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 18, 1955
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Guardsmen Turn Out 100 Per Cent ,

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For Annual Armory Inspection 1 COUNTY TELEGH Copy

Official County Publication Established In 1879

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zi' Ii r Hearing- Scheduled -- I NEW BHS GYM TAKES SHAPE I Fast Action Advised -

\I Zoning Board Ready 1 j : City Will Ask Early

With First DraftCompletion .. t -, :' :' Release Of Two UnitsQuickest

F4tJ T I of a draft of Starke's first Zoning Ordinance I possible installation of two of the five used gen-

was reported to the City Council Tuesday night, by Foster erators recently purchased from New Bern, N. C. was urgedat

---L I I I 1 Shi Smith, chairman of the Zoning Committee, after what a meeting of the City Council Tuesday night by Jess D.

the 19L Thomas of the firm of Reynolds. Smith & Hills. Jacksonville
'- he termed an excellent job by other members of com-

---- .mittpp. electrical engineering advisors to the City Speedy action
Pictured at the annual National Guard armory Inspection last Copies of the ordinance and a* was deemed necessary to meet a near-emergency situation

Meek are (left to right) Lt. Randal Cliitty: company commander; Maj. I Iu. I zoning map will be on display in 1 feet existing structures that is, Bradford high School's new $127,000 gjmnaMiim N rapidly taking brought on by the ever-growing demand on the city's power

V. Link battalion commander; Lt. CoL Jos.. S. Matthews Jr., in-I 1 I the Council room of the City Hall a residence in a commercial or in- ( shape, but will not be completed in time to see use during this school plant. __

"ptdlng officer: and Lt. Col. E. A. Timm, Anny advisor. I:.Starting :March 21, Smith said. dustrial zone is not affected. I i{I term. It i> part of the $;).1193 school construction program curirently '! une plan discussed Tuesday j
In addition to Foster Shi Smith, ; night is to request New Bern of- j Louis N. Smith, real estate
1 will hold
The Committee
Zoning i i : under way in Bradford County. i
looked better for an in- I as chairman, the Committee con- |ficials to release two of the ;agency owner on Temple Avenue
The local National Guard un men i|i a public meeting at the City Hall, I -Polaroid 1-Minute Photos by the Telegraph- 'I engines ;
Hq. & Hq. Co. 2d Bn., 124th t'l spection and wh have more quali- I'Thursday, March 31, at 7:30 p.m. sists of the following members: ,I i, complete with all necessary I,requested the Council to extend

stood its annual armory inspection ied men in the unit than we have ,for the purpose of receiving and Mrs.: E. A. Hall, vice chairman; j I:equipment, on the payment of :i water and sewerage facilities to

Thursday night, March 10, with Lt. ever had. We were ready for this :|I i:]hearing applications for changes Mrs. E. K. Perryman, secretary; j j I 100,000, and to have two of the i!i[his property, where he intends to

CoL Jos. C. Matthews Jr. from i inspection and I know that every i I jj Jin I the zoning ordinance or map. Mrs. Luke Feeney; A. J. Thomas Negro\ Murdered,1\I'five 1000-kw units in operation I!!I:build. The Council stated it would
unit will be of Sr. S. G. Denmark T. C. Hazen l here in time I extend its utility services
the Inspector General's Department man in the proud I' The Committee requests that all ; ; (' to take care of the as soon

Third Army Headquarters. the rating we receive." ',I'proposed changes in the zoning Jr.; Guy Andrews; and Orie Wig- heavy summer electrical load ini:as possible.

Ft McPherson, Ga., serving as inspecting Maj. Link, the Battalion Commander I I ordinance be made in writing, signed gins.The !I In Bottom Starke. i iI j j jI i i A representative of a firm interested
said "This is of the in natural
officer. : one 'I by the party making the re- Committee had been asked I I Clyde Pierce of the firm of !, gas equipmentand
member of the unit was best units in the 124th Regiment." [ the ,]!Pierce Harrison | operation presented a proposal
Every Committee
I quest! or his attorney. The by the City Council to get & Wulbern fi- :
present for the inspection includ- Officers in the Battalion Head- will not make decision at as1' If Joe I i jnancial advisors to the told i to the Council, outlining its serv-
(ordinances completed as soon King. Lawtey negro, took off on foot and that the next I' city ices.
ing the officers who live out of quarters are: Maj. Robert V. Link, the meeting but will take all requests possible. so as to meet the 90-day j ihtidn't been so fond of "coon he thing she knew King was back at officials that funds for this pur-I I! of He the showed the Council a
town. The unit takes great pridein Batallion Commander; Maj. Henry map proposed natural gas
: t under advisement. Iroight be alive today. the car, badly wounded, pose can be made available by,
100 cent C. Lunsf rd, Bn. Executive Officer I deadline established when an emer- saying: !pipeline, now before the Federal
has ;
that it bad per ; The proposed ordinance applies I 3fHe met his death early Satur- "That nigger shot me." II I means of a temporary advance !'

attendance at annual armory inspections :Maj. Hugh B. Ingram, Bn. Train- |to future building and to major gency ordinance was passed on day morning at "Black Bottom" a She stated that she and Joe'gainst a later loan to be made on Power i Commission showing the
for the five I:ing and Operations Officer; Capt. 15 to stop-gap j pipeline originating at a point near
past years.I I alterations to existing buildings.The :February provide wooded area about seven miles walked about a quarter of a mile 'city revenue certificates. I j
Few if any. units in the state!James H. Herlong. Bn. Adjutant: does not af- (zoning regulations for the' City. I |FeRsacola and running east to a
I proposed zoning east of Highland, as the result of back on the road seeking help for Pierce told the Council that his
have that record. Capt. Harold W. Goforth, Intelligence Junction northwest of Live Oak
equalled --
( !i buckshot wounds, allegedly in- ,him but finally he collapsed say- |j I firm has not yet completed the I
of two Officer Capt. Neal M. Ber- where one branch to Jacksonville -
The inspection consisted ; I goes
Services [inflicted by Herman White, Negro 'inglother.: it looks like I'm going jsurvey it is making of Starke's
phases. The afternoon was spent telsen. Supply Officer; and 1st Lt. j Asks Utilities : and the other runs in a
f jDemetree 'Lawtey, who had invited King to to have to leave you," and tax resources. He said that in line
auditing1 and reviewing all matters David Browning, Assistant Operations j southeasterly direction, cutting
I visit his house and get a 'coon. died. J Icf priority, his firm lists: 1)1) i
pertaining to records administration and Training Officer. I' j through Bradford County somewhere -
I About four o'clock Saturday Bessie King went down the electrical plant expansion, 2) water -;
supply, and finance, while Company officers are: 1st Lt. For Unit Of 34 Additional HousesI (' i between Starke and Hamp-
I morning, according to the story as |road, where she was met by some : tower and electrical distribution -'
the night session covered inspectionof Randal F. Chitty, Company Com t
,developed by statements made by I lof her family, and then the authorities -!I: lines, 3)) extension of sewer ton.The
troops training and training mander; 2nd Lt. Rodney P. Hall I I I ticklish problem of whereto
'[witnesses early this week to Judge were notified. i;lines.
records. Platoon Leader and Bn. Communi- i all but two a vital project which must also: I I put parking meters, and where
iTheron A. Yawn Herman White Sheriff P. D. Reddish and County '
Two officers assigned to other cations Officer; and 2nd Lt. BillyD. homes in Unit One of priority as to utility plans.:' -I i I The two generators which are not to put them and also whereto

units were authorized to attend Dansby. Platoon Leader and Bn. I Heights sub-division As the situation reached an im-:|'['asked Buddy Abraham, Negro, to'dri'e : Judge Yawn visited the scene, :''to be installed will tie in with the put 'no parking' signs was discussed -

trill with the local unit for their Mot r Officer. I Quailey of Demetree at the time with Quailey I,i him and a companion later)I took photographs, and had the 'existing plant and relieve the 1 and finally turned over to
identified as Albert Lollar, body removed to Gainesville for i it7amination.
Negro an
inspection. They were Lt. Col. The senior enlisted man in Hq. peared before the )' asking for a definite date I 1 I overload which is now existing. I Mayor Wainwrght for decisions.men .
to Black Bottom .
I a place LeeMoore's Cause of death
near I was
J W. Brownlee and Lt. Col. A. Y. Co. is 1st Sgt. Drake, who has fuesday night to installation of the utilities, and
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sawmill, about seven miles determined to 'be 00" buckshot
Covington. more than 14 years of military city extend water and Council refusing to agree in I west on the road which starts at wounds. Council Pledges Its
Visiting the unit for the inspec- en-ice, including five years during to service a unit of 34 of the circumstances it was I CooperationTo
Lacey Norman's
home of
testimony witnesses,
tion was Lt. Col. E. A.Timm, Army World War II. lots.; I reed by both parties tp continue. on High- a''

Advisor for the 124th Inf. Regt. He stated that negotiations at the next regular;'!way 301.Abraham. warrant on a murder charge was
Section Leaders in the unit are:
issued for Herman White and he
The inspection was one of the meeting. j asked another Lawtey I Groups In Beatification PlanEvery
SFC Geo. A. Winkler, Communications to erect from 20 to 25 I
Negro Willie Tucker, to drive was picked up in Jacksonville and .
best that Supplying unit,
the unit has had. and I the Unit new housing
Chief SFC Jos. N. Warren, new just as '
; :!White and Lollar to Black Bottom. is now in the County Jail. He is.i
the local Guard is believed to be furnishes the would involve about I
Radio Chief Richard A. City
in ; Sgt. mile of both Tucker agreed and the three being held without bail for a grand possible assistance to the for
tip top shape. The general I derbill Although agreeing water and sewer-j stopped the sole purpose of taking
Message Center Chief; Sgt.
opinion of the men of the unit was I Kenneth D. Norman, Wire and tional new homes were pipe, and 11 manholes. which'I( off at King's house, where jury investigation, and if it re- i j I Beautification Program was prom- care of the existing trees and
| White told King he had 'coon to turns an indictment he will be ised ty the City Council on Tues- all
cost a shrubbery
expressed by 1st Sgt. Robt. W. Starke Council approximately $13.000 over the City as
Telephone Chief SFC Frank W. I|I -
I I [sell him. tried for murder in the spring day night when Mrs. M. F. Hazen, well in
Drake when he said. "We have Dryden, Platoon Sgt., Pioneer and that time give a During the discussion, Clerk I] as the City Park. Coun-
been working for a superior on our Ammunition Platoon; M. Sgt. B. mitment as to when Johns told the Council that I King asked his wife, Bessie, to term of the Circuit Court. [chairman of the county-wide committee cilman W. T. Jackson asked if

IG inspection every year since C. Holtzendorf Jr., Intelligence able to comply with the had contacted several other accompany him, and the five then Tucker and Lollar are also being and Mrs. J. D. Doyle, chairman the City supplied the help if the
:J94G when CWO cities to how I held in the County Jail as I of the committee for Starke, !ladies
Crosby and I enlisted Sergeant; Sgt. Geo. W. Teston. At the time the construction's see they were took off in Abraham's car. Ac- organizations would act as

as charter.jnembers,..and I I Operations Sergeant; Sgt Vernon houses were the problem., and thajt one::ceding to the stories told, several material witnesses. I asked for help in setting out and supervisors, but no agreement was

believe we might make it this year W. Sapp, Sergeant Major; SFC Council by resolution extended water lines free of;stops were made, before the group White did not. make, a formal '[watering trees and shrubbry most reached on this point.
If not to but was reimbursed for I statement to the authorities, reserving ly along Temple Avenue in Starke. Mrs. Hazen
we are sure receive a I John L. Alvarez: Mess Steward;I furnish utility service (I reached the road leading into said later that the

rating of high excellent on our I Sgt. Lynn D. Hamilton. Motor tire development, extension of sewer lines. He .Black Bottom.. and_ there_un was n _some_____! I the right to have a law- Mrs. Hazen told the Council county Beautification Committeemet
report" j I another ;. yet present at any such time.Tucker's i that, as a start on the last Friday to
Sergeant; SFC O. P. Hutto. Sup- said is to be about 130 municipality charged':liquor drinking by some or all of program consider the
Sgt Drake continued: ':Our nlv Sergeant. is apparently sewer tax which paid for ex- ''the five. statement concerningthe I palms will be purchased by the method of dividing the $1.000 worthof

ion of lines. crime did not throw much I I County through competitive bids,I trees and shrubbery m'ade
I I available
and On that dirt
road later
sewer when
F I The City's fiscal agent, Mr.I light on the event, for he claims, in i and that the committee is aware i by the County Commissioners

I! complete housing plan. of Jacksonville stated that almost at tneir destination, the car substance, that he was under the I i jthat unless the plantings are cared(il i between the nine communities in
First I t But members of the his opinion there was only one i developed this a flat tire, and it is at car trying to fix it, most of the I l for properly, by frequent watering.j I 1 I the County participating in the

I I plained to Quailey to the problem and that i point that the versions of the time in question. the efforts will be wasted. She I program, but had not yet completed -
!I present time the City shooting differ. Bessie King was released aftermaking asked that the
a tax levied on all those furn- someone on Council -i the division on a pro rata
-I! in an expansion of its with city sewer sen-ice. i I Bessie King, wife of the mur- a statement. so that she take the responsibility of seeing' basis.

Unit and that that ,dered man, stated that she attend her husband's funeral. that the
I project "You are going to have to oome re- could job is done. She said an investigation is being -

P j r 'priority over all it sooner or later," he said. 'mained in the car, that the others .I' The Council discussed the various made as to the type of palms

from the standpoint the State Board of means at its best suited for this area. and that

AddedAt I t I fiA: g I: (and The finances.Council also Health of city is sewers.going to and force outlaw the use the Six Medals Won \ Turnpike TopicOn I|IJ watering any trees set disposal out, and for I other considered.details are being carefully

|I (the_hospital now under I of septic tanks or other means." ,By Prison TeamIn \ TV Forum j.more promised thought.to give the problem i I voted Hampton to City Council recently

: i; '% ;11 County-City Police Radio Tie-In : Pistol Match i iI The proposed state-long turnpike I-|I :Mrs.consider Doyle employing asked the a man Councilto or I 'Mrs.necessary Hazen supply for reported.plantings the peat there moss,

will be discussed pro and coon I.

USO I I i The Florida State Prison was the Jacksonville TV Forum next HI-WAY CHAPEL
Jt : I On Round-the-CIock Basis Soon '::represented at the National Mid- WMBR-TV.Monday night at 8:30 over Statior

:" ) 4 Winter Pistol: Matches in Tampa, E. L. Matthews, publisher -
PlayGround -, q March 8-12 by Louie L. Wain- of The Telegraph.ill be aI

[I "Operator this is Mrs. Starke eo on 24-hour continuous operation 1 wright, James B. Godwin, H. Collins -]I member of the panel. The pro-

there is a prowler around my[seven days a week with benefits ,! and Medford Shealy. These 'f!gram I is sponsored by the Jacksonville -

,home send a policeman quick- i,ensuing to the County as well as men were selected to represent the i I Jaycees. "t. I

'ly!" the City. I Prison from the aggregate scores
I 'I
The message is relayed to the The problem of locating a City, fired during local matches and Jones Grocery
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"""" f County Radio Station at the county -j policeman at night has been aj j practice. i' ,' .
Reports ;tt"'fi" i'
Last June The Bradford County I : :' -. .-: .;-. :' Jail, thence to the Starke City I i serious one. for while the police:' Much experience was gained. Burglary .. ,," .. _

community Young muscles get a good[ Police prowl car cruising the cbviouslv could not be patrolling 1 j since this was the first National A Pictured abo\'
conducted a ; burglary is the
Telegraph I involving about $25: j ? modernistic-designed
survey to point up some of the immediate workout on this regulation,, i streets, and in a matter of minutes. I the streets in a squad car and at Match attended by the Prison of foodstuffs was reported Tuesday of God) located on Higfrway 16 West in Hiway Chapel (AssemMy -
( Starke.
ladder, frt of f |nrotection' is available to Mrs. j i the i personnel. Six medals : Rev. and Mrs.
problems facing Starke. Navy rope piece same time be at the telephone I; were won ,. morning to Sheriff P. D. Reddish .. Harold E. Bullock conduct services.
The "greatest need" as determindedby equipment to be installed at then ;I Starke. i ooth.' the result was that in many by the group: 1st Place, Slow by L. E. Jones proprietor of

participating civic organizations .\v I'SO plaj 1 ground.heavy :i This imaginary event promises i i instances there was a potentially Fire 45-Cal; 2nd Place, National l the Jones Grocery Store. located I O. A. Thrower 85

was that of a recreation I to become a reality very shortly. ,dangerous delAY in obtaining police ,,, Match Course 45-Cal.; 3rd Place, ]about one mile south of Lawtey on I ,District Governor
renter pack and other equipment: ; as a result of unanimous authorization -,'help. The proposed!,; radio hookup Timed Fire 45-Cal.; 5th Place Highway 301. Former ResidentOf

In recent study of the Brad- during WW II. The 30-foot ladder: on Tuesday night by the CityCouncil I I should solve this problem.The .Aggregate 45-Cal.; 4th Place I Deputy Sheriff Fate Brown, who Starke Dies Visits Rotary
a was obtained through the courtesy : to purchase a 2-way radio i possibility of housing!'; City Timed fire 22-Cal. and 4th Place i i 'nvestigated the said ,
conducted entry
ford Summer
Program Ii
County I i i and cooperation of Francis Bl'ardCamp [, I at a cost of about $550. to be in- prisoners at the County Jail was Plow fire 22-Cal. i' was .
schools need was gained through a window Osgood A. Thrower. So -
the a ,
by I Blanding Director of the : stalled in a city police car, to be I j!'riiscllssed. but it was agreed that Supt. L. F. Chapman said "The ! Monday
noted for unifying some: of the 'j night. resident of Starke. died at his i-
I Florida State Improvement Corn : used as part of the existing county the matter be deferred at least men were competing against the 'home "
activities offered as well as broadening :i;: mission. The sturdy framework for: radio system. !I i iI until the radio tie-in is accomplished best shooters in the country and Lions Club Hears in Jacksonville last week following .1.1AI
them. It was decided that the I i I I i a short illness.
the ladder was set by the FloridaPower I Sheriff P. D. Reddish attended ] and working smoothly.. 'I1 feel that they did a fine job of "
facilities of the usa might be set I 1 A native of Atlanta. Ga Mr
& Light Co. crew underi : :the Council meeting and offered Mayor Wainwright brought out representing the prison. In ad- Speaker
toi both indoor and outdoor j i| Thrower operated a farm
up i the direction of J. H. DuPre. loca]I :me of the County's radio station. ithe point that the City works itS dition to the medals won above.'! just
i ;
activities for not only the children I j i '| R E. Edmondson, director of the 'north of Starke for many years
the Prison
j manager. The poles were set deepl through the cooperation of the !Prisoners on the streets and does presently holds two of
on the county summer program. !I the 'I Bradford County Hospital spoke at leaving here in 1919 to make his
(to avoid the use of guy wires. The! Poard of Countv Commissioners. not believe in prisoners lying four trophies of the 8th district -
tut as year-round city recrea-j! )Ii the Lions home in Jacksonville
a t Club where
i meeting Thursday he
|popularity of the contraption was: i nroviding the City furnish night around the jail. | matches in Gainesville in''
(ion centei and playground as well. a ;i February. night of last week. He was followed -:v.-as a construction contractor un-
i spontaneous.: Supervisor Gibson re man to operate the radio '
I) was also pointed out that classes I r station I by talk tii his retirement. He
Louie L. I a by Fred J. Morrow was a memo
marked. "Both boys and girls o fall at the County Jail. Rites j Wainwright stated that
using the building during the regu- J Wednesday 'he attributed the the Springfield Lions Club member ber of the Methodist ChurchHe ,
| success of
; enjoy the Climb from
lai seh"11 l term will need a play;I j jana early ages morning until darkness: ," he followed!In t he Mayor cordial J.discussion which 1 For' S. M. Mott. ;local shooters to the loyal support ; :, from Jacksonville a candidate I ,, is survived by four daugh- *.4e-.,. _- _II
R. I
ti, avid crossing U. S. High- I added. B. T. Thomas. local lumber Police Chief "-. E. Thornton Wainwright.and J Native Of BrookerSamuel ind full backing J. G. Godwin 'for the office of Lions District ;;Jttrs, Mrs. L. J. Moon Mrs. w. II ._ _
301 I Governor.
wav I IRe j dealer. provided: the sawdust Sheriff Reddish and the Council Asst. Supt.. L. F. Chapman, Supt.. i !i Lane and Mrs. C. T. JCewsom al) __J
-enth group of high school I around and under the ladder. worked M. >and other staff members of the| T'e> meeting was presided overby j of' Jacksonville, and Mrs B L _
I some of the details in- lot. 66. retired Dr. .
S. R. Marco.Woods
-'udem.hailed before County l The first step of the project was 1; volved in the proposed county-city 1 farmer died :Monday at his homein i I orison who have been loyal to the' ;Varnes of Jacksonville Beach six 4y _
Judge Thrron A. Yawn for wrong to determine the actual area avail radio i Brooker after Club. I I sons, J. K. Thrower, Woodrow ,
I hook"Up.ith all parties a brief illness. He
doing ;:.tW the excuse that they ,able. The mathematics classes un- I Thrower M. Thrower. and GlennH. I
promising fullest cooperation to.was a native and lifelongresident FireWarning _
Lao 'nothing to do." While most [der V. R. Ferguson. a high school' rive the best!'; possible police protpctn .of that West Bradford community. I,Bastedo Named Thrower of the Jacksonville Ai I
o) the pi jets planned are aimed ,:teacher who has been using one; to all six| Police Department and Earl Clyde I
!'of Bradford County Surviving are his widow and :Rotary Head Thomas M Lloyd )1' P*>nsacoia, i
ai arm'ties' for younger students the USO classrooms this year citizens. Thrower and Maxwell O. Thrower

(ages 7 through 14). considerable I secured tapes and yardsticks and, When sons. Howard H. Mott, Brooker: :;At Keystone HeightsThe both retired colonels of the U. S. Governor of District 242 Rotary I
should be accomplished after i, the City furnishes a night ;Elbert and Pasco Mott. Gaines- I 34 International paid his official visit
progress measuring. the area was State Forester C. II. Coulter ; grandchildren and 391 !
through a pl'e.t'ntijuvt'nile dehnquemv ,:mapped to scale. It became apparent operator the for the radio station at yule; S. M :Mott Jr.. San Diego. I Rotarv Club of Keystone has appealed to all Florida reat grandchildren; two sisters \|!to the Starke Rotary Club on Wed- !

program. Supervisor L. that by controlling the parking : county jail. the station will Calif., Emory Mott, Cocoa, and Heights elected Cameron Bastedo residents today to stop brush Mrs. W. A. Lowery, Jacksonville, 'nesday. Arriving here during the !

H Gibson stated. The chief needs i and doing some surface work, !he will help secure discarded crossties president and Edward Hussey alternate I burning bwaiise of the "eplo-: and Mrs. Ina Lowery St. Peters- ;morning, the District Governor j

at present according: to the supervisor ;many outside activities might blI e' from the railroad with the Ralph Mott. Silver Springs. Md.: president at its regular si\e" forest fire situation. burg. He was an uncle of Mrs. J. conferred with the club president, :

are contributions of services installed on the grounds. Buddj y1!' assistance of W T. Billy) Jack- a daughter. Mrs. M. T. Tilghman,, meeting held Friday, March 11. It has been more than a D. Griffis of Theressa and Mrs. ;A. J. Thomas Sr., other club officers I

financial help for materials and I ,Bishop and the Board of Count:V.son. councilman. who will help Gainesville; a brother B. W. Mott. j!Huntley Redfearn,outgoing president month since any rain ha. fallenin Rhoda Dampier of Starke. :; and committee chairmen.He .

volunteer workers to augment the Commissioners have agreed to fil 11 1 with the transportation of the Hague; three sisters, Mrs. Rosie, ]I was elected vice president. this part of Florida and mostof Funeral services were held at ; was the featured speaker following -

small staff provided by the county;,in the holes and slope-grade around d,:crossties to the USQ area. They will Kelly and Mrs. Mattie Sowell both I j Directors elected for the new the state is in the same ;I I the regular luncheon meeting -
school system The annual summer(the building. The Starke City Council I i-jthen I be sawed and installed fol- [year beginning July 1 were: Elmer powder-dry condition. Hundreds Jackson-, of the club and commended the i
program will begin June 6 tn run has of Brooker, and Mrs. Beattie Con- 'ville with burial following in Memorial local Rotarians on their activities
helped increase the aresjby lowingthe county grading and |Livingston, Roy Watkins, and Her- of thousands of acres of
,'onsecutively for t eight weeks. i having three culverts and drive.1'sloping work. The hope was ex- |,erly Tallahassee. :mann Schroeder. fine timber have been destroyedin Park Cemetery. 1!during the year. and the fine i

Although the Rape-Ladder Climb ;ways installed on the east sid!e I|pressed that some local pulpwood i Funeral service were held Wednesday I The Keystone Heights Club will Xorth Florida in the last I II Rotary spirit displayed at the

pictured here) is No. 16 on the!Clark Street To control: park;- operator might volunteer to sawa afternoon at 3 o'clock in 11 hold a Golden Anniversary dinner two weeks due to raging fires. i EPOTlE meeting. i

proposed Community PlaygroundPlan :ing for more area as well as j,the crossties. "If everyone cooper- ,the First Baptist Church, Brooker. j in April. At that time a check will ;I "Be ('arf'fulith fire nf any I The BPW will I District Governor Lloyd has resided I

at the USO. it is the first to I safety precaution it is planned its o.ates I as a few have done already i be presented to the Woman's kind for any purpose during meet Mondaynight in Pensacola since 1922 and !

be completed The rope-ladder I I I install driveway barriers at str Starke's: 'greatest need' ran well Burial was in Dedan Cemetery un flub to start a juvenile and teenage f I I this critical period," Coulter I in the Catholic Center at ,is prominently identified with business

familiar to the GI's who flimbed 'tegic'points I. E Clark of th ie,>. become a reality by June 6," Gib- der the direction of Williams- department in the Woman's urged. 7-30: o'clock with Ruth Simmons and civic activities in that I,

over the side of a ship >vith a Seab'ard Air Line has stated tha it son stated. Thomas Funeral Home. Gainesville:. Hub public library. J and Edna Stone as hostesses. I city. I!


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editorial I Red Cross Chapter Serves Vets ii': Report dollars.ment of now hundreds Our has a military force of of millions establish-3.100,000 of The purpose of this bill is to make week.

military service more desirable andI The Committee on Aimed Serv-
and President Eisenhower
am hopeful that it will have the ices has opened hearings to review
.... By A WorkerWe count the number of people who from recommended that this be reduced desired results. proposals for the sales of the
helped find his final resting place within a year to 2800000. As longas
Manufacturer's 'Die Hard'Tactics The House Committee on Agriculture government owned synthetic rub-
to report that we L we are in the
are happy and give comfort to his family Cold War however reported by a vote of 23! ber plants $310.500,000 is the
found: time to go back to our local would be a small job in itself. we must keep strong military
Congress to 11 a bill restoring the 90 per amount that Chairman Vinson of
EffectIn Red Cross Office and work two Our forces. If we do not have
Of Little chapter serves a great number enough cent price supports on the basic the Committee feels would give the
afternoons as a volunteer. We of veterans for whom claims or volunteers to man our military
farm commodities. The bill would taxpayers the full fair value. The
asked so many questions that we appeals for compensation or units, we must have some kind of
pen also decide sales of these rubber to
wheat plants
BILLY permit growers to -
an advertisement in last week's paper, an doubt whether we were of much sion have been filed with the Vet- by MATTHEWS a draft or military training bill private firms would be effective

equipment manufacturer presented its views as help but Mrs. Hall seemed glad to erans Administration. This subjectwas which is now getting a tremendous whether tney wanted a two March 25, unless Congress
should purchase the and did do some typingand The House last week passed the amount of attention price support system: and would passesa
to why the City of Starke see us we quite complex to us, but it in Congress.The resolution of disapproval by then
manufacturer's new power plant generators, in- filing. We never dreamed seems that as laws change, vet- Armed Forces Pay Bill which ordinary recruit in the Army increase the school milk program

of the used generators contracted for. there were so many "current"cases erans grow older and their ail- would increase the pay of military costs the government from 5,000 from the present $50 million a yearto YOfLL LOVE the new Ester-

stead basically affects the future of and we learned more about ments become greater, they are career personnel from 6 to 25 per to $5,700 to train him. It costs $75 million a year. I voted to brook purse-size fountain pens In
issue cent with most of the
this percentage
As the scope of the work and how our often for $120.000 to train a pilot of the
Starke tremendously, we will repeat in substance Bradford County neighbors are was previously compensationthat denied. The increases going to those in the old type planes and approximately report this bill to the House andit pastel shade. Only $2.58 at Brad

these reasons, but also present some of the rea- served each year. Red Cross maintains a trained staffin lower pay grades. It is estimatedthat $275,000 to train a jet pilot. You will probably be debated next ford County Telegraph.

sons why. the used generators were purchased. For instance, were you one of all Veterans Administration Of- the cost of this bill will be can see the great possibilities for

After citing the fact that the present gen- the many who asked the Red Crossto fices whose job it is to present or $745 million annually which is of savings if our reenlistment rate on i
is made by them, and stating find out whether your relativeswere review veterans claims and appeals. course a tremendous amount of
erating equipment volunteer basis could be increasedfrom
Yet in voting for this bill,
additional equipment should be pur- safe during a flood, wind- Their experience is wide and varied I Trade at Home
that any I believe that I cast a vote for the low rate of 24 per cent.
chased "for the minimum investment possible" storm or hurricane? Perhaps you and our chapter- is -given advice 1 1v
manufacturer relates that it offered two new tried to phone or telegraph and and suggestions in securing and
units for $275,000, includingall were unable to reach them. If you preparing additional material to
diesel generating
labor foundation, switchgear, etc., were, you know that a telegramwas help the veterans. There have been
equipment, sent to the Red Cross Center
The cases where a claim Las been appealed -
and in operation.
and the units installed serving the area. A worker then because the Red Cross staffin
extra would be for a building, this message said, locates the family and telegraphsa a VA office has gone over their

estimated to cost about 15000. This would report back to our local chapter.The file of old claims, some of which

give the Starke power plant a capacity of 3,792 family may be in a shelter, were turned down before certain

kilowatts, or three times the present electrical staying in a nearby town, or un- law changes were made. The vet-

peak load of 1,200 kilowatts. The company also touched by the disaster. Wherever eran is advised by our chapter andif I i

offered to train power plant personnel at their they are the Red Cross will find he wishes to file and appeal it
them and assist if they are in need. is prepared for him. II+
expense. I
Then the advertisement offered to repay Did you know that Bradford Coun- Widows pensions and insurance II I I It '.
of $17,500 already madeon ty Chapter has a disaster plan, settlements are also handled and I
Starke the down payment
with Harmon Morgan heading Dis- every care taken to"avoid delays.
the New Bern equipment! and_ still furnish aster Service? When disaster We haven't begun to write about

their equipment at the price quoted. strikes his group will take over the long list of services we found ,. 1 t#$ ol

It also stated that in the event that naturalgas with trained workers from Red out about and we wonder how the +

becomes available for fuel only minor altera- Cross National Staff to assist him. Red Cross manages to maintain

tions will be needed on their equipment.Now Doctors, nurses, supplies and so these services day after day. Our

then, after presenting one side of the forth will be moved in quickly, if local quota is $2,745 in the 1955
necessary.We fund drive about $1 for every
let's look at the other.
N. C. dug into some statistics and four or five people in the county. : Sold either the "Do It Yourself" basis, or will erectit -
After a series of visits to New Bern, found that our chapter helpedover With a bank balance of less than on we -

city officials decided that the matter was one two families a day last year $100 and 3 1-2 months to go until for you. Available in three popular sizes, I2'x20', I4'x20', .- -.

which required impartial, engineering advice, so for a total of nearly 800 separate the drive funds are made avail- 20'x20.: All models include pre-drilled steel framing pre-

the firm of Reynolds, Smith and Hills, architectsand requests.We able, it will be impossible to con- painted white baled enamel steel lap siding and a steel

engineers, Jacksonville, was engaged to sub- were positively fascinatedby tinue operations without borrow- overhead type door. Windows and access doors can be positioned -

mit a comparative report on new vs. used gen- the widespread network of Red ing from: these funds for loans, to your own choosing. All parts are marked for easy "Congratulations I see you and your Better

erating equipment. Cross World offices, War used I veteran recently who to tracea left grants, and telegraph such expenses, transportation as telephone -, location and require only fastening with bolts and nuts. Communty Vigilantes caught another cit
After receiving the engineer's report, a Coun-
included model.
instructions .with
our county a number of years ago. and so forth. We did not get the v Complete assembly every
cil meeting was held and it was decided, contraryto izen slipping off to out of town.Takehim
With nothing to go on but his exact percentage, but about one- The pre-painted metal siding loots like wood is fire re-
the recommendations of the engineers to
pur- name and an address where he third of the funds collected is sent tardent, termite proof and will not rot or warp. Because it down
to of
However see some the bargains in
chase two new generators. a large worked
during World War II they to National Headquarters for disasters this erect the
is prepainted, is one garage you can during
number of Starke businessmen petitioned the followed a trail across the United and work with the armed "
winter months with no fear of damage to the siding our local stores !
Council re-consider its decision and in
to a recent States and back. They found that forces at home and overseas. This

special meeting; it was decided to purchasethe he died a few years ago and his leaves a total of about $1815 for

New Bern equipment.This grave was located in a nearby the year's work in Bradford Coun- GARAGE PACKAGES CAN READILY IE ADAPTED FOR CABINS HELP BUILD STARKETry
state. HI, and not wanting to bur- ty.
was done, after some shrewd bargainingby STALL GARAGE UNITS TO ACCOMMODATE AS MANY AS A
city officials, at a saving of $25,000 under the den his family, he had not com We'll be back with another report DOZEN CARS. IF YOU NEED A SHELTER OF ANY kiNO SEE US Starke Stores First!
municated with them. To stop and soon! RIGHT AWAY.
price of $200,000 asked by New Bern representatives

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Priced $450
A down payment of 10 per cent, or $17,500was THIS AD SPONSORED IN COMMUNITY INTERESTBY

made to seal the bargain, and it was thought Farmer's DiaryBy
that the matter was decided.

Now, with this l latest proposal on the part of Sam McGarvey MCMILLAN SALES co., INC.

the generator manufacturer, it may be well to review SLADE GAS COMPANYPhone

the recommendations of the unbiased en- Phone EX 8-0965 917 Hendricks Ave.

gineering firm, which summarized its findingsas r fruit trees we have in our little Jacksonville, Fla. 121 Starke, Fla.No .
follows: orchard, plum pear, and persimmon -
are budding out. Now if we
"For the following reasons, we recommendthat can only find time to dust or spray !
the New Bern power plant generating equip- them before the bugs eat them up. t
ment consisting of five-1.000 kilowatts units with .

accessories and appurtenances be purchased' and Charlie, Shuford used sawdust'JJ;

installed. as A a mulch on his little berry patch, gasoline-no not a single one-has higher octane than
1)) Lower initial investment per kilowatt of and now he is ditch irrigating it. ,
capacity. His plants look fine.
Almost some corn planted .
2)) Future investment deferred for approximately Saturday, but due to some trouble Our nursery berry plants are -

five years. with the deep freezer it was almost sending out runners, so we got New 1955 GOLF
3)) Maintenance schedules more flexible during dark when we finally got busy this week and moved our NO-NOX

first five years because of excess capacity. around to planting, and then the irrigation system across the high- '

4)) Normal maintenance requirements indi- planter wasn't dropping the seed way and set it up to irrigate in

cated from records and reports on this equipment. right, so we had to quit. We're the kitchen garden. It was quitea ,

5)) Satisfactory service records of engines of only planting about eight long job, but we got it done, and now _
the same type and manufacture. rows, and we got the land in good we can run five sprinklers from

6)) Fuel economy of these engines should be shape and the fertilizer in, but the 11-4 inch well in the backyard.

equivalent to that of new engines." now it'll be a few days more wait. We've learned this about settingup but octane alone

In a matter of this type it is very difficultfor We'll water right after we plant, a pump, and that is that .if you
if it doesn't turn to raining. have a leak on the suction side
any citizen without specific power plant know- is not

ledge and experience to know what should be The "little folk", or Brownies you're licked. R enough. ..

done, and that holds true for us as well as most or whatever folks around here call One thing we've discovered about y

city officials. However, in studying the pro's the good fairies, sent us a visitor sawdust mulch is that you haveto w. That's why new Super-Refined Gulf

and con's of the situation, it may be well to in- last Saturday afternoon, and while put on a lot of water to get '"
1\o-rsox is specially made to bum
quire into the motives of each proponent.The he was here, looking at our irriga- down through it. However, it 4

equipment manufacturer is trying to sell tion system, Alice discovered some holds the water in better, so may- clean-to protect)'ourengine-ghe

its products, and while its representatives cannotbe very-bad news that the freezer be in the long run it will be all
thousands of extra miles of full
blamed for trying to promote its own welfare, had stopped. Our VIsitor lookedat right. you

it may be well to keep that point foremost in it, and we both hoped very much i y engine power.
that he would be able to fix it, Well, "Ike" and the ;
mind in any. decision. One might in all fairness, Treasurer of
for getting a serviceman over the U. S. and Sec'y Benson can quit } Fill with new Super-Refined Gulf \
too, question their proposal of the $17,000 refund, and up
weekend is next to impossible
as an unorthodox business maneuver at least. have the freezer full of things. worrying rowed for about the money we bor- s ; NO-NOX and feel the difference in lasting -
our irrigation system, l
The engineering firm was ,hired to study the I- You'll
Well, our visitor fixed the freezer, for if the weather and berries con- power. get:
decision from every angle, and they had nothingto saved us a lot of fuss and expense, tinue good, we'll be able to let i
sell, but their advice and experience. Their but the only trouble is he won't them have a few dollars soon. ,* More complete engine protection

unqualified endorsement of buying the New Bern let us tell his name. He's afraid; Come to think of it, we can always than with so-called "miracle-additive"

equipment seems the least unbiased and most he'll get too many jobs to do. gasolines.ill" .
blame another Washington Dept., < y
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impartial 01 the two proposals to us. if it dot sn't-the Weather Bureau.
There are a large number of other facts which We don't have much to eat out This lamp is burning the This lamp is burning Extra: gas mileage in the short-trip
of the garden these days but one i stop-and-go driving motorists do most.
enter into the but '
case a complete report of the "DIRiY-BURNING NEW SUPER.REFINED
engineers is available at the City Clerk's office thing we do have is nice fresh Stall-proofsmoothncss..instantstarts

for any who wish to study the problem further. out asparagus five years, from ago.the bed It's we tender set, TAIL-END" of gasoline f GULF NO-NOX the fast, fuel-saving warm-up.

For instance, the advertisement! quoted the which GULF refines out clean burning super-fuel
and with butter on, it's fine eat- No knock, no pre-ignitioo-t\'en in today's
price of the five used generator's at 398.300, and ing! O ic$1Ir
this was the cost as originally estimated in the high-compression engines.

engineer's report, based on a cost of $200,000 Watered our little turnip patch This lamp test shows what a difference Gulf super-refiring makes. Gulf refines -

for the generators only. The Council, though, this: week and you ought to seethe 0,7teitle out the "dirty-burning tail-end" of gasoline-al the refinery-to bring ;

bought them for $175,000 with a saving of way that has made it grow. Hare mercy upon us, 0 Lord. you new,clean-burning Gulf NO-NOX.Just see how clean new NO-NOX burns. ,, 45 -
$23,000, and that should have been deducted from Trouble is with it as dry as it is hare mercy upon us; for we are :
the $398,300 in using comparative figures. we need the irrigation system all exceedingly filled with contempt.
Then, too, purchase of only two new gen- over the place. but were doing one -Psalm CXXIII, 3.) r
erators would give Starke job at a time. When we ourselves walk in th-
capacity based on nor- of the Lord but fail I I '
ways to try to This is GULF'S PLEDGE to the motoring public t
mal growth to carry it through the next three help those who do not, we are departing I I ,
Our berries along
years and then the problem would be right back fine now. We are picked some this God's Word.from It the is right teachings that we of: We at Gulf make this promise to America's motorists. We will! I w i

upon finance us again another with another difficulty, as to whereto week, but we heard that Carl Hil- have contempt for evil as such, but not permit a single competitor-no, not a single one-to offer a ,
expansion. liard about 18 pints the no man should be held in our contempt rI
From the layman's viewpoint it to picked but rather in our Chr1--:;..nharity gasoline superior to our own superb :No-Nox.: ,
seems us other day. so he has us beaten. .
that the Council has acted wisely in purchasing But our plants are more heavily nays- to, that help we rhnpp may who endeavor need ""a ID I It is our sincere belief that \o-\ox is the finest gasoline on the

the equipment on the basis of the engineering loaded with fruit than any other I market today, and no matter what i -,
report and we can see no reason now why its plants we've ever had and some -u
-- others do or say we will keep it the
action should be reversed. of them are starting to "rrownout" To I i Compare clean piston "A" from engine using new
finest in in in .
power, performance, .
Misery N'0 ",..ox with "B" "
V \ I piston from engine using the dirtyp -
bOSUI. p I burning tail-end" of that Gulf refines
gasoline out.
JOIN In time of disaster, Red Cross volunteersmove "Bub" Carter stopped in to see I '
fast to provide shelter, meals, clothing, us about a rotary hoe that he has II I This' is not a boast, not a claim. It Both pistons shown here, from Gulf test engines,

medical and nursing care for the stricken. You heard about for cultivating peanuts I is a pledge to you, the motoring public I ran the same number of hours under the same con-

can help continue disaster relief by doing your and we had a good time talking lane ': -a pledge backed by the resources ( ditions.
berries and irrigation RWM
share to raise Bradford County's quota. \ : -and the integrity-of the Gulf Oil
He has good source of water in
a stream that runs through his \\ ;1 Corporation. Its super-refin8d..to bum clean !

wwy ,, -masM:: :; ;v;!uMaunwfYtW: : : u aGrmN .h.a;t:_ place. PEST CONTROL L___ \ t ___ The'55 gasoline for all high-compression engines.

1879E G. W. got a '
very similar to ours, and bor- :
a couple of fittings to get Household CommercialGROVE
his working in order to watersomepepper SPRAYINGCall NO-NOX

@ PUBLISHED CONTINOUSLY he set out. He knows wherea for estimate f' t

UNDER: THE SAME MASTHEAD. person can get a good bargainin Florida Pest Control

SUBSCRIPTION RATES a,perforated pump, engine pipe irrigation pipe and system all- & Chemical Co. F. REGISTER & SON, DISTRIBUTOR ... GULF OIL PRODUCTS

ONE YEAR 300 SIX MONTHS 1.75 2220 XAV. 6th St. Ph. 6033

THE ACT OF MARCH 3, 1879.J 1 "* ** '. ""TUb spring is here, and the few
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along the east and west coasts of fTTTTTTTTTTVTVTTyTTTTTTT' of the church last week. Rev. -- ,
Florida.Mr. Packham has suffered from foot per Sunday evening at 4:30 p. m., five of our teachers were in religious -i George Young is the son of Mrs.I. !
KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTSNEWS I I a before the regular young people's
and Mrs. D. D. Kirkpatrickof STATE FARMBy ailment since being ill with pneu- meeting at 6:30 at the church. are still services last Sunday. We T. Young of Hampton. He was !
I Conneaut Lake, Pa., and Mr. monia in January, and is under I hoping to get 100 per cent born in Jacksonville Is now 14 !!
( OF KEYSTONE HEIGHTS A. VICINITY and Mrs. Ralph C. Jones of Eustis visitedin attendance before school year ends.I I
) Carl Gilbert of Meadville, doctor's orders to curtail activitiesfor (years old and has a twin brother
Essie L. Hampton
Pa., are presently occupying the several months. A pulpit com- parents John Rusha, a former pupil in i named Howard. George has lived
By Mary K. Schaeffer Phone 4127 Mr. and Mrs. Willard C. I
Geneva Beach Apartments, and mittee was named to secure a new/Jones. our school, visited us on Monday, :in Hampton most of his life and i!
soaking up some Florida sunshine. i March 14. John is attending Jefferson I has always attended this school. t tI
pastor, and Rev.
The Revival will begin at Rai- Packham will I
Most everyone has wondered met at the home of Mrs. H. L., Mr.. and Mrs. John Detweiler, and Mrs. Jay Boyett of Val- High School in Tampa, andis He likes to come to school and is*
about the ultimate fate of Morgan last weekend in ford Baptist church Sunday night, serve until a new one is called. dosta, Ga., were Saturday visitorsof I the I
our on Wednesday night. spent Orlando and in 11th grade. His brother I well liked by all his classmates. !
stately old landmark, the Keystone The Keystone Heights Woman'sClub I' West Palm Beach, visiting their March 20, at 7:30ith Rev. Allen Pastor and Mrs. Willard C. Jones :Mr. and Mrs. Frank Williams. 'Freddie, is also remembered as a ,George is outstanding in mathe- 1 I
Inn. For so many years thirty,II met on March 8th for the son and daughter, respectively.Is B. in Young, evangelist of Lake Butler will be host to the young peopleof I' SCHOOL NEWS former pupil in our school. matics and is doing excellent school !
approximately it has been the regular monthly business meeting. your television set bolted to invited charge.to attend.A The public. is cordially the Christian church for a sup- Eighty-five of our pupils and I 8th Grade Personalities 'work. I II
center of social life, and the scene Results of the Roast Beef Dinner the floor? If not, take heed for I
of many happy affairs. Any "old- were reported and approved, and last weekend, while Mr. and Mrs. large crowd attendee cottage I I
timer" with an ounce of sentiment Mrs. MacDonald was commended John Feldman were out of town prayer meeting at the home of II I
who watched it burn last along with her committee on someone actually broke in and stole Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Williams last I
October, must have shed a tear the excellent dinner. Plans were their: set! Other less cumbersome Thursday night. Lacy Conway of 1 1I A demonstration drive
and recalled community Christmas made for a Rummage Sale to be valuables were left untouched. If Starke led the devotionals. Hugh Put I ... -
parties around the huge fireplacein held on April 2nd. A nominating you know of the whereabouts of a Rahn of Raiford had charge of can help you
the spacious lobby, community committee for new officers was stray T.V. set, please DON'T tell the services.We .- S I
"sIng and the like. Certainly we elected. Those serving on this Mr. Feldman, because it would welcome Mr. and Mrs. Guy -, II
are all happy to know that it will committee will be Mrs. Elbert Alt- probably not,WORK anymore, and Edwards. and family of Starke as I

not be torn down, but will be restored man, Mrs. C. G. Denny, Mrs. Jack anyhow, it was insured. new residents; of the Farm and ( IT N
by Its new owner, Paul A. Elliott, and Mrs. Bill Siprelle. We notice that Lloyd Singley's hope they will enjoy their new yourself

Smysor, of Gainesville, and the Mrs. F. M. Walrath Jr., Mrs. new house is nearly ready for oc home. .,
work is already underway Alan Dean, and Mrs. Fred Dodd cupancy. It is the first new housein Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Whitfield '

Big doings at the Baptist represented our P.TJL at the the attractive Bird SubDivision.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Crews of ; one of 102 newtyiTh'
Church last Tuesday night. While Annual Meeting of P.T.A. District E. J. Feeney, of Syracuse, Auburndale, and Milo Siegler were .
the men were busily cooking fish Four, in Hastings, on March 7. N. Y., is the guest of Mr.: and Mrs. among the Farm residents who at- :
and hush-puppies: the ladies were I National Field Consultant Mrs. E. L. Kyle on Keystone Lake. tended the basketball tournamentin In : CHEVROLETS

serving coffee, grits, cole slaw, I Ellen D. Bieler, spoke on how to -Mrs. Amos Crowley is showingall Gainesville last weekend.Mr. .

and wonderful desserts. A fine 'Interest people in P.T.A. attendanceof her friends a photograph of the : and JMrs. J. W. Woodward M / :1 plus a 1,000 '.
evening of food, fellowship, and our representatives at this meeting lovely new home which her husbandhas spent the weekend in Tampa visit- I
fun was had by all. I fulfills -another requirementand just purchased in Niagara ing their son-in-law and daughter, vp- this
Everyone is eagerly watching brings us closer to another Falls. So they will no doubt be leave,Mr. and :Mrs. R. L. Thompson. U. S. Savings Bond
the progress being made on the :Blue-Ribbon Year. ing us soon. "They enjoyed a wiener roast Sat- <, I
new educational building, at the Residents are urged to take Saint William's altar societymet urday evening in the park at Tam- in our bigMIRACLE
First I
Baptist Church. The mem- I advantage of our new Woman's recently at the home of :Mrs. pa Bay. I
bers of the Young Men's Sunday Club Library. Membership is $1 per Jim Gaboardi in Melrose. Plans I Mr. and :Mrs. J. M. Bradley had : I MILECONTEST
School class have worked hard to year, per family, and we have some were made for the opening of the as their guests their son and seat I
get this building so well under way good reading. Who-dunnit-fans thrift shop. I daughter-in-law, the R. C. Brad- II I
and the congregation is grateful I will find a whole shelf of chillers John Schaeffer has returned to ley's and children of Jacksonvilleand : I
and proud of this group of men.Speaking to keep them up nights. Bookscan his home in Summer, Mich. After I :Mr.! and Mrs. Leslie Bradleyand Il l
of building, St. William's also be checked several months with children of Starke.
out on a Rental having spent and you'll have the
I ,
Chapel is on the homestretch : Basis to nonmembers.The his son, George, and.family at their :Mrs. Elise Carlton of Jackson 1
and is a building of which home in Lakeview Highlands. ville spent the weekend with her l
new Thrift
Keystone Heights may be justly for business Sat.. Mar.Shop 19 will, under open Contract Let For Church I parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Lin- t driving time of your life!
proud. Masses will be held in the
Chapel starting in April the auspices of the Altar Societyof Educational Building !sey.Friends .. .. .. I Come in and drive the Motoramic
St. William's. The At a recent meeting of the Board of Pvt. Charles T. Sapp -

The St. William's Catholic Club in the Stewart shop Building is located -, of Trustees of the Community II will be interested to know that '.f"<;:,::.:...::.::..:..:.:..::;...:.:.:.:.':....:.:.=:.. . .. Chevrolet just for the fun of it. And
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next to the Keystone Motors. Church, the contract for construction he has finished his basic trainingwith :; ..:::::::=::.:?::;;:::.>:;<'::::;:>::::>.:;.:. .. .. when you do, you'll make discoveriesthat

Mrs. Lindsay Walker, and Mrs. of an educational building was the Ordnance and Battalion. His <"ti':<::.:.:+:.:><:,>:::>:.>::.:.t..:',>:.>,::::..:;f.r/:..:;.:::<..::..>>:::..::::.<..<::::.::::.:<,.::::;:.:<;'::::.:'.::..-....":':..<..<..::.:.;.;.<...:.:-.... ,-:.... -..' ..,.. .....-. v...., .-. can help you be a winner in our
Frank are
Dodd. wife Wanda L.
Kyle :McMurtry entertained four awarded to Fred S. daughter I Miracle Mile Contest. For example,
M. Walrath Jr. was appointed living with her parents the H. R.
tables of Bridge last Wed. afternoon I you'll notice how exclusive Anti-Dive
chairman of the finance committee Lindseys while he is in service.He
Prizes were won by Mrs. I control lets with far
Dan to raise the necessary funds for I is stationed at Ft. Riley, Kans. braking you stop
Sullivan, Mrs A. B. Watson
Mrs. J. B. McKay, and Mrs. Henry, the building program, and a con- Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Crews and motoramic Chevrolet 1 I less lurching or diving.
I HalL gregational meeting was called I son Billy, of Auburndale spent the And you'll tingle to the peppery response
for March 15 to inform the members weekend with their parents, the get when your toe nudges
HURRYl you
HURRY Friends
of and Mrs. Ed- of the present and proposed Bryan Whitfields and the P. S. I the accelerator .
ward Beebe are sorry that they the Crewses. Other of the
plans for completion of project.The guests
CONTEST have found it advantageous to move I I Come in and have the driving time
I proposed building will ha.espace Crewses were Mrs. Crew's brother I
ENDS APRIL 15th their family to Starke. They have for primary and secondary Bill Rivers and son, Willie, of Au- Ys I of your life at the wheel of a new
been active both in civic and church department auditoriums and class burndale. Little Billy remained fora : I Chevrolet! Enter our big Miracle Mile

t work, and will surely be missed. rooms, offices for the minister, a longer visit with his grandparents. Contest, without cost or obligation,

Miss: Mary Anne Morgan spent parlor for activities of the Womenof and you may win one of 102 new
Win q fine 'last weekend at the home of her the Church, and a kitchen. II The Union County High School .r Chevrolet given away.
I friend Miss Lolly Spencer in The awarding of the contract Band will sponsor a concert at the m

Arlington. climaxes months of planning for(I Lake Butler auditorium Friday STEALING THE THUNDER FROM THE
BEAGLEPUPPY I Amos Crowley flew in from the much needed additional space I night. A small admission will be The Eel Air Sport Coupe.Yeu11 find your favorit model among Chevrolet1" complete line of Falter Body beoutiti. 1 .
Niagara Falls to spend last week- which.the new building will pro- I charged. The public is invited to IIICH-PRICED CARS! -
end with his family. Mr. Crowley vide. :attend. COMPLETE and OFFICIAL figures show that again in 1954 I I _..
was lately with the Trail Ridge Notice i Mrs. M.: S. Hayes of Gainesville
for the 19th straight MORE PEOPLE BOUGHT 1
Mine, and has been transferred toa The few who have not yet paid i is spending a few days with her year -

duPont project at Niagara Falls, their city taxes for the year 1954 brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and CIIEVROLETS THAN ANY OTHER CAR!
to which city his family will soon are reminded that they become de- ,Mrs. G. E. Crews and daughter
be moving. linquent on.April 1 and a penaltywill 'Carolyn.

Mr. and Mrs. John Powers are be charged after that date. I' Mrs. Norman Dowdy and son,
vacationing in Southern Florida, Let's see if we can't make it 100 Junior were visiting her parents, TORODE CHEVROLET CO.PHONE
Drior to Mr. Powers' departure for per cent for Keystone Heights this I Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Brooks in .
Wilmington. Delaware, where he year.tHonor Eastman, Ga. over the weekend. .( 111 CALL AND COURT STS. STARKE. FLA.
will receive his new assignment. RollFollowing They were accompanied by Mrs.
Mrs. Powers and the children will' is the honor roll for .Sarah Stafford and children to
remain here until the closing of the Keystone Heights School for ;Pearson, Ga. where she visited
school. the six-weeks period ending March ,relatives.

Keystone Girl Scout Troop 1, 4: I Mrs. Bertha Branntn and family,
under the leadership of Mrs. Fremont Fifth Grade Dorothy Hill, of Lake City were visiting her
W. Tolles, went hiking last Darlene Campbell Butch Fox, brother-in-law and sister, the A. H

..*,'r -1 '* :., Saturday and cooked their noon- Norma Powers, Lavon Payton, L. Staffords Sunday.Mr. Pinehaven SubdivisionfCORNER
b day meal in the traditional Girl Virginia McKay, Chester Moody, and Mrs. W. C. Perry and
Scout way. Nine girls participated .Paulette Tyre, Bill King. children of Jacksonville spent the
and Mrs. Tolles was assisted by Sixth Grade Donnie Purdy weekend with Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
Miss Sue Siprelle. and Calvin Osteen. Williams.
*:Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Oliver. Seventh Grade- Bruce Prevatt, John G. and Betty. Sapp had

10 and three children, of Aberdeen, John Dodd, Jerry Livingston, cottage prayer meeting in their ORANGE STREET & PINEWOOD DRIVE -- STARKE FLA.
:Md. will be at their Keystone home Frances Reeves, Agnes Watson. home Monday night. A large crowd
for the next two weeks or so. Eighth Grade Linda Waters, attended.Mr. .
PRIZE PUPPIES Accompanying them on this trip Herbert Lailee, Ray Maxwell, and Mrs. P. D. Fancher Sr.
are their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Faye Maxwell, Eddie Stuckey, of Starke are spending a few Jays
GIVENIn Curtis Morgan also of Aberdeen. Charlotte Gregory. with their son and daughter-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Reamer, andMr. The writer of this column wishes Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Fancher Jr.
Superior Sue'sBIG and Mrs. Herbert Williams to thank those who helped get I I MODEL I II 1::' READY FOR -

NEW CONTEST have just returned from a trip news at this late date and wishes I, 'rrr.rrrr..e.v.r..r.mHAMPTON' I II
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easyl But hurry-this contest By Mrs. p. E. II111Mr

closes April 15th. So boys and girls, .................... a
enter Superior Sue's big f..
news con-
test at once. Win one of the 20 fine, and Mrs. Percy Griffin of DAILY 2:00: P. M. -- 6:00: P. M.
Jacksonville visited in
pedigreed Beagle puppies given as
prizes. Each Beagle puppy is pedigreed W. H. Griffin Monday.
:Mrs. Lucille }frs.Fa'e .
at least 3 months old, in Harrington .
Fabius, and :Miss Evelyn
fine condition and will have American !-
Brown, all of Wadley.: Ga., niecesof
Kennel Club registration ? Crane Kitchen
papers. Mrs. T. F. Brown, and Clifford Quality

All you have to do Is go to the av Shreve of Camp Gordon, Ga., were *
nearest store selling Superior Ice 1 weekend guests at Mrs. Brown's

Cream. Get a free Superior Ice I home in Hampton.Mr. I Crane Preferred Plumbing I
Cream contest blank. Then read and Mrs. Tommy Bruce and II I
the very easy contest rules and sendIn r daughter Pat of Gainesville visitedat I' 2 BEDROOMS .
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Perry's last *
your entry. There is nothing to ; 5e ,ut oI week. 1
buy- no box tops no
wrappersare Sunday. school teachers of the I
needed. COST $7,000.00 Model Home Furnished
Hampton Baptist church met at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. D E, I

BOYS GIRLS Hill Thursday evening, March 10, Down Payment 682.00 By i
HURRY for a buffet supper and meeting.J. .
W. Home and son, Billy, left
Contest ends April 15th Sunday by train to drive Mr. Leila'sLandscaping

Home's daughter, Mrs. Dick Williams Monthly Payments 41.96
Get Contest Blank and son Richard home from *
I By
At Superior Ice Cream |Columbia, S. C., where her husbandhas .
Dealers been stationed. Mrs. Williamswill
Today *
stay in Hampton with her Starke Nursery
parents while Mr. Williams is stationed -
in the Panama Canal zone.
I Mrs. Virginia Williamson Bradley Denmark Furniture '

was honored with a miscellaneous 3 BEDROOMS Company I'I'II
L y ,, bridal shower at the homeof

t jl want my Mom! She's out again making her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Hot Point

I another one of those long trips around town \ Williamson in Hampton, Thursday II COST $8,000.00 Appliances j'':
I, evening, March 17. Games, opening i i

S elUfYV .
ICE CREAMIs '- Mr. and Mrs. Louis Prevatt of

ri'fiffi Y NOT NEaSSARY HICKS Columbia, S. C., visited friends in CLOSING COST You are cordially invited to visit this modern ;;:
Hampton Sunday while spendingthe r I functional, Low Cost Home with Quality Features. ;!

Good Food forEverybody .CAN BE MAILED SO EASILY. MOM SHOULD weekend with Mr. Prevatt's I Monthly Payments 48.96 The ideal home for complete enjoyment of wonderful .:M i
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Prevatt,

Mr. and Mrs. Rollin Janey of "
TM word for fin Ice
Jacksonville visited Mr. and Mrs. I 1 I
Cream Is Superior/ Buy Arnold Haddock Sunday.
tome of this good, whole. :Merle L. Packham, pastor of FOR COMPLETE INFORMATION CONTACT

some, delicious Superior nI Hampton Baptist church, announced -
food at your dealer's to. his resignation from his dutiesat r
day. Many flavors Deal.| the monthly business meetingto WARREN CONSTRUCTION COMPANY

en tell Superior In Pints, eru.r apologize for any omissions. ,I'
Cones, Cups and 1 H Gallon- Member Florida National Group Anyone having an item to report

Family! Size Packages. may call Keystone 4127, and then II Telephone 415-W 227 Temple Ave. P. 0. Box 787 Starke, Fla.

watch for the paper on Friday, for ..
I it'll be in! "


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Doctors Hospital Birthday Party Home DemonstrationClub Beta Sigma Phi I tition- for final- discharge-- and that Max. Viscosity Index M Mm

I will apply to the Honorable I Six months supply fud:1.]. .
Scene Of Open House For Betsy Matthews OrganizedAt Has Cancer Project Theron A. Yawn, County Judge of proximately 250000 gallop nuitt-r.p-
Iradford: ,
County. Florida on April 2 fuel (inliaUgidit> \1'I Jo
Sunday AfternoonThe State FarmA I 12 1955, for approval of same and /o5
i Little Betsy :Matthews was for final .
Adoption of a Cancer ; discharge as Executrix of The said Cry: rtstrxe- : '
Closet c::
I!hostess to her kindergarten class project : the es-tate of Mrs. John Uglow. to acitpt or rcifi-t any ., .1 !t.,."-.
I newly remodeled and enlarged new Home DemonstrationClub for supplying materials to Can-' Dated: :March 9th. 1955. IXitfd th.-- 1 i lax. ".f :\(.,* II. i
Doctors Hospital was the jat i a delightful birthday party last cer patients was decided on at the i i ta) Carrie l"glowaid, CITY 4 '1.' T\r.KK: Flx}l.\;!;
,Saturday afternoon from 4 to 5:30: was formed Tuesday at the Executrix of the estate of Mr 1'3t.'a'.i.; 'I n-, .' ty t'-l .
scene of a lovely "open house"Sunday j I State Farm with 20 people at- meeting of the Beta Sigma Phi ; John I'glow, deceased ..
in celebration of her
Gladys Mooty afternoon. from two to five versary. anni- tending. Mrs. A. C. Belche was sorority held Monday night at the j 2 IS 4t 4f' II I I
o'clock. home of Norma Currie. Names of!'
Phone 35 elected to head the organizationas In The County Juilce'n ("..urt..f '
Graceful arrangements of Spring The Matthews home on Eighth president and those to serve new pledges were presented at this I Bradford ('..u II I,., Klorida. CHIROPRACTIC

.. flowers and potted plants were street was attractively decorated time and Helen Malone, social In Probate. ,
with her
rrrssrrrsSrSflSSSSSSrSSSSSSSSOutstanding :Mrs.
-- -rrS 1 are H. J. Kucera, IX RE Estate of CONRAD
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placed at points of interest for the party with arrangementsof vice president; Mrs. L. C. Smith. chairman, reported that the first!'also known as O. LETSCH:; LVcta j I, Is not only effective in regain-

Young People Get RecognitionAt I throughout. the hospital for the pink azaleas and white bridal secretary-treasurer; Mrs. John W. rushee party will be a hamburger j ed. :NOriCF. TO riiKItITOR ins; health but alto in maintaining -

Club Youth Conservation Meet occasion. The beautifully appointed wreath. The dining room table, Strickland, council delegate and fry and "crazy hat" party at the 1 All persons having claims or demands health.
\ overlaid with a pink cloth ; against the estate of Conradl..tsc'h. It is true
refreshment table with an imported party Mrs. J. E. Edwards home of the president Martha i that thou nd., of
alternate also know as C. Lrftsch. deceased -
ecru lace cloth held a fan-j carried out the Easter motif with council delegate.At Yancey, on March 23. [ are hereby notified and required people have suffered needlessly

shaped arrangements of white car- i a pink and white embossed doll Following the business meeting to file their claims in the because th'yl'r6 unavvtre ot
the next meeting the ladies |office of the County Judge of Bradford -
nations intersperced with velvet I birthday cake as a centerpiece. At will learn a stork shower was given by the. County, Florida, in the County the benefits of Chiropractic

shamrocks and plumosos fern. The |one end of the table was a tray to decorate hand towels members for Mrs. Kitty Carter. !Court House at Starke, Florida. Then some- friendtold th.mi I
with Swedish within eight calendar months from
darning. A study of I '
centerpiece was balanced by a I holding Easter biddies and the colors will Refreshments were served by the date of the first publication of how the Chiropractor had located -

three-branched candelabra holding other end of the table held a cart be made in connectionwith Mrs. Currie and the co-hostess, I II .this notice, or the same will be-J the! cause of sonupn-- I
the Swedish darning.All I' come void according to law. This I
burning cream-colored tapers.Dr. drawn by bunnies holding suckers I Betty Deas, to the IS members!I.!March 15, 1955. \ious illness they had had and

and Mrs. Calvin J. Houpt 'which were the children's favors. interested ladies at the Farm I i present. I II I| (s Administratrix) Elizabeth Letch of, the Estate found a pinched nerve to he

greeted the guests at the door and Assisting Betsy's mother, Mrs. "1 are particularly invited as new projects -I I, of Conrad Letsch deceased. the cause of the disorder. Removal

Mrs. L. F. Dinkins was in chargeof E. L. Matthews, in serving and will be taken up from time to Informal Party \i! 3,18 4t 4:SI of the nene pressure had.
the guest book. Miss Jean i caring for the guests were Mrs. time.Miss i I\I CU.L FOK 1)11>- I restored normal health.

Mundy presided at the punch bowl ,j Vernon Silcox, Mrs. Harry Mooty, Ross, the Home Demonstration ForReturnedService !i Sealed bids will be received b\ Since each organ innur

and Mrs. W. B. Mundy, Jr. took :Carolyn Kaufmann, Patricia Hum- Agent, urged everyone to( Men 'Starke:the City at Council the City of Office the in City Starke.of I body !ir5 controlled bj the nerou -

moving pictures during the after- I phries, and Betsy's sisters, Mary plant zinnia seed now in order I I[Florida until o:uo I'M on Tuesday, \" > system jou should consult
noon. in 'Agnes and Anne Matthews. Also to have flowers to enter in the ,the 14th day of April, 1955, at which
Assisting serving were I I An informal get-together, wel-,:time and place all bids received jour Chiropractor at regular I
Mrs. Lex Green, Mrs. Garl:present for the occasion were show in June. coming home from overseas Cpl. will be publicly opened and readaloud intervals to l he assured of the

Mathews. Mrs. Russell Thomas ;i Betsy's two grandmothers, Mrs. I The achievement day program |Leonard M. Noegel and Sgt. Edward -!! Regular, on the gasoline following delivered supplies City best of health.

Mrs. Jerry Gay, and Miss Pat I JW. E. Middleton and Mrs. E. S. April 8. in Starke was announcedand I L. Parker. was held Saturday Tank at City Light & Water Remember an ounce of pre-

.. Lamb. Taking the guests on a tour Matthews.The all invited to attend and con- '!I night in the Tabernacle annex.I Plant oils, Starke retailing Florida at 40c: per Lubricating quart-, venlion N worth more than a

t of the hospital and explaining the I 21 little guests enjoyed .tribute to the event. |Games were played and refresh- for a period of MX months. I pound of cure.
I i i The said City reserves the
different departments were: Mrs. games during the party hours. I Miss Ross gave a short talk on ments enjoyed by the 27 friends.accept or r..j..t any or all bids.right to I

Eunice Moncrief R.N.. Miss Eme- I the correct posture in doing housework !I1 attending. I'1955.Dated this 16th day of Mar., In Starke It's The

line Kelly R.N., Miss Ida Merritt. Mrs. Henderson being the keynote in reducingfatigue Cpl. Noegel and Sgt. Parker;, 'ITY OF STARKE, FLORIDA, BOLLINGERCHIROPRACTIC

Mrs. JoAnn Smith Rowe (second from left) h shown receiving a R.N., Miss Loree Rose, R.N., and [ thus using less energy and [served both in Korea and Japan I By: Carl Johns, City Clerk.

IkIen'Bond at the Woman's Club meeting last week in recognition Mrs. Nora Patray. (Honored At Shower getting more work done and improving during the last 15 months. I :HS 3t 4, i

of her many activities in church) school, and community. Presentingbond I Rev. Lewis D. Haines hald a !I ones looks. She showed an I ,, TILL FOIL II1IIS II CLINIC

Dave Paulk who had charge Dedication Service at 2:30 o'clock. Mrs. W. E. Henderson, the former ironing board which could be ad- i Sealed bids will be received by
is Mr%. \V. B. Se'wt'U, at left is Mrs. I I bride Garden Club the City Council 2 blocks north of Post Office
Barbara Prevatt, recent ,, of the City of
the 350 Dr. a ,
of the program, and at right Is! Mrs. II. B. Pejton, club *ice president I Among guests were : justed to any height for sitting or i (Starke at the City Office in Starke.
I I and Mrs. John B. Hull and daughter -I was the inspiration for a lovely standing while ironing. i The Governing Board of the j Florida, until 5:00: p.on Tues- Office hours daily except: Thurs.

awarded the Official Ambassador Suzy, of Daytona Beach, Dr. miscellaneous shower given Thursday day the 5th day of April, 1955, at 9:30 to 12 l:30toaSO
The Youth Conservation: program by After the meeting refreshmentswere i Starke Garden Club will meet .which time and place all bids received :
under the chairmanship of Mrs. and Good Will Committee of Paul Wilson of Ocala, President of evening. Mar. 10, at the homeof served to the will be publicly opened and Mon., Fri. & Sat. Evenings 7-8
following ones [Thursday evening. Mar. 2l, at 7:30 i read aloud
Mrs. Thomas. Hostess. on the following
Mallory :
Dave Paulk was presented at the the State of Florida under Nathan the Florida Osteopathic Medical present: Mrs. L. F. Chapman, Mrs. Six months supply of lubricating Thursday! Appointment
Assn., Dr. and Mrs. H. B. Merner, es for the affair were :Mrs. R. L. j o'clock at the home of the president -oil, approximately
the StarkeVomans Mayo. gallons
of ;
March meeting L. E. Dugger, Mrs. R. E. Williams, I Colored patient seen" by
Dr. Thomas, Mrs. :Mallory Thomas,. [ Mrs. Hazen. specifications.API. Gravity %4.S.
after- Following the business meeting, A. F. Frederico, Mr. and Mrs. I M. F.
\ Club, Wednesday Mrs. Eva Durden, Mrs. E. R. Taylor -, Maximum Pour 0 degrees F.. Minimum Appointment.
noon of last week in the club house. Mrs. Dave Paulk presented a pro- Gene Hapner and family, and :Miss Mrs. Ford Manning and Mrs. Res- Mrs. John W. Strickland Mrs. I | Flash 415 degrees F, Savbolt
:Mrs. H. B. Peyton, first vice- gram entitled "What 95 per cent Frances Park, all of Jacksonville, sie R. Thomas. ,J. E. Edwards, Mrs. L. D. Dobbs, 'In The tlri-uU Court Of Florida. ]|I"Viscosity i IW:! > degree, {f F.41 I till degrees. 'a 2111 5'degr..esIF. .. 615 Phone 108A4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALAAAAAAAAAAAAALAAAAAAL

president, presided at the meetingin of our Youth are doing". The Dr. and Mrs. W. Parsons of Key- Spring flowers were used to advantage Mrs. H. J. Kucera, Mrs. A. C. I r.lchlh. Judicial firruit.. In And ., 60 64. Carbon 1Jutue ft 0.L'a'v;

the absence of the president. following BHS youths were recognized stone Heights, Mr. and Mrs. T. T. in decorating the party' Belche, Mrs. L. L. Wainwright, I .'.In.r Bradford CbamcrjS -.('ouat,. ,

Preceding the business meeting, for the part they had played Walker and daughter, Pam, of rooms for the occasion. Mrs. L. C. Smith, Mrs. H. M. N. BUOWX AND LITIU.E I
the devo- during the past in Church, Bartow, :Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Dou- the I IBr.OWN.: his wife l'lainLiffs :
Mrs. F. B. Beard year Games were played during .
gave 'I Richarde, Mrs. James H. Murphy, JAUMAND R. KttEPT, et al.! !>.> ; There's Always Something
tional on Youth. Mrs. Paul Bridges School and Community activitiesand berley and son, Wayne, and j evening and prizes were awarded'Mrs. Frances McLendon, Mrs. .fpndants.OKlIKIt. .

finance chairman, reported that spoke on that subject. Charles I daughter, Janet, of Avon Park. :to Mrs. Nora Price of Mobile, Ala.,' Mark E. Adams, Mrs. Frances 1- OF PI TO III.IC U.TilE '.\TIU..:\n," AMNOTICK )

$145 was made on the Fashion Kirkland, President of Hi-Y, talkedon and Mr. and :Mrs. Earl Garrison :.Mrs. Vergie Flynn and :Mrs. Edna, Shealy, Mrs. Dollie Pace, and Mrs. STATE OF FLORIDA TO: I COOKIN'AT

Show held last month. The money designing automobiles for Gen- and Mrs. Inez Shulz of Interlachen.Prevatt. mother of the honoree. Milo Seigler.IReddish. ollliiBsworth F. ('. HollingsTvorth whose and residence Annie and P.
is to be used to furnish a room in I eral Motors. Joyce Scholl, President -I I I I [address i iq Starke. Florida: :
the Little Women. JoAnn Armand R. Krept; Cecilia Jo=e-
Mrs. of Woodman
the new County Hospital. [
Davis-Stokes Home ,..binEArm'tr..ng and husband. John
J. W. Kincaid, president, and Mrs. I Smith Rowe, talked on Girls State i M. Armstrong: Agnes I... Skellev.iOra :
and her work as Head Ma rette. 'To Meet TuesdayMembers 'I' I... Mullins. II. B. Hawk and ::3 JUNE'S FINE FOOD GRILL
A. Z. Adkins were delegatesto II | I The wedding of Miss June Scene Of Joint I wife. Mr*. S. M Hawk: :Miss Mamietinffis
the State convention: in April.It Margaret Rose Duncan, accom- Stokes of Mr. and Mrs. it ; John B Thomas and wife. ..
was moved that the president panist for BHS Glee Club, presented of the Supreme Forest I I daughter .:!Birthday PartyThe iMathilde'1' Thomas: Rertha Mi Wain.i : .4.. (VAX'S CAFE BUS STATION)
Woodman's Circle will meet Tues- I I Elmer Stokes of Brooker and Alvin i if alive and the unknown spouse of ,
appoint alternates if the case pre- a piano solo. DeWayne Elder. each of them if alive. and if any )I.IRILL MASON, ManagersWE
and Mrs. Jeff I
at 7:30 in Davis son of Mr. and Mrs. P. ...
Boy's State delegate, talked on day evening o'clock the I home of Sheriff of them lie dead to the unknown 4
sents itself. Mrs. K. G. Duncan,
WOW hall for their regular monthly -,Davis of Graham, will take place i D. Reddish was the scene of a..I spouse. heirs devisees grantees : SPECIALIZE INBusinessman's
chairman, Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and sports. Bobbe Bastedo, superiorin ,Sunday afternoon :Mar. 20, at 4. .[legatees, assignees creditors and
voice and vocal solo. T. J. meeting. ; i combined birthday celebration on other claimants. by. through. underor i : 65c Plate Lunch
Mrs. T. B. Harding were appointedon
the nominating committee. Of- Alderman, Jr., Boy's State, spokeon During the business meeting a I II o'clock in the Dedan Baptist:I I Sunday with anniversaries being above against named each personsho and every art of deceased the-, j Steaks Chops Soups Homemade Chili

"My Work as Drum Major". delegate and alternate will be Church. J'celebrated by Drew Reddish, who' ; and all other persons hayIng .
ficers and chairmen were remindedthat selected to attend the State Con The reception will follow the wed..I was 81. J. S. Sapp, who was 74. ; or claiming any right, title, VISIT GUI FOUNTAIN E
Pat State
committee reports are to be Bowers, Boy's spoke on lien or interest in or to the following -
handed in at the April meeting.Mrs. ''ny Christian Work. Carolyn Crews' vention in Gainesville, Apr. 24-26. I ding service in the Community: and Vernon Reddish, who was 21 :' lands situate in Bradford County : Shakes Malts Sodas Sundaes

: W. B. Sewell. secretary. entertainer on radio and piano solo. Mrs. Wesley Andrews was appointed :I Center in Brooker. !years old. The Florida Southwest to wit Quarter of the : Special Sunday Dinners -- 85c E

presented Mrs. JoAnn Smith Rowea Sylvia Paulk, entertainer on radio as state assistant musician at I: All relatives and friends of the:I The dinner party was held in : Xorthwest Quarter of Section Range 13.Township 22. :

$25 savings bond. The award and popular song soloist. ,the convention. couple are invited to attend the: the Reddish's back yard where I East containing 6 South.40 acres, moreor 4 r.s. E\erjboily Loves Our Coffee 5c cup E Eand

was made for outstanding services The BuS dance band, under G. I Refreshments will be served by, i!picnic tables were set up. less, except' that portion : our Hamburgers are tasty and good
the Ij i wedding and reception.Monarch thereof conveyed to Hradford
Grove after the meeting.
rendered to the Church, School and A. Rimert, was on hand to fill in : Enjoying the occasion with the: County Florida by Dt't'dt'UI- .TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTY ,

Community. The selection of Mrs. with outstanding talents which j I II -- 1 1 I hosts and honorees were Mr. and !j ed January INiok 79.IS. 1955.rage, record:389. Public>'d inDeed _______--'___ -- ,

Rowe was made by:: seven local [were a big hit on the program.The I Mrs. G. W. Andrews, Mr. and Mrs. I Records of Bradford Counti. i 4' :_ : "" :-: =--= :==---== ,

civic organizations. DeWayne mothers of all the persons ,Bill Tilley and family Mr. and I Florida. .for road right of way

Elder, high school athlete, received appearing on jthe program were LIrcaMYAhLdbbSchool's I Ii ..:Mrs. Richard Ray and children of I[ purposes.You and each of you are hertv l
also two 1 Jacksonville, Mr. and :Mrs. notified[ that a Bill of Complaint
second place. recognized, grandmothers, Ij i Dewey I has been filed in the Circuit Court Opening Saturday
The resolution on 11e death of Mrs. G. W. Alderman, grandmotherof j J Warren and children, airman 2-c ''of Bradford County. Florida. in

the father of the president) of the T. J. Alderman, Jr., and Mrs. and Mrs. Dolph Reddish of West[',Chancery Brown by his S. N.wife Brown as Plaintiffs and Lucille 1

club was read and adopted by the R. C. Weaver of Miami, grand- out until Monday, tra- Portable Sewing Machine 1 Palm Beach, Mrs. J. S. Sapp and .and against you and each of you

mother of JoAnn Smith Rowe. Also la wouldn't it be wonderful to in the "count the freckles on the I Mrs. Drew Reddish. [as defendants; that the and nature confirm of MARCH 19
club.Certificates said suit is to quiet
of meritorious serv- recognized were Dr. Calvin Houpt, be off from Wednesday afternoon I boy's face" contest printed in this the title of plaintiffs S. K. Brown

ice, for dispensing courtesy, good sponsor of Hi-Y, and Mrs. Houpt, until Monday morning with nothing paper three weeks ago Congratulations Circle WSCS and above Lucille described Prown.lands his as wife a fee to Dimple the- I I

will, hospitality and friendship sponsor of Little Women. They to do but eat, sleep, swim and '!I title: and you are required to !

throughout the State were givento were praised for their outstandingwork be merry for four whole days? See the Robeit Dobbs have !Met Tuesday appear answer! and and pleading serve a copy on Plaintiff's of your STARKE BAKERY

Mrs. W. B. Mundy, Jr., Mrs. with the youth of the com All the schools in the county are moved into the Ennis Apts. on I BP\V NoticeCircle attorney A. J. Thomas, Jr., whose ;

Dave Paulk Mrs. C.J. Houpt, Mrs. munity. closed Thursday and Friday So the Madison St. Yvonne and L. M'I address file the original is Starke.of Florida your answer'and or to
W. H. Nollman, Mrs. Bertha During one of the talks by the teachers can attend the FEA convention Norman have moved into the F. 4 of the Methodist WSCS !pleading In the office of the undersigned -

Pearce. Mrs. C. L. Scholl Mrs.G. teenagers on the program it was in Tampa But some of Long upstairs apartment, and the I!met Tuesday evening in the educa-!April IS.Clerk 1955 otherwise of Circuit the Court allegations on- WALNUT STREET

S. Newcomb, Mrs. W. B. Sewell, brought out that the City of Starke the younger set haven't been having -!M. W. Lances and daughter, Bar-I tional building with Mrs. Leo I of said complaint will be takEnas

donated last for bara have moved into their new! ', confessed bv you.
Miss Clara Leaman. Mrs. P. J. only $161 year it so merry lately tho' Champion and Mrs. Lola Garbettas I I IT IS FURTHER: ORDERED: that
Quattlebaum, and Mrs. J. W. Kinraid. youth activities, of which $125 of Frances Landrum and Charlene home in Saratoga Heights. j hostesses.For 'this Order of Publication and =Notice PIES

These certificates wereLEttOMFJXlt the amount went towaid a water Hardy, who were basking in the j Orchids to Dr. Lemuel Colson i be forthwith published consecutive once weeks each in
week for four
the devotional the circle
fountain in the City Park. It was ,sun last :Sunday trying"n L i0: get L at who will celebrate his 81st birth-) 'the Bradford County Telegraph a
said that this was inadequate for premature sun tan, got an overdose ,|I:day on Sunday Dorothy Ross I gained church.: the Mrs.prayer R. S. Mullins group in was the in duly in qualified sdid County.newspaper published CAKES

: youth work in a town the size of of or sol and were paying I|was honored at a party in the;iI I Witness my hand and filial

,- : Starke. the penalty for days afterwards ![I County Agent's office Tuesday I I charge in the form of the of program a radio which broadcast was '!.Fpal Florida at this St.uke.Man It Bradford 1& 19S3.: Count>. ROLLS

.. The club house was attractively I and Morris Carter, Jr. received aj'i:morning by the office force in celebration -[: !(OFFICIAL .SEAL; ) Charles A. Party

-- decorated for the afternoon's meet- painful sprained neck while playing!! of her birthday Suzan- ;.'telling:: about :Methodist sponsored | Clerk Bradford..f Circuit''..unt Court.. Florida.I of .
schools in Louisana Cuba Brazil
inf in the St. Patrick motif and : at the Heilbronn school Monday ;!!ne Judd and Gayle Edwards gave a |; I| 2/1S 4t4,8 DONUTS
and Puerto Rico. Mrs. C.
COlOl ful spring flowers were placed II little Jean Vickers, 2 1-2, slip-I!!surprise birthday party in their I Ii Ii : ,|Noiice Of Adoption- Of Ursolution
Bradford and Mrs. Olin White Jr. .
at points of interest. The mem- ped on her Mom's newly waxed iI j i i 3rd grade classroom Monday j I I i Of City Council Of City of Morl.". COOKIES
I II the teachers in the Of I
bers of the Little Women's Club, floor last week and received a afternoon for their class interne. ]represented 1, Kluridn. Closing 1'.rH..n" IHn-n-
I u"ed ri.iltrd !Mrrrts And
I who were honor guests at the meeting (i fractured left leg Mike Seigler I I Joan Carson of the U of F. .1|'i schools giving on spot reportsof o'lalmln11" Might Of City AndThe .
their school problems. In \nui To The Land
> IMihllr
decorated the tea table. The of the State Farm received Mary Anne Graudon celebrated Thereof
[ al I I Lying W ithin 'I he fonflufh I
table was attractive with a imported last her 4th birthday last Thursday with I I A Duet, "Jesus Calls Us" was i
i broken arm at one day i iI (, !' YOl'R PATRONAGE WILL BE APPRECIATED
cutwork cloth and cen- 1 of her little sung by G. S. Newcomb and Mrs. 'TO WHOM IT MAT CONVEUN:
was I week and young Bill Powell, II, i ia i party for a few j I I I I Notice is hereby given that ""
tered with an artistic arrangementof :broke his arm Sunday when he,;[friends at her home at Kingsley i iI |i Del CoUey. Mrs. Mullins acted as March 15th 1953. in nccordaii- with HENRY PHIPPS Prop.
Council of
,,'. ,
Florida [.a th! City
white carnations interspersedwith i fell off a horse Ann Savage Ii j jI i I Lake and last Saturday eve- I the City ff Starke. Florida. adopted

green velvet shamrocks and i and White, who were supi t[ning Jimmy Wiggins was host atj I I II I The business meeting was conDucted a Resolution closing vacating and ,. _

plumosos fern in a low boat-shaped I i posed Bobby to have their tonsils taken j|I a wiener roast at his home on !i iI i I by the leader, Mrs. HenryG3dwin. (j abandoning unused platted the streets portions decriI'd t.f cert.i'n..1jfollows .,__ .. _ : _.' __'n. : ___ : ___ 7

container. Three-branched silver out last month, came down with Thompson street where games i i :
I I In E. )V. Hayes Subdivi'.i'nSections n/
candelabra holding burning green |i the measles instead and so this were enjoyed after refreshments I'I'I I I Refreshments were served to the 2!. :S3: Township t; Sou".
tapers balanced the centerpiece. enjoying the party were :Judy 22 Ea't. according to pia
!Thursday they went to St. Vin- I II i 7 members and one visitor present-! Range

St. Patrick napkins and tiny cakes ;[! cent's Hospital to undergo the I Dankel, Elissa Stefanelli, Sylvia :j i i of Page same 48,recorded Public Records in Flat of J"k: Biad-

B.. TraClreddie holding shamrocks and "Pipes of I tonsilectomy am sorry to hear I I Paulk, Virginia Jean Darby Kay I ford ('ountFlorida: SAVE
01' Erin" further carried out the Underhill IVomts.Council 1. PINE STREET running fr it
; Fit I that Martha Susan Ritch has been 'Walrath, Glenda Vivian I( State Road No. 2011 on thiWest -

Finds way theme. Presiding at the two coffee So sick in bed the past week i ihere's I'I'I j Garcia, Lera Jane Lawson, Freddie i Of Christian Church to its interne I-.11' ,
To services at each end of the I Stevens, Mike Goldwire Bert Mc- : with the Westerly rll'ht"f
get the job done hoping all our little victims!( Raise FundsPlans way line of Oak Street Ir., -
Com what may. table were Joyce Scholl, presidentof wiU be able to be back in harness!I Ghee. Archie Green, Johnny Gools-To the East.
I| AGXOI.f.STP.ECT rtinnlns: *
2 }(
the Little Women and Jean ''by $70
,by Monday. Billy Dampier, Tammy Dyal for two bake sales to help from Pine !Street on th
Mundy. vice-president of Little Duncan U home this I and Reason Kirkland and assisting Xorth to its lnter--p ionwith
Kaspar in the First
pay far new pews the Northerly rightof.
Women. Joan Scholl. secretary I week from Emory Un!. for his were Peggy Ann and Don I Christian Church were completed way line of Hayes Avenue on

Little punch tabla.Women.} presided at the I:dish,spring returned holiday home. Cpl.Friday Vernon Red-with l I Neel.Enjoyed seeing Dolph and Shir-j jat I a meeting held in of the the parsonage Woman's1Council 3. MAPLK the from South.Pine STREET Street on running the Lovely 7-Pc. LIVING ROOM Suite

Mrs. Gail Mathews served as :his discharge from Fort Riley, i I'ley Reddish up from West Palm I'Tuesday night. The sales will be North the to South Its intersectionwith line of the
co-chairman with Mrs. Paulk for !Beach last weekend Looks as
: Rowe was North of SoutheaMQuarter
Kas. Pvt. Jimmy held on Call St. this Saturday and Quarter
the meeting. Hostesses were Mrs. Lewis I if Dolph is already gettin' that I I of Section' 32. Township .
Fort ,
I have left &
supposed to r.ext. Purchase of the new .
( pews ,
6 South. flange 22 EaM -
J. H. DuPre Mrs. Frazier Shaw. {"married man" look kinda fat gJ11
7 for duty Southrriboundary
being the
Wash. on llonJay.Iar. I a project sponsored by the Council ( present
Mrs. Marcus Brown Mrs. George in Fort j an' sassy you know Hear that jis or City Limits ol
while he was
in Korea I and it is hoped that they can the City of Ptarke, Flor.daion J
Patten Mrs. Robert Green, Mrs. and Dave Simpson. who bears the
his nncle South.
Lewis he telephoned on
be for when they are installed
,; J. R. Kelly, Mrs. Joe Andrews. :Distinction of being the only bache-! paid 4. HICKOP.T STREET: r irn.,ne
W. Reese
and Mrs. R. .
PHONE 414-J aunt. Sgt. the last week of April. All women from Pine Street.n I h.
Mrs. Edward Burns, and Miss in the Rotary Club was I I
i at Larson Air Force Base Moses jlor !10f the church are asked to contribute North to its intersecuor!
Florence Jennings. at the Wednesday luncheon with the South hn' .4 tl.
i Lake, Wash., former Starke residents i to the sale. Xorth Quarter of So'i'h.! i>-,
[ Seaman Bobby Wigginsis !meeting with his dealer's license I Quarter-of Section 32. T"\\.'
plate which he is alleged to have Hostesses for the Tuesday meeting ship 6 South. Range 22: Ri-'
: home on 30 days leave from me ;
lost off his at certain I[ Mrs. J. E. Sherwood.Mrs. (being the present South::
Alamenda car a spot were boundary Limit5-
I Naval Air Station. ) or City 1

Calif. hear that Cpl. Wesley R. ;the other night further details 1 Clyde Colson. and Mrs. W. L. the the City South.of Starke, Florida
not The welcome matis
I have
is stationed in Note Xo of IIATEfAVENUE
Andrews, who Andrews. Taking part on the : portion ,
out to Bob Hall formerly with running fr..n \
Korea was one of the 30 men I program were :Mrs. Millie Fogg, County Graded Road on th.
JOHN F. (Bill) GREENETAX selected out of the 15.000 men Florida Athletic Equipment in West to Oak Street on th< ,

stationed there to attend the .Gainesville, who recently took over I I Mrs. Xovis Ward. Mrs. Austin East Is to be affected. 1
CONSULTANTSOlson Ordnance School in Japan as plant manager at Big Dad I Winkler, and Mrs. Susie Beaver. and right renouncing of the City and disclaiming the Public an ir) .-. .. ... I
honor. !He replaces Cliff Suttle who is and to the lands lying within th -- .. ... t
quite an I I <
confines of said portions 'If saic
Building S. Walnut Street Starke Spotted June Edwards (Mrs. W. i now with Chatham Blanket Co.I WSCS To MeetThe Pine. Magnolia, Maple and H.ckon i
in N. C. Streets aforesaid.
H. this week Sofa
Ill) town
arounj -- Large 'I
Dated this 15th day of MarchA.
PHONE 14 visiting her parents the J. G. Hear the Junior Woman's Club I regular business and pro- D.. 1955.OFFICIAL.
I made $SS on the cake mix sale ( SEAL) (s) Carl J..h:." Only
Caldwells at the State Farm .
i iI gram meeting of MatchingLounge
City Clerk City of Starke 1
FARMER BUSINESS INDIVIDUAL RETURNS she is returning to her husband's i!staged in local groceries last v"eeki i WSCS will be held Monday after- Florida.
end At a commission of five It 3 '1In '-
base at Fort Eustis Va. on Friday' I noon at 3 o'clock in the church I Chair ;

I Herb Thomas has had some j I' or ten cents per package that'sa sanctuary.The County Judge's ('0 ar t. ,
Special Rate Short Forms lot of cake mix! Those girls Bradford County. Florida. 95
on exciting visitors in the week j the
past i program will be under TO ALL WHOM IT MAT CONCERN 2 Beautiful Table Lamps 1
salesmen .
must be Local
Bill Correll and Bobby Loftin of super direction 'of Mrs. Millard Judd, Notice is hereby given that I bavi.) "

a OPEN ALL DAY EACH FRIDAY S the New York Giants and Mr. and I merchants better sign a few of 'em secretary of Children's Work. Children IN RE Estate. of Mrs. John Uglowdeceased. I 3 Matching Tables :

Mrs. Moose Williams of Columbus, [up who have been attending the :nnrK or FiM\c. PETITION *
Well, seems to be all for now FOR FIVU ni'-ciruiGB OF {
Ohio of the Kansas Athletics
City Missionary Study for the past ten EXECI'TRI\; $229.95 Value"

hear that Virginia Dixon of j See :you in the next weeks will take part on the pro- filed my final returns as Eiecutrhot !
the Estate .' (
of Mrs Jr.tn ,do\\
Starke won the first prize of a -Carolyn
grant deceased; that I have filed tny pe




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tc tr rsss s rrrJrjrrjrsrrssn, rsrrrrrrSSJtI5t W. A. Stern and daughter, Mr. and :Mrs. Ned Yancey and and other claimants by through or 1 North thirty-two (3!) degreesand boundary of thr right-of-way of I answer and adngen Pl.t: :' -
under it; The Bank of Starke a defunct furty-two (42) minutes East aforementioned graded road said attorney. A. J. Thomas. J- w h.addre.s ,,,.
Louise, were in Jacksonville on daughter, Peggy, were visiting Mr. corporation and its unknown along said Westerly boundary a thord bearing S..uth ten business Tuesday.T. and Mrs. F. A. Stevens in Orlando successors trustees stockholders .- distance of two hundred eighty-j, gret's"est: run thence South file the original of your ait r :
and other claimants by. nine <<<29) feet to a concrete I sixty-seven degrees and forty pleading. in the offue of the oil.-; -
S. Williams returned Tuesday Wednesday of last week. through or under it; The Federal monument: run thence North i (40) minutes East along said signed Clerk of Circuit C-n.it .,

from Akin and Saluda, S. C., after Col. and Mrs. C. G. Blitch of Land tank of Columbia a corpora- eighty-eight (88) degrees and Northerly boundary a distance: of 1 April is, 1955. otherwise the .1:'., c., -
tion: and all other persons havingor fifty-eight (58) minutes West a one hundred "ixtY"l'venl6j* ) tion of said complaint will l't ; ,
:a months visit with relatives and Tallahassee were last Friday visi- claiming any right. title. lien orintere&t I distance of two hundred seventyeight feet to point of beginning. en as confessed! by vou.
in or to the following (278) feet to the Easterly You and eaih of you are hereby IT IS FURTHER OKDEUKI- .
friends. tors of their aunt, Mrs. H. L.
lands; ituate in Bradford ("ounty"Florida boundary of the right-of-way of notified that a Bill of Complaint I this Older ot" Pulolkath.n urn.tue ::0. .
Mr. and Mrs. I. P. Shepherd recently Brownlee.Mr. to-wit former State Road Number 13; I has been filed in the Circuit Courtof be forthwith pul IH THE NEWS A parcel of land containing one run thence in a Southwesterly Bradford County, Florida in week for four mii"'. i.j ,, .\ "
visited their son, Jack, whois and Mrs. George Sweighertof and thirteen hundredths (1.13)) direction along said Easterly Chaneerv. b)' George J. Este and j weeks in the adford CIMIMM T. :.

a patient in the State Hospitalat Rock Port, N. Y. were guests acres, more or less in the South-I boundary and along the arc ofa Bethna Este his wife. .i" Plaintiff. I|rgraih .. dull .niilif.-I: n. \\ :i' ': .
rIll 11II11 ."g j. west Quarter (SW&) ,'urvtaid iur\e having a and air.imtuii ainl! a>.h of jut! l'ul"-h,1, .inl .",'ji:v\
Chattahoochee. of Mrs. Marion Howe last Thurs- Southwest Quarter SW..) of.; radius of on.' th"u-.inJ < ight ... d. t'.. iila't- MM :1 i.t i, itur -.t!.fh.t \\.11"1 lss: !tlhw I .,:01 i -
Mrs. Bertha Pearce the Section twenty-six (26) Township j i hundredixtvon.' .tnd ,-'gtittwo ," \ -i 1. : :i- ',". : ..:1 I i : : :'i'. : '! i '" L: .- :'1 !: I. 'I J' \
Mrs. Grace Welch spent Col. and Mrs. Arthur .
and son, Stump of ,
day.Mrs. Five (5) South. Range huiidrdth't 1 t;I f. 11 : .., ,, r_, I 1-: :. I. 'I \1 I -
Dewey, and Mr. and Mrs. J. R. weekend in Jacksonville with her Lynchburg, Va. were recent guests Kate Sheppard and :Mrs. Twenty-two (2!) East. Bradford i I and being l'IIIa\o' 'hi W. -' fH.. ....:, I ,. \\ IU I\! \ \ ,
County Florida, and a i-hord distan.ii ''fl' 'niiKit'i: '
Stewart and grandson, Buddy daughter, :Mrs. Mary Lane. of Mrs. J. M. Mitchell Eula Priest were in Ft. White Sun- particularly described being as follows more: I' iighiev.n and x ,. i :t' ': I I

Stewart, of Mobile, Ala. were over Rev. and :Mrs. A. O. Sellers of Mrs. L. JC. Pickering, :Mrs. Garl day visiting their brother, Walter For point of reference com- '!t ilSTfi' f'-,.' in. N hr 11.11. ': .

night guests Tuesday o{ Mrs. E. LaFayette. Tenn. were dinner .Mathews, Mrs. Lowell Mathews,, Dennis, who has been critically ill. of mence said it Section the Southwest and run Corner thence i i.

, J. Flynn, Mrs. W. D. Faxon and guests :Monday of :Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Cula Coran, and :Mrs. Verne Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Jackson and East alond the Southerly boundary -
of said Section of
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Waters. F. J. Pellum. Nichols attended a luncheon at the j'i family spent Sunday at Spring two hundred seventy-four a distance and

Mrs. N. B. Rosier and children Mrs. A. M. Pettit and Mrs. R. J. home: of Mrs. Homer Lewis in I'I nine tenths (274.9) feet more .,!

and Mrs. C. H. Dittmar and daughter Davis of Gainesville were Saturday Jacksonville last week. !I Lake. of less,the to right-of-way the Westerly of boundar State)

Mr. andMrs. Sen. and Mrs. Road Number 200 run thenn
Prissy, were visiting guests of Charley ;
Flower Plants Petunias Zinnias I.I
: North
thirty-two ((32) degreesand
R. S. Johns in Lake Butleron E. Johns.. The Johns also had as forty-two (42) minutes East
Sha..ta Daisies, Holljhiwk, I !NOTICE TO AFPKAR
visitor A. J. Cobb of I I. along said Westerly boundary a
Tuesday. Sunday ,
I ..rbt>nia. At Sistrunk's.Mrs. Ira the Circuit Conrl ot BradfordCoantr. distance of two hundred forty-
Miss Louise Stern spent the Marianna.Mrs. I Florida. In Ch&neety.Jcanette .
seven and twenty-three hundredths -
:Mildred Sapp and Mrs. Rhnden. Plaintiff, PaulT
weekend in Lake Hewitt visitingher Herbert Thomas and daughter vs. (247.23) feet to a concrete-
Archie Davis of Ocala visited Mrs.G. lihoden. Defendant.Case monument on the Xortherlybounda..y :
uncle and aunt, :Mr. and Mrs. Kathleen, are visiting Mrs. I E. Miller Sunday. No. 10910otkc of the right-of-way ofa
W. G. Newbern. Irene Roberts in Palatka N ToPPI'.rl graded road for point of beginning -
Thursdayto I Mr. and :Mrs. R. B. Alvarez attended To: Paul T. Ilhoden whose residence From point of begin _
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Rimert and Sunday. and addre is: Baldwin, Flur- rhudrsi ritedontinu
the National Watermelon. Ming
houseguests, Mrs. Virginia Sandersof :Mrs. Ovid Bennett and Mrs. Carl Growers convention at the GeorgeWashington ida.You are hereby notified that a suit /

West Palm Beach and C. H. Lamar Johns were in Gainesville for Divorce -

Yeagle of Hughsville Pa. last Hotel in Jacksonville I has been filed against you in the I
spent shopping Thursday.Mrs. recently.Mr. above named Court and cause and B EAM w
Sunday at Silver Springs. Esther Johnson of Plant you are required to serve a copy of' _
: and Mrs. I. P. hadas
Shepherd -
Vegetable Plants: Tomato, Cab- City is spending several days with your answer or pleading to the com $ .
their guests last Friday and plaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney PICTURE TUBE ___
, bage Collards, Onions. At Sistrunk's. Mrs. W. H. Struth and daughter, Green & Green Starke. Florida _rn--T---:
1 Kate. Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Rodney and file the original in the officeof and '- -- -
Bonner and daughter Ronda: of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on -itr _I
Mrs. M. L. Lawson and children Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Mersereau or before the I
Newman Ga. '
dove t6 Auburndale Sunday to and Edward Parker were in Orlando 18 day ..f April. 1955: ; ,
Mrs. Loyree Hartmann and children otherwise the allegations of said j
visit their husband and father, :M. Sunday visiting relatives.Mr. I will be taken confessed CiNE"
the Complaint as j ENS
Ed and spent GIANT 21-in. SCREEN CONSOLEthe -
L. Lawson, who has been staying and Mrs. Arlen Gay and by you. ,
weekend in Orlando with Mrs. This notice shall be published I
with his brother, Bill Lawson, who daughter, Janine. of Gainesville I' factor
1 Hartmann's brother and sisterinlaw once each week for four consecutive plus
has been seriously ill. They also spent the weekend with Mr. and weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph -. SOMERVILLE, T2250R-Ho famous CINfBEAM PiCTURE .
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Phillips. for CIN BUM -
visited Mr. and Mrs. Frank Castle- TUBE for Double the Picture Power.
Mrs. W. J. Epperson.. New CINE
Miss Kathryn Kelly was home: Dated this 16 day of March, 1955. 1.
. berry while there. Mr. and :Mrs. D. R. Devrick and U. of F. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby ::1 LENS. the plus factor for CINEBEAM concentrates -

I Mrs. Clara Holton of Tampa children, and Theron Hunter and for the weekend from the Clerk of the Circuit Court ClerV i iBy ''. intensity of the picture, virtually! eliminates; "milkiness ,
Mrs. Ed Firth of Davi- Marian' U Crosby, Deputy
spent a few days this week with Sally Ann Epperson spent the Mr. and weeks 3:18 4t 4 8 reduces room light reflections 82%. Built.in antenna.

her sister, Mrs. Freeman Register, weekend at the Devrick cottage on son, Mich. are spending and daughterinlaw two I' ROYAL "TCHASSIS Blond or Mahogany color grained fini h. t

Sr. Mr. with their son .NOTICE TO APPEAR
and Register.
Bedford Lake.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Firth. In Circuit Conrt. Bradford County, I'
:Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Hicks of returned Plnriiiai In Cfcaneery.I I 1\
Mrs. George Flynn Lois Loretta Carter. Plaintiff. v!<. \ UHF and VHF
Miami were overnight guests Tuesday home Sunday after three weeks in I Wiley David Carter. Defendant. I rBULL'S.EYE

i of Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Shep- visiting her son and familythe Case No. 10-911 I 50c Per Day'
I piiIi pard. Tampa Nntlre T* Apprt "But Pa, I told you the only : \ Only
junior Flynns and their new To: Wiley David Carter, whoseresidence I
Cynthia Cox of Live Oak is and address Is: 6194 Con- treasure I ever wanted \\1L.'i a

Wednesday to Sunday baby son. cord. Detroit 11, Michigan.j: ,I RCA Victor television set from 4 -
spending Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp are You are hereby notified that a i
with her Mrs. D. L. CIIAS. C. SHKPIIEKU." i .
grandmother, spending this week in Fort Lauder- utt for UHF.VHF -'- -
of nuinurchild
Divorce and support i
Fri., Sat-:Mar.: 18 19 Silcox. dale visiting Mr. .and Mrs. D. M. .
Cab- .
I Vegetable Plant: nas been filed against you in thl'l --- TUNING
DOUBLE FEATURE Onions. At Sis- above named Court and cause _
I bage, Collards, I Friends of Glen Wood will be you are required to serve a copy of ,

! The Gay Ranchero trunk's. happy to learn that he is getting I your .answer or pleading to the i
I complaint on inc t'IaIntlr' i
Mrs. Pinner of Daytona ; I
Sally '
: With Roy Rogers along nicely in St; Vincent's hOS-' Attorney Alfred (', Scott. ,106 i POWERIZED
Mrs. H. S. Herring of Jacksonville Jatksonvllle.Florida ,
-And-- :Beach ,pital where he underwent an ulcer I Smith Building. I
I I and Mrs. W. H. Lyons of
operation last Saturday.Mrs. and file the original In the office of i + + + $
: The Fuller Brush Girl Kingsley Lake were recent guestsof I P. J. Quattlebaum went to he Clerk of tb* Circuit: Court or Ak AA Aqqi

Lucille Ball and Eddie Albert Mrs. R. A. Newsome. I Lake Wales last Friday where she ar before 18 day the of' April 1955.:>; I i+ +ii #+v44i4icpiN&

, Mrs. Junius Smith was visitingMr. the Passion Play. otherwise the allegations of said ;
Plus Serial 7
Superman Chap.
Nat Sternberg in Comolaint will te taken as confessed V4VYATAT 4 4 ?
and Mrs. I Della Hoover is in River- _ 4
And Cartoon for Children
Daytona Beach Tuesday to Thurs- side Hospital for a few days wherehe This you notice thai be rnnserutlvt published AViYAYATff +4 ? VAVAYYATq T44FU

Sun., Mon. and Tues. |day.Mrs. and is undergoing a checkup. once weeks each In the week End for ford four County Tele. I L L.S IZ E

:Mar.: 20, 21. 22 C. H. Dittmar Mr. and :Mrs. W. W. Sellers of I irrnpnDated
'h. ; I
daugh-I' this 17 Jay of Man 19)5.1
I DOUBLE FEATURE ter. Prissy, of week with(' Burlington, N. C. and Dr. and (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Daro ZENITHBUILTSPEAKER I I J -
this Pour
spending Circuit
Wrike of Graham Clerk of the

I GunfightersWith i Green.mar's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd I t C.Mrs.were Curtis Sunday visitors of Mr. N'I By Marian L. C'osby. Denntv:; IX 4t Clerk 4-5 Trent.RCA Lowest Victor priced 17-inch RCA ____ ___

Scott Barbara
Randolph ,
Mrs. Claude Crowson. -
Victor TV. Cabinet 30%
Brie ton and Bruce Cabot Mrs. T. J. Griffin Miss Annie I| Mis. Morris Carter and son, Notice \doptiua Of ItFMilutlnn ofHr I| !
smaller than models.
prior :
Darby and Mrs. Carrie Ritch of Council of rily .f Drookir.1'lorids. = -
Gilhooleyand ,
I -AndGeraldine- |Morris, Jr., Mrs. Mike flokine: Portions of ra-I' Ebony finish. Matching 4 '
C. S. Mendoza of '
:Mrs. I II
Starke and '
i :Mrs. Clay- and .\ AD --
daughter. uxrd Plaited trees Of''Ind "Roll Around" stand on BLOND VII ROLLED ,, .
I Mr. and j Right
Jacksonville are I I ton Crawford, all of Starke, and .\ IIh'rlallllllIIT Public In .ted To wheels available, extra.

;j With John Carroll, :Mala: Toners Mrs. L. E. Jordon ir Ovieda for a .Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Davenport of I' Ihf('IIu,1 Land I.The>lnsllhiii The Con-i, Model 17S450. GRAINMAHOGANY V JI .

few days. .. Thrrrof. .
and Stan Freberg weekend sight- fin
I. and Virginia spent the TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN': i,. I FINISH CABINETWINKLER I 'Si s a _
P. Shepherd
for Children Mr. and Mrs. I
Plus Color Cartoon seeing in South Florida. I Notice is hereby given that on
Miss Anne Darby spent Tuesdayin Marih 14th, 1955, in a. -.>rdance $159.95
. I Mrs. J. W. Andrews and George the City Councilof It -a
with Mrs. C. C. I with Florida I-
Wed., Thur.-Mar. 23. 2i Jacksonville Roberts. Sr. of Lawtey went to the City of Drooker Florida, i
DOUBLE FEATURE 'Mendoza and Mrs. T, J. Griffin, to Mrs. adopted a Resolution closing vacating ,
Deland on Sunday
, and abandoning the portions oft I
her house guest. Roberts who had spent the past pertain unused platted streets and j
Without Stars .
Rev. Harold E. Bullock was I visiting relatives. alleys described as follow '
a1 I week there In Ward City (Now Rrooker Florida -
Ihuid Farrar and Nadia Gray Greenville S. C. recently for
Mr. and :Mrs. H. O. Buie of Haw- ) according to plat of same
-AndJennifer- three-day annual meeting in the Miss Judy Cason of recorded in Plat Book 1 on page

interest of Southeastern Bible Col- .Pine thoine Level and were Sunday dinner! ford:21 in County the Public Florida Records; of l"rad- 22-1 N. Temple Ave. Phone 166 Starke, Fla.

lege at Lakeland. :Mrs. Bullock Carl An- | i. MICHIGAN; A VE nllwlnlt
and :Mrs.
Ida Lupino- Howard Duff conducted a series of revival meetings guests of Mr. j ji 60 feet wide, running from line
the Easterly right-of-way
Cartoon for Children
Plus at the First Assembly of God ;; and Mrs. of State Road No. IS on the
Pettit R.j!
i M.
1- I in Gainesville last week I Mrs. A. Wet-l to .its intersection with
overnight guests | Northerly prolongation of:
..J. Davis were a
I the Easterly boundary line of

-- j last Friday and Saturday ot11"1 Lot 11 of r.lo-k 3 on the East

l. I II and Mrs. J. W. Andrews. and paid portion of Michigan
described, lying: between -
Griffis and Mrs. R. i j Ave. !here
Mrs. J. D.
mock 6 and the Westerly -
C. Dampier attended the funeralof portion of Block ;S on the
I in I :North _and Block 7 and the
O. A.
their Weterly portion of lto'k S on
Jacksonville Thursday afternoon I the South.i .
i :2.! LIME STREET being liO fret
of last week. | wide. running from the
:Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Newcorab of Northerly right-of-way line
Dedicated To Community Service I!I the weekend with <.f the Seaboard Air Line Uail- CAUTION
Orlo Vista spent toad Company on the South to
"!fo\iN Are Better Than Ever"If I their son and daughter-in-law, )Ir. its intersection with a Westerly the-
prolongation of
and Mrs. G. S. Newcomb.Mr. boundary line of
concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad Northerly
you find your name and Mrs. Crosby H. Daw- Mock ;5 on the North and f-ai
cut ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKETS daughters, Janelle and lying between Blocks
kins and and '7 on its Westerly side and
Jacksonville and Cot lol.kl 5; and S on Easterly'
Sat. March 19-0\LY Sun., Mon. and Tues. ;! Paula, of Sarasotawere I side.

DOUBLE FEATURE I March 20. 21. 22 and Mrs. Robert Clark of :3.: THAT rF.PTAIt.I.F.: '\". being -
J Sunday guests of :Mr. and 20 feet wide, rnnninir
"Silver City" A Star Is Born I Ihrough the center of Blocks -
W. H. Nollman.
Mrs. 7 and 8 parallel to Michigan
Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Middletonand .\ve. from the Easterly riehtwav -
.. "- line of State loud Xo ,. .-
G. E. Cutchen were visitingthe I 18 on the West to its Intl'rsecI I

iLiI Middleton's relatives in Atkinson. tion with a Southerly -
R.itirm of the Easterly I'rf'lon'l
Ga. on Sunday. ary line of I..(.t 11 of
Flower Plants: Petunias, Zinnias -! on the la"t. I WITH TODAY'S HIGH WIND\
: rt'nllnflcingand div-laimlng any
Daisies, 11011)hock, land, -
Shasta ,, riijht of the City and the Public in .
\"f'rbtnla.t SLstrunk'*. >I and to the lands lying within the j.I j.'
confines of said portions of said
Mr and Mrs. W. H. Nollman are I. Lime Street and
I Is ti.hlltan"t'nu"
I spending Thursday and Friday inSt I. that certain alky afore-described. : AND DRY FOREST CONDITIONS

Petersburg visiting Mr. and D.Dated. 19i5OFFICIAL.this Hth day of Man'h, \1 T .

f Mis. W. B. Boyd. Saturday and I ( SEAL)
Franklin-*. Tinn y, .
will be in (")
Sunday the Nollmans city Clerk.'Ity Ii

I I II Tampa where Mr. Nollman class will 1 of Brooker, Fla. It 3/13 ANY FIRE CAN BECOME

annual West Point I
attend the I ______

I I I II reunion and banquet Saturday eve In 1h.Irrult Court Of "" ..rilla. ,)

j I I Ij ning. 1! KlKhlh Judicial Circuit. la And1 i .
Sr. entertained For II.rail ford ('ouat,. A DEVASTATING FOREST FIRES
t Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Quick In ( hnnrrr I.I I.I :

: at a family reunion on .OKOUOK J. KSTES AXO UETH.VAESTES. -
:Mr. and : his wife. Plaintiff! vs.1OIiiA .
.Sunday. Present were LANI AND UUll( R.TIOX .\-
I and Mrs. Ed Millen of Folks- : COMPANY OF FLORIDA fct'al
/ Mr. I
Mrs. Johnny
ton, and Mr. and QflET TITLE ETC. !

)Irs. Quick Jr. of Statenville, Ga., I OHDKH rillUrtTION AMINOIIfK ,
Tn _%l>PK\n
: i Jones and family of Lake City. STATE OF FLORIDA TO:

: I i Jones remained with her !ITIIE Land and Immigration -
:1i With fiarland Pam
:,: I Judy I visit. Company of Florida and its unKnown -
_I 'f Tlu-> I'IIIW Red Grande" Cartoon i grandparents for a week's (, successors, trusteestock-

With F.dmond O.'Brirn and And latest World News !. Mrs. Doris Hanes of Washington Nollman, ,holders through and or under other it: claimant.by.. PLEASE BE EXTREMELY CAREFUL

Yvonne DeCarlo ; D. C. visited Mrs. W. H. Emma Pearce Hill, a widow individually

!Wed. Thurs.March: 23: 24 : last Friday. .' and as sole deceased heir, at whose Law
-And- Daviswere 'of Louis II. 11111.
Crashout : John Mixon and E. M. !(residence and address is Lawtey, I

Blackout business visitors in Jackson- .Florida; Mr P.ertha Sun'key and %WITH ANY FORM
$ ''f. |1\\(. I,. Stuikey, her husband whose I
I rifle last Friday. !permanent residence and address is
ilr and Mis. James T. Stewart jJacksonMlle, Florida Bennett IA.Wilkinson. I
Jr. and I,-rranie P Wil-
ot Tampa visited Mrs. Stewart'smother. ikinson, his wife, whose lesidence

Mrs. M. H. Colley over and address is Jarkson"ilItFlori- OF FIRE!
da; Thomas J. Btirrin. Louise (:!auz-
the weekend. man and Christine M. D Jennings; tfiftt
Mrs P. D. Fancher Sr. was hos- W. Jennings and L.\inc. E.Jtnnings. .
j' his wife, and R. H Smith; i iKrastus
tessto the State Farm Bridge i. (I. Hill Trustee.: Joseph I
of bridge L. L. Sapp. Jr. and wife,
Club at three tables ''Crawshaw;
,!Mary app1.; E. Edwards: W. J. II
43 Thursday of last week. diallings and B. A. Stalling.: A. L. I

Mr and Mrs. F. H. Jenkins of Roberts and Elizabeth Roberts his II
wife; F. H. Long; Clara Markillieand
i Gainesville were Sunday visitorsof ( H. J. Stewart, as guardian of I
Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Colson. Estate of Clara MarKilli.Royal;
George MarkUhe: if alive, and the
Mrs. R. F. Young and Mrs. E. ,unknown spouse of each of them. I

; _|D. Tenly attended the Orchid Show if alive, and if any of them be
dead to the unknown spouse, heirs
in the American National Bank ,devisees grantees legatees, assignees -

1 _ I in South Jacksonville on Sunday. creditors and other claimants Container Corporation of America !
1 tby. through. under or against
}Ir. and Mrs.V.. O. Bridges were and every of the above named per-

.+ J/in Tampa Monday and Tuesday on sons. who are deceased; and The
American Trust Company, a corporation -
'business.Mr. as Administrator of the !

: Mrs. Raymond Howe Estate of Geo. P. MarklUie. also
-I L---- lirTi and known as G. F. Markillie. deceased PULPWOOD DEPARTMENTFERNANDINA I
,Jr. and family of St. Augustine and as trustee of the Estate and

With Dane Clark the weekend with Mrs. Mar- for the heirs of said decedent and
With Bendix Kennedy (spent its unknown successors, trustees,
Plus "Oily American" Cartoon and Plus Gone Fishing Featurette and ion Howe. stockholders, and other claimantsby FLORIDA
I through. or under it; the American I
Chap. No. 10 Serial "Rough Riding" Cartoon Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barksdale Trust Company a corporation. II

,. I and family were in St. Augustineon ,as guardian of the Estate of Royal I II
: ..;; [George Markillie. and its unknown I
Sunday. '
successors, trustees, stockholders, I I




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: :, .. : .5 The hospital is open 24 hours a day with 3
in Starke by holding house to the generalpublic "' ,. .
open it ; ::':'':;t7 :: registered nurses on duty, and IS also equippedto
from 3 to 5 }-
p.m. :' ,, : handle all types of emergency cases.
With our fine new modern addition, the K }:,J-' ,-j-, ,"'':'' ;
hospital! 1 is equipped with 10 adult} beds, 4 children's } .t -- The hospital I.is a member of the AmericanOsteopathic +
beds I with 4bassinets Hospital Association and has been J
completely new -
nursery (
and incubators; Physio Therapy >' -' ':.::::-_._ s.,, accepted by all insurance companies licensed

room; completely I I new S'f or both major I' 't. ...... under the I Insurance Commission of the State '
and minor surgery, Delivery Room, X-Ray and .::..? J:' ,"
Laboratory, Diet Kitchen, and complete sterilization One of the Cheerful, Well-Lighted Rooms '1

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beautiful floral arrangements, and those who

worked so faithfully in helping us make this .

opening a success.
---Dr. and Mrs. Calvin J. Houpt



May Your Splendid Success re Are Proud of The Fact" That f \
Be Even GreaterIn "

This Fine New Hospital Wishes To Doctors Hospital And Supplied The Venetian Blinds
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CALL Dr. Houpt And His Staff
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Sure Siam of The Growth of Starke
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J UIU/ULAWWULUAI Their two sons have enrolled in the Important ProvisionOf reduces fly abundance. Look at the I der with. 1-4 pound of granulatedsugar. clovers without enough leaves to]I.
Lawtey SchooLAn screens on doors and windows and Stir thoroughly and sprin- grow normally. It's possible, points''
LA'WTEYBy Adopted Son New Social repair them if necessary so that kle from a shaker-top can or jar out Dr. Neller, that too closely -& That Our Business

Mr. and Mrs. Luther Hilliard Security LawAn they provide protection againstflies. on the floor. Apply one ounce to grazing also may cause the plants vr.L S If It's Glass We Have It!
.are the proud parents of an adopted Where feasible the entomologist every 500 to 1,000 square feet everyday to die. Hence pasture coverage:' CALL WRITE or VISIT
Mrs Joyce T. FutchiAAAAAALAAAALALAAAAAAAAL son. Daryl Randall. The Hil- important provision of the advocates community wide I until fly breeding has been would be lost. /

.liards live west of Lawtey and are new social security law makes it i sanitation programs for best results -i reduced. Some pasture plants can be Joe Peters Glass Co.
prosperous farmers. We know possible for some survivors of deceased against summer insects. I With both dry and liquid baits, grazed more closely than others.
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Harley and this little man has found a won- I workers who were not eligi- Mr. Brogdon notes that where the entomologist warns, take care Carpet grass and some of the Ber-
.children Elaine and Tommy, spent derful home. ble to collect benefits under the old flies haven't developed insecticide i not to contaminate animal or human muda grasses grow so close to the 1' 'IfIk1! FOR ANY GLASS NEED
the weekend in Daytona with Mr. I lesistance,DDT be used on the, l We Design Modern Store Fronts
The Robert Whitehead family of law to receive them now, accordingto may food or utensils. Don't use II ground that grazing animals don'tstrip
and Mrs. J. R. Edwards.Rev. inside and outside surfaces of livestock Just Mail Us A Pattern for
I Starke were dinner guests of their Ted C. VanAntwerp, district malathion in dwellings or in milk off their leaves as completelyas
Worth of Jacksonville, fill- the Arwoods, on manager of the Social Security! buildings. Methoxychlor used rooms. Don't breathe its spray or! they do for more upright grow Table Tops
ed the pulpit at Woodlawn Baptist Administration. Under this new inside dairy barns still gives the: mist. Store it outside the house. ing grasses. 1313 N.W. 4th PI. Gainesville Fla. Phone 2-4353 I
in the absence of -
Church Sunday most satisfactory chemical control.: and
provision worker who died avoid bringing it in contact
Raulerson.Mr. 'Twas a wonderful sight, when any One of the greatest dangers of! '
Pastor O. J. Both of these insecticides are with skin. Wash
June 1940 your thoroughlyafter
with the after and before Sep- overgrazing is with the clovers,,
150 ,
more than people
and Mrs. Ralph Tate and residual or long-lasting chemicalsthat using it.OVERGRAZING.
tember 1950 is considered to have
at such white and Ladino clover. '
pastor B. W.Wilkinson, gathered I after as
son, of Williston, attended servicesat control flies for weeks
died insured
fully provided he had
I the First Baptist Church Sun- Silver Lake to witness the bap- at least a ;year and a half credit I application to surfaces where flies CAN BECAUSE Clover broad leaves and grow upright and!! I FINEST HOME-COOKED' FOOD
day morning and were dinner tism of 21 persons, who came pro- employment covered under social gather. Useful in this respect is FOR STARVING i are with the fairly large as compared I
the recent narrow leaves of
Christ during
fessing lindane. which be used inside
guests of Rev. and Mrs. Edgar may PERMANENT PASTUREAll
Wilkinson revival at the First Baptist Church. security. I livestock building surfaces, but not !grasses. Dr. Neller suggests that'!
Wilkinson. Mr. Tate and Mr. Mr. 1. Served Anywhere
were once co-workers of Mr. and Mrs., Carl Prevatt and VanAntwerp explained thata in dairy barns or milk rooms. The cattlemen know that starva- cattle or other grazing animals betaken 'I .
Dixie Co. the Truman Noman family spent surviving child, an unremarried entomologist stresses the use of tion of an animal or of a plant is off clover pastures if they
widow of with I S REGULAR DINNERS
the J. any age a young are taking off to much of the':
of the weekend in Ocala with sanitation in conjunction with in- generally due to a lack of nutri-
The Leon family
Starling child of the earner's in her I
wage leaves.FRIGIDA1RE
Jacksonville spent the weekend Prevatt Jr. family. secticides to prevent excessive fly- ents. But, how many cattlemen SHORT ORDERS -SANDWICHES
with the Steve Starling family and I Rev. Troy M. Wakefield, Assist- care 65 an unremarried widow over .breeding.If know of starvation due to over-. HOME COOKED PIES

other relatives.Mr. ant Professor of Rural Education, or an aged dependent parent I flies around the farm have grazing? .._r_ _._ _,_,_r_,_ _._ _,_ -----.w
from the General Extension Divi- may become entitled to }monthly I developed resistance to the above Sound crazy? We thought so
and Mrs. Fred Moore visit- benefits. Such Specializing In
survivors of work- I
sion of the University of Florida, I I insecticides, malathion may be .too but starvation by overgrazing
ed Mrs. Volley Reddish, at the ers who died before .. .. _.
is supplying at the Methodist September used suggests Mr. Brogdon. Three is possible, according to Dr. J. R. \ SEAFOODS AND STEAKS
home of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Godwin 1950 and who
Church until their Conference con- were not eligible for methods-spray and liquid and dry Neller, soils chemist with the Flor- .-.- -.-.- -
at the State Farm Sunday social security benefits before, may I ida THERE'S JUST ONE
venes in June. baits-are effective. Agricultural Experiment Sta-
afternoon. Mrs. Reddish,who has now be eligible. This is true
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. C.I. Sprays consist of 16 pounds of tions. FRIGIDAIREMade
been quite ill, is greatly improved.
though application was not made
and plans to return to her home Kelly during the weekend were earlier, or application was filed and 25 percent wettable malathion pow- Animals allowed to graze too only by General BROWN DERBY
Roy Tomlinson and family of New der in 100 gallons of water. Spray closely remove the leaves of the
here in the near future. disallowed.Mr. Motors Co 'p. All other
River, Mrs. James Thomas of the walls, floor, ceilings and doorsof
John Burr a member of the plant, observes Dr. Neller, and it
: I Electric Refrigerators I
Jacksonville, and Mrs. Thelma VanAntwerp all sur- are
Lawtey School faculty, spent the barns and pens with the spray.To is the leaves that enable the plant Ethel Crews Jeff
weekend with his parents in Mount Kelly, of Green Cove Springs.Mrs. vivors who think they are eligibleo make the spray more attractiveto to grow and utilize soil nutrients I made by other companiesand I and
G. W. Roberts Sr. spent inquire now. Dependent parents flies, cannot use the word C'hanrt').
Dora. the use 2,0 pounds of sugaror such as nitrogen, potassium and Evelyn Wise
several days of last week in Da have until September 1956 under two gallons of blackstrap molasses phosphorus. Frigidalre CAFE
Collie Griffis, a patient in the the new law to Owners Chef
land on business and pleasure.Mr. prove dependencyon or in 100 gallons of
T. B. Hospital near Orlando, spent and Mrs. Jack Estes returned a deceased child who may be syrup Dr. Neller explains! it this way. .. -. ._ _. .. .. '
this "
several days of last week with his from Kingsport, Tenn. last deemed to have died insured. No I Poison spray.bait may be made with It's necessary well known food element that carbon for plants.is a Want A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE h ,-----'. .... -- .. -- ... ---- --, --",--" --._-'---=---

family. While there Mrs. Estes received lump sum payments may be made.
week. malathion by mixing 3 gallons of In fact, it makes about onehalfof ? ?
Rev. Edgar Wilkinson,'and Song treatment at the Kingsport under this special provision. water. 41-2 teaspoons of 40 per the
Director Jack Siemer, are holdinga plant's weight. The only THEN SEE
Community HospitalJanet Unless application is filed, an cent mala'hion emulsifiable con- the
way plant carbon is
two weeks at Bethel
meeting Nichols of Starke is stay- eligible survivor may not collect centrate and 2 1-4 units of mo- .through its leaves. i
Church near Starke. The publicis ing with her uncle and aunt, Mr. benefits. Application may be madeat I I asses, syrup or sugar. h- no leaves no carbon-no Consequently carbon E. H. SMITHTenth
cordially invited to attend these and Mrs. Lonnie FUtch and is attending the Gainesville Social Security is enough to treat from 500 to no plant.

services Heilbronn school. Office, 18 NW 1st Street, :Monday 3,000 square feet of any barn. HUNDREDSof
Now, how does this fact fit into
Mr. and Mrs. Jr. Wilkinson and and Temple Ave.
Mr. and Mrs. Tip Dixon of Lake through Friday. with
Apply a sprinkling can every
pasture ?
management Grazing too
family of Maxville, were dinner Butler visited relatives and friends Starke, Fla.
Mr. VanAntwerp emphasizedthat day for two weeks. After this, 2 closely leave and
< .
may grasses
guests of the Winton Parrish family in this over the week- details managed and economic-
workers who died without to 4 treatments a week should give are
on Sunday. end.Mr. having worked under social securi- good control.. ally attended that only a trained; and
The Charley Reddings have i and Mrs. Bryant Tucker and ty for at least a year and a half The dry bait may be prepared I. careful organization can attend when
moved to Hawthorne The Arthur .family of Fernandina were weekend would not be considered insuredand by mixing 2 tablespoonsful of 25 G1 the urgent need for serving is at
Reddings of Gainesville have moved I MO VI N i
.1 Edwards.
into the Charley Redding home.( guests of Mrs. Leona benefits.survivors would not be eligiblefor percent malathion wettable powin -II I hand,

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4-H Rally Day r
J DRAPES -.a OR Dependable I : 7 Starke, Fia.I .
Held Saturday fNational LONG .
a Economical 311 --.-- ,
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SLIP COVERSREUPHOLSTERIN6 4-H Club Week was R. B. Alvarez OR I Funeral Director Ambulance Service
celebrated by approximately 65
... 4-H Club girls, parents and local Agents For TRANSFER AND 2S0JSTORAGE Our local funeral home enable as to offer convenience tni
leaders at their annual Rally Day DHeher BrOSe STORAtE CO.I I services not otherwise available

held last Saturday at the USO in .. ,
BEAUTIFUL FABRICS itarke. Recreation and the award- "
ELEGANT STYLING ing of medals made up the greater We furnish the niftiest type cerrlc at lowest prices and

PERFECT TAILORING art of the day's activities, directedby accept ANY i life insurance policy, in force, lined by ANT

Miss Dorothy Ross, home dem- F I, company, as payment in part or in full on a fuaeraL
Call Peg at 239 for Advice and onstration agent. Loans For CitizensOf Perryman Bldg. S. Court St. Starke, Florida i Consultation carries no obligation.More .

The program began at 10 o'clock Starke And .. ,. ,
A Free Estimate with the singing led by the club'ssong

leaders Nancy Dally and Trading Area -
Elizabeth Prevatt led the Pledgeto
CHAS. C. SHEPHERDTV the American flag and the club Marion Finance Co. of Gainesville

pledge, and Rev. J. E. Sherwood offers the people of Starke their '
Radio Seat Covers Upholsterin gave the devotional. In his talk famous loan plans. These plans are than
Starke, Fla. based on the national theme. "Im- designed to help worthy working neW
proving Family and Community people of am walks of life. -The
Living" Mr. Sherwood said that "GET ACQUAINTED" $25.00 or

"Being a club member is an important $50.00 PAYDAY Loan or the more ,
phase in the developmentof popular BUDGET Loan. This .'r*,t fl. .. r- 'Ii.--. 1j <. ....v J '" 7"-.'"..."."'I! '
:your life. Whatever you do, do consolidates the many bills you :- .:
SLIGHTLYUSED it to the best of your knowledge I now have into a ONE payment Ford's 162-h.p. Y-block V-8 and 182-h.p. Y-block
and ability. Never be a slacker by,plan with One place to owe. This
the way." I one plan may save you up to 50 Special -8 now offer new Trigger-Torque power! :
Medals were awarded to Marilyn:per rent of what you are now I
GAS APPLIANCES Cox for her project work in electricity -.I paying.: Why not rail Marion from
When Test-Drive Ford's new Go-power can come only engines
Finance at 5333 Gainesville you
and today
Judy Kelley for food
.", ( in for which are more than merely new-more
you're a
.a. preparation. I 'ep't Call us collect and let Trigger-Torque power
ALSO Jeanne Wait of Brooker was the'Marion Finance solve those MoneyProblems thrilling surprise. For here is power than ordinary V-8 engines And that'sthat \ ,

Mistress of Ceremonies, MarilynCox with one of those fast can get you moving in split secexactly what these Ford engines are. \
I. ELECTRIC :REFRIGERATORS and Judy Kelley had chargeof helpful Loans Remember the onds .and give you safety-fast They are the result of the most ad-
the games and Mary Katherine payment plan is made to fit your passing ability. It has actually: been vanced V-8 engineering result of .
ANDWASHING ':'f- Wainwright was'the pianist. budget. measured that it takes the rear wheels Ford's experience in building more

Marcia Miller narrated the dress as little as 7/100 of a second to react V-8 engines than all other makers corn-

MACHINESALL revue in which girls modeled green George Marion Ellis Finance the friendly welcomes managerat you to your touch on the gas pedal. Such bined have ever built!

4-H skirts, and green knitted caps, to inquire into the Loans offer by
which they made.Hostesses this Loan Company Rememberalso
at the door were Ce- that this Is another business
cilia McComb. Patricia Prevatt, transaction which is confidential
IN PERFECT CONDITIONJust and Rosine Flakes. ts just between the borrower and

the Lender The cost is smalL
}CONTROL SEEDS: For instance $50.00 for 30 days is Td an true

A Few Of These BOTH CIIKMICAL AND only $1.75 interest cost! Other !
SAXIT.R1F.SCRES plans are in proportion So !
for next needs
your money see
BARGAINS LEFT Farmers facing the problem of Marion Finance at Gainesville. .
successfully controlling insecticide-
resulted from 23 years9experience
resistant flies this summer must Marion Finance Ford's 1955 engine news

I rely on sanitation measures supple- building over 14,000,000 V-8 engines '

This Range Is Slightly Used mented James with Brogdon chemicals entomologistwith accordingto Company Inc. I

the Florida Agricultural Ex- 218 West University Ave In 1932 Ford introduced the V-8 Ford's V-8 experience has never paid gain the power of the biggest Ford car

For tension Service. Over The Gainesville Gas Co. I engine to the low-price field. And it off better than this year. Now you can engines ever.
Only A farm "spring clean-up" that Phone 5333 was only just recently that other makers enjoy the ultimate in"Go"new TriggerCome in. Take your Test Drive to- ,

$4 moo destroys fly-breeding areas greatly I''a 22 2SS2S252S2S255 in Ford's field adopted this kind of en- Torque power. Now you get the greater day. Ford has much more to offer that's .

0ec..eI gine-23 years later. Yet it is interesting smoothness of Ford's rigid deep-block new. You'll find beautiful Thunderhird-

,- ..-, -, ., -- '.... ---.- -. -, --' .-- -- ,-- to note that the majority of costlier cars design. Now you gain the savings of inspired styling-comfortable new Angle-
were offering V-8's some time ago. higher compression ratios. Now you Poised Ride, to name just a few.yblook .



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VVVVVVVT VTVVVYVYVYVYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYVYYYYYYYYY supervisor on Tuesday March 22. program of the church. All members Acts of 1941, will register wIt the Marvin Thoma Shaw. Plaintiff, vs. suit for Divorce CompLaint will Ire
taken I
a* confessed
The Bradford County Health Department and'friends are asked to support Clerk of the Court in and for Bradford Emmie Shaw, Defendant. has been filed against you In the I by you.
NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED County, State of Florida upon I Case :Xo. 10-S9S above named Court and cause and This notice shall be publishedeach I
has been especially cooperative all of these programs in the receipt of proof of publication of Notice To Appear.To i
.- you are required to serve a copy ef ;! week for four consecutive ,
CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYBy in giving the medical ex interest of a "bigger and better" Doctors this notice, the fictitious name of : Emmie Shaw whose residenceand your answer or pleading to the i week in the BRADFORD COUNTY
Hospital under which I am address is: Unknown.
complaint the Plaintiffs
on Attorney TELEGRAPH.
aminations. Dr. Covington and Mt. Pisgah Rev. Walker engaged in business at 3C1> West Your !
expressed I are hereby notified that a T. Frank Landrum, Starke Fla. J Dated this 23:; day of February:
Ozora Johnson, Editor his staff have worked tirelessly to.I his personal thanks in behalf of Call St., Starke, Fla. suit for divorcehas and tile the original in the office 1955 I j

help complete these s members to the president of St.Dr.. Starke Calvin, Fla.J. ,Houpt sole owner.Dat..d 333 .Walnut above been named filed Court against and you In and the of or the before Clerk the of the Circuit Court on I 1'I2i (OFFICIAL SEAL cfearies A. Darby I
I' cause
AA AA LA A AAAAA A AAAALL A&AAJ,LAAAALLALALAAAAA AAAALALA examinations.th this 3rd day of February I Clerk of the Circuit! Court.
We are deeply e Bradford County Teachers As you are required to serve a copy of
AD. 1955, at Starke, Bradford daIf :March, 1955. By Marian: L. Crosb\ Deputy Clerk I
1TA AM Hobby Club Chit-Chat already contacted you. Mr. Tra- nurses Snellen and McKnight for sociation. C. C. Anderson and all County. Florida. 2/25 4t your plaint answer on the or pleading Plaintiff's to Attorney the com {otherwise the allegations of said t 25 4t S/'IS !
The Wateroak School PTA spon- wick of the Bradford County the special help they have given. the teachers for the services rendered -I T. Frank Landrum. Starke. Florida. ---- ---- !

gored a* successful Tom Thumb Health Department has promisedto Attention Parents in the Lincoln City i IB Clr.altoa.t.NOTICE TO. Bradford APPEAR and file the original In' the officeof I' i !
CoBBty the Clerk of the Circuit Court on ,
Wedding with baby; bride Dell becoming bring a movie to the communityon Dr. A. Y. Covington, MD, director ty on Sunday and the communi-I i Florida la Chancery. or before the 4th day of April I THE I

/0 the youngest bride. of that sanitation very soon. Watch of the Bradford County at was given to the bye Davis Willie, Defendant.Davis. Plaintiff, vs. Eloise 1955; otherwise the allegations ofj
I Healthth I said Complaint will be taken as !
school community. The receptionwas this paper for date and time. The Dept. Polio Vaccination group. The collection was divided i Case No. 10-900 confessed by you.
i Independent Life & Accident I
held in the school after the Hobby Club is anxious to improvethe addressed a letter to all parents of into four equal parts for the! Notice T.: Eloise To Appear Davis, whose residenceand each This week notice for afcill four be nubllshed consecutive once II I

ceremony at the church. Cake and beauty of the school and the first and second grade children of churches of the Thurston School! address Is 536 Academy Avenue weeks in the Bradford County Tele- Insurance CompanyOf
Cokes were served by the president .I PTA plans to buy some additional the county. Please read this letter community. I; You Waynesboro.are hereby Georgia.notified that a graph.Dated this'* of I

and members. Congratula-I playground equipment for the entertainment carefully. We cannot carry it in Allen Chapel A.M.E. Church, Rev. 'suit for (OFFICIAL SEAL day) Charles March A. Darby 1955. Jacksonville, FloridaANNOUNCES

tions to Principal faculty of the children. Print column due to space limitations John Groover pastor, reports a minor Divorce child custody and control of Clerk of tire Circuit Court !

this cipal Price is asking all to this If this successful tea I has been |Py Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
and all participants that made parents but remember : on Sunday March 13. filed against you in the 4t
S/4 5/IS
program such a great success. have their children support the polio vaccine can be offered it will Chairman Paul secured some of the above you are named required Court to serve and cause a copy and of iI i

Bed Cross Drhe Is On new school milk program. It has be available in April and will not be best talent in the county and featured your answer or pleading ta the complaint i NOTICE TO APPEAUla The opening: of its Starke, Fla. Branch Office on Court
been arranged that child child without the Lawtey on the Plaintiff's Attorney Circuit Court. Bradford Coaaty
your to Training schoolteachers
P.T.A. and given your T. Frank Street the better to Serve its Bradford 'I.
All members of the Landrum, Starke, Florida Florldat In Chancery. County Life and
can get a half pint of milk for 5c your written permission. When that included A. B. Anderson Puford L. Turlington. Plaintiff, >s.
Hobby Clubs of the County are Hospitalization Policy Holders.GAINESVILLE .
the milk costs 6 1-2 cents but your Polio strikes it is no respector of Zipporah Jennings and Mildred and file the original In the office of Joyce Turlington Defendant. .j
asked to enroll with the Red Cross Case No. 10-885
child can get it for five. Please person; only recently the local Turner. The district conference the Clerk of the Circuit Court on Notice To AppearTo
for 1955. Any amount from $1 before DISTRICT OFFICE
up will or the 4th daof April. : Joyce Turlington, whose residence -
Mr. be held
the increasethe Polio drive in
support program and of the
I chairman 1955
will enroll you and your repre- ; otherwise the allegations of and address is4716 West 115 X. W. 3rd. St. E. P. KEMVEK, 3fgr.
volume of milk distribution in son to this Wednesday March said Complaint will be taken
will official Finzer lost a young 23 at as Gregory Street. Pensacola, Florida
sentative give you an ] our county. The Borden's Dairy, disease. BE SURE TO Which time we will be confessed by you. Tou are hereby notified that a
card for your membership which dreaded representedby This notice shall' be publishedonce suit for Divorce, custody of minor Mrs. Gladys Harrington, Starke Supt.
:|,Mr. Smith in charge, has been giving READ THIS LETTER AND CIR the president of the Missionary! each week for four oons cu- child, and restoration of child's name
WO be until March 1956. Phone Starke
good tive weeks in the Bradford has been filed 290
very efficient service. CAREFULLY. Society of the church. County against you in the
Plan to enroll by or before March! CULAR Regular 'Telegraph. above named Court and cause and I

25 as we hope to close the drive Graduates To Take Exam: The PTA and Hobby Club mem- services will be held on Sunday beginning Dated this 2 day of March 1955. you are required to serve a copy of AGENTS !
School with (OFFICIAL SEAL your anwer or pleading to the com
Training Sunday School Homer ) Charles A. Darby
then. GIVING AND SHARING I bers of Hampton plaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney
by seniors
The following of RJE Clerk of the Circuit
is like throwing out a life line wish to express deepest sympathy Williams, supt. in charge. Visit t By Matian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk Green &. Green, Starke, Floridaand MRS. KLAXCHK JOIL. SOX MERRITT \Y1LU\MS !
high school will take the Florida death of the church tile the original in the office of
in the or Sunday Raiford
across a dark wave. It may that State Scholarship Examination for to Principal Taylor choice School of r J/4 It /25 the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or Starke I
your '
uncle recently. The funeralwas every Sunday. Learn before the
you will save a brother by giving j jI Teachers: Jewell Scott John Scott, her held in Hawthorne on Monday. jand. study about "Christian Living." NOTICE TO APPEH 28 day of March 1933: :;; MRS. IDA MAE SILt\\' MRS. KLVA LEE KIWARDS: t
to this great organization that has I:Maxie Rogers. Helen Jackson Evelyn If* Circuit Court Bradford County otherwise the allegations of said Starke I
to con- Complaint will be Starke IJ
asking all patrons Florida IB taken as confessed -
done more for suffering humanitythan They are : Chancery.
Solomon, Melonese Barber, Rudolph by you.
to support both organizations. Judy Garland Callie Clemens. Plaintiff.. Bill .
This .
many others. Coleman Hunter tinue notice shall be published I -- .
Phillip Sports Clemons, Defendant. once each week for four consecutive \! ,-_ - :-- : -::- ::..::.-." ::: :. : :.-: ::,':. _:' t
I -
Thurston PTA will hold regular Leozie Perry, Annie Ruth Hagan, In 'A Star Is Born' Case :Xo. 10-S99 I weeks in the Bradford County Tele- ---
Basketball season ended with an L Notice To Appear. graph. __ __ __ ___ ____ _ _
meeting on Monday night at which,Davis Myers Timothy Allen Bennie number of victories. The I At Florida I To: Bill demons whose residence Dated this 24 day of F..Lruarv., ." ,-. .. _.- -- '
I average Sunday and address Is \ ; w' : ''. $i.J i- ,
: 7nknowh.You
time Principal Price is asking the Morris Lydia Desue, and Leo make the 1955. ...... .
I Tigerettes were able to are hereby notified that a (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Parb _"" "\ : :\
people of Lincoln City to come Desue Jr. These students are being Jacksonville: suit for >
tournament in Judy Garland and James Clerk of the Circuit Court
to enroll with the Red I screened for the i district Mason Divorcehas By Marian L. '
prepared carefully examination Gilbert high [ i Crosby, Deputy Clerk !
have '
Cross if a representative has not that will be given by the I II and play at Matthew Thompkins is! starring roles in "A Star been filed against you in the 2/25 4t 3/18 I i : ( .
I school. Principal lIs Cinemascope and Techni- I above named Court and cause and -:. .
J I interested persons in box- color musical drama i you are required to serve a copy of NOTICE TO tPPEA. i J-
I starting made to have the showing at I,your answer or pleading to the complaint lu Circuit Court. Bradford ('oaat,1| ;: 'I IN AND INTRODUCTORY
ing. Plans are being Theatre Sunday on the PlaIntiff's Attorney Florida: In Chancery 0' '
I:4 i lessons during the summer through Tuesday. T. Frank Landrum, Starke, Norma Sadler Plaintiff.. Martin !, J I
.. [swimming said and file the original In the Fla'i adler, Defendant. I I .. TIRE SALE 1presenting
:; : : _ I Several seniors have i lOne of the most talked-of films the Clerk of the Circuit Court Case Xo 10-883 'i catiq

would participate in the program I of the year, the or before the 4th day of April I Notice To Appear: J14 Ii ,4 A" .P
(they A story revoh'eslaround 1955; otherwise the allegations of To: Martin Sadler whose residence -' .
I and serve as life guards. i Judy as a young singer said Complaint will be taken as con and address is ,505 Wash-< r" :-\ ',
fessed iiurton i ... _. fA'" .
basketball game j-who rises to stardom by you Blvd Hai'lthorpe, Mary land J "--- '
I (I faculty-student 25 for the and falls in This notice shall be publishedonce You are here b) notified that a : \:
I will be played on March ,love with her leading man, James each week for four consecutive I the NEWLOW.COST q

I I.I 'benefit I of the Junior class and the Mason. The strong cast also includes weeks_ in the Bradford County Telegraph 1T _.iiirmWash -

II sponsoring of the Junior-Senior Jack Carson and Charles Dated this 2 day of March, 1955. f//i/ t .
I I Come out on Friday eve- Bickford. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby Your Clothes .
Prom. Clerk of the Circuit Court. i ;
ning and see the "Fat-Forty fee I This is Judy Garland's first picture -I By! Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk : ,

I[males" compete with "thin-teen age of' after a prolonged absence 3/4 4t 3/25 9 Pounds SUPER.CUSHIONk; .
About the same type from ,
females. screen. Since her last NOTICE: TO APPEARIB :

/ ., I combinations will prevail in the film she has been on an international Circuit Comrt. Bradford Canntj.Florida For 40c! I "

I male faculty student game. Don'tmiss stage tour In Chaucer with the $ i 0.70 I
I and
Doris Cluck
4 : was a Plaintiff, vs. Everett ,'
.I ; seeing principal Thompkinsand smash hit in London, and other Cluck. Defendant. Case No. 10-897 FREE Bleach If Desired! 1 J

.h'iIoi.. r 'i Supervisor Johnson in this con- foreign capitals. A'otlce: Everett To AppearsTo Cluck, whose residence HIGH PRICE 0 t C: H. I iJ'JFEATURES J (

'<. : .. test which promises to be a thriller and address is: Truckee California 1>lus Tax and & ,

.. care General Delnery. S
) I start to finish. Recapped Tire '
from ,
:. ; I You are hereby notified mat a
: uOa"ONLY :
:; '\, ;.<. AOTICE TO APPEAR I suit for 4 ,". ,
Church News la Circuit Court. Bradford Divorce. custody and control of
Rev. Florida County, We Will c ,.
New Bethel Baptist Church, In Chancery. minor child
.. A. Vinson pastor, sponsored a Faye Webb Plaintiff, vs. James E. has. been filed against you In the Dry Your Clothes Get acquainted with dependable ''i,::0:
Webb, Defendant. above named Court and cause and Goodyear quality at worthwhile :
;W. Choir Contest last Sunday, which Case No. you are required to serv )< was a gigantic success. The choir [Notice To AppearTo 10-884 your answer or pleading to the For 20cIn avings la this great Introductory j
Z ., ; James complaint on the Plaintiff Sale! Save
from Gainesville led in the money- and address E. Webb, whose residence Attorney T. Frank Landrum, on new SuperCuihionsby
is: 417 West New Automatic Driers!
DON McALLISTER of but in opinion Street, Peru IndlanL Starke. Florida Goodyear!
popular radio star WDBO says, "My wife raising department my You are hereby :and file the original in the office

has always used light Karo for cooking. and on the fabfe' -it'/ the New Bethel choir led in L suit for divorce,notified custody that and a '!of or the before Clerk the of 4th the Circuit day Court on Your rrtwirt This Art Tour Down Payrmatt
I I singing. A capacity audience control of minor child of April. .
I battle music and has been filed against you in the i 1955; otherwise the allegations of AS limi AS $MI A Witt Kt A PAil
I witnessed this of above named Court and said Complaint will be taken as I
dark Karo for me the besttastingI all reported a very enjoy. you are required to serve cause a and confessed by you.
I persons your answer or pleading the copy of This notice shall be publishedonce i MOB fEOni liD ON OOOTUI TIIU TNAN ON ANT OTHtt E131
able afternoon. on the Plaintiff's complaint each week for four consecutive Washeteriai

eating of 'em all" Mt. Pisgah A.M.E Church, Rev. and T.file Frank the Landrum.original in Starke the Attorney, Fla. weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph The eflflflMAJ' SERVICE STATION
syrup Talent L office
Walker will begin Of
AX pastor the Clerk of the Circuit Court Dated this 2 day of March 1955.
Week observance as an annual af on or before the (OFFICIAL: SEAL) CnarUs A.Darby Temple Ave. Starke I :UUUUITIflII U
6.r4 28 day of March, 1955 Clerk of the Circuit Court SEEDER D. GOODMAN:
Yes, indeed...biscuits go like hot cakes when fair. On Monday a musical program otherwise the allegations ; of By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk '- -
said _. __ _: _? U.
Ctftnplaint will be 4t S. 301 at South City Limits
you pour on plenty of delicious dark Karo..; sponsored featuring someof by you. taken as confessed 3/4 3/25 -- '" 0

there's nothing like it for good eating. Satis. the teachers of Bradford Coun This notice shall be published -
L-i fyin' flavor. So rich it stands right up on top ty. Tuesday a special quartet weeks each in the week Bradford for four consecutive IB Circuit Court. Bradford County U a

of biscuits 'em and composed of Rev. Walker and oth graph. County Tele- Florida la Chancery.
td (keeps light fluffy) Keep I Dated this
: Karo table and ers were featured after prayer 195S. 23 day of February, ---I---- -I
i."I on your morning, noon night -- --. -----
.it tops anything! meeting. Each night a group will ,(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
be presented. Out of town groups Clerk of the Circuit Court
By Marian .. P.
1 Crosby, D.
Deputy Q.
I Clerk
will include Newberry and Lawteychurches .
Ask your grocer for DARK Karo,in, pint and quart bottles I ._ %/25 4t' 3/15
This effort is being '

sponsored to help in the building I !. Circuit 1OTICEToppER Court, Bradford Proven Dependable Quick

, :_ Florida la Cli.........- Coaatjr, Protein Vitamin Mineral I
Blame Mort Ferguson,
Catherine Plaintiff. vs. SupplementsFOR
Joyce Ferguson. Defend-
ant. Case No. ,
t 'Notice To Apprarl ALL LIVESTOCKThe
To: Catherine
whose last known
:Mary Street, Jacksonville address,was: 1049
Florida. Farmers Supply10th

cult Divorce for are hereby and nottried reiteration thar a' and Cherry Sts. now offers, you a gasoline with the

maiden name Phone 51-W Starke Fla.

has been filed against you In .hI
above named Court and cause and
you are required to serve a copy of
your answer or pleading to the

STARTS YOU FAST '. complaint Attorney Alan on C. the Winters Plaintiffs Jr., 508

Florida Title Cuildingr, Jackson-
and file the original In the office of
Clerk of the Circuit Court on
or otherwise before the 11 day of April 1955;
the allegations or said I
Complaint will be taken as confess
ed by yoa.
This notice shall be published
once each week for four
consecutive I
/f.1\ weeks in the Bradford County Tele-

f \ graph.Dated this 5 day of March, 1955. I .
SEAL) Charles A. Darby i
Clerk of the Circuit Court '
By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk I
I -: 2/11 4t 4/1 j 1w

IB Circuit Court,.Bradford (Cooaty.I ,
In Chancery. '!
Max Weiss 'I
Plaintiff, vs. Ruth
Weiss. Defendant. CHARLEY E. JOHNS & SON

I :.Notice To Appear Case \o. 10-860 'I

\ 1 To: Ruth f about this
I : and address Weiss is: 1911 whose Albemarle residence'' questionOur

Uoad You Brooklyn.are hereby New notified York. I i ...6r pttZff lIi'

suit for that a inventor shows a sub-

Divorcehas stantial increase in the value llJl 1b4a

Quick v/arm-up 1 No cold stalling! above been named filed Court against and you cause In and the of stocks on hand, and an inflated "-

you are required to serve a copy of value of building and ;
Phillips 66 brings you the only gasolinewith your answer or pleading to the i
complaint on the PlaIntiff's fixtures. Would this be a good 1 I

the added super aviation fuel component Di-isopropyl. Starke.Attorney'Floridaand T. Frank Lanrum I time to revise our insurance ,

file the original In the office coverages to full replacementvalue
I of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on
or before the on our physical assets?

0 If you appreciate instant starting and 11 day of April, 195: :

freedom from cold stalling, fill up today New All-Weather Motor Oil can otherwise Complaint will the allegations be taken as of con-said l

with Phillips 66 FlrrE-FuEU: I Double the Life of an Engine! fessed This by notice you. shall be published

Phillips Petroleum Company was the first once each week for four consecutive Charley E. Johns
weeks in the Bradford
County Telegraph -
to make Di-isopropyl and also HF Alkybte. ,

These two components are so valuable to is the all-leather motor oil Dated this 9 day of March. 1955. ,
smooth performance that, until recently, that protects your car whiter and summer. It Clerk of the Circuit Court !i & Son
restricted the U. S. Government By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk Agency
their use was by iltion flows easily at temperatures below zero, jet at 2/114t 4/1
to high performance a\ gasoline.Now
extremely high engine I!
restrictions. : OP I>TKT1OTO:
authorities have heat, it retains its film :;IREGISnm FICTITIOUS NAME I Phone 13 Starke, FIa.

New Phillips 66 Ftm-Fun. provides increased strength. Compared to undersigned:Notice is ,hereby under given the provisions that the; I

higher anti-knock and greater ordinary oils it can reduce jof Chapter 20,953 .Laws of yYTyYYyyyyyyTyyyyyyTyyy'FREE
power, I Florida For car performance you've never assures every one of today's cars-
fuel And you benefit from famous wear 40% or more ,
economy. before experienced, start using the regardless of compression ratio-its

Phillips 66 controlled volatility. In addition, can cut oil consumption ; 4-H AND FFA ANGUS CALVES! new CROWN EXTRA for '55-: he maximum in power, efficiency and .
Phillips 66' FLTTE-FUEL gives you the clean 15% to 45% keeps
highest octane gasoline Standard engine protection. Use this
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burning Oil has ever offered! A "Fuel for new gasoline with confidence of

natural FBI and aviation Fure-Fun.gasoline! components. Motor cleaner.Oil TROP-ARTIC is the perfect /0 FRIENDS OF SUN LAKE SALEt the Future," it is the finest gasoline new motoring pleasure. It's ready

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St. Edward's Church I I Farm Operators I Young Men EligibleTo ,tween the Board of County Qm-,' Indications from-the race .ack

i missioners and the School Board; !are that state tax inconu- ma> t-x-

Sunday Mass at 9:13 a. m. I SERVICE MEN Build Up Social Take Exam I the balance goes to the Bradford!ceed that of last year when Bradford -

Holy day masses, 6:30: a. m. and I Security Benefits For M.M. Academy County hospital corporatIOn County's ttal wa $l5:! !1.111IIII

8:30: a. in.Children's. I

I Catechism Class each i Many farm operators are begin- Congressman Billy Matthews

Wednesday at 3:15: p. m. ning to build up Social Security announces that the annual iom- Ien's.Clothing i
Keystone lleignts 1 credit toward retirement and sur- ,petitive examination for appointment Established 1894 I !

(Women's Club) I I vivors insurance payments, ac-: to the U. S. Merchant Marine I

New Life Meetings Religious News Sunday :Mass 8 a. m. I I II cording to Ted VanAntwerp. manager -![Academy at Kings Point, N Y.

Holy day masses 7:30 a. m. of the Gainesville Social i'will be held Monday. Apr. 11. at ;"" ri.Wr-- =:: -- -_ -- : -_' "' _:--_ i
To Be Broadcast I !
: Begin SundayAt Confessions before all Masses.PENTECOSTAL Security District Office. 'civil service centers throughout the

J Methodist Church Every FridayRadio I : "Beginning with this year, a U. S. Approximately 330 young FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHSTARKE

: HOLINESS I farm operator who has $400 net ;I men" will be selected to report to

-. Station WDVH with the i CHURCH i i profit in a year must report his!;;the Academy next August. I
of the Starke Ministerial earnings and the Social Se- The examination } LA.
r'v cooperation Sunday Scnooi 10 a.m. I : pay is open to: ,
Association, is sponsoring a I Morning Service 11 a.m. curity Tax," VanAntwerp said. young American citizens between, .
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religious news program about the I Evening Service 7:30 p.m. He went on to explain that the the ages of 17 and 21. In general. i
work of the church throughoutthe Prayer Meetings WedneaOAj II farmer may have a choice in arriving an applicant must be a high school
: world. Local churches are I night 7:45 p.m. Saturday night I at the amount he reports ,graduate and physically qualifiedfor Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town

asked to send their informationto I Elma L. Crews, Airman 3-cj for Social Security purposes. If, appointment to the U. S. Naval Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130
Rev. R. D. Sommer, presidentof { EVERGREEN known to his many friends here as .his gross income is $1800 or less;i Reserve. Physical standards are

the Association, or to Rev. L. I BAPTIST CHURCH "Bunt" is currently taking 10 I and he reports on a cash basis, the :about the same as those requiredfor

L D.[ Haines, chairman of the radio 1 Sunday School 10 a. m. Preach- weeks of advanced training at I farmer may report hisfcactual net the U. S. Naval Academy. Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 8:00 P.M.

ft committee.The Warren AFB, Cheyenne, earnings from his farm operations'i The Merchant Marine Academy
I ling 11 a. m. Training Union 6:30p. I' Wyoming.' Sunday School 9:45: A.M. Training Union 6:45: P.M.
program will be heard each m. Preaching 7:30: p. m. Prayer He enlisted in the Air Force in or he may report one half of his'offers a four-year course at col-

Friday from 1 to 1:15 p.m. Rev. Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p. m. :November 1954 and took his basic gross income. If the gross income !lege level. Qualified graduates receive Midweek Service Wednesday, 8:00 P.M.

I Y Sommer will conduct the first program Rev. J. E. Lingerfelt, pastor. training at Lackland AFB in San is more than $1.800 then he must licenses as U. S. Merchant
I Ia with the other ministers Antonio, Texas. He was born and figure his actual'net earnings. !Marine officers, Commissions as; Hear the Sunday Morning Service over WDVH at

,. alternating after that. I CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST reared at Lawtey and is the son of I i,If his net earnings are less than ,.Ensigns in the U. S. Naval Re- I 11 a.m. Regular Broadcast Every 1, 3. and 5 Sunday.
Bradford Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Crews of the I$900 he has the choice of reporting !'1 serve; and Bachelor of Science de
Churches from all over .
t LATTER DAY SAINTS ; : _____ ,
County and this general area are State Farm. When he completes his actual net earnings or .. grees. The Government furnishes __, : ::; _' '::' 1 -: _:: .. -:_::-_:: -_,:-.:. : :..-.:_}
invited to send in their news. It I Services each Sunday in old ,his course in Wyoming he expects $900. .uniforms, textbooks tuition, room
: Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sun- to be Lent to Greenland. His present VanAntwerp suggests that farm .and board. and dental and medical -
I is hoped that this will be '
day School 10 a. m. Sacrament I address is operators contact their Social
: A3-c Elma L.
helpful all to churches the religious in the programsof general Service 6:30 p. m. Everyone wel Crews 14551-717, 3463 Student Security Office for more information I care.During the sophomore year the REVIVALFAITH I

F- vicinity of WDVH.Methodist I come. Squadron, Box N-10 Francis E. about farm coverage. He said student is assigned to ocean-going I

I Warren A.F.B., Wyoming.Sgt. that his office. which is located 1 Merchant Marine vessels in the BAPTIST CHURCH
The First Methodist Church of I fY..y..y..yV at IS N.W. 1st St.. Gainesville, will 1 capacity of cadet. During the period

Starke will begin a series of New [ Church |, i,, be glad to send an informational i j he is paid $82.50 per month by I LAWTEY. FLA.

Life Meetings this Sunday. Two I HIGHLAND I. John L. Griffis, whose wife, pamphlet to any farmer requesting'! the steamship employer.
I Sunday Church School 9:45 .1 it. March
Matthews will be Beginning 21 and
services will be held each day dur- j I I Bernice, lives in Starke, recently ; Congressman
The New Life Meetings will
ing the week at 7:30 a.m. and 7:30 a.m. I took part in Exercise I II glad to hear from any young men
I begin at this service which will be j By Sirs. Lacy Norman {j Roundup, an I living in the 8th Congressional Continuing Through April 1
p.m., except Saturday. The Sun- ,I Army training maneuver near Salzburg -
services will be held at the broadcast over station WDVH. | 'LAAAA&AJAAAAAAAAAAAAAA1Reports j Austria. i District who would like to take
day j I He is an assistant SERVICES EACH EVENING AT 7:30
I I Recreation Time 5:30: p.m. Fellowship 1 the examination. Anyone interestedin
regularly scheduled time. for Intermediates from the revival were!j platoon sergeant in Co. B of the PINELEVEly
] further information write
of St. j 350th Inf. Regt.. and entered the may Old Time Gospel Singing
Dr. Allen W. Moore and Seniors, 6:15 Worship good last week. Rev. Fueox of I I
p.m. the Congressman at 1320 New
Petersburg will be the Evangelistfor Service for MYF with Dr. I Cedar Creek did the preaching,I Army in June 1953. He is the h Sirs. II. :\1. :MvRaeLAALAAAAAAALAAAAAAAAAAAA 1 I Gospel and Doctrinal Preaching
groups House Office Building, Washington,
these meetings. At the present each night and Winfred Wilkinsonof son Of Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Griffis,
I Allen W. Moore speaking. Eve- I D. C.County.
I Rt. Preacher Elder
time he is devoting his full time ning Evangelistic Service 7:30 p.m. Jacksonville directed the song 2, Starke. and graduated from : Markey Kite
work. !service. This Rev. Franklin I BUS in the class of 1949. I We
to evangelistic week had a
Monday through Friday: Two I II great revival last
I I Receives Pastor First Baptist Church, LaCrosseA.
Dr. Moore served as Evangelistof daily services, 7:30 a.m. and 7:30 from Hickory Grove Baptist : week, conducted by Evangelist Ce-

the North Alabama Conferencefor p.m. with Dr. Allen W. Moore. Church will do the speaking. I Pvt. Russell C. Prescott, son of cil Simmons of Gadsden. Ala. i, $35,000 In I E MASSEY Pastor

and then Albert, Sarah, and Francis Nor-I There were visitors from all
years, was The public is cordially invited to :Mr. and :Mrs. E. Pescott of High- over RevenuesA 1 EVERYONE INVITED
elected a general evangelist of the all these services. man visited Will Norman in the land, is returning to the States Florida. Racing
Methodist Church, being the Monday Business and pro- hospital at Chattahoochee last Fri Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Williamsof
after serving 16 months in Korea. check for 535,000 was received -
youngest man ever elected to that gram meeting of the WSCS in the He entered the service in Melbourne were recent guests i
day.Mrs. April of Mrs. last week by Bradford
office. at 3 Homer Smith was in Jack- Williams' parents, Mr. and 1!I
sanctuary p.m. 1953 and expects to receive his discharge Mrs. : County from the State Comptrol-
After serving as general evangelist Wednesday Children's Bible sonville last Thursday.Mr. on 6. Russell Thomas.C. .
4 April ;ler's office as its share of the
for five years he was appointed Story Hour, 3:30 p.m. and Mrs. Burton Corithersof V. Green made a business I funds derived from the state tax First Baptist Church Hampton

to the Sixty-Seventh Street I Saturday Pastor's member- Jacksonville spent Sunday with Clean-up Planned trip to Jacksonville Monday and !as pari-mutual betting at racetracks ,

Methodist Church in Birminghamwhere I ship class: 10 a.m.Presbyterian. the Marr family.Congratulations. also visited his mother, Mrs. and jai alai frontons. This
I{ :Merle L. Packham Pastor
Charity Green ,
at '
he was pastor for two to Mrs. David By Lawtey Group Middleburg. Sheis I check raises the total received so

I years. He was then appointed Church Kirkland of Jacksonville on the arrival -I I much improved after a recent i far this year to $70,000, as $10,000

district superintendent of the Bessemer of a daughter March 2. Mrs. A group of Lawtey citizens met illness. 'was received in January, and S.S. 10 A.M.: T.U. 6:30 P.M.

District and held that posi- Saturday, 3 p.m. Adult Choir Kirkland will be remembered as at the City Hall last week to plan Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae, :Mr. ,$25,000 in February.

tion for three years. In 1937 he practice. Miss Louise Marr. the part Lawtey is to take in the and Mrs. A. J. Fender and family I Racing funds are divided in Preaching Hour: 11 A.M. and 8 P.M.

was transferred to the Florida School 9:45 Morning county Beautification Campaign.After Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Kelly and ,
Sunday a.m. Lacey Norman and Brownie Bradford County as follows: The Wed.Night "Hour of Power" 8 P.M.
discussing the various trees family, Mr. and Mrs. V. E. I ,
Conference Thorn
and was appointed to Worship 11 a.m., "Your Duty Austin left Sunday afternoon witha first $80,000! is split evenly be-
the First Methodist Church of St. Ito Christ and His Gospel." Youth crew of men to help control the and shrubs which might be ton and Lynn McRae enjoyed a I

Petersburg. In 1944 he was appointed Fellowship 6 p.m., Gerry Gibson, forest planted as well as the steps fishing trip near Florahome last j Charity Glisson at Lake Geneva.
big fire near Madison. which might be taken to clean up Saturday.Mr. i This is a Church in which the Bible is
of the First i
pastor Robert We
Leslie and Humphries, Church Services-Sunday School I are glad to hear that Elam
Methodist Church in Dallas, Texas, hosts. Evening Worship 7:30 p.m., 9:45: a.m. Worship Services 11a. the highways the group elected and Mrs. J. W. McRae and j Lewis of Starke is improving afteri

one of the largest churches of "The How and What of Salvation. m. and 7:30: p. m. Prayer Sen'- chairman Mrs. George Roberts to act as the H. M. McRaes visited Mr. and i a serious illness. Preached. and Taught
Methodism with a membership of ." of body. Mrs. Edwin McRae at Green Cove
ice each Wednesday 7 p. m. Teachers j Mr. and Mrs. Bouie of Haw-
approximately 4,500. Monday, 9:15: a.m., "Find Life meeting each Wednesday 6:30: I Mrs. Roberts suggested that Springs Sunday afternoon.Mr. I thorne and Mr. and Mrs. Starling COME WORSHIP WITH US !
Dr. Moore is listed in Who's Guidance of those interested in the project en- and Mrs.
with God through the p.m. H. H. Lewis spent |lof Starke were visitors of Mr. and ,
Who in America. He was a His Holy Spirit" broadcast over gage in fund-raising activities to Monday night with his aunt. Mrs. Mrs. C. V. Green last Sunday.
trustee of the Methodist Hospital WDVH. add to those the county is goingto

in Dallas! and was chairman of Tuesday, 8 p. m., The Women of i Cause Of Cancer contribute for the purpose.All .

I the board of evangelism of the the Church. !On Skin And Mouth those attending the meeting

North Texas Conference. Wednesday, 7:30: p.m. Prayer gave the proposed Beautification 'I
Various organizations of the Being StudiedA I
Meeting. Campaign idea their endorsement.
Church are being asked to sponsor I Thursday, 3:30: p.m., Junior University of Chicago scien-j

attendance at designated services, Choir practice. tist has begun collecting data designed -i Pennies ComingOut SAVE $100
bginning with the WSCS for Monday -
to determine the causes of|
morning. I At The Tabernacle I!conditions which sometimes lead I II Of HidingLooks I
Tuesday morning services will
I to cancer of the skin and mouth. I II
be sponsored by various classes of Revival services began Sunday II On the skin the condition is I like some Bradford Coun-

4 the Church School. morning at 11 o'clock in .the I known as keratosis. It is the ty residents are really "scraping

Tuesday night the entire Of- Gospel Tabernacle and will con- piling up of a thick horn structure I II :the bottom of the barrell" for
ficial Family of the church is I III I funds.
tinue nightly through Sunday. Dr. which normally peels off in tiny
asked to be present. All stewards,1 John McNeil!, Scotch evangelistof i I I invisible particles. I One thousand, six hundred and REGULAR PRICE Yours For Only

trustees, officers of Women's so-I II Washington, D. C., is conduct 'I In the mouth a similar condition. ninety-two unwrapped pennieswere

ciety, Youth Fellowship, ing the meetings and special is called leukoplakia which startsas used by a woman this weekto $429.95

Officers and teachers of the music is featured each night. Dr. opaque milky splotches againstthe pay for an auto tag.A I''

Church School, secretaries and McNeill's piano interpretations of natural red and which some- merchant reports receipt of'' 95

presidents of classes are to be the old hymns of the church are times progresses to wart-like I numerous silver dollars which LESS J

present: especially this night Thurs- unusually beautiful.The growths which crack open and be- show evidence of being out .of II 329

day night will be known as Youth public is invited to all of ,come painful. :|circulation for some time. $100.00
night. A covered dish supper will the services. j i Not all cases of leukoplakia and Ii j I I YOURREFRIGERATOR OLD

be served for the young people at. jI I I j keratosis lead to cancer. And cancers I

6 p.m. There will be a programat 1 of the skin and of the mouth :i I
St. Mark's Episcopal !jI
the table consisting of songs frequently start without such pre- JJ

r. quiz programs, and Dr. Moore will I Kev. Raymond E. MacBlain j malignant conditions. Still, the)

talk to the young people about correct recognition of pre-malig-i\
I becoming life service volunteers.As Services at St. Mark's Episcopal,
|nant lesions is of great significance:
the service progresses an- Church will be as follows: i' in prevention of many cancers. : __ __ 11.1 cu. ft. NORGE CUJTOMATVC

npuncement will be made about Sunday: 9:45 a.m. Church'[Microscopic examination reveals' Model 1180.
School and Adult Class; 11 a.m. -
those sponsoring attendance at the I how dangerous the pre-malignant .
other evening services.!!! The public :Morning Prayer and Sermon; 6:30: j!|lesion is.Constant. EASY TERMS

is cordially invited to attend p.m.-Y.P.S.L long-term overexposure -

all services. Wednesday: 7:30 p.m. Litany I to ultraviolet rays of the sun C
and Meditation; 8 p.m. Choir
: :
is known to cause pre-cancerous S : : : :
I conditions and cancer in animals LESS BONUS TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE
Christian Church Holy Communion: 1st Sunday, : .
and humans. Usually, the whiter __ LOW DOWN PAYMENT EASY TERMS
HeJ.. E. Sherwood, pastor 11 a.m.: 3rd Sunday, 7:30: p.m. S S S .
I the skin the more sensitive the "There must be some way out _
Sunday. 9:45: Bible school classes i person is to the rays and the more of tbi,:" i:
for all ages. C. W. Colsors 3upt. BAPTIST CHl'RCH i:susceptible to skin cancers. I j' WHY SETTLE FOR LESS
Morning Worship 11 a.m. Evening Physical irritation too plays a' \\liy not eat here, (-rl-
worship. 7:30 p. m. Christian En- Sunday School 9:45 a. n.. Morn- [i role.: Continuous irritation causes' the foods delicious THAN A CU5TOMAT/C//

deaver 6 p. m. ing Worship 11 a. m. Training I the cells to form a more adherent i< We'll cook, and serb e,

Bible Study and Prayer Meeting I Union 6:15: p. m. Evening Service ;less peeling. horny material than AND do the dishes! When you see the new Norge
7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday i nonnal. This is the
way I
7:30p m. Wednesday. O.I I Customatie you'll fall in love with
7:30 p. m. Rev. W. and corns develop at sites ,
Council 1st and 3rd
Tuesday.Womans 7:30: p.m., Mrs. W. L. Collins Jr., Pastor. I J of pressure. In other cases of irri- GUIDON GRILLGeorge -_ .._::[ it. For here is beauty and

Andrews, president. ,, I II tation.. however. formation of a efficency beyond your fondest

Christian Church located stieets. tin A friendly W. Call wel-and I I HAMPTONCIIRISTLVN CHURCH !,I.moderately the: first sign thickened that the horny cells which layer Kopelousos, Owner dreams. Day in, day out, the

Bible School 10 a. m.; Worship !produce it may transform into Starke Fla. Norge Custom at/, maintains its
come waits everyone. _
I j I Service 11 a. m.: Youth Program l'anl''r cells if the irritation is
6:30 p. m. Evening Service 8 continued. :Mild rubbing. for instance -A_ I perfect zones of cold-

Church of God p. m.Bro.. J. B. Dixon pastor. will produce the first stepin i11', \ _ automatically!
the change of cells. In one set 4-- _
School 10 a.m. Morn-
Sunday '
\OODUUVX :MISSIONARYBAPTlxT of experiments volunteers agreedto : .
ing Worship 11 a.m. Sunday Eve- But to really appreciate the new
CHURCH rub their left thigh vigorously
ning Service 7:15 p.m., Scnooi. 11 !110 minutes a day for 30 days. The Cusfomaf/c/ come in today and
Service Wednesdaf 7:43 p.m., and 10 a.D1. Sunday a.m. J I
Prayer Meeting. Friday 7:45 p.m. preaching. 6:15 BTU. 6:45 pcayer -I horny layer on the rubbed thigh JI I be your own judge. Let us tell you
service, o'clock services i' became 3S per cent thicker on
LawTey semces.song !!average than the horny layer of L-- also about the "bonus" tradeinwe
School 10 a.m. Morn 7:30 evening i
the unrubfced right thigh. When
YPE Serving can give you right now on
11 a.m. I.
Worship :
trg I IIEILBRONN i the rubbing stopped the skin ,
Saturday. 7:30: p.m. gradually thinned to normal. PHONE 218 I your old refrigerator.
I j I Students oral cancer are of
{'lIn ("H OF CIIIUST I I Sunday School 10 a.m. Preach i the of that leukop-i .
Jr. .Minister ling 11 a.m. Training Union 6:30 impression severe (j) I There's a new Norge for
C. L. Overturf I i lakia and mouth cancer comes most!
:Sunday: Bible Study 10 a. m. p.m. Preaohing 7:30 p.m. Prayer. commonly to people whose illfitting, SsS\ (' "uaranteedby"\ every family every budget

Morning Worship 11 a. m. Evening I Meeting Wednesday 7:30 pjn.REV. dentures irritate tissues; to pipe J I tGood Housekeeping) priced fromGay's
Milton J. Dukes, pastor. i FLOWERSFor
Worship 7:30 p. m. i smokers whose pipes rub against'lips j.1

Wednesday Bible Study 7:30 ; and other areas: smokers in All Occasions
p.m. II general: and people who favor very I

Radio program, "Old Paths" LAWTEY, FLA. ''hot beverages, especially profes-J DISH GARDENS
each Sunday 9 a. m. Station Sunday School 10 a. m. Preaching !sional tea and coffee tasters. The I
WDVH. 11 a. m. & 7:301'. m. Midweek !I POTTED PLANTSPOTTERY I
statistics now being compiled !! Home
I service Wednesday ?:3,0 nx !
p. 1: show the validity of these impres-I AppliancesCOURT

\n-STI SEVENTH ciirncii DAY I A. E. Massey, pastor. sions and help distinguish serious j i

'from' : innocent conditions.;
: Flowers JJ'iredAnyzrlzere
Services each Sabbath in the RROOKERBAPTIST I

Old Masonic Hall on E. Call St.: CHURCH '
Sabbath School 2 p. m. Preaching Rev. C. B. Stalling, Pastor : i & MADISON ST. PHONE 10

every week by R. L. Mathews, pas Sunday School 10 a.m., :Morning i iWorshhi'p I YOInLL LOVE the new Ester-,

tor. Bible Study each Thursday 11 a.m. BTU 6:30 p.m., .i brook purse-size fountain pens in i Nona St. Starke STARKE, FLA. .

7:30 p. m. A friendly welcome Evening Service 7:30 p.m. Pra'er.I pastel shades. Only S2JS8 at Bradford .

awaits everyone Meeting' WednQIllay'7:30 p.m. County Telegraph. Iv---- --- -- -- ,

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12-A Home Room Ends On TopIn 1,est in your city. I LIt converted to natural gas whereas i}Ir. George Kopelouscs. Starke, OTICB OF- -INTENTION- -- --: --TO--

has been suggested that the'I the old engines could not. Florida. I HKCISTKH FIC'rITIUC9AE.
I Notice is hereby given that >
Intramural Track City should take bids on the act- t In any event, this Company would We again wish to advise that undersigned under the pr ti.-.

SPORTSI Competition ual installation costs of used andnew not finance the City of Starke, or I this is not an article of criticism I of Chapter of 21\, will?53. Laws < Acts 1941 register 'T
I! f equipment. This would clear'iup ,any other City on a large pur- Rather its intention is merely to !I C' >rk of the Circuit Court n.
This past week saw the com- any doubts as to which would|i chase of second hand and obsolete advise the citizens of the offer we;;for Bradford County. State .>f F
I of intramural complete intramural slate, the i da, receipt of proof .of ;
jpletion competition ; upon
i broad jump and the be the most desirable for the City. i equipment. As you know we have\made to the City and the advant- 'i'cation of this notice, the f.. cname
Tornadoes !in the senior high school division pole vault.
Open Home Season Tonite; Two events this !This suggestion we feel would bej::handled several issues of bonds on ages which we feel we can offer. :, of Su KaJiat.",runder -
with :Mr. Knight's 12A home room past week were fair whuh I '\miit npap. !
completed, the discus throw and to everyone and would accom- j jour City and are very proud of We wish to assure you of our > :'7 :the tlrn-; ', KuiM "'
emerging as top team with a I plish the true facts of the entire the record have made. wholehearted cooperation with AM Std'txe KM
total of 30 1-2 Second the 440 yd. run. Freddie Stephens ;you .. ,.
points. '
With Raiford In This TI 1'1- "
Split PreliminaryBradford won the former ipicture. suggestion came I\Ve trust you will see your way undertaking of the Cry m which "
place went to: }Ir. Faber's 10-C with a heave of I I': i M'lie: : .irI'it.1 !- F'l
from '' .
home 112' 5". Stephens is from room one of the citizens in Starke ji I clear to buy new equipment. we tan be of servo I U : '1" : : \!
and third dir.Casey's
room place who has shown I It> 41 I" "
; great interest in :ancereic .
,,,9.Finishing behind Very truly F: '
10-A with 19 12'and Stephenswere yours :x
High's 1955 baseball the Tornadoes were Edgar AkI'ridge group Burt McGee, Reason Kirkland, ,,this expansion program. It was NEU AND COMPANY F.m'b..IIlkh'r$@ & C\\). "
crew completed its pre-season I with two blows and Glen 17 1-2 points respectively. I'I Tim Green ,his idea that actual bid prices :
,, and Fred G.eu ,
Members of the winning team will Phillip Clark in lS) ---01.
competition by splitting two games Reddish and Wallace Rivers, each (i I that order. In the 440-yard :should be gathered to replace any : PartnerFGA
with the State Farm team at Rai- i with a timely single. receive small watch-charm type.Van,' Presoott run estimated figures which might'

ford this week Monday night the Bradford opens its regular sea- I.itiedala suitably engraved. I,!tional 60.6 race ran almost for an a eighth sensa- have been presented. )II ., : to P INKIER ELECTRIC SERVICE
Tornadoes tOOk a 16-4 shellackingbut ison schedule tonight (Friday) The individual high point man grader. Van is in Mr. Ferguson'sSC I There has been quite a bit Of ;
bounced back two nights laterto Green the ( ,discussion i jMr..:: L. O. Hazen, Starke. FloridaMr.
!I against Cove Springs in of senior high competition was J room. Finishing behind the on financing the pres-, _

eke out an g-7 win. Wallace !,Starke. Game time is 8 p.m. Wayne Woolen, a varsity candi-,!winner were Charles Noegel, Leslie lent' expansion program. The fol- Ewell Lawson, Starke. Flond.iMr. &!I/TH'

Rivers worked on the mound for !(Probably the -starting pitcher for date this year, but eligible for intramural i j Libb}, .Reason Kirkland, and B. ,lowing is a letter which we were \V. T. Jackson Sta ke. Floi uia; ; I

the first five innings for the BHS .j j Bradford will be lefthander, Ed- competition sll. e he did Whitehead in that order. asked by one of the City Officials j' i id

nine and was relieved in the 6th by .j jwin. Johns with Eulie Rushton be- not earn a letter last year. Wooten. < I'to publish for the citizens. ,

Edgar: Akridge. The Raiford nine :jhind the plate. Glen Reddish who ,a tenth grader, should help the BHs I FILL t ?' RADIO

at that time had a 6-3 lead. In the (.. only recently has joined the squad 'varsity track team considerably' Track Team NEU AND COMPANY DIRTGOOD )F

sixth Bradford exploded with a. if his "IM" is I 406 Central National Building
,is looking good at first and will performance any AND
f<.our-run outburst to take a 7-6 i,probably get the starting nod. Elder I indication. He finished first in the .Has First MeetIn i Des Moines: 9, Iowa RICH <, ..

lead. An insurance run was addedin at short, Edward Akridge at .440 yd. run and the shot put : I :March: 11, 1955 TELEVISIONSales

the 7th inning. When the State second and Kopelousos at third second in the 100 }d. dash, tied for; Ocala Today/ Mr. James A. Lewis TOP SOILSee

Farm nine came to bat in the final (will complete the infield. Buck II second in the pole vault, and wasa I' IChairman, City Council .

frame ((7th), the first batter |Gill will probably get the call at member of the second-place 440 The Bradford High thinclads j Starke, Florida. 17-inch TMahogany

grounded out to the pitcher but Center field with two pitchers Ed- .yd. relay team. Just for good mea;journey to Ocala today (Friday) I '
the second hitter singled, stole gar Akridge and Wallace Riversj sure he added one-half point for a:'to meet a strong Northeast Con- ,I Dear Mr. Lewis: I BILL JACKSON and Sen.ireII
second and third and scored on avoid j holding the other two outfield 4th place tie in the high jump, a I[.ference squad. The Tornadoes did i' Jackson Transfer I. I .,

pitch. The next batter hit a ,spots because of their hitting. total of 19 1.2 points.; Lyle Buck ,'not meet Ocala in a dual meet'last We understand your city is negotiating { Company 224 X. Temple Ave. PHONE 166 Starke, Florida

long drive which was labeled for The schedule for next week: of room 12-A had 13 1-2 points form year, but were in.a. pair of second for the purchase of some Phone 165

extra bases but the runner was Tues., March 22, Ketterlmus second high individual score. j!:meets in which the Ocalans were I hand equipment for ;your ----
'lone j electric light plant. This .
thrown of several teams company --
out trying to make it all entered. -
St. 8 scored ,
Augustine, p.m. Other senior high rooms '

loaded the way.the Three bases.bases Wallace in balls Rivers then f|Gainesville Fri. March, 3 p.m.25, P. K. Yonge i in as 1 1-2 follows points: ; 12B 11A., 5 1 point points: ;11B 12C, 8, !"''of Bradford II'L'I these the two first outscored meets.for both Ocala Today's in meet one ;'j I Chas Light States financed Plants for the all Municipal last over thirty the Electric United years. Sell It Rent It Trade It t

was called back into the game to points: ; 11C, 5 points; lID 5 1-2 I schools.
I ,II We have found in most all situa-
Coach J. C. Hobbs
I seems
put out the fire and promptly I II I YOU'LL LOVE the new Ester! points; lOB, 6 points; 10D, n of|with his half-mile and mile relay Itions where second hand equipment WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIEDLow

obliged by forcing the batter to score; and 10E, 6 1-2 points.In teams which he hopes will is purchased it is a definiteI
)brook purse-size fountain t tpaid In [ accumu- JAc
pens I ANfEItSPE Rates Good Results Easy To Place
pop out to third baseman Gus "hadt"Onl.r $ .58 at Bradford the junior high competition ilate}: enough points to bring homo mistake. When you purchase newj RUNNiN6 11
Kopelousos. Leading hitters for County Telegraph. 'there are two more events left t the bacon. j(Diesel equipment, it even becomes S4I5 !0 WORDS OR LESS OXE INSERTION: 50c

j The Line-ups .obsolete after a few years. How- RABMT APPEARS r.. EACH ADDITIONAL WORD 2c

: 1 120 yd. High Hurdles Townsend I ever, in new equipment if any ALMOST WHITE ITHAS 1I1"'OI' OF IS PEH CKNT ON TWO Oil MORE I\RRTIO9
i changes are made these changes
I Strickland and James Har-
;:rell.I (jean be made on the new equip- MUSCLES BACK '( ALObIG THE t :..... .I)11ITIO\4L FOIl IILI'UUS OK .illsOT PUU I\ AI\' '\I'.:

100 yd. Dash Bobby Ferguson |ment. HAt 1 -

SHOP AT HOME I and Wayne Woolen. I!! I think the State of Flonda \\ill >'' MEMOKIAMS, CARDS 0 TIIAXKS, RESOLUTIONS 20c Per Line

I :Mile: Run Jimmy Hazen, Virgil :shave natural gas very soon and no t ;i? 1 (COUNT 5 WORDS TO EACH LINE)

Lee, Charles Kirkland. j doubt the new engines could be -it. iS-A
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II i WE HAVE Half Mile, Clifford Relay -Martin TownsendStrickland Bill 1 All You Need K F"KI.K I: : on.,' i l.'t ;" X 201 feet.n FuR laxT--'n.. four IIMHU h
.. and Al- with ?
JACKSONVILLE PRICES Moore Bobby Ferguson. --? \\ -i \\ "-st Sladtxm .1.'lrtl' kitchen, "II. .,
DRAW THEBROWN I.n Hart HP land.! Unr\two room uliiii fun, '
440 yd. Dash Harold Godwin ished. Buth have .
acc>s t. 1
Child's SKIM l'o&E1"HEk" IK.
I for Cough i *:!tars & ?
and Kenneth Elder. -:::::-... FOH1.1- : II1N'FLLAFOTSl : I II Stripes, Kmgsi i Lrn,

NEVER ISO yd. Low Hurdles Strick When colds, measles or flu kayo ----- --.w. i r.i.r.cTimMWIM Tn1"(11 ; MC-IIIK l FOR i I

UNDERSOLDr land and Harrell. ;i your child with a croupy cough get 1 ltr.MIM.TON T'I'tWIUTF.UI 1! ed house REXT-TWo her room loin-I _
111LT111111111; \CII1NK: couple or t auplr| .,
880 'd. i! Creomulsion quick because chronicI MEN. rant. ('
Run Cater
Ronald Brown.Dennis or.
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.. ,,-r : ._ .__ q_ }MatHews. I bronchitis may develop. Creomulsion ell'Uil.l'U 1IItG111 I\n ton Ms. Gradys Harri11Kt'.r|h, I/I",.
soothes raw throat and chest mem-

Medley Relay Wayne Woolen I I branes,loosens and helps expel germy Beware ,Full SALE-Kroeler Sofa and chaircovired FOR Good SALE-Simmons Sofa ?.. d
Kenneth Elder, Charles Kirkland, I phlegm, mildly relaxes systemic ten in pink plastic. In good -onditlon.. Phone :34.: .!I-J. "
EXTRA SPECIALS Shaw. sion and aids nature fight the causa i, condition Phone 24-W. Up
j FOR \I.E-1tj acre land on Highway IOU.SALE-Antidue.
I 'A : used .
Easter 220 yd. Dash Wayne Voote n. of irritation. Get milder, tastier (Ilrownlee Uoiid) See G. L.Kersey and household good fuin.u,,
'! :Mile Creomulsion for Children !in the pink> Rt. :2, Box 60 Starke. Ing (tarn. Highway 301 Old( b, ,? :,
Relay Godwin, Martin, Feature LockDiamond tp 318i road from El Ranch'o a -
and blue package at your drug counter. Jbael.arhg.
Moore, Ferguson.Pole i I
FRIDAY & SATURDAY i Hloomlnir Azalran ? I I'
Ringis -ache
Vault Robert
Humphries .
II M'iCI\I: MI.K 0>" \Z U.las tfASTEII-Secretary
.\'II CAMKLMtS for Lt'gJ"lat
and Donald Slade. session in
I CHILDREN a ring of incomparable All 1'lnnlH at Half Prlre April and ;Slay.Tallaha-set' d/lnllt
High Jump Stanley Clark, rtliivti Coughi, Chest Colds, Acutt Broach)". SKFING is HKI.MIM ply IhYle E. Good salary AI'
5 Lbs. the Conner
Virgil Lee, Robert Humphries. i I loveliness worthy IIK\r.Ilii: .'Z \I..:' OAIUIKN Phone :PiiS. III". Ag" l
THE Broad Bill] Moore and I sacred sentiment it symbolizes A11fRtiF.itl' IIl'hl
Jump Pauline Karlr: 23c
Epson TAX Uullington I Fla. FOR SALE-1 Auto
Wayne Wooten. RETURNS I Drop by i rhoDtItOlburt Ha2: F.arlrton. Ix ire mesh) I,. See -Bop canter
faster UI O.
/ Shot Put Clark and Locke. Studio and Gift Shop and Cypress and Westmoreland
PREPARED l'wehurst :Sir:
i Discus -- Jimmy Weldon and let us show you the new I lIuLdivl.llon.
59c St. Joseph's as : Harrell. A. J. Thomas, Starke, Fla.
Bunny --"' ,' (James i BEAUTI GLO Feature- S1'A.CTEDCOTTOR.4C.
rMmeralOil I -iiLTSr
35c SEE Lock Mounting.Announcing II.ts IE Telegral'h.CLEAS. Bradford COUnt

<:\ ,.. A Few Berries FOR SALE tf-
ire> Hire Klncy! Gale Plarr SS-ME STATE BANK KEY-
Comp. Scented 70% TO .... \Expected TodayA SATURDAY AT I UliuK I1linth of I*h,rrr completely bed room mn FDIC.HEIGHTS, FLA.. IIIEIJ

\ STUDIO AND GIFT SHOD nished. and tat foul lot ritrndiug
Rubbing Alcohol 29c BRADFORD COUNTY from I.nUe to Highwayrw : 1950 ENGLISH FORD, low mileage
KOCH'Sr' light volume of strawberries'is good condition. Priced to .
ABSTRACT OFFICE \ home at !Saratoga 1I.IIC..t.. see It at Torode'g Lot
expected at the State Farmers' II beautiful no MilidUUion toMarkr. Used Car
U. S. P.Hydrogen. Market here today, according to''' ]15311'[ Call St.--Starke, Fla. .11 IIIA1rMt and Flit financingatailahlr. on ladi- If

XI. P... Judd, manager. Volume will xn n .\\..hll" to Pratt .\.rnue and FOR SALE-Uilimited supply ,nt

Peroxide 9c LARGE! ASSORTMENT: be heavier next week and growers ; sj;:;n, turn right.) or Tobacco later. Plants E. A. Ga ready n..)to. nSj.k"';x

are advised to pick on Tuesdays i i Building tots farine 11111 Dolin!; __ Strhe 3 t to)
OF DIFFERENT The Opening Of ... .. .
TYPE and': Fridays until production increases lloulrtard In e -lu i r rrxidrnt- I LET
I lal nrptiun.M J. D. OOOM. JR
j i|, enough to: warrant daily I IMMLE VOIH
2 Bath SizeJergensSoap EASTER I i pod HO arrr tract for building CATTLK AND HOGS
(Picking. I STARKE RADIATOR SERVICE that country home or for SALES _
15c .; Acreage is light here this year kubdiiiding.For Lkr Oak Karh HdRfRdpplpr.aille ,
CANDY but on1plants I II /; Kara Frfdaj
CARDS bloom and fruit now
( young RECORDING[ OK ANY KIND OF RADIATOR thrnr and other bargain In tf'OK
indicate that yield will beheavy. | real rktalr oce
Acreage is estimated at REPAIRS I, JE\T-Two bedroom furnished -

SI,00 Woodbury BASKETS GRASS : ,:between 100 and 150 acres while i, ALL WORK GUARANTEED A. J. THOMAS Itadio apartment.and TV Shop.Apply Shepherds tfchg!

69c : I last year's was around 200. '' I!
Cold Cream e HKAI.TORXU CARPEXTEll WORK Block work
NAPKINS PLATES 'I' : Temple A... 'lelepkone aSStarke ;J I Hiring plumbing, roofing, siding,
Fire Destroys Temple AI e. Green IMdg. Starke Florida proutlnK and cement work.
I Write c. A. Sorrell, c/o Bradford
II Esther I I1 TONY HAMS, Manager fountv Telecrauh.: 41 !2. P5rhrFtri
$1.38 Lady BUNNIES Newsome HomeFire ;I 1 tt.\.\TEU: Tt) lU'Y 1I0nHSult
aLle for Lake ( .ttafc'e. 2 or 31! : KENT.! bedroom unfurnished
All Cream 98c 7 '''..IM.-. .niuM I be praitual to movelakt. hou.se at .!OS I'lark St. jr>u mourn i
,I Purpose last week totally destroyedthe '- t', Call ilr>. frowstin at 2 y I See ,
i : __ .. _._ : _. .: .:_ __: ._ : .. : _. : c. : Kill graham; at Al\ar. home of Ernie Newsome, located
it. MI;
\1 Baskets Made To Order ( 1lOr llii.liFFor: U,I.\
\I, about seven miles south of SAVE $ SAVE $ SAVE S SAVE S SAVE fT.M! down and Dar a nerk. .)ou Full SALK-Four wheel dri\- J. ,.u
I 2.00 Revelon : Starke on Highway 100. It was ran hate a TF1F'.11t.. I.I.. tll- i'lckup Truck NewUK: <..,i.
\'TEInutulUaU. (!a Hot i-at-h. M .
USE McMillan.
II OUR LAY-AWAY ,\ unoccupied at the time.A \\a.lI'r Heater in >our home-full> I n ng
Aquamarine Lotion 1.25 i DRASTIC in->.. ,I..II. For old and net .'Uitonierx WAXTEIales Lady, _
I! ....."""."..."".""..." previous blaze, believed to of) !U.t11F/:1! CO. Phone in grocery must taU.u.!ter .xperienoed -
Ii : have been caused by defective 121. tfI 'quick at figures. Good pa>. \;,, K -

II I 111 wiring, had occurred 72 hours I 14.1: (IEXT-hlt. hrn.>ttr alun>. At I Fruit Stand. lip
I' $1.25; Edna Wallace E : FIRE AND AUTO INSURANCE Han h, ::: miles S. ofM.iiKe
I earlier, when the Newsomes were :, )L htgan ; I 1 I-K5 STEADI'AHSIX(; f..r manor

I q Face Cream -1.fit) 1 II'I I\I,\ I home at about 1:30 in the morning.I''I on HiKhwa 100. :!tp S'2iK ; I Advertised woman. Watkin llirtributeau 1'rixlu'.nul.!,n,

t +!I'i I''li, and was extinguished with the aid RATE REDUCTIONSKeep 1 Id.'l i R SALK Baldnin.-Firoom Fla. Well home, large !Starke.ment; needed No experience ti nn-t-

', ,,i dl I..1 of neighbors The ( : fire is!. < onifortable near :-;.. .... situated'i:: Easy to establish Age sear no l hid'r.ri.-r.uiirt
I, believed t" have started at almost' Kle'trie light, running ( usineyfull .
'I II Your INSURANCE: in STARKE and still benefit or part time \\ i.Mr.
$2 I 00 Helena Curtis M-nrtian blinds, space heatt'l'hrubh..ry. C. n. Ruble, Dept. 51Tn..
E 'iil I'I J exactly. the same time in the from the LOWEST possible rates.STARKE'S !- I'lu.rie COL. 61".g.Sic J. \Vatkint. Companv M<'r'I"-|
: I i morning.To. ..r ;Mrs C. T. Handl"v. Itp %. Tenn. I up
1:1 JELLY 3
''I Creme Shampoo1.39 i liii liiiII
> ONLY MUTUAL AGENCY Full SAbE-Four room deep
I well electri its hack of llart- FOH SALE

II I'I II il II it il The Citizens : mann'x Norman Furniture., la. 2 Reasonable.Thomas Box ..-*'. '

I! C 100 SeaforthShave > Per OC I I! Doyle E. Conner Insurance AgencyPhone Starke. 21J11 I SLAG ROCK

I ) *> Lb. L 7J ]I'I F''YIALt; 10 ft. Hydroplane i)

1:1:1:; ': Lotion1.00 1 1 Of Starke 283 !?911'. Can St Starke, Fla. .fin
I 111/11/111111111111U11/111/11/1. plant. 2tn32j: ;, Parkways

i 1'\'\ lOe Jeris Pint As a follow up of last week's ar- SAVE S SAVE S SAVE $ SAVE $ SAVE F' .1! At.F.-T"mat<> Plants. 61\'. I i $3.00 Per Yard
ticle we wish to further adviseyou I.-T 100 or fj; per 1.000. Marvin |

it:' Hair Oil 2 bot. for 49c Vacuum Bottles of the offer which Fairbanks. '.------ :- -4 -:-_-- _:=___.:_ 'o ...-' '- g ;. Johnson.-. Alton Road across fr Up"..iiiHertnle j I I I In 5 Yard Lots

I ;+ 1.59I Morse Starke.and Co.It has made been to the brought Cityof -I'nR,I s.\LI--W"ndt'r Giant Pt"I'Pt"1'1 Call

I'lajits. $450 p.'r l.Oljfi. Will BILLY JACKSON
I to attention i h.i\i- aO.Ofio. delnerj Saturdayni'
I our that there is a ::
I' si 1on O >rninp. r'"ntact I.....n Norman or
misunderstanding on the delivery 0rJ YOUR ATTIC5 Farrnt Tarkt Itche Phone 165
21 INCH DOLL >'at< !
I 98ci I I
; I' which we could offer the City on
Gillette TV Razor 59c
I i, Diesel RADIOS KEPAIRED WANTED %I manager f,,7 i.,r-
I our new generating equip- INVITING YOU ; zier'j- C'jgetub fir lro101.J! !
All fl.t.ft.11 SiodrlRtirRMUnsblr
I ment. We understand that some County anJ urround.nji r "'7n'-
2 Cell All Chrome With BatteriesI I rharee KnaranterdfHS. .,
training. n.-ai
| : -
app. iance.
have the idea it would be v TO ADD (:. Mir.PIIKHU Alile
12I to
Anacin Tablets 98c Flash months before we could supply I j 1 ty 'III W. Call St. SUrke 1'''. Kit ultsaiona1'rrie traHigh GertruiKuaii: i .m--
Lights 98c i' go, Rt. 4, Kox 184, UiaU
I Starke with a new engine. To O ANOTHERROOM i 4th. hn: 4 ,
I i'i'I I clear up any misunderstanding weI' Electric Motors'I'I'IUEWOU HOrSE TRAILER FOR SALK -
could make shipment on a new OR ',, ,
SIlO] SieNervine 51 Guaije I !I, With or without lot. ( /1.:01: > t.;
I !IiI i'i'engine' from 60 to 90 days based \ I'.ith, including' ml/ fJiariKt S'
I near Sth. J. (;. Wager 1;,,),. 6n.; .
Y Y 98c Cannon Hose 98c i Ii!;1' on the present outlook of our delivery TWOe SERVICED Starkt- ap .. _-.

I '''I! schedule. We also advised I '
\\'iV WATCHES NOW $1 rt'.uand -.
--- I :;, the City of a Portable Generating Small Appliance Repair Jl pn week at Dahm--r'-

iii iiiI \' unit which Fairbanks. Morse & Co General Machine Work H'hll
Fill Your Deep Freeze With \\1''i!,;:I, has for the purpose of assisting ,, FOR RENT-Three bedroom r",l... -
I, C1 i,II their customers when they have a e orated, unfurnished hon>p. ','t;
l .
I' 2 PintsAll 4 5 ':u:1C situation facing them such as now All Work Guaranteed West Mr.-- S lfadi..jniour-on.on'all Water 201-J.:-:t. or s- -.

{ li! I I 'faces the City of Starke. This unit LOCAL TRADEMARKS,loc Reasonable Rates I 2tp 3 25

; Flavors III': is one which could be set in your I' FUR SALE Correct Craft Jr. 1IJ
ce ream jii jiiF II
j plant and operated with your present I h.p.condition.inboard 11.250.motor.C. Marks l-xc..l1l-ur Rit.'h,

-.- engines should the load exceed RED SEAL I Rt 2. Bus 212-B. Starke. 2tp 3 -') I

the plant capacity before additional -R"KE l3uILDER FOR RE-tT-Four houe.. I
t room running
,,1 equipment could be added. ;J- .-- s ELECTRIC & :MACHINE water and electricity
i PHONE 53: \\0 miles out Highway 16. L. B. Jar !
KOCH! DRUG STORE We have had the opportunity t J SHOP dan, lu. I,. VoX 4J7. Up

; FREE DELIVERY I j talk with many of you who read BUILDERS SUPPLIES ItpSALE

;p,1','I I our article last week. It a'asj' a 1Y ... \V. CKAUDON Ffln -Tasty good. Boat milk
Ii :;I!c a quart at plar e. L E. J->r-
;: 2 Registered Pharmacists To Serve You At All Times I j':I I pleasure swer the to questions talk with which you you and ask an !; &333' at ,fl,{.. Owner, Manager dan Rt. 1. HOT 427: Tp
__- __ __ __ _______ -- ____ _. ul!1! :, ed. It is to be commended that so 106 Washington Starke,St.Ha.-rhone 391 Vf Wi">\>.1 .rfALE: -, 't-.W.-! f-tern,.t|, FS'-r r,"I: i-UK g %, ,_!le:,,

O--=......: _h _=-_ __-=__ ==-- -- _- -- _.- = many o;' :\ni take an active inter -' JU n: If.\ H 'ip- R- '
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