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: March 11, 1955
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Local Funds Go To Fight Toll Road; Commissioners Seek To Speed Up

Johns And Conner State Opposition ,They r ; Long-Sought %Widening Of U. S. 301With I

Bradford County's members ofj' Businesses in the Starke area 1 Senator Charley E. Johns I that the current payment was the

the Legislature had the following have contributed a total of $726 to and Representative Doyle E. Conner !last one on the two-way radio system -
to say this week about the pro- the turnpike-fighting fund now being V- as invited guests the Board used by the sheriffs office

posed central Florida toll road: raised by the Florida Free The ;:: V i of County Commissioners met 'i I Commissioner Harrell asked that

H Senator Charley E. Johns- Highways Association.The Monday at the Courthouse to dis- !the county loader be permitted to

_"When I was Acting Governor I announcement was made < I cuss the proposed bill which would 'aid in the construction of the

represented the entire state and I here Tuesday by C. L. Scholl ., ; (take the 60 per cent of election ':Brooker Farmer's Market Com-
Cake .,
was for a toll road. Now that I 1 1 chairman of the fund drive, at the .'(. (qualifying fees away from the I"missioner Prevatt told the Board

am a Senator, and the people in regular meeting of the Bradford :; i counties and give it to the State jit was being used on the road be-

L:4eA: my counties don't want a toll road, County Motor Court Assn. Democratic Committee. I tween the Buddy Norman and Wil-

I am going to oppose it." The Tuesday meeting was attended jJ ..i, Board members asked the legislators ,lie Reddish farms, but an agreement

Representative Doyle E. Conner"I by Chalmers D. Home of 4. -' to oppose any such bill, on was worked out so that both
am definitely going to oppose Jacksonville, president of the Free I the grounds that the money usually projects could be done without
any toll road construction, any- Highways Association, who outlined STANLEY CLARK, BuS athlete, and Mrs. Charles Partin, faculty ; pays for the cost of an election -i conflict.i .

where in the State. I think there plans of the organization to member, look pleased as punch over the cakes they won at the student- I and received assurance that !i Tom Williams, who lives

may be enough votes to kill the combat all proposed toll roads in faculty basketball game last Friday night. For story of game seepage it would be opposed. I Sampson City, asked the Board near

proposed extension of the ''bob Florida. He urged all businessmen 8.City. I Efforts of the Board to get a replace the fence torn to

z-- : tail' toll road." in this area who have not already 'survey started by the State Road I road construction, and after down in

ct .: j A bill authorizing the construction I. done so, to support the Free And I(Department on the widening of I jtermining that the new road de-

I.. ]I of the proposed Toll Road can Highways Assn. with funds. County Plan Joint Use j Highway 301 were received, and through the Williams went,
: ,. ., : ....: ,, ,' .. ,.. ':. originate in ,either the House of "Not all business houses have '(Johns and Conner promised to do J Board voted to order the the
Representatives or the Senate but been contacted" Mr. Scholl said ail they could to further that one roll of wire necessary
I II project and bill the
TYPICAL of the unprecedented paving and highway-widening work must be voted upon by both with "and any who have not been seen Of Two-way Radio In Police %Work One point brought out was ,j'tractor for the cost. con-

now in progress In Starke are the two scenes pictured above. Top a simple majority of votes necessary and who wish to contribute to this that the Seaboard Air Line Railroad I The Board also went on

pheto Is Madison St. looking east at the 8. Walnut St. Intersection. to defeat it. However if the vital work should make checks payable 1 I right of way in Lawtey 'las in favor of doing record

This is a portion of the newly widened route of State 100 through I bill Is reported unfavorably in to the All Florida Free Highways Better police protection for.,I: cited in the meeting when over 50 tends to within six inches of HighI I[its power to get all the everything fences in

Starke. Lower photo shows the new limerock base looking north commitee in either House, then 34 : Assn. and forward to Mrs. Starke, by cooperative use of theCounty's :j telephone calls were made one I way 301. It was also stated that where justifiable, in repaired -

along Clark SU, east of the First Baptist Church. per cent of the vote may kill it.Sheriff's Maria.Towe at the Chamber of radio system is a distinct -:['I night in an effort to get police.'the Federal Government would not j l cases of fences town down in similar road

Polaroid 1-Mlnute Photos by the Telegraph C ommerc.. possibility, as a result of a I help.I cooperate with matching funds on I i,construction, just as soon
I, Joint j Starke City Council Coun- As a result of the joint meeting. 1!the project unless it was made a sible. pos-

Office Force ty Commissioners meeting held I I Councilman Lewis invited Sheriff I!4-lane hi2'hwav.. I A hi'. .'1Qn ,.___ ._
Humphreys Monday at the courthouse.The i: -- -- 'vv, s iu per cent,
Beautification Groups Meet TodayTo Reddish to bring a proposal to a I I Commissioner E. L. Crawford I was received by the Board for the
Collects $2,000In Contributes $475 meeting, attended by Coun- council meeting, so that the matter ,,told the Board that an old law proposed construction of a Civil
cilmen Lewis, Jackson and Kope- can be resolved. i limits the salary paid to the Coun- Defense
j tower
To Three Funds {I to be built at the
Allocate Trees And Shrubbery February t l lousos, called to discuss several The Board told the City Council j i ty Superintendent of Roads to $125 j I Starke schoolhouse, and filed it
matters in the interests of both that in the future it would have month and
I Humphreys Gold employees at to t per that steps shouldbe I i I pending receipt of other bids.
I t groups was marked by a spirit of charge for any work done within taken to i!
Over $2,000 in fines and forfeitures :the Trail Ridge and Highlands ,; legalize the present : A letter was received from the
With a fund of $1.000 to finance pleted. as approval of any such collected by the sheriffs .plants have contributed $475.05 in cooperation.. the city limits, In line with a policy'salary paid. The Board, after discussing j i j!Keystone Heights Community

the project a meeting of the Brad- wayside plantings will have to be department during February, was a combined three-in-one charity Speaking of the City's use of the Board has of charging all other j the problem with County !I[Church, asking that the fence in

ford County Highway'B auUtica110n obtained from- the State Road De turned over to Clerk Charles A.I I drive, E. C. Weichel, plant manager the County's 2-way radio system, municipalities in the County. An ,Attorney H. V. Knight, decided toj i[front of its cemetery on Highway

Committee will be held Friday partment.An Darby to add to the Fines and I announced yesterday. Chairman of the Starke Council i I agreement was worked out where-j have an amendment drawn up and i p 100, which was torn down during

(today) at the courthouse at 2:30p. earlier meeting of the Com Forfeitures Fund of the Board of I Employees contributed through James Lewis said: "I think a tie-in by for the City will bill the County i enacted by the legislature. I',road construction, be replaced.

m. to allocate the trees and mittee was held last Friday at: County Commissioners this week. payroll deductions and designated with the sheriffs radio would bea vice any use of its equipment, and I The Board rejected the request I Upon seeking the advice of At-

shrubs between all the nine communities the courthouse, with district chairmen This amount, which is a big in which drive they wished to support good thing, and I am in favor of Another versa. that some concrete pipe be installed torney Knight the Board was told

participating in the pro- from each section of the crease over previous months, is with their contributions. The; complete cooperation between the the proposal discussed was I in a driveway, unless one of the that the old fence had been located -

gram. county reporting on his group's'largely the result of the recent! amount contributed to each was as city and the county." City abandonment Jail, and of the present commissioners was willing to signa on the right of way. and that

The Committee, under the chairmanship plans and requests. Following is "saturation" traffic law enforce-j follows: Red Cross, $83.50; Marchof The proposal is that Starke furnish Jail both use of the County work order for the Job. the best thing to do would be to
of Mrs. M. F. Hazen. will a list of the district chairmen and I ment drive. Dimes, $210.50; Cancer Fund i a night operator to man the by authorities for housing By a recent decision, the Board erect the' fence for the church

have the materials purchased the materials requested: Fines collected defray the entire I$181.05. 2-way radio system at the county prisoners. During the discussion! had decided to do no more private group on the right of way line.
following, it
through a county office, so as to Starke, Mrs. J. D. Doyle palms cost of the county. law enforcement -( jail, and equip a police car with the cost of was brought out that work and instituted a system The question of where the County -

get the best price obtainable, and 25. azaleas (Formosa. G. G. Gerb- unit, judge's salary and expenses -,,Four Fine FishMr. radio facilities, thus getting the ,was $1.50 feeding city prisoners '.whereby any work done with should buy its gasoline and oil,
also a possible donation of some ing. Elegans George Taber, New Jail expenses, and many advantages of a radio communication per day, while that of.county labor equipment, or materials and service requirements came up
White George Franc and I system at little county prisoners was $1.25 a day. must be done
extra shrubbery. I prideof other related ItemsElementary cost. with the by written again, and after the matter was
Last Monday, Mrs. Hazen and Mobile) 100 in all; Dogwood I I Presently there is often a serious more understanding that the authorization only.In discussed at length, one commissioner .
),m. J. D. Doyle representing the 25; Brooker Mrs. Tom Markey,, i 'delay -locating prisoners there are, the less the course of reviewing and stated: "The door is open
a policeman at
Starke group met with the Boardof azaleas (Formosa and Mrs. G. G.!' PTA night, due to the fact that the per person definite it costs for feeding.No inspecting the current bills, Clerk I to anyone who wants to come in I

County Commissioners and presented Gerbing) -:- 150; Palms 150;;; Hears Carey Tell cruising patrol car cannol be located ed on this matter conclusion, was reach 'Charles A. Darby told the Board and ask for the business." 1 i.
a list of the materials requested Lawtey, Mrs., George Roberts,,! in pending further
by each participating palms 125 azaleas (Formosa and I! Industry Benefits a hurry. An instance was study by both sides. I'
community. After,several details Mrs, G. G. Gerbing) 125 t. crepe J I, Residents ,duPont Officials
weie Ironed bUt, the Board'unanimously myrtle (ted100; Hampton 7-Irs.:,' The contribution of industry tP School Board v lii Saratoga H ights --

voted the sum of $1.000, by T. J. Alderman, palms 25, : all phases of community life was Slade ElectedV t Visit Plants Here 1 1r
aza-1 discussed by T. H. Carey, personnel To Get Bids
authorizing the clerk to purchasethat leas (Formosa and Mrs. G. G. Sixteen of the 27 new houses in r i
amount of plants and shrubs ing) 150, oleander (red manager of Humphreys Gold Saratoga Heights are now occupiedand Three officers of E. I. duPont de j

for the use of the Beautification and pink) 50 crepe myrtle (watermelon .Corp.the ,Starke at the monthly meeting of On Equipment', Head Of RotaryT. seven additional sales are now Nemours & Co. of Wilmington Del. I''

Committee.The red) 25, dogwood 25. Elementary School being processed, A. J. Thomas, Jr., were scheduled to visit the Trail
redbud 25, abelia 25 Boatdrain PTA in the BHS auditorium Tues realtor said Ridge and Highlands J
entire project was discussed, ; ,i With the $500,000 school building yesterday.The mine operations -
including the maintenance of the Mrs. Ira Wilson, palms 4, crepe day nightThe l most recent families to move this week.
trees and shrubs after they are myrtle (red) 50, oleander (red]) 1 I' speaker pointed out the program, the Bradford rapidly County nearing Boardof completion H. Slade was elected president :i into their new homes in the West i On Thursday the plants were
of the
50 Graham :Mrs. !economic factor which, in the case Starke Rotary Club at :Starke visited by Henry B.
set out, and while the Board pro- ; Equilla Roberts Public Instruction in an development are: duPont. vice
includ- palms 4. 'of the two Humphreys Gold plants a meetinglast election of officers held at the Mr. I,president of the and
mised every possible help crepe myrtle Monday voted to advertise for Mrs. Henry F. Parmenter. -, company a
ing the use of a County truck for |; (red) 50, oleander (red) 50; t I in this vicinity, will mean an an bids for equipment for cafeteriasfor regular luncheon meeting Wednes:: Mr. Parmenter is a civilian I I member of its board of directors

hauling peat moss, It did not feel 'Sampson City Mrs. Lester Kite, !nual payroll of approximately $1- [ the Starke Elementery School day.Sr. at He the will succeed A. J. Thomas ,j:police at the Green Cove Springs ;and[ executive committee and Lam-

that it could take on the respon- :palms 4. crepe myrtle (red) 50, p 300,000 in 1955. Most of this : the RJE ( ) School. beginning of the new':Naval Station. I mot duPont Copeland secretaryof
and Negro High
sibility of maintenance of the pro- oleander (red) 50; New River, money is channeled into Starke and L and Sirs. W. R. Johnson of The Board also discussed the ,T.Rotary A. year, July 1. County Judge]I Mr. and Mrs. Leonard C. Hin-i I the company, a member of the

ject, In view of the work load now !I Mrs. M. F. Wiggins, palms 30, Bradford County, Mr. Carey said.: Starke proudly exhibit four"whoppers" matter of insurance on the new dent. Yawn was elected vice presi :son Jr. Mr. Hinson is manager of i board and member!,..of the finance
and azaleas (Formosa and G. G. Gerb He also pointed to the large tax committee.
on county equipment personne totaling 82 1-2 school buildings, and awarded the I In :Starke Auto Parts. :
!. ing) 100; Heilbronn Mrs. Tullie,revenue which Industry pays Into pounds of black bass recently business evenly between three local tom accordance with Rotary cus- Mr. and Mrs. James E. Groover.Mr. .I On Friday Walter S. Carpenter
The Board suggested that the Norman, palms 4, azaleas (For!the county where it Is located. caught in one of the many lakes insurance firms. All school insurance on first eight directors were voted : Groover Is manager of the ; Jr.. chairman of the board and a
$1,000 be divided between the various mosa and G. G. Gerbing) 25, In additional to the financial t in the Keystone Heights area. policies, Harmon P. Mor- and the two top officers Starke Coca-Cola Bottling Co. member of the finance committee

groups by the committee, and magnolia 20, crepe myrtle (red) |,aspects, the speaker pointed to in- Just another reason why this Supt. of Public Instruction, elected from this group. In addition Mr. and Mrs. Bill G. Epps. Mr. Is visiting the operations here.
gan to
that each group be responsible for 20 cedar 20, holly 10.( A 'direct benefits, such as insurance part of the state should become said are on a blanket five-year elected Slade and Yawn, directors .Epps is assistant cashier at the

felting out the materials and car- request was also made for several and hospitalization programs. He more and more popular with policy. ron. W.Wednesday were L. H. Gib- Florida Bank at Starke. Starnes Elected
ing for them.In loads of peat moss. 'pointed to one case in which an tourists. S. Haas T. T. Long, E.
the discussion. Mrs. Doyle requested The requests of Brooker, Lawtey P.''employee of Humphreys had received The new Lawtey Elementary Matthews, R. S. Mullins, and G. L.I| Keystone Councilman
(Negro) School was accepted by Patten. The .At Convention
that property owners along ,Hampton. and Heilbronn were made: more than $1,000 in one ninth member of the,j
: 4-H the Board recently and was put in board will i Starnes,
I be Ray Keystone Heights
Madison Street in Starke defer on a long-range basis, and did (month in insurance payments Rally Day President Thomas,
cov-I operation last week. Morgan said who retires in J. R Kelly, Bradford Countytax poultryman. was elected Tuesday
not immediate, July.
their planting of ornamentals until represent their ering medical and hospital I
the road construction is com- needs. ,, Industry also affects the cultural I j Set For usa the personnel and pupils are highly It was announced that the present collector, attended a conven- i to fill the vacancy on the Keystone
pleased with their new school. board of directors tion of Florida} tax collectors on Council caused by the recent death
I life of the community, Mr. Carey will meet
RJE (Negro) High School will Monday Monday and Tuesday at Jackson-jof Jim
night at the home McKay.
and of
aid, in that paid vacations This Judge
New Life Series Rites TuesdayIn ,holidays, as well as a shortened SaturdayNational be completed in a few weeks, Mor- i Patten at 7 o'clock. !I ville. Kelly reports that the group' In the special election Starnes
{ gan announced and it Is expectedto I During the time that votes i;worked on new bills, and details of received 69 votes to 38 for Wm.
March 20 JacksonvilleFor Iwork week. employeesmore were
To Begin ( leisure time to devote to civic 4-H Week March 5-13 be in operation in the near II being counted, J. o. Gay president j cooperating with the State ComptroUer's :Lee, the only other candidate for
MethodistThe J. J. will be observed in Bradford Coun- future. of the '
At Chamber
Downey 'social, fraternal, and church affairs. of Commerce told': Office. for the office.
I II ty with a Rally Day to be held The Board sold the old Brooker of the interest in Starke
on the
I Industry also provides an
First Methodist Church of j J. J. Downey 53 proprietor of Saturday at the USO In Starke (Negro) schoolhouse to Lloyd Bar- I part of a small

Starke will begin a series of New'I I the West End Grocery in Starke,I opportunity for employment for from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. ry for $50. Title for the land on I I I that would manufacturing like to locate here concern i Purebred Durocs Keep Owner Busy
: school and university grad-
Life Meetings March 20-27. Two I died in a Birmingham, Ala. hospital ,high More than 100 club girls and which the school was located .I! if a suitable building can be ,
II obI
luates that do not have -
services will be held each day dur- Sunday after a brief illness. so they to''their parents from clubs over the which had been deeded to the I II 'I tained.

ing the week at 7:30 a. m. and 7:30 Born in Bridgeport, Ala., Mr. leave their home town in order to county are expected to come out I j 1I I County for that purpose by Barry, With Three Litters In 16 Hours

p. m. except Saturday. The Sun- Downey formerly lived In Jacksonville L- find work. ror this day of "Fun and Play the I reverted to him in accord with the
be held at the Mr. Carey closed by pointing out ,Rites Wednesday .
day services will before moving to Starke I 4-H 1'ay"The original agreement. ,
scheduled time. Various about that industry likes to feel that it The advisability of moving the' V '. : :
three Family
regularly years ago. He wasa theme, "Improving J
organizations of the church are being Methodist. is a part of the community andby and .and Community Living," will be fence in front of the Lawtey Junior:For A. C. Durden, 1w1 'V :' ... .',"-,, .11 I 11N

asked to sponsor attendance at Surviving are his wife, Mrs 'accepted the community 'carried out in the day's program High School back to its original
designated services. Visitation 'Mary D. Downey; his mother Mrs. that it is doing its part to share with group singing, games, exhib- position: nearer the highway was Burial In Tampa .

teams will be sent out in prospec- M. V. Downey, Chattanooga I the load in all phases of communiIty j its of projects and the awardingof discussed but no action was taken i I. jjfJJ ,..._V .
tive members' homes. Tenn.; two daughters Mrs. Clark life. medals. by the Board. The area under dis-, :

Dr. Allen W. Moore will be the Boren, Montgomery, Ala., and Mrs. Preceding the talk, a clever skit I The annual Rally Day activities cupsion is now being used as a | Anquish Clinton Durden, 83, retired -

preacher for the meetings. He has 1.. O. Knotts, Greenwood, S. C.:: was presented by the second grade !arranged by and under the direction wayside parking place. i j chief adjuster of the Penin-

twice received the degree of doctor -I two sons, Paul Downey of Starke.: pupils of Mrs. Essie Crosby. : of :Miss Dorothy Ross, home In discussing economics of school t t!ular Telephone Co., died Monday

of divinity. Dr. Moore is listedin and Gordon Downey of Nashville. demonstration agent, are planned I operation in Bradford County: 1 I at his home on N. Walnut St aftera

Who's Who In America. In 1944, Tenn. J200 Homestead 'I and carried out by the senior 4-H: Morgan stated that gasoline lub- (I long illness. V
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he was appointed pastor of the Funeral services were held Tuesday ; girls rcating oil and fuel oil are pur- Mr. Durden was born Oct. 14, p : !j 7i -i
advertised bid basis. 1866 at Hampton, the son of the ,
First Methodist Church in Dallas, afternoon chased on an 4VV4VV
at 2 o'clock V ,
in !{ 1
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Texas. This is one of the largest McCabe Funeral ([Owners Lagging He reported that in the first year, late Thomas J. and Elvinie Hall
Home Jackson Masons To Meet i
I and Durden. He spent most of his
churches of Methodism with a after bid purchasing of gas I )
ville. Burial was in the Evergreen I owners in t'l was started, savings of over!adult life in Tampa where he was
membership of approximately Over 200 property Bradford Lodge 35 F. & A.M. I : I II!
I Cemetery. Jacksonville. have not yet re employed by the telephone Com
4,500 members.The j Bradford County will hold its regular bi-monthly I 5.4.IHW: were enecteo.He
invited to I turned their Homestead Exemptioncards said that gasoline and oil for I pany for 44 years, retiring in 1942
Is cordially
public meeting Monday, March 14, in the In recent he and his wife had
the 23 school buses which j years
music Gene Long
attend all services. Special Suspect Held Tax
Masonic Temple at 7:30 p.m. made their home in Starke to benE'ar
the choirs and .I amounts to about $6.000 a year. are;j'ssued
will be provided by stated this week. He said that
r Master Gene Long ad- central un- their daughters. He was a
Worshipful from one point j
the pastor will be singing at a few In !
Robbery absolute deadline for the member of the First
of the services. vised that a regular business meet- der strict control, and that this'system } Baptist
!of these cards is April 1, and that undoubtedly results in a Church.
ing will be held and urged that all
Of Pastime BarLess I I he does not have the authority to saving of school funds. I Mr. Durden is survived by his
Fire Threatens members attend. widow
Mrs. Lemira Broadaway
grant Homestead Exemption un- Morgan said County I

Jo-Jo's BarA than a dozen hours after less application has been made. \I received a compliment this week,\Durden O. L. Beasley, and three and daughters Mrs. Mrs. :
the ;when a newspaper reporter from a j I Jeannette Last Saturday night was a busy but happy time for L E. | Pastime Bar was broken Into I The Florida Constitution grants jKincaid: both of Starke and Mrs.
fire early Wednesday morn- Yarbrough, farmer and livestock owner of the western part of the
asked "How| j
neighboring county :
early last Saturday morning, and! who has legal title Red Cross Total I JC. C. Hoppe of Tampa.Funeral '
In washroomin every a :
ing, which started a I person his
I ,was it that Bradford County got j' county, when three registered Duroc sows gave birth to a total of
the rear of Jo-Jo's Bar on Wal- about $150 stolen, a snspect givingthe to real property in Florida and resides services were held Wednesday fine
i'I i 32 young pigs. The first of the pigs was"born about 6 p.m. Saturday -
much for the it
nut Street at some electrical connections name of Roland P. Shively, 52, thereon, and makes the same Stands At $879 ;so money spent on morning at 10:30 o'clock: i and as soon as one litter was through, another would start

was extinguished by the Starke, was arrested by the Starke I his permanent home, an exemptionof I :I school buildings?" lin the DeWitt a Jones Chapel with I t says Mr. Yarbrough. The last pig saw the light of day about 11 a.m.

Starke Fire Department. City Police and turned over to $5,000. A homestead is definedas So far Bradford County has Rev. L. D. Haines, pastor of the Sunday, so it is obvious that Pat got very little sleep Saturday night.

Prompt action saved the building county officials. 160 acres of land in the country, raised $879.90 toward its $2,675 Keystone PTA First Baptist Church, officiating Yarbrough bought his three registered sows and a registered Duroc
which has quarters on
living Red Cross 1955 fund
the second floor. Damage was Shively, charged with breakingand I or 1-2 of one acre within the limitsof Drive Chairman George quota.Hug- I A Boy Scout program will be 'Burial was In Myrtle Hill Cemetery, bore at the first annual Duroc sale held in Live Oak on Jan. 24. He

estimated by Chief Carpenter at entering the Pastime Bar, and any city or town. gins urges volunteer workersto ,'presented at the regular meetingof Tampa. intends to keep strict account to see whether or not purebred stock

about $300. perjury in connection with a registration Long urges all property owners put forth an all-out effort to ( the Keystone Heights PTA on Pall bearers were Carl D. BroreinSr. pays off in comparison with its cost. Yarbrough is pictured above
March 15 at 8 in with his Durocs in a modern farrowing barn he recently built on theS.
certificate is held who reach the quota before the Tuesday, p.m. A. B. Jordan, D. A. Kafka, J.
being have the
The Chief said he blew the questions regarding school house. L. Crews farm acreage which he has leased for five He
I deadline, March 31. Ithe[ Scoutmaster A. Arnold Jr.. Brank B. Collins Jr.. years. also
whistle several times to Insure in the county Jail under $2,000 Homestead Exemption to see him i will be In farms the home place of his father J. C.
I Elmer Livingston charge James Handly, J. A. Conner, and Yarbrough, on the Lester
prompt response bond. at the courthouse. and the general public is invited. E. C Carver. Johns road.



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editorial I WHEN YOU WERE KIPf Farmer's 'Diary
By Sam McGarveyAfter
t- Revival services at the Heilbronn

Off To A Good StartThe ( pc,co N THAT'S YOUR testing the soil in the Baptist Church are meeting with TERMITESALL

AT TENTH PIECE berry patch for moisture, and finding great success and are continuing
enthusiastic, widespread support the Bradford YOUR NEx7WEEK.HOu5E. that it could stand some "rain", according to the pastor, Rev. Mil Tf 1'fS OF ;,.

County Highway Beautification Program isgaining GEE, we cranked up our irrigation system ton Dukes. Household Commercial )
of the best things that has happened E ii YOU MA.r_ /V and ran it for three hours, GROVE SPRAYING \
is one BET! Song services begin each nightat .
time. Every community in thecounty YOU CUT'EM using 12 sprinklers 40 gallons per Can for estimate
in a long ihe 7:30 o'clock
is interested and the Committee withcountywide o ,, BIG ER % minute at about 25 lbs. pressure.We followed by the Florida Pest Control
representation is meeting regularly, Yt1MIUM. .1 would have run it longer, but message by Evangelist M. D. Garrett -
which gathering momentum the pump quit due to water or & Chemical Co.
pushing its plans, + They say "if at first you don't dirt in the carburetor and 'we had Special Mass Meetmg Sunday 2220 N.W. 6th St. Ph. 6035
almost daily. the.Board trouble keeping it running from afternoon at 2:30. The Last Bat- Gainesville, Fla.TdufHomcT.
resolution of (UM! succeed, ,
Since its inception, by try try again", so as our that time.
Pro- I tle to be Fought in the World.
Beautification .
of County Commissioners, the k .v.G planting of two sacks of Irish
stimulated our citizens to do soI1e- potatoes on January 20 gave us Hope that what Dr. Jamison

ging'abo t what everyone agrees is a pressing ''L only about a dozen hills of spuds of the Extension Service told us
project may we got another sack and
However worthwhile any 1 planted
last week
problem. that
funds always a stumbling block, them this week. Got the dirt
be though, are FORGOT hilled too high help control insects, is true. There [
bu't Board cleared the way this week, by up over the seed,
the fund of $1,000 to be used TO MM BUTTER HANDSFIRST I but in a few days we'll board was a pretty good wind whipping
voting an emergency them off and knock off a few the plants around while we were
the purchase of trees and shrubs, and now '_ I QUICK, weeds too. putting the water on, and it lookedas I
the Committee has enough money to get off toa 1 A- It if the water might wash off l'I

good start. ( BOILINGOTHER IT'S A fellow never fully appreciatesa some of the bugs. "
be .
today can *
The Bradford County we tractor until he has to do a job ,
improved tremendously as a result of the effortsof by hand (or by his feet, really). Noticed that hairy indigo is com-
the Committee and officials and all our people. p G D We have a small patch of turnips, ing up all over our place and wish r C

Trees and shrubs planted along the highways, so we used a wheel fertilizer dis that we had more of it. It is y
clean of rubbish and tributor and good for grazing, puts nitrogenin
roadsides cleared and kept put a band of fer- V,
cleaned yards and tilizer on each side of the soil, and that's a lot more
mowed regularly eyesores up, the row,
lawns around homes made more attractive all then used a wheel cultivator to than we can say for coffee weeds, IiOrc7/-i\::\
these and more things can be done to bring.out 6 0 work up close to the plants.Looked weeds rag dog fennel or other 1 rIIt

and emphasize the natural beauty of our County.It pretty when it was done, but make we might S mention..
said that dollar spent for believe that Sam's "dogs" weren't
has been every barking. Enjoyed talking to Zedra Hamil-
beautification will bring benefits by the hundred- -. EDITORS SA Y ton this week. He has about 400 I !

fold. No one doubts that an area made more Finished up working the saw- head of cattle and is one of the 1 1Ii
attractive is worth more in the form of property CONSTITUTIONAL REVISION dust mulch around the plants this few around here that is still sold

values, or that we all take pride in our County. week and we sure are glad it is on the Brahman breed. He told
Visitors will be much more likely to visit and stay Governor Collins placed a good bit of stress during his campaignon done. Had to pull some weeds us about a Brahman steer; which

here if they are favorably impressed by what theysee constitutional revision, but we for one do not want too much constitutional out close to the plants as we went was the same age and received the

as they come through. revision at one time. We are afraid of wholesale change along and that took us more time same feed as a steer of another

Right in Bradford County we have numerous for something may be put In or left out that would be very unfortunate.The than it would have if the beds breed but the Brahman dressedout

examples of what can be done, in the motor courts.In present state constitution has been called antiquated but it is not had been clean. Still too early a lot better. Maybe the "hump
one instance, land which formerly was over- nearly so old as the federal constitution is. If it 'be said that Ute to tell how well we'll like the saw backed devils", as Charlie Shuford 1
calls them, aren't bad
so after all.
grown with unsightly brush and weeds and had present constitution is not clear in certain instances, it may equally be dust mulch, but we have learned 9 9 w .
fora said that will not be clear either. We feel that the that it will not keep weeds down
on it a ramshackle building was purchased any one present that Going to move the irrigation %
motel. The old building was torn down, the constitution, with its prohibition of state bonding, saved us from was were growing when the mulch system over the kitchen garden
put on as they just (
land cleared and an attractive, modern court financial disaster during the wild boom days.of the 20's, and we do not right through. push this' week, if we don't get rain,

built. But the operator did nor stop there. He want to risk that provision, as well as others. The present constitution S SOur but until we can get another- Ii \ 1

next had the site beautified with palms and shrub- has within it, provisions for amendment and while those provisions are nursery berry plants were gine and pump, that's what we'll '
bery and a lawn, and now that court is a most to some extent exacting they are by no means insurmountable if the growing, but had a very light green have to do. When we do get "Ves dear, you're quite right.'

attractive addition to the landscape of Bradford need for change is at all urgent. Madison EnterpriseRecorder.IT'S color, so we decided to give them another set-up, think we'll powerIt There
are advantages to
with an electric motor. j1
some fertilizer.
County Used about 80 \
By beautifying the grounds of the court,.the MORE TIIAN CQJIIC BOOKSWe lbs. and then hoed around the And with .three* shopping right here in the hometown ,\
operator did not add to the material comfort of plants. They tell us in instruc- pumps on the M-
-m.Yes indeed
place, we're bound quite right1.1HELP :
his accommodations, or increase his capacity, but laud the move to clean up comic booKS to take out the tions for growing runner plantsto another just to get your
one as much trouble
he did add the "window dressing" which stops factors that'are tending to corrupt morals and encourage crime but pick the bloom off the nursery Finnegan. Then we'll spend mostof as BUILD STARKETry

tourists.. By the same token, Bradford (Countyis we still feel that no single factor comic 'books or otherwise, can be do plants that.but Noticed we won't have time to our time in going from one
good to live all know but whatis said to cause juvenile delinquency. It springs from factors and some crinkled
a place as we many leaves. putnp to another, and a worse Starke Stores First!
necessary is to show it off to its best advantageby parents and local authorities schools churches, and other agenciesfact fate we can't Imagine!

adding the "window dressing"' in the form of a challenge to find a method of correcting them. Parents in partic- Our berry patch looks pretty
beautifying highways. ular must feel their to their children. If cannot
our responsibility they good to us, with,some of the
plants, ..
What has been done elsewhere in the state control them keep track of where they are, listen to their problemsand particularly the 90's, growing band :: :- 1 THIS AD SPONSORED IN COMMUNITY INTERESTBY

can be done in Bradford County. But the beauti- share their activities, then who can be expected to? The Florida loaded with bloom and fruit. 1OS;

ful avenue of palms along the approach to Fort Advocate. Cutworms giving us a tit though,
Myers did not grow there accidentally it is the so we'll have to get some bait FLORIDA BANK AT STARKE
result of planning, and ''hard work. Picked another pint of berries this
money DUST OFF THOSE OLD BOOKS 666 Member F. D. I. C.
Needless to say, we wish the Beautification week, making our production so Member Florida
Committee, and all others taking part every suc- The purchase of new books is not to be discouraged. But reexamining far this year, by March 5, two laneUQVIP Group

cess in their efforts. The group may come up old books has its rewards. Take the time and effort sometime pints. Some picking! M TAtim-UMI MIT MlUi

against obstacles, for no project as ambitious as dust off old tomes, open the ancient pages, read and the living
this is, without headaches and troubles, but \ve past past comes to life again. It will be found that minds of the

hope they will have the patience and perseverance past were not very different from minds now incarnate. Human wisdom

necessary to see the job done. The rewards will is more constant than changing tides and erode: continents. It will r 1955 NoNox burns clean like this.
be worth the effort. be found upon the perusal of old books that there is a universal living ..

The project is off to a flying start. The Boardof mind that the reader is a part of it, that it has existed from time (' .. .H.. ....'.., f .,
immemorial. And the reader somehow will gain the intimation that ,
County Commissioners in allocating the $1,000 ... '.", .
fund for a start stated that a larger sum may be despite men and events achievement and catastrophe that mind will

available if included in next year's budget. Thus go on living beyond the end of time. Birmingham News.

with the backing of so many people in the Coun

ty, enough money to get started with, and the STEPS TO PEACE

promise of more to come, it that the e' > and
< ;
long-needed beautification of Bradford County Mary Martin once quoted a Chinese proverb on Ed Murrow's"Person + DIRiY BURNING < NEW GULF yours

is soon to be on its way. to person" TV show and was overwhelmed by requests for 1All END f NO NOI
copies of it. Here it is, as reprinted in Look: If there is righteousnessin

the heart, there will be beauty in the character. If there be beautyin

Censorship Not The Answer the character there will be harmony in the family home. If there lamp test shows what a difference Gulf super-re eno81De 118 ke thl8 ,

be harmony in the home, there will be order in the nation. When there fining makes. Gulf refines out the "dirty-burning tail- .

I Because of those few unethical publisherswho is order in the nation, there will be peace in the world. Florida end" of gasoline-at the refinery-to bring you new,

have distributed horror, crime or sex comics, Times-TJnion. clean-burning Gulf NO-NOX.
a large and inherently decent industry has been

subjected 'to abortive attempts to enforce good there are 25 billion pieces of papera

taste by statute. year handled by employees of

Publishers of all media adult books, text Report the Federal Government. The cost

books, magazines and newspapers, as well as of this paper work is $4 billionsa
comic books are therefore properly aroused year and requires the employmentof

and united against this threat of official censor- from 750,000 employees. The Com-
ship and government regulation. mission estimated, the $255 millions -

History has shown time and again that no could be saved if the govern it\

man is smart enough to supervise his neighbor's ment would handle its paper work
-i Congress more efficiently. This is a good
thoughts or reading material that few with
way it would seem to me for all of
such authority fail to abuse it and that a con- us in the government to start sav- fL

trolled press is a tool of dictatorship. Legislationis by BILLY MATTHEWS ing money.
not, never was and never will be the answerto '

such a problem.But The President has signed the bill ; ... (fir
there is a solution, and we believe that the making it possible for servicemenand I! ': ;

comics publishers themselves have found it i inselfregulation women in uniform as of January m ; t..;any.
through pledging themselves to 31 of this year to receive the r { .Y'
? 9 n', : '
f .
strict and full educational benefits under the {..x'' a : :d'r : ,
a editorial
specific code and the estab- .
lishment of a Code Authority under the directionof G. I. Bill of Rights. I ;_ : i1; ?

the distinguished Judge Charles F. Murphy as Bennett With Congressman of the 2nd District Charles and E. from ffh BibI-_,:\ ; 4 : ,

Code Administrator. In this
self-imposed cleanup others of the Florida Delegation, Behold the Lord's hand h
the comics
publishers have moved much faster I appeared before the House Com- not shortened that it
and farther than could have been done by censor- mittee on Interior and Insular Af- save.-Isaiah 59, 1. cannot'I lIt
ship from the outside. Today's comic books, bear- fairs this past week to ask for one
ing the seal of the Code Authority are reassuring or more national cemeteries for is through God's guidance, Compare clean piston"A"from engine using new NO-NOX!; with oline that Gulf refines out. Both pistons shown here from Gulf test

examples of democracy at work and another instance veterans to be located in Florida sought in unending pra'erthat piston "B" from engine using the "dirty-burning tail-end" of gasengines, ran the same number of hours under the same conditions.what's .
of preservation of freedom of the press. The House this last week passeda His ever-present hand is ex-

Censorship. actually collides legislation with, far our from country's being constitu-a solution cotton b'll wh'ch acreage would allotment Increase In each the know tended ness and and to help despair.us Divine in When our weak-we more... Ko r gasoline-no, not a single one-has higher octane than

obey Guidance
tion and the rugged attachment of our citizens of the tton states by three per -
to the of cent. This would mean a little we are so strong in right- r-------------------
ways democrav. Self regula over a thousand acres to be added eousness that we can never go\

tion positive h.actlOn by the educational comics by comics magazine methods distributors publishers and, coopera-dealers,. manly to our Florida to the allotment small farmers to go with pH- ...wrong.... :1i5cr-..... I This is GULF'S PLEDGE I 1 !New 1 liS5 GULF NONOXI

parental by school, and five or less acres. I to the motoring public
and guidance in good reading One of the most important bills ,
habits all! offer more acceptable, efficient and passed by the House this paf week
democratic means of reaching the desired end was the Revenue Act of 19"'5IT I We at Gulf make this promise to j Always remember: Octane alone is not starts fast, fuel-saving warm-up.

than would censorship by statute. .P.. 4259. This bill provided an America's motorists. \'ewiIl not permit I enough. Only a gasoline that burns clean No knock, no pre-ignition-even intoday's
additional one year extension from a single competitor-no, not a
can make its full octane power really
JOIN Servicemen April 1, 1955 to April 1, 195fi of high-compression engines.
single one-to offer
their families a gasoline su
year the 52 1 work for you. New NO-NOX is super- -..,
existing cent
received $11,778,600 in loans and grants from the : per corporatetax perior to our own superb No-Nox.
Red Cross at military installations rate. The bill also! extende* I I refined to burn clean for lasting power.
and hospitals forgone additional year from April 7"I It is oursinccre belief that No-Nox I Fill and feel the difference in:
and in local chapters to 1 up
meet financial I II
emergencies. 1, 1955 to April 1, 1955. existing: I is the finest gasoline on the market /
Armed. To Forces continue this important service to the excise tax rates on certain alcoholic I today and no matter vthat others do I More complete protection than with,,
join the Red Cro3s this month beverages, motor vehicles, gasoline -
or we will keep it the finest-in so-called"miracle-additive"gasolines.
and its say I
support campaign for
funds generously. special fuels, and cigarettes.
power,in performance,in engine pro
Also provided in the bill was a 1 I Extragasmileageinshorttripstop'I

....'.S1tl6.tl': '.J' i :< "!.:I! _' 4 oIIJ oIIIo:l SA .c..ca.: .. aWL9.dD14..-_..- !!III. f20 tax credit effective January 1, get tired of my own dishwashing I tecti o. and-go driving motorists do most.
195R, with respect to each personal !" .
BRADFORD I This is not a boast,not a clafm.It
THE COUNTY TELEGRAPH exemption claimed by a taxpayer.It Stall-proof smoothness instant
is to the I
EST. 1879E Home cooking we all a pledge you, motoring public I
was this last prevision In the I
L MATTHEWS OWNER AND EDITOR love it, true -a pledge backed by the resources
FLORIDA'S bill party that split caused between an almost the Democratsand straight- Yet we all needa I -andtheintegrity-oCtheCulOU__ I I Its super Twined..to bum clean I !I
WEEKLY NEWS- change don't ?
R"pubicars. I voted for this you Corporation. The '55 gasoline for all tigb-tompressioD engines
PAPER PUBLISHED CONTINOUSLY last last provision and for the en- I

tire bill The combined effect of GUIDON !-------------------I
the bill! is for a net increase in
revenues in the fiscal 1956 of

MATTER AT THE POST OFFICE AT STARKE FLORIDA UNDER interesting report by the Hoover Starke, Fla. PHONE 155 STARKE FLA.
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..YTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTY Jacksonville.Mr. teen new members were added to I!the State Farm last Sunday.

and Mrs. H. C. Douglas announce the church rolL Baptism will be Misses Ardelia and Dianne HaD :I

{ the arrival of a son on Feb. held at the Lake Butler Baptist I of Jacksonville spent the weekend
17. Church Sunday afternoon, March with Misses Pansy, Joyce, and !WIIi IIi

F. :M. Vickery Jr. of DeFuniak 13, at 2:30. Gloria Crosby. II-!,
Uy Polly Walt Jr.AALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Springs visited the G. E. Greens The Brooker Baptist Church is Sunday dinner guests of the H. Pinehaven '
M. McRaes Mr. and Mrs. A. Subdivsion !
last Friday afternoon. were
A putting the roofs on the new Sunday
Mrs. Bill Miller and children of School rooms this week. They F. Hall and family of Jacksonville, :
The Brooker Garden Club
net Salt Lake City Utah have returnedto will soon be ready for service. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Myrick and
last Friday night at the Civic Cen- their home after a month's visit Brady Harrell of Mulberry re- children, Yeoman 2-c John E. and
ter.Due to the absence of the presi- with her mother Mrs. Lottie Ed- cently visited Mr. and Mrs. W. Mrs. McRae and children of Green I II
dent, :Mrs. Margaret Coram, Mrs. wards. I Cove Springs, and Mr. and Mrs.J. .
Harrell and Mrs. Beulah Harrell
Banie Mott presided. Harry Edwards is now attendingthe and family. W. McRae.C. CORNER ORANGE STREET & PINEWOOD DRIVE __ STARKE, FLA. I
G. T. Huggins, county agent, V. Green made a business
University of Florida. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Harris of
was the guest speaker and gave trip to Jacksonville Saturday. He
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Harris, Jackie Monticello have spent the weekin
an interesting talk on kinds of was accompanied home by Mr. and
Dyal and Harold Sorrells of Jack- Brooker with the Anderson
grasses and their care. Afterward, Mrs. Mumford. They were all !
sonville visited Mr. and Mrs. C. S. children. .
he held an discussion care
open dinner guests of the H. M. McRaes.
Kelley and Mr. and Mrs. L. L. The W. E. Bighams spent the
of trees soil ,
pecan improvement
Dyal Sunday.Mr. weekend In Nashville, Ga. visiting READY FOR
Refreshments were served by and Mrs. Vincent Forresterof relatives.We .
Mrs. Pearl Markey, Mrs. G. B. Palatka visited the George I. are happy to hear that Mrs.G. H 0 M E

Stalling Goedharts Sunday. hospital. A.Gay at is home Starke.from Dr. Houpt's HIWAY\ THREE BEDROOM VIEWINGOPEH

Weekend guests of the W. E. The Baptists enjoyed a great revival I
Bighams were Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Feb. 20 through March 5, Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Anderson and by Mrs. O. E. CrosbysALAAAALLLAAALAAAAAAALAA

Wood and son, Craig, of Shelton, with Rev. C. T. Smith of Haw- Mr. and Mrs. A. Miller spent the
Conn and Mrs. L. L. Hardee of thorne conducting services. Eigh. week in Atlanta, Ga.
Allen Lewis, James, Tommy andZ. The Ladies of the Adult Sunday
W. Hamilton and Ernest Douglas School class entertained with a DAILY 2:00: P. M. -- 6:00: P. M.

p Ilwrdra..r spent Sunday in Daytona Beachat supper for the Men's class Satur
the car races. day night as the result of the
Mrs. Verlie Johns of Mobile, ladies being on the losing side the I
Romvhere I sit. Joe Marsh
.fy Ala. recently visited Mrs. Beulah last quarter.Rev. .

r Harrell and family. Martin began the revivalat Crane Quality Kitchen
Mary Jane and Patty Bigham Evergreen Church Sunday eve- *
Uses His Head took part in the program for the ning. .
Hair Style Review at the Woman's
Rev. Hemmingway of Starke
Club in Starke Tuesday night. Crane Preferred
Saves His Feet
brought the message at Bayless
Mary Jane did a ballet and Pattydid
.- Hiway in the absence of the pas- 2 BEDROOMSCOST
I a tap dance.
Nobody around here can re- golf gadgets years ago!I" Mrs. H. Wait is in Atlanta, Ga. tor.We
member when Pop Turner wasn'toa.rtown' From where I sit, it's good to this week taking on instructresscourse were glad to have Eddie and *
in knitting and chrocheting. Daisy Norman of Switzerland at -
postman.llemnsthaTebeen with $7,000.00
see someone come up a new
toting that big heavy mail- from Sandy and Jackie Mott of I Church Sunday. They were dinner
wrinkle-keeps us feelingtoo Model Home Furnished
guests of their son-in-law and
Gainesville visited
with the Wait
wok since Pony Express daya.That's .
regimented. For instance
the Thurman Down
girls last weekend. daughter Joneses.I Payment 6S2.00
why it's sometimes a perhaps you're always felt that Other guests of the Jones' were
shock to see him these days pulling hot milk is the only thing to YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYLONG Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Norman and INCLUDING CLOSING COST By

his mail bag around in a drink at bedtime. Then someday baby of Wiersdale and Mr. and

"caddy cart" a sort of light you meet a fellow who prefers a Mrs. Gordon Jones and daughter, Monthly Payments 41.96
wagon that golfers use so they cold glass of beer.Well,that's his Carolyn.We Leila's
don't have to carry their clubs. choice and certainly he's entitled are sorry to report the illness -

"Folks sometimes holler 'fore1 to it. We can't expect by MM. J. L. Strickland of Janet and Becky Martin. *

at me and ask me how my game everyone to follow our old habit and Jimmy LangAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. Sure hope they will soon be well.

'to," Pop reports "but I'm not to the "letter." .. Charles and Ethel Newman of Denmark Furniture Company
Gainesville attended church Sunday -
ashamed to learn something new.luatwishl'd I
8oe 7Iu We are glad to know that Miss and were dinner guests of his
thought about these
Lillie Wilkinson is improving in parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lois New- 3 BEDROOMS
health and is able to be up and man. Hot Point AppliancesGainesville
Copyright,1955 United Statet Brewers Fowdado even in the yard part of the time. All the fanners are busy planting

Also glad that Mrs. Mae Hig- cukes and spring crops. Notice

LIMITED TIME OFFER ginbotham is gaining strength and 'I''Floyd and C. C. Crosby setting COST $8,000.00
expects to be home this week. tobacco last weekend. Venetian Blind Co.
t Mrs. Ted Manning who has been Glad to see Arsula Crawford of
ill for some time entered the Du- Jacksonville out again. She recently II Down Payment 762.00

g val Medical Center on Thursday fora underwent a tonsilectamy and has INCLUDING CLOSING COST
+ You
tt are cordially invited to visit this modern
serious She has been
operation. not been
feeling well. functional, Low Cost Home with Quality Features.
confined to her bed for about six We were saddened to hear of the
Monthly Payments 48.96 The ideal home for
complete enjoyment of wonderful
1 weeks. death of J. J. Downey. The entire
*; SO' Revival services are under way community Joins in extending Florida Living.

i at Long Branch Church with the sympathy to the family.YYYYYYYYYYYYYY .
pastor H. F. Higdon preachingand

T. N. Norman of Starke lead- .VYYYYYY.

SL a' Helen Wynn of Jacksonville HIGHLAND I
spent the weekend with her mother,

1 Mrs. Albeit Osteen, and sisters. WARREN CONSTRUCTION
Winnie Harris, husband and sis- Uy Airs. Lacy NormanAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA COMPANYTelephone

".,.. i ter Hester spent the weekend with
0 0 a relatives at Clay Hill. All had a I

rtgan// of age, mat, aiz. or good time fishing. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Thompsonand 415-W 227 Temple Ave. P. 0. Box 787 Starke, Fla.

condition toward ptirchaj of ffuiELECTRIC ,Prayer Meeting was held at granddaughter of Jacksonville .
Everett Manning's house last Fri- visited the Lacey Normans last
day night We hope to have several Friday.
PHILCO more meetings over in that section Mrs. Ona Hardee and daughter

after the revival is over. returned home Friday after spend-

We understand that Ebenezer ing several days in Tampa.O. .
RANGEe When talk
to truck salesman
I Church is having revival services W. Marr visited the Joe Marrs you any

with Wide OvenThe this week also. Our correspondentfrom last week.
over that way has failed to The Homer Smiths and daughter
chance of a lifetime to bring us any news recently how- spent last weekend in Tampa.
get top dollar for your old ever, so we cannot say for sure. Mrs. Janie Marr Youngston and<
stove in trade on this latest model de luxe We had 80 in Sunday School last little son of Charlotte, N. C. spenta
Philco Electric Range...with widest oven of any full-size 40" last week with the Joe M Ice Ii
Sunday and 45 had studied their few days I
range. .super speed surface units...Color Styling...and
extra storage space. But hurry-time w limited! lessons. Church attendance was Marr family. a : I m
better than for some time, with The Richard Sapps of Green How can you tell if it's a short-
Only Philco gives you the house pretty well filled. Cove Springs were weekend guestsof stroke engine?The "stroke"is always ,

Amazing Quickset Timer i the Lacey Normans. as short as,or shorter than the"bore."
1J YTYTTTTT.T..YTTTTTTTTTT.PI1 Leonard Norman and son were Check the specifications!Get the facts!
You set one knob for cooking time; in Madison last Friday.
Bet other to desired meal time. The church observed a Day of
Cooking is completely automatic! E LEVEL Prayer here Tuesday. The reports

PLUS were good with one soul saved. the
Terms as low as 6-QUART DEEP WELl COOKER With M \Ir. ti..1I..NcltaeAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAIAAAAAAAA The one saved was Tootsie Thompson. -
Jiffy Lift that converts to become Thank the Lord for her. open
r $2.22 a fourth surface unit. Don't forget revival services
t t TWO APPLIANCE OUTLETS, one of The revival meeting at Pine starting Sunday night. fill
t A Week them "timed" so you may preset Level Baptist Church began last I know you all missed by little

.l turn-on time for any appliance. Sunday night with a large attend- bit of news last week. Well, I re- __

turned from Riverside Hospital

C. H. NASWORTHY Sunday afternoon most too weakto Some other makers offer short- troke
(Gadsden Ala. write. I am doing fine so far and V-8 engines in some size trucks t
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis, Mr. hope I will soon be able to do my Following Ford's lead, the big trendin

232 E. Call St. Phone 198-;\ and ter. work and get back to church and truck engines is to modern short- j
Starke Fla. Sunday School again. I want to e stroke V-8's!
of Jacksonville were dinner guests thank those who came in and out
of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Carter at:I to wash dishes and sweep for me

--' I and brought me such good things
I r AiI'iV: : l ) to eat. Don'l be talked out of a modern short-stroke engine in your '"
:." Y };t.it'1Jr, :: ,i' }L4., ,.
,.:<< >,>" ", "
'iSt': 1 >., ........nvvym.n.ms new truck,Short-stroke design prolongs piston ring life up to 53%.

f: 't Your engine lasts longer! You to gallon of J
._ ,o. A','< save up one gas r

-i" "t\,f" <';t!": r.'J<;";# ':c.,..xtt.:,, II ElL RON N in seven! Other truck makers have started to adopt short- w,

GLEAMING. { :&' ,tZ) stroke engines. But ONLY FORD offers four short-stroke V IL's
h J ?
.if By Sirs. Ancel Norman

.- 0%" .'"' 1 ."' .' AAA.AA.A.AAAAAAAAA.AAAAAAAAAHomecoming -plus a short-stroke Six-available_ right wl! But ONLY FORD offers V-8 power for
'" .". .
[:%:<":'" .,":\ ., ;,"'- ': ..<: "X".' ., >:'. ,*,>>--v..4."S.t.r..!.:''..,., ,,,,, )' every size truck in a full line. Four
,;:: ':"li.t't"/"t7 ). t, ,1 "... \{'. .<' ';I..H'Y-* )1. '),, EnjoyedThe modern short-stroke V-8's, up to 170
", Homecoming at the Baptist h.p.! Plus the industry's most modem
Church last Sunday was an enjoy -'- short-stroke Six!
able event. Sunday School was Biggest payload capacity

PRICED RIGHrGOOOfiE4R/ ., held at the regular time and Mrs. lx in the "K-ton" field!
New Ford F-100 6Jf ft.
t I Mandy Crosby read the church
Pickup, G VW 6,000 Ibs.
history. Rev. Dukes read the list

) 0 of living charter members, which Modern short-stroke V-j3's are beginning -
; numbers only four. They are Mr. revolutionize"the
to truck
and Mrs. J. S. Norman, Mrs. J.M. .

I U (,:"'t '" Norman, and I. N. Norman. industry-just as they've already done

.'' '' ,,< '. Rev. M. D. Garrett brought the t' in the passenger-car field. Today,
.$ I ,' li. I morning devotional. At 12:30 a I
aITf-'rJJJ' virtually
.. \"."', ] I >. '": bountiful dinner was served. every passenger car
i '
',' -. I I short-stroke V-8 power. Before too
? ; ; : The afternoon was devoted to I t 9 t'
,, \ singing. Rev. Dukes, the pastor, long, the same will be true of trucks.If .

ta introduced Rev. Garrett who is the you now buy a truck with a long-

( evangelist for the revival now in stroke Six, what will happen to its I
progress. A cordial: invitation was
ultimate trade-in value? Follow the
$ extended to everyone who was not i
AS LOW AS I enjoying a revival at his own lead of other informed buyers-go 'i

Plus Tax { church to come and worship withus. modern-go short-stroke NOW I
Now you eon get new GoodyezJWhitewalb Farmers
are now busy planting I
the smartest tires SEE WHITEWALLS IN Don't wait -,bring your car up to gardens and spring Callf0rauS
you can put on your carat awonderful THE FOLLOWING TIRES dot. Chang to crops.
low price! AND we'll Goodyear Tubeless Tires Today Rodman Underhill made a busi- TRIPLE
pay YOU today's top dollar for Deluxe SuperCushionMiNylon ness trip to Ruskin last Saturday. FORD ThUCKS
They fit the wheels of present
your '
the'tires you trade in! So why'Wait Cord Super. car. Your old tires mcy make the Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Eggers and toro.Lr. :hood! ECONOMY
? Get lOur new Goodyear CuihionAllNylon down paynent. children of Jacksonville spent the
:\VhitewaI! at today's low pried Cord Double Eagle! $1.25 a week buys a palrl weekend with relatives here. NEW MONEYMAg5RS
AND a liberal deal for yow. .: FOR 55
Little Johnnie Scott and Lynn
.!'r !1t rres. _More People' Fade On..Goodyear Tires_ Thai On' Any Other KindJ.GOODMAr !. White have chicken pox.

"I'P SERVICE STATION Carmichael Norman Hamilton students at and the Archie U. of Andrews Motor Co. :'

\ F, spent the weekend with Archie's

L I U SEEDER D. GOODMANU. mother, Mrs. Delores Carmichael.
Mrs. Geneva Johnson visited Mrs.
S. 301 at South City Limits
Florence Johnson and the Ancel MADISON & ADAMS STS. PHONE 118 STARKE FLA.

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-rAftJ ssfla-_ S Mrs. CunninghamIs Miss Newsome to Wed Miss Holloway .I
Garner-Mullens Local Junior Club I of Starke. a son, James Edward
ComplimentedBy Mr. Hollingsworth Is Honored By : !ar. 4.
'-.. r- .... ... .:. First To Enter ,
Miss EdwardsMiss Heilbronn Club Mr. and Mrs. Carl Brown of

National ContestThe i Starke a son, Darrell Stephen

Carolyn Edwards enter- I The Heilbronn Home Demonstration i Mar. 5.Mr .

tamed at her home on W. Madison Club honored Miss Ethyl Hol- Junior Woman's Club of and Mrs. Alonzo Starting

street Tuesday evening at a mis- ) oway, District Home Demonstration the 3tarke was the first club to enter ,Jr. of Starke a daughter Helen

Gladys Mooty cellaneous shower honoring Mrs. Agent Tuesday at its regular "Community Achievement" Colleen Mar. 9.

Phone 35 Richard Cunningham, the former riL meeting in the home of Mrs. Felix contest sponsored by the General j
Judy Green a recent bride. Sapp. Miss Holloway has resigned $" of Women's Clubs in'I' ., wmfl1mpIw
cooperation with
the Sears-Roebuck
I II I I Lovely spring flowers with from
---- the Agricultural Extension
I Foundation.
azaleas and dogwood predominat- 1 Service to go to Surinam (Dutch prizes are being offered :
Junior \Vomen Crews-Hale used to in in state, national and international IL
ng were advantage ; Guiana), South America to developa II I
Told decorating the party rooms for the similar to I i competition, totaling I II
Have Installation j ngagement !occasion. During the evening appropriate I onstration program work in this home country.dem- !I I I 1560.000. and all prize money will L TARKE FLA.'
be used by the __
winning clubs for:
Monday Night games were enjoyed. She will be Surinam's first home some
community i
Mrs. Cunningham received many enterprise. ; Fri. Sat. Mar.
economist. Those present expressed 11. 12
Officers for the coming year beautiful and useful gifts from the their The local club entered the contest -
regrets at her DOUBLE
leaving. FEATURE
installed at the meeting of the and on the basis
were guests, Miss Edwards and her of its Thrift Shop
Junior Woman's Club Monday eve mother, Mrs. J..I. Edwards Sr., Miss Holloway will be succeededby ,project which provides funds for I Secret Of

ning. Mrs. Levy A. Canova in- presented the honoree with a fork Miss Helen Holstein who is now its welfare work. Last year the Outlaw
stalled the following: Mrs. ,DoyleE. in her chosen silver pattern. assistant economist in food con- I club won a prize in a contest Flats

Conner.. President; Miss Dolores Refreshments were served by servation in the state office. (sponsored by a national magazine. Guy Madison and Andy Devtne

:McKnight, Vice President; Mrs. the hostess, assisted by her mother The business consisted of making -And"Mister -

E. A. Yancey, Recording Secretary; and sister-in-law, Mrs. J. M. Ed- plans for the adult achievement ,Austin-Moseley ScoutmasterWith
Mrs. Don Neel, Corresponding Secretary I wards, Jr.Approximately. day program to be held in Miss Barbara Ann Mullens,

; and Mrs. J. E. Hardy, 30 guests enjoyed Starke on April 8. The Heilbronn daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hurl i! Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Austin of Clifton Webb,
Treasurer. Gifts were presentedto this delightful affair.Presbyterian Club will have an exhibit on House Mullens of Kenova, W. Va., be- }j Highland announcethe Plus! Serial "Superman Chap. 6 antI
the outgoing officers: Mrs. S. E. Furnishings. came the bride of Marvin Henry' and approaching marriageof engagement Cartoon for Children

Simmons, Mrs. A. J. Thomas, Jr., Women Enjoying this meeting with Mrs. Garner, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. 'I their daughter, Ruby Alice, to Sun. Mon. and Tues.
Mrs. Cecil Sewell. Mrs. S. G. Den- and the honor Garner of Brooker in the First Donald
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Newsome of Sapp guest were: I Mosely son of Mr. and Mar. 13. 14. 15
mark, and Mrs. T. I. Mersereau; Met TuesdayThe Gainesville announce the engage Mrs. E. L. Cox, president Mrs. Methodist Church Starke, on Mrs. B. M. Mosely of Maxville. DOUBLE FEATURE

and to Mrs. H. H. Adams, who has three ment and approaching marriageof Eldon Sapp, Mrs. Tullie Norman Thursday, Feb. 10. The ceremonywas II The wedding will be a small, private -
served as Thrift Shop Chairman circles of the Presbyterian their daughter, Joyce Virginia, Mrs. Purvis Green Mrs. C. V. performed by Rev. Robt. Som-, ceremony later this month. The Man FromColorado

during the past year. : Women of the Church metTuesday to Hugh Byron Hollingsworth Jr., Green, Mrs. H. M. McRae, Mrs. J. mer at 12 noon. .

The Club voted to give an ad- evening. son of Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Hollings- R. White, Mrs. Jessie Scott, Miss The bride is a graduate of Cere- Open House
Circle 1 met with Mrs. Sunday Glenn Ford and William Holden
ditional $50 to the Bradford Coun- RudolphSink. worth of Lake City. The wedding Edith Moore Mrs. B. M. MsRae, do Kenova High School, while Mr.
ty Hospital Corporation, making a Mrs. David Montgomery, will be an event of April 12 at 8 Mrs. A. C. Ellis, Mrs. Floyd Crosby. Garner graduated from Bradford :At Doctor's Hospital -AndFlight -
total of $450, which is the amount presided over the meet- p. m. in the First Baptist Churchof and Miss Dorothy Ross. : '' High in the class of 1950. He at- I NurseJoan
Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Crews of the ing. Mrs. Ben Bowden had chargeof Dr. and Mrs. Calvin J.
needed to furnish the hospital lobby Gainesville. Plans will be announced tended the University of Florida Houpt
State Farm, Raiford, announce the the program.The I later.Miss Mew Hair Styles until going to work for Humph I i are inviting the public to attend Color Leslie and Forrest 'lll'kt'rPlu.'i
hostess served refreshmentsto house Cartoon for Children
an1 mar- open
engagemcnt approaching I I Sunday afternoon at
Miss Lillian Stump reported on Newsome graduated from reys Gold Corp. At the present
the residential solicitation of the riage of their daughter, Carolyn Circle the 10 2 members, met in present.the Bradford High School in 1950 andis Shown LastVeek time he is stationed in Green Cove I the newly renovated and enlargedDoctor's Wed.. Thur.-\Iar.; 16. 17
Cecille, to Donald Mallette Hale Sunday Hospital on West Call St.
the Club Springs as a Machinery Repairman2c
Red Cross drive, the Howard
son of Jie late Olin P. Hale of School building with Mrs. John now Local beauty shops participated Guests are invited to call betweenthe
and will leave for New-
is In charge of, and urged every- in Gainesville. Sheis soon
Lake Butler. Mixon, chairman, as hostess. Mrs.C. Hall Agency i in a Hair Style Show held at the foundland. hours of 2 and 5 p.m. Mr. Potts
one to make a complete solicita member of the First Baptist
The wedding will be an event of F. Ward and Mrs. Q. T. Lyons a Woman's Club Tuesday, :March 2,
Goes To Moscow
tion. Mrs. Vernon Silcox is chair- Church and Vice President of Alpha -
June 26 at 4:20: o'clock in the had the program. sponsored by the Junior Woman's Recent Births
man of Northeast Starke; Mrs. Lambda of Beta Sigma \VSCS Circles
Chapter Oscar
afternoon in the Community Centerat Mrs. Mixon served refreshmentsto Club. Acting as Commentator was Homolka and Xadia Gray

Stanley Noegel, Northwest Starke; the State Farm. All relativesand the nine members and one visitor Phi. Miss Nina Bishop. Met Monday : The Starke Maternity -And-
Mrs. O. L. Haynes, Jr., Southwest Hospital
friends of the couple are Invited present. Mr. Hollingsworth graduated Modeling the latest hair stylesfor !announces the following births: I Charge of the LancersWith I
Starke and Mrs. W. S. McAlUey,
Southeast; Starke. to attend the wedding and reception Circle 3 met with Mrs. Claude from Columbia County High School Ruby Johns were: Edith Ray, Circles 2 and 3 of the Methodist Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hutchins of Paulette Goddard and
following. Crowson. Mrs. L. H. Gibson, chaIr- :in 1950 and attended the University Norma Jean Adams, Alma Outlaw, WSCS met Monday afternoon at Starke Jean Pierre Aumont
New members elected to membership -! man, presided over the meeting. I: of Florida. He entered the Armyin Sallie Ann Epperson and Lula 3 o'clock with the following Mar. 3., a daughter, Phyllis Karen, Plus Color Cartoon lor Children

were: Mrs. Randal Chitty, Hi.Y Sock Mrs. W. A. Stern gave the pro- [ January 1955 and is stationed Torode. hostesses: 1
Mrs. Pete Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Wheeler
Miss Carolyn ,
gram. at Camp Gordon, Ga. Before en- Modeling for Sarah Lawson Circle 2 was entertained by Mrs.
Felos, Mrs. S. R.Marco, Mrs. W. E. [ Festive Party hostess ,! the service he was employed Ann Valaria Shu- . . .. . . . . . . . . . ..
The served refreshmentsto tering were: Crosby, !Ethel Lowell at her El Rancho A A A A A A LA A A AAAA AAA A A A A A A A A A A A AAA A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A
Bigham and Mrs. Howard Walt the eight members and one I by the DeWitt C. Jones Funeral ford, Sally Lawson, Sharon Locke I home with ten members and two
They will be honored guests at a I Members of the Hi-Y Club and '
visitor Home. and Patty Lawson.
present. I visitors present. Upon arrival the Herb Thomas Announces
dinner metting in ApriL their dates enjoyed a gala eveninglast I II Modeling for Linnie McCulleyof hostess served her guests refresh
Mrs. J. B. Dick and Mrs. Fred Saturday when a novelty St. Mark's Auxiliary Garden Club the Starke Beauty Shop were: ments.
Graudon were Introduced as visi "Sock dance was held in the
Sara Barefoot, Margaret Ann
Mrs. I.. D. Green, leader of Circle lie has secured Johnny Underwood of Toby
tors.The USO. The fun began as guests Met MondaySt. To Hear AgentGeorge Phillips, Martha Jane Phillips and 2. presided at the business session
Club will be In charge of arrived and made their entrance Mrs. Jones of Keystone Heights. Dowdy's T.V. Show of
transportation of a small boy to into the usa lounge by way of a Martha's chapter of St. Huggins, county agent, Modeling for Lucile Mizell of which was opened with prayer by as )

Gainesville twice a week for physI- sliding board erected at the door. Mark's Auxiliary met at the will give a talk on Soil at the Ruby Johns Shop were: Jean Mu -I Mrs. R. 1. Russell.

cal therapy treatments during I From here couples entered the Parish house Monday afternoon Garden Club horticulture meeting dy, Linda Sale, Markleyann Johns, ''I. Mrs. Jack McComb led the devotional HERB'S KING KONG DRIVE IN I
April. Mrs: S. G. Denmark asked I dance floor, cleverly decorated as with Mrs. Stanley Noegel, leader, today (Friday) at 3:30 o'clock in Vernestine Kelly and Inez Gray. using Luke 10:30: as a

for volunteers, and members should though there was another room presiding.A the Starke Woman's Club. Modeling for Leon Hazelwood of r description of neighborliness. Mrs. i .

call her when they can provide I made of crepe paper within the letter from The Children's Mrs. R. F. Young, horticulture. Ruby Johns Shop were: Sue Miles, 'I W. E. Middleton gave a resume of I Open 10 A.M. 9 P.M. Daily
transportation.Club large auditorium.The Committee was read asking the chairman is in charge of the pro-I. Flo Slade and Joann Slade. :the Chain of Missionary Assemblies i

members will assist with' first event of the eveningwas chapter to provide transportationfor gram. The public is invited. Modeling for Elizabeth Seymourwere held recently In Jacksonville. I SUNDAES SODAS
patients to the Gainesville and i bringing human interest stories
the sale of Betty Crocker mixes at a balloon dance In'Which each : Cleone Hazen, JoAnn Fur- I
several local grocery stores on Friday couple remained on the floor until Jacksonville which hospitals during Plans Circle 4 WSCSCircle long, and Eloise Cowen. I from the various mission fields. I BANANA SPLITS
March. was accepted. '4
and Saturday, March 11-12. their balloon broke. The last ones discussed for the annual post-I Modeling for Mural Gardner of : The interdemoninational tie-up

Mrs. S. E. Simmons reported on left dancing were Lamar Shaw and were Easter Silver Tea to be held April 4 of the Methodist WSCS. the Lady Fair Salon were: Marian '.of the Council of the Churches of I PACKAGE CREAM MILK SHAKES

. the successful Hair Style Show, his date, Sandra Strickland, who Mrs. Henry Godwin, leader, will Green, Carol Temples Sonja An- .Christ and how the study books for,

and thanked all those who helped received a gift certificate for 21.The hostesses, Mrs. Mattie Ga- meet Monday evening at 7:30: in derson and Maureen Simmons. the society are selected and how I AND KING KONESyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyYVYYyVYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYVYYYYYVV

with it.FollowIng. socks. hagan and Mrs. Everett Prescott, the educational building. Mrs. Leo Following the style show A pro .they come to the society throughthe

the business meeting, Later on Gene Norman and Bob- served a salad course during the Champion: 'and Mrs. Lola Garbett. gram of entertainment was pro- Joint Commission on MiSsion- I

annual reports were given by all be Bastedo gave their rendition of social hour. will be hostesses.- I vided by the following: a TumblingAct ary Educational of the Council of :i'c"j: : : : ::

officers and committee chairmen. the hit record, "Make Yourself1Comfortable. I I by high school girls; Franklin Churches was told by Mrs. C. D.

Refreshments were served by Mrs. ." Nazworth and his guitar; Syl- Williams. TilE

M. A. Payne, Mrs. Don Patray, A highlight of the evening was via Paulk, accompanied by Carolyn :Mrs. E. K. Perryman, presidentof I
Mrs. Curtis Malone, Mrs. M. R. the comic fashion show staged by Crews at the piano; Quartette from the Society-at-large, entertained Independent Life & Accident t
Judd Mrs. Charles Devlin. members of the club. Among the the Methodist Church Bobbe Bas
and members of Circle 3 at her homeon Insurance 1
outstanding models were Roddy tedo Babs Lance, Jan Mundorff, Madison St. CompanyOf ;

YOU'LL LOVE the new Ester- _!::tI"lJth..__..,_ Kenneth_n_______ Elder._ and Billy_ ...- -. and Archie Green; solo by Bobbe The leader, Mrs. J. W. Andrews,
brook fountain In Bastedo ballet dance Jacksonville FloridaANNOUNCES
purse-size pens ; by Mary ,
i Harrington. Like all bad pennies, I turn up ward Parker, who has been discharged opened the meeting with scripture
pastel hhades. Only $2.58 at Bradford Jane Bigham accompanied by '
The dance closed after a shower again, what with this balmy weather from the Army, returned. reading and prayer and conducted
County Telegraph.yyyyyyyyyTyyyyyyyyyyyyyy. I Each Polly Wait; tap dance by Patty
of balloons from the ceiling. brother-in-law the business session.
I giving me a bad case of spring to the home of his
. !balloon contained a number and gift fever, the society overflowingwith and sister, Tommy and Mae Mer-' Bigham; baton twirling and Ha- "The Mission Program" was the
numberswere waiian dance by Shirley Morrison; The opening of its Starke, Fla. Branch Office on Court
certificates for the right theme
weddings. and not much sereau on Wednesday after servingthe for the afternoon and Mrs.
Green and pantomime number by Suzy Broad- Street the better to Serve its Bradford County Life and
, won by Buzzy printable gossip the past couple past year and four months in W. H. Nollman read from The I

I Sandra Jones.Chaperones. weeks, I've been having a hard Korea Airman 2-c Neil R. way.Six door prizes were given away Methodist Woman an article on Hospitalization Policy Holders.GAINESVILLE .

for the evening were time getting my name in print Crawford who is stationed in Japan "Health Education In Rural Clubs".
during the evening.
t 5zJS Dr. and Mrs. C. J. Houpt. Mrs. heard last week that Prissy McRae called up his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. A. Wood read of work among DISTRICT OFFICE
115 N. \V. 3rd. St. E, P. RENNEB; Mgr.
'& Houpt also served punch. and Cary Nazworth plan to center- Lonnie Crawford, Sr. on Feb. 26 Puerto Rican children in New York

'-A1t: #?/ Jan Mundorff. club historian, aisle it at a quiet wedding on to see how they and the rest of the UDC Meeting City.Mrs. Starke
Gladys Harrington
'-J lUONlSHtt GRtttPosrroR was MC for evening's events, plan- March 17th. Mrs. J. L. Cole, family were Tom Slade, Jr. and Held Last WeekThe : L P. Shepherd gave the devotional ,
Phone Starke 290
ire OWNTBV ning the program and seeing thatit who lives above the former Green's Johnny Kopelousos are getting in with emphasis on the needof

MALL HUNTING BIROS. was carried out. store, reports that she found some- today from Emory at Oxford for V.?'. T. Weeks Chapter of prayer. AGENTS

17/3 EASiLY The regular Hi-Y meeting was body's light blue parakeet, whichis their week's spring holiday United Daughters of the Confederacy Mrs. Robert Sommer closed the

ZAfLOANO held in the usa Tuesday night at very tame and she imagines is Glad to see Anna Mosley back at held Its regular monthly meeting with prayer after which MRS. BLANCHE JOHNSON SIRS.\ MERRITT WILLIAMS

\\ LLUWS Th'l 7:30 o'clock with Charles Kirkland somebody's pet. the concession stand at the Florida I meeting in the Methodist Recrea- the hostess served refreshmentsto Raiford Starke

9 HLIFITY4'Gt presiding. Raymond Stefanelli, Herb Thomas tells me that John- Theatre after undergoing an opera tional building Wednesday, March the 14 members present
club chaplain led in prayer. It ny Underwood of the Toby DowdyTV tion in Alachua Hospital hear 2, with Mrs. W. G. Haile as i MRS. IDA MAE SHAW SIRS. EULA LEE EDWARDS

was announced that the Father and show is going to manage the that Sister Brown, student at FSU, hostess. Azaleas and'gladioli were Dr. And Mrs. Houpt l Starke Starke

Son Banquet would be postponeduntil King Kone drive-in on Temple ave. is convalescing at the home of her used in decorating. ,
t after Easter.Franklin Bill Dodd will be the new uncle and aunt, Dr. and Mrs. G. W. Mrs. Haile, president of the Are ComplimentedDr. I --. __--I -- -- -- .- ---"--'--- -r'---- '_ .--- ---"--- '---_- .

manager of the lovely new Pure Brown in Tally after being con- Chapter, presided and announcedthe ,

Oil station corner of Walnut and fled in the hospital there for sev- I appointment of Mrs. J. M. and Mrs. C. J. Houpt were I ,'"._-- __=_--.--_ _-. -- .r- -- _- _._- -__ "ju ---_ _.
Ritch Marion and I I eral add complimented with
Madison streets days __ _sorry_ to _Billy_ .I Warren Jr. of Jacksonville as District a hospital
u u
Host At Party .Bill Mason are the new managers :Brown on the chicken pox list this I Director to fill the unexpiredterm warming for the renovated and

The hunt U over no longerdo !of the bus station restaurant, now week also on the puny list: of the late Mrs. Chas. Boyd. greatly expanded Doctor's Hospitalon

you have to worry about the Franklin Ritch was host to 24 called "June's Fine Foods" Van this week we find Dot Slade, Further plans were made for the the afternoon of :March 3. The I

right place to go for expert of his friends at a party last FrIday Patel has bought it back from Ed Eoline Smith, Ewell Lawson, Dot Birthday Tea to be held on April event was held at the home of Mrs. iiarn

photography work! Come to evening in celebration of his Dahmer the Mickey Mercer .Johns, and Ted Johns all sick L. F. Dinkins on Church St., where j \

the BULLJXXJTOX STUDIO 14th birthday anniversary.The family have moved from the Morgan with the flu or virus one Chris- 27.Mrs.. L. A. Davis gave a donationto arrangement of azaleas and dog

AND GIFT SHOP. Whetheryou Ritch home on the Blanding house on Thomas St. to the tine Lawson is still away from her be applied on the Florida Roomin 'wood were used in decorating.

want a portrait of. a. we'requalified babyor highway was attractively decoratedfor E. F. Conway rental house on cashier jof at Ducky's with bron- the Confederate Museum in This affair was arranged by Mrs.

a wedding to picture. the occasion with arrangements Orange St. the L. A. Alvarez chitis, and Rosemarie Starling has Richmond, Va. II Dinkins, Miss Pat Lambe, Mrs. L. BETTY CROCKER

please.Ve of pink and white camellias have moved from the Conway virus-tonsilitis The historical program centered Thomas, and Mrs. J. O. Gay. Pre-

\ also make Frames to order, The refreshment table was overlaid house to the E. J. Blume house, Bunky Soto celebrated his 8th around Sidney Lanier. Mrs. E. K.i siding at the service table was Mrs.

large selection of moulding to with a white imported linen cloth also on Orange St. the W. E. birthday on Monday with a party Perryman gave a medley of Houpt. Others assisting in the

choose from. Let us handle and centered with a handsome arrangement Flakes have moved into the Alder- Southern Airs.A hospitalities were Misses Lu Green, CAKE MIXSALE
for a few friends Bryan Irwin
your framing problem of pansies. Around the man house at 312 Hogan St. salad course was served to the Jackie Parker, and Carol Jennings
punch bowl pansies were also ar and the David M. Yarbroughs have .'had a party at the State Farm last members and guests. members of the Little! Women's

ranged. rented the house at the corner of Saturady in celebration of his 6th Club of which Mrs. Houpt is spon-

Games were played during the 10th and Church Sts. see Bill birthday Terry Yawn who was Lottie Moon Circle sor.

evening, led by Mary Agnes Mat- and Donnis Epps have moved into !5. and brother, Jimmy, who was
thews and Frances Landrum. Mrs.' their new home In Saratoga 14. celebrated their anniversaries at Met Last WeekThe

Jim Ritch presided at the punch Heights, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles I a joint party on Tuesday Kay Mrs. Dick HonoredAt

bowl. Dinkins of Lawtey have purchaseda Colson was 5 years old on Mar. Sand Lottie Moon Circle of the Stork ShowerMrs. FRI. SAT. .. MARCH 11 12
I First Baptist Church met Tuesday ,
AAAAAALAAAAAAAAAAALAAALHUNI home in Saratoga Heights Alice Anderson says she will

they plan to move into soon I be 39 again on Mar. 13 .night. March 1, with Mrs. E. L. J. B. Dick of Kingsley Lake CONDUCTED BY
and her
were so crowded last Hear that Kat and Red Mon- McKnight daughter, Miss '
Sorry we I I .vas delightfully surprised at a,I
JtS' 'week that we had to leave the i'teith are spending some time at Dolores McKnight, as cohostesses.Mrs. stork shower given last Friday
L. D. Haines devotional JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB
the -
I names of the teenagers who assisted the Bill Graham place on Kingsley gave evening by Mrs. My'drel Cuttino,:
In serving at the receptionout I Mary Wainwright (Mrs. on the topic" "That the Mrs. Harry Hatcher Jr., and Mrs.N. .
)REDS World Know. Mrs. J.
j of the Smith-Rowe wedding ,Noon) postcards that Gene Perazza had May G. S. Darikel at the! tome of the The Junior Woman's Club will Receive 5c on each
i story they made charming as-j I' organist. has programmed her Wood charge of the programon biter on W. Madison street.

of details are mal naged and economic- sisting hostesses in their pastel 'song, "Happiness," over radio sta- :Missions and the Cooperative The Dankel home was attractively package of Betty Crocker's Cake Mix Sold at the
Program. Misses
'formals and musn't be overlooked tion WQAM, Miami, from 10:15: to j Taking part were decorated for the party with
ally attended tha t only a trained and Dorothy Ross, Dorothy Alvarez stores listed below this Friday and Saturday. This
!i. here's their names as I remember 10:30 p.m., March 10 See lovely arrangements of azaleas: and
ion attend when Edith Keiffer Mrs. W. B.
careful organizat; can Mundy
I them, and let's hope Ididn't Geraldine and Ovid Bennett have camellias carrying out a pink color -
need for serving is at Mrs. Randal Chitty, and Mrs. Don money will be used to carry on their Charity and
the urgent
I forget anyone; Margaret j'j'I moved from Westmoreland streetto scheme. The dininj room re-
Neel. The business session
hand. Rose Duncan, Jackie Hobbs, Sylvia the Pearce house on W. South was freshment table was overlaid witha Welfare Projects.
conducted the leader Mrs. L. G.Powell. .
I Paulk Sandra Johns, Barbara vacated by Tom and Marian Ritch by handsome hand-crocheted lace

I McComb, Sandra Strickland La- who are occupying the former cloth and centered with a pink
DeWITTPhone C. JONESStarke Refreshments were served by the Members of the Junior Woman's Club
Vonne Duncan, Jackie Coney, Linda residence of :Mrs. G. W. Brown at stork carrying a pink baby. Aroundthe
hostesses to the 17 members and
7 Fla.Ambulance. Johns, Jackie Prevatt, Kay Row- Church & Call, which they have I centerpiece were clusters of
......-.nsn 6 land. Frances Caldwell, Frances purchased and remodelled Mr. three visitors. pink camellias and fern. Silver Will Conduct Sales at Following Stores

Funeral Director Service Douglas, Sue Siprelle, Babs Lance, and:Mrs. Harry Nichols have moved Beta Sigma PhiThe candelabra holding burning pink
Joyce and Joan Scholl, Ann Johns, back to their home in Homasas- tapers balanced the arrangement

Our local funeral home enabl 10 va to offer convenience ani Jane Richarde, Frances Landrum sa and V. S. Hicks has taken over Beta Sigma Phi sorority Appropriate games wera played SETZER'S LOVETT'SASPBflNER

services not otl lerwUe available.sssrrSSSSrrS0S4SSSSSSrS. Shi Ann Smith, Mary Agnes and the Phillips 66 station on S. Walnut will meet :Monday night at 8 during the evening and prizes were --

Anne Matthews Cecilia McComb, formerly managed by Mr. o'clock at the home of Mrs. Norma won by Mrs. Carl Hurst and Mrs.
_sS.SS S rrSSflrSSSSSwe Flora Slade, Carol Temples and Nichols The L. M. Stokes family Currie. Following the regular Bill Haas. Mrs. Dick's chair, to

\ furnish the highest type j I service at lowest prices and Betty Lu and Mary KathrynWamwrighL have moved out to Saratoga meeting, the members will give a which rattles and baby toys were FOOD STORE

accept ANT life Insurance po>Illcy, 10 force Issued by ANY Heights .. stork shower for Mrs. Maxie strung, was decorated in pink. She

company, as payment In j)art or in full on a funeral. Cadet Sgt Butch Smith will be Well. Seems to be all for now Carter, Jr. received many lovely and useful

Consultation can rice no obligation. home for the weekend from Geor-I See you In the next All members are urged to at gifts in a blue and pink crepe

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Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy CARD OF THANKS and address is: 1S11 AlbemarleRoad i or before the I

spent the weekend in Brunswick Celebrate Golden Wedding wish to express my appreciation Brooklyn, New York. It day of April. 1)55: I
f You are hereby notified that'asuit
otherwise the of said .
Ga. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. I
II for the many cards, flowers, for Complaint will be taken as con
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Dever. messages and other kindnesses Divorcenas fessed by you.
Mrs. been filed against you In theabove This notice shall be published
Virginia Sanders of West
cPna W I shown by friends following my accident .. named Court and cause and once each week for four consecutive
Palm Beach is the guest of Mr. several weeks ago. I am you are required to serve a copy ot weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph -
; and Mrs. G. A. Rimert from Wed- I your answer or pleading to the .
nesday to Sunday. The Rimerts: /t' I improving steadily and hope to be ,complaint on the Plaintilt I Dated this 9 day of March 1955.
tack on the job soon.-W. T. Naz- Attorney T. Frank Lanrum. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
C-INTHE NEWS also had as guest for a few days Starke. Floridaand I Clerk of the Circuit Court
this week Mrs. Rimert's brother, worth. die the original tq the officeof By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk f
I I I'' the Clerk of the Circuit Court on :e 11 4t 4/1
C. H. Yeagle of Htghesville Pa.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. McAlileyhave Circuit Court. Bradford Couatr. .

, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hardy and Jimmy Hazen and Buck Gill attended returned to their home in r Elaine Florldas Mort la Ferguson Oiancrry. Plaintiff !I mDD aD.Da.D. . .
JJ family visited the Jacksonville the Rodeo in Ocala on Chester, S. C. after a month's yKi I II Catherine Joyce Ferguson. Defend- 1111111111BBIIB811111181111'Utd .

Zoo last Sunday. Sunday. visit with their children here and I ant. Case No. 10-875

Mrs. I. G. Harris and children Miss Frankie Davis of Madisonwas in Gainesville. "Notice: Catherine To ApprariTo Joyce Ferguson zd a4

spent Thursday to Wednesday the weekend guest of Miss i. Mrs. M. W. Lance has returned I whose last known address was: 1049

visiting Mrs. Harris's parents. Mr. Marcia Kay Hazen. Both girls home after ten days in Valdosta, Ij I;Mary You Street are hereby, Jacksonville notified, Florida.tnar a

and Mrs. Eric Moore in Broxton are students at Jones Business Ga. visiting her son-in-law and salt for CHECKERBOARD NEWS
Ga. and Mr. Harris's Mr. College in Jacksonville. j Divorce and restoration of
parents daughter, T-Sgt. and Mrs. Jack maiden name Jim Chastcen I
and Mrs. J. E. Harris in Fitzgerald Walter Vanderlip Jr. of Decatur, Richardson and their new baby baa been filed against you In .he By a

Ga.Friends Ga. was the overnight guest of daughter Barbara Joan. I above named Court and cause And
you are required to serve a copy of BROWNLEE & CHASTEEN
of John Godwin will be Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mooty while Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Hutchings your answer or pleading to the 'f

happy to learn that he has returned enroute to South Florida on busi visited Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hooten complaint on the Platitlff'i 10th & Cherry St ts. Starke, Fla. ,. .
Alan C. Winters, Jr., 508
home from the Lake City ness.Mr. and Miss Montie Hutchings in J .%&* S r>.v.
V.A. Hospital. I and Mrs. H. A. Bishop, Sr. Eustis over the weekend. I Floridaand t
and Mrs. T. B. Edwards of Worthington Springs celebrated file the original in the office ol
in New Orleans La. where Mr. When to send Nation 4-H Club Purina Tubular i
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis were are you care enough the Clerk of the Circuit Court nn
their 60th Feb. 6 with at the
Wedding Anniversary basket dinner
on a
business visitors in Jacksonville Bishop is in the Oestner Clinic theery best Send HALLMARK or before the 11 day of April 1955;
for observation and treatment. Easter Cards at Bullington's. New River Baptist Church. All children of the couple were presentand otherwise the allegations of said Week .. March 5-13 Feeders PopularMany !
r Complaint will be taken as confessed -
j Miss Martha Landrum will be Rev. W. 8. McAliley, Gerry Gib- included: Mrs. Z. W. Hamilton and Mrs. Eva Harrell, both of by you. Local 4-H Club and !
Monday.MONUMENTS home for the weekend from the son, Robert and Leslie Humphries, Brooker; Mrs. S. E. Edwards, Tampa; C. W. Edwards, Bradenton; J. This notice shall be publishedonce poultrymen prefer I
I each week for four consecutive are joining with the more thaA hanging tube feeders to the
University of Florida.Mr. Ida McAliley, Barbara Bates and I E. Edwards, Raiford; and Mrs. C, II. Croft McMinnrille, Tenn. Mr. weeks in the Bradford County Tele two million other members of 4- trough-type units. The Purinatube

and Beach Mrs. J. H. Fogg weekend of Virginia Irwin, members of the and Mrs. Edwards are the grandparents of 11 grandchildren and nine graph.Dated this 5 day of March 1955. I H Clubs this week in observing feeder is research-designed t.
LOWEST PRICES I Neptune Presbyterian Youth Fellowship, great grandchildren. Many friends of the couple were with them dur- (oFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby I National 4-H Club Week. Their and is equipped with a feeder- I
guests of Mr.and Mrs. Lowell enjoyed a skating party at the Clerk of the Circuit Court
Mathews. ing the day. By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk11 theme: "Working Together for saving collar guard that keeps i
FINEST QUALITYI s Playtime Rink in Gainesville Sat- %/ 4t 4i /I World Understanding" birds out of feed, prevents con- i

No Extra Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kite planto urday evening. i Much of the success of theseboy's tamination, and cuts down feed I
ChargeFor spend the weekend at Flagler Mrs. C. D. Williams, Mrs. Eva j NOTICE TO APPEARIn
Y and girl's future in agriculture waste. One feeder takes care of i
Setting In Or Near Beach as the guests of Mr. and Blair, Mrs. Lily Bridges and Mrs. Circuit Court, Bradford County,
"i' Florida, In Cbanrrrr. home-making, and citizen- 30 pullets or layers. Holds approximately I
Mrs. George Moody L. D. Green attended the Wesleyan ,, I'W Max Weiss Plaintiff vs. Ruth {
STARKEA ship activities comes directly 30 lbs. of feed See
Friends of C. A. Knight will be. Service Guild District Meeting in TwinsRide .. Weiss. Defendant tit
Iro.. Case No. 10-860 from their 4-II activities. We sal- on display today.W1LVT I
happy to learn that he returned: Palatka on Sunday. They also : h,<.. Notice To AppearTo. ute you and pledge our help and ,
home from St. Vincent's Hospital, visited the Ravine Gardens in thetill Ruth Weiss whose residence ?
council. DID YOU THINK i
last Friday. Mrs. Knight is sin ]I afternoon.Dr. I I

: : the hospital following an automobile -. JL B. Herlong, Mr. and Mrs. = ,1 For those of you who are interested about It sure our proved">|ilit chick"that display Purina'? I

accident but is getting. Frank Herlong and Mrs. Carrie in the pigs that we bor-
I Chick Startena make
a difft'I'I I
II along nicely. Adams and houseguests Mr. and, rOfflormed and fed on I>u-
ence don't agree?
Mrs. R. W. Honnoll of Wa-nesville,1 rina's Pig Startena, we want to you !
: Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Rimert and I
son, Wickie, were in Jacksonville. Horse report that we put the weight II
19)0 I
Saturday. day.Mike __ gain on these pigs for an aver-
711 FOREST ST. Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Middletor I Klondes and son Bill spent i age of 9.4c pound. HEALTH 0

I IAOOONVILl( PIOIIDA spent Thursday to Saturday al.. a most enjoyable evening with Mrs. ._ I HINT
Mona Clark helping celebrate her ,
birthday Tuesday evening.Mrs. i POULTRY ...'1.'.

Harold Hazelwood and _

I daughters .are spending this_ weekin I t. I 0 I

DeFuniaK springs with Airs.Hazelwood's < I
parents, Mr. and Mrs.J. HI HO SILVER! Wayne and Elaine, five-month-old twins of Mr. > .t.r..'. II I HERE ARE TIPS {'oS1I.T TO I
I B. Miller. Mr. Miller is seriously and Mrs. James Wainwright of Melbourne are pictured above gettinga i. DO WHEN IIGSRI-; BORN.I. .

ill in the hospital there. breath of air astride a handsome Shetland pony. Wayne rides in I
JOHN F. (Bill) GREENE Wash and disinfect hands
Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto re- front, while Elaine brings up the rear. Before her marriage Mrs. f

turned home last Friday after I Wainwright was Miss Agnes Thomas of Starke. CHARLEY E. JOHNS & SON and instruments !i to be used in
Purina I>Disinfectant solution.
spending two weeks in Orange- -

burg, S. C. where they attendedthe I Mrs. Dora Burton has returned I Mr. and Mrs. Herb Thomas and about this questionOn again before each use

Building S. Walnut Street Starke -funeral of Mr. Hutto's sister,)Ito her home in Atlanta after two daughter, Kathleen, were visiting Proof shows that thousands up- 2 Take up each pig, wipe

PHONE 14 Mrs. Clisha Miller, who was buriedon weeks' visit with her daughter,J Mrs. Irene Roberts in Palatka over a pheasant hunting trip on thousands of poultry-men are away from slimy mucus, especially
and mouth.
Feb. 28. :Mrs. Sam Anderson and Mr. An the weekend. last I shot getting a dozen eggs on three nose
year, was badly
3. needle teeth
Miss Janice Dansby has been derson. I Mrs. Paul Underhill and Mrs. pounds less feed than the U. S. Clip using
FARMER BUSINESS INDIVIDUAL RETURNS at home Jones Business Raiford Alvarez when a bird flew up in my I sharp clippers, to prevent pigs \
from Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Cowen and are visiting Mr. direction and another hunter Average. Purina: 5 Ibs. feed per
School, Jacksonville, for the past children were in Gainesville last and Mrs. Vernon Underhill in Albany dozen and less. U. S. Average: 8 from injuring each other and

two weeks due to illness. Ga. for a few days. fired away. My medical) expenses lbs. per dozen. That's why more sow's odder and teats.

Special Rate on Short Forms Mrs. Bell Bingler of Marlon, Ala. Saturday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Caruso were $340. Would a folks feed Purina Poultry Chows 4. After teeth are clipped
and Mrs. Herbert Dhal; Mr.
is making an indefinite visit with. and family and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hunting Trip Accident Policy than any other kind. paint gums with iodine-glycerine
S OPEN ALL DAY EACH FRIDAY. Mrs. Sue Myrick. and Mrs. B. W. Curry and Mrs. Caruso and family of Jacksonvillewere have cost only about $5? mixture. If ears are notched
Joe Braden of Jacksonville were
:Mr. and :Mrs. Jim Brown God- guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry FEED THE FAVORITE paint with iodine
win of the State Farm attendedthe recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Stefanelli on Sunday. More folks feed Purina Chick 5. Keep each litter In crate or

Rodeo in Palatka Friday eve- Errol Alvarez and Mr. and Mrs. I Miss Sara Barefoot and Jane Startena to Baby Chicks than box first! 2 or 3 days. Place with

,ning. O. E. Stansbury.Mr. Phillips visited Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Charley E. Johns any other feed. Takes only 2 lbs. sow every 2 or 3 hours.

Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Andrews I and Mrs. T. Juisters of Wau- Kyle in St. Augustine over per bird. Gives fast growth, helps 6. Keep pigs warm, clean, dry.

I and Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Byrd of I chula spent last week with their the weekend.Mr. good feathering and high livability. 7. Remote damp bedding and !

Ozark, Ala. were Wednesday to son Lewis Juisters. and Mrs. DeWitt C. Craw- !l manure daily. i
Tillman McIntosh of Deland was I
I Sunday guests of :Mr. and Mrs. P... ford and daughter, Deborah Ann, & Son AgencyPhone
the weekend guest of his parents JIM CHASTEEN
0. Dansby. and Mrs. Connie Martin of Crystal I
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McIntosh Sr.
Col. and Mrs. Arthur Stump of River were weekend guests of Mr.
Lynchburg, Va., formerly stationedat Mrs. Mayme Toomey has enter- and Mrs. D. H. Crawford of 13 Starke. FIa.yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy.yyyy. ( Da.mDaaB..a.m. .
ed St. Vincent hospital for an oper- naRnnD..D .aa. .
Camp Blanding, were dinner 1 ation. Hampton and Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie I

guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Stump Crawford Sr. of Starke. 1
i Mr. and Mrs. Alex Morrison of
last Friday.Mr. I
and Mrs. Ulray Clark and Fullarton, Canada were weekend 1IMVAY CHAPEL

Sewing Machine Operators family of Belvedere Ridge, S. C.. guests of Mrs. C. F. Ward. They 780 W. Iliway 16

and Connie Clark and Miss Jean i were on their way home after vacationing -I We'll Give You 5000

Thomas of Augusta, Ga. were in Clearater.Mrs. i Friday, 10 a.m. Special Sunday -

Experienced & UnexperiencedAGES weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. i. Effie Johns returned home i School workers' conference

I. El Clark. i I Sunday after undergoing an operation I with District Director Goldie Run-

18 THRU 35 Marion Howe spent the week-, at St. Vincent's hospital. II yon of Lakeland.
end with Mr. and :Mrs. Raymond Cpl. Leonard M. Noegel arrived Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning OR MORE FOR YOUR REFRIGERATOR ON THE

home Wednesday from Korea and I Worship 11 a.m. Evangelistic Hour
Howe, Jr. and family in St. Au-
Company Benefits Include Group Life & Hospital gustine. Japan where he has served with :7:45 pjn.Monday. PURCHASE OF THIS

Insurance. Paid Vacations and Others Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Tenly spent the 24th Division, 3rd Engineers, I I 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. -
for the past 15 months. He received -I Sectional Sunday School Seminar
Sunday with Mrs. Tenly's father,
APPLY AT OUR OFFICE his discharge from Ft. Jack- meets at King's Highway Tabernacle
Walters who is ill and Mr.
C. H. ,
10th & CHURCH STREETS son, S. C. and his many friendsare Jacksonville.
and Mrs. R. O. Walters in Jackson-
glad to welcome him home. Tuesday 7:45: p.m. Special

ville.Mr. Mrs. Julian M. Jordan of Chicago -I I Missionary Service featuring Rev.
BIG DAD Co. and Mrs. I. E. Clark spent i 1955
Manufacturing '
Wednesday of last week in Jack' is spending several weeks hereas 'and Mrs. Edward J. Blount, a young
the guest of Mr. and M:?. H. B. couple preparing for ministry in

Starke, Fla. sonville. Peyton. the Philippine Islands.
:Mrs. Jack Briggs of Jackson- I
I Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Warren had ,
ville was the weekend guest of her

sisters, Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and Mrs. 'as guests Sunday their son and I

._ .. .,. n = ,_. -.__._ .. -0.'. John Love Wilkes. daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. J.I :
P. Warren of Jacksonville, and .
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Attending the Zeta Tau Alpha I
sorority open house in Gainesville I their grandson, Jimmy Warren of I 49 LB. FULL

Sunday afternoon were Mr. and the University of Floridda. I WITH FREEZER
Mrs. J. B. Drennan of Columbia ?
Mrs. C. L. Scholl, and daughters, Or// II I
S. C. is visiting her son-in-law and t I I II
Joan and Joyce, Mrs. Ethel Lowell,
Dedicated To Community Service J. H. DuPre, Mrs. Edward Burns'l daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Claude 10.5 CU. FT.

"Movie Are Better Than Ever" Mrs. James Blackshear. LilI Crowson.
lian Mrs. A. Z. Adkins,I Mrs. C. W. Sinclair, Mrs. T. H. DEEP DOORSHELVES
Stump, 3 r a t s a a a
If you find your name concealed in the Florida) Theatre A d I Mrs. R. F. Demorest, Mrs W. B.I&!ade, Mrs. W. S. Slade of Doug-

: Sewell. Mrs. K. G. Duncan and las, Ga. and :Mrs. George Quinney |!
cut ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKETS. /
Mrs. E. L. Matthews. Nancy Du- of Jacksonville attended the funeral i

Sat., Mar. 12-ONLY Sun., :Mon. and Tues. Pre and Adell Scholl students at of Luther Slade in Roberta, j j TALL BOTTLE i I

DOUBLE FEATUREs March 13, 14, 15 U. of P., are active members of Ga. on Sunday. j'I ZONE

Bad At Zeta Tau Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Crawford
Day Alpha.Mr. : 'Di.-
Miss Willeta and Miss I I
Jr., Baxley ROOMY MEAT _
and :Mrs. Ned Yancey and 1
Black Rock Harriet Carter of Jacksonville I w
s _
eof lwI. children spent Sunday visiting the I TRAY
Zoo and Mr. and Mrs:C. A. Yan spent the weekend with their parents i j
and relatives, including :Mr. j,
cey in Jacksonville. No to '"
(1') over thattt'leision VEGETABLE y
and Mrs. Lonnie Crawford Sr. and : ti :
I. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Middleton, bet that Is
'Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Norman. | DRAWERS
s :Mrs. W. Q. Dowling and :Mrs. Delia trouble just call on the experts -
Miss Claire Nell Townsend and Porcelain Finish -
V Weller of Jacksonville were visit- ]I at CIIAS. C. SHEPHERD.

r1 N ing Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Middletonon Mrs. Elena Lacy of Atlanta visit-] We'll have your set back in -S S I
ed their sister, Mrs. Albert Lee i = f
Sunday.Mr. tip-top shape nothing: flat.RCA

and Mrs. Maxie Carter, Jr. Crosby Jr. and family over the I Unit Designed To I ,_-_ -

't.w-y 'visited :Mr. and Mrs. Wallace I weekend. Give 25 Yrs. Of

I Faulk and family in Jacksonville Service a
I Sunday. Hr ixa 4J E""
: Leslie Biggs of Decatur, Ga. was
30kM W Ut1 With Tracy and Francis 5-YEAR
the overnight guest Tuesday of
I. A tarter rtcruus stunt and Latest World News 'Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Silcox. I
-And- i; :Mrs. Lula :May Gibson and

daughters, Lane and Bridget, of
You'll fall in love
Wed.. Thur.andFri. FLORISTPHONE
with them, as Miami were guests of Mr. and Mrs. I
16 17 IS
they fell (for /her! Ed Prevatt last week.

U.-. Many Rivers To Cross Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Cooper of I

_.... ..... "' ..w. Jacksonville and Mr. 'and Mrs. Joe 218 M Regular Price

I :M Sanders and son, Gene, and Miss Now With $50.00 or $299.95

I I I.rILaYAN I '7. Joan Parrish of Valdosta, Ga. were
Sunday guests of :Mr. and Mrs. Victor 17-irch More Allowance On J I I

Jesse Newsome. Trent lowest priced RCA 0 L Y ns

Mrs. Titus Olson returned home FLOWERSFor Victor TV. Cabinet 30% Your Old Refrigerator n 249 i
-. r Ifi
-:, JOHN ON Monday after two weeks' visit with smaller than prior models.

JOHN 8D614KCAR00 \ her mother, Mrs. George Lilley in All Occasions Ebony finish. Matching Or Less

.. Olmsted, III "Roll Around" stand on

..... MOHTALBAN. Mr. and Mrs. Edward S. Beebe DISH GARDENS Model wheels! 17$450.$159e9s available. '," extra."* No Money Down -- Take 24 Mos. To Pay

have moved to Starke from Key-
stone Heights and are occupyingthe

Leonhard house at 650 N. POTTERY
"Devil Hare" Cartoon
May Water St. The Beebes have two

And Chap Xo. 9 Serial children, Frank and Lois, and also Flowers Wired

residing with them are Mr. Bee- WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE!

COMING VERY SOON With Taylor and Parker be's parents, Mr. and :Mrs. F. J. AnywhereNona
Beebe. Mr. Beebe is production

A Star Is Born (Plus And Touche Latest Pussy World Cat"News Cartoon 'engineer at the new Humphreysmine St. Starke 224 N. Temple Ave. Phone 166 Starke Fla.

at Lawtey, and as formerly

&: at Trail Ridge. .-: .. _--i..n_ ,.. ::

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?......?Ttrrrtr?TTTTTI :'first semester. He was elected 'TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT TTTTT refreshments.The children of Starke were dinner visited Mrs. Cauthen's soninlawand Spencer TracyIn one once and for all.
class treasurer for the second dining room and living guests of Mrs. Yawn's parents, Mr. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Others seen in top roles in the
HAMPTON 'semester.James is well liked by all STATE FARMBy room of the Crosby home was dec- and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell, Sunday. Roberts, last Saturday. Little Darius Suspense Drama new picture are Robert Ryan, Anne
his classmates and plans to be an orated with pink Formosa azaleas. They also helped celebrate the remained with his uncle and|I At Florida Theatre Rrancis, John Ericson, Enest Bor-
engineer when he grows up. Essie L. The dining table was covered with birthday anniversary of Mr. Cald- aunt for an extended visit. gaine, Lee Marvin and Russell
Crosby .
E. Inn
By Sirs. D. The Eighth Grade is busy prac- a lace tablecloth and centered witha well's mother. We all join In wish- Mrs. H. D. Turner and daughter, I Six Academy Awards are represented Collins.

A&AAAAAAAAAAAAuvAAALLs ticing on a three-act play, "All's AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.Community beautiful birthday cake containing ing Granny Caldwell many more. Toni, of Atlanta, Ga. are staying I by three of the stars appearing r
18 candles. After the hon- We are very sorry to lear of the
Work Well That Ends Well which will Club with Mrs. Turner's parents, Mr. on the Florida screen,
Beautification oree had opened her gifts, the death of C. M. Burnett's father atMaccler.ny
Hampton Town Council voted be given sometime in April or the The State Farm CommunityClub group sang Happy Birthday and and sympathy is extended -and Mrs. Belche for an indefinite I M-G-M's Sunday, Monday tense CinemaScope and Tuesday melo-in FRIGIDAIRETHERE'S

last week to buy and haul peat first of May.Hampton held its regular meeting Tues refreshments of birthday cake and to the family.Mr. length of time.L. Idrama, "
j "Bad Day at Black Rock.
set out azaleas day afternoon in the club house
humus, and to help is really beautiful in punch were served by Beverly Jo's and Mrs. J. M. Bradley Jr. L. Wainwright is attendingthe "unfolding the story of a man at-
the Hampton Beautification with the president, Mrs. L. F. JUST ONE
and palms Committee for organized by the springtime. The giant oaks Chapman, presiding. One new mother, Mrs. 0. E. Crosby, assisted I,and family of Jacksonville are 1 National Mid-Winter Pistol'temping' against tough odds to ,.
by Mrs. Clarice Thompson, spending their vacation here as Matches in Tampa this week. ferret FRIGIDAIREMade
Demonstration Club of I are putting on their dresses of member, 'Mrs. R. E. Williams was out a brutal murdered. I
the Home
Hampton In conjunction with a.. pastel green, the mimosas _are admitted to the club at this time. Mrs. John Crews, and Mrs. Teresa guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Drawdy of Spencer Tracy heading the cast only by General
statewide beautification plan. I II decked with lacy buds and the The club auditorium was beauti- Crosby. About 40 young people enJoyed J. M. Bradley. :' Tampa will be guests of their won his awards for "Boy's Town"and Motors Corp All other
I this lovely affair. Cottage Prayer Meeting was son-in-law and daughter Mr. and I Electric
Women of the Hampton com azaleas are covered with red,white, fully decorated with dogwood, "Captains Courageous." Dean Refrigerators are
Personal Items held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. C. A. Addison, until Monday.
and azaleas. The refreshment
gladioli made
volunteers are makinga and blossoms. by other companiesand
mittee and purple
pecan Mr. and Mrs. Tate Alvarez had !A. R. Brunner Monday Jagger and Walter Brennan are the
night. Mrs. E.
committee, consisting of Mrs. G. Crews and daughter,
the city
within trees with their buds cannot the word
of areas swelling are use
survey other Oscar winners in the film.
and an estimated indication Bob Cordell, Mrs. Russell Carter, as weekend guests their son, Coy, Little Mike Siegler, son of Mr. Carolyn, Mrs. Clarice Thompsonand
be an that is Frigidaire.
limits to planted spring really citizen
Virtually in the
azaleas and and Mrs. L. C. Smith served the of Jacksonville, also Earl Alvarezof and Mrs. Milo Siegler, broke his Beverly Jo Crosby were in every
number of will be here.The 25: members present. The next Jacksonville, and their grandson arm at school one day last week. Jacksonville Wednesday of last brooding little town of Black Rock
palms needed. The report 4-H Club met March 3 with had been involved when brutal
Bobby Crosby of Bayless a Want' A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE
commissionersat meeting will be held Tues., March He was able to return to his classes week.
given to the county murder was commited. So when,
Miss Ross, the Home Demonstration Highway.
Friday, with representatives 22. this week and is getting along Experts from all over the South
a meeting four years later, a stranger named ? ?
leader. Some time and Mrs. Claude Johns
was spent are
of other towns in 'the Surprise Birthday Party nicely. east entered the National Rifle Macreedy (Spencer Tracy) makesa
county, so that all the orders will filling our record books. Most of Miss Beverly Jo Crosby was expecting their niece Miss Betty Mrs. Walter White and baby of Association Approved Pistol mysterious appearance, he is THEN SEE

be taken care of at once. the girls exhibited food which they hostess at a surprise party last Ryan, a senior at FSU, next Mon Jacksonville spent Saturday with Matches at the State Farm last immediately assumed to be a detective -I
Azaleas will be placed in clumpsfor had prepared at home. Plans were Friday night honoring Miss Caro- day. She will remain with the her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. and investigating the slaying.The .I! E. H. SMITHTenth
Saturday Sunday. A
lyn Crews on her 18th birthday Johnses and intern in Starke Elementary Addison. supper
mass blooming, and palms will made for the 4-H Rally which town looks on helplessly as I
along the main anniversary. Outdoor games were School under the direction Mrs. G. W. Hunter and son, and dance was held in the Com-
between of the
be spaced j Iperpetrators original crime 1 1I
will be held
:March 12 at the USO and
street. Mr. Barnes volunteered use enjoyed until a late hour when of Mrs. Edna Hart, 4th Grade.I Odell Cauthen, and his son, lit munity Club Saturday night for scheme and plan a new killing, one Temple Are.
of his truck for hauling peat humus in Starke. the group. was invited inside, for Judge and Mrs. Alex Yawn and tle Darius Cauthen of Gainesville, the contestants and their families.I I they think will cover up the old Starke, Fla. .
_ h_ u._ __..__n oted t m..1".
ana weUW1U v w --- --
tain the plantings by necessary I =
fertilizing and watering. Home- !
owners nearest the azalea plant
ings will also contribute to wa-


Paving Progress
Work has'been completed now
on approximately 1.5 miles of paving
on Hampton's streets. Two
new street lights and stop signs
for intersections have been voted I II
by the Council and work on clear-
ance of right of way for extensions
of two other streets is reported.
Although final designation of
which streets are to be "through"and
which "stop" was left to the

street committee, discussion of the STARKE'S NEWEST
Council members at their meeting AND FINEST
last week indicated Division and
Florida avenues south from Nav-
arre as those with the most traffic,
and east-west streets intersectingthese
two as stop streets.

New paving in Hampton Includes
three streets intersecting the main .
street on the north and one on the PtnVr ': -., -->:]
south, with those next to businessall r ) .Vt.V Ki' %/ I
paved; streets paved on three -- > -
aides of the' Hampton school, and
paved streets for both churches.
One street was widened,new water I t I ; ,
mains laid throughout the town, 1v1j .w ... $. t.J i
and some culvert work done. One r
drainage ditch has been dug and PUR j 1 )
pipe for storm drains past the Kim eS.
school was proposed at the Council sarstaeteta x.

meeting. m
David Brown, town marshal, was II'
granted a request for a siren for

the marshal's car. .
Dick May of Gunter Field at \ -
Montgomery, Ala. was home in .
Hampton for the weekend. p'N .:_ '
}Ir. and Mrs. Milton Mosher and -a. ... n ,-(--._...." _d <1St? YNIr iWq.MrY ; ;:.
children were Jacksonville visitors
Sunday afternoon., While there ,
they visited the Jacksonville zoo.
Mrs. C. L. Cooper was hostessfor I

evening.Mrs.a Tupperware Glenn Macintosh party and Friday Mrs. PURE OIL SERVICE STATION

Clyde Rhame were in Jackson-
ville on business Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Merle Packham
drove to Jacksonville on business
Walter and Albert Flelschman
have purchased the Knight house
and moved in last week. Formerly

been residents living of recently Maryland in, Starke.they have Open FOr Business Tuesday March 15th

Prayer meeting at the Hampton .
Christian Church will be changedto
Wednesday next week, at 7:45p.

m., according to Willard M.

Jones Visitors, Sunday pastor at the were G. P.Mr.Wadsworthhome and Mrs. UNDER MANAGEMENT OF BILL DODD ': J

Thomas Wadsworth of Bunnell,

Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Wadsworthof J
Gainesville, and Mr. and Mrs. S.
McDaniels of Jacksonville. Mrs.
:Morrow of Plant City, Mrs. Wads-
worth's sister, visited for several .
days last week. Mr. Wadsworth,
who has been ill at his home for
Congratulations Best Wishes Its A PleasureTO
several weeks, is' improving slow- Congratulations, Son!
Sunday visitors at the Frank
Williams home were MAY OUR LOSS BE YOUR GAIN
Tillman and -Mrs. Barnes of Pa Bill Dodd and Pure Oil

latka. Mrs. Barnes, a sister of Pure Oil and Bill Dodd Plumbing and Fixtures
Mrs. Dan Johnson, is staying with WE WISH YOU EVERY SUCCESS ON THE

the Johnsons for a few days.
Wednesday evening the first in a On The Opening Of This Fine New IN THE OPENING OF THIS FINE Opening Of This FOR STARKE'S NEWEST AND FINEST
series of 12 films on the life of

Paul the apostle was shown at Service Station New Modern Service Station Modern Service Station SERVICE STATION
prayer meeting at Hampton Bap-
tist Church. The films will be 6 f i t

shown every other Wednesday following e I\
regular service. The same

films youth are rallies being shown sponsored at the by area the: I ELECTRIC FIXTURES & INSTALLATION It's An Asset To The Community' \


Hampton churches, at and the Theressa USO in Starke Baptist.on 'I By E T ShiPLUMBING I Ii
Saturday eveningS. H C Agency
Mr, and Mrs. Raleigh Brannen rand Sunoco Service StationAll
Well's Electric Service .INSURANCE
family and Mrs. T. F. Brown & HEATING
were visitors with Miss Jessie I i !
:Mary Brannen and Dennis BranI I.i
nen in Bartow for the weekend.
They included Cypress Gardens in I ,

their sightseeing.Mr. I The Best Jobs As Starke Grows Our Sincere Best Wishes
and Mrs. Douglas Hardy Best Wishes
in Jacksonville Monday. .
were I -

Our girls and boys have organized : TO Bill Dodd On The Opening
Softball teams under the leadership j By
of Coach Waters. The playground i OUR PRODUCTS HELP BUILD
is being leveled off and I j I Bill Dodd and Pure OilANOTHER Bradford Engineering Co. THIS FINE MODERN STRUCTURE
spirited play is getting underway. I Beautiful I New Modern
Seventy-seven of our pupils and $
five of our teachers were in religious I. e This Fine New Service Station Is Another Service Station '
services last Sunday.8th II True Example Sherwin-Williams Paints furnished by us,
Grade Personalities I
". FINE e
James Thomas is the son of Mr. I were used to add to the Beauty, Durability
and Mrs. F. E. Thomas of Hamp I .
ton. He was born at Hampton Lake j jia II i "AND SURE SIGN OF GROWTH and Economical Upkeep of this New IT'S A CREDIT TO STARKE

and now 13 years old, James i I
has lived at Hampton most of his'' :ilill FOR STARKE BY: Bradford : Co PURE OIL STATION
Enpeering Starke Motor Parts
life and has always attended this Iii 9
school. lie has one sister, Mrs
Durwood Dortch, of Gainesville. MAURICE EDWARDS Phone 203 229 Temple Are.
lIe is a member of the Baptist I 9/ Starke Builders Supply
Church at Hampton and Is activein Ben F, Hall Contractor Phone Starke, Fla. Starke Fla. I
church work. He likes to fish -
and hunt and dislikes raking yards. Iii .
He enjoys coming to school and !

was class president during the j r 3 1 1rusws 1i

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FRIDAY.. MARCH 11.. 1955
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PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS EVERGREEN gown for the little Dell bride was! the season in Southeast Florida. In I Cross for the 1955 campaign
The Tabernacle
At CHURCH BAPTIST CHURCH I designed by Irene Jelson. a communication she did not say through the county representativewhen

, Dr. John McNeill Scotch evangelist Sunday Smoot 10 a.m. Sunday School 10 a. m. Preach- Principal Roberts and R. H. Don- she would return to central I GIVING AND SHARING: The
Union 6:30 I ald have worked with all phasesof Florida but sent best wishes to the American Red Cross Dnv..
of Washington, D. C., will Morning Service 11 a.m. ing 11 a. m. Training INational
D t begin a week's series of meetingson Evening Service 7:30 pm.: p. m. Preaching 7:30: p. m. Prayer the production.. Don't miss this entire Starke community and es-I,j is. on. When a representative asks
Wednesday Meeting Wednesday 7:30 m. unique wedding. pecially the RJE PTA of which for your membership enroll with:
Sunday, March 13, at 11 o'clock. Prayer Meetings p.
j SCOUT tiEWSScoutmaster she is vice-president. Ethel Single-1 at least $1. Give
Services will continue each nightat night 7:45 p.m. Saturday night Rev. J. E. Lingerfelt pastor. generouslv to
Holly states that ton has enrolled with the Red j this wonderful organizationALVAREZ'
7:30 through Sunday. March 20.
HEILBRONN CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST the recent observance of Boy
Dr. McNeill has conducted meet-
Methodist Church ings in Starke many times in the BAPTIST CHURCH LATTER DAY SAINTS I Scout and Girl Scout Week cul- ; I IEstablished
Airpark BaptistTo t minated with a trip to Silver IIII Ien's.Clothing
past using his unique ministry of Sunday School 10 a.m. Preaching Services each Sunday In old I[ STORE I II
Springs. Many of the Scouts and 1S94
Begin Revival Saturday -- Pastor's member- messages and music. Among the 11 a.m. Training Union 6:30 Masonic Hall on E. Call St Sunday Den Mothers took the trip. Scout I jl,

ship class 10:00: a. m. instruments he uses are accordion, pjn. Preaching 7:30 p.m. Prayer School 10 a. m. SacramentService
Monday NightRevival master is
Holly asking more parents -I
Sunday Church School 9:45 a. violin, trumpet, and piano. Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p.m. 6:30: p. m. Everyone wel and friends to participate In I

services will begin at m. Morning Worship 11 a. m. Rec- An unexpected treat was en- REV. Milton J. Dukes, pastor. come. I Scout activities of Starke. The ,
Church Mon- reation Time 5:30: p. m. Fellowship joyed last Friday night in the ap- II I I I
the Airpark Baptist troop will hold regular meetings
Supper for Intermediates and Seniors pearance of Rev. and Mrs. Charles SEVENTH DAY AIRPARK MISSIONARY I
day night March 14. The song 6:15 p. m. Worship Servicefor I Beitzel, on furlough from Nigeria, ADVENTIST CHURCH BAPTIST CIHJRCH each Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. I I First Baptist Church Hampton

service will begin each night at MYF Groups, 6:45: p. m. Evening Africa. Colored slides were shownof Services each Sabbath in the Sunday School 9:45 a. m. Morn- CHURCH New NEWS ,
Bethel Churchill
7:30 o'clock, followed by preaching Service 7:30 p. m. I the work In that part of the Old :Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Baptist '
Dark Continent. .ing Worship 11 a. m. Training hold its regular services on Sun-I Merle L. Packham, Pastor
o'clock with Rev.
services at 8 Monday Prayer Time around I Sabbath School 2 p. m. Preaching
Lacy Conway, local business man the: altar of the church for the New .every week by R. L. Mathews pas- Union 6:15: p. m. Evening Service day.choir At contest 3 p. m.between there will Johnsons be a

in charge. "Come let us praise the Life Meeting. 7:30 p. m. Christian Church ,tor. Bible Study each Thursday 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting Wed- Chapel of Gainesville and choir No. S.S.10 A.M. T.U. 6:30 P.M.
Lord together. I Wednesday Children's Bible 7:30 m. A friendly welcome I nesday 7:30 p. m. Rev. W. O.
Rev. J. EL Sherwood, pastor p. :
1 of New Bethel. Both choirs have
The pastor, Rev. Bobby Collins, Study Hour, 3:30 p. m. Midweek :awaits everyone. Collins Jr., Pastor. practiced hard for this battle of Preaching Hour: 11 A.M. and 8 P.M.

invites services the which public will to continue attend about these Prayer Thursday Service-7:30 Youth) p. m.Choir Re- Sunday for all,ages.9:45: ,C.Bible W. Colson.school classes Supt I ................................................T music. President Hankerson is Wed.Night "Hour of Power" 8 P.M.

ten da" hearsal. .:30 p. m. Chancel Choir Morning Worship 11 a.m. Evening NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED urging friends to all be choir present members and on time.and

CHURCH OF CHRISTC. rehearsal Friday -7:30 Prayer p. m.time for the'worship deaver 6, 7:30 p. m.p. m. Christian En- CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY i j Mt. Pisgah A. M. E. Church of This is a Church in which the Bible is
I I Lincoln will hold regular
L. Orertnrf Jr, Mlnlnter New Life Meeting in the Sanctu- Bible Study and Prayer Meeting I City I
. I I By Ozora Johnson, Editor [trustee services on Sunday. Rev. Preached and
f Sunday Bible Study 10 a. m.' ary 7:30 p. m. 7:30 p. m. Wednesday. I Taught
Walker is asking all officers and
Morning Worship a. m. I\_____ __ _ _
L. nembers_ tn be present and hear a
Worship 7:30 p. m. FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH Tuesday, 7:30 p.m., Mrs W. n COME WORSHIP WITH US !
Elementary Consolidated and soloist, will have a the church'
soprano progress report on new
Wednesday Bible Study 7:20 LAWTEY. FLA. Andrews, president. :
m. School 10 a. 'm. Preach- Church located on W. Call and The last bell has been soundedat spicy program. This may be the construction. Many persons have'i L J
p. Sunday :Midweek streets. A friendly wel- Brooker elementary school meeting for refreshments since it been helping in the laying of con u _ _ _ _
Radio program, "Old Paths" ing 11 a. m. & 7:30 p. m. Christian
which was a temporary army sur- is lemonade time. Don't miss it. crete blocks. Much more help Isj I
each Sunday 9 a. m. Station service Wednesday 7:30! p. m. come waits everyone.
plus barracks. On Monday, March Hampton PTA will meet on the needed and money to purchase additional
WDVH. A. E. Massey, pastor.
7, .22 eager pupils joined the R. J. second and fourth Tuesdays as material. Come out and

.1 t Church of God E. school group with their teach- scheduled. Principal Taylor is an- pledge your support to the completion -' APRIL

School 10 a.m. Morn- er-principal, Alma Moffett, who xious to have all patrons become of this new church. \ 1ST IS DEADLINEAgain
Sunday will replace the late Alice Marie familiar with the plans for school
I 11 a.m. Sunday Eve- Allen Chapel A. M. E. Church
EVANGELISTIC CRUSADE ning ing Service 7:45 p.m., Y.P.E. Wilson. A welcome committee led closing and help make it a big will hold Sunday School at 10 a.
by Principal Eddie Thompkins success.
Service Wednesday 7:45 pjn., and I m. We regret that superintendentHomer
Prayer Meeting, Friday 7:45: p.m. carried the new pupils on a tour Thurston Elementary school will Williams and the junior we each and
the school which should be urge every person en-
Lawtey of new ,hold regular PTA on Monday, class teacher Irene Thomas have

Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning ready for occupancy by next week. ',March 21. Principal Price asks all been ill and wish for them a speedy: titled to HOMESTEAD EXEMPTIONfor
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH The pupils are being transportedin I
Worship 11 a.m. YPE Serving patrons to attend. The County recovery. The Allen Silver Tea will
7:30 the county school bus by Charity Teachers will hold their fourth in be held at 5>> p. m. Sunday in the
Saturday, : p.m. I Williams, an employee of the coun- a series of community meetings on church. The hour has been changedso 1955, who has not signed their application

STARKE ty for approximately 18 years.I I Sunday, March 13, at the Baptist: that teachers participating in
St. Mark's Episcopal She Is interested in part-time employment -! Church in Lincoln City. Music will the program in Lincoln City can to please do so on or before April1st.

Rev Raymond E. MacBlaln while school is in session be furnished by the Bra-Co Philharmonic be present. Chairman M. L. Paul

Only Two More Days and she is waiting for the : Society under the direction has invited some of the best talent .

Services at St. Mark's Episcopal children. If you know of such a of E. E. Minott, music of Starke and vicinity to par-

Friday, March 11 and Sunday, March 13 I Church will be as follows: position have them to call 48, office specialist for the county. The ser- ticipate. Don't miss this tea and
Sunday: 9:45: a.m. Church of the county superintendent, mon will be delivered by Rev musical treat.
This is
Sunday Morning Services Will Be Broadcast School and Adult Class; 11 ajn. and refer the message to the supervisor Roosevelt Dell, teacher of Social Mt. Moriah Methodist Church the deadline and we have no

Morning Prayer and Sermon; 6:30 of schools.Do Studies at RJE high school and
Over Radio Station WDVH At 11 A.M. pjn. Y. P. S. L. You Need Help? ? ? pastor of the Methodist Episcopal will hold regular communion serv- authority to grant the exemption unless

Wednesday: 7:30 p.m. Litany Do You Want To Work? ? ? Church, St. Augustine, Rev. Dill la ices on Sunday. Lay Leader Royalis

and Meditation; 8 p.m. Choir When we first started this column a dynamic speaker. Don't miss asking all members to be pres- the application is signed. It is not our desire
and make reports.
REV. L D. HAINESWILL ent complete
Practice. we asked persons to register this educational and religious treat
Holy Communion: 1st Sunday, answers to the above questions that Is designed to promote "Bet- Echoes come from Hobe Sound, to work a hardship but
to the members of the anyone,
DELIVER THESE MESSAGES 11 a.m.; 3rd Sunday, 7:30: p.m. with this office. School is about to ter School-Community Relations. Florida

close and if there are high school C. C. Anderson Is president of the church from a very faithful mem- follow
i ber of the church and choir, E. V. we must our instructions, by having -
Edward's Church girls and boys who are interestedIn i Bradford County Teachers Associa-
MRS. L. A. CANOVADIRECTOR Singleton. She is working during
summer work please let us tion.! I
on file in the office a signed aPPlication -
Sunday Mass at 9:13: a. m. know. We are asking persons Interested -I I Wateroak Elementary school 1 _
OF MUSIC Holy day masses, 6:30 a. m. and in baby sitting services, ,
held regular PTA ,.
on Monday for each homestead
the Tax Roll.
8:30: a. m.Children's. nursing, cooking, cleaning, laund- -FILL on
March 7, 7:30 m. with DIRTGOOD
Members Of The Baptist BrotherhoodWill Catechism Class each ering on a full-time or parttimebasis Desue presiding.p. Several President)'
Attend this
Wednesday at 3:15 p. m. to please call 59-J and leave I now.
Be The Song Leaders Keystone fleigbU your number for the supervisor of and friends paid pledges they had I RICH ..
made for payments on the school I
(Women's flub: ) Negro Schools. L. H. Gibson, Gen-
Sunday Mass 8 a. m. eral Supervisor, will be glad to deliver lunch range. All patrons are askedto TOP SOILSee
Don't Fail To Attend Each One Of These support the Tom Thumb Wed-
I Holy day masses 7:30 a. m. the message. He is anxiousto
ding which will take place rain GENE LONGTAX
I Confessions before all Masses. help us serve our communityand I I
or shine on Friday, March 11, at
Evangelistic Meetings at the same time help our-
Pleasant Grove Methodist Church,
BROOKER Rev. D. W. Demps, pastor. A ASSESSOR
BAPTIST CHURCH Volunteers Needed small donation will be Jackson Transfer
WELCOME EVERYONE For Summer ProgramIf : collectedat I Company BRADFORD COUNTYHave
Rev. C. B. Stallings, Pastor the door. This wedding is being
are interested in partici- 1 Phone 165
Sunday School 10 a.m., Morning you sponsored for the PTA by principal I,
; in the Bradford County
-, .,-. .... .. Worshhlp 11 a.m. BTU 6:30 p.m., pating Roberts and faculty. The wedding

', -. Evening Service 7:30 p.m. Prayer. summer.. _", u_ program"'ft., register"..... now.and
Wednesday 7:30 11..1\: US know WllttL you vaj* wv \
4 - -
-- - -- Meeting p.m. ;
I I how often you would be willing to

I do it. Rev. Groover, pastor of Allen I
WOODLAWN MISSIONARY Chapel A. M. E. Church has prom-

BAPTIST CHURCH ised to give several hours per

REVIVALHEILBRONN 10 a.m. Sunday School, 11 a.m. week in the woodwork shop devoted -

preaching. 6:15 BTU, 6:45: prayer to carpentry. If you can do

\ service, 7 o'clock song services, something 'especially well join the You Heard ?

7:30 evening services. program and teach someone else

BAPTIST'CHURCH to do it. Watch this paper for
I LUIPTONCHRISTIAN further announcements about the

CHURCH summer program which is sched-

uled to begin Monday June 6.
Bible School 10 a. m.; Worship
Service 11 a. m.: Youth Program P. T. A. & Hobby Club "Chit-Chat" THAT ATSLADE
"Hats Off to the PTA of R. J. E.
6:30 Service 8
: p. m. Evening
Continues With Great Success
4 p. m.Bro.. J. B. Dixon, pastor. It was unanimously voted by the
I body to buy a new spinet piano.

SERVICES EACH EVENING 7:30 President Royal and the members GAS co.

went on record to pay for the
SPECIAL MASS MEETING piano as soon as possible. One

I hundred dollars was paid down. A
Sunday Afternoon -- 2:30
special campaign is being launchedto .

ance as soon as possible. All PTA
members are asked to contact persons -

J SUBJECTS FOR THE WEEK-END I C I tend RJE who to have enroll children with two that at--
etc payments I For YOUR OLD RANGE
of monthly dues which will
FRIDAY-When The Skeletons Walk Out of the Closet be $1. Supervisor Johnson will

Twenty-five Bible Signs of the Soon Re- PECIAlgjllE canvass Brooker Principal Thomp-
turn of Christ .kins will take Hampton community -
while other teachers and mem-

SUNDAY A.M.-The Rapture; of the Church. I bers will take different sections of NO DOWN PAYMENT
Starke and Bradford County. All I e .
SUNDAY NIGHT-And What Next. i parents are asked to support alli i .
--... ,. ... .
of the financial drives now going i
on at the school. They are all be- I Q -
ing sponsored for a bigger and better -

|. RJE D
Scholarship Examinations to be AND ee

given to RJE seniors. On Friday, i I

r March 11. a scholarship examna-I i Your Gas Is Delivered To You
& tion by the United Negro College I

k% 4 t'r Fund will be given by Florence I j :
a V Small chairman of the Division I| In Tanks Which Is
F 1ax' ,
and atBethuneOookman
i of Education Psychology .
/ College, Day-i i i

ror.a Beach. High school graduates,j I II
t I from this section of Florida will
assemble at Lincoln high school.

I Gainesville for this very important

examination. We hope that some

S i4 !: $ A j lof the RJE seniors v.illin a scholarship -,

I to one of the many colleges
in this The
participating program.
Y 'Florida State Scholarship Exam- INSTANT HEATNO

1 mation will be .held on March 22
7pt >tr.d will be given by the supervi-

ion staff of Bradford county. i i
The Brooker Elementary held its !J! INTERRUPTED SERVICE DUE TO BAD WEATHER

last PTA with B. J. Kelly, president -
h M ( presiding. The meeting was

x ibeld I at New River Methodist I COMPLETELY AUTOMATIC' RANGES J
j Church. At this time Principal

i j Moffett expressed her deep ap-

WITH I predation j t:lerful cooperation to patrons they for had the given won- ITS NICEST WHEN Gas 1l 1
YOUadhooas with
EVANGELIST M. D. GARRETTYou -r I j her the through importance the years.of consolidationand She stressed I

the advantages involved. All ,--l

have possibly heard this Nationally Known Baptist L parents of Brooker are now transferred ,
Evangelist on the Radio Now See and Hear Him i ir: to the RJE PTA and are
asked to meet on Wednesday,April Phone 121

Person. 6,at 8 p. m. in the new RJE school. S la 1 d e Gas Co.

Dr. Milton Dukes, PastorIN Bordg# We New are River asking and as Brooker many parentsof to at- Starke, Fla. ..,

CHARGE OF MUSIC\ tend as possible as you will be

,', I AT MOST BORDEN DEALERS guest of honor. Mary Royal, chair- .. I .
<= ...(p.L.. _.k I:...._,c 'L'' .-.. .fc. -". man of the program committee


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-. I FRIDAY MARCH 11, 1955

'Nothing To Do' Given As Excuse Missionary 1
Moose LodgeTo NOTICE OF nTE\"TIO: TO

By Youths For Getting In TroubleGiving I To Tell Presbyterian ExperiencesAt Ii s -a,.. -i' S '-,._ 1 Be InstitutedIn ;I I undersigned.REGISTER Notice is hereby under FICTITIOUS given the provisionsof that.NAME the I'I %V. C. T. U.

.. : Chapter :0,951 Laws of Florida .
I __._._. V USO .
I 4 : .j,V V. V _V _ Tonight Acts of 1941. will register with the IL\T IS THEV.. (. T. I ...
the excuse that they'had'"nothing Miss Elizabeth McNeill.mission- : V. Clerk of the Court in and for Brad- I IT1IE WO\\ \'S CHRISTIAN
to do" a group of High Lawtey Council I i to The Jacksonville degree team I[ford County State of Florida, UPOflTlpFxCF
ary Japan and former missionary | receipt of proof of publication I UNION IS AN'ORGANIZATION
Schools youths were questioned Given Renewed to Korea will speak at the First | p 4S ; will institute t he new Moose ,'this notice the fictitious name of OF CHRISTIANIWOJIEN
last # lodge in Starke ,The Versatile Co. under which I am
by County Judge Theron Presbyterian Church next Wednes- i tonight (Friday) I engaged In business at 314 N. Cherry -:': : BANDED TOGETHEIi
A. Yawn in connection with a ser- Hope For Phones day night at 7:30 o'clock. j s;;& : _. .. at ceremonies to be held in the' St., Starke Fla. I FOR THE PROTECTION OF

ies of thefts involving water V. USO at 8 o'clock. Officers of the!I That the parties interested in said I TilE HOME TIlE ABOLITION
tools, gasoline and other Prospects for more adequate Miss McNeill calls Archer, Flo-] new lodge will also be sworn in ;'business are: Phil P. Vitsky, sole .
pumps '0 F THE LIQUOR Tn. .FF'IC.D
rida home and has made her head j \ I owner. 341 NT. Cherry St.. Starke.
telephone service for Lawtey and at this time. The local Moose j Fla.
the quarters there during her furlough o i I'I !ITHE TRIUMPH: OF CHRIST'S'GOLDEN
surrounding area became '
organization will be known the Dated this 18th day of February.
Judge Yawn pointed out to the as RULE IN CUSTOM
year. She has been j ,
I speaking ex-
brighter this week when Mon V .
on harley Johns Chapter. A I) 1933, at Starke. Bradford .
who have not been in trou- \ND IX LAW.FLORIDA
youths day night the Lawtey City Coun- tensively during this time. She *Ax.: I The is County FlorIda. .... .
new lodge being instituted :j ;'
ble before larceny charges could ,cil voted to sell a lot in town to spoke with the Florida Chain of I here 2/15 4t 3/11 ( GOOD .,..\\ .*

be brought against them, and that the Starke Telephone Companyfor Missions during February and the I ? 6-12. during Moose Week, March
would mean loss of their civil I $350. The lot will be the loca- early days of this month, and she R Gov.proclaiming the observ- .. .. ance.
rights the right to vote hold tion of a 15' X 20' cement block has also spoken to churches in ; Leroy Collins praisedthe

public office, serve on a jury telephone building.H. West Florida during this period.In organization haven for for its offering senior mem-a retirement WINKLER\ ELECTRIC SERVICE

qualify for homestead exemption A. Bishop Jr. of the telephone the invasion of South Korea bers, Moosehaven and

as well as the respect of their company explained at by North Korea :Miss McNeill was fur creating

fellow townspeople.No I I length some of the reasons for the the only missionary of the Presby- T orphaned Mooseheart children, the "child of its city.member-" where

charges have as yet been delay in furnishing Lawtey with terian Church who was unable to \ NJTN.
ship are
given an education and
filed against the youths, although service and promised to do every- be evacuated. With the aid of
opportunity for a in
place life.
Judge Yawn said the investiga- thing in his power to speed it up. Korean Christians, she was able to The
James Waters appeared before hide out until this territory was organization work for the I : V
new lodge here was done by John RADIOAND
Brownie Scouts the Council with the request that retaken by the Americans and -8 Milo. :

he be allowed to rent part of the South Koreans. She had to hide Order membership director Loyal
of Moose. Mooseheart. Ill.
old market platform for use as a
Brownie Scout Troop 1 met in out in enemy territory for over a
feed and fertilizer.warehouse. The
the Methodist recreation center year.
Council reserved decision on the Presbyterian Church TELEVISION
Tuesday afternoon at':3:30 o'clock. After she was "liberated" by the t
matter, pending further study and
After an instruction period by the I advice. Other Americans. Miss McNeill was asked _
possible uses Saturday :3 p.m. Adult Choir r
Troop Leader Mrs. Reiner, refreshments of the platform which was built to serve as a teacher in a _ practice. I 17-inch TVMahogany $1S9 Sales
were served and the Brown Presbyterian school in The
I by public subscription} were, also Randall Da\is (left) for the I Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Morning !
ies went on a hike out new,Bland- discussed.An church was'short of Japanese i and Service.ts.tnflfljrfl
BHS Nine To Open students! and J. 15. Dkk for the I i Worship 11 a.m., "Samson or
Ing road. The
Troop observed missionaries and the Korean Mis- .
ordinance regarding the notifying faculty jump to start action in Stephen?" Youth Fellowship 6 nestss s.rs -Jr S rrs.r. rs S VtJ S
different plants, rocks, mosses and of traffic violators that an sionaries at the time were not being Next Friday the annual fctudent-teacher 'I p.m., Calvin Peace and Joe Harden! 224 N. Temple Ave. PHONE 166 Starke, Florida
birds. Mrs. Ruth Hatch, mother of immediate allowed to return to their sta V
was With Green Cove basketball hosts. Evening 7:30 I,
last i Worship
game Friday p.m.
V one, of the Scouts assisted Mrs..when possible, was aVailable'1 tions. Hiss McNeill has served as I -
night. Wednesday 7:30: Church
Reiner on the hike. :reading by the Council, and will a teacher in Japan since that date The Bradford High nine will World Mission service message by -. -- -

I tE: brought at the next and until her furlough beganthe
meeting. year
up have some pre-season competition FBLA Trounces Miss Elizabeth McNeill of Archer.

HAVE .The payment of regular bills was latter part of 1954. next Monday and Wednesday nightat Special offering for World Mis- Sell It Rent It Trade It

approved. but not before the ques- The public is cordially invited to the State Farm. There is no Faculty Five sions.

YOUwondered tion of paying doctor bills incidental this service. A special offering for i doubt that this will be more than By 47-23 ScoreYouth Thursday. 3:30 p.m. Junior

to cutting scrapes was World Missions will be received. adequate for the high school lads I Choir practice. : WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIEDLow
thoroughly though humorously ;
how II
Chiropractic can I
since Raiford was a top entry triumphed over and
be so effective in correcting so discussed. Realtors Meet, the fast semi-pro North Florida I experience last Friday evening age on I Rates Good Results Kasy To Place
many "impossible" illnesses? The Council studied the problemof I
Plan League last season. the local armory floor as five high I !0 WORDS OR LESS OXE INSERTION - 50c
The answer Is simple. Since thenervous the city garbage dump, and Campaign To The CitizensOf
; Coach Joe Hull has not yet decided school students, all members of the EACH ADDITIONAL WORD 2cIHSrolAT
system controls the took under advisement the possibility i
With 100 cent attendance. l on a starting line-up for his Future Business Leaders of AmerIca -I II OF, 15 PER CENT 0\ TWO OR
function of each organ, a pressure I of purchasing a new location.I per I I MORE INSERTIONS
on any nerve will impairthe the Bradford-Clav. Countv. Board I Bradford High team but indicated i Club, outlasted eight B.HS.
function of the organ fed 1- u of Realtors met on Tuesday at the it might include Eulie Rushton behind I faculty members alternating ultra-i StarkeThe STf ADDITIONAL: FOIl BLIND ADS OR ADS XOT PAID IV ADVANCEUEMORIAMS

by the pinched nerve. Conrad Letsch courthouse and discussed a mem- the plate Billy Harrington at I frequently in an attempt to stop i -V.I ..-

Your Chiropractor has scientific bership drive and plans for a campaign first base Edward Akridge at I the onslaught of the ;youngsters. i CARDS OF THANKS, RESOLUTIONS 20c Per Line

instruments to locate nerve Died WednesdayConrad to acquaint the public with second base Dewayne Elder at I But alas the final horn found the: City of Starke has been a I (COUNT 5 WORDS TO EACH LINE)

V pressure and Is qualified to the value of services rendered by I, shortstop and Gus Kopelousos at!.students at the long end of ali- good customer of Fairbanks. Morse

skillfully remove the nene pres- realtors.C. I third. In the outfield three of the i I II ;23 score. & Co. since the city has had their I

Letsch 68 well known following four boys will probably j own electric power plant. We
sure. Bradford County. farmer and cattleman A. Futch is president of the Dewayne Elder Randal Davis wish to this method to reach!" FOIl SU.K 1I"n LL.l\"Eoni: FOU s.\LE-one lot 70 x 291 fet .!
nod John Gooles- use ;
If you have stomach trouble I get the starting : |Sidney Jackson Byron Newcomband 1 'iR.tC1OitELECTRIC See -.. .. r.est Madison and .
have jour Chiropractor locate died suddenly Wednesday organization, W. S. Sibley, vice by, Paul Magyari Buck Gill. and each citizen and thank them for .1 S.WI"G M.ICI1I'iEii ton AlKoad. Up j
Jack Lefevre went all the way 1 FM I>( TO> TlPKniUTKH
president, and Arch Thomas Sr.,
afternoon at his home north of Morse i
the business that Fairbanks
and remove the nerve pressure Fugene Magyari. All four pitchers'Edgar for the students while the veterans' 1 HILTON ADDING MACHINKlilKGAIXS : WANTEI>-noute
and your stomach can Starke as the result of a heart at- secretary. Akridge Kenneth Parrish & Co. has enjoyed with the city !I I I I btarke Laundry Driver Apply
again and
squad consisted of Hull Dry Cleaners
{!UGua.un I)I VIS
function normally.In had not been ill and was Wallace Rivers and Edwin Johns Register Nolin. Dick Mainor and we hope we can continue to i, Itchr

working around his place at the Bradford Cattlemen's Assn. will probably work for a brief spellin enjoy the good will and friendly'iattitude OR REXT-1 Modern four room FOR
Starke It's The time of the atta:k. Blankenship, and Payne. Basket- that has existed between ;cottage, two porches. Located between Good SALE-simmons Sofa Bed.
and of St. Catholic each game. condition. Phone 349..I.
Mr. Letsch Joseph's. ball Coach Len Register was high Hampton and Keystone It
was born in Hungaryon scheduled us. i I'hone J. V. Edwards.
first Heights.
regular gameof
Church Detroit.
BOLLINGERCHIROPRACTIC April 16, 1886 and came to with seven points while Hull and Gainesville County Operator 1603. FOR SALE-Antique used furniture
He is survived by his widow, the season for the Tornadoeswill Nolin had six each. It is our understanding that the i iI UP and household goods. Old Dowl-
Starke from Detroit in 1920. His be on March 18 here in Starke City of Starke has purchased from ing Barn, Highway 301 across
Mrs. Lizzie Letsch. I road
farm place was a model of thrift Phillips Master of ceremonies of the eve- I Sofa and chair from El Rancho Motel,
against Green Cove Springs (one the City Of New Bern, North Caro-FOR SALE-Kroeler
CLINIC and industry and at Funeral services will be held in ning's activities was Stanley Clark. covered in pink plastic. In good 2tchg 2/U
one time he the
week from tonight). Game time lina. a used power plant for condition. Phone 24-W. ltp
the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel at 2 who described the activities the FOR
was on
2 blocks north of Post Office leading Bradford County for all home games is 8 p.m. sum of $175,000 and have an esti- house. four room furnished -
strawberry In o'clock Sunday afternoon with floor over the public address Martin Fruit Shop on
grower. later system FOR SALE-Electric You
years The complete schedule will be mated cost after necessary repairsand range. Temple Ave.
Phone 108 he had spent most of his time as Father Jordan of St. Edward's .. take up payments. Mrs. Joe Me- ltpWANTEDSecretary
next week.Intramural installation of the equipment
published Uee. North Walnut St. ltp
a cattleman and alsomaintained Catholic Church officiating. Burial for Legislative

OFFICE HOURS a fine His methodsof i will bein Crosby Lake Cemetery. of $398,300. I ENVELOPES ADDRESSED. fast accurate session J" Tallahassee during
pecan grove. Home Track Meet April May.
Daily 9:30 to 12 1:30 to 5:30 producing high I Active pall bearers will be Titus TrackTrack We by no means want anyone i service. May we serve you? Ply Doyle E. Conner Good salary Ins. Ap-
quality farm Ager
MOIL, FrL & Sat. to interpret this article as criticism Mrs. Lu Ann Pollute. Mrs. Theresa Phone 285. :
evenings 7 to 8 Set For
products won him the respect of Olson. A. J. Thomas Sr.. Harry AprilThe Wiezycki. P. O. fox 347. Starke, ltchg
Other hours by appointment buyers and fellow growers alike. Houston. P. D. Reddish. J. R. competition was scant in of anyone for making this/ Fla. or phone &%-J. ltp FOR SALE-ChIId

I Mr. Letsch was a member of the I Wainwright and Harvey Warren., the Bradford High Intramural Tornado track squad next purchase we only want to advise I FOU SALE 1 large Spanish Guitar. stroller $5. Auto folding Top carrier canvas

sports program this week. Monday's week will attempt to taper off for the people of the offer which we I' 1 Mandolin. 1 Hawaiian Guitar. rvirtmebhi $5. See G. Kaufmann

slate included the 440-yard relay the opening dual meet one week made to the City so they may 1 Banjo. 1 Violin. J. T. Quigley Pinehurst subdivisionOR Westmoreland. fits

nnnn n II O won by Charles Noegel, Curtis from today at Ocala. Only then know we have a sincere interest in :. Starke. Itchs
nnnn I
ft McGee, Ralph Martin and Phillip :will Coach J. C. Hobbs know what the city and realize fully the problem -I:FOR SALE-16 acre land. on High Nubian SALE-Four French Alpine
way (lirownlee Road) See G. U by goats. Heavy milk
Clark of room 9D. The winning his charges can do in actual com which faces you at this time I Kersey, Rt. 2, Box 60. Starke. stock. Also bantam chickens. L.

time was ,53.8 seconds. petition. Good news for local track when power must be added to your 2tp 3/18 B. Jordan IU. I, Eox 427 Starke

HERE ARE THE WINNERS i Another Junior High School enthusiasts was announced this plant and must be done for the I I.arlte Blooming: Azalea HP

event the shot put was won by week.A minimum Investment possible.The I SPK.CH S\I.K OA7.\LKSA FOR UEXT-Three bedroom unfur- I
n CAMELLIASAll nished house.
Freddie Stephens of 9A. Second home track meet has been sche- City now has four diesel I Plant at Half Price rated on South St.Recently Apply Colonial redeco-

I was Burt McGee of 9A. Phillip generating units. all manufactured SEEING IS nr.LIVING Florist.
duled in Starke for April when the i G.RDEN.tD tfchg
nt \'EnEnEz.Lla
IN SECURITY'S CHICK TO Clark of 9D Mike Goldwire of 9A Tornadoes entertain the Maroons by Fairbanks, Morse & Co., havinga I NURSERY FOR SALE:-Montgomery

and Chas. Noegel finished next in from Palatka in a dual meet. This capacity of 1520 kilowatts. I Pauline Earle Tallinn ?en80iejjadl and Phonograph Ward
Phone HOIbort S-2,102: Earleton, Fla.
that order. This Thursday the 440- will be the first track meet in Fairbanks. Morse & Co. advised j! tt cry$ Ward Floor Wringer Lamp $7. Montgom.

CHICK LIVABILITY CONTESTSecurity's yard run for Senior High boys was Starke for the Tornadoes in several the City they would install two I' Koll-a-way bed with mattress Washer W.$Zri.
(60 ACRES improved pasture lit
slated. Results were not availableat years. All meets were away from new diesel generating units of the i bearing pecan trees. 2 dwellings. I'uir West Hiway Trailer.16. Phone Hiway 293-W.ChapeL

press time. Last Friday's events home last year.'McGriff latest design and most up-to-date I aumerous out buildings water I Ztchg 3/4
with elec.
supply plentiful
were postponed until some future improvements with necessary I ,
Write C. Letsch
contest is now over and the winners are listed below. date. equipment for $275,000. This included pumps.R. 2, Box 25000.51, Starke (E'radford Co.) WISH to Starke.TO E-UT with Industrial land close
To HeadLegion's II or without build-
all labor tfchg ings; also Income
equipment foundations
Interest was high and competition was keen in this great contest. Contestants kept dress full details to property.: Ad
switchgear etc. and the units "
Junior 79th Ave. S. Washington"
records and for 30 weeks. E. 28.
on livability production
installed and producing electricity A. J. Thomas. Starke. Fla. _D. C. IQtp 8/4

Security Mills congratulates the winners and thanks all contestants for their in- I,Baseball Program i for the City. The only item that HAS WANTED-COTTOX RAGS-MUST

i would have to be added is a buildIng FOR SALEVery Big CLEAN. Bradford County I
terest. :: G. J. McGriff Jr. was named I Telegraph. ItZ
to house these units which we

If not already received all winners will receive their prizes shortly. I manager of the American Legion L|estimated would cost 15000. : nice n.w three bed room % PAID ON SAVINGS KEYSTONE .
V I Jones-Langford-White Post 56 I [ the home In beautiful SaratogaHrfKhtH STATE BANK KEYSTONE
This would give power plant a addition -
1st Prize winner W Milliard Florida awarded Chevrolet Station Junior Baseball and I to Starke. DriveVe.t hEIGHTS FLA., MEMBER -
was )J. Cuynn a Program j rapacity of 3792 kilowatts or three on Madison .\\.aae to Pre FDIC.
Leonard of Bradford tatt \cenCe and tarn rlgbt.
Wagon. I I2nd' I Register High times the present electrical peak

School agreed to act as coach at I of 1200 kilowatts. Building lots faring IllandlnffIlnuletard 1950 ENGLISH FORD. low mileage.
Prize winner was W. McKee, Chuckey, Tennessee, awarded an International a regular meeting of the Post on i jload In exelnnlic new rmtdeatlal good condition. Priced to cell
I | We also offered to take one or ertlon. See It at Torode's Used Car. Lot.
Harvester Freezer. ,Tuesday night at Legion Hall. tf
,two of your plant personnel to our
Srtrral small farm of 3 to SO
3rd Prize winner was I. Tabak, Brooksvie City, Florida, awarded a Westinghouse W. T. Coram Jr., district com i factory at our expense so they acre with nubujantlnl home and FOR SALE-Unfinished house on

D A_*..A I mander, accepted the job of stag-j would have the opportunity to modern ron\enlfBcr. Priced high dry lot. Sacrifice. Contact
'"'''0''' V from 1,000.00 to .:>oo.oo with R. L. Francis, Kingsley Lake, Fla2tp .
WIN PENBLETOH ing the district tournament which L I witness the most up-to-date advances ntlrartite term. 3/11

4th Prize winner was C. W. Mixson. lak e City, Florida, awarded a Westinghouse will be held again in Starke this I in the die el generating
Three houses la FOR SALE Unlimited
Refrigerator. WAKE UP DEMOCRATS! summer. field and actually increase their supply of
Stark all unbMantlally: built mni Tobacco Plants ready to go now
The Republicans are working on Coach Register will announce I knowledge on how to maintain offered at attrartltr prl..... or later. E. A. Gainey. Brooker
Winners of Chromeeraft Dinette Sets-Eureka Farm St. Florida __ Strhe 3m
Egg Petersburg Florida. And the Democrats know l later all details pertaining to the. your power plant equipmentIt 21 acre farm, 7M feet paved

\v. H. Lee. Bryceville. Florida. it. Recently, a secret meetingwas team. I is our understanding that the blxhnar frontage: iiubatantlal FOR SALE-Two bedroom frame
two bed home with houce just
room modernronienlrorrH outside city limits
Winners of Nesco Electric Roaster Ovens-H. W. Frank Seffner. Florida: R. C. held in the office of Congressmen The Post voted to send letters I City made a down. payment of pecan grove and paved hIghway bath and hot on
Bob Sikes to plan a bit of favoring the Universal Military $17.500 to the City of New Bern other fruit tree*. Priced with water heater. Price 14.500. Small
Coan. Bulls Gap. Tennessee: V. A. Fain Sevierville. Tennessee: A. Mixson Lake I' not complete household furnishings down payment. balance like rent,
strategy but none of those Training bill now before congress,.I and if the City of Starke and garden tractor S9.0OO.OO. Write owner. P. O Box 697,

City. Florida. present will talk about it. which includes in addition to the.,;take these used engines they lose I Starke. 2tp 3/11
For then and other bargain la
Winners of Westinghouse Electric Blankets R. W. Seals, New Market, Tenn., R. G. Foulk Char- It is a sure bet that part of the regular selective service now in i[the down payment. To further our ,: real estate aee.

V lotte N. C., H. E. Coker, Knoxville, Tenn., F. H. Morrell. Bluff City, Tenn., C. Seals, New Market, talk was about the Republicans' effect, the addition of a National i I offer to the City if they should decide LET nvnLr J. D OnOH.Torn JR I

Tenn. fair-haired boy from St. Petersburg Security Training Program. designed 'I to purchase new guaranteed I A. J. THOMAS CATTLE A\n HOOH

Winners of Dormeyer Miiers-W. E. Sundberg Milliard, Flo., E. |I. Longwith, Matthews N. c., : Bill Cramer. Since he arrived to train the two out of. 'equipment from Fairbanks. Morse REALTOR U". Oak- Each SALES YpdnesdaGalaealhIp ,.

|I. W. Proffitt. Bald Creek. N. C., |I. C. Wehunt, Cherryville, N. C.. Mrs. K. Everhart Mohawk, Tenn. in town the Republican Na- every three eligible young men & Co. we will assume their responsibility 325 Temple Ate. T..pbo..3.13 I Each Friday:

I tional Committee who not now receiving train,'I to the City of New : Starke, Florida tf I
Winners of West Bend Deep Fryer Servers-M. H. Wyott, New Tozewell, Tenn.. R. M. Bell, and the Republican are still
Kimberlin Heights, Tenn.. M. |I. Barthle, Dade City Fla., H. E. Parmentcr Jacksonville, Flo., G. H. leadership in the House have i ing. The NST act would give!Bern standing the $17,500 and 1 -

Limbrecht, San Antonio, Fla., P. Randies Boyds Creek, Tenn., Mrs. |I. G. Grant, Chester S. C., D. A. I bent over backward to help him j I t these men 4-month period of i I install two new units for $275.000.i iI RADIOS REPAIREDAll I.ABCE HOME CHEAP FOR SALE

Yount, Vole N. C L L. Samples, lohnson City, Tenn., E. S. Cherry, Stanley, N. C., F. Montgomery, (develop favorab'e publicity. His training. I I With the possibility: of natural I I II Make. All Model

Sevierville, Tenn.1 |I. S. Howell. Sweetwater. Tenn.. E. Keebler lonesboro Tenn.. Mrs. |I. Patterson, I ;' I Eras, becoming available for fuel tieanunable charges fcaaraateedCHAS. NICE SEVEN ROOM HOUSE OV I
Concord N. C.. F. Wipfler, San Antonio. Fla.. Mrs. |I. Sweat, Wort burg. Tenn.. Mr. & Mrs. G. V.'. j picture gets in the Washington 'I YOU'LL LOVE the new" Ester- in the near future, we offer equipment C. 6HKPHERDMU LOT NEARLY ACRE OV CHER"RY -
Anderson, Concord Tenn., L Ellison. LaFollette, Tenn., W. C. Cooper Powell Tenn., E. C. & M. I i papers he is seen in the right in W. Call St. Marke Ph. 23 STREET IN lIP.\RT OF
brook purse-size fountain pens that can operate on natural iII j TOWN OF STARKE. FOR SALE
places he is
Krause. Bushnell on radio; and television I CHEAP BY
pastel shades. Only $2.58 at Bradford I !ras with only minor alterations to OWNER APPLY AT

Winners of Flavo-Motic Automatic Percoljtors! -Mrs. W. M. Nee Morristown, Tenn., D. C. Tiptcn, programs, and is given the top i County Telegraph. II the engines. We have equipment. Electric MotorsREWOUNDC.AND NORTH OUMBER-S OF RTARKE.GULF HIGHWAY STATION

Sr., Maryville. Tenn.. B. M. Landrum Brooksville, Fla., L O. Love, Oak Ridge, Tenn., H. L. Rich, spots at minor functions around > 301. JAX HIGHWAY.
I offered in service tfchg
Newport Tenn., L. Huntley Charlotte N. C., B. Booth 'jonesboro, Tenn. D. Parrott, Oxford Fla., town. Latest honor to go to him i about what went on behind the: i of the type i iI

H. Hughes, Bluff City, Tenn., H. M. Beard, 'Jr., 1 lonesboro, Tenn., W. H. Moody, Lake City, Fla., 13 the assignment to read iJ j certain; I operating on natural gas for over I
F. Davenport Culberson N. C., |I. E. Jackson, York, S. C., Mrs. C. Lonqwith, Waxhaw N. C., E. L GeorgeWashington's closed door, it is fairly I three years and have found this SERVICED FOR ed RENT-Two bedroom furnish

Cherry. Stanley, N. C.. K. Spahr, Benhams, Va., H. Stout. Johnson City, Tenn., K. Booth, 'Jones- J farewell address inj J that they didn't talk just about I cuts operating costs of power Radio apartment.and TV Shop.Apply Shepherds

bore, Tenn., M. Shorp Cumberland Gap, Tenn., M rs. A. L. Blankenship. Monet, Tenn. the House on the 22nd. This is a :,Florida fishing and Florida weath- :I;I better than 50 cent. Small Appliance Repair tfchg

Winners el West Bend Electric Serv-ltj-Armentrout & Slonaker. lonesboro, Tenn., |I. R. Palko, tradition that rotates from party ]iI er. plants per FOR RENT-Unfurnished 2 bed-
Harriman Tenn., P. Wilcox, lonesboro, Tenn.. L. M. Cannon, Little Mtn., S. C., C. E. Slonaker, to party each year. This it: !! I We feel: that we have a veryattracth'e General MachineVork room apartment. Also furnishedone
'Jonesboro, Tenn., D. Myers, Moynordville Tenn., |I. F. Chadwell, Concord, Tenn., S. |I. Nixon, I,is the ;year, A LOOK-SEE If you want to : proposition for the City j jof I bedroom apartment. Close In

Stanley, N. C., E. Idol. Washburn, Tenn., Mrs. W. A. Nine, Knoxville Tenn., Mrs. |J. B. Haddock, Republicans' turn. And Bill I I;sell somebody something, show it Starke and can give you the very jjrest j S desirable location. 201 W. Madi

H.lliard. Fla., H. M. Roland, Lexinoton S. C., R. V. Cox, Lake City, Fla., G. F. Hunt, Zephyrhills, I Cramer got the job. !|to them. And Senator Holland is I < that can be purchased and All Work Guaranteed son. tfcneCARPENTER

Fla., B. Kakaley Brooksville Flo, D. Strange, Newport, Tenn., Mrs. A. D. Sharp Speedwell, Tenn., j The big question isn't how to'' that. The entire sub-I!
P. S. M. Hammer. Dondridge. Tenn. F. H. Brown. 'Johnson Fla., V. McKee Johnson City, Tenn. unseat Bill Cramer next time i"!.doing just ;give, you the type of service necessary Reasonable Rates wiring. WORK-Block work,
'committee of Public Works of the t I: for the economical operationof plumbing, roofing siding,

Winners of Delta Power-Lite Lontemi-H. A. Smith. New Smyrna Beach, Fla., Mrs. L. Story, Sum. 'I (although ;you can be sure plans 'I Senate Appropriations Committeehas ] your plant. S Write rprontlng C. A.and Sorrell cement!, c/o ETadford work.

rnerville, Co, Mrs. F. Ray Newport Tenn., H. R. Heeb, Jacksonville. Fla., L. Smelcer, Dondridge, are afoot to do it), but how toi: ( been invited to visit Florida : We would welcome the RED SEAL County Telegraph 4t 3/25chg
Tenn., Mrs. G. R. Smith, Liberty S. C., Mrs. G. W. Atkinson, Lowrys, S. C. H. W. Seahorn. New jkeep the Republican Influence from' oppor-
Flood L
Market Tenn., B. F. Snow, Oakdale. Tenn., C. Ellison Dandridge, Tenn., D. C. Felmet, Marshall, to and look over the proposed tunity to discuss this further with
N. C.. A. H. Helms! Charlotte, N. C., F. M. Hawkins, Midway Tenn., R. E. Huffman.Eoine! Tenn., spreading other districts. Chief(Control plan. Those who have I.:any of you who have any interestin ELECTRIC & MACHINE FOR SALE

C. Carpenter. Ooltewoh. Tenn.. R. Major. Corrvton, Tenn.. H. Stephens, Sweetwater, Tenn., H. worries being Congressman Jim !accepted include Senators Allen 3.',' this matter. I SHOP

Campbell. New Taiewell Tenn.. R. L. Sechorn. White Pine. Tenn., Mrs. |I. Tolliver Speedwell, Tenn., Haley's 7th district and Paul|lEllender, Louisana, A. Willis; We certainly feel that new SLAG ROCK

Mrs. W. Word, Sevierville. Tenn., W. E. Davis Whitwell.! Tenn., Mrs. )J. E. Gregg & |I. H. Thompson, Roger's 8th. Both are full of Re Robertson. Virginia, and Milton R. 'V. carries I
Jonesboro Tenn., G. C. Norton, Concord, Tenn., Mrs. |I. R. Bridges, Heiskell, Tenn. publicans. equipment a guarantee F.V.. CKAUDOX Excellent for
.Young, North Dakota. (Now thatja L i; for the protection of the City Drivewaysand

At the conclave In Sikes office j blizzard has hit Washington,I''I and offers the most modem improvements Owner, Manager Parkways

\. SECURITY I MILLS OF JACKSONVILLE, INC. were the Democratic members of|!others no doubt will come along). should be considered.We 106 Washington St-Phone 397 (

the Delegation and Chairman of The group will be met in Tampaby wish the City of Starke the Starke, Fla. $3.00 Per Yard

1700 W. Church St., Jacksonville: Fla. \ the Democratic National Commit. Senators Holland and South- very best of luck throughout all ; SALESMAN In5YardLotsCallBILLY r
tee, Paul Butler This la the first ers. They will be given a look at I their expansion program and hopeto work in Starke and vicinity. Mustbe

time that a Democratic Chairman the port of Tampa and hear again see the very evident progress married over thirty, permanent

# nnnnnnnnnnnnnn-t I ever has met with the Delegation the arguments for digging a bet continue. car resident and be of bondable.Starke. Have Contact own JACKSON I

I in such a meeting. And although ter channel Afterwards, they will Sincerely, I I I Singer Sewing Machine Company, Phone 165 .
: .41)! N. Marion Lake City. Fla.
no one who was there will talk tour the Lake Okeechobee area. Fairbanks, Morse & Co j tchg 3/11

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Second Section Bradford County l'elegraphf

f ;:: -. tWIUU.l'JUU..-\>', MAKCI1 11, 1955

At Heights Is Bradford In Difficult Spot?
New Catholic Chapel Dedicated Keystone

crt Home Demonstration Notesby Lawtey Farmers AdvisedTo '

) S DOROTHY ROSS Cultivate Local MarketsA

Home Demonstration Agent I

I possible source for virus-free prevent the spread of disease. He mentioned onions, romaine and

Attractive Foods been found in health examinationsby Missionary strawberry plants was I Over 50 per cent of the troubles escarolle as crops which might be

Fruits Are Club girls! a doctor. Some of the early disclosed by Dr. F. S. Jamison, berry growers are having with increasingly important. He spokeOf
I the
So think learn- 'signs of cancer, tuberculosis, dia- vegetable crop specialist with the' pameras and red spider can be green beans, and said that the
This month they have been halves betes, anemia and other illness cane University Extension Service, at a controlled, Jamison declared,by the Wade bean was a'f't) good one
ing to sectionize grapefruit > easily detected during periodical meeting of farmers held at theLawtey use of overhead irrigation.He ;but that seedsmen are selling most
to prepare orange and grapefruit health examinations.Too school house recently. urged growers to get up to 'of the supply up in the Carolinas
sections, Orange Cartwheels, much importance can not be Lb ilk I I W. F. Allen Salisbury Md., was date on the latest insecticides, Troy Bennett asked what caused

Orange Bites. laid on the value of having your (named as the grower of the plants, specifically mentioning! the use of 'rot on the end of. pepper, and Dr
For orange and grapefruit sections in- (Iwhich are supposed to produce just Parathion as an insecticide for Jamison replied that the author
wash fruit Cut off peel at health examinations at regular lUke the "old time" plants did, al- berries, although cautioning that I ties do not know the answer but
till is
tervals. there
top and bottom. Set the fruit Waiting pain E |though the cost and number for Immediately after applying it the ,said the trouble might be the pH.
and cutoff before seeing a doctor is like taking berries must be washed. On this
down on a cutting board I sale was not known. and suggested that in pepper fertilizer
peel in strips from top to out insurance after you've been Before Dr. Jamison spoke, subject, he stressed the fact that I I at least two units of nitrate
bottom. Cut down along the mem-I robbed. By all means see a doctor x (another member of the Extension the newer insecticides, while better I nitrogen be used, in preference to

brane separating the sections.] when you have symptoms but see (Service Dr. James Montelaro, than the old ones, do require that I ammqniacal nitrogen.

Gently bring the knife back out, him at regular intervals when you k A (showed colored slides of various complete coverage of the plants be I He suggested that blossomendrot
the other: are seemingly well, too. and and obtained. on small tomatoes be
along the membrane of (crops planting practices, may con-
side of the section. Eat plain or' Periodic health examinations are : answered questions, in the meeting I Speaking of root knot, he declared trolled by turning under a cover

serve in salads, fruit cups or deserts especially important for Infants, which was called by George Hug- that plowing up infected crop, and preventing the field from

((8.3 ambrosia). young children and for persons over r' ... j.,. 'gins, county agent. crops to expose the roots to the becoming too wet.
sun was a good practice, as was Claude Rowe asked if Dixie 18
To prepare orange cartwheels 35 years of age. The following pro- ; Montelaro gave a report on the
Slice gram of periodical examinations is ,3.4__ r F.a [attempts made in the last two use of "trap crops" which could field corn should be saved for seed
wash and prepare orange. .
crosswise, making circles. Remove suggested for normal persons of :. years to discover what was causing be handled in the same way. He and Jamison explained that the

seeds Use slices to eat plain, in different ages: first six months, poor production by berry plants, suggested soil fumigation as a parents of the hybrid seed are both
the biweekely; second six months, CATHOLIC DIGNITARIES photographed during dedication ceremonies R11 and said although the investigatorsfound method of combating root-knot and poor producers, and that although
a salad or as a garnish on monthly one to two include Bishop Thos. J. McDonough of Jacksonville Beach (second r that some soils were too said that details on how to do this they combine to form Dixie 18, the
; years quar-
meat plate.To could be obtained from
from left) Archbishop Win. B. O'Brien (center) and Archbishop tM Huggins. seed from that may be a throwbackto
make orange bites wash but terly; two to five years, every six ; t'J! } pre-valent Placement of fertilizer is im- of the
Slice cross- months; five to fifteen years, every Jos. P. Hurley, St. Augustine (second from right). Father Jordan, v 'I any parents used in the
do not peel oranges. clusive. He said the madeof portant, Jamison said, suggesting
wise In circles. Cut circles in little two to three years; fifteen to thirty present pastor of St. Edward's in Starke is third from left, while + m I' effects of various fertilizations.study that it be placed in a band two cross.When asked what he thought
five every year or two; thirty Father Turnier former St. Edward's is at far r.,
bite-size wedges or just fourths. pastor, right. ,> inches below and two inches to the :
without results. ,
oJ ,also was positive about _sawdust_ ____ All a_ mulch. HF.
with the five to sixty, every six to twelve Side Of the By this method n
and eat ,
Serve on a plate asked
Dr. Jamison if the
months: above sixty St. William's Chapel at Key- of this month, will seat 300$ per- was he said ,Jamison replied that he thinks it
fingers. This is a good fruit snackto years every I. !. trouble berry growers are having green beans, or any other has been under rated, and that he
six months. stone Heights was dedicated Wed- sons. It has space also for an ,
be fertilized and
between meals and an crop may planted
easy around here, in plants "giving out"Iwas was impressed by what he saw
way to eat oranges. See your doctor soon so he can nesday morning, Feb. 16, with impressive assembly room, separated from the I : I peculiar to this region and he at one time. done in this County last season.

When Was The Last Time help you to take your inventory ceremonies highlighted by main part of the church by folding I replied that they are having the "Damp off" he said is caused I Jamison expressed the view that

Your Inventory Was Taken the talks of Archbishop: Joseph P. doors. i",1l if Ii same trouble in Plant City area, principally by fertilizer burn or by Florida growers are using a need-

How good a business person are Meat SlaughteredIn Hurley of St. Augustine and Arch- Archbishop Hurley presided during :and also all over the country. He planting too soon after a cover cropor lessly high and expensive natural

you? Do you take a potential Inventory bishop William B. O'Brien, Aux- the blessing of St. William's. :said as a result, the 12,000 acres trash has been turned under. organic fertilizer, and that a 15 to
to determine what you Florida Gains iliary Bishop of Chicago and presi- Bishop Thomas J. McDonough, 4 formerly planted in berries in Flo- He told of an experiment in whicha 20 per cent will give good results.In .

have on hand, how you best save 16 Per Cent In 54 dent of the Catholic Extension Auxiliary Bishop of St. Augustinealso rida was now 4,000, but went on handful of green Crotalaria was cold weather he said that the
andor! use it? Society. attended. to tell that California. Michigan put into a pot with soil and a few grower does not get much benefit

We're not talking here of a store, Red meat animals slaughteredat Mass was celebrated in the During the dedication, the and Tennessee are producing big I beans planted. The beans failed from organic fertilizer and recommended -
I 1 dr! yields and now selling to the to come up; the following week, I' chemical or a low
or of your linens, or your kitchen Florida meat packing and pro- church after Archibishop O'Brien chanters of the Litany of Saints t organic
L. (former Florida customers. beans again were planted, and instead.
cupboard! We're talking about cessing plants came to a total of: had blessed it. Celebrant was Mon- were Father Joseph: O'Shea, acting I
Jamison touched on the com- again they failed to germinate: a Speaking of irrigation he said
you your health. 986,900 last year. signor Patrick Nolan, V.F., pastorof superintendent of schools, and
petition between the frozen and month later it was tried, and the that it does not pay off well for
Just as a business man must The total live weight represented St. Paul's parish in Jackson- Father John P. Burns, of the fresh vegetable businesses, and beans sprouted fine showingthat winter crops, but that it has resulted -

take a periodical inventory of his I by this number of cattle, calves, ville.The Chancery in St. Augustine. said that in his opinion there would the green matter had decom- in big increases in spring
stock in order to get the most hogs and sheep was 407,977,000 Extension Society contributed The Boys Choir of Bishop Kenny +q always be a good market for fresh posed and did not cause "damp crops, and that it is invaluable so

out of his business, so we must 'pounds, more by 16 per cent than to the construction of St. William's -I High School sang during the produce.. He said that right after I nff" far as insect control on berries.
'have a periodical health examina- : 1953. The national increase -- I Jamison stated that soil Jamison the of
in was a mission of St. Edward's the first World War there was good suggested use
tion to help us get the most out three per cent. parish in Starke. blessing of the new m'ssion chapel. talk that the canning industry practices are just as good as any Parathion for the control of aphidson

of our business of life. The Florida slaughterings were The Altar Society of St. Ed-i' would put the fresh produce Industry insecticide available, and that allowing cabbage, but urged strict care
won't prevent old age but they made up of 372,000 cattle weighing The new chapel is of massonry ward's Church in Starke served I] Archbishop O'Brien blesses the' out of business, but that it plenty of time for cover I in its use because of the danger in
will help you to live longer, be 275,188,000 calves construction with lime rock block t new chapel by sprinkling holy |just did not happen. Now he said crops or trash to decompose fully handling. He suggested that grow-
pounds; 123,700 used for the exterior. The luncheon in the hall after the dedi-water around it before enteringfor is I
sturdier, healthier, more comfort- chapel, the frozen is an important one. ers investigate the uses for Mala-
pack industry sup-
able, and happy. By .visiting your weighing 33,390,000 pounds; 491OPO ,- which will be completed by the end cation for out of town guests. I the dedication ceremonies. posed to ruin the fresh fruit and He urged all growers in the I thion.

doctor at regular intervals he can hogs and pigs at 99,382,000 !vegetable business, but he doesn't County to pay particular attentionto I When asked if anything better

discover early stages of disease and pounds and 200 sheep and lambs Corn Growers May Step Up Their Profits could expect approximately; 5 think it will happen if growers will the pH condition of the soil. has been found for control of the
malfunction by comparing the find- weighing 17,000 pounds. produce the best varieties and put If the soil is too acid, fertilizer and corn ear worm than 5 per cent
ings of one examination with Last year, slaughter of cattle I By Planting Adapted Hybrids, Agent Says"You bushels increase from planting(lout good quality. He told of the 'other nutrients leach out rapidly, DDT, Jamison said "no", and wenton

another.It was up 25 per cent in weight veal adapted, certified hybrid corn. instance of frozen green peas, whereas if the soil pH is too high, to explain that to get controlof

has been found that most of was more by 26.per cent and hog can make larger profits the.1 If corn sells for $1.50> per bushel, "which made such a hit when first fertilizer is in a state where it is the ear worm a grower must
from your corn this year by plant- corn. Research workers in locked in solution and cannot be have the necessary equipment, and
slaughterings introduced, but now some con-
defects dropped eight per for each bushel of corn
the of growth or lungs, cent. ing adapted hybrids," declares South indicate from 14 to 37 per,,, crib-selected 'sumers are turning away from used by the plant. that when infestation gets bad
heart eyes, and teeth of children Slaughterings by commercial County Agent G. T. Huggins. cent loss in yield from planting I I planted, you would lose $60. them. Speaking of trace elements, there is nothing at all that can be
establishments are covered in
when first to school had
they come
"Such hybrids will produce more Jamison said that growers should
Jamison in of the
their beginning between the ages these tabulations as farm slaught- corn per acre economically than ,seed selected from hybrid corn Florida-90 berry, told of receiving check the pH before using them, dcne.When asked if this area was in

of 2-5. These defects could have erings are excluded. open-pollinated varieties or hybridsnot I planted the year before depending Fish Catches Man! letters from people all over the as very often the trouble can be ,a bad spot geographically too

adapted to this area." on the location and the hybrid. country, who tasted the "90" whilein found there, and not in the lack of far north for the high priced winter
"If you have been planting such You can expect even larger lossesif It happened last weekend when Florida, and now want to try to any trace mineral. He said that specialities, and too far south to

open-pollinated varieties or seed you planted an openpollinatedvariety. I Charles Darby, circuit court clerk, raise them. with the exception of boron with,come in early with other crops --
FLORIDA HOUSEWIVES FIND selected from hybrid corn plantedlast was fishing at Smith Lake with Virus-free plants must be grown celery, he knows of no crop grownin !''Jamison replied that Bradford

ELECTRIC ,year, you have been robbing This means, Huggins says, that George Flynn and Vernon Silcox. some distance from infected plants, Florida which specifically needs I. County is in a difficult spot in
COOKING IS yourself," the County agent con- $1.50 saved on seed costs for one fish when Jamison said, as it takes only 30 extra: minerals. that connection and he recom-
hooked the and
tinued." Even if you have not acre would decrease your corn Darby I seconds for an aphid to Infect a In speaking of crops, Dr. Jami- mended that more attention be
trying to dislodge the hook, got it told how which given to the possibilities of
practiced such planting in the yields approximately 25 per cent. i, plant with virus. He suggestedthat son some crops selling
past, conditions this season may For example, if crib selected corn stuck in his hand. The party got keeping a patch free of grass formery were grown in abundance, Ito the increasing Important local

cause you to consider going to yields 20 bushels per acre, you 21 nice black bass. and weeds was a good way to have all but been abandoned now. markets.

your crib to get your seed corn I
t'lis spring. The southwide droughtof .
last year no doubt cut your

purchasing power, and you may be
tempted to.save some money this

year on seed corn. But don't try look high

j sl this method Huggins.of saving money," advises -

Here are some figures to help ,
you decide if hybrids seed is really

too expensive for you. Hybrid

seed purchased at your seed

les dealer's will cost from $11 to $13 and low.e a ere.

\; per bushel. A bushel of seed x d
usually plants about 8 to 10 acres.
[This means a cost of about $1.50 ., :dA

per acre for the best hybrid you

can buy.

You may say that you could
4 save this $1.50 by planting seed

S you already have on hand. But

Assistant Agronomist Aubrey
Mixon of the Extension Service
oti er .
points out that you would really

be losing money instead.

This seed from your crib would eS s than many < -

probably be poorly graded and of ponUac
poor quality. It has not been d cars
dried and treated for controlling I to wes t p R

insects and diseases. For these m o ilOf ode "' -. : ;
reasons, your stands would prob- -
ably be poorer if you used it.! tr 1ped ec r y ,.w r ...-,

With a reduced stand, your fer- aye .
tilizer will not be used very effi- Il'ced 43
UCLEAN ciently. he r p ,. .T > j

But County Agent Huggins de- ,.
clares that the main loss to the I

grower from using cribselectedcorn
comes from the fact this com I sac gives 10\1
: Witt an electric range in your kitchen, does not have the yieldpotentialof Oy the'
adapted, certified \\lS The Pontiac dash and drive of the
your cooking can be spotless,smudgeless! hybrid seed 2 car site p most enthusiastic compelling
and as dean as a pair of white gloves. el t1D "J V.S\ owners are those who have taken Strato-Streak V-8 produce the

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= FRIDAY. MARCH 11. 19A.1'

:E1a How To Replace minor child plaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney I for before the weeks In
has been filed against you In the Green & Green Starke, Floridaand 23 day of March, 1955; graph. the Bradford County Tele- i'\\
..2 Lost S. S. CardIs Tempting Treat or Company Dessert above named Court and cause and file the original in the office of otherwise the allegations of said Dated this 2) day of February,
you ate required to serve a copy of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or Complaint will be taken as confessed 1955.
your answer or pleading to the before the by you.
ExplainedLost complaint on the Plaintiff 23 day of March 1955; This notice shall be publishedeach (OFFICIAL Clerk SEAL of )the Charles Circuit A. Darter
Attorney T. Frank Landrum, otherwise the allegations of said Court.
r week for four consecutive By Marian 1.. Crosby. Deputy
rx Starke, Florida Complaint will be taken confessed
al as week in the BRADFORD
L y wSAP' your social security card? f ..r, w and file the original in the office by you. TELEGRAPILDated COUNTY !, -i 4t 3, t5Florida
Well you're not by yourself. Forty- k of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on This notice shall be publishedonce this 23 day of February Statutes
lsr c a 4 or before the 4th day of April each week for four consecutive 1955.
In The
Court Of The ,
five persons applied to the Gaines- 1955; otherwise the allegations of weeks in the Bradford County Tele- (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby Bradford County, Florida County, Judge
ville Field Office just last week 41'M.M. / \oc said Complaint will be taken as graph. Clerk of the Circuit Court. In Probate.
SUPERIOR SUES } confessed by you. Dated this 24 day of February, By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
for duplicate cards showing their ttqr e This notice shall be publishedonce 1955. 2/25 4t 3/15 In re: Estate of James Ewreu
account numbers.If S ALt each week for four consecutive OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby I Loadholtz, Sr., Deceased.
BI6 JJEW weeks In the Bradford County Telegraph Clerk of the Circuit Court NOTICE TO APPE.IRCircuit To11 Creditor and Penon Htt-
you've lost your card, too, the By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk In Court Bradford Countyi I lug Claim or DtmaudgaD Said
quickest way to obtain a duplicate Dated this 2 day of March, 1955. 2/25 4t 3/18 Florida In Chancery Entatei
CbNrtSTWin ,4r OFFICIAL SEAL Charles A. Darby Faye Webb Plaintiff, vs. James E. You and each of you are hereby
Is to contact the Social Security Clerk of the Circuit Court NOTICE TO APPEAR Webb, Defendant. notified and required to present any
field office nearest your present xttt By Marian I* Crosby Deputy Clerk la The Circuit' Court of Bradford Case No. 10-SS4 claims and demands which you, or I
alt 4t 3/25 Notice Topp..ar either of you may have against the
County Florida la
address. For living In e, > Chancery
persons estate of James Everett
To: James E. Webb, whose resi- I
a Fine Bradford County, this would be NOTICE TO APPEAR Shirley Carter Plaintiff, vs. Marvel dence and address Is: 411 West 2nd Sr., deceased, late of said County,
Carter Defendant. Case No. 108711XetlC'C'
IB Circuit Court. Bradford County I Street Peru. Indiana. to the County Judge of Bradford
Gainesville. "Florida !. Ctaarerr.' i To AppearsTo You are hereby notified that a County, Florida at his office in the
Many persons think they must Marvin Thomas Shaw, Plaintiff, vs. : Marvel Carter, whose resi- suit for divorce custody and court house of said County at
Emmie Shaw, Defendant.Case. dence and address Is: Unknown.You control of minor Starke. Florida within eight calen-
BEAGLEPUPPY apply to the field office from which Delectable fudge squares-quick, easy, and so cjpodl No. 10-398 are hereby notified that a suit has been filed against you in the dar months from the time of the
their original card was issued, but Notice' T. Appear.' for Divorce above named Court and cause and first publication of this notice. Each
such is not the AU These Southern Fudge Squares will win applause from youngsters the To: Emmie Shaw whose residenceand has been filed against you In the you are required to serve a copy of claim or demand shall be in writing -
case. applications i men folk and fussy aunts alike. Made thick or thin they're equally delicious address is: Unknown. above named Court and cause and your answer or pleading to the complaint and shall tate the place of
for account number cards I II -vary the topping to suit your fancy I Your are hereby' notified that a you are required to serve a copy of on the Plaintiffs Attorney residence and post office address of
are checked in the Administra suit for divorcehas your answer or pleading to the com- T. Frank Landrum. Starke Fla. the claimant, and shall be sworn to
I SOUTHERN FUDGE SQUARES been filed against you In the plaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney and file the original In the officeof by the claimant his agent, or attorney
tion's Central Accounting Office In above named Court and cause and T. Frank Landrum. Starke Fla. the Clerk of the Circuit Courton and any such claim or demand -
Baltimore, Md., and each field of- / cup thortvningV 1 squall untwtetoned chocolate, m lHd you are required to serve a copy of and file the original in the officeof or before the I not so filed shall be void.S .
cup tugor 1 cup suited oH-pwpot* Rows your answer or pleading to the complaInt the Clerk of the Circuit Court on 23! day of March 1955; ( ) Mamie Rudd Loadholti Helm
fice sends In the applications that / cup KARO Syrup, Blue label V4 leaipoon tall on the Plaintiffs Attorney or before the I otherwise the allegations of said I As administrator of the Estate
it[ receives to this office for check- 1 .gg, beaten 1 T. Frank Landrum Starke. Florida 21 day of March. 1955; Complaint will be taken as confessed of James Everett Loadboltz, Sr,
teaspoon baking soda and file the original in the office otherwise the allegations of said by you. deceased.
ing. teaspoon vanilla V cup sour milk of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on Complaint will be taken as confessed This notice shall be publishedonce I First publication Feb. IS.! 1955.
before by you. each week for four consecutive i, IS 4t
or the 4th Ml
day of ,
Any person who has lost his Cream shortening, gradually add sugar and beat until light and fluffy. 1955; otherwise the allegations April of This notice shall be publishedonce
social security card should apply Add KARO, beat well. Add egg, vanilla and melted chocolate. Add sifted said Complaint will be taken as I I each week for four consecutiveweeks ..
dry ingredients alternately with sour milk, stirring just until smooth after confessed by you.This in the Bradford County Telegraph -
Immediately for and .
a duplicate, each addition. Pour into notice tall be
well-greased oblong pan (12 :z: 7 :x: 2 inches) or 2 once Dated this
every porson should have a card to S-irch square pans. Bake in moderate oven (375 F.) about 25 minutes. each week for four consecutive I 1955. 16 day of February, MOVING
show his employer when first reporting When cool, spread with your favorite chocolate butter-cream or fudge weeks. In the Bradford County Telegraph OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darb)

fOr work.Applications frosting and cut into 2-inch squares. Makes about 18 squares. Dated this 2 day of March, 1955. I Clerk of the Circuit Court.
I By Marian U Crosby, Deputy clerk
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby -
for original or duplicate Hole:For thick cake-like squares,bake in 8-inch square cake pan in moderateoven Clerk of the Circuit Court I 2/18 4t 3/11 -
Social Security cards can (350 F.) about 45 minutes. Py Marian L Crosby, Deputy Clerk Safe PHONE

be obtained at the post office or 34t 3/25 In Circuit NOTICE TO APPEAR OR Dependable
by requesting them from the comes in contact with your skin. i Dated this 2 day of March 1955. Florida In Court Chancery.Bradford County LONGDISTANCE Economical 311
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby Mvncn TO APPEAR Norma
Gainesville field Good results also can be obtained Sadler Plaintiff, vs. Martin
office. Clerk of the Circuit Court la Circuit (Court Bradford County, Sadler, Defendant..
with either 3 per cent fixed nico- By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk Florida In Chancery Case No. lO-SS31 e R. B. Alvarez OR
tine dust or 40 per cent nicotine 3/4 4t 3/25 f Puford L. Turlington Plaintiff, vs. Notice' To AppearsTo
Four More Drivers Joyce Turlington Defendant.Case : Martin Sadler, whose Agents For TRANSFER ANDSTORA'GE
sulphate.Fall NOTICE TO APPK\n No. 10-885 dence and address is: 3505 \ 250-J
Lose LicensesFour fn Circuit Court Bradford County, Notice' To AppearTo ington Blvd.. Haelthorpe, :Marv rel'l-1 Dtlcher Bros. co.
army worms are a serious Florida In Chancery.
I : Joyce Turlington, whose resIdence You are hereby notified a
I pest of grass. They also attack Doris Cluck, Plaintiff, vs. Everett and address Is: 4716 West suit for Divorce
20 Bradford County drivers Cluck, Defendant. Case No. 10-897 Gregory Street. Pensacola, Florida has been filed against you in the i
corn, beans, peppers, potatoes and Notice To AppeariTo You are hereby notified that a above named Court and cause and
have recently had their licenses re- other plants. A 5 per cent chlor- : Everett Cluck, whose resI- suit for Divorce, custody of minor you are required to serve a copy of STORAGEPenyman
voked dence and address is: Truckee, Cal- child, and restoration of child's name your answer or pleading to the
PRIZE PUPPIES according to an announce- dane dust also seems effective but ifornia, care General Delivery. has been filed against you in the complaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney
ment by the Driver's License Di- is not as effective as cultivation. I You are hereby notified mat a above named Court and cause and I T. Frank Landrum, Starke. F'a. Bid S. Court St. Starke Florida
suit for you are required to serve a copy of and file the original in the office
GIVEN vision of the Department of Pub- Ants are another of the home I Divorce, custody and control of I ycur anwer or pleading to the com-I of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on L.. __ -'_ __ ,

1 lie Safety. They were James.gardener's problems. They are I ___u I

Here Is How to Win Henry Loe, and Floyd A. Martin,I best controlled by destroying their I -
both of Starke and Willie Cain
; nests. This can be done by makinga

jit's" easyl So boys and girls, enter and John Gerow Sapp, both of liberal application of 5 per cent i iI

(superior Sue' big news contest at Lawtey. chlordane dust to the ant hill. For I I I
\ During 1954 the department had good control it will be necessary to
.once. Win one of the 20 fins pedi-
15,812 auctions against Florida treat all the nests in the area.

!greed Beagle puppies given as drivers, an Increase of 3,340_ over In general, it is wise to remem-

f prizes. Each Beagle puppy Is pedigreed the 1953 total. These included ber that insecticides should be applied New day New Dodge New driving discovery !

f r at least 3 months old, In 11,501 licenses revoked; 2,805 when the insects first appearin

i fine condition and will have American licenses suspended; and 1,506 dangerous numbers. Do not wait

: Kennel Club registration papers. licenses cancelled.It ntil considerable damage has been! AX
was the biggest business yearin done. Keep in mind that all in-

'All you have to do Is go to the the division's history. secticides are poisions and should Take command I

nearest store selling Superior Ice be handled as-such. Do not apply
I ee
Cream. Get a free Superior Ice PROPER INSECTICIDES insecticides to vegetabres to be
WILL HELP CONTROL harvested within a few days.
Cream contest blank. Then read ,
INSECTS GARDENS_ Thoroughly wash all vegetables to -
(:the very easy contest rules and sendIn which insecticides have been applied I

your entry. Hurry-the contest Florida gardeners must be con- before using the vegetables ,

Closes April 15th. There is nothingto stantly on guard against destruc- for food. the thrill first hand I

buy are-needed.no box tops no wrappers best tive insects yields of if good they crops are to of harvest either I get :

I vegetables or flowers. Dr. L. C. I
Kuitert, associate entomologistwith Circuit Court Bradford County
BOYS-GIRLS with University of Florida Florida la Chancery.
Callie demons. Plaintiff Bill
HURRY Agricultural Experiment Station, ClemOns, Defendant. ( 1
offers the following suggestions on Case No. 10-899

Contest ends April 15th insect control in the garden. Nodes To: Bill To demon Appear, whose residenceand I I I I I HI I
Cutworms are the Immature address Is: Unknown.You ; I I I ,3., /
are hereby notified that a ..
Get Contest BlankAt stage of certain moths. They are suit for I I x' I I %
usually most troublesome In areas Divorce I I 1 I I II
Superior Ice Cream
where there has been considerable has been filed against you In the
above named Court and cause ana
Dealers Today grass. They can be readily con- you are required to serve a copy of
trolled with either 5'per cent DDTor your answer or pleading to the complaint
on the Plaintiffs AttorneyT.
5 per cent chlordane dust. Frank Landwim, Starke, Fla. I
Chlordane baits also are effective. and file the original In the office of I I "w I / i
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on I I I I '
Grasshoppers sometimes becomea or before the 4th day of April. I ( ( I '

L r YICE serious problem in late summeror 1955 said;Complaint otherwise will the be allegations taken as confessed of I You'll feel like a king!Your friendly ( You'll see what it's like to rule the I The future is at your fingertips as I There's"more go per gafon"inthisSurprises I coma thick and last I ,

early fall. Usually when the by rou. Dodge dealer wants you to discover I road in flashing style. Every flairI I you slip the PowerFlite Range I 193hp. aircraft-type engine. I You discover smoother, safer left- I'i

native vegetation becomes dry and once This each notice week shall for four be consecutive published the new Dodge for yourself! ( fashioned inch says "Let's go!" I Selector into "Drive" position. I Winner: Pan American Road Race. I or-right foot Power Braking.
unattractive they migrate to more weeks In the Bradford County Tele- .
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tender early fall crops. A 5 per graph. rI
dust excellent I I I' I II I
S.Il/ eIUfYV cent'0'chlordane gives.L__ I...............................................C.V-oo-...... I '
results in controlling mem. I I I \
CREAMIs Mole-crickets are well known to -
most gardeners. They live In the 1 \ I :

ground during the daytime and

Good Food forEverybody come out at night to feed. A 1 or r1'\1 r :

1 1-2 per cent chlordane bait DW .

sprinkled over the areas in which .. I
the runways may be seen is effective -- : I
The word for fine Ice ----- .
in controlling them. A 5 I \

Cream is Superior. Buy per cent chlordane dust Is also .. I I I I ,

some of this good, wholesome effective. I You'd new believe a car so big I You hate a "New Outlook" OR the I You feel so proud!This new flair- I You've found the 'Big One!" A I Pnstl[ Do.'t tell anybody! This \

delicious Superior Aphids or plant lice are also well could handle so easily. Full-time I world. Sweep-around windshield I fashioned Dodge is stealing the I new Dodge is up to Inches longer I big new Dodge costs j just a little I 1

food at your dealer's to- known pests. Parathion Is the best Power Steering is the ans..ell I I encircles you in a glass cockpit! I "Oh's"tromAmerica's costliest cars. I than competition.Looks even more! I more than the Sow price three rKt I
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optimism that polio has been de- Talent Sought duction. of its folklore has been lost or for- -
Polio Vaccine May Be Given This SpringTo
I feated, Dr. Sowder said: "We have Last year there were fiddlers, gotten. It is hoped that the Folk
178,000 1st And 2nd Grade PupilsPlans high hopes that this vaccine will For Folk FestivalAt dancers, and singers. Chief Billy Festival will help preserve this That's Our BusinessIf

work, therefore we are making full I Foster ShrineCan Csceola gave a war whoop, and historical background. GUSS It's Glass We Have It'!
are moving ahead for the plans for a vaccine program, so !hundreds of other Floridians joined Persons interested in the Folk I 4 CALL WRITE VISIT
National or
ment this spring, the I
possible administration this spring that we will be prepared to move you sing folk songs, dancean I in the fun to make it a great pro- Festival may write or interview
of the Salk polio vaccine to an Foundation, which financed the 'immediately into action if the vaccine old-time Florida, or possess f duction. This year Miss: Bolton is Miss Bolton at the Foster Memorial I Co.
research that made its develop- Joe Peters Glass
estimated 178,000 children in the is approved. But we must any talent concerning folklore If seeking ideas and suggestions from White Springs. i iI 11e)
ment possible, will turn it over to I
first and second grades in all not forget that the vaccine will so, then you're wanted for the all Floridians.
State Health Officers for with- FOR ANY GLASS NEED
public, private and parochial' not be offered to anyone until the: third annual Florida Folk Festivalto I Staged on the banks of the Su- I HELP
schools in Florida, Dr. Wilson T.'I out charge for the product If official report is issued, and then be held at the Stephen Foster wannee River, the Folk Festival is for Coughs We Design Modern Store Fronts
used it will not be another test,
Sowder, State Health Officer, an- only if the report shows that the Memorial at White Springs May fast becoming a statewide institution -! You feel cooling, soothing help from Just Mail Us A Pattern for
nounced last week."Sufficient but the first use of a newly- I vaccine prevents paralytic polio 123. through the perpetuation of the very first dose. Clogging phlegm Table Tops
established measure. Is loosened, breathe .
vaccine for these preventive vaccine for under natural,conditions and the Miss Thelma Bolton, director of I Florida's great history. The flagsof I you deeper.CREOMUUSION 1313 N.W. 4th PI. Gainesville Fla. Phone 2-4353
Purchase of enough [
groups will be supplied without vaccine is licensed." the event, has sent out a call for five countries have flown over
children in Florida by the I I
charge by the National Foundationfor eligible talent to appear in the 1955 pro- the state and because of this much Nlicva Coughs,Chat CeliJ,Acids gtonclutit
March of Dimes organization has
Infantile Paralysis, if it is
enabled pharmaceuticalmanufac- Series H Bonds
licensed, Dr. Sowder explained.
turers to keep their facilities in
These children are in highly susceptible Gain Popularity
during the waiting
age brackets and can be
With Investors
that vaccine would be
readily. organized for vaccination period so _L ___uu r. .
-before schools close. reaay if licensed. AS a resuu'J Savings Bonds sales got off to a
also will be available to
"We don't know yet if the Salk sensational start in Florida with
vaccine is effective. We await the physicians through usual channelsas almost a 30 per cent gain in Jan-
evaluation report of Dr. Thomas soon as the product is licensed. uary over the opening month of kt "

Francis Jr. of the University of I "The administration of three 1954, it was reported by S. L.
shots of vaccine to so many children .
Michigan in April. But we must \Peek Jr., Bradford County Sav-
in Florida will be a tremendous -
make our plans now for possible ings Bond Committee Chairman. I
task, requiring the coopera-
usage to protect as many childrenas Sales in Bradford County, how-
possible before this year's polio tion of parents, health and educa- ever, showed a 4.48 per cent de-
tional officials, physicians, nurses, '9 I III
season. If wait to organize
we cline. Sales in January 1954 were
until after the report, we would and many other volunteers," Dr. $5,025 while January 1955 sales IIIII II IIY'
Sowder said. "I am sure that SThRDAYtIi
not have time to make the neces- were $4,800 in this County. Q
the cooperation will be '
sary arrangements. We must get Total January sales in Florida
ready now, so no time will be lost quickly forthcoming both in the were $6,482,075, representing 8 1-2 i iiiHE
if the vaccine is found to prevent'planning stages and in the actual per cent of the year's quota of e
1 administration of the vaccine.
paralytic Polio vaccine polio. already adminis- Vaccine will be given only tc, $76,400,000."A !

tered to 410,000 children throughout those eligible children whose par new this element year which has should been Injected be- WAS THE LONELIEST iijJ iijJI

the country in the trials last ents request it by signing formsthat !I .
assistance in
of some meeting
spring, is being purchased as a will be distributed through I "
Mr. Peek
,. quota assignments,
Sowder added
"calculated risk" by the National the schools, Dr. I
Foundation before its effectiveness Local health and education officials .. said. "Series E and H Bonds have
been made eligible for purchase BOY IN THE WORLD
can be known, it was an- have been alerted and an r II
for the by personal trust estates set up by
nounced at Polio Foundation head. already making plans pro
individuals in their own right for I
quarters in New York. If it is gram.
licensed by the Federal Govern I Warning against prematun! the Benefit of individuals. ; I
The greatest portion of the I I

month's gain was reflected in the m I

sales of H Bonds, which were 57

per cent ahead of January 1954, II
while E Bonds recorded a 20 per A J .C .e {
TO BU/LD 00 q 1IInl
START NOW cent increase. The H Bond is the
TT1 ,I"
current income bond which
new I x
tYOU'LL the treasury introduced June 1, ,ii
1952. The interest is paid every
six months by Treasury check in

WONT REGRET IT /0frj1J increasing amounts and averages \

out at three per cent compounded ,I
semi-annually when held 9 2-3 :

.x It.c years to maturity. National sales f4L WWVl! $ OT. : ,I,
of this series increased 68 per cent _
-. E3YJI this year over January 1954. "
"The popularity of II Bonds increases -

constantly as more people I,
wanting current inoome from their I

investments learn about it," :Mr. ,

Peek said.Bradford. I
County showed a 41.54 i
increase in E and H Bond sales

for the year 1951 over 1953. Tbe' r' .qq$ k, ,tip d ,,

comparative totals were 1953 Ih ':
1 W' T
> $68,020; 195.4$96,277..
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man's vital . that loneliness, too, must have help. month last year; gave over 12 million dollars in
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around the world in shake off You Are There when shattered lives and homes
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Special Care Of Herds Is Needed FARMERS ADVISED TO !tto I provide good supplies of seed has been filed against you in the I bald Complaint will be taken as
of Jack- above named Court and cause and confessed by you.
BUY SEED FOR FIELD for this year. supplies !
Season Now Under WayThe you are required to serve a copy of This notice shall be publishedonce
During Calving SOIL CONSERVATION CROP PLANTINGS NOW son seed should run short, adequate your answer or pleading to the complaint each week for four consecu
supplies of other varieties shouldbe I on the Plaintiff's Attorney tive weeks In the Bradford County
the busiest of Florida Agricultural Experiment T. Frank Landrum Starke. Florida Telegraph.
calving season I. Now is the time to order seed available.
Florida cattle Stations. NEWSBy <+ Dated this 2 day of :Mach. USS
of the ot. field for
season year on of corn and er crops I and file the original In the office of OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A.
ranches -is under way. "Because of the long dry spell, 'early spring planting, the Florida I the Clerk of the Circuit Court on Clerk of the Circuit Court
On ranges and pastures all over the Experiment Station animal Bill Haas I Agricultural Extension Service advised i or before the 4th day of April, By ila'.in L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
i ; otherwise the allegations of
the state hundreds of new calves'are husbandman explains, "pastureshave U- S. SOIL CONSERVATION farmers this week. REGISTER FICTITIOUS AMK 3544tSf1SAVE
being dropped, and the numberof been in very poor condition in I "Shortage of some varieties may Notice is hereby given that the
new animals will increase stead- many sections of our state, and SERVICE :: develop before the planting season, of undersigned Chapter ,20,953 under Laws the of provisions Florida S SAVE $ SAVE $ SAVE $ SAVE
ily during the next few weeks.Usu that means that ,many cows are so it is well for all farmers to place Acts of 1941. will register with the
ally the calving season begins in not in as good condition as they .r ., n their orders now and to be readyto Clerk ford County of the, Court State of in and Florida for Brad-upon I
December or January and runs un- usually are at calving time. Cows make substitutions if neces- receipt of proof of publication of DRASTIC FIRE INSURANCERATE
til about the first part of April,1!1-- and their calves too may be Robert W. Murray, Biologist for :I cpmpiled on the farm of Morris sary," Agronomist Aubrey Mixon The this Versatile notice the Co.fictitious under which name I am of 0;
with most of the calves being droPped -j(lost unless they are given specialattention the Game and Fresh Water Fish Carter. When the Soil Conservation -pointed out. engaged in business! at 314 N. Cherry REDUCTIONSWE
in February and March. : now. One or two pounds Commission, delivered PartridgePea I Service is asked to help sup- Mr. Mixon expressed the belief I That St.. Starke the parties Fla.interested in said ,;
In view of the poor condition of 10f cottonseed meal or other protein and Thumbergi Lespedeza to ,ply information on irrigation systems that in most cases suitable substitutions business are: Phil P. Vitsky. sole ARE MEETING COMPETITION WITH NEW
pastures during the past two supplement a day or any available the Bradford Soil Conservation a complete investigation is can be made if shortages.owner 341 N' Cherry St.. Starke. I RATE REDUCTIONS
months, it is especially importantfor green pasture such as oats or clover District. The District Cooperators made of the soils, size of fields to do develop, but emphasized the i Fla.Dated this ISth day of February
cattlemen to give careful attention may save the life of a weak cow that received wildlife planting materials :be irrigated and the topographyof importance of being assured of AD.. 1955. at Starke, Bradford Keep Your INSURANCE in STARKE and still benefit
to their cows and calves and also save the life, of her calf." were John Dukes Pat Miller the fields. By getting all this adequate supplies of seed of first i I I County Florida._ 2/13 4t 3/11 from the LOWEST possible rates.
Dr. Cunha all cattlemen to F. F. A. Farm Lawrence Wig- I information, which takes consider-
now if they are to avoid losses, says urges choice varieties or making plans
Dr. T- J. Cunha of the University watch their herds very closely and gins and Container Corporation. able time, we are able to give you I before planting time to plant sub- I \OTICI3 OF IVTENTIOV TO STARKE'S ONLY MUTUAL AGENCY
Conservation of our farm game information that you can take to stitute varieties. REGISTER FICTITIOUS N',4MB l I
,such as quail, depends more and the different irrigation supply com- Notice is hereby given that the ]
more each how well farmers panies and Some producers of seed of the undersigned! under the provisionsof Doyle] E. Conner Insurance
AZALEAS-5 FOR $1.50 I year on they will be able to Chapter 20,953 Laws of Florida. AgencyPhone
Dixie 18
e make full use of all of their make a better estimate on the cost popular hybrid corn har- Acts of 1941, will register wltn the ?
I vested short in the 1954 Clerk of the Court in and for Brad- '
crops sea- I
COLLINDRA (Powder Puff) $3.50 ,land.Quail Is an important agricul- of your system. son, and this may result in short ford receipt County.of proof State of of publication Florida upon of 285 129 W. Call St. Starke Fla,

FRUIT TREES tural crop, it helps the farmer with I supplies this year. There are oth- ,this notice the fictitious name of
e CAMELIASFlower other crops by eating weeds, seeds.. In New HomeMr. er yellow hybrids and white corns, [engaged Doctors Hospital in business under at which J01 West I am I SAVE S SAVE S SAVE $ SAVE $ SAVE
and Injurious Insects. Planting such as Coker 811, that may be Call St., Starke Fla. ,
Dr. Calvin J. Houpt, 333 WalnutSt. ,
lespedezas on land you can devoteto used satisfactorily if Dixie 18 supplies I[ .. Starke Fla., sole owner. I
wildlife be and Mrs. Gilbert N. Gold- do run short. "In any case," Dated this 23rd day of February II I
Seed of your well-rounded production farm can conser-part wire and son, Michael, hove moved I Mr. Mixon said "only adapted cer-,A.D.County 19R5., Florida.at Starke.2/25 Bradford*t 3/18 FINEST HOME-COOKED FOOD

vation program. Odd areassuchas into their new home on Cherry St.,juried hybrid corn should be planted. I
fence corners-and bare stumps across from the Presbyterianmanse. ." NOTICE. TO APPEARIn

GRO-TONE MAGIC BLOOM HY GRO between fields and woodland make Lavon.Andrews.Mr. The house. was built by't The agronomist reported that j Florida Circuit! In Court Chancery.Bradford Couaf7. :i Served Anywhere

PLANT FOODS ideal spots to plant wildlife area. supplies of cotton seed are expected Willie Davis. Plaintiff, vs Eloi.m-
Goldwire represents Motion|to be in good supply, but seed of Davis Defendant. REGULAR DINNERS
All Kinds Garden and Field Seed James Rosier, a Bradford Soil Picture Advertising of New Or-I some of the latest varieties maybe Votlce To Appear Case No. 10-900 SHORT ORDERS SANDWICHES
Conservation Cooperator, used theDistrict's leans and travels the North Florida To: Eloise Davis, whose residence!
scarce. and address is 536 Ave HOME COOKED PIES
I : a
fertilizer spreader to territory. He and his family recently Peanut yields in 1954 were unusually nue. Waynesboro, Georgia. I --._ __._ _ __ _,_ .... ... _._.-..
SISTRUNK FEED & SEED STORE fertilize his pasture and help the moved here from Eufaula, You are hereby notified that a
Ala. have low, and many farmers did suit for Specializing In
clover get out and grow. Now They another son, Ray, ,
Divorce and of
, custody control
not save seed for 1955. Asa
Fla. that we have had a little rain and who Is in service at Ft. Jackson, peanuts minor child"TICKGFF" 1 SEAFOODS AND STEAKS
Call St. Phone 39 Starke, a'' S. C. result, the Extension worker
with some warm weather plus
said, the demand for certified seed
little encouragement from some:
of Dixie Runner and the Flori- i
fertilizer the clover should get out:
Recent BirthMr. span varieties probably will be i
and grow. i iI
DRAPES heavier than the supply. The good BROWN JHI DERBY
I I stopped by Paul Meng's place I II performance of the Florispan va-
and Mrs. H. B. Sullivan an- in 1954 is A SENSATIONAL NEW
the other day. Paul and Francis riety expected to cause
SLIP COVERSREUPHOLSTERING I are going to start up their dairy nounce the birth of a son on :March very strong demand for seed of DISCOVERY! Ethel Crews Jeff

again. Francis and I discussed the 1 in Alachua General Hospital,la variety in 1955. Give your dog a capsule! and 'han'ey,
II.planting of Coastal Bermuda for Gainesville. Before her marriageMrs. Although seed yields of plantingsof Rid him of Fleas & Ticks! Evelyn \\'Iso CF F
i pastures. While standing around Sullivan was the former Jackson soybeans for certifica- I Owners Chef
talking, Francis stated that be Berta Lee George daughter of Mrs. tion in 1954 were low, it is believed AT ALL DRUG STORES
e BEAUTIFUL FABRICS I planted some Giant Striata Crota- Ida George of Starke. that enough acreage was planted I i# -r tmllLMoE _" : : !:;:'::- .='_-- ._ :,-_,_ :;<
ELEGANT STYLING 1..p uu 14'ia last .Jf.ear and' his beef cattle
PERFECT TAILORING got fat on it. Lloyd Green com-
tfned! some Giant Striata Crotalaria -

Call Peg at'239 for Advice and and he stated that he will
have a little seed available.
A Free Estimate

Irrigation information is being PEOPLE


to provide additional feed and help

Radio Seat Covers Upholsterin for weak cows during the calving
season. "After she has dropped her
Starke Fla.j .
calf" he points out "a cow may
not be able to provide enough milk

.- .. -. -- for her calf unless she is given ad- -0 : -- FoR
: .,- .. "-- .,- ,- Thh ditional feed when pastures are ;/ .

brown and sparse. If the calf _'__i .., .IIa &
FACTORY FACTORY doesn't get enough milk, it's likelyto
be a runt. The calving seasonis
the most crucial of the year for
the cow and calf." !
'V In addition to providing extra
SERVICE PARTS feed and help for the cow and calf,j Cas
cattlemen should treat the navels :IN
of calves with iodine to prevent
Washing, Painting, Repairing, Reconditioning Infection, the Experiment Station

Wrecker Service worker says.
Dr. Cunha thinks grazing withina
few weeks should be better thanit

BRAKE ,I TIRES IGNITION has been since early last fall if
TESTING AND STARTER good weather prevails. "While the f

BRAKE TUBES GENERATOR low temperatures that we have
LINING experienced;: during the past two
SALES BATTERIES weeks damaged some oats and
REPAIRS AND ALL ELECTRICALBODY other temporary pastures rather
badly and did further damage to
permanent pastures that had already .
been hurt by dry weather and

Complete Lubrication Service previous cold spells, the rains that

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DODGE JOB-RATED TRUCKS should stimulate quick growth of
all pastures," he avers. "Unless we
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should show a strong response to .
HARDY BROTHERS MOTOR CO. the increased soil moisture.

Despite the browned condition of .

,pastures and ranges, many cattle AND :IT'S EASY TO SEE WHY!
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