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: February 11, 1955
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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ProfitableInterest IrrigationIs *

in Irrigation varies with __ _

the weather. Right now, after

the recent heavy downpours, with L

water standing on the ground in #**? % *L >- ** $*
AvO .4SK** V .j? f9iL many places, irrigation systems &a? icvm f*

would probably sell for a dime a _

dozen. That's human nature.

But when it turns dry with I __
each rainless day farmers look

despairingly at crops suffering for Crawford starts the pump going. Sprinklers ra1." the thirsty greens. The result a fine patch of rutabagas.

want of moisture, and do a lot of

thinking and talking about Irriga- tion plans on high, income crops equipment the damage to his ately priced irrigation system Installed tered his crops twice a week Onthe pipe which has 9 sprinklers, spacedat is enthusiastic about his overhead ness Is growing greens, which has

tion.. Then comes the rain again, even though the bottom may be crops will already have been done. last June on his farm off average, and kept right on 40 foot intervals. At one set- irrigation system.; He said re- earned him the title Of "The Collard -

and interest flags. dropping out of the skies at the The experience of Cecil Crawford. the Buddy Norman Road.. west of gathering through all the dry ting, the system Irrigates a swath cently: "A fellow in the vegetable King", he also raises a few

.But the damage done to crops present time. The specialists an industrious Bradford County Lawtey. weather. 60 feet wide, by about 400 feet growing business needs one. When cows, hogs, and berries.

and pastures during the dry spell point out that in order to be profit- farmer, is a good illustration of This system, purchased in Using a 2-inch well as a source long. To move the system to the he wants to sow greens. he can do Incidentally, he is on his way to

still remains. able, irrigation water must be applied the importance of water when water Gainesville at a total cost of $845 of water, Crawford pumps witha next location is simple, Crawfordsays it and get them". establishing something of a record,

That's whthe Florida Agri- when it is needed. If a farm- is needed. He has found the very quickly paid Crawford, as in 7 1-2 h.p. gasoline engine, througha and it can be done in about Crawford owns an 80 acre farm, for on December 17 he had for

cultural Extension service urges er waits until he actually needsit answerto the problem of steady last summer's drought when greens 3-inch main line of portable 15 minutes by one man. of which about 20 is under culti. two and a half years gathered

farmers to go ahead with irriga- to order and,install his irrigation moisture for his crops in a moder- were bringing $3 a dozen he wa- aluminum pipe, to a 2-inch lateral As might be expected, Crawford vation. Although his main busi. greens every week without fail.BmRD .

I Commissioners Seek To,Cut Spending; I II COUNTY TELEH Single C

I Discuss Prospects Of Lower TaxesHottest Copy

topics discussed at the A discussion of means of low Official County Publication Established In 1879

regular meeting of the Bradford ering the tax rate for next year

County Board of Commissioners on developed the possibility that the
Monday were keeping current county's increasing growth. with VOLUME SEVENTY-SIX STARKE FLORIDA. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11. 195.') NUMBER THIRTY-ONE
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spending at an a larger tax assessment, and .

and ways and means of reducing 'strict economy, might result in a

taxes next year. :lower tax rate. Beautification
Inland Seen As Threat
The Board went over in details, Arch Thomas Jr. presented a Turnpike
a financial statement prepared by petition asking that a portion of

Clerk Charles Darby at the requestof Maple and Hickory Streets be Meeting Is Set

Commissioner Lawton Craw-i[abandoned, for the possible use as

ford, which revealed that nearly I I!part of a commercial enterprise.The .

half of both the General Fund, ana Board determined that the For February 28A To AII'Businesses AlonlZ U. S. 301

the Road and Bridge Fund have 'streets in question had never been

alreadY' been expended in the first open or used, and then moved thata ,
three months of the current bud public hearing be held on Feb- the -

get year. The statement showed ruary 28 for the purpose. of hear- new campaign to in beautify Bradford "Starke would become another Hampton."

that of the $62,89152 budgeted in'ing any objections. roads County and was highways inaugurated week, This was the general reaction of most business people p Motel Owners

the General Fund for the here to the announcement last week of the suggested inland 1 4S* -
year A vehicle, seized by Lawtey when the Board of County Commissioners t I .\ ,2s71L'r .
129,484.25: has already been spent. town Marshal Dick Thomas whileit unanimously approveda route of the proposed Florida toll road. ?.LI&* L. & .

and of the $73,03123; in the Road was used in the transportationof resolution calling on all civic and Previous turnpike thinking had favored an East Coast 1t9\ e Plan To FightProposed

and Bridge Fund, (34,174.07 has illicit whiskey, was turned over service organizations to join withit routing for the multi-million dollar project, but the new :
been expended. With this in mind, to the Board for appropriate ac
in the program. Turnpike Authority, appointed by Governor Leroy Collins, .
the Board resisted any efforts to tion. The Board instructed the The resolution states that the .; RoutePlans
voted last week to recommend to the Legislature a central : .. Uk e
other than that Clerk to proceed according to stat- has in the of the
increase spending County course ?
toll road.
Florida path for the proposed \ 'J \jf
(Continued on page ten) recent road building campaign lost
allocated in the budget \ The newly recommended route a 1r9J
many of the trees and shrubs which would lose traffic as a result ., for an all-out fight to
would about midway between >
pass : ll\1:
which added to the of the "Before takenon -, oppose the proposed new inland
beauty are '
any steps E. -.' "- $9tsI
Starke and Kingsley Lake, running ( :
BUS In Top Form To Score county, and pledges the efforts of approximately along the Bradford- new highway construction, I Ito- route for the Florida turnpikewere

Cagers the Board, and all available funds, Clay County line. It would begin at would like to learn more about the affiis1i1l.'I discussed at a meeting of

to beautify the roads and high- proposed Federal aid super high- some 24 motor court operators
the Georgia line, near Yulee, and
ways. It invites all interested or- way program," Conner said. held Tuesday in Starke.

63-57 Victory Over Gainesville ganizations to participate in the thence the state sweep, paralleling through the courseof centerof Sen. Charley E. Johns, who has Joining with the regular meet-

effort. been ill at his home here with in- 1I4 ing of the Bradford County Motor
U. S. 301 to Ocala. At Lees-
I A special meeting, to be held on testional flu, said in regard to the Court Association were representatives -
aud kept control of the ball. Unio.1 burg the course would make a
Tornado cagers played superbly, February 28 at the courthouse, was inland route: "It will harm us more from Gainesville, High
defeat County High had defeated the locals straight shoot in a southeasterly
Wednesday afternoon to set up to get the program under than it will help us." Beyond that, Springs, Waldo, Hawthorne, and
Pierce where it
52-40 at direction to Fort
five in the I earlier in the reason
the Gainesville high he did not wish to be quoted. Keystone Heights. The meetingwas
would connect with the "bobtail"turnpike
: Lake Butler. way.At
University City by a score of 63- the same meeting the problem Johns presided over by Carl Johns,
indicated Tonight (Friday) Lie Bradford I into Miami.A opposed turnpike legislation .. i -1 '\ :: -.
57. Coach Len Register to Jack.1Onville of zoning in.the county will be in the 1953 session. but asActing 54..4 $4 ;= tr ." 9t president of BCMA.
thfe best his boys High quintet journeys glance at. the accompanying
that it was game discussed, with particular referenceto Denouncing the inland route
and candidate asspelling
have played this year. Stanley to engage the Cadets from map..shows why, local business Interestratesoconcern [ ,
theiontrol of existing $
eyesoresalong th
I Governor he-"wenf. alongl with doom of motor courts,
: nigh' for the Tornadoes B Ues Therewill be it-Squad d about'the -
CIark""W the highways, and the service stations
possible the turnpike project because, he restaurants and
with 21 points, while Bubba Williams game tonight, as originally scheduled banning of any in the future. proposed turnpike following 301 so, faid' .. ; ,, I4r& other' tourist-fed
,. he considered that he then businesses on
ball is set
of Gainesville had 31Yll. sLije a military closely from Callahan to Ocala.
represented the of all Flor- U. S. 301 from Callahan to Ocala,
llama hit regularly with his shots for the Belles gym immediatelyafter They fear that the super road will

early in the first quarter to give the game. Game time will Mothers March drain off practically all traffic ida rather than his particular district 1 -L: the group decided to embark uponan
Also, that before educational to
was the campaign inform
Gainesville a 22-18 lead at the end be 7:15: p.m. coming into Florida on U. S. 17,

of the first period. Glen Reddish Next Tuesday, a highly' rated 301, and other routes, leaving the central route, paralleling 301, had Al 4 I Ci ,, c/1,_,: I the average person since (it was
'. K. team will be in St arkeo been recommended. said) "not one person in every ten
older deserted
and Stanley Clark helped to highways except for '
the Bradford crew in the lead putt try to sweep the series with, Far Below GoalResults local travel. Among local business people and ? knows what a turnpike really is

half time 3735. During the second ,the Tornadoes for the season. The I I I Most of the business neonle officials, opinion was almost unanimously r4 -' or how the it would affect the economyof

half the Tornadoes widened ,boys from P. K. gained one-sided the c--cn in violent opposition to anipa area it traverses."
questioned by Telegraph this "as
of the Mothers :Marchon the Among the statements
7 2-46 victory over Bradford abouta central Florida route. made
the gap and effectively froze the Polio week are opposed to a turnpikein I 5Mudi IILIs4I ..
staged here
Monday night, .4. were:
month but if the last six
ball for the last two minutes. The ago; any location, and they are much Mayor J. R. Wainwright said:
are indication of the were described as "disappointing"due Land values on either side of
win avenged a MoM loss to games any more vigorously opposed to the "It parallels 301 so closely it looksto
locals' chances, P. K. Yonge will I to rain which hindered the the proposed turnpike. will be
Gainesville High earlier in the sea- central route
they were to me if it will
work of volunteer as drain traffic off
find it exceedingly difficult ,to do solicitors, 'Only the seriously hurt;
son I proposed East Coast route be-
it again. Coach Register and his $450\ has been reported from the of 301. I am not in favor of it" kHtlZ& Several motels located on a
cause they feel the closer it
In two other past comes P
games boys think they have what it takes Mothers March so far less than to City Clerk Carl Johns: "I am highway paralleled! by the Penn-
week Bradford was unable to gain : any existing highway the worseit
for lasses earlier in the to beat P. K. here in Starke. half of the $1,000 goal that had I will be for property owners and against any turnpikes in the state.I Proposed new turnpike would almost parallel U. S. 301 sylvania Turnpike were forced out
revenge At the moment Bradford High's been set. Reports from outlying don't believe they will help any of business within a
DuPont bested the Torna- I,business interests ..along that from Callahan to Ocala. Business Interests along the year.
year. 1954-55 basketball team has a 7-8 areas and surrounding towns have one 'but the interests in Miami." It
does in a hard fought contest last : highway. route view this with alarm. was urged that statistical information -
record with four gaines yet to not been received yet. County Judge T. A. Yawn: "I .
Friday, 47-41. Behind throughoutmost Due to the Since the turnpike issue will am opposed to an inland be obtained as to adverse
play Bolles tonight P. K. Yonge fact that the south- I turnpikes effects felt
of the the Bradford come before the by adjacent owners
game ; Legislature at its grounds
next Tuesday in Starke Callahan west section of Starke that it would be a ton." either
was not now or iater. I think an inland when turnpikes
cagers wiped out a 37-25 DuPont on February 18 at Starke with agirls' I worked at all Monday session beginning in April it is blow to Starke and Bradford Moore, service station route are constructed.
night would .
persons Jimmy injure this area With this material
lead at the end of the third quarter !' significant; to know the thinking of County." the motor court
and enjoyed a 39-37 lead three game preceding the boys' in that area are asked to I!.the men who will represent Brad operator: "I am opposed to a less than a coastal route. I thinkit :: operators plan to wage a vigorous

minutes later. Three quick jump- -aine, and Ketterlinus of St. Augustine 'send their contributions in addressed ford County there. County Attorney H. V. Knight: turnpike anywhere in Florida. The would do less harm because; i educational campaign before the

turn shots by DuPont's Jerry: in the ancient city on Feb- simply to March of Dimes, .1 "The new proposed route will help inland route would be extremely thefe would be access roads leading legislative session opens in April.

Ward put the on ice for the uary 16, in the afternoon. This Starke, Fla. When questioned Rep. Doyle E. us in no way. The nearer it is, detrimental to our community. I to other highways. If possible,,,

boys from.San game Jose. Clark of; game was originally scheduled for Guy Andrews, chairman of the.['Conner said that he is opposed to the more harm it will do us. It can't see one beneficial effect -it I would favor four-laning existing'
Feb. 22. I Birthday Ball held last a turnpike anywhere in Florida be will divert traffic away from would have." highways." one operating a service station,
Bradford 16 t .
through Saturday
poured pointsfor
The principal of Bradford High cause he feels it would benefit Starke." motor court, or restaurant along
the night in the USO, The only moderating voice heardin Governor Leroy Collins hfc
evening. DuPont had reports a gross relatively few gave !' 301. ,
[School, Charles S. Partin. who is as those located L. M.
beaten the Tornadoes 63-36 earlierin \ revenue of $392, with expenses of at its origin and Gaines truck stop opera the general opposition to the blessings to the inland route thu; The inland
president of Group 3. Third Disjtnct $117 termination, tor: "I have turnpike would be 75
the year.Tuesday I Class A Schools under the leaving a net contribution to 'and that it would greatly damagefinancially an opinion, but youcouldn't turnpike was raised by A. J. Thomas week and said that so far he has 3 miles longer and would cost $59-
the campaign of $275. He print it. I 'figure it will Sr., local realtor, who said: I heard no
of this week the Brad ;"FlOrida High Schools Activities expressed those communitiesit make Starke opposition to it. Obviously 000.000 more than the coastal
appreciation to all about like Hamp- feel that a is he .
ford crew fell before Union Highof :Association, announced this week I who turnpike a certainty has not talked to any: route.
helped make
Lake Butler 59-50 when Fabian ,the schedule for the basketball I -. _-the affair a success. -

Pkaff, Union forward, on a j tournament entered Bradford .DtnealCt Kinzer, county chair- I Stray I:
one-man show by pouring put 30 points (High School Play will by begin on man of thedrive, states that collections Religious Census Youth Tells Strange Story : School Board Views New Negro SchoolAfter 'I

so far from

thus through far the this hoop.season Skaffs is better average than ir.Feb.St.23 Augustine at Ketterlinus with High the School host the campaign total around all phases$1,500 of Set Of Camping In Woods Three Days I a short, routine business the State Board of Education.
-- about 50 meeting the Bradford I I
22 points per game. Gus Kopel- I team meeting Paxon Field of Jack- per cent of the $3,000 SundayThe I County During the meeting the Board
goal. Last
and year's total was $2,500. I A I School Board on MOAday adjourned formally accepted the
ousos Townsend Strickland. :jscnville at 8:15.: He 13-year-old Jacksonville boy, Packed on his bicycle at the time : resignations

Stanley Clark played the boards I Bradford meets Palatka at 8:30 reports urges in all workers to get their Ministerial Alliance of 'who stole a bicycle from a school were some of the stolen items, including to inspect the new Negro school I|of Mrs. Marjorie Chesser, teacher.

uell against much taller opposi ip m. the following evening and, if as soon as possible. Starke has made plans for a religious there, rode to Kingsley Lake, and canned soup, some frozen building at Lawtey. The Board!I Ii I I at Starke Elementary School, and
tion to keep the Tornadoes in the victorious, the Tornadoes will !ramped in the woods for three I 'I
census to be taken in Starke quail a long butcher knife, and an i found the project to be "substan- Mrs. Betty J. Blaisbell, English
ball after the first meet the winner of the DuPont-( ,
game Rural-Urban days was picked here last
quartett I Day this Sunday, Feb. 13, from 2 to 5 up Friday army blanket. From the boy's i tially completed," and accepted it and social studies teacher at Brad-
Bradford enjoyed a 11-6 Cieen Cove Springs game the fol night by city police officers'
description the
could not
p. m. I that basis. After certain finish- ford High School These have
the quarter mark. At the third lowing evening. Bishop Kenny, Set E. F. Miles and Matt Morgan.The on posts
For the
identify house he said he
DuPont RotaryThe The following churches are en- ing touches are completed it will already been filled with Mrs. Fate
quarter mark Union held a 39-36 Palatka, and Bolles are coop- officers the tered
say at the I 1
boy lake.
lead but from then on the invaders rated 1, 2, 3, 4 respectively in the erating: First Baptist, First Christian unusually bright and told was II be finally accepted, subject to the I I Brown and Mrs. Wilkerson, re
a strange Morgan and :Miles rode the boy I I
St. Mark's approval of a representative of spectively.
from Lake Butler widened the gap: tournament. annual Rural-Urban Day of Episcopal, Church story of his three-day
jaunt to the around in the
the patrol car, listening
Starke of
Rotary Club God Gospel Tabernacle First
will be lake
during which time he to his he !
madean story, until
held I sleepy
Attend Library Club Meeting regular Wednesday luncheon, Feb. 16, at the Methodist census, and takers First Presbyterian.The will be aided. improvised tent from some and then they bedded him down j Not 'YET' Council

organization in the meeting American of the greatly in their effort if peoplewill I' woods plastic sheets and camped in the for the night in the city jail. He I Necessary Says
r Leg- while
ion home. raiding nearby un- asked if they thought he wouldbe 1
I try to remain at home Sun- .
occupied lake houses for food and sent to the reform school'and I
The featured speaker will be day afternoon and give the workers other articles. Starke esidents who were pre-
'I indicated that he preferred that to I f"f f
James E. Gorman their full
'executive of Jacksonville, cooperation. On a routine inspection, the officers -I returning to Jacksonville. His paring to "tote" their garbagecans 1 r. .
secretary for the out to the street startingFeb. -
Flori. found the boy lying i mother and father ,_, : I
da Chain on a were separated,I
Store 14 sit back and relax
Council. A Tree Thieves Score bench in can a II
the railroad he
Farm Certificate station. He said. and he made his home I
will be little longer yet.
(during the meeting: by Frank awarded Lee Only One HaulIn 'said train he south.was. waiting to catch a I with his grandmother. i In a surprise action this week,

of Lake City, district forester with They continued talk- The local police notified Green' the City Council reversed its previous I
ifr Three AttemptsSneak ing with him and soon he
I the Florida Forest Service. them told L I Cove officials who came over and order and announced that

I. About 40 Bradford of .stealing the bicycle and took the youth into custody Sat- an will be made "on
attempt an
thieves made only one [other details of his ;
escapade. urday I
farmers have received morning. It
-* special invitations experimental basis" to continue
1w.-u .. successful haul, of three attempts
& I -. : to attend this meeting 'I I i giving all city residents pick-up
breaking and in Starke
w- k- The committee in charge of ar- stablishments earlier in the week. Class ConfirmedAt Lawtey Council I jrervice in the backyard rather

rangements is composed of Bill than at the street curbing.The t
Haas, Pete Reddish, and Bob Mul1ms. Sometime during Sunday night St. Mark'sThe Buys Dump Truck I announcement was made
-L ""try was forced into Van's Cafe 1& !
,following a decision to transfer one _
f...: and the sum of $60 was stolen; Rt. Rev. Hamilton West of j j! The Lawtey City Council, in man from the trash truck to the It t

Welding Outfit in unsuccessful effort was madeto :Jacksonville spoke at the morning [,their regular meeting on Monday garbage truck, it was said. II

break into the El Rancho j service at St. Mark's Episcopal!i I:night, purchased a new dump "experiment" I
If does
;r JJ Blazes WednesdayA Restaurant the same night; on church on Sunday and confirmed a;t,truck for garbage disposal and I

_. :" .-..1.1f j Monday night thieves broke class of four. ether use for city services. \work out satisfactorily! it is presumed I
'+ t>> _. '; 'iIi'f" .cr. ,-- fire truck responded to an through a back window of J. F. Those receiving confirmation.I Heavy rains have held up the that the CIty Will have to !

Starke School representatives at district meeting of the Florida alarm on Wednesday afternoonand Jaudon's Western Auto Store but |were Milo Seigler Mary Noegel i:project of replacing wooden bridges I(Ireturn to its plan of having all t

School Library Assn. in Lake City last Saturday were (left to right) put out a blaze at the B. and aside from tearing the dial off a [Marion Cottle and Harry Stallings. with culverts. So far the old Bailey ion Residents the street set their on garbage pick-up cans days out ori Leave 'em in the i

G. Truck Stop on electric weld- safe, nothing was disturbed or Following the service the Wom |
SI.V. Cressler ,
Mrs. elementary school librarian: Sonny Tenly president taken. bridge has been replaced and when I else levy a "garbage tax" to backyard, folks I

BUS Library Club; Bobby Fay Sweat and D. A. Judd delegates; log outfit owned by Joe Cumber en's Auxiliary served dinner in the weather permits, it- is expectedthat L finance the purchase of an additional -

and Mlvi Emily Carpenter, high school librarian. Plans were made Damage was estimated by the own- The sheriff's office took fingerprints I Parish. House for members of the truck and another garbage -Polaroid 1-Minute Photo by the !
er to be about $500. and is investigating. the project will be resumed. I
for the Stat contention to be held in Leesburg la April. church and their guests. crew Telegraph- i

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editorial 1910
I 1955 Report and traveling through the district. the rate of 20 cents per mile.

During the past two years, I have I will appreciate it if you will l

traveled 33,000 miles in the 8th check the above list of questionsand
The Nearer The Toll Road 1tJ': from and District from and Washington.have made 15 The trips only to return to me at the following

Ad : 'J, reimbursement for this expense address: Congressman D. R. Matthews -

The Worse Its Effects which I have received has been for House Office Building,

a 45th Anniversary Boy Scouts of America' Congress two round trips to Washington at Washington, D. CARE .

The recommendations of the Florida Turn- .

Authority that the northern extension of '-- -
pike :'ti r by BILLY
the Miami-Fort Pierce "bob-tail" pike be routed ,-: '
p -. '
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through the center of the state, passing just '- "' .7. am submitting a questionnairefor BUY A
three miles east of Starke, was hardly welcomenews ..4i '. the attention of our people in SIX MONTHS AUTO POLICYCUT
to local interests with hundreds of thousandsof t this issue of my newsletter. Please

dollars invested in motor courts, restaurants, complete these questionnaires and YOUR PREMIUM IX HALF
service stations, and truck stops. return them to me as soon as possible ALSO RECEIVE A DIVIDEND
I am very anxious to know
The proposed route runs almost directly
newlY -
your views about some of the important -
parallel to U S. Highway 301 from Callahanto legislative matters that

Ocala, and therein lies its threat to the economyof will be considered by the first session CONNER INSURANCE AGENCY

this area. The turnpike cannot be regarded in of the 84th Congress.
129 W Call
any other light than a huge siphon, drawing off tyt .- rJi 1. Do you favor admission of Phone 285

traffic from other highways that serve approximately Hawaii and Alaska as the 49th

the same area. Naturally, the closer a and 50th States of the Union? -

Yes______ No______.
other route th
turnpike parallels any more traf-
fic will be diverted from the free road to the 2. Do you think we should try MOVKNG
. super-duper toll road. to make more tax cuts this year, or
should we make more progress
The proposed new route would run northwest toward balancing the budget? -- -

from Fort Pierce to the east of Kissimmee, 16 Yes______ No______. LOCAL Safe PHONE
miles west of Orlando, and three miles west of 3. Do you believe that our OR Dependable

Leesburg then turn north to, pass five miles expenditures for National Defense LONGDISTANCE EconomicalR. 311

east of Ocala and three miles east of Starke. It ,, # are adequate? Yes______
-. No B. Alvarez OR
would cross State Road 228 about. miles from -
Jacksonville and U. S. 1 about 17 miles from Jack- 4. Should the Federal Govern Agents For TRANSFER AND
sonville and join with U. S. 17 at a point two Boy Scout week (Feb. 6-12), marking the 45th them patriotism, courage, self-reliance, and ment encourage and guarantee Dt-Ieher Bros. STORAGE CO.STORAGE. 250-J
miles south of the Georgia line The anniversary of Scouting In America, is currently kindred virtues." The Scout objective of "a good private health insurance programs?
proposed Yes______ No______.
pike is far enough from the East Coast that U. S. being observed throughout the Nation by more than turn da1I)"" is nothing more or less than a practical. 6. Should the
3,660,000 boys and adult leaders. ;Since 1910 more Application of the Golden Rule. minimum wage be
will continue
1 probably to attract its share of raised to 90 cents
than 22 million ,boys have benefitted from the Starke is! fortunate to have an active, well- per hour?
tourists who prefer to see something as they go. Yes______ No______. I I.
training .moral, physical, and spiritual received organized Scout Troop and a flourishing Cub '
But we shudder to think what the effect 301 .
on 7. Should the draft law be ""man Bids S. Court St. Starke Florida
renewed ,
through this great organization. Boys of Pack. The training received In Scouting is one .
will be if the toll road is eventually built on the ? Yesn_ NOn___.
every race, religion, and economic backgroundare of the best answers yet devised for coping.with
new proposed route. 8. Are you in favor of a pay
served through Scouting. juvenile delinquency. No true Scout or Cub could
Of course, there are super-optimists who be- raise for Members of Congress? I II
lieve that Florida"will at such that Scouting's purpose, stated In the Federal Char- ever become a "delinquent." Parents should remember Yes______ No______. l
grow pace ter granted Congress in 1916, is to the this and their sons to Join the
by promote
encourage 9. Do favor &
more incentivesfor WHEN ItfflpFEOURES I
you e / ITS
there will be plenty of traffic for the toll road GOOD
"ability of boys to do things for themselves and more than three million men and boys already our servicemen and women to II
and other highways, too. Perhaps there will
others, to train them in Scoutcraft, and to teach enrolled in this great organization. remain in.the military services HAVE I
in ten fifteen, or twenty years but that's a such as higher pay and free .
long time for investors in motels
care for dependents? 8E
and service stations along 301 to wait for a return Negro Leader Gives His Race Good AdviceA Yes______ No____-_. 4' TOLD, t

on their money. In the meanwhile despite 10. (a) Are you in favor of the 1 ._ \OUR INSULATION'SALWAYS
glowing reports by some junketing state recent issue of The Progressive ment, the Negro can set about the followed, a solution of the problemwill 90 per cent price supports for the p

officials who tell us that toll roads have actually Farmer carried a remarkable job of earning for himself the respect come. six basic agricultural crops? I

"helped everybody" in the areas they serve, other appeal by Sidney J. Phillips, a and goodwill that is due "So long as the Negro is given Yes______ No______. I
travelers tell us about canvas-shrouded gasoline man who is considered one of the every worthy American."In the opportunity to get education, (b) Are you in favor of a flex- SOLD II
pumps at abandoned service stations along highways wisest leaders of southern Negroes. a final analysis of the situa- to acquire property, to secure employment ible price support from 75 to 90 I

that parallel the Jersey turnpike and else- Phillips says, "I'd like to ask all tion, I would like, if permitted, to and is treated with the per cent of parity? Yes______
where. thinking southern whites and Ne- advise those who are responsiblefor respect he merits, I have the No______. t,
groes to do all that is in their the allocation of funds for greatest faith in his ability to 11. Should

But we're not against the turnpike just be- power to prevent strained relations public education to_ leave no stone work out his own destiny in our creased? Yes_postal_____ rates No___be___in-.
cause it will likely parallel 301 through this sec- between the races regardless of unturned that will help to make Southland. The post office department has : -

tion and pull traffic off our main artery of travel. what any further action of the equality of educational opportunities Phillips is president and founderof lost more than three billions of QCAl IfcAUtU AIln....

We were also opposed to the original coastal route Supreme Court may be. possible. Booker T. Washington Birth- dollars over the past eight years.

and are opposed to turnpikes (period) in Florida.To "As Negroes, we enjoy associa- "And, advisedly, to my own people place Memorial in Franklin Coun- If you think that postal rates
argue in favor of a toll road through tion among ourselves providedwe I would say: Use the better ty. Va. A native of Alabama, he should be increased, what classesof

. Florida, terminating In Miami, is to state, in are given the same opportunities tool which is about to be placedin was for years field representativeof mail should have their rates y -. 8tll

effect, that Miami and Florida are one and the for development that other your hands to earn for your- Tuskegee Institute, and for a increased. 1st Class________ = SERVIC {
same; that the tourist is interested in racial groups enjoy. selves the contentment and full- number of years a successful coun- 2nd Class--_--_ 3rd Class__--__. J --
average "We should not wish to force ness of life that is open to every ty farm agent in Crittenden Coun- In reference to No. 8 I would BuILDERS IUPPUEJI
Miami and that the faster he
can speed ourselves upon others who have American who is willing to pay ty, Ark. like to explain that at the
through the rest of'the state and get there the present
the same right as we to choose the price of success. In the Telegraph's opinion, he time a Congressman receives l
better he will be pleased. But such is not the their friends and associates. Given "Like Booker T. Washington, I has given the members of his race 15.000+ a year for his salary. Out A3Pl.W

case.. There are hundreds of attractions and equality of opportunity for develop- believe that if these principles are some very sound advice. of this must come the expenses he

pleasant spots along the way that visitors would incurs while living in Washington 1

stop and enjoy if sufficiently "exposed" to them. I -
But once the tourist has adopted the toll road Farmer's Diary ---- 1

route, it is going to require almost superhuman I .".

powers of persuasion to get him off of it to see By Sam McGarveythen \

the many other attractions that Florida has to

offer.To got a lot of rain. However, ,
those who
argue that the toll road is the t
the seed is starting to sprout, now.
answer to the problem of increasing, traffic, we
reply that while it may be so in the case of states i .

lying between certain points, it does not hold true ASK

at all in the case of Florida, a tourist mecca whichis Nursery berry plants are rather
scarce this year, we think, and we
in itself a destination, with almost every part are lucky to have 1,000 Missionary a.. F *K

a point of equal interest. plants coming this week from a ,5

Perhaps the most disturbing part of the en- nursery in Maryland. We would

tire matter is the fatalistic attitude that so many Busy most all of this week givingthe have preferred Arkansas or Ten-

assume when discussing the pros and cons of a berries the final hoeing before nessee plants, but our informationis Y.

toll road. They agree that there would be no putting the mulch on. It is not that they were all sold out, so TIC "ARfl t

actual need of such a multi-million dollar mon- heavy work, but it certainly is we are taking the best we can get.

strosity if the main north-south highways of the tedious (especially with 520-foot We could not get any Florida SO's _
rows) clean out around each
as we
at all.
state were improved and made of sufficient widthto
plant, uncover the bud if it is : _
the load. But shrug their shouldersand
carry buried, and push down plants whichare _
say "It's coming. 'What's the use to fight it?" loose in the soil. We get the Alice talked berries this weekto

Many a battle has been needlessly lost by small weeds out which are near the Ernest Raulersons, and they

ju such! reasoning. We have yet to hear any- the plant, too, for we know we'll think the Florida 90 is a fine berry.

one but the politicians engineers, multi-million- have to get them later, otherwise.But They said that last season they

naires, and other self-serving interests crying fora how pretty a row of berries picked a crate per 1,000 plants, I
turnpike in Florida. And one does not have looks that has just been worked. and that it is a long time since TO OPEN THE HOOD I

to look far to discover the motive behind their they have had a yield like that.

eagerness. But what does the ordinary citizen There is one weed, which has Many growers still like the Mis-

and motorist think about the need of a turnpikein fine leaves and later produces a sionary plant, but we notice that
blue flower, that is a persistentpest. they talk about the "old time"
Florida? It hasn't occurred to anyone to
After fussing with the hoe plants, and not those that we get
We travelled 301 from here to Tampa last
with several it often is now. Ask "Does this
swipes truck have
weekend in what is commonly supposed to be the still necessary to pull these weeds : a .
height of the tourist season and with additional hand.
by But it still is not as
thousands of natives flocking to the State Fair, bad as Bermuda grass, which will We plan to set out nursery
and experienced no inconvenience from traffic show up later. berry plants in the kitchen garden modern Short-Stroke V-8

congestion, even on the narrow two-lane portionsof where we will be able to irrigateif engine1THIS

the route. The four-laned portions of course Have had only about a pint of teds necessary. We will put themin

were a delight to travel and apparently are cap- ripe berries in the field and hereit already planted with double

able of taking care of the traffic load for many is the first week in February.One rows taken, and off there then as will the be crops room are for YEAR the truck industry Is beginningto

to come. other year we can remember
But it would seem especially stupid for when we were late with our berries, runners.new land Everybody for nursery advises plantings using, follow Ford's lead to modern short.stroke I

Florida to rush into a toll road program at this but that year we were behind but we want to be able to water a V-8's. They last longer-prolong ring life
time in the face of plans for a multi- other growers. This year it looksas i
particular our plants. tin
to Save
if we will all t-e late. up up to one gallon of gas
billion dollar Federal program of super highways.Even 5 --
if the toll road were needed (and we have i --- seven! But ONLY FORD has four V 8's .
Alice is observant, and this Had a letter this week from O. J.
yet to be convinced that it i is) the smart thingto week she very noticed a mole cricket (Griff) Phillips, of Lawtey, ad- f S >'r one for every- size truck In a full line. ?
do, it seems to us, would be to wait and see dressed y
impaled on a branch of a plum to "Troubled Sam", in available right nowl!
what comes of the Federal program. which he told '. I '
tree, and a bettle stuck on a prongof us an hydrolic en-
The bob-tail turnpike i is "in." apparently but a barbed wire fence. We had gineer told him that it was pos- V ", "

the state-long toll road must still come before the read that the Butcher bird uses sible to get 150 gallons per minute ''j I Modem short-stroke V-8's
.. 'f- I--BORE--I are
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1955 Legislature. If the citizens of Florida who this method of storing his food from a 2-inch well, if the lift in ?q/ T beginning to take over in trucks

are going to be hurt most by this project would for future use, and presume that the well is not over 8 feet. Thanks, < W -
-just 03 they've already done in
shed their fatalistic attitude and join forces for a was whaj did it. "Griff" for your help: now we
finish fight. it could very likely be defeated. In know what we should be able to ,o' passenger can. So, if today you
get to buy a truck with anything less
.., doing so. the faith of those who have invested Ed and John worked the land Sam. 1 .;" r. : '
than modern short-stroke 1
their money to help build Florida would be justi- first to dry it out somewhat, and Ford's got the most modem short-stroke SIX too! Ford's a en
fied and rewarded and not sacrificed on the altarof then planted a crop of radishes and 118-Lp. Cast Clipper Six has the shortest piston stroke of HOW TO mi if it's o shortgme, what will happen to its

few who are promoting a turnpike to serve one of turnips.? They put three any Truck Six! It's available in this new Ford Pickup, GVW stroke engine: check thespecifications ultimate trade-in value Play it
a rows of radishes on five 400-foot =mar 5,000 lbs., and all Ford Trucks through "2-ton" Series. !The"stroke"b safe! Go modem!! Go short-
their own selfish interests. 1 o/wayi/ as short as,or shorter
beds and with about 6,000 feet of
than the"bore." stroke! Go Ford!
land planted in that crop they
should be in the radish business ? 1iti
The hand that lifts the cup that "cheers"should
good, if the weather is favorable.
not be used to shift the -Sunshine 'em
gears. five beds of i
They planted
Magazine. turnips, two rows on a bed. neoihIe We hdV Ford TriRleEconomy Trucks

tmIoU4'U1'ij: !'Mr ,, "",... ..... It\8."L ..-. I say unto you, that likewise Joy .
Latest member of the family to shall be in Heaven over one sinner
THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH join our gang around here is that repenteth, more than over
ninety and nine just persons,
EST. 1879E
Sam's brother, Jim who recently which need repentance.SL '
moved to Jacksonville. When Jim Luke XV 7.) P.D.A.'

FLORIDA'S OLDEST WEEKLY NEWS asked what he could do, he was We can be living, or trying to
put to cutting trees for fence live Christian lives ourselves and
@ PAPER PUBLISHED CONTINOUSLYUNDER posts. We will start a fence-post stilt,at the same time,often be too
sure of our own righteousness to
THE SAME MASTHEAD. treating operation as soon as pos- think of our neighbor who,not livIng Andrews Motor Co0
in Christ, seems beneath our
SUBSCRIPTION RATES e notice.How much greater strengthwill
1.75 Our little planting of potatoesis come to us when,through our
example and efforts, one who is
PUBLISHED EACH FRIDAY AND ENTERED AS SECOND CLASS not up yet, and Sam has been without God shall come to know' MADISON & ADAMS STS. PHONE 118 STARKE FLA.
MATTER AT THE POST OFFICE AT STARKE. FLORIDA UNDER worried about the seed rotting, for and believe on Him. ,
THE ACT OF MARCH 3. 1879.ff
f '.:_..:.: -',_. .__ ?:r.... .IT_ .'.__.!<.jzt"' '*-*" At'Tgt we planted on very low beds and -IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN AX A-l USED CAR BE SURE TO SEE YOUR FORD DEALER _

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"TTTTTvvvvyyvvvv'TTTTI at the noon hour.The honorees received cently discharged from the army with his church work.It I John Payne SeenIn I When a quartet of grim horse- : ture has announced.The I. three million better than 1952- 3.
many attractive and useful after having served 1 1-2 years in was with reluctance that the 'men ride into Silver Lode seeking a! previous high tonnage was The vegetable yield was 1.795,200tons
LAWTEY\ gifts. Korea, visited his parents last church here accepted the resignation 'Silver Lode'Coming man for murder mob violence in 1951-52 when the productionwas valued at $136.405.000 worth
On Tuesday afternoon of last week. Mr. Reddish went from here/ of this young man and we do To ParkJohn 'grips the otherwise peaceful com- 7,566,900 tons, the Agricultural
week Mrs. Joyce Futch, Mrs. W. to Arizona where he enrolled io sincerely wish them much success I'munity and lynch law, hysteria Marketing Service said in its an-I about 3 or 4 per cent less than the

by L. II. hutchIALAAAAALAAAAAAAAAAAAALA F. Moore and Miss Elizabeth Terry the University of that state and is in the future. I Payne, Lizabeth Scott, and violence, and death take over. nual crop summary. The 51-52 seceding year, the survey sail.

were hostesses at a stork shower specializing in the study of geolo- Rev. W. G. Aldridge of Keystone I I Dan Duryea are stellar names I Payne portrays a rancher accused -I value wasn't given. Tomatoes were the top crop bringing -

Mrs. W. E. honoring Mrs. Glenn Williamsonin arrived last Sunday morning in headlining the cast in "Silver of a cowardly murder on his The past years production com- 39600000.
and gy.S.
The home Mr.
of the home of Mrs. Joyce Futch. White of Lake Butler and time for Sunday School and took Lode," Playing at the Park :wedding day, becoming the objectof pared with the 7,273,900-ton crop
Gnus was the setting for a. family Mrs. Williamson is the former sons, Lewis of Miami and Owen of charge of the preaching service.He Theatre Sunday through Tuesday.Ave. a man-hunt by townspeopleturned worth 374 million the year before I
reunion on Saturday of last Miss Estelle Bennett. After the New Smyrna were shaking hands Is at present serving the churchas into self-appointed judges I a 7 per cent gain in 1953-54 Citrus
week, Feb. 5, the occasion being usual party 'activities the guestswere with old friends and aquaintancesin pastor and expects to be here !through the forces of doubt suspicion fruit and tobacco accounted for I
Miami, Fla. To
combined birthdays of Mr. served cookies and coffee or Lawtey one day last week. The for some time.Audrey lies, and revenge. most of the increase, the report Mint
the Mrs. W. M. Oliver, 530 SunsetDr.
Griffis and his son M-Sgt. W. H. .tea. 'Twas quite a nice party and Whites were residents of.Lawtey I .. Orlando, Fla. Duryea is seen as the western said.Field : Maery of \
Others the honoree received many lovely in years gone by and friends were down 62,000
Ga. United crops were
Griffis of Atlanta Hepburn :Mamie Johnson, 216 S. Terry St., desperado disguised as a
present besides Mr. and Mrs. Grif gifts. glad to see them again. Marshall who rides into tons at 700,100 during the past
I Orlando, Fla. States
fis and Sgt. Griffis and his faintly I Next Sunday evening, Feb. 13, at i Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Bennett o! Stars In 'Sabrina'At year, the agriculture economistssaid. L6$6
Rev. W. G. Aldridge will i Mrs. Blanch Wynn Roberson, Silver Lode with his hirelings to
included Rev. D. L. Griffis of 7:30 the Jacksonville were dinner guests of Florida SundayA Prices, however. were a little
Macclenny; Mr. and Mrs. O. C. present a program of "Life in Mr. and Mrs. Troy Bennett Fridayof Welfare. Nursing Home,.1111 LauraSt. create unrest and death. Miss higher for a 67 million dollar total, UQUIO M nuns.UMI JAJT uum
Cason of Starke; Mrs. Ella Pres- Yugoslavia" which is behind the last week. glittering Academy Award Jacksonville, Bla. Scott is the rancher's fiancee who I

cott and Miss Vigie Griffis of Iron Curtain. Rev. Aldridge visited Mrs. J. L. Wright of Tampa winning trio Humphrey Bogart, Mrs. L. A. Gay 2832 Lydia St., proves to be an unexpected womanof
Highland; Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd there last summer and was per- Mrs. L. E. Thorpe and Mrs. Bill Audrey Hepburn, and William Jacksonville, Fla. decision and action as she faces I
Griffis and daughter Mr. and Mrs. mitted to take pictures of what Elder of Cullen, Va. returned to Holden will be seen in "Sabrina" Fannie Gibbs, 938 Sixth Ave., the fury of a mob of onetimeneighbors .
and he saw. He will show these colored Tampa, Fla.Airman and friends to defend ,
Dopsy Griffis and children their respective homes last Sunday playing Sun., MOIL, and I
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Prevatt and slides Sunday night in the Meth- after a stay of two weeks with Tues. at the Florida Theatre. 1-c Jos. P. Kelly-AF- her man. II I I
daughter all of Lawtey. A bounti- odist Church at the church hour. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Shuford, parents Based on smash Broadway 14462128, 3211 Supply Sqdn.,
ful birthday dinner was enjoyed Everyone is invited to come and Of Mrs. Wright and Mrs. hit. "Sabrina"a is a Cinderella tale Eglin AFB, Fla. 1954 Crop Record I,
I I'i
Reddish, 335
see them. Dolph 1-2 Kenil-
'Thorpe. that is as fresh and frothy as any-
Mr. and Mrs. B. I. Green and worth Blvd, West Palm Beach Was Florida's Best t
J D. E. Boatwright spent the week- thing delivered in Hollywood. It i
I son. Jerry and Mrs. Grace Olivesof end with relatives In Jaksonville. all concerns the adolescent daughter Fla.Mrs.. I i DON'T_ DELAY TRADE NOW ON THIS .
San Bernandino Calif and Mr. F. H. Long change from Florida's 1953-54 production of
Mrs. Roy Tomlinson of New of a chauffeur who has a I
COLONIALFLORIST and Starke to 1474 Belvedere St., 8,556,700 tons of food feed and II
and Mrs. S. E. daughter '
River visited the H. C. Kellys Tuesday crush on the youngest playboy son I
Jacksonville Fla.J. fibre worth approximately 400'
Christie of Madison were recent afternoon. Little Mary Eliz- of her father's employer. Sabrina is
: 'i
of the Preston Greens. R. Crews 444 Simson Rd.. million dollars excelled all records. REFRIGERATOR
guests abeth Tomlinson returned home sent off to Paris to learn the art
Mrs. Mamie Lou Edwards of Jacksonville, Fla. \... the U. S. Department of AgriculGLASS -
with her mother after having spent of cooking and she returns from
Jacksonville visited her father J. several days with her grandmother, France transformed into a beautiful I
H. Moore, and other relatives here Mrs. Margaret Kelley. young lady still in love with That's Our Business i
PHONE 218 last Sunday.Mrs. .. 111
Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Futch were the rich playboy. iI I
If It's, Glass We Have It!
Daisy Bock and Miss Amanda attending to business in Lake But- One look at Sabrina and the 4 \ :
(j) Wilkerson of Jacksonville spent ler on Saturday.H. I playboy forgets all about his other % CALL WRITE or VISIT : I4: :! J t

the weekend with their mother, C. Kelley and his mother, girls, including his fiancee. At this e I : A1D'
Mrs. Nellie Wilkerson. Peters Glass Co.
f Mrs. Margaret Kelley, attended point the older brother whose only Joe . .
FLOWERSFor Miss Arti.urine Blanchard and services at the New River Bap- interest is in Wall Street mergers,
Mrs. Nell Houslcy of Jacksonvillewere tist Church last Sunday morning, enters the scene and tries to breakup \ FOR ANY GLASS NEED
All Occasions guests of the Blanchard family and were among the guests attending -I i the romance. / We Design Modern Store Fronts SAVE
during the weekend.Mr. the T. C. Edwards wedding What happens from there on in Just Mail Us A Pattern for I .
GARDENS and.Mrs James Wainwright anniversary dinner immediately is a dizzing melange of merri- Table TODS
and children of Melbourne were following the church service. ment and romance that ranks this
1313 N.W. 4th PI. Gainesville. Fla. Phone 2-4353
recent weekend guests. of relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Carroll F. Cumbee film with the season's best.
POTTERY in the Lawtey area. Jr. moved back to Newberry last ..ergrrj
Mrs. Eva Henderson of Gaines- week after having spent the past Addresses Of InterestMrs. -' : -' -. -- :-
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''ViredAnywhere ville called on the L. H. Futches six months in the Methodist Par -

Tuesday evening of last week. sonage during which time Mr. E. R. Carswell, Box 2711. E
Rev. and Mrs. R., E. Rutland of Cumbee was pastor of the local Tampa, Fla. FACTORY FACTORY ,
Gainesville were calling in Law. church. Mr. Cumbte graduatedfrom T. Sgt. R. L. Beam--14262142,I N .
Nona St. Starke tey Sunday morning. the University of Florida at Hq. 6910th Scty. Gp., Box B-31. APPROVED ENGINEERED $$29995i

Ray C. Reddish son of Mr. and mid-term and expects to enter the APO 61, New York N. Y. -V J
.... '.W'- .____" _-, Mrs. B. E. Reddish, who was r e- teaching profession in connection Mrs. E. E. Freeman, 22 Hill Rd.. SERVICE PARTS

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SHOP Sq. (Officer), Box 63, Francis E. Wrecker Service FULL VtDT"FREEZER.
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Jacksonville Prices BRAKE TIRES' IGNITION
AF14529484, 3421st Stud. Sqdn., --
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: McGown St., Fort Worth, Texas. I t / SEE THE COMPLETE 1955 LINE
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:-. E E. FLORIDA ... ._ ____
FRID:1.. FEBRUARY' 11,1955:

.r I I A UDC Members Plan I Recently Wed I Cowens Are Hosts bats and candy Jackie Hines f r -"
Child ,
county $130.25
LegislationIs came from Starke
40th celebrated her 6th birthday at I'
Anniversary aj:
I and $16
I '. On AnniversaryMr. from Brooker.
: party at kindegarten
1. on Monday I DiscussedAt I
.. 1 Observance [ where appropriate
and Mrs. Charlie Cowen en- played and balloons were games given were to I Meeting Here j'Three Men Called
The February meeting of the W tertained 30 guests at a lovely the
youngsters as favors .
T. Weeks chapter of the United party last Friday evening in cele- chids to Laura Moseley who cele-or- Frank Manella of the Florida For Armed ServiceThree

Daughters of the Confederacy was bration of their tenth wedding anniversary brated her 82nd birthday on Jan. Children's Commission was guest

entertained in the' home of Mrs.L. 30 and to Pearson P. Woods speaker at the regular monthly men were called for induction -

Gladys Mooty A. Davis on Wednesday afternoon i The Cowen home on W. Madison was: 84 on Feb. 9 also who luncheon meeting of the Bradford into service through Local
on the
Phone 35 Feb. 2. ''street was attractively decoratedfor birthday list this I County Children's Committee in Board No. 18 on Feb. 8. They were

_.... I Mrs. W. G. Haile, chapter presi- the occasion with seasonal Brown, Feb. 9 .week Wayne are Gib I the Methodist recreation Building William Edgar Thigpen Starke;

dent, presided and in the absenceof ,flowers placed;at points of interest will be 13 Sapp Tuesday. Robert Parnell Tyson Jf. (colored),
years old on Feb. .
Circles Of. WSCS Reddish-Kenny the secretary, Mrs. J. R. Kite, ,throughout. The refreshment tablein Sally Ann 12 Topic of :Mr. Manella's talk was Starke; and Robert Leslie McClel-
was 10
Met MondayCircle served as secretary pro ten}. After the dining room was overlaid Feb. 7, and Jimmy Ritch on proposed legislation affecting chil- lan Lawtey.

.rcutine opening and officers re- z i i(with a lovely lace cloth and cen- on Jan. 30 was 14 dren that will be presented to the Four men are scheduled for
ports, several communicationsfrom ,tered with two-tiered 1955 armed forces pre-induction
One of the Methodist a wedding Nice to Legislature. He said that examination -
WSCS met Monday afternoon In Division officers were read. I cake embossed with rosebuds and home for see Kenneth Johns at one of the major requests will be on Feb. 15.

the educational building with Mrs. I The financial budget for the year green leaves. Flanking the center- leaving a while, but he'll be for a psychiatric clinic at the Boys
on the 17th
'' was made to cover the following: I three-branched candela- for Washington Industrial School in Future Homemakers
W. B. Parks and Mrs. M. W. Lance I piece were state His Marianna,
hostesses. I' Needy Confederate Women, Stone .., bra at each end of the table hold- be new address will Rep. Doyle E. Conner was a
as H !wall Jackson Highway, Southern f' : Pvt Kenneth C. Johns, US- Express ThanksThe
Mrs. L. D. Green leader, con- ,. ing burning white tapers. Center- 53219998, 6021 guest at the meeting and, follow-
ducted the business session which v.. !Literature for home and Foreign .1 ing the buffet was a spray of lavender placement S.U. Overseas Re- ing Mr. Manella's talk, the Brad- Future Homemakers of

and H (Libraries and Judah P. Benjamin and white gladioli and chrysanthemums Station, Ft. Lewis, ford solon spoke briefly, America wish to
was followed by the program ikir Museum. Wash. agreeing thank those whose
devotional under the direction of I balanced by two : that most of the proposed Legisla- contributions on Hobo Day made

Mrs. J. H. Ritch, Mrs. R. F. Som-I L p The chapter decided tO\have a i i branched candelabra with white Guess that's all for now See I tion was needed, but reminding the it possible for the FHA girls to
x 'benefit birthday party on their 1 you the next committee I
mer, and Mrs. R H. Russell. Their tapers. members of the finan attend the State Fair in Tampa .
"The Christian Home fortieth anniversary, Apr. 27, 1955. Pouring punch from the two -Carolyn cial problems involved.Children's this Saturday.
subject :was
Mrs. Haile told the chapter of the \
and the Family Living in the Com- punch bowls were Mrs. Howard
splendid address Stonewall
munity." Mrs. J. F, McComb gave |Jackson which Prof. Charles Par-i Fleming of Ocala and Mrs. Cowen. Excess Sugar Home Recent Births +j
Mr. and Mrs. Cowen received .
the devotional. I tin presented over the radio on Jan. Blamed For Most Fund IncreasesBradford !
I many lovely and useful gifts from The Starke Maternity :
Circle Two met at the home of 24 in behalf of the W. T. Weeks ,
Mrs. C. H. Quick. Mrs. J. W'I chapter.The I I their guests. Dental DecayThe Countians announces the following births: I
Pictured above are Mr. and Mrs. Out-of-town guests were Dr. and contributed Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Firgens of
Andrews, leader, opened the historian, Mrs. L. G. Pow- $146.25 to the
I Howard Milton :Mott of West Palm Mrs. Ned Bingham, Miss Patricia toll of dental diseases Children's Home Hampton, a daughter Eleanor t
with and Mrs. L P. ell sketch of in
ing prayer, gave a Sidney Lanier'sMe Society in 1954
Beach who were married on Jan. Pealer, and Samuel Renfroe, all of Florida and elsewhere is a slight gain over Helen, on Feb. 2. \
Shepherd the devotional. and verses of some of his a the
gave $135
9 in that Mrs. donated in 1953. Of the I Mr. and Mrs. Leon Sauls Starke,
city. the U. of F., and Mr. and tragedy because the knowledge to !
Mrs. A. Wood gave a report on poems and mentioned briefly the total amount received
of Ocala. reduce the from this a son, William Eugene, on Feb. 3. \
Christian activities on Formosa. life of Stonewall Jackson. Mrs. Mott, formerly Miss Louise Fleming mounting incidence of '
Mr, and Mrs. Rodman Reddishof
The Circle welcomed Mrs. Wade :Mrs. Davis invited members and Marie Van Zandt, daughter of dental decay is at hand," a Florida I

and Mrs. Goldwise as new mem- ment Starke and announce the engage- guests to the dining room where Mrs. Anthony Stravino of Lake Stork Shower dental health educator said this

bers. approaching marriageof the tea table was set for refreshments Worth, is a graduated of Lake week. 1

their daughter, Alice Virginia, Mrs. L. G. Powell poured. Worth High School, class of 1954. For Mrs., CurrieMrs. He is Dr. Floyd H. DeCamp,
to John William
son coffee. : :Mr. :Mott is the son of Rev. and director of the Florida State Boardof i,
Circle 4 WSCSCircle Mrs. Myrtle of Odenville honoredat
Kenny C. L. Currie was
Mrs. H. H. Mott of Brooker, and a Health Bureau of Dental Health :
Ala. The wedding will be Tuesday evening
an event shower
graduate of Bradford High School, a with t
headquarters in Jacksonville.In .
4, Mrs Henry Godwin, of April 3 In Jacksonville. Surprise Party given by :Mrs. H. M. Hatcher, Jr. n
class of 1952. He is now employedby calling attention to the ob- 1
leader, of the Methodist W. S. C. Denmark at the I /
For I. G. Harris the Southern Bell TelephoneCo. and Mrs. S. G. servance of National Children'sDental ,
S. will meet at the home of Mrs. Fashion of the latter on Blandingroad.
Show I in West Palm Beach.IPresbyterian Health Week, February (
Carl Hunter :Monday evening at .
7:30: o'clock with Mrs. Earl Al IAtVoman's Club An lovely arrangement of camel- 7-13, Dr. DeCamp declared: I

varez as cohostess. For Benefit Fund Women lias wasu sed in the living room, "The dental profession estimates 1 1ON
there are some 300 million dental
and in the dining room the refresh-
Circle MeetingsThe cavities in children's teeth, with
Archie Eason of Jacksonville, ment table was centered with cosis
the number of such tooth defects :
prominent designer of hats and silver candelabra holding six lighted -
three Circles of the Presby- Increasing by about 40 million a
clothes will pink tapers entwined with camellias ,
lp'1 dinner present a fashion terian Women of,the Church held year.
show in Starke on Thurs., Feb. night. and fern.Appropriate .
a their meetings Tuesday were played "One of the chief reasons for
14, under sponsorship of the games
STARKE FLA. Circle One met at the home of
I the toll
of is the
Woman's Club. with'Mrs. Ben during the evening and prizes were decay
Mrs. James Edgar
awarded to Mrs. H. H. Adams, excessive consumption of sweets
The show will be held in the Bowen( co-hostess. The chair-
Fri. Sat Feb. I Mrs. E. A. iy children. Sweets ferment read-
11, 12 Woman's Club auditorium and Mrs. Vernon Silcox and INSURANCE
an Mrs. David ,
man, Montgomery pre- -
After the games, the ily in the mouth and encourage the
additional attraction will be floorshow
a ] sided during the business session
to Mrs. Curriein growth of bacteria which create
The Saint's Girl FridayWith presented by Val Vander and I| and :Mrs. W. J. Epperson had gifts a stroller were presented, a gift of the hostesses. enamel-destroying acid. Now, you can get the best protection
Pina Taylor of the Fred Astair .
charge of program.Circle available and cut costs auto
the "Dentists today advise your
enjoyed parents
Louis Hayward School of Dancing, Jacksonville. Y Two met at the home of Twenty I '
4 insurance at the time. SAFECO Insurance
Members of the JacksonvilleWoman's with the hostesses and honored to provide fruits, nuts, milk, cheese same
Mrs. Louise Harden at the State
-And- guest. and that youthful favorite, pop Company of America,one of the
Junior Club will serve Farm with Mrs. J. G. Caldwell as i
Apache RoseWith as models for Mr. Eason and will I. H. Harris, manager of the co-hostess. The business sessionwas corn, instead of jams, jellies and famous General of America Companies
Florida Theatre the honor pastry for between-meal snack. offers you nationwide 24-hour claims service -
.include the president of the club, was conducted by the chairman, St. Marks AuxiliarySets I
Roy Rogers .
"The ritual and attention of local
of is personal
at tooth-brushing your
guest a surprise party given
.Mrs. Crosby Dawkins, daughter of Mrs. John Mixon and Mrs. W. S.
Plus Cartoon and Serial Cap. No. 2
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nollman of Tuesday night, Feb. 1, after the McAliley gave the program en- 1955 Budget still one of the most effective agent or broker.. ,and you save money. ft

Starke. last show, at the home1 :Mr. and nethods of controlling decay. How-
Sun., Mon. and Tues. I Mrs. Albert Hartmann. The oc titled, "Getting Right with God. St. Martha's chapter of St. Mark's ever, the brushing, to be most
Receipts from the fashion show Circle Three met at the home of
Feb. 13, 14, 15 casion was Mr. Harris' birthday, Auxiliary met Monday afternoon at effective, should be carefully done
will be used by the Woman's Club Mrs. Robert Chapman, Camp
their monthly
DOUBLE FEATURE and he received presents from em- the Parish house for after eating when possible, as
for furnishing a room in the new Blanding. Mrs. L;H. Gibson, chair Mrs. Noegel,
ployees of the theatre and other meeting with Stanley well as on arising in the morningand
hospital, now under man, the business t
Silver LodeJohn construction. presided over .
friends. leader, presiding.The on retiring at night"TORNADO SAFECO
Tickets may be purchased from meeting and :Mrs. J. R. Kite con- 1955 budget was drawn up

Payne. and Elizabeth Scott any member of'the Woman's Club Enjoying the occasion with Mr. ducted the program. during the business meeting. The

-And- Or from :Mrs. S. E. Simmons, pres- Harris: were his wife, Mrs. Harris, Rev.R. .
meeting closed prayer by
ident of the Junior Woman's Club. Irving Young, Miss Louise John- H. C. WALL
One Girl's Confession son, Mrs. W. R Miller, Miss Shir- Beta Sigma Phi. E. MacBlaine. ZIPPER BINDERS,
Mrs. W. H. Graham and Mrs. R. $1.50. Just the thing for keeping
ley McDaniels, Miss Annie Mosley,
With Cleo Moore and Hugo Haas Ladies Council Charles Manners Wesley Thomas, I The regular meeting of Beta ", MacBlaine served refreshments your books and other school supplies 200 E. Call St. Starke, Fla.

Pins Color Cartoon for Children To Meet TuesdayThe Mrs. Shellie Hall, Kenny Miller, Sigma Phi sorority will be held during the social hour. securely Bradford County I PHONE 146'IT'S

and Mr. and Mrs. Hartmann. Monday, Feb. 14, at the home of i Telegraph I-
Ned. Tbur.=Feb. 16,17 Ladies Council Marian Long. A representative Garden ClubSponsors .
of the First -- -
DOUBLE FEATURE Church from the American Cancer Societywill I -. -- ..- :. ,' .-.<- -. --. :: ', : ..- .., : :, :::. >-- -- :_ :
Christian will meet Tues- Executive BoardThe
City JungleAnd day night at 7:30 o'clock. speak.Pancake.

Circle 1, Audrey Kite, leader, executive board meeting of H. S. Wolf of the Universityof

will meet at the home of Mrs. the Presbyterian Women of the SupperThere Florida will talk to membersand

Swamp Fire Leona English. Church will be held Saturday after- guests of the Starke Garden

Circle 2, Mrs. Bessie Colson,,noon at 4 o'clock in the Sunday will be a Pancake Supperon Club on plant propagation at a

With Johnny Weissmuller, Virginia leader, will meet with Mrs. Colsonon School room.Important. Shrove Tuesday, Feb. 22, at special meeting this afternoon UNLAWFULFor

Gray and Buster Crabbe Call Street. business will be dis- St. Mark's parish house. The (Friday) at 3:30 o'clock in the

All members are urged to attend. cussed and acted upon and all public is invited. "All you can Woman's Club. The public is invited -

members are, urged to attend. eat" for 75 cents. to attend.

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Any Person or Persons Engage


; Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless

I The March of Dimes ball was prmand underwent an operationon

really a successful affair last Sat-I;' his arm in Hope Haven hospitallast The Name Registered

urday evening, from all reports, : Thursday and will be confined
there for the next six months .
who attended sayingit
aSIR with everyone
N wth; N p was one of the nicest dances sorry to hear that Jane and June

II p I1Ip held here in a long time the .Hardy and Cynthia Strickland are !
the chicken list this week
pUN USO was attractively decoratedfor on pox

the iVERY the occasion with gayly colored Bobby White and cousin, Ann *

-LPINTFOR -... ...: X90. balloons strung along the walls Savage, will undergo a tonsilec-
from colored streamers mem- tomy in St. Vincent's hospital next Read This Florida Law"It

P bers of the planning committee Wednesday and added to the

To wfcd or alj yrploco. took turns waiting on tables, deck- flu list this week are Maude Haile

... / alimydlyoudo ed out in cook's aprons with large and Charley Johns shall be unlawful for any person or persons, as defined herein, to

f sewed on I On the moving list this week we in business herein defined under
yellow patch pockets engage as a fictitious name as herein defined t:
them, the pockets came in handyas [find that the Joe Starlings have .
r Maude Crews without and unless said fictitious name shall be registered with the
the waiters and waitresses de- I moved from the
Clime, ., the manded sizeable tips from their house on Walnut street to Crosby clerk of the circuit court of the county where the principal place of businessis

"customers" to add to the "March Lake and their neighbors, the with registration shall consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid an affidavit
tight point for the hear that M. G. Troy Norman family, have also
my of Dimes" pool -
all interested
moved from one of the Maude signed by persons, stating under oath the names of
took In the most tips and V. S.
write by number. was doing her share for the cause Crews houses to the Green houseon all those interested in the business enterprise, the extent of the interest
you ...
__ ; I by charging the men-folks to dance N. Walnut formely occupied by of each, and the fictitious name under which said business is carried

.,,......l.... / with money her that- she evening said she than made a day's more Del ported Colley for induction. Billy Wednesday Thigpen re-In on. Said registration may not be made until the person or persons desiringto

4'I work and she enjoyed it more too Jacksonville and his wife, Louise, engage in business under a fictitious name shall have advertised his or

rI . Larry Gibson donated his and son, Billy, Jr. have moved from their intention to register said fictitious name at least once a week for four

,. I II' services for the evening as orches- the Thomas house to. an Mr apt.and in (4)) consecutive weeks in-some newspaper as defined by law in the county
f I tra head for the four-piece U. of F. the Gardenia to
where said registration is to be made and said registration shall be
I 1$ 6'a .orchestra, and Dot and Bill Powell Mrs. J. E. Hall and daughter of not

:attended the snack bar all in Jax have taken one of the Blank- accepted by the clerk of the circuit court except upon receiving proof of

I all, Guy Andrews and his committee tnship Apts. on N. Church street such publication.

I really went all out to make Mr. and Mrs. Henry Parmenter

it a memorable affair have moved to Saratoga Heights
I I Hear that Sonja Anderson is all the Richard B. Cauffmans have If business
in under
a-dither she just received her I moved into Pine Haven Sub., and you are engaged any name

\ y 1JS1 and I tickets, passports and re-entry I the Willie Harper family have mOv-
lf -
., papers for a trip home to Germany ed from the Green rental house on

I in April will spend several j] Temple Ave. to the Clyde Colson other than your own and have not had this name

months with her family and is house on Center St. ,

I taking son John with her Mrs. Eloise Cowen was thrilled to

31 conpldc John Strickland of the State Farm receive her first orchid from hus-

I ,T d1B .na -olh.rdyl.stoUS won the TV set given at Setzer's band Charlie last Friday on the properly advertised and registered, we will be

a p recently and winning 2nd thru 5th occasion of their 10th wedding an-

'e w0EIDWJGESTSHECfCNCPOINTSTYLES prizes. were George Kaufmann, niversary Robert and Barbara

D. B. Pate, Mrs. R. Barksdale celebrated their 8th

I all of Starke, and Nancy Strickland Lee Batesof anniversary on Thursday by takinga glad to give you all necessary Information to

*THESE POINTS SflOALlYMtOMMENDED FOX SCHOOL usa Raiford Charles Lawson reentered trip down to the State Fair In

1'1 U. of F. this second semes- Tampa Patsy Silcox, Dot Shep-

1'1 ALSO MATCHED PEN AND PENCIL SETS ter and the Robert University Taylor of transferredfrom Wyoming pard surprise and going-away Mildred Dankel coffee gave partyat a what you should do. .

to U. of F. for the second semes- the home of the latter on W.

A Selection Of Point and Colors the ter Charles and Robert have Madison street Wednesday morning
I Complete Styles at taken bachelor quarters togetherin I for Ruth Baker who is spending I

G'ville and plan to come home Thurs. to Sun. with her sisters in BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPHl'

I weekends ,Atlanta 12 guests enjoyed: the

!affair ... Janice Vickers, who was
Tommy Haines returned home .
COUP .8 years old on Feb. 3, was hostessto
Tuesday after
undergoing an
24 of her little friends at a

I I It operation on his leg Monday at birthday party on that day the .
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Doctor's Clinic hospital _. .. Lynn guests received favors of blowers, ;- .. ._ __ _: = ,- :__ ': : -" :,-.-_ ___ ft ; .i : :-_ ',' :c


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Mrs. H. L. Shambach and son. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Teston of NOTICE OF HEARING: ON Flcrldai !. Ckamrery. F'orld'\. ....."> Building Jacksonville -
flnn ssflsrrrssrfln s ssSr- msd&oona PETITION FOIl AB\DONME\T John J. Gerardi Plaintiff vs. Alice I 2, Flor! O\ -' daYou are hereby notified that a
Bob, of Schnectady,N. Y. and Mrs. Jacksonville spent the weekend OF U.M>KD STREETSTO Marie Gerardi, Defendant.Case ana ule i&a u..fcuial In the office of suit forDI'or'e
Delia Drew of Old Greenwich, with Mr. and Mrs. Carl Andrews. WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: No. 10-873 the Clerk or the Circuit Court on and restoration of maiden
You will take notice that In accordance Notice To Appear.To 3T before the name
Conn. are spending a few days :Mrs. H. L. Brownlee and Mrs. with the provisions of Sections : Alice Marie Gerardi. whose 14 day of March 1955; has been filed the
this week with Mr. and Mrs. Jim Chasteen aid son, J. Roy, 343.42 and 343.43. Florida residence and address Is: Route 3, otherwise the allegations of sale. above named Court againt and you cause in and
Statutes 1947. a public hearing will Box 305. Hemlet, California.You Comolaint will Ic taken as confessed
tl5 Donald McRae and Mr. and Mrs. ,[spent Saturday at St. Augustine be held by the _Board of County are h"r..Ly notified that a by you you your are answer required or pleading to serve to a the COpy.'"m-of
Beach. Commissioners of Pradford County. suit for This notice shall be published
James Drew. plaint on the Plaintiffs Attornev
Divorce-custody, control and once **ch week for four consecutive
Florida, in Its meeting room on the sup
Mrs. Bertha Pearce and sister, Mrs. Bernard Cohen of the Canal second floor of the Bradford County port of minor child weeks in the Bradford County Tele I Building Fred Butler Jacksonville 1J09 Barnett t, Floridaand Bank

C-'IN THE Mrs. T. J. Thomas of Valdosta, Zone is spending this month with Courthouse. Starke. Florida on the has been filed against you in the graph. ', file the original in the oft\<,.' of
this 5 of February
aeove named Court and ana Dated day
A. D., 1955 at cause
28th day of February,
her parents, Mr. and :Mrs. Wesley the Clerk of the Circuit Court 0"I"
for Fort Lauder- .
Ga. left U5
Thursday 11 o'clock Jt. Moo on the petition of you are required to serve a copy of before the
Isrss r JflSSSSS4_ SIfl_J-s srssss rrrrrst SSS.rr dale to spend a week with their Andrews, Chief W-O Cohen will Messrs. E. W. Hayes. Edwin Peck your answer or pleading to the complaint OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darn I
and B. T. Thomas. which petition on the Plaintiffs AttorneyT. Clerk of the Circuit Court 14 day of March. 1955;
I. Mrs. Frow Strickland and daughters Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nollman sister, Mrs. .W. T. Saxon. join his family on Feb. 15. was spread upon the minutes of a Frank Landrum Starke By Marian L. Ooeby. Deputy Clerk otherwise the allegations of .iui
i; Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hill of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wynn of meeting of said Board of County Florida. 2/11 4t 3/4 :Complaint will be taken as confessed -
t spent last Friday and Saturday vfere business visitors in Jacksonville Jacksonville weekend Commissioners held on February 7th and file the original In the office of I by you.
1 i in with Mrs. Monday.Mr. Hughesville, Pa. were guests of were guestsof 1955 requesting that said Board of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or >OTICK TO APPEAR I; This notice shall be pubh"h..deach
Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Rimert Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Sam Anderson.Rev. County Commissioners close vacate before the 14 day of March 1955; In Circuit Coort. Bradford Count. once week for four connecntiveweeks '
Strickland's parents, Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. F, L. Gregory and W. S. McAliley and his and abandon that portion of two otherwise the allegations of said Florida In Chaneery. in the Pradford County Tele-
afternoon of last week.
H. W. Moyer.Dr. family were visiting in Plant City unused platted streets hereinafter Complaint will be taken as confessed Shirley Bertha Jennings Plaintiffs graph.
When You Care Enough To Send father, C. C. McAliley, attended I described and renounce and disclaimany by you. \ Sidney William Jennings. Defendant hated thida> of February
and Mrs. Calvin Houpt were over the weekend. the annual meeting of the alumniof right of Bradford County, This notice shall be publishedonce !!1)55!
The Best Send Hallmark
in Jacksonville over the weekend Parakeets and Canaries, Goldfish Very Erskine Bartow Florida. and the public in and to the each week for four consecutive :Notice To Appear (OFFICIAL,SEAL) Charles A. Darby
College at
Valentines. Bulllngtons. land lying within said portion of week in the Bradford County T,. Sidney William Jennings, !i t'U-rk of iht 'i.; lilt ,*i urt
where Dr. Houpt attended the and pet supplies. At Sistrunks. J. and Monday evening.Mr. said streets; said portion of said Telegraph. whose residenct and address' is. 109 I' By Marian L Crosby Deputy Clerk
I and Mrs. Paul Faulkner and Mr. and Mrs. D. Seymour Dated this 9 day of February. I I 1 ? '4
'Florida Osteopathic Hospital Assn. Mr. and Mrs. Charles : platted streets being described as Wvmore Road. Winter Park Flori- It 4t
Meyersand ...
in .. .. 1955.
family spent Sunday Tampa. ". -
meeting. Dr. Houpt has also been son. Paul visited the JacksonvilleZoo Miss daughter, Sandi, of That- -: portion of Maple Street and OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
Nancy Supernow of Key
attending the American College of on Sunday. ville spent the weekend Jackson-I that portion of Hickory Street Clerk of the Circuit Court .
last week By Marian 1.. Crosby, Deputy Clerk :.eiu.WAWa
West was the guest of each running from Cypress
.Mrs. Joe Wilson returned home
Osteopathic Obstetricians and and Mrs. Junius Smith.
S/ll 4t :3 4tOTICE
Street the South to their Intersection -
on ( J 't'1i
Miss Kathryn Kelly. Mrs. J. R. ;
Gynecologists, Monday to Thurs- last Thursday after spending a Sen. and Mrs. Charley E. Johns with the South line of -
week with Mrs. Harold Wall in St. Kelly, Nancy, and Kathryn were ,the North Quarter of Southeast i 1 -
day evenings of this week. in Jacksonville Tuesday of last and daughter Markleyann, will Quarter of Section 32 Township 6 TOPPE..Ut i 1J _______ _
Mrs. Wilma Dockstader and Augustine while Co!. Wall was in attend Gasparilla in Tampa this South Range 22 East and also being la Circuit Court Bradford Cooaty i iFloridai a
housegnests from Elmira, N. Y. the hospital.Mr. week and in Lake Butler on Wed- weekend.Mr. the present Southern boun- In Chancery. { ,
nesday visiting Mrs. Allie Drig- dary or City Limits of the City Robert %V. Welch Plaintiff. vs Ida'I
visited the Stephen Foster Memorial and Mrs. G. F. Sewell and and Mrs. Herbert Thomas of Starke, FlorIda. said Streetsas Lee Welch. Defendant.

on Tuesday. family of Altha were weekend and daughter, Kathleen, were in platted in E. W. Hayes Sub- Case No in-uS! I

Large Selection New Styles guests of their son, Cecil Sewell, gers.Mr.. and Mrs. G. L. Colgin of Palatka Sunday visiting. Mrs. division same recorded according in Plat to plat Book of 2, I Notice To: Ida To Appear Lee Welch whose residence :::: : :

Spring and Summer Costume and family.Mr. Norfolk, Va. arrived Wednesday Irene Roberts. Page 43, Public Records of Prad-I and address i s. Unknown. _
to spend a few days with :Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Edwards and chil- ford County. Florida You are hereby notified that a 2t -
Jewelry at Bullington Studio & and Mrs. Morgan Darby of said streets being forty feet in suit for
Gift Shop. Jacksonville Beach were overnight Mrs. J. O. Gay. dren will attend the State Fairin width and the described portionof Divorcehas
Maple Street lying and run- been filed against you In the BIG OVEN PUSHBUTTON
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Dowlingand -
the weekend.
Mrs. W. H. Nollman, Mrs. J. M. guests Tuesday of Mrs. Joe Wilson Tampa over ning between Blocks 7 and 8 in above named Court and cause and
Mitchell, Mrs. Bertha Pearce and and Mrs. Edward Burns. daughter, Shirley, of High Friends of F. C. Hodges of Rt said E.V.. Hayes Subdivisionand you are required to serve a copy of
Edward Springs were visiting Mr. and Mrs. 2, Starke, will be glad to know that the described portion of your answer or pleading to the complaint -
Schwab .
Mrs. J. H. Fields attended the flew to Pitts- Hickory Street lying and run- on the Plaintiff' Attorney
Fashion Show at the Woman's burgh, Pa. on Tuesday to get his J.: D. Doyle on Saturday. he has returned home from Jack- ning between Blocks 8 and 9 in T. Frank Landrum Starke, Fla., .
Mr. and Mrs. George Carter of sonville where he has been under said E. W. Hayes SUb-division,1 and file the original in the office of 'P.
wife and
Club in Jacksonville last Friday daughter, Anna Ruth. and the portions of said Maple the Clerk of the Circuit Court onor elurr
I afternoon put on by the Jackson- The Schwabs have sold 'their homein Cocoa visited Mr. and Mrs. Charlie I the care of doctors for the past and Hickory Streets herein described before the 14 day of March,
Powell Wednesday of last week. six weeks. lying and being in the 1955; otherwise, the allegations of
ville Junior Woman's Club. Mrit.Nollman's Pittsburgh and will return to '
South Half of Northeast Quarterof said Complaint will be taken as ,
daughter. Mrs. Crosby Starke next week to make their Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Waters and Mrs. Richard McGuire and Miss Southeast Quarter of said confessed by you.
daughters, Suzanne and Frances Jane Chambers of Orlando and Section Township and Range This notice shaH be published I
H. Dawkins, president of the home here. They are renting a last aforementioned.All nce each week for foul consecutive tt..:= .. .. ':tI I
I Junior Woman's Club, was one of home on Sanderson Lane. I Ford, were dinner guests Saturdayof Mr. and Mrs. Joe Braden of Jack- interested parties may appear weeks in the Bradford County Tele S
Mrs. Leland Waters in Alachua.Mr. sonville were weekend guests of and be heard at the time and place I graph. n- -
the in the Fashion W. II. Edwards of Atlanta
models Show. spenta .
Mr. and Mrs. Errol Alvarez.Mr. above specified. Dated this 9 day of Ft>buai'> I
Mr. and Mrs. George White spent few days this week with Mr. and and Mrs. Bruce L Davis, Dated this February 7th. 1955. 1955.
the weekend in Tampa. Mrs. Frow Strickland.Mr. Jr. of Gainesville were Sunday and Mrs. Owen Vaughn will Board of County Commissionersof OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darb> L. _
have next Bradford County. Florida. Clerk of the Circuit Court .:: e _
as guests week Mrs. )
visitors of Mr. and Mrs. E. M. I (
Mrs. Pearl Schropshier and Joe and Mrs. Howard Flemingof Hy: CHARLES A. DARBY. 3y Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk ..
Davis. J. L. Martin of Atlanta, Ga. and Clerk of Said Board 2 11 4t T 4 I '
McGee were visiting relatives in Ocala were weekend guests of I
:Mrs. G. E. Rive of Mrs. It 2/11
I Tampa over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Cowen. Mr. and Mrs. John Mixon and Tampa. NOTICE TO APPEARIn i
Martin and Mrs. life
Vaughn are j.-
family spent Sunday with Mr. and 'In The County Jud f"'* Court In And Circuit Coort. Bradford County, ,

_. .. B _.___' ._ '_" ._....', ____ Mrs. A. M. Mixon and Mrs. M. E. long Judge friends.George L. Patten left Mon I For In Bradford Probate. Count, Florida. Florida Lee In Chancery.Evencie Simms, Plaintiff. vs I' _---_- _
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Mixon in Waldo. INF RE: The Estate of H L. Brownlee Arthur E. Simms, Defendant I' (
'j'6'j'6I Miss Linda Shiver of Lakeland day afternoon for Houston, Texas Deceased. Case No. 10-S66.Notice : .. AMAZft4G...
where he was called by the deathof I :OTICK: OK FII.INC; PETITION To Appear i V
spent the weekend with Mr. and Felt FINAL imcnuui: 01' To: Arthur E. Simms. whose '
his brother C. Patten.
idence and is
Mrs. Paul Raymond and Mr. and K.\ICVTIU\ address : res'I'
.J Funeral services were held Wed- Notice is hereby given that I have fou are hereby notified tt.
Mrs. R. B. Alvarez.Mr. nesday morning in Houston.Mr. filed my Final returns as Executrixof uit for T
the Estate of H. L. Divorce
Brownlee deceased I
Dedicated To Community Service and Mrs. Bradford Locke and Mrs. G. J. McGriff, Jr. 1! ; that I have filed my Petition nas been filed against you in the .
"![ov1ee Are Better Than Ever": and Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Key visitedMr. spent the weekend in Eustis with I for distribution and final dis- above named Court and cause and'
charge and that on the 7 day of you are required to serve a copy of
and Mrs. M. E. York and son Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Montieth.I I
March. A.D.. 1955. I will apply to your answer or pleading to tht
If you find your name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad in Fernandina E itch Sunday. Orange and Grapefruit trees, at the Honorable Theron A. Yawn. complaint on the Plaintiffs
bounty .Judge of Bradford Attorney Joseph K. Skipper 221 .
cat ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKETSFri. Mrs. R. B. Alvarez is spendingthis Sistrunks.Mrs. Florida for approval of said County.Final .
week with Mr. and Mrs. R. L. W. E. Middleton and Mrs.E. Returns and for an Order of Distri- ,

., Sat.-Feb. 11, 12 Alvarez and family in Fort Myers.Mr. L. Matthews visited Mrs.' Mae bution and for Final Discharge as. :
Executrix of the Will of
I H. L.Drownlee LOT SALENew
DOUBLE FEATURE I Wed., Thur. Feb. 16, 17Outlaw's andMrs. W. J. McLeod of Jones in Jacksonville Wednesday.Mrs. deceased

Watersboro, S. C. were visitingMrs. Jones returned with them to Dated this, the 8 day of February

Daughter GREEN FIRE J. M. Mitchell Wednesday of spend the remainder of the week A.D.(5). 1955.Madge Brownlee Chasteen. Blanding Rd.

Starring Williams! and Ryan last week. with the Middletons.Mrs. Executrix. I "
2'It 4t :,4
-AndAsphaJt Mrs. John Griffin of Ochlocknee, Grace Perkins of Balti- SEE PAGE 10 I' .

Jungle Ga. and Mrs. W. R. Thomson, Jr. more, Md. is visiting her brother NOTICE TO APPEAR i .. -
and children of Monticello spent and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. la Circuit Court Bradford County

Starring Marilyn Monroe ',the weekend with their parents, W. B. Mundy, Jr. I I t

llus "Mysto Fov" Cartoon and S (Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Stump. Mrs. Mr. and :Mrs. George Fortunasand II I UU F; MASTER ,
No. 5 Serial
Chapter family of Apalachicola
Stump entertained at a small get- spent I taIS OVEN 1SEE
last week with :Mrs. Fcrtunas'
I Saturday evening for her
friends. parents, Rev. and Mrs. R. E. Mac-
SunMonandTues. and close
Feb. 13. 14. 15 Mrs. J. R. Hardee of Fernandina ilaine.! THE, COMPUTE 1955 LINE

was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. L. Large Selection New Styles JOHN F. (Bill) GREENETAX

A. Davis Wednesday to Sunday of Spring and Summer Costume RANGES

!|last week. Also visiting. Mr. and Jewelry at Bullington Studio & CONSULTANTS. OF, G..E COLQRAMC
rZ I Gift
$ Mrs. Davis on Sunday were Mr. Shop.

t I'and. G.Mrs.Thompson Dave Partin of Fernandina and Mrs.L. meeting Miss Clara of Leaman Christian attended Education the Iglson Building S. Walnut Street Starke IN MIX OR MATCH COLORS

:% Branch of the PHONE 14
Episcopal Auxiliaryat
with .
I who took Mrs. Hardee home
; : ___ t v them Sunday afternoon.Mrs. St. Johns Cathedral in Jacksonville -

E. K. Ferryman is spendingten Thursday of last week. FARMER BUSINESS INDIVIDUAL RETURNS G.I. MCGRIFF
Sen. and Mrs.
-l lS days with her sister, Mrs. C.
spent the weekend in Orlando visiting -
F. Sayles, in Miami. their cousin, Mrs. Leone Stef- Rate Short Forms
For Flowers, Lawns and Gardens,,, Special on GENERAL ELECTRIC APPLIANCESCor.
fie, who was ill.
.. r Starring Granger and Kelly Vigoro Magic Bloom, Gro-Tone, seriously
Insecticides. At Sistrunks.Mr. Mrs. W. S. Wilder, Mr. and Mrs.A. S OPEN ALL DAY EACH FRIDAY. Call & Walnut Sts. Phone 229
L Dennard and son. Phil, and
j Wus "Safe At nome" Cartoon and and Mrs. Maxie Carter, Jr.
tfrs. W.
and daughter, I
Starke Fla.
S were visiting Mrs. Cart r's parents, ,
: Carolyn, of Miami were overnight
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Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Spencer in Orlando t
S r guests :Monday of Mr. and Mrs. .
M over the weekend.Mrs. E. F. Miles. ,I

I Coming Very Soon home .Sunday L. F. Smith from St.Sr.Luke's returned hospital .l. Mrs. Jean Germain of France .__ : -- '. --.: : :, ___ _:. -- : : ._'- ,:_:_ __":.::_:- _- n._' _:;,:,.:
''L and Broxton Ga, spent the week-
REAR WINDOW where she underwent surgery r end; with her brother-in-law and WIN A VALUABLE PRIZE IN TIllS EXCITING CONTEST-Just
St.arrtngBogart and Hepburn and is progressing nicely.
sister Mr. and Mrs. Ira Harris ,p
I Plus "Hotter Scotch and honey"SInrrin Kenneth Clark of JacksonvillE( and family. ,
Stewart and G. Kelly
Cartoon and Latest World News home for the weekend will 1
was Mr. and Mrs. B. E. McRae, Sr.

his parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. E,. and Mr. and Mrs. Al Harley visited f2(0A

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Field, Garden and Flower seed

I I' at Sistrunks. _
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Mrs. Sarah Wainwright of Way- s33 99so I
I L I cross, Ga. is spending this week S -' I. a

D with her son-in-law and daughter, ::..: :.. 05 5.4 '
Mr. and Mrs. _
Howard .
Meyer.Mr. S .
C I o. ..
and Mrs. Jack Edwards and ; ; . in

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Underhill were S.S .3 :.-I.s.o.. .. ; S

It Gives Us A Great Amount Of SatisfactionTo Mr.Sunday and evening Mrs. Dave supper Paulk guests and of ; S .15.1 I 5.4: : !1St DDI7CTHIS BRAND .

NEW 1955
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family. : --a. J-

Announce To The People Of Starke And I Mrs. Herbert Thomas was ;IslL. S .. .% 0 I MONARCH _
hostess to the .
State Farm
fe_ .o .. _
I Club Thursday of last week at two -,.-- S I PORTABLE
Bradford County That We Have Been Chosen tables of bridge.Mr. -

and Mrs. J. S. Shuford and Sewing -, -
As The.Dealer For The Famous Mr.children and Mrs.spent John Sunday A. Torode afternoonat and ir .Machine .

Silver Springs.

Miss Faye Paulk, *ho under- ._ i

went an emergency appendectomyin __ _

Simmons' Products St. Luke's Hospital Wednesdayof "S II I -
last week, ig convalescing at I _ _
home and _
getting along nicely. .
Mrs. Ben Hall and Mrs. J. S. _- 6 __ _

Shuford are in Jacksonville today. FOLLOW THESE .

"THE GREATEST Mrs. L. D. Green and :Mrs. D. J. .

1 Clark are spending from Tuesdayto ADDITIONAL PRIZES SIMPLE RULES -_.
: _ .
: S' NAME: Sunday in Tallahassee with '
Mr. and :Mrs. Willard Pass and -$ 1. Count the beetles on the fate above and .

IN SLEEP" family. ZO tend in with entry blank at itjkt.
list Price . $199.50
Hunt spent the 2. Only one entry permitted from eoxh contestant
past week in and Certificate . 60.00 :
Tampa was accompanied .
WHICH INCLUDES and only one winner will b* named in anyone

I home by her sister. Balance . $139.50 household.
BEAUTYREST Mrs. D. J. Clark.
3. Entries will bj judged en correctness, prompt
MATTRESSES Mrs. A. B. Baker is spending -$50 PRIZES
rI ness and neatness of reply. The decision of the o
Wednesday to Sunday visiting her '
Price $199.50 win be final. All entries become the
HIDE-A-BED sisters, Mrs. E. L. Biggs in De- Machine list judges prop- 4

I catur, Ga. and Mrs. Charlie Bur- _ Certificate . 50.00 ; : k city of the company.

I 0 STUDIO DIVANS ton in Atlanta. I Balance . $149.501 ,, 4 I 4. Employees' of the company and a.

Miss June Jeffords of Fairbankswas newspaper employees are aot s
I SOFA BEDS the weekend guest of :Mr. : Will BE CHOSEN FROM I eligible to participate.

I and Mrs. Merrill Edwards. __ ___ _
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Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Hayes and 4 _-_-___ I

t daughters, Maureen and Mary Jo a THURSDAY, FEB. 17 -

of Rockville, Md. spent the past _e ____.L, # ,4 4 _________ a
ten days with Mr. and Mrs. O. L.Linsin. _

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"You The Best The Market Affords At Reasonable Prices": Mr.Headland.and Mrs.Ala.N. N.and Stringfellowof Mr., and ACME. STORES S SI- Acme Stores, 408 Forsythe, Jacksonville l ; Fla.

Mrs. H. E. Graddick of Dothan, Gentlemen: t with to submit; ymi entry etcloted sU l M ttkkh I tare :.
Ala. spent Friday to Sunday with count of Ike comet wwibM ol fr ckUi.per ST.S

Denmark Furniture Co. i iI Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Lawson. I 408 Forsythe I MY COUNT IS_.FRECKLESADDRESS I

!! Mrs. L E. Clark was visiting I NAMF-

Mrs. A. E. Kurtz In Jacksonville I

Saturday. Jacksonville Florida _ PHONE -_
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y yy yy yy yyYYY Y YY- f!I aviation and to develop leadership. day, Jan. 31, in Folkston, Ga. home there very soon. will be made on self-employed I 1955. 1553.
Trainees are given a complete Charles and Patsey Clabough of Mr. and Mrs. Earnest F. Hersh- farm earnings until the end of the (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charts A.Darby OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Party

KEYSTONE HEIGHTS AND VICINITY course in electronics, navigation, Jacksonville were guests of his berger and :Mr. and Mrs. Alvin 1955 crop year, blanks for making I By Marian Clerk L Crosby.of the Circuit Deputy Clerk Court By Marian Clerk L. Crosby of the Circuit Deputy Court Clerk

and meteorology, and may be chosen sister Edna (Mrs. M. L. Beasley), Woellner from Burbank, CaL were I. reports will not be available until 3 4 4r S -

Ann James for a visit to foreign countries also her mother, :Mrs. Carl Whaleyof I guests of their friends, Mr. and i iI that time. However, any questions Circuit MITICE Court.TO Bradford\PI'ranI. : CoBOty, --
By and for Air Force base summer Waldo, and her nephew, C. W. I Mrs. R. c. Pekie, at their home in.farmers might have concerning the Florida la Ch.nr ry. .

.AAAAALALALAAALAA A AA A AA AAA encampments when his or her Cuzzort 'and her niece Mrs. Shir- I Lake View Highlands. i reporting of earnings and the paying Ralph Traynham Traynham., Defendant.Plaintiff, vs. Lorraine I DANGER I
!cepted. More news concerningthis record is outstanding in the cadet ley Williams of Jacksonville. Char- I Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hamilton of taxes should be directed to Case No. 1O-'51 H Is Dangerous to Neglect
Keystone Inn Sold programs.The les Clabough is now stationed at spent Sunday in Lake Butler visit- the District Director of Internal Nonceiu AppearTo Cough from Common Cold
project in a week or so. Lorraine
last week was : Traynham whose
Top news in town the Naval Air Station, but will ing John Brown. Revenue's
Special Election CalledA Keystone Heights Squadronmet at Jacksonville.Any residence and address is: Unknown. Chronic bronchitis may develop if
the sale of the Inn to G. E. Wig. special election will be held Feb. 4, and the next meeting be leaving soon on a cruise. Dr. and :Mrs. George F. B. Smith questions about rights and (i You are hereby notified that a your cough chest cold or acute bronchitis
suit for
gins, president of the Keystone will be and her mother. Mrs. Wilsie, from is not treated and you cannot
March 8 at the Town Hall to Friday, 18, at 8 p. m. Mrs. Daisy Mansfield will enter benefits under the Social Divorce
the on SecurityAct
State Bank. For many years at the Keystone Air Park on Road I Riverside Hospital on Thursday, Gainesville called on Miss Cleya I.nas been filed against you In the afford to take a chance with any medicare -
Inn with its beautiful setting, replace a deceased member. i Carson. Dr. Smith has recently should be directed to the social above named Court and cause and less potent than Creomulskjn. It
Duplicate Contract Club 1,00. Application blanks may be Feb. 11, to undergo surgery for you are reQuired to serve a copy of goes into the bronchial system to help
was a place where local residents obtained from the nearest Civil the removal of cataracts. returned from a trip to the Hon- security office in Gainesville. yeur answer or pleading to the com- loosen and apel germ laden phlegmand
could take guests on birthdays, On Tuesday, Feb. 1, Mr. and Mrs. Air Patrol unit. duras. He is head of the soils de- plaint. on the Plaintiffs Attorney aid nature to soothe and heal raw
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Zeitier r: K.
Ferryman Starke Florida
anniversaries, holidays, and other John Karges and Mr. and Mrs.E. at the tender.inflamedbronchialmembr&ncs.Creomulsion .
Girl Scouts Cookie Sale partment University. and file the original in the officeof
from Pittsford N. Y.
special occasions. Naturally, the F. Aiken tied for high score. passing by Virgil Russell from Washington !. Circuit NOTICE TO APPEAR the Clerk of the Circuit Courton I blends becchwood
full of On Feb. 8, monthly muter The Keystone Melrose Girl on their way to Miami stopped to Bradford Contr. or before the 7 day of March creosote by special process with other
place is crammed pleasant Tuesday, D. C. will be a guest at the White Florida In Chaneery. 1955
Scouts are holding a cookie sale visit few hours with their friend ; otherwise the allegationsof
a time-tested medicines for It
I coughs.
Mabel Franklin,
memories and when blazing flames -point night, Mr. and Mrs. Fremont Feather court for one month. Plaintiff vs. Wil- said Complaint will be taken as
during this month. Adults in chargeof Mrs. Gertrude Burch. liam Franklin Defendant confessed by you. contains no narcotics.Get .
rose high In the air not long ago, Tolles won high score, and the Girl Scout We understand that there were Case No. 10-S50 This notice shall be published a large bottle of Creomulsion at
destroying the upper story, many Mrs. Cecil R. Hook and Mrs. Allen program are: George and Margaret Raab, about 40 Rotarians at the George Notice To Apprar. once each week for four consecutive your drug store. Use it all as directed.
Committee members, :Mrs. Win. To: William Franklin, whose
former residents here for weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph
stood by, not saying much Just Graham won second high. stopped Washington Hotel on :Monday from residence and address Is: Newton Creomulsion is guaranteed to pleas
thinking.Mr. Variety Show Siprelle, Mrs. E. Betts, and Mrs. a chat with their friends, :Mr. and Keystone Heights, which seems North Carolina. Dated this 1 day of February, you or druggist refunds money. Adv.ALVAREZ' .
D. Sullivan. Leaders, Mrs. Elmer Mrs. Ed. Stuckey, before You are hereby notified that a i
stated that he did Is Big Success going onto like
Wiggins I Livingston and Mrs. Fremont a very good representation suit for
not want to own a hotel, 'but did The March of Dimes campaign Tolles. Jacksonville. from here at the convention. DIvorcehas been filed }) ten's Clothing
sponsored by the Woman's Club, Air-Force General Spaatz honored you in the IIII L STORE II
above named Court and and
want the of the -
ownership property Dinner Planned
featured a Womanless Weddingand our community and Villa you are required to serve a copy of' II 1S94 II !
to remain here. He suggested to several skits on Feb. 3-4 in The Woman's Club is having a Plumosa as a guest there one night Social SecurityFor your answer or pleading to the complaint _
the Plaintiffs I
a number of interested citizens the Woman's Club at 8 p. m. They roast beef dinner on Feb. 26. The last week. The artist, Fred Brun- Farmers Now E. K.on Perryman, Starke,Attorney Florida II
that a corporation be formed and were highly successful financially, chairman for this committee is ner, of Philadelphia, a friend of and file the original In the officeof I

that this group buy the land and I playing' to a capacity house each Mrs. Sara McDonald and her as- Gordon Purdy, is. also an old Many persons in this county are before the Clerk the of 7 the day Circuit of March Court 1955 ODor ; DRAPES 1Q

buildings for exactly what he paid I night. The committee and entire sistants are Mrs. Axel Malmgren, friend of Gen. Spaatz. receiving monthly benefit checks otherwise the allegations of said
for it, and turn the Inn into a'' Mrs. Jack Elliot, and Mrs. Seth Complaint will be taken as confessed -
cast congratulated under Federal and Sur-
are on an excellent Major and :Mrs. Wm. A. rvasley Old-Age by you.
country club. Mr. Wiggins' gener- : performance and two evenings Kennedy.The and their daughter, Leslie Louise, vivors Insurance. These benefitsare This notice sSkn be published SLIP COVERSREUPHOLSTERING
once each week for four consecutiveweeks
ous and civic offer has been much of hilarious fun. Library payable because these
former residents of Keystone during people in the Bradford County Tele-I
appreciated and plans are now Members of the Woman's Club in srapb.
worked covered
The committee and cast are as the war, were dinner gussts employment by
under way to form such a are being asked to give a two- Dated this 1 day of February,
corporation follows: General chairman, Watson of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Dona on the Social Security Law and paid
so that the offer can be ac- hour session each month. Please social security taxes.
Hardenbergh; director and assistant Sunday. :Major Peasley has returned -
.. Mrs. E. Altman and Mrs. phone Mrs. Emory Cooper, chair- to the Marine Corps service Beginning January 1, 1955 the P. D. Q.Proven a BEAUTIFUL FABRICS
,- -. ".. man. The library will be openIon r ELEGANT STYLING :
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-- --- Carl Fendrick. :Master of cere- and will be leaving the Naval money made from farming will '
monies, A. E. (Bud) Anthony. Solo- Mondays and Fridays, 3-5 p. m., Air Station in Jacksonville, to be'count towards social security bene- Dependable Quick e PEUFECT TAILORING

ist, Bill Harrell, and Pianist, C. W. and Wednesdays, 7-9 p. m. stationed at Opalocka.Mr. fits. Thus, all of this County's
Parent Teacher Assn. Protein Vitamin Mineral Call Peg at 239 for Advice and
Cuzourt. and Mrs. Willis P. Chick self-employed farm operators may
On Feb. 15 at 8 m. in the I
Skits The Gruesome Two- school-house, the co-chairmen p. on recently returned from a trip find themselves receiving benefits SupplementsFOR A Free Estimate
some; :Miss Jacque Collins and Mrs. through central and South Florida under this program in their old
Mrs. Neal Waters and
Dovie Sibley. :Mystery Guest, Mrs. programs Mrs. stopping to visit friends along the age. Should they die, their de- ALL LIVESTOCKThe 1
: Edward Beebe, have arrangeda
John R. Roberts. Sweethearts Founder's Day Re- way.Mr. pendents might also qualify for CHAS. C. SHEPHERDTV
Strolling through the Park, C. W. program. : and Mrs. Herbert I. Ste benefits. The year 1955 will be the
freshments will be served and Farmers
Ctt Cuzourt and Bill Harrell. Liberace'e I vens, on Lake Geneva, sold a lot first time that earnings from op Supply
Radio Seat Covers
they are hoping that all membersand Upholsterin
Baby Sister, Wallace Muhlhoffer. adjourning their property, to Mrs.Stevens' erating a farm can be reported for 10th and Cherry Sts.
friends of the P. T. A. will
Starke Fla.
sister Mrs. this ,
Lawrence protection
Womanless Phone 51-W Starke, Fla.
Wedding Bride, remember to attend.
McLaughlin, who intends to build a Since no social security returns ,
Anthony Baker; Groom, Ed Wig- Community Church .
.74 WON gins; Maid of Honor, George Members of the new Board of

Schaeffer; Best Man, Fremont Stewards are A. F. Crosby and
ICE CriEAM! Tolles; Bridesmaids, Frank Wal- Frank Dgen, who will serve for

rath Jr. and Lindsey Walker; two years, and Mrs. Seth Kennedy,

Flower Girl, Mayor Leslie Beas- who will serve for one year.
ley; Ring Bearer, George Massa: First Baptist Church

Soloist, Walter Parsons; Minister, The W. M. U. held its regular

I'I Watson Hardenberg; Ushers and monthly meeting Tuesday at the N a

Groomsmen, E. Altman A. T. home ef Mrs. C. T. Parker on Key- 4.

Dasher; Mother of the Bride Ar- stone Lake, at 10 a. m. A covered
thur G. Louden Sr.; Father of the dish luncheon was served follow

bride E. T. Martin; Uncle, Donald ing a program arranged by Mrs.
Christoffers; Aunt S. E. McKay; Altman.
Grandfather Fendrick; Grandmother Park-of-the-Palms

Jx C. E. Mitchell; Guest, Gay Livingston Colonists Are Here

; Jilted Sweetheart, Hunt- Now occupying their homes in

ley Redfearn; Twins, Lex and Bill the residence colony on Lake of

Baker; Colored Nurse, Arthur Bays are Mr. and Mrs. Ben F. '

Beckwith; Mrs. Know-all, William Gordon, Grand Rapids, Mich., Mr.
Belote.A and Mrs. B. L. Fisher of Martins-

pantomine (the lovers), "Don't' ville, Va. and Mr. and Mrs. DavidJ. *4 < L ry.

Let Me Go," was ably done by Mrs.' Kemman of Zion, Ill 4s
'Arry Fay McCormick and Mrs. Paul The home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank

Taylor, former residents on Lake
all Of this talent right here, of Bays has been purchased by;
all{ flavors I am told that one of these dayswe Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Brown of Y. ,

may expect a top-notch min Olean N. Y., who plan to move
strel. Just hoping. in on Feb. 14. 3
$. PECIAL sate Keystone Heights Squadron Dr. Charles Seidenspiner of the
S Civil Air Patrol Southern Bible College in Birmingham -

Capt. Bert Christoffers gives in Ala., who has been speaking .

HALF GALLONS formation about many phases con at Park- f-the-Palms each morning -
cerning the operation of this im and evening, will deliver his

portant organization which meets last address tonight (Friday) at

every other Friday night and now 8 p. m. His subject will be "The
has 31 members. Boys and girls Song of Somomon." :

89 o from age 15 to 17 are eligible for Personal Items T ky4:14

cadet training and older men and I Maj. James Lash of Andrew ;*

women may qualify for regular Field, Md. recently stopped by for L ,

CAP membership. This programhas a short visit with his sister-in-law,,
no bearing on the individual's Mrs. Elizabeth Campbell. .

AT MOST draft status. F. H. Rutledge of Lake Genev

The organization was started I states that his son, Richard Hunter

BORDEN DEALERS Dec. 1, 1941 and the cadet pr Rutledge, and Alma McPherson,

gram is designed to assist young daughter of Wm. McPherson of
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= and and To Appear State Of Florida Tot (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. DarbyAs ,
and vanilla. Put above named Court cause Charles R. Hess 20* Guaranty Lila
Add lemon
HINTS TO juice i you are reaulre4 to serve a copy of Donald L. Schaffer, whose residence Clerk of said Court I Florida.Attys .
I Jacksonville
and address is Fasron 77, I
f into angel food cake pan. JOur answer or pleading to the com- :
I Plaintiffs Attorney Div. lZ, c/o F.P.O., New York. New By Marian 1* Crosby Deputy Clerk for Plf. 1'SI 4t Z11AYE
SOIL CONSERVATION HOUSEWIVESPERFECT Bake 30 minutes at 275 degrees p1aiT'Frank Landrum, Starke, York.
F.; raise temperature to 325 de- Florida You are required to appear on
CAKES grees F. and bake 30 minutes longer. and file the original In the office of February 21, 1955 in the above
i N-E-.W-S the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or named Court and cause wherein
i If one of your New Year's reso- before the 21 day of February. 1955; plaintiff seeks divorce
Bill Haas ; lutions was to put more health on Yellow Sponge Cake otherwise the allegations of said Bradford County Telegram stall
I By will be taken as confessed -
.I the family's dinner table in 1955, Ingredients: 11 egg yolks, 2 cups Complaint by you. publish weekly issues.this Order In next four

I U- S. SOIL CONSERVATION there's no better way than through sugar, 1 cup scalding milk, 1tea- This notice shall lie four published Witness my hand and official
week for
once each consecu-
fl the use of eggs. spoon vanilla, 2 1-4 cups cake tive week In the Bradford County seal at Starke. Florida this January
SERVICE ,r ; Eggs are important to good nu flour, and 2 teaspoons baking Telegraph. 15. 1955.
; trition. in the Dated this 19 day of January,
I They're top class powder. 1955.
I I with foods like meat and milk whenIt Sift sugar. Sift flour and bak- OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby

Th oaro of Supervisors for the Supervisors; the County Agent, or comes to protein, and they con- ing powder together. I By 'Marian Clerk L. Crosby of the, Deputy Circuit Court Clerk LOT SALENew allel thrit"eim
Bradrd Soil Conservation Dis- the Soil Conservation Service. tain vitamins A and B (two of the Beat egg yolks and sugar until 1/21 4t 1/11
monthly The Board also discussed the B vitamins, thiamine and ribo- smooth and lemon-colored. Add Rd.
their regular
trict flavin), and iron, phosphorus, and scalding milk, la The Circuit Court Of Bradford Blanding, o '
meet at Lloyd Green's home. possibilities of getting a forage beating vigorously <; aoty, Florid. la Chancery
Thoskttending the meeting wereV. chopper and liquid fertilizer other minerals. while adding. Add flour and va- Ruth Lynell Schaffer, Plaintiff, vs. 55
RFerguson chairman, Lloyd spreader. The cost of this equipment Eggs are plentiful. So why not nilla. Donald L. Schaffer.TO APPEAR Defendant4OTICE SEE PAGE 10j _

Gree, J. B. White and Foster is being checked. It is felt use them often Batter will be very thin. Pour Case No. 10-828 j
Order Of Pabllraliaa Ami .Notice I I
the home-maker into two 10-inch
Smitl supervisors; G. T. Hugginssecr that the cost of the equipment and who layer cake pans, I
Bill Haas Conservation the limited amount of use the wants to serve an angel food cake, greased. Bake 30 minutes at 325 I
Servfc.Agn#. equipment will get will prohibitthe wonders what to do with the dozenor degrees F.

the Board held a lengthy buying of this equipment. so yolks. The following recipes .r .
discwion on wild fires. Lloyd Complete soil and water conser- for cakes help to solve that problem w

Greeitold the group that since a vation farm plans were deliveredto since whites and yolks are TO ALL\iOl'lCE PERSON'STATE OF P OD.\TE
Robert Strunk his located used. Either cake may be frozen, IN THE INTERESTED HUNDREDS
wild [re got into his pasture his on place OF S.UD DEFENDAYT -
like they have on buckskin on the Hampton-Theressa after it has been cooled and is You : r
tr cows prsets pok and that they used a I road. R. L. (Bill) Reddish on his I wrapped in moisturevaporproofpaper. written are instrument hereby notified purporting that a o 'to ur.00o $
f tractr to pull the strings tight. farm on the Lawtey-Raiford road. Many cake icings and be said the last will! and testament of of details are managed and economic

, "Wat Soil Conservation Dis- A. H. Harley on his farm located frostings do not hold up in freez- probate decedent in this has court.been You admitted are hereby to ally attended that only a trained and

trictaare Doing to Conserve Soil about two miles out the Old Bland- ing. It is better to freezejhe cake months commanded within six calendar- t careful organization can attend when
Road and to Tom Jr. without an icing. from the date of the first the need for serving is at
and Tater Resources in Florida"is j ling Casey publication of this notice to appear urgent
. th subject for the speaking' for his farm located in the Lawteyarea. Angel Food Cake in this court and show cause, if any hand.
can why the action of this
oontet that the Bradford Soil Ingredients: 1 1-2 cups cake court in admitting said will to probate -
Consrvation District is going to Soil and water conservationfarm flour, 2 1-4 cups sugar. 2 teaspoons should TIIERON not stand unrevoked The Florida Bank at Starke brings you the latest United
sponsor; here in the County. Prizes plans were prepared for V. cream of tartar, whites of 12 large A. YAWN. DeWITT C. JONES

of a |18.75 defense bond, $1p and S. St. John, Morris Carter, J. B. eggs, 1 tablespoon lemon juice, First L95i. publication onouFebruarye 4, Phone 7 Starke Fla.t. Press world news (summary on Station WDVH at noon
$5 wit be awarded to the three Prevatt, A., D. Dobbs, Lawrence and 1 teaspoon vanilla. .-
2/4 It 2/25 I each
Monday and Friday.FLORIDA.
winnra. The first prize winner of Wiggins, and H. C. (Pete) Wain- Sift flour three times, add 1 teaspoon Funeral Director
Ambulance Service
the 0 unty contest will go to an wright. These plans will make suggestions cream of tartar, and sift I. Circuit Court TO Bradford APPEAR Couty
area iontest and then to the State on the best use of each two more times. Sift sugar. Florid IB Chancery. Our local funeral home enables us to cffer convenience and

contest if successful. Boys and I. acre of land. We were walking over Separate eggs which have been Gus E.Kershaw Kershaw, Defendant.Plaintiff vs. Regina services Dot otherwU availableWe

girls it the high school are eligible.' Pete Wainwright's place when Pete at room temperature for several f Case No. 10-831

For Information on the subject pointed to a good stand of Ar- hours. Beat until foamy and add Notice To: Regina To Appear Kershaw, whose residence M r -1"1 ._ r ..r BANK at STARKE

contact members of the Board of gentine Bahla. He stated that he 1 teaspoon cream of tartar. Continue and address is: 65 Lang St., furnish the highest type service at lowest prices, and

used the District's seeder-culti- beating until whites standup Newark You are New hereby Jersey.notified ccopt ANT life insurance policy in force lasted by ANY crew

ES2SSZ5Z525ZSZSZ5Z5ESZ525SSE525Loans packer and it helped him get a in peaks. Add sugar 2 table- suit forDivorce that a I company, as payment la pan or in full on a funeral Member Florida National Group
good stand of grass. spoons at a time. Fold in flour. custody, support of min
, or child I Consultation carries no obligation I
1 .I,has been filed against you in the .. .. .. -

Home DemonstrationNotes a ....- -
\ Zi

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k yea +;+ I bjDOROTHY ROSS No a single

1..N r. Home Demonstration Agent gaso1ineno.not ones

Vitamin C Combine sugar, cornstarch and
For CitizensOf Since very little vitamin C is salt in a sauce pan. Blend In

Starke And stored in the body, you should eat grapefruit juice. Cook over
one or more servings daily of foods medium heat until mixture is very
Trading Area high in this vitamin such as citrus thick, stirring constantly. Add

fruits, strawberries, tomatoes, raw remaining ingredients. Cook over has octane t than
Marion Finance Co. of Gainesville cabbage or other raw greens. low heat one minute, stirring all higher
often the people ef Starke their Vitamin C is needed for healthy the while. Cool. Spread betweenthe

famous loan plans. These plans are gums and blood vessels and to help two layers of grapefruit cake.
designed to help worthy working protect the body from diseases Yields sufficient filling for one 9-
people of alll walks of life .The !such as colds which are so com- inch cake.

"GET ACQUAINTED" $25.00 or mon at this time of the year. GrapefrultSeten Minute Frosting

$50.00 PAYDAY Loan or the more The Grapefruit Cream Cake recipe 1 unbeaten egg white, 3-4 cup
popular BUDGET Loan. This below was submitted by :Mrs. sugar, 2 tablespoons fresh grape-

consolidates the many bills you Frances Casebeer of Deland last fruit juice, 1-16 teaspoon salt, 1-2
now have into a ONE payment in citrus recipe contest. teaspoon
year a grated grapefruit rind, New GULF NO'NOXY
plan with One place to owe. This This cake tastes somewhat like 1-8 teaspoon grated lemon rind. 1955
one plan may save you up to 50 Lemon Cheese Cake and is de I Combine the first 4 ingredientsin
per cent of what you are now licious. It gives us another good the top part of double boiler.
lg'by not call Marion
paJ way of using grapefruit. Place over boiling water. Beat
Finance today at 5333 Gainesville
Cake with
Grapefruit electric or rotary beater until
? Call us collect and let
yep 2 1-2 cups sifted all purpose the mixture stands in stiff peaks.
Marion Finance solve those Money flour 2 1-2 teaspoons double action Beat in grated grapefruit and
Problem.iUt of those fast
one baking powder, 1-2 teaspoon salt, lemon rind. Frost top and sides of "
helpful Loans Remember the
2-3 cup shortening 1 1-3 cups the cake. If desired, sprinkle ad-
payment plan is made to fit )'ourbudgeL
sugar, 1 tablespoon grated grape- ditional rind over too of cake for A
fruit rind 3-4 teaspoon grated garnish. Yields sufficient frostingfor I but octane alone

lemon rind, 3 unbeaten. 1-2
George Ellis the friendly manager eggs top and sides of two 9-inch
at Marion Finance welcomes you cup grapefruit juice, 1-2 cup water. layers. ,.
to inquire into the Loans offer by I Sift together flour, baking Household Linen QuestionsThis
this Loan Company Rememberalso I powder, and salt. Cream together is the time of year when
that this is another business shortening, sugar and grated many homemakers inventory their is not enough.

transaction which Is confidential.Its grapefruit and lemon rind. Beat household linens and then take .
in at time. Add flour ....
eggs one a
just between the borrower and I advantage of seasonal white sales
the Lender The cost Is smalL mixture alternately with grape- to replenish their supply. This r a.
For Instance $50.00 for 30 days is fruit juice and water. Beat batter NO-NOX"
I brings a perennial question of That's why new Super-Refined Gulf
only $1.75 Interest cost. Other 1-2 minute. Bake in 2 well-greased, .whether to buy heavy muslin

plans are in proportion So lightly floured round 9-inch pans !sheets and pillowcases of the softer is specially made to burn clean-to protect
for your next money needs see 30 minutes at 350 degress F Turn smoother percales and finer mus- a
Marion Finance at Gainesville out on wire rack to cool. Spread lies :{> '. your engine-to give you thousands of extra
grapefruit cream filling between
I Both of sheets have ad-
layers. Frost with grapefruitseven I miles of full engine
Marion Finance vantages, and the wise choice de- power.
mjnute frosting. Yield -
pends on the qualities that meet
Company Inc. 12 servings.Grapefruit .
the special needs of the household.

218 West University Ave 1 cup sugar Cream, 1-2 Filling cup cornstarch, Heavy buys muslin for durability.sheets of They 140 typeare are : ..,: ;:>: Fill up with new Super-Refined Gulf NO-NOX and feel

Over The Gainesville Gas Co. 1-2 teaspoon salt, 1 cup fresh suited to sturdy wear such as the M{ :'L, : Y' the difference, right from the start, in full engine power

Phone 5333 grapefruit juice, 2 tablespoons \rough and tumble of children's I that lash!You'11 get:
margarine, 2 egg yolks, 1-2 teaspoon beds for example. Because the

grated lemon rind, 1 tablespoon .fabric is heavy, the sheets tend to More complete engine protection than with so-
25L 'a.1 Q5;! rind.
wrinkle less in use than finer, soft- ra r.
er sheets. But their weight may lamp is burning the } This lamp is burning called "miracle-additive" gasolines."DIR1Y'BURNING .

add to laundering cost if they are
NEW SUPER-REFINED Extra gas mileabgeintheshort-triPstoP'and-godrivd ,
sent to laundries that charge by
The Oldest/ TV Dealer In the pound.In JRiI END",of gasoline GULF NO-NOX, the ing motorists do most.

contrast, the so-called -- ... .
Bradford County sheets -- percales of 200 types or which! GULF.refines'outAlways : f cleanBiimSigsuperfuefThis Stall-proof smoothness instant starts. fast,

SERVICING ANY MAKE RADIO OR TV finer muslins of 180 type are fuel-saving warm-up.
the buys for smoothness and soft-

ness, but they can't take such hard No knock, no pre-ignition-even In today's high- '

wear as heavy muslins. remember:Octanealoneisnotenough.
FOR compression engines.
Read the labels and prices at clean make its
Only a gasoline that burns can .
h u'ttirr. stores and compare offerings.
Warm Start full octane power really work for you mile i r-------------------------------------------------'I

GUARANTEEDDEPENDABLE Most people know that a cold after mile. I I ,
motor starts hard. But not every- I I II
This is GULF'S PLEDGE to the motoring public
instead of
one knows that this slow difficult That's\\by, trying to fight I (

start may be a strain on the motoror deposits with so-called"miracle additives"I I I Iinside
may cause wear on the mechan in prevent'e at Gulf make this promise to Americas finest in power, in performance, in engine
,,. AND your engine-Gulf believes
I motorists. We will not permit a single competitor protection. I
:ism.Good ing them from forming in the first place I ; removes I I

t, QUICK motor-driven cold-weather household care appliance of any the cause-the "dirty-burning tail- I -no,_not_a_single_one-to offer a gaspa This is not a boast,not a c l?im. It is a pledge

SERVICERCA calls for keeping appliances where end of gasoline, at the refinery, to bring I I line superior to our own superb NoNox.It to you, the motoring public-a pledge backed

the temperature is not too low or I is our sincere belief that No-Nox is the by the resources-and the integrity-of the
Victor 17-Inch bringing it into a warm place to you new
I I finest gasoline on the market today,and no matGulf Oil Corporation I
Trent lowest priced RCA I take the chill off the grease or oilI Just look at the plates in the photo above, i
Victor TV. Cabinet 30% PHONEFREE j I (before using. For the sake of the I ter what others do or say we will l keep it the 1
tmaller than prior models. I motor the home freezer or refrigerator and see what a difference Gulf super-refining I .,,..
Ebony finish. Matching k should not be placed makes'o! p9'

"Roll Around" stand on where the temperature may go be- ---------------------------------

wheels Model 17SX50.available' extra.-- 239 | low 40 degrees F., unless it is

(especially equipped to operate at
ilow temperatures. If the washing ?

$159.95 t !machine is kept on the back porch,,
I ,it should be brought into a warm

\room a few hours before running.
y Sewing machines, vaccum clean lIIIIr 'NO'NOXY ;

hers, electric mixers or any other ._
WE GUARANTEE YOUR PICTURE $9.95 motor-driven appliances, large 01 -

small, deserve before
a warm-up -
using, if they are kept where it is" ;
cold. The lubricant whether !
Itssuper'refined..toburnclean :
: -
grease or --should be warn i
CHAS. C. SHEPHERDRADIO enough to do its job before thE ,. !

motor is started. \ The '55 gasoline for all high-compression engines J 'I !i


Phone 239 Starke, Fla. IB The County Judge'. Court I. A.< I
For Bradford ('o..t,.. Florida. PHONE 155 STARKE. FLA.FRJiY. .

..- '- ---'..::' -- '-::' : :. .: ". :_- -' --- :. JOHN IX RE ELDRIDGE: Estate of SMITH, Deceased. .


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___."'_.. nrrfTARY_ n--- ll.__. 1955
i hear this female trio sing "Heartsof Johns. We are certain that i
In The
$100 .
Couaty .Jad
Stone." e' Court IB and (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby weeks In the Bradford County Tele OFFICIAL SEAL !lanes A. Darby
NEWS 'OF INTEREST TO COLORED was sent to Allen Chapel and the IN For RE:Bradford Estate County, Florid. Clerk of the Circuit Court graph. ( Clerk of) Circuit Court
SPORTS resolution has been amended to JOHN ELDRIDGB of Br Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk Dated this IS day of January 3y Marian L. Croci Deputy Clerk
CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYBy SMITH Deceased 2/4 It 8/15 1955. 4t : .
After basketball will come box- that fact. Until we get confirmation -I AOTICE TO CREDITORS (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby 1/21
I ing at R. J. E. Watch this columnfor from the other churches we I Eldridge All creditors of the, estate of John NOTICE TO APPEAR Clerk of the Circuit Court i iI iI I
Smith, deceased, are here- la Circuit ('..rt. Bradford Marian
Ozora Johnson Editor County. By L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk.
I the date of the first match. wish to withdraw their name. Ac- by notified and required to file any Florldai In Chaacerr. 1/21 4t 1/11

AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAaAAaAAAAAAAAAAAAAA I The Tigers and Tigerettes of cording to Deacon A. 0. Jenkins claims or demands which they may Vincent Argiro, Plaintiff, n.n.-
have against said estate in the office tionette Argiro. Defendant. LOT SALE !
R. J. E. experienced a twih victory of New Bethel Baptist Church no I of the county judge of Brad- Case No. 10-859 In rirrvit Court Bradford Coaaty
Mothers March Of Dimes some very sane steps for teaching Alachua such ford County Florida in the court JJotlc To I
I over Training School money has been received. We Appear Florida> IB Chancery.
On Monday Feb. 7, at 7 p. m. and working in the new 6cht>ols. l last Friday in have not heard house at Starke Florida within To: Antoinette Argiro, whose resIdence Matty Story Deaton, Plaintiff, vs. New Blanng( Rd.
spite of the near from Mt. Moriah eight calendar months from the and address is: 1025 70th Charles L. Deaton. Defendant. ;
chairman :Marion Dell led the March wind on the date of the first publication of this Street Brooklyn. New
the article last York.
Adult Education game was played. week. We regret Case No. 1049 I
Mother's March for Polio. Many notice. Each claim or demand must You are hereby notified rtiat a Notice To AppearTo SEE PAlE( 10CHIROPIMIC i
The local
lassies had an but error due to be In
. The Bradford County Board of easy misinformation -: writing and must state the suit for : Charles L. Deaton. whose
mothers in Reno, Pleasant City, Public Instruction is interested in thrilling time scoring a victory of and would appreciate our place of residence and postoffice address Divorcehas residence and address is: 114 East': : I II It
Lincoln City and Pleasant Grove of the claimant and must be been filed against you In the Laurel
readers Street. Florence, South Car- I
having all colored citizens interested 30 to U, while the laddies eked calling any fact to our I sworn to by the claimant his agent, above named Court and cause and lolina.You.
In this '
participated march Some in furthering their educa- out with a 34 to 27 victory. Our attention that may be erroneous. or his attorney, or It will become you are required to serve a copy of are hereby notified that a
of mothers incuded void according to law. answer the t
the Christine your or pleading to for divorce
Jerelene Dommon Al- L ion do so. We will send a questionnaire hats are off to Coaches Butler and i I January 26, 1955. complaint on the Plaintiff has been filed against you In the
to you soon asking you to tells Shell for this twin victory. Keep I Ihi I MYRA S. VARNEDOE, Attorney T. Frank Landrum. above named Court and cause and
Jenkins Marjorie Barnes HILDA HOUSTON. Starke. Florida
ma ,
you are required to
this serve a of
Lee Frazier Ozora Johnson and u the things you are interested in up and we will win the Tournament CIrf'Dlt Comrt' Bradford COlla'". Executrices of the Estate of and file the original in the officeof your answer or pleading tt the copy complaint
in Florida; la fhaactrr. JOHN ELDRIDGE SMITH. de- the Clerk of the Circuit
St. Augustine on Feb. Court on I I on the Plaintiff* Attorney
taking. If Is large enough,
Maybelle E. Roberts. Many other a group 2425. Elizabeth Ellis Small. Plaintiff vs ceased. or before the 7 day of March Samuel W. Getz n. P. O. Box is effective i iri restoring
have enrolled with chairman classes can be organized and will Harold Small Defendant. First publication on February 4. 1955; otherwise the allegations of 81, Gainesville, Florida.
persons be sponsored free. Don't forget to CHURCH NEWS Case No. 10-843 1955 said Complaint will be taken as and file the original In the office ot health to thousaos because
Dell. We are sure you will Order Of Publication And Kotic 'I'o 2/4 4t 2/25 confessed by you. the Clerk of the Circuit Court it locates
give generously to help fight this register your interests as soon as Mt Pisgah A. M. E. Church will\ Appear, State of Florida Toi This notice shall be published or before the 21 day of February on, and rfioves the
you receive the information sheet. hold its second quarterly confer- Harold Small, whose residence and once each week for four consecutive. 1955; otherwise the allegations of cause of disease!
dreaded disease. address is: 417 Lake Avenue weeks In the Bradford County Telegraph said Complaint will be taken
State Dt'partDlt'nt1sltor 1'. T. A. & Hobby Club ChitChatA ence on Sunday, Feb. 13, with Dr. Asbury Park New Jersey. NOTICE. TO APPEARIn confessed by you. as Since the fun on of the
rich program was presented G. P. Pierce, presiding. Sunday You are required to appear' on\ Circuit Court Bradford County.Floridat Dated this 2 day of Feb., 1955. once each week for four consecutIve body is controlld by the
Our State Supervisor of Negro March 7f 1*5, in the above named In Chancery. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A.DarbyClerk weeks in the Bradford County Tele
Elementary Schools, Minnie Hall by' chairman Mary Royal at the School will begin at 9:30 and court and cause, wherein plaintiff Dinko Buljevic, Plaintiff, vs. Mar- of the Circuit Court graph. I nevrpus system (ealth and

Fields, visited the schools in the l last P. T. A. of the R. J. E. school. morning worship at 11. At 1 p. m. ,of seeks minor divorce child., custody and control IJa Buljevic Defendant.Case No. 10-857 By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy 2/4 4t Clerk 2/25 Dated thU 15 day of January, I vitality cannot $ist when

county on Thursday and Friday of President Sophia Royal congratu- there will be ground-breaking anda I Bradford County Telegraph shall Notice To AppearTo 1955. spinal nerves arj\ pinched.
l lated the committee and all free fish fry. All members and.publish this Order In next four : Marija Buljevic whose residence NOTICE TO APPEARIn -
par- -
last week and gave us much help friends I weekly Issues. and address is: Jurjakrizan-] Circuit Conrt. Bradford County I I : .--- -, BELOW IS SUCI a A CASEA
invited. :
At -
in planning for Unit teaching. She ticipants. Inspiring remarks were 7:30 psn.I Witness my hand and official seal icena 15.-Split Tugaslavia. Florida In Oaarery. -- -

showed several slides that she had made by Rev. Franklin, Rev. Damon program will be rendered by the at 1955.Starke, Florida, this January 28. suit You for are hereby notified that a Weiss Max ,Weiss Defendant, Plaintiff vs. Ruth Wash Your Clothe woman agt 35 was

developed from Florida school sit Dell, and Roosevelt Dell, Jr. Daughters of Jerusalem for the (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby Divorce Case No. 10.860 I nervous, had he ache. in-

uations. She took A Tom Thumb Wedding will be building fund of the'church.. Visit I As Clerk of Said Court. has been filed against you in the Notke To Appear.To 9 Pounds digestion and bw back
a realistic approach By Marian : Ruth Weiss whose residenceand
U Crosby Deputy Clerk above named Court and cause and
the church in
to our situation and suggested presented at Wateroak school this Lincoln City with Lloyd Bass 302 Clark Building, you are required to serve a copy of address is: 119 Albemarle Road, pain. Her case had been

that we not wait for the Friday night at 7:30 p. m. for the the Walker friendly, and wife.pastor, Rev. E. L. 'Jacksonville Attys. for Pl!.Florida. %/4. u 2/25 your plaint answer on the or Plaintiff's pleading te AttorneyT. the com Brooklyn.Your are New hereby York.notified that a For 40c! diagnosed slipped disc following -

new school to do our best, but do benefit of the P. T. A. Principal Frank Landrum, Starke, Florida suit for divorce a fall bull no form
it now. She further Roberts has practiced the bridal Regular services will be held at has been filed against you In the FREE Bleach If Desired! waS
suggested above named Court and treatment effective
Ia Circuit Court Bradford and file the original In the office of cause ;
party long and hard for your en- New Bethel Baptist Church, Rev.A. I Florida U Caaaeery. the Clerk of the Circuit Court on you are required to serve a copy of until the nervou
tertainment. A collection will be Vinson, pastor. Sunday School L John Hanson Plaintiff, vs. Edyth or before the 7 day of March, your answer or pleading to'the complaint eWe $pressurewas
I Hanson 1955; otherwise the allegations of on the Plaintiff's Attorney removed tbni Chir-
taken at the door. The general will begin at 9:30: with Deacon L Defendant. Cast No. 10-842 said Complaint will be taken as T. Frank Landrum, Starke. Florida,
public is cordially invited to at- Julius Royal and others in charge.. I Order Of Publication And Notice To confessed by you. and file the original In the office Will opractic adjustm ts.
This notice shall be of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
Appear publishedonce
tend. A hot lunch was served to Mt. Moriah Methodists will hold L Edyth Hanson State Of, whose Florida residence Tot each week for four consecu- or before the 7 day of March, Dry Your Clothes IN STARKE ITS TilE

the children last Friday by Prin- services on Sunday with Rev. D. and address is: 2281 East 18th tive weeks in the Bradford County 1955; otherwise the allegations of

cipal Roberts. It would be nice itsome W. Demps, pastor, 'in charge. Leona 11 Street You, Brooklyn are required New to York appear; Telegraph.Dated this 2 day of Feb.. 1955. \ said confessed Complaint by you.will be taken as j For 20cIn BOLLINGERCHIROPRACTIC

of the patrons would serve Royal, lay leader, is asking March 7, 1955, In the above named on. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby This notice SaU be aubllshed once
lunch! some of the days. Why don't all'members to come out and do Court and cause wherein plaintiff Clerk of the Circuit Court each weeks week In for four consecutive A'ew Automatic Driers!
seeks divorce. By Mailan L Crosby Deputy Clerk the Bradford County Tele-
you think it over and give it a try? their full duty for the church. Rev. Bradtora county Telegraph shall 2/4 4.t1.5 graph. 6 CLINIC
Hampton Training School will Demps reports that his wife is im publish this Order In next four Dated this 2 day of Feb., 1955.
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
weekly Issues.
hold regular P. T. A. and Hobby proving. Sister Demps has been on L Witness my hand and official seal. NOTICE TO APPIIAnIfe Clerk of tlTe Circuit Court TheYasheteria\ 326 N. Walnut St.

Club meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 15,. the sick list for quite sometime. at Starke. Florida, this January 28,, Circuit i In Court Chancery.Claire Bradford. CountyFlorida Py Marian L. Crosby, Deputy 2/4 f.t25 Clerk OPEN EVENINGS:

We are wishing for her a 11955. McAleer, Plaintiff, James _
according to an announcement veryearly OFFICIAL" SEAL vs. Temple Ave.
) Charles A. Darby Anthony McAleer Jr.. Defendant.Case Starke EXCEPT WEDNESDAY
'iom Principal Taylor. A movieon recovery. I As Clerk of said Court No. 10-856 I
Marian L.
cancer and vocal music will be Allen Chapel A, M. E. Churchwill Lloyd Bass, Crosby 302 Deputy Clerk .Votlee To Appear.To In Circuit Conrt. Bradford County, .
Clark Building., : James Anthony McAleer, Jr.. Florida In -----5---
showp by the All observe Founder's all Jacksonville Florida. Chancery.
supervisor. patrons Day
whose residence and address is; c/o Dolly Mae Marlon. Plaintiff, vs.
are asked to come and bring day Sunday, Feb. 13. Rev. John Attys. for Plf. 2/4 4t 2/25 i Mrs. James Anthony McAleer, Sr. Frank Marion, Defendant

the children. NO admission to the Groover, pastor, has asked all 2707 York.Sedgewick Avenue Bronx, New Notice To Appears Case No. 10-830 '

show. members to pay one dollar at some ISOTICK TO APPEAR You are hereby notified that a To: Frank Marion, whose resi I
CHARLEY E. JOHNS & SON Thurstone Elementary school I time during the day Sunday in II. Circuit Court Bradford Cooatr, suit for dence and address is: Unknown. FOOD AT THE BEST
la control of r
Cbancrry. Divorce custody and You are hereby notified that a
will have P. T. A. on Monday night, honor of our Founding Father, Marie Green, Plaintiff, vs. Jlose minor child suit for
about this question Feb. 21. The Hobby Club meets Richard Allen. Homer Williams, Green. Defendant. Case No. 10-85 has been filed against you In the Divorce I DIXIE RESTAURANTAFFILIATED
"Notice To Appeari above named Court and cause and has been filed against you in the
every Monday night. Principal S. superintendent of the Sunday To: Mose Green, whose residenceand you are required to serve a copy of above named Court and cause and

Santa was good to us C. Price is asking all patrons and School, is asking all scholars to address is: Unknown. your answer or pleading to the com yon are required to serve a copy of WITH DIXIE MOTEL
I I You are hereby notified that a plaint on the Plaintiff's AttorneyT. your answer or pleading to the
jewelry, a watch, golf clubs, friends to attend this meeting. come out and bring a new one. suit for Frank Landrum, Starke, FlaI complaint on the Plaintiffs
R.J.E. The lesson for Sunday is "New Divorce custody and control of and file the original In the Attorney J. Donald Gibson, 100 Now Under New ManagementHome
luggage. I'd hate to take a Coronation Postponed
minor child the Clerk of the Circuit Court on: Smith Building, Jacksonville Fla.,
loss if any of it were damaged, Principal Eddie Thompkins can. Life in Christ. Make this lesson has been filed against you In .b a or before the 7 day of March and file the original in the office of Folks
celed the coronation come true by bringing in a new above named Court and cause Ind10'U 1955; otherwise the allegations of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on Especially
lost, or stolen. Can.such that was scheduled are required to serve a copy of said Complaint will be taken as confessed or before the
belongings be insured for Feb. 3 and announced thatit member. The lesson is dealing your answer or pleading to the by YOU. 21 day of February, 1)55; REASONABLE PRICES
personal with the new life resulting from complaint on the Plaintiffs This notice shall be publishedonce otherwise the allegations of said
against all such risks? will take place on Monday, Feb. Attorney E. K. Perryman, Starke, each week for four consecutive Complaint will "e taken as contess-
14, at 7:30 p. m. in the new cafe-. conversion and regeneration the Florida weeks in the Bradford County Tele id by yonThis Phone 9115 !
torium .of the school. actual change of heart. Conver- and file the original In the office ot graph. notice shall be published
Ruby Lee the Clerk of the Circuit Court on Dated this 2 day of Feb., 1955. one each week for four consecutive
Hall will be crowned Miss R. J. E. sion and regeneration are funda-ior before the 1 day of March 1955; I
while mental requirements of the Chris- otherwise the' allegations of said -
High, Mary Helen White .
Charley"JohnsI will be crowned Miss R. J. E. Ele' tian experience. The teacher is Complaint by "08.will be taken as confessed -_.- _. -- .-..-. -.- -- 1M - : -- ---.-- ---- -- --- -- -,-- -: .- ---.- .- ---- ': ---: -----:-: -.:. _:--.-.::- I

mentary. These coveted honors I obligated, by her own acceptanceof This notice shall be putllshedonce ) I
each week for four consecutive
were won in December of last year Jesus to help others, and especially -i weeks In the Bradford County Tele- !

but we'have been waiting patientlyfor ] the young, make a per- graph. i
& Son Dated this 1 day of February, iI
Agency sonal decision to follow Jesus.
our new auditorium to be completed 1955. I
so that we could have space Correction PleaseIt OFFICIAL" SEAL) Chanes A. Darby
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
for a real ceremony. The, music seems that the editor made an By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk.
Phone 13 Starke, Fl4jLAAAAAAAAALLLAAAAAAA L. department has rqally; plannedsome I error about the donations to the 2/4 4t 2/25 WIN

&I fine music. Come out and I churches by Senator Charley E. % -

Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned und r the provisionsof
j I Chapter 20,95 If Laws of Florida
n n o00000000 Acts of 1941. will register with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court in and

I for Bradford County, State of Flori- .. .
.. ,. ... .. da, upon receipt of proof of publication -
of this notice, the fictitiousname
F of Martha's, under which I am
engaged In business at 145 W. Call
St., Starke, Fla. That the'sole owner -
of this business Is: Martha S.
Yancey. Box 452 Starke, Fla. '-'
Dated this 4th day of February, + ,p -n--i: :::: ...

A.D., 1955 Florida., at Starke, Bradford \.. V :

.. .-.. County 2/4 4t 2/25 ', ::: ::
s.-- ___ .. *+4 A ._- -.__,_-.-,,.,_,,_,_- -,_.... ___5'S.... :. S ... 5_ e. ..
4 Z I S In Circuit Court, Bradford County, .5_,._ _. Si.1 S.zS:7 _
Florida In Chancery. S .
John C. Putz, Plaintiff, vs. Bertha
I % Puts Defendant.
I Case No. 10-858
) e. Notice To AppearTo
t-t : Bertha Putz, whose residence
and address Is: Unknown.You .
: are hereby notified that a
.. .. 5 :" suit for
; Divorcehas
been filed against you In the
above named Court and cause and
2]& you are required to serve a copy of
: I your answer or pleading to the
complaint on the Plaintiffs
Attorney T. Frank Daadrum,
Starke Florida I I.
and file the original In the officeof
_% 7't 5'J : the Clerk of the Circuit Court on i
or before the !
7 day of March, 1955;
otherwise the allegations of said

the feeding plan that pays Complaint by you.will be taken. as confessed _

This notice shall be publishedonce r
each week for four consecutive !
offin weeks in the Bradford County Tele >> !
Dated this 2 day of Feb., 1955. ",,+,';: !
(OFFICIAL! SEAL) Charles A. Darby > I

Clerk of the Circuit Court "H ..",,., :" ..- ,".._._, -_- __ .'.. .. .t.. .""'..'OM"" I
By :Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk !. I
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I'I'J St. Mark's EpiscopalRev. ........YYYTY........... .....TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT..: here last weekend. A good-number attended cottage I i Maxvflle this Friday night. Everyone ..;;

Mr. and Mrs. Homer Smith at Clifton Carter's is invited.
Raymond E. MacBlain and prayer meeting |i it'atlghter.
I LONG BRANCH HEILBRONN Shirley, were Sunday home last Friday night. The next I l Mr. and Mr$. R. E. Sapp and sons

Services at St. Mark's Episcopal i dinner guests of Rev. Herbert Hig-cottage prayer meeting will be of Green Cove visited the Lacey

Church will be as follows: bjr Mrs. J. L. Strickland l\y :Mrs. Ancel NormanAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA I don and family at Maxville. held at Harry Padgett's home at I INormans last Friday night.

Sunday: 9:45 a.m. Church and Jimmy Lang .._ -
school and Adult Class; 11 a.m. -.
Morning Prayer and Sermon 6:30 .. ............. ..... -
Mr. and Mrs. M. Beach,of Jacksonville

p.m Y. P. S. L Little Peggy Lucas was not re- were visitors here and at-

Methodist Church At The TabernacleSpecial Wednesday: 7:30 p.m. Litany covering satisfactorily from the In- tended church services Sunday.

and Meditation: 8 p.m. Choir received in the recent ac- I
juries Mrs. Rubye Gaynoe moved to
Sunday Church School 9:45a. : services throughout the Practice. I
cident in which her parents were I the State Farm last week. Hotpoint
m. Morning Worship 11 a. m., week with Evangelist Dick Knoxin Holy Communion: 1st Sunday, killed so the doctors had to per- I
topic "The Strongest Forces In 11 3rd 7:30 ,Cottage Prayer Meetings were
The Universe This service Is charge, came to a close Sunday a.m.; Sunday, p.m. form an operation on her head last held last week in the L G. Norman \

night. Having visited the Isle of Saturday. Sunday she seemed to be T. N. Norman, and EldonSapp

broadcast Recreation Time over 5:30 station p. m.WDVH.Fellow- 'Cyprus, Lebanon and Syria, and St. Edward's Church doing she could fine and come it Home was hoped in a that few homes. I First With The Finest For 50 Years

ship supper for Intermediates and seeing the great need among the Sunday Mass at 7:13 a. m days. Janice Reddish and Carolyn Nor-

Seniors, 6:15 p. m. Worship Serv- young people there, Mr. Knox is, Holy day masses, 6:30 a. m. and I man are confined with chicken pox.,
"Miss Lillie" Wilkinson is
ice for MYF Groups, 6:45 p., m. by his own evangelistic efforts, 8:30 a. m.Children's. veryill I Several here are sick with coldsor
at the home of the Jack Wilkin- Mrs. Hotpoint Anniversary
flu including Louise Crosby -
Evening Service 7:30 p. m. two Greek boys through Catechism Class each
putting sons. Her daughter was to cometo one the teachers. Your correspondent '
; of
t Monday WSCS Prayer Group -1955
training at 3:15
'Job Jones University Wednesday p. m. I
about her Sunday and see
is doing a little substitute ,
! 9:30 a. m. Circle No. 4 will meet them to return to their own people ,
Keystone tleJgtots if she should be taken to a hos-
i at 7:30 p. m. with the of Salvation. Heft teaching for her. Fifty years ago one of the tedious tasks b !
message Women's dub
( )
pital. We all missed her from
Wednesday... Children's Bible ) Tuesday for Orlando where hewill Sunday Mass S a. m. church services last week, and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Norman i of American Home-Maker was made a little
i Story Hour, 3:15 p. m. Visitation continue his ministry. 7 and Mrs. Bobby White and baby easier with the introduction of a new kindof
Holy day masses :30 a. m. hope she will toon be well again.
j Teams from the Official Board to were supper guests of the Ancel Iron the iron with the
hot !
Next Sunday morning there wile Confessions before all Masses. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Harris were point
the home of inactive members Normans Sunday night.
;' : present representatives of the II weekend guests of relatives at Clay
of the church 7:15 p. m. Gospel Mission Union of Kansas Principal L. H. Futch gave us a As one woman told another, the fame of

I i Thursday Youth Choir Rehearsal City, Missouri Mr. and Airs Church of God Hill.We copy of the Heiloronn School Honor this new development spread and the organization vs

6:30 p. m. Chancel Choir James Taylor, graduates of South- received one short note from Roll. I know you parents will en- known today as Hotpoint had taken
Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- Charles his to
our son on way
rehearsal 7:30 .
i p. m.Presbyterian eastern Bible School Birmingham joy seeing your youngster's nameson its first step on the road to success and leader
ing Worship 11 a.m. Sunday Eve- Ft. Dix. N. J. He stopped in
this list for the third period:
who to enter ship.
are preparing ning Service 7:45 p.m., Y.P.E.I North Carolina and Virginia to ,
. Church the Mission Field in Morocco. These and' 8th Grade Brenda Sue For- n
Wednesday 7:45 ,
Service p.m. visit relatives the
Missionaries coming from time to 7:45 on way up. sythe; 7th Grade Charhne Cow- In a way, the "hot point" of that iron
Prayer Meeting.
Saturday Adult Choir practice time present a challenge and an We are proud of our Sunday art; 6th Grade Nathan Green; became a corner stone and a symbol for

3 p. m.Sunday opportunity.The 10 School attendance last Sunday. 5th Grade Joe Sapp, Edward quality and the spirit of pioneering embodied '"'
School Morn-
Sunday ajn.
School 9:45 Morn- had more present than we have! Adkins 4th Grade Barbara Ann
: a. m. ; in it are inherent in every appliance bearingthe
is invited to all
public services Worship 11 ajn. YPE Serving .
ing Worship 11 a. m., "Respectingthe Ing enrolled, including 15 visitors Laine, Sandra Rhoden, Mark Ad' Hotpoint name today. '
/ Saturday. 7:30: p.m. and made a grade of 90. kins 2nd
Property and Property Rights ; Grade Linda demons;

of Others. Youth Fellowship 6. I Have also been having wonderful 1st Grade Carolyn Rhoden The success of that original, better, laborsaving -

I H' Pit, Calvin Pace and Joe Harden Christian Church HAMPTONCHRISTIAN prayer meetings in the neighborhood Rickey Crews. Iron has never been forgotten. It y

hosts. Evening Worship 7:30, "The Rev. J. E. Sherwood, pastor I CHURCH I homes. Tuesday night of constantly spurs Hotpoint designers engineers g

I Flesh 'Versos the Spirit" Bible School 10 a. m.; Worship last week we went to Everett Man- CARD OF THANKS and craftsmen to build still better productsthat
Sunday, 9:45: Bible school classes
Monday "Find Life with God I Service 11 a. m.; Youth Program ning's, and Friday night we met will increasingly free homemakers from .r
for all ages. C. W. ColsoR, 3uptMorning With deepest gratitude we extend -
through Service for Christ sermon 6:30 p. m. Evening Service 5 with the Clifton Carters. We hopeto
Worship 11 a.m. Evening this word of thanks for the tedious drudgery and to build them
by Dr. Ben L. Rose, Bristol, p. in. -Bro. J. B. Dixon. pastor.FAITH keep on having these meetingseven
Va. worship, 7:30 p. m. Christian En- I many kind acts of sympathy, expressed at a price so they can provide this time and
a. m. after the revival is over. The
__ _u deaver 6 p. m. by thoughtful friends dur- labor-saving help to the greatest number.
Tne pastor, Revs w. s. McAllley, BAPTIST CHURCH revival should be just the start of
Bible Study and Prayer Meeting ing the illness and death of our Howell Hotpoint has succeeded is shown
I by
attend the Pastor's Retreat at LAWTEY, FLA. a good work in this settlement Model I Shown $259.95
Avon 7:30 p. m. Wednesday. uncle, Charlie Underhill. These the fart that as this great organization marks
Park, Tuesday through Sunday School 10 a. m. Preaching which should go on and on.
Womans Council 1st and 3rd kindnesses have meant much to us. its fiftieth it Is the world's
Thursday.A year largest exclusive -
Tuesday, 7:30 p.m., Mrs. W. L. 11 a. m. & 7:30 r- m. Midweek Melvin Watson, our Sunday -The Charlie Underhill family.
cordial 'welcome awaits all Andrews service Wednesday 7':30 p. m. School; superintendent, deliveredthe manufacturer or major home ap
;t who would worship and serve with Church located on W. Call and A. E. Massey, pastor.AIRPARK I message at Long Branch ,........7.TTyT.y.yyyyT.IIIGHLAND pliances.And _

ua. Christian streets. A friendly wel- Church Sunday night. He is a Wlnkler's Electric Service we are "
MISSIONARY young man who feels that the
WOODIAWN MISSIONARY come waits everyone. I proud to have been the Authorized Dealer for
BAPTIST CHURCH Lord has more work for him than
Hotpoint for the 15 Our motto is
BAPTIST CHURCH past years.
BROOKER Sunday School 9:45 a. m. Morn- he has undertaken so far. The
, 10 am. Sunday School 11 am. BAPTIST CHURCH ing Worship 11 a. m. Training pastor Rev. Higdon, was present. II)' Mr.. Lucy NormanAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Service what we Sell; be Fair and Courteous;

preaching. 6:15 BTU, 6:45 prayer Union 6:15: p. m. Evening Service but he believes in giving others a give the best trade possible on household ap- _

service, 7 o'clock song services I Rev. C. B. Stalling, Pastor 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting Wed- chance to tell what the Lord had pliances. When you purchase any appliance '

7:30 evening services Sunday School 10 a.m., Morning nesday 7:30 p. m. Rev. W. O. done for them from time to time, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Smith and from us you can be sure that when it needs i _________

Worshhip 11 ajn. BTU 6:30: p.m., Collins Jr., Pastor. Jim Strickland decided that we daughter, Shirley, spent the past II attention we will see that the appliance gets ; j
Evening Service 7:30: p.m. Prayer weekend in North Carolina.Mr. .
some kind of musical instrument service to your approval. ,
7:30 .
Meeting p.m.SE'E.Vrll
CHURCH OF CHRIST to take to these cottage and Mrs. M. L Thompsonand '
C. L. Overturf Jr., Minister prayer meetings and said he would granddaughter, Teresa Roweof Today you may purchase Hotpoint Electric :

DAY Sunday Bible Study 10 a. m. Luy an accordion if I would learnto Jacksonville visited the Lacey Ranges, 19 in. Apartment; 30 in. designed' to _
I 1 Morning Worship 11 a. m. Evening play it! So I finally ordered one \ormans recently. take care of the small spares; 39 in. full

Services each 'Sabbath in the Worship 7:30 p. m. and it came last Sunday. We were Happy birthday to Mrs. Avie standard or deluxe: with single or double oven; '
Hall E. Call St.
Old Masonic on Wednesday Bible Study 7:30p. all as eager as a bunch of chil- Austin, Feb. 2; and little Marcie I also with Rota-Grill Barbecue (holds up to

I I IpR Is Sabbath School 2 p. m. Preaching m. dren on Christmas morning to see Hardee Feb. 5. I 15 Ibs.) Plug in Golden Griddle, new Mealtl-
week R. L. Mathews, .
every by pas- what
it looked like
Radio "Old Paths"each and how it
program Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Griffis of mer deep-well Thrift Cooker. Two automaticovens
Bible each Thursday
tor.7:30 Study A friendly welcome Sunday 9 a. m. Station worked. At first I got all kinds of Jacksonville visited the Albert two broilers, new Handi-over Grill, Model Shown $499.95
p. m. WDVH. squeaks and squawks out of it but
awaits Normans Sunday. Super Speed Calrod Unit, and dozens of other
by church time I was getting some
Francis Norman and Mr. Con- features. Golden Fryer optional at extra

PENTECOSTAL IIOIJNF' II HONOR ROLL I I pretty good sounds and could play verse are on the sick list this cost. This and other models are as fast as
I one-handed songs well enough that TEN PER CENT DOWN
CHURCH FOR THIRD PERIODThe Jim could sing with the noise. I week. food can cook. Ojie quart of water to a
Edwin Griffis of Ft. N.
Sunday Scriooi 10 a.m. I will keep on trying, so if hear Bragg rolling boil in less than four minutes.
= I you C. Visited friends and relatives Up To Two Years To Pay
Morning Service 11 a.m. following is the Honor Roll any strange sounds you can't ac-
.... We invite you to come in and browse _
_7:30 for Bradford School for the
EveningSenrtce _p.m. High count for, just say I am trying out
Prayer Meetings Wednesoa* third six-week period of the 1954- this "groan box" again. ALL TIf ES OF I around and take a look at the finest appliances No Finance Charge On 90-Day Acct.

F !! night 7:45 p.m. Saturday nlgnl 55 term: I that money ran buyWinkler.
1 r I I
c- 12th Grade I ....r........r..TYTYTY..TBROOKER PEST CONTROL If f

LIEU BRONN T. J. Alderman Elaine Colson, II


Sunday School 10 a.m. Preaching Warren Johns, Wendell Kelly, Household Commercial Electric Service

11 a.m. Training Union 6:3p.m. : 0. James Lawson, Patty Lawson, I GROVE SPRAYING
Itv .
Preaching p.m. Prayer McComb, JoAnn Smith,
Call for estimate
Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p.m. -. and Townsend Strickland. I I
REV. Milton J. Dukes, pastor. 11th Grade Florida Pest Control
A large congregation : 224 Temple Ave. Phone 166
enjoyed an
J 1M I Bastedo Donald Carter, Associational & Chemical Co.
EVERGREEN Pearson Cox Margaret Duncan Brotherhood Meeting i Starke Fla.
I with the New River Association, 2220 N.W. 6th St. Ph. 6035 I
BAPTIST CHURCHSunday Judy Ellington, Shirley Green, I
plus a notloawlde choice 01 I Stanley Green. Gloria ,here in our Church on Thursday, Gainesville, &.
School 10 a. m. PreachIng
routes alld sdaedul.s-
Jan. 27, at 7:30 p. m. Refreshmentswere -
11 a. m. Training Union 6:30p. Kathryn Harrell Jackie Hobbs, .

ODe Round m. Preaching 7:30 p. m. Prayer William Home, Kathrine Johns, Center.A served. at the Community 0

Way Trip Meeting Wednesday 7:30 m. Connie Jones, Barbara Matchett, .
p. -I ,
!I. New York ___ $20.00 $36.00I Rev. J. E. Lingerfelt pastor. I Janet Marks, Irene Metzger, Con- number of ladies enjoyed a ---. ...... ,- ..;.'. "
I ChIcago ________ 1.15 S8.6S nie Miller, Barbara Norman, Jackie W. M. S. Rally of the New River 'r ,

\ Cleveland _____ 210M 38.-15 Parker Jane Association here in the
Richarde, WickleRimert Baptist
Washington 15.93 8.75 CHURCH OF JESUS CHRISTI 41' Church Monday. Mrs. "horses"would like ?
Joyce Scholl, JoAnne I How
Boston ______ 3.90 41.05 map1'
-- Slade, Ina Stem, Elizabeth Tatu n, Jones, executive secretary of the you
Detroit Services each Sunday in old
1.95 39.55
-- Florida Convention
Pat Wainwright and Polly Wait. Baptist pre-
Atlanta ______ 8.00 1-1.40 :Masonic Hall on E. Call St Sun- 10th Grade sided.

New Orlf'An.'i _n___ 13.83 24.93 lay School 10 a. m. Sacrament
Nancy Bates, Martha The i
Baptists are enjoying Cottage -
Denver _____ 83.80 service 6:30 wel ... .. .. .. .. ..
60.85 : p. m. Everyone Y, .' '. ... ....... --.. -. ." .
Marvin : '
I.os \ngf'les ____ -18.00 86.40 come. Brown, Marilyn Cox, Alice Prayer Meetings each week < : :-y r':"r :':xvn.r.1 f'::" : :" :: : :?:
Dodd Bessie Dukes, Lu Green, through Feb. 10. They are planningfor i f .
Ircw U. !. tu]
Loedith Griffis, Tom Long, Lucille a revival to begin Feb. 20 with ;;<

GREYHOUND BUS STATION McCullough Wayne Mundorff, Rev. T. C. Smith, evangelist of
LOT SALENew I Fritz Pellum, Cora Pisano Henry Hawthorne, conducting services.
Temple A'e.I'hone .
Richarde. Bobby Sapp, Marklee Everyone is cordially invited to

._a 4- 147JGREYHOUND Blanding Rd. I Tomlinson. Billy Torode, and Ann attend.

Williams. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Williams of

'! SEE PAGE 10 I 9th Grade Jacksonville' visited the Dave

Patricia Alvarez Nancy Beidler Greens. Sunday, the two families .

Judy Gandy, Lonzo Kirkland, Mar- visited in Jessup, Ga. o M.ft I' f! i 4/ ''
S j
cia Miller Wanda Norman Ru- Little Joe Anderson was honoredon i ;
, ? ':. ,- i:: ..... -.'" :'t:;': 'f .. '__ dolph Sapp Glenda Underhil, his f fth birthday with a party

and Glenda Varnes. given by his parents Monday. z" '
; r l
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 8th Grade Those on our sick list are Mrs. .N + y ; 'Nt 3 1

Barbara Bates Sandra Carmi- Ernest Edwards and Mrs. A. Mil-

rhael, Billy; Dampier, Charlene ler.
STARKE, FLA. Dennis, Gwendolph Drugger Angela -I Carol Cox of Gainesville visited .

--- --- --.-- Elder, Charlene Hardy. Jim Susie Wait over the weekend. ,

REV. LEWIS D. HAINES Pastor Hobbs. Judith Judd, Helen Kelly, Kenny Waite and Wallace Bulge'

Sandra Lamb. Verna Lowe, Brenda of Cassadaga, N. Y. returned to. s;.

Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town Martin, Marry Agnes Matthews, their home Tuesday after Visiting

Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 Alice Newman, Billy Overstreet, various parts of our state.

Elizabeth Prevatt. Franklin Ritch, Katherine Harrell and Polly
--- -
--- -- ---
Owen Tomlinson, and George Wil- Wait were guests at the home of ,
Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 8:00 P.M. liams. Joann Slade of Starke last Friday. 180 H.P. Created for drivers who demand blazing --' ""'*

Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:45 P.M. 7th Grade The H. Waites entertained at a acceleration, the "Super Turbo-Fire V8M* offers commanding -

Robbie Capps. Janice Conner barbecue in honor of Kenny Waite plus-performance.

Midweek Service Wednesday, 8:00 P.M.: Larry Elder, Virginia Erwin, Vernon and Wallace Bulger of Cassadaga, '
Glisson, Hank Graham, Tom X. Y. Saturday night. 162 H.P. A silk-lined cyclone of power, the "Turbo- _
Hear the Sunday Morning Sen-ice over WDVII at ,Jackson. Janice Jarvis, Betty Ann Fire V8" boasts the shortest stroke and highest compression .

11 am. Regular Broadcast Every 1, 3, and 5 Sunday. Lewis, Brenda Lewis, Spanky r in its field. i ; .-t I

i McLendon, Ellis McRae, Patricia / /
: : .: .__ =-l' _'; :.' ._: '_ : :.' <- 'Plummer. Perman Roberts Linda FRIGIDAIRE 136 H.P. With Powerglide, the "Blue-Flame 136" / -- I;

I Sale. Bobby Shannon, Sara Jo gives the ease of automatic shifting at lowest price,

Sprow, Harvey Tanner, Carol with 6-cylinder economy I
I ,
''Tyus. Barbara Ward. Mary Kathryn 4

Sermon Sunday Morning Wainwright, Martha Weldon. FRIGIDAIREMade 123 H.P. Lowest in initial cost, ultra-thrifty, the "Blue. .. C _ "_ 1!

(I Randall Wilcox Frank Williams Flame 123" 6 is the world's yardstick for value and .- I i

First Church Hampton Ramonda Williams, and Harold only by General durability. .,
Baptist Temple. Motors Corp. All other Optional at extra cost. motoramicNo .. II i
Electric I
By Pastor Merle Packham'EPAPHRODITUS1 made by other are matter which engine you choose, you get Chev I
companies rolet's sparkling new body design. You get a velvety CHEVROLET i

FILL DIRTGOOD and cannot use the word ride you never expected in a low-priced car, the easy S

I Fricidaire. flexing of Glide-Ride front suspension, the effortlessness ; ...- .. I

I of ball-race steering. You get your pick of three '.. 4 !
Who was this man? What did he do? Why should we I RICH '
Want A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE full of assists. But
modem drives, a range power i
remember him? These questions will be answered in/
(' the message Sunday Morning!! / TOP SOILSee ? ? drive a Chevrolet and learn the whole big story! Stealing the Thunder from the High-Priced Cars ,

Sunday School 10 A.M. Training Union 6:30 P.M. THEN SEE 1.
s- i I
Wed. Night -HOUR OF POWER" 8 P.M. i

I God's Word is taught in the Sunday School and Training I Ii Transfer Company TORODE CHEVROLET CO.i i

i Union of this Church. Come and Worship with us. Phone 165 and Temple Ave.

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Seek ToCutRapid I Rotarians Tell 1:Sgt. Jas. W. Buie ,, Farmers Active As Spring PlantingGets Chalk Artist Tag Sales Running Ahead Of 1954;

Of International With Aircraft Wing To Be FeaturedAt

Spending President's TalkT. Under Way Alter Hard WinterAlthough Youth Meeting Office Will Stay Open Saturday P.M.There .

H. Slade and A. J. ThomasSr. much ol the county's]i are peeping through the groundso I A nationally known chalk artist will be no extension of The only three types of tags

gave a report at Rotary Wednesday farmland is still too wet from the far. will be featured this Saturday the auto tag deadline beyond Feb. j that are running slightly behind
(Continued from page pne) on the meeting in Jacksonville :20.:! to letter received
in the Christian Youth according a
Her- heavy rain where possible on Work on an addition to the night Rally. ; last year are the GH (old model

ute with appraisal and public sale. bert J.Sunday Taylor night president honoring of Rotary higher ground farmers are busy Starke Market is due to get under The rallies held each Saturday this week by Tax Collector J. R. I' pick-ups), D tags for Model A
night are sponsored by churchesof Kelly from the tag department in f
The Board Instructed County this week putting out fertilizer way this coming week, M. R. Judd .
International Both speakers gave Fords for Model Ts
the and all Tallahassee. and T tags
area are open to I
Attorney Hollis V. Knight to settle address preparatory to planting spring stated.
highlights of Taylor's k [.youth. said that the and bantam cars. The steady decrease
with Ben J. Rowland property crops. Although generally speaking a Kelly for convenience -
his 4-
was based famous .
which on
owner on W. Madison St. (High- to raise the Out Brooker way, growers are I cold winter which holds the berry 1 The meeting this week will be of the public his office in the number of these cars
Way designed held at the I i accounts for the slow sales. Kelly
Hampton Baptist
way 100)), who last week lost a standards of business practices and putting out tobacco fertilizer, and crop back is usually a good omen will remain open all day Saturday, i
Church instead of the American said.
suit for recovery of a rightofwaydeed spraying tobacco beds. Incidentally |for berry growers, this season due I. I
daily living. Feb. 19, in order that late -
purchasers |
Legion hall at Starke as !I
In connection with the widen- some tobacco beds are reported -I to the fat that there is a very was II
A good delegation from the I announced.The obtain their before II
in? of Highway 100, by paying up I to be in excellent shape, light planting, those who do have origionally \ may tags -i I
Starke club attended the Jacksonville I service beginning at 7:30 the deadline. He urged car I
to but not to exceed the appraisal as are some pepper beds, althoughthere berries are concerned about buyers !
meeting which was held in features Terry Martin of Kings owners to buy tags as soon as
value.A has been some damage due and prices. I i w. c. T. u.
the George Washington auditor- College, Delaware. He is an artistof possible to avoid standing in line ;
petitioner, who requested the I to cold. It is estimated, though, O. C. (Ossie) Cason, veteran
Rotarians and Anns t
rare ability to portray the and; other inconveniences. He will
of the Board in settling a that there will be enough pepper berry grower who has about I
help Mr. and Mrs. A. J. ALCOHOL'S EFFECTON
attending were Gospel on canvas and has presentedhis |I also keep his office open Ibis Saturday -
boundary dispute was told by the seedlings to supply the demand. 40,000 Missionary plants in his
Thomas Sr., Mr. and Mrs. J. R. program in over 1500 churches I afternoon, Feb. 12 : THE BODY
Board that it could not enter into and Mrs. Andrews, Construction on the Brooker I field estimates that it will be .I
Mr. Guy
Kelly v of the land. He sings and
the question. as It did not have Mr. and :Mrs. Bill Graham, Mr. and Market according to Ralph Nettles some time in March before berries speaks I The tax collector saysthat I ".\ HARVARD PUBLICATION
as he draws. His easel is ollumi-
jurisdiction. It explained that the Mrs. T. T. Long, :Mr. and Mrs. T. manager, is due to begin about come in any volume. ,It will be one nated with color and I people seem to be buying tags!STATES THAT MORE PEOPLE
county surveyor is elected by the H. Slade, and E. T. Shull.It Marine Sgt. James W. Buie, son February 21; materials are now of the latest berry seasons on lightor earlier this year as his office is ,ARE KILLKD BY THE POISONOF
sensational effects.All .
voters. and therefore not under .of Mrs. Emily J. Buie of Starke, on hand and the new 80x112 record. "running about five days ahead," ALCOHOL IN TIlE UNiTED
announced that the Rotary -j between
youth 7th
control of the Board. t enclosed shed, offices and rest Ossie grade and I comparing 1955 with last year. (STATES, THAN FROM ALL
board of directors will meet ;inspects a work order while serv- by the way, likes the 25 years of age are invited. Scotty In 1954 he had sold 1032 "
sawmill rooms, and 8-inch I "plain"tags OTHER POISONS COMBINED.
Colonel Yarborough an well will Florida 90
next Monday night at 7 o'clock in ing as engineering clerk with a very much, and has II and Jane Nyborg. youth leaders, 'I through Feb. 12, while this
asked the
soon I
at a reality.
operator Lawtey the officers club at Camp Bland- helicopter squadron of the 1st !just set out 2,000 nursery plants. will conduct a Singspiration before year he exceeded that mark on (FRED T. BARNETT.)
the of The 500 of Irish
clear right way acres
Board to potatoes The situation
ing. Marine Aircraft Wing in Korea. I on nursery plants, I the artist presents his program. the 7th. He is also running aheadon
along the county road which runs planted recently have not suffered according to Jim Chasteen is that NATIONAL VOICE
301 north of I Before entering the service in June from W tags (heavy passenger cars) I
to Highway wet weather, although here they
parallel are scarce and
Tax ConsultantJohn 1951, Sgt. Buie attended Bradford high in price. Public InvitedTo GK tags (light pick-ups), andCVs
Lawtey (formerly State Road 13)), and there on low land it has been I Others who have ordered plants I'
High School. .
(heavy trucks)
as it is badly overgrown and traf- necessary to plow some drainage,have had their orders returned un See Films
F. (Bill) Greene, tax consultant -
fic on it is a menace to schol chil- ditches. Only a few of the "spuds". :filled. _*_ -
dren. The Board instructed Road formerly with the Internal L. H. Smith Opens With FiremenAt

Superintendent R. E. Jones to pro- .Revenue office in Jacksonville, is Real Estate OfficeLewis Brownie Scouts
State Firemen 1\ WINKLER\
ceed with the work. now associated with Earl Campbelland each regular drill of the \ ELECTRIC SERVICE

will be available all day each Enjoy Craft Work
Starke Volunteer Fire
Yarborough also protested to the N. Smith, who recently
Friday in .the Olson building on District Meeting !training films are shown on fire
Board the dumping of garbage returned to Starke from Tampa,
S. Walnut SL for the of Brownie Scouts held their weekly
along this rone, and itVas purpose has established a residence and prevention, safety and fire fighting
such act is assisting with tax returns. II.meeting in the Methodist Recreation Here February 16 techniques. The films are well
brought out that an opened a real estate office on the I |
on Tuesday with 16memters II
strictly against the law and pun- copies of it to the Governor, chair- former Billy Dowling propertY: present. i prepared and of general interestto

ishable by a S50 fine. which he recently purchased, on the public. In addition, a short
man of the Road Departmnt. and A meeting of District Two fire
At this time, the matter of cutting :ether officials. U. S. 301, near the old Dowling Their project for the year is I men will be held in the 'AmericanLegion film is shown on general subjectsof RADIO

timber along the county right-I sales barn. arts and craft, and so far the! I interest. I
home in
Starke Wed.
on ,
was discussed, and it was The Supervisor of Registration, Brownies have made plastic bracelets I The is invited to attend' : : AND
of-way public kJ
.Marian L. Crosby reported to the Mr. Smith has .330 feet of prop Feb. 16, bringing more than 50
of by molds of animals, finger I'
Agreed as a matter policy these showings at 8 on the
Board actions taken at a recent erty on the highway and is using visitors from other fire depart- p.m.
Board, that in cases where the j paints and clay modeling of ani- first :::1)
the third Tuesdays of each TELEVISIONSales
ments in this
meeting of Supervisors, wherebyit only a small portion of this for his I I mals.I area to join with; I
County had clear tiLe to land on month at the local fire station.
was proposed that legislation be own purpose. He says that he will the local volunteer firemen. | l .
which marketable trees were I Mrs. Rosa Mae Starling served There is charge this : rd-nfl-n
no for public
introduced follows build type building on the rest 17-inch TVMahogany
as : any I Registration will begin at 4 p.I 95
standing, such timber should be refreshments of cookies and drinks. service and much valuable information : $159'
of the property for lease. and will m., and a chicken barbecue .
advertised for sale and sold to the To add a special primary election The Brownies I supper II
the .
are sponsored by can be
gained by attending.For
which would be for the of build to suit the needs of the ten will be served at 7 o'clock. and Service
bidder.Commissioner. purpose I
highest Beta Sigma Phi Sorority, with I further information, contet
Chastain told the [electing committeemen. ant.Mr. j Mrs. N. G. Reiner leader. Rep. Doyle E. Conner will deliver j any of the regular volunteer ."F,." .. ._ _

Board that a narrow bridge over To take away from the various Smith is a registered real I the principal address, and will be members of the Starke Fire De 224 N. Temple Ave. PHONE 166 Starke, Florida

counties the 60 cent of the estate dealer and will be associ- followed brief
the Sante Fe River on Hicks Road per by reports from partment. Blake Jackson is

was a menace in its present con- election qualifying fees, and giveit ated with C. A. Futch in this department Property TransfersThe I II I state officers on the ondition and' ident of the organization. pres- -,

dition; the Board instructed Jonesto to the State Democratic Com- He first came to Starkein j I prospects of the Florida State I i I -

take steps necessary to correct mittee. 1947 when he operated the service -I following property trans I Firemen's Association. Reports on I
dates1st fers occurred recently. The values I 'Cattlemen Sell It Rent It Trade It
the condition. To change present election station in front of El Rancho I[given are as indicated from tax I firemanic educational progress will Elect i

Chairman H. A. Bishop Jr. re- primary to be Tuesday be- Motel, known as the John Hege be made by Fire College personnel.

linquished the chair to vicechairman tween September 15 and 20; 2nd place. He later moved to Tampa I amps. in the deed book in the Wives and friends of all firemen Officers For '55 I
courthouse records.
Carl Prevatt to present from primary Tuesday between October where he has been in the building are especially welcome to this : WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED
J. and
I R. Chasteen Madge
the floor a resolution to the State 15 and 11; with the general election contracting business for several I meeting. They will adjourn to a Thirty-four persons interested

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Road: Department requesting that to be same as it now is. j years. ,.lee Brownlee Starke his several wife, to lots Etta in Brown- |special meeting of the Auxiliary ,in Bradford County cattle met I Low Rates Good Results Easy To Place
the work on a drainage ditch from Commissioner Crawford in an- ; after the ;recently in the Lions Den for their
his wife have dinner
Smith and
ston, Truby and Company's addition program. I tQ WORDS OR LESS. ONE INSERTION SOe
other statement against"privatewo II first meeting of the new
Rowell Lake to Carl Horton's strong 1 in connection with year.
living quarters
Following registration at 4 EACH
to ; $13,500. p. ADDITIONAL WORD ZeOlS'OtTT
property, which has been halted rk" told the Board he Following an enjoyable roast !
his office. Jettye Hazen, Brooker, to E. A. m., a fire fighting film will be OF is PER CENT ON TWO OR
and is now obstructing natural had been approached by a supper, served by J. R. Wain-
Brooker 462 of at 6 o'clock. After
drainage and flooding pastureland owner to have a water hole cleaned Gainey, ; acres supperat wright and Titus Olson, the follow- : ADDITIONAL FOR BLIND ADS OR ADS NOT PAID IN
I MeetThe farmland north of Brooker $28- 7, the meeting will be called to ADVANCEMEMORIAMS
To ;
and that Masons ing officers were elected Presi-
be resumed. The Board passed out by county equipment order :

the resolution. he denied the request. Chairman 000.Kathleen at 7:30 by L. C. Nicholson dent Maurice Edwards Jr.; Vice I CARDS OF THANKS, RESOLUTIONS 20c Per Ua
Alvarez Mont eth and district vice president, of Gaines-
I also denounced the practiceas next bi-monthly meeting of President, Floyd Secre-
Another petition to the State Bishop Wiggins; I (COUNT 5 WORDS TO EACH
Road Department, that a survey be being against the public in- the Bradford Lodge 35 Free and her husband, D. A. Montieth, BusUs ville.The tary-treasurer, G. T. Huggins; )

initiated to four lane Highway 301 terests. Accepted Masons will be held Mon- to William Harris Green and local Fire Chief, D. W. ..State Director, J. R. Wainwright; |25 REWARD-For information

in Bradford County as soon as The Board, in the final action of\day, February 14, at 7:30 p. m. at. Michael Andreu Green, brothers,, Carpenter, will introduce Mayor ocal association directors, J. B. leading to recovery of Automaticwell SPECIAL Large SALE Blooming AZALEAS Aialeaa

possible, was passed by the Board.1 the long day, voted a $10 donationto the lodge hall. All Masons are in-. Starke; six lots of Block D. of: J. R. Wainwright, who will make White, Pat Miller, and Foster Shi tank.pump Stolen and from 50 or Pelican 60 gallon Club AND CAMELLIAS
I bones .. All PUntii
addition in Starke; $11,500p the at Half Price
The Clerk was instructed to send the March of Dimes. vited to attend. welcoming address. The response Smith. first week in Jan. No Questionsask. SEEING IS BELVINOBK '

o will be by M. G. Bullock Dr. Jim Hentges, who is in J. W. Jordan. phone 133. Itp EDEHH AZ.U.J.G.. RUF.N

...- : of Miami chairman of the legis- barge of the Florida Agricultural Jo'OL'XD-Small whit and black dog Pauline AND NURSERY Karl Colllaatnon

lative committee. Experiment herd of beef cattle, with three legs. Mrs. Minnie lies- HOlbort 8-2S 2 EarleUn .1..
1 sent, Starke. Itchg
Brief addresses will also be made presented slide pictures illustrating tf

Lo&ARE fcy John Harrison of Jacksonville, practices that could be adopted LOST-Ladies yellow gold wrist BIG[ STEADY EARNINGS for manor
Reward. Phone %
Beautiful Choice state president of the association; by cattle producers to help cut watch. 17W.Up Advertised woman. Distribute Walking Products Nationally in
E. J. osts and increase profits.
Langley, Chatlahooche sec Starke. No experience or Investment -
SALE-Old Time Green Simpson -
1 FOR needed.
retary-treasurer of the death benefit The next meeting of the Cattlemen's !Sugar Cane Seed. IL H. Lew- Easy to establish Age no'round barrier.bus.

fund; and Mr. Bullock. Association will be held in 1 is. Rt. 2. Box 18%. ltchg iness, full or part year time. Write

i Following the business session he Lions Den on Feb. 25 with FOR SALE-88-acre ranch with .T.Mr.R. Walking C. R. Ruble Dept. F-%. The
I Rep. Doyle Conner and Frazier cattle poul- Company Memphis 2,
and addresses running stream Tenn
dancing will be en- Shaw in try houses 2 bedroom house, BOO Up
charge. Cattlemen and
NOW% BEING OFFEREDBY joyed after 9
p. m. bearing pecan trees. Wonderful -FOR SALF.-New
their wives are invited to come in for a retiring couple. Located 1 heater BTU Perfection

and enjoy these meetings. Business mile off Highway 301 between Inquire Starke Elillders very reasonable-
Charlie Underhill I Starke and Gainesville, Fla. Also
men interested in ItctgPlfllXIPS
the cattle 83-acres good truck farm or

industry invited. ranch.. running stream and pond,
Rites Held are especially 66 STATION FOR SALEA
I 36 pecan trees, masonry building going business
OF on 301 and
THE ESTATE 40x1)0.) Nite Club with 10 hotel
I Lafayette St.
Crosby Lake Wonderful location
attached. -
!Boy Scout Week Located Owner has other Interests. Call
for club.

SEARING I Charlie Underhill, 66, lifelong i!Observed Here I I 3 properties miles from supper must Starke.be sold.Fla.Owner Both 409 or see Harry A. Nichols.ttp 2/1S

GLEN resident of Starke, died in the ,With I leaving town. Other business Jordan.out FOR I'IALF.Woo"' bssjret and fire
Activities of state. Contact Eston
screen. Dr. H. J. Kucera
Veterans Lake State
Hospital at City I Ph. S33 407 N. Cherry St. Starke, g*>rm
last Friday night following -II Fla. 4tp 2/11 Itp
a prolonged
Boy Scout Week, Feb. 7-12, is ,
illness. mares work uln-
By MRS. GLEN G. SEARING I being observed by Troop 70 with a gle or double, both gentle to ride
Mr. Underhill was born in Starke number of activities this week. A. J. Thomas. Starke Fla. !I fAr children. J. B. White. Rt. 2.

on March 6, 1888 and Was a son j P.nx 71. $tarkf'. Itp
On Thursday a Parents Night IIA"

of the late Hardy and Mary i was enjoyed with a covered dish FOR SALE [10; ACRES Improved 1I" turE'. 120
Sparkman He bearing Pecan trees. 2 dwellings.num .
Underbill was a'
supper in the Methodist recreation Modern New llonir in Saratoga "rou" nut building,
retired farmer, a member of the I building at 7:30 o'clock. Height; Addition to Mar..... "npptyplentiful with "nto water Plep.

I PRICED FOR QUiCKSALE. Baptist Church, and a veteran of : I Beautiful hlKhnay lad pavedIdewalka rtiimni. 25000. WrIt. f Letsoh.
| One afternoon during the weeka leading to SubdlvUlon.VA R. 2. HOT 51. Starke' Bradford (.-o.)
World War I.Surviving i iI .' tillable.
film was shown at the school on VA 11.-\ financing ffrha-
are one son, Charles E. '
camping activities. Representatives Beautiful 20 acre homeiltea OR LET J.
FROM I I Underhill of Leesburg; one brother from the Troop also attended j paved highway. Priced a. low HANDLE YOlk

Claude Underhill, Lakeland; the nil city 10... Attractive termn. CATTLE AND hOGS
Explorer Roundtable at the I _
and a sister, Miss Ruby Underhill University of Florida Tuesday I' Reservation for summer cottngea I.Ur Oak- EarnVrd SALES .e.da>

of Starke. j night.: Explorers attending were 'i at KlngKler Lake. Caluntllle Kark FrWa>

Funeral services were held at tt
and other bargain in
Jan Mundorff, Wayne Mundorff For three
the graveside in Crosby Lake !I.I real estate nee
,Archie Green, and Charles Kirk- LARGE HOME FOH SALE
Cemetery Sunday afternoon at 4'' -
land. CHEAP .
Miles East of City on o'clock with Rev. W. E. Hall of- I A. J. THOMASREALTOR
Located 1-4 Saturday afternoon the local NICE SEVEN ROOM HOUSE ON
ficiating. Burial
was in the
family (Scouts will take part in the Dis- LOT NEARLY ACRE ON CHERRY -
plot with arrangements in chargeof STREET IN HEART OK
Next trict Exposition at the ORC armory 325 Temple Ave. Telephone 3X3 TOWN OF STARKE. FOR SALE
-- DeWitt C. Jones.
New Blanding I :iin Gainesville, presenting exhibits CHEAP BY OWNER. APPLY AT
Active pallbearers were Emory Starke, Florida GUJIBER-8 GULF STATION.

I These the Most Desirable Lewis, H. H. Lewis, Jeff Lewis i on Wildlife Conservation and First NORTH OF BTARKE. HIGHWAY
Now Being Constructed. are '. Aid. 301, JAX HIGHWAY. tfch*
To New Hospital Volley Starling, Alex Varnes, and Seventeen members of Troop 70 RADIOS REPAIRED I

Lots for Future Home Builders to be Found Anywhere Around \attended services at the First iraumable ill Makr charged- All- Model guaranteed I FOR RENT-Two S bedroom furnish

Methodist Church in a group last CHAS. C. SHEPHERD! ed apartment. Apply Shepherds
Rites WednesdayFor Sunday morning. 'a W. C.Uit. Starfce Ph. 238 Radio and TV Shop. tfchg

Starke. Many Beautiful Homes Already in This Section/ Mrs. Garrett FOR RENT-Unfurnished 2 bed-

-- I iFarm Bureau Electric Motors I room bedroom apartment.apartment Also furnishedone Close in

''I Funeral services for Mrs. DaiSY!' desirable location. 201 W. iladi-
District MeetingAnnual I son.
Eva Garrett, 49, who died Monday REWOUND AND tfcbgCARPENTER

at her home in Jacksonville after a j SERVICEDSmall I; WORK-Clock work
OF A LIFE TIME district meetings for i wiring. plumbing, roofing, siding,
THE OPPORTUNITY lingering illness, were held at 2:30: \ North and South Florida counties | sprouting and cement work.
o'clock Appliance Repair II Write C. A. Sorrell,
Wednesday afternoon in have been announced by the Florida c/0 Bradford
I County Telegraph. it %/%5i
Macedonia Church Work
I near Macclenny. General Machine
Farm Bureau. The closest meeting
I FIRST SERVED Mrs. Garrett was a native ofMacclenny i Fltl BUT WORMS
FIRST COME --- ;to Bradford County will be the i, BILL'S BAIT FARM
and had I
resided in lone held in Gainesville on Thursday Highway 301 Bark of
I Jacksonville for 15 years, moving :: Feb. 17. All Work Guaranteed Sleepy Hollow Motel. Marke, Fla.

there from Sumter, S. C. i j Farm leaders in all counties have Reasonable Rates 2tp

I DRIVE OUT SUNDAY AND TAKE YOUR PICK father Among, Rev.her F.survivors M. are her ',been invited to attend the meet- S 1950 good ENGLISH condition.FORD Priced, low mileage to selL

Garrett and a 'Digs which will "emphasize the See It at Torode'8 Used Car Lot. ..

t I I brother. Herman Lee Garrett, both : policies and action which agriculture RED SEAL tf
of Starke. I
I will seek at the state legis- WISH TO BUY industrial land close
On The Premises ELECTRIC & MACHINE to Starke with or without build.
\ There Will Be A Representative ature, according to T. K. McClaneJr. Ings; also income property. Ad-

Rites SaturdayFor ., executive vice president of SHOPF. dress full details to: C.W.p.. Box

FEBRUARY 13TH Finzer Lad I the state organization. J21-B Starke. Fla. IQtp S/4
11\\ I W. MAN A."rED-Are you the man
Manager for this business Do you own a
Funeral services were held at Hospital Board light car or truck? Would 175

I FROM 2:00 TO 5:00 P. M. .9 o'clock Saturday morning in st. To Meet Monday I, 106 Washington St.-Phone S97 Dealership weekly interest Is being you established* A Watkins In

Margaret Mary's Catholic Church, Starke Fla. rUral Bradford-Union County. It
I will be let to the first between
I II I :". '.., :i, : Ky. for Benedict FinzerVI Board of Trustees of the Bradford ll "t. PAID OX SAVINGS KEYSTONE 25 and 55 who qualifies.
I FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION : 7-year-old son of :Mr. and Mrs.1 County Hospital Corporation STATE BANK KEYSTONE Write or wire the J. R. Watkins
Benedict Finzer of Starke. FatherE. i HEIGHTS FLA. MEM. Co.. 659 Peachtree St., N. E. At-
will hold their monthly meeting, RER FDI<'- lanta, Ga. 4tch 2/25

I CALL OR WRITE Stuart officiated and burial was Monday, Feb. 14, at 7:30: p.m. in I

PHONE FL-91042 in Cave Hill Cemetery, Louisville.The I I the Bradford County Health Center Keep plenty of Hot Water HOUSE without TRAILER lot. Complete FOR SALEWithor bath In-

I MRS. GLEN G. SEARING 'OR Finzer lad who was strickenby cYOU'LL For ONLY 9.95 down $6.00) eludlnr tub. Orange St. near 8th.J. !.
polio two and a half G. Wager, Box 6$!. Starke.
902 Insleside Avenue ago month for 12 months, 2tp 2/11
Jacksonville Florida died Feb. 8 in a Jacksonville hospital -. LOVE the new Ester-

I PHONE EV-93161 I( after contracting a chest, brook purse-size fountain pens IBi buys a 20 gallon AutomaticColeman INCOMETAX Returns Prepared.:

I JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA I :cold which he did not have the i i i pastel shades. Only $2.58 at Brad- :' Hot Water Heater.Slade ': Reasonable.sen. Strout Mrs.Realty.Johnnie Phone Han.25 ,

.strength to resist. 1 ford County Telegraph. Gas Co. t Starke It'-hg

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