Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 25, 1955
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Farmers Enjoy Rotary Event


Official County Publication Established In 1879

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Zoningiloard City To Ask Bids LABOR SURVEYThe I Third Mine IndicatedINational

To Rush Work On Two New Starke-Bradford County Chamber of Commercehas

__ __ __ been negotiating with an industry that is interestedin Lead

locating in this area. One of the first requirementsis

New Head SaysIntensified Power GeneratorsAuthorization that a labor survey be made of Starke and its sur- ,.

rounding territory. ,If you live in Starke or within
44f I commuting distance and are interested in work, pleasefill Tract

efforts toward speeding to draw up out the blanks below and return to Chamber of Buys Big

up the adoption of a compre- specifications for two new generators Commerce, Starke, Fla.
hensive planning and zoning was voted to an engineering -

RURAL-URBAN day was outstanding event at the Starke ordinance for Starke were mapped i firm last Wednesday night by i,
is of the large of the Zoning Board the Starke City Council in a long The possibility of a third ilmenite mining operation in
last week. Pictured above at meeting
Rotary Club a part a [meeting called for the of: Name ___________________________________-____-_ this area was indicated this week with the announced sale
enjoying this event Sfated (left to right) Bill Haas, held Tuesday afternoon in the office purpose
group of Realtor A. J. Thomas. acting on the problem of adding I of a large tract of timberland in Bradford and three other
chairman of the event A. J. Thomas club president and E&ton
; Following the resignation of :Mr. capacity to the municipal light! Address _______________________________________ ..I minifies tr\ National Lead Co. of New Jersey
M. F. Bob Mulling. -
Brown. Standing! in group are Wiggins
; Thomas as chairman Foster Shi plant. The tract, I involving 6,816: acres, !
Sheriff I*. D. Reddish, S. J. McGarvey. Tom howell Ralph Jacksonville. During the mining
Nettles Norman. J. B. White, Reddish Andrews Lonzi Smith was elected to head the After a long discussion regarding Age_-______ Race________Sex_______ Married ____ was sold by St. Mary's Kraft Corp. there the area was known as Mineral -
committee and announced plansfor the possible purchase of all or of New York for $272,640 in one I

Norman, M. O. Harrell Lonnie Crawford, Bill Maxwell, Q. T. twice-weekly meetings, if part of the used New Bern, N. C., of the largest transactions of that City.

Lyons, and Jim Chattteen. necessary, to get the plan workedout plant generating equipment, Coun- Grade reached in sh00lEmployed -_______ type to be handled in Florida in ,! If the company establishes a

within the 90-day deadline set I'cilmen Lawson, Hazen and Kope- recent years. The land is situated mine on its new holdings it will be

-- by the City Council. The next I' lousos voted to have the Jacksonville at present_____ Where_______________ in Duval, Baker, Bradford, and I the third such operation in this

,. meeting of the group will be held engineering firm of Reynolds, Clay counties. Although details as i area. The Humphreys Gold-du-
Smith and Hills submit plans for !pont ilmenite mine at Trail Ridge
to the exact location
-. the Monday office afternoon of Mr. Thomas.at 5 o'clock in two new generators of 1,0001,200kw Employment in the past___________________-_______ plete it is believed that are incom-I!east of Starke has been operatingfor

Three new members, Mrs. E. A. capacity. When these plans would be continuous and that the I! several years. The two companies -

.c ; Hall Mr. Smith, and Mrs. E. K. are available, the Council will ad- (Bradford County lands involved I will begin their second joint
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Perryman attended Tuesday's vertise for bids. I would lie approximately west of operation when the new Highland

Basis for the discussion in !plant goes into produ tion next
.4 meeting, together with three of the. Highland.The
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the old,embers named on the meeting was a report, submitted I National Lead Co. is engaged April.

original board Mr. Thomas, S. to the Council by Jess D. Thomas, in mining minerals from I I I Like duPont, National Lead will

G. Denmark, and T. C. Hazen Jr. of Reynolds, Smith and Hills on a Florida sands, indicating that the ,probably use part of its ilmenite

Also present was Mrs. E. A. Yan- comparison of new vs. used generating Sheriff Follows Through purchase of the huge tract was II I as a pigment Li the production: ot

cey, representing the Junior facilities. The Council had for the purpose of expanding its I,paint and will go into the still exIrerimental -

Woman's Club, but not officiallya requested the firm to give the operations. It established a laboratory production of titanium,

to member of the board. The estimated costs necessary to purchase Raids Conference several years ago in Starke !the new non-corrosive, heatresistant -
Junior Club is expected to name an I and install the New Bern Staged Following ; ar.d conducted extensive test drill- metal that is in heavy demand

official member at a later date. plant equipment, and the estimated I ir.g operations in the area north of j I.for use in jet planes and atomic

Mrs. Hall was elected vice chair costs necessary to urchase and :here. At that time, however, no !weapons.The .

man of the reorganized board, and install new generating equipment ] Convicted Shiner Given 90 DaysGovernor 'announcement was made as to its I deal for the transaction be-

Mrs. Perryman, of sufficient size to allow operation I] [future plans. tween National Lead and the Kraft
Floyd Wiggins (second from left) Is shown recehing a secretary.
at a stated capacity for a periodof National Lead once conducted company was completed in New
Tree Farm Award from District Farm Forester Frank Lee atRotar's I I
not less than five years, and LeRoy Collins asked Jesse Nipper. Macdenn was i:mining operations along the Flori- j i York. Before the transfer St.
Rural-Urban Day last week. Interested onlookers are First Woman other factors influencing the choice Sheriff P. D. Reddish, togetherwith I found guilty by a jury on the :da coast in what is now the location -j Mary's owned about 8.954 acres in

Jim Watson Duval County agricultural agent (left), George Jury Foreman Here of such new or used equipment.The the sheriffs of eight other(charge of possession of a moon- i!I of Ponte Vedra Beach south of i Bradford County.

Huggins Bradford County agent (center), and James Gorman report, which discussed the counties, to cooperate fully with shine still, on Tuesday in County
of the Florida Chain Store CouncUho entire problem in detail,, came to I' Judge Theron A. Yawn's court and
evecuthe secretary was Marguerite Hall, first woman the Beverage Department in the I 1'.J.
foreman the following conclusions: I sentenced to 90 da)s in jail and Griffin Rites Held Tuesday I Ii
guest speaker at the meeting. of a jury in Bradford: battle against illicit whiskey operations $500 fine, with the provision that .
County, was "surprised and honored" ; we recommend that the
in a meeting at Tallahasseeon if the fine was unpaid, an additional -I
I' this week by the experience, New Bern power plant equipment, i Thomas Jefferson Griffin, 82,
Thursday, and our sheriff actedon 90 in would be !
Red Cross DriveI Speeders Drive when serving in Judge Theron A.Yawn's :consisting of five 1,00 kw units it added. i I who retired in 1915 after serving

Four AbreastOn Court. .be purchased and installed. The promptly. j l as Seaboard Air Line station agent
"It was a gratifying and educa- :'reasons given were: 1)) Lower in- Forty-eight hours later, on Saturday The jury with Marguerite Hall I in Starke for almost half a century -
tional itial investment kw night, along with deputiesand I (first woman to serve on a county
Temple occasion Mrs. Hall said per capacity, died at his home here Sun-
Begins March 1 1With "and something that all women ''2)) Future investment deferred for agents of the Beverage Department Judge's jury) as foreman found day afternoon. He had been in

complaints that youthful [should look upon as a duty." approximately five years, 3) Main- armed with search warrants the defendent guilty as charged, Ifailfng health for several
speeders take over the city Only five women in Bradford !tenance schedules more flexible for every place licensed to but returned the verdict with years.

a quota of $2,675. Brad- streets after dark were received County are now registered to serve during five years, 4)) Normal mains ell beer in the County, the sheriff recommendations of mercy. Maximum Florida Mr. Griffin was born at Lloyd,

ford County's annual Red Cross this week by officials. In one par- as jurors. About five years ago tenance requirements indicated went raiding. With one exception, jail sentence under the law on Oct. 12, 1872, the son

fund-raising drive will get under ticular case, four cars were seen nine signed up for jury duty, but from reports, 5)) Satisfactory serv-(t however, the raid did not produce is six months. of the late Richard N. and Victoria 1-

way Tuesday, March 1. G. T. riding abreast north on Temple four have withdrawn.To ice records of engines of same type j I I results. When the Slated also to go on trial on the Skinner Griffin. He began his \\t'
Huggins. drive chairman, said that Avenue, at a high rate of speed, qualify for jury duty, women [and manufacture, 6) Fuel economyof group same charge, was Archie Crews, lengthy career with the Seaboard
plans will be completed this week- and as they approached the Tenth must be over 21, a citizen of Florida used engines should be eqUiva- was greeted at.one place with the also of Macclenny, but he changedhis as telegraph operator in Green-\ _

end for conducting the drive whichit Street intersection, the cars peel and a resident of Bradford lent to that of new engines. I invitation to "come on in" it was plea to guilty and received the ville. Fla. in 1892. He first servedas _
is hoped will be completed by_ ed off into single file, amidst the County for six months past. Those The report also recommended apparent that word had apparently same sentence as Nipper. station agent at Aucilia and -

w :March 15. screeching* tires and brakes. It [wishing to register can do so by to the Council that no change in l been spread of the raid, and the County Prosecutor Hollis V. was assigned to Starke in this

To continue its vital aid to people is said that the New Blanding applying to Mrs. Marian Crosby, the type of fuel be made at this sheriff dismissed the group. Knight built his case on the testimony capacity in 1901.

in distress and to provide Road is also being used as a race- supervisor of registrations, in the time because of the possibility of However, at the home of Claude of Beverage Agents Robt. In 1941 Mr. Griffin was awarded'the

necessary help to the many servicemen track by speeders. courthouse, and filling out a form. natural gas being available in the Myers, negro, in Lawtey, the raiders D. Ramsey and Thomas F. Dean, 'I Seaboard's coveted "Fifty

in all parts of the world 1 future. found 'shine and had a case who testified that on January 25, Year Service Medal" for half a H
the Red Cross has set its national' After the they found a 2,000 gallon capacitystill century of faithful I
District Firemen report was read and against Myers, but not before he associationwith
goal at 85000.000 and thirty million Have Big Meeting discussed, Councilman Jackson attacked Beverage Agent George in the southern part of the the company. At the timeof

members during the March ]I moved that the County near the Alachua line and his j
body purchase the Snorell, and his wife, Jesse Myers, retirement he headed the
campaign."In rrFictured ______ New Bern chased several men through the
t ___ equipment and Councilman i interfered with the arrest. seniority list over the entire Sea
addition to its vast health and woods, of whom sonvillc.
Kopelousos seconded. The swamp one board
system for the
and safety education programs, Myers is in the county jail, under position of!
motion defeated was identified Crews
was though, when as Nipper. station Funeral
and its nation-wide network of bond of $500 for possession of agent. j" services were held
Councilmen Lewis, Lawson and I I was apprehended and placed in Mr. Griffin '
was a member of Tuesday morning at 11 o'clock in
daily services the Red moonshine, and $250 for resisting
emergency Hazen voted against it. jail; Nipper was placed under arrest the '
Cross must always keep itself in Lawson moved that the City arrest; his wife is under bond of the following day when he First Methodist Church of I the First Methodist Church with

readiness to meet great national I buy two new generators and this $250 for interfering with the legal visited Crews in the county jail. Starke, the Woodmen of the World the pastor Rev. Robert Sommer,

emergencies such as might result I was seconded by Hazen. However, duty of an officer. Knight placed in evidence a the Masonic Lodge, and the Order and a former pastor Rev W. J.

from enemy attack," Huggins said. Lewis, Jackson, and KopelOUSOSvoted Sheriff Reddish, in reporting on jacket containing an envelope with of Railroad Trainmen. Churchwell, officiating. Burial was

"Failure to do this would be a I against it. I the meeting with the Governor'the name of Jesse Nipper writtenon Beside his wife, Mrs. Elizabeth in the family plot in Crosby Lake

remission in our duty to the people Hazen I it, which was found at the still.Nipper's Darby Griffin, he is survived by Cemetery under the direction of
urged that the Council said that while the records of some
of this country who for more than | to defense, directed by one daughter, Mrs. Thelma Men- DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home.
go Bern and bid on threeof counties with thoseof
were compared
70 years have looked to the Red "V' Attorney Erie Griffis, of Mac- doza of Jacksonville; one brother.
the generators, with pall bearers were Her-
spare parts, i the Beverage Dept., that of
Cross as a rallying in time j
point I __and this idea was seconded by Bradford clenny, was the alibi that he was Hugh Griffin of Waldo; and two bert Darby. Jerome Johns, Cliff
of trouble. J County was not, and
;not in Bradford at the time but grandchildren
Jackson. The remainder of the ; Cliff Mendoza and Mendoza B. B. Mendoza, N. T.
Services to the Armed Forces' Reddish said his report was to
up working in Baker Miss
Council disagreed it, and it was County. Gloria Johns, both of Jack. Ritch, and Dr. T. G. Ritch.
anti veterans will again claim a above are state officers of the Florida Firemen's voted down. par and the record showed that I The jury, in addition to Mar-

major portion of the Red Cross Association who attended a District Two meeting in Starke on Several other possibilities Bradford County was cooperating,guerite Hall, consisted of Leon 137 Arrests //07

budget next year, with $36,640,000 I Feb. 16. Left to right: Chief II. II. Dullest, Lake City, past discussed, including the purchase were fully with the Beverage Dept. I Conner, A. H. Perry, W. J. Stud- Warnings Issued

slated for that purpose. Operation t I State President; Chief D. W Carpenter, Starke, 2nd Dist. deputy I of only one generator, and then The Governor warned both the still, Floyd Crosby and H. C.

of which the Red Cross 40 blood program, I 'Ie President; Capt. J. M. Harrison. Jacksonville, State President the motion that two new engines I sheriffs and the Beverage Depart.,Douglas. I By FHP In 'Saturation Operation'As
supplies per cent of the I Crews was returned after the
1955; Chief Tom Sexton, Ocala, trustee' Florida Fire College be purchased, was made and carried ment that he wanted their complete ,
blood used in the nation's I '
hospitals, to Hilliard where he is serving -
will require an estimated $14,287-1 ; Chief Earl J. Langley, Chattahoochee, State Assn. secretary support, and that if either i a term for aggravated assault. part of a "saturation en.forcement" i half a mile south of Starke, involving -

000. A total of $5,127,000 is budgeted ; W. II. Barnett, Ocala, superintendent Florida Fire College; Two of the principal objectionsto party failed, it would have to an- He will serve time here when his drive, announced recently -t a car driven by Wesley

for disaster preparedness j i Ass't. Chief L. C. Nicholson, Gainesville vice president 2nd the New Bern equipment were swer to him. current sentence is completed. by the director of the State 'Thomas, Starke, in which Lenroy
that 1) it is used and L Highway Patrol six Florida
and relief. In only two and a half j District; John I.. Robbins, Madeira Beach, vice president 6th One criticism of the enforcement Nipper by his own admissionhas High-j Brewer, Starke was a passenger-
guaranteed, and 2)) that the way Patrolmen. headed by Sgt.
months last fall the Red Cross District; Mrs. John L. Robbins state Vice President' Ladies agencies': was that in many cases been involved in moonshine [Troopers said the car was going
I equipment is larger than the John W. Ocala
city Lackey of blank- north, when the
l car got out of
was called on to spend $2,470,000 Auxiliary; Rep. Doyle) E. Conner, banquet Mrs. needs. stills were destroyed but the opera- I trouble before this case.
for victims of hurricanes Carol I speaker; II. II. .e ted Bradford County roads during -I control, ran into a ditch, turned
Edna, and Hue! i, DuPriest, Lake City, past State President Ladies' Auxiliary; The Council meeting, inciden tors escaped to start up elsewhere. the period from last Friday over, and ended on its heels head-

To help train Americans in''! Claudius Walker, State Board of Health representative Mrs.S. tally, was one of the longest on Having taken a certain amountof Mrs. C. A. Knight morning until Sunday at midnight. ing south. Thomas was charged

methods of health and to J. Peters, Southside Estates, State Alee ,President' Ladles' record, as it did not adjourn until I good natured kidding concern-, One patrolman was re-assigned to with "failure to have vehicle under -
safety past midnight. ing his remark at the meeting, other duty during the drive. control at all "
protect themselves and others, the :, Auxiliary; Mrs. J. V.laInes, Southslde Estates, Vice President Hurt In Accident times.
Red Cross will spend an estimated 4th District; Chief J. W. Haines, Southside Estates, df'puty'ire which was widely publicized, about' The patrolmen made 37 "cita- Another minor accident happened

$6.135.000 through its first aid I l'rE'sidentIth District. Tag Sales Show Bradford County having so many i Mrs. C A. Knight is in St. Vin- tions", or arrests, gave out 107 Sunday night around midnight

water safety, and nursing pro- good roads that enforcement was ,cent's Hospital as a result of in-|:1 I written warnings, and issued 41 when Thomas Harold Stallings

grams. All of these services are 11 I 1 Pet. IncreaseA difficult, the Sheriff explained that[':juries received about :5 o'clock correction tickets giving 48 hours (serviceman, of Newport News, Va.,

provided to the American people 1 he was misquoted. He said he II!| Wednesday afternoon at a street j I to have the fault repaired. Two accidents was driving east on 31 at a high

without charge.S. merely had stated that whereas almost -j: !intersection in Jacksonville. Her| were investigated, there rate of speed tried to make a

L. Peek Jr.; chairman of the I record breaking sale of auto all traffic used to funnel 1 I injuries included a deep cut on the were two injuries resulting, and !turn, resulting in the car skiddingover

advance gifts phase of the 1955 tags this season was indicated this: i i bead. bruises, and four broken I'[approximately $1,600 property 225 feet and turning over.

drive, reports encouraging response week by Tax Collector J. R. Kelly, through Starke, now there are I! ribs. It is expected that she will,damage resulting. Charges of "driving at an excessive -

to letters mailed out to with the disclosure of incomplete several alternate routes available jbe confined to the hospital for' Although the list of traffic offenses speed" were filed by Trooper
and he does not have a staff big tome. I'' I Franklin H. Waldron Lake Butler -
Starke business houses prior to returns showing an 11 per cent in- covered a wide range, the and
enough to partol them all. Stallings posted $25 bond.
: The
the drive. He expressed hope that accident occurred on Park I II
rease over last year. majority of arrests were for "Care- T Some of the cars driven
all who received letters would respond Early this week, Kelly reported St. as Mrs. Knight was going from less and Reckless Driving, by Excessive highway by the
to them so it would not be I the hospital, where her husband is were unmarked
) sales' of regular tags of 2,028 as Starke 301 Motel Speed" and over 14 motor- an-J hence some
% jjL- speeders were
necessary to have solicitors makea \ patient. to the home of her sis
with ists were charged on that count; J caught who did not know
compared 1,818 at a comparable to they were
clean-up drive later. Early contributions 1/\ spend the night. As she !
: HandsMr improper passing, failure to yield L 'observed by law enforcement
gj : date last Changes of-
year. I
are especially: appreciated. I crossing Park St. another car.,the right of way running a stop .
!I '--- Other tag sales follows said to ,
I were as : have been going at a high
i : I sign, driving while intoxicated no The
Chairman Hug-gins stated that _____ light trucks 1955 549, 1954 and Mrs. Homer H. Jones of rate of speed, ran into the side ot driver's license, and following too way Patrol warnings issued by the High- j
are forwarded
the Junior Woman's Club will! r ((531.: heavy trucks, 1955 1S6. 1954 Jacksonville: have purchased the her car causing it to overturn. close, covered most of the cases. quarters at Tallahassee, and to head-when [i

handle solicitations in the residential H9: "W" tags, 1955 365, 1954 10-unit Starke 301 Motel north of The accident happened withip: I The patroling officers investigated a stated number are j
area of Starke as in previous I two blocks of SL Vincent's and Mrs. wreck accumulated, 'I
((307 town from Mr. and Mrs. Chet which occurred I the offender's license is suspended
years. Bagley. They were formerly in j I Knight! was rushed there for 1 Saturday night on Road 100 about for a period of time. I

Although his organization will Officers of the local Volunteer Firemen are pictured above the restaurant business for many emergency treatment. Mr. Knight I I t
not be until this weekend Purina DealerTo entered the
completed hospital several days
with the state president. Left to right: Chief years in Jacksonville.
he announced the following ; ago for First Moose Class Legion I
Have Sale surgery. Speaker
Column price, as indicated by
Crosby, Jack
chairmen : past president; Smith, treasurer; Ray Stone, I I I
:' secretary; J. C. Barton, sergeant at arms; and State. President documentary stamps was 565,000. To Honor SenatorThe Discusses Hospital
Brooker. Ralph Nettles; Lawtey, Harrison. I A new feature in the advertising Mr. and Mrs. Bagley plan to;Mrs. J. B. CottrellWord I I IL

Mrs. Alice McGarvey: Highland- Columns of the Telegraph this:,leave soon for the central part of organization work for a I
Outlining his
Carson Griff; Klngsley Lake, week which will become the state where received here and giving t
they was recent.
Mrs. Robert Firth Blanding.Mrs. : Over one hundred members of State Representative Doyle E a regular I' may purchase I local Moose Lodge is continuing some figures on the cost of '
; Camp '! feature twice monthly is an art. business property and make their ly of the death of Mrs. J. B. Cottrell I operation 'I[
J A. Griffin; Starke schools, :the Florida State Firemen'scociation As- Conner gave the principal address :home. under the direction of John Milo, | Dr. R. E. Edmondson, Brad- I
icle the and in Atlanta
on raising on Jan. 31. Mrs
Mrs. H. H. Adams; and county and the Firemen's Auxiliary i:on fire prevention and insurance proper membership director. ford County hospital
care of chickens and general live Cottrell was a former residentof administrator I
colored population School Super- attended a District Meetingin |and commending the firemen on ,
I stock in Bradford The column Camp Blanding where her husband Mr. Milo states that 100 memberships I addressed a meeting of Post
visor Ozora Johnson. Starke last Wednesday at the their fine record, challenged them County. Won't Say WhereA 56. ;
is written Jim Chasteen of was are needed to obtain a char-
by employed as superintendent American
Legion, last
American Legion Hall. |i to combat the loss of life and Tuesday j
'I property I Brownlee & Chasteen, local Purina : fine string of 24 black bass, by the State Armory Board,ter and so far he has signed up 65. at the
Masonic School State President due to fire. Legion Hall, in connection
John Harrison,I I,dealer. caught in a little over three hours, for several years. She was an active |! The first class of candidates will
of Jacksonville introduced by' After fire fighting films were:I Entitled "Bradford County was the haul three local fishermen worker in the First Methodist ''I'be in honor of Sen. Charley E. with the Bradford County hospitaj ;

Bradford Lodge 35 F & A M Starke Fire Chief D.W. Carpenter I I shown the group, the program Checkerboard News" the articles]I 1 W. H. (Billy) Graham. H. :Church and had many friends here I Johns: :Milo said. now under construction. ,j

will be host who to will the hold District School Instructor addressed the meeting, which was!''[i consisted of a barbecued chicken will deal with all phases of care i;A. (Buddy) Bishop, and R. E.I I I whowere grieved to learn of her I I I I I I Legionaires W. H. Graham, Ray j 1

a conducted by District Vice Presi.' dinner, speeches, and a dance and will give timely tips on !Jones made this week. Strange.death. She had been in ill health Day Of I Stone
of Instruction at the Lodge Hall dent L. C. Nicholson of Gaines I ChiCk.1'I | Prayer Goodman A. J. [
Mayor J. R. Wainwright gave a en and livestock problems. I II as it may seem, they just simplycoudn't for some time. : I I i
on Thursday. February 24, at 7:301 ville. E. J. Langley, Secretary and welcoming speech, the invocation column will be of great interest:.!, remember the lake where Funeral services were held in" The World Day of Prayer will i Thomas Jr. were given testimonial i!
p.m. All Master Masons are ,Treasurer, of Chattahoochie, also i was' given by Jack Siemer and I .'''the : .' !I cards for securing 10
I and benefit to growers and the they fished that is, for publication McDonald Cemetery near Syl-be held this morning (Friday) at or more new I
vited to attend. spoke to the group. [Carol Ann Pickett sang. i general public. at least. vania, Ga. !110 o'clock in the Methodist Church- t icr old members. j
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editorialOne THE BEAUTIFICATION MEETINGThe Farmer's DiaryBy

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Who Has Seen Tragedy (
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action of the Board of County Commissioners in YOU REQUIRE,

Along Toll Road Says 'Fight'"Get setting up a meeting on February 28 for the purpose of cow had born that on gave our us place more and trouble the WE CAN SUPPLY

launching a program of beautification of County roads and than all the others combined gl G
in there and fight it!" highways is the first step in what we believe to be a most last somewhere where we can, is find at WHAT YOU, "

Such was the warning sounded in a letter to important undertaking.The her We decided that rather than pIN ,

The Telegraph this week from a former residentof resolution, adopted unanimouslreads as follows: have her cause us any more trouble DESIRE UMobL4RE

Starke, now living in Ohio, who is currently "Whereas in the course of road improvements this that we'd butcher her. So,

undergoing the distressing experience of observ- County has lost many of the trees and shrubs which added as much as we hated to do it (no t

ing first hand the effect of a newly constructed greatly to its beauty, and, This week we got started with matter how mad you get at some RARE {

turnpike on the area it traverses. "Whereas, it is to the public interests of our County mulching our berries with saw- animals, they still remain pets) !
The letter was from Mrs. K. W. Witt, now residing that our roads and highways be beautified, and such beauti- dust. First we put a sack of we went ahead, and as a result we Dv (

in Columbiana, Ohio. In a fervent warningshe fication will add greatly to all property values and to the 4-7-5 40 per cent organic to now have 256 Ibs. of beef hanging # MA ,
wrote: business of our people, each 520 foot bed, then put out in the cold storage plant. ,

"If there is anyone around Starke and Brad- "Therefore, be it resolved by our Board of County Com- about 35 lbs of steamed bone 6 LOCAL TKAOEM\ftKS. !a. f!

ford County who needs proof of what a turnpike missioners that a program of highway beautification be meal into and raked both' of them Ed has the engine and pump t tOJ tr ft t
the soil, and
through Florida will do, you might show them initiated, and that each municipality in our County, and each for the mulch. we were ready and irrigation system all tuned up ft

the enclosed article which I cut from yesterday'sYoungatown civic club organization be and is invited to contribute to such Used Ed's 1-ton truck to haul now for use, but we still have too t

Vindicator. This is just one of many program, and that a public meeting of this Board and of all the sawdust, and as the body much water to even dream of .,
putting out !
since the openingof any. However, by AR1Hir1W
such items that have appeared interested persons and groups be held in the courthouse at measures about 6 feet wide, 8 feet having our
I only irrigation system I
the first section of the Ohio Turnpike. Starke on February 28 to start upon such a program; and be deep, and three feet high, we were we can at least cross off Ii i
wish it were possible for every one to know what and it further resolved that this Board pledges all available funds able to get about 5 cubic yards of worry; that is that the weather one BUILDERS SUPPLIES = .
turnpikes have done to peoples' homes toward such sawdust on load, (
these a program. a which Ed, by will turn dry and burn our
farms and businesses. I know because I live here The need for such a campaign must be apparent to the way, figures about a ton. At crops. up \!

and I've seen it and it makes me sick to think of everyone. Our highways and main roads at the present first, we tried shoveling the saw- *
will '!'happen to my beloved home town of dust into a chute over the bed
what time with certain as
exceptions, are bare of any planned adorn- Got some more fence posts cut
and the state of Florida. So all I have to the truck was moving, but that
Starke ment. And
worse yet, as stated in the resolution, many this week and we are now ready \J
say is : "GET IN THERE AND FIGHT! beautiful trees and shrubs have been removed to make way didn't work too well. So Ed and to repair the highway fence along
that Mrs. Witt clipped from John unloaded most of it by tak- -
is the item
Here the
for necessary road improvements, thus stripping the (Coun- ing out a shovelful at time front sedge grass field a
the Ohio newspaper: ty of much of its charm and beauty. placed it on the bed and a aroundthe and fence which Comfort, incidentially,
And to make things less desirable busted all to pieces. We'll string
even junk yards, plants. So far it has taken
BAILEY'S TRUCK STOP SOLD, ramshackle buildings, and other eyesores have been allowed 6 loads to do 5 beds, and that four strands of barbed wire there, MODERN

'CASUALTY OF NEW TURNPIKE along our highways, with the result that the impression works out to be just about a loadto as soon as we get the time. .

Columbiana: Ohio, Feb. 17 One of the larger visitors must get on passing through is entirely unfavorable.This 1,000 plants. ''

business casualties linked with opening of the condition can be changed radically. A planned and Alice has worked the sawdust The cold weather FINANCING ;
eastern section of the Ohio Turnpike occurred carefully executed program of beautification can turn our around some of the plants, so far, about recently just .
Wednesday when Cljde II. Bailey's truck stop, a highways into a succession of pleasing views of flowering and she says that it is rathera turnips and radishes -
we planted. We have
business Route 14 shrubs and ornamental trees. Sour trees for simple and easy job to do. So a --
restaurant and repair shop on orange example far spotty stand and that as usual FOR -
at the bypass east of town, went on the block.A will thrive here in this County, and could be plantedto we are well pleased with the leaves us in a quandary whetherto

Youngstown restaurant company made the top give the tourist his first view of one of the most beautiful experiment. replant or fuss along and try

bid of $1,350 for the restaurant equipment exceeding sights in the world an orange tree loaded with fruit. Met Lloyd Green this week, and to make something out of it. The NEW

the piecemeal bids of a group of about 30 who But as to what and where to plant, these things will while talking about cows, he told seed germinated all right but it

wanted to buy items separately. have to be decided by concerted action, and implemented by us that his are looking very got so cold the tiny plants shiveredall

Bailey said the pike's 22-mile East Gate section, professionals, and are details which can be worked out at the strong for this time of the year. their leaves off. CARSTake

which opened last Dec. 1 was the ruination of his meeting. He has a rather large herd of .

three-year-old bu'.1ness The fact remains, that here in Bradford County, .we about 200 head, and now is usinga

Bailey said he handled more than 100 trucks a day get "first crack" at the thousands of tourists who come Black Angus bull. The 1,000. Missionary nursery advantage of our up-to-date financing plan
before the turnpike opening, but now the same through daily, and by making our roads and highways berry plants we got from Mary-

trucks head for the pike's entrance to make con beautiful, we can better invite them to stop over, look The Irish potatoes we plantedon land and set out last week have when
buy new car. Low cost convenient -
you your ;
nectionsith the Pennsylvania! Turnpike. around, and settle here to live or start business enterprises.In January 20 were a failure. With taken hold all right so far. Alice

"You could tell It the first day. Business began a manner of thinking, our roads and :highways, are all the wet weather, the seed just has already started the battle with
plain rotted, and now have to the Bermuda grass, and we are monthly payments and you can place your
falling off right away" Bailey said. "Before the the "show window" of Bradford County, so far as our tourist
hoping that we will be able to keepit
plant again. This is the third time
turnpike opened we had six working in the restau- friends are involved, and they are impressed or otherwiseby
we've under control. Got to give the automobile with
had failure insurance Full
rant, not counting my wife, and six men on the what they see from the car as they pass through. If what January.a Next from we'll plantingin wait plants some fertilizer this week. your own agent.

pumps working shifts." they see, in the form of "window dressing" attracts more year
until the
weather settles! .
Information will be furnished
Bailey, just out of the hospital for treatment of settlers and more businesses to locate here, then the effort on request.

a heart ailment, stayed home during the sale. will be more than worthwhile, and it may be that every Looks like our long awaited When we delivered the beef to

.. dollar spent for the purpose will bring a hundred dollars spring is just about here. The Lawson's Cold Storage Market last

back as a result. weather has turned warm, the week we forgot one thing. We
this is of the tragic little
Apparently one That this can be achieved is without doubt, and has "peepers" are singing, green grassis forgot to warn them to lock the t
dramas never seen (nor looked for) by junketing been done elsewhere in hundreds of cases. Down in the growing, and the pecans are door very tight, or Comfort will FLORIDA BANK t STARKE \

politicians and "engineering experts" who go southern part of our State for example, they started with starting to leaf out. Won't be bust out of there. Even when we
North to breeze along the turnpikes and return far less natural beauty than we have here, and achieved surprised though if we still get put her in our freezer we're not
home to tell us how they have "helped" the dramatic results. In started with nothingbut some more cold weather. sure it will hold her but we are Member Florida National Group f
cases they
many .. yam
people along their route. Perhaps our investigators *
relying on the fact that she'll be (
sand hills and mosquito-breeding but with
have been riding the wrong roads. They Well, Comfort the first calf we too stiff from the cold to go far!
vision, faith, and 'hard work have transformed the areas r
might obtain much truer picture of what is
into a tourist paradise. The palm trees and various orna- .
actually ''happening if they'd get down off the
mental shrubs which line thoroughfares throughout
so -
turnpikes and ride some of the highways that
have toll roads running parallel with them. these areas did not grow that way naturally.

The reaction in widely separated sections of County Boards, Chambers of Commerce, and other No gasoline-no not a single one-has higher octane thanNO'NOX

Florida following the announcement of the pro- groups, undoubtedly planned it that way, and put the money ,
posed central Florida turnpike route, convincesus and work into the projects to bring them into reality.
What has been done elsewhere, can be done here in
more than ever that the people the "little
people" that is of Florida do not want a toll Bradford County. One important consideration, enough

road. They do not want it down the East Coast. money to get the campaign started has been pledged by the New 1955 GULF

They do not want it down the middle of the state. Board of County Commissioners. Other groups should joinin

They do not want a toll road anywhere because the effort, with both their time, brains and money, to

they know that none is needed if existing highways accomplish the desired results.

are widened and improved in the mannerto Needless to say, such a project will have to enjoy the .,
which they are entitled. complete cooperation of all interested people, if it is to .1 I
Jacksonville, St. Johns County, Orlando, and produce the best results. The sooner we can all reach the fT ,

Titusville are just a few of the widely scattered understanding that what benefits the County at large bene- !
but alone is
octane not
sections, coming to our notice, where vigorous fits each and every one of us individually the sooner this 7

opposition to the central Florida route (or any project and all others will succeed. w enough.. New No-Nox

turnpike at all) has been registered. This is en- The date of the Beautification Meeting is February 28. ,

couraging, for it indicates that the business peo- Let us all plan to contribute what we can to this worthwhile burns clean!

ple of Florida are not going to take the turnpike purpose and send a representative to the meeting. with our

lying down, in spite of a few who chant that it's ideas.Let's

"inevitable" so what's the use bucking it? all help to make Bradford County more beautiful '. 4r Only a gasoline that burns clean can make

We much prefer to take the advice of one who than it is now! ,,;: its full octane power really work for you.
has had the opportunity to observe the devastating
r r ? 1TlS E
Instead of trying to fight harmful deposits
effects of a turnpike at first hand. All she has '
: with so-called "miracle additives" inside
to say is "Get in there and fight it!" In our opin- /l :" This lamp is burning the This -
ion, that's plenty. If the "little people" of Flori- tm lamp is burning your engine-Gulf believes in preventing
da those who will be affected most adversely ii Report # "DIRTY-BURNING : ; NEW SUPER-REFIhED them from forming in the first place; removes -

will follow this advice it be v > t f '" the cause! -the "dirty-burning tail-
by a toll road can iRIL-END of gasoline : ;. ,; ;. -s' GULF NO-NOX<, the
defeated. If they don't "get in there and fight : 'i' : end" of gasoline-at the refinery.
from which GULF refines out .
it" they'll have no one to blame but themselves V fom hlBi6l6 I.. clean-burning super-fuel The plates in the photo show what a difference

when the toll road is finally built.
Watch therefore, for know Gulf super-refining makes!
neither the day nor the hour
i Congress wherein the Son of man cometh.St. .
Dr. Schweitzer's Formula -( Matthew 25, 13.) ......
If each of us were to know the ;j and clean-burning rMox
by BILLY MATTHEW exact moment which would be his '
Applied Through Red Cross last upon this earth,then we might M ? gives your engine...
'Well in that hour of
I have been very busy this past say, that last
During March the American Red Cross will day,I shall prepare myself to meet
week appearing! before various God.!But,as Christ Jesus has said, 3 y more completeprotection.
conduct its annual campaign for members and we know not..the next moment
funds in Bradford County and throughout the committees of the House relativeto might be our last-too late for re

Nation. At the same time, in an African jungle legislation of great interest to neglect demption.the Why present,then, does moment anyone m" !

one of the great men of our time will begin his our people.! On Tuesday I testified calv&tion?

42nd year in a project of selfless devotion to for a bill which would help,

mankind. Between these two seemingly unrelated I think, every school hospital and b ; n' Gulf treats new NO-NOX to protect every

events there is a strong connection. ether public institution in our cent and which is intended primarily a. part it touches against harmful deposits.
The man is Dr. Albert Schweitzer, physician, '
District. This bill concerns the to help planters with fiveor : + See for yourself: Compare clean piston
philosopher, writer and Nobel Prize winner, who c
Surplus Property Act which Congress I less acres. r : 0 "A" from engine using new NO-NOX with
has devoted most of his 80 years to running a ... '
hospital for the inhabitants of a remote jungle In passed several years ago. This past week we voted a "r piston "B" from engine using the "dirty-
recent months our schools and s
called salary increase for ; '- ri > burning tail-end"gasoline that Gulf refines -
community. He developed a principle hospitals have not been gettingthis members of 1
Reverence for Life. It is not enough, says he. surplus property as was intended the Federal Judiciary and Con- ; ?ti r. out Both pistons at left, from Gulf
do one's daily job support one's family, abide : xY-'' test engines ran the same number of hours
to by Congress and we are giessmen; I voted for amendments -
by the laws. trying now through a bill introduced which would cut down the under the same conditions.

"You must give some time to your fellow man. by Honorable John :McCormack : amounts of increase recommended .

Do something for those who have need of help Massachusetts, to give by the Judiciary Committee and
something for which you get no pay but the our public institutions a better then on the final vote. I voted Fill up with new Super-Refined G ulf NO-NOX I I

privilege of doing it," says Dr. Schweitzer. chance to get this surplus property.I for the passage of the bill. and fed the.difference, right from the start, I GULF'S PLEDGE to the motoring public i I ,

That's where the Red Cross can help each of have requested a Subcommitteeon We are now considering a most in full engine power that lasts. You'll get: I I
us Through Red Cross we can lighten the load Interior and Insular Affairs to important piece of legislature t We at Gulf make this promise to America'smotorists.

of a tornado victim, brighten the hours of a hospital continue their ,program of Saline the Reciprocal Trade Agreements More complete engine protection than I .W'e will not permit a single competitor r"'

) patient even save a life. The Red Cross Water Research. The purpose of Act. I have ,'ott'dith the President with so-called "miracle-additive" gasolines. I -no, not a single one-to offer a gasoline su-

drive March gives each of us an opportunity to this program of converting is to develop and possibilities using- our own and with Democratic the leadership party forH.R. in Extra gas mileage in the short-trip,stop- I pcrior to our own superb No-Nox. .

put into action Dr. Schweitzer's noble principleof It is sincere belief that So-\ox is the
the salt water in our oceans and 1.V(> need foreign trade and-go driving motorists do most. our I
Reverence for Life. the Gulf of Mexico. Our own for our own agriculture and industry I finest gasoline on the market today,and no matt
smoothness instant
W., ..-,-.---;;,-:'y 1.oI... ..,. a: ms..caa,411111, Eighth District is bounded on one We must also open the Stall-proof starts i ter what others do or say we will keep it the fin
TELEGRAPHEST. side by the Gulf of Mexico and on avenues of trade to our allies so fast, fuel-saving: warm-up. est-in power, in performance, in engine pro.No ,
THE BRADFORD COUNTY the other the Atlantic Ocean,
by we can keep them from
1879E turning knock, no preignitioneven in to- tection.
and we are tremendously interested to Russia. We stand in i
L MATTHEWS OWNER AND EDITOR in our water supplies of the position to lose Japan now unless we a day's high-compression engines. I This is not a boast,not a claim.It is a pledge I ,.,

FLORIDA'S OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER present and future. The University make it possible for her to trade I to you,the motoring public-a pledge backed by I Iclean'
of Florida has carried on a with us rather than to turn to I i all the resources-and the integrity-of the Gulf 1
PUBLISHED CONTINOUSLYUNDER Its super-refined..to bum !
splendid research program which communist China where most of Oil Corporation. I
may continue if Congress appropriates her trade was carried on before I
THE SAME MASTHEAD. The 55 gasoline for all high-compression engines L-----------------------1
more funds for this splen- World War II. I voted for the ,

SUBSCRIPTION RATES did research.Our Peril-Point and Escape Clause provisions -
ONE YEAR 3.00 SIX MONTHS 1.75 House Committee on Agri- of the law, which If prop- F. REGISTER & SON, DISTRIBUTOR ... GULF OIL PRODUCTS
PUBLISHED EACH FRIDAY AND ENTERED AS SECOND CLASS culture has reported favorably a erly enforced should give our In- I
MATTER AT THE POST OFFICE AT STARKE. FLORIDA UNDER bill which would increase cotton dustries in critical conditions needed PHONE 155 STARKE FLA.
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''TYTTYTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT.TTTT..T..TTTTf I Martin And LewisIn ':"' -1!'mercial i organizations in the benefits Attorney Joseph K. Skipper, :221! your answer or pleading to the complaint !1:

KEYSTONE HEIGHTS AND VICINITYBy Circus Film SOIL CONSERVATION of proper land use and affiliate Florida 3. Floridaand Title Building, Jacksonville E. K.on Perryman the Plaintiffs, Starke,Attorney Florida i
membership. file
I original In the office of and file the orglnal: In the office I
At FloridaDean Q' I Clerk of tbo Circuit Court
on of the Clerk of
i A speaking contest will be spon- or before the the Circuit Court oa
N-E-W-S or before the !
? day of
Ann James ] 1: sored by the Districts in cooperation 14 day of March, 1953; otherwise the allegations March of 195 said; !
Martin and Jerry Lewis, otherwise the allegations of eal' Complaint will '
with the State Association of ; be taken as Confessed :
A A AAAAAAA iA ALA LA ALA AL ALA AAAA AAAAAA AAAAAA LA LA AAAAA the madcap comics, have a field By Bill Haas :.. !I(Soil Conservation Districts. Comolaint by you. will > e taken as confessd by you. !.

day in "Three Circus showing I This notice hall be This notice ;:;k be published
Ring published
Election Civil Air Patrol U- S SOIL : : Plans made once each week tor I
Special II CONSERVATION .. .A are being to spon- once earn week for four consecutiv four consecutive .
held If the Florida Times- the Florida Theatre Sun- .; weeks in the Bradford weeks in the Bradford County Tele-
A special election will be you saw sor both the church development County Telegraph I

on Tuesday March 8, to fill the Union page 17, Feb. 21, you saw day through Tuesday.In SERVICE ). :T l program and Soil Stewardship Sun- Dated. this 5 day of February, rap Dated h. this I day of February,

\acancy on the town council. a good picture of the Keystone the fast-paced comedy Jerry ., day. An educational program on [1955. 1955.OFFICIAL I
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Duo ( SEAL) Charles A. Darbf
portrays ex-soldier whose
Heights Squadron Commander, a young conservation of natural resources Clerk of the Circuit Court Clerk of the Circuit Court
Lake Brooklyn Assn. Capt. Bert Christoffers. He was one ambition in life is to become NARRATIVE REPORT OF THE SUPERVISORS will be introduced into the schoolsof By Marian L. Oosby. Deputy Clerk By Marian L Crosby, Deputy Clerk. I

An interesting talk about the pictured among several other CAP a circus clown. Under the GI bill BRADFORD SOIL CONSERVATION DISTRICT the District. 2/11 4t 3,4 XUTICE TO AITEAH I

reasons for enforcing bag limitson officers, planning for a practice he gets his opportunity to reachthis :NOTICE TO APPEAR In Circuit Court.' Bradford Cvuatr.
Bradford County- Starke Florida Another goal is to get the people T. Florida
Circuit In
given by Court. Bradford Chancery.
fish and was ambition County.
and by hiring out
research rescue mission to as an
of the County to realize the ,, Florida In Cbancery.hirley Ralph Traynham, Plaintiff TS. Lorraine -
J. L. Toller at, a meeting of the test the knowledge of cadets in apprentice lion-tamer. His bestfriend January 1, 195 December 31, 1954 ;S Bertha Jennings Plaintiff Traynham Defendant.
done to
Lake Brooklyn Assn. in the Worn finding downed aircraft and administering Dean, follows along for damage our by v s. Sidney William Jennings. Defen- Case No. 10-Sil'
Nineteen hundred and fiftyfourwas them from the District wildfires dant. !Notice 'io Appear
an's Club last Saturday afternoon. first aid. These squadrons lack of anything else to do and acquires nursery '.Notice To Appear : To: Lorraine Traynham.
Glisson at the fourth year of operationor as well as observing the different The fundamental objective is to ; To: i whose
District Deputy Craig are doing fine work among a job as a roustabout.In Sidney William Jennings, residence and address Unknown.: .
and assistedin Bradford Soil Conservation District varieties of grasses and legumes obtain more and more cooperatorsin whose residence and address is: 109 You are hereby notified that a
tended the meeting the young people. no time at all the boys have Wymore Road, Winter Park, Florida suit for
presenting color films on wild- A summary of the accomp- that are planted on the nursery. the District and to have each Divorcehas

life. Church Notices befriended ,everyone In the bigtent lishments and of the weaknessesof The Board of Supervisors designated one intensify his land use program Tou are hereby notified that a been filed against you in the
from the bearded lady to the suit forDivorce above named
The Community Church women the local program has been May as Soil Stewardship by using approved soil conservation and cause and
beautiful woman boss lady, Joanne restoration of maiden you are required to serve a copy of
Duplicate Bridge Club will meet on Wed., March 2, for drawn up by the Board of Super Month. Ministers of all denomina- [ practices. name yeur answer or pleading to the complaint -
and Mrs.'E. Dru. Dean, true to fashion, manages has been filed againt you in the on the Plaintiffs
Mrs. Phylis Hussey visors. There is satisfaction for the tions throughout the District Attorney
luncheon at_ 12:30 p. m. Call Mrs. to get himself entangled romantically above named Court and cause and I E. K. Ferryman. Starke Florida
P. Menzen were high with 30 1-2 A. Malgrem for reservations at work done and a determination to were invited to take part in the OTICE OF INTENTION TO you are required to serve a copy of.. and file the original In the officeof

points In the duplicate play held 4146. with the lovely Miss step up the program where weak observance of Soil Stewardship REGISTER FICT1TI018 NAME your answer or pleading to the com the Clerk of the Circuit Courton
Dm and also with the high plaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney or before the 7 day of March,
flying Notice Is that
Mrs. W. hereby given the
Monday night. Mr. and ness has been found. Sunday. Many of the ministers in 1 under Fred Butler, 1309 Barnett Bank 1955; otherwise the allegation
James Colville of New York undersigned the provisions
P. Boyd were second high withme a trapeze queen. played by stunningZes The Bradford Soil Conservation' the District accepted the f Chapter 20,953 Laws of Florida Building Jacksonville 2, Florida of said Complaint will be taken as
mber of the Southeastern Regional Zes Garbor. invitationA and file the original in the office of confessed by you.
cts of 1941, will register with the
and Mrs.
28. Mrs. Clara Ridaught and devoted one Sunday in May to the Clerk of the This
District with headquarters in Circuit Court on notice shall be published
Conference Christian or
of the Jerry, however sticks to hisguns Clerk of the Court in and for Bradford -
H. Dona were in third place the discussion before the once ekch week for tour consecutive
H. of soil
Starke Fla. stewardship. County, State of Florida,
Business Men's Association was organized by ,
and 14 day of March -eeks in
gavea the
eventually gets to be a 1955; Bradford County Tele-
in the vicinity receipt of proof of publication of
with 27 1-2. Friends The Board instrumental
farmers of the County in May 1950. was in otherwise the allegations of graph.
stirring talk at the service lastSunday clown. His rendition of the floppytrousered this notice. the fictitious name of said
and winter visitors who wish to in the absence of Dr. Hollwho paint-faced buffoon is'said Supervisors of the District are V. getting the services of a farm The Versatile Co. under which I am Complaint fes!'ed by you.will be taken as con- 1955.Dated this 1 day of Fibruary,

play may call the director at 3711 was in Orlando.A to be magnificent.The R. Ferguson, chairman, Lloyd! orester for the County. Don Cham- engaged St., Starke in business Fla. at 314 X. Cherry This notice shall be published OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby

or the president, :Mrs. W. P. Boyd,I Green vice-chairman J. White pion, Farm Forester for the Florida once each week for four consecutive: Clerk of the Circuit Court
each: business meeting of St. Anne'iEpiscopal exciting panorama of the That the parties interested in said weeks in the Pvadford County Tele- By Mrrian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
at GR5-2641. The club Forest Service, was appointed business: are: Phil P. Vitsky, sole graph.
Foster Shi Smith and Zedra Hamilton 244tV15FILL
in the I Guild was held at the circus life is brilliantly etched bythe !owner, :311: N. Cherry St.. Starke.: Dated this 9 1
Monday at 8 p. m. Woman's'I to Bradford County as Farm Forester day of February, -
members and G. T. Huggins, ''Fla.'
I home of Mrs. Blizzard on Lake camera and the 'result is a 1955.

Club. I Brooklyn with the president Mrs. :realistic and pungent view of the Secretary.Cash in October. I! Dated this 18th day of February, (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. DarbJ
1 I the ,A I).. 1955 at Starke, Bradford Clerk of the Circuit Court DIRTGOOD I
Bridge Parties I LeMay, and the secretary, Mrs. I big-top in action. crops in the District con- During year more and more I.County, Florida. By; Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk

Mrs. Frank M. Walrath Jr. en Wm. Beck, in charge of the pro. I I sist of tobacco, sweet corn, straw- cooperators used the districtowned I 2'1S 4t 3/11 2/11 4t 3/4.NOTICE

tertained her bridge club on Wed gram.Xev 1 Yvonne DeCarlo berries, Irish potatoes, beans, pep-, implements, and were chargeda !I TO APPEAR RICH

at her home on per, squash, watermelons, and, modest rental. At present the .NOTICE TO APPEAR In Circuit Court Bradford County
Feb. 16, In The Circuit Conn Ol Bradford
nesday Lake ,Geneva with three tables Business Opens !And Cornel WildeIn other truck crops. General farm District owns five pieces of equip. I uuulf Florida. In Chancery. Mabel Florida Franklin In Chancery.Plaintiff TOP SOILSee

decorations were in Elmer W. Livingston and Harry crops for livestock feed occupy ment, a rotary mower, weed chop Shirley Carter, Plaintiff. Marvel Franklin Defendant. vs. WillIam ,
at play. The : I Park Film rarttr, Defendant.: Case No. 10-874
Blackman from Palatka and Green I fertilizer Case No. 10-850
Washington motif, I the.largest portion of the cropland, per distributor seeder ;Notice To Appear: Notice To Appear.To .
little cherry trees and Cove Springs have rented the Primitive California when itI I eacn year. The return from the cultipacker. and grain drill. i To: Marvel Carter whose residence : William Franklin, whose I
featuring and address is: Unknown.
corner lot and office on the Stewart sale of cattle and hogs amounts to WEAKNESSES residence and address is: Newton,
the dessert was individual cherry was the stamping ground for land- 'I I You are hereby notified that a suit North Carolina. BILL JACKSON
won property and will open a more than the return from all of the There for Divorce You
Elizabeth Campbell were some things theBoard are hereby notified that a I
Mrs. grabbers, law-breakers and ter-
pies. [has tern filed against you in the Jackson Transfer
used car business on March 1. cash suit for Company
combned. The return
high prize. lorists, is the violent setting for crops attempted t0 do that were j I'above named Court and cause and Divorcehas
Sunderland and Mrs from timber and timber products I I only partially successful. I you are required to serve a copy of been filed against Phone 165
Mrs. It N. Recieves Citation "Passion" at the Park Theatre '''your answer or pleading to the com- you in theabove \
I is beginning to show increase named Court and cause and
three an ,,
C. G. Denny entertained with John Bird, ground safety director Sunday through Tuesday. Cornel Drainage is a major problem of r plaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney you are required to serve a copy of
the it is now in fourth in I T. Frank Landrum Starke, Fla.
tables at dessert bridge in of the 6332 Air Base Wing, Wilde and Yvonne DeCarlo havethe place money this District. Due to conflicting and file the original in the office

home of Mrs. Sunderland, Thursday Kadena Air Base, Okinawa, was starring roles. returned to the County. view-points in different areas in I'of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on I
High [ The majority of the farmers in or before the JOHNSON & COMPANY
Feb. 17, at 1:30 p.m. recently presented with a certificate The story, based on actual incidents I the District. no overall drainage I I 21 day of March, 1955;
Elizabeth the District
score went to Mrs. of achievement by Col. JohnA. concerns a vaquero who are supplementing plan has been agreed upon. Until 1 ,otherwise the allegations of said
and second high to Mrs. their income by working in.the different Complaint will be taken as confessed CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS
Campbell such time when
Meek of the 20th Air Force. tracks down a band of killers who a a major drainage by

C. T. Smith. ThAn e award is given quarterly to have burned his hacienda and kill- industries that are rapidly system is established, individual I This you.notice shall be publishedonce Wish to announce that in order to
8 o'clockwas serve our Starke
at springing in Bradford week
for four
evening party the Air Force the he had up County. problems cannot be once consecutiveweeks
Base d
having Spanish beauty completely ('lit'ntse Hill be in
in the Starke
Bradford each
also given by Mrs. Sunder then I,This condition is improving the County Tele- Saturday through the Income
lowest accident experience. ej to marry. How he stages a solved. graph.
and Mrs. Denny, with four and Tax filing period from 10 ajn. to 5 p.m. We will be located
land living economic standards of. While I I I Dated this 16 day of February
won for the last quarter in 1954. one-man man-hunt and falls in progress has been made in
Canasta. -
tables of bridge and one of .the farmers, but in turn it is establishing 1955. in the Ferryman Building on S. Court Street behind Koch's
won high Mr. Bird is the son of Mrs. Ella love with the younger sister of hisdead arousing interest in soil conserva OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darb)
Mrs. Clara Ridaught a one of Clerk Drug Store. We be reached in Starke at P. O. Box
Bird. sweetheart provides action, crop system tion methods and practices thereis of the Circuit Court. may 67S or
second I. ,
: E. T. By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
score Phone 372
farming. Without an intensive soil I and in Jacksonville at 2720 Park Street
dramatic conflict and wellsustained still a number or
at large of farmers
Hook third 2/18 4t 3/11
: _
:Mrs. Macy
and Personal Items! building and conservation program, I I -
Canasta Mrs. romance. not taking advantage of the services ;
bridge. In the game Lt. and Mrs. E. K. Goethe of [this type of farming will NOTICE TO APPEARIn Phone EV8-3332
cause a
Cornel Wilde has his most offered.
Dean won high and Mrs. one of Due to the poor market Circuit Court. Bradford County
Marion Trenton, N. J. and their children rapid decrease in the
second. romantic roles as the vengeful productivityof for beef today many farmersare Florida In Chancery' '
Betty Manown Kem and Bobbie, spent a few days the soil. Evencie Lee Imms, Plaintiff. vs.
vaquero.and Yvonne DeCarlo portrays hesitant in developing permanent !Arthur E. Slmms, Defendant.
:\lrs. Terry IlosteS' with her grandparents, :Mr. and the dual role of the two sis ACCOfPUSll3IENTThere pastures. 1 Case No. 10966Notice CHARLES W. JOHNSON, JR., C.P.D.A. .

On Thursday evening, Feb. 17 r, Mrs. F. M. Walrath Sr. at their. ters. | were 66 cooperators at th Send GOALS I To Appear
: To Arthur E Simms.: whose res- L. JR.
Mrs. Bill Terry entertained home on Lake Geneva. Lt. Goethe of 1953. At the end of this ,
at 8 o'clock Spectacular California scenery, year: The first goal of the coming! ,, dente and address is: Unknown.

at her home in Putnam is a jet plane flyer, and flies ranging from the southern territory there were 103, an increase of 37.The year will be to interest more persons i I!,ult You for are hereby notified itdi a

Hall with three tables of bridge around and over Washington, D. near the Mexican border to goal set for this year was 50 both rural and urban, in the I 1 Divorcenas I Member of the American Institute of Arcoutants, the Fla.

and two of Canasta. High C. the snow-covered mountains near ;cooperators, this goal was not objectives of the soil conservation ]I i been filed against you in the Institute of C.P.A.'s and enrolled to practice before the
above named Court and cause and
was won by :Mrs. Laura Southerland Mr. leached due to the lack of II I I'I. U. S. '
and Mrs. John powers entertained Sonora, forms a picturesque personnel program. vou are required to serve a copy of Treasury Department

second by Mrs. E. P. Menzen, at dinner in honor of his ground for the exciting back-I and funds available. In add! Another aim is to interest com- 'I.your answer or pleading to the I
complaint on the Plaintltf'e!
Mrs. Phylis Husseyin
and third by father and mother, Mr. and Mrs tion, there are 53 farmers who

bridge. In Canasta Mrs. John Leo Powers. Mr. Powers has been TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTVLAWTEY have signed up for technical conservation -
Hall was high at one table and
a heavy contributor to the Worn assistance.The .

Worthington at the other. an's Club library. total acreage now under

Birthday Dinner conservation plans is 69,411 increase WhaththelVEWnews the'55 ?
Miss Anna McCullough was H. Haberstroh from Valparalso an in cars
of 51,603 for this Of
honored with a birthday dinner by Ind. is expected here on year.

her niece, Mrs. :Mary K. Schaeffer, March 4 to visit his brother, Jack I by I.. II. Fulrh this total, 3,186 acres are in improved -

at her home on Peach St. in the Haberstroh. S A&AAAAA AAA A LA AAAA LA ALAA pasture, and 52,075 acres

Highlands. The dinner was followed Shirley Glover tells me that her under woodland protection. ".
Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Richards left
During the
by a game of bridge. :Mrs brother, Billy Harger, is expecting Friday to return to Jackson, S. C. planted in year acres were 1 .
cover In this .
McCullough is a retired i to come home about March 20 crops. .
after spending several months herewith power
Pa. connection, it is noticeable V 8 A
Monongahela. -
from and will be discharged from the their daughter, Mrs. Preston fewer and Is tt '93'2.fOld *
and'is spending her third winter! Air Force then fewer farmers are burning it s\nce\ <
four years'service. Green, and family.Mr. i 'bad
off crop residues. There b as "Woaits
here in Keystone. Last wasa bay
September he came and Mrs. James Anders of d V 'I

Demonstration Club home with his English wife, a Palatka' spent the weekend with marked increase in the burningof '1-8 1i.fiIJ.OCJ is more v

Liverpool girl, and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. J. woodlands this year. Most of I _.. first \0 offer a ._.a been bWlt...._ JIlSIuf p S ***'
The regular meeting of the Keystone : spent a month the woods fires were set which rOI'fi r ced car. ....ft en 0".n" .. j
here with his Anders. in ao"p -
Heights, Lake Geneva and mother, Mrs. C. S. caused e.6-" -av.s.

McRae H. D. C. was held in the Harger, on Lake Brooklyn. Since Miss Sanda Crawford of Tampa small considerable damage to P& .mce the n193j .

Woman's Club on Wednesday, Feb. then he has been stationed at the I'I was visiting her father, J. E. l large timber woodland owners as well as in '- Q j ajtit I

16, at 1:30 p.m. Mrs. L. E. Harris Sampson.Air Base, Geneva, N. Y. Crawford, and family lat week. A companies. '? ,<, etr11 .
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Gault, Mrs. regular weekly column entitled I
was in charge, and Mrs. Emma Mrs. J. J. Bidleman, an aunt of

Lamoreaux gave an interestingtalk Mrs. Axel Malmgren, from Santa C. W. Tatum, and Tom Tatum returned "Bradford Soil Conservation & ft A *

on the preparation of meats Anna, Cal., is visiting Mr. and recently from a visit with, District News," written by Bill cL battel ., ? n S11Spe
and vegetables for deep freeze Mrs. Malmgren at their home in friends in Bear Creek, Ala. Soil Conservationist, appeared oil "luerf/ .
Miss Gault the in the ,
Sammy spent Bradford
Mrs. Rowen Thomas, County
storage. Lake View Highlands.Mr. .
clothing chairman, gave helpful weekend with friends and relativesin Telegraph. The Telegraph con- '% Q /s ?
and Mrs. J. D. Sasser from Jacksonville. tinued its Jcea
members in outstanding
suggestions to assist cooperationwith
making clothes to be modelled at Palatka moved to Keystone recently -, I Miss Ola Mae Phillips spent the the District in its informational hJ3 .

on l and we hear that Mrs. Sasser,weekend with her brother, C. W., and educational d ', *
the Achievement Day program program by Lswwer'lssvri Wo *
March 25 at the VIA building in ; makes some good-looking and .I rhillips, and his wife in Waldo. publishing the District's Fourth i S .

Green Cove. Refreshments were II good eating birthday cakes. II!i S. H. Thompson of Lake Butlerwas Anniversary Edition. Articles also TT /

served ,by the hostess, Mrs. Daniel Dr. and Mrs. Christoffers left a guest of relatives in Lawtey appeared periodically in the **
from here for a much Thursday of last week. Florida -
J. Sullivan. I II very needed Times-Union, Kilowatt and .
rest last Thursday, and went fish : Mr. and Mrs. Wright Crosby of Gainesville Daily Sun. ..

Hayuood L. ::' ehOfl I Il i .Gainesville were Sunday afternoon .
A 12-acre ? ..
nursery plot for demonstration
Word has been received of the: ing.Sgt.. Wm. i guests of relatives here. and (9Is ft hood-high fenders
Schroeder from purposes the
L. Nelson on Camp [I Ed Teston of from pro-
death of Haywood Tampa spent L .
\.... Stewart near Savannah duction of new and
Jan. 13 as the result of a heart' spent the i Sunday to Tuesday with his par grasses introduced them in 1852
weekend with his Mr. is in operation. This land is Ford
parents, and I
: pro-
ents Mr.
attack. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson owned and Mrs. Elaine Testone. v
Mrs. F.V.. Schroeder on LakeBrookl'Il vided under a 10-year agreement hi look of tto ear.VAJ .
Lake Mr. and Mrs. R. A. the long,low
a home at one time on Harley and I with the FFA > 1952 Ford brougtt ft
and the "
Geneva and later lived for a year; daughters, Mary and Dora, and I with the boys help fcSjtawfctt .. S

at LaCresta Apartments. :Mr. ; Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Pruette of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Clayton all I District project. People of the : .

son had been a dispatcher on Nel-I Sarasota and Memphis, Tenn. are,''of Dorchester. S. C. and Mr. and the are taking advantage of

gia railroads for many years, retiring visiting their son-in-law and daugh.1 I''Mrs.. Lonnie Harley of Starke were planting material available to

because of a cerebral accident ter, Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Carpenter, f Sunday guests. of Mrs. A. H. Harley ;[weekend guests of her sister, Mrs. .
Sr. -
about 12 years ago, which on Lake Swan. I Jimmy Crawford, and family. = ,-
Ernest Wells of Ft. Va. _
impaired the use of his left side I! And speaking of fishing, George['spent from Saturday to Story Tuesday. children of High Springs were rfjj

to a great extent. Previous to this' Watson caught an eleven pound I :with his mother Mrs. Mae Wells. Billy Crawford a former studentof Vf*
accident he artist bass last week the Lawtey School, f <*< & u
was an aIn 1 off the John B. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Prevatt have recently arrived -

played the violin very well. Dye beach on Lake Geneva. I('moved from Lawtey to the State home after a year with the

spite of his Mr. Nelson 1 Army in Korea and is now looking
We are happy to report that L Farm where he is employed.Mr. forward
was always cheerful, kind and:. Mrs. Daisy Mansfield came home I I and Mrs. Glenn Williamson [ an early discharge.
Gary Bennett *** "
good company. There will be a va-I. from the hospital and is doing of Jacksonville spent the welkend' to suffer had the misfortune /-f
a broken
cant seat under the trees at veVy well. The operation for cata[with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.T. basketball game last foot in a J

Cresta. here in Keystone, for along racts was a complete success. She Bennett.Mr. :Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Friday Young night.and #J

time. Surviving him are his will not and Mrs. C. O. Crumb of:
completely uncover hereyes j children. Robbie, Jimmie, and
wife. Susan and his daughter, Mrs. for any length of time for Memphis, Tenn. spent last week Jonette, of Athens spent the weekend
Voce Calvit of end with relatives in
sometime yet, which is routine Mr. Lawtey. : with Mr. and Mrs. A. C. wx.iW..
and Mrs. Charles
'iIL a"lh'l'! ;.".:MI! i orders in such cases. I Pearce.
Mrs. Paul B. were Friday evening guests of Mr. i The First
FOR Murphy was in Baptist Church just
end Mrs.
H. E. Dixon in Lake
Penney Farms and St. Augustine last week closed a very successful
MADE TQ ORDER last Friday and Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Tatum and revival which ran for two weeks The is Thunderbird Styling
attend-I during which a total of 22
ing festivities in new '" .
Wedding Cakes A SpecialtyCall the wedding of her nephew, Lt. son relatives of Ripley in, Miss were guestsof ,members were added to the church .. It's not the look you saw in any of last year's cars. It's : 5)1t

MIIS. II. LAl'PE Donald Johnson of Green Cove Mr. and Mrs.Lawtey E. L. Massey last week.and ,roll. Rev. W. H. Brown was the f: the new look inspired by the Thunderbird. And it set the 4'/4 VeI

9501 (Hotel Thomas) ,Springs. son spent the weekend with the visiting evangelist.Due styling for Ford's '551 lines. '

Gainesville Ma. I Mrs. Howard Tucker of Smith E. Donaldson family in Lee. I to the illness of Dr. W. G. 0,.4;

., ,. ,[Alldridge, Rev.
,. .. I Troy Wakefield
r" I of
11'.i'' ''''' Lake, and Mrs. L. E. Harris and Miss Hazel Crawford of Jacksonville -

I Mrs. W. R. Thomas attended a spent the weekend with] the Gainesville Methodist conducted services at 'The NEWS is Trigger-Torque Power ;
Church fJG1J.q&I
BEWARE ['luncheon given by Mrs. Sue Murphy her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack both morning and Sunday p. "V,

county home demonstrationagent Crawford.Mr. evening. He It's trigger-quick "CO which can obey your commands 40.
also /
COUGHS FROM COMMON in honor of past and immediate and Mrs. Charles Dinkinsand Sunday.expects to be here again next in 7/100 of a second-four times faster than you can wink.

COLDS THAT HANG ON presidents throughout the daughters were business visitors -

Chronic bronchitis may develop if county on Feb. 14. Plans were to Jacksonville Tuesday after

your! cough,chest cold,or acute bronchitIS made for the Achievement Davi noon. P. The NEWS is Angle-Poised RMe
IS not treated and I D.Proven
you cannot Mr. and Mrs. Grant Green and Q.
program to be held on March 25 .
afford less to take a chance than with any medicine at the v. I. A. building in Green Edison Green of Madison were An advanced form of Ball-Joint Suspension which not only

Foe!into potent the bronchial Creomuhion.system: to hclp It Cove Springs. guests of the W. P. Green familyone Dependable Quick swallows the big bumps, cut also minor flaws, to mak. ,

loosen and day last week. Protein even smooth roads ride smoother. .
expel germ laden phlegmand :Mrs. Camille Stewart, has purchased Vitamin Mineral
aid nature to soothe and heal rawtcnderinfaniedbroncbjalmembranes. the home Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dinkins of
formerly owned SupplementsFOR
: Anthony were relatives
Creomulsion: blends by Rev. Rather, and is now living here
beechwood during the weekend.

creosote by special process with other there, having rented her property Mrs. G. W. Roberts Sr., Mrs ALL LIVESTOCKThe

contains time-tested medicines for coughs. It I to the new Keystone Motor Co. Effie finer, Mrs. A. H. Harley Sr.and Andrews Motor Company
no narcotics. Mrs. Ted Oglesby entertained
[ Mrs. Edward Whelan .
Get a large bottle spent
of Creomulsion: at .her class of intermediate Farmers
your drug store.Use it all as directed. :the First girls of Wednesday of last week In Ocala Supply10th

CreomuWon.)is guaranteed to Baptist Church with a attending the Gainesville District
please steak dinner and Cherry Sis. MADISON AM ADAMS STS. PHONE 118 STARKE FLA.
you or druggist refunds money. Adv. I at her home last Meeting of the Methodist W.S.C.S. ,
week. 51-W Starke, Fla.

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SSSSSflSrSflsr fl ssrsrssss I SSStJSSSSStSSIt_ Miss SweeneyWill Mrs. \Varren '
Ebling Stokes-Davis Cub Pack Meeting has been filed against :you in the'above Telephone Company, ln' fr
named Court and cause and authority increase
Leave Soon Is Honor Guest ,Engagement Set For MondayThe 'you are required to serve a copy of and charges for telephone ser
your answer or pleading to the
com ice furnished through its
exchanges -
For Work In Brazil At Lovely ShowerMrs. plaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney at ETooker, Intrrlachw.
4 S : next Cub Pack 70 meetingwill I T. Frank Landrum, Starke, Fla McIntosh. Melrose Oraiik.'
land file the original in the office Springs and Waldo.
Warren Ebling of Starke be held in the Methodist |jof the Clerk of the Circuit Courton At said time and place all .'

the former Thelma Ruth Barton I i I lecreation building Monday night, or before the terested parties will be pin: U.I
L : ::!S day of March 1955; o
opportunity to be fully heard
who I Ii Feb. 28, at 7:30: o'clock. Highlight otherwise the allegations of
was married recently, was I' said WITNESS the hand of the Kecutive \-
: the of the meeting will be a Complaint will be taken as confessed Secretary of the Florida
inspiration for a delightfu.. by you.
Gladys Mooty -, miscellaneous shower given Thursday color movie" "Tour of the United This notice shall be published Railroad mission this and 17th Public day Utilitus of Fbru.tr C>-n-\ ,
--- States. Refreshments will be once each week for four consecutive 1 1955,
Phone 35 afternoon by her sister, Mrs.II served by Den Two Mothers.All "weeks. in the Bradford County Telegraph -"I Boiling O :':tln'Y;
v sssrsrtSsss -rrsflSSSSrSSSSsfltr II IIIIIII-I Olin EXfTTln"HETAY: : :
White Jr.
I Cub Scouts having complttedhandcraft Dated this 23 day of February, 'T.CS g :i :
Hair Style Show \Vainwright-Alderman %I Graceful arrangements of spring projects are requestedto !(1955.OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby I _, ,

StS flowers were placed at points oil bring them to be placed on the Clerk of the Circuit Court ,,: ;: _._.:. o. __' :

Set For March .1 1 Miss Susy Rae Alderman, daughter interest throughout the White1' exhibit tables. The Cubmaster By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy 2 25 4t Clerk 315 t

I of Mrs. H. C. Fisher of Live home to decorate for the occasion I will present awards. j I Wash Your Clothes
The Junior Woman's Club will Oak and George M. Alderman of and lovely garden blossoms in a Church or school officials, with FICTITIOUS MME> TOHKC.IMKH I
sponsor a Hair Style Show Tues Melrose, was united In marriageto 'w' :5 low bowl centered the dining table k. WJp I fathers and mothers, who will Notice is ,hereby given that theundersigned 9 Pounds

day night, March 1, at 8 o'clockin Edward Joseph Wainwright Jr. Two appropriate games were sponsor Cub SPout groups in Chapter 20.953 under Laws the of provisionsof Florida

the Woman's Club. Admissionwill of Hawthorne, son of Mrs. Currie \\Zffi: ? played during the afternoon and rooker, Hampton, Lawtey or other Acts of 1941, will register with the For 40c!
; Clerk of the Court in and for Brad-
be 50 cents and tickets may Pool Atlanta and E. J. Wainwright : communities, are Invited to at-
prizes were awarded to the win .. ford County, State of Florida, upon
be purchased from club membersor of Starke, on Jan. 23 at ners. Mrs. Ebling was the recipientof .5 tend. receipt of proof of publication of FREE Bleach If Desired!
at the: door. Several door .S. \ this notice the fictitious name of
3 p.m. The double ring ceremony many lovely and useful gifts 5 S Supervision for younger children Doctors Hospital under which I am
prizes will be given away. .St will be engaged in business at 301 West aWe
provided at the
Rev. Fred
was performed by meeting so
AU local beauty shops will take from the 24 guests. Call St., Starke, Fla.
Yerkes at Elian Baptist Church, Mrs. White presented Mrs. Eb- that both parents of Cub Scouts Dr. Calvin J. Houpt. 333 Walnut
part showing the latest coiffuresfor I Will
Melrose. may attend. St. Starke, Fla, sole owner.
all occasions. Local women ling with a laundry basket as a Dated this !::rd day of February
and children will model the hair Following a reception at the memento of the occasion. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Stokes of For further information contact A.D. 1955 at Starke, Bradford Dry Your Clothes

styes. church, the couple left for a wed Brooker announce the engage- Cub Pack 70, Box 55, Starke; or County. Florida. 2/25 4t S/18 For 20cIn

ding trip to Atlanta and Alabama ment of their daughter, Sylvia phone 249-W after 6 p.m. -

before returning to Melrose. Since Mary Laura Andrews I June, to Leslie Alvin.. Davis of I Kl.OItllli DOCKET 1t.IU10U'XD NO.4233TP New Automatic Driers!

Mrs. Currie HonoreeAt Jan. 30 they have been residing in Miss Norma May Sweeney of Weds Mr. Turner i!Hampton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Howe Thanks !I t 1'1 uLie IT1LIT1KS- COMMISSION.to.

San Antonio Texas, where Mr. Gainesville, formerly of Hampton (Jeff Davis of Graham. The wed- I MNTl VK TELEPHONECOMPANY e

Stork ShowerMrs. Wainwright is a tactical instruc- will sail in a few weeks from New ding will take place in the early Mrs. Marian Howe, Chamber of : INC.and : .
I' -
C. L. Currie was honored tor at Lakeland Air Force Base. Orleans, La. for Recife, Pernam- spring. Commerce secretary, extends her ALL OIlIERITIItEsTEu
The bride-elect and her fianceare appreciation to the Junior and: : PUtTIES:
buco, Brazil. :Miss Sweeny is serv- TheVasheteria\
at a stork shower. Monday night I NOTICE is hereby given that the I
School ing as a missionary to children graduates of Bradford High Senior Woman's Club members Florida Railroad and Public Utilities
Feb. 14, following the regular bimonthly -Sunday under the International Child School, class of 1954. Miss Stokesis who took care of the office while <'i>mmis-ion will hold a public hearing I Temple Are. Starke

meeting of the BetSigma Class Has PartyMrs. Evangelism Fellowship, Inc., with employed as an operator at the she was at (he State Fair in i\:!. I'lln at;; lOll, 11the I A..f... ls".pal Thursday Parish Mar.'ht i I i illoiii
Phi at the home '
sorority headquarters in Pacific Palisades. Southern Bell Telephone Co. inS Tampa. UO'KIT0.in Mt'lnt: Floi. 4::.ila:J-TP T-it:.:: '_i--.. '.:= : _'/
of Mrs. Gene Long. Eva Anderson's Sunday; Calif. Gainesville. Mr. Davis is fnishin, I i On tin appluaiion of Santa Fe

Mrs. V,c Frees, president, pre- school class of the Baptist church I 5 his training as a meat-cutter with CE.'IETEIWORKIXG

sided over* the business meeting.Mrs. I She is a graduate of Bradford p_ % the A & P Store of Gainesville. There will be a working at the!|
met at the home of :Mrs. R. L High School, and received her I '
Ann Franz of Jacksonville, I Sapp Cemetery on Tuesday, March MUTUAL INSURANCE
Lawson Tuesday evening for theiilegular Bachelor of Arts degree in Chris- r
1. All interested j
Executive Director of the Amer- BP\V Members persons are urged II
tian Education at William Jen-
monthly meeting with 12 to come prepared to work.
ican Cancer Society, an interesting
gave Takes The LeadFor
nings Bryan University, Dayton, Will ContributeTo I .
talk during the program. present.
Tenn. Miss Sweeny is a former OTICH 11KL\TMK TO CLOSING
Over A Year Our Agency Has Offered Reduced
The installation of new officers The devotional was given by resident of Hampton and has made National Home PORTION OF I-\1-: ::,) !VIIIKKTS
will take place at the next meet-I TO WHOM: IT MAY CONCERN: Rates To Families Having Under Aged Female Drivers
her home in Gainesville for the
Mrs. Lawson. Following the regu You will take notice that a pub-
ing Feb. 28 at the President lice hearing will be held the
Monday night past two years.Methodist. Pat Lambe presidedover by City
lar business and program session Council of the City of Brooker, Flor- CONTACT US CONCERNING TIllS
home of Mrs. Albert Lee. the regular meeting of the
I ida. at its meeting room in the City AND OTHER MUTUAL SAVINGS
the hostess served a salad course. local BPW Club held Monday nightin Hall in Brooker. Florida. on the
WSCS the Catholic Center. 14th day of March. A.D., 1S55! at 7:30:

I Met At Church Pansy Quigley of Green Cove o'clock property P.M., on owners the petition of the of below abutting Doyle E. Conner Insurance Agency

See This Amazing Value! l and Dorothy Milberger of Penney streets the, which petition of was spread
upon minutes a meeting of
I The regular business and program Farms, members of the local said City Council held February i3.I
: group, brought three new memberso 1955 requesting that said Council 129 W. Call St. Phone 285
meeting of the MethodistW.
close, vacate and abandon that
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Ernest' the club from Green Cove: Anita of the unused platted streets portion -
S. C. S. was held Monday afternoon
ROOM Andrews of New River announce Querio, Lee Dunnavant, and her inafter described and renounce.
8GROUP in the church sanctuary with and disclaim any right of the City
the marriage of their daughter, Ollie Scott Dolly Sullivan also rejoined of Brooker and the public in and to
president, Mrs. E. K. Perry ]Mary Laura, to Shelby Lamar J the club. the land lying within said portion of
man, presiding. : said streets; said portion of said
Turner, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. The State BPW slogan is "Stab- platted streets being described as*
Mrs. Robert Sommer had charge Turner Sr. of Jacksonville. ilize, plus 5 for 55." With the addition follow:
of the program and gave an in-i The wedding was an event of of these four members, the I. In Florida Ward) according City (now to Brooker.plat of I

... ....... a----- cresting talk on "New Ventureson Feb. 5 at the home of the officiating l local club has "stabilized" and same recorded in I'lat Pook 1 on
will now work to five page 21 in the Public Records of
Old Roads." The highlight ol minister, Rev. R. Grady Snow- get more Bradford County Florida; of details are managed and economic-

r. : I her talk was a story she told about den, pastor of the First Baptist I members.The National Federation is plan- 1.60 feet MICHIGAN wide, running AVENUE from being the ally attended that only a trained and

: .i' David Livingston and his life ir: Church of Arlington.The ning to buy a building in Washington Easterly right-of-way line of careful organization can attend when
:71 State IJoad No. 18 on the We-
Africa. Mrs. Sommer mentionec bride graduated from Brad- D. C. for the National to US intersection with a Northerly the urgent need for serving i is at

-,.... I the fact that her husband who was ford High School and is presently home, and each of the 165,000 prolongation of the Easterly hand.
boundary line of Lot 11 or
born in Africa missionary employed in Jacksonville. Mr.,Tur- members is asked send
t of parents to a contri- Block 8 on the East and said portion -
r was named for Mr. Livings. ner attended Stetson University, bution. The Starke club voted to Michigan Ave. here described
served three in the U. S. lying between Block 6 DeWITT C. JONESPhone
T ton. years be represented 100 per cent in this and the Westerly portion of Block
Army and is now associated with project. 5 on the North and Block 7 and Fla.
Mrs. F. S. Smith had charge oj I the Westerly portion of Block Son 7 Starke,
his father in business.Mr. .
Concerning the home mail delivery the South. _eee-en ssssflsfl
the devotional which was correlated I and Mrs. Turner are residing project, Mildred Doyle: reported 2. LIME STREET. being 60 feet

; with the program.Homemakers at 5551 Arlington Boulevard, that Postmaster G. J. Mc- wide right-of-way, running from line the of the Northerly Sea-- Funeral Director Ambulance ServiceOur

Griff Jr. to board Air Line Railroad Company
[Arlington. expects start his sur- -
local funeral home enables us to offer convenience mi
on the South to its Intersection -
Class vey 1 and will call on
with a Westerly pro- services not otherwise available.
the BPW if needed. longation of the Northerly bound-
Gives Stork ShowerThe Pupils Plans were completed for a bale ary line of Clock 5 on the North _
and said street lying between ee np Sssfl Sr ssssSSfl s. ss S srsns.-rfl-r'6 ss..
Attend FestivalSeveral sale to be held Sat., March 5, at Blocks 6 and 7 on its Westerlyside
Homemakers Sunday School 10 a.m. in front of the old Setzer's and Blocks 5 and 8 on its We furnish the highest type service at lowest prices, and

I class of the First Baptist Church students from the Louise store. 3.Easterly THAT side.CERTAIN ALLEY being accept ANT life Insurance policy In force, Imed by ANY

met recently at the home of Mrs. Stern Music Studio attended the Hostesses at this meeting were 20 feet wide, running throughthe company, as payment-in part or In full on a funeral.
center of Blocks 7 and 8
LeRoy Norman Jr. with Betty Byrdas District Festival of the Florida Pat Lambe and Gladys Green. allel to Michigan Ave. from par-the Consultation carries no obligation.

co-hostess. Federation of Music Easterly right-of-way line of _fl.9fl.SSsSrrSSSSSSSSSSSSS_S. SSSSSSS SSSSSSSS
Clubs at theJ.
(Actual Photograph On Our Display Floor) State Road No. 18 on the West
During the business session J. Finley school auditorium in Mr. And Mrs. Green to its intersection with a South- .l:..
Mrs. Lavern Outlaw erly prolongation of the Easterly
presided over by Gainesville last
One Sofa Bed All For Only Saturday. At boundary line of Lot 11 of Block
it decided Home
president, was to Those attending were Barbara: Sunday 8 on the East. '
One Platform Rocker change the meeting date from the All interested parties may appear !
Blankenship, Perman Roberts. Honoring NewlywedsMr. and be heard at the time and placeabove I
third Thursday to the third Tuesday -
Two Step End Tables 9S in each month. Buster Partin, Marilyn Hernwall i Dated specified.this February 2S: l95.s ;). I
I Kay Hart, Carolyn Vickers, Linda and Mrs. Lloyd James Green ( ) S.V.. GREEN City Clerk.

One Coffee Table ] I hostess After the Mrs.business Norman session, the Kay Sale, Barbara Matchett, San.I were at home to their relative It 2/251
was surprised I
Two Table Lamps with a stork shower. Games dra Mary Carmichael K. Barbara Bates.I I Sunday afternoon from four to six I In (irruit NOTICE('vurt TO, Bradford APPEAR County
Wainwright, Nancy Bates. o'clock
were played with Mrs. L. N. Pickering honoring son-in-law Florida: In Chancery
One Loop Rug and Maynez Priest winning I Gail Duke, and Barbara Lance. !}I and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Rich. Norma Sadler Plaintiff, vs. Martin
Sadler, Defendant.
prizes. Mrs. Norman received L All of these students played in:ard Duane Cunningham. Case No. 10-883

many lovely and useful gifts. the piano solo event and each received The party rooms of the Green \oUfe To To Martin Appear Sadler whose ren- Sewing Machine Operators
a certificate
Refreshments were served bythe from the National home were attractively decorateo dence and address is: 3505 Washington -
hostesses. I Federation of Music Clubs Blvd., Haelthorpe, Maryland.You .
with lovely arrangements of gladioli are hereby notified that a
showing the rating received. All suit for Divorcehas
and Experienced & UnexperiencedAGES
of the students obtained high rat. carrying been filed against;; you in the
dlil: DELUXE Circle OneVSCS and out a color scheme of pink and above named Court and cause and
ings creditable
gave perform. you are required to serve a copy of
white. The refreshment table 18 THRU 35
ances. wa? your answer or pleading to the
Circle 1 of the 'Methodist W. S.. covered with a hand-crocheted complaint on the Plaintiff'S' Attorney
Nancy Bates and Gail Duke also T. Frank Lnndrum, Starke, Fla.
Mrs. L. D. Vining, leader, played in the piano duo event. cloth, a gift to the bride from her and file the original in the officeof Company Benefits Include Group Life & Hospital
Pushbutton Automatic
will meet Tuesday morning at 10o'clock the Clerk of the. Circuit Court on
grandmother, Mrs. P. M. Barefoot
before the
Insurance, Paid and Others
in the educational building, Two three-branched silver candelabra 28 day of March, 1955;

with Mrs. :Merrill Struth as hostess. Wesseling-Clark holding burning white tapers otherwise Complaint the will allegations be taken as of confessed said APPLY AT OUR OFFICE

Electric Range Engagement ToldMr. I balanced the centerpiece. In the This by you.notice shall be publishedeach 10th & CHURCH STREETS

U.D.C. NoticeThe center of the table was a lovelybride's week for four consecutive :
and Mrs. Eugene Kurtz of! week in the BRADFORD COUNTY '
cake embossed
with white
Jacksonville BIG DAD Co.
W. T. Week's Chapter, U. ment and announce the engage- and green lilies of the valley 19,Dated 55. this 23 day of February Manufacturing

SHOW LIST D. C. will meet in the Methodist approaching marriage of Large silver compotes holding (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
their daughter, Miss Dena Wessel- Clerk ;
of the Circuit Court. Starke Fla.
mints and nuts
with ,
educational building Wednesday: ing, to Kenneth Clark, son of Mr. were By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
tiny white pompom nosegays tiec 2/25! 4t 3/15 .. ..,
$219.95 afternoon at 3 o'clock with Mrs. W and Mrs. I. E. Clark of Starke. --- -- = ..,
with tulle bows. Fancy sandwiches, :\oiici TO APPKIUIII

kN G. Haile as hostess. The wedding will be solemnized cake and punch were served dur Circuit Court, Bradford. CountFlorida ;- ,','- ;. :... :.- > ----'--'. .: .".: '-. ::. ,- ;., ';:;:::- ;;-;,:;. .:::::::;:..>, 1
Saturday evening.. March 26 at : In rbnnpm. :
ing the party hours. :Miss Phoebe Faye Webb, Plaintiff: vs. James E

: 10% Down -- --- 0_ 0__ -,_ _. ___, _- .0._ 7:30 o'clock at St. Mark's Episcopal Green poured punch from a table Webb, Defendant. Case No. 10-SS4
Church in Jacksonville with a NOTICE TO HOMESTEADERSIt
set up on the porch. Also assisting I:.Notice To Appear
Bal. 24 :Mo.: reception at the Garden Center. To: James t;. Webb, whose rest
Mrs. Green in serving were I dence and address is: 417 West :2nd
DAEIC No invitations are being issued Miss Ruby Green, :Miss Carolyn I Street, Peru. Indiana.

TARKE FL':.' but all friends and relatives of the I Edwards, Mrs. Charles Dinkins and I You suit are for hereby divorce,notified custody that and a is a State Law that each Homesteadersign

J couples are invited to attend. control of minor child
Mrs Nelson Green. !
a Renewal Application for the Home-
'S To $40 :Mrs. Lloyd Green greeted guest
Up Fri., Sat.-Feb. 25, 26 \Voman's ClubThe For 'your automobile to stead Exemption each and
at the door and presented them tt I give tHfe best in performanceyou every year.
:. For Your FEATURE executive board of the the receiving line composed ol are sure to do 2 things. The Application forms were mailed the

Jungle GentsLeo Mr. and Mrs. Cunningham, Mrs 1. Provide the best of:
Starke Woman's Club will meet first of who
January to
every person
Old Stove Gorcey and the Bowery Boys Blanche Cunningham, mother ol fuel.
Thursday afternoon, Mar. 3 at
AndSmoky 3:30 the groom, and Mrs. P. M. Bare 2. Keep your car in proper claimed Homestead Exemption last year.
o'clock in the club lounge.

.," 0 CanyonCharles uw foot.About 50 relatives enjoyed this ment.adjustment and align- These forms must be signed and returned

.Model RB65 Starett Smiley Burnette delightful occasion. The human body is no on or before April 1st.

I Phis Serial Chapter Xo. 4 and exception to this rule. This: t

Super Calrod Units Raisable Thrift Cooker Golden I 'olor Cartoon for Children COLONIALFLORIST is the reason thousands to-

Bake Golden Broil Units Automatic Oven Temperature Garden Club day are depending!: on Chiropractic We urge you to cooperate with us on this, as we have

Control Recessed Oven Light Extra To Meet care to keep themat i been given notice by the State Auditing Dept. in Tallahassee -

Thick Oven Insulation Three storage Drawers-TimeSaving Sun., Mon., and Tues. Monday their best. that the Applications must be signed, there I

Time Center Two Convenient Appliances Out Feb. 27, 28, Mar. 1 The Starke Garden Club \\illl i The Chiropractor not only fore we have no alternative if we do not have the

lets Fluorescent Lamp Titanium Porcelian Enamel DOUBLE FEATURE meet Monday evening at 7:30 I recommends proper nutri application in the office by April first, but to strike

PHONE o'clock in the I tion but adjusts the spine those from the Homestead Roll. This is to your I
Finish Giant Super Oven Cooks (a complete oven I "Passion"Cornel 218 Parish House. and body framework so the

meal for 21) Bake a 40 lb. Turkey Six 8 inch Layer Wilde and Ytonne DeCarlo Miss Clara Leaman will give a: nervous system can control I benefit, it will not cost you anything to sign the

Cakes Rounded Corners plus Finger Tip Pull Out -And- resume of the Conservation Short I and coordinate the functionof I Application, but it will cost you in taxes if not. t

Calrod Bake and Broil units Make Cleaning Easy (j) Course she attended at the U. of F. I each organ.Consult .

World Fastest, Finest, Efficient Electric Ranges Cruisin Down the River in December. The members that your Chiropractor There is only a very few who have not

Join the Millions of Modern Homemakers who are enjoying I With Duk Haymes, Audrey Totter, FLOWERSFor attended the Workshop last Satur- and ask him to explain
of these
Electric Cooking because it's Hotpoint for the Billy Daniels and Connie Russell day will give a demonstration on how Chiropractic can cor signed, if you're one again we

finest in Electric Cooking. Plus Color Cartoon for Children All Occasions flower arrangements at this meet rect curable"many conditions.so called "In urge you to help us and yourself by takingcare f

ing for the benefit of those who
DISH GARDENS I of this now.
were unable to attend. f
We Service What/ We Sell DOUBLE FEATURE POTTED PLANTSPO1'1ERY Hostesses for the evening will
be Mrs. Garl Mathews chairman 1
,,. We Appreciate Your Cooperation
Security RiskJohn Mrs. L. O. Hazen, Mrs. R. E.

-... Ireland and Malone Knight and Mrs. Joe McDonald. CLINIC
Flowers 'WiredAnywhere 326 X. Walnut Starke

Executive BoardThe
Fair Wind To JavaFred 9:30
Daily to 12 1:30 to :5

224 N. Temple Ave. Phone 166 Mon. Fri. & Sat. evenings 7 to 8
MacMurray, Vera Ralston Junior Woman's Club executive I. Assessor
Starke Fla. Plus Color Cartoon for Children Nona St Starke board will meet Wednesday Other hours by appointment !
I March 2, at the home of :Mrs. Phone 108 I ;
0 I ,- _. _'JoI.: 0 .__. 0-" John Torode. I\





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6 I 66 Jas. Alvarez Joins Outruns Officers

$ Marion Finance Co.
4a i \I. ; I Looks like jet-powered automobiles -

yy 5 i are needed for our law enforcement -
i c j The Marion Finance Co. of '
officials. One speederthis
I Gainesville has announced the appointment I week "just ran away" from a

of James Alvarez as .pursuing official at speed clOt ke.i

,,I IH THE NEWS jits j representative in Starke and how-ever

surrounding area. Persons interested ,

rI r I II in loans may call Gainesville I I official caught him.

I Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Page Jr. Mrs. Titus Olson left last Fridayfor !: 5333 collect and ask to speak tc' Mr. and Mrs. Junius Smith au
and daughter :Merrill Lynn, and Olmstead, HI. to spend two the manager. George Ellis, who spending Thursday to Saturday 11

Mr and Mrs. W. W. Page, in of weeks with her mother Mrs. i i will notify Mr. Alvarez. I" Miami.
Lake City were Sunday guests of George Lilley. -- II I -
I I Mr. and Mrs. R O. Dansby were I .
and Kate
Mrs W. H. Struth Miss
Part of the crowd of more than 160 guests is pictured above gathered around the I
Struth. visiting R. J. Andrews in the Jack- i: That's Our Business
long serving tables placed in the Herlong's spacious jard. Brunswick stew kettle is' 01 S S
Elaine Strickland is spending sonville Naval Hospital last Satur been in the left foreground. '! If It's Glass We Have It!

i this week with her uncle and aunt. day.Mr. CALL WRITE or VISIT
and Mrs. E. M. Davis and
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hayes and ,

with her cousin Sue Deas. Mr.family and were Mrs in John Archer Mixon Sunday and Dr. At. B. Her/ong Celebrates 79th Birthday : I Joe Peters Glass Co.

visiting Mrs. P. E. Stone and :Miss More than 160 relatives and friends paid I FOR ANY GLASS NEED
MONUMENTSLOWEST Mamie Anderson. m a
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Walters of ( : homage to Dr. M. B. Herlong retired physi- Mrs. S. A. Weldon and son \ 1% We Design Modern Store Fronts

Reidsville, Ga. were weekend cian, on the occasion of his 79th birthday Steve, attended the funeral of E i Just Mail Us A Pattern for
PRICES I A. Haskins in Jacksonville Monda i
guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. D. anniversary at his residence on N. Walnut Table Tops
Four of Dr. old classmates class of afternoon. :
Herlongs 1896
Tenly. Seasonal 1313 N.W. 4th PI. Gainesville Fla. Phone 2.1353
St. last Saturday afternoon. flowersin l -
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Townsend
Fort White high school, joined him for his birthday
Rep. and Mrs. Doyle Conner and
No Extra ChargeFor I attractive arrangements were placed of Atlanta spent Sunday to Tue- !I
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Sewell and celebration. They are (seated left to right) Mrs.Daisy

Setting In Or Near daughter Pam, visited Mrs. Creet )Mortimer Lake City Mrs. Eula Sparkman throughout the Herlong home for the occa- day daughter visiting Mr.their and Mrs.son-in-law Albert and Let ,,! --F ,- -... '- -'-.__<_ _: ,-_' ---'Ji.--: ::: --- .-:: -=

STARKE.J1 Dixon and family in Jacksonville Brinson, the Oak; :\Ir... Jessie O'Qllinnndrews., sion. I

Sunday.:Mrs. Ed Dahmer and son, Frank Jacksonville Maude Adams Standing of Ft. White.Major with: Dr. Herlong is Mrs. A "Brunswick stew," prepared from an old Crosby Mrs. Jr.A. :M. Pettit and Mrs. R Jj .] rr;, tl tlII

goal spent Saturday at the State Fair in recipe by Mayor J. R. .Wainwright and \V. H. J. Davis here of Tuesday.Mr. Gainesville. were visiting i
dish of the
was the featured
Billy) Noegel
Tampa and Sunday in Bradentonand ttt111i
,/ a .1 and Mrs. Lee Hogg of Tulsa
barbecue dinner which was served on a long
Lakeland visiting friends and Dedicated To Community Service -
.. Okla. were overnight guests Tues-
relatives. table placed on the lawn at the side of the II "Movies Are Better Than E\er"
v day of :Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Wink-
r Herlong home. The stew was cooked in a
Mrs. C. V. Lael Glen t ler.
of Alpine,
MEMORALSINC! t kettle for eight hours and con- If find name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad
huge syrup you your
ESTABLISHED N. C., Mrs. C. F. James of Marion Mrs. V. S. St. John had a.
1930( N. C. and Mrs. Millie Gill of Ral- sisted of chicken pork, potatoes corn, toma- guests Wednesday her sister. Mrs cut ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKETS

7is rotisr ST. eigh, N. C. were guests of Mr. and toes, onions, and seasoning. William Deverill of Darien, Conn.
Fri, Feb. 26-ONLY Sun. Mon. and Tues.
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA Mrs. L. A. Davis Wednesday of last and Mrs. George McKendry of I
Feh 2 Mar 1
Guests attended the party from pointsas DOUBLE FEATURE 27. $.
week. and Mr. and Mrs
I Rowayton Conn.
distant as North Carolina Mississippi, and Stanley Mead of Canaan, Oonn. I ?Hm '"

I k. from sections all over Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stefanelli JERRYtHALWAUISU. cMARTILLGWIS
FINEST HOME-COOKED FOOD I and baby of Norfolk. Va. spent pes4..C- rI r
4 1 p. During his long career of medical practiceDr. the weekend with Mr. and Mrs

Herlong is credited with having officiatedat Henry Stefanelli.Mrs. .

Served Anywhere the births of more than a thousand Brad- Olin White Sr. and Mrs I Z

J. R. Wainwright (left) and Billy Xoegel ford County babies. Olin White, Jr. visited Mrs. C. H i a3 RING CIRCUS'.TECHNICOLOR
REGULAR DINNERS the Brunswick stew as Red I'arham,
(right) prepare i
Fields and son, Wayne in Jacksonville -
he received and
SHORT ORDERS -SANDWICHESHOME television outdoor-life (commentator stands by for During the day many gifts Monday.Mrs. .:= .. 41 I YISTAVISIOHosw.
flowers from friends and admirers.Mrs. + .
.. .. .
COOKED I a sampling.Mr. stw .won.aa.
PIES Jesse Newsome spent

.ii.Mli***... ...,...,.. ,._. ,....__. .o. *,.,_"....... .. day to Thursday in Lake City! : 1 I. 4 .. J
Specializing In and Mrs. Morris Hollings- Ruby Johns and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Edward E. Mobleyand visiting her son-in-law and daughter rxuaaolcrus

worth of Fort White spent Sunday Mrs. L. M. Gaines were in Tampalast family have recently purchased Mr. and Mrs. Morris Williams ia}[. HIM "Vista \l..ionl..its Norway"
SEAFOODS AND STEAKS W. B. Hol- Thursday visiting Mr. and and moved into their new Short and Latest World News
with their mother. Mrs. Richard Lawson Sr. of Pineville. I 1 "
.._- ,.. .,. --. lingsworth.Lt. Mrs. J. G. Bennett. home at 5023 Arvada St., Tor. 'i Ky. spent the past three week. !

Col. and Mrs. Riley Dixon of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hazelwoodand ranee Calif. |I I I with his wife and children ir -And-- N. S. DANKEL

family visited Mr. and Mrs. Harold C. Wall, who recently
guests of Starke. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Law-
Texas were
Bay City Leo Lemmerman in Gainesville on underwent at the ORIOINAL TARZAN: Wed., Thur and Fri.
BROWN an operation .
DERBY Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Holtzendoif, scn Jr. of Lexington Ky.isited F Mar. 2, 3,1
Sr. last Thursday and Friday. The Saturday.Mrs. Jacksonville NAS hospital and recovered their mother, Mrs. Lawson recently i l' 1
Ben Mizell was in Jackson-
Dixons residents here duringthe from that, is now con
Ethel Crews Jeff days and are en route ville on business last Thursday. fined to his home in St. Augustinewith I
and Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Williams ofAlachua .
Evelyn Wise' Chance-, to South America where Col.! were Monday visitors of arthritis. Hi-Y Members i ...
CAFE retired has -a position; :Mr. and Mrs. II. W. Skipp OJ M-G-M
Owners ChefirT' Dixon now Sen. and Mrs. Charley Johns. Delay 'Sock Hop' -
Jacksonville were guests last Sat- ( j\
with an oil company. Mrs. R. B. Alvarez will return Plus "Polar Playmates" Cartoon i

d L__ __ _. > Mr. and :Mrs. T. F. Hutto and home today after a three weeks urday of Mrs. R. A. Newsome. The Hi-Y meeting next Mondaywill I and Chap. Xo. 7 Serial
,. ,
-- Dr. and Mrs. Calvin
Houpt spent
- Jacksonville spent
-- --- of
family visit in South Florida with friends be held at the school during
.' with the L. S. Hutto family.Mr. the weekend in Lakeland visiting members who
day and relatives. sixth period so that MRS. GEO. ANDERSON I Cn EMAScoPi'!
and Mrs. Van Brookins of Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Hartmann I Mrs. Houpt's parent Mr. anc have drill on Monday night may WAtlNUCOLOtI 5TUIOPHOIUC SOUP

!New Fane N. Y. and St. Petersburg and daughter. Kathy of Jacksonville Mrs. S. J. Douberley. attend. CWttlI

were weekend guests of Mr. Beach spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. N. T. Ritch and At the meeting last :Monday I NOTICE NOTICE I l AlvNN| TASHuNTER

and Mrs. W. H. Nollman. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hartmann. children of Hialeah spent the [night it was decided to postpone If .tny EnvLjte Of This: ..KUUBKMI SJ* K :t:<1.ore i*""s rm
Mrs. Bertha Pearce returned Mr. and Mrs. Al Harley were weekend with their parents Mr :the Sock Hop until March 5. A'I tM*ww 4 KUWI a.,.WARSR! EROS. "W

home Monday from a visit with visiting Mr. and Mrs. Barney Mc- and Mrs. Floyd Green and Mrs good program is planned and ad- (Theatre Fails To Say Thank
her brother-in-law and sister Mr. Rae 50 cents i Plus "Cat Concreto" Cartoon and
Jr. in Lake City Sunday.Mrs. Carrie Ritch. mission will be "stag or
/ / 1 0 I land Mrs. W. T. Saxon in Fort .- Vergie Flynn is in Mobile, Mr. and Mrs. Gail Mathews drag." I! You, Ask For_ A Free Pass Latest Nevis

J Lauderdale. Ala. this week visiting relatives. visited Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Math- This weekend the Hi-Y boys will ';.;t "JI"Oi1!!?,__"._:;;r'_ i'" -' ,IW'_. .' ._ ;,.' l_. _-J_."" _-"""_' =;'y'i; M-"l-l.>- __::1;';)_'_-'_ '_.:. ,.
Cpl. J. W Jackson left for Aberdeen Rev. and Mrs. Alvin Atkinson of I ews in their new home at Atlantic see their other Sweetheart married -e--

Md. Wednesday after Jacksonville were Sunday guestsof when Miss Joann Smith becomesthe
Beach on Sunday. .
spending ten days with his family Mr. and Mrs. Alton Dobbs. bride of James Rowe on Sat- ""' -- - -- ---- <-1' -

l.ere. Mrs. O. O. Webb is spending Friends of Mrs. Ted Osbornc urday. Vt'tl ;:a NQrOUGfth-M i
IfaL"HERE'S will be happy to hear that she is
Mrs. Donie Moore of Gainesville several weeks with her niece. Mr. '
4 .t lit
following ar
getting along nicely <<
spent Tuesday with her sister Mrs.J. and Mrs. Guy Padgett, in Miami. last Friday --_ _n ._ __ __ __ ..,-. ._ __
B. Sapp.R. :Mr. and Mrs. William Whichelloand operation performed

E. Mundorff is in Port Camp- daughter, Linda of Belleville. in Houston Texas. :Mrs. Osborne'saddress c- r I DO YOU WISH TO SELL?
Mich, spent several last week is 5802 Southurst, Houston 1 I
$pSinq! >rpfiftlfecjL days '
bell, Ky. this week on business. Till: \\OIIIIO11: -\llt>01' 'TR _tlTIOWay has been proen
with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Firth at 21, Texas. .In..e 11111 to be the KtFK-rMS'r-MKKK.r'.UIl Way to buy and
Kclriigerjqtoi? :V 6iii 1riiiinfii Robert Taylor of Washington, D. Kingsley Lake. Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Douberlej .1'11. "-I' hate a limited amount .>f dates open for Florida Aartlom.
C. is visiting his son-in-law and e during Mnrrh. In nbirh we will be glad to take rare of elllnx
i Mrs. I. E. Clark attended the and family of Avon Park are spend- )our property. eonta"t Oil at Once for Inlertiews and ia.pertio.
daughter Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Lin-I bridal shower of Miss Dena Wes- ing Thursday to Sunday with DrI I nllauut obligation... Our January and February l.ntrr. repreM-ot
sin and family for two weeks. maRy.'ntr. If you wUh to buy "rile. phone or rail for detailed
seling in Jacksonville Wednesdayof and Mrs. Calvin Houpt while twc brochures. Phone 3-7731 Mte: and Sunday 3-ftS78. JlEI.O'.OU
1 Bruce Mathews flew to Balti- last week. tonsilec 11.1. "'1\II 1J\'fI-S 1)F orn 'I.OUItH .\( ("..10\S 101Tit 1-;
PROOfof of the children undergo a F'IItT 111'1' OF \ltell..
more. Md. Tuesday on a three Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Honnell of tomy at Doctor's Clinic HospitalMrs. i

day business trip.Loans Waynesville, N. C.are guests for : Henry Stefanelli underwent
two weeks of Dr. M. B. Herlong.
in the Alachua General
2S"I..525"2-1 52.. I surgery ) '
i w 1t"You've
Mr. and Mrs. Frank and ?
the Biggest Herlong hospital on Thursday. She expect

:Mrs. Carrie Adams.Mr. to return home this weekend. i. been collecting re-
and Mrs.
L. S. Hutto were returned
:Mrs. A. Z. Adkins cipes for a dear. Isn'tit
called to S. year
Orangeburg C. on
after spending t
Town Tuesday by the serious illness of Lome Tuesday time you start to cook?"
Trades in month with her son-in-law an .
I Mr. Hutto's sister, Mrs. Clisha
Mrs. B. A. Pop
v Miller. daughter Dr. and I Good recipesare

Look below Jr. and family in Norfolk Va. Mrs a start
but actual figures Mrs. Peggy Shaller is spending
Not just talk. we va John Love Wilkes also returnedto But cookingis
and see the huge t d -in allowances 1954 Friday to :Monday in Miami visit the home of her sister ?Mrs good art Mon., Feb. 28 2QO P.M. -- Daytona Bch.

given to customers who purchased new ing her sister. Mrs. Nancy Gunter. Adkins after spending several an 126 SUNRISE BLVD. OCEAN VIEW HOME

erators from >recently. Mrs. Leonard F. Smith Jr. anc weeks with relatives in GainesvilleMr. lleantirnl home ..n large corner lot with separate efficiency apart-
Phiko re ng went. located a' 18S Sunrise Ulid. (
son, Larry have joined Mr. Smitlin and Mrs. C. A. Futch ant GUIDON GRILL : block. from bearh *'.." of <"'''IID. Small formerly block Woodland.na""Dry 111,0.eonntraelion > one-
Panama City where he is now Opan".b the rout large thing room and dlalaK ana. aU elece !-
Linda Futch ant
granddaughter ,. trie kitrhen, 3 bedroom. 3 ceramic tile bath. creened porch IUlrd
$130.00 ALLOWANCE For CitizensOf working. Their new address is Joe Sistrunk were visiting :Mr. and wood n..ortl. plenty of .Io"f't (.pare, eompletely furdshed KBralte.
George Kopelousos Owner The rlrft'lf'nI'Y aparhura' I, fully equipped; the bath, d, lrabl
1611 Calhoun St., Panama *
City. ir
Starke And Mrs. Merrill Futch and family rental unit or home at 4 bedroom and 4 bath..

OX YOUR OLD REFRIGERATOR Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Doyle, Mrs Tallahassee on Sunday.Mrs. : Starke Fla.

I Trading Area Fay Gill and Prescott Gill spent J. M. Mitchell, Mrs. Lester Tuesday, March 1 .. 2:00 P.M.

i Sunday at Daytona Beach. Crews and daughter, Carolyn, ant I RIO MOTOR COURT HOME REST. FACILITIES

Marion Finance Co. of Gainesville Mrs. E. A. Wright and Mrs I Mis. Dan Priest and daughter U. S. Highway No. 1 Near Expressway Intersection

offers the people ef Starke their \V. B. Parter of Lake City werEvisitors' Leigh were in Madison Wednesda = \n C'ptluna"r laahl' !s unit court with coffee shop offlee
famous loan plans. These plans are 1 farilitie and home. Wi7; ft. on thl major Jark.onUlle-JIIami:
working Sunday of Mrs. R. A 'visiting I :Mr. and Mrs. Van Priest hich"n> ; S" unit. air ...eonditioned steam heat, eompletely fura-
to worthy
designed help .
'land Mrs Messer. t".d. Lance ground* for a trailer court, additional unit,., or ex-
{people of alll walks of life The Newsome. Henry pankion in nomerou other line. An uulMaoUloK inrowe and Intentment -
'!"GET ACQUAINTED" $25.00 or I properly.Wed. ,
$50.00 PAYDAY Loan or the more
Mar. 2 2:00 P.M.
I popular BUDGET Loan. This Daytona

consolidates the many bills you :NEW SUN PLAZA MOTEL U. S. HWY.
\ I-= .- .In outktaniline motel ou the Maine to Miami thoroughfare. featuring
have into a OXE payment =
now -
-- reulral heat 100, air conditioned carpeted floor,., all tile
I plan with One place to owe This : hath. M>taa.,.. furniture Insurion*. owner apartment completely ,
to 50 .. 1 r l 1 -r-r and splendidly furniohed Fabulon. location where tbounaodttof
lone plan may save you up I, \.J ear pint*. daily.
(per cent of what you are now ', '
I paying. Why not call Clarion i! Wed., Mar. 2.- Nite. 7:30 O'clock

I I THE FEATURES inane today at 5333 Gainesville:I I -i Main St. At Bridge Daytona Commercial Lot
? Call collect and let _
., WOMEN j yep us Thin valuable liuniue property Include modern masonry bulld-
I I WANT MOST |Marion Finance solve those MoneyProblems II %1v Inic unable for drUe-ln restaurant or other bnklnen pnrpooe.
: with one of those fast I atI ThU I*. jour opportunity to purchake any kiie tract you denim, for
Jaw I : the buklnek .,f lour choice, in the heart of the l>a)tona Iteachbukine I
I L No Defrosting. :helpful Loans Remember the :: CHARLEY E. JOHNS & SON I ** dlktrlct.
( is made to fit I
No Dials to te;. payment plan your
T So Automatic it I'budget.George. about this question Thurs., Mar. 3 2:00 P.M. -- Daytona ,

i! lam Thinks for Itself. Modern Home 163 S. Halifax On River
:;; Ellis the friendly managerat Z. This hplendid home I.. of fine masonry contraction containing 2 r
0 Hug 2 eu. ft. Marion Finance welcomes ;you I Careful as we are, customers: bedroom., combination den-bedroom 2 tile bath, large lit ins
room with fireplace and dining area, modern kitchen and I
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,,yyyyyyyyyyyy$ yvyvv' sonville since undergoing an opera- day and appropriate refreshmentswere man is a man with refined man- Dated this 1 day of February. complaint on the Plaintiff's h s--been filed against you in the'said Complaint will be taken as

tion recently. served to several guests. ners." When the papers were hand- 1955. Attorney T. Frank Dandrum, above named Court and cause and\.confessed by you.
OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby Starke, Florida S
you are required to serve a copy ot This notice shall be published
HAMPTONBy Mr. and :Mrs. Carlton Chastainand Mrs. T. F. Brown, Mr. and Mrs. ed in and the thinking of the class Clerk of the Circuit Court and file the original In the officeof your answer or pleading to the complaint once each week for four consecutive
; I. By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk the Clerk of the Circuit Court on on the Plaintiff's
Attorney weeks
in Bradford Tele-
Sanford former K. B. Watterson Frank tabulated the five desirable qualities County
children of and %/t 4t 2/25 or before the T. Frank Landrum. Starke. Fla. graph
Hampton residents, visited in IBro\\"n attended services at Park- in order of frequency were: 7 day of March 1955; I and file the original in the office ot Dated this 2 day of Feb., 195$.
Mrs. D. E. lUll&AAAALLALL&L4.AAAAA In Clrcnlt Court. Bradford otherwise the allegations of Said the Clerk of tbe Circuit Court on
Hampton for the weekend. 10f-the-Palms. Keystone Heights, don't use profane language, don'tget Florida In Chancery. Complaint will be taken as confessed I or before the 7 day of March. \OFFIc.IALSEAL Clerk of) the Charles Circuit A. Darby Court

AAk&h Marcelene Prevatt, daughter of Sunday afternoon. Mr. LeTourneau,'I drunk, be polite to every one, John Hanson Plaintiff vs. Edyth by you. 1955 said; otherwise the allegations of By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
Hanson, Defendant. This notice shall be published Complaint will be taken as confessed -
PASTOR CALLED Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Prevatt, left manufacturer of earth-moving remove hat when entering a build- Cast No. 10-842 once each week for four consecutive by you. Z4 H 2 !

D. C. equipment, was featured speaker.Al I ing, and be honest. The class Ls Order Of PullUt'atioaud :Notice To weeks in the Bradford County Tele This notice shall be publishedonce OTICE APPEAR
Willard M. Jones of Leesburghas Sunday for Washington, Appear State Of Florida Tot graph. each week for four consecutive:
I Bryant, son of Mr. and Mrs. now working on five qualities which weeks in the Bradford County Tele. In Circuit Court Bradford County
been called as pastor by the after a week's visit in Hamptonwith Edyth Hanson. whose residenceand Dated this 2 day of Feb., 1955. graph. Florida In CVaacery.Max .

First Christian Church of Hampton her parents. Miss Prevatt has A. M. Bryant, is spending a 30-day every lady should posses. On the Street address Brooklyn.Is:New 2281 York East 18th (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby Dated this :2 day of Feb., 1955. Weiss Plaintlft vs. Ku'.h
leave with his parents in Hampton.He school plan book this subject is' ; Clerk of the Circuit Court (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby Weiss, Defendant.
in You
the FBI are required to
to succeed J. B. Dixon of been employed by i appear on By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk Clerk of the Circuit Court Case No. 10-$tH}
Jacksonville, who was forced to Washington since last June. has been serving aboard the' called "Literature" but the teacher ed March Court 7. and 1955.cause in the whereJn above plain-nam- 2/4 4t 2/25 Ey Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk Notice To Appear.To .
Missouri BB 63 and who is directing the class prefers 2/4 4t 2/25 : Ruth Weiss, whose reeiden
Battleship tiff seeks divorce. :
- resign because of ill health. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. George Saxon and In The County Judge' Court In and and address is: 119 Albemarle Road,
will be stationed now at the Jacksonville ; to call it "Worthy Citizenship." Bradiora county uelegraph shall For Bradford County, Florida. I NOTICE TO APPEAR Brooklyn New York.
and Mrs. Jones plan to move in- Mrs. E. L. Birt visited in Jack- I publish this Order In next four IN RE: Estate of IB Circuit Conrt. Bradford County Your are hereby notified that a
to the church parsonage as soon sonville Sunday with Mrs. Saxon's NAS. 8th Grade Personalities weekly issues. JOHN ELDRIDGE SMITH. Deceased Florldat In Chancerr.Vincent suit for divorcehas I
:Mrs. William Underwood of I Witness my hand and official seal NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll Argiro Plaintiff been filed against you tn the i
Geraldine Webber is the vs. An-
it is available he said this and Mrs. Birt's sister at Starke. Florida, this January 28,
as daughter creditors of the estate of John tionette Argiro, Defendant. above named Court and cause and !
Hampton Lake, who had an opera-! of Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Allen of 1955. Eldridge Smith. deceased. are here- to of '
week. Until they are able to move Mrs. Inez Alford. OFFICIAL SEAL Charles Case No. 10-859 .you are required serve a copy
tion at the Jacksonville NAS hospital -' She born in Tulsa ( ) A. DarbyAs by notified and required to file any Jletlce Te Appear your answer or pleading to the complaint -
was ,
here, prayer meetings will con- Debbie Hicks celebrated her I Hampton I Clerk of said Court claims or demands which they may To: Antoinette Argiro, whose resIdence on the Plaintiff Attorney
tinue to be at 7:30 p. m. Mondays, third birthday last Saturday after- last week, is reported im Oklahoma, and is now 14 years By Marian 1.. Crosby, Deputy Clerk have against said estate In the office and address Is: 1025 "Oth .T. Frank Landrum Starke. Florida, :
proving.Mr. .I Bass. 302 Clark Building of the county judge of Bradford Street. Brooklyn New York. 'and file the original In the ofttce
with Sunday services at the churchat noon with a party at the home of I old. She has lived in Hampton Jacksonville. Florida. County. Florida in tile court- You are hereby noUned chat a 'I of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on

11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m., and her gradparents, Mr. and Mrs. Otto and Mrs. Leo Wiggins of I;.most of her life and has spent her Attys. for Plf. 2/4 41 2/25 house at Starke. Florida within suit for or before the 7 day of March,
eight calendar months
Jacksonville visitorsat from the Divorcehas 1955; otherwise the allegations of
Sunday school at 10 a. m, youth Hicks. Games were played, and were Sunday entire school-life in this one place. fa Circuit Comet Bradford County, date of the first publication of this been filed against you In the said Complaint will be taken as
meetings at 6:30 m. Mr. Jones' refreshments served to 15 guests. the H. B. Wiggins and George She had two brothers and one sister Florida In Chancery. notice. Each claim or demand mustbe above named Court and cause and confessed by you.'
p. Williams homes. Elizabeth Ellis Small. Plaintiff vs in writing and must state the you are required to serve a copy of This notice skill be oubllshed one
last pastorate was Pontoon Beach Debbie is the daughter of Mr. and and all of them attend this Harold Small Defendant.Case. place of residence and postoffice address your answer or pleading to the each week for four consecutive
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Williams school. Geraldine is a member of No. 10-843 of the claimant and must be complaint on the Plaintiff weeks In the Bradford County Tele-
Church in Granite City IlL and he Mrs. Charles Hicks of Gainesville. Order Of Publication And Notice To sworn to by the claimant, his agent, Attorney T. Frank Landrum. graph.
has filled several preaching en- Mr. and Mrs. Edward Saxon and are the parents of a daughter,I.the Baptist Church at Hampton ApP .r. State of Florida Toi or his attorney, or it will become Starke. Florida Dated this 2 day of Feb., 1955.
born Monday morning, Feb. 21, in and takes an active part in all the Harold Small whose residence and I void according to law. and file the original In the officeof (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
gagements since coming to Flori-. daughter spent the weekend in I address is: 417 Lake Avenue, January 26. 1955. the Clerk of the Circuit Court on Clerk of life: Circuit Court
baby is the fourth child and second i cook and sew but does not like to You are required to appear on HILDA HOUSTON. 1955; otherwise the allegations of %.'t 4t :!/!5AI
sons: one a teacher in Cocoa High ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Pope. I March 7, 1955, in the above named Executrices of the Estate of I -

School, the other a grocer in Eus-. Mrs. Glenn Macintosh was hostess girl, and weighed seven poundsat I.wash dishes. She enjoys coming to Court and cause wherein plaintiff JOHN ceased.ELDRIDGE SMITH de ..-' -- -. ._ _-'-
seeks -- -- -- ---
birth. divorce -- -- --- --- -
tis. Mr. Dixon, former pastor of at a Tupperware party at her 1 I school and plans to be a secretary minor cbild.Bradford custody and controlof First publication on February 4. I
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Moore of Archer when she finishes. She is well liked 1955.
the church, is reported as Improving home Tuesday evening. Tuesdaywas I II County Telegraph shall H251 I
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Mrs. B. W. Moore of Starke publish this Order in next four FACTORY FACTORY
by her classmates and is assistant -
in health at his home in Jack-. also Mrs. Macintosh's birth- weekly issues.
and Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Brannenof librarian in the Hampton Witness my hand and official seal .NOTICE. TO APPEAR

," : ;> ,: :, .. , : ', :, Lakeland visited the Raleigh School. at 1955.Starke, Florida this January 28, In Florida Circuit In Court Claa.t' Bradford County, APPROVED ENGINEERED

Brannen family in Hampton Sun- OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby Dinko Buljevic Plaintiff ry. Mar- .V
%OTICE TOFlorida CnKDITOUS As Clerk of Said Court. ija Buljevic, Defendant. SERVICE
The Oldest TV Dealer In day.Mrs. SntueIn By Marian L. CrosbY Deputy Clerk Case No. 10-S57 I PARTS
Marvin Birt of Citra is The Court Of The County Judge Lloyd Bass, 303 Clark' Building, Notice To AppearTo
visiting with Mrs. Florrie Belle Bradford County, Florida, 'I. Jacksonville, Florida. : JIarija Buljevic whose resi-
Bradford County In Probate. Attys. for Plf. 2/4 4t 2/25 dence and address Is: Jurjakrlzan-
Brown in this week. In Estate of James Everett ,Washing
Hampton re: icena 15. Split Yugaslavla. Painting, Repairing, Reconditioning
SERVICING ANY MAKE RADIO OR TV Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Perry were Loadholtz, Sr., Deceased.To I. The County Judge' Court In And You are hereby notified that a
All Creditor and Pernona Having For
Bradford County, Florida. suit for Wrecker Service
dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Claim* or Demand AganUt Said IX RE: Estate of Divorcehas
Entatet JOHN ELDRIDGE been filed in the
SMITH. Deceased. against you
Mrs. Bruce in Gainesville.
Tommy You and each of you are hereby NOTICE OF PROBATE above named Court and cause and
-- FOR Miss Vicky Mosher celebratedher notified and required to present any TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED you are required to serve a copy of BRAKE TIRES IGNITION
claims and demands which you, or IX THE ESTATE OF SAID DE- your answer or pleading to the complaint S
eleventh birthday with a partyat either of you may have against the FEXDANT: on the Plaintiff's AttorneyT. TESTING AND STARTER
her home Monday evening. She estate of James Everett Loadholtz. You are hereby notified that a Frank Landrum, Starke Florida BRAKE
'Sr.. deceased late of said County written instrument purporting tobe TUBES GENERATOR
GUARANTEEDDEPENDABLE is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. to the County Judge of Bradford the last will and testament of and file the original In the office of LINING
Milton Mosher. County, Florida, at his office In the said decedent has been admitted to the Clerk of the Circuit Court on SALES BATTERIES
court house of said County at' probate In this court. You are hereby -. or before the 7 day of March FENDER
Ruth Dyal of Hampton was released -Starke. Florida. within eight calen- commanded within six calendar 1955; otherwise the allegations of REPAIRS AND ALL ELECTRICAL
from the hospital at the dar months from the time of the months from the date of the first said Complaint will be taken as
first publication of this notice. Each publication of this notice to appearIn confessed by you. BODY WORK SERVICE SERVICE
Florida Farm Colony, Gainesville, claim or demand shall be in writing this court and show cause if any This notice shall be publishedonce
AND where she is 'and and shall tate the place of you can, why the action of this each week for four consecutive -
employed, was residence and post office address of court in admitting said will to probate weeks In the Bradford County
-- able to go back to work this week. the claimant, and shall be sworn to should not stand unrevoked. Telegraph. Complete Lubrication Service
.------- QUICK SCHOOL by the claimant his agent, or at THERON A. YAWN. Dated this 2 day of Feb.. 1955.
NEWS torney. and any such claim or demand County Judge. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby ,
The 4-H Club met in our school not so filed shall be void. First publication on February 4. Clerk of the Circuit Court I DODGE JOB-RATED TRUCKS
SERVICERCA (S) Mamie Rudd Loadholtz HelmsAs 1955. By Maiian I.. Crosby Deputy Clerk
last Thursday at 2 p. m. Miss Ross administrator of the Estateof : 4t 2/25 I IOU 2/4 4t 2/25 Reconditioned Used Cars and TrucksWe
Victor 17-Inch James Everett Loadholtz Sr.,
gave a demonstration on how to -

Trent. Lowest priced RCA section an orange and a grapefruitand First deceased.publication Feb. 18, 1955. NOTICE TO APPEAR NOTICE TO APPEAR Can Arrange Financing On Major Repairs
Victor TV. Cabinet 30% PHONE 2/18 4t 3/11 la Circuit Court Bradford County Ifm Circuit Court. Bradford County
make ambrosia:- Mary Davis ____ Florida In Chancery. Florida i In Chancery.
mailer than'prior models. and Elizabeth Taylor participatedin NOTICE TO APPEAR John C. Putz, Plaintiff, vs. Bertha Claire McAleer, Plaintiff James
Ebony finish. Matching In Circuit Court Bradford County, Put; Defendant. I.Anthony McAleer, Jr.. Defendant. HARDY BROTHERS MOTOR CO.
a food demonstration. Our Case Case
RoU Around" stand on Florida In Chancery. No. 10-S58. No. 10-856
wheels available! extra. girls are enjoying the 4-H Club Robert W. Welch, Plaintiff.s.. Ida Notice To AppearTo .Votlre To Appear.To .
: Bertha Putz, whose residenceand : James Anthony McAleer, Jr.,
Model 17S4SO. "* 239 work this year and appreciatethe Lee "Welch Defendant.Case No. 10-ST2 address Is: Unknown.You whose residence and address Is: c/o 600 Temple Ave. ttspSfl W Phone 69
Notice To I are hereby notified that a Mrs. James Anthony McAleer: Sr.,
interest of Miss Ross in help- AppearTo .
suit for 2707 Sedgewlck Avenue, Bronx, New
Ida Lee Welch, whose residence -
$159.95 ing them. : and address is: Unknown.You Divorcehas York. YOUR DODGE PLYMOUTH DEALER
been filed You are hereby notified that
I against you In the a
notified that
Our are hereby a
group is keeping up above named Court and cause and suit for
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suit for .
church attendance. There 79 you are required to serve a copy of Divorce, custody and control of '- --
were Divorce to the minor child --_ .. = =: == : : : /
FREE ESTIMATES your answer or pleading - -- -- -"-
of our pupils and five of our teachers has been filed against you In the '
above named Court and cause and -
in religious services last Sun-i you are required to serve a copy of
your answer or pleading f) the complaint -
WE GUARANTEE YOUR PICTURE day.The on the Plaintiff* AttorneyT.
$9.95 pupils of the ,eight grade Frank Landrum Starke. Fla., !kKAUft1SURE
TUBE FOR ONE FULL YEAR recently read "Definition of a and file the original in the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
Gentleman" by Cardinal Newman. or before the 14 day of March, C

After some discussion of the se- 1955 said; Complaint otherwise will the be allegations taken as of sk\ui&

CHAS. C. SHEPHERD lection the class decided that each confessed by you.
This notice shall be publishedonce
pupil would list five qualities each week for foul consecutive

which he or she thought a gentleman weeks in tbe Bradford County Tele-
should possess. The pupils Dated this 9 day 5 of February [ ?1T1

Phone 239 Starke Fla next consulted "Webster's New 1955. -
OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby -.-
International Dictionary" and established Clerk of the Circuit Court

I the definition, "A gentle00000000000 By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk. I
I 2/11 4t 3/4

In The County Judge's Court In And
For Bradford County, Florida.

ft f) lee IN RE In Deceased.:Probate.The Estate of IL L. Brown- -r? -

+ % I'p Notice is hereby EXECUTRIX given that I have .
1 filed Final returns as Executrixof -
: 4 my S .. F ..
_ the Estate of H. L. Brownlee, deceased .
". ,4k ; that I have filed my Petition .
for distribution and final discharge I
and that on the 7 day of l2
p- : March A.D.. 1955 I will apply to
the Honorable Theron A. Yawn,
c 4 -e -
County Judge of Bradford County.
\ Florida for approval of said Final
Returns and for an Order of Distribution

: Executrix and of for the Final Will Discharge of H. as L. KEEP IT g !

Brownlee, deceased. \t1Q THAT

Dated., 1955.this, the 8 day of FebruaryA.D. WAt

(s) Madge Brownlee Chasteen,

2/11 4t 3/4 S

I r$ IB Circuit Court Bradford County
Florida IB Chancery.
John J. Gerardi Plaintiff, vs. Alice
Marie Gerardi Defendant.Case .

Notice: Alice To Appear.To Marie. Gerardi.No. whore 10-373 i\\ f r: Fly your kites in

residence and address is: Route 3,
Box 305. Heralet. California.You : ,:

suit forDivorce are har by notified that a : ; /OPEN FIELDSaway

custody control and sup-
port of minor child
b A I t j has been filed against you In the V&rj from trees
? :
; < above named Court and cause and f%, *-* ,
you are required to serve a copy of
your answer or pleading to the complaint .
the plan that on the Plaintiffs AttorneyT. / ; streets and S
feeding -w
pays Frank Landrum Starke,

and Florida file the original In the office of jut. electric wires. '
off in the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or .
.. before the 14 day of March 1955;
otherwise the allegations of said '

Complaint by you. will be taken as confessed WATCH OUT FOR TRAFFIC !

This notice shall be publishedonce
each week for four consecu-
tive week In the Bradford County .. "
Telegraph. '';.' ,
Dated this 9 day of February ...... .' ... _. _..v .,._" .:...:a..;1.. ''. u.<""". ,. ","."'.
1955. 1
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk ,
1- 2/11 4t 3/4
Notice is hereby given that the i I .
I ri For more eggs next Fall follow Security's undersigned under the provisionsof
Chapter 20.953. Laws of Florida.I
Chick to Chick Production Acts of 1911, will register with the
Program today. Clerk of the Circuit Court in and If your kite gets caught
for Bradford County, State of Florida

Security Chick Ration offers every upon receipt of proof of publi- __ electric wires.
... cation of this notice, the fictitiousname < e on (
\ $1ftri- nutritional element your chicks need of Martha's: under which I am C _
engaged in business<< at 145 W. .
for a good start. all in the proper St.. Starke, Fla That the sole own-Call _. '

amounts and balanced to make er of this business is: Martha S. t. I IT GO I
Yancey. Box 452, Starke, Fla. '
( chicks grow rapidly and vigorously Dated this 4th day of February .

from the start. I A.D.County.. 1955.Florida.at Starke Bradford ,

.nc1(, t j Security furnishes the needed energy 1 2/4 4t 2/25 S f Don't risk your life by \

CROwtNC factors: the essential amino acids NOTICE TO APPEAR __

-'. MASH from animal and vegetable protein Florida In Clrenit In Court Chancery Bradford County, ". S trying to get kites downS I

r a1' minerals for the development Marie Green. Plaintiff vs. Mose
sources: proper
Green Defendant Case No. 10-852
4 I overhead wires !
: and from -I
of the skeleton body Notice To AppeariTo >>

needs and vitamins in ample : Mose Green whose residenceand -

,:: amounts; for health, growth and address are hereby Is: Unknown.You notified. that a PARENTS I. Remember, Solely/ Education; IT'S BETTER TO LOSE !
suit for
SECUT1ECG body functions. : Divorce. custody and control of begins of' home. Be sure your children don'tgef SS i

Security Chick Ration is your first baa minor been filed child against you Inh /hurl' because they don't know proper A KITE THAN TO !

: 1 towards profitable produc- above named Court and cause tnd .
; step egg you are required to serve a copy of Kife Flying! Safely Rules. .; .' \
MASS tion. See your Security Dealer today your answer or pleading tofne RISK A LIFE !
complaint on the Plaintiffs !
for all feeding needs.TO .
AftP your E. K. I
WE DELIVER Attorney Ferryman Starke, If
YOUR SECURITY MILLS of Inc. and file the original In the office of t
FARM the Clerk of the Circuit Court nn S .
1700 W. Church St., Jacksonville, Fla. or before the 7 day of March, 1955;
otherwise the allegations of said "LlGH.T- OMPA' )
Complaint will be taken as confessed .rUDA" POWER & y\i !

n n n nnnnnnn nnn This by yon.notice shall bs pnttltsbed !! ;

once each week for four consecutive !
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to the 167th Signal Radio take seven weeks of intensive tank
BRANCII SERVICE MEN Relay Co. at Camp Gordon, Ga. gunnery training on the camp

CITIZENS OF BRADFORD. COUNTYBy reservation and will return to Ft
Airman 2Charles C. Davis, son Bragg in March.
I Ozora Johnson EditorAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAIAAAAAAAAAAAA by Mrs. ,?. J... Stricklandand : of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar L. Davis of I
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a gunner in
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Brotherhood Week I p. m. All members are asked to be I IIAZEX IS NAMED : Allied Air Forces Central Europe,
Jackson, S. C. Before entering the
"Let soul rise in of time. PadgettMrs. I AIRMAN OF TilE MONTH NATO's largest air command.
my song I present and on
; TabernacleArthur Presbyterian ChurchFriday I service he attended the Universityof
: At The God's immortal brotherhood." It Many thanks to E. E. Minott, : Lottie Starling of Clay Hill Davis is assigned to the unit as a Florida.

DeMoss of Albany, N. Y., Junior Choir practice, is true that we are a group of I I music specialist, for showing the and J. I. Padgett of Marietta were I II 'power mechanic and will be work-j I

the Christian Business 3:30 men with similar aims, ambitions. cancer films at the P. T. A. and married Feb. 12. Lottie is well I, ing in close conjunction i
in.Saturday I
representing p. I II YOU'LL LOVE the new Ester-
Men's Committee spoke Sun Adult Choir prac and aspirations. It seems that its Hobby Club meeting at Hampton I known in this neighborhood, having men from Great Britain, Canada, I. brook pure-size fountain in

day morning at the Tabernacle tice, 3 p. m. fitting and proper that sucha school on Thursday, Feb. 17. Prin- lived here most of her life I Belgium Holland, and France, as I I pastel shades. Only $2.53 at pens Brad-

basing his talk on the 5th Chapterof Sunday School 9:45: a. m. Morning week begin at the close of Lin cipal Taylor stated that the pa- She has been a widow for quite a well as the U. S. I i.I I ford County Telegraph.

Daniel so vividly portrayed in I. Worship, "Co-workers with coIn's birthday and end shortly trons enjoyed the pictures very few years, has reared her childrenby Prior to this assignment in

the huge painting hanging on the after in this working for them wherevershe .Fontainbleau, France, Davis was
Christ," 11 a. m. Youth Fellowship, Washington's birthday much and look forward to the next !
Tabernacle wall. W. S. and Ida McAliley month. We are aware of the Fath- showing. Adults at Hampton are could get work. She is also a I stationed at Francis E. Warren I!
6 p. m., ToRtlia*
Special music was furnished by erhood God and the Brother good church worker. This newly AFB, Cheyenne, Wyoming.Pfc
hosts. Evening Worship, 7:30 p. m. of also interested in the Adult Edu- I i Alistru ofIKJUIB 5
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Knight of Wednesday Prayer Meeting, hood of man. Let us all join hands, cation classes and hope to attendin married couple live in Mr. Pad- Frank M. Walrath III. son \ "

Meaford, Ontario. 7:30 in.Thursday. .> bow our heads and pray for free large numbers so that a center -!(I gett's home in Marietta. We wish: I II i of' Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Wal-

brought Sunday a prophetic night message.the sponsor p. Junior Choir prac- dom from fear freedom from may be set up at the Hampton 1 them much happiness.B. I Airman 1-c Albert A. Hazen I|I rath Jr. of Keystone Heights, recently 'L666

V tice, 3:30: p. m. want, freedom of speech, and free- Training School.R. i iI I E. Faircloth and J. D. Wilkinson -I son of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Hazen of:! left Ft. Bragg, N. C. for '

HI-WAY CHAPEL dom of religion forever in the J. E. will hold regular P. T. A. are on the sick list. Hope they Starke, recently received the Camp Stewart. Ga. to participate

r1 Sunday School 10 a.m.. lesson fYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYIBAYLESS land of the free and the home of meeting Wednesday, :March 2,'!ate soon well. I award of "Airman of the l\1on\h" ;i I in training exercises wth the 44- OR TiLm.MME PUT HUBALVAREZ'

"Lost Things." Worship Hour the brave. "Long Live Brotherhood at Osceola Air Force Station, Wis- ,
I at 8 p. m. President Sophia Royal Grace Lang's clothes caught :
11 a.m. Evangelistic Rally 7:30 HIWAY' !" I will be in charge. Please attendas fire not many days ago. She at-,consin. This is an honor bestowed;, Men's Clothing

r p.m.Tuesday by Mrs. O. E. Crosby Boy Scouts Of America business of importance cannotbe tempted to smother the flames I:each month upon the most out-|' IIII STORE Established 1894Jaycee's !
Bible Hour 7:30: p.m. \ 1 standing airman on the base.
LuLL A ALAAAA ALA Liii LA L Troop 71 of Starke under the transacted without your pres- out with her hands and burned I I, .
leadership of Scoutmaster Aaron I ence. them pretty severely, but we are Maj. John C. Houtz, commander

I The Sunday School Study Course Holly meets each Wednesday nightat Giving and Sharing glad to state the hands are better.I I 1 i I of the station, presented the award j I II .

'will begin at Bayless Hiway Bap- 7:30 p. m. On Wednesday, Feb. Many leaders of our race have We did not learn just how this hap- to Airman Hazen during a formal '

WorthwhileReading. tist Church Wednesday night and 16, the troop had as guest T. C. endorsed the Red Cross campaign pened. ceremony in the presence of all

continue through Friday. All members Slade, one of the ablest and best which starts Tuesday, March 1. Albert Smith is still improvingin I I base personnel. It was said that'' 4th Annual

are urged to attend these speakers in the county. Mr. Slade'One of them Ralph J. Bunche, health. We hope he continues to I Hazen's "diligent application and

meetings. Visitors welcome.We complimented Sooutmaster Holly Undersecretary General of the do S3.Miss. cooperation" made an outstanding
were saddened to hear of the United Nations : "Throughour contribution to the efficient
and his the [ opera-
boys on very fine work Grace Horn called on us '
death of Rufus Green last week. His support to the, Red Cross we, tion at the station.
for your whole familyin Daisy Norman's father and we they were doing and challengedthem give expression to the most nobleof again to check on Mr. Stricklandand
to it A weiner if is to the hos- The Airman of the Month is
; the world-famous pagesof extend sympathy to the family. keep up. roast: human attitudes concern and see he going-

The Christian Science I Mrs. Beulah Kelly spent the climaxed the meeting. Many of compassion for the less fortunate pital for his check-ups as he should. I elected on the basis of integrity

Monitor. Enjoy Erwin 0. weekend with her brother and sis the Committee men and Den Mothers among eur fellowmen, for those Well, he is. I do not have to even airmanship and devotion to duty,

Conham's newest stories, ter-in-law, the O. E. Crosbys of were present and enjoyed the!who are visited by tragedy and go with him to get him to go. I'm by a council composed of non-com:

penetrating national and international the State Farm. Other visitors of activities. I[disaster." Let us all give to the surprised! missioned officers of each sectionon '

I news ,coverage, the Crosbys were their soninlawand Scoutmaster Holly is urging'extent of our ability during the i Minnie Gurr and boys, Billy and the base. As a reward he receives -

features home- Mr. and Mrs. Earl ,Red Cross drive. Bobby, spent Sunday with Faye a three-day pass and a :'
how-to-do daughter I!.more mothers to join the scout P ALA TKA EtA --
and their son CHURCh NEWS attended prize of $10.Airman t
making ideas. Every issue Kelly and children program and encourage participation England and family, also ,

brings you helpful easy-to- and Sherman daughter-in-law Crosby and, :Mr.baby and, all Mrs.of of boys, either 'as Cubs or I,hold ML services'on Pisgah A.M.E.Sunday Church at which will I i church Branch.and Sunday School at Long and Hazen file, clerk who ,is arrived a correspondent at- 3 BIG DAYS FRI.. SAT.. SUN. FEB. 25-26-27,.

read articles. Soouts. There is a place for every time the State will take
Rally place.
Osceola in June 1954 after one
You can get this international Jacksonville.Rev. youth and parent in this organization. -:Mississippi is expecting to win. I Resell Hornsby spent Sunday I
and :Mrs. R. C. Martin at- Jim and year of foreign service with the BULL DOGGING TRICK RIDING
from afternoon with Uncle
All about Florida?
daily newspaper parents, visitors and.What The final
Boston by mail, without tended the State Fair in Tampa friends are asked to come out'program will begin at 7:30: p.m. Aunt Bess. 1414th Air Base Group at Dhahran, Adults $1.50-Children 75c-Reserved Seats $2.00
Saudi Arabia. Prior to his
extra charge. Use the cou- last Saturday. each Wednesday night to the Scout:Who will win the cup? All members Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Webb and I foreign I .
Those who visited the H. B. service he attended Air Police --
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below to start \ and friends are invited to family spent Sunday afternoon
your meetings. Johnson has
pon the week were Mrs. School at Gordon, Ga. and
Kellys during attend. Rev. Camp
E. L. Walker
pastor; with Mrs. Webb's parents, Mr. and
subscript been invited to come in and cover',
Kelly's sister, Mrs. Blondel Rowe Sister Lillie :Mae Riley. secretary.New Mrs. Jack Wilkinson. upon completion of that school he
--------------- and children of Orlando; another the next meeting so that the pub Bethel Baptist Church, Rev.A. .was stationed at Patrick AFB
I The W. M. U. of the Branch
Monitor I
The Christian Science sister Mrs. Lillian Howard and lic can be informed of some of the Vinson pastor, will hold servlires Florida. ':
One, Norway Street children of Bryceville her brother,! immediate needs of the troop.I church met last Thursday eveningand TAKE
1 15. Moss.. U.S. A. ; starting with Sunday School I
oston Dewey Woods and family, Mr. and Summer will soon be here and it I at 9:30 a.m. Visitors are always enjoyed a very interesting Pvt. Richard H. Smith, son of ...
se-send the Monitor to me
P1e checked. Mrs. Claude Woods, Mr. and Mrs. will be time for camping and scout,welcome. service. Sam R. Smith, Rt. 1, Brooker iSI) rt. TWill
ffofpfencd 1 veor$16 0 6 months $6 Q Larry Garner, and :Mr. and Mrs. ing at its best. We will need your I Allen Chapel A.M.E. Church will Friday evening we went to Jim stationed at Ft. Benning, Ga. tO| H .JKI

y 3 months $4 0 Ray Holmes, all of Jacksonville. encouragement and support. Aaron have an "Allen Silver Tea" on Hornsbys' house near Starke to take part in "Exercise Follow Me" I I j WIN1anew I

They enjoyed lunch Sunday at a Holly Scoutmaster Lewis Kelly; Sunday, March 13, at 3 p.m. The have prayer meeting. We had a stmulated atomic warfare ma-

long picnic table outdoors. treasurer Robert Dell Gra- following persons have been named several present and had a wonderful -! ,
(name I ; Eli '
Danny Martin is on the sick list captains ,by the pastor Rev. John meeting. Looks like a good way i
\ ham, Jr., Harry Young, Elmer were 40 Bibles brought 45 prepared -,
l with tonsilitis. We hope he will Committeemeh.' Groover: S. Randolph, E. Givens, to go to have prayer services, but their lessons. I little
Shell am a
: (oddiess) I 0. Johnson. N. Pullum, B. Lennon, and Florence not able to i!
soon be well again. Jim are
P. T. A. Chit Chat '
of this record but it
I. Thomas proud isn't'what
C. Butler B. Lee L.
t .
Thought for the week: It is bet- church more.
attend anywhere any
The Thurston Elementary P. T. Broxton, Q. Grace, L. Cuffee, B. it should be yet. Let's work
hone l ( tots ter to be alone than keep bad com Jim has been real sick and decided "
Uityl we -
PB-H A. met on Monday, Feb. 21, at Morris, M. Paul J. Albert and J. harder and see if we can have;;, Big "Get The Thrill

pany. i which time several films were Groover. Each captain is askedto it was our duty to go to every member present just one I Contest; Going OB

':<, ,- .'. shown. Principal Price announced get a donation for a tea bag them and have services in the I Sunday.We O 0 0 G E I Right Now At Tour
all I
home. That is where .
plans for Adult Education and and report not less than $10. The one place had our Founder's Day pro-
I .money will be used to send dele- Christians fail in their duty in t Dodge Dealers!
most of the parents present indicated gram Wednesday evening of last
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH gates to the district conference the visiting the aged and infirm. We i.
that they were interested in week and all seemed to enjoy the
I I participating. Supervisor Johnson !'4th Sunday in :March.! All captainsare hope to go back again before long program that was rendered. wet, 50 Custom Royal Lancers given away free!
urged to make this tea a sue- and have another meetingat It's fun! It's easy! A contest every day I
STARKE, FLA. I emphasized the fact that H. P. :cess. Chairman prayer had a short movie on the Infantile i
Paul will presentthe
house. This is the
their only
I I Morgan County Supt., was interested program. Some of the best these two can be in church Paralysis treatment. Chauncey I SEE YOUR DODGE DEALER
in the colored patrons .talent from 'Starke and Lawteywill way Moore brought the machine and -
REV. LEWIS D. HAINES. Pastor I II having at least two units in Ad- appear. Plan now to attend. services any more and they do en- film and showed us the picture. \ 1i ;:' : _' ,'- "* =,: -"=; : : :-
I joy the services of our Lord, so we
Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town ult Education from the State De Kditor: To Speak
Pastorium 130 partment. This would be possible'I| Leesburg Epsilon Nu Zeta will try to help them as we go
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Phones Chapter of Zeta Fhi Beta Sorority along. It helps us too to be in these i
only if they were willing to attend.I
It was brought out that the classes Inc. has secured Ozora R. !services. j HP if mINSURANCE

Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 8:00 P.M. had to have 15 or more perSons -I Johnson as speaker for Finer I The "Swamp Land" Quartett, was\
Womanhood program to be conducted with us at Long Branch Church.
Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:45 P.M. enrolled to operate. We believe -
in Wildwood, at ML Moriah 'Sunday night. We invite them back!
that the patrons in Lincoln A.M.E. Church on Sunday, Feb. 27. again time they can come!
Midweek Service Wednesday 8:00 P.M. every i
City will turn out so that they The speaker is supervisor of
I and be with us. i
Service WDVH at can have a center of their own for Negro schools, Bradford County, i H. C. WALL AGENCY
Hear the Sunday Morning over education. and former Our Sunday School jumped from I
A jar of candy will be supervisor in Broward
11 a.m. Regular Broadcast Every 1, 3, and 5 Sunday. i 38 back to 70 Sunday. We were
,County Florida and Lee
raffled off at the meeting of the County, I I PHONE 146
North Carolina. glad to see so many back with us
holds the
Hobby Club on Monday, Feb. 28.
-' "- .---- .---- All patrons and friends are asked I A.B. degree from :Morris Brown again. Forty-two of these were I I 200 E. Call St. Starke, Fla.

to !.College, Atlanta Ga.. Master of 100 per cent members and there
come out and take a chance on. ,
Education from Temple University I
f -,
winning this candy and
and has post graduate study j'
delicious that will be 'I
a repast pre-
at Indiana University. She has

First Baptist Church Hamnton pared by Principal Price and her taught in elementary, junior and I
faculty for this meeting. senior high schools and colleges

I The Hobby Club of R J. E. will and has directed several work .-- .4* .
Merle L. Packham Pastor meet 3 at 8HIGHLAND shops. .- ------
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Wed.Night "Hour of Power" 8 P.M. fly Mrs. Ijiry Norman felt thanks for their many expressions I
of sympathy and kind- -- -
ness during the illness and deathof .

This is a Church in which the Bible is Baptist Church-Sun-,'[ our loved one. Especially do ,
School 9:45: a. m. Worship serv-
we thank Dr. A. J. Barry for his
ices 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Prayer 0
I Preached and Taught faithful service. Family of Mrs.
Meeting each Wednesday 7 p. m. ,

COME WORSHIP WITH US Teachers meeting each Wednesday Lena B. McVay. I I
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6:30 p. m. E. C. Harvey, pastor. J.i I .I i:.'

A. Eunice, superintendent Sunday -
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Evelyn Norman of Jacksonville

MOVING ents spent Thedore the the Leonard weekend Norman Normans.with is working her par at, Even the air you breathe is better !

Fleming Island this week. .
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LOCAL OR S Safe PHONE !-pent the weekend with friends and .JIM BO-ttie most sensational' Invention in Hit Chevrolet's I new ...:" 'i"-... Only Chevrolet and higher-iriced cars give
S Dependable relatives here. history of fishing-::the artificial minnow that swims. jm ". you a ventilation system like this!
LONGDISTANCE S 311 No mole live bait to buy. This is the lure sensation :' Air enters here' A special chamber under the ventilationlouvers
Ellen Norman entered Riverside of the 2Ctb century.
Highlevelventilation .
) IT SWIM-no. springs, uses no fuel; R swims as : keeps rain out of the car and supplies
e B. Alvarez OR hospital Sunday.On long as you leave it in the water Swims by desired unique : at hood-high level- : you with a more even flow of air. And it also

For the sick list this week are process depth-ia of lake balance: stieam.and lull.gravity bay.for.Any fish any that will system.gives away from road heat,fumes j acts as a girder, making the car stronger.

Agents TRANSFER AND. 250-J Zettie Padgett, Francis Ellen Norman strike I minnow wdl strike JIM BO.This IS no gad '. / This is just one of the exciting discoveriesyou'll
get Looks and swims like a live minnow. and
Dtleher Bros.
STORAGE CO. Mr. Converse and Elizabeth Ibis is the lure ol lures-buutilul silver leaf you cleaner, fresher air, ",.. .;-- make when you drive the Motoramic
for friends also Satisfaction .. Come in and see. .
!Ann Harvey. plastic Buy one your .. Chevrolet
guaranteed Send $1.00 only. lot each lure Send of it! .... ... ...
and all want
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Happy birthday to ElizabethAnn I check or cash e pay postage. Sold by ma;a! only. ..

STORAGEerryman Harvey, Feb. 15. E. C. HarveyFeb. I :J.&R.TACKLE CO. P.O Box 741. largo. Iii.I .

9. Lesley and Jannette Grif-' .- I .

Bldg. S. Court St. Starke Florida fis Jan. 30 and Feb. 5. I .

L- -Ip.____.__ I Mrs. Selma Eunice Norton was I ;_ _
honored Tuesday with a stork FRIGIDAIRETHERE'S
: Everything's new in (hemotoramic
shower. Hostesses were Mrs. J. S. ..1 ;

Eunice Jr. Mrs. John Brown. Mrs. ,. I
DRAPES -a-- .
Lee Green and Mrs. Bill Pendarvis. : JUST ONE :. ,
The Sunday school rooms are 1 / Chevrolet

SLIP COVERSREUPHOLSTERING -.a ;. coming along nicely, will soon have I FRIGIDAIREMade General ;, ;4 \

the roof on. The bath rooms are only by ... : '. .. _
now ready. Motors Corp. All other fi ,'

Electric Refrigerators are i CHEVROLET I

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National Guard I County Gas Sales -- :NOTICE--TO- \PPKIIl plaint ontheFlalntlffsAtturney

Begins Weekend Show Decline In Circuit ('ourt. Bradford Count, and Grern file the&original Green. Starke in the."'ft Fl.n-ia. __ __ _

SPORTS Florida: In 1 haacrry.f the Clerk of the Circuit Court Ill _
Training Periods ]For November 1954 i before the _
.:ird L. Turlington. I'laintiff.. 2S day of March 195.:,. _
' \ I ". .. Turlington. Defendant. otherwise the allegation. i t 'H.
All units of the 2nd Battalion, A drop of 2.8 per cent in gasoline 1 Case >o. 19-8S5 Complaint will be taken .1- ,nt -

124th Infantry will attend weekend sales in Bradford County during -! M\ : :Notice' Topp..ar ed by you.
., '.
i 1' Joyce Turlington, whose resi- This notice shall be i> l: '
training at Camp Blanding this the month of November 1954.as ...t f and address i, : 4716 West once each: week for four C'Il-, .
; Street. Pen,.arola. Florida ,', .
g.:: ry weeks in the Bradford 'loll" i
Saturday and Sunday (Feb. 26-27). compared with the same montha BHS Cagers Close With Rousing : '.'''ii I are hereby notified that a graph

Members of the battalion include year ago, is reported by the Allied -:, .' it t f".uid T Di restoration i\orif. ,, t..h'of ihiUl'name: if imn 'r .1 Pitted. this .4 d.l.1 .\' t : lI. Kli'JS. \

the local unit, Headquaters Co., Co. Gasoline Retailers Associationof I ,'I ,- ">" n filf"! "t.. .I n-t > i-n in thr) iiiiFKl'I.! I. E.\1.1! > '!hah : \ h _
t 11 nan <.n I" "i. .,. .j i ..u'< .it.d I i"', -! f' .tfv ." :
E. from Ocala, Co. F from Jack- Florida's publication Agra, in One-Point Over CallahanA :
Victory .
I i i r.,1.| < d) r \ i i \>\ I I.t tX ; : :\I.r. ,,, I L 'i \ 1 p. >
sonville Co. G from Gainesville figures released this week. I .. W. ,. .,.! K '11. "' : IT

and Co. H from Leesburg.The During November just past
Guardsmen will spend the there were 422,579 gallons of gas- story-book finish is what the' Callahan remained in the ball

weekend firing the various: weapons oline sold in Bradford County; home folks saw last Friday nightin game throughout the final quarter %WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICETELEVISION

within the units, such as the the figure for the correspondingmonth the local armory when the Tornadoes with the lead changing hands six I

carbine rifle. U. S. Army rifle, a year ago is 435,125 gal- froze the ball for a full times. With two minutes 20 seconds -

tons, or a decrease of 12,546 gal- minute and eked out a one point to go Glen Reddish scored
pistol machine guns, and mortars.
,victory over the Blue and Gold from the field to put Bradford I
The units will arrive Saturday
Ions.The from Callahan. The, win avengedan ahead 51-50. Fifteen seconds later
and stations same report shows a statewide -
morning depart for home -
early season loss to the boys Charlie Herlong hit for Callahan,
Sunday afternoon. \ total of 92,102,647'and gallons from Nassau County. This game putting his team ahead 52-51. BUS BOYS "A" SQUAD: First row (I to r) Buck Gill Gus Kope-

Members of the local unit will sold in Nov. 1953, 81,835,370 I was not only the last one played Townsend Strickland1 matched this lousos, Glen Reddish. Edward Akridge Edgar Akridge. Standing: RADIO
sold in Nov. 1954, a of over ,
report to the armory Saturday drop 'on the armory floor by the Torna- five seconds later to put the Tor- Jerry Lawson Stanley Clark, Towiiscnd Strickland, Kenneth NoegeL

morning at 10 o'clock except the :ten million gallons, or about an does this year; but, in view of the nadoes out front 53-52. Bradford! Stanley Clark was captain of the team and also selected as All AND

members of the Mess Section who 11 per cent decrease.All new gym now going up the game captured the ball as Callahan | Conference.BUS .

will leave earlier to prepare din- counties which border on [last Friday closed out all BHS came down the floor and began to .

ner for members of the company. Bradford, with the exception of i play on the armory floor. This freeze the ball. The Blue and I i

Baker, showed a marked decrease 'ast game will surely be one not Gold, trying desperately to get the r
The otjective of the weekend 1 1I
I in gasoline sales during the period soon forgotten by BHS followers. ball back fouled Edgar Akridge 17-inch TVMahosany $159.95 Sales
training is to have every man
I covered. Union County was particularly Four players. Edward and Edgar who promptly sank both free
with the he is
qualify weapons hard hit, as sales dropped Akridge, Stanley Clark and Town- throws. Bradford led 55-52. and Service

tanned with in his parent unit. I from 318,780 to 97,208 gallons, a I. send Strickland played their last Callahan guard Higgenbothamtook ._tJ.an ssnsr.rrSJflr Anna flSssSsssflSrsssflS

Members of Headquaters Co.I I decrease of almost170 per cent. I game for BHS before the home advantage of a Bradford 224 N. Temple Ave. PHONE 166 Starke, Florida

who have recently re-enlisted after One possible explanation of crowd. This quartet acted as fumble to ring a two-pointer with
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completing six years of service are decrease in gasoline sales throughout -,!captains in the contest. I. less than two minutes to play and I. -- ...

Sgt, George W. Teston, Cpl. Clifton the state during November is For the first three quarters the Bradford lead was cut to 55-o"4. -- -- -

E. Griff, and Vernon L. Star- that the weather was cold, and the Bradford supporters had little to I As the Tornadoes put the ball in I

enlisted ling. Others after who completing have recently a three-re-!, tourists The report deferred also their shows visits.4,008 I cheer 13-5 lead about in as the Callahan first period.piled up The a both play charity Reddish tosses was fouled to increase and made the ? j j Sell It Rent It Trade It

I Tornadoes hit their first field goal lead to 57-54. Jessie Rowe, trying
enlistment are Sgt. Bobby; motor vehicles registered in Brad-
after the game was five minutesold. a desperation with one minute, ten I
Crosby and SFC John L. Alvarez.I I ford County, or roughly one for The second quarter saw Brad- seconds left to go, was successful I I WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED
The unit will have two
more every three residents, and also ford making a come-back. Half and the Tornadoes clung to a one

weekends at Camp Blanding after that there are 54 retail gasoline time saw Callahan sporting a point lead. Now the freeze was I I

this one. After that they will start stations in the County. three-point lead.Throughout put on for a full minute and the I Low Rales Good Results Easy To Place

plans for their two weeks of field the third period the ball game ended. Glen Reddish I i !0 WORDS OR LESS, ONE INSERTION 50c

training. N Rites Held Friday lead see-sawed back and forth: and was high for Bradford with 21 i 1 i EACH ADDITIONAL WORD 2e

Tho-..-> _?.nit. Rn-'" i..,.. I'nnm"nit"it_...... .. nv- - Bradford forged ahead 45-41 as points. Edward Akridffe:- had 17 i i! IU'i'orJtT OF IS! PER TENT O\ TWO OR MOHK INSERTIONS

'-fitj. Robert V. Link of JaCkSOn-" I For Rufus Green i Edward Akridge made good on j points including nine out of ten : GIRLS SQUAD. Front row (left to right) Tat Hobbs, Gail i

ville. He has over 2 t years of,At Brooker ChurchRufus two free ended.thrcws just before the!I free throws. Charlie Herlong had nukE'1t'IiOOa Stalling;: Linda Johns (co-captain). Bab-. Lance ('al- I Sac \AUDITION: FOR BLIM1: AHS OR ADS NOT "'.\lD ADVANCE:
I period 115 for the visitors. I
service in the Regular Army and' I tain), Kay Rowland, Sandra Strickland. Jackie Fret'at t. Standing:
National Guard. Maj. Link succeeded Green, 60, retired farmer hlissa. Stefanelli Martha Vanlandingham, Joann Slade Ljndal Meen.

Lt. Col. T. K: McClane who and resident of Brooker died at Stanley Clark Leading Point-Getter I Jean Johnson, Jackie Colley, Ann Williams Claire Douglas, and (COUNT 5 WORDS TO EACH LINE)

was. recently transferred and as- his home Wednesday following a Laumne Duncan, manager. Barbara ('0111'), manager not shown in

signed as Battalion Commanderof heart attack. He was born in With 12.4 Average; Reddish SecondIn picture.
i FOR SALE Piano $75. Muntg"m.Ward .'. >
Bradford County and had lived at
the Third Battalion, 124th Inf. I Console Radio and Pb"D'

with headquarters in Eustis. Brooker since 1932. winning eight out of nine- I'I n f1 FOR SALE graph $75. I Kloor Uimp $7Montgonnry
I I n Ward Wrlngei
Surviving are his wife Mrs
:1st Lt. Randal F. Chitty, com- : teen basketball contests the 1954- 8-Meel ScheduleIs '. I I Washer $40. White Portable Sew
Rachel Rhoden Green; four daugh-, SLAG ROCK ins Machine $25. Kuil-a-way bed
mander of -the heal 55 Tornado amassed totalof '
company cagers a with mattress $25. Inquire Trail
ters, Mrs. Clyde Robinson, Cler- AnnouncedFor 4' \L t-r, Hiuay Chapel Vest Hi 16
states that the unit has two vacancies 951 points to 1068 for their way
mont; and Mrs. Clyde Cone Mrs. Excellent for Drivewaysand Phone 293-W. Ztohg 3:4
at the present time and men This the localsan CindermenCoach '
opponents. gives
Vjctor Jones and Mrs. Edward \< vJ Parkways WANTED Work
1 as maid. Margaret
interested in
joining in time to ;
Raulerson, all of Brooker. average of 50 points per game. ."I'tj' """,,.-< (iambl... 1U 2 Box 139. Itpd
take advantage of the weekend, James Hobbs announcedan ( I $3.00 Per Yard
I Funeral services were held in Stanley Clark was the leading FOR SALE-Wettern Flyer Bicycle
training periods are invited to eight-meet schedule for the : I In 5 Yard Lots Almost good as! new. Paid $5i
the Brooker Church last I
Baptist pointgainerith 236 an
drop by the armory. averageof Tornado track squad this week. will take $25. Henry Hodges, Ht.
Friday aftrnoon at 3 o'clock with 12.4 points game. Glen Call 2 Box 63. Starke. Fla. Up
The Guardsmen receive The Ihin-clads
regular will '
Rev. Mr. Stallings officiating. Reddish was second in total open against I I J I WISH TO DUY Industrial land closeto
army pay for drills held at the Burial in Dedan points Ocala on :March 18, a dual meet- :L HILLY JACKSON Starke. with or without build-
was Cemetery
armory and other exercises suchas with 195 or slightly more than ten On March 25, Tornado cindermen : 1. Phone 165 ings; also income property Address
with DeWitt C. Jones Funeral ;, 1 j i full details to: C W.P 34r.2
weekend training and summer Home Gainesville in points per game. Third was Edward will enter the Robert E. Lee Relays f ,,,:1.#. 'j\ I 79th Ave. S. E. Washington 28,
in Jacksonville I). C'.
field training."We Akridge with 181 points for and the follow- W A."TED'OTTO r..AG5-lIUST lOtp 3/4
ing day the Florida Relays at I L'E CLEAN Bradford County
Townsend Strick- FOR RENT-Four rooms partlcally
are having our annual the season and Telegraph. tf
E. Lewis Parrish Gainesville. On April 8, a dual furnished. electric kitchen. 1 acre
armory inspection by the Inspector land scored 151 points, giving meet is scheduled with Palatka ICALI. BY SIAr: GAS COMPANY ground Access to lake $U mo

General from Third Army on Dies At Home Here Bradford four men, each scoring there. April 8, is an open date FOR FREE LIST. WALL FOOD SHOPPING Itche- Stars & Stripes Kingsley Lake ltp

:March 10 and hope to have a full more than 1,00 points during regular -,which possibly will be filled. On
E. Lewis (Punch) Parrish, 52, season play. i FOR RENT-Three room partly fur- FOR SALE-Practically new O. E.
unit at that time, Lt. Chitty said. April 15 the Fletcher Invitational Refrigerator and Stove, both
501 W. Madison
lifelong resident of Bradford County nished house. .
elze. Reasonable
I'lar (.OUIM Free Tot FI'i'I'bro'i. Meet will be run at Jacksonville Phone 24-J. Itchg apartment -

Funeral died Monday morning at his I't.. Beach with the East Florida Conference BHS BOYS "B" SQUAD: First row ((1 to r) Joe Harden Buck Gill Phone Starke 180. ltp
26: 451tddIsh
Monday home in Starke following a heart Clark 86 64 I.arlt" DI..omlolt.1..0.
SS 79 195 84 :Meet scheduled for Delandon Jack Seivert (manager), James Norman. Standing: Billy Harrington, SPKCIUSI.K ON AZILEASI FOR SA1.E-Two! bedroom frame
I house just out side limits
For R. R. Prevatt, attack. % I'dward Akridge 6 50 51 54 IRI 154 47trIckIan4 44Idgar April 29. The place for the Reason Kirkland, John Golsby, Gene Norman, and Curtis McGee. I I I ) CAMEI.I.I1S Half PriceSF.F.INC on paved highway. Hath City and hotuater
Mr. Parrish was born at Sampson I %11 Plant at hpatpr Priced U.500. SI.700
Akridge 25 22 7:! 19Kop..Jouoo Group Meet on April 29, has not : is nEI.ivIGIIEVEIFIIi '
down1 i ii
Retired Farmer
City on Feb. 8, 1903, the son monthly payments.
69 45
23 23 G.\lIUF.
yet been decided. On A7.U.K*
May 7, the Write Owner. I1. O. Box
of the late Zeke and Martha Deaver Lawson 26 5 31 31 ANI1 MHSF.nVPnulinr I'
S37. Stark gtohg 3/4
SOf'gf'1 4 3 II 8 supreme test for the Tornado C of C Board
Prevatt 74 I Karlc folllnnPhonr
Richard Raymond ,
Parrish. He worked with
Hogan Gill I 0 \I 2 trackmen VV. C. T. U. .
will be the state ClassA directors UOIbort "8-KB2' : Earleton 'Ia.t FOR S.\LE-1947 Ford. good clean
Chamber of
retired farmer and lifelong resi- Smith in his timber operation for TOTALS 338 301 9-19 328 rendition. Inquire at Simpson's
at Gaines-
dent of Bradford County died at about 20 years and recently hat ville. will meet in the office Monday Bicycle Shop. South Walnut. lip
AMFKICA: C.VXXOT BE rilE- Improved pasture. 120
his home east of Starke Saturday been the State Road Feb. 28, at 1:30: p.m. All board 60 ACRES
employed by 2 dwellings.
Intramural Track bearing pecan FOR SALE One heater-
EKVEI; ) ALCOHOL! gas space
morning following a heart attack. Department. He was a memberof I members are requested to be pres- I. Bumerous out buildings, water brand new: others of various

He had been in ill health for some the Baptist Church. Finals Are Held Baseball WorkoutsAre ent as there is important business I (Signal Press, Evanston, Illinois.) I pumps.supply plentiful$25,000. Write with auto.C. LetschU elec. Only.sizes It.used E. MacP.lain for Sale, cheap.Phone 60-'ash W
to decide at this
Surviving are his wife. Mrs. Ruby time. Jerry II 2, Box 51. Starke (Bradford Co.) ftp 3.4
BHS This WeekFinals Stepped Up : I TfCnflT
time.Mr. Sweat Parrish, Starke three IAt Cay, president.
Prevatt was born near ; I .:::: WE HAVE IN STOCK one new
Brooker on Sept. 4. 1880, the son daughters Mrs. Ethel Boyles: I II were held this week in ,With 20 Reporting I Model Wurlitzer Spinet Piano that

of the late Louis Darling and I Jacksonville; Mrs. Bernice Griffis I Senior: High Intramural track competition .m..BB. . IB] A. J. Thomas, Starke, Fla. was up payments repossed.on Someone the contract can take andeffect

Rachel Crosby Prevail. He was a I I and Miss Imogene Parrish, both Of I II in the 100 yard dash with Coach Joe Hull this week step- B H .m. B B B B . I HAS real savings in strictly
I !=:Rtarke; three sons E. L. and J. p.1 ped up baseball workouts with modern high-grade piano. GRID-
member of the. First Baptist Lyle Buck Jr. of Room 12A finish- LEY'S (Formerly Modern :Music
Parrish, both with the U. S. Armynow some candidates reporting. A 8uutd 1 Mart) 1025 W. University Ave
Church: of Stark I in service overseas. and Billy I II ing first. Wayne Wooten of 10-c; I few more will swell this number edatq Phnne 24023. Gainesville Itchir
Charles Kirkland, ll-B; William \TT nice thrrr bed room houses
Surviving are one daughter,Mrs. Parrish of Starke; two brothers, I to about 25 after basketball competition -I i: In Saratoga Ilright. Hmntlfnle FOR SALE-2,500 and 4,900 EVT.U
Marguerite Roberts of Chaires'I W. B. Parrish of Bayard and Her Home 11-D: and Doyle Griffis is over. Three pitchers CHECKERBOARD NEWSi ,.,I \\ ..t MadlMm !Street with Its Gas Space heaters. Used three
behind Buck in that kidrnalkn lending to !Subimuion. weeks .
12-C. finishing patrd Phone 108, Dr. Bellinger.Itp
Fla.. one son Nathan N. Prevatt, man Parrish of Connecticut; one Kenneth Parrish Edwin Johns and 8r I A .% aDd -U.\ finanrlnKatallablr.

Gainesville; two brothers, Morgan half brother. Ed Parrish of Gra- order. Mr. Knight's 12-A room Wallace Rivers have spent the By Jim Chasteen :I .
leads in total points with 14 1-2 at FOP. SALE-Two
piece leatherett
Prevail High Springs, and W. L. ham and three sisters Mrs. : week throwing batting practice. ; hublantinl
; May 2!) acre pecan farm with living room suite. Double Holly-
the present time. Points NO evidence of BROWNLEE & CHASTEEN I ., d"elllnB, modern con.ieninrr's. wood bed with box
Prevail, Waldo; and three sisters, Townsend, Jacksonville, Mrs. Lena any long distance springs and
5, 4, 3, 2, 1 for first through tlouters T"o milrn of Starkr4 interring mattress Also m
Mrs. R. C. Davis Gainesville Mrs. Thompson, Baltimore Md., and I fifth places. is noticed as yet. All 10th & Cherry Sts. Starke, Fla.! mile off patrd hlebway.I'rlrrd Crosby truck. Call 274-W. Itp

M. U Ennis, Jacksonville, and Mrs. Miss Barbara Parrish. I I positions are still open and Coach rraxonabl attrartIclersus.

E. J. Raiford. Funeral services have been I In the Junior High Division Hull is eager to have more candidates \\OM\\ OF CII \R.CTR
Yarbrough, un If have been
!tentatively set for 3 p.m. Friday in I j Charles Lamee Charles Noegel, and I try out.Sludents. I ;:o acre honir..itrH nllbln 2 mile's or you otherwise find recentlv yourself widowed in the
Funeral services were held in the DeWitt C. Jones with'Rev. Curtis McGee of 9A, 9D, and 9D of Starkr nlth patrd hifrontaee. ; ". position of desiring to make new
the First Church Chapel Use Priced an low as city friends, develop new contacts, and
Baptist Wormy Pigs
\ tied for first in
S. E. Sparks officiating.Burial espectively place To Play luhn Ideal totting for a nice supplement your income you pos-
day afternoon at 4 o'clock will follow in Crosby Lake the high jump with leaps of 4 ft. 20('Ii More GrainDon't country home. sibly can qualify for a full or
Rev. L. D:: Haines officia part-time position with a Marshall
pastor Cemetery. I 11 inches. Van Prescott of 8C and I Faculty In Annual For these and other baricaln la Field family owned enterprise.

ting. Burial was in Crosby Lake, Active pallbearers will be Harold Gerald Crosby of 9B tied for the. Basketball let wormy pigs wastefeed. real estate rail prefer someone interested In
under the direction I Game teaching club or church work.
Cemetery other two places. In the 100 yard
Smith Austin Smith, Lewis Smith, No pigs to catch. No A. J. THOMASREALTOR Full training jt \'pn. Openings in
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home. Shi Smith Albert Newman, and dash, Leslie Libby of 9C finished I Lawtey and Starke. In fact you
Active pallbearers! were Chas. Doyle Conner..Funeral .first with a time of 11.5 seconds. The Bradford Future Business pigs to hold. Just feed Purina can be living in any part of Bradford
Leaders of America County It you have a car.
A. Darby, W. H. Graham A. J. I Following behind him were Charles will present Pig Wormer for 3 days.: Worming X23 Temple "','e. Telephone 383 For local interview appointmentwrite
Thomas Sr., Carl Johns, F. F. Noegel of 9D, Van Prescott of SC, their annual basketball game be- Split Feed Test Set cost only 4-6c per head Starke Florida to Mrs. Wright care this
giving address
paper and phone
Stump and Joe Starling. I. SundayFor Winfred Tomlinson of 8A and tween the teachers and studentson Up On Baby ChicksWe're No starvation period to set back I number and brief outline of experience. -

[ Bradley Child Ellis McRae of 7A. Miss Rosen- Friday, March 4, in the Starke gains. No mixing or measuring I RADIOS REPAIRED itp

I berg's room leads the JuniorHighParade armory at 7:30 p. m. Admission: to it right when you use Purina Pig All Hake All Models MBN
Rites going prove
Thursday 1 II I Noonan Henry Bradley, infant with 12 points. students 25 cents, adults 50 cents. before your eyes. Come in and Wormer. Ask for complete details >tea.oaable !charge. T. SHEPHERDrox guaranteedCHAS. Electrolux nu-n.can place Mechanically three neat appearing in-

For Lee Roy Kalch, s on of Mr. and Mrs. Noonan M. During intermission cakes will see baby chicks we're starting in about this easj-to-use, w. fall M. fctarte Ph. KS dined. References required inPale

Hampton Farmer Bradley died Thursday night of!Miss Alvarez awarded.be auctioned off and door prizes our store. We've split the flock. effective product. I Steady? and employment Service Work, earning in County.opportunity -

last week at the residence near Refreshments will be on Half will receive Purina Startena I I of $71.SO to $105.08 to
i Named ChairmanOf Electric Motors start. Car
Helpful Write Lynn
Lt-e Roy Kalch, 67. farmer and Starke. He was born in Starke on' sale.The and half will receive another / I 11 use, 12* East Bay St. Jackson-
I Cancer Drive club plans to use the money starting ration. See them now as vllle, Fla. itchf
lifelong resident of Hampton died Xov. 22 1954. II I I About twel\e days ago: we REWOUND AND
I earned for the purchase of I the test and back
begins come
Tuesday in a Palatka hospital fol- Surviving, besides his parents, borrowed two pigs each from SER'ICEDSmall I LET J. D. ono>>. JR
'I The announcement that :Miss'office machines and to send dele often to see the difference H\DLB YOIR:
Mr. Conner and Mr. II.
lowing a brief illness. ,are a brother Charles M. Bradley. Raleigh
Alvarez will as'I'gates to the State FBLA Conven- Purina makes. CATTLE ANt HOGSSALES
Dorothy serve A. Law'tOo. These _
and a sister Judy Ann Bradley his I pig. averaged Appliance Repair I -
Mr Kalch was born at Hamptonon :
I 'I chairman of the 1955 Cancer Fund tion in Tallahassee. 25 Ibs. ea('h. We wormed these Live Oak Each \\>......d.7
March 4, 18S7, the son of the maternal grandmother Mrs. Noonan ) Come In and talk baby chicks General Machine WorkS Kalnrotlllr Each Friday
late William and Hannah Petti- M. Bradley Sr. of Starke and drive in Bradford County was made; I next time you're in town. Now' pigs. and have them on I'urina'sPig. I tf
\ this week John H. Swisher Interest ShownIn I Startena. You should seethe
I by of'
John Kalch. He spent his entire paternal grandparents, Mr. and a good time to order your qual-
Mrs. Hayden Hall of Benton Jacksonville state chairman of the' ity chicks so thE'Yill come into difference that Purina makes. All Work Guaranteed II LARGE HOME FOR SALE
life in that vicinity, where he Tenn.1 Adult Classes, The next time you are in town CHEAP
Cancer Crusade. I next fall while
farmed his active years.1] Funeral services were production egg Reasonable Rates
during come by and see how these pigsare I
He was a member of the Hampton the Union Primitive Baptist Church]I! The quota for Bradford County j Supervisor Says prices That.shere are high. Purina 47hick putting on weight and see S I LOT NEARLY ACRE ON CHER-

Baptist Church. .Sunday morning at 10:30 o'clock :has been raised from $600 to $.00' how cheap they are doing it. RY STREET IN HEART OF
Information sheets on the Adult Startena ran help you most.More TOWN OF STARKE. FOR SALE
Surviving are two daughters. ; with Rev. Bert Rawls oificiatmg. this year. The county-wide "lights I.Education were sent to that 101 million chicks a RED SEAL I CHEAP BY OWNER. APPLY AT

Mrs South Bend. Interment was in Dyal Cemetery: en" canvass will be conducted program I GUMBER-S GULF STATION, I
Helen Bennett of
I(I all county school patrons recently. year have proved Purina Chick I attended a poultry S'hoolla..t ELECTRIC & MACHINE I I NORTH OF STARKE. HIGHWAYi
In<1.. and Mrs. Juanita Hankins of 1. with DeWitt C. Jones in charge of April 25 and an effort will be made l Responses to date show definite Startena Cherker-Etts will help Monday in Orlando and picked i 301 JAX HIGHWAY. tfchg

Lan."mlich..; one son Leo R.I arrangements. to reach every home in the county,i interest in the idea L. H. Gibson, you grow big, husky chicks tip a lot of Rood pointers on the SHOPF. i I

Kalch Jr. of Jacksonville; and five Miss Alvarez said. quickly. In fact, Purina Star- poultry business. I sincerely believe II FOR RENT Two bedroom furnished .
general supervisor. Bradford Coun-
tena Checker-Etts will give 12% that these pointers will en- W. CKAUDON apartment. Apply Shepherds
stepchildren Clarence and G.Y'I
I Recent Births A pre-campaign meeting was ty schools stated Radio and TV Shop. tfchg-
Hkks both O. V. faster growth than any ofl'urina's able you to make your poultry Owner,1\lanager I
of Jacksonville, I held in Lake City Monday night!! "It is most important to send in '
FOR RE Unfurnished 2 bedroom
previous Startena ;
Hicks of Palatka, and Woodrow I Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Pope of and attending from this county j j i a postcard indicating first, second mashes operation be than more profitable.to I'll 106 Washington St.-Phone S97 apartment. Also furnished
Hicks of Brunswick, Ga., and Mrs. the birth I I more glad pass onthi. one bedroom apartment. Close In
Hampton announce of a were Miss Alvarez. Miss Dorothy and third choices of subjects wanted Starke, FIa.Z
Poultrymen, large and small information. My paramount desirable location. 201 W. :Madison -
Willie Steele of Jacksonville. daughter. Betty J..). in Doctor's Ross, :Mrs. J. C. Sapp, and Irs.1 i I so that properly qualified teachers have reported money-sating advantages desire is to see feeders in Brad- PAID ON SAVINGS KEYSTONE tfchg
Funeral services were held in|Clinic Hospital on Feb. 16. I Freddie Watterson. A highlight may be secured," :Mr. Gibson from Micro-Mixed' Star- ford County realize more profit % STATE BANK KEYSTONE CARPENTER WORK-Block work,

the Hampton Baptist ChurchThursday Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Howard of of this meeting was a film. "230.-I II added.As tena Checker-Etts. from monies invested.' HEIGHTS. FLA-, MEMBER wiring. plumbing, roofing siding, I'

afternoon at 3 o'clocK Lake Butler announce the birth of 000 Will Die" pointing out the state approval of the pro- FDIC. Write sprouting C. A.and Sorrell cement c/o Bradford work. .

with the pastor Rev. Merle Pack- '' daughter. Ruby Lisa in Doctor's ,need for early detection in fighting i iI gram must be arranged for in ad- Quality Chicks Fo Bigger Profits Keep plenty of Hot Water County Telegraph. 4t 2/25

ham, officiating. Burial was in 'I''I'a Hospital on Feb. 17. I I cancer. :i I!vance. it will not be possible to be- I r For ONLY 9.95 down $6.00 MAN A."TED-Are you the man (

the family plot in Santa Fe Ceme- i 1' gin any classes before July. How- I Here's the Quality back 4. Hens the for this business? Do you own a
I! Miss Alvarez said that the Program producing hatching per month for 12 months
tery near Hampton with DeWitt Masonic Notice I I ever, those interested in the pro- chicks I I light car or truck? Would $75 .
C. Jones -lights on" plan not only will develop our : eggs are fed for chick vigor. i buys a 20 gallon Automatic weekly Interest you? A Watkins I
Funeral Home in charge I gram should send in a postcard before .
1. from is
They're highproducingbreeder 5. They get careful hatching. I Dealership being established In t
finance for research but it Coleman Hot Water Heater.
of arrangements. Bradford Lodge 35 F. & A. twill I March 1. flocks. Order quality baby chicks now rural Bradford-Union County. It
twill also provide funds for cases I Slade Gas Co. will be let to the first man between
hold its regular bi-monthly I Requests already in are forI 2. They're inspected for health. for delivery on the date you 25 and 55 who qualifies. :

Recent BirthMr. meeting Monday, Feb. 23, at 7:30,of destitute people afflicted by I I courses in typing, bookkeeping. I 3. They're fast-growing strains. select. WISH TO BUY Industrial land closeto Write or wire the J. R. Watkins t
I Co.. 659 Peachtree St., N. E. Atlanta -
I p. m. During this meeting held at j I cancer. The cancer literature distributed -j shorthand, conversational Spanish, Starke with or without buildIngs Ga. 4tchg t/25

and Mrs. Frow Strickland !the Masonic Temple. Sr. Warden 1! to the people of the county -[I algebra and requests have also JIM CHASTEEN dress; full also details Income to property.: C.W.P., Box Ad-

announce the birth of a son,j Jack McComb will confer the Fel-I on April 25 will point out the:been received from a few persons S2VR Starke. Fla. lOtp i/4 IJ50 ENGLISH condition.FORD.Priced low mileage to sell.,
Stephen Mover born Feb. 20 in jlowcraft Degree. All Fellowcraft !I early signs of cancer and tell what,who wish to complete elementary I..m. nmgl FOR REXT-Four room furnished 1 See it at Torode's Used Car Lot.

St Vincent's Hospital. .Masons are invited to attend. i ito dn if they are found. and high school courses. l nCat I hnu.-t. 301 South, Water. ltp tf

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