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 30, 1959
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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: Jaycees To Stage Open ForumTo iO Fares Well'

I L; : I Discuss Natural Gas Issue ti .* r }. In New Budget

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,& 5 An open forum meeting for the; I Smith & Hill'oud present the doe to $2.000.000 for addiiunai --

purpose of giving the public comp'.ete city's case in its proposed distribution -i a improvements to U. S 301
: information "on both sides"of of natural gas to con- urtween Baldwin and Waldo U- in-

1 the natural gas issue is being comers in Starke. The Jaycee duded in the State Road Depaitcrent's -

i4i sponsored by local Jaycees and head said it had not been an- tentative budget for the
will be held in the courtroom of I nounced who would appear to i r I". flcalear.. July 1. 1959 to June

i the courthouse Friday night May present "the other side," representing y {0 1960.

i 18, at 8 o'clock. II the bottled gas and fuel 8 B g B r3 Included in the new budget as

L; I I John Kopelousos Jaycee president oil distributors. Kopelousos said ftiblisncd Tuesday are:
; 4 z I said the organization was' that an out-of-town person would Bradford Ccunty-7.6 miles

I" 110t taking sides" in the controversy strve as moderator at the meetingir. from Starke to Alachua County
between distributors of order tau i uradin'4. paving surfacing)
FFA Advisor 1'anl Hutrhms. and to insure strict impartiality -
Star Chapter Farmers
i natural gas and bottled gas, but J300.000.00: Pedestrian overpass
Billy Dampier, and D. Rikh Green; '
Bradford School
County High
felt I there was a definite need for The Jaycees urge'trial the pub- "
full and complete information on i25.000.00.
lic attend the meeting ask questions V
the subject. He said the Jaycees i, : 3v Clay CountY-5.7 miles from
and enter into discussion Uradford County line to Duval
were sponsoring the meeting as a
public service. in order to help in making decisions County line (grading paving

Kopelousos said that Harold I i as to whether to apply ;surfacing) $500.000.00.
Scott and J. H. Booksh of the I for natural gas. or continue to Alachua Ccunt-36 miles from

engineering firm of Reynolds, obtain fuel from present souret.s.!I t Waldo north to Bradford County
t I >me I grading; paving, surfacing)
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A--. i 5400.000.00.;

: By Conner, Johns Records Bradford's winning track team: lit row (l.rl Lw (Vgdill, Duval County-8.6 miles from

i 't 0in '' Topple Glen Harirll, Henry Hail, Jim Hobb-, Fred Brand'-,. Sam ( ard- Clay% County line to SR 10 I IU

n ner. 2nd row: William :filrox irwin Martin, Hihard l Dnggar, b: 901 at Bladwm [surfacing

:' .. =' Citizens Committee Is NamedTo : As Tornadoes Marion Cottle, Tombo Smith Ronald Crawford. 3rd row: Tom- (')lly All I budgeted$200.000.00.improvements to

-- ., .4.4 my Hark John :Adams, Mike, Foster Toni Judd Harold Seymour U. S. 301. including work already I

Vernon Parmenter. Jimmy .Mahmr. harlcs" .Milx-od. ltd under way (estimated cost to
Race Fund
Study SplitIn Take Track TitleBradford row: Tommy HiiRxinv Ed King, Drnajne :\lrH;(('. Franklin complete: I total $4.360.00000. This

I Starling, John Stephens, Hilly IfrF aln ck. tarnEld'r; John includes the 11.10 miles noun-

n I De\ore. Not in photo: Arthur HoHida '. jamrs Th..ma.. c'er: construction from Starke to
a jointly signed letter Senator b !dget of the School Board; to )
Charley E. Johns and Representative check the condition of the science High nailed down the the Clay County line. $$930.000:

Doyle E. Conner have department: at BHS and look into Keystone Conference track title I three miles in Alachua County
asked five Starke citizens to serve the budget cf the County Com- for the second straight year as I I d! Boys And Girls north from Marion County Line.
N I the Tornadoes rolled 89 1-2 400.000.00: and the Island Grove
as an advisory committee to Ii missioners and the Hospital up
make a recommendation to us as i Board. points l last Saturday at the University !I cnrrpass and approaches. $280.-

: I to how the race track money I "We feel that all of you are of Florida track to win COO.OO.
Bicycle Safety Rodeo Slated Other improvements to 301 included
the third annual meet.
should be allocated in Bradford business people and have the interest I
I Ccunty." of the three boards at In capturing, the title the Tor-' in the new budget and

Ra Named on the group were: JohnA. heart and that you will come up nadoes outdistanced runnerup of interest here are:

f Torode, chairman. Foster Shi with a fair solution that will be Eolles of Jacksonville, which For Saturday At Pratt PlaygroundSaturday miles.Dad 50000000.City truck route. 5.71

!Smith S. G. Denmark, E. L. Matthews beneficial to all concerned," the I I scored 65 1-3. The Bradford thin- ,
Kep. Doyle E. Conner (renter) presents- $10 speech awards j and Mrs. Leila Mundy. Bradford solons added. clad won five first places is the for the i 5.24 miles north of Zephyrhills.
day big, a bicycle meeting standards of, 15000000.
,4i,. to John Allen Shadd (left) and Terrell Given. The letter requested the com- Torode said j>,,yesterday that lie and ti d'fer another. in the 15;'. BicyrleRodcp wluch will be .held t. Tlii'bieytr ,
equipment. nev& not mil south of ZephrrhUls.j ,
N mittee to look 'Into theRabb would call the committee. .together I events; buta .substantial number, on the tennis courts,of the Pratt I be their ownStudents j 3500000.-
tarly next weak writh a "View'to of second and third places made St. from 8:30 to
Playground a.m.
I will have a second op-| 3.2 miles from Sarasota Manatee -
Elected ward making some recommendations. victory relatively easy for the 12:30.
; Due to the shortness of trong BHS, squad. Six records Starke Elementary and Junior portunity to rifle through the County line $100,000.00.SRD .
To Head time before the end of the legis- were broken and another equaled. High School .students saw a film course if the first attempt does not surveyors are already at
!'7i t .S rr Legion lative session it will be impossible -!I The day's only double winner, .. Wednesday on Safety and courses II' meet requirements. On proper work on the route from Starke to
Alachua County line which includes -
of the test. in which
to make a comprehensivestudy however, was Santa Fe's husky;I, on safety were conducted throughout ],
District FourHarry a re-routing of several
of the three budgets, Torode Gene RebUts,-who won the shot : the week. The Rodeo will each ridt'r"III demonstrate his
lE .m said. "That should have been done {put and' discus throws. :Igive: all student bicycle riders a !, use of safety signals I each contestant : blocks south from the courthousein
Starke. It is believed that this
H. Rabb Jr., local in- several months he added. i Records fell will receive a "dnver'S I
R vo.b ago." I in the high hurd- chance to demonstrate what they ;
t I Ikense"' and! a bicycle registration project will be pushed: by the department -
rurance agent, was elected Com- The Commissioners are seeking les where Fred Brandes of BHS I' have learned.
mander of District 4, Florida De- I a 50-50 split of race track funds. %..on in 15.5. breaking the 16.7:.1 i Students taking part must havei I ca I rd. |I as rapidly as possible
Another of interest
project great
partment of American Legion at with the School Board instead of mark set by Bob Taccia of Starke I II i a note of permission signed by a. Parents and interested spec
here and included in the
toe annual Constitutional Confer- the present 60-40 division. last year and also toppling the I I parent or guardian, and must use tators are i invited. '
iii hew budget is 3 miles cf SR 228
ence held last Sunday in Gaines- previous BUS school record of 16 ,
I from Baker County line to Max-
ville. District 4 comprises 15 flat, set by" Richard Hendersonin
\ Variety Show vine providing a connecting link .
American Legion Posts in Bradford Residents Cite 1954. James Thomas placed Spring Football
I II I from U S. 301 to Macclenny. This
b II I Union Alachua, Marion, econd and Tom Smith fifth. I, Will Feature I.
was budgeted at $150.000.00.Band
Gilchrist. and Citrus Counties. Other records broken by BHS Drills To Start Gene Norman ComboGene
At this same meeting Guy Noise ProfanityAt were\ in the 880-yard run, where I

I \ .'I Andrews, Starke realtor was Henry Hall was frist in 2:06.6.: Spring football practice will Ncrman and his Rockin' ConcertSet
I "ltJlr. nominated as the candidate from as compared to the previous markof Rockets will ly featured performer -

,. Cornelius M',ore (left) mill Mrs. Nelson Green; are presented District 4 for the office of Vice Silver LakeA 2:09.2: set by P. K. Yonge last i start three weeks next ,Monday through and May last lorI 23: ; in the Junior Woman's Club For SundayThe
Commander of the Northern Area year. Johns Adams placed second i I variety: show. "Red Silk Stockings .
of Jlcrit 1 by John I AllenShadd.. of Florida, including the 3rd 4th. and Thomas Judd third. In the ,((Coach Lennard Register announced -,;,,i ." in the elementary school Bradford High School I

I for outstanding agricultural a- and 5th Districts. His nominationH. citizen's group from the Silver pole vault Bradford's Jim Hobbs. yesterday. 'I,Icufetorium: Friday and Saturday.': Eand will present a concert in

FFA Chapters chicvement.Coiinty Lake area handed the County went 11 feet 212 inches, beatinghis I' The annual spring football gamer M.-.y 89.Other the Church Street Park this Sunday
own mark of 10 feet 10 inches arts will include a men's afternoon at 3 p. m. A free
G. T.
Agent Huggins Commissioners a petition at the I: will be played on May 23: at which
v as principal speaker at this' April 20 night meeting of the jet last year. Irwin Martin placed Tha Cha"chorus a magician sill offering will be taken. with
1 time the Booster Club will also
Fete Parents event, which was attended hy some''' Board which complained of obscene :second and William Silcox came Science Club skit. and numbersby proceeds going to the Mardi Gra
'00 chapter members their parents language and unsanitary (Continued on Page 61 s sponsor a fish fry Miss Sylvia Paulk trip fund

I and guests fn his talR Hug- practices by drinking parties and
Billy r>;impier. secretary lBradToid pins: pictured the change in agriculture picnic groups on the lake shore. ;

Chapter, and I). Hitch methods In recent years.)I The petition signed --oy 38 resi- ------r #': ;iiw
Green president of Starke Chap stating that farms are being consolidated dents of the area, asked the Commission _
ter were named star Farmers at into "food factoriebut 44 to close a portion of Stew- '

the anmi.il Future Farmers ot that in his opinion there would| art Avenue from the Lake Shore : fr
America banquet hold Friday night always he a need for the family i Drive intersection to the lake t :
IP the Bus cafeteria. : :
Dampicralso size farm. II i ii ,.J 4 front. j j
received the !HrKalb award i I Three men Jos. G. Wond. SamMctlarvey. I II The petitioners represented atj I ,
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I and John Shadd .Sr ; the meeting by Mrs. Joseph Kern-, a J d $' .
were made honorary Chapter' 4 I pan and Mrs" Virginia Dryden said b-
: Farmers for their interest in P"FA 1- people using the lakefront for picnics -j -L .
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'work' and "tificatos of Mcnt r and drinking parties were
were presented to Mrs. Cornelius r 4 E rrr throwing garbage in toe lake and s)
> ?mow
:Moore, and Mrs. Nelson Green. alongside the road using obscene
RODEO Rtarke Chapter Advisor Curtis language, endangering children's i
I Marlow. and Bradford Chapter Ad- lives with high-powered boats and E C7 '

!vh or Paul Hutrhms\ received tokens using the lake in the absence bt 8 U 1 r W O D fn'

of appreciation from the mem- toilet and other sanitary facilities. 0 Ulta

Saturday, May 2 If rs. Clerk Charles Darby said the)
Doyle ii:. Conner of the Conner group was told to have a lawyer|
Insurance Agency presented $10 draw up a legal form of the peti-
S:30 A.M.:\ awards for ability in public speaking tion and return it to the -Board.

TO 12W1.: () :\ to John Allen Shadd president H. Rabb Darby said the petition would be

;I of Bradford chapter, and advertised and arguments heard f .
All Bicycle Used :Must Terrell Green, treasurer of Starke will be confirmed at the State from the other sicte of the fence
:Meet Safely Standards. j, Chapter. convention to be held in Jacksonville I before the Board made a decisionin Open House At Fire Control Unit .

Foster Shi Smith responded to June 4-7. Andrews and Rabb the matter.
before the Bradford-t'nkm County Forest Ranger are pictured they staged< the welcome by D. Ritch Green. will both be installed at this time. Charles Hardy came ax .
Sponsored( by and others taking part on the Commander Rabb announcedthat board and discussed installation ota demonstration of burned and unhurried plit at the open house, ':? .rq -

BTW Club and Other Civic program were John Allen Shadd. the various appointive offices new rapid vote counting systemin held Sunday.afternoon at the Fire Control Station on State Road 100. k> .., _> 9

Groups; master of ceremonies; Jerome will be filled soon and has the county. The Board invited Left to right: Pitt Xewsom, I. C. Sapp, Edgar W. Dongla" and Till- ?; :
Hardy to come back at a future
; Griffis. who gave the invocation; Post 56 I '
already named present toan Richards.-" 2Q+ .
and Roland Stern who re"e..edI date for more discussion of the
I Adjutant Joe .Gray as District method.In County Ranker J. J. Hodges (left) and District Forester Frank 6 '
accomplishments of the year. proposed r. .
This Space Contributed I The fried chicken dinner was Adjutant, Charlie Schaeffer as other action, the Board: Let (right) discuss ire control problem with Committeemen Zedra "

Weekly to Publicize served 'toy the Future Homemakers SergeantatArms, and Dwight Instructed Dart>y to investigate. Hamilton of Bradford County and Amos Howard Union County. -

Community Events by and musical entertainment was II Sullivan of Newberry as District the cost of changing the courthouse Tractert1Ln.port in background i* part of modem tin fighting 'WI.+
provided by the KFA string band. Chaplain. heating system from kero 'I"
used in timberland Uni.nCounties.
in and
Con- equipment sow protecting Bradford ; j
last Sunday's
I Attending sene to natural gas. ""
THE COMMUNITY ference from Starke were Post Accepted the recent audit report }'
,Girls Softball I Commander Rabb. Commander- of the State Auditor. Dispatcher W. P. Luke allow how he chart fire on area map r *,

STATE BANKOF Meeting Scheduled Elect Seber Goodman, present I Authorized payment of two bills after receiving data from watch tower Using this system, a fire bf $, x

STARKE i District Commander GUy Andrews totaling $800.24 to Clay Electric!: ran be charted within a 20-arre area anywhere In the iso counties ; 0 'fx.

A meeting cf teen-age girls interested Post Adjutant Joe Gray, Co-Operative. and equipment dispatched with little km of time.Sunday's .
in playing softball in the District Chaplain S. E. Sparks. Darby said the power companywas
Member > open house was held for the purpose of acquainting theeitizeas' .
F.D.I.C.) summer; program will be held at I District Adjutant Larry Gibson. paid to move light poles oft
ef Bradford and union Counties with the various activitiesof ,
the USD Tuesday, May 5, at 3:15 end members John Godwin and the state right-of-way on SK 23 i e
IP. m. John Grew. and SR S-229. the Fire-.Control Station. -.



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.:. _._ ___ ...4 __ _ __ &.. ._ being practiced by most towns this notice! the fictitious name of
engaged in t>u!'me;!t at 13i X. Temple -
everywhere.]] They could do this
editorialEconomy YOU'LL LOVE the new Estei Ave. StarKe.
Farmers DiaryBy r rnd save us poor Taxpayers, by A. C Roulston. Keystone Heights
t iy estimate, more than $200.000That brook purse-size fcontam pens in sole owner.
Paled this 9th day of ApriLA. IX.
Sam Mtp rvt1 would be a lot of saving for 1959 at Starke, LYadfori County: ,
one little County. At the same pastel shades. Only $&09 at Bradford Florida. ,..._ .-

: Or Suicide? to check through. Now we think time we would do away with the County Telrgrapb. .I

thelholly we hare is ''Hex Myrti- Editor Telegraph: traffic hazzard at our high school.Is .

Elsewhere in this issue is a letter from a Starke fclia, as it is 'the only one in the Will you please print the following it not high time that the

citizen. that makes interesting, if somewhat controversial bcok which has leaves onlyz : tax burdened people GET WISE. ,COMBINE
get with our County Commission- :OTICK: OF INTENTION
In his communication this
, reading. ei-s. and impress on them the
SS we hear now is MORE Notice is hereby given that the
citizen criticizes the Board of County Commissioners TAXES-MORE MONEY'! necessity of trying to save in- undersigned under the provisions:!
According to the book, a Hand- ; Starke Recap C 0 under which I am
>0 for approving the proposed new routing I book on Hollies a special issue I wonder why it is that the dead of trying to see how much of Chapter %0.':>3. Laws of Florida
they can .>rts of i)4I. will register with the YOUR
. of U S. 301 south from the courthouse. Right- dated Jan. 1957 of the Jcurnal "PCW:rs That Be" can't figure SPEND.Yours sincerelyE. t'lrrk of the On-tin <'ourt in and
of the American Horticultural where they can SAVE, instead of frr Bradford County Florida upon
of-way for this route would cost an estimated With the berry crop, such as it figuring how much they can W. HAYES r.-oeipt of proof of publication of
Society there are between 20 and -
$250,000 to $300,000, the writer of the letter is, late this year there will .be -a 30 evergreen and decidous holly SPEND and then come back and ,

states whereas if route by-passing Starke entirely race between the plants and the species native to North America.. howl for MORE TAXES.
weeds and grass. We've seen a LOCAL MANAGER FOR BILl
and almost all of these are found For instance this !:! way 301
rumber of plantings which took
were adopted the right-of-way costs would .
through Starke. south from
In Florida. The one which has an
. be. .a ,mere (estimated) $100,000. pretty good, but In a short time odd name-Is the Possumhaw hol- Street. Our Board of County
the weeds will take
ly. Commissioners have reccmmended Jim Walter
Now everyone .is entitled to his honest opinion. ., . to the State Road Department to Corp."World's *

That is of the blessings of our democracy.And south from .
one Looks liktr there \+ going*to bea Our dog Pete is going to lose continue U.S. 301
everyone is entitled to express his opinions. new tobacco warehouse built his happy home unless he mends Call Street "which by estimate,

Providing a medium for the expression of such ever at High Springs. The one his ways soon. In the last monthhe Lie right-of-way would cost Largest Home Builders"WILL LOANSUP
services that used for the past several years chewed out t2 0.000 to $300.000. Should this
opinions is one of the a newspaper has [11 the bud
had been sold for use as a factory [I2J be done. all the trucks and TO
of -little Magnolia tree.
can and should perform in the community.But a
building, and Penn Watsonis chewed almost all the buds off a through traffic would still jam BE IN STARKE
just as everyone has a right to express thinking of building a new one. Paul Scarlet and ((31 dug up the traffic through town. $600

his opinion, so do we have a right to disagree, .5 plants around the house just NOW they could secure a right-

and we most heartily disagee with the writer of Prices on cattle were higher about as fast as we can put them of-way around the business sec- EACH THURSDAYAT

above mentioned letter. this year, and so were the quota- in. tion of town for much less than *
.5 and direct the trucks
tions on hogs but it was the
Notbeing expert in the matter of right-of-way same old story on broilers.-down Then he gets loaded up with end through traffic AROUNDthe

.. costs, we cannot challenge the comparative fig- c'own. down. It is hard to under- fleas and when Alice put some town. This system is now STARKE HARDWARE GO.
"Folks Find UsFriendly"
- ures quoted by our letter writer. We do know, stand how anyone can raise and flea powder on Pete the fleas .. -
sell broilers at today's prices and jumped on Alice. We yelled at diought. He thinks that until 12:30 P.M. TO 6:00 P.M.
however that at a recent district meeting, when
rebuilt -
- stay in business. Pete about the fleas and he that underground system
this same proposal was advanced, a State Road blames them on the cats. Meanwhile up, Brooklyn will not rise E

, Department official said that due to its much Had a very enjoyable visit this we're all scratching. to its former levels. The slow rise: LOCAL FINANCE
For Call
greater length the by-pass route might very week by Farm Forester Don 5 on new. he thinks is just surface Appointments

well cost more in over-all costs, that is Champion who inspected someof We questioned John Hoffman, voter JACKSONVILLE EV 7-1141 Collector
than the approved route south from the court- our pine trees for insect dam- who recently has been workingon COMPANY

v house. Right-of-way costs are not the only costs age. He showed us how to spot the Lake Brooklyn "problem"about It got warm this week, so just STARKE WO 4-5311

that letter writer's "poor taxpayers" must coughup. infestations of the ips beetle, and how come that lake is go- to see how it would work we 116 N. Walnut Street
explained that eventually a colonyo ing so slowly when there's so tinned heat to cool,
for up our pump on 7f It's A Quality Home .
clearing grading,
Taxpayers also pay them will kill a tree by gird- much water everywhere now and and in a very short. time the ((2 Doors From Post Office)
and hard-surfacing, and the by-pass route wouldbe ling it. The little piles of sawdust other lakes are up. John said whole house was as cool and It's A Jim 'Walter Home"
many times the length of the short stretch of found around stumps and that personally he believes that comfortable as you would want. Marguerite: "Hall, :Mgr.

re-fouting now planned. It is the overall cost discarded logs he identified as the water level of Brooklyn is We sure are pleased with it. as we OTHER OFFICES: PHONES
that 'should be considered not just the cost the work of another beetle which definitely: tied in with the underground can now be hot or cold as we OCALA GAINESVILLE PALATKA _
I WO 4-0101 and WO 4-0111
of right-of-way. attacks only dead trees. We had supply system which went vi h just by pushing a button .r .....,
the damaged trees sprayed with down so much after the long 'and keeping up the payments. .

t But suppose, just for the sake of argument, we BHC which is recommended incases ,
writer" the benefit of the doubt and of infestations by the ips =;- -- --_.- -- ..
give "letter :: : --" ... -_ ::-_-_ :S'L "-
assume he is correct in stating the by-pass route teetle. S. .

would be somewhat cheaper. What profiteth a Got to talking about holly trees
; town and the citizens therein if they save $200- with Don and showed him whatwe NEW. EXCITING HOMEScc! !

: 000 in taxes and virtually "kill" the town in do- thought was yaupon. Don said

' ing so? Who would pay taxes then on abandoned he thought the ;yaupon had a

service stations, and restaurants, and motor larger leaf than our trees so he .
: if $200- loaned us a book on holly trees
courts? What have we gained we save

: 000 in taxes and lose $2,000,000 invested in prop-

;. erty along the present route of U. S. 301? Ouf JIM

! advocating the by-passing of Starke our

1 letter writer says that "this system is now be- 01

,. ing practiced by most towns everywhere". Yes, ;r v

1 it is being "practiced" by a lot of towns, but cer- ThePast

1 tainly not because: the towns themselves wanted

: it that way. We have yet to hear of the citizens

;. of a town petitioning the State Road Depart- CORPORATION AI_, Ach.l Modeh Nor ..

; .. ment V>,gun a, l highway around' the town in order .,. .*- :::;,;,J 1ai4.nc r filch'( ]Z.facJ.cB.DtaFJ.lr
"d' -1vtr..r
T" to save taxpayers a few thousand dollars. We Strawberry Festival Queen and w .L_

.' HAVE heard of at least one town in an adjoining Miss Bradford County for 1934 siVf '
state that actually moved its courthouse in order was Miss Mary Lucille Torode of ii P-T

,' town.to KEEP the highway running THROUGH the Lawtey.The Strawberry Festival was a PfHE- G I A' N T s 10 DOWtl PAYMENT'

three-day event sponsored the
ref; .oJ,,.,. .

u. Starke Everyone and what knows it what will continue U. S. 301 to has mean meant in the to Jones Legion Langford Post. Strawberries White American, with ;:' OF THE SHELL ROME INDUSTRY E: .d.nfaa;.z.-;,*Is l::::nbr.. ,.

. cream both donated by local r;." ..., It -. ... ...,
; future. It is admittedly the best tourist route producers were featured and well- now Scr in'g' THE ENTIRE SOUTH .., ,-JIi-..... :,.-,"'fit-

, into Florida, even in its present (in many locations known speakers of the county and : .
state the attractions. -
) rundown condition. When all of the pro- were among ySunda r _,.
Other girls in the contest were
posed four-laning stretches are completed and Starke: Lula Redgrave,' Lena -
. Afternoon I
: the route is modernized as it should have been Eelle Shepard Lillian Steinberg Y n
Martile Hemmingway and Mary
predictions are that traffic on it will
years ago, '
Pearce. Lawtey: Ruth Rowe, and -
I be doubled. What that will mean to Starke is LuviHe Plummer. Hampton: aI

easy to imagine. It certainly is not something Elaine Wynn and Annie Laura

i to be sacrificed in an abortive attempt to save a Tucker. Brooker: Grace Hazen. I i i1
few tax dollars. State Farm: Beatrice Mosley. I

I'I. Voting was by ballot boxes r
I placed! at booths on the festival /

M Make It A Habit 1 rounds. The'SOl'Tl1fr.CELLA""
This was supposed to be an an- ..
I nual event. What .km..,..W.*-ft' ..*.fe.rHi.... ** Cl
happened? t.r2 ... _- .. E'c ok. W 249
; Habit is an important part of safety, both in .5 ." --V i iAT ,40-. ,._. ...-7l.__
; the home and on the highway. That is one reason An issue of the Telegraph OtJjLQFFI.eeLOCATION;
: we are glad to see the bicycle safety program around the same time told of this '' BElv CASH PRICE ONLY

:. carried out this week in our schools. area 25 years before [19091} when

." "Bradford County was probablythe
" Children learning and using proper signals largest strawberry producing.. ,p. y

while riding a bike are making an excellent start section. in the world shipping a

|. toward being safe automobile drivers when they solid trainload of berries. the
I are old enough. northern markets daily during
the season."
30,422 Southern families can't be You find Jim Waiter
:. .' knowing. haw:ta drive safely and doing so are wrong con "
. two different things. Theautomobile driver At the time of. the festival in ( quality shell homes from Arizona to the Carol mas' If you own a __ /T;:. +
. 1934 berries were_ bringing an lot in Texas, Oklahoma, Georgia,Alabama, Kentucky, North CoraThe -TROPICAL"
pre&umahly knows'how to drive safely because:he average of 8 cents pint with the linaj:.Miss ssippi, Louisiana, Florida or Tennessee, you, too, can .......
| must pass- a-.written.test on safe driving, in,order farce falling low 5, cents. b' !i own a Jim Walter shell home. Jim Wolter will build one of 14 standard ::-.:.::;-..S'.4.::.,.4.. ..... _lee.eo-.-_
as as '
w. to get his- license. If he puts into practice the Quite different from this seaon's here, quality-maintained' Jacksonville shell office.WORLD'S homes. and handle all the paper work ==::-r--:"..:""'.'.".'::":":-:::-.:: S2 2 9 5
rules he has learned-and i the law he is. i1' in your
? obeys' far :; 25c or 30c a pint. A middle CASH PRICE ONLY
*" less likely to have an accident. April frost was reported that ; '

f' year but did not harm the ber- \\1' LARGEST
In talking to a Florida Highway Patrolman ries to any extent. t

I* recently he said, "The driver who always gives .. 1

the proper signal, whether there is anyone there A. J. Griffis was named county: ) .-, OLDEST, r. HOME MORTGAGE =

,. to see the signal or not, is building up a habit chairman of a World's Fair committee wc -
,", that someday may save his life." He went onto to plan an exhibit for the. ANrWNEFOA AE MOST r POLICY
Chicago World's Fair. roD1T .. ,,..
I. say that man emergency your habits if theyare 4 '
I good ones, make you automatically do the Among social items was this: \:. TRUSTED Witt TMT WA1T PmlMM HOWL.. **J JOt ,1:1 II:
'' ; 0 t
right thing. Mr. and Mrs. R. A Thomas spent ;> BUILDER .OFSHELL -- ----_,-

We have fire drills so that in case of fire we last Thursday in Palatka with ACT NOW own your own horn .SOlTHER.EK- .
their son Herb and attended the for less tbs" you'd pay for rent each ...... ......:. .... .
do not panic but automatically T10 t "'- : "- 52695
carryout apre- baseball game between the Pa- month! Ha. it paid for ia 6 JU".or .. ., c..._ ail _loot ..i.-__ lZ
...... .
, --- wr.Y
The of'this has -------l less! -
arranged safety program. proof latka Azaleas
; of
f which Herb: is OPENSUNDAY fcr AUriMri Dctrii Abort l 't f f
t been demonstrated over and over again.. manager and the Hav-a-Tampa i;JIM WUTU touounoNl i in AS EASY: >( AS IT SOUNDS CJ.SK niCE ONLY ,

1. team of Gainesville. :MOMS .: ',,_ .:!.'-r.:; 0- ."" .....-....___- __ t ..,.;....
; This teaching, of :youngsters to obey. traffic S. 5 FUMTAMHAHTNIICMtOIIMJI.M S
;( rules for their own.safety should teach adults. &: Col. George D. Freeman senior JtfTEB CHURCH ;! ._.......--.i IN THE SPOTLIGHT_.-. THAT'S RIGHT! I .

:1. lesson as welL And remember when you are Instructor of the Florida National 1"L".-:1! MODELS ARE OPEN 24 HOURS A DAy..*,

driving:your child and .you .do notstopat: :a,.stop Guard, made an .inspection of Til DARK'> _
Headquarters Co. here
in 1934 ands
r street or you_exceed .the. speed limit;.3 ouare. doing : _
:1)) a great,de \i to teach: wrong habits.. All the. d "I have inspected this comp- kaocxarata.ae. :a..waoCa7ra

teaching all t" knowledge.about, safety will do any here for the last four- years
e? fad each it has 1
t.'i r.', little good witiout}; making:.safetyxa.habik. better inspection.year. a. IthiL JIM I WALTER, CORP1!

The 1934 Senior class of BHS .i
TH E.t-'t? ot:. !?a.. otlNrY!TELESRAP.H: consisted of 53 graduating students -
EST.* 1375 who received their diplomas' Phone Collect 3281 WEST BEAVER ST. Phone Collect
h oa the new stage of the audi 1 -
I .rl.UHIDA'S OLDEST ,WSETLTtiEW-:: < torium. Also 29 ninth graders 'EV 711.41.P one EVergreen 7-1141 EV 7-1141 .

., ;. ; t.'.. t'IISIoIUED OIiTDOOII.Y received diplomas from Junior .

i r' t''P.) ., 8.t8.UI.t&S'l'.I.Do.f' High ;.School. The seniors .of that _
P.6tiL 4&acN rn.c. ..daw.: .. ..,.___..0I --,.Matte*.. sear were the largest class to WORLD'S_ URGES. FINEST AND MOST TRUSTED BUILDERS OF SHELL. .HOMES::
.. : J1... *.MtaI JUc.A *.
.tU prtit JStMfce. ju .UK ,
date to be _
graduated '
from the -
frO -, - -: -: -. '.- : : ',

29th year of BHS. _.

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THURSDAY. APRIL 30, 1939;)

Green and Mrs. Paul.Dinkins Sr. I
lm..nvvvvyvvvvvyvy..rNORTH my Tyre of Melrose were Sunday I cal responsibilities of an infantry:I II the Formosan Patrol and was engaged -

wen first, second and third place ainner guests of Mr. and Mrs. unit commander. Lt. Reddish j'I| in operations with the U.

respectively in the aavancec seam- SIDEBy Carl Thomas.Mr. ; graduated from Bradford High S. Seventh Fleet. Airman Griffis

stress group. :Mrs. Jim Harden and Mrs. John Benny Sapp'I Sc. .ool in 1954 and from the University -"is i the son of Mr. and Mrs. Luther

placed second in the begmners Mrs. Carl BrownAAAAAAAAAAAAAfAAAAAAA cf Daytona spent the weekend ;Ij of Florida in 1959. Griffis of Rt. 1. Starke.
group as this was the first dress wIth relatives here. j SERVICE MEN S e .a.
she had ever made. Mrs. De- 44 .
Witt Sinclair won second place. The Associational Brotherhood Pfc. Ronnie W. Mundorff. son Lester L. Elsey. Electronics
Brother Jimmy Tatum of Jack- meeting will be held at Northside of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Mundorffof Technician 3-c T6N. is serving
The other attractive dresses in
I sonville was guest speaker at May 12.Happy. Starke recently completed a aboard the radar picket escort

the revue were modeled by Mrs. Northside Baptist Church Sunday birthday to Bud Harley I. guided missile electronic material t'l'Ssel'USS Strickland engaged in

Wherein the busy days swiftly dous, but I was not the least bit R. V. Turner (she made a hat 01 i morning and brought an inspi- who celebrated his anniversary ? 4a.aM maintenance course at the Air early warning station duty between -

pass as I clean house and make afraid, as Don drove carefully the same material as her dress to ring message. Also special hymns last week. Defense School. Fort Bliss, Texas. Hawaii and Alaska. The

garden. aid the few cars we met kept complete her outfit), Miss Enza! were sung by Brother Carter and Mrs. M. L. McDaniel invites His training included maintenance Strickland Is equipped with the

driving slowly. his daughter. Jean assisted at the Nike-Ajax and latest electronic devices for the
Build thee more stately man- away over Blanchard, :Mrs. John Douglas, everyone to her home Saturday on system

sions, 0 my soul Bubble Bread Mrs. E. L. Cox and Mrs. Hoy the piano by Mrs. Shirley Gaskins. right for Bible study and praJ'ermeeting. associated equipment. detection of hostile surface vessels -
As the swift seasons roll! Into a mixing bowl put 1 cup Bro. Carter filled his regular appointment Everyone enjoyed the Pfc. Mundorff is a 1957 graduate and aircraft. Elzey is the

Leave thy low vaulted past! scalded milk, add Vi cup shortening Cooper. Sunday evening. Jim- meeting last week at the homeof I of BHS and received his son of Mr. and Mrs. Lester R.

Let each new temple nobler \\2 cup sugar. 1 teaspoon salt. Mrs. Dinkins council president, my Tatum. who is the stepson of Mrs. Eva Whitakar. r basic training at Fort Jackson. S. Elzey of Brooker.
than the last. When luke warm put in two pack- gave the welcome. and Mrs. J. ts. Mr. Carter and his family spent C He was employed by Clay .
Church services at 8
now begin
Shut thee from heaven with a ages of dry yeast. Add 2 beaten Godwin served mistress ot ceremonies the weekend with the Carters. Electric at Keystone Heights be- Pvt. Earl E. Mosley son of
m. instead of at 7. We will be
dome more vast eggs and about 4 % cups of white for the program. Mrs. A. Brother Johnny Cowart who is p. fore entering the Army in April. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mosley of Law- .

Till thou at length are free. flour. Make a stiff dough and H. Harley Sr. gave the devotionaland Sunday School superintendent, looking forward to seeing you. 11958. tey, is now taking basic

Leaving thine outgrown shell by knead on a floured board until Mrs. T. W. Markey led the was pleased at the large number ..Y ,a r wRe ?. 1L training at Fort Jackson. S. AnnYf
life's unresting sea. smooth. Put in a greased bowl group in singing several songs. attending Sunday School last K'-. Luther D. Griffis, Airman, USN, is a 1958 graduate of BUS

C. W. HolmesI and let rise. Cover with damp Mrs. A. C. Belche led in the pledgeto week. Tin following patients were &:,;:: }" .r |I recently arrhed in California a- fcie entering the service was employed
have always loved this poem cloth. Punch down and take out the flag. He invites all to come again admitted to Bradford County ,..y. i I beard the attack aircraft carrier at the Bradford County

which is part of a longer one. on board. Let rest 10 minutes. After the dress revue, Miss Ross. i this Sunday at 10 a. m. Hospital during last week: i< w cI USS Midway after a tour of duty Telegraph. His address is: Pvt.

Somehow I always feel that when Melt a stick of butter in a pan. Home Demonstration Agent, awarded i Sumpter Harley visited his bro- Hester Poles Blume of Raiford m the Western Pacific. Since Earl E. Mosley. US53317085. Co.

we pass and leave the body hereon In another bowl put 1 cup certificates for the sewing the beginning of the cruise in A. 2nd Biu 1st Tng. Re t.. Ft.
ther, S. C. Harley an i family and I Wilmont L. Starling of Lawtey,
earth, cold and lifeless we sugar cinnamon, chopped nuts machine leaders training course to attended services at Northside August, the Midway took part in Jackson. S. C.OTII .
Albert L. Crosby Sr.. Annie Brown
Mrs. John Greene and Mrs. K. ti.
can be compared to a sea shell, laisins. Sunday.We .
which dies and leaves its shell :Make dough out in calls tne I, Lee who will teach 4-H girls to Wilkerson of Lawtey, Vera Grau- i \ 'i': OF \pin I ELI>QIK>T TANGIBLE:
glad to have Mrs. dtn: Pearlie Rhoden of Hampton. '
upon the beach. The poet says to size of a walnut roll in butter use the sewing machine. wire PF.HMtU.. PROP RT TiXK
I Dempsey Clark back at church Alice W Langford of Lake Butler
Luild more stately mansions. This then the sugar mixture. Place in i During the meeting, members << 2nd Lt. James R. Reddish, son Alii proviilwl toy Chapter 207:!*. Act! of mi. Notice is hereby Chf'D
Lillian S. Futch of Aus-
Sunday after several weeks of Lawtey.
we can build of the spirit. How a greased angel food cake pan in I were very interested in the Disaster of Sheriff an' Mrs. P D Reddishcf that lan iMpersonal! property taxi as!'es.-rfd for year usa are now
illness. We hope she continues to tin A. Miller of Florahome Pal- delinquent and tof'Jrinningpril 1 ouch tax- are drawingInterest of
many of you make it a habit to staggered rows and layers until I Pantry of foods assembled by Starke. recently completed the .
improve. ma Chitty Callie Elizabeth Gain- onP percent per month pln proportionate cost of publishing1 the notice.1'n1Paa
have a time for devotionals? I all dough is used. Let rise and officer leadership course at the
:Mrs. Leland Pace and Mrs. DeWitt Little Jackie and Dianne Gas- ey, Nettie Bee Prevatt of Lawtey. the amount set opposite each name below are paid before the
have found one's spirit grows take 350 degrees for 45 min. Remove Infantry School Fort Benning, h't f>f May, A. P. 19:>9. warrant will b. issued thereon directing the
Sinclair. Pamphlets about thepantry kins have been very ill with and Lillie Ann Gibson of Lake levy upon the peiiure of taniM personal property of th. taT payers
closer to God and the from Ga. Conducted for offkrs who
years pan.HELPFUL
additional The of delinquentprrwnnl
for distribution were measles but are improving now. Butler. for nnl>alit taIlP!' penalties! and coats. names
roll on of this life's unrestingsea HINTS. Store given have not yet served with troops pr"Txrtv: tax payer and the amount of late Including the
I get a great peace of mind scraps in window envelopes, like by Bill Haas, Civil Defense Director We hope they will be back in Also Mable Jane Green Vernell ,the eight-week course is designedto Post of advertising and the penalties! are a' follows
School C. John Melvin Shanbar-
Sunday Silcox.
and a wisdom for living that can bills come in. You can see thru for the county. soon. familiarize each new officer TV'f'tt! End Grocery !I.n1 TJns"e" Place S.S:!!!
Mr. and Mrs. Hazen and baby ger George Jack Estes of Law- Mildred Griffin! :3.44 Dennis IT. Smith 18.74
be had no other way but by the window what color you have. Those exhibiting items made for v ith the administrative and tacti- .
aaughter Mrs. Roy Crumpton, tey Laurice Coleman demons. I.. & J ne-t. 15.88 W. I* Thispen. Jr. '.SO
prayer and study of God's word. When some one is ill put the light the home were: Mrs. A. H. Har- K & J Truck Terminal 1S.6S! Herb Thomas Drive-Inn .' 23.33
It is wise to We all low Mrs. James Underhill Mrs Bobbie Mary Ellen Peterson. Richard t-fuio Ci -ar & Candy Co. !80S: Trr-Me-Cafe 3.44
a thing on the floor. Mother can see, ley Sr., Mrs. P. L. Dinkins Mrs.\
Turner Sumpter Harley Mr. and John Diamond Martell Jackson, Yawn 3rd.Colored !(". H. MrPonRle Rarber Shop) 1.44 What-.\-Rurg.r n.n
must face death and lie cold in but child can sleep. I made garden L. J. Swan, Mrs. Effie Miner, Miss I:. C;. J. MrOrlff Appliance :3.33! Radio Station WROR 78" .n
Mrs. Jimmie Tatum and children Bertha Lou Cruce of Alachua amissions were: Larry
our caskets. If we have become this morning. Set out cabbage Enza Blanchard and Mrs. Jonnny x..w Method Cleaner 30.S8
end Billy Moore were among the Thelma Ruth Ebling of Kingsley Bernaid Williams Delores Slo-
close to our Maker by devotions, planted sweet corn. It has been Douglas.A CARL JOHNSCity 1''
visitors at Northside Sunday. (lake Sidney B. Brooks of Rai- cum of Lawtey. Mary Lois Mackof
it will be of home tobe Tax 'Collector
a day going frosting about every night and so covered dish
with our Lord. All thru eter- luncheon was en- Mr. and Mrs. Carl Brown and 'ford. Lloyd Singley of Keystone Hawthorne and Mabel Bullard CUT of Starke. Bradford County
chilly that gardens are slow. I I
joyed at
noon. children and Mr. and Mrs. Tom- ,Heights and Theron Alexander of Hawthorne. Florida
nity. This short time here
on had new asparagus for dinner

earth is only a drop in the sea of and rhubarb.I -
eternity. Every evening, I take a painted the bathroom kit-

bath, powder and cold cream, get chen, and sunporch. I can soon ,

ready for bed then read my Bible finish cleaning now when it gets

and devotional booklets, prayers warm so we can sit on the sun !
and then say a prayer of my own.I porch. .

can hardly wait each evening When you read this it will be IT SAYS HERE I
until time to go to bed. What a May. Here the robins sing at
wonderful life I have with
my dawn. The redbird sings its nest-
good Don. God, I feel led me to ing song all day long. A little

Nebraska and this wonderful life. bird sings "Pee-Wee" so soft and : Shepherd'sAnd Radio

Last Sunday night we had quitea tweet. I can never see it in the -

snow storm. The last of the tall trees. The wind blows free jj

winter no doubt. At 15 minutesto and I do love each passing day

midnight the telephone rang in this great west with its rolling t

and an old lady 89 had died in hills its lovely sunsets and sunrises : TV

b nursing home 30 miles away. its great Missouri River just : .

Soon we were on our way thru beyond the hill. Don saw four : ) ,

the wind, snow and slush in the fleer cross the road yesterday. .: .. .: .: : i L ... .'-. :' :
ambulance. I always count everything -. c .,
They jumped the fences on both :: .. y '4 e. -
as an adventure. Inside the I -
sides.We : "
ambulance was warm and dry thewind are well and happy, God $ :\
blew a gale and the snowflakes bless HAS MOVED
you every one.

danced. Driving was hazar-I Love, MOTHER LAURA 'x .;. I

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f .r ; Home Demonstration Agent 412 EAST CALL ST.

EfffS A 5' : : ; : L ;
Good Buy and pour cream of mushroom :: .

It is good news for housewivesthat soup\ over all. Bake in slow oven i: .5 .
(Formerly] A & P and Elrod FurnitureStore
eggs head the list of plentiful until bubbly hot. Serve with pine- : 8.

foods now and for the next cpple-carrot salad and toast V" ) .
6 weeks. So you can well afford to sticks.

use them freely. For other new and interestingegg *; a xis w 1y

An egg every day is a good rule dish recipes send us a card : .

to follow when they are plentiful. to box 267, Starke or phone WO

Eggs belong in the meat, poultry 42865.Junior. ,, /r

and fish group of the 4 foods 4-II Clubs > &. "
groups. Nutritionists tells us to eat
5th and 6th grade 4-H
2 servings of foods from this
Clubs m Brooker Lawtey, Starke
group every day. Good eating hab-
Hampton have had a most
its are important if you are to
successful year. They are closingcut
"look and feel younger longer."
their club
meetings at school
Eggs are a good source of iron
month with the result that
protein and vitamins A. Eggs are
three-fourths or more of the girls
easily and completely digested; -ItA 414 \
..hive completed their projects in ; wt : + .
they are especially important as of C,.
care kitchen dining room
cne of the first solid foods recommended -
and bedroom clothing and foods.

for infants becauseof ,The best record book in each project W Ar't
a baby's need of iron not I r+
will 1 be selected and the girl .. ,
found in milk. The iron in theegg
awarded a gold medal in the fall. '; ,
yolk is important for red F
The presidents of these clubs ,
Mood cells. .
were Brooker Patty Bigham; ."
Eggs are good in reducing diets
Uiwtey Kathy Jones; Hampton- SAME
since they contain a high quality
Sandra Hildebrand; Starke 5th
protein and have only 77 calories I J
Gwen Lewis; Starke 6th Becky >
per egg. I Thompson and Norma Jean Moo- PHONE NUMBER
Serve them for snacking and
at regular mPa15. Easy and quickto \ 1.w
Cancer Taj Day J
prepare, they are a blessing to WO 4-6901

the, busy homemaker. Workers L* the Cancer Tag a lrglr ,' L:4:1.: : e..,, ,
Cook eggs with low to moderate Day last Saturday were 4-H Club '

htat. They become tough if cooked girls from the Starke 5th and 6th I,

at high temperature.All grade 4-H Clubs. These girls were ikh 1I I
grades of eggs are alike in Norma Jean Moody. Becky '. .

nutritive value. The shell color Thompson Cheryl Shealy. Gail! <
I' does not affect the nutritive value McKinney Claudia Harper Margaret *

either. : Ann Lovell, Gwen Lewis, [ \ ,: '. 'I

t To keep egg quality, put eggs Peggy Rhoden. Diane Hardy and '

I i 4n the refrigerator in a covered Marilyn McCrary.Mrs. .w 4 -A I
; : container which holds eggs with John Greene. Home Dem- $ jr 1' \

the large end up. It is better to onstration Office secretary work- i/i

btlY eggs that have been kept under ed faithfully with the girls. tit a

refrigeration.A The girls stood on the busy '

Favorite For Friday i. street corners in Starke Saturday h"'iij'' +
Deviled Egg CasSerole-Arrange. morning and collected $47.43 in 9a

croked broccoli in bottom of bak- contributions from people. The

e", ing dish top with deviled eggs Vials were so enthusiastic in their

work that they returned Saturday -

j afternoon to work some more.
CONTRACTORSCARPENTERS Mrs. Clyde Terwillegar. chairman -

of the Bradford County

Chapter of the American Cancer

Society wishes to thank the con-

PAINTERSWe tributors for their generosity. '

Home Demonstration Dress! Review

And Achievement Day
have Limited Supplyof "June is Bustin' Out All Over."

left-over paper on rolls. the popular song title aptly describes
the Home DemonstrationDress
From 17 to 72 inches wide.
revue held at the state farm -

Perfect for protection of Community Building Tuesday dur-
ing the County Achievement Day y?
floors, furniture, etc, while
The building was beau- -
work is in progress. tifully decorated with arrange- ..
-. ;
ments of spring flowers lillies and tLt

I Bradford County magnolias.The .

Telegraph I ladies looked smart as they

modeled the dresses they made.

I Mrs. A. C. .seiche, Mrs. Dave :

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Garden ClubPresents -SXS r sm o -.4 !Hawaiian Theme I;I Mrs. Vining Hostess

Slate /> Will. Be Used. t At Luncheon For

Of New OfficersThe .At May BreakfastBallHai { Miss Saundra JonesMrs.

propagation and pollination will be the theme for L. D. Vining entertained

I of Day Lilhes was the snoject ol the Starke Woman's Club annual I at a lovely luncheon Saturday for

the,talk by Mrs. Russell Normanat May Day Breakfast to be held t Miss Saundra Jones bnde-elect

the Starke Garden Club meeting Wednesday noon May 13, at 12
Gladys Mootyor Mdnday evening in the Par- i 4 : o'clock in the club house. at the Vining home on Madison
ish house. ., Mrs. C. J. Houpt social chair street.

(t Mrs. Jessie Young, president, man. has as her committee chairmen The mantel in the living room

; ....- preside over the meetmg and t l I for the affair: program. Mrs. I was beautiful with an arrange-

ni / Miss Ciara Leaman gave the de I C. L. Scholl; decorations, Mrs. ment of white gladioli and baoy

{ '- 1 votional. Miss Leaman, nominating t i I Charles Schmitt: luncheon Mrs.H. breath. The buffet table was over-
I 1t' committee chairman present. A. Bishop Jr.; finance chairman, laid with an Italian cutworK cloth

fr % t- the following slate of officers I favors. Mrs. W. B. Parks! ; tables, end centered with an arrangement -

t<: for the coming year: president.Mrs. & ( r 4,4' Mrs. Eoline Smith and Mrs. T. C ( of white mum: and baby

t J.. N. Hopkins; first vice r I Hazen Jr.; ana tickets, Mrs. G. Syewcomb. breath: in a silver bowl Gracing

president: ; Mri Russell Norman; the buffet in the dining room wasa
I ,.
t second vice-president Alr At H. P 40. :. E. silver candelabra with burning
j "- :1 ,. l J Tickets must be purchased from. ,
c 1 Hazen; third vice-president! Mrs. Mrs. Newcomb and Mrs J. H. Du- Melvin Reunion white tapers. The 16 guests.

r e. Jessie Young; recording secretary !.L friends!' of the bnde-elect were
a iMS x Pre and their committee before Held At Park Ii
"Mrs. Paul Raymond; corresponding I i seated at card tables which were
i. 11.Preferential
I y Monday. May
" r. t secretary. Mrs. Joe Sistrunk; 60th overlaid with white linen cloths
,'rl 1 y Wedding AnniversaryFour Pictured at the Melvin reunion
treasurer, Mrs. O. E. Crosby. and centered with small holders
i. 4 r Tea held April 12 at Lowry Park.
r Mrs. J. D. Doyle presented an filled with white mums and baby
i4 generations are pictured at the open house held last Tampa, are Mrs. Virgie Melvin
+ i i article on making from B.S.P. breath.
corsages Given
Sunday afternoon in ohenance of the 60th wedding anniversary Andrews and Mrs. Ara Melvin
a41 the American I Atrs. A.
; ; Homemagazine. Among the guests were
**J< Scott both of Plant City: Mrs.
.+e of )lr. and Mrs. 31. J. :McRae. From left to right: Russell of :Miss: Louise Stern'I I
J V :Mrs. M. F. Hazen reported on the I : The home 2. Harris of Gainesville and Mrs
.. Minnie; Melvin Newsome. Wildwood -
f County Beautification program in' McKae, )(ro;. 31. J. 3IcRae, )Ir. 3IcRae, Jeffry MrKae, and en S. Walnut street was the set I !.I Lonnie Jones of Callahan.
Curtis Melvin. and Mally
t .:i' r which 36 palms and 25 a .elia and I Julian E. 3IrIUe. ting for the Beta Sigma Phi soror- !, Melvin. both of Tampa. The hostess gave the honoree a

+; crepe myrtle bushes had been I Prf"f'ntith the 3fcRaes i iy Preferential Tea on Sunday
this mementoof
on occasion were six of their Fifty members of the family silver butter dish as a
planted througlioul the afternoon from four to five o'clock.Attractive .
Y + county. seven children: Barney E. }MrRae ".... Lily Bridges 3Irs. Dolly attended this event. the occasion.
r Mrs. Norman reported that she I arrangements of yellow -
Brown Donald F. MrRae, Russell! S. MoKse, and 3Irv Ann Assisting Mrs. Vming were Mrs.
had planted day lillies on the borders : rose buds, the sorority flower.
: I Parker. 31 rs. Eva FJHs: of Frostproof( unable to be i Birthday Party Bette Green of Miami, and Airs.
it of the azalea beds on K. Call 1 was present. were placed at points of interest
street this prmg. I i Among out of town guests were lUre and 3Irs. Leon Mjers throughout the party rooms. 'l'he1 I For Mike Smith Joe Wilson.

I During the social hour a dessert:; of Satannah Ga. tea table: was ('overedth a, Mrs Elton Smith entertainedat OTUK: OK ,PPI.irTIOKIIR-
course served handsome lace cloth and centered']
was by Mrs. Lea- TtlKF.U
Altar/ Society Officers I man and Mrs. Seymour. i with a silver bowl holding yellow!I a birthday party on her lawn !'r... 1.1.1 Ii. F'. !r.Nntire .
I at r'11 X Water street on Kn-
; Junior Club School i" hereii jEi\en that'JOSKPII
I High PTA rosebuds. This was flanked by ,
I .
clay afternoon for her son. Alike, fil'MKKK the holder f
Newly elected officers of M. Edard.1tar Society arepictured i Jean Endicott : Plans InstallationOf Elects Officers silver candle holders with burning j who was celebrating his eighth an- tnt r..wlng. rertifuates ha* filed '
abo\e. Seated. I.rd'i..or to J>> idt'nt.Irs., : Henry yellow tapers. The crystal punch j I I'a i.1 ...rl ific'"t"1 fur II tar d..d I"
Weds Lamar Hall New OfficersThe niversary. I i..- issued thereon The .'erllfirate
.. For New Year at end of theetable
bowl was placed one .
Stefanelli; He,. Fr. C. Dougherty; and President, Mrs Robbie The 21 little guests enjoyed immlMT and year of i""nan e.the
t with Miss Stern presiding. I if.n' of the .
de 'rfpti I
.' Shaller. Second row : Installing officer )If"'.. Oen'au;han; In Brooker ChurchMiss Junior Woman's Club will Bradford High School PTA I games with prizes and wore party tlie" iwmen in which, it wasrrtifnate

..... Treasurer Mrs. R. Chism; Vice President, Mrs. Benedict Fin- meet at the club house Monday.I elected officers for the* l! 5! -bu Standmg in the receiving tine I hats while eating their refreshments > ';!I..d :11' .a' foll.\\:
: Jean Endicott daughter of ,,'ereIrs.:: David llontgomerYiI N iYear*
I. ( of hot dogs, ice cream and ?
zer and )Iro;. II. O. Cates.r. evening at 7:30 o'clocK for a dinner school I :rear at the regular monthly
; Secretary II Mrs. Iva Mae Lewis of Brooker, I president Mrs. B. L. Moxley, vicepresident -! i of luMJanx l 11':1'
..: I became the bride of Lamar Hall honoring new members and I meeting'held in the school: horary I cake.Mrs. I lsui'rls.1 inn of Property tine lot I II
: Mrs. Howard Me'er.1secretary. Smith assisted' Airs.
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the installation of officers. !l Tuesday. April 21. I Is)" ft t: A W l'jr JTI ft X and Sin
Bridge Parties Mrs.! Badman Given scn of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Hall :Mrs.: Joseph Smith Jr., Directorof and Mrs. Olin White Jr.. A. L. Crosby Jr. and Airs. M. H. i Si't'nrof Iji, IV Kx S 1ST ft.
., : of I The following officers were Kf Ky
Keys one Heights, a beautiful II corresponding sesecretary.Approximately i ii Sheppard in I-iwU-y
II District Four, will install the named: president Mrs. A. N. Holn- I whi h aOH''wcI IVrlha
Given In Honor Farewell Parties wedding ceremonyperformed ( \aniin
I following officers: president Airs.' i 25 members and '
I lorenre
Friday evening. Apnl 24, at 8 day: vice-president. Mrs.V. K.
Of Two Visitors J. D. Warren; vice-president.: .' : rushees called during the appointed Singing ConventionBradford All of tun! prpertv heinx in the
: I I Mrs. Emma Badman mother of p.m. Rev. James Temple officiated. R. I). Cauffman Bigham; secretary, Mrs. Ned Yan- hours. + ountr Itr Bradford. State ..f FtoritU -
; ; recording secre-
: Mrs. Richard Cauffman. who is | rey; treasurer Airs. Chester County Singing Con-
Mrs. Bette Green of Miami,]i. i Mrs. Marco A model of the soronty1was
tary. Seymour corresponding meeting .
leaving Sunday for three months I The i I :Moody: : and historian, Mrs. Cora I ntion will meet all day Sunday. I'lilr"!" son h rertifnate jiliall t hr.m e
house guest of Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Missionary Brptist Church secretary. Mrs. It. S. held Monday evening at the .tl a'forditic, to law tTtepn '
visit with relatives The officers
in Weston-Sup- Intgger. will be installed
I of where May 3. at Bayless Highway Baptist .
: Vining and Mrs. J. C. Robinson 1, eiMare, England, has been feted ,: was Brooker held, was decorated"tfce ceremony with ar. Rowe.Rerevvations Mullins. ; and treasurer, Mrs. J. V. at the May 1\1\ meetingwhich '; home of Mrs. Donald Kokomtx II I I ; Church. The public is invited. rate pertr or ..rtifirate.t..rit""l*' will in )MI l>'e h gnlil-t-ertlf t..

.' of Apopka house guest of Mr. and i iVtfk I with two going-away parties this' langements of spring flowers.As !II I will be the last of the present I lie hlRhe-ct IrliliterU the .urt
BoardThe BOATDRAIN h,-n'"e d..r on the first :Mondav in
week. must be for Executive I
j made
Mrs. R. F. Demorest, hate been I I the guests assembled: : : Miss school year. I' I 'olf'nlh: f.f June I.9.l nhk-h t" the i
Mrs. J. D. Warren the .dinner by Friday. May 1, by BAPTIST CHlRCIISunday .. :>.
hosts Jnnr.1oa;
were The business meeting was; preceded cJ \ nf
:: feted at two parties in the past Dianne Dukes of Lake Butler !
board of the :
at an outdoor steak fry Saturday calling WO 4-5372, WO 9-1151 or I by invocation ay Rev. Eail executive I School. 10 a. m. Preach- lUted thi' 27 Car "f \pnl 1.9! !
week.Hr.. I pianist and Mrs. Joyce Dukes of WO -6461.. i Starke Woman's Club will meet ii'F 11 a. m. Youn People's <-n.\Ki.ns i Ainv
at their home N.
evening on Myrtle Moses of Lawtey First Baptist
Lake Butler soloist presented a i, at;; I "'',-rK of "lr"'li' court "f lradtordFlurlda.
afternoon May
and Mrs.
Demorest enter- Hostesses the
w avenue for Mrs. Badman, with of for evening will Church, and followed by a programin Thursday Mpeting. 6 p. m. Evening Service.! i'"linn. .
: tained at a dinner and bridge party ten couples enjoying the atfair. program traditional nuptial marches re: :Mrs.: Stanley Noegel. chairman -i' charge of the Home Economics,3:30 o'clock at the club house. 7:30: p. m. -R. L. Lee pastor. I I till 4t :' :-I

it* Saturday evening for 16 guests A group of friends also;; are giving used. wedding were ..Mrs. O. L. Abercrombie )Irs.R Dept. Shirley :Mornson Carolyn: I .

for the honorees, and Mrs. \\. ti. a going-away supper this eve- v R. Harrell. Mrs. Lloyd Hedge- vellum and Barbara Shadd from:U.D.C. Notice I :

:: Sewell entertained at two tablesr ring (Thursday) at the Officer's'. The bride given In marriage by COC'k. Mrs. A. J. Strickland. Airs.' classes of Mrs. Alford and :Mrs.I I ALWAYSIN

or bridge for them on Tuesday''Clura at Camp Blanding tor Mrs. I her uncle, Malcolm Lewis, chose a Call L. Johns, Mrs., Nina Andrews, Gibson participated. Parents also I W. T. Weeks Chapter U. D. C. i TUNE

.'.. evening. I Badman. I' beautiful white lace dress with a. Mrs. J. V. Howe, and Airs. David visited the Home Economics Uept. will meet WednesdaY. May 6, at ; WITH YOU
full skirt over net and taffeta.White
... Bachman. and saw displays of class projects.3:30 p. m. at the home of Mrs. i iI i J
pearl earrings and a bride'sbouquet
I O. L. Haynes Sr. I
SPRING SPECIAL of white:lilies,on a white 10I
Miss Ina SternIs RA
covered Bible completed her cos- Birthday Party I

tume. Complimented For Arch Thomas III I

I Linda Her Gayle only Green.attendant* was MISs At", T'Showers i.. Mrs. A. J.: Thomas Jr. entertained -, I Is National Radio Month

Edward Endicott, brother of the May
Miss Ina Stern, popular bnde- at a birthday party Monday

bride, served as Dest man. while elect was the inspiration for a afternoon on their lawn on W.I

t at LOW COST of I a Lewis.ushers were Leon Hall, and AUen lovely bridal shower on Saturday, Lafayette street for her son, Arch

\priI2:>, at the home of Miss Judy i I Thomas III, who was celebrating
a Following the ceremony, a reception Ellington. Co-hostesses with his seventh anniversary. i Wherever you are .
} was held at the Brooker i Miss'I Bradford County Hospital announces -
Klfington were Mrs. Levi Hart'e, 'The 30 little guests enjoyed
I MODEL community center, where ,punch and .Miss Marie Leach. !I with prizes and were given the following births: Whatever you're doing .
I and cake were served to approxI-I games Mr. and Mrs William Godwin
The party room was attractively favors of balloons, suckers and
mately 100 guests.The bride's table decorated with and : cf Maxville. a son William Homer Radio is in tune
of J1' TV listed by ,, yellow wine whistles. They were served refreshments i always
was overlaid with 'beautiful lace ,Jr. Apr 24.
leading Independent chrysanthemums and gladioli, and from the dining room i I
SAVE NOW ; (tiling laboratory (cloth and arrangements of spnng I Mr. and Mrs. George Kuykondall with you .
t 9\ decorations carried out a show: table which carried out a green I
flowers were used in decorating. !I of Keystone Heights a daughter.
NEW 1959 Handcrafted Quality er theme, with an umbrella covered and white color motif. Easter
_ _ _ _ Miss Jean Carter kept the in pink crepe.paper and blUe fillies were also used m the houseas I Donna Jean, Apr. 26. I So keep in tune with
bride's book, and the tiered wed- i
streamers. The refreshment table party decorations. radio
ding cake was cut by the bride .
t was overlaid with a shower table

TffNITH tI I end groom. cloth which had a border imprinted = -- _- I
WSCS NoticeCircles =
Mr. and Mrs. Hall are residing
with umbrellas, raindrops, and I
e TV lr at 7 S. W. 10th Street in Gaines- little girls, and centered with a of the First Methodist ji
ville, where Mr. Hall is employedwith
EXTRA FEATURES vase of yellow and wine chrysan- WSCS will meet next seek as WRG
IT SWIVELS Hugh Edwards Building Sup. themums.
Service.aver.onzont I Chassis follows:
e. ;'
FOR EASY VIEWING \\ plies. witha
Miss Stern
Spotlile Dial Zenith Sun. was presented Circle One, Tues., May 5, 10 a.m.

shine picture tube e Full power THI AlCOTT-MoiUI' C2221 lovely corsage of carnations by in Fellowship Hall with Mrs. J. K.

transformer e Pull push on/off; 21' diag. meas. 262 sq. Tom Moore Honored the hostesses. Wainwright :Mrs.: Merrill Struth, The Mighty 1490

lone control e "Fringe lock" for inches rectangular picture Games were enjoyed throughout
At Birthday PartyTom and Mrs. R. B. Cauffman as host-
stable pictures area. Available in ebony or the evening and prizes were won
Moore celebrated his lath by the honored guest. Miss Stern
Circle Two, :Mon., May 4, 3 p.m.
t1AI $199.95WINKLER birthday anniversary on April li also received many lovely gilts
cwt. tt the home ot Mrs. L. 1) Green .
at a bop party in the Lion's Hen horn those attending the atfair. '
with Mrs. C. D. Williams as co- .
for 43 friends. Assisting the hostesses m serving -- -- -

The Den was gayly decorated were Mrs. Frank Fler Jr., and I I hostess.

% ELECTRIC SERVICEPHONE for the occasion with colored crep Mrs. Cecil Leach. I Circle Three. Monday May 4, Without WarningA I 11 BIG

paper streamers. Mr. and Mrs, :3 p.m.. Fellowship Hall, wIth Mrs. PERFORMANCEBudget

WO 4.1081 231 N. TEMPLE AVE. I Jimmy :Moore served sandwiches,. Miss Ina Stern whose marriage Jack McConibs as hostess. plane may crash from the Price
to Kenneth Mott will be an eventof
Circle Five Wed., May 6.
cakes, and soft drinks from tin sky, destroy jour home. But
Saturday evening, May 2, at a.m. at the home"of Mrs. Crystal
buffet table and the young guest available
there h insurance!
o'clock at the Lake
Kingsley Smucker. The FullyAUTOMATIC
'=! ,
enjoyed games dancing during
f''n'apin..t accidents! like this. -
Baptist Church was the Inspiration :

COIN OPERATED LAUNDRY : the party hours. for a lovely bndal shower Social Club Meets Let us tell you about it. : .

I given last Friday evening at the

Altar of Mrs. E. M. Norton
I Society home with
The Starke Social Club met

c TO OPEN IN STARKE SOON St Edward's Altar Society WIll 1 Icy the Lake WMU Baptist members Church of the as Kings-host!'Tuesday.Church April hall 21, in with the Mr.Presbyterian and- Charley E. Johns ,, tt

hold its regular meeting Tuesdaj esses. oA/l+ ,
Mrs. Joseph Kemgan and Mrs.
evening May 5, at S o'clock al t The attractive lace covered butf- Kula Whigham as hosts. Refreshments -I t

r .- the Hall. ct table was centered with orchid were served after an AgencyDial .

ECON-O-WASH Inc. mums. Cake squares decorated evening of 'entertainment. : '

with orchid buds and orchid tInt- The next meeting will be held WO 4.0121 I f $189.95

ed punch was served. Games were in the hall on Tuesday May J-.

Expects To Have A Franchise PARK played during the evening and at 7:30 p.m.: All interested per Starke, Fla.

f iMLATa. prizes awarded to the winners. invited.
FL-: sons are
w I
Store In Operation Here Soon. TARKE Miss Stern received many''love.:
ly and useful gifts from the guests. I ;

Fri., Sat.May 1, 2 r

SUCH A FRANCHISE WILL COST FRONTIER GUNJohn Elementary PTA Special! Special! 'Nowadys." says Hannih. "it's :

BETWEEN $5,000ND $6,000 CASH Agar Joyce Meadows To Install OfficersThe I II better to be well formed thaw

I' AT well informed!I" j
AND A GOOD CREDIT RATING IS The Geisha BoyWith Starke 1'ementa11SChOOJ'!
PTA will meet Tuesday night

NECESSARY. Jerry Lewis May 5, at 7 pjn. in the cafetonura. GEM JEWELRY Complete Automatic Cjcle. Fill., I.I.W.
Plus Color Cartoon
Installation of officers for the next ..% Rinse and Spin Powerful h

school year ,will be held following gentle .\ -(.If'an3..bin action
a covered dish supper. -Full 9 Ib. lamiJJ) --ize porcelain

SUCH AN INVESTMENT SHOULD May 3, 4, 5 The new officers elected at I tub Smart new %i' design I

THE VIKINGSKirk 'ast month's meeting are: President. IVaiitiful white baked enamel fin.

GIVE YOU A RETURN OF OIrtfs.-rmf'8t .Mrs. Harry Kabb; 1st \Ice' 4 PRONG AA-1 I ;"11.. ss .
Douglas Tony
< President (finance chairman), Mrs. TIFFANY GEM

Borgnine, Janet Leigh "Tlytle Terwillegar; 2nd Vice President 14-KT. QUALITYONE

i (character and spiritual edu- CARAT V
$450 $600 Per Month ation chairman), Mrs. Jerry Gay; WHITE Reg.

Pins Cartoon Ird Vfre ,President Mrs. J. K. GOLD $1,500.00

Hardy; Secretary, Mrs. Myldred I SAUS
MinimumIf Wed., Thur. May 6, 7 Cuttino; Treasurer A. L. CrosbyJr. i

Ten Days To Tulara .
L .
t1: L.
you can meet the Franchise Requirements and are Sterling Hayden Grace Baysor EpiscopalVomen r

interested in receiving further information, write or call: Mimi $IO'
The Episcopal Churchwomen 'Tax LIt'O A '

R. W. DUNN, P. Q. BOX 653 Anita Ekberg, Phil Carey Gyps' will meet in the Parish House at % ;:: ;
Lee Special! Special
Fernandina Beach, Fla. Phone 3S46 11:45 a. m. Monday, May 4,

Plug Cartoon for a covered dish luncheon :and 8

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iO'-' -,-.-.- ow._ - .. '"- ...._ _...) Pvt. Tommy Gill is home on ten .................. ..Y91EVERGREEN Miss Paulk J Horticulture" Clinic I. The t1rr It r.Bit or The I veer 1 Il'r1'1 .."."S"- .
I days leave from Fort Jackson, II '.4h. jMdlrUl firm It Of Florida lying in the Southeast .bttr.r
II I.ad F.r Bradford Coantr 01 u.r ..\\ .
I S. C. He will report to Houston, Will Be Featured :Shows Methods! _\T LI IV. tion 14 Township 7 Sou' ., tw> e

Texas May 13 for further duty. I CASEN0.. S1S1 :i Ea..t.>
: At Folk FestivalMIssSylvia Of Beautification
Hardy Brothers Motor Company,
Miss Fay Phillips of Daytona Incorporated P'.alntur."S.. Trul.y a* the property of the above naa.>ddfendant.
By Stanley Crawford and that on the I si day
Beach was a weekend guest of Mr. "* Slade, rvfetidant.OTICK .
Paulk of Starke will The Ornamental Horticulture <> June. I95S.! between th legal

end Mrs. Thomas Gill. 4&A&& AAA. 4..4...... be the talented Florida \ OP SIIKIUKF! SAI.K .i hours of dale, namely eleven o'clock)
among Clinic held at the American Legion in the forenoon and
; rHE NisI Mrs. Tiny Lovell is a medical Notice is hereby given that I. two ii'-lixk
Mrs. J. E. Norman went to Sil- singers taking part in the an- Home afternoon 1'. P. UeddijOi.' Stie-iff or Bradford in the afternoon on aid day at
patient in Bradford County Hos- I Monday was County. Florid, under and by virtue the Sooth Door of the Court House
nual Folk Festival to be held at
ver Springs Friday with the Law- I attended by-more than 30 mem- cf a writ of exrt-ntJon heretofore in StarKe, Pradford County. Fierii -
------- ---- ---------------- Foster Memorial White
----- ---- -- pital.Mr. Stephen I will offer for salt and sell
tey sixth grade. .. bers from the Home Demonstra- t Ia"ued out of the abote entitled -
-1 and Mrs. Jimmy 'Moore attended '
I I Springs, during the weekend May Court in the above styled U the highest bidder for i-ash.' in
and Mrs. Robert Faulknerand Miss Joyce Humphrey of Baltimore (- the Mercury Motors meet- Mr. and Mrs. Fisher Gaskins tin Clubs, the Garden Club, and cause have levied upon the tnlI j I I I>:on.t. the above ds
family of Jacksonville were Md. is spending two weeks ing in Tallahassee on Wednesdayand and daughters visited Mr. and 1-3. ethers interested in home and Mxing property. situate.': lying and I of said defendant, to satisfv said
Wearing an old-fashicned dress 1 *lne !In Bradford County Florid. I, eceati')n.
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Paul Faulk- with Mrs. H. L. Brownlee. Mrs. Thursday cf last ,week. Mrs. Guy Rosier in Baker County of the style popular in the daysof city beautification.From I twit: I*. I>. ii.UMSn Sheriff .r Rradt -

ntr on Sunday. Biownlee also had as a Sunday Mrs. Lacy Silcox is confined in Sunday afternoon questions asked it was One lot 410 fort North by Southland I <:rd ('ountFlerida., .
Foster, Miss ,Paulk will sing 84ft fort Past' by We.-t' (ex 1n n Zd
Mrs. J. R. Kite was in Jacksonville I visitor, Mrs. Marcus Conant of the J. Hillis Miller.Health Centerin Mrs. Jean [Granny] Gaskinsis evident that many attending were
several of the famous composer'snumbers
' over the weekend visiting I Gainesville.Mrs. Gainesville this week for treat- spending some time with her interested in rooting cuttingsfor .
during on
Mr.; and Mrs. F. L. Kite. Barney McRae and Mrs.F. ments. daughter, Mrs. Kertice Coldingof appearances the Garden Club city beautification -
Saturday May 2, and the final
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dansby of M. Crawford visited Mrs. Cary Mrs. N. B. Rosier .entered the Plant City. Sunday afternoon. project. Factory PricesOne

t Jacksonville were visiting Mr. and' Nazworth in Jacksonville on Bradford Ccunty ,Hospital Wednesday Mrs. Fann.e Hornsby of Jacksonville program Included In her numbers will Sylvester Rose, ornamental

Mrs. R. O. Dansby cn Sunday i Tuesday.Mrs. for a checkup. horticulturist with the Agricul-
visited relatives in "
be "Bless This House the song
Mr. and Mrs J. P. Dill spent Elmer Lewis and daughter !I Miss Sylvia Paulk sang at the community, recently.Mr. I ture Extension Service demonstrated -
die at recent dedication
: sang the
/ the weekrirl in Jacksonville with Kay, are confined with Elinor Village Country Club at and Mrs. Eugene Mac- .of,Boys Ranch_ near Live Oak. j j methods and materials for

their -o'. Milton! Dill, and other mumps. Daytona Beach on Friday night. Dcnald; and family of Jackson- plant propagation. He had with i; Quart With Each '
Miss Paulk Starke's Centennial FREE
r' ielativ..5... Mrs. John Sale of Valdosta Mrs. H. H. Rabb, Jr. and sons ville visited her parents, Mr. and and was has also served-"'him several rooting media and I or Gallon; One you buy

Mr. i Mrs! J. H. DuPre madea Ga. is spending several weeks I visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Clyde Griffis, over the week Queen spoke fertilizing. and trans ,
bus'"" to Daytona Beachon with j B. L. at Beach i as Polio Queen. For the last two
ss't'p Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sale. I Kennedy, Daytona planting shrubbery.
end.J. years she has taken part on the MARY CARTER PAINT STORE
''' i
W 'nps-ny and Thursday. Mrs. Gilbert Brown was admitted I I Ion Sunday. Q. and Clifton Rosier and Ralph White, also with the Extension -j
i telethon for cerebral
Mis I'"nn Stump was visit- to the Bradford County Hospital I|I Marvin D. Elder underwent Herman Hart celebrated their television Service, showed a film' '
ing Mr Rir hard Fowler and family surgery in the Bradford County palsy. I' 501 X. '\ Slfa Ave. Gainesville, Fla. FR 6-7588
on Tuesday for minor foot birthday anniversaries at the cn planting and care of lawns.

in Eau Gallic from Saturday surgery. I Hospital on Wednesday. I home of J. Q. Rosier, Sunday. All This year's folk festival will Both men answered questions

Lee her tenth ugain be held on an outdoor ,
Darby celebrated
\7ednesday. Sheriff and Mrs. P. D. Reddish,1 I I E of the immediate family attended concerning plant problems. I II
Mr. and Airs\ Lamar Crosby of 1 birthday' anniversary Tuesday i I stage located on a bluff over-'
Mr. and Mrs. Reddish and land; also Rev. and Mrs. J. E. The clinic
Dolph River. Programs I I was sponsored by i iHone Iwhenyouneed
looking the Suwannee -
Pompano P i !spent the weekend afternoon with a party for a few: I
Mr. and Mrs. Norman.We Demonstration
.. Robert Green attended raj[ Agent Dor-
with '; : and Mrs. Albert L. neighborhood friends. are scheduled a.
a picnic supper at Fow-,j were happy to have the cthy) Ross and County Agent
Crosby Si Mr and Mrs. A. L. j. Mrs. Charles Sawyer of Charlotte -I 1:30 p. nu and 7:30 p. m. on May !
lers Bluff on the Suwannee River many visitors with us at the re- George Huggins. Pamphlets on
Crosby, J: iT}: Mr. and Mrs. N. C. is spending several 1-2, with the concluding performance -'
Wednesday evening. vival. We extend an invitation for 'i ornamentals for this section and RELIABLE GAS SERVICETHINK
Cecil DC ""' 'I weeks with her parents, Mr and i at 3 p. m. May 3. 1
Mrs. J. A. Lee underwent surgery [, all to come back whenever possi- I[ rare of them are available in I
Mrs. T H. Slade Sr. 1
1 VI V. O Bridges
Mr. ;
: in Bradford County Hospital jbie.I I i! the office of the Ccunty Agent or
Mrs. X. M. Smith and children Six Homes Rushed iI j OF
spent t'jc f st of the week with Oi Tuesday.Mrs. I Mr. and Mrs Cecil Crawford I I from Miss Ross. SLADE GAS
relatives in Seffner.Mr. were in Opalocka over the week-''! I
James Hamilton and children Sr. and In Parkwood i
Mr. Mrs. W. H. Green 1'I ]I ;
and Mrs. William Eckert end visiting her parents, Mr. and ,' I
of Brooker spent Monday I and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. 'i New PatrolmanStarke
returned to their ]home in Bay v.ith. Mrs. Dolph Reddish and Mrs. Jerry Bolden. I'I Crawford and family Stanley Paving Scheduled I II [ TANKS FROM I 5 GALLONS TO 1,000 OR UP

Side Long I-land. N. Y. on Saturday family. Mr. and Mrs. Merritt Williams ,, On Force
after a ten day visit with and daughter, Frances, spent the I Crawford, and R. N. Crawford attended I Contractor J. D. Warren aniounced PHONE WO 4-3351
J. E. Brown is I I
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Leonhard. a medical patientin weekend with Mrs. J. F. Rogersin the funeral of Mrs. Katie last week that he has!jI I Lewis G. Harper, formerly ot'

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Collins of Bradford County Hospital. Jacksonville. I j Crawford Powell in St. George, iix homes already under construction ''I Martinsburg, W. Va.. was swornin --' -- _1

Atlanta were weekend guests of Sheriff and Mrs. P. D. Reddish Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Carter and Ga., Sur"*iy afternoon. I in the new Parkwood :Monday as a rookie patrolmanon I
and son, Mike, and Mr. and
: 1
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Crosby, Jr. ;Jrs. Robert Green and daughter, son of Miami were weekend guests J Mrs. Daisy Pringie spent ,sevI I development on West Pratt the Starke force.

Mrs. John Love Wilkes is Marian, visited the Sheriffs Boys 1 of Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Tyus. I oral days in Green Cove Springsi Street. Warren said three of the Mayor W. T. Jackson administered 1 I I Irr

spending this week with her sis- Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stefanelli i week to be with Mrs. Effie homes have been sold. the oath of office.
Ranch at Live Oak, and Stephen
ter. Mrs. L. L. Roane in Jacksonville ::; Fester Memorial on Sunday.Mrs. I' visited Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stef- ': Mae Lee who had surgery. Mn The contractor plans to build Harper resigned from employ: c'" "

and the following three Ruby Johns will go to, anelli and daughter, Linda, in :and Mrs. Earl Mosely also visited 70 houses in the subdevision and I; ment at Raiford State Prison to

weeks with her daughter Mrs. F. Columbia, S. C. cn Sunday to at-I Gainesville ,on Saturday. Linda I :Mrs. Lee **'J* week. We are glad i.v.ort was progressing steadily | take the position here. tie had

H. Evans and family in Coral end the Merle Norman regional I returned home with them for. a to hear thai !I'P' is recovering except when slowed by bad weaI ; been employed: at the pnson for

Gables. x-hool all next week. II week's visit. Mr. and Mrs. Albert I\\eU.i |(I trier. "We.are going to have lots',five months, going there from: em- .

Stefanelli and of Jackson- IQf I I these ,places ready to live in l'l'I I i t '
Rev. R. E. MacBlain addressedthe Mrs. W. B. Sewell of Starke son i Mr. ana Air: n. ,r. eravord1i ployment at MacDill Air Base.
i vile visited the Stefanellis I before: they get. started good over ,I Tampa. gi
young people of All Saints 'nd daughter, Miss Virginia Sew- i and fam:y and Mr. and Mrs.
Church in Jacksonvilleat :J Sunday. Stanley Crawford and I IIII. Keystone Heights," Warren I 1 II
Episcopal !;1 of Marianna spent the week- family I I ;"
a supper meeting on Sunday end in Thomasville, Ga. with S-Sgt. Arthur Winkler of Moody j visited Rainbow Springs and Cedar said.Four I I
AFB, Valdosta, Ga. was home for' of the six houses have I y:
Key Sunday. April 19.
Miss Ethel Spence. I GAY'SHome II
the weekend.Mr. foundations finished up to floor :
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Scholl
and Mrs. Brad Locke of level Warren said, and would I I.
Roanoke. Va. from Debbie 5I
in Friday to ReynoldsHas
Jacksonville were visiting Mrs. j i have been roofed by this time AppliancesYour G
Tuesday visiting their son-in-law
evening.Florida Shellie Hall on Saturday.Mrs. Com dy.Role .jif i ,rainy weather had not slowed
and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Ed-
win Quimby. Harold Godwin and baby In FloridaFilin the \ork.
will return to Lakeland this week- Warren said the city.had agreedto
Miss Agnes Lawson of Panama
end after pave Pratt Street from Orangeto
spending several weeks
City and Bill Mcrar of FSU Debbie Reynolds, Tony Randall), Norge Dealer
with her parents Mr. and Mrs. the i beginning of Parkwood a
fpent the weekend with Mr. and I and Paul Douglas are co-stars of
Mrs. H. A. Lawson.Dr. Mack Williams and Mr. and Mrs. the hilarious new comedy, "The distance of about 500 feet. He NQROE APPLIANCES
Logan Baldwin. said the city would pay $7,560
and Mrs. D. O. Middletonof i Mating Game," showing at the i MAYTAG WASHERS
Ludcwici Ga. and Mrs. Mae Mrs. Emma Ludwig of Miami Fonda Theatre Sunday and Mon- toward paving an 18 foot center ,
spent the weekend with her i jcn Pratt Street through the de- COLEMAN BEATERS and
o'ay. I
Jcnes of Jacksonville
, were Sunday mother, Mrs. A. S. Strickland, and |, \elopment. Pratt has already been
visitors of Dr. and Mrs. W. E. The story concerns a family of FLOOR FURNACES C. H. NASWORTHY
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hayes. I .patted! as an 18 foot street but
.MAY 2 Middleton.Miss non-conformists living on a ,ramshackle -
Mr. and Mrs. Mal Simmons and.i Maryland farm with a i j. Warren said he would pave it 26 We Service All MakesOf

,GUN FIGI-iT..AT I citing Penny Mr. and Hollingsworth Mrs. J. L. Hair was Mrs. Maggie. Douglas of Blakely, menagerie of animals, who become feet<< wide and. pay the,extra costs. Appliances Furniture and
; Ga. .were .wexkend-gttests-of Mr. in'olvedith non-paymept He said paving for the develop- [ Appliances-
Lake the
'n City over weekend.
O. K. CORRAL and Mrs. Ned Yancey.Mr. of income ment would cost him more than PHONE: WO 4.7511
Mr. and Mrs. George Kuhnastof taxes, and a young
.. ...
l Tampa are spending several and Mrs. O. F. Siemer. Sr. income tax- investigator.- -In an I$30,000. Starke Florida 310 East Call St. Starke, Fla.

AND and granddaughter Belle, spentthe I
days this week with Mr. and Mrs. effort to divert the latter from
weekend in Jacksonville with Major Stockholder :
OF Al Hartmann. his duties, the family encourages
STRANGE CASE Mr. and Mrs. H F. Bcoe and.
his attentions their attractive I .
Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Hazen and on Buys Bigham
guests, Mrs. R. W. Hunter ,of
DR. MANNING daughter with
Mrs. V. V. Hazen attended the I surprising results.
I Charleston S. C.. and Mrs. Louis EnterprisesJ.
The family problems
I funeral cf Mrs. Ruth Thomas inGainesville are finallysolved I
Plus "rntaimed Seal" Cartoon j Davis of Hardeeville. S. C. to the satisfaction of every-
i on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Terwillegar society Milton Brownlee. of Gaines-
cne, amid such scenes as a
Mrs. J. C. Robinson of Apopkais !
i and children were in Spartan-' ville, was the only bidder at the INTRODUCTORY SALE
Sun., :Mon. :May 3t visiting:: Mr. and Mrs. R. F. : hunt breakfast, a free-for- public auction of Bigham Enterprises i
burg, S. C. over the weekend
Demorest for two weeks. I Ul I battle involving jealous suit-
held at the Brad-
visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. Gordon property
ors, and a joyride to Washington -
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Godwin of
fOld courthouse 10.
on April
The Game Floyd.
Mating D. C in a helicopter.
Starke and Mrs. Lola Johnson of Bryon Newcomb has been Clerk Charles Darby said
Ocala spent Friday to Monday in
Biownlee bought the property for
With Debbie Reynolds, Tony 'Tatum, S. C. where they visited transferred to Waycross, Ga. with Plant Manager "........... ,............
28600. Brownlee the major
was I Ii .
the Hercules Powder Co. "? : :
Randall I'atd Douglas their sister-in-law. Mrs. W. E. III inmllUlmiiiDilliill-,,, IIUIII' .a. .
stockholder in Bigham Enter- ,
Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Voeth of For DuPontis 11" .
'! ,....
t.: .
Johnson, and children, who have ,, I
I .
and had all I
prises brought '
that rolicked two continents Lakeland were weekend guests of up J ., .".
The Book just returned from three years in Rotary SpeakerC. Ilhll
I their son-in-law and daughter, mortgages on the company'sholdings. I !tIi1:' .. ..
1 is a romantic riot on thetK'rf't"n Germany with her husband, CWO His bid represented the I I I I'' h li'' Imp II -- .. :-
and Mrs. Chuck Dent at the
Mr. -- -
Edward; Johnson, who will return: R. Hager, manager of the mount of investment he was -- New shape-new style t
Dent's new residence, 355 N. St. Trail Ridge and Highland plantscf _
Nothing so happy has ever happened in July. I Clair. attempting to save when he filed
.1 the DuPont Company, spoke at
i to any haystack before! I Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley attended the Rotary Club Wednesday, describing ruit against the property. No I fits like a "built-in"!

the IFCA Con- money will change hands in the
the local operations, as '
Plus "Rebel Rabbit" CartM>n I 1/Jr- uJV U
vention in Lakeland recently. well as the over-all activities ot deal.Brownlee I -1 Right out of 1959

701005Gtale i i While away they stopped at Apollo the Wilmington, Dela. company. a Gainesville feed production r1

Tues., Wed. :May 5, 6"SUBMARINE Beach for a visit with Mr. and Hager said Ut his company (dealer had said previously. he ,' ----1
would bid on the property if necessary Giant 12.3 cu. ft. capacity
Mrs. Elmer Johns, and in Gainesville estimates that between $17,000 and I

666 with Mr. and Mrs. W. A. $18,000 is spent annually per em- to protect his investment.He s SrndH new "Polartonew "
said at that time he would
r Ecctt. ployee for salaries, supplies services I! color
I i iI Brooker if -
I utilize the property
etc. in each locality whereit
I I he bought it, but he did not know New split level lighting
has a plant. The company has
This Week's Specials At around 325 employees at Trail just what kind of operation he i 2 Modern Automatic D;fro$|

Ridge and Highland.The would install there. :=- -__ ) {.-. Huge 80 Ib.

I FRIENDLYJEVELRY commercially three at minerals the local recovered plantsare 95 Defendants i ; Even e p l'fteezeNEh WS!

1 "YOUR ilmenite, zircon and stauro- Heard At Plea: Day i RS-1274 ,

'Z lite, Hager said. He predicted
THE BIGGEST WAR that available ore is sufficient to I In County CourtPlea I = -
142 W. Call St. Phone WO 4-8311
SPECTACLES OF THE YEAR! continue operation here for a con-!

siderable period of time. Day was held Wednesdayin

.- $2.00 Bottle of Cologne with each purchaseor County.Court, with 95 defend- PHILCORE
Repair. (Please ask for Cologne and Boat Postal ServiceIs ants scheduled to appear before 2.50
Judge T. A. Yawn.

PAMTROON i I Tickets.) Stepped Up Most of the cases involve traf- _

tic offenses, with 56 speeding
In Jax Area
Q Diamond Interlocked SchickELECTRIC charges leading the way. Also
1 2 Sets With 10 Diamonds SHAVERS Postal service improvements included were 15 charges of improper PerVeek\

Now Powershave 31.50 passing, 10 miscellaneous
Was designed to guarantee nextdayfirst
traffic ,cases, and one charge of. F RlGlRAf&RS!
325.00 175.00 Now 21.50 class letter delivery for passing a stopped school bus. I
SEAHAAIIC STARRING some 911,000 people in: a;25,000
Ladies' Schick Reg. 17.50 Freddie McRae, Negro, Was ,
JOhrf BNTLEY.BRETT HALSEY DIAMOND SOLITAIRE rquare mile area making up the lM

AN AMERICAN.INTERNATIONAL PICTURE Was Now Now'II.50 'metropolitan area" of Jacksonville scheduled to appear on a charge j ".. it
: cf assault with intent to commit :,,m$:{ ...1':'
PARATROOP COMMAND"starring Richard 215.00 125.00 Ladies' Schick, Reg. 15.95 have been announced by the murder. McRae allegedly -" -

Bakatyan Ken lynch Jack Hogan-JImmy MurphyAN Post Office Department.In .

AMERICAN.INTERNATIONAL PICTURE Terms Available Now 10.95 order to insure next-dayde slashed. the peck of Negro Charles ,- t .

Plus "Animal Fair" Cartoon Many others to choose from Autohome Reg. 37.50 livery first class mail must >be :Hart op April! 17. BIG FAMILY SIZES : I '

deposited in the larger offices r'
Now 21.50 School Buildings t !
WATCHES WATCHES prior: to 5 p.:m. on a business day j'i

Thur., Fri. May 7, 8 17 Jewel Re?. 42.50 DELTA PEARLS ind at smaller offices in time Well Under WayWark 8 to 12 cu. ft. !

or the final dispatch of the day. I

Now 17.50 From 4.00 and up At the Starke office this would .Is progressing well .-on Illustrated-Philco RS-892 -) '

ADVENTURES :ie up until 6:30 p. m., Postmas- county school construction projects =-a t i

17 Jewel Waterproof 14 K. Gold er G. J. McGriff said. according to School Super- '.4 cu.ft. capacity Door Shelves for eggs, r ._ I a

F ]O| \ Reg. 42.30 JNow 19.95 CROSSES and HEARTS In addition to. .Duval the:.Tlori1a intendent Harmon P. Morgan. Extra big 32 lb. freezer jars and tall bottles I '

ME Reg. 22.50 counties included in the area Morgan said three new class .,Deep,,full-width chiller Milk shelf holds half- -7 -

8 21 JEWEL BENRUS Now 9.95 ire: Alachua, Baker Bradford. rooms at RJE.High and a cafe- drawer gallon cartons I i

Reg. 75.00 Now 40.00 Srevard. Clay, Columbia, ;Dixie Urium. ) [combination cafeteriaand 13.0 sq. ft. Shelf Area Porcelain, ; interiorHew"olar1one" t* -

VV r o-lNICOI9R. Hagler Gilchrist Hamilton ,La- auditorium at Anderson Jr. Interior
Gold Filled Crosses and 1-19Z
vuwe :' 17 Jewel I Luvic With" 'ayette. Levy. Madison Marion, High in Lawtey are about 75 per Color 5-year Warranty 'H .

,.- .-, Hearts Nassau. Putnam. St. Johns,-Seml- c-.nt completed.Roof .
; Diamonds Reg. 89.50 Now 2.95 construction has started
1i Reg. 6.95 role Suwannee Taylor Union, i

.... ., Now 45.50 iad Volusia. it _the. new ,Starke Elementary

i etc-E/.Oa', ,}" )l Shell Lamps 1.50 up .The cooperation of postal .pa- schooland ,walls.are .up &t Law t C. H NL .NASWORTHY PUILCD DEALER

t 7 Jewel WaterproofReg. rcns is asked in mailing'early, tey Jr. .High, according to Mor-,

SWEATER GUARDS :la the day. thereby giving the gan. He said foundations have
50 Now 17.50
Plus )lagW )1.u.tl\J" Cartoon lepartment mere time to distribute been poured and pipe is being'Volt
and transport Bail" to in at the Bradford High auditorium. -
II I its destination. _
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.- TIIrn D.\T. APRIL $0. 1959

Vocational Ag Records ToppleAs Clyde' Sinclair r -I Hospital Week explanation of its services

"In an era of exploding growth
Being TaughtAt ?' S -' Set For May 10-16
I %, .- Funeral Service hcspitals must depend as never

;.f .,s __ Tornadoes The Bradford County Hospital before upon community support
State PrisonA
Here and community understanding if
FridayClyde will join with others throughout
T- '% comprehensive services of high

course vocational Agriculture :- s. 4 the nation in ooservmg National Duality are to be made availableto
., Take Track Title Whitfield Sinclair of
given for the first time Hospital Week May 10This; all people." R. E. Edmondson
1620 Seventh St. Jacksonville
in a Florida penal instituticn is year's theme, "More Roads to I administrator of the Bradford

being taught at Raiford by M. B. I Continued from Page 1 Jill Beach, died Thursday morning, Recovery" will emphasize the increasing County Hospital said in com

Jordan, who has had 26 years experience Apr. 30, in a Jacksonville hospital number of services offEred menting on the local observance.
fourth. as the result of a heart attack.
by the modern
in Florida as a teacher : 'Ji'T hospital.
of 'vocational agriculture.The BHS took first and second Funeral services will be held at Included in the week's activi-

aim of the course is the r race' in the 180-yard low hurdles 9:30 ajn. Friday in the First ties will be an open house on THE RIGHT rOLM t.r P elect

with James Thomas first, and Methodist Church with Rev. Donald your favorite ESTERBKOOKF'Mintata
education and rehabilitation of Wed., May 13, from 1:30: to 4:30p.
*,. Brandes second. Kokomoor officiating.Mr. !"tin. UfLGR.PHFOR
Featured at this time will
the inmates who are interestedin m. !
Another first for BHS was Sinclair was hem Aug. 27.
pegged and I
agriculture fitting them to be a tour of the hospital an
: \I -, by Billy Helsabeck in the 1909 in Lilesville. N. C.. the son of
take a productive place in society w..2 .
high jump, and the Tornadoes' George Sinclair and the late Stella

upon release.It rElay team, composed of Glenn Ridenhour Sinclair. He had resided -
consists of eight areas of Sell It Rent It Trade It
fctudy. Harrell, John Adams, Dewey Mc- in Starke for the past several -
plus citizenship and covers
Rae, and Ronald Crawford took years, where he was connected
ornamental horticulture beef cat- fust in the mile relay. with the Slade Gas Company. Re-
tle, hog production forestry and WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED
vegetable production. The 17 inmate Bradford's Sam Gardner placed cently he and his family moved to Mel Swanson
second to Roberts of Santa Fe in Jacksonville Beach where he was
students have two hours cf
the fhot put, and was also sec- owner-operator of the L. P. Gas SO WORDS OR LESS. 0.. I..ertU. (MlalnaB Charge) .TEACH
lecture in the morning plus two cnd in the discus -throw. Larry Company. Layman Leader ADDITIONAL WORD O\-ERO ---- -__ 4* ftr Wr..
hours of study, and in the after- DISCOrVT OW REPEAT IXSERTIO SAME AnKf
Mr. Sinclair
Fider placed third In the discus was a member of
noon each works in the field of Featured ADDITIONAL FOR UMNO ADS OR ADS NOT PAID FT ADVANCE.
1'- and Ed King fifth. Lee Cogdillof the First Methodist Church of TonightAt
his interest under the directionof _t.i"t ,
BHS was second to Gonzalesof Starke Post 56 American Legion, CLASSIFIED DISPLAY ___ '..25 Per *.** Pint Ia.ETt1.a
Farm Manager Lucian Conner. :4flV
Santa Fe in the mile run. with and while in Starke was a memberof RevivalMel ,1.00 PER I\CH FOR SAM AD REPEATEn O\E OR MORE TlMKf
Although the project has been I .- r
DcWayne McRae taking third the Rotary Club.
under way only four months, the I CARDS OF THANK M. B. Jordan place and Vernon Parmenter Surviving are his wife. Evelyn
Vo-Ag students have already builta Swanson, prominent Christian OVER so WORD* -- 4 O.tl p., W.r4
fourth. Tommy Clark placed Sade Sinclair; a daughter, Mar- layman of St Petersburg, will

greenhouse with materials a- Within the next six months, the :i I mum Foundation made Vocational fourth in the broad jump. tha Evelyn Sinclair; his father be the speaker tonight (Thursday! MF.MOHMI.* *NTT RF..O..1TTfO" -- C r_.. ,.. w...

vnilable, plus doors and windows highway will be lined with pyra- ] Agriculture available to institutions BHS still has two meets left on George Sinclair; two brothers, B. at 7:45 in observance of Men's

purchased at Camp Blanding for canthra obtained from Camp'! but the funds for the program W Sinclair Bellaire.
the season's schedule. The group Texas and Night at the revival series now m
$50. They used a great deal of ingenuity Blanding. And /tooth the Bradford,, are administered by the Paul Sinclair. KEROSENESMOKELESS SALE3Bedroom
mret will be held May 2. and the Montezuma. Ga.; progress at the Madison Street

in adapting available ma- and Union County entrance gates I Union County School Board. State Meet is set for May 11. bothon and four sisters, Mrs. Georgia S. Baptist Church. ODORLESS
terials in the construction of the to the have been -
<< prison grounds When outsiders were contactedfor the University of Florida track. Griffith and Mrs. Martha S. Cal- Mr. Swanson is president of
landscaped. Incidentally orna- laway both of 15.9 Per Gal Home
materials the Ga.;
Nurserymen from all over the response was Swanson's Suprex, Inc. Hardwares
mentals donated from Camp ,, Mrs.
Margie S.
country have been generous in highly gratifying. A large number Cancer CampaignAt Cook Newman 01 Florida and is a trustee of the AT YOUR IMPERIAL
Blanding would retail at $1,750. Pa.: and Mrs. Jane S. Handley,
Florida Christian School in tit.
donating supplies and materialsto donated plants, fertilizer and Half-way MarkMrs. Manchester $500.00 Down
Another aim is the establishment Ga. Petersburg. He is active with tne SERVICE STATION
help make the new venture a containers, but even more important -

success. of a nursery which eventually was the offer of eight nurserymen Clyde Tenvillegar, chair- Following services here, the Gideons International and Christ Hiway 301 North Starke
bCdy will be sent to Forried walls
: Douglas. Ga. and insulation plaster-
ian Businessmen's Committee,
One of the immediate aims of will provide ornamentals to to employ inmates who man of Bradford County Cancer
for burial. Local arrangementsare rd. Tile bath. A.nlnIrlndows..
the class is to beautify SR-16 beautify all of Florida's highways.An had taken the course upon their Society, and Mrs. P. G. Kelos will is a member of Northeast Park
in charge of DeWitt C. Jones Church in St. Treated1 for Termites. DuoThermWall
Baptist Petersburg.In
through the prison grounds. amendment to the Mini- release. contact all business places in the
; Funeral 1 Home.Bradford. FISH SHRIMP Furnace. Carport and storage -
city this week for contributions to addition u> fiTs other activI-

Berry Season Negro Man ShotIn New BuildingAt the cancer fund.Containers ties, he is a special= representative OYSTERSFish from room.Madison Large lot. 1 block
which are in most Closes for Wbeaton College, and is one

Not So Bad Penny Pitching business places in the county will of the most active Christian lay- Dressed If Desired Church.

Near BrookerSome Blanding not be collected for another week, Baseball Season men in the country. Prevatt Fish Market CALL

the chairman said, and added. "If Don Brandeis, evangelist and
Despite Rains people will do anything On Schedule you can't give a check please puta i With 9-7 VictoryBradford Rev. J. H. 1\l ibry. pastor extenda 617 E.; Brownie St. J. L. ANDREWS '

for a little bit of money. Herbert contribution in a container.?* cordial invitation to the publicto Ph. WO 9-1091

Bradford County strawberry Robinson. 29-year-old Brooker Maj. Harry M. Hatcher Jr. "To date," Mrs. Terwillegar said, hear Mr. Swanson tonight. WO 4-1563

growers have grossed $69,772.16 Negro even got himself shot over supervisor of maintenance for the "we have $524.50 toward our goal : High closed out its

from the 10.145 crates marketed a couple of pennies. Fla.: National Guard. said last; of $1000. This includes a check: 1959 baseball schedule with a Proclaimed WE HAVE a new loan program for Starke, Fla.
1 May farmers. Loans of 1 to S year
so far this season. in spite of Sheriff Joe Crevasse of Alachua week that Parker Construction I received this week from Ernest 8-1 win over Green Cove Springsat I for the entire! credit requirements -

adverse weather conditions that County said Willie C. Strowder Company is "right on schedule" Renner for the local society'sshare the BHS11 athletic field Tuesday Radio Month of the farmer and hIs fam NOW. The ultimate In prestige. 509

loss was arrested last week and held in the sale of Claxton fruit afternoon. The Tornadoes ily. Gainesville Production Credit ENGRAVED business cards $1995
threw them for a $100,000
with its work on a new $167,000 I Association, 4O Horth lIaln.GalnesvllJp price> includes plate. Never before
scored 9 runs on 10 hits and Station WRGR will join the ,
cakes. : ,
earlier in the season. without bond while officers investigated shop building at Camp Blanding. Fla. tfch engraving at this low price.

Starke Farmers Market Manager the shooting incident The ccntract date of completionis i All funds from the house-to- made two errors. more than 3.900 other radio stations Bradford County Telegraph tf

J. R. Wainwright estimates that occurred at the China Tung June 10. canvass in Starke and the countyhave Armond Rivers the winning throughout the U. S. in observing All RADIOS)Make -REPAIRED All M.4.la

that 15,000 crates of berries were Oil Farm south of Brooker. not yet been: turned t in. pitcher gave up 3 hits and 6 May as National Radio lea..B.ble Charge raaraate** (CITRUS bearing sties, container

lost during the rainy month of Alachua investigators said Rob- Maj. Hatcher said the new "Fight Cancer with a Check anda I walks. Leading hitters for BHS Month, Sam Zack the station's SHEPHERD'S RADIO A TVIlmaR grown. Also Plum Carner Apple-
building Greta Ow.er Pear. Hood and Dil<'win. Fig.
March-considerably more than inion was apparently shot in the containing 16,000 square Check-up" is the slogan being were Rivers with 2 triples and manager, announced this week. m W. Call Pit. Phoae WOI-6HI tirapcvines. Persimmons etc. Erergreens. -

the entire amount sold during the 'stomach and right arm after an feet of floor space, would con- used and checks should be made Lane Clark with one double anda "Radio Always In Tune Mark, Fla. Shade Tires, Camellias over

solidate several maintenance operations out to Bradford County Cancer single. With You" will be the theme of 400 varieties. Azalea, fine plants
current season.Wainwright rigument over a game of pitch- GENUINE ENGRAVED Wedding Invitations full of bud and bloom. See our
and County AgentG. ing pennies. now carried on in sev- I Society and mailed to TerwTIlegarMotors. BHS was eliminated from con- the observance.All with double envelopes 19J plants for quality. We are located

that eral buildings scattered over a 206 W. Madison or to ference: competition Thursday of during May, the station will for 121.35. Bradford Cour'r Tele 11 miles east of Keystone Height
T. Huggins both said
large graph. tf on Hiway 100. Thousands of plants.0. .
rain ruined one of the best crops Brooker Market area. Mrs. P. G. Felos, Bessent Koad last week when the Tornadoes broadcast a series of special an- C. Carnes Nursery Phone MU

in recent years. "And in the best Shops to be housed in the new Starke. lost:: a home game to P. K. Yonge nouncements of information about 1 Just Keceived large shipment of 4-4235.: Flora home. Fla. tf
nfd angle iron channel iron, "I"
market year for a long time." building: signal canvas and lea by. a score of 7-0. PKY: will play ladio.s service to its listeners the teams. $uitaM for all purposes. NO MONET DOTN ZenIth

Wainwright said wearily. "We Ready For Season ther repair body paint, machine Starke the winner of the other half of community and the nation, and Also. new stock of dwrs. windows Washing lUchl-es, now at DAHMER'S. -
AnglersAre srrwns and wreen dor., nerd soil : .
transmission tfchg:
repair and the i
parts conference for the title this
facts about WRGR.
could have sold them all. specific PI pe. and water pipe all sizes. Steel
Figuring from the average price To Open Soon storage. It will also contain up- weekend. Mr. Zack said. "The theme, offk-e safe show case, double porcelain FOR S.\LE-Lake lot on IVdford:

to-date office space. LeadingIn Last Friday on the home field. cabinet sink. Lake 2 miles from K..y.tone1I..lthts
'Radio Always In Tune With
per 24-pint crate season i I Drop in look around W. T. Jackson : High and dry with sire
1.36.841. Wainwright said the 15.-1 i i Early string beans, netting:: The modern shop, being, joined BHS defeated Santa Fe 17-7. with Ycu: was chcsen because is con- rear of Big Dad fa.-torjr Starke hade $I.'iO rash. Write P. O.

COO crates represented a loss of growers $4,75 per hamper for the to the existing automotive shop, Clay ContestStarke Jimmy Cox as the winning pit- eys the personal service that ra- phone fnaiw! WO 4-4001. As
1102.600 for Bradford farmers. j few that were offered, opened. is. of steel, concrete and brick cher. Calvin Pace led the hitters oio renders in entertaining and Uc'bgFOR

construction. The cement floors with 3 for 3. and 6 runs batted the "LOIlIST \ SALE-Girls SO in. bicycle
Despite the tremendous rain 1 activity on the Brooker State ; fisherman are currently informing people around Only }". T. I). Florist in Starke. two nw tires. $10. 717
loss to date, Huggins and Wain-:Farmers Market Tuesday. i will receive a good deal of natural showing their pre-eminence In the in His 3 hits included a double clock wherever they may be." I K'onrrs! wired any place .'o'l"rll'for C-rpr...... !St PhonWO 4-4S West

wrist, said that strawberries are A shortage volume of spring' light through several large field by holding the top three \cJth the bases loaded that drove The nationwide observance of \VO 4-K201.all occasions;Sni; ; EII't7nna locally.: 't.rhone ItfbgWANTED -

still the,best money crop for the: produce but buying power the'ttrongest skylights. places in the men's division ot: 3 runs across Radio Month is sponsored by the See STROUT REALTT for Farms.

county to concentrate on. "It is !' in recent years was the The wooden shop buildings being the annual fishing contest sponsored Pitcher Patterson of Santa Fe National Association of Broad- Hoat houses-Carpenter repairs Work, additions-Docks. and Homes.small.Businesses acreage large

the best money crop for this area j jpiediction of Manager Ralph Net- ; replaced by the consolidation I by the Clay County Chamber gave up only 7 hits. but 7 team casters. Washington, and Radio Call! Jimmy Kicks. Jr. WO 9-2351. I

with decent weather conditions tles as the new season several rove will be used as storage I of Commerce. errors led' to the large numberof Advertising Bureau New York. :3,p 430PITHINESS : STHOtT REALTY

and the weather can't get much I jvecks late for Brooker. finally buildings for the Guard's automotive L. B. (Red) Alvarez is top ranking BHS runs. I : : OPPORTUNITY: : Huffs JOIIMK:: H.%:>SE:*, REF.P. .

\iorse than it has been this year" 1: got under way. equipment according to I I with a 12-pound bass caught BHS closed its season with a Cucumber GrowersTo Sundries in Melrose: beautiful new O. Box
in Hutchinson Lake. Curtis Ma. record of 4 wins and 6 store with 2 new motel rooms conwcting. 307.. Slarkc. VIa. S ml. S.
Huggins said. "If the growers can 1 1ttai Nettles said that R. B. Alvarez. Maj. Hatcher. losses. completely furnished. Can ( S. Ml

make a profit this year itj jitprcsenting I Quality Produce, The Major said the move would lone is in second place with a 11 -Five seniors are graduating Meet May 6th | t'e made into any type store de- 4trhgVantrdl.awns

t Ib., 6 oz. bass from Hall Lake; and from the squad this j'ar: Benny I f"J"Pd. For complete informatIonLhone
f-hould them to Inc. is
encourage buying beans and getting
j not affect the to Mow Contact
II number of the McLeod is third with 9 lb. A meeting will be held at 8 p. owner GRanite 5-2003.: ( : Mel'r.p
Brady a Williams. Tom Stalling Armand i I Padgett at Bradford
I County Telegraph
next to handle other .
icady vegetables -
acreage year. \y>
Guardsmen i In n ?tp 4 3ft
now employed the
0 oz. bass, also from Hall. Rivers Calvin Pace and W. H. m. Wednesday, May 6, at the I phone WO 4-3101. tf
Huggins said soil analysis and .as they mature.
I shops. He said 72 men are now Mrs. O. J. Murrhee of Lake Johns. Of the 12 members County Agent's office, 215 E. Fort Rosemary Eddy. Kookkreping Servi .
of the ,
proper treatment were bringing | Nettles also listed the follow- W01 king there. with about half of i -e. Tax ,.....Ialb.t. "I come to ..00.I ." FOR r.ixrdream house with :3
i Geneva, 'wife of County CommISsioner squad returning next six Kim Ave., in Ocala, for the pur- > twdrooms. I bath. (;nfurni..ht>d. $55.IHectric .
higher yields than ever before. ling as other buyers who are expected them year, ( :11 Grwn Tote 6751; : : or writ. S".
being drawn from Company"C" Otto Mufrhee. is leadingin lettered this season. puse of nominating ccmmittee I ll.ghland .\,.... Green fnSprings.. stove and refrigerator In.-
Leaf spot is the biggest problem ;i at Brooker as the deal at Starke and half fromCompany the division with members and alternates from I na! 4tt :VISi ;: : 1"JC'8tt'd1' mile North of the City
till confronting:: ,growers:; and '''opens up. possibly next week: I I women's anfIb. Limits on t:. S. :301 Notth. F. Taccla.Tt .
with decent weather conditions, (, Morris Case of Stanley Produce "B" at Camp Blanding. ., 13 oz. bass from Lake (Gen Elks To Meet District IV to serve on the Flori- j i i TOR rJoXT-T"n b...I room house II g POT 4-'"' Sfarke i lip

eva. She also registered 'a 7 ID., rta Cucumber Committee for the Pat Pris"n road In Heilbronn
even this problem can be licked Co.; Ellis Bclangia of V. B. Hook For jwx-tion. S.'". J. W Gaskins FOR RENT-Furnished! 2 bedroomr
Co. B Holds 4 oz. bass from the same lake. InitiationThe r, Larged fenced
ccming: year. I.-n in yard
he said. I Co.; Joe Waldo of Mack's Pro- :Z. PV* !':i. Starke. Fla tf
Mrs. H. R. Weigand of Green All producing cucum- i screened porch. $69 per mo Phone
The county agent said that several I j (.Ice; and Charley McGee of Mc- Multiple Drill ; is regular meeting of B.P.O. growers WO '.%1:04 2tp 430_:
Cove Springs in second place in ters in a proprietary capacity in I|I
had | Gee Produce Co.Nettles Elks will be held at 8 Monday \f.R.fa
already ,
growers an
I Makes Awards the women's division with a 6 lb., p.m. Bradford, Clay, Unicn and other ]i..* arrrp rut-ovrr land. ;p- miles' KOR 5If.i.-1o lot* on W Pratt
nounced their intention to double i said that cucumbers May 4, fi the lodge home. I -.. and Palk Sis Sell one or all. Phone
14 1-2 oz. bass from the St. Johns District IV counties urged to i f m :Stark. on good srra'trd ro,,".
i beans .and squash will be in good 'I'h'reiU 'be are (I 4-""03J: : or -all by Leon lark..l.J. .
berry acreage next ycaiv an initiation and $10001 per arre.ah or trm'arr' .
Ccmpany "B" t Forward River.In .. '..
Sup- take part> in the selection of representation : 0.1. t'1, :'n :;
Wainwright said there would I volume by next week, with corn Exalted Ruler Owen Vaughan
port) 748th Ordnance Battalion. the boys' division (under 12 from this area. ?*4 hom site. 11:'''''' crad.'rt
berries and pepper coming along in from urges all members to foe .
fUll be to market for present road $750 io. cash terms
three to four weeks. He Camp Blanding, held a multiple years) Marshall Know es of Green From the list of grower and or FREE GREASE JOB
some time yet but he could make said that Among those from the local
\olume of all of dull Sunday April 26. Training Cove is leading with a 5 3-4 lb. handler nominees chosen at the I acre home (Ii'" l>.lwe.n Ifmp- With"try 10 or more gallons
no predictions as to price. Mon- types vegetables lodge attending the clinic for Exalted ; -
ton and
consisted of bass from the St. Johns. Theressa. pated highway
maintenance of meeting; the Secretary Agri- of gas purchased at Atlantic
day's volume was 749 crates. can be handled on the market ; Rulers Leading Knights, and '. '11.(1).
equipment classes on First Aid There have ''been no entries in culture will select two grower Service Station.
Tuesday 218 crates, and Wednesday :this year and invites growers to Secretanes in Green Cove Springs ,.r.W HttMK*
and C. B. R. the girls' division.
150'crat.es. i call Stocker 2551 for complete in- last Sunday were Owen Vaughan members and one handler member Vsrion ..
Average priceWednesday : styles and plan. ? them Mechanic on duty at all times.
formation. A ceremony was held awarding Harry Blackmon. president J. D. Seymour, Thos. H. Lewis with their respective altrr- new and take yonr rhorChoice ...
was $5. The Armed Forces the Clay County Chamber, remindsall It will be the I Specializing In brake work and
Reserve Medal and J. D. Doyle. Luncheon was nates. responsibilityof Knr. .,. ..\lU. tune-tip
Soil for the completion of ten years fishermen that any bass weIghing served by the ladies. ) these: committeemen to assist j jn location water front reasonable -
Stewardship I I
Mayor Asks Time above ten in order to
I honorable and satisfactory serv- administering:: the Cucumber price with terms! ZENAS TETSTONE

Limit EnforcementOn I Week Proclaimed ice as a member of one or more "je: considered for the prize must Tax Roll Collected Marketing Agreement during the .\. J. THO>IV .n;,I.Ton NEW OWNER OPERATOR

of the Reserve Components of the be accompanied :by a sworn state. 1959-60 season.LEON'S. :i.05: Temple Ate., Tel. WO 4-3781 I ATLANTIC: SERVICE STATION
Auto Parking Governor Leroy Collins has ment that the fish was caught In ,
Aimed Forces of the United States 93 Per Centtax i 332 N. Temple Ave.
i'ipioclaimed May 3-10 as Soil to the following personnel: CWO Clay County, and list a witness or iI I
Mayor W. T. Jackson asked witnesses to the catch. istni-i; .\risIf : I
Stewardship Week. Albert Foster. CWO Maurice Win- Collector J. R. Kelly said I !
police to tIghten up on ottendcrs you are experienced In writing
who park overtime in the 15 nun I The annual observance is spon- pate. M-Sgt. Robert V. Chapman Tuesday that approximately Slid BTiirins fn'n..hls"Jroup'' Pyrofax Range

ute parking zones. I I Hired by the State Soil Conservation M-Sgt. James Christmas M-Sgt. Softball League $279,000, or 93 per cent of this coverage fif and your want own.a permanentbisintss .IIh anetveptionally I SALE

Board and the Florida AsTiation Clarence R. year's tax roll had been collectedby I
From! 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. parkins Scoggins. M-Sgt. MARKET I good income to. start
; $ of Soil Conservation I krne Garcia. SFC his office. The tax roll shows' and a raise every nt..nth \\ hare
in front of the postoffice is limited Avery Baxley. Gets New Team jiirt such a job for the. right ALL RANGES MUST GO!
; man.
to 15 minutes. Mayor Jackson District Supervisors. During the SFC Willie E. Green. SFC VirgilM t299.000 due for the year. FRESH FISH FRUITSand I If interested send your name and

fa id that to park there while hay last two years 40 Flcrida Soil Jordan. SFC William C. Rho- Kelly said"he had been collect- VEGETABLESAlso address and a letter stating pre- PRICE CUT

Conservation: Districts have den. SP-2 Games TonightGarden ing cent penalty on delinquent \vs experience: to Harvln andAJIen :3 I CYL. GAS
ing' coffee or going about! other participated Rollin E. Mundroff, SP- a one, per Sundries I Inr Agency. P O. llox: 474. FREE!

business is unfair to the many i 1 in the event. 2 Daniel R. Weeks. 'personal taxes and four JacksonTil* 1. Fla, All inquires Old Range Make Down Payment

people who need postoftice stops More than 600 churches Restaurant whitewash. per cent penalty on late real Open Daily 6 AM 8 PM held in striel e..nfi".T>r. ?>n. ;'7

especially during the busy hoursof throughout: Florida have coopera- MAYOR'S COURTThe td: Keystone Heights 17-0. and estate: tiles since April 1. He is WANTED: -Two women" to sll INSTALLATION FREE

the day. j fnl in the pro ram. Ministers dc- State Maintenance Shop downed running a legal advertisement in Cor. Thompson & Brownlee famous TrPPERWARE. Earn $35. Plus FREE Jake: Decorator

Mayor Jackson also con;ratulat- 'j 1 ]hveied 874 sermons on scil stewardship four charges on Mayor's Company "C* 20-10 in the first this week's; 'issue of the Telegraph Sts. Near DepotPh. to car$75 No weekly experience: Must needed." 'hav No u .e Inv of- I See Your Pyrofax Distributor

rd Chief Riley Sweat and the to more than 68.000() Court docket for trial Monday official games of the current softball which lists the names of WO 4.8033 itm -nt Write or wire: Tropi'-al CENTRAL
league schedule at the high 100 who have not yet F-ak,;. P O. Box: n;%. Orlando. Fya. FLORIDA GAS
force for Floridians. April 20 included persons
promptly apprchcndmz one each for :lIp SI4 AND
the criminals in the recent I !I Foster! Shi Smith. Chairman shoplifting. disorderly conduct, school field Tuesday nig t., Bill paid their personal taxes. He APPLIANCE CO.

break-ins. j Bradford Soil -nrrvation Board reckless driving by excess speed Epps pitched a no-hltterZor. the said these people will be requiredto Tailor Made I>rani I"1I made to order 119 S. Walnut St. Starke
Mrs. Robbie Shaller. ) E.
I jcf Supervisors sats local programs and failure to have vehicle under Garden. v pay for the cost of the adver- c?r Phon. WO I-S.T4 219 Adkini Hp PRICE AS LOW AS

BHS Student i are scheduled this year in churches (control. Games scheduled for tonight tisement in addition to paying WHY PAY RENT? $129.50
FOR SALE-i' Aluminum
Places ThirdIn 'I throughout Bradford County. All four defendants appeared (Thursday) .are: Maintenance Shop the delinquent penalty. trailer 1J5 Star Clean-new paint.house

at court and pleaded not guilty to vs. Keystone; and Garden Restaurant Only 42 persons had not paidpersonal f)00 rash. ". Finn. Box: 115, Lawtey FOR SALE-Terreir. Barbwu

Speech ContestMary : WOODS FIRES charges. Three were found guilty vs. Florida Development taxes at this time last WILL BUILD HOME its Killl.! '0. t\rg Gift miles Shop south&:of home Starke.Hlway NoII-

with the disorderly conduct charge Commission. year, Kelly said. ON YOUR LOT FOR !SALE Peeond hand whirl tog becaow of ill health. gee owner

Katherine Wainwright I >j! The Fire Control Unit reported I dismissed for lack of witnesses.Afineo$2lor5dayswassus.. Scheduled for Tuesday,_ May 5. He said advertisements on delinquent lwn mnw.r. 4 cv-jf Clinton motor j1)___ Ten-Mi :,trhr 5 u

won third place in the area Soil 1 !i no fires this week with a total ot! roe: Garden$ Maintenance Shop; real estate taxes will be No Down Payment with" S 18"?. blade. $:!O.OC. 1207 Bradford It..hlr FOR SAL&-3 Wright-Dilwn T.n.

Conservation speaking: contest | '4 fires and H0.5 acres burned Fended on the shop-lifting (bottle tnd Co.'C'" vs. Development Commission printed for four weeks in May. nit; Rackel. Excellent condition

held in Gainesville Tuesday. i! since Jan. 1 of this :year. cf cologne) charge and defendant and a sale of tax certificates still TONEY HOME BUILDERS, House For Rent at Km*1eT Mar Phone' wo 4-1041. Itrh.
through September" 3 bedrooms.l .
Top area winner was Frank i! For the same period m 1 5) put on probation for 30 days. A outstanding will be held May 29. Inc. screened norch. dock and oi<<-- FOR SALE;-IJ5J Forjl- Automatic

Booth 15. of Green Ccve Springs ; there were W- fires with 542.43: ; $27 fine or 5 days was levied on The first; games are scheduledfor tic shelter All .'-ctrir Vifh.n. transrnlwion if A-I conditioned A

and second place went to a Chief burned. 7:15, with the "nightcaps at v. T. Call f.EHI or WO 4-541. S tehc. tareain taken at once Can be
acres the reckless driving charge and ,C. U. Contact RAY FORTH -, -. 1nanced.! 1113 Pratt St. phone WO
lend boy. Chuck Beck. I Rainfall this week was confined t the defendant in the failure to One new team Waldo, has entered PHONE I- UI after_ C p. nu IthUASDWRI""G

Subject of the contest which to one inch average for the coun have vehicle under control charge the League, Recreation Director TROfflBITIOX DOES ,NOT 4123 Furnished" Aoa'tment For Rent.Anptv .
Townsend'sf GrnKI"" SECRETS regaled -
had entries from five counties ;I I ty on Tuesday, April 21. and no i.was given a choice of paying $27 Bob'Benner announced yesterday. MAKE LAW-BREAKERS. IT Keystone Heights, Fla. '._. Y "I._ ..10.. ;; -1 In hook of absorbing Interest to
REVEALS all wh
was "Conserving Wildlife Throushboil more rain up to and including Monjday or having his license suspended tor ? study our character traitOrlr -
I .
( VOICE) Mng Wormen F"" .",- .t T.- ILtB postpaid r. E. Boedeck
CooserraUoa Districts.? i of this week. :CO: days. *
H.5 .
I Rt.
( | Crncer 1.1..1" f i. Stark@. Pla Pb..n.
a 4tchg 5 :21 WO '-IIi: Itp s tPAin
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Keystone Council OK's Annexation; 4 u t Keystone Police Department Offers

Bill Is Prepared For LegislatureA :. ,t 7x I 1 Answering Service At New StationIn

motion setting forth the proIrosed ,, A recommendation that all I j
the interest of providinz immediately: } when the officer returns
new limits of the Town of casements to Lake Geneva and I i -I
more eficient police service in to the station and will bet
Keystone Heights and a decisionto Keystone Lake be kept clean and
,.t wI Keystone Heights the Department tven prompt attention.It .
go forward with the annexation usuable with signs to indicate the I
has installed an autcmatic answering is hoped that the citizens of
proETHm topped action by the location of the easement was re- t
I' service in the new Police the town will avail themsehes of
Council at its recessed meeting (erred to the streets committee.
Station located at the intersection' this service. especially in the caseo
of April :t. |i A recommendation that positive I !f
.1 a 3 vv rf Lawrence Boulevard and State : prowlers. Rather than attemptto
action on the part of Council to-
With dissenting vote Coun- +
one 1, Road 100. frighten such persons away the
; ward obtaining removal of the
cil passed a motion by Council- In the absence of the police of- police: should be called immediately -
;i old G. S. and F. railroad station
man Fred Dodd that the proposed
f.ccr from his and to
!;station while enraged given an opportunity
new town limits should: .be- j' building and that the ccmpany be /
in making: his regular pa- pnpiehend! the prowler before he
;, inquired to clean its right of way
gin at the intersection of Orchid
,, trols. thN machine will make an is: aware that his presence is
through the city will be handledby ;
Avenue and Peach Street the existing I .
-, a'.jtonutic reply to any: mccinms rvown.
line, thence to Grove,i Chairman Ownbey. It was proposed '6 _
t r call on the police number. Key- The Keystone police hare aloL.nied
thence east to Pointview Road i that Attorney Prevail draw I Junior Club Installs OfficersNew | none Heights 2803. and will in- this warning to would-
I up a resolution to send to the j
thence Pointview
on I struct the caller to dictate his pranksters: There are means! a-

Road to Lake Geneva." On roll i Stale Railroad Commission with j! KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS officers of the Keystone fiver: Mrs. Thomas Garnar presi- |: message! to the machine. This *.'?ilable to detect Jl'ThOn.'ho re-
call vote Councilmen Dodd, Ter- I copies to the G. S. and F., in regard I
denl I raesase. which be of 30- end false and such
I I Heights: Junior Woman's Club : Mrs. Richard Cunningham | may l'C- messages per-
to this matter. '
rell, Wiggins and Williams voted By Mary K. Schaeffer cirresponding secretary; and Miss i| c:.d duratIOn. will be picked up rf-ns will bo summarily d'alt"ith.
for the motion, and Chairman In addition to these suggestions: are pictured as they were installed Barbara Southwell treasurer.At I

I the Citizens Committee also Thursday evening Apr. 23. I FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Ownbey against it. suggested comment. The officers for the i right the president Mrs.
Prior to the vote, Mayor M. L.! that an ordinance be passed Woman's Club Appoints coming year are: president, Mrs. left to right: Mrs. William Baker. Garnar is seen cutting the birth- J. R. Smith pj>sf
Beasley had requested that the J] providing for a permit and Committee To Investigate LibraryAt Thomas Garnar: vice-presidenl "ice president; Mrs. Jennings o&y cake. marking the first anniversary '1 Copeland, Minister of Music and
Bed. Inner
annexation matter not be allow-I'i' fee, renewable annually, for signs a recent meeting of the Mrs. William Baker: recording Murrhee, recording secretary: of the club's organiza- (i church organist. one Full sire Rollaway

ed to die for lack of action on the I faced along the highway; also Woman's Club, a committee was secretary Mrs. Jennings Murr- Ms. Leal Hayward. installing of- tion. !i Services: Sunday School 9:45: Sprinjj; Mxttrrvi and ('o'er.

part of the Council. In support of I that old and useless signs be re- t appointed to investigate the mer- bee; treasurer. Miss Barbara i a. m. Morning Worship. 11 a, m. Like nf'''. Phone Keystone..1IE'igbts1I3.

his statement he exhibited a petItion -I moved. its of the present Woman's Club Soulhwell; corresponding secre- .' Training Union 7 p. m. Eveningsoles
}'f'. II. OL'en Box 73 Mel.
signed by approximately 35 I Another reccomendation sug- Library, and ways to make it a tary, Mrs. Richard Cunningham. i 8 p. m. ,

residents of the area in question rested more complete wspaper more vital part of the community.I Members and guests then adjourned +I "Make church worship a family fO'C", Ha.
requesting such annexation. He I coverage of Council operations There are some wonderful up-to- to the library to enjoy Melrose affair.

stated that the petition had been and a request that the Committee dale: bocks in our library and the :, birthday cake and punch. Tne

signed by a significant portion of j through the Mayor, be kept ad- librarian and her staff are an- II table and cake were decorated ATTRACTIVE MASONRY HOUSE

the population rf ncerned. and vised; of the financial condition of xious that people will "discover"our with the club colors of blue and FFA it C l s: I

that he was willing to have the.I the city from month to month. library. gold. Several members of the ? e y ejf e 2 Bedroom, Dining Area. Living Room, Kitchen. Tile

question of annexation stand or The Committee, by resolution The Investigating: Committee R|I'Senior Woman's Club were guests. Bath Hardwood Floors Floor Furnace. Lots of Storage

fall on the decision of the people I also endorsed the increased compensation consists of Mrs. Carl Johnson.I'! Hostesses for the evening were Band .t Carport. Three years old. Centrally located, in
involved.It for the! Mayer and Mrs. D. O. Stewart, Mrs. William [[ Mrs. Frank Harris Mrs. Charles town near shopping, doctors, beach and churches.
was decided to have legisla- Councilmen and also the exten- Dawson Francis Clark, and Dr. McGlave. and Mrs. James Don- .
tion authorizing a referendum on sion of the city limits 4 to the extent : A. C. Holt. They have prepareda nelly. The next meeting will be Takes ; r h Financing arranged. Far above average, on well landscaped

,the annexation question passed at that the citizenry feels Questionnaire entitled "How May 14.Summer. lot.
the current session of the State "
friendly toward the movement. Can Our Library Serve You Better Recreation Program First '

legislature.City I Councilman Dodd reported that ?", and it has been distributed | The Committee for the Summer S. E. M KAY -- REALTOR
Attorney Prevatt s. -
the material for the railroad
proposed town. It is hoped I
I throughout the j Recreation Program will meet at
read a proposed amendment to crossing to serve the Keystone -
the that the questions will start peo- j the Clay Co-op at 7:30 p. m. PlaceThe Keystone Heights Phone 3701-2051; ---.4151---4209
City Charter providing for an Cleaners and Laundry had '
pe! thinking about the opportuni-I', Thursday evening April 30 (this ,
increase in the compensation of been ordered and was on the (
ties they are missing by I evening]1. Plans will be made to i
the Mayor and members of the: ground. He suggested that the
Library. raise the funds to
Council from the $2 our necessary op- _
present a railroad company be notified of \
n '- -----
meeting to $10 a meeting, not to I I the date the work on the mstal- Your correspondent was pleasedto erate the eight-week Recreation -- KEYSTONE GAS COMPANY
exceed three nte that in answer to the 1 program for our children this Melrose Future Farmers :1 Melrose. I
meetings a month. lation would begin in order that .
do Chapter took three first places) Other first honors went
"Whal summer. place
He also called attention to the they could have supervision DEPENDABLE 21-HOUR SERVICE
fact that the charter makes no ,jcu read?", everyone included Chamber of Commerce Notes one third place in the FFA sub- ;! to Alvin Lilly in tractor dnung

for sent.A -IHE BRADFORD COUNTY About 500 copies of the new riiilricl contest at Palatka Senior ;and Charles Gaboardi and Fran-j
provision of
replacement a request by Myron Prevatt
councilman vacating his office by I TELEGRAPH.-of course!" brochure en Keystone Heights High recently. (kic Adkins in the horseshoe Day Phone ORE GAS Nile Phone
that a street light be installed at, -
death or otherwise and he was the intersection of Nightengale I On Wednesday afternoon there were mailed to residents of the Probably the most popular I!throwing. Charles also; took third I 4351 2582
for childrenup Keystone Heights area last week. place in 'public speaking.
instructed nil be a story hour
by Council to make I
a Sf and Palmetto Ave. was refer- ; t/oup was the string band which >! '
further to about ten years old, starling Accompanying each brochure was Other contests included Sweet- '
addition to the amendment COOKING HEATING WATER HEATINGMost
red to the streets committee. took top honors at the meet. I -
at 4. a letter explaining the function hearl. parliamentary procedure. i
to provide for this Mayor introduced at 3:30: and ending
Beasley a I
eventu-I Teller will be Mrs. George and plans of the Chamber for Band members pictured are Mark i iGaboardi softball quartet and harmonica.
ality. Action will be taken Story
proposed franchise to Clay Elec- : I Complete Line of House Healing Equipment in North
Stephen and Schools competing in the meet
legislation authorizing Schaeffer. Keystone A form for new memberships Ashley
trie '
Cooperative. Inc. for consideration -
r changes passed at the current of the Council, and it was' Baker and Cooper-Hish was included in the' let- Danny Pridgeon. Jimmy Williams,'I besides Melrose were"Bunnell'j' Florida. If You Plan to Add Heat This Winter- U. FinkFotpoinf

Legislative session. decided to refer the matter to a At Duplicate ler. Quite a few have been returned fourth member of .the band was Hastings Crescent

The request of John Bird thata committee composed of Council- At the regular weekly meeting adding more members to not present when photo was tak- Cove. and Palatka. I

tract of land, about 10 acres in man Ownbey, Wiggins, and Williams of the Keystone Heights Dupli- cur growing Chamber. The drive en. These; young musicians al-

area, abutting the city limits on ,,1 and Mayor Beasley. This I II cate Bridge Club Monday evening. I will end this week and about nost had the students dancing in

the west be annexed to the town I committee will make recommendations -i i Mrs. Joy Baker and Mrs. Bee I tight more memberships would the aisles as they played in the I

was referred to Attorney Prevatt to the Council. Cooper were high-scorers, while complete the goal toward which high school auditorium. This 1 +

to check the boundaries and secure -I!I Clerk Haberstroh called at- Mr. and Mrs. Fremont Tolles the Chamber is working this year. group only recently organized is i

an adequate description of lenlicn to the obvious fact that held second-high. All persons interested Anyone considering membershipmay rapidly becoming the pride ofa.nntn.mnVVVVVVVs i iI.

the property involved.At the roof of the town hall was are asked to be at the contact the secretary, Mrs. I

its regular meeting on April leaking, and Councilman Williams Woman's Club at 7:15 every Mon- Joe Daurer by calling 4331.

14 the Council had received a reported that a leak had also appeared c'ay evening Chamber meetings are held the

number of recommendations from I in one of the ventilators 'Junior Woman's Club Notes third Monday of each month. MELROSE. '

the Citizen's Advisory Committeeand at the fire station. Council votedto The Junior Woman's Club of The next one will be on May 18. I

these were disposed of as follows -I have both roofs repaired by 1 Keystone Heights held installa- at 8 p. m.. in the Clay Electric By Joyce Rothhammer P.!. .

at the meeting on the 21st: Fred Dodd at his early tion of officers and celebrated Co-op conference room. .
A recommendation by the Citizens ience. Mr. Dodd abstained from I: its first birthday at a ceremony Bridge Club: Meets fa

croup that Council check Into voting because of his financial i I and party held Thursday night at I Mrs. Herbert Nelson entertainedher Mr. and Mrs. E. A. McLeod of I'

the matter of promiscuous interest in the matter. I II the Club House. Afternoon Bridge Club Monday Gainesville and Mr. and Mrs. H. I|. .,e. w.,+4Y

d-imping of trash, rubbish and I, The treasurer's report, received I' A short business meeting pre- ] April 27. Members of the F. McLeod of Valdosta Ga visited

! garbage in areas adjacent to the I at the regular meeting on April i ceded the installation. The Club club are: Mrs. Nelson, Mrs. Ever- Misses Anna and Attie Lee, Saturday | 0""' __ I

city limits in order to prevent the 14, showed a previous balance of I voted to donate $100 toward the ett Fox. Mrs. Albert Bachmann. Also guests of the Lees .

breeding of flies was referred to $7.193.57: income of $1,489.77: j town's summer recreation pro- Mrs. C. V. Brust Mrs. Harold last week were Mr. and Mrs. i! I I t LI

I the committee on sanitation for credits $35.90: disbursements $2- gram. A girls' softball team will Sutton, Mrs. James Cook, Mrs. Morgan of Gulf Hammock. I II I i iI .J- :$= T ( IB. FREEZER WITH

btudy and report. 4)5.43; leaving a balance of $6- he sponsored by the club under I Henry Mickel. all of Keystone Ray Mathews who attends college I''I g I II 17 IB. CHILLER DRAWER

:, A recommendation that play- 223.81. the management of Mrs. Charles Heights and Mrs.: Margaret Holloway in Cochran, Ga. spent the I| cf4 I

f round equipment be reconditioned Representatives of the firm of :;iMcGlave. Mrs. Eugene Williams of Melrose. weekend with his parents, Mr. and :

i and repaired where needed asa ; Outlaw Tucker and Associates,!(I presented Mrs. Thomas Garnar,. Birthday Party For Mrs. Ralph Mathews. i I' n

safety measure was referred to I1\described the services that their}., president with a gaven a birth-I Carolyn Elmore Sen. and Mrs. J. E. Cross and.|

,the committee on public safety. firm had to offer in the way of I day present to the club from its Saturday evening April 25 children Gayle Betty Jean and i 1
members.Mrs. I Carolyn Elmore. daughter: of Mr. Emory spent the weekend in

KEYSTONE DEPARTMENT STORE Thomas Garnar introducedMrs. and Mrs. Thomas Elmore. was Melrose. :!
Leal of Ocala. wno
, Hayward hostess to a group of her friendsat Mrs. C. L. harns of Welaka t' I FAMILY SIZE

\ Men'g Women's; Children's Clothing & Shoes is the District Director of District her 12th birthday party. There visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs.R. n r

Five of the Florida Federa- were games and a dancing con- M. Cason. Saturday. I 10.8 CU. FT. CAPACiITt
SPORTS WEAR A SPECIALTY tion of Woman's Clubs. Mrs. Hay. test, with winners Dianne Nach- Duplicate Bridge ; Qf J :; r- i:

Keystone Heights ward gave an interesting talk on tribe and Lee Crane of the slow Winners of the Meirose Wom- f .
Lucile Foster, Owner
the work accomplished this year dancing, and Janie McMurtry and an's Club duplicate bridge were',

by the Florida Woman's Clubs.r Gary Cooper, winners of the too for high Mrs. Eddie Miner I II

The new officers were presentedwith "Bop" contest. Mrs. Elmore was and Mrs. Kennie Kenner Mrs. I t t tt

corsages and Mrs. Hayward cssisled in entertaining the boys Bee Cooper and Mrs. Otha Gro-

installed them with appropriate and girls and in serving the refreshments [Continued on next Page] I" ,

by Mrs. J. W. Warren ,., I //J
consultation on engineering problems t '. ST01G6E
Q Mrs. Ann Cooper and Mrs. Harvey Ii Ii:1.
such as annexation, septic ;
!! Nachtribe. Guests for the LEE'S DRIVEINTHEATRE .
evening -
taLks, power,-water, feasibility of 16 SQ. FT. OF 0008 SHELYES
were Jo Wildt Linda Hill, : ,-
plans and figures on costs etc. '
Carol Baker Carol Warren Carol USABLE SHELF AREA '
fri They suggested a retainer fee of 1iL. __ 1rp
in'' Stephenson: Carol Wolfe. Dianne : \;,
not more than $150 per year, !
; Carol Nachtribe. Wendy Nach- l'tf .
return for which Council meetings ; ; 7'J
tribe Joyce Warden. Janie Mc- Phone 4113 ''h '
would be attended on request,j I : .':'.A <('!

Z With visitations and telephonecalls ''Murtry. Nancy O'Connor, Lee Keystone Heights, Fla. (!;y." : '.to..O' ,
Ii 1 Townsend, David Schaeffer, Tommy '8 .iI
.. .. < -
when Otherwise, f '
S necessary. ....);"+. "
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they would operate on a fee basisper i' .
THUR. FRI. k ;: Jt6':
Jackson. Steve Shackleford. Mike ;j''Qj
meeting not to exceed the j I J ;
/ annual fee figure. The prospectusand I Zike, Lee Sutton Jimmy Fox Apr. 30, May 1 I I.','.' \ if, ", '' ;

r I 11 t-tpi ii prosposed agreement was referred -,, Johnny Warren and Lee Crane. I ..:$ < ",h"'.' .. ,n. ...,,,.,,... .J"t ". .t:1/.... .."

to the order of business Jack Wingate Honored VILLABrian ''; ; nt,4': : : ; '
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for further study I ".'." 1-ftI.! .dNr. '"\". .. d"' -::: / .. ;'
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Tax Assessor Thomas Millican and Mrs. Raymond Win- Keith, Cesar Romero, .. ''J; < l /': ,. '.1..1
who recently moved into the 1
elated: that he was subject to>I gale
home formerly occupied by Mr. q"5tf. -
Council approval considering revaluating It
City assessments in line i and Mrs Toby Jackson entertained AXD I.
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with the newCounty procedures. for their son Jack with COLORSat. BRAND NEW 1t\\ .

Enjoy your vacation Tentative approval was given.A (an out-door party and weenie I

... request that the present city' roast on Saturday, April 25, the. MODELFROM _. NO TRADE NEEDED.-

without financial worries. hall be made available for use as>;! occasion being Ja<;k"s 7th birth-' ., Sun. May 2, 3
After Small Down Payment
a Chamber cf Commerce office ctar. About twenty guests mostly -: 1959

OPEN A SAVINGS ACCOUNT TODAY! when the new city hall is built;' from Jacksonville were on; SMILEY GETSA Only .50 Week 25 Per Day

was referred to the order of newb hand for the festivities. GUN LINE J

THE KEYSTONE STATE BANKA isiness.A communication from a com-" Keystone BHS-PTA Parents Entertain Chips Rafferty, Keith

mittee of the First Baptist Tuesday evening April 21. the

Friendly Bank in a Friendly Community Church recommending that a reduced -:, parents of Bradford County High CalnrtCIXEIASCOPE REDFEARN'SPhone

Keystone Heights, Fla. speed limit be enforced on||1 School students from Keystone AND
State Road 100 in the vicinity of Heights were in charge of the
Member F.D.I.C. the church was referred to the(| entertainment and refreshments 9391" Keystone HeightsBRADl:0RD

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, TT'TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT Brownie Scout Troop No. 390 I take over on July 1. Plans were Sunday to go to Communion in a run. It includes care of biulding about the possibilities of havingthe rrd"' daughter Mrs. Robert Bet- r and Mrs. Wainwright- and Mr

would like to take this opportunity ; .made for the convention in Jacksonville body.St. and equipment responsibility for roads at the school back!
KEYSTONE I top- incourt, were luncheon guests of Hall visited her brothers, Elm
to thank Scout Troop No. 190 : on May 1417.CHURCH Anne's Episcopal Church Cft drink bottles juke box and ped. They presently are covered Mr. and: Mrs. Tom Roberts in I p.id Theo Padgett of Plant City!
HIGHLIGHTS and Mrs. J. W. Warren chairmanof
:I NEWS There will be a Teen Town other equipment, and personal with clay and in rainy weatherare Gainesville on Thursday of last:I Mr. and Mrs. Harry Nader of
the Committee for making
AAAJ 4AAAAA>AAAAAAAAAAAA1 ,1 the Investment first Baptist Church Dance on Friday evening. May 1, conduct rules.TeenTown. I. very; sloppy. week. They returned home to Hollywood, Mr. and Mrs. Johnn'

that will long be remembered.ceremony one Rev. y K. Smith ''Mrs. Smith, m the Parish House, starting 'at will be operated on Girl Scouts Have CampOutThe Grandin that afternoon.Mrs. Mayo of Ray City. Ga.. Mrs. HJ

[Continued from Page One Mrs. GUS Alderman, 'Miss Gloria :: a demerit system and any member Melrose Girl Scouts had a Ethel Brockman of Grandin E. Moorer and Mrs. B. C Powe
April 14, Brownies of Troop No. 7:30.Holy
&t PTA regular monthly meeting. 390 helped their leader, Mrs.I Smith, and Miss Sandra Ridaughtare Communion at 7:30: Sun- breaking rules will receive camping trip at Juniper Springs has been seriously] ill in the of South Miami spent the week]

About ten Keystone parents were :I Thomas Elmore celebrate her at the First Baptist Church I cay morning May 3. Sunday I demerits: according to the of- l last week. They left Friday morning Glendale Hospital at Palatka but I end with Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Sib
I .fense. Two demerits I at 7:30 and returned Sunday is reported to be All attended the
can mean improving now. ley. birthda.
present. During the evening, :Mrs. Birthday. The little girls brought in Tampa, this week, attending) School at 9:30: a. ,m.; Holy .
suspension for a month and larger Morning. Mrs. Weldon Brantley was celebration and family reunion foj
Chester Moody of Keystone: was 'i the cake, and Mrs. Elmore the Women's Missionary Union! munion and sermon also at com-I: ; I
elected treasurer for BHSPTAfor I the ice-cream. The party Convention.May ,Young People teeetat6:30: mfrtei' msnts 'of rules 'may Those taking part were Margaret shopping in Starke last Thursday Mr. Ycungblood. About 100 rela]
result in expulsion. Slade, Elaine Samson, Virginia morning. tires and friends attended.
was held in the Educational Build- 13, the Girls-Auxiliary will This year, seven ore1ght of'our;
Girl Scout News I ing. hold a Coronation Service and children are going to Camp Weed.: Members of Teen-Town Councilare Ford, Marian Base Mar- Mrs. E. S. Brantley of Grandin Guests of Mr. and Mrs. R.

Friday evening, April 17? the three of the girls will be crowned This is an important part of the I Dianne Brokas, Reba Hall raerita Float, and, Trudie Faye t.nd her mother. Mrs. Ruth Reedof Dampier Sunday were Mr and
Brownie Troop No. 229 under Morris. The
were -
Educational Building of the Com- spiritual life :of the child. :For Roberta Sibley, Dee Dee Harden- accompanied Swan Lake. spent last Thurs- Mrs. R. G. Zeigler and daughte
Queens and There
the leadership of Mrs. Joe Daurer. one a princess. I
munity Church was the settingof will be several other Maids-in- full particulars, See 'Father Bill I bergh, Susan Davis, Lane Jack-: by'Mrs. Freemont Tolles and day in Jacksonville. Mrs. Judy Hickard.
made last week for cook-
an impressive Investment Serv- plans a ,Breyfogle.The sen Nancy Sutton, Eric Red- Mrs. C. L. Bass. I Mr. and Mr:. Gerald Bayless Mrs. James A. Davis and bab4.
Waiting. The public is invited to
out dinner for their to
ice for Brownie Scout Troop No. parents attend this beautiful ceremony. Church has provided Holy fearn Rowan Thomas, Jimmy I School News and son of Perry have spent the Cindy Beth returned from Stj
be held next month.
They planned -
Fox Dwight Mitchell, Tommy The week in Grandin and Palat- Vincent's Hospital Tuesday.We .
390 of which Mrs. Thomas; El- Further notice of this service will Communion Services not only on senior and junior boys tooka past
the and selected
menu com- Thompson "Mac" Hall, and'Ye'aty tour of the Jacks n'llle'Na'a1 ka.vrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr. regret to report that MrsI
is leader. Brownies to
the 7:30
more be given at a later date. 3ch'Sunday at a. m., but on
mittees to do the shopping, -
preparation Walker Base Earle (Mom) Brown is back ill
receive pins were Dianne ligen, Holy Days, as 'welI-'this: month; Thursday.The i
I cooking, fire-building, During the month of 'April, I T
Debra Brault, Janice Bainbridge, May 1. St)Phillip arid St. James' ; Chaperones for Friday's dance. fourth fifth, and sixth I Bradford County Hospital, W
I and cleaning up. Following the there have been four new members '
Dianne Davis, Terri Christoffers, May 7, AscensfonfMay;! 20, Ember will be Mrs. Mitchell and 'Mrs. grades went to the zoo 'in Jacksonville 'hope she will soon be well again!
business meeting, Catherine Law come to our church by let- .
of conducted
Joe Hampton
Christine Law, Gina Massa, and I' Day. Take a few'minutes on eachof Sibley. last Thursday.The THERESSA Rocp
was invested as a Brownie. ters of transfer .and ten have .
: meeting
Rebecca Newham Girl Scouts of I these days to stop 'at 'your Keystone Cub Pack students took six weeks I' prayer
I joldheacf Branch for There
come baptism. were Church.
night at Hope
Troop No. 190 presented the pinsto also] numerous re-dedications during church before 'Work or taking"the All parents of boys 7 and 'a tests last week. 'Friday was a By Ruth GriffisjAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJ
State Park :Sews
the Brownies. These were Car- children to school and make your half to 10 years old who are interested holiday for the students so the I Mrs. Gertrude Packham i i-j
the revival which ended April
From Monday April 20 through
olyn Elmore, Phyllis Massa, Car- communion. in having their sons teacherscould prepare the report ; I spending sometime with he

ol Warren. Carol Stephenson, Sunday April 26 total attendance 12. LADIES join the Cub Scouts are invitedto cards. I Mr. and Mrs. J. T Land of daughter Mrs. Jack Jewell O.
I at the Park was 3,817ith Boy The Adult Concord Choirs are !.Jacksonville while Mr Jewell i
Thomson Gin- The Beta Club members
Carol Baker Joan are
The Spring 'Ingathering of the a meeting at St. Anne's Epis- Jacksonville spent t.e: weekend
and Girl Scout troops visiting for now working on the cantata, 'i
ny Campbell and Nancy O'Con- Uiiited Thanks Offering is fast copal Parish House, Tuesday, May planning to attend the conventionin with his son-in-law and daughter, a't'aon
nor. Other girls of Scout Troop some days and some for the week- "Ruth," by Gaul, which will begiven approaching. If you are thankful 5, at 7:30 p. m.Representatives. Clearwater May 1. 2. 3. Those Mr. and Mrs. T. :F. Howell. I Rev. Paul Murray of Lake Wale

Nc. 190 took part in the programby end. -b gy in September. The Chorus I in the smallest way, your of Cub Scouts planning to go are Brenda Mc- Miss Pat Ciapp of Atlanta. Ga.; conducted both services at Hop.

presenting the colors, playingthe St. Anne's Episcopal Church of consists of 30 voices and soloists. "Blue Box" will show it. end Scout executive Ed Wells of Guire, Virginia Vickers, Joy Morris visited her uncle and aunt. Mr. Church Sunday. Mrs. Murray ant

piano, serving refreshments, Keystone Heights held a picnic During the summer months, The next monthly supper will Gainesville be at the meetingto Becky Brice, Jessanna Terrell. and Mrs. R. C. Dampier. Monday.Mr. their son came with him.

and acting as ushers. These included here Wednesday.Lions cur Sunday evening services will be Wednesday night, May 20. help organize Cub Pack 305 Myrtle Ridaught, Maxine Jones and Mrs. Dan Wainwright Congratulations! are extended tt

Mary Ann Law, Jane Law, Club Sells Light Bulbs begin at 8 p. m. On Sunday eve- Sunday afternoon, at 3 o'clock, for the Keystone area. Rev. Bill Bobby Redfearn Pat Preston, cf Jacksonville visited her parents -I E.lly Dampier cn the awards pre-

Norma Valldejuli. Sylvia Dodd, Monday evening the Lions ring May 3, The Lord's Supper the E. Y. C. [Episcopal Young Breyfogle reminds parents that Beth Pierce, and Winslow Fred- Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hall J sciited him this past week m connection -

Kay Sunderland, and Linda For- Club met in wie Den, and made will be observed.Community Churchmen] met at the home 'cubbing is unique in that it includes rickson. Lou Johnson and Mrs. over the weekend. Saturday Mr. I with his activities m the

iythe. The Brownies entertainedtheir ', plans to sell light bulbs the following Church :News of Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Har en- not only the boy but his Huntley Redfearn will act as I -

parents with songs and I evening April 28. Nomina- At the close of the Worship berg for water-skiing and a picnic parents in a well rounded, whole- chaperones. That's Our Business

Terri Christoffers performed a lions for new club officers were Service on Sunday, a dedicationwas supper. A worship service 'was some program.:" S

ballet dance. presented at the; meeting.Election I II held of the furnishings in the conducted by Rev. Breyfogle at TRINITY EPISCOPAL S If It's Glass We Have Itl!

Mrs. Thomas Elmore, leader of I will be May 11, and officers will i,, pastor's study obtained with 5.30 on the Hardenbergh's l lawn. ST. ANN'S EPISCOPAL CIZURCHMELROSE CALL WRITE or VISIT
CHURCH, KEYSTONE \L IL Breyfoffle.. Minister
I Fundin About fifteen boys and girls at- .
from the Memorial
money tended. lit H. Breyforfe, Minister Sunday School 8:45: a. m.
Glass Co.
of faithful Peters
memory the service Joe
to the church of Mrs. Mar- Personals" Morning Prayer and Sermon. 11:15. Episcopal Young People ,
Bob Morgan, a student at Bolles 9:30 a. m. Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morning Prayer and Sermon
jorie Malmgren. School in Jacksonville, spent the Holy Communion each first Sunday 7:30 p. m. Holy Communion each MW ANY GLASS NEED

IMjrLE 1iI1i1 Everyone is urged to attend the weekend with his parents, 'Mr. Parish Supper each third first Sunday. \v'e Pesiini' Modern Store Front!

Family Night Fellowship Supperon and Mrs. H. L. Morgan, Jr., \rand Wednesday, 6:30 p. m. gIh Just :Mail Us A Pattern for
Friday evening May 1, at 6:30: .'r.r.rr..W'."vVV.W
oJiiW his brothers Hank and Pete. Table Tops

!riiT in the Educational Building. in It Chester [l"Bubba"l Mcody Jr., COMMUNITY CHURCH OF FLORAHOMEAND 1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville. Fla. Phone FR. 2-435.1: :
covered dish ,
will be a supper who is working as a messenger KEYSTONE HEIGHTS

charge of Mrs. S. E. Kennedy, .bey at the current session of Dr. Albert C. Holt, :Minister GRANDIN .
Mrs. R. A. Gaunt, and Mrs. W. 'the Legislature came home to Dr. James D. Pait, Organist
J. Grolick All members of the Choir Director. By DaneAAAAA'AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
spend last weekend. He fode
church and their friends are invited Services: ChurCh School V:40
,,_ from Tallahassee with Rep. and TERWILLEGAR MOTORSYO
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i t Mrs. Sam Saunders of Green Cove
Mr. and Mrs. Garrett Dinkla
The Junior Choir under the springs, and his parents met him
and children of Florahome droveto
St. W'Jliam's Catholic
able direction of Mrs. Gloria in Starke. Mrs. Cora Marshtiurn ChspelKeystonf' AUTHORIZED FORD DEALER:
Heights Miami recently to see Mrs.Pinkla's
'4 Hetheiington, is progressing nice- of Keystone Heights was also a
i mt sister, Mrs. Henry Dinkla I
if lb. They will sing for the first passenger in the Saunders' auto- Sunday Mass at 8:30
I : a. m. who was in an auto accident
time on Mother's Day, The Community mobile. On Sunday afternoon, Mr. Holyday Mass at 7:00 a. m. there. SAVE HUNDREDS OF DOLLARSON

U I Church Women are making and Mrs. Moody drove Mrs. Mar- Tuesday Mass. at 8:00 a. m.
Claude Vore and his sister, Mrs.
: their robes. Fhburn and Bubba back to Starketo Confessions before all MasSes. NEW
I I Biown and her friend, Mrs.
Junior Choir rehearsal is always meet the Saunders' for the'retnrn Baptisms, marriages and Instructions -
l left Florahome

..z':* j : : ; : : 3:30. The on at Thursday 7:30 Senior Choir afternoon will Thurs-,rehearse at-I! the Sunday dinner trip,to Mrs.guest Tallahassee.Anna of Mrs.James Ella was C. by appoitmerct.VYVVVYYVyyVyyyyyyyyyyyyy\ days Mrs.ago Ruby on Osteen a tour of sister the of State.Mrs. 1 1959 FORDS NOW I \ !

m. on
p. ill in
Opal Lily of Florahome, is
Bird and her grandson, Paul L.

:: .. . .. : days.A of the Women's Bird.David ME LROSEl..au..auu.u. the hospital at Gainesville.Mrs. .
general meeting i
_.. Few, infant son of Mr. Paul Hubner and childrenof 1959+ ENGLISH FORD
Grcup will be held on Tues- ..... Florahome Saturday in
and Mrs. William Few entered spent
day evening May 5, at 7:30 p. m. the Bradford County Hospital on [Continued from Page One] St. Augustine with Mrs. Hubner's I NEW SPECIAL PRICE I
The Executnve Board will act as
Cities ServiceHow Saturday. At this writing, reportson parents Mr. and Mrs. Calvin
hostesses to the new members.On lick. The bridge games start at Johnson.
his condition ere-favorable : ..
Mother's Day all members Mr. and Mrs. William KrePS. bl ID.-a. m. Tail come. "- Mrs. Clifford G. Miller of Flora- USED CAR SPECIALS
I The Melrose High Beta Club *
and friends of the church will
SUPEfi5.D :Fort Lee, N. J. surprised Mrs.. .I home reports that her brother
be presented with a flower to Kreps' sister. Mrs. Lewis Muir, recently -i sponsored a bake sale Saturday at I. and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs.
the Post Office. 1959 ENGLISH FORD USED
vi ear. Come .and get your posie with a visit. By a strange I George Sidney Hill of Keystone --

and hear the Junior Choir make coincidence, Mrs. Muir was in the Study Course Heights, are announcing the arrival 1958 FORD RANCH WAGON
ts debut The Training Union of the
reassuring it is to know that whatever the distanceto : post office buying a stamp to of a baby daughter: born

the next service station, you'll make it with plenty of St. William's Catholic Church mail a "Why-Dcn't You Write?" Eliam study Baptist course.Church The study is havinga course April 11th, at the Bradford County 1955 FORD FAIRLANE TUDOR V-8

5-D! New SuperS Monday evening May 4, the card to her sister when she suddenly I Hospital in Starke. The little FORDOMATIC
Cities Service Super
fuel to using began Friday. April 24 and will
Cathclip Club will hold its regu- met her face to face. The lady weighted 6 lb.-10 oz. and is
-D is the longest mileage gasolene you can buy...not lar monthly covered dish supper, Kreps visited the lluirs from Jfn. continue through Friday, May 1. named Gale Lela Hill. 1955 FORD FAIRLANE TUDOR V.8

only because of its new super octane, but also becauseit at 6 p. m., in ihe. Recreation Hall. day, April 17, to Monday, April Revival Services to be Held Austin Miller of Florahome. STANDARD TRANSMISSION

actually contains the best of every other gasolene im. These suppers, are not only fun; 20th.Mrs. Revival Services will begin Sun- who has been seriously ill in the
day, May 3, at the Eliam 1953 CHEVROLET FORDOR
'provement yet made or known! A tankful of Super 5Dis they are delicious! Some of the Ed Conneen and her son, Bap- Bradford County Hospital at'':

a tankful of confidence! Come in and try it this week.' best cooks in town are members!!Peter left by train from Waldo on tist continue Church in Melrose and will Starke, is reported to be improv- I 1953 PLYMOUTH STATION WAGON
through Wednesday,
Monday for her home in Balti-
of the Catholic Club. Every par-
ishoner and every friend of St.William's 'more, for a visit with her family. May 13. Speaker for the services ing.Mr. 1955 FORD PICKUP V-8
and Mrs O. C. Brockmanand
:Mrs. H. C. McMasterg: is visiting will be Rev. E. E. Ernest of the
is invited. Bring only
daughter Mary Ann and son
your covered dish-whatever you hEr daughter, Mrs. Joe Wright in Southside Baptist of Gainesville.I and daughter-in-law, Mr. and See These Cars TODAY

SILCOX CITIES SERVICE enjoy making most and, of course Wilson, N. C. for a ,month. Mrs. Service Cemetery will Association, begin at 7:45 To: p. m. Mrs. Richard Brockman, of i
McMasters makes her in
biing family. Silver, China,
your hassee spent the past Talla-j
703 Temple Avenue Starke, Fla coffee, cold drinks, napkins_ Keystone with her other daughter Meet Saturday Association G"randin. Bank Financing -- 36 Months To Pay
The Melrose Cemetery -
and butter etc. furnished and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
bread are Al Nelson. will hold its semi-annual. Mr. and Mrs. Weldon Brantley I
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Sunday afternoon guests of Mr. meeting at the cemetery Satur-
SERViCE Choir practice on Wednesday
evenings, at 7:30: nd Mrs. Charles Wallenius were cay, May 2. There will be a covered -

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hendry of dish picnic, wtih everyone
Sunday May 3, Is Children's TRY !
St. Petersburg, and Mrs. Emma winging something. At the meeting 4

,.llohlin and Mr. and Mrs. Edward full reports of the Associa-

Thiele of Keystone.Dan tion will be given and suggestions .

Reamer is still in a nurs- for further improvement will AND SEE WHY

ATTENTIONALL ing home in Starke. His wife, who be received. .

has also been ill, is convalescingat Executive officers are president IT'S THE FASTEST-GROWING U.S. CAR
home. Mrs. W. O. Preston; vice-presi-

Herb Nelson who was in the dent, E. E. Perry; treasurer Mrs.

hospital in Starke last week, is Helen Foster; and secretary, Mrs.
KIDDIES FROM 6 TO 60 now at home again and back to O. T. Robinson. ;

work. The Cemetery Association was INE BYSTUDEBAKERCompare I

Mr. and Mrs. James M. Nelsonof organized July 30, 1954, for the

Cincinnati. Ohio are expectedin pur-pose of maintaining and improving

FREE SHOWEACH Keystone this weekend to visit the Melrose Cemetery. .

Mr. and Mrs. Herb Nelson. The Membership dues are $5 per year, 'this wonderful new kind of car to any other, and
Nelson men are brothers. which\' includes voting privileges

Carl Wistrup, who was Herb ;ri the Association. This money youTI! know why we have the fastest rising sales curve in the industry.

SATURDAY MORNING 10:30: A.M. Nelson's room-mate at Bradford is spent only for the improvements The Lark is shorter outside yet seats six people comfortably. It r

County Hospital last week, is cf the cemetery, and a
miles and miles on little, low-
home again and is feeling much careful account is kept. costs less to buy less to operate-runs

AT THE better. Regular] semi-annual meetingsare cost regular gas.To wit: in the Mobilgas Economy Run, The Lark V-8 '

Mr. and Mrs. William Pinon e held the first Saturday in 22.28 miles gallon average.
outscored all V-8's with an astonishing per :
end Mr. and Mrs. May and October 9.
R. Cook and
FLORIDA THEATREFIRST family were among those who attended PTA Elects New Slate of Officers And of course, the "6" does better.:>-- The Lark affords the best of :1

the Annual Achievementand The Melrose PTA elected a new everything lOU need at satings you can't afford to miss. See it today

Family Fun Night of the Clay slate of officers for the '59-60

County Council of Home Demonstration school year. Elected were W. E. I

FEATURE SATURDAY, MAY 2, 10:30 A.M. Clubs at Middleburg Moore, president; Rev. M. H.

Community Center on Saturday Brtyfogle, vice-president; Howard /. v z "

evening, April 11. Morris, secretary; Murray Sip- .. ,J t 1'iL

"Down Dakota Way"A :Miss Mary Lou Gardner arrivedby prelle treasurer; and Sen. J. E. ,, .J

plane in Jacksonville, Sunday fRedl Cross, paritamentarian.These .

A fternoon, after visiting her officers will be" installed at

ROY ROGERS grandparents Mr. and Mrs. H. L. the next regular meeting. May 18.

Cotton in Charleston W. Va. fora Discussion included the revision -

week. Her father, Sam Gardner, of some of the by-laws, to

Diet her at the airportJ be voted on at the next regular
Pick Up Your FREE Tickets at the Following MerchantsSimmons' Mrs. Paul Meng and Mrs. Prances meeting discussion of the possibilities" -

Meng were. visitors* .jta. Key- of sending the! new president -
stone Heights on Friday evening to F. S. U. to it leadership

Koch Drugs Starke Hardware Co. of last week' stopping at the meeting, and the budget. It was hr65a as a T and 4-dour edzi.
Lard, and ratl.
; ap rg*
Schaeffer home to view the new voted to give $200 to the athletic

Ace Electric Service City Barber Shop est member of the SchaeUer'fam- department $100 to the teachersfor

ily. Martha Jane aged 9 weeks. use in the classrooms: $25' to

Tsrwillegar Motors Barksdale's Dept. Store Keystone TeenTownKeystone ; the scholarship fund; and the OI.co er what youTI save at YOUR STUDEBAKER: .- DEALER'S- -

Heights TeenTownwill balance of the $100' alloted the .

Shep.rd! & TV Local Finance Co..of StarkeRobbns' hold a dance in'st Anne's .PTA for expenses to teachers for 1 MOTORS"Cor.
Episcopal: Parish House Friday, use in-classrooms. 1

,May 1, from 7:30. to 1&30. p. m. Earl Cherry Murrar SippreUe,
Dept. Store Gem Jewelry
Teen-Town council his"mimeo Bud Rev. Breyfoglevohmteeted
a : Court and Jefferson Starke; Fla. Phone WO -
'. -- graphed -set of regulations under to attend the board' ateeting'/sit 4.9101
f""::I!> .'. .-.4-- ,4'. 't' _"_ I, which its activities' will be the county c"Tntnfos'onfTs: to see I'
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