation to everyone evenue from state coffers this play home games either Thes- counties includes: J. J. Hodges, 20 WORDS! OR LESS.! Oar ...*.rtl.. un.I... rtare> .TV
county ranger; W. P. Luke dispatcher BACH ADDITIONAL WORD OtER 2 1 __ __
changingneeda tor the many thoughtful acts, expressions year. When the solons dispelled day or Wednesday. 4* Pu tT.i.
UF Students : A. J. Brown tower dispatcher :30% DISCOUNT! O\ REPEAT INSERTIONS.
of sympathy, flowers hope of any aid from this quarter Unless rain again interferes KAXlS!: AD
; four four as- K ADDITIONAL FOH BL1XD ADS! OR
; rangers NOT PAID fit ADVANCK.
I and other kindnesses shown us Bishop asked Tax Assessor Address Rotary; action was scheduled to resume j sistant rangers, and four tower

curing our bereavement. We are Gene Long about raising the assessed Band Award MadeTwo here this afternoon [Thursday CLASSIFIED DI'iPLAT --------- 11.25 Per I.,* ritrt ..........

especially grateful to Dr. Adamsfor values of county propertyin with a game with P. K. Yonge, men.It is hoped that all interested 1.00 PER 1XCH FOR !SAME AD REPEATED ONE OR MORE TIME

I his attentions. The C. N. money order from to secure the Commission additional to students from the University and also one on Friday with Santa persons in the two counties will CARDS OF THANK (t> T. M W.rdi) __ .. PM

I Cooper family. of Florida were guest speakers Fc. Both are scheduled for 3:30p. : take advantage of this opportunity OVER S& WORDS _nn________. 4 (-..!. Pep w...

With mortgage pay- I operate; on. at the Rotary Club Wednes- m. to visit the unit and learn more
As usual MEMORIAL!* %W OI.t'TIO fa._ 4 ". P.
W. C.T.tI. Bishop's inquiry day. Miss Sheila Rae Patrick of If BHS won the Thursday gameit about its important work. .111 r W.t*
ments insured the exclusive touched off furor that lasted
a Boca Raton a sophomore majoring would be tied with PKY for the
"PROHIBITION DOES NOT tor the duration of the meeting. ,
Adapt-A-Plan in educational TV. and Don PKY-BHS-Santa Fe division of Lions Are Given KEROSENESMOKELESS
MAKE LAW BREAKERS, IT Long replied he did not believe the conference. The winner
Randall Allen of West Palm
way, your family can SIMPLY REVEALS THEM." that boosting assessments in order Beach a senior majoring in history would then play top team in the Review Of New ODORLESS I

Je main secure at home FROM: "TilE NATIONAL VOICE. to get money from homesteaders described various phases of Green Cove Bolles. Fernandina Recreation SetupBob 15.9 Per Gal FOR SALE3Bedroom

the to
was proper way division.
the university life. The
for programwas AT YOUR IMPERIAL
sure. -
pet needed money. Admitting that in charge of W. H. Nollman. Bradford played its best gameof Benner, city recreation dir-

Pyrofax Range certain inequities exist in the Prior to the program Sammy the season to date last Friday, ector, discussed the new programnow SERVICE STATION i Home

SALEALL present system he declared the Warren, a member of the BHS even though losing a 2-1 decisionto being developed here in a talk Hiway 301 North Starke!
most gearing example was in the -
Band was presented with the Lake City there. at the Lions Club Thursday, Apr.

RANGES MUST GO! valuation of timber lands, which! Arian Award. given each year by Jimmy Cox pitched his second ]G. Benner explained the activities .$500.00 Down

GulfLife are now assessed at $11 per acre.I Rotary to the outstanding band I game for BHS, allowing 6 hits that are now going on for

PRICE CUT He has been easing this up in recent -' members at Bradford High. and giving up 2 walks. the children, and described future FISH SHRIMP
iFurrird walls, insulation
FREE! years however. Long said, Hubert Caldwell. plaster-
3 CYL. GAS winning pitcher programs planned for both chil-
i and Bradford is now on par or in for Lake City 5 OYSTERSFish Jed.! Tile bath. Awning windows.Treatej .
Old Ranges Make Down Paymt'ntI gave up I dren and adults.
Rainfall Totals J for Termites. Duo-Therm
I excess of timberland assessments hits and 3 walks. This Thursday the Lions will
FREEPlus I Dressed If beared :, Wall Furnace. Carport and storage -
i INSTALLATION in nearby counties. BHS committed 2 errors, and hear Miss Mary Katherine Wainwright -

INSURANCE ,i FREE pake Decorators | A new idea was injected into 26.8 InchesSo Lake City 7. I I and Billy Dampier, BHS Prevatt Fish Market :" fro.n room.Madison Large Street lot. I Baptist block

O COMPANYV. See Tour Pyrofax Distributor : the discussion by John A. Torode, Johns Sapp Rivers Eunice;, seniors speak on "Conserving 617 E. Brownlee St. Church.

i j ': attending the meeting as a citizen Far In 59 and Fender each got one hit for I I Wildlife Through Soil Conservation Ph. WO 9-1091

i CENTRAL FLORIDA GAS I taxpayer, when he suggested BHS.Green I Districts" at 8:30: p.m. The I CALL

AND APPLIANCE CO. that timberland fronting on highways Cove Springs will come : winner of the contest sponsored
Another three and a half inchesof WE HAVE a new loan program for I
H. HAND, Superintendent! 119 S. Walnut St. Starke was worth a good deal more rain falling in the county since here next Tuesday for the third by the Soil Conservation District farmers. Loan. ot 1 to 6 years J. L. ANDREWSWO

Box: 308 Phone \VO 4.4723 than its assessment indicated. He home game in a row. i will compete in the area meet at for the entire credit require'
I PRICE AS LOW AS $129.50 last: Friday brought the total in ments of the farmer and his fam
Starke, Flo. suggested setting up some sort Bradford thus far in 1959 to 26.88 I Gainesville on Apr. 28. ily. Gainesville Production Credit 4.1563
I of front footage valuation on this Nature Study Course Association, VO Horth )
inches. This is the average over Gainesville. Fla. laID'j Starke Fla.
property, which is now demanding -
Set For Next
I the county compiled from readingsat Week
a premium price that would LEON'SMARKET
the three Bradford fire towers. RADIOS REPAIRED .
bring taxes more in line with At Gold Head ParkThe All Make. AllCharges X.4I4S
The near 27 inches already recorded ae.'le g.araatsSHEPIIEIID'S ..
KEEP' WATCHING THIS SPACEFOR actual value of the property. I in the first third of 1959is RADIO* TV
Long declared his intention to 15th annutf Blanche Cov- (.ma* Gree" Owaert
more than half of a normal NOW. The
I ultimate In 800EXr.RAVEP
?6 W. Call "M.' Pb.Re WO4SIIStarke prestlfa.
ington Nature
Study Course will
ask the Commission to include in' I
FRESH FISH FRUITSand Fla. business rards. JUSSl !
'ear's I
By months ,
average. the 59
next year's budget the cost of a' be held at Gold Head Branch II I ( >rire Includes plate). Never befor.,
'' average was: January, 3.93 inches; State Park VEGETABLESAlso mgravitiff at this low price.
designed to eliminate' starting Sunday Apr. GENUINE ENGRAVED Wedding IB i
progiam Bradford
County Telecrapni tf'I
February, 5.14 inches; March. 11.- Sundries Tititicnu with :
26. and continuing Saturday doable envelopes lOj
exist through
certain that -
inequities now
i 95 inches and for 121.95. Bradford COUP'T Telegraph -,
; April to date, 5.86
In the assessment schedule. This,, inches. May 2. Open Daily 6 AM 8 PM tf ,I i' GAS INFORMATION would take the form of a limited j I Purpose of the course which WESTCall I'I grown.., Also Plum, earner Appte-
The Fire Control Unit reports Street Lot For Sale.
property revaluation or "equaliza- ::, will be attended by some 36 women Cor. Thompson & BrownleeSts. N' B R"mier, Grapevine,
only three woods fires during the I Persimmon, etr. E.rgrern -
tion" Long said that he from all sections of Florida is I *. Shade Trees,
: program. I Camellias, over
past week with Near DepotPh. Just Received large shipment of
a total of 23 I
could not spend enough time out I I acres to train leaders who will later astist used angle iron, channel iron. "I" II 400 varieties. AzalMB. fine plant
Decide for burned. WO 48033PARK ., I full of bud and bloom. See our
Learn the Facts -- Then of the office to undertake a ; junior gardeners and other am!! Suitable for all purposes.Al i plants for
I Fires quality. We are located
i, thus far in 1959 total 24 !o, new stock of doors windows
program of this kind without' joung people's groups in gaining screens and screen doors, used soil 1! miles east of Keystone Height
I \1 ith 140.5
acres burned as com a love of nature and a deeper appreciation pipe, and water pipe all sizes. Steel on Hiway 100. Thousands of plants.J0. .
YourselfDon't be Rushed into a help.The pared with 83 fires at this time office safe show rase, double porcelain -i C. Carnes Nursery, Phone MU
previously considered full- last nature study, instructional cabinet sink. 4-49!r.. Flora home, Fla tf
year, and 542.3
scale revaluation program for the movies wild! life observation Drop In look around W. T. Jack-

Decision You May Regret! county was rejected as being FFA trips bird rludy walks *P THEATB. M-n phone rear WO of Big 44001.Dad factory.Ask for Starke Mr. I Washing NO MONET Machines DOTFN, BOW- at Zenith DAHMKirs. -
Chapters .
prohibitive from a cost standpoint. and plant identification. STARKE FLA. (fjhame tfhg tfjcht

Commissioner Crawford said he Take Three Mrs. W. H. CwingU (I. Tallahassee -
I COJ.O%UI. FLORIST 'I FOR SALE-Lake lot on Dedford
would not agree to a plan that a past president of FFGC, Fri., Sat. April 24, 25 Only F T. I). Florist in Starke.Kioners Lake 2 miles from' Keystone
District Awards founded the nature I wired any place Flowers Heights. High and dry with nice
OUR FIRST FACT IS would raise assessments and low- course
: All That Heaven for all occasions locally Phone shade S1.' 0 Cash. Write P O.
er millage. He asked Bishop what Local: FFA Chapters won three. which bears her name after recognizing -I WO 4-C291 S06 East Nona St. ltchg \ drawer 191, Starke or phone WO

1. Slade Gas Will Be COMPETITIVEIn could be accomplished by such a events in the Area 3 Sub-District leadership the for juniors need to conserVation develop I AllowsAgnes <-"". _ltchg

competition hem in Lake Butler in Moorrhead Conrad Nagel FOR SALE KES.-PROPERTY FOR SALE orIX'HA
: ,
Price.SLADE plan.Bishop study, horticulture and GIfur Res. property
that the county last
replied Friday.
instarke; on highway 100Theressa
nature .
appreciation The 7th
would receive money from homesteaders John Allen Shadd of Bradford VoyageOf BOAT & TRAILERGood I ( ) cement block<< houw on
I RobertG.. Baylor 2 a( bath
"r.t'w room new septic
that are now entirelytax Chapter won the public speaking superintend-I Sinbad
cut of Gold Head tank new utility room, never fallIng -
free under the $5,000 exemp- contest and the chapter's string Keruin Mathews Kathryn Grant Used I deep well. High mod dry. No
band this year's group will enjoy the I Sunday calK Mr. and Mrs. Earl
GAS COMPANY tion law. He declared business won first place' in its
division. excellent facilities of the 14 attractive Plus Color Cartoon LAWN MOWERS I llrown. RD 1, Box 9Z. Starke.Itp
men are now carrying as much of Members of the string 4'n'

the tax burden as they can stand band are Shadd, Charles George vacation cottages now available Some New Recap Tires !
in the camping area. SUN. MONTUES.. SAWS FILED-and all old saws reconditioned -
WO 4-3551 and he thought raising assess- Daniel Crews, and TTayne Sapp. like
Madison\ St. PHONE I CheapStrobo's new. Call for and
ments would make more people The Starke Chapter team, composed i Civil Defense April 26, 27, 28 delivered.. Phone WO 4-1441, CalvmJ
Alert J' rhg.Mm .
snare; in the cost of county gov of Buddy Jones and Henry Wild Heritage Garage !

ernment. Karrell, took first place in the Reveals ReceptionPoor SALE-Farmall Super A Tractor -
horseshoe pitching contest. Will Rogers, Jr., Maureen OSul-. & RADIATOR SHOP with equipment Excellent condition. -
Long said if assessments wen In AreaThe C. C. Hateheson. Rt. t. Etox H7Starhe.
raised everybody would have tc p The Macclenny team was first Han, Rod MuKuen, Casey TItAN,,, Edwards Road Ii ZtP" M

pay more taxes, businessmen and I and Starke Chapter second in the national civil defense alert and Judy Meredith
FOR SALE-Girls 20 In. blrycl"
..home.___ owners_ n nn_ alike.___ parliamentary procedure contest i last Friday, April 17, was met Plus (Cartoon FOL"'iD-Crf'&me or Jfllney color S i' two new tires $1071T West
a by county civil defense heads ot or J year old cow. Brand on right (CYT'r- !:t1'Z WO ..4SlStff
said he thought !
Crawford ,
services THE BLOB hip resembling bar. Mark on left
sout&n to the problem would be in order to secure funds. He saida "satisfactorily accordingto ear, swallow., fork under bit. Mark I I
establisha Civil Defense Director Bill i on right ear under bit with end of I! STROUT REALTY for Farm.
to have"the Legislature detailed revaluation study would Haas, but conelrad was ear disfigured by worms. Owner,, If>m.K, Bu5lnrfwx, acreage larjr
"head tax" similar to the one cost the county too much money. reception I I 'Ved., Thur. April 29, 30 way have by paying advertising .r'"' ,mall.,
from poor to fair in this area. COM and board. Contact Sheriff Of- I Iflu.
in Pennsylvania. He Bishop replied he though it
employed The alert reached Haas by phone Ride Out For RevengeRory 3tch* 4'2J: i KTHOfT REALTY %
said he would favor raising the f was time to start worrying about i
from Jacksonville at 11:3:) and ,
by Gloria Grahame
Calhoun. FOR SALE-Late USI Chevrolet JOIIMK nt\EV: IFP.I. .
two mills on I
by the Commissioners
tax levy County a lit-
present radio from Wildlife officer C.< In.
TH ton. 4-J plate Meel Make .
current assessments, but did not tle. "For the past six years the Buckholter at 11:38. The alert''. The Unknown Terror body. Good condition. Phone IL F.Mtiritt. I O. R.. 3r. !SErke. FU. S .!. *.

![a\or raising values. Bishop re- Board has been helping other also went to the sheriffs office at> Mats Powers, John Howard $11,..r <.p liT m -4l71 for information Itrhg i' ts. Ml 4t..hzrp..nter

toned that a two mill increase ccunty groups take care of their '
11:35 from the Florida Highway j!i Plus Cartoon !( .
El viculd not meet next year's budget financial problems. Now we are in WANTED-Carpenter Work-Docks, ; t-nta! ContractingReel
Patrol. I Drawing
13 Boat houses repairs, additions !II and Clue Printing.
let alone pay for equipment the hole and nobody offers to fall Jimmy Ricks, Jr. WO '-%'. IU. 1 Box 1SPllone' -WO '.1I 3.

; needed by the road crew.E. gve us any help." he declared. I :3tp 430Kalemen : ttp .'U

A. Winkler, another citizen [Two years ago this month, If Necessary .r Aeut. "'a..'" Wanted-Lawns to Mow. Contact
'Gamble? the meeting the Commission volunteered to Padgett at Bradford County Telegraph .
'Why' taxpayer attending Need: extra 123 to ISO weekly ; phone WO 4-SIOL. tf

said he would favor extending the 'reduce their 50 per cent split of evenings Route; work bring on extra your day rafh.off Wife and _

present three per cent state sales racing revenue to 40 per cent and may help too.rite McNes Co., FOR RENT-Famished living room.
Yes, why gamble when there's no chance of thus I'ept. :. Box 27S6. DeSoto Station. l-droom. dinette and -kitchen. Mrs.
tax to include groceries, let! the School Board have the PL.. Silcox. 2U nark
CAN YOU STOP M.Tnphi.* !, Tenn Itp Itchg
in oed\
; the kind \ .
winr ng'Thafs gambling you're reaching more non taxpayers. 110 's share of 60 per cent. It XT''TwO-l

in when you drive your car beyond the recommended Lex Green, businessman and was the intention, the Commission BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY: Huffs FOR t 'bedroom furnished -
*" Sundries in Mclrone; beautiful new apartments. 0(1.( and. $12.59p.r
of much rental property, declares. to do this for a two- week: 814 R.
period without.ha\ing the oil changed. owner ? store with 2 new motel rooms connecting Epperson St. lip
declared he favored an across- year period and then resume the IN TIME completely furnished. Can
Although you may use the very best motor oil the-board sales tax, and an Increase 50-50 division.) be made Into any type More desired. FOR bxtronms.KKXT: I-bath.A d..all1b01l8e with 3
Fer Information 115.
such as Phillips 66 Trop-Artic*, there comes a time to five per cent, if necessary. Bishop asked if Long could {bone owner; complete GRanite 5-2005. Melro : I Ie<-trfc store and 'mr1gvrator IncLocated

when the accumulation of impurities in the oil Green said real estate owners bring in enough money to relieve .e W. build to ,..ll ?tp 43WAXTED !: 3-4 mil North of the City

reduces its efficiency. himself included. were going i the problem by'any other means, The condition of your brakes may mean -Carpenter Work Roof"I i Limits J:, Roll'on IT.4S.P 8. :0;t"rk.Tfer-ch.. F Taciria<< Hp

troke and could not take more than by raising assessments. Work or Labor Richard II Eng

That's why lubrication experts say: the best motor tax load. He said his property The Assessor replied that he the difference between a pleasant trip and lish. J17 N Broadway St. Stark I ,FOR.ous._RENT-Famished* r"Rcpel X In bwJroomK yard.screened. .

'protection is to use the best motor oil. and change it taxes had jumped from $5,000 to could get the county out of its HP orch. U" PfT7 mo. Phone

j every UXXhniles under average; around-tow drib ing $6500 in one year's time and that hole by raising timberland assess- an unforgettable nightmare. Bring your House ninhed! In or Lawtey unfurnished.For Rent Pee-Fur-Mr?. I''I \':.n ..%liil. 2tp J'SA I

> Conditions. r'e' had been forced to borrow ments to the same percentage of Eeie' Oib on in Lawtey. lip lOA: REST-- -NfIIIbJ: W,.n nOO*..

money for several years in orderto cash value as''other property in car to I 114 Bradford W. Saratov Heights
Be sure to let your Phillips 66'Dealer the FOR LP.inJr"r Sewing maehinttoie @ r R. P'ar4'; hone L 2.811 nf
taxes. county. !"S41. -
pay r.r;
model Good condition. Reasonable. u..furf'on
vhange: oil 1 for you on schedule.J School Superintendent H. P. B hon said he would be willing Contact Mrn. Julia Foster 425
'A U&kmark: 99. Morgan repeated his unwillingnessto just to have everybody put on an V. W..1i nt Cf ItrhgRosemary shd Park\LF'IG"Jot..o itL: n ou. 'or'.n.;' W' Phon-Pta?'

give up any of the School equal footing. "1 don't care if we TERWILIEGAR MOTORSFor Eddr. Pookkeeping SeTSoc. ?-I ""0 4-t0or'eaflby. Lepn' Yuk.'

Board's 60 per cent split of racetrack evaluate at'only' 30 per cent of Tax Specialist.' come to yon." r PnwiiI.. Rt 'fn 5'

.JEROME JOHNS OIL COMPANY funds. He said county real value Let's nut everybodyon fill Green COT C'U or writ. So.lltghland ... FOR ALj.'KIn
: Ave. Grn Cove Sprin* :
and let Lake :3 b'd
an equal footing
Distributor chools: .had 179 more students P'S Un 5U: rm houae. .An faeIllths dock and

enrolled this year, and they had to everyone carry his' share ,of the A Safety.Brake Check tJnott ho-it.?' .. 10 ftt"lre front by
itSS ft. .
Take up narmentu on 15 HIt"nan. Term..-...
7'I also objected load. Who can object to a plan W"n. OPen for
be provided for. Morgan Contact H. L. Crews 710 E. Adkins.p Ir.'DsetIon Saturdy mndPAGE Sun4'T 0'
to raisins: assessed values like that?'!- Itp caD RA 4.;"._ IteUY"

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