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: January 30, 1958
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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I Freeholder Registration Books Close Feb. 15, 5 p.m0Depity

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Apathy On Part Of Property OwnersLess .4 -..-.. .5 .

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Vote In School Bond ElectionBradford ..

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seemed to be headed toward being decided by only] a small

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precinct workers reported strong apathy still existing among No. 1 ROBERTS Nos. 2-3 DOUGLAS CROSBY No. 4 RIVERS No. 5 HORSE No. 6 DICKINSON No. 7 MOODY No. 8 COLSON

the people] concerning the issue. "Where Is Everybody?" "Not Around lItre" "Awful Slow" "Step Right Up" "Too Few" "Ho Hum" "I'm Waiting

At the end of last week, the

I third ccmplete week that the

Queries AnsweredOn books have been open. only 481 I

i out of nearly 3,000 freeholders 2,800 Copies

Bond Issue I I I per eligible cent.had registered, about 15 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPfl'

I The registration books are expected Every Week

To answer questions that have to close at the end of next

arisen concerning the proposed week, leaving only this weekendand Official County Publication Established In 1879

School bond issue and help give next week for prospective

the public a clearer understanding 'voters in the bond election to VOLUME SEVENTY-NINE STARKE, FLORIDA. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1958 nIBEit- TIIIRTY-THKEK:

of the factors involved School sign up. -

Supt. Harmon for the Telegraph Morgan has the pre-following The School Board in a meeting Constable's Fees WithheldIn I

pared series of questions and meeting Monday decided as soon to as call the a petitions special Recreation Board Meeting Kicks Off Work

answers. asking for an election have been Uniform Car Decal Row
\\1iy I.. a bond Ksue proposed at signed by the required numberof Begins Activities

this! timeSurveys? voters. It is likely that this Toward Improving Market

of both local and State meeting will be held on Saturday, The Bradford County Commissioners -
Vandals Damage this week advised Con-
Department committees have estimated Feb. 15. Starke's' first recreation board
stable Felix Sullivan that they I
that more than $700,000 At this meeting the board will Constable's Car I, swung into operation Tuesday : Progress toward a plan for more is too much for them to handle.
will hold up his fees for traffic
would be needed in the next five set the dates for the closing of night immediately after the five effective operation of the Starke We need someone who can handle
arrests until he complies with a
years to repair present facilities the registration books and for the Constable Felix Sullivan members were approved by the Farmers Market was made at a anything from a hundred pack-
request that he mark his car and
and provide wear a uniform while making
$200,000 will be available from I! have indicated that the books that someone poured sugar arrests. Attorney A. J. Thomas Jr. courthouse here last Friday night.I! The buyer side of the picturewas

state sources for new classrooms.The will be closed as soon as the petitions into the gas tank of his car Named tQ the board are Joe Upshot of this first meeting was presented by Morris Carter

repairs for old buildings, facilities -I are completed and a resolution while it was parked on a lot Sullivan, who has just resumedlaw Gray, Humphreys Gold employee; the appointment of a committeeof who said that the market here

such as libraries, calling for the election on south Walnut street Sat- enforcement activities, billed James Bloodworth, Florida parole growers, buyers, and businessmen cannot succeed without inspection

iums and science aUditor-I drawn. urday. the Commissioners for $31.15 as officer; X. M. Smith, SAL depot who will meet in the court- and a better pack of produce. He
his fees for two arrests he made
cannot be provided Deputy supervisors in the agent; Bill Tilley, service station house again this Friday night, said that he left the Starke mar
funds are raised locally. are unanimous in reportinga during,. ..the last of-January. ,Sul-. operator; and Mrs. W. J. Epperson Feb. 7, to "get down to brass ket last season and went to Plant
livan lives in Theressa and is
The graduates of Bradford slack registration business.In Pair Reports authorized assistant in the county schoolsuperintendent's MORGAN STARLING"Too tacks" on a plan of future opera- City because he could get a bet-
to make arrests in the
tion of the market. time
office.At Much or Too Little" ter pack of strawberries there.
County High School are no longer a precinct by precinct report 8th District, which is composedof set at-7:30 o'clock.
was :
returning to the farm. A ma- on the first three weeks the Brooker New River. Graham an organizational meeting, "Until you get an inspector you

jority of them are leaving for college activity: Shotgun ThreatA Hampton and Theressa Gray was chosen as chairman and Light Term Seen Main purpose of last Friday's won't have a market." Carter said.

or for jobs in business or in- George W. Roberts in Precinct areas. Bloodworth as secretary. The meeting was to clear the air by L. H. Lewis, director and Ralph
ordinance creating the board allowing all persons making use B. Alvarez, assistant
pro- director of
dustry. If our schools are to provide 1 I Lawtey)1. said that only 43 The Commissioners! objected toSullivan's For County Court I
a program that will equip freeholders had registered. girl and boy parked in a car manneof dress and vided that the terms of the original I of the market facilities, either to State Markets listened attentively

these people to meet the on a lonely road near Heilbronn use of an unmarked car on the members be arranged so that I I I buy_ or sell, to state their views of I while both sides aired their views..
young In the north and south Starke Springs were accosted by a pairof one member will go out of office The winter term of County I IJudge's what was wrong with the operation Alvarez then assured growers
demands of this age of science and grounds that it gives motorists a
precincts, which contains the Court is scheduled to open and make suggestions for if
youths and held at gunpoint annually.By that they would use the Starke
additional facilities poor impression of the county.
rapid change. bulk of the vcters, 364 people have Monday, but since the docket is improvement.
while the market as an assembly point for
be Children are youths threatened to They said he usually wears boots, drawing numbers out of a
must provided.
signed up. Mrs. Florence Douglas, abduct the to the extremely light it is possible that Growers maintained that the their prouce "we will have some
forced girl, according a cowboy hat and a shirt out at hat it was determined that Gray'sterm !
cheated when they are -
being on duty at a special table in the
all of the will
to attend schools that are story told the sheriff's office by the waist while on law enforce- will be for five years, Blood- I cases be postponeduntil Starke operation was a "buyers one there to buy it." He said it,
courthouse hall to handle the the couple. ment duty. worth's for four, Smith's for I the next term. market" rather, than a "farmers would be no problem to sell 1,000

overcrowded and ill equipped. registrations, says she has been Deputy Sheriff Russell Redding three, Tilley's for two and Mrs.Epperson's County Judge T. A. Yawn said market." acres of corn from Starke, since
Where would bond money be far from rushed during the first People arrested under such conditions Wednesday that he had not madea I Bradford
County has
corn a reputation -
said the young pair woke him at are not sure whether the for one. I We need a manager there to
spent three weeks. about 4 a. m. Sunday to report person stopping them is a bona Terms of all future memberswill review of the cases to determineif I tell us what to grow, when to j. of being sweet and tender

Local bond monies would be Mrs. Ollie Rivers in charge of the incident. fide law enforcement: officer or an be for five years. there were enough to warrant If grow it, and where to sell it," one!i. and is in demand on the mar-
used primarily upon projects for Precinct 3 (Graham so far has I They said the boys had forced imposter, they contended. The ordinance providing for the conducting a session. grower declared. ket."It .
which State funds would not be registered cnly six freeholders. I them to walk through the woods Sullivan told the Telegraph creation of the recreation board there are only a few minor cases, Another charged that: ."We will take team work," Mr.

available. The following projectshave Sixteen have registered in Precinct for several hundred yards to the Tuesday that he intends to con- was passed last month by the the judge said, the expense Involved take our stuff to the market and Lewis said, "So let's team up and. -

the School 5 ,( Council, The Board is given the in impaneling-a jury and the buyers'saY"they11 the not act like the two jackasses who !
been give
proposed by Hampton],' according to point where the boys!-car' was tinue making arrests.and will\ appear other costs would not make hold- us
Board: 'V Mrs:Pearl Home. parked,, Two: .other youths were before the Commission at its! authority' to "provide, 'conduct, "market price" for It, but we can't starved to death by pulling in ..
ing a trial worthwhile.
Repairs, equIpments, etc. for According to the Theressa registration waiting at'the vehicle they said. next meeting to challenge their and supervise'pUblic playgrounds, pin them down on a firm figure. (Continued on Page Six)

freeholder When to the the action. "" athletic fields, recreation centers, What is the market price? The
Brooker Junior High School, $20- interest in they got car :
000. that section is almost nil. Mrs. boys threw the shotgun on the "Why'should I mark my car and other recreation facilities and Fire Destroys farmer doesn't know and can't Blindfold Drive

etc. for Delaney Dickinson, precinct supervisor girl's boy friend and said they when the law doesn't require it?" activities ." find out. I think it's the duty of

Repairs, equipment, reported that only four were going to take the girl with he asked. He said the attorney To do this the board,can "adopt the market manager to know at I Will Prelude
Hampton Elementary School, $20- rules and regulations for: House In RenoA all times what the market
had registered. them. The boy could pick the girl general had sent him a letter givIng by-laws price

000.New Though activity is a little bet- up in Starke later, they were reported the opinion that a constable's the conduct of public recreationfor I is and'keep the growers informed. Hypnotist Show
cafeteria, classrooms, repairs the city, subject to the approval ."
ter in the New River precinct to have told him. i automobile does not have to be fire which was nearly
Junior High, of the Mayor and City Other pertinent comments by
etc. Lawtey I No. 71 percentage wise than in. Under persuasion from one of ,marked. brought under control at one 'V -

$70,000. the others Mrs. Eunice Moody, the boys in the car however, this The latter states that there is Council. point in the battle, destroyed a growers: -:. _

Lawtey colored school cafetor- in charge of the signup. reports plan was abandoned and the "nothing illegal or unlawful" At the organizational' meetingthe house in Reno last night. Harold Norman: "We need a
members decided to send for market who knows when
lum. 30000. that she is still not overworked.Mrs. couple released with the warningnot about a constable using an unmarked I The house was occupied by manager
materials on recreation ideas before the produce will be ready and
Starke Elementary School library Moody reported 25 registra- to report it to the law. car and not wearing a I Sara Griffin, a Negro woman,
launching a program. have the buyers there when it
$20.000.Bradford tions. Redding said neither the girl uniform. and owned by Mrs. D. E. Knight. "
hits the platform.
Sullivan also contended that
nor boy harmed. Firemen reporte4 that after
Precinct 8 had was
Brooker only
High School auditorium 23 registrants at the end of last with two red lights on the frontof Polio Fund Dance pouring water on the blaze when J. R. Wainwright: "We need
130000. his it is marked better than closer cooperation between grow-
car they first arrived they saw pros-
week R. A.
Colson reported.Mrs. .
Starke New Elementary House DestroyedBy the sheriff's car. "I was elected by Saturday night will be March of pects of winning the battle, but ers, buyers, and the manager. I
Marion Crosby, supervisorof dance time with the benefit have been both and a
Dimes a grower
School at new site, $110,000. the people the same as he was, the supply of water in the pumperwas
registration, reminded freeholders Fire Saturday Sullivan said. festivities getting underwayat buyer and I can see both sides."
Starke RJE High School for soon exhausted and the
I -that 50 per cent plus one I Lun Starling "We would like
9 at the USO building.Mrs. :
Negroes classrooms, $50,000. If his talk with the Commissionat p.m. flames built up gain when the
of those registered must vote to Smith, dance. for someone to tell us what to
its next meeting fails to induce Virginia
Total, $450,000. make the election valid. A Negro's house on Grand street truck was gone for more water. j
And a behind the American Legion the Board to release his fees, Sul- chairman, said everything time, The nearest hydrant was several grow that we could sell. _
low would this money be repaid majority of those voting will decide perty burned to the ground Sat-pro- livan indicated he would take the money and talent for the dance blocks away. Ned Coleman: "We can grow 41. .
? the issue.
the stuff, but what good is thatif
matter to court. has been contributed, which will
urday night. Fire Chief D. W. Fire Chief D. W. Carpenter said _
Bonds would be paid off in 20 Thus, the fewer that are regis- Carpenter said it was engulfed by The constable indicated that he mean that the entire proceeds will the flames started from a faulty we can't sell it when it's ready? _
installments with funds tered, the smaller number it will Most of our buyers at the present _
yearly flames when the department ar would have no objections to having go to the polio fund. wood stove. _
locll millage'levy or take to carry the election, she time are part-time farmers. We _
provided by rived. an insignia on his car and It was announced that the grand ..
from race track funds. wear a uniform if the equipmentwas need better representation a : _
said.Petitions prize will be a magnificent grill -- .__
Carpenter said the frame building WOODS FIRESThe _
must be signed by at furnished by the Commis- manager who can let the people
How mum miiiage would be required complete with motor and all equip-
least 25 cent of the registered' was occupied by two men at sioners and the Sheriff takes the know what to grow and when and
to retire these bonds? per ment. Admission is $3 a couple.
II the time of the fire and is believed Florida Forest Service I
how sell it.
freeholders requesting the elec- same steps. to A blindfold drive down Call
About 5 mills would pay all
to have been owned by a Cora headquarters in County
costs. However. board plans to tion before it can be held. These' : Several months ago the Com informationon E. L. Crawford: "We don't have Street in busy noontime traffic
Johnson. Opens Shop HereMr. reports the following
use race track monies to reduce petitions, based on the old free- ,mission requested Sullivan and enough volume of produce grown will be an exciting prelude to Dr
holder list, are now in circulation. The fire department was called the sheriff to mark automobilesused woods fires fought and sup- around here now to support a Morton Greene's
as much as possible. I and Mrs. Don Fisk form- appearance
about 10:30: p. m. and attendedthe their offices. The sheriff pressed in the county during good market."
by Marvels here
Hypnotic next Tues
Who would pay this millage? blaze for about an hour. complied by having insignia erly of Daytona Beach have opened past seven day period: Maiklee Starling: "We need

All persons who own propertynot THE NAME Cause of the fire was not positively painted on cars used by his depu- the Mostly New Shop at 133S. Number of fires 8. some new buying power. With the day.Sponsored by the Starke Lions

exempt under the Homesteadact. SAYS SO determined, though it is believ- Walnut St. and are offering a Acres burned 43. small buyers we have at the mar-
ties and outfitting the deputies in Club, for the benefit of their sight
ed to have started from a fire- uniform. Sullivan took no action, varied ne of merchandise. Number of fires since Jan. 1 ket now, we never have the conservation Dr. Greene
Would' tax be levied on homesteads One of the School Board Since arriving in Starke, Mr. this program.
place.. however. year 35. volume to suit them. If we havea will drive a car down Call Streetat
? members said that and Mrs. Fisk are residing in the Acres burned since Jan. 1 this I I
Monday Other fire calls answered by the The Commissioners concede few packages, it isn't enough, 12:30 p. m. Tuesday, while
No, homes are exempt up to some people are confused fire department during. the last that they have no direct author- Hartman Apartments.game. year 267. and if we have a lot they say it blindfolded. His evening performance -

$5000 of assessed valuation. about whether or not homeowners few days included: ity to force Sullivan to comply will be in the USO at 8 p m.

How much would a 5 mill levy under homestead exemption A house at 833 Brownlee street with their request.Sunland Competes Friday At Green Cove The demonstraticn of blindfold

raise taxes are freeholders. occupied by a Negro family Friday
driving is free to the public and
Taxes would be increased $5.: for I l "Certainly, they are" night. Carpenter said that a Waiting List will be held under the supervision

each one thousand dollars of non- School Supt. Harmon Morgan stove exploded and caught the :oi the police department:

exempt assessed valuation. assured. room on fire but the flames were Survey Held HereA BHS Favored In TourneyBradford's "Hypnosis can be fun, and I

Who can vote hi this bond Then II. A. Lawson de- extinguished by the time the fire special survey to determine make it my business to prove it..'

election? dared: "1 feel like they are truck arrived. says Dr. Greene who received his

All property owners who register sure enough freeholders if A grass fire on north Temple which mentally retarded childrenon A squad basketballfive lation game and the two winners Against P. K. Yonge the locals PhD from St. Andrews University
Sunland Center list
or have registered since Jan. they" own property and don't avenue Friday afternoon was tinder should be admitted Training in the near enters the Keystone Confer- meet in the championship game couldn't ring the basket. They College in England. For the past

11, 19:>8. pay taxes." control when the firemen ar future is under way in Bradfordand ence tourney starting tonight at at 8:15: p. m. had plenty of good shots but were several years he has been one of

rived. Green Cove Springs rated as the P. K. Yonge is the surprise "off." the most famous exponents of

I High School Mulls Dropping Baseball The department worked for a- project surrounding worker for counties.the Bradfordarea The number one team but drew a team of the conference and loomsas Gene Sadler was high point hypnotism in the entertainmentfield.

bout 30 minutes Saturday after- first round bye and will not haveto a strong contender. They have man for the winners with 19 .
is Mrs. Marvin L. Wass, a
,The forthcoming baseball season I will go in the red about $300 this noon before bringing a grass- fire social worker resuming her play until Friday night at 7. thumped the Tornadoes twice to points. Kirkland and McGee In his USO performance, Dr.

for which preparations are : year. on the Old Lawtey road under fessional career for the pro- Illness continues plague' the give them their two defeats. could only rack up 9 points each Greene will demonstrate such

now getting underway, may be the : control. survey. squad and Coach Jim Hobbs Last Friday night the Tornadoes for Bradford's top scores. astounding feats as pain-control,
Board left decision the of'
The on The is effort
project a joint
last for sometime at Bradford The fire truck also went out hasn't been able to start his first soundly whipped Bolles. 69- '. The junior varsity boys with and post-hypnotic suggestion. The

High School, according to reportson problem up to High School Principal Sunday evening to check on a the Florida Children's Commissionand five boys in but one game since 57.'but lost Tuesday night to PKYin Kickie Dixon in the line-up best- show will deal with all phases of
Beecher W. Payne. the Division of Child Train-
the situation by Head Coach grass fire near the railroad tracks Christmas. Gainesville 50-35. ed P. K. Yonge 32-24. Dixon got hypnotism, and will be climaxed
Lennard Register and school of- "We have decided to continue near the Johns' Motor Court. ing Schools. The need for it arose First round play will start to- In the Bolles game Bill Tyro 15 points for high scorer. Woody with a demonstration called cata

ficials. baseball this year," the principalsaid. when a 500-bed addition to the night [Thursday when Santa Fe the Jax team's star kept his Strickland racked up 8 points lepsy.

"If a.sport is to be discon- Weather StationAn Gainesville facility was authorized meets Femandina and P. K. squad within striking distance of ank Mike Reddish, 7. In addition to his amazing featsof
Register told the School Board
tinued, it should be announced at I I although more than 800 childrenare Yonge tangles with Green Cove. the locals until the fourth period Next Tuesday night following hypnotism. Dr. Greene's clever
Monday that the springtime sportis
the first of the year instead of in official weather observation on the waiting list. The ad- Friday night Bradford will meet when the Tornadoes put on a I the Keystone tourney, the A andB wit contributes to audience en-

a financial burden to theschool's the middle." station has been set up at the dition will be completed in from the winner of the Santa Fe-Fer- burst of scoring power: and pulled squads will travel to Fernandina joyment, even when he gets every-

sports program.Baseball Payne_ said that the future of Starke power plant with daily four to six months. nandina match at 7 and Bolles .away. for return games. body into the act by a thrilling
costs between $300 and $400 a
readings under the supervision of Officials felt that admission seeded No.2, will take on the Tym personally accounted for The Bradford girls Tuesday demonstration of relaxation, using
and very few spectators at- baseball at BHS depends on the I _: ._,_ .__ ._ ,____ ___
year Aft 'L
Power Supt. Riley Wasdin. should be made on the basis of I winner of the PK- Green Cove 33 points iou nis team willie treason night defeated the Ocala girls bya almost the entire audience.
tend games to help pay these expenses type of financial arrangement The equipment for recording actual need rather than priorityby Kirkland scored 20. Curtis score of 43-21. The girls' team Advance sale tickets may be

Register said. He pre- which can be worked out this temperature and rainfall was put reason of'length of time on Saturday night the Friday McGee 16 Charles Noegel 15. and will play at Lake City Tuesday obtained from any member of the

dicted that the baseball .program :year. ----. .-- into operation on Feb. 1. the waiting list. ,_ night losers will play in a conso-I Jimmy Hobbs 12 for Bradford. night. ,._ Lions Club.I'Dle .. ---

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A 'Los sort From The Mule Sam McGarvry" t t

plants have a pretty good crop of

small berries now, but"'hr added"I r ?

don't care about what's on the
i iI bushes now. What I hope for is '. 1T9E 1i I

I that 'they'will come In'with big

i crcp'at the right time, flOW ONLY i
When he said that, other grow- !
ers nodded. They said'' what they 'Q ;3 S"t y,a p
Weil, that was quite a meeting need'is a""big one- that will'helppull ,- p. GC afTEO

held last Friday night at' the them'out of the hole they've BAG NOW ONLY

courthouse on the State Market.: been in with berries'' for the.past This special coffee sale is the greatest! 'ognf.o .

A lot of criticism'were made' of several 'years. 6 f off fit lB,
Imagine. a pound on quality- Era,
the operation of the market [and h f'dEtort BAG ._
famous Bokar Coffee! it tcs
Enjoy now at
t Eoind# were left unsaid] and as a One of the berry growers does
result Director L. H. Lewis and not like the new Dixieland variety. the lowest price since 1953! You make

AssisTanl Ralph) Alvarrf nor HTsaiait has Inebig bush'; but an extra-bi;.saving,of. 20 on the 3-lb. J

know part' of the farmer's side of that the berries are small round bag! Sale for a I limited time only! (
the story. and knotty, and compared them RICH AND FUL1 JODIED

with the results obtained lately ,_. ., ,' __ 1

One of the reasons given by the with virus-troubled Missionary 1. BAG

market bles was'officials the for lack the of past enough trou- plants. flnolhef) Specia} r \ J) Red Circle BAG 77c S 2

volume to attract enough buyers. He's a booster for the 90's."I

But one grower said a mouthful wouldn't trade one bed of 90's fora
when he replied: "If we bring a whole acre of Missionary Red Delicious Extra Large

big load there they say it is too plants," he said. When reminded I .

big, and if we take a small amount there still are a lot of berry grow

they say it Is too little. ers who like the Missionary, and
that the 90 has its faults, toot he
And so it appears that the lack was unconvinced. "Ill take. the.",90
A bit of homely philosophy was injected into of enough volume is not by any every time," he said. ,r I Apples

the Farmers Market meeting in the courthousehere means the sole trouble. From t

last Friday night when L. H. Lewis, state what we have heard, many grow- Cold and windy this week and

market{ director, advised growers and buyers not ers feel it is a lack of confidencein the cattlemen are going financially '
the market plus the fact thatin
to act like the two well-known "jackasses" that crazy trying to keep up their
the last few there the
years ,
starved1' to death' in'the cows and'still not spend their last
midst of
plenty simply place has been run'without a

because they wouldn't pull together. full-time market manager. dime for'feed.S. 2J'LBS 25c
.a j

Everyone knows the little story, and there is But the faults of one side or the If you see any cases of screw- '

no more apt illustration to describe the situa- other are useful only Insofar as worm on your stock, please reportit i D'Anjou

tion'that has brought the Starke Farmers Market they point the way to correct the to. County Agent George are Hug-
The who directing
gins. people
to its present status of being "the low ebb" situation. What happened five ,or eradication

in the state's system. Certainly, the market ten years ago is as dead as last the gram screwworm have'asked that all cases pro at Jane Parker REG. 49c NOW PEA E R S

here would not have deteriorated as it has if year's corn field. The new committee this tune be reported to,them, so
with lot stronger farmer .
growers and' buyers like the two\ proverbial a that they can better direct the
representation, be able to get
ntul s, had realized the futility pulling'against attack on the pest.
the market off to a fresh start .
each' other and had "teamed up." back it up 100 per cent, and pre- 'Lemon Pies 39C 2. Ibs 2Sc
vent or at least minimize the Just think of all the trouble,
As l long as a grower says, "It's all the fault of abuses of the past. We hope .so, time, expense and loss of valuable

the buyer," or as long as'a buyer \says, "It's' all because it is the selling end whichis stock that is caused by the screw-

the fault of the grower," there is little hoga a to the bottleneck for produce to worm, and we're sure that you
evolve workable plan. will do your part by reporting Infestations
any this county.
now to George Huggins. Firm Y e II ORANGES or
There were indications at last Friday's meet .
It's as one grower said: "I can
ing; however, that each group might at last be raise it, but my trouble is sellingIt Alice had a good time at the

willing-to assume responsibility for its own mistakes and I look to the market to County Council meeting of the GRAPEFRUIT
and for what I raise so Home' Demonstration Clubs held Bananas
,; now make a genuine effort toward line up buyers

pulling together. If so, there is still some hope that I can"concentrate on growingthe Brooker at' the last Community week. She House said the at

for the market here. If not, it will be the same stuff. t food was delicious, and that bag 39c

old; story of starving to death in the midst of Speaking of berries, it looks everyone raved over the pie made

plenty. Which shall it be? like the crop is about five weeks by Mrs. Caldwell of the State

r off..Ned Coleman said that his Farm. c .

Are 100 MPH Chases NOTICE. TO DEFEND' tiff. vaJIMMY :
!. Circuit Court, Bradford uuBljr N. TOMPKINS. Defendant.Case LOS
Florid:' In Chaserry.Dlamle PITBLlCATlOtf No 12-477 2 A&P Tub Style
Lee SthUxk. Plaintiff vs. ORDER OF
Worth The Risk? Herman Sihkxk. Defendant, NOTICE TO APPEAR
Case No. 12-591:! State Of Florida To:
Jimmy N. Tompkins whore residence -
>tire To Appear:
In recent weeks Schlock whose residence fa Charlotte North Carolina .
several episodes have been To: Herman 511 Meta and whose address is Rt. 1 Box 816,
address l 1M
reported in which law enforcement-officersin the-ri Strettr and Anderam.. South; Carolina. Charlotte, North Carolina, ,
You are required to aprtar on
city and county have driven at speeds of 100 YOu are hereby care notified custody that and a March 3. 195ft. in the above ,named I
suit for
mph'or' more while' giving chase to I traffic of- has control been of filed minor against child you in the seeks Court divorce and cause, care, wherein custody and'plaintiff con- DAILY JANE PARKER STRAWBERRylh) 65c ;
fenders.In above named Court and cause and trol of minor child.
Of Bradford County Telegraph: shall
required to serve a copy
you are publish this Order in next four weekly -
one of these incidents, a Florida Highway your answer or Plaintiff's pleading to the com- Issues.

Patrol car, while in pursuit of a speeding vehicle plaint Attorney on the J. Donald Gibson. 100 Witness mv hand and official seal '
at tarke Florida this 23 January
: Jacksonville 2, Flor- REG
crashed into the rear of a truck. Fortunately ida. 19H! :Iies 49C
office of (OFFICIAL SEAL size 75c
file the original In the giant
there fatalities but and saidCourt ,
were no the incident the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or diaries A. Darby'As Clerk of

emphasizes the danger that these chases entail. before 24 day the of: February. 1958: By Marian T* Crosby. Deputy Clerk. 59C
,Not only are the pursued and pursuer- placed in otherwise the allegations of said complaint 204 Charles Guaranty R. How Life Building

extremely hazardous positions; but the lives of you. Kill be taken as confessed. by Jacksonville 2, Fla. F AB, giant size 77c

everyone else on the road,. motorist and pedes Thig week notice for shall four be con publlhcacti !'('(' tie. weeks once Attorney For Plaintiff. 1130! 4t 2120WHEN

trians alike, are also endangered. In the Bradford County Telegraph. Cleanser Large Size
Dated thii 17 day of January. 1958.
Which is more important the fullest enforcement (OFFICIAL Charles A.SEAL Darby) Ann Page 12 Ounce Jar A.JAX,2 for 35c

of the law, or the safety 'of the'innocent Clerk of the Circuit: Court Clerk. '

traveling public? By Marian L. -Crosby. Deputy 113 U ZI13 YOU BLACKBERRY ELY OR JAM ? Northern

Actually]] the question presents a paradox, for NOTICE TO Bradford APPEAR County, J tar TISSUE, 3 rolls ., 25c
Circuit Court.
if the habitual traffic offender is allowed to continue IB Florida: !. Chum-try.:

his way unchecked by enforcement, the Olivia Hermine B..Holme Balzano. Plaintiff formerly, vs. 1 Regular Bars
highways would be extremely unsafe. But when Olivia Bourne Sadd. formerly A&P FrozenBROCCOLI
Olivia Bourne Childers. Defendant. NEED ZEST, 2 for .. 27c
such enforcement makes it necessary to add a Case Mo. 12-470

100 mph chase to the already existing highway Notire To; Olivia To Appear B. Balzano: formerly '

perils, the worth of such risks becomes doubtful.On Olivia Bourne Bourne Childere.Sadd whose formerly residenceis Olivia SPEARS 2 'pkgs 33c* Detergent

rlo Mr. James Balzano. 17 VEL, 12 oz can 39c
the other hand, it might be argued that if Suffolk Street Charleston Heights.
S. C. and whose addre is clo Fur- TO
the violator isn't caught and made to for
answer man & Jenkins. Attorneys 208 Cher- (Cashmere Bath Bars
his offenses he will go on committing them; a ry Avenue North Charleston S. C. Jane Parker Delicious Iced
You re' hereby notified that a 20- OZ. CAKE BOUQUET
2 bars 27c
circumstance that; in the long run might endanger suit for Bill' In Nature of Bill of Re- -

more lives than would the chase. Mew has, been filed against you in the

Another thought, expressed.recently by Capt.C. you above are named required Court to and serve cause copy and of BB.RROWMONEY SPANISH BAR reg. priced at 39c 2-9c Detergent Giant Size

W. Hancock of the Florida Highway Patrol, is your answer or pleading to the complaint VEL LIQUID 1VoLNo.4 69c

that when an officer is chasing vehicle, he Attorney on the Gerald-B.Plaintiffii. Hart. 301 Smith

doesn't know how serious a menace to society Building.! Jacksonville\ 2, Florida
office of
and file the original in the
the offender may be. If the driver tries to outrun the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or

a police car, it indicates that he1 may be des before 24. day the of February. US8: I FUNK a'WAGNALliS How on Sale!
perate. otherwise the allegations of said
Complaint. will be taken as confessed UNIVERSAL Still Time to Start 1'ourSet! 1
Capture of such a vehicle may turn up any- notice! shall be published ENCY"LOPEDIA
once earn week for four consecutive STANDARD A&P Super Mar.
thing from a frightened youngster to a drunk Tele- SEE US
driver weeks in' the Bradford. -- VOL1 '- ,- kets began this thrilling
or murderer. The captain cited several '
Dated this 17 day of January.. "
instances in which major crimes have been detected I95t on'w r ?W GOOD-WILL Offer

by police cars chasing a traffic violator. (OFFICIAL Charles A.SEAL DarbY) ;> AilIS.neyelep.dia hem.f..lt y.a de not Is a alr trasae ady hay.that a belongs Ea. is .very 3 weeks ago.! The
Clerk of the Circuit Court < acyclopodia'in your hams f br a'u'inoanrTako
t has been
But in this modern By Marian U Crosby" D Clerk. Loans to ta adrafltaeoof our60OP-WtU.Or-FEK.,, response ter.
day, with police car radios nuty4:! II1SIn up acquiri a .agnfic nt s.t..at shift! Tens of thousands
a karga a..a.w.asy -
and other gadgets doubt that 1ptlrCkttee f
many mph
r..rt. Bradford Co.Bty, 8ooK A WEEK
Circuit of
tx it.50orluore ,, customers
We feel that yu
are necessary. many of the AOTirR TO APPEAR Js Now Oa Sala
fast Florlda'I. rhmeerr.Hngan have purchased Volume !
pursuits initiated
are because an officer,.may Smith. Jr Plaintiff VS. tar
feel that: a violator trying to escape presents him Flora Wallace Smith. Defendant.Case $600 oafy No. I for only 25c

with a personal challenge which he has to meet, XoHre To _tppeurtTo No. 12-46S y .ac r a' .and Volume Nos.2 & 3

when actually the culprit could be caught more : Flora Wallace Smith, whose ', wlhanyplirchaa. t" for only 99c each, and
residence! and address I 1M: Unknown. .
easily and' safely if the officer would radio"for You 'are hereby notified that a rt have started building
assistance from other units. suit for Divorce > '.
has been filed against you In the 't w i their sets of this won
named Court and cauSe and
We urge the law enforcement officers to con- you are required to servea copy of ,. Folks Find Us Friendly" 1 r derful encyclopedia! 1

tinue to enforce the highway laws to the fullest, complaint your answer on or the pleading Plaintiffs to the, 4 a "' ; r Don't miss this wonder

but we believe that this' should be'done with the Attorney T. Frank Landrum, P. 0. ful opportunity! Vole
Box 546. Starke Florida LOCAL FINANCE a. Each book x
utmost'caution and concern for the lives of the and file the orignial in the officeof Is ? t No. 1 is STILL ON
:'Innocent-! 'with the Clerk of the Circuit Courton FULL Library size! ume
; mph chases,
necessary only on'rare or before the 8' r SALE! You start
4uacheslughaedSV can
occasions.ftfE'RADFbrib. 17 day of February, 1>38; inchesw'foe,
otherwise the allegations of said COMPANY and contains over 375 double-col umned ',building your set right I
Complaint will be taken as confessed Rages
9,446 PAGE-5
by you. 850 0 WORDS-30'000 SUBJECTS_ T now!
This notice shall be published TRA 10 -
COUNTY fELEGRAPHCST. each week for four consecutive -

;- weeks,In the Bradford County Telegraph 114 N. Walnut St. .

tS78 Dated this 15 day of Jan. 1958.. ..
rtbhlDA'. OLOMT' .raw n.r.a.r..rr .ume ore
'e I;APta PUBLISH.. totht caMINOII..t Charles A.: Darby ((3 Doors from Post Office) Prices in this ad effective 412
Call Street I
t1Jo1 .. iliMCt4AffArild.MdLi4rICa Clerk of the Circuit Court. J f ore* ,
I By'lrgl la F. Darby. Deputy Clerk
; 1/17 it %/7 1 Phones 580 and 581 through Sat., Feb. 8. Starke Florida"AG I
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I r Auditor's Report -- City of Starke, Fla., Fiscal Year, October-l 1,1956 1 September 30, 1957 I



bilaries and Wages:

Certified Public Accountants Department.- City Council 3360.00 New Truck 1,481.08

\ Schedule B-2 (al ,. 13020.53 Board of Bond'Trustees 720.00City New Truck Body 581.40
1628 San Marco Blvd. .'
Payments on Truck Note 514.00
Police Department, _
Clerk's Office: ..
Jacksonville 7. Florida Schedule B-2 [tbl 35,304.72. City Clerk '. 1320.00 Total Non-Budgetsry -
Street and Garbage = Clerical 3,282.58 Disbursements 16438.17
October 30, 1957 [ Total Authorized
Department .
Total City Clerk'sOffice .
,<,'<.', Schedule B-2 [cl 50,97122 ,};" 4,602.58 Disbursements : 278,188.73Less

To the: Administrative Office Total Salaries and : '

'' And General Payroll Deductions 4985.81
Honorable City Council and Mayor, .-. Wages 8,682.58
< Schedule B-2 (dJ 51,979.52TOTALS Utilities 1.085.68 Less: Payments <4913.85<

City of Starke; Legal and Recording 909.25 Unremitted Payroll
$151,275.99 Deductions 71.93
Starke. Florida. Building Inspector 588.00

Office Supplies and Printing 1778.26
TOTAL TO EXHIBIT "B" $278,116.77
Insurance -' General 9,376.49
Gentlemen: Schedule B-4
NON-BUDGETARY DISBURSEMENTS: Insurance Hospitalization 800.45

1 In accordance with your request we have made an Miscellaneous ; 4026.24

examination of the accounts and records of the City of Starke. Payroll Taxes
Florida for the fiscal year which ended September 30. 1957. Inns raid lor Light and Accounting. 1,000.00Payroll STREET AND GARBAGE DEPARTMENT

and are accordingly pleased to submit the accompanying exhibits Water Fund 1401.96 Deductions Receivedin

and schedules which are listed in the index which im- Refund of Real Property. Cash T 849.60 Salaries and Wages:

mediately precedes this letter of transmittal. Taxes 105.27 Election Inspectors / 280.00 Garbage Department 10.859.78

Subject to the comments which follow this letter and Less: Discount ..5 \ Donations / 5,85925 Trash Department 8115.89

which are incorporated in and are an integral part of this report y;; 104.81 Note Payments 9000.00 Street Department
Purchase of Dump Site 5,000.00Park Interest 312.75 Superintendent 4,508.80
in 'our opinion the accompanying exhibits and schedules -
.. Street Department '
fairly reflect the financial status of the City of Starke Florida Landscaping < 140.00 Miscellaneous Contingencies "" .

I for the fiscal year which ended on September 30. 1957. and the Trafoteria Violation Boxes 146.71 Typewriter 255.00 Employees 15,874.72

results of its operation for the fiscal year which ended on the Street Department Equipment 882.50 Bond Refunds .. 1,152.52: Total Salaries .
aforementioned date. Purchase of Adding Machine 183.50 Purchase of Parking Meters 432.95 and Wages 39,359.19
I Repairs to City Hall I, 235.00 Payment of Lot 2575.00 UtilitiesEquipment .. 215.34

i The City officials and employees were most helpful Air Conditioners for City Hall ., ..' 600.00 Preparation of Tax Roll 1057.77 Maintenance

during the course of our audit engagement and we wish to Transfer to Police Retirement :r.."', Transfer to Police Benefit and Repairs 6301.28

express our sincere appreciation for their cooperation. Fund 34.00 Fund 110.60 Materials Asphalt Cement
and Pipe
Total Non-Budgetary
Respectfully Disbursements ; 9,198.48 TOTALS TO SCHEDULE B-2 $51,979.52 Tools and Supplies 883.28

Dandelake Conher & Company Total Authorized Disbursements : 260,474.47 Schedule B-2 [D] Equipment Rental 60.50
Drag-Line Payments and
Less: Payroll Deductions ) 10,588.52
Certified Public Accountants Interest
Less Payments 1,658.93
UnVemitted S
Payroll Deductions
; 75.77

TOTAL TO EXHIBIT "B"Schedule $160,398.70GENERAL Salaries and Wages: TO SCHEDULE B-3 50971.22
Superintendent B-2 (c]

B-2 Including! Overtime] I 4804.26

General: Four Engineers .

Deviations from accepted municipal accounting pro- Meter Reader and ..;.. .
cedures have been made necessary due to the inadequacy of CITY FUND STATEMENT OF CASH DISBURSEMENTS Repairman 3,022.30

some of the accounting records. However close adherence to Lineman .. 9.848.58
such principles has been maintained where practical Furthermore FIRE DEPARTMENT 8 Outside Crew 8491.49 INCOME:

this report has been prepared with the aim in view thatit Clerical 5.211,88 Electric: Current 236091.74

may be readily understood by all, requiring no technical Salaries and Wages: Employees' Overtime 1,519.77 Water 29,524.77
Total Salaries Transfers Connections and
background in business or finance.Cash Salaries and Wages: 9784.98 '. Reconnection S
i Volunteers And Wages 45930.61 Charges 1,616.77
1386.00 ,. . .
< '
Fuel OilPlant'Repairs 75,475.15 Utility Tax'.
Total Salaries 33,630.46Miscellaneous
On Hand And On Deposit: '

And Wages 11,170.93 and 1,460.59'
The cash on hand was physically verified at the com- Utilities ., 304.60 Supplies 4.99625 Cash Unaccounted For 2.73
mencement of our audit engagement and confirmation of the a. Power Line Materials 12,552.99Water Total Income :
Supplies 1,055.02 L ., 302,327.06
.,. f" :{ ; : '
balances as reflected in the various depository statements, Gas Oil and Truck -j; .. Materials and <; I EXPENSES: ; / / I

were obtained directly from the various depositories. Repairs .' ,. 223.52 SuppUes.:'. 6157.07 Salaries and Wages' \ t 45,907.89
: .
Miscellaneous '' Truck Repairs, Gas ; -,: >' o ':. Fuel Oil .- 75,475.15
directly 266.41
All cash recorded traced to .
receipts as were '
TOTALS TO SCHEDULE B-2' $13,020.53 and Oil '.' ,'..''' ', ; F ;.. 861.16 Plant Repairs and Supplies 4,955.25.
the depository statements. With the exception of those checks I
Power '.Cla1.countl :.. :,. :., Power Line Materials. r 12,552.99
which were outstanding on September 30, 1957. all checks <
Schedule B-2 [
Cooperative Water Materials and Supplies ,6,15'1.01Truck
which were Issued during the fiscal year were examined and '. .
Lubricating Oil : 1,713.79 Repairs Gas and.Oil >T 861.16

traced to the disbursements journals. Office Supplies .:' ..r':. -.:, 1,085.37 Lubricating Oil :i 1,713.79

Accounts Receivable: Telephone and ; : Office Supplies f ,. ; 1,095.37
OF CASH DISBURSEMENTS TelegraphInsurance 244.97 Telephone and Telegraph.: 244.97

All tax receipts as recorded were traced directly to the Hospitalization 581.87 Insurance Hospitalization 581.87

tax rolls and a listing of the unpaid taxes for the fiscal year LIGHT AND WATER FUND Payroll Taxes I 1,309.75Miscellaneous Miscellaneous 566.03

which just ended was found to be in agreement with the 566.02 Payroll Taxes ( 1309.73

amount of taxes levied after;deducting the collections there- Transfer to fUtility Freight 253.99 Freight '. -. ._.. 253.99

from. Revenue and Water Meters 414.17 Water Meters 414.17

Schedule A-3 reflects only those accounts receivable Refunding Bond State Utility Tax 3009.62 State Utility Tax 3.009.62Insurance

'which occurred during current fiscal year and which were out- Fund 33071.00 Insurance General 4684.77 General 4684.77

standing at the close of the year. Due to the fact that it is Reserve Account I.,. 6,616.00 Electric Meters 393.65 Electric Meters 393.65
Renewal and Replacement .::
doubtful that collection will be made of those accounts of t. : Transformer RepairsMiscellaneous !

prior years such old accounts have been omitted from this I Fund .,: .. 8,979.32 Contingencies Total Expenses 160208.48
General City Fund .. .. 46,000.00
report. I ,
Schedule B-4
Service Deposits
NET PROFIT $142,118.53
A listing of the delinquent accounts receivable of the Refunded .._ :' r.: -. 4,206.59

Light and Water Fund was made and is included in your Payroll Deductions EXHIBITS
auditor's working papers. The names of the debtors are avail Received in Cash. 1,146.45Reimbursement
able upon request. to .
General Fund and Wages:
None of the accounts receivable were confirmed with ,

any of the debtors in any manner whatsoever. For Donations Paid 1,500.00TOTALS Chief ... -. 3,845.00 Electric Current } 236091.74
22435.88 Water 29,524.77
Patrolmen .... .
261,750.56 Total Salaries : i Transfers Connections and
And Wages : 26280.88 Reconnection Charges. 1,616.77
Retirement Fund 1 960.00 Utility Tax 33,630.46Miscellaneous
235.40 1,450.53
Utilities '
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GENERAL CITY FUND STATEMENT OF CASH RECEIPTS Gas Oil and AutoMaintenance .: '. Service Deposits S 4,720.00

.. .. ... .. \ 3,517.95 Payroll Deductions Received In : '
GENERAL CITY FUND STATEMENT: OF CASH RECEIPTSAd Insurance Refund 254.78 Uniforms, Badges and : Cash a 1.237.18TOTAI.8
Transfer from Utility Revenue Supplies. _.. ..._._.., 706.01 4 308.281.49
Valorem Taxes: And Refunding Bond Renewal 1512.00 2.73
Court Calls Mayor. Cash Unaccounted For ,
Real Property $22,619.22. And Replacement Account 266.04 Care of Prisoners 950.50Miscellaneous Note Payable Net 1481.08

Personal Property 12804.99 I Transfer from Utility Revenue '76.22 Salary RefundNet 22.72

< '\ "' .. 35,424.21 And Refunding Bond Reserve Note on Police Cruiser 865.76 .

Less: Discounts r 974.54 Account 163.93 TOTAL TO EXHIBIT "B" $309.188.02Schedule
Total Ad Valorem .
TOTALS TO SCHEDULE B-2 i 135.304.72
Taxes Net 34,449.67 TOTAL TO EXHIBIT "B" ... $169.387.04I Schedule B-2 tb] B-3
Occupational Licenses 6.591.29

Building and Remodeling Permits '. .. 1,981.35 I '-

Bonds and Fines 12749.50 .

Tax -' .. .
Cigarette 40333.48 .. .... ,' .
MiscellaneousReimbursements 848.00 ,: .
..: ,- .- ,_ Utility -
Payroll .
for .
... .
RevImpravemeAt enue. and Re-
Deductions Paid .' .. .f_ n: 859.48 Utilities Utilities

Road and Bridge Tax :' .; ': : .,; 5610.01 : '. General ,* Light and Construction Police BenPayroll enue Bond and SinkFunding Bond

Election Qualifying Fees ".:.:. 1140.54 .' All Funds City' Fund. Water Fund Fund slit Fund .Account Sinking Fund lag Fond Funds

Parking Meter Collections 6,498.71 Cash on Hand,and on Deposit '. ', '. :

Transfer from Light and Water : October 1,,1956, Per Auditor's'Report' ., -'.' 53,585.68., -654.331.384.85, ., 25152.47 ; 95.65 ;. -3.34 6,95450 .' 23,425.5
Fund 46000.00 :- .. :,
Reimbursement 1500.00 \ b .-4! 'r.

Add: _. ;d
TOTALS 160,176.03 Cash Receipts !F 1051625.58 169.387.04(1) 309788.023( 60289.865 113. 0(5)( 117137.94 300098.255( 13861.695( 80949.185(

t : : .1105211.26 168, 2.11 308403.17 : 85,442.33 209.25 117,134.60 307,052.75 13861.69 104,374.76

r4 1 '
Less: < .. ; :
Reimbursement from Light Cash Disbursements c. -- 1021090.35 160398.702( 278116.774 84605.695( ) 117.14(6)( 117134.60 305960.006( 10,338.44(6) 64421.018
and Water Funds for Bills Paid ,1.(01.98 .>. '.r .
& '. .'
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Note Payable 5,000.00 TOTAL CASH ON HAND -i-

Advertising Costs and Penalties AND ON DEPOSIT ::1 84120.91 8334.01 S0.2S6.40 836.61' 92.11 -01.092.73 3,525.25 29,953.75THt1tSDAY.
Ad Valorem Taxes 95.52 .
Paving Lien S : : '128.78 NOTES .. : -. -
1950 Ad Valorem Taxes ': ;* 32.00 For detailed information relative to the cash receipts and disbursements. please refer to the following schedules: ..
1955 Ad Valorem Taxes _. .75 .

Duplicate Payment 1956 Ad ""'-" J, ., (1) Schedule &1 '." .. ," T" .
: :
Valorem Taxes "J' ';;}: :,' ; ,. ;' 27.00 (2) Schedule B-2 ", .
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(3) Schedule B-3 ': Transfer from Utility Revenue : ''if'! "
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Bond Slaking Fund ,' r; 1,772.25 (4) Schedule B-4 ,'.." "j : ,... .:'..;, f_,;-r-r 4' ..:.- ,.j.' j..i r, ..7-\, ,", -_,'. _.:.'.. .
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Police Pension Fund .,r.: :: 68.00 (5)) Schedule B-5 : ( /
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Anna Harrefl
.1.1IadYI .1t Katherine 1 And'CharlesT. Perrjr Junior Women ; Polio/ Queen Is Crowned Centennial FetePlanked >

t Repeat Vows In Rites At Church In, Brooker Panel Discusses' By ClayClay

Grooming PracticesA t County will celebrate itscentennial

+ r anniversary in a two

panel discussion of good ... x < day celebration on May 1617.
grooming practices featured the Ii 4- 1. Plans for the occasion were adopted
meeting of the Junior Woman's t this'week by the Board of Directors
<; Mooty Club In the club building Monday t of the Clay Chamber of
.' dr t night. Commerce.

New River Assn. Coffee To Benefit Mrs. R. S. Mullins American Activities featured on the open-
Home, Chairman was in charge of will be a parade and
ing day
WMU Rally Set March Of Dimes the program and introduced :Mrs. agricultural exhibits. Gov. LeRoy

Drive Is Given h One Hutchins and Mrs. Mural 3 r---i'i R,' Collins has been invited to at
The New Paver Association' Gardner local beauty operators :
WMU Quarterly Rally will be held I and Mrs. John A. Torode and Mrs.S. tend.Events
win be tied
The Starke Woman's Club t'r 1k on the 17th
In the Starke First Baptist was G. Denmark, who served as a 4gt I'
1 in with the annual Armed Forces
the for'a March of
13. The I setting lovely : :
Church on Thursday. Feb. panel in answering questions on
Executive Board will meet at9:45: Dimes coffee party Wednesday care.of the hair and other good j Day celebration in Green Cove
afternoon of last week from threeto Springs and"will include the Armed -
and the regular meeting will begin grooming problems.The ?
five o'clock. Hostesses for the t Forces parade and an addressby
at 10 a. m. :following models showed
will be affair were Mrs. C.: L. Dinkins Mrs. a prominent speaker.
Miss Josephine James hair styles for all pccasions:
H Mrs. E. L. ., events will include the
Mrs. W. Nollman. Other
the guest speaker.All L. M. Gaines, Mrs. W. Bigham
members of the AVMU are Matthews Mrs. D. E. Knight, Jr., Mrs. Owen Alvarez Miss Sue beard contest, women's old-time

urged to attend. Mrs. A. J. Thomas, Jr., Mrs. C, I Jackson Miss Judy,Ellington,Mrs. .W fashion show and dances.J. .
L. Scholl, Mrs. J. A.Torode. Mrs. Robert Green: 'Mrs. Harry Elrod 5 t 1 +x + Y Xi P. Hall Jr., chairman of the

E. K. perryman, :Mrs. Dcyle E.I lI Jr., and Mrs. J. R. Chasteen Jr. celebration urged clubs and or-

Conner, and Mrs.: H. H. Adams. "59 The styles were created by local ganizations in communities

The club house was attractively beauty salons. throughout the county to take
DAELf decorated .for the, occasion with '!1K I Piano selections were played iA w part in the festivities.

-STARKE FLC: tall baskets; ; of_pink gladioli! placed during the show by Mrs. Drew .
at points of interest. The coffee Reddish. r
-:! Carl Johns Invited
table was overlaid with 9n imported During the business session it 'i + g .

Italian cutwork cloth and announced that Mrs P. G. ; To Utility Panel
SUN. MON. TUES 4S was A. L of lake : I
r Mayor Driggers chairman of the Union
centered with a silver lazv sus\n ,3&r had been appointed trea-
February 9,10,11 Felos County March of,Dimes campaign, crowns Miss Cathy Fortner.: March
which held ,dainty cakes and surer
FEATURE to replace Mrs. Al Harley r City Clerk Carl Johns has been
BIG DOUBLE ,batonrinsr the setting were. two who is leaving the city. of Dimes Queen, at the polio dance in the State Farm community club I invited to be a member of a panel

The Dalton GirlsWith antique silver candle holders with Mrs. Bob Knight was acceptedas' Saturday night-(Photo by R. P. McLendon. Story in }State Farm I discussion team to appear on the

Merry Anders and Lisa rll1'J1jn rink tapers. Silver comes transfer from.the Junior News, page 7.) program at the Florida Municipal
Davis lr>M nuts and mints and : Wpman's Club of Orlando. Utility Assn. meeting in OrlandoMarch

silver coffee services were placed Committees for the annual ,23-25.
AND I at wrh end ot'the table.: I Variety Show to be held in April ,Gail Duke Marries First Baptist WMUThe Other members of the panel will

SILK STOCKINGS I Tittle i I any Joe Picks age 7, g I w 'announced as follows: R. G. Thomas J. DukesMr. be C. H. Stanton utility directorof

With Fred Astalre and Cjd t'\f\lio victim for ,the past threes Miss Anna Katherine Harrell, ding a lovely reception was held White Jr., director; Mrs. A._ J. WMU of the First Baptist Orlando; Robert Leibowitz,

Charisse I vparsa was a guest of honor and daughter of Mr. and 'Mrs. M. O. in the home of the bride's parents Thomas Jr.: chairman: Mrs. J. A. and Mrs. Glen Paul' Duke Church held a luncheon meetingat i Ocala city councilman; and M. E.

Plus Color Cartoon I sat beside a table which held) ,a I Harrell of Brooker, became the where, attractive. arrangements? Torode co-chairman: Mrs. Randal 'of Fort Lauderdale, 'former Starke noon Tuesday which was highlighted .Rosam, II, Utility Manager of Key
birthdav cake with 20 candles bride of Charles Thornton Perry white chrysanthemums gladioliand \ Chitty casting: Miss Patty Har- residents announce i the marriage with a program entitled .West.

Wed., Thur. Feb. 12, 13 which denicted the 20th son of Mrs. Phil P. 'B shaw 'of magnolia leaves were placed rod and Mrs. S. G. ,Denmark, of their daughter Gail, to Thomas "Door Posts and,Gates,"'presented!
DOUBLE FEATURE sary of the Polio ) anniver-I) : dancing; Mrs. B. C. HoltzendorfJr. by the Brownlee Circle.
Gainesville and tKe late Charles T. at'vantage"points" throughout. The Jackson Dukes son of Mrs. A. THE RIGHT POINT for the
Mrs. Dinkins and Mrs. bride's .., scenery: :Mrs. Jack Griffin, W. Dean of Jacksonville and the Participating in the programwere
The Unguarded Perry. Friday ,evening. January table ,was, beautiful with write. Come In and select -
erected guests "t the door apd 31, at 7:30: o'clockJn the Brooker an imported satin cloth and stage; Mrs. Drew Reddish late,Mr. E. E. Dukes of Atlanta, Mrs. Garl Mathews, Mrs. way you favorite ESTERBROOK
MomentIN Misses Anne Matthews and Mar- Baptist Church. centered with a three-tiered wedding costumes; Mrs. T. C. Hazen Jr Ga. Snow Mrs. W. B. Mundy and Mrs. your TELEGRAPH.corned. .
garet Ann Dinkins held the silver and Mrs. Sam Zack publicity; Brownlee. Mrs. Fountain Pen.
TECHNICOLOR, The Rev. James L. Temple pas- cake: topped with a minia- The marriage was performed by Ada Alexander
With Esther Williams and George receiving: travs.Assisting tor of the church, officiated at ture bride and groom. The, cake, Miss Louise Stern, music; Mrs. Rev. H. E. Bullington on Saturday gave the devotion and,prayer.and
'' the,hostesses in Serving .- Vernon Silcox lighting: .Mrs.. J. three new members wel- Home Missions Week of
'Nader the double-ring ceremony. was surrounded by ruffles of ny- Feb. 1, at Walhalla S. C. were
were Mrs. W. E. Middleton, R. Chasteen Jr., advertising! Prayer will be March 4-7.
Tall baskets of white mums lon net with
ANDSomething ::: interspersed tiny
Mrs. L. A. Davis, Mrs. S. L. Peek, Serving as hostesses during the
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and chrysanthemums, white gladioli of white and 111111
of ValueWith i Sr., Mrs. O. L. Haynes. Sr., Mrs. : nosegays pompoms social hour were MrS: S. R. Marco

Rock Hudson, Dana Wynterand Donald Kokomoor Mrs. Payne white decorated tapers in the candelabraand church. satin candelabra bows. Three-branch crystal chairman Mrs. Joseph D. MARY CARTER SAYS: .
Poitier Bateman. Mrs. Bertha Pearce and palms : holding burning'white Warren, Miss Delia Rosenberg ,
Sidney Miss Glenda Parker soloist balanced the A
was tapers 'setting.
Plus Color Cartoon for Children Misses Martha Davton Marlene Mrs. J. R. Chasteen Jr,,and Mrs.
Knight Hilma Tanner Sally and :Miss Charlene Hardy of crystal punch bowl centered the .Sam Zack. WHY NOT PAINT

FrL, Sat. Feb. 14. 15 I Sink. Flora Slade and others. Mrs. Starke was pianist. punch table which was also cpv- The serving table in the sun YOUR HOUSE NOW HALF-PRICE
of Given in marriage by her father ered with'a white cutwork cloth.
DOUBLE FEATURE Robert McRae was chairman room was covered with a lovely FOR
refreshments.- the bride wore a floor length The bowl was set in a bed I, of pink damask cloth centered with ,

The Sun Also Rises Providing: delightful piano gown with wide swirling skirt of fern and placed at intervals around pink camellias in a crystal and P rr-x Every Second GaL :Every- Second GaL

OnemaScope (Fob ? selections durin! the afternoonwere handclipped Chantilly lace and ny- the bowl were white gladioli silver epergne, with pink candlesin d v FREE
Mrs. J. W. Kincaid, Mrs. lon tulle over satin. The high florets and camellias.Mrs. silver candelabra. Cal 198 FREEWith ,
With Ava Gardner
Tyrone Power With Each OnePurchased
Mel Ferrer and Errol Flynn Llovd Green Miss Charlene Hardy Sabrina neckline was trimmed M. F. Hazen of Starke, UP Each One

ANDBattles and Miss Joan Furlong. with iridescent sequins and a aunt of the bride cut_the bride's Methodist Circles >r ,. .. PurchasedPAINT

figure molding bodice buttoned cake and was assisted by Kiss
of ; back with lace buttons. Hold
Chief Brownie Scouts down the Joyce Perry sister of the groom. MeetingsCircle I
Her finger-tip veil of nylon The punch table was presided over
PontiacWith Brownie Scouts are reminded to tulle with crown of iridescent sequins by Mrs. E. D. Clark of ,Gainesville 1 of the Methodist WSCS i MARY CARTER

Lex Barker, Helen Westeott I bring an old license plate with a matched the trim of the and Mrs. Guy Harrell aunt of, the met Tuesday morning at the homeof STOREFREE
and Lon '. and the bridal bouquet was Mrs. C. E. Johns with Mrs. O.
ChaneyPlus piece of cloth to cover it at the gown bride. The bride's book was kept
Serial Chapter 12 and Color next Brownie meeting Tuesday of white roses and lilies of the by Miss Shirley, Nell'Green. Also L. Haynes Jr. and :Mrs. L. A. PARKING 501 N. W. 8tn,Avt*. (Our New Location) FR 6-7588

Cartoon_ for //Children afternoon at 3:30 o'clock at the valley. I assisting in serving and caring for Davis as co-hostesses. I
I home of the' leader, Mrs. J. D. Mss! Annette Green, cousin of I the guests were Mrs. Allen Landof I I Mrs. E. L. Matthews chairman, I

Warren, 321 N. Myrtle St. the bride ,was maid of honor and Jacksonville,Miss Mary Denpis I I I presided over the short business I
the bride's only attendant. She meeting. ,Miss ,Amy Coburn gave
of Gainesville, :Mrs. V. V. ..Hazen *
J full skirted ballerina length the devotional Mrs.. H./H. Adams
wore a of,Starke. and Mrs. M. D, Harrell tr,
dress of mint-green nylon lace, and Mrs. A. L. Green., gave the program entitled ,Charles I } T SPECIALSat
with flattering scoop neckline and Allen's interpretation of the 1
When the couple left for a wedding M
emerald green satin cummerbund 23rd Psalm.
waist. line. Her tiny headdressof trip Mrs. Perry was wearing The hostesses served delicious !\t DENMARK'S
I a dark red wool jersey dress made
matching fabric and dyed-to- refreshments as the guests ar B
i sheath style with navy blue acces-
match satin shoes were the color rived.
sories. The only trim for her
of the emerald green cummer-
dress white lilies from her -
bund. Her .bouquet was white was Circle 2 met Monday afternoonat rzx
,S""Yy daisies with yellow-green' centers. bridal bouquet.The the parsonage with Mrs. Don Beautiful Lane Cedar ChestsThe Y F

Dentine Gl >N Bobbie Harris of LaCrosse serv- bride is the only daughterof ald Kokomoor as hostess.

ed as best man for the groom. County Commissioner M. 0. Mrs. E. K. Ferryman chairman
Ushers were Julian Sm'ysor and Harrell and Mrs. Harrell. She presided over the meeting and Practical Gift that will be used and 1

Allen Baer of Gainesville'. graduated as salutatorian of the Mrs. L. H. Hill gave the devotional 1 :, .
I Mrs. Harrell, mother of the Class of 1956 at Bradford High An interesting program enjoyed for many, many years. ;

AT GEM JEWELRY bride wore a navy blue dress with School, and is a student of the "A visit to Nepal," was given by f .

white trim and navy' blue accessories University of Florida.? Mrs. Perryman. Mrs. Jack Mc-

and her flower was a white Mr. Perry is the only son; of Comb announced that the study From $49.50
orchid. Mrs. Phil :P. Bashaw and the late course and covered dish luncheon

a : GP : Mrs.: Bashaw mother of the Charles Perry. He has had two would be held Tuesday morning F
; groom, was dressed in midnight years of military training and is Feb. 18, at Fellowship HalL .

p : blue with matching accessoriesand now employed with the Gainesville The hostess served delicious refreshments 'Large Selection of Finishes I '
'a white orchid. Utility Department. during the social hour.

H-- Reception Is Held The couple.'will reside in Gaines and Styles'J t
; .Immediately following the wed- ville. Circle 3 met Monday afternoonat .

,the home of MrsA; F.,.Sauls

!! y a i wkYe.OulO ./i. I Program Planned Guild Unit Plans with Mrs. C.'H.'Quick' as co-host

For Woman's Club Joint MeetingThe ess.Mrs.. L. J. Green chairman presided ':; ,' MATCHED LUGGAGE

over the meeting with Miss
: .
Mrs. C. L. Scholl, a past presi- Wesleyan Service Guild,
Kate Struth giving the devotional:
dent of the Starke Woman's Club Units 1 and 2, of the Methodist
An article from
Together maga-
A will present a program on "How Church win hold a joint meeting b IT'S SAMSONITE -
: zine was given by Mrs. Green on
Big is Your World" at the club next Tuesday evening in the Fel- the topic "Light Unto My'Path." I
ilK" meeting Wednesday afternoon, lowship Hall.
.The hostesses served refresh-

Exquisite unmatched bracelet Bulova accuracy.styllni., club Feb. house.,12, at 3:30 o'clock_ in the This will.be, study course ,on ments during the social hour. $17.95 to $$2J.95Give

17 jtweK.lifetime unwejk-, l Japan entitled "Cross and Crisis"
abU maiiwprint ?s The is under the Education -
... program
.* Department with Mrs. E. L. and will begin at 6 o'clock. The Circle 4 of the Methodist WSCS'I I if

Only Bulova could Matthews, chairman,and 'Mrs. K. group will enjoy a 7 o'clock sup- will have its reular monthly :
I meeting at the home of Mrs. Foster One 'Piece Now Add
such --
bring you a G. Duncan as co-chairman,' A per,, with the menu carrying out rr .
Shi Smith, 313 S. Orange St., II
fabulous "twoforthemoney" I
the theme.
feature of the study
t gift at such special be a hobby exhibit ,by programwill members course will continue after supper.In on. Feb. 11, at 7:30 p.m. with Mrs.G. Another Piece Later
S. Newcomb
.* low,low price. and guests which will includea charge of arrangements are I as co-hostess.
band-made doll ward- Mrs. W. B. Sewell of Unit 1 and
59.50 TO $1OO a00 complete Mrs. J. R. Hixon of Unit 2. Presbyterian; Circle 2
robe which was exhibited on a recent Samson Card Table Sets

TV program. Members'will Circle 2, Women of the First

Other Fine Bulova Watches from 29.75 have guest privileges at this :Altar Society, > Presbyterian Church, will meet TABLE AND FOUR CHAIRS
meeting meaning they can Tuesday morning Feb. 11, at 10 s

f VALENTINE GIFTS GALOREHearts bring a guest. st. .Edward Altar" Society met O'clock at the home of Mrs. Claude .

Hostesses for the afternoon will Tuesday evening in 'the Rectorywith Crowson on W. Madison streetBradford ( $$4l15
be: Mrs. Ewell Lawson chairman, the president, Mrs. Henry .,
and Flowers Diamond Sets$75.00"V ,
:Mrs. :Merritt Williams Mrs. I* A. Stefanelli. presiding. Y
Davis, Mrs. E. K. Ferryman :Members were reminded that I
A LUE ONLY $35.00 F Sunday Mass has been changed .A
Mrs. George Flynn Mrs. R. rtt CARD' TABL.E from C.95
Young Mrs. Kate Sheppard Mrs. from 9:30': to 10 o'clock. A bake ,

AN.$85.00.VALUE ONLY C. F. Ward Mrs. Emma Hill, Mrs.J. sale is being'planned for the last y > +

a $30.50A W. Ritch and Mrs. Norman week in February. Mrs. Stefan- FOLDING CHAIRS from C.95 y.
1, Winn elli was elected to attend the .

100.00 VALUE ONLY $52-50 Diocesan meeting-in St. Augustinein r'

Executive Board March County Hospital an-

ALL ARE INTER LOCKING SETS 1 1BIRHSTONE The hostesses, Mrs. Stefanelli ,nounces the following births: GIVE 'A SINGER SEWING MACHINE
The Executive Board of the and' Mrs. Joe" Wallace, served a Mr. and Mrs. Maurice A. Lee

RINGS $12.50 up First Baptist Church met Tuesday dessert course during the social of Starke a son, Robert Eugene

morning at, the,,church .Mrs, hour. Jan. 31. Authorized Dealer Use Our
"Listen' to WRGR, 8:10 A3, Mon.\ Wed, Fri. W. B. Mundy president', conducted Mr, and Mr*, James Edward Singer --- Budget Plan

For,Informative Talks On Jewelry the meeting and Mrs. Jo Ella Beta Sigma Phi Mimbs of Starke a son, Louis

Hardy opened with prayer.It Michael Feb. 1. ,

was announced that Miss Beta Sigma Phi sorority will Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lloyd Denmark Furniture Co.

Jones, state executive secretary of meet Monday evening Feb. 10, at Moore of Raiford a daughter .
GEM JEWELRY"STARKE'S the WMU New River Association. 8 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Joe Patricia Ann Feb. 2. _

will be in Starke Thursday, Feb. : Warren. 321 Myrtle SLt with Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Millard M. Griffis

LEADING JEWELER" 13, to speak to the WMU. I I Dick Cauffman as co-hostess.: of Starke a daughter, Julie Lynn 434 436 West Call St. PHONE 151 Starke'F1oridPAGE


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r :cf Lakeland were visitirig Mr.'and And Daddy Are Bachelors I'i!Mrs Kathleen I Norm j' 0-\V EKEb,\U t.a ( IHt..C-. ?' jl \...li A i/U., ,. ,?. a.

# 'f I Mis: H. A. Lawson over'the week- .""" Dies After Crash I 'i'laiuift A, .i'ilLe ai d life. 3 the, f'lu oiviusl.J.1 ill t't"! a ,.t
EVELYN ERCDAUlUn the Clerk of the Cuxuit Court in <
end.The birthdays: of,David Penoyer, Mrs. Kathleen NClin,.'11 4 died! CaeNo int, INn, I bifuro the IS ci.iy of 3l.ul'h1''' .R

Dickie DuBose, Jimmy Thornton 1 ] Saturday Iii a' Jacksonville hos OTICK TO \1'1'1-\8\ ,s < then fee allegations be'uJ.t'n ; of, said ( -.m.
plaint will "iiftt
and Vivian Addison were, celebrated pital' asa result of injuries sustained TIr I\'f'h'n rffia 1..dhow' rt'sMf'n.-e at:
IN. THE NEWS on Sunday ,with a dinnerat 4n an automobile accident is J403 Fifth Avenue: Brooklyn Ne- I youThis n' tin shall be publUho! onceeach
I York and wh s< address la Ok of seek for four cons-culi weeksin
i the home of Mr. ,and Mrs. C. P at Park Street and Roosevelt Trygve lUbUtl, 7403 Firth Avenue th Bradford Omintjt. Tile;nii*.
------_. _. _..- -- .. -,- _r_ 0 E. Beam. Those enjcying the occasion i BOulevatd. I BrookJyn, Xw ToikVuu I Dated thin 31 COURT div of January. 13SCIRCUIT :
t b ( SEAL
were Mrs. Lorraine Dodrer, +. PJincral services were held at 2 are hereuy notified that a suit
Mrs. R. B. McDavid and chil- Mr. .and Mrs. Barney McRae Mrs. Margaret Penoyer and son p. m: Tuesday in the Long Branch for <.Ii'ol"hi.." jifn filed against ) u 'I Charles Court.A. Darby Clerk of Iho Circuit -
dren of Gainesville were Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Glen Ccnner Mrs. Luther Addison and ,family and ,\ Baptist Church near Maxville. In the above named Court and aloe. I!
I and you ure required: to serve a r pYof fy! Marian: L Crw by, IXputy
her 'mother, Mrs. Nita p. M. Crawford and daughter, Mrs. Jennie Penoyer of Jackson; f f tw.r *:ith Rev. 'Percy Knight officiating )uur answer or leading to the Clerk.
Drat !. Merry Beth Mrs. C. P. Nasworthand Interment was in the :2 : 4t i J IIi
Mrs. L. L. Roane of Jacksonville Mrs. A. H. Harley Jr. attended 'I ville.Dennis Mathews is cemetery i ..
spending a church : -
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wax the overnight guest Wednesday tl" graduation of Mr. few days at Neptune Beach this A native of Manville, she had ::
of, last week of her sisters, Harley froth U. of P. Saturday week with Mr. and Mrs.: Dave ived in Ja-ksonvUle:: for the past -
Mrs; A. Z. Adkins and Mrs. J. L. evening -: .
Fcgg. 10.years. She was a member
Wilkes. "When you care to send the Dwarf Azaleas in bloom-atSbtnmk's. -., -- a .he Baptist Church. tI .J \_

Friends of, E. J. Dowling will very best"llallmark Valentines ... Surviving are two daughters,
regret to hear he is a.patient in at BuUington's. Bob Wiggins, who recently returned .-.- Vlrs. Lorraine Mosley cf Maxville,
the Lake City Veteran's Hospital. Mr rand Mrs. C. L. Scholl returned from four years service in -- '" and Mrs. Carleen! Smith of 'Jacksonville SAT. FEB. 8 ONLY Tues., Wed. Feb. 11, 12

Little Ann Adklns cf"Gainesville last Wednesday from a ten the Navy, has enrolled at U. of F. I- .. ._. ; her1 mother, Mrs. Hattie BIG DOUBLE FEA
spent the, weekend with her day trip to Islamorado and Holly- for the mid-semester term. -- i *ToIan, 'Maxvile; two sisters, Mts. REPilRJlf,

grandmother,. Mrs, A. Z. Adkins. wood, Fla. Harold Johnson of Fort Campbell Lane and Betty Jo Goodson, married five years, have just become Juanita Parish, Manville, and A PICTURE IKbcfeflerwiii
Mr. and Mrs: R. M. Lee and Den Champion and Bill Haas Ky, is visiting Miss Ann bachelors that Is, they recessed their bachelor's degrees at Feb i Mrs: Sidney Ben Cason; Jacksonville EVERYONE :;'lB

children of Lakeland! ",were'visiting, were in Tampa' on business on Elder and sister Mrs. G. L. Ma- commencement! exercises at'' the University of Florida. Sirs, good : and three brothers, R. F MUST SEE! UBiHluIJ itt' r.r U rl r1J

hjer parents Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Sunday. carages, this week. son Is, the' former Betty Jo Crosby, daughter of Mrs Hazel: Carlton-1 Nolan of Seville, and J. Nolan and HUT n-ft .
Dbwllri over,, the weekend. :Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Davis and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Clark of Ocala and the late II. B. Crosby of Brooker. She received_ her lit" I Cliftdn Nolan be-th"of Maxville. USC! 'f\ /. ")"..\j ..41t. "
degree '
"When you care to send the daughters of Blackshear D. Williamsand '-> .
Ga. were were visiting Mrs C. Funeral rtan eri1ents were under 1 1"
-: secondary education while her husbands was Agriculture i. "
very best" Hallmark Valentines Monday guests cf Mrs. Del Colley Mr. and Mrs. Inman Green Engineering. the direction of Key-McCabe '. I 'P,
.r I',1)
With their! two children Dara 4 and .:
Bulliflfton's. and Mrs. Daisy Perryman. last Sunday.Mr. 2, the Goodson Funeral Home.Services 'R"' 'iUJ
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Currie and Marvin Brown was home from and Mrs. Roy Nagion and lea\e boon for Oregon where Lane will attend graduate school at. .E.' '

daughter. Janice of Lake City Thursday to Monday from Murray otv Feamster of New Port News. Oregon State University (UF photo.) Held For i 1 t 4iti.,. t' ,_, 1t
were Saturday evening' supper State, College Ky. Va. ;'i1ibe weekend guests'of Mr. I t
guests of Mr.'and Mrs. Gene Long.: Mrs. Bernard; Cohen of Aber- and Mrs. Rudolph Sink. \ ,Mrs. Sarah Hunter and children W. Madison street to around the Mrs. Rose. MosleyFuneral 1 ri J'i 1

Randall Davis,. Lamar Shaw deen, Md. was called home Wed Mr. and Mrs. Dean Fowler of Sona and Theron, were in corner on Westmoreland street. "
Plus "So You i
Think Grass IsGreener"
Buck Gill, Ervin Covington. Butch nesday of. last week by the. ser- Atlanta were Tuesday visitors of Daytona Beach Sunday visitingMr. They had been staying with Mrs. services for Mrs. Rosa Short !
Smith and Delano, Thomas were ious illness of her father Wesley Mf. and Mrs. T. H.: Slade.: ST. and ,Mrs. John Clardy. Edward Burns the past ten days Mosely, 65, who died Thursday,
home for the weekend from South Andrews. Miss Louise Stern spent the Drs. John'and Rachel Wood of during the moving process. Jan. 30, at her bome'ne r Highland -
-Georgia college.:' Ovid Bennett entered Bradford weekend with her uncle and aunt, DesMoines; la., of the DesMoines Mrs. J. R. Kite spent the: weekend were held Sunday afternoon:: A$1MM4cacae Thur., Fri. Feb. 13, 14

Mr. and Mrs.. George B. Carlson County Hospital last Saturday Mr,' and Mrs. W. G. Newbern, at Still College, are spending a few with Miss Gertrude Knabb in at 2 o'clock in' the Long Branch DOUBLE FEATUREAND
and: family'of' Clean. N. Y. are with tonsilitis. Lake Hewitt.: days with Dr. and Mrs. C. J. Jacksonville. Baptist Church with Rev. E. C.

spending two weeks with her parents Mrs. Donald J. Morris returnedto E. H. Smith returned to the Houpt.Mr. Redi-Planted: Narcissi, Caladium Harvey officiating.. Interment was .
Mr. and MrS: H. E. Dayton.Mr. her home in Washington, D. C. Bradford County Hospital from and Mrs. Louis Hillendahl Lily of the \'alley-at Sis- in the church cemetery with Wilson I Ti9YEJ011t
and Mrs. Andrew J. Eaves, on_ Saturday after spending the the Baptist Memorial Hospital In were in Atlanta last Friday' and trunk's.Mr Funeral Home of Lake City.n 2'

in.; are moVihg from 381 Center past three weeks with her sister, Jacksonville on Wednesday of I Saturday on' business and Mrs. V. V. Hazen and charge of arrangements: HOUSE OP t 1NUMBERS
Street to the'Ritch garage apartment Mrs, C. A. Knight. last week and is getting"along as 'Dewayne Elder spent the weekend Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Hazen werein Mrs. Mosley was born in Clay

at 122 Bay St.. Mrs. DeWitt C. Dawkins and well as 'can be expected. with his uncle Gene Stroudin Wildwood Tuesday visiting Mr. County and had lived there her
The Gerald Williams have moved ; I Mrs. Crosby H. Dawkins of Jack- Flower Blubs: Gladioli, Calla Greenville. and Mrs. O. G. Strayhorn and entire life. She was married to .TMMMtf ,
,into the,Andrew's house at 600 sonville were last Wednesday Lilies, Glory Lily, Dahlias Pompom Mr; and Mrs. L. N. Pickering Mrs. Minnie E Hazen. Mrs: Min- Brooksie Mosley in 1925 and they JACK PAlANCE 0
Epperson St. guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Dahlias; Caladiom, Tuberoses have moved back into their house nie Hazen, whose home is in had owned and operated then- -
Mr.. and.Mrs. Ray Clark and Nollman and attended the Marchof -at 'Sistrunk's. Tuesday'after it was moved from I BrOoker, has been'seriously ill. farm 'near' Highland since that AMD wrnoaeiwBARBARA LANG : ,

family' of Gainesville were visiting Dimes coffee at the club house. Mr.: 'and Mrs: Clarence Rank of Shades Nation time She was a member of the .t
hIS parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Friends of Mrs. Miriam Kick- New York are visiting Mr. and Of Carrie Long Branch Baptist Church. ,U_ f M CINEKASCOPE

Clark on Sunday.Health. liter, a former Starke resident, Mrs F. W. Graudon and Mr. and Besides' her husband, she is

will be glad to hear she is improv- Mrs, William Graudon this week. survived by two daughters, Mrs. ..
ing nicely following a stroke recently Miss Lillian Stump attended the Early Editors Had Their TroublesDid Carscn Griffis, Highland, and t % .,:. And

Facts and has been moved from style show at, the' DinkierPlazahotel Mrs. Cedric Rosier, Lawtey; four 1

the. Flagler Hospital in St. Augu in Atlanta from Sunday to sons, Earl Mosley, Maxville; Mar- Plus "Mysterious Strangers," Cartoon :

1. Thai function, of your body h stine to Gilmer's Nursing Home, Thursday.Mrs. editors have their troubles!I your railroad" elucidated Mr.!. cus Mosley, Highland; and Don- and Chapter No. 8, Batman I' ,. ,
controlled! ,by the, nervous system San Marco: St. Augustine. Ewell Lawson and son, in the "good old days"? Apparently -' Webb. "It has just. been sot downon nie and Nathan Mosley, both of and Robin Serial. ,
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nollman Jimmy, and Mrs.: F. L. Pellum and. they did, according to these'ex-' too much." Highland; three brothers, James RED J J
2. Faulty nerve function can produce spent last Thursday night with daughter, Carolyn,. spent'' the : cerpts from the memoirs of the and Robert Carter; both of High- Sun, Mon. Feb. 8, 9 1
a wide variety of disease. Mr. and Mrs. Crosby H. Dawkins weekend with relatives in Orlando. late H,'E. Lagergren who divided After The Telegraph office had land, and Clyde Carter, Lawtey; 1c QfflMSCohrJy .
and family in Jacksonville. i his interests between surveyingand I been moved to its"" present location one sister, Mrs. Dora Johns, High- *, )(
S. Restoring riores.health; normal nerve function Garden and Field'Seed, just ar Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Middletonand newspaper'reporting in the I I|I soon after the turn' of the land; and five grandchildren. ARNER B os"7Hti7.Tt EssXJ?& '
and resistance!! rivedat' Sistrunk's. Miss Madge Middleton were early days of Starke: century, the" walls 'were covered I.I 7CHNIcoIOIt I.

to disease even after other Among those confined with visiting Mrs. Mae Jones and fam- with tin plate, stamped in 'a very Hail Columbia for starving their ...-,...-- -v methods have failed. chicken pox are Marie Green, ily in Jacksonville Sunday and Once, when Col. W. W. Webb i ornate' design. The part of the turkeys; also for not clipping

You'll be, surprised. to learn Martha 'Struth and Jan Ritch. celebrated Dr. Middleton's 81st had The Telegraph, 'the general ,roof. near Call Street leaked their wings, and allowing them to m:1pPJ8J: I IHisFi
all the .
what. Chiropractic can do for you. Sam Mitchell of Jacksonville birthday anniversary: i superintendent of the F. C. & P. i abominably, and the "juice" in fly over country.But r.
spent the' weekend with Mrs. J. Mr. and Mrs. C; E. Beam was : [Florida Central & Peninsular] i the light wires followed the water, The Telegraph was spared @)
Consultation_ t obligation M.. Mitchell and family the guest of her daughters, Mrs. I railroad, now the Seaboard, called I which ran down the tin plating the humiliation of 'a misguided BigMotionReture! c

Mrs., J,.B. Sapp will spend the, David Penoyer and Mrs. Luther to take the editor to task for hav- I giving' it a solid charge. Anyone editorial campaign when Mr. "IUiiiii seas: w..ne.mm..uti ( wrKrrwou' '
Phone write The
or weekend with Mrs. Donnie i Addison, in Jacksonville last ing poked fun at the line,,having happening to touch the wall when Dodge was tactfully informed that I [ 'i...,ul :' wMR+' .2AL ':<
Moore in Gainesville.Mr. I week. said, among other things, that'F. damp'received quite a jolt. turkeys different and turkey buzzards were t/i/ mrn.trill-. ( 'D.eJ.:-.: j, ,.nvwrrortr,
Dr. H. G. Bellinger and Mrs. Garl Mathews hadas Holland-crown Gladioli bulbs- C. & P, stood for "Friends, Come To make matters worse, a heavy kinds of birds.

CHIROPRACTIC OFFICES, Sunday dinner guests, Mr. and at Sistrunk's.Mrs. and Push. iron safe was purchased from' a NOTICE TO' DEFEND Plus "Gi\e and Tjke" Cartoon I'lusTimid Tabby" Cartoon

Mrs. T. E. Breazeale and daughter T. J. Griffin will return The dignified official seated defunct local business and was U Circuit Court, Bradford Iwunly, -
W,, E. University }.,'e.Ga1Deli'We .I ....; =
Dardina cf_High Springs, MissDonna Friday after two weeks' visit with himself in an old chair, the' only placed so' close to the wall that it ..
Phone 6-32S8 -' "
Breazeale and Bruce Dr.. and Mrs., C. C. Mendoza in one available in the 'editor's also became charged with elec-

426 N. Walnut Street Mathews of Gainesville and Mr. Jacksonville.Mr. sanctum, and it promptly'col- tricity. On the principle of safety
Stake ::.:Phone 108 and Mrs. Lowell Mathews and son. and Mrs. Clarence Taylorof lapsed' under his weight. first, the editor admonished i his
Dennis' of Starke. Epperson Street moved to Kis- "What's the matter with this assistant to unlock the safe door
l I
After 6 P3L by appointment Wilbur Brewton of Jacksonvillewas simmee on Saturday where Mr. chair?" asked the railroad brass;:: as soon as it began to rain, thus

a Sunday guest of Ginger Taylor was transfererd'by the hat angrily. I I allowing the door, if .need be; .to
Thornton. National Container' Corp. "Oh the same trouble as wit thed I I puuea open wan a long, crooK- PT.JlC'mili "
stick of wood. When time to
t lock the safe again, the editor

BIG DOINGS BIG DEALINGS cculd the Needless door close a to good it say in, ,sound safety no burglars kick.by giving at- riHiIi1IlL .J;

tempted to enter that safe at
-- .
least in wet weather! s

,, .,.., -f : : Once the redoubtable Carrie
S .,...,... .... ,.',.,., ,. ..'..,:.:!;.,.,..'..".... .,.x.-.y..,,;'..t.. .where Nation of temperance fame made
'::;,;, '. you Starke a visit. The Telegraph inlO PC. Living Room
< r. 1 force, fearing that she would oall !':a : .ilf'Jl; : S1'
at' the office, was on tenterhooks .

y.....,.. ':: OJ( I and everything was done to mate r-.L ,lo "" .Y' ,., j U} ,
< "
: .see the the printery look as solemn and '. \. $0 -..;;>>"" """': =:: 1t Group
I -
.... .. ,.t i f respectable as If covered with a ._ ...... .j.' .,' '.
wet'''blanket.At 1i'H": F .

Used Car this'particular time a tramp 2-pc. SECTIONAL SOFA

publicity man named McDonaldwas 1 ONE CORNER TABLE
t + "
t. 4, having writ -up.ot Hamp- \\\f\ : "
T tcn printed, and he made the "
Sign! composing room his headquarters.He \ 1 f;J-, 1 $239 VALUE ONE PLATFORM ROCKER
: half' and _
x: $ was always drunk, TWO SOFA PILLOWS
was asked by the editor to munch
onions.so that the austere SALE SMOKE STAND
': raw .
; ,4 MAKES!
; p:;* Carrie would not detect the whis- 17' 995.ONE SCATTER RUG
'"" key fumes :'on 'his 'breath.At WALL PICTURE

this request, Mac got. angry, PRICE .
declaring that 'it was nobody's ,
blamed business' if he took a

drink, and he then defiantly took

ALL MODELS. another:"sv.1g. In trying"to put th e
bottle back in his pocket, it' slipped -
10 PC. Bed Room 1Ic
: from his fingers to the concrete -

.floor and. was broken into
:' a thousand pieces. 'Fumes of the

horrible'stuff. ,'guaranteed to be at Group
least 18 hours 'old, filled the
plant.1 The printers turned several

'I' shades paler 'hah'' milk for fear BOOK CASE BED
that they would be caught with
;: : : the goods after: all. The 'famous CHEST DRAWERS[ +
N i:2- na, 9\J .:. ,? '.' "' Nation hatchet hung over {their DOUBLE DRESSER with Mirror ,a k
; heads like the sword'of Damocles. INNERSPRING MATTRESS ***
ALL PRICES !' But fiery Mr, MacDonald, recognizing with Box Spring .
the dire: potentialties
cf his mishap, and with the resourcefulness TWO FEATHER PILLOWS w :

Come in now!TakeadL'j tag ofthewide peculiar to men' of ONE CHENILLE SPREAD
his trade, quickly j ; seized the benzene -
selection o{used cars at your Chevy dealer's. He 'has just the- .. can ont the imposing stone TWO BOUDOIR LAMPS SALE PRICE 17995
car you're looking for at just the price you want to pay. indo sprinkled the floor with its
-- Itl I contents-This masked the whis- $239 VALUEHART -

For the best- used car buy, see your Chevrolet dealer! He.is a reputable- fe" key fumes and to further relief
of the force he" the
gathered 'up'
businessman person who takes pride in the good name honesty has lisle A
broken 'glass and lit out presumably
earned for him in
your Only franchised i in quest of a bootlegger.The .
Because of the popularity of the new 1958 Chevrolet, your Chevrolet Chevrolet dealers display day was saved. Yet after all

dealer taking in trade more: .and more used cars of all descriptions. He tlIese'famous trademarks tARs' I the painful apprehension Carrie

has them priced to ,move fast to make,room for more new '..Chevrolets. Nation did not have The Tele-

Volume business like this means volume savings for, 'you in a good-' --used.....car.*. graph office on her calling list. FURNITURE CO

.In 1913., a Mr. Dodge was the

1 'For the best used car. assistant editor of The Telegraphfor If
r a short Trtiile. He and his wife
came here from Indiana, where
f ypUILLQ.CALAUTHQRIZED. : I .CHEVROLET_; DEALER_ ; 9W turkeys are fat and'staid. 123 E. Call St.TI Phone 80
J o r -+q'u' # tt I : '
!fi!: Dodge persuaded her hus
t .. _.. .. .
-- --- -- '- band/to give the": Starke -
t peQpz .. .. .. ... .
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_ __ __. _ _ ___ __ BKADFvlRD COyNTY TELEtiEAPH, STACKE.. FLORIDA _ _. __ h_ _. __ _ THURSDAY,'FEDRUARYReeling 6r)9 S _
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'Kicks Off I Ready To Compete At Fair I Cow Hide Found; Concealed Pistol Clay Student IssueIs VA Information or own documents request for required such a by document the VA

- Theft Suspected Discussed AgainThe Requirements Told to: State Board of Health. Bureau
Cost Man
Fr- $102 of Vital Statistics, Jacksonville I,
Work TowardImprovedMarket The sheriff's office is on the issue of bus transportationto Albert L. Crosby Jr., county Florida.

,; lookout for someone who has hada A Starke man lost bonds total- Bradford schools for studentsin service officer, said this week that When the birth, marriage. die

cow stolen recently. ling $139 when he failed to appear the western edge of Clay County the Veterans Administration office voice or death occurred outside

Deputy Sheriff Russell Redding in Mayor's Court to answer was revived Monday as a dele- at St. Petersburg requires' the state of Florida, ( for
._ reported that a cow hide and I charges of carrying a concealed gaticn of mothers again asked the that documentary evidence in ref
deaths in service or in
three hooves were found near weapon and public intoxication. Bradford School Board to work erence to births marriages. divorces govern-

(Continued from Page,11 : Lawtey, with the evidence indicating Police said they found an old- with the Clay Board for a. and deaths, submitted in ment hospitals) applications
should be made follows
that a cow had been butch fashioned Colt revolver with an solution. I support of claims must be in the as : For
different directions. ered. The sheriff's office wants to The Bradford Board agreed to birth records, marriage records
-inch barrel on the man Grover form of certified copies. Photo-
He assured growers of the utmost and death records apply to: Department
if has been stolen. write the Board
find out Clay expressing
-- 4 a ccw Conner, when they arrested him static copies will not be accepted
cooperation from the State of Health. Bureau of i
The white faced willingness to In
cow was a for intoxication. participate a unless they are photostats of cer-
Department cf Agriculture, but heifer Redding said. A 55 joint meeting in an attempt to Vital Statistics Court House of
young Conner posted $37 on the intoxication tified copies and clearly show the
pointed out that they must pro- gallon drum was also found at work out a solution before the the county and State in which the
: charge and $102 on the seal and the signature of the custodian -
vide the necessary volume at the ; event occurred. If birth! recordsare
the spot. next school year starts. I
concealed of records.
count.In public
market before it could be a suc ':_ weapon not available at that source

cess. rL : __ other cases. Mayer W. T. Crosby gave the following Information I apply to: Department of Com.

"The most, difficult thing to __ Still Penalties Jackson found Joe Sloan Negro, Hut Property on obtaining the neces- merce. Bureau of the Census.
1 innocent of giving an improper documents for VA claims
handle in marketing is the shirt- sary :
Washington 25, D. C. For divorce
tail full of produce. Big buyers __ Possible Traffic signal and causing an accident. Leased To ScoutsThe When a claimant is advised by
records apply to the Clerk of the {
must have big volume, and any- .- Sloan testified that he had given VA letter that they are requiredto I
that granted the divorce
thing less than car lots is hard to I Violators WarnedCounty the proper signal. submit evidence of birth mar-I wherever
City Council Tuesday night it is located.
handle. If you will cooperate by --r Prescott Gill, driver of a fuel riage, divorce or death and any I
furnish of the
agreed to trustees
I When for birth
using the Starke market as an assembly j j1 oil truck pleaded guilty to failure of these events occurred in the applying records
Judge T. A. Yawn dur- local Boy Scout troop with a furnish the of
to yield the right of and name person
point for your produce, I way IOng-j state of Florida, they should send
ing plea day proceedings last term lease to land on whose birth
believe we can provide the neces-. causing an accident and was for the VA letter along with their record is desired. the
hut located and
scout is an
sary volume." Lewis said. j ) Thursday stressed the seriousnessof placed on probation for 30 days.Gill's person's mother's maiden name,

Alvarez estimated that it would { traffic violations by warning truck hit a car driven by access to the hut. the name of the person's father,
I several defendants that the law A. J. Thomas Jr. and Ed Beebe, sed with the church people.A the date
take 250,000 packages of produce i Jim McDonald as the truck was of birth and the place
provides a maximum penalty for .representing the Rotary Club bid from the American-La
(town ) of
annually to put the Starke mar- backing into a driveway. or city birth.
traffic offenses of a $500 fine or :which sponsors Scout Troop 70, France Co. was accepted for a
ket on a break-even basis. Driver of the other car in the I When applying for marriage
\ six months in jail or both. 'explained that when the hut was quantity of fire hose which the
It was emphasized that state I Madison Street collision, Alfred 'I I record supply the name of both
-- constructed number of is
The motorists were advised that a years city preparing to buy.A .
markets are not supposed to show Student Prince IX, black Angus bull, owned by the Starke Chapter unless the traffic laws were heed- Benke. forfeited a bond when he ago there were no legal proceed- delegation of Negroes asked parties to the marriage, the dateof
profit, but the Department pf failed to appear in court. Police I marriage and the
FFA is being shined. up In preparation for entry into the judging ed judges could begin imposing I ings involved. but the Council had that the Council take measures to place (cityor
Agriculture does expect them to said that Benke. thinking that town) of marriage.
competition at the Florida State Fair in Tampa. Billy Dampier, much stiffer sentences. merely given their permission.The correct the "terrible condition" of
their own Sloan was preparing to turn left
pay way. Scout Hut is located on Estelle street in Reno. Road Supt.S. When applying for death record,
Friday's meeting was opened keeping a dote watch on the bull, has been in charge of his care During the proceedings 14 per- had pulled into the parking laneto
their land which the city owns and is R. Hicks was asked to work on ; supply the name of the deceased
with brief remarks by F. S. Smith*, ,sine October. The 2-year-old bull \\ill be taken to the fair on Sun- sons pleaded guilty and pass on" the right. But the .
intended to be into the the date
of and two pleaded developed a street and members of the I of death and the place
president of the Farm Bureau cases disposed Negro turned right.
day. Judging begins Monday. playground and park area. delegation were asked to find out (city or town) of death.
innocent and their cases were
and Pat Miller president of theCattlemen's Others forfeiting bonds were I
Association. Both of ----- transferred to'the trial calendar. Jsssie Gadson $37, reckless drive The Rotary Club is planning a from property owners if they When applying for divorce record -

these groups gave up their regular Final Plans Told Winds Fail To Pleading innocent were Hiram Hilton ing; Anthony Vulpio, $27. speeding program to the of Scout repairs Hut and and renovations would- make would the donate road wider.A right-of-way. to. furnish the.name.. of both par.

meeting times in order for Hurt Power LinesThe Waldron of Starke and ; Salvators M. Gulla $12. running ties to the divorce action and the
like a more solid arrangement candidate for a city plumber'slicense
members to attend the market For Rotary-Scout Weaver Bennett. red light: Cecil Lee Graves. I date the divorce was granted.
Thomas said.Thomas Johnny Wells, was told
meeting. Waldrcn was charged with $27, reckless driving in a school
city's power distribution that if he gained approval of two

The general discussion was presided Burger SupperFinal system withstood the test of the stealing $21 from his employer. R. zone; J. Moravek, $12, runningred deed the land asked for that Scout the use Council but examiners he would be granted a Light Bills Higher?
over by J. R. Kelly chair- recent three days of heavy winds C. light. satisfied license.

man of the Starke Market advis- without a falter Power Superin- Bennett was charged with Two men were convicted by said the club would be Mike Klondes complained to City Clerk Carl Johns said this

ory committee. Other members of plans for the supper at tendent Riley Wasdin reported speeding on Jan. 9. I'Mayor Jackson on charges of with a long-term lease. I week that electric bills for
clause___ movidins_ that the Council that a street light the recent -
I _A_ _reverfcer_ _
the advisory committee present hut next Thursday "drIving while drinking. .nn 1
the Boy yesterday. proving that the extensive George Palmer of Starke was cancelled if the had not been put in front of his billing period can be expected
lease will be
were Ed Durban, Ira Wilson. Darby night were announced at the Rotary reworking of the system in found guilty of speeding and fined One of the men..William Noblesof the to be used home as had been promised, to be a little higher than usual
Gaskins, O. T. Huggins, and E. the nolo contends Hawthorne. was fined $52 and property should cease for several
L. Club Wednesday by I 1956 was worthwhile. $25 after pleading by the Scouts will be included in but had been placed in other lo-I reasons:

Matthews. president. A. J. Thomas Jr. i Wasdin said that "not the first" saying he did not wish to contest placed on probation for 30 days. the lease. cations. The Council said they. I. Christmas lights are included
Kelly named the following additional The other man, Calvin Starling,
Palmer admitted going this
Rotarians will be hosts to the line was blown down or failure the case. In other action before the would instruct the power superin- month.
members to serve with was sentenced a fine of $52
the, Scouts of Troop 70 at this time, reported during the winds. Priorto over the limit. but said he didn'tbelieve pay Council, a request similar to the tendent to look into the matter. 2. The reading time extendedover
advisory 30 in
group, as a com- or spend days jail.
he traveling the 80-
'mitte to meet Friday night for and this meeting will take the 1956 if similar winds had was Policeman Carl Fillyaw testified Rotary Club's was made by the The Council discussed placing a a longer period because of

further place of the regular Rotary meet- blown for an hour; the crews 85 mph as charged by Highway Methodist Church. The church water line for service to houseson weather conditions and because
planning the future that Nobles had drunk "more
would have had been besieged by Patrolman M. N. Sellars. He said them Wilson road behind the hospital the readings
'market ing on Wednesday. All memberswere requested that the city were started later
operation: F. S. Smith, than enough to control" the I
back to a sick
urged to attend the Scout calls Wadsin said. he was hurrying the property on which the parson- and discussed erection of a because of the holidays.
Pat Miller Leaton
Jr. he
Morgan after church melting in particular car was driving.
Ned Coleman J. B. Gaskins. Cecil hut supper in order to get credit child a In Starling's case, Policeman age Is located, property which is booth for the traffic cop at the 3. Cloudy days caused more

CrAwford J. R. Wainwright Morris -. for their attendance next week. CARD OF THANKS Lake Butler. .1 Shep Tomlinson testified that the now under a iOQyarleaSe. :. to_the school. lights to be burned.

Carter Markalee Starling. A. Hamburgers and trimmings will We desire to express to our kind A fine of $50 was levied on defendant "couldn't have been Methodists. Tnirty-tnree years

B. Whitehead. Pete Griffis Felix be served to the Scouts and their I neighbors and thoughtful friendsour Bobby Jean Padgett who pleaded drunker and still been able to still remain on this lease.

Sapp, S. J. McGarvey, Guy An Rotarian hosts at 7 p. m.Wednesday's heartfelt thanks for their guilty to failure to have his vehicle walk. The Council seemed favorableto Sell It Rent It TradeR
I and expressionsof under control. The charges that a
in kindnesses contending
drews. Jim Chasteen, W. S. Sibley program was II I many, I. Policeman Ashley Brown testified the request
J. R. Bullington W. J. Jackson, charge of C. H. Nasworthy who. sympathy to our mother, during had been brought after Padgett'scar that Starling was "staggering 100-year lease indicated that the

Rodman Underhill, Wade Gaskins. introduced Dr. W. H. Sears, assistant -I the illness and death of her had collided with one drivenby drunk." Council transacting it intendedfor %WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED

Harold Norman. Freddie Walter- curator of social scienceat husband E. C. Clark. The childrencf P. T. Noun elementary school Starling was also convicted on the church to have the pro

son Leon Conner Rufus Alvarez. the Florida State Museum in Mrs. E. C. Clark. principal. charges of driving without a perty. Final disposition of the

and Clayton Crawford. Gainesville.Dr. William Joseph Curtin was license and resisting arrest. He issue was postponed, however. until :o WORDS OR LESS! Die InttrtloM (UI. ... Ckargc) .mm
gave'an the North American Indians are for driving without his I be discus- EtCH ADDITIONAL WORD _
Sears interestingtalk fined $15 was fined $27 on each of these certain aspects can OVER 20 __ 4e pTTW. J
THE BIGHT POINT believed to have come to this of restrictions 20% DISCOUNT 0\ SERT10jTsA
for tlu on the culture of early Indian glasses in violation counts. REPEAT I\ MR AD

way you write. Come In and ne- tribes in Florida and exhibited a continent thousands of years ago on his license. !'k! ADDITIONAL FOR BLIND ADS OR ADS NOT PAID If ADVANCE.

led ,your favorite ESTEEBROOK I Asia, across the Bering WRGR
number of relics from the from Judge Yawn withheld Imposition -

Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH museum's collection. He said that I Strait.IT'S of sentence on Clyde E. C. Clark Dies; CLASSIFIED DISPLAY! ---__ ,,.-5 P., ,?? ?,?, ,. nl..
= = Mosley after the defendant pleaded 1490 K C MORBCARDS TJ"F.I

I guilty to using profane langu- Bradford Native STARKE FLORIDAThe OP TuSK! (r* T. M Wrd) _____ ____ $2.o.

I Music & News Station OVER 80 WORDS ----___ _______ 4 o,,. pep w.f<
age.John Bill 'Rivers, who pleaded Everett C. Clark, 71, a lifelong in Starke MEMORIALS AND RESOLUTIONS ____ 4 Cemta Per Wore

guilty to driving without a license, resident of Bradford County, died MONDAY TIIBC FRIDAY !

was given a week to procure a at his home in Starke Sunday REAL ESTATE RCA 17 Inch Console TV $4S. Most-
permit before the judge makes morning following an extended 6:00 Sign on and News Nw Shnn. m S. Walnut Itp

final disposition of the case.A illness. 6:05: Starke Wakes Up Stark Modrra, paved 3 bed mtrrrt'room, CBS city hen_little IB*. FOR culvert SALE-14 In x 15 ft. steel

father and son, Lloyd Laverne Mr. Clark a retired farmer, was 7:00 First Edition (news) Price fur equIty. 11.250.00.: Immedl log lots pipe for $1.25 sale! ft.in ALSO S nth Build-Gate

UNLAWFUL Dyal Jr. and Sr.. were brought born near Starke March 11, 1886. 7:15. -- Starke Wakes Up ate poucMlua.so I Subdivision. Low down payment.

before the judge because the son Surviving are his wife, Mrs. 8:00: Sporta acre (am. food: land. BOB.... T Low JACKSON monthly payments. BILLY
8:05 Starke Wakes Up deep ".11. 18 ..ei.. trees, 2 grape Phone 165, c/o Central
had violated a restricted permitby Susie! Tyer Clark; three daugh- : Betty Grey Show fruit. Vt .>!!* road froaUgr, (eared.Prlee Truck Lines tfchg
driving with three other young ters, Mrs. Thelma Thomas and 9:00 News Show & I $,3OO.OO.. Term. ONE BEDROOM I
Sweet Music furnished apart
people in the car. The license of Mrs. Gertie McRae, both of 10:00 I FLORIDA REALTY CO. ments for rent. Phone JS5. W, T.

the boy was canceled and the Starke, and Mrs. Louise Wilson of News (hourly) (news) Of Starke Ja<**n- tfcbl'
For Person Persons Engage in father charged with allowing an : Gainesville; two step sons Otis 12:15 Second Music Show & 11( N. Walnut St. TeL 383 TWO UNFURNISHED 3 I bedroom
to Sweet
Any or unauthorized person to drive his Goodman of Hollywood and John- News 12:30: (hourly). S Starke, Fla. home.Kitchen One utilities.on Reasonable Keystone Lake.rent.

car was given a suspended nie Goodman of Raiford; a brother 3:00 Mon.. Bing Crosby; Tues., 3% PAID ON SAVINGS KEY- Phone owner Keystone Heights

sentence. Lloyd Clark of Brooker; four Wed.. Dinah STONE STATE BANK KEY- 226*. tfchgTOR !

Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless Others sentenced by Judge half brothers George Tetstone of day, Guy Thur.Lombardo Frank; Sinatra, BER STONE FDICL HEIGHTS FLA, MEM. SALE-3 bedroom two bath

Yawn after warnings that the Brooker; Tony Tetstone of Gainesville Shore: home. Can be seen by appoint
more Tetstone of Starke Fri.. Gene Austin. NEED TIDES mf'nt only' Call 680; after p.m.
much Ancil ,
could be ; ,
penalites Tues. .
3:15 Mon. Glenn Miller Get them now. pay as you rida call 46! tfchg
severe were John Lonza TurnerJr. and B. B. Sapp of Holder; two Lea Brown; Ask for our easy budget term

The Name Is Registered speeding $35; Richard K. Dis half sisters, Mrs. Viola Futch of Kaye Starr; Wed. Fri., Judy Lacy Conway Sales and Service FOR RENT-Four room house, two I
Thur. Jo Stafford; Pus Station. Stark, Fla. bedrooms, bath Apply Coney Is-1
cher, violation of right of way. Titusville and Mrs. Zennie Mc- ttch. land. 2tp ZIT

Root an airman improper -I Collum of Belle Glade. Garland.
$25; Freshmen;
Mon., Four WE HAVE a new loan program for FOR SALE-140
passing: $35: Truby Slade, Funeral services were held in 3:30 Arnold; Wed., Ames farmers. Loans of 1 to S years west of Starke on acre paved farm highway.8 miles

speeding $35; Gordon L. Erickson. the Pine Level Baptist Church at Tues. Eddie Kaye; for the entire credit require. Farm? house and 2 tenant houses, 55
: Brothers Thurs.. Sammy ments of the farmer and his fam pecan trees. Persimmon
George W. Grau- 3 with the Rev. W. ; and pear
$35. speeding: p.m. Tuesday Clinton. ily. Production Credit t rwa. Electric water pump and
dons. $35 speeding: George Mouter E. Hall officiating.. Burial followed Fri. Larry Dorsey, Association. CO:! North Main. iRht*. A. R. Norman, P. O. Box 704
3:45 Mon. Tommy Gainesville. Fla. tfcbffOCB Stf>rk>. Stp 2.1J
Jr.. $35 speeding. in the family plot in Hope Wed., Tommy
Read This Florida Law Tue*. Four ,
Cemetery at Theressa. Lee Fri. I TENTH AUSITEBIABT FLOOR SANDING and Finishing.
I Sands; Thur. Peggy ; RADIOS REPAIREDAU Phnne 414WPOR rJh.n: .Tohn" Un
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
New School Lights Belafonte. Make All M4cfe
i Harry leaMaalle ..... RENT-Three bedroom
was in charge of arrangements. Cia. guarateedtHAS. house
"It shall be unlawful for any person or persons, as defined kenta, U Bring ComplaintsMayor 4-00: $ Mon. Gale Storm; Tues., C. SHEPHERD lare screened porch. Quirt desirablaneighborhood.

Morrow Wed., Teddi M W. Can St. Starke Pm. WRKIL N. Cherry St., Phone
enrage in business as herein defined, under a fictitious name as herein defined Buddy ; ,,H nr '7.T! FVvd Own ItMi
told the Social SecurityA Thur. Frankie Laine; Fri.
W. T. Jackson King; ,
without and unless said fictitious name shall be registered with the ESTATE FOR SALE-Residential lot. byl
the Ernie.
Council Tuesday night that Tennessee- For all your Real E.ta.e'H'. owner. 4 Works) wet of courthouse. '
clerk of the circuit court of the county where the principal place of business overhead traffic lights at representative of the Gainesville 4:15 Mon., Tony Bennett; See Priced to p*ll. Floyd Green, Phone
new .
Is, with Kgistration shall consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid an affidavit the high school are not workingout Social Security office will be Tues., Doris Day; Wed., Billy :i8 Temple HARRY..,,C.,. ELROD.Starke.. Fla. erg nr Itn

satisfactorily as expected.The in Starke at the court room of the May; Thur.. Artie Shaw; Fri. (Ope LItl K. laTlted' ) tfrkg FOR SALE-'52 Plymouth 4dr.
signed by all interested persons, stating under oath the names of as reported court house at 9:30: a. m. on Four Lads. radio and heater $350. Crescent I
traffic policewoman '
DICKENS TRAILER SALES Court. ? 4 miles S. of Starke. Upon
all those interested in, the business enterprise, the extent of the Interest motorists ran the light Thursday, Feb. 13, for the purposeof 4:30 Mon., Fontaine Sisters;

of each, and the fictitious name under which said business is carriedon. last Friday Jackson said. conducting social security busi Tues.. Nat King Cole: Wed., AEW USED I furniture, SALE including-5 rooms.eletrl.tnve household '

is apparently }Monroe Thur., June and Frigidalre. 401 South Cherry
The confusion Vaughan RANK FINANCEPhsie
Said registration may not be made until the person or persons desiring caused because "there is not much ness.Persons who desire to make application Christy; Fri. Jimmy Dean. St, Itn

to engage in business under a fictitious name shall hare advertised his or distinction between the blinking for social security retire- 4:45 Mon., The Hilltoppers; 602 FOR PALE-International Model C-

their intention to register said fictitious name at least once a week for four yellow light and solid yellow," ment or survivors benefits, secure Tues., Lea Paul &: Mary Ford; LAKE CITY FLA. tt planters 1JS2. 2 row fertilizers tractor., blllers Cultivator, cutaway ,

light social security account numbers, Wed Julie London Thur., Billy harrow. disc plow Contact
Jackson said. The yellow ;
(4)) consecutive weeks in some as defined by law in the county
newspaper blinks off and on when traffic is or get any other social security Eckstein; Fri., Stan Kenton. Joe Enrland.Pfrntlnt'Phnrcn across from BaylesgHlwiiv

where said registration is to be made, and said registration shall not b. permitted to pass but turns solid Information are Invited to see the 5:00: Mon.. Eddie Heywood; FOR ment RENT-Three partly furnished.room Adults apart on- !tp 2M4

accepted by the clerk of the circuit court except upon receiving proof of just before the red light comes on.I representative at this time. Tues, Guy Mitchell; Wed., Elvis ly. 128 N. Church St. Up 21"4"R G.E.after TELEVISION 4-30 p.m. Week for snle.days.Call Itp

The Council decided to ask a Presley; Thur., Ray McKinley; SMALL
i such publication. ESTATE LOOKING FOR FOR SALE Wtf of SWU nt Pec. 2 8
representative of the company Harold Reed ReturnsTo Fri. Johnny Mathis. place for rent in Lawtey. 5 room Two. 5 S. R 20 E: NEVI of REi{

selling the light to come to Starke 5:15: Mon., PattI Page: Tues., house, bath spacious porches, modern of Sec. 29. Twp S S. R 20 E. containing
into the situation. Fire DepartmentHarold Joni James Wed.. Andrew Sisters Gibson conveniences., Apply' Bessie In all 120 A. more or lees Sealed -,
and look ; Lawtey. tp
bids (with privilege of *
If in business under accept.ing i
you are engaged any name Reed, a former Starke ; Thur., Julius LaRosa; FrI., FOR SALE-Equity in finished ; office or rejecting of County) will Judge be receivedat Union <'
Lena, Home.
Recent Births fireman has returned to the fire frame home. Two miles North on County, Lake Butler. Fla. on or before
5:30: Mon., Pat Boone; Tuea, No. 1C, first graded road on left, 10 am. on mile date, March

other than own and have not had this name Mr.: and Mrs. Francis Converseof department created by the to resignation fill the vacancy of Assistant Ray Anthony Wed. Perry first R.house Kuykendall on right Route See me.2. George Pox- Butler 4. 1S58.Fla.W. .C. Townsend Stp Lake 2/27

your Lawtey announce the birth of a Como; Thur. Rosemary Clooney; 141-A Starke. Fla. 2tp Z/14
Chief C. W. PickettIn TWO flit FPRNACES: for pale, 115
Elizabeth Feb. 4 Fri, Johnny Ray.
daughter Sarah the shuffle R. C. (Red) Bu- Housekeepingapart and t%n. Mostly New Shop. 133
5:45 Mon., Glen Gray, Tues., ments land 2 bedrooms. Very rea
So. Walnut Ito

properly advertised and registered we will he at Doctors hospital.- ford and Reed was will named take assistant Buford's place.chief Eddie Fisher; Wed. Ted Heath; sonable.210 Lights N. Cherry and St.water Phone furnished. 265- lit PIECE WTFPI.F COOKWARE -

Mr. and Mis. William Edwin Thur., Tony Martin; FrI.. Three or 415-J after I p.m. ltc.'hg PTWVR WRE. f TTV.LES .
Reed has served on the depart- Suns.
Torode TII. of Gainesville announce ment two periods. 2 FOR RENT-Upstairs unfurnished All H Retail price. See after 1 P.m.
glad to give all Information to the birth of a son. William on previous I' 6:00: Third Edition (news). 3 apartment. Newly decorated. Call 408 8. Redrrave St. Starke. 4tp 2/2
you necessary as He assumed his duties Monday. 1S2 during day. After Ii p.m. see
Jeffrey, on Feb. 1 in Alachua Pickett left Monday to be with his 6:15 The Service Show. Mrs.St. Paul Raymond. 241 S. Water FOR RENT-Four room furnished. 1
General Hospital. The paternal 6:30: What-A-Burger Show. stchg 2/21 apartment. Private back and front
Mrs. W. family in Miami. 7:55 News and Sign Off. FOR RENT Small entrance. Larere fenced In backyard j
are Mr. and 4 room furnished -
what should do.BRADFORD grandparents I with patio, also gsrare.: .44.
cottage. Suitable
you E. Torode Jr. of Starke and the Saturday' I Mrs. L. D. Vining. telephone for couple.41. nlti or ro tlc. with small child. No
Same schedule above
Mr. as except pets. S70 W. Call St. Phone 113.J.
maternal grandparents are Itchsr
w.c.Tau. 1 to 6 p.m. Road Show.
and Mrs. W. F..Moore of Lawtey. MAN OR WOMIX U take .nr
Sunday roate *f established eaatomer la Wi'\r" TO RNP-fot.rn homeorefershly
"EVERY DRUNKARD STARTED 7:30 Sign on. Religious pro- Starke. Weekly profit .( U.... or furnished !SUrke or (
COUNTY TELEGRAPH more at tart potiible. No far or otherlaTMtmeat Kinfrler Lake will consider! pnrehaw. .
YOU'LL LOVE tt* new Estei MODERATELY YES WITH grams until 1 pjn. .Hf>laarT. Will help ya Call 210t. Itch?

'. brook p11J'S -slze contain pens In THE FIRST DRINK." 1 to 6 p.m.-The Sunday Show. get started. Write C. R. Rable. Dept.
Bra 6 to 8 -Same schedule as F.I. Tho i. R. Watktas Company 1I'Jtt'I"1'g IflO acres 1n&
at p.m.
shades. Only $3.09 NATIONAL )
paatel I ( VOICE UeaphU I. T.... Wood FREE for hauling. Call I
f r0t ford County Telegraph. week days.. -- 1 t. Herb Drive Ian 12*. XtnPGE:8L'
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Sunday afternoon guests of Gainesville Sunday afternoon.Mrs. Church. He has been ill.
Attends Poultry Meeting Mrs. A. C. Belche Mrs. L. B. Mrs. Eva Harrell were the Ercell W. H. Sorrells very
KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTSBy E. F. Aiken attended the meeting STATE FARMBy Cooper and Mrs. j. G. Caldwell Edwards family of Raiford. ter of Jacksonville visited and the daugh-L.I Those on our sick list this week

i last week of the Southeastern attended the all-day'meeting of Mrs. Pitt Baxter has returned L. Doyles last week. are Lavern Dyal. Mr and Mrs. C.

Mrs. J. Russell Young.uauu..au..u..AAA Poultry Association in Atlanta Mrs. J. O. CaldweUAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA the Home Demonstration Club home after visiting with her Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kelly of S. Kelly Ruth Mann, and Mrs.
Ga. The meeting required the County Council in Brooker last mother in Jacksonville last Calvin Johnson.
visited the
C. S. Kellys
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city auditorium to house exhibits A. C. Belche and little son holster of Jacksonville and Cpl. Les
attended the
Miss Newbill Speaks I;[explained :Mr. Young is built around Stork Shower sing at Sardis A. H. Hall of Jacksonvillewas
The Keystone Heights Woman's:!i, the "Healing Team", composed and was attended by representa- Mrs. Phillip Murphy of Lake Fred left Sunday for Albany Ga. Baptist Church in Worthington the weekend guest of Mr. and Hardee Jr. of Parris Island were
Club took a look at Radio and!'!! of physician psychiatrist tives of the industry throughoutthe Butler daughter of Mr. and Mrs.. where they will visit her son-in- Springs Sunday. Mrs. C. S. Kelly. weekend guests of the W. E. Big-

Television on Tuesday. Jan. 28. at I,.and minister and is a closely coordinated Southeast. H. D. Starling, was the honoreeat i law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Russ visit- Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Dyal visited ham and Lloyd Wood families.Mr. .

the luncheon meeting in the club I' course of study and CHURCH NEWSSt. a lovely stork shower given by. Donald Turnage. ed the Sunny Dukes family in Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Kelly in Waldo and :Mrs. J. H. Sullivan were
rooms. Miss Mickie Newbill of the clinical practice, dealing with per Anne's EpiscopalThe Mrs. Louise Starling and Mrs.i Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Hinson of Lake Butler Tuesday afternoon. Sunday. in Trenton on business Thursday.

Department of Journalism and sonal counseling, particularly in Auxiliary of St. Anne's Betty Starling. Appropriate -games' Live Oak were Sunday callers of Sam Knightten of Brooksvillewas Mr. and Mrs. Louie Brown of

Communications University of illness. The North Carolina Bap- Episcopal Church met Wednesday .and contests were played and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cannon. the weekend guest of Mr. and ,Jacksonville visited Mr. Brown's -

Florida and director of the Uni tist Hospital maintains a staff of I morning at 10 a. m. at the churchto prizes awarded the winning TTTTTTTTY Mrs. Jones. mother, Mrs. H. O. Brown Sun- I MUSIC LESSONS
versity's FM Radio Station programs five Chaplains, who serve the hos- hear Mrs. Virginia Atlinson of 'guests. Fifteen ladies were pre- TTTTTTTTYYYY9BROOKER Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Norman

touched on some of the pital and as instructors in the East Palatka, president of the sent at this delightful party. Mrs. and children of Lady Lake visited day.A.. I. :Mann, and Ethel and T. J. Accordion Guitar
past in radio and gave a previewof School of Pastoral Care. Woman's Auxiliary Diocese of Murphy opened her many pretty Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Russ Friday Mann accompanied Marvin Mannto !I Piano Marimba

what the future may hold in The addition of a new heater to Florida. The meeting was followedby and useful gifts. Delicious refresh- afternoon. the home of Alec Mann in II I Beginner Instruments
radio communication. Miss New- the Woman's, Club rooms makes a'coffee hour. ments of drinks and cupcakeswere By Barbara Sue Davis G. E. Green. Shirley and Linda Dundee last Sunday. Marvin will Furnished
bill spoke of radio's "built-in" the building more comfortable.This On Thursday evening the regular served by the hostesses. &&.&A&AA&&& &_&&&...aaa Green visited his parents the remain and attend school in

ability to convince also radio's should help the attendance Parish supper was held. The ]March Of Dimes Dance Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Lewis Leslie Greens over the weekend.Bill Haines City. Thursday Afternoons

ability to give the news faster in fact, last week the Rotary Club I speaker for this occasion was The March of Dimes Dance was and children, Mrs. Amanda Lewis, Hinson of Oldsmar was I I At last Rev. Roop of Starke is 119 S. Thompson St.

coverage. We agree with Miss had the largest number of visitors I''Canon Robert J. McColskey of St. held at the State Farm Community Allen Lewis, and Mr. and Mrs. H. visiting his daughter Cherie over able to be back at Dedan Baptist
Newbill that this has been the in House Saturday night the weekend.
some time. j John's Cathedral Jacksonville. Club on E. Stokes attended the funeral of I
year of the "Horse" in TV-we 65th Wedding AnniversaryMr. Canon McCloskey is well knownin February 1. Miss Cathy Fortnerof Mrs. Stokes' ,sister Mrs. Onnie Mr. and Mrs. Dave Green visit- .

have a better appreciation of both .and Mrs. J. L. Hetherington this area for his work in Family Lake Butler was,crowned queen Hunter at the Salem Primitive ed the Alex Williams family in SOMEONE ILL'? You depend
radio and TV after hearing her and children attended the Counseling. by Mayor A. L. Driggers of Lake I Baptist Church in Lake City Wed- Jacksonville Sunday and Mrs. can
talk entitled. "Radio and TV- 65th wedding anniversary of Mrs.Hetherington's i Butler, and Misses Irene Boles Green remained for a few days. ,
Attending the meeting on Wed- nesday afternoon.Mrs. p11L on US *to fill''* your doctors prescriptions -
Where We Go From Here?" her at- Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Chambersand kl N'fIU11
Do grandparents and Laura Barnes were
on nesday in St. Augustine of the Viola Gillis visited her sister -
Miss Cleva Carson program chair- Saturday Jan. 25, at Avon Park. Council of the Florida Diocese tendants. Mrs. Edna Gordon, in Mica- son of Jacksonville were din- promptly and with the utmost
introduced the speaker. consisted of gold ner guests of the Eaven Hodges
man The celebration-and family reunion were the following members of Decorations nopy last week.
The Keystone Heights Woman's was held at the Garber St. Annes, Mrs. Charles King Mrs. and white crepe paper streamersand Dewey Stokes, Mrs. Wilma Sunday. accuracy. Our extreme care in filling

Club will meet ,Tuesday; Feb. 11, home on Lake Bird, with six children Hopkins Mrs. N. W. Hardenberg, clusters of balloons. Door Fipps, and Mrs. Maxine Lee of Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Goodge of is
at 2 p. m. AU members are urgedto eight grandchildren, and six Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Dawson. prizes were given by merchantsof I Jacksonville visited Mrs. H. E. Starke and Mr. and Mrs. Eaven r, every prescription your guarantee
attend as several important great grandchildren attending Lake Butler. Raiford., andKoch's Hodge were fishing at the Scout
New officers recently elected in Stokes Friday. that you will get just what
matters will be discussed at this besides the honored couple Rev. Drug Store in Starke. Hole Monday.
Mrs. Pearl
St. Anne's Markey and Mrs. H.
meeting. A tea hour will follow and Mrs. S. L. Brumbaugh.Tea W. Hardenberg Auxilary, re-elected were: Mrs. N. About 100 persons attended",the E. Stoke attended services at New Mr. and Mrs. R .P. Gano had the doctor ordered. .
the business session. Mrs. W. B. Honors Mrs. WashabaushMrs. presi- dance. as guests to celebrate'Mr.. Gano's
dent Mrs. Hope Primitive Baptist Church
; Blizzard vice- ,
Dawson president will preside T. L. Southerland enter- Mrs. P. D. Fancher, Jr. wishes Saturday night. birthday the M. M. Gano familyof
Gainesville, and the O. R. Gano
of ill- for
after an absence because tained on Saturday afternoon to sincerely thank everyone I
treasurer Rudolph Stokes of Alachua
; Mrs. Carl Wistrup.
ness. with a tea honoring her mother. their help cooperation and con- family of Swan Lake. Sunday.Mrs. .
visited his the
secretary Mrs. parents, H.
; B. Dawson
Rotarians Hear ProgramOn Mrs. Walter Washabaugh who is Christian tributions in making the dance a Stokes, Saturday. Rodgers Mrs. E. A. Dupree .
Education chairman DRUG STORE
; and Mrs. Mattie Fowler were
"The Healing Team"
visiting the Southerlands. Amongthe success. I
Mrs. Hunter McElrath social Mrs. H. E. Stokes attended an
Rev. J. Russell Young ministerof friends calling during the Joe Harden who has been a student Sunday afternoon guests of Mr.
old fashioned
quilting at the homecf
Mrs. Hardenbergh 220 N. Temple Phone
the Community Church of Key- 'afternoon were Mrs J. Albright publicity. at Murray State College at Mrs. Jewell Eddie in Waldo and Mrs. R. F. Gano.

stone Heights was the speaker at Jones of Swathmore, Pa. and Mrs. Murray Kentucky and John Thursday.Mrs. Mrs. E. M. Hazen is visiting the

Friday's meeting of the Rotary M. H. Barwick of Lewiston Ga. Community The Church Mitchell of Princeton Ky., also a H. P. ,Gainey Mrs. S. M. Strayhorn family in Wildwood for -
Club. He gave an account of his Birthday Celebration Community Church will Murray College student were some time. -
hold I Matt and Mrs. G. W; Davis visit-
summer's study at the North Dickie Martin celebrated his a Family Night Covered Dish over-night guests of Mrs. Louise ed Mrs. R. R. Carlton in Fair Aubrey Hazen and sons visited .
Carolina Baptist Hospital at I sixth birthday on Saturday witha Supper which will feature family Harden Saturday night. Mrs.I banks and, Mr. and Mrs. Lane .Mr. and Mrs. Winfred Hazen in -- OPEN
Winston-Salem N. C. The hospital party at his home on Lake Key- recreation.There will be a nurseryfor Harden carried them to Tampa on Goodson in Gainesville Thursday.

in conjunction with the stone. Sixteen young friends en- young children, but those of Sunday where they will enter the Thursday afternoon Mrs. H. P. G MOSTLY NEW SHOP
Bowman Gray School of Medicine joyed the party games and birth- school age will enjoy the fun University of Tampa. Both' )'oung Gainey visited her granddaughters -

offers a course in hospital counseling day cake with Dickie. "with the family". The evening'sentertainment men have been given full scholar- the Collins sisters, who are GAY'SHome

for ministers. The program, Winners In Duplicate Bridge has been plannedby ships. patients in the Gainesville hos- 133 SOUTH WALNUT
Mr. and Mrs. Fremont Tolles an expert in this field. The Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Crews spent pital due to an auto accident in AppliancesYour
first last in program will begin at 8:30: and, the weekend in Montgomery Ala- Shoes
KEYSTONEJEWELERS won place Monday close Fairbanks late Wednesday after- Clothing Toys
the duplicate bridge'play at the at 8 p. m. bama with their son and family noon. Friendly

Keystone Heights Woman's Club. Boy Scout Sunday will be ob- D. E. Crews. Enroute home, they Joan Campanella of Graham Dishes Stoves TelevisionAND
I served at the Community Church. ate with another and Norge Dealer
Expert Watch Repairing Second place was won by Mr. and I supper son Barbara Sue Davis and Jean
Mrs. Raymond Starnes and third Troop 105 local troop sponsoredby his family John Crews, in Monti- Endicott were luncheon guests of
Quality Jewelry place Mrs. Bert Christoffers and the Rotary Club, together with cello Sunday night. Miss Nell Oliver in St. Augustine NQRQE APPUANCES MANY OTHER ITEMS

Walter M. Muhlhofer- Mrs. Ann James. The Club meetson their Scoutmaster and leaders Miss Cecilia Norris, who is a I Saturday. Miss Oliver the
Monday evenings at 7:30 in will be present for the Morning student at Florida State University weekend guest of the Amanda New Ladies Shoes priced to $9 $1.00

Worship Service at-11 a. m, spent the weekend at Mrs. Lewis family. COLEMAN HEATERS and
/Keynotes Milo Seiglers and returned to New Ladies Shoes priced $12.95 $.98
Charles Eats; son of Mr. _;:and Tallahassee Monday to resume
Barbara Sue
SPECIAL i Hedidicea; on First Quality Drapery Mrs. Fred EHis'spent the weekendIn her studies. visited Mr. and and Mrs.Dickie Dorsey Davis Service M,Makes' t NEW CAMERAS gh' e$2.50Children's
Fabrics Green Cove Springs visiting In I Mr; and Mrs. P."S.'Crews. John Of
Threlkeld and Mr. and Mrs. Rich- Appliances
Custom-Made Draperies, Slip Covers, Upholstering the home of Mr. and Mrs E, Rivers of Starke and Mrs Carl- ard Davis in Jacksonville Sunday.Mr. 100% Wool Sweaters $1,59Men's .

ESTIMATES FREE PHONE 2861 ,Wayne Geiger. Nettles of New River visited- inJacksonville' and Mrs. Paul Emery and Phone 10 100% Wool Sweaters
Arthur Bamford has returned to on Sunday. of $4.00
son Palatka '
his home.on Lake Geneva and is Dinner guests of the Oscar guests of Mrs. Eva were Harrell.weekend Starke, Florida 9. I II
making Crosbys on Sunday were Mr. and
a good recovery from recent '
Mrs. H. B. Kelley and children of

s. E. M ,KAY REALTOR I Mrs.surgery.Robert Woods newcomerto Linda Gainesville.Spence Mrs.of Starke Beulah and and Mr. I

Keystone Heights, suffered a
and Mrs. John Spence of Jack-
Senior Member Society of Residential Appraisers severe burn at her home on Lake sonville. *' foR
Geneva last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Crosby
BR Mateory. Neat. TUrd bath BR Fraiur. Oatrr .( tows.sad Mr. and Mrs. George Schaeffer and little sons were spend-the-day .
half. LK. DR Kit. J por.hru.Ite. NVat.f r. doctor storm, grbool.ehurrhrn. their family and guests Mr. and p tWt !
of Mrs. Crosby's mother
lot sear new garage. near khopphir. frivrd for guests r
M-booL ,ISSC8.. quick. .al. $a.23a. I Mrs. Everett Fox. Mrs. Mary Mrs. A. K. Douglas on the Palatka r KOCII'S
Smulski. Bob Fiertz Pawlokow- Road Sunday.

Ktystone lak, laRd, brarb. Mainrj. Near fti'honl: Fram BR. LR. ski, Margaret Muir and Herb Nelson Mrs. L. B. Cooper spent Thurs- Z
BR. LR, Kit.. Din. area Kit. Porch. Bath. 4iarace. Work Jr., enjoyed an oyster roastin Mrs. L. _
Tile' bath. I.ae. kbadr lot. ,la room. Pretty lot. Low doa path day night with her sister
!.... ,It.6b6. Term. Good trrm. $*,75t. the Schaeffer's yard on Sunday J. Smith in Statenville, Georgia.Her J
I afternoon. The oysters were gathered mother Mrs. J. A. Green returned A

over at Crescent Beach. home with her after visit- \ IS HEADQUARTERS THIS
Mr. and Mrs. George Blue are ing Mrs. Smith for several weeks.
enjoying the visit of Mr. Blue's Mrs. Alice Anderson of Starkewas
CHECKING ACCOUNT WOULD BE FOR sister. Mrs. Earle Clements of a Sunday dinner guest of her YEAR, AS USUAL

Morganfield, Ky and Washington.D. son-in-law and daughter Mr. and

C.Mr.. and Mrs. Bob Randolph had Mrs. H. N. Green of Jackson- FOR VALENTINE GIFTS
Open An Account Now as their visitors last week Mr. ville is visiting her son and n

At The Randolph's parents Mr. and Mrs. daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. A. '&'t & AT JACKSONVILLE PRICES
Harold Randolph his sister and J. Green.
brother-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Don Our community was saddenedby

KEYSTONE STATE BANK Wilson, and their daughter San- the news of the death of Mrs. Give Him An Eliev j//en>y e 9 iRsuartmA
dra, Mrs. Sandra Alumbaugh and Margaret Brooks of Raiford last

Member F.D.I.C.A Mrs. Opal Tharpe the latter Mrs. Monday. Sincere sympathy is extended (

Friendly Bank in a Friendly Community Randolph's mother. her son Judge S. B. ELECTRICRAZOR j(9

Mrs. John Fredericksson is a Brooks. I
patient in the Bradford County Guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. W.

Hospital following an attack of Murphy were his brotherinlawand '
pneumonia. Her condition was reported sister Mr. and Mrs. n. C. $ oi ,
ADEQUATE FIRE PROTECTION as improving at this writ- Turner of Moultrie. Ga. for the

means adequate coverage ing.Mr. weekend and spendthedayvisitors RONSON $19.95 '
and Mrs. Axel Malgren haveas on Monday were their She will appreciate and enjoy usinga
I* your fire insurance their daughter Mrs. H. C. Miller and
I guest Carl Hansen of St.
adequate for toda, Minn. Mrs. Richard Taylor of Jacksonville gift from our complete line of all ROLLECTRIC $29.95
higher valuation*?Cheek Paul.
6 on home, and Mrs. Robert Thompsonand Always I
your coverage
Miss Gertrude Houser enjoyed a the leading brands of Cosmetics.
property, and buuneaa three children of Columbia,
a.v novel Be aure it meeta today'a visit from her nephew Harold S. C. SCHICK $17.50 A WELCOME
higher' replacement Houser, of Chicago and his Guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. D. up GIFT
U e'll be lad
wata. to help
( friends, Fred Zimmerman. Bob
you.iConault ua today! Frako and Richard Volland, all !their Starling son-in-law for the and weekend daughter were WATCHES & CLOCKS Here are just a few of the famous

Way Safe. INSURE NOW! of Chicago. The boys enjoyed a '
Mr. and Mrs Raymond Reddingand names found at our Perfume Counter
Florida holiday between se- t
little son of Wildwood. Also
r1 Walrath Insurance Agcy. mesters.YYYYTVYYYVvvvVVvvVYTYVY. visiting on Sunday were Mrs. $2.25 up
Starling's brother and family. Mr. -
"As Available As Your Phone"KEYSTONE
I and Mrs. Samuel Kirkland of l

HEIGHTS 27S1Whitman's Jacksonville.Milo MAX FACTOR TABU
Seigler was in St.' Augu-

stine on Wednesday as one of the
By Bin. Gordon JonesAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA delegates from the Episcopal $1.00 FABERGE OLD SPICE
Church of Starke to attend the up Large Assortment

opening session of the 11th An-

Candies Eddie Norman celebrated his nual Council of the Diocese of PEN AND PENCIL SETS
birthday on Sunday Feb. 2. Those Florida. HEART BOXES

foryour IN VALENTINE BOXES who enjoyed it with him were his Miss Jane Richarde who has BILL FOLDS By SHAEFFER AND PARKER

wife Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jones been employed in Gainesville by

"The Perfect Gift To and Carolyn Mr. and Mrs. Her- the Nutrition department of An-
; i e) bert Norman and children of Lady imal Husbandry for the past year J.OO $10.00 590 $8-50 J.9S $25
** 3* s Please All Ages" Lake, and Mr. and Mrs. Thurman and a half has resigned, her
\r M Jones and sons. position and is now employed in

Full Line of Cosmetics and PerfumesValentine Weekend guests of Robert Nor- Jacksonville as secretary to the BEAUTIFUL VALENTINE CARDS FROM 50 TO $1.00We

man were Mr. and Mrs. Albert U. S. Fidelity and Guaranty Co.

Norman and son of Mulberry Mrs. Mrs. J. H. Ritch of Starke wasa
Novelties and Other GiftsWe Maggie Norman Mrs. Maude Morris Sunday visitor of her daughter have three registered pharmacists on duty in

and E. Norman of Gainesville.Mrs. Mrs. H. M. Richarde. order to serve you best. Bring your prescriptions to -

take pride in our rapid and accurate Prescription C. L. Atkinson of Brooker Miss*Nancy Bates a student-at us. ,Pay 1 less and get the best. With our large volume KOCH'S DRUG STORE
1 Service. Let us fill 'your next prescription. visited the Reed Lewis family last P. S. U. came home on Friday.
of prescription-filling we buy most of our drugs
week. She will return to Tallahassee on ANY DOCTOR'S PRESCRIPTION FILLED I
PHONE 2161 Sunday guests of the E. C. Wednesday.Mrs. direct from factory. Thus you are assured of New,

BELOTE DRUG STORE Lewises were Mr. and Mrs. Wood- Milo Seigler and son Mike Fresh Drugs for Less Money. I
row Thomas of Brooker and Mr. visited her parents Mr. and Mrs.
and Mrs. H. H. Lewis. Bryan Whitfield in Campville on


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r" ,., I ,. I I ." '" paralysis which had caUSed';her YYWWffTY- T fftvvVv,qq proving,*but please continue to .I Service personnel Bill Haas and PtE'G :
I to be an Invalid. She has been pray in her behalf. Lecn Carter have been running I

Home.Demonstration. gradually, growing.worse but,the : UkMPTON Prayer is also, requested for Mr. level lines to locate water control
I family was not expecting her : McCormick who is very ill and ditches forM T1S' Carter and YOU HELP.

Notes, death when it came.. She was a for Ernest Harris,whose,condition Wade Gaskins.
r By Mr.::D.. E.: Wf '
Morris Carter'hating
member of the Long Branch was reported better. troubleon sane

by" ChUrch.-Burial *was:In the Long A/AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA/ Mrs. Marshman Reddish was st1D1GT15: the lower parts of his field. By
-I L Rbss'B = SOl* "
poRffitetf ,
putting in some shallow ditcheshe
Branch Cemetery:- A good majority Sunday guest of her sister Mrs.
School News
Home Demonstration!Agent5 of the people in this section Ida Lee Cox of Green Cove will be able to control the'watr I
are1'related'to Rosa:She has:lived Mrs. Eva Henderson, music Springs Soil :Conservation in his field and not over drain
Ne'habii' Softtfert' 10yearmembers teacher, $ been unable to,meet
will presented the Morris also
here/at Clay Hill all '-of her life area. plans to do
We are glad to, see Mrs.
The real new-comers' in' the awards by Ml&s'' Holstein the and'wii1 be greatly'missed by'her clases'at, Hampton Elementary very NE W- SBy' some land shaping which! 1l prevent -
Harold Norman home from the
fieid)>f"fiche'lahndrysupplifs, are District Home DemonstrationAgent. family\.and 'friends' School for the last three weeks, Bill Haas water standing in small low
and back"at her desk in
fabric softeners. Examplesf of The annual dress revue and.is still-confined- bed.! hospital pockets in his field.
those.'uvthVstores'are! NuSoff arid will feature- members modeling Kathleen Nolan Miss Louise Raulerson, first and the Sheriff's'office.. Soil Conservation service Wade' Gaskins plans to control t
: i Kathleen, daughter: of Hattie seeond grade teacher was abeent' The WMU held Its program and
Sta Puf.'iTheye PUt garments they have made:' Two Complete soil the water level in a pond which
fabrtc tlttj-sqftnesS and I fluffiness 'will be selected to represent the Nolan was fatally injured'in a from classes three, days, due to business meeting Tuesday eveningof i and- water conservation floods and drowns out his crops.ALVAREZ' .
car wreck Thursday evening'Janddied' Misner sub- I' last week'at the Church. Mrs. farm plans were prepared -
that'have'be'en"? rin ]aundderingfArMtherl county' in the state dress revue illness, and Mrs. Jean
for Walter
Friday morning about 4 E Martin Vin-
remarkable feature stituted forherrTommy Morris Carter gave the opening -
this summer at the University of
is that they have an anti- Florida. Another' phase of ,the'j o'clock. The woman who'wasin' ;; Barbara and Patricia' prayer.-Th devotional was rend- cent Cecil R.Talbott.Smith, George H. Lee and I:!! '

stiHC-effect"'on' those fabrics program will be exhibits depictingthe the 'car with her died before they Johnson children >of Mrs. Frank ered by Mrs. R. L. Mprgan. Themeof i 1'1'1 I STORE'Men'sClothinr'
could"get' her' to" the hospital: Walter Martin's farm plan calls 'ij
which\ tend to cling in_cold"Weath-' year's work Johnson have transferred from j the program was "Doorpostsand for Iry II I I
Kathleen is well known here asshtf a summer and winter cover -
Hampton school toStarkeEle- Gates. Mrs. Jimmie Lee offered -
eri That is, they keep materials The 4-H'club girls will also exhibit i for his
from clinging:: Fabric'' softeners'I their work at this time: I' was reared hi this section. I mentary School, since the family the'closing prayer. will crop use Borre cultivated lupine for land.winter He

reduce wrinkles' and-prevent :deep After the covered dish lunch, Ida Manning had the misfortune moved to Starke last week. Mrs.Freeman: Crosby was host-
Striata Crotalaria -
set creases." They 'make ironing Miss Dorothy Ross Home Demonstration to fall off the top "of the car PersonalsMrs. ess to'a lovely birthday dinner
planted at the last cultivation -
much easier. Agent, gave a demonstration where she and her sister and J. H. Saxon, and Mr. and and party Sunday given in the
of his
for the
They are equally effective when on using fabric soft- brother were playing Sunday, Jan. Mrs. W. A. Saxon have been visit- honor of. her husband, and her mer corn sum- Friday, February 14 10':00: A.M.
cover crop. By the use of a
used in' the washer or for washbowl eners in the home laundry. 26. It seems, complications! set in ing in Perry with Mrs. Madison J sister Mrs. :Bffl Reddish. Gifts legume cover Walter will add '

laundering; provided the Those present were; Mrs. A C. and by Thursday gangreen had Lee,' who has been confined to the 1 were received to'mark this happy much needed, crop organic material to 200 Head Sell -. Featuring The. Get and

articles are agitated a few minutesin Belche, Mrs. Dave Green, Mrs., developed in the arm and by Saturday hospital ''there. eccasion. the soil, which at the same time
the' rinse;/ Lawrence Wiggins",Mrs: Sam ).ic- Feb. 1, the arm had to be Mr. and ''Mrs. Walter Lamoree J. R. Kelly} and George Huggins will increase nitrogen, content. Service of JAGO

The amount, recommended for Garvey Mrs. Tim Rogers"Mrs.J.iG. removed Of course we all were and 'children of' Kingston-N. Y announce, a Planning; Committee Vincent Smith is going to put

uSe is based on the pounds of Caldwell Mrs. T. W. Markey, shocked to learn ,of her misfortune have been visiting'with the Leroy Meeting"will be held Friday even- in Pensacola Bahia for permanent :

clothes In the load and not tra the Mrs: Roy Cooper Mrs. P. L. Din- and suffering. She is a Rhoden' family near Hampton, ing at ,'1::30'"p, m in the Court pasture. His plans are to raise SUN: LAKE: RANCHLutz

number .of gallons of water in the kins, Mrs. A. H. Hardy,'Mrs. A. C. member of the Clay Hill Baptist and are now living in a trailer House in 'Starke. Among those riding horses. Vincent is also gong
littte long 'way. Ellis Mrs. Church, daughter of Ted and Ida park in Starke. Mr: Lamoree is Florida
rinse. A goes a E. L.-Cox. and Miss that are requested to be presentare to 'plant Coastal Bermuda to ,
With aom .-one'ounce will soften Dorothy: Ross. Manning. We do hope that no Mrs.:'Rhoden's brother. : Clayton Crawford, Wade be used for a hay crop.

an 8 to 10 pound wash load. Dates To Remember further complications develop and Marvin Faile pastorof'Hampton Gaskins,. Darby Gaskins Cecil George Glee is using Pensacola
These''new'fabric softeners-- are Ferbuary'8- 4-H County Coun- she can soon be at home with the Baptist Church, spent last Crawford; Morris' Carter Felix Bahia for his permanent pasture
not detergents soaps or water cil meeting, Methodist RecreationHall. family again. week'in -}.IyrU ,Miss attending a Sapp,, Harold' Norman and Rod; grass.

softeners.-Add-'them to the last' .' Bobby Padgett. son of-Mr. and Bible conference. man Underhill. The' purpose of Cecil Talbott is planning to One mishap:

rinsewater.: If bluing is used, add Februarys 4-H County Coun- Mrs Son Padgett is in the hos- Wayne Matchett attended the this meeting is'to set up a plan plant Giant Striata- Crotalana fora

the fabric softener: 'to rinse'fol State Fair: pital with pneumonia. Was ,taken wedding of Bob Amend -and: Miss.for the Market to follow in the land builder in his pecan grove. can't:.
lowing the bluing rinse. Iff starch March 1-8 National 4-H Club': to'he hospital'one'day last week: Cynthia Elmer at st: Patrick'sCatholic future'.-AssiStance and advice will we

Is';used add the fabric softener'to We k.. Louise Johns ha* been sufferingwith Church in Gainesville !' be offered bR' lph Alvarez, assistant A. P.Johns, G. P. Shuford and

trie rinse,water before the clothes April Achievement Day, flufor several days: Myrtice Sunday afternoon:, I' -director of State.Markets. Bob Paterson' made requests fora insurer you

are starched :Starke: Brooker. daughter of Mr and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. G. P; Wadsworth Our farmers were" well 'represented soil ''survey and a complete soil

Fabric softeners are safe on all April Plant Clinic, Starke. Lunnie Padeett: is on the sick list. spent last weekend In Bunnell I last Friday night and are and water'conservation farm plan !

washables. They mate'an fabrics We were"more than glad to see with! Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wads- greatly concerned 'in the matter. Their land lines have been located against
softer and fluffier but have a n..YY.Y' worth. main discussed rules of the road,'we can'pay
'YTTTTTTTTTTTTTT Mrs: Ronhie Lane back in churchwith The topid during on' aerial photographs and requests Tf caught violating the
dramatic effect on such things'as James VT.: Home, U. S. Air Forceis the decreaseof But we provide insurance
us Sunday morning; She was the past was for a soil survey and a finesor store your lost
bath towel,*shag"rugs, chenille CLAf HILLby discharged from'the hospital Fri- home'on leave from' Douglas; volume in business. This is complete soil and water conser- your rotection against\ cticaUy aU other driving risks:If the you'reyou rightkindbring
and corduroy articles, all knits, day''of last week; where she had Wyo.pending' re-assignment' caused largely by farmers'who'sell vation farm plan. Their land lines not sure have'all the car insurance you nwl-and it for' ,

an "diipefs- air.. been" for;more' than- week with Australia. Prior" to coming'hometo at the fields'and at other markets. have been located on aerial ; your policY in to us.We'U gladly review you
There Is another new product, pneumonia.We Hampton, he'attended special The key to the success of this project photographs and requests for soil Without obligation, of course.
.P nt's'"Zelc n" fabric conditioner I training for two weeks at -
D ized
and selling
is the working
are glad to learn that Cuyle in survey have been made to the
which is emerglng'fromthV Preston Johns Wilkinson is able to be up some Cambridge Research Center together at our home market- Soil Conservation Service soil
laboratory At present a man Boston Mass. market can' mean betterlivlihood' HARouc.ALLAcENcY,
Tuesday of last week Preston and can walk a few steps without and good scientist who will make soils map
fabric Mrs. D. E. Hill
is1' marketing' and
uacturer a -
for the farmer and the
help. It seemS he has had'a very of their farms. These maps will
Johns this life] after .
departed a Park '
"Zelcon" in drove to Pomona SPECIALISTS"
softener containing I daughters "ll1'SURA:'CE
seige of sickness we just business man. be used to prepare a completesoil
short illness. He had suffered severe .
the New England area under" the from high blood pr Ss Iifcr some hope he doesn't have any more last.Friday.to'vrsitMr; and Mrs. If you want to hear good and water conservation farm 200 E: Call'Street Phone" 146..

tride name "Downy Dry. time and' had a light stroke of trouble of this kind. As all can recall C. C. Hill. Matchett'' visited preaching and experience Chris plan for their farms. Night: Call Harry Rabb, 536-J

County Council Meeting paralysis not long ago. Burial,was he is suffering from a clot of : Miss Barbara in Daytona Beach tian-Fellowship'meet with us in Starke, Florida
The Brooke*Home Demonstra- in Long'Branch Cemetery Fridayat blood that developed on his heart. Lillian' Kissam all our Church services-bye now. The local Soil Conservation
from- Saturday to -ThursdaYthis
tion Club-was host to the County
11 o'clock. He has lived in thissection1 John Wilkinson is the new -
Ciuncil,on''Jan 28. Mrs. P, L. week. She is in between semesters
of the country practically pastor of the Clay Hill Church; of'Florida' in :
1>inUhs''of'Lkwter'vicepresident! : at the University
all of his life and is well knownby was elected last Wednesday even- ] \ PRICES ;
presided in the absence of the! Gainesville iORDEEADiRSRIPPAYQF'IttWWE91}
president, Mrs. L. E.'Bugger all. He.leaves- his wife Dora, ing. We are sorry to say we made I t Lacey' Pringle now of Green, : 0L
sons Floyd and Marcilee, and mistake in the date of the sing former Hampton- -
Plans were made for the Cove Springs' a
Achievement Day..program toT beheld their families as well as-numerous at the Clay Hill church. We said resident, is hi Bradford" County
relatives' friends who !' but it will be
in April at which time the other and it'will be Feb. 15, hospital for treatment. Mrs.
I; '- -, .1 will miss him very much. the 8th.Of course we live to make Pringle visited here with the Dan '
Jerry Senllejr mistakes, and this is just another Johnsons on Sunday;

Jerry Sculley,. who lived -in the of mine. Raleigh Brannen drove to.
arp nt tI': BiiilSerF&iy Yellow' Water section died Tuesday '
We learned Sunday that some- Clearwater, Lakeland, and' Bar- -
.* .. of last-week and was buried one beside us can fall Ernie Pad- tow Friday and Mlssl'Jessie May :: .
Yeaf&'ExperienVeNitfJW&k !n the Nolan"-Cemetery Thursday. gett was butchering hogs Satur- Brannen of 'Bartow and Dennis .,,. ,. _

[ ; ; Alterations It seems -he'had been sick for. day. Irene and Grace Lang were Bfannen of Lakeland returned ,,- '

some time. He leaves numerous I carrying a tub about half full of with them for'the weekend.Mr. I. -

felt br"Vritt Estimates relatives and friends to mourn water, Irene stepped in a hole one and Mrs: C: H. Layfield and .

his departure. of the dogs had dug started stag- family and Miss Suzanne Keyesof ',,.

Melviii. Mayes Rosa Mosley gering and said she flopped all Gainesville visited Sunday with ,

Rosa Mosley, wife of Brooksie over the back yard before she Mrs. Nora Layfield and the IP- t

Phone 313-J Mosley who has been an invalid finally fell down. Finally Irene Raleigh Brannens. 'r, t--,- ,
for some time suddenly departedthis and the tub both :went down, and .. ....1 '\1'" *' people bought new Ford can
: Box' Starke "
P. 0. : 29 life Thursday evening. She regardless of the>cold weather the .TYTTTTTYT/TYYTTTTTTYYTW Y.; 1937 than bought' other'1OWESTPRICED2DOORS
: ',. ,. any
I? ; had suffered several strokes of cold:water splashed 'up on her. 4'DOGRSMore. And now this leadership is pay

I She said if the weather would; I IIE'! rLlj R. rN I -and ; in prices that are louerthan in

have been-warm;, she vwould have, ti 1 ;) beautiful Custom 300 and

JOHNSON & COMPANY j fbeen 'cooled-off.- She was so 'sore Sirs:, Harvey McCarthy luxurious Fairlane Sedans! In' fact
and stiff from the fall Sunday' -J.. j. *"'... \ I ILOWESTPRICED suggested delivered prices for the

CERTIFIED PUBLIC\ACCOUNTANTS I she walked with difficulty.The :..uuuua.iC.AtiuiAaHowdy "low-priced three show Ford is lowest'

possums have not come to Neighbors, I, guess we s .w n> priced in 17 out of 19 models!

see us any more but the rabbits are in for some more 'cold'weather -

Wish to fcttiotiBcfe that ,in >order to"serve our Starke area tiave. We discovered they had just since Sunday was sunny. DidI f f' '
hear some'' cne askwhy? Be:
clients we will be !In Starke each Thursday from 10 a.m. to about cleaned the tops off of all
of carrots and cause Feb, 2 of each year is when
4 p.m. We willlbe )orated itn the'Ferryman Building on S. our sampled the
according to rural American
peas. Decided to look for Mr.
Court Street behind Koch's Drug Store. 'We may be reached
tradition the ground hog leaves
Rabbit, he wasn't in the garden
In JacksonvUWvaf<20W Park"S&eit'or'
the burrow whereat, has been
so we went out in front of the
house looking-BosS, the cat. went hibernating to discover whether

PhoDe-EV' S- 'nl'' with us to help hurit. 'Got the coldweather-wilT; continue If the

rabbit as he was coming to the groundhog cannot se e'its shadow,

garden, but Jim didn't get his feet, it remains'above ground, endingits Ford sells' 46% more station wagons

Members of, thfe American Institute of Accountant, the Fla. wet as he didn't go with us. Anyway -' hibernation, but if its shadowis r than else -and no wonder!

Institute( of &pA.'s. and enrolled 'to practice before the U. S. this is one less rabbit to eat visible [lit the sun is shining] six AllsixFordwagonsarepricedIO\\er anyone:
the more weeks of cold''weather' are ,
garden:If they want to be safe models''
Treasury Department and-ableto eat, they had better in'store- and the animal returnsto i S'ITIOHwrIIGONf than comparable competitive: ,

stay away from here. its burrow. Ground-hog day ', ) Infaet; Ford's'2-ddor Ranch Wagon is

\.' I t falls on Candlemas. An old'church __ the'lou;' t-priced wagon 'in its field!
III' tradition 'maintains that 'plea And only Ford offers an all-new Interceptor -
-- -- ---- --- a
sant Candlemas' means 'a cold V8. Team it with Cruise-O-

spring; this belief has probably ij Matic pr vi and save up to loIFoifgajf: *

given rise to the legend.
TOWN FINANCE COMPANY i Those celebrating birthdays

throughout our community were

144 WEST CALL ST. PHONE 544IJL Free D i1 'Crosby. Floyd Cowart, ,v. 'Ii, ",'
Mrs. Bill Green Mrs.,Ancel,Nor-

man, Mrs. Bill Reddish and < "

Now MkkingLOANS Yours -Truly; you're expecting 1 ,

,; :TO\ ALL PERSONS to read our ages-that has been

censored. But seriously may we

Regularly Employed" Without-Co-Siwters- each be 'blessed ,with martyr more .
M VMI H MHMMMMMM BBMM H MMMNMM H B } years in which to1 serve .our

LOANS'' FOFT ALL ,NEEDS Precious Lord and Saviour.Mr. .
ford fc'America'i biggest-selling convertible -
.and'Mrs: Raymond Redding
: I $25.00 TO $600.00 and babyof Wildwood visited Fri: and one look tells yowvuhy

day and Saturday with MrvRed- With its'; meek, ratlines and
LOANS OF ALL TYPES ding's parents Mr.: and Mrs: D. J i;% LOWEST-PRICED' dazzling'interior,'this 58 Ford is aU the

R. Redding; I things you ever dreamed a convertible'I ,

Personal, ,'Furniture, Auto, >Re Estate'WA'NS Mrs..George Parrish and.daughter could be-yet it's the Totcest-priced convertible

n Mrs. Bobby McClellan visited of them all! Come in and see!

FOR ALL? GOOD PURPOSES Friday evening with Mrs. MamieClarkin' Discover for yourself how Ford givifv

St.: Vincent's Hospital in more car for less money.
COn5olidate-Bills- Reduce MedicalTaxes Refinabcing you
Payment, ,- Jacksonville. '
Emergencies, Etc. MrT'and'Mfs: 'Charlie"" Hffllard

and family of-Jacksonville were pay'a caFt :

LOANS' TO: SUIT' BUDGETS' Saturday overnight guests of Mr. ; : ;what for? 4 : The fine"ecr of the low-price! Reid!

Small Monthly Payments k- Up To 24 Months arid Mrs.lIen'y' Thornton.Mrs. ....
Lois Henson and baby of
Jacksonville spent the weekend

LOANS 'AR-E OUR) BUSINESSWe're with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.

ire Here'To"Serve hErnie'Johns:
You Regardless of Who You Owe

1 i"
SEC US"'FOit' PROMPT"EFFICIENT sons -and' families. Mr: and
Mrs: Gene'KellyotZephyrhil15'DnFriday'and

IScobie] Kelly Mr.of and Palatka Mrs.-"Warren sun- -

?I ri R flLtcE'I, 'A1.Y: day.Sunday visitors of Mrs. Mamie A. .
I.. AT-'STARKE Clark in St. Vincent's' Hospital' in
Jacksonville were Rev Walter Lee,
I .1t'-tf\:, Cal l'St1'? (AcrossStre> romO'\ 1len'a
'! ---. ..._ -_ ______ ___ _, and Mrs.:Bill Green and'Mr. and I l\\lDISON'' AND.ADAMS STS. ,PHONE 118 ,STARKE, PUt.
Mrs R. L. ;Morgan. She is im-
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: VVVYYTtvvVVVV' YY1 ted by Monday. Mrs. Royal ttTYTTTYTYYTYvvV.VVTYTYt Rowell Prevatt family The Bradford County Bank a I County Telegraph, a newrp?er 1 IF orili Land anT lu nitration rum.

NEWS, OF lOTERESlf TO: COLORED thanked.'the patrons and1fr ends :Miss Mary' Julia" tch"of, Tallahassee corporation Simon J. Temple' and published in Pradford County,, ,.;..." ut .'.....oJ... .... .. .irtt KluriuaCui.uiatu
his wife Sarah J. n. ltd iiiikauun grantee's.sutt'ee. .
Temple: ; George: Florida! and having a genem-atcir. i.
at .
CITIZENS OE, Ebenezer Church last Sunda'ynight IAfTWriy! \ was_met in Lake City on E. Pace and his wife Margaret culation: in said county. '.'C.- aau a..I"'.>I. and any ana all
BRADFORDCOUNTY for-the' unknown i>t-i>ous or |t.tnirs claiming
cooperation they Sunday by her'mother, Mrs. Joyce Pace; Albert Y. Cooksey; W. D. WITNESS my hand as Clerk of
Parnes; J. it Johns and his wife, said Circuit Court of Bradford by, through, uuut-r or agajust any vf
had given her chairman for the '
Futch the above nanunl defendants and
Miss :
'Mrs. Joyce T. PatchtAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Elizabeth Terry. I I Anna C. Johns; En'in Johns; T. County Florida and the seal of
By'Ozora J. and all unkown
Shell or
past two years'and basked for continued They visited Mr. and :Mrs. J. W. William Pemberton; Mary E. Pem-: said Court at Starke, Bradford *claiming ay any rIght. persons title t>r interest parties!

1h1&1&U4A41AAL&AAA1ASAAAAA1AAAAAAAAA1& I support in the March of AA. TeUy'at' their home and J. J. I.erton l ; Elizabeth: F. Johns; Annie County Florida on this llth day. in and to tne following described
A .. :}l Jones also known as Anna M. of Janunr.D.. 1J5S.
--- I II Dimes. This is, privilege'as. lands in Bradford County1. Florida,
Lincoln:'- Do6f1ass'Banquet Mr. and Mrs. Paul Haydon of Smith at the Veterans Hospital. J] Long.: and her: husband. J. X. Junes; (CIRCUIT conn SEAL) viz.
I I dramati sk1t by the Shells Stu- well as responsibility' 'a Chris- They attended services"at'HopefulBaptist T. W. Elarbee and his wife, Cora Charles A. Darby, The Southeast: quarter of the South
The American Legion Post 314 dent talent' was' rich and varied tian 'to 'give and 'give generouslyso Phoenix. Ariz. are occupying the Church in the Elarbee; Eveline B. Bennett: ; Mar Clerk of the Circuit Court of east quarter (SE 1-4 of SE 1-4) ofSeuiou
Be evening. tha L. Bennett also known as Mar- Bradford Fourteen It). Township
nd-Aimnarjr will sley' house.; The Paul Smithfamily' County. Florida. (
at sponsor a bene with final decision of judges going that we may win the' fight Rev. Edgat. Wilkinson of Starke is tha L. Jones, and hr husband Theron A. Yawn, Jr., Attorney for Five tS)' South Range Twenty-two
dinner on Saturday Feb 15, to Ben McDo gild'for his 'wonderful against polioReno' .- are staying with the Hay- pastor of 'this church. Aaron' Jones; Hannah L. Bennett; Plaintiffs; Post Office Drawer 791 (22): :!) Kast. lying West of the rightof
starting' at 8 ''p. m: This Turkey 'vocal Theatre dons. Lorena Jones; Leonia U\erstreet; Starke, Florida. 1/17 4t 2/7 way of Seaboard Air Line Railroad -
solo. Honorable
mention Mr. and'Mrs. Less the of of
dinner Rudy Higginbotham H. L. Overstreet; J. W. Andrews I way
1 is
in the interest of the i included Mary Alice Roberts, The Come see. come hear the Rock Charlton Baxley of Dothan and daughter of Maxville and his wife A. D. Andrews; JacobJ. Slate High1l'ay0.. S-12a and: U. S.
building fund of the EcclestonCMlahari Ala. brought Gene Donn to his' Jjhns Hannah L. Overt-treet andher Highway Xo. 301.
Wailers, the- Mary Helen White and Roll Call at'your comfortable visited Mr. and Mrs.\ Nathan Star- ; YOU ARE 1I1ItERYOTI FlED
Cripple:Children's Home 'trio''and others. R no Theatre on Sunday'after- home here on Saturday. Gene had I I husband. Henry L. Overstreet; NOfrHE TO DEFEND that a suit has bene filed against you
ling'duririg the weekend. C. .
EV. Hayes and his wife, Anna M. Cirrnit '
in ( url. Bradford
Orlanda: spent several weeks with ouily., in the Circuit Court of Bradford
of both I Igroups Contest Ends noon at'S:30'p. Everybody'will Hayes John D. T.
m. Mr and Mrs. A. J. Wilkerson'and ; McKinley; Florida? I. 'I ham-fry. County. Florida in Chancery in
... J have_ tickets for the donauon..We I I ,The annual Miss RJE High andElementary'contest jumping, so come and join in Dothan. Mrs. Barry, Wilkerson' visited Hewke and his wife Alice C. M. lan R rhithester. Plaintiff. n.I whkh the plaintiff Amanda Black.
hope that Mrs: Brad Norton and daughter Hewke; Walter H. Sergent: ; Mae Kosilie Chichester. IVfendant. burn a widow, seeks to quiet: title to
them you will get' 'closed on Friday withthe fun with 'great stars in the 'Wesley' Wilkerson family! in.. Hewke Sergent: : ; and Allie B. Hitch, I Case Xo. l.4'8uiirp the above described lands for her own
early so that plenty of'food ,' Jan. 31, and''was very successfuL "R ck Around The Clock." Ad-' and Mrs. Selma Eunice were Jacksonville on Thursday: if alive, and if any of the above To Appear use and benefit and for the use and
will be available forI all remain in Jacksonville on Saturday' for I named persons be dead: then his To: Rosalie Chichester. whose resi benefit of her grantees by warranty
The guests. The elementary, class winner mission will" thesame Mr. and Mrs. Quincy Rosier had unknown heirs, devisees, legatees dent is New YorL:, X. Y. and whose deeu. "4
music and-entertainment will 'and teacher was Mrs. Maurice adults' 36c', children"'21c. Come an engagement with Mrs. Eunice's as guests during the'w ekend Mr. grantors; lienors, creditors or other ad' ress is P. O. Boy 15!*. Wall- Street n -- -- Starch :3, 1958\ ; is the return day of
be1 furnished' by the! doctor persons' claiming any interest In Station, New York. X. Y: thus X''tiie and you are hereby required -
members of JWl te'who had wnitthe' and bring the family comfortable
; the over $300 and 'Mrs; J. L. Slade'and familycf the hereinafter: described propertyby I You are hereby notified that a suit to file (personally or by attorney -
11th grade of RJE- Mrs. F. S. high school class and teacher heating and seating; E. J. Givens, :Mrs.- Georgia Ann Sapp had 'as Hampton, the Edmond Rosier ; through under or against each for divorce ) with the Clerk of said Court,.
Pierce in charge. Otto''Williams guests during the weekend Mr. has been filed against you in ihe your answer or other uefenses, If any,
was Mrs. F. S. Pierce who manager. biuh deceased, and all other persons
reported above
family of Macclenny- and' Mrs! I named Court and cause and to the Complaint in said suit, on or
will play the drums, 'Enoch ,Allen I and Mrs. Pete Burney and Mr; claiming--any interest in the prop-
well'over $100. The coronation Church 'News Homer Hart of Jacksonville.Mrs. >ou are required to serve a ropy of -fore the said 3rd day of March.
at the piano, and the First and Mrs. Everett Burneyof Jack- erty hereinafter described by, your answer or pleading to the complaint 195S, and at the same time serve a
Mary Helen
date has'
not been set'but will be Born Elder P. Howard Erlie Padgett and 'children through under or against them or on the Plaintiffs copy thereof upon JENKINS A JEXKIXS. -
White trio, with'many other featured announced' this paper: A won- pastor,- will hold services throughout ; sonville. visited Mr;'and Mrs. Lige Douglasin either of them; and all other per- Attorney J. Donald Gibson 100 2J4 5.V.. 2nd Avenue. naineI !'-
vocalists. Commander Julius derful the Mr. and Mrs; Bryant Tucker sons ,claiming any right title, or Smith Building, Jacksonville ::. Florida ville. FI"r lta. Attorneys for Plaintiff.HKP.KIX ,
complete inter.ommiml-/.: / day"on Sunday starting Lake Butler Tuesday afternoon: interest whatever in or to the fol- ; I FAIL NOT, or judgment
Royal will serve as toastmaster. cation system will with Sunday School, Supt. L. D: and four children of Fernandinawere Mn and Mrs. 0. J. Norman and lowing lands situate in Bradford' and file the original in the office of I will be entered again*! you by de

The1' feature of the Auxiliary will RJE as one of the objectives of Griffin' in charge. The morning Sunday dinner guests of Mrs.Tucker's County, Florida, to-wit; thCI..rk of the Circuit Court on or fault.
be son were Friday overnight guests I Beginning at the Northwest before the 3 day of March. 195S;; : THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELE.
the installation of the newly I this drive. It will make it devotion will be led by Sister Z. mother, Mrs. Leona Ed- of Mr. and Mrs. Laurie Carter in Corner of Block Thirty (30) of otherwise the allegations of said Complaint GR.\I'll. a newspaper of general cir
elected officers for 1958-59. wards. the will be taken as confessed by rulation in Bradford, (Courtly. Florida: ,
On for the principal to Lane aDd S. Strong Jr. Preachingby Jacksonville.- original survey of the Townof

Sunday at RJE the- following officers wittrall teachers.from POSSible// the pastor or appointee. At I The Robert Cantons of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs; Rufus Prevatt and appears'Starfcev'of Florida record in the the public same 3'olI This! : nothe shall lie published, onceeach is hereby in whith designated thin notice as tne shall newspaper be-
elected arid called the Frank Cruce week for four ooii'-erntive weeksin published week for four publications -
were on once a
pPOinted: and, the-teachers to 5:30: p. m., President, Mrs. Leona*M? Royal; principal" fromeach classroom. Beverly' Strong in charge.A family- on Sunday afternoon.: the ,Wilbur Bells on Saturday Deed"Book1 X,.page 759 and run this 23 day of January 193S.OFFICIAL :; Mnrdi. A. D I35S.

lirst vice, Mrs. Martha Whitley; This will not only save shoeleather'bu't'mucITtime short program will be presentedat Mrs: Claudia Strickland of South' Seventeen (17) degrees ( SKAL) :. WITNESS my hand ahd the seat of
evening" Fiftyfrve ( minutes West '
(55J Chailes \ Dai by. Clerk of the said Court at 'arke. Bradford Coun-
second vice, Mrs.: Corean'McNeTl;; l and 'enrgyon the end of the lesson.'All young Gainesville was ,the Thursday along the East boundary of Circuit Court I. ty. Florida this 25 day of January

seCretary, Mrs. Pauline Marshall: I the part of the teachers and ,'. people have a special invitation overnight guest'of h f sister, Miss I' vyyyyyvyyyyyyyyviyy1'V Walnut Street 271.2 feet to a By Marian L. ('ro..byDt'I'uty Clerk. A. 11.. 1958.OFFICIAL.
point of 1130:: 4t
treasurer beginning. From the ( SEALtCharlee
; Mrs: Ella Pearl Burroughs principal ahd w01 enable them not to attend this meeting and share ElizabethTerry.. point of beginning thus described A. Darby as Clerk of said

; Chaplain, Mrs. Sophia to waste so much time in transportation your talent in the program and Mrs. Bennett Wilkinson is stay- -11.16 II L A-N-D- run thence South Sixty- 'I Circuit Court.

Royal; Sgt.-at-arms, Mrs. Alma and mobile communi- i discussion. At 7:30: the evening ing in Jacksonville with her eight minutes(68)East degrees 73 feet Fifty thence(50) j, In The (irruit Court of Florida, Jenkins riv Marian& L Jenkins C'rolbDt'Jutr Clerk.

Jenkins j historian Miss' Frances cation. Hats off to all the teachers I sermon will be delivered by the grandchildren while their mother, run South Nineteen (19); degrees -' For f-.UIilh'Bradford Judiii.il(:.ount(irruit), la, (In liancerj.AMAXUA And'. Attornevs for I'lairtlff)

Jenkins! financial secretary, Mrs. for. doing a 'marvelous job. pastor. Missionary meeting will be Mrs. Joe Napier, is in a hospital. Uy Sin. Lacy NormaaALAAbAAAAkALAAA&kAb Thirty-one (31)) minutes : BLACKBURN, Gainesville.224 S.V 2n.l Florida Avenue
Altamease Chandler; Friends of the Harold Norman Fifty (50) seconds West 84.59 j, a idrfw', for her own use 1'31' -4t !!21
; reporter, since not a single'person reportedless held each Wednesday night at the
I && feet; thence run orth 7: degrees -I and benefit and the use
Ozora Shell. Mrs. Alma Jenkins than $50. church. Sis. Ruby Mae Albert, family will be glad to know that Twenty (20) minutes West and benefit of her grantees .

has accepted the general chairmanship Basketball president. AU members and Mrs. Norman has returned from Mr. and Mrs. Burton Coruthers 70.5 fret; thence run XorthSeventeen : by warranty deed,

of the banquet and is I The'RJE Junior team played friends are cordially invited to attend St. Vincent's Hospital and their of Jacksonville were weekend' (55) minutes((17) degrees East 89 Fiftjfve feet- PUintiif\s. QUIET:SlIT TITLE TO BILL DING" Says:

asking pie complete cooperation ''Anderson Junior team' ot Lawtey our services in the friendly son, Charles, is back in school guests of Mrs. Ruth'Marr.' to point.of beginning lying and MARY SMITH et al.,

of all' 'male and female members. and split the wins. The girls of Temple in South Starke Lincoln after several weeks illness. Janette Griffis of1 Jacksonville being(SE!%) the of the Southeast Southwest Quarter Quart Defendants.XOTICE OF SUIT I I -
Dd Ch pter Meeting Mrs. Mattie Henderson had as spent Sunday with 'her mother; SW.. THE STATE OF FLORIDA
Lawtey won. while the RJE boys City. Sister Wilhelmena Strong, er. ( .) of Section Twenty- 'l..- 1
The the weekend Mr. Mrs. Callie'Griffis.Mr. eight (2S), Township Six ( I I
regular meeting of Dell won. Coach Catherine Johnson is reporter. guests during (6) MARY SMITH any and all un-!
Chapter' 168 of the Eastern Star doing a' wonderful job with the Allen Chapel A. M. E. Church and Mrs. C. B. Cannon' and Mrs. and 'Mrs. Floyd Norman, South East in Range the Twenty-two City of Starke(22): 'known' heirs at law or devUet-s ofJLL1A i

lodge will be held tonight at 7:30 team and is to be! commended for Rev. L. A. Sampson pastor, held Georgia Norsworthy "of Jackson- Mr. and Mrs., Charles Mosley, all Bradford County, Florida. I i J.:. BARLOW C FITCH.and deceased any and, all MARY unknown THE W(4W >e A/OVtf C I

p.'m.' All members are asked to be thetypeofproduct she will develop regular service beginning with ville. of Jacksonville, and'Mr. and Mrs. GKEETFXGS: You are hereI.ynotit'it"d herrx at law or devix that a suit in equity .has C. STOUGHTOX. J.
present and on. time Worthy Ma- for, the future Tigeretttes Sunday School at 10 a. m., Supt. Mr.and Mrs. Paul Dinkins of St. Vaughn Prescott of' Lawtey were been brought against you and each s. BKXxinr, JOHS s. deceased BENNETT

tron'Janie' S. Mitchell has a message squad. If weather permits, the Irene Thomas in charge. At '11 a. Augustine spent the weekend with weekend guests of the L. M. Nor- of you, and also against Ruby !I and wife CARRfK B. BKXXETT, ), '
May Long; E. W: Hayes and his I HASKELL: C. REMBKUT and J1AYXES -
of and Mrs. P. L. Dinkins and mans. ,
importance'to to you.-Sister teams \efll play Crescent City highschoolthWweek. m. love feast was conducted by Mr. wife, Ruby A. Hayes; E. J. Dowl- R. 11.IIOXIropartners doing IAC
Raynell English, reporter.. On Sunday, Feb. the pastor, after the sermon little Freddy.; Mr. and Mrs.\ R. E.. Sapp and !ing-and his' wife, Cleone M. business under the firm name andstile A" %
Elementary Talent Show Miss Jackie Harley of Jacksonville children of Green Cove Springs ing; W. P. Smith; and : DO\\'I'1 of Highland I Lumber Company,
19 the principal and coaches will Jerotha Morris was baptized by Xollman and her husband Carrie E. Filth, and the respettne unknown
The elementary! department of attend th Class B Athletic As- the pastor. The' Godparents spent the weekend with her visited the' Lacey Normans last Xollman as defendants by, W.James 11.1 spouses of each of the abovenamed ARE ( )

RJE presented a talent show on sociation meeting'at W. E. Harris charged with the religious guid- parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Har- Saturday. L. Andrews and his wife Shirley I dead their defeudants re.'i>e< tive if unknown living, and spouses if- ::

last Wednesday, night in the cafe- high schol in Hastings to complete ance were'Deacon and Mrs. Vasco Beedie Norman and Zettie Pad above JS'eillAndrews. as plaintiffs! in the I .. heirs dev'isees, grantees or assigns;
entitled Court and
torium. The faculty and student ley.Mr.. and Mrs. L. C. Smith of gett are on the sick' list with flu. cause; THE FIXHtrUA LAXD AND IMMICRATIOX -
plans for the tournament which Mitchell members of Mt. Nebo that the relief sought in said suit COMPANY: also known as
talent was well received,; by all 'in will be held February 28 and Baptist Church Lincoln City. The Marietta and Mr. and Mrs. Henry L. M. Norman was recently hon- is to remove clouds from and quiet 1

attendance. Some of the faculty ,I March 1st. This has been a bad service was very inspiring to all Busbee of Jacksonville visited the ored at a surprise birthday family and the' confirm above described the plaintiffs'lands title as an to I FOR DEPENDABLE! :
features included the ; Ernest Raulerson family duringthe get-to-gether on his 47th anniver-
Harmon- season for basketball at RJE justas who attended. Second Sunday is indefeasible fee simple title there.

aires Q artette which included it has been for citrus fruit in trustee day,'your support is neededin weekend.. sary, Saturday, Jan. 25. Those to against the claims of you and
you; and you are hereby
Mesdames Lennon. S. D. Williams. Florida. When we get our gym- meeting the monthly obli- Mrs. Marian Marrs of Jackson- who enjoyed this occasion with summoned, ordered and required to Termite ControlS

M. J. Lee:; E/J.Thompklns; naIum'thi problem will be solved gations. All leaders are asked to ville is visiting Mr. 'and Mrs O. J. him were Mr. and Mrs. Dick Starling I file your1 an'wer' or' defenses to the ,

piano solo. Mrs. M. J. 'White: solo because weather' conditions will Anders. and children of Heilbronn, complaint in said cause in the office
contact members for dues.' A. C. of the undersigned Clerk of S ft CommerdW C .
Mrs. F.'s.: 'Pi rce. Winners) aIts not-caus'e-p Slp ment of so many E. League will meet each Sundayat Mrs. Jack Harvey of Orlando, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Griffis and said Court at Starke Bradford .I4rnC -

_u important conference games. 3 p. m. Sister Fannie Bell and Miss Alene Brown of Ocoee daughter, Mr. and ''Mrs.. Charles County, Florida on or before the Pest Control'j J

I Please continue to support your Frazier, president. Missionary spent Wednesday and Thursdaywith Mosley, and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd st'n-e 17th day a copy of February thereof ,on 1958 Theron, and A.to 0 Grove Spraying

teams. meeting will be held on Sundayat Mr. and Mrs. Carl Prevatt. Norman and son, all of Jackson- Yawn, Jr.. plaintiffs' attorney,

I Best March Of Dimes 4 p. m. at the home of Sister Mrs. A. H. Harley Sr., with Mr. ville, Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn Pres- whose Drawer address 71, Starke is: Post Florida Office Call FB. '6-6053
All and :Mrs. Nelson Blocker of Jacksonville cott of Lawtey, Mr. and Mrs. Gene on
-Types Did you turn on your lights Annie Randolph corner North or before said date as required by

Monday night and contribute to and Pine Sts. Sis. Elizabeth J. attended the graduationof Norman and baby of Camp the laws of Florida and the Florida Florida Pest Control) I UILOERS1

L EconomicalInstallation' the Mothers March for dimes? Givens. president. Remember your Al Harley from the Universityof Blanding, Mr. and ''Mrs. Albert fail Rules to of do Civil no a decree Procedure. confesso If you : SUPPLIESCOMPLETE
pro '
:_ Mrs: Pauhne.Marshall and Mrs. :worship; hours: morning, 11 a., m. Florida on Saturday evening.Mr. Norman and children theL.. M. will be entered against you for 'the & Chemical' Co. ? .;: 45& 333 .:
.. Normans and Zettie Padgett.Be relief demanded in the complaint.IT :-- &
and Buddy Starlingare
Mary Frazier served as cochairmen evening, 6 p. m. Let's come on IS HEREBY ORDERED that 24 N. W. 16th Ave. : at.A'L-DEPOT--==

,and Service for our division under the time and get back home in time visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ralph sure to come to church and "hie'order and notice shall be published Gainesville, Florida j 5W&&M SERVICE (
leadership of :Mrs. Leona M. to'see and hear all of the best Higginbotham 'in Baldwin., Sunday School this Sunday. Bring once each week for four ,
OfAilTypesPlumbiiig consecutive weeks in The Bradford -- --- -
Royal, general chairman. Several television programs. Religion is Mrs. Edward Busbee and the babies along. We have a

; &>Heating donations were given by church not designed to make one's plea- daughter were shopping in Gainesville nursery to put them in and some

last which included on Saturday. workers who love to take care of
groups on Sunday sures less, so come and get the _
(G NAN N' $2.30 from Antioch Bap- best first.-E. J. Givens, reporter. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond ,Williams babies. We"welcome you. -

tist Church. Rev. George Lee Ebenezer Baptist Church Rev.I of Jacksonville spent Sun-

PLUMBING: CO: [astor. All parents are asked to I Robinson pastc*,J held Regular service -. day* with the Ed Durban family.

118 Court' Street see that coin cards are returnedto all day.Sunday starting with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Teston and -r:

PHONE 514 J. the schools this week. They will Sunday School, Supt. Bryan in family carried 'their father, 'J.B.

be' collected by Supervisor Shellin charge During" the': morning service Teston, to Jacksonville on Sunday -V\

Night Call Collect 2S96 the small schools and turnedover' pastor Robinson preached where another son,- G. W., and I 1' :
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Keystone ''HeIghts to chairman Royal. The'drive out 'of his 'soul and the spirit was family had prepared a birthday \ I _'-

will close "officially on Saturday.All high all day. Several visitors were dinner for him": ___I'

school l reports'should' be comThat'a present from Gainesville. Starke I ,Mr.. and .Mrs. Clarence Mosley Gentlemen: 4 _
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,1 We enjoy The Telegraph very
and family Jacksonville spent
a visitors included: Mrs. L. M. ROY-

I Our Business 'al, C. :McNeil. E. Wright and J. Saturday with Dave'Tanners. much while we are living away :
iiii :; from Florida. Maybe this little
I S S Mit hell. On 'Sunday, Feb. 9 the Mrs: Winnie' Gordon and Mr.

V If It's Glass We Have' It! Singing Wonders 'of' Jacksonville and Mrs. Bill Zack'of Jacksonvillewere ditty will 'express our feelings tr _ _

T ,CALL WRITE or 'VISIT'Joe1 wil render program 'starting'at weekend guests of Mr. and about your paper, mdre i i clearly:

All members asked tocome Mrs.,L. S..Tanner.
7:30.: are : When the classes have been '
and hear this great singing Mrs. Robert Meyers and daughter .
Peters GlassrGorFOR rough,
C"Ja kSonV11II! visitedher
: group. Admission free, but a silver The cases complicated,

offering will be taken for the mother, Mrs. Mattie Carter, last I just dig up The Telegraph1

ANY GLASS. NEED. fingers and the pastors club. Sis. weekend. And woes are dissipated." :

We Design, Modern Store Front Raynelle English, reporter I Mr. and'Mrs. WTC.: .Hardee'and '

;Ju"sr'&fall: Us A Paten for Bridal Shower family of Callahan were 'Sunday When relatives' don't write us

Table Tops. A'Mower'was given for Mr. and I: dinner guests of :Mr: and Mrs. Bin The home town'news in bounty,

: Mrs.\ Robert Green last Monday'' Pendarvaris. We just dig ou The TelegraphFor
;((1313 N.W. 4th PL: Gainesville F1L Phone'FR.'\ 2-4353 _
.. night at the home of the bride's Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Anders spent news of Bradf-eM'County. '
to parents at which time many love- Sunday in''Jacksonville' with Mr. Now the reason' for this note d :' _
ly gifts were received. On the following and Mrs. Johnny Jenkins.
To you and your good staff
Tuesday a surprise bridal Mr. and Mrs. Truby Wainwrighthad *
Is request for renewal
party was given by the parents of as guests during the weekendMr. Bradford
To Telegraph.
the-groomiHe is the son of 'Mrs. and"Mrs. Jack Wainwright'of your-Stanley Crosby .-

Ellen Holmes employee of Brad- A1m .. 'Ga., and Mrs. Alice Lang-
2317 Marion Stireet!
bride ford of 'Lake Butler.H. .
Come in andbelVhisked ford County Hospital/The Columbia, S. 0.
is the form r Thelma Coleman, C. Kelly, went to Chattanooga -

i iI graduate of RJE High School. She Term., last.weekend -to visit .

I is currentlyemployed: at the Brad- his brother-in-law and sister,Mr. : NOTICE TO'APTEAR' R .
!. Cnrmlt Court, Brdr.r-Cnt7-H -
ford County Hospital. Robert and' Mrs. A. P. Hallman. His FUrldat 1. (,ka.etr,. .

Green is in the Navy 'and stationed mother, Mrs. Margaret Kelly,"Who Refa Lucille Kurteo Plaintiff, vs. : -"" __...-L-_ #

'at Long Beach Calif. He left had spent several weeks in Chat- Joseph John Kurtzo.i. Defendant.lz-i66 : :r -
i Case Xo. .!
%. ) the city last Thursday to resume tanooga; returned home with him. Net Ire Ta Appear .

J his d ties there. He wffl'te joinedby To: Joseph John Kurtio. whose .;l' ,.'i
Waters and
.. :Mr. and Mrs. 'James residence and address is; 24C1 Elm t f.:0: 11UU
.. his bride as soon as housing family visited Mr. and Mrs. BU- Place, Bronx New York,' c/o Mrs.
arrangements have been completed. Rose Kurtio.
? ford Higginbotham in Maxville on
...- Out of town guests to ,these You are hereby! notified that s
;: Sunday., suit for divorce care custodyand
I. ,*, affairs included Mr. and Mrs. control of minor children .
;:, Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Wilkersonwere
Walter Perkins and Dorothy has been filed agUnrt'youinlnrjabove 12" for effortless *,
::;'.. surprised with a birthday named Court and cause and ways ;new handling,
Does the interior of car sometimes look like X Moultrie of Lawtey. dinner at the home of their son- you are required iw serve & copy of
your Hospitalized your answer or pleading: to th.e matchless in a family-big car!
sahd-fjap'cbrnbihed "itl'a fat' riest-with just in-law and' daughter, .Mr: and complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney response, ,
lola Little of Starke was
Sister Alan C. Winter Jri, 319 Florida A r 4.Ffmi1y
Mrs. H. R. Baratt, at the State
a little touch of children's playground? Most reported doing fine after her recent Title Building:, Jacksonville\ Z, "
Farm Sunday. Guests included control! to 360 ) easier steering: bigThat's
:; on Florida, i -car size;' road-sure gines (up hp ,
cars get th: t1\\'ayat' one the or another. .' operation at Brewstef Hos and file the original( the"offIce
Miss Gloria Anderson Mr. and
dallywheretherearekidsandpets1fso: pital, Jacksonville. If she continues of the Clerk of thai Circuit Court on what most drivers want, and selIadjustingbrakeseffort1esshand1ing,
Mrs. V. D. Dickerson and family, before the '
or 1 air-smooth ride. You'll find dozes
to improve she will return Mereury-'SSdelivers! New Multi-Drive an a
come lnand be whisked. and- the R.- Cornwall family of 1 1Jacksnil1e. 17 day of February, 1858;
home next week! She has received otherwise the allegation of said Keyboard Control, new Cool-Power en jf' new advances. Drive Mercury now/!
Whiskbrooming car's interior so it is Complaint will be .alun..reonf..e- ,
: your expert attention from her sister, edbyyou. ; '
spick and pan is just one of the little "extras'* Mrs. Elsie Leverson, nurses aid at Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Pringle and This. notice shall be published r, ) .
family of Palatka were Sunday once each week for four consecutive ,
you can expect when you drive in to a Phillips -\ the"Bradford"CountyHospital. W..k -lnth..BRADFORD COUNTY
66 Station.- ,,::' Mrs. Lela M. Suggs was recently guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl LEGRAWI. ; j "
Mosley and family. Dated tthis 11 day of Jan., 1338.
discharged from the Bradford
; Another service Phillips -' (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A Darb,'
your County Hospital after a brief ill- The Louin Reddings, Maxie Clerk of tie Circutt-Court- F
jg 66 Dealer will gladly perform i is ;$::' ness. She is at home to her many Wilkerson. Ellery Redding and By lulu L. Crosby 1:Deputy ClerkI
.. 1/17 4t 2/7
I to clean'your windows a// thtwayaround ': friends on the Old Lawtey Road. Mr. Bruner of the State Farm -

I ,. attended a Sing at Santa Fe .Baptist Im The Tin-alt Coirt et tile F.Igkth
6'6 CARD OF THANKS Church neat Worthington. J..I..lal 'Ire-.It Cf Florida'U, ..d
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Get with
acquainted Phillips I
( : for Bradford I.t,'.
( Hospitality. May we take this method of Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Reddish,I In Caaarfry. i I '

4 *,', thanking our neighbors' and Mrs.'Mary Reddish, and :Mrs.'Eve JAMES L. ANDREWSand Case No.his IMiS wife, Don't miss'the biff- television: hit, "The Ed Sullivan Show," Sun. evening to 9 Station WRGB IMcGRIFF

friends for their kind expressionsof Godwin of Starke were Saturday SHIRLEY NEIL: ANDREWS, I

JEROME:JOHNS! OIL: CO.,':DistributorStarker : sympathy in our bereavement.For night and Sunday guests of Mr. Plaintiffs, vs. W. D. BARNES, et al, MERCURY

I Fta.- I_ the beautiful service, flowers, and Mrs. Roy Reddish of Webster. Defendants.SC1T TO QUIET. \ TITlE MOTORS

j mdDtherkindnesserwearedeeply Rev. and ,.MrsH J., Williams Order of-Pablicaltoa' aid :.Notice la ,

'f- grateful.-Wilbur Willard and and family of Jacksonville were DefeadIN TIlE NAME OF TilE STATE OFWR1D.3. PFone 447Starke, Florida Court & Jefferson SU. 1

,Mae Dempsey. Sunday dinner guests of the TO;

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radio receiving equipment. THE "TATK OF FLORIDA.
1A I W. : Charles A. Darby. grantees! creditors and other perSons title to the above described land.
J Redmgton,
if A Ii"e. and if As Clerk of the above I'tyl..dCourt
Dead to His Unknown Heirs. Des., any interest! la said as an indefeasible fee simple title
SERVICE Robert A. Salman son of Mr. Legatees or Grantees.Defendants. property by. through under or thereto against the claims of you
By Marian L. Crosby. D. C.
against t'achIary: J.
Jordan deceased. and each of you; and you are summoned
and Mrs. Gilbert J. Salman of You reelings: 2/7 4t 2/28 Elmo Rodman Struth. deceased ordered and required to file
are hereby notified that a
CHURCH proceeding -
NEWSPresbyterian Starke has been assigned to Co. to quirt title has ben broughtin and Franklin Jordan as your written answer or defenses to
!. Tk rircBit Court Of Bradford administrator of the estate of Mary the complaint in aid cause in the
the Circuit
B. 4th,Bn.. 1st Tng. Regt.,at Ft. County, Florida Court against for all Bradford persons ('Oll.t,.. Florida: I. (........r,.. J. Jordan. deceased; and to all office of the undersigned Clerk of
i Jackson S. C. for his basic infantry -. claiming any estate right. title or interest J. :M. EDWARDS and LUCILLE C. persons havingor claiming any said Court at Starke Florida. on
in, or lien upon the following EDWARDS, his wife.Plaintiffs right, title or interest in and to the or before the 10th day of March.
training. described real property situate m following lands situate in Brad 1938, and to serve a copy thereofon
Bradford County. Florida. to-wit: VI.SEABOARD. ford County FlorIda. to-wit: Hollid V. Knight plaintiffs at-
Pvt. Edwin E. Prevatt, son of Pvt.- Northea.st one-quarter (NE 1H) of AIR LINK RAILROAD From the SW corner of NWVJ torney, whose address is Starke
Church At The TabernacleGrcups Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Prevatt of I the Southeast one-quarter (SE 1'4)! L'O.lPANY.! et al, of SKVi of Sec. %9. Twp. C S.. R. Florida. on or before said date a.
I Starke has been Mr. of the Northeast one-quarter (XE Defendants.OTICK 23 E.. run North 629 feet, thencerun required by the Laws of Florida
assigned to Co. 114) of St'<'tlon Thirty-six (S". > TO DEFEND East 210 feet TO A POINT and the 1954 Florida Ruin of Civil
Friday Adult Choir Practice,' from the Gospel Tabernacle B. 4th Bn., 1st Tng. Regt., at Ft. ford Township Five (5) South. Range I. The >nme of thr Slate of FloridaTo OF BEGINNING thence run East Procedure. If you fail to so do, a
'l:?0 p. m. j I. will be Jackson, S. C. for his basic infantry radio Twenty-two (22) East containing. Florida Railroad Companynow 3(7 feet thence run North I degree decree pro confesso will be entered
attending Bible
Con- against for the relief demanded
(16) acres, more or less, subject to known as Atlantic Gulf and East 201 feet to South line you *
Sunday Church School for ferences at Hillsboro Haven Wellborn training. Upon completion course the road right of way of State Road I West India Transit Company, a of right of way of State Road in the complaintIt
all ages 9:45: a. m.; Morning Worship and Park of the Palms this he will receive further advanced Signal : 1211; I Florida corporation L. C. Prescott 100 thence run West along said Is hereby ordered that this or-
and you are hereby required to file Julia C. Prescott, J. S. Lane, Lenora South line 370 feet thence run der and notice shall be published
Service "GOOD INTENT- week. training or will be assigned to an The with the Clerk of said Court your Hollister Franklin Jordan, Albert South 1 degree East 1S6 feet to once a week for four consecutive
IONS." 11 a. m.: Youth Fellowships Army school. Dobbs written appearance personally" or l>y H. Mitchell. Franklin Jordan. Point of Beginning being in weeks In the Pradford County Telegraph -
6 Dr. John McNeill will fulfill a I attorney)' in said proceeding on or Jr., Mary J. Mitchell James T. NWi of SEJ, of Sec. !9, Twp. a newspaper published In
p. m.: Evening Worship return appointment here on Feb. I field I.before the 10th day of March. A. P. Coulter John McRae if alive, andif 6 S., R. 2! E., containing 1.69 Bradford County. Florida and havIng -
Service. "THE TRIAL OF JESUS" 14, 15, 16 enroute to his home in Edward N. Green: seaman apprentice 1958, and thereafter to file service on any of the above named per acres, more or less: a general circulation in said
7:30: p. m.Tuesday. the opposing counsel and file with sons be dead then to the unknown GREETINGS: You are hereby 1 County.
Washington. D. C. USN son of Mr. and ,said Clerk your written defenses! if heirs devisees legatees, grantees notified that a suit In equity has WITNESS my hand as Clerk of
The Circles of the Mrs. Willie E. !. The any. to the Complaint at the times ,creditors or other persons claimingany been brought against you and each said Circuit Court of Bradford
Other ,
Women of the special services are being Green Rt. 1, ( ... prescribed by law. therein setting up interest in the hereinafter described of you. and also against SeaboardAir County Florida and the seal of
Church will meetas booked. including the Southeastern Starke is attending Radioman the estate right title or interest in. property by, through under Line Railroad Company, Lou- Mid Court at Starke. Bradford
follows: Circle 1 will meet with Bible of or lien upon the abo,e described property or against each such deceased; ella T. truth individually and as County. FlorIda. on the! 4th day of
Mrs. Bill Johnson at 620 College group singers.Lutheran School at the Naval Station Norfolk claimed bv you. Herein fail not James T. Soutter and John MoRaeas guardian of the person and property February A.D. 1938. '
Pinewood or judgment will be entered againstyou Trustees of Florida Railroad of James Rodman Struth. a minor. CIRCUIT COURT SEAL)
Drive at 8 p. m.; Circle 2 will Va. Students at this schoolare bv defaultWITNESS Company. and all persons claiming Merrill Struth and Katheryn CHARLES,' A. DARBY
meet with Mrs. Claude Crowson. Services trained to W. J. my hand and the seal of any interest in and. to said property Louella Struth a minor as defendants Clerk of Circuit Court of
operate transmitters and If said Court at Starke. Florida, this 31 by through, under or against ; that the relief sought In I Bradford County Florida.
505 W. Madison St. at 10 a. m. 122. E. Washington St. radio direction fingers Heirs. January. 19.CIRCUIT :>3. each and every such trustees: the said suit is to remove clouds from Hollis V. Knight. Attorney for
Wednesday Group Bible ( COURT SEAL) unknown heirs, devisees legatees, and quiet and confirm plaintiffs' Plaintiffs. %/'% U 2/M
Regular service will; be held "" .-
Study. 7:30.: F- =:
every Sunday afternoon at 2:30: Ir": .. ..- -..=:100
Circle 3 will meet with Mrs. Louise
oclock; Sunday School and Con
Harden at the State Farm at,8 p. firmation classes at 3 oclock. -

m.Thursday The Rev. Myron G. Mader, pastor -
Junior Choir Practice of The First Lutheran Churchof '

3:30 p. m.Methodist, services.All Ocala. will conduct the : \ ftey t Churcft ,1histueek. J1/ eJ/l /\

Church I
persons witnout a home T .
church are invited to attend.
9:45: Church School for all

11 Morning Worship. CHRISTIAN CHURCH:

6:15: "Dine-A-Mite" for Senior Christian Endeavor 7.50
and Intermediate MYF. p. m. Bible Study Wednesday. .. .: .a.. ,
7:30: Evening Worship.A .
7:30 p. m. Sunday Morning Worship
nursery is provided for both 11 a. m. Evening Worship, _

morning children.We services. for pre-school 7:30 p. m. Bible School 10 a. m. ,.- ..9c1. ...,s.t. .. ..'4 .s..
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welcome you to come and FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH .'
worship with us at these services. .
E Massey Pastor


Preaching. 11 a. m. ,
Sunday SchoOl, 10 a. m. :MornIng Evening Service 7:30 p. m. ..,
Worship. 11 a. m. Evening Bible Study and Prayer Meet. .. .

Worship 7:30: p. m. Training ing, 7:30 pm., Wednesday.Radio .
Union (Sundays) 6:30 p. m. MidWeek program 8 to 8:30 a. :

\Prayer Meeting, Wednesday m. each Sunday over station .t.... .; .. .. ? ...'f;-.
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Madison Street Baptist ChurchPresently i ASSOCIATE STORE

,( Meeting Washington \and Grand Sis.) SMITTY'S J. F. Jaudon


EACH LORD'S DAY Dennis Smith conceived the giant Atlas supporting the world on his shoulders for even in

man some power had to per form the function of holding the planet in ,place GIB BROWN'S

Sunday School _____________ 9:45 A.M. most powerful constructive force he knew.

Morning Worship __ __3 1:00 A.M. it was discovered that, the earth was held in place by the power of motion the
Training Union -_____________ 6:15 P.M. W. L. THIGPEN and rotating movement produced that power.
Evening Worship ______-___-___ 7:30 P.M. evil movements! of,the mind prod uced moral darkness wars and the many other de

Prayer Services & Business Meeting, Wed. 7:30 P.M. BUILDER : Good movements produce forces of good. They produce light hospitals, schools,
Visitor and, yes, they produce churches. Churches are powerful forces in any community
Neighbor, Friend Let This Be A Cordial In. FRED'S
vitation To Worship In Starke's Youngest Church Phone 297.J' movement there is in any church the greater its power. Enter heartily into the .
church and thereby increase its potential for good good for you, good for

Nursery open for all services Room for all. ,neighbor, your nation and the world. MARINE CENTER

Rev. Jack H. Mabry. Jr.. Pastor: P. T. NoUn Supt. S. S,
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