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Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 18, 1955
Publication Date: 1888-
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VOLUME SEVENTY-SIX STARKE, FLORIDA MUDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1955 NUMBER; j THIRTY-TWO

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Auto Bolts Road Knocks Stump I![Local
Weekend Cold r Officers Council DeniesBuilding


__ I Jumps Fence In Fantastic Smashup ,

Hurts Potatoes, II Claim Right !



Delays Berries"Six To 'Hot Pursuit'A I II Permit


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CUTTING TilE BIRTHDAY CAKK was a highlight of Boy Scout weeks before I
now pick
Week (Feb. 7-12)) and took place at the annual parents night covered any berries," Grower Marklee speeding motorist races I Passes Ordinance As 'Stop Gap'

diib. supper In the Methodist recreation hall last Friday night. Cut- Starling said, in discussing the affect through Starke, breaking

ting the firht slice (above) Is Troop Committee Chairman. E. Lawson of the severe cold of last ally all to the traffic city limits practic'I'I Measure Until City Is ZonedBy

while grouped around him are (left to right) Committemen J. weekend. "And even then," he added gets

T. Kirkland and Wm. C. Powell Scoutmaster Harry Green, ,0J.. gloomily "I'll only get about a police can catch up with him. He :I a of four votes tone
margin I
is then free to roar on through the ,
Thomas Sr., president Starke Rotary Club (troop sponsor), Committeeman third of a crop." '
o the Starke City Council Tuesday -
; L j I. next city on his route. Sound :
II. K Tyus, Eagle Scouts Charles Kirkland, Jan Mundorff, Starling has about 23,000 Florida ,- J ( / j crazy? No that's the law according night denied the request for Ervin OpinionIn

Charles Manlre Archie Green, and Lonro Kirkland, and Dr. Gerald 90 plants and he like lots of to Atty. Gen. Richard Ervin in a building permit for a proposed
reply to a request by City
Thomas of Gainesville, District CommItteeman. other growers is enthusiastic about a ruling this week, in which he supermarket on North Walnut St.,
the "fiO's". He likes to rememberlast I Attorney A. J. Thomas Jr., At-
in well-attended
stated that a local police officer a but quiet meeting -
Scout fully decorated cake made by Mrs. when he bet- torney General Richard EniD,
season averaged
The annual Boy Banquet does not have authority to out- at the City Hall. Councilman I t
Scout Week, Nelson Green mother of the Scout- ter than a crate of berries go under date of Feb. 11, gave his
a highlight of Boy per side the city limits to arrest violators Ewell Lawson moved that the per- "
was held Thursday evening of last master, was cut in honor of the thousand plants.Elsewhere mie be refused on the grounds that opinion that the municipal
.- of a city ordinance.
4
. week In the Methhodlst recreation 45th Anniversary of the Boy Scout on the farming scene, it would be an undesirable type I I authority may not arbitrarily
But wait. It gets \Wrse.i refuse to grant building
hall. organization. the intense cold, reported by County i of building for that particular I,I a per-
Dr. Gerald Thomas of Gainesville Troop Committman J. T. Kirk- Agent Huggins to have reach- -Polaroid 1-Minute Photos by the Telegraph- Suppose that Town Marshal] location, and that it would cause i mit where it does not appear

District Committeeman, was land served as master of cere- ed a low of 23 degrees, caused !Dick Thomas pursues a motorist traffic hazards. The motion was that the issuance! thereof will
monies. "THE WORST I'VE EVER SEEN" is the way Deputy Fate Brown who has just speeded through the I violate a valid and existing
the guest speaker and presentedthe Brooker and other tobacco farmers seconded, and Councilman Jackson
1955 Charter to Scoutmaster The activities of the week were to cover their plant beds with described this wrecked automobile that finally came to rest in a pasture school zone in Lawtey beyond the cast the only vote against it. ordinance of the municipality."

Harry Gteen. Interesting talks on closed Saturday when the local "croker" sacks. This extra protec- after leading the highway uprooting a stump, vaulting a fence, city limits and in trying to catch Thus the controversy over the Ervin quoted McQuillin on

Scouting were made by Scout- Scouts entered exhibits in the Dis- tion saved the plants, except in and somehow scaling another broken-off tree. The driver miraculously up with the culprit, exceeds the proposal by Guy Andrews that he Municipal Corporations, Vol. 8,

master and by A. J. Thomas trict Scout Exposition at Gaines- one case where there was a tear in escaped with minor Injuries. '! speed limits. In that case, State erect a building for lease to a J 2nd" Edition, as follows:

president of the Starke Rotary ville and won a first and second the cloth covering.The Highway Patrolman Carlos Mus- I supermarket chain on the Maude The salutary rule Is generally -

Club sponsoring organization for place. The first place was won 500-acre Cleo Thornton and J. D. Griffis, 'Jimmy Thornton's car. While re grove may arrest Thomas for Crews property in the Woman's I applied that the grant-

Troop 70. Another feature of the by tha Cobra Patrol for its exhibit planting around Brooker potato seems planting to both of Bradford County, escaped I ceiving medical attention in the speeding! Club block was decided, temporari-I ing or withholding of a building

program was a color film on camp- on first aid, and the second have suffered from both the heavy with relatively minor injuries I doctor's office he is said to have Yet that is exactly what Ervin ly, at least. Upon the decision, I permit Is not a matter of

ing. place went to the Wolf Patrol for rain and cold weather, as a loss of about midnight Monday when the told ifficers that the last time he ruled; also that police officers are Andrews thanked the Council forits I I arbitrary discretion. If the

Following the supper, a beauti- its Wildlife Conservation exhibit. 25 per cent is estimated. T l Ford in which they were riding I looked at the speedometer it was; not immune to being arrested by consideration and said he would i applicant complies with the
toward Starke on the Brownlee on 98. Thornton received a cut t state or county officers for speed-II pick the valid building laws of the stateor
BHS: Band In view of the long and severe his head which up plans and specifica- i ordinances of the city, he Is
Sheriff Attends Ready Road went out of control on a on required several I ing if they pursue a municipal tions at a later date.
winter, many farmers seem to be curve near the city limits, ran off stitches and Griffis escaped with violator outside the city limits. I I Earlier in the entitled to hi* permit as a mat-
For Music FestivalOn meeting, Hollis V. I
i
hesitant about "daring the frost"o minor ter of right, regardless of the
n the shoulder of the highwayfor : injuries. So how does this affect !Knight had
ruling
Meet To Discuss presented to the Council -
by planting at about this time. One Thornton opinion or action of the
250 bond issuing
March 18th about feet swerved across posted $100 on the situation here in Bradford three ordinances, which he said ,I "
grower said he was going to wait the pavement and into the ditch the charge of "careless and reck- County? Not at all, for our off i would protect the interests of the I[ officials.
War On Shine I The Bradford High School Band I until around March 1 for it to Vss driving by excessive I I The Attorney General said
on the lefthand side, uprooting a speed on cials do not agree with the inter- city. He stated that in his opinion ,
will attend the Fifth District FBA warm up before he put any seed the wrong side of the highway." i that his opinion was based on
I in the big stump, hurdling a fence and pretation put on existing laws. i it was inconceivable that the city
ground.McVay I the
Sheriff P. D. Reddish this week Music Festival at the Universityof Describing the situation as I assumption that the erection -
was defenseless
finally coming to rest, total loss County Judge Theron A. Yawn in the situation. !
a ,
received letter from Governor Florida in Gainesville on Friday, "terrible" Deputy Brown said I I and of the building as applied
a
LeRoy Collins, rekuesting his pres- March 18. For their concert material Rites i in a pasture. there had been 11 accidents on stated: "I think it (the ruling) is Ion the suggested ordinances.immediate action for "will not endanger life, limb
inconsistent with the law. If
ence, along with the sheriffs of they will play the "Storm Thornton, a service man homeon streets and highways in the coun an I After the Council or property."
cfficer had voted
is he
eight other northern and north- King" march by Finlayson; "Over Set For leave, was driving his brother, ty since Sunday morning. purpuing an offender !
gainst issuance
TodayMrs. may chase and catch him anywhere of the building
western counties at a meeting or\ ture Belgique" by Bauwens as
in the State of Florida, so II permit, Foster Shi Smith, recently Council, attested by Carl Johns,
in their selected overture and as
,
at Tallahassee regard -
17 Council
February March Of Dimes'Total Lawtey he is in what the law terms appointed member of the Zoning ,
to illicit whiskey operations. their required number they will Lena Burge McVay, 84, long as City Clerk, and approved by
said play "Caribeanna" by Reid Poole, died at her home on St. Clair St. I "hot pursuit" or doesn't lose sight I Committee, urged that the Council :Mayor J. R. WainwrightThe
In his letter, the Governor Ponders take action ,
him. is what on the
f There
; no question proposed
called to assistant director of the University n Starke early Thursday morn- Problems I Council later discussed the
the meeting was being coordinate of Florida Band. ing. She was a native of Clark At $2,000An so far as the county laws I ordinances. I:7-oning Committee, and decided to

"determine how we can to clear The student conductor selection County, Alabama. Of SpeedersIn are concerned, and if this is the Upon consideration, the Council .ask the Junior Woman's Club to
state and county forces up selected the
I difference following ordinance
case, see no so far as
"lolanthe" will be conducted by Surviving are her husband, appoint a member to serve on the
and eliminate Illicit liquor opera- iI incomplete total of about municipal law is concerned." as best suited for the purpose, discussed .
tions which have become alarm- Jean Mundy, T. J. Alderman, and I Leander C. McVay: two daughters an effort to still maintain I it with committee At present time the
John Simmons. Mrs Fannie Lee Wharton, Mont- $2,000 has been raised for the orderly and reasonable traffic on Mayor Charles Shuford, Lawtey: I I City Attorney Arch committee consists of Mrs. Ed

ingly extensive. with the Other featured numbers will be: gomery, Ala., and Mrs. Bessie D. March of Dimes Polio Campaign, the highway, and yet avoid the "We are following what we understand Thomas it Jr., and then unanimously Hall, Starke Garden Club; Mrs.

Attending the meeting Larkin, Ala. according to Benedict Finzer Jr., term of the to be the general law, but passed : Lois Perryman, Starke Woman'sClub
Joann Smith and Flora Slade as Coatopa, ; one son, "speed trap", city coun-
sheriffs will be the Governor, Atty twirling soloists; Leander McVay Jr., Starke; and chairman of the drive. He urges. I,. 4,p!Lawtey In A special meetingon now the Supreme Court: will haveto "An%Ordinance, to pr.htbltthe ;; Foster Shi Smith, Arch
Gen. Richard W. Ervin, and Bever. t that 'all those II granting of certain building
who have not y5f rule permits -
it.
Jerome Edwards with trumpet three sisters, Miss M. it Burge Monday night instructed Hollis on Thomas Sr.; S. G. Denmark; OrieA.
.
until
Director-J.-DJwWillianuaii. olo, "The Beau Brummel; and Miss Hollie Burge, both of turned in funds do so as soon as I Knight, attorney, to draw up an ordinance Marshal Dick Thomas, Lawtey: be the City of Starke can Wiggins; Guy Andrews; and T"
zoned
Reddish stated this week that or for a reasonable .
A trumpet trio, "Autumn Tones"by Albertville, Ala., and Mrs. Mae possible to him at Box 903, Starke, designed to eliminatedsome "I am working under the authority period C. Hazen. With the addition of a
of 90
"I doing now, and have been and days for such
am Jerome Edwards, Brian Kucera, Wilson, Hueytown, Ala. expressed appreciation to those of the misunderstanding on of the general law, as interpretey zoning I:ninth member to the committee,
doing the best job I know. As fastas and Robert Kelly; Funeral services will be held in who worked in the campaign.The the part of the motorists resulting by the Lawtey Attorney, fbis "Be it ordained by the City:it is understood the committee will

operators are moving in from A trumpet quartet, "In the Forst" the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel this goal of the drive was $3,000; from the bond receipt system now u V. Knight, which allows me to I Council of the City of Starke, :meet and elect its chairman.A .
other counties are trying to l Bradford County, Florida.
we last year's total was $2,500. ,
move them out." e by Buzzy Green, Archie Green L, afternoon (Friday) at 2 o'clock I i in use. latch a traffic violator so long as "Section 1. That the light note to an otherwise

Brian Kucera and Billy Torode; with Rev. Carroll Kendrlcks officiating. This ordinance would provide I keep him in sight"d recently s, erious meeting was introduced

As evidence of the activity of his A brass sextet, "01' Man River," Burial will follow in the Mine AssessmentWill that the bond receipt have surprint- Anyone wishing to contest the Ordinances invalidity, and the of the Zoning ;hen Councilman Jackson tried in
,
department to combat 'shine pro- by Buzzy Green, Archie Green I. Kingsley Lake Cemetery.Scholarship ed on it the fact that the alleged: validity of arrests and convictions lapse of time under necessary the rain to get another councilmano

duction in Bradford County, Red- Tom Long Franklin Ritch, T. J. Add $9,715 !offender is entitled, if he wishes it, obtained contrary to the ruling by Charter before valid City I: take his responsibility in regardo
dish that two zoning can
cited cases pleaded
Alderman, to Ervin may carry the fight to the I t! heading the
and George Canova; Exam I an immediate hearing before the be up garbage collection. -
I accomplished, confronts .
two to the.
guilty recently, cases are
A clarinet quartet "Charm" by mayor, or in his absence, the pres: Supreme Court. But who is goingto r L The other councilmen expressed -
Citv of Starke
be tried next week, and six cases To Tax Income with an emergencyin
Jack Miller Set For March 22 spend hundreds of dollars to
Joann Smith, Frances ident of the city council. i that harm ] complete satisfaction with
great
before the courts. He can be done
are pending
Caldwell and Burge Searing contest a $35 tine't I t he! existing situation.The .
; The ordinance will be voted t the
also stated that his departmentnow Examinations for upon: City and its property ownersif
a teaching
A clarinet quartet, "HumorEsque Additional taxes of about $9,715are the I Council voted the
council the
t-y at next regular i unrestricted sum of
has which building is allowed
cars were will be
seven scholarship held in the USO
by Jack Miller, Frances in the offing for Bradford I meeting. Rural-Urban 125 to the American Red Cross.A .
during such interval.
seized while engaged in unlawful at 8:30 a.m., Tuesday, March 22. Day
Caldwell, Burge Searing, and Virginia County as a result of a tax I
returnI petition signed by 19 residentsf
liquor traffic, and one which was /Applications from those desiring to I Members of the council questioned "Section 2. That no building
seized by Lawtey Marshal Dick Erwin; take the exam must be in by Feb. filed on Tuesday by John L. Brad-. Knight with relation to the ruling Held Wednesday I i permit shall issue for the construction : Pinehurst subdivision of Starke
Thomas. A junior clarinet quartet, "White 25. ley. tax consultant for the E. I. of Atty. Gen. Richard Ervin of any building located in the which objects to the existence of
Forests," by Barbara Bates, Virginia DuPont de Nemours & Co., to the a trailer park in that area, was
that a police officer's authorityends At same block with two or more existing -
Erwin, Gerry Gibson, an. Bradford County has one place extent of an assessment of $267.- Rotary Club i lead. After discusssion, and reference -
at city limits, and were told buildings unless the building -
New ManagerAt ilelen Kelly. open for a freshman boy or girl. 780 on that part of the Highland ii to the
that Florida general law states! i to be constructed is of a similar City Code the Council -
i All of that, together with the The scholarship is good for $400 Mine located in Bradford County. that when an officer sees a misdemeanor Presentation of a Tree Farm kind of construction and of a asked City Clerk Carl Johnsto
I marching event to be held at night, annually and carries some teaching Tax Assessor Gene Long spent t
V/DVH requirements. committed in his presence Award to Floyd Wiggins of New similar design, as one or more of contact Mrs. Marian Howe,
i'will make a fall day for the band Persons the day with company officials Inspecting he may pursue and catch the River highlighted annual Rural such existing buildings. owner of the property in question,
A new acting manager of local I in Gainesville. interested in taking the the mine and then went Urban and advise her
I I offender so long as he has him I in Day at the Starke Rotary: i "Section 3. That no building of the regulations
radio station WDVH. Dennis Prevail Director Gay A. Rimert is put- exam may obtain application over the tax declaration with them. Club Wednesday. The award was concerning the matter.
shall
permit
sight. issue for the
I blanks I construction
has been the IIR the band through its and other information at t
appointed by
I made
paces by Frank Lee, District Farm Section
I the of any building to be I 21 Chapter XH, of the
Decatur Broadcasting Company, to every day and the players doing School Board office in Starke.
I are I Horre/// Elected Sonny Tenly Will Forester of Lake City. located in the same block as two)I City Code, states that it is unlaw-
replace Sam Blessing who left re : a good job. .
Rotarians and their farmer or more existing buildings, unless I ful to park more than one trailer

cently. Medical Doctors Brooker :Compete For Place guests heard James Gorman executive :- such building for which the per.I at any home within the city limits,
MayorM.
Prevatt, who hails from Jacksonville Lawtey Growers At Air secretary of the Florida mit is sought is designed for the .and then only if toilet facilities are

has had several years experience I I Asked To Meet !Organize Group 1 Academy. Chain Stores Council, give an inspiring L- fame class of use as one or more provided by that home; and that

in the rado: industry in O. Harrell was elected Mayorof i address in which he said of such existing buildings. only one trailer can be parked on
Congressman Billy Matthews
that city."Brown. !I I Brooker in an unexciting elec- that better between "Section 4. vacant lot that
understanding and
This any
: VepetaMe: I ordinance shall adjacentto
growers in the Law ; A meeting of the local medical[ has announced the nomination of
tion held Feb. 8. All candidates I peoples of all nations would be the take effect a home furnishing toilet facili
tey area will have an opportunity 'doctors was held at the home ofT I Edmond D. (Sor.ny) Tenly Jr. of immediately upon its
Derby Reopens I Thursday. February 24. at the G. Ritch, M.D: on the evening .vere unopposed and there were no Starke as a candidate for the firstclass best way of insuring peace in the enactment and approval by the ties.The

Ion hool at 7-30 p.m. to engage in of Feb. 4. Purpose of the meeting write-ins to enliven the procedure.;I to be admitted to the new U atomic age. He said that Rotarywas Mayor, or upon its becoming a law Council acted favorably on
The Brown Derby Restaurant, Harrell was elected Mayor by doing much toward this end without the a petition that certain unused
discussion with several Extension to Mayor's approval, and ,
ja i was organize the local medical S. Air Force Academy in Colorado I ,,
which will have a formal.opening ; Service Workers, headed 1 by: i doctors, and to discuss the various 27 uncontested votes. Clyde Cone;: which will start operations thfc l lI I I, through its International Service shall expire upon the talcing effect;streets in Lincoln City be aband-

Friday (today), will be operated :,County Agent George T. Huggins, I medical problems of the community and G. E. Green were elected to I summer. programs.The of the next zoning ordinance en,:I oned for ap roposed commercial

under direction of Ethel Crews and or. problems relating to their crops. I and to discuss the organization the Council for unexpired terms of I Tenly is 18 old and the speaker was introduced by) acted, or in any event within]] ,i enterprise. Date for a publichearing
Varieties to choose insect and t of a hospital staff in one year. David W. Green, William years :, Jim Watson Duval County agricultural 1- ninety days after: this ordinance I was set, at which time

Evelyn Wise The restaurant will disease conrrol. and other interesting .Iof i the opening of the anticipation Hicks, and L. L. Parker were elected I son of :Mr. and :Mrs. E. D. Tenlj agentIn takes effect, such ninety day: objections if any, may be heard.
specialize steaks and sea food 1, new general Sr. of Starke. He is an honor student I
In to the Council for the- Tree
I two-year presenting Farm
subjects will be up foi hospital, now in the I 'I period being a reasonable periodfor
and the chef will be Jeff Chancey discussion. I iof construction.It early stages term. Frank Tinney" was elected I at BHS, and is vice pre sI- [Award, Forester Lee praised Wiggins such zoning. [Brush Fire Alarm
town Clerk, and J. W. Thomas dent of the Florida High School I for the efficient
he
is planned that there operation "Section 5. If any section of
Smiles Get Dimes For Polio Fund :t periodic meeting of the will be I town marshal. I Library Council. is conducting on 550 acres in the this ordinance shall be invalid, the I I The Starke Fire Department
group On Rep Matthews stated that
eacl
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Twenty-eight: of the 67 eligible j New River section. Lee said that
'he first Friday! in each remainder shall be and remain in,:Wednesday afternoon extinguished
I
month I voters in Brooker went to the representative has been allowed to iin order to qualify for the award "
throughout the year. Future full force and effect. I a brush fire on a lot near Orange
I
meet make 10 nominations for the J LirForce
.,, ings will likely be held in St. Mark's'polls. i! a tree farmer must manage his The ordinance was signed by: I'and Christian Streets. Origin of
Episcopal parish house. All I Academy this year. Frc)malong l;( timber on a commercial basis, James A. Lewis, Chairman, City I the blaze is unknown.
active the 100 candidates
nominated must protect it from
nd inactive medical: New CorrespondentAt fire, andmust !
doctors from by the Florida Congressional l practice
controlled
Starke Keystone Heights, and Hampton l eelegation, the Air Force itself wil llin cutting
order
to insure
tend Lake these Butler will be invited to at- I choose five boys who will actually; ,|J of timber. a continuouscrop i Come On In The Water's\ Fine!

Those meetings. I Mrs.! Don E. Hill is the Tele enter the Academy fo owing further .1 Rotary President A. J. Thomas --

present at the recent meetIng -.graph's new correspondent at i testing and screening. TI Lila;i Sr. welcomed the visiting farm-

were Doctors A. J. Barry> A.I Hampton, replacing Mrs. W. W. means that Tenly will compete ers and stressed the importance of __
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'r G CovL'1gton.Ritch Pete G Felos'Covington and Hammond, who served in this ca- I'against 99 other Florida youthifor I agriculture to Bradford County. \\9kr i ;

I plrityithfully: for several years, the coveted five positions ii L Bill Haas served as chairman of -cLia 2ab

but resided i recently due to reasons ; the entering class..Rayonier arrangements for the Ru'-al-Urban

\s1 Named I of health and other duties. We I Day, and Bob Mullins acted as _

Vice President appreciate our readers at Hampton ;. May Buy master of ceremonies during the
c I giving Mrs. Hill the same cooperation I program.
i Canal Timber LandsIn
|Of Health Officers I shown Mrs. Hammond in gathering | I I ..

J L( I! the news of the community Bradford County ____
Feb. 19 Last I
'
1 '- I Dr A Y. Covington, director of each week.Johnson. : Day 4jg7..j7i

\ 'Ej I j ho Bradford County Health De- i I I I i : Title for over 5,000 acres o:r,To Purchase Tags

j I oartment, received a double honor'![ To Have i(Bradford County land will chang :

ILJ MIl hs: week He was elected vice-, i!bards soon as a result of a bji(11 i Saturday, February 19, is the
: Tt ?
chairman of the Florida County Office Hours Here made by the Rayonier; Inc., on the absolute deadline for obtaining

Health Officers Association, at its i I holdings of Canal Timber Corp I. auto license tags. Tax Collectoi
e\cryone> had been as enthusiastic as the staff of the B & G 1 I I Charles. Johnson Jr. of John-: I
mnual meeting in Jacksonville, in the northern end of the County'. J. R. Kelly stated this week. His II
Truck Stop restaurant In the recent March of Dimes drive, Br3dfordCounty I and promoted to the rank of Lt. I lon & Co.. certified public accountants 'I Clarence Cooper of Rayon", office will be open that day until

would have reached its quota and then some. Pictured above 'olonel, M. C., of the Florida National announces that represen.tatives .'I stated this week that the deal hal d: about 8 p. m. to serve late comers II II I

are Mrs. Frank Broadway (right), manager of the restaurant, and I Guard Medical Inspector of the company will be ii I !,not yet been completed for th,e I He reminds all tag applicants ;!,} CITY EMPLOYEES S. K. Hicks (right) and J. C. Barton got an en-

Louise Thlgpen, waitress, who filled seven large 4Tolio" cards with Headquarters, 4Sth Infantry Divi Starke each Saturday through thE,i 5,438 acres, and the selling price i that it is necessary to have th e scheduled dunking when a water main burst recently during street I
i unavailable. He said it consiste Ii auto card obtaii construction work at the of Madison and
dimes and dollars solicited from patrons. The girls are holding one sion.Also income tax filing! period from 10; registration to ]l corner Thompson. The area
of the cards, while the other six are arranged behind them. Total i promoted was Dr. J. W. of all the land in that area own,Ii new tags, but if it is lost or mis i, t was soon flooded and so were Hicks and Barton when they climbed I

amount raised by Mrs. Broadway and her helpers: $92. It just goes Brownlee, to the rank of Lt. Colon-: a.m. to 5pm. by Canal Timber, excepting som e f laced, then bring title certificat Into the hole to replace the broken segment And to make matters I

to show what ran be actomplLihrd with a little enthusiastic "plug- "1, D C., assigned to the 202 Med"cal -I The office will be located in thii .'land and buildings located In Lawtey. '- or memorandum with the 1954 ta g more uncomfortable It was one of those c-o-I-d days we've been t i

Ring." Battalion, 4Sth Division. i I Perryman building on S. c.'urt St l number. having so regularly lately. !

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sible for them to trade with us, so PAGE TWO FRIDAY FEBRUARY. 1955;
they will not turn to the Commun-

editorial New School EquipmentFor Reporl nist world. On the other side of

the picture, however, is the threatof !
foreign competition to such I
The Super-Sonic Age ;- from vital industries as our textile Industry !

upon which so many of our
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Another Change In Russia
people are dependent for livelihood r-

I hope that we can reacha !

For Better or Worse 1r 1 Congressby compromise that will result in ,I
general overall benefit to the people

Foreign correspondents, pundits, and column- BILLY MATTHEW/* of our country.
ists in general have been burning the midnightoil ,( Visitors to my office this past.
week have included Robert T Manmng
in the past ten days, trying to figure out the The most important bill passedby and M C. Manning! of Stark
meaning of the latest shakeup in USSR command. 2 the House last week was one to BIG OVEN PUSHBUTTON ,

extend for four to
It will be some time yet before Americans years authority S SL
draft our men from the of
Russians either for that matter.. be ages "--
can sure
or -
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1-2 to 26 into military service.
just who succeeded Georgi Malenkov as top man I The final vote was 394 to 4 in ,

of the USSR and the Red World Conspiracy. favor of the bill. None of us, of 1!{ ; RANGE

While the former Stalin stooge wore the boss's course wanted to pass this legislation i

mantle longer than many expected, and hit the y / 3 which is contrary to the fo," Y-:

toboggan with the customary; Communist "confession" .IV historical tradition of our great BibIt "

of guilt and inefficiency, it is interestingto h Republic. However we all realize
0 The fear of the Lord is the *- tt
note that he retained his place in the Pre- ---ll1 Pi that as we face danger of Commu ginning of knowledge: bat fools I
sidium of the General Committee and more nism a standing military force of despise wisdom and instruction.- ,
2,850,000 regulars is necessary (Proverbs 1,1,) i
remarkable still retained his head (at least, !
There those, however for the next several years. The We set great store by the education -
for the time being) are bill followed substantially all of of our children; we spend > t tt
who expect him to go the way of Beria as soon 6 President Eisenhower's recommen- generously for schools and col- ,

as his "pals" can think up some excuse for having dations and I for one feel that I leges.instruction There and the young may get Irt

him stand trial, be found guilty, and sentencedto should follow the judgment of wisdom. But what perhaps real knowledge achieve,

death. 4 the President in military matters what real happiness will our children -

While the title of Premier was hung on Marshall because of his vast knowledge of lives,have they have if, in never their learned-at individual AMi.I/ eer'I'

Nikolai A. Rulganin, students of Russian 5 world problems. home,in church,in school-of God

intrigue were quick to identify him as only a front ; President Eisenhower also out- and of righteous living? ou

for the powerful Nikita S. Khrushchev, first lined to Congress his proposed

secretary of the Communist Party. And that is Federal-State School Construction ),1IModel

hardly cause for optimism in either the U. S. or Program calling for appropriations
exceeding one billion dollars.
WorthwhileReading. I
Many
among the peasantry of the USSR. of us are
worried
In the Interest of the modern schoolboy, several Englishcartoonists about any at-
It seems that Malenkov's chief sin was that he tempt on the part of the Federal
(with In
tongues cheek
) recently launched
a cam-
stressed the production of consumer goods in an Government to control our educa .
paign against outmoded school equipment. One of the
effort to place food and .a few of the comfortsof most tion. I feel that this is a matter
popular models was David Langdon's "Grub Desk"
life within the reach of the Russian masses. Illustrated which must remain with the states.
atxne. It has all the modern conveniences to fit the diet habitsof However. I do know for your whole familyin .
This was looked upon with great disfavor by the of a tremendous -
the modern schoolboy (or girl), including need the world-famous pages
: 1)) perpetual soft for classroom
"guns instead of butter" boys, of whom Khrush- buildings t
of The Christian Science
drink dispenser with extension tube; Y) three popular sundae and I intend to study the .
chev is apparently high priest. So exit Malenkov. Presi-
flavors; 3)) built-in Ice cream freezer) own for roasting peanuts .- dent's suggestion very thorough- Monitor. Enjoy Erwin D. .4
Washington, of course, is watching with bated ly. I hope we Canham's newest stories, _
; 5)) combination hot dog and hamburger grill; 6)) chocolate can do something that ..
breath to see how the shifts in the Kremlin's machine that returns coin with the chocolate; 7)) free parking will) help the critical classroom penetrating national and international J.242 -

power positions will affect the Soviet Union's relations space for bubble gum. shortage in the country and do news coverage, J .
with Communist China. other things to help with this great how-to-do features, home- MASTER It'' ''. '
problem of education.The making ideas Every issue HI ,
Offhand, it looks as if the new Soviet emphasison OVEN
S Senate
heavy industry, which means better suppliesof r formosa has approved the brings you helpful easy-to-
Mutual
tanks and guns, will enable Moscow more readi- Defense Treaty read articles.

ly to fill Chinese demands for military equipment.Just t which any more actually than we does are not at involve the us tional You daily can get newspaper this interna-from SEE THE COMPLETE 1955 LINE
present
what effect this will have the tense
on time.
In this
treaty we Boston by mail without
simply ,
Formosan situation will come to light in the reaffirm what we have said before extra charge. Use the cou- OF G-E COLORAMIC RANGESIN
months to come. and that is
that we
consider For- pon below to start your
The effect that the change in command will mosa an essential part of our defense subscription.
MIX OR MATCH COLORS
have on the sorry plight of the Russian peasantis line and that Formosa In ------_--------
much easier to forecast. It means that the friendly the hands is necessary for The Christian Science Monitor

promise that Malenkov held out to the masses safety of our country. One, Norway Street
One of the great issues that Boston 1 15. Mass U. S A.
for bread and land and --- we
clothing are once more will
fading away. It will be the peasantry that must ;""..,.. House discuss is H. this R. i next, a bill week to extend in the fct'period Pleose: 'send checked the Monitor to me G. J. MCGRIFF

bear the main burden of privation as a resultof our Reciprocal Trade Agreements 1 yegr'$16. 0 6 months $8 0

Khruschev's stress on heavy-industry develop- .....' 3 for a period of three years I have 3 months $4 0
ment and increased armament expenditures. The f had considerable correspondence GENERAL ELECTRIC APPLIANCES

mirage of plenty which Malenkov conjured up Mt.I from our people about this matter, (name I
in the months after Stalin's'passing once again and I know that we all realize that Cor. Call & Walnut Sts. Phone 229

recedes into the hazy future. Russell Brockbank showed this model Bullet" for that of this the matter of world trade is one (odd
But perhaps this latest change in Russia early morning rush to school in a turbo-jet that runs equally facing the most free important problems
world. -
If
will turn out to be a blessing in disguise in thatit well on school Ink or gra,')'. Its features include: 1)Supersonic) our friends we must make We it keep (city! ito et / totelPBM

should demonstrate to the peoples of all the voice projector for answering the roll call while still on the pos

world the great weakness of Communism the way to school; 2) Combination school cap and crash helmet;

inescapable fact that under the Soviet system the 3) Retractable desk legs; 4) Turbojet; 5) Akco school approach

people must choose between guns and butter. radar aid. The radar can be pre-set to insure the safe arrival '

They cannot have both. It makes clear, once at school of the pupil without further attention. No

and for all, that in Communist practice, the well Apparently, English and American school children han a gasoline-no not a single one

being of the people is at the mercy of the arbitraryand lot in common. ,

doctrinaire decisions of a small group omen f

at the top.

If the peoples of Asia and Africa who must ,

ultimately choose between Communism and the Farmer's Diary has higher octane than

free-world system will see this lesson and rig'htly'

interpret it this latest USSR
shakeup may turnout Hy Sam McCarveyheavy
to be a score in our favor after all. .


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A Kerosene Can rajns and cold weather.We .
Labelling got over half of the patch with

what we hoped was a final hoeing, ew

May Save A Child's Life hut then came the rain, and now ,
we have to wait before we can
fertilize and mulch
with sawdust.
A speaker at a recent meeting of the Brad-
Had a fair crop of bloom this week,
ford County Children's Committee brought to
and some fruit, but the cold
light a fact that few Floridians realize the
weather ruined that.
We sure will be glad to see the Q .
shocking fact that about 1,000 children in this e R W6l :
end of this winter, for it just seemsto
state were victims of kerosene poisoning in 1953, be getting colder as it goes on. We've been told that the old- but octane alone

the last year for which figures are available. The latest freeze was the worst of time berry growers used to apply

The speaker outlined steps that the Florida all. with ice in the backyard last- steamed bone meal to their berry .

Children's Commission proposes to take to prevent ing right through an entire day. beds, so we got some (it costs a .. w is not enough.

in so far as possible, the drinking of kero- Felt as if someone really "left the small fortune now) and will apply .
refrigerator doop open", and we it and see how it works. We're
sene by children who are too young to know bet-
hope it is shut and kept that way. going to use some, too, in raising
ter.
Don't know if our blood has thin- runner plants. That's why new SuperRefinedGulf

The Commission proposes to conduct a strong ned out, as they say around here, .
educational campaign to impress on adults the or not; one cold morning we won- Cut some pine sapiings as a vz> .; No-Nox is specially made to

danger of leaving kerosene containers within dered if we had any left! start of a fence-post treating campaign bum clean-to protect your engine -

easy reach of children. But it also believes thata Our idea of heaven, speaking )
.ry 6' to thousands of
law should be enacted to require the labellingof about farming things, would be ghe you

kerosene containers of less than 11 gallons Comfort busted out this week to have about a thousand treated :It'k<, .a,; : extra miles of full engine power.

capacity with the words "Poison When Taken and caused her usual amount of fence posts on hand at all times. '
Anyhow, we've taken '
Internally." trouble, so she has been tried by toward that goal. the first step r ..' { Fill up with new NO-NOX and feel the

Some doubt thoughtlessly our "court" and found guilty of r I- k .c Y.a ,, c difference in lofting power. You'll get:
no may oppose being a no-good fence busting critter :q Yy .. ...:;$ s
such legislation on the ground of "What's the use and sentenced to being tied up Talked to "Mitch" Edwards this More complete protection than with
of a warning label l to a child who cannot read?" until we butcher or sell her. Too week about cows and feeding prob r so-called"miracle-additive"gasolines.

The point is of course, that the labels are intended bad there isn't a home for way- lems, and he was very enthusiatic t M'

as a reminder for adults who could easily pre- ward cows to send her to! about which the grazing crop of lupine This lamp is burning the 3 ; This lamp is burning Extra gas mileage in the short-trip,

vent such accidents by placing kerosene containers : is helping to keep his cows stop-and-go driving motorists do most.
e
in places that are out of reach of youngsters.The in good shape. We like it, too, "DIRTY-BURNING NEW SUPER-REFINED

Commission points out that when Florida Received 1,000 Missionary nursery but cost!the seed is so doggone high in TRIL-END" of gasoline GULF NO-NOX, the Stall-proof smoothness instant

first required such warning labels on lye con- plants this week from a plant SAt __ starts. fast, fuel-saving \\ rm-up.

tainers in 19_3, there was a marked reduction i in grower named Pryor of Salisbury. the same time which GULF refines out F clean-burning super-fuel No knock, no pre.ignition-even intoday's
when
the incidence of burns and poisoning from lye. Maryland, and got them set out in too wet to do it was Q ., '.
the kitchen garden. They looked anything on our high-compression engines.
the the containers caused
Apparently warning cn farm, we visited "Ossie"
parents to be more aware of the danger and to to be good plants, were well packed and found him in a field Cason, This lamp test shows what a differ- ,._________________________________________..,
with the roots still moist setting
L keep their lye cans out of reach of their children. arrival, and we hope with our on out fertilizer. His land is well] ence Gulf super-refining makes. Gulf 1

We think the kerosene labelling law is wortha irrigation to be able to keep them drained. refines out the "dirty-burning tail- I This is GULF'S PLEDGE to the motoring public

fair trial and hope that the 1955 Legislaturewill from drying out We set them end" of gasoline-at the refinery- I

put it into effect.A out in the garden, knowing thatwe'll Got our new to bring you new NO-NOX. I
sprinklers for our i o We at Gulf make this promise to and no matter what others do or say we
have a lot of fun ( ?) tryingto irrigation system, and I
as soon awe s America's motorists. We will not perftill keep it the finest-in in
j---- power,
keep ahead of the Bermuda can we'll try them out. per I
physician is one who treats what you have.A grass. now the last thing we want is Right more 1 I mit a single competitor-no,not a single formance, in engine protection.

who thinks have what he water on our one-to offer a gasoline superior to our
specialist one you land of course, as 1 This is not a boast, not a claim. It is
treats. Changing Times.A With the idea that the poorer right now we're in good shape to \ I own superb No-Nox.
start vrR a pledge to}ou, the motoring public-a
yield of the Missionary plant may raising bull frogs. But it
I I
be the result of getting poor plants will get dry again; it always has. It is our sincere belief that No-Nox is pledge backed by the resources-and the

life lived merely to satisfy yourself, never from nurseries, where, to our know- S the finest gasoline on the market today, integrity-of the Gulf Oil Corporation. j
satisfies anybody.-Leisure. ledge production of food is not I I

checked, we are going to try to Our old friends (1)), the robins S _____
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_...'" u ,". ',al 11;_. lOT -"...1fI-<1:1 J M 5016'G OMB"dMYY:: raise our own plants, selecting only are back in the berry patch again. .

THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPHEST. the best plants. for* the. purpose. Our little friends are here, no doubt,

1879E to help us in harvesting, a chore
AND EDITOR Practically as soon as we plowedout we'd be very glad to do
L MATTHEWS OWNER by our-
the middles of the small patchof selves. New 1955 GULF NONOXIts

FLORIDA'S OLDEST WEEKLY NEWS- potatoes we planted on January
20, in an effort to get rid of some
8 PAPER PUBLISHED CONTINOUSLY of the moisture, it started to rain

UNDER THE SAME MASTHEAD. again seed potatoes, and it looks are lost.now We as if found our LOT SALENew super-reflned.to bum clean! 11e'55 pre Cor aD high-comressioa; t>ngi DeS

Fome rotted before it rained.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES Blanding Rd. F. REGISTER & SON DISTRIBUTOR GULF
ONE YEAR 3 OO SIX MONTHS 1.75 --- OIL PRODUCTS
PUBLISHED EACH FRIDAY AND ENTERED AS SEOOND CLASS Our berry patch, like the patient SEE
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MATTER AT THE POST OFFICE AT STARKE. FLORIDA UNDER in the hospital is "doing as wellas I 8 PHONE 155 STARKE FLA.
ACT OF MARCH
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FRIDAY FEBRUARY 18 1955 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA
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yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyvvvyvvvvyvYYvvvVVvVVY'VYlS banquet will be held at the Park- homemade cookies to go You are hereby notified that a, To: Mania Buljevic. whose residence -lor before the 7 day of March. T. Frank Landrum, Starke Florida

of-the-Palms, the time to be announced with our usual tea and coffee suit forDivorce and address is: JurJakrlzan- 1955; otneivk.at. he allegations of and fle the original In the office
custody, control and support le ena 15. Split. Yugaslavia. said Complaint !
will be taken
as of the Cle.k of the Circuit
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS AND VICINITY later. breaks. of minor child You are hereby notified that a confessed by you. I before lie ; day of Curt M.iroi"nor

Membership Committee Lake Brooklyn Association has been filed against you in the !uit for This notice shall be published I 1955; otherwise the allegations of
Divorceas
the above named Court and cause ana once e At first meeting of this The I
Ann James new regular monthly meetingof you are required to serve a copy ot been filed against you In the weeks in the Bradford County Tel ,confessed by jroi.
By ly appointed committee 25 mem- II this group will be held on Saturday your answer or pleading to the complaint bove named Court and cause and graph. This notice -,,;:11 be nubllshed once

& & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & &.& & & & A A & a a L A A A A A A 1 1 A 1 A A AAA bers were present and the followIng Feb. 19, at 3 p. m. in the T. Frank on the Plaintiff's Attorney you are required to serve a copy of Dated this :2 day of Feb., 1955. I I I each week for four conseiutlveweeks !
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I I your answer or pleading to complaInt (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby in the Bradford County Tlexraph -
officers were elected: PresidentV. Woman's Club. Mr. Toller, a member Florida, on the Plaintiff's AttorneyT. Clerk of the Circuit'.,
Dedication of Chapel Powers on Lake Geneva. Ten mem- \ L. Reynolds; Vice Pres., Myron of the Fish and Game Commission t and Clerk file the of original the Circuit in the Court office otbe Frank Landrum Starke. FlorIda By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk ur Dated this 2 day of Feb. l!)So
The dedication of St. William's bers were present. Most of the on or (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. D..rbyCkrk
2/4 4t
business discussed included Prevatt Sr.; secretary, Mrs. E. L. will give a talk, supplemented ,before the 14 day of March. 1955; and file the original in the office of 2/25 of tire! Tennt k'ourtn.y
Chapel took place on Wednesday, plans This otherwise the allegations of said he Clerk of >OTICB : |tIn | Marian L
Kyle. committee meets the with movies, on the possibility Complaint will be taken the Circuit Court onr TO APPEAU I Crosby Deputy Clerk
for the dedication of the new St.William's as confessed -
Feb. 16, at 10 a. m. Assisting in first Wednesday of each month at of seigning Lake Brooklyn by you. o 955 before the 7 day of March, Circuit Court Bradford Count, : 44t22c;
otherwise the
; allegations of
Florida
Chapel.Community This notice shall be : IB Cfranrtry.Max '
the service were the choir from Church 8 p. m. .and subsequently restocking it.Let's each week for four publishedonce consecu- onfessed aid Complaint will be taken as Weiss, Plaintiff, vs. Ruth j''
CirclesotiCei I have a large attendance and ive week in the Bradford County by you. Weiss. Defendant. 'I'|
the
Kinney school of the I
Bishop ;
The pulpit, next Sunday will be Telegraph. This notice shall be published Case No. 10-S60 ;I I
The Eisenacher Circle met enjoy an interesting discussion on Dated nee each week for four oonsecuve Notice To \ '
Assumption Church Parish in this 9 day of February, ppear. I
,occupied by one of the Christian Wednesday, Feb. 16, at the home I this timely subject. 1955. tl weeks in the Bradford County To: Ruth Weiss whose residence i My
I Jacksonville. Attending this serv- Business'Men's Association, whichis h (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby elegraph. and address Is: 119 Albemarle Road. b"S
ice were Arch-Bishop Wm O'Brien meeting at the Park-of-the- of Mrs. Lester H. Eisenacher on Honoring MrVm. Belote : Clerk of the Circuit Court D'ated this 2 day of Feb., 1955. ; Brooklyn. New York.
from Santa Fe Lake at 11 a. m. Mrs. W. C. McCrary: recently By Marian 1.. Crosby, Deputy Clerk OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby !. four are hereby notified that a
Chicago, Arch-Bishop JosephP. Palms this week. suit for divorce
I 2/11 4t 3/4 Clerk of the Circuit Courty
Hurley of St Augustine, and 20 Men's Club Formed The Nightingale Circle will meet i entertained guests at three tablesof B Maw'an L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk has been filed against you l-i th--''. (J
at 6 m., Feb. 21 for dinner at bridge in honor of Mrs. Belote NOTICE OF I\TE\TIOf TO 2/4 it 225aOTlfE above named fourt and cause ana lane
priests from all over the state in- Last week made to p.
were REGISTER
plans !who has to live here. FICTITIOUS NAME you are required ti> serve a cop >)f
recently come .
cluding former pastors who have form a men's club of the church Park-of-the-Palms. Gordon Purdy Notice is hereby given that the I your answer or pleading to the com liquiD, on T& irrs UM FAST toikf
will address the A spring motive was carried out in undersigned, under the provisionsof TO APPEAlS plalnlm the Plaintiffs Attorney
served here and in Starke. and temporary officers appointed group. bowls beautiful Chapter 20,953. Laws of Florida, e n Circuit Court. Bradford County"larldai

Catholic Club Sleets .were: president, Charles T. Smith, The Smith Circle will meet at arranging of pink Acts of 1941, will register with the In Chaarery.Claire I .
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and white camelias throughout Clerk of the Circuit Court In and McAleer Plaintiff vs. James
The Catholic Club met Feb. 9 and for secretary, Dr. Walter C. I the home of Mrs. T.' L. Norwood the handsome silver for Bradford County, State of Florida Anthony McAleer Jr., Defendant I
rooms, and a
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Parsons. A charter membership on Santa Fe Lake on Monday, Feb. upon receipt of proof of publication Case No. 10-856 I'
bowl, filled with the lovely plum of this notice. the fictitious Notice To Appear.To .
,21, at 11 a. m. blossoms. Delicious refreshments name of Martha's, under which I am : James Anthony }McAleer Jr..
The Crosby Stephens Circle will engaged in business at 145 VT. Call whose residence and address Is: c/o
Our Business followed, and on adding the St. Starke Fla. ,
AThat's up That the sole own- Mrs. James Anthony McAleer, Sr.
GLASS meet at 1 p. m. on Monday, Feb. scores the first prize for high er of this business is: Martha S. 2 707 Sedgewick Avenue. Bronx, New I

If It's Glass We Have It! 21, at the home of Mrs. T. J. Hut- went to Mrs. Pat Fraher and second Yancey.Dated this Box 452, Starke, Fla. York. '
-- 4th day -of February.
'0 CALL WRITE VISIT son, on Santa Fe Lake. A.D., 1955, You are hereby notified that a I
/ or to Mrs. Lucile Starnes, anda at Starke, Bradford i suit for
\ The first meeting of the Boardof girt to the guest of honor. County. Florida. Divorce. custody and control of i

I Joe Peters Glass Co. Stewards of the Community Coming Home .NOTICE_TO APPEAR 2/4 4t r/25 'I has minor been filed child against you in theabove I I DON'T DELAY TRADE NOW ON THIS .

Church was held Tuesday for the I Hollen P. Mitchell son of Mr. !a Circuit Court. Bradford Count, named Court and cause ana

FOR ANY GLASS NEED purpose of organization, electing and Mrs. H. P. Mitchell will have Florida la Chaaefrr, you are required to serve a copy of
Marie Green your answer or pleading to the complaint -
Plaintiff, More
J We Design Modern Store Fronts officers and appointing commit- his discharge from the Navy the Green Defendant. Case No.vs. 10-852 on the Plaintiff's Attorn) REf RIG ERA TORl'
last of February.: He has served I Notice '|'.. Appmrs T. Frank Landrum, Starke, Fla
'P Just Mail Us A Pattern for tees.The To: More Green. whose residenceand and file the original! in the office of1 I
of .
., monthly meeting the. eight months on the U. S. S. :Mid I address Is: Unknown.You the Clerk of the Circuit Court on]
Table
Tops I women of the church will be way aitcraft carrier in the Mediterranean are hereby notified that a or before the 7 day of March. j I
1313 N.W. 4th PI. Gainesville.! Fla. Phone 2-4353 ult for 1955; otherwise the allegations of | !
changed for the month of March and just now is sta Divorce, custody and control of said Complaint will be taken as con I IfeSbed

only, to Wednesday, March 2, with L tioned in Hoboken, N. J. He will I minor child by you. I .
This notice shaH be a ==- -
luncheon at 12:30: m. at Park- enter the has been filed against you in Jit publishedonce l' .1.1if
,' a p. University of Florida this above named Court and each week for( four consecutiwwreks
: 'r------ u' ,1E1W-IIA: : : h of-the-Palms. Following the luncheon fall for a course in mechanical I you\ are required to serve cause a copy and of in the Bradford County Tele _

Rev. H. L. Fenton Jr., who is engineering. your complaint answer on or pleading the Plat tr tIffs the graph.Dated this 2 day of Feb., 1955. L 4 if (I AIIDSAVE

home director of the Latin American Personal Items Attorney E. K. Ferryman. Starke, (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby = ;;
SLIGHTLY Florida Clerk of the Circuit Court .
Mission, will address the so- :Mayor M. Leslie Beasley was in Bud tile the original in the office ol Py Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk ,

ciety. For reservations to the Tallahassee on business last week. the Clerk of th. Circuit Pour) nor 2/4 4t 2/25j,

luncheon, please call :Mrs. Axel We are glad to report that Bert otherwise before the the 7 day of March, 1955: 1SOTICB TO APPE\n ;
allegations or salo
USED GAS APPLIANCESALSO Malmgren, 4146, the chairman of Christoffers has returned home I Complaint will be taken as confess- In Circuit Conrt Bradford County,
Florida In Chaarrrt.
this committee. All women of the from the Veterans Hospital in od This by you notice shall be published Vincent Argiro. Plaintiff, vs. An-

church and our winter visitors are Lake City and is improving right once each week for four consecutive tionette Argiro, DefendantCase

invited to attend. along. graph.weeks In the Bradford County Tele. Aotlre To Apprart No. 10-859

ParkofthePalmsFebruary Burgess West and James Rankin Dated this 1 day of February, To: Antoinette Argiro whose res- l-

ELECTRIC :.REFRIGERATORSAND 18-20, Christian Bus!- both from Atlanta, Ga., were 1955.OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darb:) Street.idence and Brooklyn address, New is:York.1025 70th

nesss :Men's committee meeting of guests of Jess Lewis last week. Clerk of the Circuit Court You are hereby notified nat a !

the Southeastern Regional Confer Mr. and Mrs. C. Quade Weld of rty Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk suit Divorcehas for I!
2/4 4t 2/25 I
ence. Minneapolis, Minn were guests of been filed against you In the
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above named Court and cause and
February 21-25, Association of Rev. and :Mrs. B. R. Weld recently.Mr. In flrfult Court Bradford Count," you are required to serve a copy of I
WASHING MACHINES Bible Conferences and Camps. and Mrs. Bernie Adams of Florida In Cban..f>rJ. your answer or pleading in the I I
John Hanson, Plaintiff vs. Edytb complaint on the Plaintiff $29995
Fifth annual convention. Savannah, Ga. and Jacksonville, Hanson Defendant. Attorney T. Frank Landrum. -j

February 27-March 4, The Latin recently visited his father and Cast No. 10-S4!: Starke. Florida
Order Of Publication And .Notii-e '1'0 and file the original in the officeof ;
American Mission, featuring Dr. Mr. and Mrs. H. W.
mother \PI't>ar, State Of Florida Tot the Clerk of the Circuit Court onCOLONIAL
ALL IN PERFECT CONDITIONCome Paul Van Gorder Ponzi Penning- Adams.Mr. Edyth Hanson, whose residenc i $50
and address is: 2281 East ISt _
ton. song leader-soloist, and Rev. : and Mrs. E. E. Rineharthave Street, Brooklyn, New York; 4 y

H. L. Fenton home director. just returned from a trip to You are required to appear on
I
In First Baptist Church Tampa and St. Petersburg.Mrs. March Court 7, and 1955 cause in ,the wherein above plaintiff named -- i FULL WIDTHFREEZER

AndAsk BARGAINS Mrs. Charles Parker, Mrs. John Walter Stanley has been seeks divorce.

Feldon and Mrs. Ted Oglesby attended :- visiting her son, Louis Stanley in I publish Bradtora this county Order 'telegraph in next shall four I !
About These
the Recreational Confrence Jacksonville. weekly Issues. I ;2

held in Main St. Baptist Church, Thomas Weichel of Wilkesbarre, Witness my hand and official seal FLORISTPHONE ,
at tarke, Florida
I this January 28, !
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DOOR
o SHELVES
Jacksonville, recently. They returned Pa., visited with his cousin, E. C. 1955. ;

with many good ideas which Weichel Jr. and family last week. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. DarbyAs : HIRER TRAY -
Clerk of
-aiU Court
This Range Is Slightly Used they *>.re plannyig to try out in the Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Beckwithand By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk I 218FLOWERS I .?
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0 BUTTER KEEPER :
Lloyd
near future. Lee and her mother Bass 302 Clark Building. /l\Tn\J
enjoyeda Jacksonville. Florida. \ I I ic \ \ \\\,
Woman's Club trip to Delray Beach last week. Attys. for Plf. 2/4 4t 2/25

For Only It is a covered dish luncheon :Miss Laura Spencer (Lollie) of -
SEE THE COMPLETE 1955 LINE
for Tuesday, Feb. 22, at 12 noon. Jacksonville spent last weekend In Circuit Court, Itrndford CountyFlorida ,
; In Chancery ,
The Starke Glee Club, from the with her friend, Bobbe Bastedo. Elizabeth Ellis Small. PlaintiffS g1
OF G.E REFRIGERATORS
high school there, will favor us Lollie's father, Robert Spencer, Harold Small, Defendant.Case. I ; c

with a musical program, and we who with his family lived here Order Of Publication AudNotice No. 10-S43'I'.. For All Occasions 0 4e
I !11-1 MIX OR MATCH COLORS
are hoping for a record attrnUance' several years ago, is now workingfor Appear; Mate of Florida To: i
Harold Small, whose residence and
of members and winter visitors to an engineering company in address is: 417 Lake Avenue,, DISH GARDENS

welcome and to hear these )oung Australia, and Mrs. Spencer has Asbury Park, New Jersey. -r---r---- TRADE TODAY -

people. Hostesses for the day are just returned from a visit there. March You 7 a-e, 1955 required, in the to above appear named 0:1.: I POTTED PLANTS

Mrs. C. E. Sipe, Mrs. Sara McDonald Mr. and Mrs. Leo Powers of Court and cause wherein plaintiff'

Mrs. Williams, and Mrs. Ilion, N. Y. are visiting their son( of seeks minor divorce child.Eradford custody and control POTTERY
G. J L MCGRIFF
John Karges. and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.! County Telegraph shall Flowers WiredAnywhere
publish this Order in next four
Roast Beef Dinner John Powers, on Lake Geneva. weekly issues. I

Don't forget the date, Feb. 26, Charles Ross reports that :Mrs. Witness my hand and official teal

at 5:30 p. m. Adults, $1.25; children L- Ross, who underwent surgery at at 1955.S Starke.:. Florida this January 28,. I GENERAL ELECTRIC APPLIANCESCor.

65 cents. Tickets may be obtained )- St. Luke's Hospital last week, i OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. DarbyAs : Nona St. Starke Call & Walnut Sts. Phone 229

from any member of the doing well. Clerk of Said Court Starke, Fla.
By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk
club.C. :Mrs. Beatrice Cooper left last ,Lloyd Bass, 302 Clark Building.
d
A. P. Activities week for New Orleans to attendthe Jacksonville, Florida. <6!.
I !Attys. for Pl!. 2/4 4t 2/25
C. A. P. will meet on Friday, 1 t Mardi Gras. I I

Feb. 25 at 8 p. m. at the KeystoneAir Mr. and :Mrs. Robert Guinn, for- laThe County Judge' Court In And K .
I'or Bradford County: Florida.
Base. Lt. Roy Browning was :mer residents of Keystone, were IX HE: Estate of : ff\

appointed head of Radio Net Con- here on Friday visiting friends. JOHN ELDRIDGE SMITH, Deceased. ii _
.
:uiui; OF rnoiivTE
trol last week for the state of Mr. and Mrs. Huntley Redfearn TO ALL PERSON'S INTERESTED ....: ..:""- I

Florida. Lindsey Walker Is in entertained 15 guests last week I.V TUB ESTATE OF SAID DEFENDANT =..",...:''-t-1"'ll-. -- -:-:
!
Was charge of the ground observer honoring their son, Robert's 12th I You are; hereby notified that a

Originally corps in the Keystone unit. New birthday.Mr. written instrument purporting to .
i be the last will and testament of
, Priced At I members in this group are Dr. and Mrs. Clifford Bateman I said decedent has been admitted to FROM THE SKYWAYS TO THE HIGHWAYS

Marco in Starke, William Belote, stopped by for a visit with their probate in this court You are hereby -
$246.87IF commanded within six calendar
Keystone, Charles Tomberlin, Edwina friends, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Haber-: months from the date of the first

Williams, and Don Sheridan stroh, on their way to Zephyrhills. publication of this notice to appearin
this court and show if any,
cause
from Palatka. :Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
., Henry Schroll you can why the action of this
Duplicate Bridge Club and son, Charles from Chicagoare court in admitting said will to pro-
YOU NEED APPLIANCES, YOU CAN'T AFFORDTO bate should not stand unrevoked
The regular weekly game was guests for three weeks at the TI1ERON A. YAW

PASS THESE LOW PRICED APPLIANCES BY played on Monday, Feb. 14, at 8 M. K. Johnston resort on Lake County Judge.

p. m. in the Woman's Club. High Swan. We are told that the large- First 1955': publication on February 4,

score was won by Mr. and Mrs. mouthed bass are being caughtover 2/4 It 2/25

Central Fla. Gas & Appliance Co. E. Hise of Waldo; second high, there. ___ .

Mrs. E. F. Aiken and Mrs. W. P. Mrs. G. E. Wiggins has returned !a Circuit NOTICE Court.TO Bradford APPEAR County,,

Boyd; third high, Mr. and Mrs. from Lake City after a visit with Florida In Chancery. .

Phone 301 144 W. Call St. John Karges. :Mrs. Karges remembered her daughter Mrs. Hugh Wilson. John Putz, Defendant.C. Putz Plaintiff, vs. Bertha

it was Valentine's day and We understand that J. L. Wiggs, Case No. 10-858
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',u --- -TN-- -, --- ,- .- -- ..-"-..p brought over a large box of de- a guest of Mr. Menzen on Lake Notice To Appear
To: Bertha Putz. whose residenceand
Geneva, and Mr. Menzen have both address is: Unknown.You .
been doing are hereby notified that a
some fishing and that
I' last suit for ._. _! i LU Ps _, -
week they caught their limitof Divorce ,
black bass has been filed against you In the
on Lake Santa Fe.It's .
above named Court and cause and
Wrnidt
bt ttu& a baby girl and on Valen- you are required to serve a copy of

tine's day, too, for the William your answer or pleading to the
complaint on the Plaintiff'sAttorney
Beam family, and all is well. How T. Frank Daadrum,
nice! !Starke, Florida
and file the original In the officeof
:Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Cutter from the Clerk of the Circuit Court on

tktooF Pittsford, N. Y. are visiting with or before the
I 7 day of March 1955;
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Kyle on Key I otherwise the allegations of said FOR YOUR CAR Phillips 66 brings controlled tolatilitj. In addition,
stone Lake. Complaint will be taken as con
Mrs. Marshall Gumble fessed by you. you the only gasoline with the added Phillips 66 FLITE-FLTL gives you the
of Mary- This
notice shall be
publishedonce
vile Tenn. and her son, and Mr. each week for four consecutive super aviation fuel component Diclean burning qualities that result from

pOWER IQQCEDIV4. and Mrs. Robert Lott of Nashville,' graph.weeks in the Bradford County Tele isopropyl! It's a Phillips exclusive! useofnaturalandat'ationcomponents.New .-

proved by Pikes proved in Tenn. spent the weekend with :Mr. Dated this 2 day of Feb., 195:>. Phillips 66 FLITE-FUEL provides Fill up today with FLITE-FUEL!
Peak climb! Dodge V.8 pick-up, 50,000milesinSOdaysendurance (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
and :Mrs. :Marshall .
P. Thompson. Clerk of the Circuit Court increased power, higher antiGet Phillips 66 FLITE-FUEL at stations
AAA-upervised, climbed Pikes Peak run! 50,000 miles in They left for Waycross, Ga. Sun- By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk And where the and

in 20 minutes, 46.8 seconds 50 days, without mechanical failure! day after church and then wenton 2/4 4t 2/25 knock and greater fuel economy. you see orange
unheard-of time for trucks That's the benefit from famous. Phillips 66 black Phillips 66 Shield.
only record
a set by a standard to Nashville on Monday. In The County JudJ: '* Court In and you

few seconds over the passenger car Dodge pick-up with the new 145-hp. Marilyn Harvey Nelson, daughter IN For RE:Bradford Estate of County, Florida.

record. Power-Dome V-8 engine! of Mr. and Mrs.-David A. Nelson JOHN ELDRIDGE SMITH Deceased

graduated as a registered NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll '
EtNOMYproved creditors of the estate of John
with REAL OEAI.f.prove for nurse from Boston University Eldridge Smith deceased, are here- tl4ws' oil
over 22 miles School of Nursing at the annual by notified and required to file any motor
per gallon average yourself how they can save claims or demands which they may
in 714-mile economy run! you money! Dodge trucks convocation held Jan. 29. She re have against said estate In the office h111's
ere
22 miles per gallon, carrying 500 priced with the lowest. S. ceived her R. N. pin and bachelorof of County the county Florida judge, in the of court-Bradford : : that can double engine life !

Ibs. of payload, using regular gas! you money every mile. And tc'That's -, science degree. house at Starke Florida, within t
eight calendar months from the
u u
the _
average of a Dodge- dealers are offering the yecrs :L... NOTICE date of the first publication of this Aei TROP-Amc is the new cl/-weafher motor oil that flows cosily!
!
Power-Dome TO APPEAR notice. Each claim demand !;
pick-up in a 714-mile, deals-all models '/::- thru 4-:.:..:; IB Circuit Court. Bradford Countj in writing and or must state mustbe the at temperatures below zero, yet retains its film strength erf

AAA-supervised Economy Runl Florida IB Cbanr>rr. place of residence: and postoffice address $. extremely high engine heat. Compared to ordinary oils it

John J. Gerardi Plaintiff vs. Alice I of the claimant and must be can reduce wear 40% cut oil consumption
or more can
Altk/wof Marie Gerard), Defendant.Case .r rilIU
sworn to by the claimant his agent,
No. 10-873 I or his attorney, or it will become ro 15% to 45%. Tscp-Amc is the perfect mate for Fun-Fua. I
of a better deal \otlte To Appear.To void according to law. I II
: Alice Marie I
'a, Gerardi. whose January 26, 1955.
residence and address Is: Route 3, MYRA S. VARNEDOE. '
for the
at t 4ff jr
man I
DODGE A TRUC :.J Box 305 }Kemtet California. HILDA HOUSTON, .

t the wheel with.. A 'IODUCt o. fJtl CHRYSLER CORP ......"",- ",. .. ....n.1..i1"lilliijlil'I"J'......... ,II! ."-,.".iI'l. I JOHN Executrices ELDRIDGE of the SMITH.Estate de of t-. PHILLIPS PETROLEUM COMPANY !,

FOR cea ed.
I
First publication on February 4.


HARDY BROTHERS MOTOR CO. Wedding DECORATED SLIDE Cakes TO ORDER A CAKES Specialty. /1955. NOTICE-TO APPEAR 2/4 4t %15 JEROME JOHNS S Oil COMPANYPHONE I


Call MRS. H. LAPPE (a Circuit Court, Bradford Cooatr,
Florida Ta Chancery.
600 TEMPLE AVE. STARKE, FLA. PHONE 69 9501 (Hotel Thomas) Dlnko BnlJevic. Plaintiff, vs. Mar
Gainesville: Fla. ija Buijevie. Defendant 12 STARKE. FLA. !

N ..:O'.U., !!..,..,."...,.. ...;I;'...............m_f_j Sot lee To Appear Case No. 10-85 !

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'American Home : "
I Brownie Scouts Miss I
Theme Is Used Iw.4 -- Joann Smith

; w i (Entertain MothersAt To Wed James Rowe
Woman's ClubThe i
H1j Valentine PartyThe i I ,
I < I
Starke Woman's Club met : 1''r I ;
peda1 Limited-
for their American Home programat I '--- Brownie Scouts and their '
I leader, Mrs. Reiner. entertained Time Offer to
the Wednes- II urge
monthly meeting j I II
afternoon Feb. 9 i I I mothers of the members with a to Ansco
day at the club j i II you try new
Gladys Mooty house with Mrs. J. W. Kincaid, !I Valentine party Tuesday afternoon 1
Phone 35 president, presiding. 'I 1Ja ttle' ,ii the Methodist recreation build- PLENACOIOR FILMHere's

ing. Several games were played !
- -- ---- ---- ----- -- - -ssspe.sssssssssssJ1i1- Rev. R. D. Sommer, introducedby
Mrs. F. B. Beard, spiritual with the Brownies and their moth- J I

Judith Claire Green, leader, gave the devotional. Dur- lers participating. Suzanne Judd !

Richard ing the business meeting, Mrs. won a prize for guessing the near- .
CunninghamWed lest number of a'
Kincaid announced that Mrs. Tom candy hearts in

Last FridayMr. G. Brown of Jacksonville, directorof I I container. :

District Four, will be the guest After refreshments, served by {
and Mrs. Lloyd James Green speaker at the April meeting. Alsoat (r1T5. Ressie Colson and Mrs. Vic: all you do:

announce the marriage of their the April meeting all committee Frees, the Brownies exchanged 1. Buy and try a roll cf NEW

daughter. Judith Claire, to Richard reports will be turned in. It was ; I valentines. : Ansco Keaacolor Film (fits

Duane Cunningham, son of Mrs. voted that $5 would be given to All 16 members of the troop and ALL 120 aad 620 KM

Blanche Cunningham of Lake the March of Dimes. Two new I !10 mothers enjoyed this party. H I cameras).
Geneva and the late A. E. Cun- members were voted into the club, I
HOME DECOKATIXG was the theme of the Woman's Club
meetinglast Return hIm to u for
ningham.The Mrs. George Kaufmann and :Mrs. : 2.
Pearl Schropshire. week and pictured above are some of the principals who arrangedand \VSCS Notice developing.Fox every
ceremony took place Friday L staged the interesting program. Photographed in the "drawing print you buy at the
Mrs. Kincaid introduced S
afternoon, Feb. 11, at 2 o'clock at ,> the The regular business and
the Methodist parsonage with attending the meeting, including room" arranged on the stage of the dub auditorium are (left to right) I gram meeting of the Methodist pro- I new special low price

Rev. R. D. Sommer officiating in several members of the Junior Mrs. Betty Graffls, Mrs. II. B. Peyton, Mrs. J. W. Kincaid, Johnny ,i d32aWe'll
WSCS will be held after- ,
Monday Mr and Mrs W
the presence of the Immediate Woman's Club and house guestsof Jones, Mrs. L N. Pickering, and Mrs. Bonnie Whitfield. .I Hogan Smithannouno
noon at 3 o'clock in the church the
approaching marriage -
families. club members. Mrs. Russell give you
sanctuary. : oi the!! daughter, Joann, to
Norman who
The bride chose for her weddingan I M. H. ,Williams has as replaced Third Mrs.Vice fashions. Also on display in front i yellow gladioli and narcissi. The Mrs. R. D. Sommer will be in.l.: Pvt. James Rowe son of Mr and another print \W.'

original tailored costume suit : President, asked members for of the stage was an early American I tea table was overlaid with a love- charge of the program on the-,:'1 Mrs. Robert G. Green of Starke.i i i i
of Navy blue silk with which she recipes group of furniture and a :ly linen cutwork cloth centered subject "New Ventures
for the Sadie Hawkins cook on Old The wedding will take place on
wore Navy and white accessories. modern-living group of furniture.Mrs. with a beautiful arrangement of Roads."
Mrs.
Foster Shi Smith is
book. Saturday, Feb. 26, at 8 p. m. in ,
Her corsage was of white carna- Graffis showed different narcissi and pink camellias balanced in
of the I
Gilbert Newcomb sang a solo, charge worship. the First Methodist Church. A reception -.
samples of carpeting and explained by three branched candel-
tions.Mrs. "Bless This House," in keeping I will follow in the Woman's :,
what types to be used with .abra
: Cunningham graduated in holding silver-tinted white '
with the theme of the World ]Day Of Club.
meeting.He PrayerThe
the class of 1953 from Bradford different periods of furniture. Mrs. tapers. :Mrs. E. L. Matthews pre- I'
was accompanied at the piano Whitfield talked on fabrics and sided at the silver coffee service. X0 invitations are being sent. ,
School attended the Univer-
sity High of Florida, and; has a secretarial four years service in the U. S. by :Mrs. Vivian Knight. showed samples of domestic and Also assisting in serving were World Day of Prayer which but all friends and relatives of the !Phone 265; Starke, Fla. I
He is
position with the Big Dad Navy.Electric an employee of Clay Mrs. Kncaid introduced the imported materials. Mr. Walker I Mrs. Charley E. Johns andmem- the churches of Starke have observed i i''couple ate invited. I'

Mfg. Co. She is the granddaughterof Cooperative at Keystone speaker for the afternoon, John was in charge of the display bers of the Junior Womang Club: for years will be held in the i i iFirst
'
Heights. .f. Jones of Jones Furniture Co., Mr. Mrs. .
rangements. Jones Steve Simmons -
Mrs. T. C.
Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot of After short r' ar-I Methodist Church on Friday
a honeymoon tripto Jacksonville, and his co-workers, out in his talk that this ; Hazen, Jr., Mrs. John A. Torode,
this city. points of interest on the East Mrs. Bonnie Whitfield, Mrs. Betty tiend in colors, according to Mrs. H. H. Adams, Mrs. R. D. morning, Feb. 25, at 10 o'clock.
Mr. Cunningham attended the Coast, they are at home to their Women of the different churches Jayee's 4th Annual
Graffis and Basil Walker. :Mr. "Houss; and Garden," is toward Sommer and Mrs. S. G. Denmark.In .
Clay County schools and has had friends at 714 Oak St., Starke. Jones presented a beautifully arranged the pastel shades. Mrs. P. T. charge of the American will assist the leader, Mrs. I. P. '

room setting on the stage Nolin received an occasional tableas Home program was Mrs. L. N. Shepherd, in presenting the serv-
FlowerVorkshop I|Mrs. Doyle Conner m the French Provincial period. door prize presented by the Pickering, chairman, with Mrs. I I

To Be Held Elected PresidentOf Included in the arrangement were Jones Company. O. L. Beasley as co-chairman. Mrs.H. i

I Louis XIV chair, Louis XV sofa, Following the program, membersand B. Peyton, first vice-president, ice.BPV
By Garden ClubThe Junior Club Queen Anne chair, and beautiful Quests were invited into the had on her committee Mrs. T. B. NoticeThe

embossed coffee table by Kozack lounge where coffee and refresh- Harding, Mrs. J. R. Kite, Mrs. G. I

Starke Garden Club is conducting I Mrs. Doyle E. Conner was elect- Mr. Jones also explained period ments were served. The mantel J, McGriff, Mrs. C. F. Ward, Mrs.A. regular meeting of the .

a workshop on flower arrangements ed president of the Junior Woman's furniture and presented the wo in the lounge held an artistic E. McKinney, Mrs. M. W. Starke Chapter of the Business' ,

Saturday afternoon Club at a meeting held In the club man's viewpoint on furniture I modern spray arrangement of Lance and Mrs. W. B. Parks. and Professional Women's Club'

starting at 1 o'clock in the Parish I house Monday night, Feb. 7. i
February '
will be held Monday night -
: I
House on Church street. Other officers elected at this YWA Members HendersonPrevattMr. Fashion Show I PALATKA FLA. :
i' 21, at 7:30: p. m. at the Catholic ,
be i
will
Conducting the workshop time were: Miss Dolores McKnight,
Mrs. Elizabeth B. Stuart and Mrs.' vice president; :Mrs. E. A. Yancey, Enjoy Annual At \V oman's Club Center. 3 BIG DAYS. FRI.. SAT.. SUN. FEB. 25-26-27 .

Herman Hafele of Jacksonville.Each recording secretary; :Mrs. Don Valentine BanquetThe On February 24A I S BROXC BUSTERS S BRAHMA BULL RIDERS ,

member attending 'is askedto Neal, corresponding secretary, and .
Tampa, a frequent visitor of hisj i BULL DOGGING TRICK RIDING
bring a needle point holder and Mrs. J. E. Hardy, treasurer. The Baptist Y. W. A. girls held fashion show featuring crea- aunts Jeannete Kincaid and Ger- ,
,
five pieces of greenery including new officers will be installed at the their annual Valentine banquet tions of Archie Eason, prominent trude Beasley, was elected as one (I Adults $1.50 Children 75c-Reserved Seats $2.00

sanservieria and Chinese ever- meeting in March. Monday night at the pastorium designer! of hats and dinner clothes, of the Courtiers to the King in the : '-=rtrr- =---r-_=_n: .. ,-
green. They are also asked to bring During the business session, pre- under the sponsorship of the Busi- will be held in the Woman's Club Gasparilla Court and was introduced -

any kind of flowers they have on sided over by the president, Mrs.S. ness Women's Circles, the Lottie Thursday night Feb. 24, at 8 at the cornation ball Tuesday
hand for Moon circle and the Ethel Biggs .
arrangements.It E. Simmons, the members votedto o'clock.Mrs. evening at the State Fair in Tam
is hoped that all members of be responsible for soliciting the Circle. J. W.
Kincaid, president of pa Among those attending the I
the club will take advantage of residential section of Starke in the The banquet table was centered
the club
said that receipts from Fair this week were Delbert and i i TAKE
this workshop by attending. annual Red Cross fund drive starting with a large red Valentine centered I the show will be used by the club 'Jewel and A. J. and I1
Casey Phyllis : COMMAND...
Hostesses for the afternoon will in :March. Mrs. Doyle Conner, with a figurine holding white to furnish I ; \
help a room in the new Strickland if you think it \\at'cold
be Mrs M. F. Hazen, president, spring flowers. The centerpiecewas Gef tho Thrill/ /
'
chair-
civic chairman, will serve as! Bradford County Hospital. \
here the past weekend, it was.
Mrs. Paul and Mrs. T. balanced by three-branched I W I N Tint Hand
Raymond man for the soliciting and will noti- In addition to Gin- I II
B. Harding. crystal candelabra holding! burning the fashion show, mild in comparison to where I
fy the members what areas they pink tapers. At each place setting an entertaining floor show will be ny Finzer is up in Louisville, Ky. I

are to work. y were mint cups filled with red presented by personnel of the Fred when Benny called her Saturday -j 1 1a

Garden Club Board It was decided to contribute $10 candy hearts. Astaire School of Dancing, Jack- she said is was 10 below zero ,
to the March of Dimes: and the sonville. Members of the Jacksonville there like ,
Enjoying the affair were Mrs. and looked about two \
The Starke Garden Club govern- club also voted to furnish a room Junior Woman's Club will I new
R. O. Dansby, leader, Mrs. J. E. feet of snow on the ground! j
ing board will meet Thursday eve- I at the new county hospital at an Hildebran, young peoples director, 4 se1\"e as models for Mr. Eason. Hear that :Mrs. F. H. Long returned !
approximate cost of $400. The i
ning, Feb. 21 at 7:30:: o'clock at Aliese, Patty, and Pamela Faye 1 Tickets may be purchased from to her home here Thursday after! KI Get The TlnT I
for this
Mrs. I money project will come Lawson Ruth and Joanne Lee, Mrs. Pauline Bridges, finance spending several months in Jacksonville tc
the home of the
.
president from the Thrift Shop, which has and Mrs Claude Prevatt Contest Going On
chairman of the '
Joan Furlong, Helen Haines, Irene Woman's Club, or i DODGE
M. F. Hazen. had a succesful Mrs.H. announce the marriage of their Now At Your
very year. Right
from Mrs. S. E.
:Metzger: and Carol Jennings. Simmons, presi- Still got a list of sickuns this
daughter, Barbara Jean, to Wil- :
H. Adams, Thrift chair-
Shop dent of the Junior Woman's Dealers!
Assisting in serving were Mrs.L. hum Eugene Henderson, son of Club. week we find Barbara Sue j i Dodge
that and
man reported clothing
D. Haines, Mrs. Kate Sheppard, / Barksdale, Margaret Ann Lovell, :
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Henderson,
household articles are needed and Mrs. Russell Norman, Mrs. George which took place Sunday evening, Presbyterian WomenThe Francine Hillendahl, Joyce Den- 50 Custom Royal' Lancers given away free!IIt's
she will
be to
c'& if notified. glad pick them up Anderson and Mrs. Elizabeth Feb. 13, at Nahunta, Ga. mark, young Harry Hatcher and !I fun! It's easy!A contest every day!

'ki Pierce. The young couple was attendedby Presbyterian Women of the Joe Thigpen confined with chickenpox j
ig i Mrs. S. G. Denmark, who servesas After the banquet a short busi- :Mr. and Mrs. George Simpsonand Church will hold their general and Bobby White has the I, SEE YOUR DODGE DEALER

Transportation Chairman of the ness meeting was held at which Miss JoAnn Smith. meeting Tuesday night in the measles Liz Nasworthy is bobbling I -w

Bradford County Children's Committee time plans were made for the pro- Mrs. Henderson is a senior in church. The business session will around with a broken toe she{ _: ... -r- ;
asked the club .to be responsible gram to be presented at the Wed- at 7:30 o'clock, followed \
the class of 55, Bradford High begin : bya received when she stumbled into a j
for transportation of nesday evening service at the School, and is continuing her review of "Under Three Flags"I I piece of furniture at hone Guy j AJurdMaI.aa

patients to various clinics during church. studies. Mr. Henderson is employed by Dr. E. F. Montgomery at 8. :Sale is up and around again after I

April. Several members agreed to by the Warren Construction :a week's bout with the flu and I From where I sit.. by Joe Marsh

be called on. Mrs. ChasteenIs Co. in Starke. WESLEYAN. SERVICE GUILD i Irene Sommer, Ronnie and Lucille

Plans were discussed for the Mr. and Mrs. Henderson Mundorf are still fighting it (the I I
; ;; HonoreeMrs. are Guild will i
: Party The Wesleyan Service
: sale of cake mix: and other mixes making their home at present flu) ii i II
which the club will sponsor in sev- meet Tuesday, February 22nd at Swifty Gets
Jim Chasteen was delight- with the E. E. Hendersons on Lafayette See the Merrill McMillans are ; *
"Boy-and what service! eral local stores Friday
grocery street. 7:30 in the Educational Building.
fully surprised at a coffee party I moving this week from the Seymour Slowed Down
and Saturday, March 4-5. The club ,
food in her honor Wednesday d house on W. Madison streetto
know
We good given
will be paid five cents for each box I
alone won't do morning by :Mrs. Harry Hatcher, their lovely new home out on r
sold and several members volun-
is Jr. at the Hatcher home at Camp new Blanding road, next to Hazel Swifty Fisher Las a short cept of making a big fuss overnothing.
Our service promptand teered to work. Others needed
are Blanding.The I and Jim Ritch Tom and :Mar- temper and really hit the roof This ticket came from
courteous too. and are advised to contact :Mrs. "
coffee table was attractive ion Ritch and chilluns plan to move "hen he got a parking ticket rom kicfllpolLcemanplalloutiCilast
Simmons if possible to work a I
lace cloth centered with a this weekend from the Pearce From where I sit, jumping to
two-hour shift either day. with a week. lIe wasn't near a hydrant -
GUIDON GRILLGeorge handsome arrangement of pink .- house on South St. to the former or too far from the curb.conclusIons can make anyone ap.Therewasabigsignsaying"ONB .
Mrs. 0. L. Haynes Jr., health camellias in a silver bowl flankedby G. \\'. Brown house corner of E. pear silly. Another way to look
chairman, introduced Mrs. Martha silver candelabra holding burning With so many weddings being wear them one of our prominent Call and, Church Sts. the J. P. foolish is to make a quick decision -
Kopelousos, Owner Snellen, public health nurse, who I announced this month you'd surely Call street merchants put the HOUR PABKland he'd only
personal
pink tapers. Mrs. S. G. Den- Gills have moved from the Leon- minutes.Running on a question of
had an interesting talk on think it June, and I never saw men up to buying them as Valen- been gone twenty
general was
Starke, Fla. mark presided at the silver cof- hard Apts. on Cherry St. to the preference. For instance, I like .
health rules, vitamins, and dieting fee service. such a month for ..birthdays tine gifts McKinney Apts. on W. Call to Traffic Court,w e e glass of beer occasionally. You

ss_,=sssrssss J-J-.S-.tS-4 The meeting was opened with a Mrs. Chasteen received many makes you dizzy trying to remember See Deloris Gainey has replaced Evelyn Wise and Ethel Crews have Hack Miller was on duty, Swifty may be a buttermilk man. Bat
devotional by :Mrs.: T. I. Mersereau. if you remembered them all Beatrice Griffis at the Starke Tel- hollered how he hadn't done any
the Brown
lovely and useful baby gifts from reopened Derby on Temple neither of us ought to 'lay down
heard via the grape-vine that ephone switchboard Jo Ella ...how he is the most
the social thing
hour refresh-
During the ten guests attending. Ave. the E. W. Aliens have wrong the law" about the other's choice
LET TOB: FIX-IT ments were served to the 35 members Eddie Hartmann, now of Jax, and Hardy really got a scare last Fri- moved from the McKnight cottage law-abiding driver in town.

and six guests by the hostesses Cleo Chasen are honeymooning at day night when she couldn't find I]on Madison to the R. A. Green rent But Hack examined the ticket,

Miss Louise Stern, Mrs. L. C. Woodman Circle Jacksonville Beach daughter, Jane, who she had left al home on W. Call Richard and smiled."Slow down, friend," 80el1y..kf'

Hinson, Mrs. Olin White Jr., Mrs. I George Huggins, County Agent, in the car while she was doing and Judy (Green) Cunninghamhave he said. "You're not guilty-ex
James Groover, and :Mrs. O. L. To Meet TuesdayThe would like to know who the partywas grocery shopping and came out to moved into the house at 714

Haynes; Jr.Dorcas. that called his office t'other find Jane had disappeared she Oak St.Ann .
. Supreme Forest Woodman's day and wanted to know what to had gone in the store looking for Stefanelli was certainly Copyright 1955, United States Brewers FettnJatio .

Class MeetsThe Circle members will have their do for a dog that has been sprayedby her Mommy and got lost in the .surprised when six couples gave

regular meeting Tuesday evening a skunk folks over in the aisles and Mommy was looking up her a birthday party last Friday

Dorcas Class of the First t at 7:30 o'clock In the WOW hall. N. Walnut street section have been and down the street Jo Ella evening Gary Harris celebratedhis .

Baptist Church met Tuesday, Feb. Mrs. T. C. Chasteen. president, startled time and again by a nice finally went home, thinking Jane 6th birthday on Feb. 10 when THIS SEAL MEANS
fat that has been had tired and home, but :
will the business big possum seen got gone host
8, at the home of Mrs. Freeman preside. During he was to his kindergarten
struttin' around he even comes Jane wasn't there either and when
session and alternateswill
Register. The meeting was openedby delegates classmates at a theatre party that
Mrs. Register vice president, be elected to attend the state up on the back porches of houses to she went back to the store she morning his daddy showed the .c- SERVICE
eat out of the family pets' dishes found one of the clerks walkingJane .
and the devotional was given byMrs convention in Gainesville, Apr. 23- youngsters two cartoons at the ,
Lex Green. At the close of, 26. Did you hear about these sim- home and then it never i i I theatre, followed by refreshments and
ply beautiful black nylon Bikini's rains but it pours on Tuesday served his mother the q
the meeting, refreshments wereserved Refreshments will be served. All by guests '
that quite a number of our"strong.. evening Jo Ella locked the door at
received favors Valentine suck-
by the hostess. members are urged to be present. of
er sex" gave their weaker ( ?) sex. Roberts Jewelry while she ran over ers and balloon blowouts Suz- SAVING"That

for Valentines? they are decorated -. to the P. O., leaving the key In the anne Ford celebrated her 6th birth-

IDon't. fool!around with rows of red nylon ruffles ., pocket of her jacket hanging in day on Saturday afternoon with a

With pipes that fa3 and red sequins simply out, the store she had to call a me- party for 17 of her little friends must be a
We'll fix them isAwayyou'II of this world and I'm afraid they'll chanic to let her in the children received favors of 1

halt HUNDREDS have to be out of this world to: Hear that Jimmy Hoppe hats, candy-filled cups and blow- SAFECOagentl

out whistles assisting Suz- t There' always 1

Customers don't tell our plumb anne's mother in serving were Ver- one close by
ers to use the back door. of details are managed and economic- gie Flynn, Barbara Thomas and when you need

We're so well thought of In the ally attended that only a trained and Donna Dee Faxon little Tom- help."

community that nothing but the t careful organization can attend when EARL M. CAMPBELL my Cumber celebrated his first

the urgent need for serving is at birthday Feb. 10 with I -
front door Is good enonght for a party for THE NEW AUTO INSURANCE

our men. That's because \\e hand. JOHN F. (Bill) GREENE 22 of his little friends the Valentine : :_ PLAN THAT IS SAVING MONEY,

have a friend In every house. motif was carried out in the I

hold. Of course, when their DeWITT C. JONESPhone I TAX CONSULTANTSOlson decorations and refreshments _ FOR CAREFUL MOTORISTS,
Jackie Hcbbs will be 17 on Feb.

shoes are muddy, our men al- 7 Starke, Fla. Building S. Walnut Street Starke 19 and Jimmy Hobbs celebrated By insuring careful drivers only, substantial savings are
wajs: use the back entrance. _, .
-rsssfl- his 14th
birthday Feb. 9 ..
or-
PHONE 14 passed on to the policyholder. Can you qualify? Come in,
Funeral Director Ambulance Service chids to Dr. M. B. Herlong who will -
celebrate his 79th birthday on Sat- today and get the money-saving story,

Our local funeral home enablea as to offer convenience an4 FARMER BUSINESS INDIVIDUAL RETURNS urday at a Brunswick stew dinner -

service not otherwise available. party at which eight of his old H C. \WALL AGENCY

high school classmates from Jax, .
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4-J' II jrrarpWa Rate Short Forms
Special on Live Oak, Lake City and Fort
furnish the highest type cervlce at lowest prices, and White are among the guests in- 200 E. Call St. Starke, Fla.

accept ANT life Insurance policy, in force lasted by ANT S OPEN ALL DAY EACH FRIDAY vited PHONE 146

company, as payment In part or in full on a funeral So long See you In the next
I'HOXE 4U-J I Consultation carries no obligation. ,.-Y.U-CA'-_Ar MOlE BUT YOU CAN'T BUY UTTER THAU SAECO\.

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I SL Petersburg will attend the r 1. PINE STREET running from e ither of you. may have against the I Fla.
State Road No. 200 on the West state of James Everett: Loadholtz. j Dated this ISth day of Febru.irx
\ christening of their granddaughterand tn its intersection with the Westerly Sr., deceased late of :said county. t AD., 1955 at Starke. Bradf .' .j
niece, Paula Marie Dawkins, right-of-way line of Oak t o the County Judge of Bradford "County, Florida.
street on the East. l"ounty, Florida, his office the '
at
in 2. l\ 4t !
of :Mr. and
six months old daughter I
J. MAGNOLIA STREET running v'i'iirt house of aid County at
w O Mrs. Crosby H. Dawkins, on Sun- from Pine Street on the North's I Starke.: Florida within eight calen-I -
t > its intersection with the West-'! j lar months from the time of the t :OTICE TO API-CAR
day at the First Methodist Churchin rly right-of-way line of Hayes if':r-c publication of this notice. Each !. The Cirrult C.c l 01 Bradford
Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. \venue on the South. 1 claim: or demand shall be in w: tt- I Co a air. riorids, I. Cbunrrr .
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V 1 ', MAPLESTREET running! and Shirley Carter 1'Uintiffl.i.n
Sweetheart i.e shall tate the place of .
Nbllman will be host at a family from Pine Street on the North to';'evidence! and post office address of Carter. Defendant Case X< !i' v"5v
dinner party following the servicein of intersection with the South: .he claimant and shall be sworn toby I: hne of the North Quarter of I the claimant his agent, or attorney : Marvel Carter, who'e h'-
1 Jacksonville. Included in the Southeast Quarter of Section 32, : and any such claim or demand .dente and address is: "nknYou ,)\\ n
I .party will be Mr. and :Mrs. D. C. Township 6 South, Range 22 nqt so filed shall be void. are hereby notified that a HIll
, East (being the present Southern (S) Mkmie Rudd Loadholti U.Ims for Divorce
Mr. and Mrs. Tony Gonzalez Mrs. C. L. Scholl is lying to Dawkins Sr. of Jacksonville.Mr. boundary or City Limits of the As administrator of the Estateof .has been filed against you in th.>
and :Mrs. Bill Graham and j'Y of Fla. the James Everett above named Court and cause' ..-M
visited Mrs. Lena Gonzalez in Chester, Pa. on Saturday to attend 'South.ity Starke ) on deceased. Loadholti, Sr.. I"ou are required to serve a copy t'f

Tampa over the weekend. the Chester High School class reunion family attended the Gasparilla and 4. HICKORY STREET running ]First publication Feb. 19. 1955. 'I'your answer or pleading to the complaint

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hartfield of and to visit friends and relatives State Fair in Tampa Sunday to from Pine Street on the North to ::!/pis it 311Mvrirn Frank on the Land Plaintiffs Starke AttorneyT. FU

Batavia, N. Y. were Sunday guestsof for a few days. Wednesday. While in Tampa they of its line intersection of the! North with Quarter the South of r and file the original rum. in the i'ffi-

Rev. and Mrs. S. J. Grady. Arch Thomas Jr. and Charles S. were guests of Mr. and :Mrs W. P. tM5.1 t t14 Southeast Township Quarter 6 South.of Range Section: 32 22, It CGIsTElt: OF Ficn 1\TE'mots\T10%.UU TO of or the before Clerk the of the Circuit Court on

Partin attended the Lake Butler RandalL & East (being the present Southern Notice Is hereby given that theIlnderigueJ. 21 day of March 1955;
Monday night. Miss Joan Furlong was organistat boundary or City Limits of the 1 under the provisionsof otherwise the allegations ..faid
Legion meeting
Chapter 20.S5J Laws of Complaint will be taken
of Florida) the as fonfV.ied -
Starke on
of :Miss Jo fity
Mrs. the wedding Betty 1955 Acts of 1911 will
Mrs. Titus Olson, Henry South. register Io'lorida'j by you.
Godwin. Mrs. C. D. Williams, Mrs. Taylor to William A. Waas of Fer- Note: No portion of HATES I Clerk of the Court in and This notice shall be publishedonce
AVENUE running from County :ford County State of Florida upon each week for four consecutive
nandina Beach at the Central
A. F. Sauls, Mrs. W. L. Blair and Baptist \ e Graded Road on the West to Oak receipt of proof of publication of weeks in the Bradford County Tele
Church in Waycross, Ga. 1 1 this notice the fictitious name of graph.
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Miss Amy Coburn attended the I Street on the East is to be affected.
;- The Versatile Co. under which I am Dated this IS day ..f February.
Thursday evening, Also attending .
District W.S.C.S. all-day meeting Crownedu All interested parties engaged in business" at 314 N". Cherry 1955.
Wednesday at the First Methodist I the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. J. and be heard at the time may and appear placeabove : St. Starke. Fla. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
W. Furlong and Mr. and Mrs. J. specified.! That the parties interested in said Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Church in Ocala. Dated this February 15th, 1955. business are: Phil P. Vitsky. sole By Marlan'L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
I Mr. and Mrs. Crosby H. Dawkins R. Taylor.Mr. (S) James A. Lewis. owner, 311 NT. Cherry St. Starke. :, IS 4tiii:

;and family were dinner guests of 1 and Mrs. Franklin G. Lee of ,. Chairman City Councilit
Mr. and Mrs. ;.. 2iSLoans
Lake Mary and
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nollman in 'If"
Jacksonville Tuesday evening. George Lee of Leesburg were din- NOTICK TOFlorida numlTons Take Advantage Of This
M-Sgt and Mrs. J. D. Smith I. ner guests of Rev. and Mrs. S. J. Statute BigTRADE
last week. In The Court Of The County Judge,
and daughter, Judy Carol, are Grady one day Bradford County, .Florida
spending the weekend in Tampa at Mrs. Maxie Carter spent Monday In Probate.In .
and her mother rt>: Estate of James EverettLoadholtz
night Tuesday with -
the Fair. Sgt. Smith returned Sr., Deceased. 1955
home Sunday after seven months' Mrs. W. A. Starling, and aunt, i To All Creditor and Persons Having OFFER OF
Barbara Prevail member of the :
Mrs. Leon in Jackson- lovely Senior Class of BUS and Claims or Demandganl..t aid!
Pettigrew,
CHARLEY E. JOHNS & SON duty in Korea and at present he ,
daughter of )Ir. and Mrs. Claude Prevail of Starke, won the coveted i i Estates I
and his family are staying with You and each of you are hereby
about this questionWe mother Mrs. Laura ville.Mr.: and Mrs. Alex Denise have title of Sweetheart of 1955 at the annual Valentine Dance sponsored notified and required to present anyl'laims
Mrs. Smith's
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Tison. returned to their home in Cleve- by the Beta Club and held in the USO last Saturday night. fiss j I'I.' and demands which you, orESZ5Z5Z5Z52E2S2SZS2S2SS5H5252S25 c4I 13 .00 Trade-In Allowance

plan to make several bed- For Flowers, Gardens and Lawns land, Ohio after a ten-day visit Prevatt was the candidate of the Beta Club and was selected byI. ON ANY OLD BOX

Bloom! Gro- with Mr. and Mrs. Gus Lainas. popular vote. 11\9
rooms in our home available Hy-Gro, Magic I *
at Sistrunk's. : Other candidates! and their sponsoring organization were: Margaret ,
for tourists this season. If Tone, Vigoro Tuesday OX THIS II1S3 18 CU. FT.
the Mrs. Joe Wilson and Mrs. Ed- I Rose Duncan, Dramatics Club; Jean Mundy, Science Club; I
guests injured
are on -
premises
,
ward Burns are spending Thurs- treat in Avon Park. Bessie Dukes Club Eloise Dobbs School I
Elementary Library ; High
if
of their II
or some I Mrs. Pete Allred of Jacksonville -
should day to Monday in Miami as guestsof Library Club; Maxine Andrews, Future Homemakers of America; I
be stolen
property or
spent the weekend with her
Mr. and Mrs. IJowe MoredockJr. Shirley Jackson, future Farmers of America; Elissa Stefanelli, Spanish -
damaged could we be held )uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Vol- II PHILCOFREEZER
liable Club; Jane Richard, Future Band Leaders Association.
? Is there insurance to Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Wigginsand ley Starling
During the evening dancing was! enjoyed, and Suzi Broadway
t protect us? family and Mrs. Frank Fen- Mr. and Mrs. Bill Tilley and chil- entertained I
der of Lakeland were Sunday dren and :Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp I with two song and dance numbers. 1 I

guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Vin- were visiting Mr. and Mrs. S. E. I i'

Reyes and Mr. and Mrs. Richard I Mr. and :Mrs. T. J. Griffin returned j EASTERN STAR NOTICE I

Charley E. Johns ing.T.. H. Slade will spend next weekin Ray in Jacksonville Sunday. home last week after spending ,
I I The Order of the Eastern Star For CitizensOf
Tampa and Cocoa on business. Airman 2-c and :Mrs. Dolph Red-'[ the past six weeks with Dr. ]

Rev. R. D. Sommer will conducta dish of West Palm Beach were 'and Mrs. C. C. Mendoza in Jack- i will meet Monday night, Feb. 21, Starke And

week of revival meetings at the visiting their parents. Mr. and Mrs. sonville. |I II at 8:00: o'clock. I

& Son AgencyPhone Methodist church in High Springs D. W. Carpenter and Sheriff and Parakeets and Canaries. Pet I!-NOTlCn HKI,\TI\K. TO CIO I>O Trading Area I
Mrs. p. D. Reddish over the week Supplies at Sistrunk's. I PORTIONS OF VM SKD STREETS
next week. -
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: ,.Marion Finance Co. of Gainesville HOLDS 647 LBS.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nollman of end.Mr. Mrs. Gladys Canova of Gaines You will take notice that a public -
13 Starke, Fla.AAAAA4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. and Mrs. Don Ray Tilley hearing will be held by the City I offers the people of Starke their
Starke and son-in-law and daughter ville was visiting friends here last
Jacksonville the Council of the City of Starke. Florida j famous loan plans These plans are
and son of spent Was ... Trade-in Allowance
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Boyd of Sunday. She was accompanied by at its meeting room in the City $479.95 $140.00
with their mothers Mrs. 4 designed to help worthy working
weekend Mrs. Donie Moore and Mrs. Thelma Hall in Starke Florida on the 15th
Peggy Shaller and Mr. Shaller of day of March, A.D., 1955 at 7:30 I people of alll walks of life. The
Steele who spent the day with I o'clo'k P.M., on the petition of.
Starke and Mrs. Hattie Collins and Mrs J. B. Sapp. ,abutting property owners of the "GET ACQUAINTED" $25.00( or YOURS FOR ONLY $339.95
Mr. Collins of the State Farm. 'below streets which petition was 30.00: PAYDAY Loan or the more
Cyril Pickren of Ocala was visit- spread upon the minutes a meet- BUDGET Loan. This I
Richard Carter was in Tampa ]popular[
:Inlof said City Council held on
ing Mr. and Mrs. Seeber Goodmanon
over the weekend assisting Charles February 15th 1955, requesting that I consolidates the many bills yon Plus State Tax
Sunday. said Council close vacate and aban-
I now have into a ONE payment
Shepherd in putting up aerials for I don that portion of the unused ,
Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Carter Jr.
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the new TV station there. !platted streets hereinafter dl''l'ribI I I plan with One place to owe. This
were visiting Mr. and Mrs.Val!ed, and renounce and disclaim any to 50 i
I one plan may save you up Was $439.95
Mr. and Mrs. Tom McTasney of -
lace Faulk and family in Jacksonville right of the City: of Starke and the I I
cent of what
Detroit, Mich are guests of Mr. public in and to the land lying j II per you arc now
Sunday. within said portion of said streets: paying Why not call Marion : Trade-In
: {
Mrs. Lianas.
Gus II
and Maddrix aid portion of said platted streets
A Harvey Mrs. Mack Finance today at 5333 Gainesville ,
Bulbs, Bulbs, Bulbs. G1utolulOmaJ'lIis being described as follows:
Alister and Miss Marjorie Jonesof In E. W. HAYES SUB-DIVISION I J'I'JClU ns collect and let Allowance $140.00Yours
.\ Dahlias, Begonias, Callas -
Greenville, S. C. were Sunday in Sections 32. 3\ Township 6 Marion Finance solve those Money
Caladium at Sistrunk's. South Range 22 East according +:
of Mrs. A. F. Sauls.
guests to plat of in I Problems with one of those fast
same recorded Plat I
GREAT
jj 1 Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Adams of Mrs. H. L. Brownlee Mrs. E. Book 2,
J. Page 4S, Public Records helpful Loans Remember the
Jacksonville and Mrs. Myra Foy of Bradford County Florida
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Chasteen

''tb ; and I payment plan is! made to fit your / For Only
of Lake City were guests over the
son, J. Roy, visited Mrs. S. E. !i
iI
budget
P RESIDENT weekend of Dr. M. B. Ilerlong. Brownlee in Gainesville last Thurs- ll E 4 i3\. t iI I

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Herlong and.day.Mr. Wash Your Clothes George Ellis the friendly managerat I I -- 5229-95
Mrs. Carrie Adams.
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I and Mrs. Nate Dyal and son Marion Finance welcomes you :

i Mrs. E. S. Matthews who has spent the weekend in Tampa. They 9 Pounds to Inquire into the Loans offer by I I Plus State Tax

History accords George Washington a leading position -* pent the past two months with were accompanied by Mrs. Berry this Loan Company Remember > / t.
her son-in-law and daughter, Dr. Dyal, Sr. of Graham who !
spent For 40c! also that tills is another business I A
among the illustrious Presidents who have served I and :Mrs. II. B. :McLendon in Orlando the weekend with relatives in transactionhich is! confidential. )! z.

has returned home. She was Winter Haven. Its! just between the borrower and
FREE Bleach If Desired!
f America. Although a span of more than 155 years accompanied here by Mrs. Mc- Mr. and Mrs. Dave Paulk and tho Lender The cost is! smalL .

Lendon who will remain until daughter, Sylvia, went to Madi- For instance $50.00: for 30 days is II.
honor
i intervenes since his death, we pause again to : Saturday.Mr. son, Ga. over the weekend to visit only $1.75 Interest cost Other "
anJ: Mrs. J. E. Hardy and Dr. and Mrs. Paul
I Lindsey. plans are In proportion So
his family spent Sunday with :Mr. and Miss We Will 1 .
memory. Joyce Drew of New York for your next money needs! see
:Mrs. C. C. Deas and Mrs. O. W. City will arrive this weekend to Dry Your Clothes Marion Finance at Gainesville. .
(No business will be transacted by
Barry in Haines
City.
spend a week with her brother and
this bank on Washington's birthday). Mrs. Ben Hall Mrs. Jack Hall sister and their families, Mr. and For 20c Marion Finance

and Mrs. Sid Shuford were in Mrs. Donald McRae and Mr. and In New Automatic Driers! I

Jacksonville Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. James Drew. Company Inc. C. H. NA WORTHY
W. L. Thigpen, Sr. was admitted .
The Florida Bank at Starke brings you the latest United Mrs. Harold Hazelwood and chil- I

Press world news Station WDVH to Glendale Hospital, Pa- dren spent the weekend.in Gainesville 218 West University Ave
on
summary at noon latka, on Monday for observationand The %Washeteria
with Mr. and :Mrs. Leo Lem- 1
The Gainesville Gas Co.
each Over
Monday and Friday.FLORIDA. treatment. rcerman. 1 232 E. Call St. Phone 198-J

I Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stokes of For Flowers, Lawns and Gardens Temple Ave. Starke r I Ic i Phone 5333 Starke Fla.

ITallahassee were Sunday guestsof i : GroTont'IIGro.\ Magic ... ,.. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hardy. Bloom,.\ goro at Sistrunk's.! "- -., .__-. .. ..JI}o\' :;:t.'- ", .. I 12J! t.5252525 .Sd5 -m.Jc.Q.S2'

BANK t STARKE \ Mrs. Harry Mooty and daugher -..1 I Mrs. J. B. Sapp and Mrs. Guy j

., Geraldine, spent last Thurs Sale were in Jacksonville on business -
.,.a f day in Gainesville visiting theii Monday.Mrs. .

Member |cousins. :Mr. and Mrs. Milton St : W. T. Jackson and children
Florida
National Group Peter and Miss .
t Beryl Holland. spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs

I Mjr. Harry Hatcher, Jr., Lt. Col. Fred Leonhard in Keystone .
(IJ. A. Griffin and Capt. J. H. John Heights. o o a o

son are attending the State Maintenance Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Burnham and
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Nashville Tenn this week. last week with :Mrs. Pearl Burn-

I :Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mundy, Jr.l II j ham, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ritch and THE RE.OPENING

1 I spent the first of the week in|,.Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Judd.
Pahokee with relatives. Mrs. F. D. Key and Mrs. Brad u

< Locke were shopping in Jacksonville .

Dedicated To Community Service -"' ."' -- : Saturday.Mr. OF THEBROWN
"Movie Are Better Than Ever" and Mrs. R. O. Dansby

visited Mrs. Dansby's brother, R.

If you find your name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad IC J. Andrews, in the Jacksonville

cut ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKETSFri. THE ATS. Naval hospital Saturday and Sunday DERBYGAFF
STARKE FLA. .
j
., Sat. Feb. 18. 19 Sun., Mon and Tues. Mrs. Dan Priest and Clyde Priest

BIG DOUBLE FEATURE Feb. 20 spent Sunday in Williston visitingMr.
21. 22 Fri., Sat. Feb. 18, 19
: Priest's mother, Mrs Lula
WARPATH Killers From Space Priest, who was celebrating her

Starring O'Brien andANT dagger' / .85th birthday anniversary.
1t1 With Peter Graves and Barbara .
) I'lants Maple Leaf Begonias,

"BLACK 13" wwf Bestar Pansies at Sistrunk's.Mrs. I
Plus! St'rialtom Man %"s. Superman Laura Colley is undergoingan

Chap. Xo. 3 and Cartoon operation in the Alachua Gen- I

eral Hospital this weekend where

I Sunday, Monday, Tuesday she has been confined for the :past FRIDAY FEBRUARY 18TH I

February 20 21 22 ten days. Her daughter, Mr*. ,

DOUBLE FEATURE Sam Gillespie of Ion Meade is
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> GRAC8 'Vmm TOHMAKELIYCOKEYRIITER Susan Slept Here '
h ,hospital. FREE HAMBURGERS s
; I TECHNICOLOR: j Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Johns spent WE SERVE

""UYMONDI'JM +AMUMOM n< lIe weekend at Ormand Beach with
With Dick Powell and Debbie
Plus "Sudden Fried Chicken" Car- relatives. To The First .J

t toon, and Latest World News! Reynolds Mr. and Mrs. George R. Powellof

41'c eM -AND- Newton, N*. C. are visiting Mrs.J. S'' THE FINEST
M
a OSCAR WATERS The Untamed BreedIX H. Fields and Mr. and Mrs. 100 People Visiting; Us

C J. Powell ; !

Wed., Thurs., and Fri. CIXECO.LOR Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Blow and 3t !
On This Date
HOME
: Feb. 23. 21,25 I With Sonny; Tufts and Barbara children of Orlando spent t14 COOKED

t --- -- Britton weekend with Mr. and :Mrs. Willie ( i } !

DORISDAYJUSJIThJ1 Plus Color Cartoon for the chil- Green. \ 1:30 O'CLOCK
Mr. and :Mrs. L I
I dren. Paul Sutter and
FRAIDI Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Warner of /H I FOODS

Wed., Thur. Feb. 23. 24 Cairo, N. Y. were visitors Tuesdayof 'TILL 5 P.M. A i

Starring Peter Reynolds DOUBLE FEATURE last week of Mr. and Mrs. Luke Y I
Pins "Destination Feeney
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and Chapter Xo. 6 Serial tto<3 BSCS t lftS/IIh\'i.\PJ.nOlCi_ J Prisoner Of War Miss Voncille and Jack Clardycf '

I With Ronald Reagan and Steve Zephryhills spent the weekend : I
DINERS SANDWICHES
JI'lWR.mioR.W\ HOME COOKED J PIES REGULAR
Dear Patron: I [ :'. Forrest with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hunter. -

Beginning Sunday, Feb. 20th :: =;::';;U 1 -AND- 1 i Mr. and Mrs. Roger Ward and

you might be the holder of --.....;.... daughter were Marion, of Jacksonville SHORT ORDERS SPECIALIZING IN SEA FOODS r fdSTEAKS 1
Thunderbirds guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. G.
A FREE PASS to this TheaPlus "Fish Tales" Cartoon and
Denmark over the weekend. Mr. ,, .
tre by listeninu for the word Latest World Xews. With John Derek and John
Ward and Mr. Denmark and son,
"THANK YOU" Barrymore, Jr. Steve attended the stock car Ethel Crews and Evelyn Wise, Owners Jeff Chandler, Chef I

From any Employee Here EDMOND D. TENLY plus Color Cartoon for children races In Jacksonville Sunday afternoon -

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1y.v.v..yy..vgvvYVvv' International Child Evangelism gram chairman for the discussionof will hold a chapel and give awardsin I Mrs. Victor Appleby with her ,more paved: streets for Lawtey are weeks in the Pradford County Tel"-I, [1955.

Fellowship, Palisades, California, mission work in Cuba. Refresh- our school on Tuesday of this children and Mrs. Lesley Bradley now becoming a reality. Although 1,graph. I (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Covet

HAMPTONBy and is serving under this organi- months with pneumonia and week. with her husband and children, I work of preparing for hard sur- 1955.Dated this 9 day of Ftbruary,1 I'{{|By Marian Cl rk L. Crosby of thl, CircBit Deputy CJ.rk.MlflCB .
zation for her five-year term in served to 13 members and There 65 of and in :Marvin : I ]
guests. were our pupils were on Sunday. from facing has been going on for several (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles ]t. Darby
Brazil. Her mission address is Fifty-three dollars was collectedlast five of our teachers in religious Eglin Airbase near Pensacola the :1 weeks. It was indeed a pleasure Clerk of the Circuit Court i 1O .\r"I._\II
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Sirs. D. E. Hill By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk'I In Circuit C urt. Bradford Ce.. r.
Caixa 699, Recife, Pernambuco, week during the "Mothers'March" services last Sunday. from. Atlantic Beach
Applebys to see the rock actually being _______ %/11 4t 3/4 Florida In Chancery.
Brazil.R. for the March of Dimesin and the from Starke. :Ralph Traynham Plaintiff vs. Lorraine -
&&&&&&&&&&&&& &AAIlr. Our school has received nice Bradleys put down this week and it now NOTICE I
L. Birt of Gainesville visited Hampton. According to Mrs. J. letter from the Veterans' Hos- Mr. and Mrs. V. H. Thomas and looks as if "It won't be long." 'I la Circuit Court.TO Bradford APPEAR [ Traynham, Defendant.Cs 1'\0. 10- il
..and Mrs. J. W. Home, Mrs. W. Home, Hampton chairman of children of Jackson S. Florida In Chancery Co..CF.1 \ .
his nephew, E. K. Dirt and familyin pital at Lake City thanking us for C. were ttrr 'to Appear
Betty May and Melody visited Hill Sun-the Hampton Monday.Mrs. the drive this was well over the making Valentine favors and nut guests of Mr. and :Mrs. W. P. NOTICE TO APPEAR Mabel liam Franklin Franklin., Defendant.Plaintiff residence To: Lorraine and address Traynham.is: Unknown whose

M. W Morrows at Holly Jessie Chastain visited last amounts collected in recent years. cups for the disabled veterans. Green Friday and Saturday of last In Circuit Curt Bradford Count?, Case No. IOS50otf..e I You are hereby notified that a
\
"lorlda la To Appear.To .
She Chancery.Kvencie suit for
day.Ruth weekend in Sanford with her son expressed her appreciation for Mrs. Perkins gave the eighth week. Lee Simms Plaintiff, vs. : William Franklin, whose I I Divorcehas ,
Dyal is ill and confinedto and family, Mr. and Mrs. Carlton all those donating to the drive grade a Valentine party last Friday James Starling Miss Ola Mae|Arthur E. Simms, Defendant. residence and address Is: Newton : been filed against you In the
at the Farm Colonyin and to those Case No. 10-S66 North Carolina. I above named Court and cause and
the hospital who helped in theMothers'
Chastain, former Hampton resi afternoon. Orange chiffon Phillips, Danny Phillips and Mrs.O. .Votle* To Appear You are hereby notified that a : you are required to serve a copy of
Gainesville where she is employ dents. March. Workers with cake and soft drinks were served. J. Phillips were visiting the To: Arthur E. Simms. whose res- suit for your answer or pleading to the com-
Mrs. Home dence and address is: Unknown. Divorcehas plaint on the Plaintiffs
Miss Attorney
ed. Mrs. Bill Slade has been ill at were : Betty DUB for refreshments. Most of the Lesley Phillips in Gainesville Sun- You are hereby notified that a been filed against you in the E. K. Ferryman. Starke, Florida
Miss Betty Durling and Mrs. her home for the past week. ling, Mrs. Arnold Haddock, Mrs.D. other grades had their Valentine d tult for above named Court and cause and and file the original In the office
E. Hill ay.Harold Divorce you are required to serve a of of the Clerk of the Circuit Courton
Mrs. copy
in last C. L. Cooper and 1
Ethel Tidwell were Tampa :
The Wiley Williamsons have parties Monday afternoon.8th Pack left Saturday for aas been filed against you in the your answer or pleading to the complaint : or before the 7 day of March,
weekend visiting friends and attending moved back to Hampton from Mrs. Dick May. Grade Personalities Jacksonville from there h.e expected above named Court and cause and nn the Plaintiffs Attorney : 1955; otherwise the allegations
you are required to serve a copy of E. K. Perryman, Starke, Florida of said Complaint will be taken as
the State fair. Starke this week, and into their I Mrs. T. E. Simmons and her Charles Prevatt is the son of to go to San Antonio, Texas four answer or pleading: to the and file the original In the office: confessed by you.
Miss Norma Sweeney, daughterof new home. ,'sister, Mrs. T. Schultop left by Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Prevatt of for service in the Air Force. complaint on the Plaintiff' of the Clerk of the Circuit Court ODor i This notice shall be published
Attorney Joseph K. Skipper. Z21 before the 7 day of March. each week
1955; once for fou.r consecutive
Mrs. Mae Sweeney of Gaines- Mrs. George Williams and Mr. train Saturday for their home in Hampton. He was born in Gaines- Mr. Rhoden and Mr. Sellers of Florida Title Building, Jackson- otherwise the allegations of said I weeks In the Bradford County Tele
ville, left last week for Tennessee and Mrs. H. B. Wiggins visited Chase City, Va.,. after several ville and is now 14 years old. He White House ville S. Florida Complaint will be taken as confessed graph. 1
were Sunday guestsof and file the original In the office of by you. Dated this 1 day of February,
and then New Orleans, where she relatives and Pastor and Mrs. R. weeks visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. 0. has lived in Hampton all his life the H. C. Harley family. be Clerk ol the Circuit Court on This notice I esku b. published. 1tSS. .1
will embark this week for child C. Gray in Jaksonville last week. Simmons and Mr. and Mrs. K. B. and has spent his entire school or before the once each week for four wnsecntiv, (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. tfert>y I
Watterson in Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Harley and 14 day of March, 1955; weeks in the Bradford County Tele.srapb. Clerk of the Circuit t'..oart.I .
mission work in Brazil. The Swee- Pastor and Mrs. Merle Packhamwere Hampton.Mrs. life at this one place. Charles plansto children Elaine otherwise the allegations of sale By Marian L Crosby Deputy Clerk
neys are former Hampton resi- in Lake City Monday visiting Carl Rhoden expects to be an architect when he growsup Tommy and were Comclalnt will t-e taken as confess- Dated this 1 day of February 2/4 4t 12iALVAREZ' ,
business visitors to Jacksonville !Con by you
dents, and Miss Sweeney has done Asa McKethan of Graham in the enter St. Vincent's Hospital in, and likes to do all kind of Saturday. This notice shall ce published I --- -- -

extensive Vacation Bible School Veterans Hospital there. Mr. Mc- Jacksonville this week for a major i drawing. He is fond of baseball once each week for four consecutive
work and church work in this area Kethan suffered serious leg injuries operation. and sports but does not like to 'Twas quite a pleasant weekend I weeks graph. in the Bradford County Tele IIII STORE Established : i i

since graduating from William Saturday in a pulp-wood saw Pastor Merle Packham preachedfor study.rvvVvvvvyVvmvyyvnvrvvv. for Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Moore and | Dated this 5 day of February, I 1S94 "
1955. I i
Jennings Bryan college, Dayton, accident near Waldo. children, Gayle, Renee, Jimmy and
services Sunday at the Hampton OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darn
Tenn. She completed graduate G. P. Wadsworth has been very Baptist church for the first Charles, two weeks ago when they Clerk of the Circuit Cour;
By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
work in child evangelism with the ill at his home in Hampton for time after being ill nearly two spent from Friday to Sunday with I 2/11 4t 3/4

the past week. Mr. and Mrs. months with pneumonia and \ Moore's father, Rev. E. S. DRAPES -ea \
LAVTEYp AOTICIJ TO \PPE.RIn
oyer, and other relatives in Tam-
Thomas Wadsworth of Bunnell
its complications. C. R. Sanks of Circuit (Court Hradford ("ooot-.
P. D. spent the weekend with their par- 1 a. Another son, little MickeyMoore Florida In Chanoerf. ,
Q. Stetson
in Deland and
SLIP
University COVERSREOPllOLSTERIG
ents. Other guests at the Wads- I' by 1+ II. Futch ] chose this time for a visit;'j Shirley j Bertha Jennings, Plaintiff,
H. J. Bollinger of Starke have :vs. Sidney .William Jennings" Defen-
Proven Dependable Quick worth home and at the :MarshallUatchett's been supplying- church and tAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA with his sister, Mrs. Seeo Andrews dant.
l
and: her husband in Wild wood. Notice To Appear
Protein Vitamin Mineral during the week were !prayer services in his absence. "Mrs. C. A. McSwain and sons, J. W. I To: Sidney William Jennings
Burr
I Mr. and Mrs. Robert Day of Dade spent the weekend 'whose residence and address is: 109
Mrs. William Underwood of
Ronnie and Donnie, of Ft. PierceS with his 'I Wymore Road. Winter
SupplementsFOR City; Mr. and Mrs. Ben Cumbieof II parents in Mt. Dora. I Park Flori
Hampton Lake is at the NA
were visiting in Lawtey during than e Mrs. W. H. Edwards of Jackson-.Ida o BEAUTIFUL FABRICS
and Mrs. I You
Mr. and
Plant City, hospital in Jacksonville for are hereby notified that a
ALL LIVESTOCKThe Joe Day of Plant City. weekend. ville and her sister, Mrs. C. Y. .[suit forDivorce 0 ELEGANT STYLING -
operation this week. Mrs. A. H. Sr. returnedto and restoration of maiden
Harley | e
Mayo of PERFECT
Mrs. Frank Williams was hon- Tampa spent Friday of I name TAILORING
Anne Packham
I celebrated her
ored with stork shower follow- her home here on Saturday last week in Lawtey with their I has been filed againt you in the
Farmers a seventh birthday Thursday afternoon after stay of two weeks with her above named Court and cause and Call
Supply the of the a father, J. H. Moore, in commemoration Peg at 239 for Advice and
ing regular meeting Feb. 10, with 30 guests at a :you are required to serve a copy of
Mrs.
daughter, Nelson Blocker
of his 87th birthday anniver- your answer or pleading to the
Miss com
WMU at the home of
10th Baptist
and Sts. A Free Estimate
Cherry at the
party Packham home. Games and family in Jacksonville.Mrs. Mrs. plaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney
Phone 31-W Betty Durling Thursday evening, Joyce Futch and sons, Fred Butler, 1309 Barnett Bank
Starke, Fla. were played and refreshments
I Mae Wells and Miss Enza I
Feb. 1.0. Miss Durling was pro- Terry and Ralph, and Miss Eliza Building, Jacksonville 2, Florida
served on the lawn. Blanchard spent Sunday with Mrs. beth and file the original in the office of
Terry in
were Ft.
White
l CHAS.
-- the Clerk of the Circuit Court C. SHEPHERDTV
", < .: > _r > .:,'-. -: :_ : :'.- : ;- ',- _.' : : __. School News J. J. McLeod of Melrose and whilethere Sunday attending funeral services before the on or
Our school was honored last I' enjoyed a birthday dinner for an uncle, Jim Crosier. 14 day of March, 1955;
week by a visit from three of our honoring Mrs. Wells and Mrs. Mc- otherwise the allegations of said Radio Seat Covers Upholsterin
Mrs.
Nellie
The Oldest TV Dealer In Mae Dryden and Complaint will be taken as con-
former pupils who are now in the Leod.Mr. Mrs. Lillian Rhodes of Jacksonville fessed by you. Starke, Fla. I
Air They are Bobby Coch- This notice shall be publishedonce
Bradford Corps. and Mrs. B. W. Arpin of were visiting Mrs. Dryden'sparents each week for four consecutiveALL
County I
rane and J. W. Taylor of Theressa Jacksonville were Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs. Perry Davis,

SERVICING ANY MAKE RADIO OR TV and Rothelle Jones of Hampton.Mrs. of Mr. and Mrs. Troy Bennett. Sunday. Other guests of Mr. and J_ '_ :" __ '_ ,: ___'._ ':: __ -:..:...:.:- = _= _:L_:=_ :::., ,), I
Perkins invited them as our I A. C. Pearce, W. F. Moore and Mrs. Davis during thhe weekend l'f rCS OF

dinner guest on Wednesday of last C: R. Shuford were in Jacksonville included Rev. and Mrs. Joe Rol-

_-- FOR week and they spent some time Sunday to visit A. M. Lewis, a (lerson of Jacksonville and Elbert PEST CONTROL FACTORY FACTORY I

.-, visiting with the teachers and former resident of Lawtey. Mr. Glover and son of Green Cove.

their former school mates. Lewis has for some time been con- :Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fitzpatrickand TERMITESHousehold APPROVED ENGINEERED

Miss Belle and Miss Thompson I|fined to hospital because of seri- daughter of Jacksonville werecalling' -9
GUARANTEEDDEPENDABLE of the Children's Bible Mission ous illness but is now Commercial '
'I11 recuperating in Lawtey Thursday of last SERVICE PARTS
nicely at the home of his mother. week. GROVE SPRAYINGCall

Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kelley werein Mr. and Mrs. Howard Miner and for estimate

FILL DIRTGOOD Gainesville Sunday afternoon to|son, Buff, of Jacksonville were Florida Pest Control I (Washing, Painting, Repairing, Reconditioning

u- AND visit Mrs. Laura Colley, a pa- Sunday dinner guests of his mother -
RICH tient in the Alachua General Hos- Mrs. Effie Miner. & Chemical Co. ; Wrecker Service

QUICK pital. :Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Thomas have 2220 N.W. 6th St. I'h. G033

TOP SOILSee I I The past weekend was quite I]'moved from Lawtey to one of the Gainesville, Fla. I BRAKE TIRES IGNITION

SERVICERCA a pleasant one for Mr. and Mrs. J. .new cottages near the Oscar Carter I I
!E. Warren Mr. TESTING AND STARTER
and Mrs. MarvinWarren store.' I
Victor 17-Inch I BRAKE
arrived on Friday night And after such a long time *of TUBES GENERATOR

Victor Trent TV.lowest Cabinet priced 30 RCA% PHONE BILL JACKSONJackson for the weekend, and his sister,, working, watching, and waiting, MONUMENTSLOWEST I I FENDER LINING SALES BATTERIES

smaller than prior models. Transfer Company AND ALL ELECTRICAL
--.. -.T" REPAIRS
'' -
Ebony finish. Matching ;ior.: ii' .v.1'.1;: : = -. PRICES I
'"Roll Around" stand Phone 165 --i 4't':. t BODY WORK SERVICE SERVICE
on '.... f' I'
FINEST
j QUALITYINo
available extra. ,

Modes l l ssso. 2 9 I a (d i A t I Extra ChargeFor Complete Lubrication Service

ct
\ "v I Setting In Or Near I

$159.95 RELIEF AT LAST + '" -'J t' '......., STARKEATLANTIC DODGE JOB-RATED TRUCKS

ForVcurCOUGH .L">, Reconditioned Used Cars and Trucks

FREE ESTIMATESWE '!. '
: We Can Arrange Financing On Major Repairs
If a common cold left you with a I
.
.. J : I
j#
cough that has hung on for days and \ ,< ( '":

GUARANTEE YOUR PICTURE $9.95 days lay. Chronic act quick.bronchitis It is dangerous to de. < ., .. : HARDY BROTHERS MOTOR CO. il
develop.
TUBE FOR may ..1'" Geo. T. Hugjjins
ONE FULL YEAR By
Get a large bottle of Creomulsion and r A.J -------- ,
take directed. Creomulsion soothes 11' ,ho. County Agent .
as -,
.
raw throat and chest membranes,goes 'l\t r. _:I Agricultural Extension ServiceIt MEMORIALS. ; 600 Temple Are. / Phone 69

CHAS. C. SHEPHERDRADIO into the bronchial system to help loosen ESTABLISHED 1930 I I71S ,,
and expel germy phlegm; mildly re Farm Bureau Will Sponsor is possible to kill blue mold" YOUR DODGE PLYMOUTH DEALER
laxes systemic tension and aids nature Cora Contest after it attacks the plants but a FOREST ST. i I

fight the ca.se of irritation. Use The County Farm Bureau voted cover to make the bed airtight is JACKJONVIIU, FLORIDA ._ ,A-_ ,.. __ -,," "-.. -- ,- -- '.
-
TV SEAT COVERS Creomulsion last. Creomulsion and get is wonderful guaranteed reliefat to recently to encourage! rural youth necessary. Blue mold works fast I ..!#" _"-.f."! "'" _"'-_-----i__ :;;_ __, _.:.. 1i'! : -- ___ __ :-'_ -_/

Phone 239 Starke, Fla. please you or druggist refunds money.CREOr.1UCSION. and adult farmers to produce more Time taken in making preparationafter I
bushels of corn per acre in 1955. an attack is usually too late. I'

',- ', .- : ,,: : ". :_;- ,:." .;-:" ,_.:":':._:: ., :' :<_r' ::: ';;"; President J. R. Kelly appointeda Transplanting Evergreens
r I relieves Coughs Chest Colds Acute Eronchitis committee to meet with us and Plants that do not shed their 11tfJ

prepare a contest plan to present)]leaves during the winter are these

at the next meeting, March 14. we class as evergreens. When :you

In the meantime, 4-H boys, FFA are moving them to a different I i J

boys and adults interested in this spot or planting new ones, there i Wor1JG'i'eaef4! }

-rr:11.l- ,.t I are urged to let any of the is that old question of removing a 1 I I:
r
1 mittee know. The principal com-I portion of the leaves. I|

1K il J eJluiJtt will be to make the most bushels Usually if the plant is dug )

1K-UI per acre. The first step could well with a ball of earth around tharoots ;"

be selecting good seed. it is not necessary to cut
{ Baby Chick Time Is Near back its foliage after planting. If

Don't shop around for bargains it is taken up bare-rooted and much Wife gaeriiv

BENDIX fully( WASHER when planning your purchase of i of its root system is lost in digging, i

chicks. The best chicks are always it is necessary to remove about I

automaticNOMORE the cheapest in the long run, half of the foliage. |

even if they cost more to begin! | Keep Lice Off Laying liens

with. You don't know that hens are ,- M ft.
i ', ., I
1 Top quality chicks should havelow free from lice and nytes unless you

I I death rate, make good use of|pick up several and make an ex

\ 1 f{ ; ; yutqoi&kw1 feed, show rapid growth, feather amination. Lice are blood-sucking

h quickly and completely and have|parasites. They cost you in poor
I .... uniform size. If you are buyingchicks quality birds and lower egg produc-

for a laying flock, you will tion.

$IA95 ; want them to be capable of highegg I Sodium' flouride applied directlyto

production. the bird or Black Leaf 40,
f ro Poultry Out Sweet Potato which is nicotine, applied to the

Plant Bed? I roost just before the birds go to

Keep down weevil damage is roost is effective. When the birds

f ffllJ. : our slogan in growing sweet pot I go to roost the nicotine gives off

fL toes. Prevention begins In the a toxic fume that kills the lice.
..
-
", t" $ seed bed. I understand that the If the birds are confined to a
WASHDAY DRUDGERY! ,
< ,
'RQ yo1 i y. a''e+ ; h sweet potato weevil cost Louisianaa yard and house a box about 3 feet
_THIS BENDIX AGITATOR WASHER N t ti 2 1-2 million dollar loss last year.Sweet square and 8 inches deep filled

DOES THE WHOLE WASHING I potato weevil is found in with a mixture of fine sand and
many places in Florida each year.First sodium fluoride is effective. This I Jy

JOB BY ITSELF-AND IT'S YOURS %\ i"fr' :'- ; step is to put certified ,serves as a dusting box. The birds

-.' ': a K potatoes into the plant bed. An will (learn to use the box to free
-
For Only $2.35 j "1" ,. I insecticide called dieldrin seems themselves of parasites that are :

"' |Ito give better control than anything bothering them. A half pound of O
AYatlalli ON CASltl7. Too
[ .I.nr.6yY uM adLM.rril.nd.munl.r. else in weevil control. Keeping Sodium Fluoride is sufficient to

J fooku1lQF{ n .. weevils out of seed bed and make this mixture. Regular dusting -

1S, .< a then applying a two per cent dust sulphur is very good if at
4 to the row when setting plantshas least a pound is mixed into the

I- Exclusive Bendix Flexible Metexaloy ,'b given! good control A secondand sand in the box.


b Exclusive Bendix Floataway-Flcsbaway grow is better protection. This winter season is hard
All! m FOR MR A lOW WMI !
draining. Dirty wasbwater can never drain Blue Mold in Tobacco Beds enough on cattle without having

through clean doilieseDi ttfoamt& w hag BENDIX gop gel fa Many plant beds are ready for I an infestation of lice add to their ,A Mem Electric Laundry

I Two deed agitator doses i-e K applications of material to prevent discomfort. Lice are irritating to '

ALLthesudsannd soilsoiL BV BIGGEST TR DE-III AUOWANCJ! blue-mold attacks. Blue m old'the> animal and most of their -Banishes drudgery! With the- automatic clothes
treatment is for prevention rather II nourishment is blood from the an washday
.' Vibradoa-tree, no bolting down. .
/ than cure. imal. Sometimes you will notice washer,automatic clothes dryer and modem ironer..Reddy

SEE IT DEMONSTRATED TODAY! The two basic materials in use dark blue patches on areas develop can't afford to be without
Saver
I.... are ferbam and zineb. You may on the skin folds of the head, neck, '. Kilowatt Is 'Wife you
SIMM MM&HUICICo-..c.,.CWoooI U.0. .
ti get a commercial product by withers, or inner surfaces of the Day or night, rain or shine..you can do your launderingat
another name but it will contain legs of cattle, The animals should
We Service What We Sell one of these materials. If it does be closely examined for lice. Such. your own convenience..and operating cost is only

not don't use it. patches, which are sometimes as: pennies per person. SEE YOUR DEALEK..TODAY.

Each material can be used as a large as a 50-cent piece, are com-

WINKLER ELECTRIC dust or spray. Mixing directionsare non signs of lice infestation.DDT 'l etr6
SERVICE on the package. It does not 4 _,
will kill lice by using a DDT andBHC
help to make it stronger. LIGHT COMPANY
1 POWER &
tan FLORIDA
mixture.
224 TEMPLE AVE essential step is to keep it You will control !
STARKE, FLA. PHONE 166 the plants. Two times each week ticks and other external parasite
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. 8TAR&K. FLORIDA P\r.F SFVE*

'l.<'...'nivVTRRUAUY.....u. ____ __ 18.n, 1955 ----. -- -
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yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyYVTYYVVVYYVYV I 'vyyvvyvvvyvvvyyyyyyyyyyBROOKER number we have ever known at Clerk of tile Circuit Court cea::ed.: that I ha\e fileil my Pe
3y Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk tion f.'r distribution and f r. > Long Branch, but 34 of these had
and that on the 7 day V
2/11 4t 3/4 charge
NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED studied their lesson so the record March. A.D. 1955. I will ai-'l;
!( the Honorable Theron :\ \ *
CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYBy i was good in that way. |i ii IB r The County Judge Court I.8d I I'('.unty Judge of Brador.iFlorida "' nt"
i Last week our cottage prayer For Bradford County: Florida.In for approval of sad i f 1111
By Polly Walt Jr. meetings were held Tuesday at the I'robatr. Return and for an Order i' p"\
j I
Ozora Johnson, Editor IN RE: The Estate of II L. Brown- button and for Final Di-, ha-fe '.
home of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis at 1 1 1Maxville lee' Deceased.OTICK I i\e<-ntnx of the Will of H
4AAA A. [
AALAAAALAAAAALAALAAAAAALAAAAAAAAAAAAALAAAAAAAAAMany &a A&LLAAAAAAAAVA1 and on Friday at the :> OK FILING PETITION" Brownlee deceased.

, CHURCH :NEWS I The 8th and 9th grades of the home of Harry Padgett. This week FOR FINAL imCHtKGt 01lar.C"TlUX -' Hated this the S day of Febrti
Thanks A P.. li!>55s
Principal S. C. Price of Thurs- Antioch Baptist church Rev. A. Brooker i Junior High School and [we went to Preston Padgett's on 11 filed Xotice is hereby given! that I have ( ) Madge BrownSee Chast!cnExecutrii
Final
Methodist Church my .
Presbyterian ChurchFriday ton Elementary School Lincoln ,Jenkins astor, ";ill hold regularservices la I few guests spent Saturday in Tuesday, the church on Thursday, ': the Estate of returns H. L. Brownlee as Executrixof de- I 11.l CARE
'I Tampa W. T. Coram, and still undecided at the time
Feb. 20 starting at the fair. are
Church School 9:45 City wishes to thank the many Sunday, ,
Junior Choir practice Sunday of the drove the this is written where to Friday.
friends and relatives for the many with Sunday School at 9:30. All I!|one chaperones go :

3:30 pjn. I i. m. Morning Worship 11 a. m. "get well" cards, beautiful flowers members and friends are asked to I I bus. Other chaperones were Mrs.I I Sund y we attended the monthly YOU SHORT ON CASH?
Fred P. Noble as speaker. I
vKh
Saturday u Adult choir practice 1 inspirational J. W. Kelly and Miss Rudder of sing at the mission near Columbus
donations her recent attend. Rev. Jenkins reports -
and
during
]Recreation Time 5:30 p. m. Fellowship Gainesville.The Ave. in Jacksonville. Especially BUY A
3 pjn.Sunday services at Gainesvillefor
illness. She is asking the Lord to
Morning I: Supper for Intermediates enjoyed the numbers by Rev. Taggart's SIX MONTHS
V School 9:45 a.m. protect, direct and guide your Sunday, Feb. 13. He is the Woman's Missionary Society AUTO POLICYCUT
6:15 Worship
and Seniors m.
:
p. Swamp Land Quartette. The
Worship. "Christianity and the p.I daily lives and shower you with proud father of seven children that met last week at the home of
Service for MYF Groups, 6:45
next sing will be held ,
Sunday
World" 6 p.m. Youth Fellowship I many blessings as you journey he is training in the way they Mrs. L. L. Parker with Mrs. JamesW. YOUR PREMIUM I 1HALF
1 in. Evening Service 7:30: p. m.,with March 13, at 2:30 p.m. at White-
Ger1
7:30 p.m.. Robert Humphries. through life.Coronation should go, so that when they are Thomas, president, presiding.The ALSO RECEIVE A DIVIDEND
r. H. Slade as speaker. house.
ry Gibson and Leslie Humphries I old they will not depart from it. next business meeting will
In New Cafetoriwn
Monday Methodist Men will J Elgin Lang moved into her new
V hosts. Evening Worship "The Pastor Jenkins is ably supported'''(be held at the home of Miss Iva
meet in the Recreation Hall for a Monday night,. Feb. 14, was the store Monday.
Tenderness of the Savior's Love, by his wife, Alma Royal Jenkins, Mae Lewis on Tuesday, March 1, CONNER
tinner and program meeting, 7:30p. crowning moment for Miss R. J. E'I We were disappointed to have I INSURANCE AGENCY
7:30: p.m.Monday. Hall her attend- who among other things is an out- at 7:30: p. m. All ladies are cordially -
Lee
m. High Ruby only five present at the PTA meeting :j
"Find Life with God ants and Miss R. J. E. standing soloist. invited to attend. 129 W. Call St.
Tuesday WSCS Prayer Group, Elementary last week. Plans were made Phone 285
through Study of His Word," Dr. 9:30 a. m.Wednesday. Mary Helen White. There was a New Bethel Baptist Church, The Baptist are enjoying cot- for the annual Founder's Day pro- \

J. A. Fowle, Chattanooga, Tenn., Children's Bible gay array of procession and pageantry aev. A. Vinson, pastor, will hold tage prayer meeting each week.It gram, and we hope that attendance ..

guest preacher, 7:15: a.m. tory Hour, 3:30 p. m. Bible study culminating with a program regular services with Sunday will continue through Feb. 17. will be back to normal at the next

Tuesday The Women of the anj Prayer, 7:30 p. m. for the court. The songs School at 9:30. Deacon Little is They are planning for a large revival meeting. March 8.

Church, review of "Under Three Thursday -' Youth Choir Rehearsal and dances included tap routines, asking all of his members to come which begins Feb. 20 with MOVKNG
F. out and continue to be the banner I Rev. C. T. Smith. Hawthorne '.. il
E. and
Flags" by Dr. Montgomeryof 6:30 pjn. Chancel Choir mambo, solos, trio quartette .9Y'9'99999999VT99999'HIGHLAND

Lake City, 8 p.m. tehearsal. 7:30 p. m. selections. The coronation was directed lass. Assistant superintendentRoyal evangelist, conducting the services. -

Wednesday Prayer meeting Friday V World Day of Prayer by the high school and elementary will be at his post and invites Mrs. George Pinder and daughter LOCAL S Safe PHONE

while the music all members and friends to Kathy. and Mrs. Madeline
7:30: p.m. will be observed at 10 a. m. sponsors : OR Dependable
was furnished by E. E. Minott be present.Mt. Hodge and daughter Paulette of LONGDISTANCE I
Thursday Junior Choir prac- :Mr.. Norman&AAAhALAA.ALLAAAAAAAAAAAAL 311
fly I-acy S
Moriah
Methodist
',vvTyvyvvvyvvIBAYLESS music specialist. for the schools. Church, Clearwater visited the Junior Big. EconomicalR.
Men the
tice 7:30 p.m. The of Rev. D. W. Demps, pastor, will hams last
V The new edifice, although not Friday night.
Church 7 p.m. mm\ worship at Pleasant Grove on Sun, S B. Alvarez OR
settingfor
complete offered a lovely Sunday dinner guests of the
day. Lay leader Leona Royal is I i Mr. and Mrs. Burton Curuthersof Agents For TRANSFER AND
the occasion. Principal Thomp- Bighams were Mr. and Mrs. Barney I 250-J
At The TabernacleWeekend by Mrs., O. 14'. (:ru""y kins assured the capacity audience urging cooperation and participation : Ace of Tampa and Mrs. Reed Jacksonville were Sunday I Dtlcher Bros. I STORAIECO.STORAGE.

aaaaaaaa. .As.aaSsS______AgasAnsass.__________ I that before many weeks the entire in_n _services__ .n__ _all__ dav__, _at_ Pptctnt_ '!___'W Mattair and daughter Rita of 'guests of the Marr family. .
services at the Taber- I Grove. ]I I Mrs. E. C. Harvey and Frances
nacle witha The revival closed Saturday plant would be cqmplete and readyfor Gainesville. j I Eunice attended a WMU
began Friday night tribute Greater Allen Chapel, A. M. E. meeting
M. L. night after a very successful week I J occupancy. A glowing |i.Mrs.. A. H. Hall. Mrs. Raymond; at Whitehouse
message on Faith by Rev. win- Church, Rev. John Groover, pas- i. Tuesday.
with Rev. Cutshaw conducting the was paid to Frances Pierce, r Crews and Mrs. Hollis Sorrells of I
Brackman of Trinity Bible Church. Miss R. J. E. and tor, held a successful quarterly I Little Margaret Ann Austin, I
Lake Butler meetings. Many people were sick ning sponsor by classmatesthat conference with Presiding Elder Jacksonville visited Mrs. L. L. I''Marcie' Hardee Bethann Harvey i'erryman Bldg. S. Court St. Starke Florida
and could not attend th" 'service the many friends and Dyal Sunday. Frances Norman. and Mr. Convers
Saturday night the young men The Pierce in charge on Sunday, Feb. -
of the church prepared and con- 'but those who did attend receiveda made her victory possible. 13. The Founder's Day Rally wasa I Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Gano visited j are on the sick list this week.
culminated as Miss R.
ducted an inspirational Youth blessing.The ceremony bit disappointing but the pastor Mrs. O. R. Gano, who is ill at her Evelyn Norman of Jacksonville I
II
Meeting with special music. V WMU and Broherhood of J. E. presented a new the basketballto team and i-an make a fair report. Sundaythe I I home on Swan Lake. spent the weekend with her parents II II I

Sunday morning the pulpit was the church held their monthly the captain of the Stewards will have charge with :Mr. and Mrs. E. Richard Beck the Leonard Normans. I

occupied by Rev. James Taylo'r. meeting Thursday night at 7:30. challenged him the to tournament bring back the Superintendent Homer Williams Inchare I of Minneapolis, Minn visited the .'' Highland Baptist Church Sunday I

with Mrs. Taylor at the piano. Among those on the sick list victory from of Sunday Schools at 10 a. George Goodharts recently..YY999Y'.9'YY99 School 9:45 a.m. Worship II I
this month in St. Augustine.
Both are missionary appointees to last week were Wanda Crews and ,last of !! n. Plan now to attend the Sunday services 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer

Morocco, French West Africa, and baby, Mary Alyce Crosby, Oscar ,I We Can Learn About Learning i''School of your choice and learn 'YY'99'. [Meeting each Wednesday 7 p.m.
I m
graduates of Southeastern Bible Crosby, and lots of others. In Bradford County I!| about "The Church and Its Sacra Teachers meeting each Wednesday 1 BUDS
School. Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Crosby But what of further education? I ments." LONG BRANCII 6:30: p.m. E. C. Harvey, pastor.J. THE SPRING WHEN W
Our can be offered regu- A. Eunice
parents superintendant Sun-
Sunday night brought a musical visited their daughter in Jacksonville SPOUTS i HIDING
FROM
in education COME OUT
lar courses parent ,day School.
last week. Both she and her The
R. J. E.
and
treat when Miss Moss, a visitor Tigers Tiger- I
from the finest of educators and hy :Mrn. J U "'Ir idlla III'
from Park-of-the-Palms, played baby were sick. that understand ettes are closing the season witha i| :\OTlCn TO .'..I'PIAitIn IS JUST THE TIME
piano selections and her father,' Mr. and Mrs. Otis Crawford and resource people winning streak. Can this mean and Jimmy I-Jiiig 1'lrrull ('ourI. llradfnnl uviitr

Rev. Moss. gave an interestingtalks children: of Jacksonville visited many of the problems can confrontingthe explain that we will sack up the tourna- 4. .44 4A.I I,Robert Florida W. In Welch Chanctrr-, Plaintiff.. Ida FOR HOUSE RE-S1DINGA3
child today. They
on "Seven Lost Things" men-' Mrs. Crawford's parents, Mr. and ment and win the trophy? Hats Lee Welch. Defendant.Case. '
why "readin, writin' and 'rithmetic" We were sorry to learn of the No. 10-S72
Mrs. C. C. I
Crosby Sunday.Mr. off to coaches Shell and
Butler
tioned in the Gospel of Luke. differently to- illness of the William Nolle To Apprar
are taught Padgett baby
and Mrs. Fred Haislop and for another twin Monday To: Ida Lee Welch whose resi-
"Granny": Smith also several victory on
sang children attended the State Fairin day. They can learn from panel I who had to undergo an operationlast I dence and address is: Unknown.
Feb. 14.
Archer
songs of praise. "Granny's" frjends: discussions manned by principals ,, Training week because of a stomach You are hereby notified that a

here were sorry to say goodbye to Tampa last Saturday.Congratulations and teachers what the philosophyof school lost to these lads and las- condition. suit Divorcebaa for TI\ADEM""KIo.... S

her for the time being as she left to Charles and education in our schools is to- sies of fury. The boys had an easy We were glad to V have Clara been: filed against you In th<, C LOCAL
Ethel Newman of Gainesville, victory of 42 to 24 while the above named Court and
Wednesday by bus for her home in girls Boone cause amV'uU
V can learn what our back with us in Sunday .. ,
day. They are required to s rv co|>> >
Canada. formerly Bayless Hlway folks. education and special sub- eked out with a margin of one School she saw the first snow i..iir anmt-r or n.' sd'pp' t .. ..!.

This Sunday morning representative -j Hear that they recently purchaseda physical are trying to do to point to win, 3231. What a per- .In her life the next day after she plaint on the Plaintiff Attorne;
ject personnel T. Frank .
Landrum Starke. Kla.
V of the Christian Business lovely new home and furnitureand formance! Sparked by the coro-arrived
personalities crea- in Tallahassee. Says it And file the original In the office o::
healthy
build
I Men's Committee in session at have moved in. abilities. We are going to nation, it was a bitter battle from, was pretty, but too cold to suit 'h.- "lerk of ii (VlruI* .. _
tive or before the It of March
day
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Crosby and start to finish.PINE.
will
Park-of-the-Palms. the
bring
introduction to our 1955; otherwise the allegations o:
for your her.It
message at the 11 o'clock hour. daughter Mary Alyce were recent plan school :! Did know 'T..9'99.99999.9999999Y seems that most of our Sunday \ aid Complaint will be taken a JJff18UILDER 8uPPuJ! 4I
Business visitors to Jacksonville. new program you confessed by you.
that you may visit any classroom School students went South l This notice shall be publishe*
Birthday Suppers ? You should have at or somewhere last Sunday. The'. ince each week for foul consecutiv
Oscar and Teresa Crosby cele- anytime LEVELby .veeks in the Bradford County Tele
lat week before we had 91 in Sunda)P
year-with raph.
two conferences a <
LOT SALENew brated their birthdays last week I child's teacher, at which School, but last Sunday there were i Dated this 9 day of February'. ,

with a joint covered dish supperat your time should discuss the whole Mrs. II. M. MrKarAAAAAAAAAAAiAAAiAAllllAA. only 38 present. This is the lowesl. 1955.vt141. RAI.i. han.. A Oarl!>
Oscar's home. About 40 guests;I you
Blanding Rd. nicture of the child's work and I
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enjoyed the affair with the hon- --------- aaaaa
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abilities. Join our Adult Education
orees in spite of the fact that it Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Hall V.i
for returned -
SEE PAGE 8 Classes. Watch this column ."...':"'.'..".-
was freezing weather. We wish home last week after a visit (6. ",v
.
the date.P. 4.,
them more happy birthdays. With Mrs. Hall's sister, Mrs. Nora
T. A. and Hobby Club ChitChatThe \ .,:' 10
Smith in
Atlanta Ga- '
t\ Hobby Club of R. J. E. \ <
J. W. McRae visited relatives 7i
'
school will meet Thurs., Feb. 24, (
and friends in Plant City last
at 8 p. m. according to President
week.

41 FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHSTARKE Marion come Dell.out and All persons bring the are articlesyou askedto Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hughey of

Gainesville spent Saturday night
FLA. are making. Cooperation gets and Sunday with the B. M. Me
results. President Dell is asking
Raes.
_
u your help in this activity for Birthday Celebration V Vt HERE'S ALL YOU DO: Complete the following -

REV. LEWIS D. HAINES. Pastor planning and assisting in school],i About 30 guests met at the 'S \ in 25 words or MoRE: "I NEED AND WANT TO

Jefferson! and Court Streets In The Heart of Town beautification. School has I I home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Thorn- 'S V ;.V ':' V OWN A NEW MONARCH 149 VACUUM CLEANER

Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 regular Lawtey Hobby Training Club meetings on I i son last Sunday to celebrate the \ k; : _ _ _
i birthday anniversary of Truby

-- --- - -_.- --- Thursday of each week. All members -i'Green and two granddaughters: I S V VV ::: ._ _ _ _ _

Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 8:00 P.M. are making beautiful articles.I Carolyn Louise McAlister and
The cypress knee lamps are a I Connie I
Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:45 P.M. Dianne Thornton.
feature by the men. In all of the
Those
present to enjoy this occasion -

Midweek Service Wednesday, 8:00: P.M. I meetings refreshments and music i I were Mr. and Mrs. Truby, ttjIthe

have been a feature. Principal :(Green and daughter, Louise, and I

Hear the Sunday Morning: Service over WDVII at Anderson reported this activity to I Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Rhoden, all of Mail your entry, together with '

11 a.m. Regular Broadcast Every 1, 3, and 5 Sunday. Minnie Hall Fields, State Super- I Raiford; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mc- I coupon below, to this store.

visor of Elementary Education and ,Alister and family of Lochloosa; I ,

Z' 'i( i : she felt this was .a great sequel to j Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Green and '

the P. T. A. i family of Raiford; Mr. and Mrs. ; 1 ;

:-,-- -. :: ..: ::-;. -:,--- -':" ':_;:.;:.;"-, '::;.......: -.- .,_ ::--.: .;: -... ..':. Oolta Sigma Zeta i JV. E. Thornton and the H. 1\1.1 ;

To Meet In Starke I McRaes of Starke. and Pvt. Glee I

The Delta Sigma Zeta Chapter Thornton of Ft. Jackson, S. C.

of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority will be It was a nice
First Baptist Church Hampton very get-together,
entertained by Soror Maurice |I and a beautiful dinner was served _
White of Starke and a member of
I Ito all relatives and friends.UFUPPOPN. --
Merle L. Packham, Pastor Gamma Alpha Chapter of Talla- /, 5'I This nationally advertised MONARCH "149" is the world's finest vacuum

hassee. Members will come from '. : V V : cleaner. Your hands never touch dirt. for the touch of a button releases
'::
I Gainesville. Alachua and High i ; ,..:.r. .%- ::'::;.,; : r the MONARCH "149" toss-away hog It's the work of a moment to replace.
S.S. 10 A.M. T.U. 6:30 P.M.I Springs. The last full week in : :::,: : "
: ; .: action the 149"
:{ } I : : \, Built-in 360 degree pivot swings MONARCH easily, giving
S\
\'IiffI.t :
{ Preaching Hour: 11 A.M. and 8 P.M. 'ebruary will begin the observanceof ::;;: :. :; ;'j :.t}':.. full room cleaning ease without once having to move the cleaner. With your
Finer Womanhood Week. On I
Ily :Mrs. Anrel Norman :: hllll' I \ I 1/I 1iJ /? : MONARCH "149" comes a complete set of servo-tools including the Venetian
I / t / )
Wed.Night "Hour of Power" 8 P.M. Feb. 27 Soror Ozora Johnson, National _. J I I\ I 1\\\ .
\
I Chairman of Blue Revue, I.A&AA&.A.A..A 4AAAAAAA&& ; :: 0 /IJi/i J '\\1 J I _,:/,-. blind brush, upholstery nozzle, bare floor brush, crevice tool rug tool, paint

will be guest speaker at Wildwoodfor The Heilbronn Training Union 4f Ii ES I ::_ ;::'vSk: ;; sprayer, floor buffer, and de-mothing attachment. You'll find hundreds of uses

4 0/j P RI',. -..:::...%:./ for these practical labor-saving seryo-tcols. The MONARCH "149" Vacuum
Delta Nu 2eta Soror
This is a Church in which the Bible is Chapter. enjoyed a weiner roast at the / ;
: .CJvv.Cleaner with backed the ACME-ATLAS-VIM
an amazing guarantee by
Cora Roberson has worked with a home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Alvarez /1 comes

committee to plan complete pro Thursday night of last week. '/'" \1'V\' \' : <. Chain, the ,largest Vacuum Cleaner, distributors in the South and Southwest
: Preached and Taught gram for the entire a week. Watch About 50 people enjoyed this event. //1'' f''I 'I''I I \ ;1i:

this paper for the coming Blue Glad to see Mrs. Louise Crosby .,':' : 'W"
COME WORSHIP WITH US V
Cleaner list i
Revue attraction in Gainesville. back at school after being out a 30 price.$149.95 .

Soror Gladys Alexander Basileus week with the flu. Follow These Simple Rules:
,
; Prize Certificate. 50.00
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'--- -:..... <. ----;. -;.... -: .' --;.....:;-'-';... ;;:::: "' :;::-'.. j Ozora Johnson, Epistoleus. Mr and Mrs. M. Beach of Jack- {.' Td(1 .4 ...VV1*

I Giving And Sharing sonville visited her mother, Mrs. 1. Only one entry for each contestant ..,': V t J 0 PRIZES r;.. t\1

4':--. --alIIwIw.:: : ., : =- :: _::, The primary pupils and teachers lelores Carmichael, last weekend. will be accepted and only! one winner ::;; ;,? Balance . . 99.95 1
1 permitted to any one household. ..'-..:..".'.,.. .,,'i'.
> '(;:" .11:
?of Lawtey Training School and The cold weather last weekend Entries must be postmarked not :::s;; t{
i|R. J. E. provided exhibit "A" giv- did considerable damage to later than the closing date below. '
green.s ,r..; j5 -::
........-. ,, ,_ 30 Cleaner list price.$149.95
tng and sharing recently by making and plant beds. 2. Entries will be judged for sincerity, ";' It m

REVIVAL J George Washington favors for originality i and promptness. The .. F Prize Certificate. .. 40.00 ;1

;the Veterans at the hospital in r decision of the Judges is final, and t";.. :; ;f.,

!Lake City. Mrs. M. Hall local all entries become the property o'E.f.".V. $40. PRIZES V .. ?:
:-: :-
FRIGIDAIRETHERE'S this store. :::.'"'. Balance I . . 109.95 ,
chapter representative was pleased 3. Anyone within 200 miles of this :it t :m..

WOODLAWN MISSIONARY with the favors and felt that the store may win, except employees of ;. .t l

groups did an excellent job. Other JUST ONE this store and their families. Em'f*$..' qr Cleaner list price .. .$149.95 >?$!
schools in Bradford County have ployees of this newspaper and pres- :9..$ <

BAPTIST CHURCH been making this gesture for years FRIGIDAIREMade ent owners of MONARCH "149" \.t/. Prize Certificate.... 3O.00Bt\f

but is is the first time the Negro only by General VACUUM enter. CLEANERS ore not eligibleto $30. PRIZES }(

schools have actually participated.We Motors Corp. All other Balance .. ........ ii995Q
3 Miles West Of LawteyBeginning are deeply grateful for oppor. I ENTRIES MUST BE POSTMARKED NOT _

tunities to spread cheer to "shutins" Electric Refrigerators are LATER THAN MIDNIGHT OF: .. '... .l.r:3:

and made by other companies .. :.' ,:. "l .fi; ""
February 21st discipline our children and word : :; _ _ _ _
through giving-and sharing. We cannot use the Thursday, Feb. 24 :::;

Each Night 7:30 will welcome another chance to do Fricidaire. !

something similar. We think! Mrs III".ST". !

Hall is doing a grand job. Most Want A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE .

ELDER O.V.. YOUNG, EvangelistCOME recently she has given help to A CME STORES Acme Stores if -W !

Cora Cohen and family who were ? ? I 408 Forsythe ADDRESS I i

recent victims of fire.
a March 1 Jaeksonville.FIa.
THEN SEE 5 !

AND HEAR THESE GREAT MESSAGES the Red Cross campaign will begin Gentlemen: wish to subL CITY or RJJ) _Iii I
and we will be calling upon I 408 ForsytheJacksonville I
E. H. SMITH mitmyentry\\Wchben-, ;
you to enroll. Be sure to answer i clot>ed. I understand that. _I i

the call one and all Put that dollar this does not obligate -
entry
J. O. Raulerson, Pastor aside now for Red Cross, even l Tenth and Temple Ave. Florida me in any way. IF RS.D. GIVE DIRECTIONS TO HOME II

. .. ,. tomorrow Red Cross may have tcp ) Starke, Fla. i BO !tan 1 [ran EI EI mftIDCDIZIEI =mmB = __ EI

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PAGE EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY .
TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA 'i FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 18. 1955

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Hi-Y Makes Plans hop" on Friday, Feb. 25. Admission -
Lawtey Mayor Warrant Issued
will be 50 cents for stags and

For Father And Son 50 cents for couples. It is desired SPORTSGames Gives Sage AdviceTo By Station WDVH I

Annual BanquetFinal that each boy bring a date to the OffendersSunday For Former ManagerA FOOD AT THE BEST

dance. There will be a planned
plans for the Father and warrant for the arrest of Sam
program and each boy will be givena night was anything buta DIXIE

Son banquet were made at the Hi- job to do in connection with this With Callahan Tonight Close I peaceful night in the negro set- Blessing, former manager of local RESTAURANTAFFILIATED

Y Club meeting in the USO Monday tlement at Lawtey, for one colored radio station, WDVH, here in
event. -I WITH DIXIE MOTEL
night This event will not be woman who has a bad habit of of larceny -
Starke, on a charge grand
One of the Hi-Y sweethearts was Reaufar Season Play For BHS Caaer
carving her husband wielded a
for Hi-Y members and their fathers up Now Under :New ManagementHome
I -'., -- was issued this week by
married over the weekend. She is butcher knife with disastrous effects -

only but is intended for the'Barbara Prevatt-Now Mrs. B.E.Henderson. Tonight will mark the end of'' neday in St. Augustine the Tor- and a colored man, subjectto County Judge Theron A. Yawn Folks Especially Welcome

entire community. Tickets will be All wishes to the regular basketball season for nadoes lost a heartbreaker to visitations of the "debbil," had upon affidavit of Thomas R. Hans-
good go
placed on sale soon. both boys and girls teams. The Ketterlinus 59-57. Bradford led such a visit and proceeded to sen of the Decatur Broadcasting REASONABLE PRICES

It was decided to hold a "sock her from the club members. .girls will begin at 7:30 p.m. The All the way until the final 50 "stomp" his girl friend. Company of Gainesville.The .

.,t. '" -. L' '. .. i boys game will begin at about 9 seconds when Jerry Hohne of As a result. :Monday evening in complaint charges that Phone 9115
UI miirr .,. _._-._ -. Ket-I I
after of the terlinus collected bills to
-- --- I p.m. or completion sank two free police court, Mayor Charles Shu- Blessing owing -

girls game. Both girls and boysof tie up the ball game at 57 all. As ford dealt out the following sentences the station to the amount of $54, I

FRI. SAT. MON. -- ONLY Bradford will be out to avenge Bradford brought the ball down'I" : 'and left without turning the

early season losses. the floor, traveling was called, and I money over to his employer or I I JOHNSON & COMPANY !
Fine of 515 and a stern warningto
The Callahan boys team comes 1|as the Ancient City boys brought, Irma Lee Allen to desist from otherwise accounting for it. Bond i !

to Statke with a 19-4 record including the ball in play, it was fed to knife was set by Judge Yawn at $1,000. CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTSWish
using a on her spouse Sam
: an early season triumphover .Hohne who sank the game-winning
'I I Allen, now recuperating from a order to serve our Starke area
(he Tornadoes. goal just before the final horn. to announce that In
The Torna- Rodeo At PalatkaIs '
slash in his neck.
Ladies 0105 does will also be trying to breaka I The Tornado cagers depart for deep l' clientse will be In Starke each Saturday through the Income
As a third offender, Fanny Tis- Event We will be locatedin
three-game losing streak tonight, tournament play next Thursday Jaycee Tax filing period from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

having lost to Bolles 52-33 last night at St. Augustine when they on was fined $10, and sentenced to the Perrjman Building on S. Court Street behind Koch's

Friday, P. K. Yonge 78-48 Tuesdayof will meet a strong Palatka five. 30 day in jail, said sentence suspended -I The Palatka Junior Chamber of Drug Store. We may be reached In Starke at P. O. Box 673 or
if she leaves town and does
Commerce its Fourth
is sponsoring
this week and Ketterlinus of Palatka has won 14 games to date I'hone 372 and in Jacksonville at 2720 Park Street or _

1 Limit St. Augustine 59-57 Wednesday.In I and lost only one. The one loss not return. !I Annual Rodeo Friday and Saturday I I

the Bolles the Tornadoes was at the hands of Bradford herein The one subject to fits brought night, Feb. 25-23. and Sunday Phone EV8-3332 _

game Starke. With both teams having on and the "debbil "I afternoon, Feb. 27. The event will i I
did not seem to be able to get I by drinking -I
1st Quality 39CS going throughout the game while. won on their respective home LeRoy Ervin, was fined $30 or 10 be staged at the Palatka high

e the Cadets could not go wrong. courts during the regular season, days working on the streets. To school stadium.A CHARLES W. JOHNSON, JR., C.P.D.A. .

When P. K. to It will be: interesting to see what him Mayor Shuford had two bits of rodeo queen contest is now in
Starke Tues-
came
89c Value
day, it was a case of local fans happens on a netural court with kindly advice. The first was to progress to elect royalty to reign L. MATTHEWS JR.. C.P.D. _

the "tournament pressure" pre- ."get ;yourself an older wife preferable over the three-day event, which
watching
one of the classiest fivesin I
the state. The boys from vailing throughout the contest.It one with a peg leg" and the will start with a big street parade Members of the American Institute of Accoutants, the Fla. _____

Gainesville were big, fast, accuratein is posssible that Bradford second, "when you take a drink Friday. Institute of C.l'-Vs and enrolled to practice before the _
I
their shooting and in High will have one more game be- again, look at the bottle, and say The Palatka Jaycees present this U. S. Treasury! Department
good :
, rodeo each year to provide funds
fore
HANDBAGS tournament time if arrangements 'Here comes the jail'.
physical condition. The Torna- for civic ventures with th I
can be made.
does were able to Baldwin will ____ _
gain a 11-4 lead proceeds -- : :
earmarked for the Put- -
meet the local cagers in Baldwin James StewartIn -- -- 'Ii.!>il
in
the
early first period; but from -
if scheduling difficulties nam County Hospital which is expected -
then,on P. K. poured it on. Ed- can be 'Rear Window' to be
constructed this
ward Akridge overcome. A composite box scor year. ELECTRIC SERVICE
was high for Brad WINKLER
1 Limit of all Bradford High regular sea-. At Florida SundayAlfred
ford With 16
points. Carrol
I poured son boys games will appear in nextweek's Legion To Hear
I through for the visitors. Wed-
Telegraph. Hitchcock's newest sus-

$1.OOValue/ 5CCorduroy pense drama, "Rear Window," Hospital SpeakerDr. 1\
!BHS \
Track Team Hopes To Better opens Sunday at the Florida R. E. Edmondson Bradford

Theatre for a three-day run. '
County hospital administrator, will

Its Good 54 Record Of 3rd PlaceThis Set against a background of be guest speaker at the regular I RADIO

New York's most intriguing neigh- meeting of Post 56, American Leg

borhood, Greenwich Village, this ion, Tuesday night at 7:30 o'clock.All AND
week Bradford
High's 1955 will the
join squad upon completion film is with the kind
peopled just members are urged to attend.
track aspirants inj
began working of basketball
season. of characters might to
expect
earnest under the supervision of Jimmy Weldon you TELEVISIONSales
I and Freddie '
meet in such There is
a place.
Coach James Hobbs. The Tornado Stephens Bank HolidayThe i
Longies are working with the I'I James Stewart as a famed photographer iI .
cindermen hope to top last years discus and shot put. James Har- I
who is confined his 17-inch TV
to
enviable position of third in the lell shows promise as a hurdler. Florida Bank at Starke will .95 I

state of all class A schools. Only Arthur Locke is apartment with a broken leg; not be open for business next Tues Iahogany.
showing and Service
up Grace Kelly, his career girl fiancee
Fletcher ; day Feb. 22,
and Haines George Washington'sbirthday
City rated favorably as a high
jumper and .,,.
,
Wendell Corey, Stewart's wartime ...,
a in Flori I I
higher than the Tornadoes. shot putter. legal holiday I'

I Limit. C Returning lettermen from lastyear's Coach Hobbs is most eager to buddy, now a homicide detective; da. 224 N. Temple Ave. PHONE 166 Starke, Florida
Thelma Ritter, a wisecracking insurance -
squad who are now workingout find a fourth member to join his
-
Quality are Bobby Ferguson, three company nurse; and Raymond Recent -
Billy returning relay runners and Burr Birth:
,
an ominous-looking
Moore Clifford Martin, and Robert work them into a winning mile- .-- --

Humphries. The first three formed relay combine. neighbor.As Mr. and Mrs. Roger P. Guissing-

S Size2to6 three-fourths of one of the best Other track aspirants hcpeful of Stewart sits in his wheel er of 2122 Cedardale, Baton Rouge, Rent It Trade
chair all he has to do is stare out Sell It *
relay teams in the state. Jimmy I finding a place for themselves are La. announce the birth of a daughter -

Reddish is the missing runner, lost William Home, Jimmy Hazen, of his window at his neighbors.One Ann Sewell Guissinger, on Feb.

through graduation. Humphries, I Charlie Noegel, Dennis Matthews dark night, while whiling 9. Before her marriage Mrs. Guis-
,
We Exchange a pole vaulter, is showing up well, Robert Kelly Lamar Shaw, Charles away his time, he hears a muffled singer was Miss Gayle Sewell, WITH% A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIEDLow

We Refund nearing 11 feet on occasions, a Kirkland Kenneth Elder, Wayne scream, the sound of broken glass daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. B.

mark he couldn't Wooten Harold Godwin and then a strange silence that Sewell of Starke.Masonic To Place
; I 0 even approachlast and Rates Good Results Easy
Ronald Brown. sends shivers up his spine. He be-
We
Satisfy year. Two other lettermen Glen Reddish Is .
LESS. ONE INSERTION - Me
expected to lieves that a brutal murder has M WORDS OR
join the Notice
squad
Townsend Strickland, a hurdler,{completion of his basketball upon ac- taken place and suspects one of EACH ADDITIONAL WORD 2 e

and Stanley Clark, a high jumper,' his neighbors.The Bradford Lodge 35 F & A M will DISCOUNT! OF 13 PER CENT O.V TWO OH MORE IXSERTIO8c

147 W. P tension mounts as Jimmy hold a special meeting- Friday, Feb.

Call Street S A Lawtey CagersTo Baseball Workouts gets closer and closer to the so- 18, at 7:30 p.m. at the Masonic ADDITIONAL FOR BLIND ADS OR ADS XOT PAID I\ ADVA.NCEMEMORIAMS

Enter TourneyOn lution of the mystery. What occurs Temple, at which time the Entered
Starke, Begin This Week
.
from then on in is a feverish Apprentice Degree will be confer- CARDS OF THANKS, RESOLUTIONS -tOe Per Lln

Fla February 24A Under Coach Hull treat of thrills and excitement that red by Worshipful Master Gene COUNT 5 WORDS TO EACH LINE)

has seldom been equalled on the Long. All Entered Apprentice Ma-I (
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-..----- ___m.Beau "__ scrappy Lawtey Junior High I This week saw the beginning of screen. sons are invited to attend.

basketball squad will be pUing for I baseball activity at Bradford High. Recent BirthMr. I

... .. ---. an upset in the Crass C, Group 4 Coach Joe Hull began workingwith Auto Accidents WANTED tion) short Experienced order cook and(combina-steam WANTED L'E CLEAN.-COTTON Bradford RAGS-MUST County

basketball tournament to be held the catchers and pitchers, I and Mrs. Fred Manire of table man. White or colored. ApplY Telegraph. If

Feb. 2-1. 25 2G at Yulee. The stressing conditioning drills. Eulie Cause $8,725 Loss 3032 Thomas St., Jacksonville, an- Gold House Restaurant. Phone Itchg CALL BY SLADE GAS COMPANYFOR

tiful Eagles. coached jointly by John Rushton a dependable receiver In January nounce the birth of a daughter, 394. }o'REEV LIST. ALL FOOD SHOPPING ltcWANTEDExperienced .

Burr and Hugh B. Ingram. will :. last year, is again on hand with Sandra Lee, on Monday, Feb. 14. FOR SALE-Good used tractor with J

meet Hilliard in their first tourna- Calvin Pace, a B-squad catcher last Nine accidents on Bradford Before her marriage Mrs. Manire all Duster equipment$140. Mrs.except S. duster L. Crews$625.1 Apply Gold House Restaurant Waitress..

ment encounter at 9 p.m. on the year also working out as pitchersare County highways during January was Miss Minnie Lee English of i i mile East of Long Bridge. State lIp Phone 894. Itcbg

24th. Lawtey has a 4-3 record at right-hander Wallace Rivers injured four persons and caused I I Starke. e' I I Road 100.
FOR RENT. Furnished bedroom
the present time, while Hilliard has and left hander Edwin Johns. Bothof $8,725 in property damage, according FOR SALE-Old Time Green Simpson with kitchen privileges and TV for

run rough-shod over Georgia High the latter saw mound duty last to the monthly report I Sugar Cane Seed. H. H. Lewis. nice couple or semi-invalid, at
Rt. 2. Box 182. ltchg Boyer Ranch on edge of town. Rt
Schools and class B and C Florida year. filed by State Trooper Carlos CARD OF TILXNKS 16. Kaiford Rd. ltchg

ChoiceLOTS High Schools of this area. The "BeWayne Elder will be the king Musgrove. This was an increaseover
We desire to to kind LOST-6 year old female Collie
express our ;
Hilliard team has consistently :pin in the infield this year, hold- the six accidents and $6,775 neighbors and friendsour I A. J. Thomas. Starke Fla. I white head, tan body, answers to
reached the finals of the state ing forth at shortstop now for the reported in January of 1954. thoughtful name Princess. Lost Sat. Feb. 1.
I ,
heartfelt thanks for their many HA>: Phone Volley Starling_%01-W. Up
tournament for years. Lawtey third straight year. Other infield In one phase, however, the report -
shows wins over Lake Butler B- positions seem to be: wide open.In was improvement. There were expressions of sympathy. The FOR SALE I FOR RENT-Three room partly fur-
beautiful floral offerings nished house. 501 W. Madison
were especially -
Squad twice, Baldwin Jr. High the outfield Sidney Jackson is no fatalities this January, as compared -! ] lieautifnl new three bed room Phone 4-J.. Itchg

team once and Ft. McCoy once. being counted on to give experience with two in that month last appreciated. home on nice 11 acre tract of I
-Family of Mrs. Carrie A. Thorn- lake front property. This mufct Large Blooming AzaleaaSPFtttL
The Eagles have sustained lossesat to what might otherwise be year. ton. be seen to be appreciated. A rare : SALE 0V AZ4LKA8AMI

the hands of Callahan B-Squad, a green outfield. Other boys expected -I 23 arrests bargain ifou want nomelhlig CAMELLIAS
Musgrove reported ,
truly DI..e. 5:5 feet roataice oa All Final at Half Price
Bradford High B-Squad. and Ft. to help the team as they issued 48 written warnings found YOU'LL LOVE the Male Road %o. 100. 400 feet Lake !SEEIVC IS t l.n'nGF.'F.IJF.nF.

McCoy. round into shhape are Paul Mag- 16 cars with faulty equipment, and new Ester- frontage. AZ1LKI GARDEN
brook purse-size fountain hipastel A>D HSEItY
The Eagles count heavily on 8th yari Gus Kopelousos, Edgar and rendered assistance to 47 motor- shades. pens Just a few home left at Saratoga Pauline lane: ColllnnPbonr

grader Gary Bennett as playmakerand Edward Akridge, Buck Gill, and ists in January. Only $2.58 at Bradford Ilelcbt. IB Starke. .\'\ HOIbort R-2362: Earleton. Fla.tf
available.SO
County Telegraph. and FlI.'loa8r1DII: '
ace floor man, with Gene Grif- Billy Harrington. I

the of homenllen on paired blsh- PHILLIPS 86 STATION FOR SALEA
fis having reputation hitting Full scale baseball acre
workouts will Band Council ,, an low an ettf lot*. going bu.cinee on 101 and
priced
ay
well from the far out and the cor- have to wait until the completionof W.C.T.U. ,I nay BOW and build a country I Lafayette St. Fully equipped.

PRICED FOR QUICK SALEFROM ners. Edwin Mosley has demon- the basketball slate inasmuchas Formed At BHSAn home later. Owner 40:? or see hac Harry oth"r A.Interest Nichols' Call

strated when it "TEMPEKAXC'E IS 3IODERA-
an eagle-eye a number of the leading candi- For tk.10 and other bantaU. I n Ztp 2/18
comes to foul shots. Terry Futch, dates are basketball players. innovation in the Senior and. TION' IN THINGS THAT ARE real ..tate rail

another eighth-grader, is being Junior High School! Bands is the GOOD AND TOTAL ABST1XKXCE THOMASREALTOR 60 bearing ACRES pecan Improved trees.' pasture.2 dwelling iso, :

counted on to use his height to ad Intramural creation of a Band Council wherein FROM THINGS A. J. numerous' out buildings, water
Sports THAT ARK BAD" supply plentiful' with anto elec'
under the boards and
vantage responsibilities are placed and pump 125,009, Write C. Letscb
demonstrates know-how in operatIng Feature Track the pride of the group is upheld (TEMPERANCE BULLETIN. R 2. Box 51. Starke (Pradford Co.)
) OCALA FLORIDA, 325 Temple Ave. Telephone 3'43 tfchg:
Robert
the
pivot position. and morale.
I And through discipline Starke Florida I
Field
de- EventsAs FEBRUARY 14, 1953.)
Bowen noted for his speed and Senior Band Council membersare LET .I. D. OOOM. JR.

I pendability! rounds out the first I II RINDLEYOfRCATTLE
the showers departed this George Canova, president of RADIOS REPAIRED ASh: HOGS!
*ix the Lawtey squad. Bowen, \ SALES _
of
ii I week. the Bradford High intra- the Band; Joann Smith, vice pres- In stubborn illnesses that All Make AH ModeUtrxonable Lire Oak KarhVrdnr..da7Karh
and Griffis
Mosley are ninthgradI charter KuaraateedCII4S.
ident Nancy Bates, secretary c.18..llIp
I mural sports ; ; Friday
who to use their program featured do not respond to ordinary I C. SHEPHERD
ers are eager tf
Green librarian Jack Miller
I track and field events. The in- Buzzy ; methods the cause is often r03 W. Tall St. Starke PIt.It
eligibility on Coach Leonard Reg- I
John
I tramural reporter; Simmons,
ister's Tornado squad next year. I program actually is an quartermaster; and Patricia Hum- found by the Chiropractorto I LARGE HOME FOR SALE
j all-year
Lawtey meets Seabreeze Junior rooms. competition, between home phries, Robert Kelly, T. J. Alder- be a pinched nerve. Electric Motors CHEAP

High School of Daytona Beach this I' man, Elissa Stefanelli, Tom Long, When spinal nerves are NICE SEVEN ROOM HOUSE; ON 1
at In the high-jump finals this REWOUND AND LOT NEARLY ACRE ON CHERKY -
afternoon in the Starke Armory vital fail
week, Jerry Williams, and Jean Mundy. pinched, organs I STREET IN HEART OF
3 p.m. The Baby Sandcrabs are Lyle Buck Jr. won first 7he Junior Band Council consistsof to function properly and SERVICEDSmall .1 TOWN OF STARKE. FOR SALE
I place with a leap 5 ft. 1 ; CHEAP BY OWNER APPLY AT
weekend in Bradford of 3-4 '
II spending the inches. Dave Long, Bill Green, Diane the resistance of the bodyis GUMBER-S; GULF STATION,
County at various homes of their Second and third places Firth, Rosine Flakes, Billy Dam- lowered. Appliance Repair SOUTH OF STARKE. HIGHWAY
were won by Virgil Lee and William 301. JAX'HIGHWAY. tfchg
adversaries. The Lawtey boys were I General Machine WorkS
per, Betty Wainwright, and Ger- Removal of the nerve
Home
Located East of Starke on New Blanding Highway, guests in Daytona last year when I a tie. The 100 yard aldine Blount. I. \
dash competent
by
finals ressure a FOR RENT
the two teams met. Seabreeze won were held yesterday -Two bedroom furnished -

1 Block of New Hospital Many Beautiful Homes I last year. The Seabreeze squad I.I .1"afternoon with the following boys Weekly charts will be posted on Chiropractor will restore All Work Guaranteed Radio apartment.and TV Shop.Apply Shepherds tfchg

I,':;!l attend the Florida-Mississippi qualifying in the Senior High .the bulletin board in the band normal health and vitality.If I Reasonable Rates

Already Built in This SectionREPRESENTATIVE b-iEhetball game while in this area. Division: Lyle Buck Jr. and Doyle room showing the progress of each you are afflicted with FOR room RENT apartment.-Unfurnished Also furnished 2 bed-

I Griffis, 12th graders; Charles member as seen by the council sinus trouble, asthma chro- : one bedroom apartment. Close in

Revival To Begin Kirkland and Will'am: Home, 11th members. nic colds or flu see your RED SEAL desirable. location. 201 W. Madison tfhtr

graders; and Roddie Struth and Band Director Rimert feels that He
ON PREMISESSUHDAYFEB.2G2T05PM. this is of the most worthwhile Chiropractor today. CARPENTER WORK-Block work,
At Kingsley Lake Wayne Wooten, 10th graders.In one & MACHINE
will be glad to explain how ELECTRIC wiring plumbing, roofing, siding
the Junior High Division the projects ever placed before the sprouting and cement work.

Baptist Church following boys have qualified in band and he is sure that fine progress these conditions respond SHOP Write C. A. Sorrell. c/o Bradford
I
I County Teleirraph. 4t 2/25
to Chiropractic care.
readily
the 100-yard dash: Charles Noegel will be made.Recent .
I Revival services will begin at the to ; F. W. GRAUDON
and Leslie Libby, 9th graders; Van Phone 108 for Appointment 1550 ENGLISH FORD low mileage. ,
Lake Baptist good condition. Priced to sell
Kingsley Missionary Owner, Manager ,
Prescott and Winfred Tomlinson, BirthsThe BOLLINGERCHIROPRACTIC See it at Torode'a Used Car
t IChurch on Monday. Feb. 21, and I Lot ,
For Additional Information continue through March 5. (8th graders; and Billy Carter and 106 Washington! SL-Phone 397

I Cllis McRae, 7th graders. Other following births! have been Starke, Fla. WISH TO BUY industrial land closeto
H. H. Mott, -
The pastor, promises
\ track and field events will be held announced by the Starke Maternity Starke, with or without build.
CALL OR WRITE some "good, ole time Gospelmessages" CLINIC '' PAID ON SAVINGS KEYSTONE Ings; also income property. Ad. I
In the sermons begin- next week and a complete tabula- Hospital: I. I'i, STATE BANK KEYSTONE dress full details to: C.W.P., Box i
tion of results to date will be 326 N. Walnut 'I HEIGHTS. FLA, MEMBER flB. Starke. Fla. IQtp 8/4
MRS. GLEN G. SEARING ;rJng each night at 7:30 o'clock. an- Mr. and Mrs.7.. E. Padgett of FDIC. ;:
Starke !
The pastor will be assisted in the I I nounced next week. Maxville, a daughter, Carolyn .MAN WANTED-Are YOU the man
I OFFICE HOURS for this business? Do you own a !
902 Ingleside Avenue series by other cooperating Baptist Marie Feb. 12. ; Keep plenty of Hot Water light car or truck? Would J75
ministers and one special evangelist -::I Recent Birth Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Beam of Daily 10 to 12 and 2 to 5 For ONLY 9.95 down $6.00 weekly Interest you? A Watkins

PHONE EV-93161 Guy Ca ter, from Jackson- Keystone Heights, a daughter, !Mon., Fri. and Sat. evenings i; per month for 12 months, rural Dealership Bradford-Union Is being established County. In It

ville. Mr. and Mrs. Joel M. Hull announce Laurie Monroe Feb. 14. 7 to 8 will be let to the first man be-

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA The pastor extends a cordial I the arrival of a baby girl,, Mr. and Mrs. Joel Hull of Other Hours byAppointment i. buys a' 20 gallon Automatic tween 25 and 55 who qualifies.
\ Coleman Hot Water Heater. Write or wire the J. R. Watkins
invitation to the public to attend I Nancy Katherine, on Wednesday r Starke, a daughter. Nancy I ""-0.. 6"9 Pea<'htree St. N E., At-

.t' 7." TI. i:! 1l -1 3s*.::h B } these services. ,at the Starke Maternity Hospital. Katherine, Feb. 16 i Slade Gas Co. lanta. Ga. 4tchg 2/25







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