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Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 25, 1955
Publication Date: 1888-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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-l ;: : warrant charging Robert
Hal! started to ripen this :
Crawford, 21, brickmason, of Bradford -
week, and growers sold 783 cratesat : "
hr-a : County, with rape was issued
the Starke Farmers Market for :' .:, .' ;;. 'i.r: ... ... ... V..alw4"A Thursday, March 17. by County
a total revenue of $6,390.27, with ,"" : ,r' t-. .--. .+:;-- Judge Theron A. Yawn upon the
the high being $10.20 and the low --1 "'t. .. \.. '{ : 'I'W' "
affidavit
: _. of a
a' ;# .. J11 .9 16-year-old Bradford
55, according to M. R. Judd, market I \ ..... }' "" ,
-' County girl. Crawford
who lives
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manager. .
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NEW ZONING MAP, placed on exhibit Monday at the City Hall, is The government inspector, Ben .. : )).:: ::.'..r.Jft\'.... f' $,... V V V ,,Iear Lawtey, was apprehended by
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Sheriff
., : 4) V V P. D. Reddish
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close Mrs. Re left and Mrs Ed Ten- y, ,V.; 'e V ?( dVl V e V V V
given study by Carolyn
ly members of the City HaIl office staff. The ladies are holding s-tated that the quality of the berries .. "''I, ou '"" .,. .. : : .... t -- -,,;.;.......- r $3,000 bond
i' I> > ; .; ''l' The alleged crime
is said
copies of the new zoning ordinance, also available to the public at the is very poor, with much of the ,to, R; If: 'Q'-2 F; fi r.,1 !.have taken place in the Hampton to
held fruit scarred, soft and small. He ,'" ,
City Hall. First public meeting on the proposed! ordinance will be l.. .... ... ; .L,Lake
>- area on the
"" < '- night Of March
.ttt.r <1'
predicts. however that once the ....... 1"- .. :
at 7:30 In the City Hall"Thursday night March 31, for the purpose "rm'i. :t .
p.m.
."., ." .-, "'" H In her statement
... CI. '., '"' the girl told
"rough stuff is off the plants, I
of receiving and bearing applications for changes in the plan. p.c jiIt ; .' \f Judge Yawn that she went for
that will The 90's, ... a
quality pick up. ,
.
Shaded areas shown above represent business and industrial zones, ii : : :.-"_ _Jco--a.4I::: ; I ride with the accused man, who
ts
he said, look good, but the Missionary
while light areas are residential berries are off in quality.A looked like the "good old days" were back again out at Morris Mrs. Carter (left) smiles happily as the nimble hands of packers ;married, along with another couple,

different system of gradingwill Carter's farm in the Heilbronn section Monday when his two-acre keep busy! sorting the fine, large 90's. Busy in the packing shed are I 1 to a place near Hampton Lake and

Mrs. Effie Johns, Mrs. :Marie Underbill, Mrs. Raif Alvarez, Mrs. Fred :that the alleged assault took place
of the
first
be used this year, he said, as patch of Florida 90 strawberries gave their heavy yield
follows lit'ralLanIer, Mrs. Mamie Clark, and :Mrs. Ida Mae Reddish.! They sing the after he got her away from the
: season. Bushes were so laden with ripe fruit that pickers were
Three..Week EducationalFinancialCampaign 1st number minor defects. ly having a "field day," averaging a heaping quart of fruit from praises of th 90's, which are easy to pack and make a beautiful show. tell car her on the pretext of wanting to

such as slightly scarred, green, etc., every six: to eight plants. One time over the two-acre plot (about At an average of around $8 per crate, this first heavy picking brought something.

2nd number major defects, 37,000 plants) yielded 75 crates of fine red berries.: the Carters well over $500. I her A few days later the girl told
Launched ChamberThe aunt what had
By soft. over-ripe, leaky, I happened who
in turn
told the girl's mother. The
3rd number decayed or rotted' 'I

board of directors of the I I commercial and industrial interests fruit 4th; number undersized fruit. I I Rites/ WednesdayFor !r Report Shows Progress On 60 Miles I Red Cross Drive ,(for mother an examination took the girl and to then a doctor to the

Starke-Bradford County Chamber are increasing at a rapid rate. I authorities, at which time the war-
As of the At
examples Mark
I new grading:j j : Halfway
of Commerce formally inaugurateda Many tourists are coming; to the system, here are a number of J. S. NormanJames } rant was issued, leading to Craw-

three-weeks educational-financial chamber office for information and Roads $1,810,031A ford's arrest.In .
sales, with the grade being given: Of County Totaling
effort at Tues- assistance. Bradford County has just
a special meeting :The inquiries from first, and then the price: I II pass- a statement to Sheriff P D

day afternoon. Objective of the throughout America must Ee an- 4-6-0-0 $8.40; 8-8-0-0, 6.20: I :edthe halfway mark in its current I Reddish, Crawford denied the

campaign will be to interpret the i swered immediately and accurately. 4-6-0-0. $9.00h5O0; : $9.20: construction progress report on the 60-mile. $1,810,031 road :Red Cross fund drive, G. T. Hug- I,I charge.
work and purpose of the Chamber. "All this work is expected of under the State Road Department in Brad- I. 1 I,
10-6-0-4, $8.80; 2-4-0-6. 6.00: I program currently way by ''gins, chairman announced j The facts of the affair will be
of Commerce to the business and the chamber on budget that is I Road Chairman Wilbur E. yester-I I
a week
2-6-0-2 $7.60: 5-3-0-0. $9.80. ford County was released last by ':day. This year's quota is (presented to a Bradford County

professional interests of the city inadequate to meet the needs," B. W. Peal was one of the buy- I j while only $1,364.05 has been col- I grand jury which will convene

and county. said Mrs. Howe. ers on the market, and in addition :, Jones.The following table shows that two of the projects (Route 200 in ,ilected to date. i some time before the spring term

"The Chamber of Commerce rep- An analysis of the chamber's there were a number of local buy : I Starke, and streets in Hampton) have been completed. Thepercenage ', of the Circuit Court, and if an

resents all interests of Starke and membership and finance shows a ers and peddlers. i i of completion, cost, and length of all projects are liste No communities outside of !indictment is returned by the grand
the County in matters of advertis- total of only 52 subscribers. These Peal stated emphatically that j Starke have reported, Huggins i 1ury the case will be tried In Mayin
below
and publicity, in seeking new and members produced $1,354 last berry growers in this section have : Bid i said, and he hopes that these, to- the court.

desirable payrolls, In promoting year. At the meeting of the directors never resumed the high grade of State J; :-V %Com- price gether with the colored areas, will The penalty for rape ranges froma

activities that will secure greater Tueseday a financial objective packing which they employed be- Road No. Location Miles pl'te In $.s I I give the campaign a boost when term in prison to the death

volume of business for our retail of $5,000 was adopted for the cur- fore World War H. He said that S-231 SR 235 to Union Co. line 2.828 36 51,223 j their reports come in. penalty in the electric chair.

Interests and for our motels, rent educational-financial cam during the war, when unclassified S-125 SR 200 to Union Co. line 7.737 46 221,431 I So far the following have report-

hotels, and all business enterprisesthat paign.A berries sold for $12 to $14 a crate, Court Street in Starke 0.031 89 2,718 I jed: Cancer Drive <""ir.

cater to the tourist business, series of business conferences, growers got careless because they l. I -100 South to west limits, Starke 1.488 74 223,613200 I Starke Elementary School, Mrs. I I ""
such as service stations, restau- or "clinics," will be held week aft In Starke 0.242 100 21,711 'I To Start
rould sell anything they packed, S. (Buddy) Norman, 76, H. H. Adams, chairman, $24.50. April 1
rants, etc.," stated Jerry O. Gay, er next as a part of the educational and that they have never completely died Sunday evening at his home, S237S100A Alachua Co. line to SR 18 2.306 65 5-1,962 Kingsley Lake residential, Mrs.

president of the trade organiza campaign. Some 300 business got out ot the habit. Route 1, Box 104, Lawtey, after along Streets in Starke 9.750 34 112,652 I Robert Firth, chairman, $22.35. With a quota of $700 set for

tion.Starke and professional interests will be Ben Melvin who has a "pretty"patch illness. Edwards Loop Road SR 200 to SR I Camp Blanding, Mrs. J. A. Griffin Bradford County the annual Can-
is growing rapidly and, divided into six classified business of berries this season, picked 100 SW of Starke 3.415 63 61,065 I chairman cer Fund drive will get under way
Born in Clay County, Mr. Nor- $36.40.
with the increase in population Only those in each division 48 ; Friday. Apr. I, the chairman
an- groups. crates this week; he sold man had resided in Bradford County S-325 Santa Fe River to SR 18 in Hampton 2.306 71 84,558 I county -
ticipated during the immediate will be invited to any one clinic. At 10 on: Wednesday which graded Humphreys Gold Corp. employees i Miss Dorothy Alvarez announced
for the past 65 A well. S-100A Griffis Loop Road SR-100 S. of
year ahead, definite plan for the these sessions the work and pro- 2-5-0-0 and sold for $9.80. years. $87. yesterday.The .
known farmer, he was also a Starke E and S to SR 100 3.712 12 107,936
growth and development must be gram of the chamber will be ana- Ossle Cason picked 33 crates Starke residential, total $210.20N. start of the drive will be
made j cordincr JoJn.embe .JoJ- Jyaed.and.further expanded in ord; this week. and got,$8.50 for his dealer 0 in strawberries years ago. 'S-225 S .-22r \13.SampsonCity. 3.878 62 120,388 ( W chairman, Mrs. Vernon heralded by the ringing of church

,. 'the chamber( board.' er that aU business and professional Missionaries on. Monday. and also served as a School Board S- 18 SR-100 to Clay Co. line 1.452 69 501,036 ,Silcox, $61.75; N. E. chairman bells in all parts of the county at

Mrs. Marian Howe, executive of Starke and Bradford Winstead said the Plant City member from 1941 until.1954, partof .100 Clay Co. line to Starke 10.965 26 410,269 iMrs. W. S. McAliley. $69.95: S. E. 1 nm. on that day. :Miss Alvarez

secretary of the chamber, points, County will have a part in the development area had a pretty good season, but the time as Chairman of the I Streets in Lawtey 1.250 73 35,089 ,I chairman, Mrs. O. L. Haynes Jr., paid. The bells will ring for three
Board. He of the
out that the demands upon the of the program for the dry weather cut them off was a member S229AS225 SR-229 ot SR 16 2.294 2 44,566 |$36.50; S. W. chairman. Mrs. Stan- minutes and the public is askedto
Heilbronn
Church.
headquarters office, from our own work. Prices were good he said, with 35 Baptist I Streets in Hampton 1.080 100 15,000 ;ley Noegel, $43)). 'pause for 10 seconds during

to 40 cents at the start of the! Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Carrie Santa Fe River to SR 18 at Graham .897 51 22,821 Starke business district: Florida that period in order to point up the

Homestead Notice I Jr. Hi Intramurals season, and 15 to 22 cents near the, Norman; four daughters, Mrs. S-23S SR-225 to 3.1 ml. West 3.091 12 66,601 I Bank at Starke, $100; $50 contributors significance of the drive.A .
end. He said they have mostly Lois Carter of Jacksonville, Mrs. I I Kick-off Dinned for the drive
S21A SR-100 to 1.5 mL South and West 1.445 73 21,110 M. W. Cressler T. H.
Tax Collector Gene Long stated i Completion of Junior High In-. 90's down there. and that they Gladys Carter and Mrs. Mamie Lou Slade County Commissioners $25 was held Thursday night at the
this week that April 1 is the last' generally brought better prices Aguiar. both of Lawtey, and Mrs. I, ; Guidon Grill with Mrs. Anne H.
tramural Track competition has, TOTALS 60.167 1,810,031 contributors, L. G. Powell, Draw-
day to file for 1955 HomesteadTax than the Missionaries. Myrtie Gaskins of Starke: four : Franz, field representative of the
been postponed until next Mon' (Figures on Hampton paving estimated. Exact figures not availWoman's Tite Co., DeWitt C. Jones, E. L.
L. Miami and
Exemption and urged that all Peal said that the Louisiana area sons, D. Norman of | Florida Division, American Cancer
day. The pole vault is the last, O. J., T. I.. and Howard Norman ': able.) Matthews, Hercules Powder Co.,
who have not yet tiled, do so be- is shipping a considerable quantityof Society on hand to give last
Dr. T. G. Ritch, H. C. Wall AgenLovett's -
fore that date. event left to complete the slate. berries at this time. all of Lawtey: two sisters, Mrs.J. minute information and sugges.tions. .
S. Sapp and Mrs. W. C. Clemons, ,Corn Contest 'cy, Stump's, A & P, City .

.-- both of Starke: one brother, I. N.1' Death .I To Be I Council; Barksdale's, $20.I .
SponsoredBy
Norman of Miami; 23 grandchildren : I Mr. Huggins hopes to have the I. School Officials

and eight great-grandchil Farm Bureau drive completed by March 31.

.. dren. I Due To Poison And Teachers

held Wednesday How many bushels of corn can
.. 1 Funeral services were II Brownies Meet 'Attend Conventioni
i-r.-. ---- V afternoon at the Heilbronn be produced on one acre of Brad- i
--- ---- Baptist Church, with the Rev. Milton -;' Autopsy ShowsA ,ford County soil? That is the I The Brownie Scouts with Mrs.I A group of Bradford County ed-

I Dukes, pastor, officiating!' 'question with which the Farm N. G. Reiner, leader, met Tuesday i ucators, including Harmon P. Morgan -

i I Pallbearers were Floyd and Earl 'Bureau is challenging farmers. A afternoon at the Methodist recreation superintendent, C. S. Partin,

I j Denmark, Richard Carter, Jimmy young Bradford County mother I[kern production contest will be building.I I(Bradford High School principal,

Gaskins and Gene and Garland of three children died early last j sponsored by the Farm Bureau I The scouts learned finger and ''L. H. Gibson, general supervisor,

__ ] orman. Interment was at the] Sunday morning after telling her'for this year's crop. Any adult |hand painting during the meeting. I P. T. Noiin, Elementary School

Dyal Cemetery with arrangements{ acid." j farmer. 4-H or FFA member is ': 11rs. Glen Duke served refresh I principal, and a large number of
husband, 'Tve taken carbolic
| in charge of Key-McCabe Funeral eligible to participate. About 15 i ments. i school teachers attended the an-
: I The woman, Mrs. Annie Mc-"
Home. have already signed up. nual convention and business session -
I
;: .. Cormick Johns 29! who lives in
.....,.....,: ,,;the New River section, was pronounced I The producer may choose his !Masons To Meet I of the Florida Educational
v. "- i--:"' ., -... ____ Funeral Tuesday dead on arrival at Alachua own variety and determine his !Association at Tampa last week.

THE NEWLY COMPLETED CAFETORIUM for primary grades of the For J. R. Blackmon General Hospital. An autopsy :own spacing and fertilization i, All Master Masons are invited to I J I The Association endorsed the
'practices. The goal is the greatest j attend the regular bi-monthly{legislative program calling for a
performed at the direction ofState's
Starke Elementary Schools pictured at right above, showing attractive -
At Hampton Church Duncan 'number of bushels of corn per meeting of the Masonic Lodge I$250 pay increase for teachers, and
T. E.
covered walkway ronnf'Cting1th classrooms at left. Formerly,, I Attorney I
NO MORE acre. The Farm Bureau will 'which will be held Monday night, I a $105 per unit increase in current
proved that the !' of death
students In the primary grades had to walk to the cafeteria some dis'g'ET cause
John R. Blackmon, 73, died last I carbolic acid [award cash prizes of 75c per bushel I March 28, at the Masonic Temple. ,expense funds.
tance away, across a dirt road. In bad weather this resulted in damp was poisoning. I
FEET Saturday morning at his residence for first place; 50c for second, and
feet and frequent colds. Cafetorium will cost and Is II I According to information given
ol
$ Z,925 part I
illness 25c for third. You
at Hampton, following an | are urged to
Lake
he State's Attorney her husband Drowns At Kingsley
Bradford County's current $541,795 school construction Schoolboy
program. of several months.A I!!Emory Johns, had been to the'],leave your name with President
Polaroid 1-Mlnuta
Photoi
the
by Telegraph retired section foreman of nicture show in Starke and -ematn.ed -I!rj. R. Kelly, Secretary Freddie !

the Seaboard Air Line Railway I in 'town some time afterward I[rWatterson, or at the County i i A drowning tragedy took the

I $5,000 Reward For Toll Line Cutters Cattlemen InvestIn I Company, he was born In Georgiain arriving home in the early morning iI j lAgent's office. Entries will be re- life of a Starke schoolboy, LeamonJDuane
the ,ceived through April 30.
Proposed 1881, and was a member of hours of Sunday. Soon after hiS| Butler, 13, last Saturday
Hampton Christian Church. I I Members in the Farm Bureau !
Arrival he said. Ws wife entered j afternoon at New Kingsley Beach. r
.
Sandy Sanders, District Manag- ;wile were also severed. ,I Brooker Feed Mill Surviving are his wife, Lillian'the bedroom and said. 'Tve taken i[have expressed great interest in The boy, who could swim, was\

er. Southern Bell Telephone & (: He stated that the Civilian Defense -j I The Bradford Cowart Blackmon of Hampton; : carbolic acid." lIe attempted to [such a contest to encourage great. playing around in the water with ,
!
Telegraph Oo. stated Wednesdaythat Air Warning service was in ; County Cattlemen's seven stepchildren, Mrs. Alma I render her aid and then summoned er production per acre of field a schoolboy companion about 3:30'' .w VI

the first sabotage of the present practice operations from this area i Association, along with Chapman of Tampa, Mrs. Janie! hem n and Mrs. Johns! was rushedto chops. They have indicated thatif p.m. when he apparently stepped'' V

strike occurred in the Gain swlle and over all the Southern Bell similar groups from nearby coun- Rowell of Gainesville, Mrs. Thelma! the hospital in Gainesville.I I this contest is successful, greater off unexpectedly into a deep hole

District when the Gainesville|area today. ties, were guests of Bill Bigham, Rhoden. all of Hampton; Arthur. Mr. and Mrs. Johns were mar\plans will be developed for the which bad been dug at the foot ofa I Vf

to Jacksonville long distance lines "Those responsible for this act of Brooker broiler producer, at a Hall of Hampton, Leroy, Carl and ried last December She had three program another year. You can slide at the lake resort It Is I V'
I Rhoden of Lake Geneva and Merrill help us make this contest success- confused ;
All believed that he became
Waldo.
east of Children former but
were cut Just ,sabotage have recklessly disre- barbecued chicken dinner Monday by a marriage,
wires were cut and dropped to the garded the efforts of those citizens Rhoden in the Army overseas! ; I they were not living with her. ful by entering one or more acres at the unexpected drop and perhapsgot
night. three sisters Mrs. Ella Allen and in the contest. Competition water.
corn filled with
is hIs lungs
lot
ground. He said the Company who gave long hours of their time Mrs. Johns wa born in Baker .
Bigham gave the group full details I Mrs. Celia Sanders, both of Tampa,I will be with plots of one acre. After floundering In the water a ,
$ reward for for the Air Defense
offering a OOO practice now County in 1927 and was!: the daughter -
infor-I of the proposed modern feed .and Mrs. Rella Blackmon. You may enter more than one few seconds, he went under. 'M '
mation leading to the in progress in this area. of the late Avis Alderman and .- V
mill, to be constructed and operat.I !plot. A Farm Bureau committee
Funeral services held at the .
Robert
were
conviction of the guilty persons. I He said that actions of this nature I J. E. McCormick, who lives -InJacksonville. His young companion I ;
I jed by an organization known as will the contest at the -
cities Hampton Christian Church on Judge proper not swim well
Circuits to the following :.I cannot be condoned under any She was a memberof Hall, who could '
Bigham Enterprises, Inc., and Invited { time.
ITue'sday: with the Rev. Jones of- called
were cut: Tallahassee 4, Jackson- I circumstances. for they imperil the Freewill Baptist Church. i enough to attempt a rescue ;
yUle 28 Orlando 5, Palatka 5, Atlanta the safety and the entire members to participate I V fratijig.: Interment followed at Besides her husband she Is survived I[to some older boys nearby, but
welfarejpf financially, offering 100 shares of the family plot in Hope Cemetery I Hear the
4 Rotarians boys
Ga. 11. Miami 5, Starke nation. by a daughter. Gayle Griffis, i they apprently thought
j stock and two years of "atcost"grinding ;at Theressa, with DeWitt C. Jones
and DunneUon and were af i ,were playing! and paid no atten-
Tampa and
two and Neal
i sons, Wayne Moore
Linemen and repairmen not I service for $500. :: Funeral Home in charge of are Allen
The beach had not officially
Mutual and American tion.
fected. Griffis, all of Lake Butler: three\\Dr. I i
tele- striking had the damage repairedby I Representative Doyle Conner I rangements. for the yet, and
Broadcasting circuits and all brothers, Charlie anti Aubrey Mc- Allen W. Moore, who is conducting 'opened; season Starke, with the Pulmotor beIng
into Gaines- about 1 Wednesday. I spoke in favor of the proposed mill, there was no lifeguard on duty.
type circuits coming p.m. i Cormlrk. both of Sanderson, andJ. week of "New Life" .
a applied the but he was
during trip,
I saying County: agriculture"it will give th > shot Bradford in the I'!Make Nice Catch I D. McCormick of Jacksonville; meetings at the First Methodist j I The boy's mother. Mrs. M. F. pronounced dead'on arrival at the

Hear Cub Pack Meeting \arm it badly needs". i\ ,. three sisters Mrs. Betty June Church, was guest speaker at the!II Butler, had been watching the boys ,office of Dr. Pete G. Felos at 4:55
Jaycees A fishing party of Hollis Kn'ghtShi Raulerson. Sanderson; Mrs. Julian Rotary Club Wednesday. Dr. Mooreis play but had left the scene I

Talk On HospitalBradford Set For Monday : A number of the cattlemen Smith, and Harry Houston Roberts. Glen St. Mary; end Mrs. a resident of St. Petersburg and momentarily at the time Duane!!p.m.Surviving are his parents, Melvyn .
bought shares in the organization. caught: 12 fine bass on Tuesday at the hole. Robert
LaVern Altman. Jacksonville. in ran
I devotes his full time.to evangelistic stepped F. and Yetive Bennett Butler,
Monday, March 23 at 7:30 p.m.\\ a lake south of Sta4 County Hospital Administrator Funeral services w re held at work. to get her she called two men and two brothers James Melvyn,

R. E. Edmondson was Is- the time for the big monthlyDen !Mayor Pays Fine! i a lure he calls the "Hollis KnightSpecial" Mt. Zion Baptist Church near Lake!' Quoting many examples of men on shore who recovered the boy's and Hugh Albert. Funeral services

the program speaker at the Starke Pack meeting of Bradford I a homemade contraptionhe Butler Monday afternoon with Rev. who had achieved fame against body and bgan artificial respiration. were held Monday at the DeWittC.
maintains does much for the
; M. M. Fivash officiating. Interment tough odds the speaker stressedthe A National Guardsmam from Jones with Father Jordan
Chapel

last Cub Scouts in the Methodist -
meeting Thursday eve County
Jaycee Mayor J. R. Walnwright fineda I conservation of our fresh water
I Jacksonville aided in the vain attempt
followed In the family plot importance of hard work and of St. Edwards Catholic
recreation hall. Skits, a movie, man $25 in police court Monday; fish.
ning.Edmondson'e there with DeWitt C. Jones reliance upon God in overcoming to revive him. Church of Starke officiating. Interment
talk consisted of morning and then paid the fine
be
wCl
awards, and refreshments ;I Funeral Home in charge. difficulties and making a successin The DeWtt! C. Jones ambulance was in Croeby Lake Ceme-
function of the himself!
defining the new among the highlights of the meeting i Grass Fire Sunday life. was' cr'led and shortly after thata

hospital to our community and his. : Seems that Ed Howell, negro, NOTICE Dr. Moore was introduced by Pul!!' tor from the Starke FireDepartment tery.The Butlers came to Starke last

relationship as a hospital administrator All of Cub Scouts are Invited charged with public intoxication i A grass fire late Sunday after. Any one having Polio Containersthat Rev. Robt. D. Sommer, pastor of was brought to the summer and lived at Nollman'sApartments
parents
to the hospital.The I works for Wainwright, hence His noon In back of Lacy Conway's have the First Methodist Church. The
not been picked up ,!cene bv Highway! Patrolman C. In Starke. Mr. Butler
meeting was held at the as well as parents of boys Honor had to bail out his own:airport was extinguished by the pease call Tom Casey at B. H. S. program was in charge of Durrel :Musgrove. The boy was placed In is employed on one of the school
American Legion Hall. 8 who want to join the Pack.
to 9
employee. I Starke Fire Department. or Benny Finzer at Big Dad. Key. I the ambulance and rushed to building projects.





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editorialProposed Farmer's DiaryBy -.b. Report LONG BRANCHy folks all live at Tampa or Lutz moved from Maxville to Jack.-

but all are well known in this sec ffle.

Sam McGarveypower tion. Junior Carter, Jim Carter's
Mrs d. u MrirMandand
youngest son has gone btr': : !'
that "Uncle Jim"Godwin
from Sorry to hear
Ordinance Jimmy Langw.AAAAA.AAAAAAUAAAAAi camp after his furlough and willsail l
Zoning 'broke a rib some time ago.
gasoline pump named for Germany soon.
( Jupe for short for Jupiter Plu Seems that he and Ada started Our nest PTA meeting will b'
Need For Parking AreasWith I Congress Our two grandsons Billy and somewhere in the car; Ada's window -
Shows vious and now Jupe runs a lot : .ii held at the Clay Hill school hon<
Bobby Gurr of Jacksonville, spent Jim
needed to be closed J5o .
7:30 \1.! '
better and throws out more waterat April 12 at : p. m. 111<11:
first draft of the weekend with us and their reached over to close it for her,
the completion of the a higher pressure. But the ras- bers are urged to be present forwe
cornerstonehS MATTHEWS Aunt Faye, returning home Sun- the car went out of control, ran this ."
? first Zoning Ordinance, a cal is eating up more gasoline at by BILLY elect officers at .e
and controlled growthof the higher speed and "Herm" day.Marion into the ditch, and plowed into
been laid for planned Wilkinson the threw Jim YOVI.L I.Othi' new Est r-
that a bill spent the bank.: The impact
Hamilton tells that the to I am glad to report
also provide us
the City, which will protection way weekend with his parents, Jack over the steering wheel and broke brook pUI"'e-.izt' fountain pen in
for residences, churches, and schools. The new figure gas consumption of a gas- to make more surplus defense and Dumpie Wilkinson. His wife his ribs. Ada wasn't hurt. pastel shades. Only $2.58 at Brad.
job in a re- Our strawberries are startingto oline engine is one horsepowertakes to schools and
thorough available free
Zoning Committee did a goods Audrey and two small daughters, Denver Godwin and family have ford County Telegraph.
for come in now, and make believe a gallon of to 10
be commended gas run the
markably short time and is to hospitals has been passed by are spending this week with them.
that "berry money" doesn't come hours.
contribution.About House without a dissenting vote "Miss Lillie" Wilkinson is home I I
its at this time of the -
in
Ordinance anda handy year and now goes to the Senate. The again and her daughter, Greta, is
250 copies of the Zoning This week we only picked about With Jupe really chugging
awayin of this bill is to overridea staying with her at present.
the City purpose
available for inspection at 50 but there is a lot of form,
map are qts. quite good we finally got the directive which requires LTradea Homej j I
Hall, and every property owner in the City should fruit, and in about a week we 13 sprinklers all working, each of Pentagon that surplus items be sold. Lloyd Wilkinson, Clyde Padgettand
wife Ida Marion Prescott,
avail himself of the opportunity to study the ought to be picking pretty good. which is 40' apart, and throws Our 8th District has received ,

proposed ordinance so that he may contribute any One good thing about the 90's is out about three gallons of watera benefits from these surplus Maude Carter and Gene spent a
many with relatives at
weekend
constructive ideas he may have to solve theproblems that it doesn't take many to filla minute at 25 lbs pressure. Thus, defense: goods in the past. Our recent Lawtey and Clay Hill.

involved. cup. we are able to irrigate a strip schools and hospitals in each = F
about 520 feet long and then move Walter, D. B., Charles, and
the proposed ordinance it seems county, I hope, will get some help
In studying the system 40 feet to the next Frances Lang all went recentlyto
or affirmative points However, thrip and red spider from this bill that we passed in
that the positive Francis' father, Hubert
to iw strip and do it, and by continuing see
is that started In the patch and did the House. As we know the Florida
got
in mind. One that occurs, :
should be kept. this way we can irrigate all Padgett, who has been in a T. B.
this week. Commission at Tal-
lot of
damage
quite a Improvement
under the provisions, a property of left field, which is little over sanitarium for some time.
buildings a
in of
their best
The little devils do lahassee has the responsibility
against possible objectionable four acres. Bill has been in the
tected any Lang's boy
hot dry weather, we're told, so the general coordination of this
activities adjacent property, and as matters hospital with the flu and cutting
or on We who
they have had things right. program. Any of our people
stand this protection is not available. Now that we have the irrigation stomach and eye teeth. Seems that
irrigation defense
now watered the berries with our are interested in these
During the course of its study the Zoning system, but it looks like system working and complete, we goods should write the Commissionat was too much for the little fellow -
find that it cost about $625.55 for all but he is bet-
Committee learned that uncontrolled growth of a they got started when we were Tallahassee for further details. at one time

usually resulted in commercial developmentalong watering the nursery plants in the the 800 feet of pipe (300 feet of We have already received many ter and home again now. These 9
City
3", and 500 feet of 2"
) 13 sprinklers -
that dollars worth .of these
highway with the result shoppershad garden. millions of
one risers, etc.
fittings In additionwe
long to walk to cover the various surplus defense goods but in recent ments for buying stocks. I shall
a way traded with Ed Durban
for a months most of the surpluswas watch the results of this investi-
stores, or face the problem of finding a parking Well, we finally got a good 2" pump he had for $20, and Sam's
the growthof being sold by the Defense Department gation with a great deal of in-
space. The Committee tried to plan stand of Irish potatoes from our sister Clara donated a gasoline

Starke otherwise so that there would be depthin second plantings. We learned a engine. We had the engine and to private salvage terest.
dealers for just a fraction of their ...
good trick by accident. In coveringthe hooked "L. P."
its development.A pump up by Rafuse
real worth. I glad to
provision of the ordinance which seems to seed after it was dropped in for $11.50. was appear "V>>
before the Committee on behalf of
that parkingareas a furrow, we bedded too high, and .
us timely is the one which stipulates this bill, and I made some remarkson P for that out of town
future someone suggested that we simplylet So altogether "Still waiting
will have to be incorporated in any our portable irrigation its behalf when it was dis- ,
number of the beds stay high for a while outfit cost us about $700, 10
building plans. With the increasing cussed on the floor of the House. )
and then board off. We did it, and deliver stove ?
to meet what but it would have been higher if store to your
vehicles in use. this step should help This past week I introduced a
now we have a stand of potatoeswith we had to and
buy an engine
would otherwise become an almost insoluble prob- a bill which would set aside 10 per
the top of the bed "as slickas new pump. We started out with hereat
of should have bought it
National
lem. cent our Forest receipts Told we
onion"This
you
a peeled the idea that could
The ordinance brings out the fact that the we get one not to exceed $5,500,000 a -

designated as commercial like Cecil Crawford's: for about :year to be used for the develop- home. Saw like it downtown
owner of a dwelling in an area week.we got another pieceof $800, but we found out that we one just
ment of recreational
need not feel that he has lost anythingin fence fixed, and every little bit needed 300 feet of 3" main line areas. In our

the process, as he can alter hk" existing dwel- helpq We put four strands of barb- pipe additional, to get from our own National 8th District Forest and we have a great today..at the same price."

ling or build another at the same place at will and Vd wire along the highway border 2" well to the berry patch, and have enjoyed the facilities many of Of the us ,

in any event his property is more valuable as a ing the sedge grass field, where we that cost over $200 additional
Ocean
camp lodge by Pond. If
my ONw+rC1M
have a sorry stand of oats and
bill is passed it would mean that
result.Because the temporary 90-day ordinance now now we can turn our cows in there Well, Comfort, the black, fence- we ought to have some money "I always stop at Jim's about

in effect will run out automatically it may be without worrying about them getting busting cow that almost worriedus available for the promotion of our I noon he take's you out for

well to review the timing of this matter. The out on the highway. Wonderif to death before we butcheredher camp there and for the develop- the best lunch in the world at

zoning ordinance was passed on February 15. A we'll ever get all the good fenceswe ment of similar areas throughoutthe "
need? has had the last laugh on us. the Guidon Grill. HELP BUILD STARKETry

public hearing will be given the proposed Ordi- It wasn't bad enough that she country. I know all of us in I
March 31 about half through the Florida are interested in these It's much easierto
nance on or way
Bill Cain of Graham stopped in turned out to be so tough that Starke Stores First!
National Forest for the close deal
of Upon revision or possible areas enjoyment a
period
grace. .
this week to talk about irrigation.We
we can hardly chew the meat of all our people. When he's eaten
changes, the ordinance will then be presented by showed him our system, and
no, we put her in the freezer and As you know Senate SubCommittee meal
the Zoning Committee to the City Council which he asked a lot of questions. Seems a a square
laughed because at least we knew has been looking into the THIS AD SPONSORED IN COMMUNITY INTERESTBY
after a public notice of 10 days will hold a public that almost every farmer around
stock market and I their investigation
hearing for further discussion and possible here is interested in irrigation. Bill where she was. What did she do hope -
will be worthwhile. The
changes. Upon affirmative vote of the Council, has a problem of how to get the but "tear up" the freezer, and we value of stocks has increased by GUIDON GRILLGeorge

the Ordinance then be and becomea water. had to get a whole unit installed
may approved this week. Wonder what in the $50 billions during the past two C. H. Driggers i Furniture Co.
law.All years and the Senate Sub-Com- Kopelousos, Owner
Our good friend Jim Davidsondid world ever made us think of a
those who have
any objections or sugges- mittee among other things is look-
tions, are urged to present them to the Zoning some work on our 6-horse- name like Comfort for her! ing into the possibility of requiringan Starke Fla. Starke,

Committee in writing before March 31, the earlier increase in margin require- Fla.'i

the better as this will give the Committee time

to consider each proposal carefully. New Polio Vaccine Will Be GivenTo

After this proposed Zoning Ordinance becomesa

law it is important to remember that like any Children With Parents ConsentDetailed '
HERE HOW New 1955 Note burns clean.
law it may be changed to meet varying conditions. ,.

Thus, any effort to construct an ordinance that plans now are being period and be ready to go into 1

will meet any future condition, is manifestly im- worked out for the possible ad- full production as soon as the vac-

possible. What can be done is to draft one which ministration of polio vaccine to cine is licensed.

will take care of present problems and to some 720 Bradford County children who "Vaccine will be given by the

v extent meet the future needs of the City. will be eligible to receive it if it Health Department this spring ; Y

While there are bound to be differences of is licensed, Dr. A. Y. Covington, only to those eligible children L tv HERE WHAT

opinion on any subject as important as zoning, County Health Officer, said yester whose parents sign forms request- &

it will be well if everyone can approach the prob- day.As ing It," Dr. Covington added. "It DIRiY BURNING r y. hE14 GULF

lem in a conciliatory, "give and take" attitude.It was announced recently by is a completely voluntary pro NO NOX
state health officials, all first and gram. The forms were distributed 1All END 4
will take the concerted effort of a large numberof
civic-minded citizens to build Starke to its second grade pupils in public, private through the schools starting last New 1955 No-Nox
and parochial schools in the week. We should like to knew as This lamp test shows what a difference Gulf super-re
rightful place of importance Florida cities.
among state and all children who were soon as possible how many eligi- fining makes. Gulf refines out the "dirty-burning tail-

part of the test groups in the 1954 ble children we must provide for, end" of gasoline-at the refinery-to bring you new, does for. engine

Do We Get Out or Under? vaccinefield trial but did not receive if the vaccination program is car- clean-burning Gulf NO-NOX. pails?.

vaccine at that time, are included ried out."Preliminary.

Public announcement by the Atomic Energy in the planned program. It plans are that the

Commission that lethal radioactive fall-out from also will be available to others vaccine will be given at one central

the H-bomb at Bikini last year covered an area through physicians at the same location, the County Health Department ... ................. .... .m

time. in Starke. The school ....., .. ..... .... ... ..... .
of 7,000 square miles gives us the first factual ...: ..,: : <
But parents were warned by Dr. children will be transported to ....: .....::.;?;.::
statement on which to build some conception of ... .....:. :
Covington not to jump to the conclusion this center by school busses. We ,, '. .
atomic war that the current planning will be glad to have the parents

It should also needle Congress and the Civil indicated the vaccine alrady had present when their child is inocu- 4\

Defense department into tackling the responsi- been proved effective. lated, and we will notify the schoolof :

bilities to the American people a little more ag "The vaccine which will be furnished the date, in advance when defi- '

gressively. Up to now; the principal activity has by the National Founda- nite plans are determinded," Dr. It / '

been to scold the public for its apathy in the face tion for Infantile Paralysis is the Covington said. i .,,-,," \ ,

of this new and all-pervading horror. But we same vaccine that was given to "If the vaccine Is not licensed,

do not think that the people have been so apa- 440,000 children last spring," he there will be no program," he added -

thetic as they have been misinformed and be- said. "We do not know yet whether -

wildered due to the lack of factual information.We it really prevents paralytic po-
lio. Until April, when we will learn YOU'LL LOVE the new Ester-
do think that the people have been stoical
the results of the evaluation studynow brook purse-size fountain pens inpastel
perhaps even fatalistic and frustrated in the face
being conducted at the University shades Only 2.58) at Bradford '. {.:.
of Civil Defense's disorganization and '
apparent
of Michigan we cannot County Telegraph. .. :
Congressional preoccupation. This situation is know if the vaccine is effective. :

well illustrated in the national capital which we .. .:. :
;
"But we cannot wait until then
: '.. .
,
should certainly expect an enemy to regard as a for planning for the protection of tL. ./: ,\f\: ...,. ::. '.,'

desirable target. Civil defense- in Washingtonhas as may of our children as possible. .. ,4

been in a befuddled stalemate, stymied be- Vaccinating large numbers of chil- ,.4i." : .:.t

tween two schools of thought. The authorities dren is a big and important job, ? This and its mates did not
10,000 miles. plug
could not agree whether the citizens should take entailing many procedural tasks # This spark plug is from one of the original equipment plugs used ment after 5,000 to with new NO-NOX.

shelter or whether they should evacuate upon that can't be performed overnight."If fro \ / in Gulf test fleet cars. Normally, plugs need cleaning or replace- need cleaning or replacement after 15,000miles .

the threat of atomic attack. With some advising the license is granted in [ ai611

him to dig in and others to run for his life it is April, we must be ready to start And Jesus answered him,saying, than.
vaccinating at once, so that, if It is written That man shall not one-has higher octane ..
little wonder that the citizen does nothing -nonote single
average
possible we can finish before our live by bread alone but by every wbafe ote. logasohne
for fear that what he does may be wrong. schools close and the polio season .word of God.-St. Luke IV, 4.) ..

Perhaps the AEC should tell us more about starts. We want to give the vac- We need not go beyond ourselvesand
nuclear annihilation in terms that all our daily needs and desires to -
can under- cine early so that many childrencan --

stand. Then, and only then, can the man in the be protected before polio appears know saying the of everlasting Christ Jesus.truth Neither in the a GULF NO.NOX

street be expected to take intelligent precautions.JOIN" in fheir communities. .\ million pounds of bread nor yet a I TTiis is GULF PLEDGEto New 1955

"This program would not be million dollars can give us, in our the motoring public
anguish and distress, a single mo-
ofa
another test but the first use
:nent! of peace of mind or soul.
When hurricane Carol lashed New Eng- newly established preventive Oily God, through His Son, our Stall-proof smoothness instant
land last August the clothing of many childrenwas measure. '"-.' iwr. ('an"e us that blessing.To We at Gulf make this promise toAmerica's FmupnowwithnewSuper-RefinedGuif*

swept away just before they were to returnto Under the direction of the State I motorists.We pill not per NO-NOX and feel the difference in power starts fast, fuel-saving warm-up.

school. The Red Cross came to their assist- Health Department, Dr. Covingtonhas Relief mit a single competitor-no._not a ( that really works for you nu.1 after mile.Right No knock, no preignitionevensingle

ance with new clothes and shoes. In all types of been conferring with school Alutru ft 5 I one-to offer a gasoline superior from the startyou 11 get these lasting in today's high-compression engines.

disaster the Red Cross is quickly at the scene authorities and physicians who \ ., to our own superb No-Nox. I
with aid !have pledged their full cooperation.The b I benefits:
emergency shelter food,
clothing.medical vaccine will be fur- I S It isour sincere belief thatr\o-='oxr ''
polio j
and nursing It complete engine protectionthanwithsocalledumiracleadditive" :
care. follows this with More 7yy
outright grants to families needing help to repair nished from a supply being purchased : 666 Is the finest gasoline on the market
by the National Founda- ueUW and no matter what others do
homes and house furnishings. You I today, r
can share in '
tion with March of Dimes funds.It finest-in gasotines. .
this necessary by .M WUTI'MMI tUt MU/ I or say'we will keep it the I
program contributing during will be made available by the At" '
the current Red Cross fund drive. National Foundation without any power,in performance in engine pro i Extra gas mileage in the short-trip, -' I
i

_.... --- .ar.IIii: : :: ::. ...,.. ....,_ .t..t:. .. charge for the product to State PEST CONTROL I tection. I stop-and-go driving you do most. s I
Health Officers for use In the This fa not a boast not a c1aim.1t ,

THE BRADFORD COUNTY. TELEGRAPHEST. above groups, if licensed by the TERMITESALL Is a pledge to you,the motoring pub- s ? r4; -/ ;I

E L MATTHEWS OWNER 1879 AND EDITORFLORIDA'S Federal Government. Supplies also lfeapledgebackedbytheresourcesand clean 1 1!
TIKES OF d bum \
will b* distributed througH usual the integrity-of the Gulf Oil It's super'Ie fi me ...to
channels at the same time. I
Household Commercial
OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER Corporation. The '55 psoHu for all HgK-comprtssJoa e gi e1.
The National Foundation has financed GROVE SPRAYING l t j

(if PUBLISHED CONTINOU8LY the development and production Call for estimate I .
of the Salk vaccine. Con- I.---------------- II I
UNDER THE SAME MASTHEAD.
tracts were made with manufacturers Florida Pest Control r

SUBSCRIPTION RATES for a supply of vaccine cost- & Chemical Co. F. REGISTER & SON, DISTRIBUTOR --- GULF OIL PRODUCTS ;
Ing la March of Dimes
YEAR $9.000,000
ONE 3.00
SIX MONTHS 1.75
2220 N.W. 6th 8t Ph. 6035GAlnestfBe
PUBLISHED EACH FRIDAY AND ENTERED AS SECOND CLASS funds. This enabled manufacturersto 155 STARKE, FLA. j
HATTER AT THE POST OFFICE PHONE
AT STARKE. FLORIDA UNDER Fla.
THE ACT OF MARCH 3. 187a. keep their production facilitiesin J

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,.........."....0.....'(Mahone. attended Trinity Baptist Church A.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA .YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYW: !' '.

. Volunteer workers for the can- where R. C. Gray, former pastorof day.Mrs.. Kitty Miranda, a former ..

HAMPTON- cer drive here are also needed. Hampton. Baptist church, is LAWTEY% :resident, but now house guest of I HEILBRONN NOW-BIG 11 CU. FT.
Mrs. Alderman stated. She has pastor.Mr. Mrs. B. E. Reddish had the misfortune -

been to of and Mrs. George Williams to cut her leg last week. I
By Mrs. D. E. Hill requested take charge i i By Mrs. Joyce T. Futch : By :\Ir... Ancel NormanUAAAAAAAAAhAAAAAA1AAAAA
this drive for the Hampton area, I and son, Howell, Mrs. J. L. Wil- She plans to spend some time in / s t tj

AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAARed and has been unable to find other'''liams, and Russell Williams visitedMr. 1..&.. .AA. AA. .A..i,Ocala when she is able to travel. i

i workers to canvass. and :Mrs. Ed Durban in Law- I The entire community was sad-
Cross Cancer rites I Mr. and Mrs. Carl Edwards and The revival which has been m
tey Thursday evening.. dened when we learned of the
Now In ProgressMrs. :Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thomas daughter, Linda, of Gainesville, progress for the past two week / I I
Mr. Mrs. Joe Lucas and
and death of Mr. J. S. Norman. Deep- I _
visited relatives in Branford Sun-
I were the dinner Saturday closed with
T. J. Alderman, chairman daughter of Maxville were visitorsat guests Sunday night several
est sympathy is extended to Mrs.
of the drive I evening of Mr. Edward's mother, new members and a spiritual -
Red Cross for Hampton day.Mrs. the Avery Slade home last week. Norman and the family. uplifting
expects to complete the house- I Dimple Busey, daughter of Mrs. Lucas is a sister of :Mrs. Mrs. T. C. Edwards. of all who attended Baptismal
John Parker, visited with Mr. and I Mrs. L H. Hill, who teaches services were held
to-house canvass this week. Mrs. Slade. I Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Peavy and! Sunday
Donald McMahone worked with :Mrs. Parker Friday and Saturday,I Mrs. Gara Dorman, of Ocoee,-came I near Fort Myers, spent the long afternoon at Kingsley Lake.
Mrs. J. I. and '
from her home in Valdosta, Ga. Forsythe son, school holiday at her home here.
Mrs. Alderman for the drive. to visit relatives for the weekend. This community was saddened
Ronnie visited Mr. and Mrs. Pur-
Mrs. Louise Jones, of Chiefland, ;Mrs. Blaine Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Phillips, Sunday by the death of of its
Contributions have been much vis Green in Heilbronn Teston a sister of one
Sunday.Mr. daughter, :Miss Ola Mae and
is visiting this week with the son
lower this Mrs. Alderman Mrs. Peavy and Mrs. Dorman, was oldest and most respected citizens r
year, and Mrs. M. W. Morrow of
Brannens.Mr. Danny spent from Thursday until
Raleigh [taken suddenly ill and they are J. S. (Buddy) Norman. Our sympathy -
said, although the total collectedhas and Mrs. Robert Cox and Holly Hill visited with the J. W. I still at her bedside. Other rela- I Sunday, with the Fate Redd family is extended to the family rt

not been announced. Anyone daughter. Shannon and his parents, Homes Saturday evening, enroute tives visiting Mrs. Teston were Mr. in Macon, Ga. Rev. Milton Dukes accompaniedhis

wishing to contribute to the Red Mr. and Mrs. Cleve Cox visited in home to Holly Hill from Tampa.D. and Mrs. G. W. Teston of Jacksonville Mrs. Volley Reddish and her mother and cousin back to 1

Cross drive is asked to contact I Jacksonville Sunday with :Mrs. E. Hill was a business visitor Ed Teston, of MacDill nurse, Mrs. Sue Martori, returnedto Charleston, S. C. Sunday night

either Mrs. Alderman or Mrs. Mc Evelyn Hicks. While there, they in Jacksonville Friday. Field, Tampa, Mr. and Mrs. Carl [ her home here Monday. Mrs. They spent the weekend here. 1fi.

I Mrs. Arnold Haddock, and son,jPeavy, and Miss Bobbie Harris, of IReddish's friends are glad that she Glad to welcome Mr. and Mrs

I Guy, and Glenda Vining visited I Ocoee, Mrs. E. J. Tyner Jr., of come home. Leon Norman and children backto
1 in Orlando for several days last Sanford, :Miss Alene Brown, of Mr. and Mrs. James Tanksleyand our community. They have spent
G. J. McGRIFF APPLIANCES 'Iweek with her sister, Mrs. James I Orlovista, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Harvey family visited relatives in Columbia the past few months in Miami

I Broome and family. '' of Orlando. S. C. last week. I Sympathy is extended to the

family of Mrs Emery Johns who .
Mrs. George Williams and Mr. l
L. P. Rafuse was in Tampa last fYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYIBAYLESS : A K I ,
and Mrs. H. B. Wiggins drove to week on business. died suddenly Saturday morning
Jacksonville Saturday. I Mrs. Leroy Norman Sr. and son

Mr. and Mrs. George Saxon Gerald Griffis spent Friday in I III\VAY\ Leroy Jr., enjoyed a joint birthday .. HY

were honored on their 72nd and Live Oak with his father, who is dinner at the home of the latter

'73rd birthday anniversaries lastSunday employed there. ,last Sunday. Y
Ruth
Anna
with a dinner at the home Wanda Wall, of Bradford Motor By CrosbyIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA I Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman and

of :Mr. and :Mrs. E. L. Birt ofi I I j Court, Starke, sent Thursday with 'Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Sapp \1 iM'tiJMrs 1

Jacksonville. Also present were i Patricia Parrish. Rev. H. C. Martin filled his regu- Harvey Edwards in St Luke f
'II
The Ed Durban family, were Hospital Sunday afternoon.:! -"
Mrs Inez Alford and Holland lar appointment at Bayless Hiway :
fishing in Oklawaha River on 'Edwards underwent Th\l-- : C !
Payne. Baptist church Sunday. Rev. Mar surgery !)

Pvt Clarence Melton is visiting j!Thursday. f tin has been away for two Sundays daThe
his family near Hampton this I Miss Mary Julia Futch, a student preaching a revival at Ever | Honor Roll for the P+' '-

week from Camp Gordon, Ga., I I at F. S. U., Tallahassee, visited green. bronn School for the fourth pt'r-fld!

where he is stationed. He is the :her mother, :Mrs. Joyce Futch, The I jis as follows: 1st grade t'phen .
'Friday until Saturday. On Saturday regular monthly meeting of|Cowart 5th grade, Sandra Count'
son of Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Melton.W I' the W. M. U. and | ; .3
H Griffin visited relatives they with Mrs. Fred Moore Brotherhood of I{Nettie Sweat and Joe Sapp: <*,'b>

''m Jacksonville for several days !land daughter, Gayle, and Miss I Bayless Hiway Baptist church was I i I grade, Nathan Green; 7th a' idi
'
held I
Thursday night at 7:30. Mrs. '
Elizabeth were i ,
last week. Terry Jean Hiatt, Linda Norman and
l church Jacksonville. On Sunday the Futch Essie Crosby and Doris Martin|;Charlene Cowart.
Women of the Christian
of Mr. were in charge of the program. |;I
Mrs. i family were dinner guests
met recently at the home of ( Mrs. J. R
'Kelly served refresh- 1
I
Starke
and Mrs. Benton Futch in ,
,,.5.. Len Hall in Hampton for their ments. TTTTTTTTTTTfTTTTTTTTTTT1LAKE
--- ,.- flAIr ]March meeting. 'and later visited an uncle and j I

r-c1i:- { Eleven members were present,aunt, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Terry, in !Ir. and Mrs. Charles Newman !! { GENEVA
of Gainesville attended church
"<'- I at the regular monthly meeting,Lake City. Mary Julia returned I
of Hampton Baptist WMU Thurs-Ito Tallahassee from Lake City by Sunday and visited relatives. I _i

day evening at the home of Mrs.D. 'bus. I Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Crosby and by Blanche Cunningham

II E. Hill. Mrs. }{. B. Wattersonled Stork Shower! son are spending a few days in' tAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
the program on mission work!' A surprise stork shower was ,Leesturg and Wauchula visiting I

I and the Baptist cooperative pro- '!given for Mrs. W. K.. Haller, by I relatives.Mr. I R.Mrs.Forsythe Blanche, Mrs.Cunningham V A. Carlsonland Mrs

gram. Mrs. Edward Saxon was co- the Lawtey School Faculty and and Mrs. C. Hutchinson and I
( Miss Emma K.
;; hostess. Hostesses for the April Lunch Room Workers, in the lunchroom j I II. j Linda and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Forsythe attended -
YTi LIMITED j the capping exercises!! Sunday
I meeting will be Mrs. Douglas Hardy -I.' on Tuesday afternoon. After|I Hutchinson of Gainesville, spent at St. Vincent's Hospital in
I 1 and Mrs. Florrie Belle Brown. opening the lovely gifts, the men :last weekend in Jackson S. C. I
Model I Jacksonville:: Mrs. Cunningham'niece rI
1 QUANTITY :, Mr and Mrs. Wiley Williamson i.of the faculty, served the guests visiting Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth ,
M,1 Miss Danette Hooper of Sar-
land family. Mrs. J. D. McCullough L cake and ice cream. Mr. Haller, Fuqua. Mrs. Fuqua has been ill
asota, was the 32 who
j and Luke McCullough of HamptonI i'a' member of the faculty, was also but is now better. among werecapped.

.Fail-Safe Alarm System Counterbalanced Lid I I I visited Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Tucker':surprised as he thought that the Tom Smith and Bill Powell .
spent Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Snow of Sar-
'at Wellborn Sunday. was assembling for a weekly last weekend DON'T DELAY! COME NOW-TODAYjJ
[group with Larry
Positive Action Latch Removable Baskets Crosby. asota spent the weekend here with
'
B. M. Barnes and son, Carrol,, Faculty Meeting.Mesdames Mrs. Ruby Crosby was hostessat

Selective Temperature Control drove to Fayette, Ala., last weekend ,,| Arthur Pearce, Troy a Stanley party :Monday night Mrs.sythe Snow's and family brother., and her Ray sister For-, !'! We Service What V/e Sell

to thug J. M. Garrison, Mrs., .Bennett, and "Doc" Wainwright I Mrs. Rape of Gainesville gave the Mrs. Blanche Cunningham. They
Barnes' father to Hampton to I:,were the hostesses at a lovely demonstration. '
also attended the Mrs
capping of
I
stay with them. 'stork shower honoring :Mrs. Luther Mr. and Mrs. Ottis Crawfordand :,Snow's daughter. : G. J. MCGRIFFGEKERAI.

We Service Everything Sell Lillian Tucker and family ol f f.,Hilliard at the home of Mrs. "Doc" I girls of Jacksonville spent the I Mrs. Walter Forsythc and daugh .
Macon, Ga. were Sunday visitorsat s ijWainwright, last Friday evening. '
weekend with Mr. and Mrs. C. C. ters Pat and Janice, are visiting I
the G. P. Wadsworth home. .:Mrs. Hilliard was extremely happy (I
:Mr. and Mrs. George Williams' I had desired to be the I Crosby. relatives in Miami. j ELECTRIC APPLIANCES
she always
G. 1 L MCGRIFF ,as I i Mr. Castle and daughter, Miss Recent guests in the R. O. :Mann
in Macclenny for a baby.
visited Monday. recipient of gifts ,Sylvia Castle who spent the winter home were Mr. and Mrs. B. Wilkinson ; Cor. Call & Walnut Sts. Phone 229
SCHOOL NEWS family and the
The Tom Tatum with Mr. and Mrs. Lavon Crosbyleft Mr. and Mrs. Karl Garner !i
Rev. Willard M. Jones, pastorof ,Ezra Gault family, enjoyed a fish Starke Fla.
GENERAL ELECTRIC APPLIANCESCor. Saturday for their home in End children, and Mrs. Ruby Mat-
the First Christian Church at;,fry at Flagler Beach, on Saturday. I
Catskill, N. Y. tox of Palatka. i
Call & Walnut Sts. Phone 229 Hampton, conducted our chapel l J II| Mr. and Mrs. Ovid L. Futch, and I --------.
program on Wednesday of last:; family of Sebring, spent the weekend t

Starke, Fla. week. The Junior Glee Club, under' with Mrs. Futch's parents, Mr.

I the direction of H. J. Waters, sang:,and Mrs. Ed May. Mr. Futch's r

father, S. J. Futch, of Jacksonville,
met his son here and returned with I t

I oooooooooo n n n them Mr.to and Sebring Mrs.for Nelson a visit.Blocker, NOW 0N DISPLAY. lreW v elllrJ eTaskForce

of Jacksonville, spent the weekend

[with Mrs. Blocker's mother, Mrs.

A. H. Harley Sr.

W. Fred Moore Jr., a student at

Blue Ridge Boy's School of Hen-

dersonville, N. C., is spending the

Here's YOUR ANSWER spring holidays with his parents, / W

Mr. and Mrs. W. Fred Moore The rkstyIeda

Moore's grandson Jody Thomas

and daughter, Mrs. S. D. Andrews,
of Wildwood, are also visiting ; Trucks!

them.We are sorry to report that Mrs. Ai: :;. ,
POULTRY DISEASES.
to C. Starling, mother of Mrs. C. R. ;

Whitehead, and Mrs. Dixon ''
ill Fri- 4.
Thomas became suddenly
$: x% r .
day night, and is a patient in St.

Vincent's hospital.Mr. .
and Mrs. G. W. Durham, of
.
",<.t' ''' ,....7' rC<':1' : .. ". '. -
;-:' > f t. i'Jt:. ; ;,\ ; '- '-'_ ,:. :
,' : .lk" with them and spent the weekend. I 4 '-'{, S, e
ANTAP TI-BIOTIC'MtXiFORPREVENTION"AHD, Mr. and :Mrs. Winfred Starling '
j j
:,:,- .,' : ': r'J'; ; : : ',
j
...- -. and family of Palatka, spent the I
-
I ,: -if: ;TREATMENT'OF.POULTRY:. DISEASES : :::.: ?i weekend with the Steve Starling !i

"f.,it ".-J:_ ..; -- ,-'.::': 'r';., ,-",:,';"'. Jr. family.

: :r'f; ; : : : Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Sherwood I '' eNIYA01t sY: Yr
'
.. of Starke, were dinner guests Sun-i,
.
: ;\ iA, .. .. A. ':
", :'st" .. "' 'y' .':". .JJQ<.,; } day of the Dan Harley family. 'j
:. ; :' : '- :- '.' Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Smith of',
;" : :: fl'
-
!: ,. visited the Ernest Paul '
Marietta,
), 1 '. C.R.D.Chronic. ,.. .>; ,I''h;' .
-,' f" A;. ,. ( 4' ";. '_ ;,.'"'.".': ersons on Sunday. ., ( _._..
,; c' > was aj!
""I' ".If' Henry Hein, of Tampa y
0.A. .. ... @1 i I
S
.1' -
.
\r, vlieUe or aft-we ---. :, 'f business visitor here last Satura ; "
J
\ : .. :" ,disease} Nonr, ; ,:\.\.. ,. .J '
;
\: -' .specific )nfectious ( <" c- S.
-_ :- {.; for the occasion.
.A- ," .' ,: special song
.G / enteritis
.. .
,
,- -J '< -, '\,-,' .' After the program Rev. and Mrs.
Blue
comb
: ,: A,1 : .
,'"- 'f.i Jones remained as our dinner
.... "'-.i I'W. .
,
>:.. .'-". guests. We are happy to welcomethe
,- \ ': "..... :- '" It's the and trucks built
: A : ":, .' ', ,:<; ::f: .1 pastors of the various churchesinto : largest finest fleet of ever

.,. .:, 'x. ... ., : ., our school. I
-
; r', Miss Bell and Miss Tompson of by the nation's No. 1 truck builder. Whatever your task or trade,
,
-, :: : :,. : l.f: ; ,: ,l:.;: .:i i: ::.: 5t; 1 the Childrena' Bible Mission also ,

''.,:<,< '. ...... '(;>""" ,,!<,,,.. ..". ) ,. .,*.1 held a chapel on Tuesday of last there's a new Chevrolet truck to make or save you money on the job. .
':\: >-r: '< .:.j ,:' j week. A number of our pupils are
... .
,, ..':< N'." h.'kAA<-'<:. "" ;fj. .,, .W: .
".. .. ( .'"' , .;>0..
; : x. 'd "''Y' <: -" to to Bible
,.' ." ". "t','I T>*, ".f,.!.", <.;..'v..''.,- '.,.. ,- '.$._ < f,',':" ,- -"..,-.,'. _,.. preparing this go Camp Come and look 'em over!
'Y'" "i k *' % & .. summer.
,.
;
i.- x,. >&t.: -,; ; ,-
,,' .3 ,:"< '"! ,, X the
... : Mrs. Ola M. Perkins spent
\ .
: Y "
: "'.. : "'" p ; <; t..4... .. l.
,,,,. ; ', ---i.., -..---.'--, .,,, '-", '. """ ,'..t .;t.- _- )' weekend in Jacksonville but returned -
"-u ..' '" ,. ""'.. > .,!-i"1' in time to attend service I Now Chevrolet introduces "JVork Styling"-an exclusive everything a driver could wish And much more that's new I

at the First Methodist Church in \ development in track design. Plus new enginesnew for from its big Sweep-Sight Like new High-Level ventila f
windshield to its concealed I
Starke Sunday morning. capacities-new Overdrive and Power Steeringnew tion tubeless tires stand

Eighty of our pupils and five features and advantages throughout.Here's Safety Step that keeps clear of ard on '.ton models. Power ,

Secorlty-KURE does double duty both for prevention and treatment cf poultry of our teachers were in religious mud or snow! The new instru- Brakes' for all models, stand- I

diseases. Years of research and experience have gone into the formulation of this services last Sunday.: ment panel and controls are ard in 2-ton models new
what happens when offered-one in lightand meAmerica.s the last word in convenience!
Eighth Grade PersonalitiesM. <<
anf-biotic mix. In addition to antibiotics, Secunty-KURE offers increased : 18,00016. max G.V.W. in 2-
B. Fowler is the son of Mr. leading truck builder dium-duty models, another in
vitamin fortification as an additional; stimulant. SectJrl'y.KURE is your answer Six new"highvoltage"enginesWith ton models. And there's a new
and Mrs. E. S. Fowler of Tampa.He pulls out all the stops! Here heavy-duty. Your handsome
to the threat of poultry diseases SEE YOUR SECURITY DEALER choice of transmissions, includ-
is now living with his grandmother are trucks that are new from new Chevrolet Task-Force truck a new 12-vclt electrical!
ing new Overdrive' and H draMatic
Mrs. L. A. Fowler of the drawing board: out! will be a profitable! advertise- system for quicker surer cold- '. New Power Steering> I

Brooker. M. B. was born in Brooker ment-on-w heels for you and weather starting and increased
New In trucksEeet for all models. Come in and I
styling
and attended that school for your business! generator capacity! Plus more
see the newest things in trucks!
seven years. He is now a memberof functional styling that efficient cooling and lubrication I

the eighth grade at Hampton.He fits your job! For the first time A new outlook for the driverin systems, an improved fuel sys- '''Optional at extra cost. 0\erdrle I

WE DELIVER TO YOUR FARM is 14 ;years old and has two any truck line, two distinctly Truck driving was never like tem, and completely redesigned available on -ton models. Hydra 'II

brothers older than himself. M. different styling treatments are this! The new Rite-Ride cab is engine mountings. Marts on MK- and 1-ton mode I
B. likes all kind of sports and ., i

SECURITY I MILLS OF JACKSONVILLE, INC. likes to work and make money. ..-,._............_ I
---
'1700 W. Church St. Fb. He plans to go Into military servIce -
Jacksonville,
I when he is old enough. He Is I
1 TORODE CO.I
well liked by his classmates ands CHEVROLET

making a good record In this

nnnnnnnfinnnnn school. He Is a member of the PHONE 111 CALL AND COURT STS. STARKE. FLA.
Church of Christ at Brooker.


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PAGE FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE, FLORIDA
l'RIDAMARCil S3, 1955


i Colson Home FROM WASHINGTON TO EISENHOWER -- ._ ... ,
<
i Scene Of Outdoor -.- ___ _c_ .__ _- .. _---. -_ .:_- --.__ ,-.___-_ __._ _-.-_._- I

Anniversary Party SAVE $ SAVE $ SAVE $ SAVE $ SAVE
'"
I
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Colson en-
I tertained at a delightful wiener DRASTIC

roast last Friday evening at their h

Gladys Mooty I home in Saratoga Heights honor- FIRE AND AUTO
Phone 35 ing Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Stricklandwho INSURANCERATE
were celebrating their eighth

6 I I I wedding anniversary.The REDUCTIONSKeep
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fourteen guests enjoyed refreshments -
Junior Club Plans BP\V Members from picnic tables set Your INSURANCE in STARKE and still benefit

Fashion Show Hear Dr. Jennings up on the lawn and a pink and from the LOWEST possible rates.
green anniversary cake centeredthe ,
A
For Little Folks Dr. Florence L. Jennings Brad- honor guests' table. STARKE'S ONLY MUTUAL AGENCY

ford County juvenile counselor Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Lauramore
Plana are being made for the was guest speaker at the Monday I assisted Mr. and Mrs. Colson in '-': ; L Conner
Doyle Insurance
Junior Woman's Club little folk's .night meeting of the local BPW serving. .ti*; Agency

fashion show, "Alice In Bunny Club in St. Edward's recreation
I hall. She discussed various-Flori Phone-2S5 129 W. Can St. Starke, FIa.I .
Thurs- Parties
Land", at the club house Birthday ,
da institutions and the part they
day, April 7, at 8 p.m. play in caring for troubled children For Young HonoreesMrs. I II I SAVE $ SAVE $ SAVE $ SAVE $ SAVE
It will include a limited number, of a community. I

ages 18 months to 15 years, BO interested President Pat Lambe conducteda Merrill Struth entertained' K d1 I '-. -, .... '. :.- -.... -_.- -.- -- --- : :-. :"-f: :=-:::
at a lovely birthday party Monday
parents should contact business session during which y SJb'l. 4 II
Mrs. Geraldine Bennett phone 182- invitations were read to the State afternoon on the Struth lawn on __ II I
W. Madison street for her daughter -
W immediately. Convention in Miami, May 12-14.
Nancy, who was celebratingher I
and the last district meeting of the
third .
anniversary.The 1 I
\VSCS Meeting year at the George WashingtonHotel I
traditional birthday cake .,' SAVE
In Jacksonville 24.
on Apr. I
Held At ChurchThe A district news letter from Direc- centering the refreshment table
was in the shape of an Easter egg ,
tor Della Rosenberg was read anda ,
regular business and pro- embossed in blue, yellow and l
discussion was held on & club
gram meeting of the Methodist project for the new Bradford green. $70
WSCS met Monday afternoon at County Hospital. April 2 was set During the party the 18 young- 1

the church sanctuary with the as a tentative date for a bake sale sters received favors of Easter Former Acting Governor Charley E. Johns holds 33 presidents, from George Washington to Dwight
president. Mrs. E. K. Perryman, to raise money for the project.The baskets filled with Easter eggs. Eisenhower, in his hands symbolizing Presidential Insurance Company Johns is president of the
presiding.Mrs. nomi- Mrs. Struth was assisted in serving new Florida fire and casualty company which has home offices in Jacksonville Johns, a self styled
Clyde Sinclair was elected president appointed a and caring for her daughter's "spokesman for the little people" in 20 years service in the Florida Legislature, says Presidential Lovely 7-Pc. LIVING ROOM Suite
nating committee to report at the
will be a partnership between the business man and the working man with each owning stock and
as alternate delegate to attend the April meeting: Chairman Ruth guests by Miss Kate Struth, Mrs. having a voice in the affairs of the company.
conference that meets in Fort Simmons, with members Mildred J. R. Wainwright, Mrs. J. !I. Vick- -
Lauderdale, April 12-14. The Mrs. *f*i ffs jj sif*r-
pres- Doyle and Marie Houpt.L. ers A. B. Baker and Mrs. '
ident of the society is the official Charles of the Clerk of the Circuit Courton agent, or attorney and a'ny such .eM' u
H. Gibson, school supervisor, Darby. or before the h[ _
Garden Club claim or demand not so filed shall --- <
delegate to the meeting. 25 day of April, 1955 .' .
will speak at the April meeting on ; be void. ( ,
I Little Bill Adams celebrated otherwise the allegations of said ) '
his Henry Williams, As administratorof .
April 20 was decided on as the II the recreational To Meet Monday
I proposed summer fourth [Complaint will be taken as confessed the Estate of Minnie Alford
date for the next study course,' program. birthday Monday afternoon I II by you. deceased. dP
"Christianity and Wealth," which when his mother Mrs. H. H. Mrs. R. F. Young will demon-I This notice shall be publishedonce First publication March 25, 1955.
each week
the for four
Refreshments were served by consecutive
will be reviewed by Mrs. AllenWat.9on hostesses, Ruth Simmons and Ed- Adams gave a party for him in strate "corsage making" at the graph.weeks in the Bradford County Tele- 3/25 4t 4/15 'h f fY

district president, Mrs. na Stone. the Adams' yard on N. Walnut Starke Garden Club, Monday nightat Dated this 23 day of :March 1955. In Circuit NOTICE Court APPEAR Bradford County,
Titus Olson and Mrs. T. H. Slade. street. 7:30 o'clock in the Parish houseon (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby Florida i In Cbanrery. I

The program for the afternoonwas Beta Sigma Phi Bill and his 18 little friends and Church street. Members are By Marian Clerk L. Crosby, Circuit Deputy Court.Clerk i i L.Snyder P. Snyder, Defendant., Plaintiff Case, No.vs. Sara i i : '- --

under the direction of Mrs. sister,Pane and b rother, John, en- asked to bring to the meeting any 3/25 4t 4/15 Notice To AppearTo 10.926 11 r

Mlllard Judd, Secretary of Chil- Members of the Beta Sigma Phi joyed games in the yard after flowers they have available for TO WHOM IT-MAV CONCERNS address: Sara Snyder is: Unknown., whoe residenceand

dren's work. She was assisted by sorority will meet at the home of which refreshments were served. the demonstration. tion Notice to apply is hereby to the given of inten- 1 You are hereby notified that a
Mrs. H. A. Stafford and Mrs. their president, Mrs. Martha Yan- The refreshment table was covered Hostesses will be Mrs. V. V. the State of Florida at legislature Its regular of suit Divorcehas for .

Jimmy Rowe. Fourteen children cey Monday night Mar. 28, at with a party cloth with matching Hazen, Miss Clara Leaman, Mrs. session a local in April.bill, the 1955 for substance the passageof been filed agalnt you in the 4 a .

took part on the program the dif- 7:30 o'clock for their Rush Party. napkins and centered with a beautiful Kate Sheppard, Mrs. P. J. Quat- which contemplated law is as follows of- you above are named Court and cause and w&3- .jJ i
pink embossed birthday cake tlebaura and Miss Ross. : required to serve a copy of ,1
Dorothy
ferent numbers being announcedby Members are reminded to wear a An Act relating to the fencing of I your answer or pleading to the com-
Marion Green. "tacky hat" to the party. surrounded with marshmallow livestock in Bradford County. FlorIda plaint on the Plaintiffs Sofa
bunnies. ; providing the Attorney J. Donald Gibson, 100 Large
liability of the
NOTICE TO APPEAR Smith Building,
owner of livestock running at largeor Jacksonville,
In Circuit Court Bradford Count. Florida
The youngsters received favorsof straying; the impounding and
Florida la ClaaD< such MatchingLounge
livestock, Only
Now On Sale In Starke plastic Jet planes filled with Sarah Frances Dearmon Duffey, the duty of County Commissioners prescribing the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
suckers and plastic windmills. Plaintiff vs. John Francis Duffey, and Sheriffs hereunder; providing before the
Defendant. Case No. 10-920 punishment for violation of the 25 day of April, 1955; Chair
Assisting Mrs. Adams were Bill's Notice To Appears visions hereof and repealing certain pro- otherwise the allegations of said A.95
The Sensational New grandmother, Mrs. Carrie Adams, I To: John Francis Duffey 5302, whoee laws In conflict herewith. This law Complaint will be taken as con-
residence and address is: Ham- shall become effective fessed by you.
ilton Street, Rogers Heights, Mary on November This 2 Beautiful Table Lamps ]
Mrs. Stanley Noegel, Mrs. Luke 1, 1955.Bradford i notice shall be published
Mrs. T. G. Ritch and Mrs. land.You County Cattlemen's' once each week for four consecutive
NOMA SPRAY. Feeney are hereby notified that a Association. weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph 3 Matching Tables *
D. Steve Simmons. suit for divorce and restorationof It 3/25 I| f
maiden name
Dated
this 24 day of March, 1955.
has been filed against you In the NOTICE TO CREDITORS (OFFICIAL,SEAL) Charles A.Darby $229.95 Value
Lawn
Complete Underground Sprinkler System and and
Court cause
above named
PresbyterianVomen In The Court of he County Judge, of the Circuit Court
you are.required to serve a copy of Bradford County, Florida By MarlanlL. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
.to the
Only Met TuesdayThe your complaint. David answer on Burns the or Plaintiffs,pleading 308 Guaranty AttorneyT. Life ceased.IN' RE In :Probate.Estate of Minnie Alford, De 3/25 4t 4/15

S Easy To InstallS E-uildlng, Jacksonville, Florida
To All
Creditors
and Persons
Women of the First Presby-' Har1 -
officeof
and file the original in the 1
Ins Claim '
Lasts A LifetimeS terian Church met Tuesday eve- the Clerk of the Circuit Court on Said Estates or Demands Against' 1
9S before the t
ning at 8 o'clock in the Sunday or 25 day of April 1955; notified You and and each required of you to are hereby 4
Completely Assembled Ie I.S school building for their regular otherwise the allegations of confess said claims and demands which present you,any or
will be taken as
Complaint
either of you. may have against the
monthly with 18 members
Rust Proof Rot meeting e4 by you.notice shall be publishedeach estate of Minnie Alford, decrased. INSURANCEH.
: This
late
I present of said County to the County
Complete week for four consecutiveweek
Judge of Bradford County, Florida,
Proof Frost Proof Mrs. K. G. Duncan Mrs. David in the BRADFORD COUNTY
at his office in the court house of 'rf7CV
Montgomery, Mrs. W. S. McAlileyand TELEGRAPH.Dated this 23 day of March 1955. paid County at Starke, Florida, C. WALL AGENCY '
COVERS OVER 75 SQ. FT. ADD A UNIT AS Darby within eight calendar months from .
Charles A.
Mrs 1. H. Gibson will attend! (OFFICIAL SEAL) the time of the first publication of I
Circuit Court.
Clerk of the
DESIRED the District Conference in Gainesville this notice. Each claim or demand
Clerk
Deputy
By Marian L. Crosby
shall be in writing, and shall state PHONE 146
4t 4/15
Mar. 25. ... 3/25 'the place of residence and post office -
-- 200 E. Call St. Starke Fla.
address of the claimant and ,
Limited Supply Get Yours Today Mrs. Montgomery gave an in- !. Circuit NOTICE Court TO, Bradford APPEAU County shall be sworn to by the claimant, J JI
teresting program after which the Florida In Chancery.Howard 1
hostesses, Mrs. Herbert Green and Parsons, Jr.. Plaintiff, vs..

See Us First For I Mrs. T. A. Yawn served refresh- Mary T Winifred. Parsons.Case Defendant.No. 10-92

ments. Notice T* Appear
I To: Mary Winifred Parsons!,
All members are urged to attend i.whose residence and address Is: 929
Lawn Boy MowerMade New
revival services being held at the Mlnnetonka Avenue, -Absecon
Jersey.
church by Rev. C. L. Morrison, I You .are hereby notified that a I
by Johnson-Erenrude Motors Mar. 27 2. suit for, divorce custody, control
through Apr.
and support of minor childrenhas ,
Dutch Davis & V.P.S. Paints beenfiled against you In the
Boy, above named Court and cause and
Ladies Council l I you are required to serve a copy of

i Complete Line Of Garden Tools To Meet TuesdayThe your answer on the or Plaintiffs pleading to.the Attorney complaint X5,000
f. Frank Landrum Starke. Fla \
and file the original In the office "
Fence, Poultry & Screen WireSTARKE Ladies Council of the First';.. .
Christian Church will meet Tues-;

day night, Mar. 29, for the business, FILL DIRTGOOD

and program meeting instead of j
HARDWARE CO. April. Plans will be made for the RICH

chicken supper to be held Apr. 15.

H. C. RITCH. Owner Another bake sale will be held I TOP SOILSee REWARD
Saturday, Mar. 26, at 10 o'clock in
front of Ducky's. All members are
LAAALLAAAAAAALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAiBARKSDAIE'S asked to contribute items for this

sale. Proceeds will be used for the BILL JACKSON

church pew fund. t
Transfer Company
All members are asked to attend Jackson

the important meeting Tuesday Phone 165TOeOHOPSE .
night.

Wesleyan Guild ., The $$5,000 reward previously offered : I


Selection of Ladies Spring The Wesleyan Service Guild will ,
:. meet at the home of Mrs. Agnes by the Southern Bell Telephone and T ele-

Johns at the State Farm, Tuesday

. DRESSES 1 ::. night 7:15.Cars: will Members March leave 29.from please at the 7:30 bring church o'clock.some-at PlrMlcM: Gou graph Company will be paid for information !



PRICE :: WynnHodgesFriends thing for the White Elephant sale. 01 Amene resulting in the arrest and conviction of the



2 : know that Carl will C.be Wynn interested of Starke to irwloIORSt\ person persons who unlawfully cut all

SUITSAnd and Mrs. Tuba Hodges of New WAS ONlY
River married in Lake Butler IZJNCHU .
: were -

Mar. 7. They are now making HEAT I, telephone wires at Pole No. 1580 -
: their home on Mr. Wynn's farm approximately

SELECTION OF SELECTION OF : east of Starke. jit re1WELL

LADIES' CIi1LDREN'SDRESSES ';( rxrmtooow nine miles south of Starke Florida

Recent Births ,
:| OM me tftOMT root AND

DRESSES :I I Mr. and Mrs. James Roy Chas- itott OM 4Wt MOO roor._ and two miles north of Waldo Florida

I: teen, Jr. of Starke announce the The advantages offered by the on
:\birth of a daughter Loretta Con- BULLLXGTO.\ STUDIO AND

:j d stance, on March 19 in Riverside GIFT SHOP are well defined:
March 23 1955 10:50a.
$1.98 1 y2 PRICE I C Hospital, Jacksonville.- We are experienced work in all typesof give at approximately :

:Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Thomas of photography ;
i : Starke announce the birth of a friendly personalized sen ice;
m.
I'daughter, Debbie Lynn, on March keep our prices low: Bring the .

MEN'S SPORT SHIRTS I: 17 in Riverside-Hospital children in for a protrait, today.

The Starke Maternity Hospital Send
and $4.98 = announces the following: births:
$1.59 H Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Dukes of: HALLMARK EASTER CARDS

JBrooker, a son, Mar. 16. When You Care EnoughTo SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE I IAt
COTTONS NYLONS ORLOSS AND DACRONSOur Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Sweat of

Starke, a son, David Thomas, Mar. Send The Very Best

Selection of New Spring and Easter Clothes for f 18.Mr.
I.
r. : and Mrs. J. E. Teston of
All The Is Complete
Family Lawtey, a son, James Wayne, Mar. TELEGRAPH{ COMPANY
BEFORE YOU BUY, IT'S BEST TO TRYBARKSDALFS 20.Mr. ,

and Mrs. Sheldon Arnold of STUDIO AND GIFT SHOP

Lake Butler, a daughter, Susan
DEPT. STORE"IN
Elaine, Mar. 21.
I Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Crawford
THE HEART OF STARKE" p Mof Lawtey. a daughter, Janet Den-

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FRIDAY MARCH 25 1955 BRADFORD' COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE FLORIDA
PAGE FIVE

",, I r. r Mrs. O. E. Ray and children of I Mrs J. C. Warren of Jacksonville E. M. Davis entered Riverside

Jacksonville spent last Friday vis- was visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. Hospital on Sunday for observa-

iting B. S. Edwards and other rel- H. Quick on Sunday. tion and checkup.Mr. busy with Spring housecleaning/ / ? come //o A&P, where/ it's easy Jo 1
atives here. Miss Barbara
Ray, .
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Andrewsof and Mrs. Marion Neal of

P&t6dna who spent last week here with relatives New River were Sunday after Tarpon Springs were Sunday visitors

; mother., returned home with her noon D. Reddish.guests of Sheriff and Mrs. P. en.Mrs.of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Cow- save on all


ThE NEWS Mr. and Mrs J. W. McIntosh Sr. Remedies for Poultry and LiveW: L. S. Hutto and grandson, f\1 1

spent the weekend in Jacksonvillewith stock at Sistrunk's. ayne Kinney, spent Thursday to tl

their son and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. T. F. w J
daughter-in. !
Chaplain and Mrs. Robert E.
I 4 law Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McIntosh Hutto and family in Jacksonville.Mr. !;
Holdt and daughter, Judy, of Valdosta your
Mr. and Mrs L. E. Edwards and Mrs. F. F. Stump left Thursday Jr. Ga. were last Friday guestsof and :Mrs. L. L. Roane of I,

children and Mr. and Mrs. L. G. to spend the weekend with:Mr. and I Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Dahl of Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Rimert. Jacksonville were weekend guestsof !

Edwards and children of Jacksonville Mrs. John W. Griffin in Ochlock- Jacksonville and Mrs. Errol Alvarez Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and Mrs. !

were visiting their father B. nee, Ga.Miss spent last week in Orlando Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nollman John Love Wilkes. I,,

E. Edwards on Sunday. : :Myrtle Reddish of Jacksonville visiting Mrs. Richard McGuire and spent Thursday night in Jacksonville Mrs. Minnie Hazen of Brooker .

Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Crosby returned home after spending Mr. and Mrs. Joe Peele. I with Mr. and Mr*. Crosby H. spent last week with },Ir. and Mrs.

were in Wauchula and Leesburg a week with her aunt, Mrs. Laura Dawkins and attended the Broad- V. V. Hazen and this week with I
Mrs. A. H. Carratt left Wednes- was Melody show staged the E Ert
by Mr.
over the weekend. Johns. and Mrs. M. F. Hazen. Ann Page
day for several months visit with Jacksonville Junior Woman's !
Club
, her mother and other relatives Leon Thomas of Melrose visited 1 F
in in which Mr. and Mrs. /
Dawkins his sisters, Mrs. C. G. Barksdale
.
Trikala: Thessley, Greece. Sh.e was took part. 'I Il11d Mrs. Lola Mott and Mr. BLACK PEPPER 1f21bcan3SC i iI
accompanied to New York ii
I by her Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Inglerighthave Barksdale last Sunday.
THEATRE son, Chris. I
I moved back into their home Mrs. Eustis McKnight and son,

A -STARKE Mrs. Mayme Toomey returned to on Westmoreland St. fron,If.their( David, visited relatives in Manning, i

I her home on Dr. Sacks estate after home on Rt. 100 South,5{ of Srke.. S. C. Saturday to Wednesday eat Pl Our Own 1/2 Ib pkg F9C

a serious operation.For I Mr. and Mrs. R. cl Murnah' of while Mrs. L. D. Haines and daughter TEA

Dedicated To Community Service Flowers, Lawns, and Gardens i Sleepy Hollow Motel have moved Mary Louise, visited Mr. and I

"Movie Are Better Than GroTone, Magic Bloom, Hy-'into the house vacated by the In- Mrs. T D. Brown in Wedge field,
r
If Ever"M Gro, \1 oroM -At Slstrunk's.Mrs. glerights on Rt. 100:'., S. C. They all went up and returned -
find concealed in
you your name
.
H. G.
Bollinger and daughters Jack Brandeis of together.

cut ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKETSFri. Marv... Martha and UU_ :-----J--Marilvn of__ [Beach was the weekend guest Neptune of Miss Gloria Johns of Jacksonville ION A

Van Wert, Ohio joined Dr. Bollin- Dennis Mathews. spent the weekend with her
Sat. March 25 26
Crest Of The Waves
ger Tuesday and are making their grandmother, Mrs. T. J. Griffin.
Cot and Mrs. J. A. Griffin plan | No
DOUBLE FEATURE home in the Kincaid Apartments.Mr. Mrs. Julia Bryant is convalescing 303
to spend the weekend with relatives TOMATOES lOc
and Mrs. Nathan N. Prevatt in Lakeland.A. in the Alachua General Hospital .

Terror ShipWith ta0o have moved to Starke from Gainesville Wells Stump of New York with an infected foot. Can
and are living at the Prevatt Mr. and Mrs. Durwood Jones
City will arrive Sunday to spenda
home place in east Starke. Mr. and family of Florence S. C. were
week with Mr.
and Mrs. F. F.
and Mrs. Prevatt were operatingan I Stump. Saturday guests of Mr. and Mrs. IONA PLAIN OR SELF RISING

upholstery shop in Gainesvilleand T. B. Harding.Mr. .
i Mrs. John Torode and children
will continue in his businessat and Mrs. Charles Fields and
visited Mrs. Vernon Brinson in
their new home here. !son, Wayne of Jacksonville spent Lb

T Mr. and Mrs. Nate Dyal have re- Macclenny on Sunday. Sunday with their parents Mr. and FLOUR 25 $1.69
Susan last Thursday
Wiggins -
cently purchased the Hardman spent Mrs. O. W. White, Sr. and Mrs.J. Bag
property on Hampton Lake and to Saturday with her cousin, H. Fields.
Janie in Jacksonville.
Moyer Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Powell
expect to move there as soon as returned -
F Mr. and Mrs. Henry Godwin and .
they complete improvements on home last week from a
Mrs. Lola Johnson of the State
the place. t ten-day trip through South Flo- A & P'S OWN SHORTENING
Farm spent last Friday to Sunday
Mrs. W. B. Sewell and Mrs. M. F. rida.Mrs.
.des Brown are attending the Broad- with Mr. and Mrs. John Livingston L. D. Green, Mrs. C. D.
t% FGene .
way Melody variety show in Jack in Melbourne.Mr. Williams and Mrs. Henrietta Hunt Ib
and Mrs. H. H. Hoover of spent last in Jackson MYfi
sonville tonight \Friday), in which Thursday 3 6ge
Oakley, Calif. and granddaughter,
Mr. and Mrs. James Sewell of ville.Mr. Can .
Jacksonville are taking part. Miss Donna Black of Arlingtonwere and Mrs. Inman Green were ,
Saturday visitors of Mr. and weekend of Mr. and Mrs.
Jesse Smith and Billy Tilley at quests
I tended the Jacksonville Naval Air Mrs. Olin White Sr. |'Charles Sheoherd in Tamna. Their i\ .'
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Moyer an son, ;
daughter, Marie spent the weekend -|
With Kelly Station boxing tournament last COLDSTREAM FANCY ALASKAWMiaM
Grelg, of Jacksonville were visit I
I with Mr.
William Lundlgan Friday evening. ( her rrandparents
Plus Satan's Waiting"Cartoon and Friends of Mrs. H. K. Davis will I I ing Mr. and Mrs. Frow Strickland II and Mrs. L. D. Green. I

Chap. No. 11 Serial be glad to know that she is much I and family on Sunday. Miss Pauline Gay spent the PINK SALMON Mb. 49c
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Johnson of
weekend in Madison the
improved after being severly burned I as guest Con
Sun., Mon.. and Tues, Wed, Thur.-March 30, 31 about the face and arms while ,Vidalia, Ga. were weekend guestsof of her Jones Business College

March 27, 28, 29 Unholy Four burning off ,their property on the Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Brownlee. classmates, Misses Frankle Davisand
Miss Frances Barry entered the
Odom.
old Kingsley road last week. Glenda
With Paulette Goddard Little Frances Ford has been Alachua General Hospital on Wednesday Mrs. P. S. Denmark returned A1P FANCY

Plus Man Around The House Special confined the past week with chicken for a week's checkup. home last Friday from Lakeland Fruit Cocktail Mb.
Mrs. J. M. Snodgrass of Scotts- v 21C
FEATHERPlus and "Xo Barking" Cartoon pox. when she spent the past two (
boro, Ala. is spending this week r"r+fig vi"itinf rf'llllives.OTIE .
Bill Green was host to 18 of his
DAILY BRAND
&run rr. IEChNICOOa.IIotN rw with her son-in-law and daughter,
hncm.+naanarctwof friends at a weiner roast last Fri
I ;;- '.:" ;;' ;.. COMING SOON day evening at the Lex Green I(I Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Thomas Jr. TtEGISTEH OF FICT1TIOVS INTENTION\ %)"'/ EIGHT O'CLOCKCOFFEE Dog Food 6 :; 47c
L Miss Gusta Snodgrass of Hazel- Notice is hereby given that the
home on N. Walnut street. The
hurst, Ga. was also the weekend undersigned under the provisionsof
Island Holiday" CarBridges Of Toko-Ri Jan* PorterAngel
"Coney young folks enjoyed refreshments Chapter 20953. Laws of Florida
guest of the Thomases. 'Acts of 1941 will register with the
toon and Latest World News
and ghost stories around the Food Bar ash
campfire Mr. and Mrs. Roy Reddish of Clerk of the Circuit Court in and for 3ge
in the back yard during the Bradford County State of Florida
"
.. .. "'.-. : .' ,. J Webster were weekend guests of upon receipt of proof of publicationof I II
-- evening. this notice, the fictitious name Sultana BrandPork
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. McKinney.

I Frances Landrum entertained ata Mrs. G. C. Livingston of Tampa !.which of Prevatfs I am engaged Upholstery in Shop business under! at Pkg 19C & Beans '*. lOe

R BB . . . slumber party at her home o nits| visiting Mrs. A. A. Durden and 'Route One Box 442:, Starke, Fla. lB

I a a a I I M M 0 M O I4eda(4 Eighth street last Friday evening,'I Mrs. J. M. Mitchell this week. |I] Nathan, sole N. Prevatt owners and Route Irene One S.Prevatt. ., 4I Packed In Tomato Save

following the BHS baseball game. Mrs. W. M. Wimberly flew to Box U:!. Starke Fla.
Enjoying the party Dated this :25th day of March, A. A&P Sardines 2'35cS
were Mary
Houston, Texas last Thursday to IX, 1955 at Starke, Bradford County
Agnes Matthews Penny Hollings- I Florida. .
:spend a month with her son-in-'J
worth, Charlene Hardy, Robbie 3/25: ft 4J1 Burryi Crisp BlackWalnut
law and
CHECKERBOARD NEWSBy daughter, Mr. and Mrs
Capps Carol Temples, Mary Kath- I ..
C. H. Schneider. NOTIt'E OF INTENTION1 TO Cookies 233g:.:
Jim Chasteen erine Wainwright, and Betty Ann Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ensor of REGI9TEK! FICTITIOUS NAME :
Simmons.For I Notice is hereby given that the
Jacksonville spent the weekend !undersigned under the provisionsof
BROWNLEE & CHASTEEN10th Flowers and Gardens with Mrs. Bertha Pearce. Chapter :20,951! Laws of Florida.
Insecticides and Fungicides, at .Acts of 1941, will register win the NUTLEY ,
& Cherry Sh. Starke Ha. Sistrunk'H. Mrs. G. S. Newcomb underwenta .Clerk of the Court In and for Bradford _
: County, State of Florida
r major operation in Riverside upon
',,- Guy Sale entertained at a surprise receipt of proof of publication of 1 1
Hospital on Monday. Spending two this notice the fictitious name of
Something New Do you know why there can be party Tuesday evening for weeks with the Newcombs are O. J. McGriff Appliances' under OLEO 1.
Mrs. Sale. Twelve guests which I am engaged in business at '
enjoyedthe 1
such a vast difference in two Mrs. Newcomb's mother, Mrs. I Call and Walnut Its, Starke, Fla. 1 1
It noticed bags of feed party. Mamie of That the parties Interested in said
you anything different with the same tag. Moye Orlando and haunt e r
business err: 0. J. McOrlff. 307'Eastcill
la the way I've been acting Come in the next time you are Mrs. Ruby Blue of Memph* Mrs. W. A. Trawick of Ma St., SJUrtke.; ]t'la-*ta oe neff. _
around the warehouse this week, in town and I will be glad to Tenn. and Mrs. Gertrude Cotton of con. Ga. Dated this 25th day of March. A. LB 19C
Chicago, 111. are spending several D., 19:>5. at Starke, LYadford County I |n f Fresh Cut
it was because I've been floatingon explain it to you then you too Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Thomas, Mr. Florida.
cloud. Yea will know days with Mr. and Mrs. H. C. and Mrs. Lavern 3/JS 4t 4/15 !1iuI!! IIllJII
a Sir, I'm the why Purina makes a Outlaw and tam CARROTS 2lb bag
13'Large
.
proud father of a fine baby girL difference. Broadway.Miss ly, and Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Pickering

Trust that you didn't miss out Sue Biggs of St. Augustinewas ( spent last Wednesday to DANGER I j I

on ;your cigar.Livestock. Do You KnowDo the overnight guest Saturdayof Sunday at the Thomas camp in the ALLGOOD BRAND SLICED JuicyLEMONS
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Silcox. Ocala Forest. It Is Dangerous to NqlHI I t dozen 29

MineralA Mr. and Mrs. Reddish Andrewsof Mrs. J. G. Millican of Palatka Cough from Common Cold I

New River and son, Ervin Andrews and Mrs. W. J. Griffin of Jacksonville Chronic bronchitis may develop if I BACONPkg1'39c Fresh Tender

Good InvestmentAs rt 1l of Jacksonville, were last will be weekend guests: of your! cough chest cold or acute bronchitis II
Friday evening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. is not treated and you cannot POLE BEANS lb
A. E. McKinney. 10C
ranges and pastures have Mr. and Mrs. Dave afford to take a chance with any medicine !
Paulk. Miss Sen. and Mrs. Charley E Johns less than Creomulsion. It
'been used through'the years, the I potent
mineral content has been de- Faye Paulk was also home from attended a barbecue in Alachua goes into the bronchial system to help I I Fancy -Winesap
(Jacksonville, Friday to Sunday. I Saturday afternoon. loosen and expel germ laden phlegm
pleted until many are sadly Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Sexton and I Rev. and Mrs. W. S. btcAlil j I and aid nature soothe and heal raw, APPLES 2Ib 29CFresh
in _
lacking it Minerals play an children of Atlanta A cendcrinfiamed bronchialmembranes.
wereisiUng
important part in producing milk and Mrs Charles McAliley visitedDr. 1 Creomulsion blends beechwood
Mr.
and meat. and Mrs. Calvin Johns Wednesday and Mrs. M. L. Kokomoor in I creosote by special process with other Super Right Streak of Lean CrispLETTUCE
to Monday. They all wentto Gainesville time-tested medicines for coughs. It
Keep Purina Livestock Mineral you know that there are 25 St. Monday. Center CutWHITE 2 he25c
Augustine on Sunday.Mr. Miss Louise contains no narcotics.
Whitmire
before your animals at all timesin doz. eggs In 100 Ibs. of Purina and Mrs. William Brown and Baptist Goodwill of the Get a large bottle of Creomulsion at BACON lb 25

salt boxes. It contains enough Layena? Well, what I really children of Groveland were weekend I Louis. HL Center of EastSt your drug store. Use it all as directed. Red Bliss
salt to meet the animals' needs mean is! that for every 100 Ibs. was the weekend Creomulsion is guaranteed to pleas
guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. euest of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. John Breaded to POTATOES
Mundy Capt. Ready Fry Elba
and assures plenty of other im- of Purina Layena you feed you .[Green. you or druggist refunds money.Adv. 27'Birdseye

minerals. can get 25 doz. Check Jr.Mrs. pkg
portant eggs. upon SHRIMP oz
IJarbtdlrt" 10 4Sc
your hens then check up on Nails Poultry Wire' Guy Sale and daughter, .- .- -- -. -' -. ._,, '
and
I Staples -at Sistrunk's. Linda Kay, were priests of Mr.
your eft. In fact see how muchmont'f and Mrs. Alton Revels in Tallahassee Super Right All-Meat Skinless GREEN PEAS 2 ply 29'
x you are losing by not
feeding Purina Layena. Monday and Tuesday. I f! Ie FRANKS lb 39cSuper

'I I IN We didn't dream this up. "Monk" Did You Know? Mr. and Mrs. Al Harley visited tNEATp.FL': Birdseye Fordhook .

,r.i Mr. and Mrs. Barney McRae Jr. STARKE .
Dinkins! has hens that are putting in Lake City Sunday. Right Lean All-Meat LIMAS 2 pkgs 43cPlanter's
these figures Into reality. Chiropractic adjustment will
i I restore health in many conditions :Mr. and Mrs. Frank Herlong Fri., Sat.liar, 25 26 STEW *> 49cSuperRight
were visiting Mr. and Mrs. MarkHerJ
DOUBLE
that FEATURE '
were thought incur
Going To Purina able. n In Jacksonville, Monday _
to Wednesday. The Man From Extra Lean

I Hog ProgramMr. Pinched nerves prevent the Mr. and Mrs. Frank Patterson Thunder River I PEANUTS, 8 oz can 39c

body from functioning normally I 14-OZ CANS
of Jackson. Mich. spent a few
and the Chiropractor can locate days this week with Mr. and Mrs With Wild Bill :Elliott GROUND BEEF BABO CLEANSER 2- 23c
,
and remove these -And-
nerve pressures I A. N. Holliday. ,
Large SizeSUPER
'I very readily thus! restoring I Mrs. George Barber of Gainesville The Untamed HeiressWith

normal health.In I and Mrs. R. A. Barber of SUDS 30c .
I Judy Can rn
many cases patients have .Jackson. Miss. were dinner guests Plus Serial "Superman" Chap. No. 3 LBS 1.00Cashmere WITH FACE CLOTH

enjoyed better health than they Monday of Mr. and Mrs. L. O. 8 and Cartoon for Children BREEZE pkg 31c
OverheardI had ever had preUous to their Hazen. reg

Chiropractic care. I Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Bryan and Sun., Mon.. and Tues. LUX SOAP, 3 reg bars 25c

overheard a man make this If you suffer from indigestion Mrs. Charles Hardy Sr. of Gaines- Mar. 27 28 29 ARMOUR'S CORNED

statement the other day, "If the physical ville were Sunday guests of Mr.
J. B. WhIte Is putting his exhaustion, nervousness DOUBLE FEATURE Bouquet 3 25c BEEF HASH,12ozcan29c
analysis tag is the same the feedIs headaches or backaches and Mrs. Charles Hardy Jr. Bori
the same." Mr. Feeder don't baby pigs on the Purina Pro- be sure to consult MisS' Mary Louise Hartmann of Sweetheart'sOn ARMOUR'S

let anyone fool on this one gram this week. Of course this your Webber College, Babson Park. ROAST
you is Chiropractor first Parade Cashmere Bouquet 2 Both OC BEEF, 12 oz c'n 49c
nothing new for Mr. White A3C29c
there Is a difference.On spent her spring vacation last Bar.
but for of We will be glad to discuss i Ray Middleton, Lucille Norman ARMOUR'S
our split-chick demonstrationwe some you hog-men that your week with her uncle and aunt Mr.

fed 1-2 of'the chicks on ore from Mo. (the show me health problem with you. and Mrs. Al Hartmann. -AndRiders Baby Food Srobd: ::; 3iara DEVILED HAM, 3-oz 19c

Purina Chick Startena & fed state) keep jour eye on him. In Starke It's The Fertilizer for Held Crops. Of The ARMOUR'S STAR

the other 1-2 on a feed with an He's in the business to stay. at Sistrunk's. BEEF

identical analysis tag. The re- BOLLINGERCHIROPRACTIC Mr. and Mrs. William Whichelloand Purple SageWith Koro Syrup lI:1(; I4ac 23c STEW' Mb can 35ARMOUR'S -
bald(, STAR
sults were this at the end of five Your ChickHeadquarters two daughters and Mr. and George MontgomeryPlus 3 1-4 OZ CANS

weeks: Startena fed chicks Mrs. James Renton of Belleville, Color Cartoon for Children 2401. POTTED MEAT 2 for 23c
Dixie ,
weighed ounces more than those CLINIC Mich spent a few days last week 1 Lily I Grits packoB, 18$

fed the other "feed with the We're lookin' forward to 2 with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Firth. I Wed., Thar.-:Mar 30 31 Prices In Ihti ad effKliv*
a visit blocks north of Post Office
same tag". Now do you see whatI from you. We have a complete Phone 108 Mrs. Vergie Flynn and Mrs. Nora DOUBLE FEATURE pt. Eotl. Qt. BoU. thru Saturday, March 26

mean? Each group of these supply of baby chicks, feeders Price visited relatives in St. Pet- Return From The SeaJan
chicks ate 25 pounds of feed. and waters, however, chicks Office hours dally except Thurs. ersburg on Sunday and Monday. MAZOLAOL35'59'Veeretable M0iat Mutton woo nAnn..s tutEl
Figure for yourself how much I( are 9:30 to 13: 1:30 to 5:30 Sgt. and Mrs. Ed Shull Jr. and Sterling and Neville Brand .

you would have made at todays scarce so be sure to place your Mon., FrL & Sat. Evenings '-8 son, Gary, of Decatur, Ga. will -And- Shortening I 1 t
r, order that will
I so you be sure to
, market price if you fed Purina.I get your chicks. Thursday by AppointmentOther arrive Saturday for a week's visit We're Not Married SNOWDRIFT 3 Ib en 73e =C,
Hours with Mr. and Mrs. E. T. ShulL
JIM CHASTEEN by Appointment With Ginger Rogers Paul Douglas, M CUAI AIUMTIC 4 fACifJC tIA C9MI
Colored patients :Mr. and Mrs. L E. Clark spent --
seen by
Fred Allen and Marilyn Monroe
f..B. f'JrlfJ Appointment. several days last week in Miami Plus Color Cartoon for Children Ce 33" a"99/1 300 CALL STREET
IJ-ra. Spry'egefObli
fA ( eorom (lonDfr.FJp'Bd visiting their daughters Misses ,. STARKE, FLORIDA -

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SIX: BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STtRT FLORIDA _.... ....__. o.
r&UU-' p 'L-U"-Il :3, 1.}

CARD OFTIL\NKS I CARD OF T1HXKS cvy'yyyyvYvv'vYYv.hIGHLAND Ted Polk sole owner. Green each week for four ecisecntlve I! .OFFICIAL --- ,-.- -
I I : I SEAL) Char!" A.
Darby
KEYSTONE Building. Starke,
Fla.
HIGHLIGHTSNEWS weeks in the Bradford County Tele- ,
ThAnks to the friends in Chicagoand During the recent illness and Dated this litU day of March A. ,6 ranv. PU.Lf tnt i-.r.ut; ( tmrt
death of our loved one, kind- D., 1955 at Starke Bradford Cuun-'i Py Marian L. Croeoy Deputy Clerk\
cards your I Dated this 2 day of March 1955.
Starke for the lovely ty. Florida. '.
( < OF KEYSTONE HEIGHTS _\.' II ; 4 4t
ness and sympathy is more deeply VICINITY) S/1S 4t 4.S
I Ii
and to Rev. Haines for his visits I I _
than words of I
appreciated Sirs.
I any By Lacy NormanILAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALL
while I was in the hospital. Mrs. thanks can express.Mrs.. S. M. I By Mary K. Schaeffer Phone 4127 i Circuit NOTICE Court TO, Bradford APPEAR County 1 1la S ,
I Mott and I Florida, In Chancerr.Doris ,
family.
Mayme Toomey.
a u :
Cluck
I Plaintiff vs, Everett .
Homecoming Planned The Keystone Rotarians are having tin, Bruce Sunderland, and Marshall -,Cluck Defendant. Case No. 10-8S7 a __ __
The annual Homecoming will be a benefit fish fry at the Wom and Leslie Beam. I Notice To Appears I .,'' '
.
To: Everett Cluck, :
held at Highland Baptist Churchon an's Club, Friday evening, March Mrs. Mary Charmann and Mrs. I dence and address is: Truckee whose resi-1 CalIfornia I' k\ _

Sunday, March 27, and a big 25, at 5:30. Proceeds will go to the Martha Warner of Lockport, N. Y.. You ,are care General Delivery.
,- : turnout is expected. Woman's Club Library. You are have been touring Florida and II suit for hereby notinefl nat a d t L BB1grTOIIAtpRieES
urged to take advantage of this Divorce. custody and control of
Sunday School 9:45: a. m. Wor- stopped recently to see their cousin, minor child
ship Services 11 a. m. and 7:30p. library. Dues are only $1 per and his wife, Rev. and Mrs. B. has been filed against you In the
m. Prayer Meeting each Wed- family, per year. R. Weld. !above named Court and cause and --
you are required to serve a copy ol
nesday, 7:30 p. m. Teachers Meet- The Woman's Auxiliary of St. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Marsh and your answer or pleading to the Wk* d f ing each Wednesday 6:30 p. m. A .n's Episcopal Church met last Mrs. Dorothy Hurd of Lynn Haven, complaint Attorney on T. Frank the Plaintiff Landrum
Rev. Franklin of Hickory Grove Thursday night at the home of Fl a., are visiting in Keystone for Starke. Florida TRADEIllSEASliii
didn't preach last week, so I want. Mrs. Holmes on Brooklyn Lake. a few days. and of file the original In the office <
the Clerk of the Circuit Court :
to correct this mistake. I Plans to be announced later I The Lake Geneva and McRae !,or before the 4th day of April.on J d
were made for a strawberry festi- 1955; otherwise the allegations of i,
The i home
new School I
Sunday buildingwill demonstration met said Complaint
group on will be taken as : 'TV1$11)
1 soon be complete. We are certainly val.The March 16 at the home of Mrs. confessed by yon. \_ /N #
; i Keystone P. T. A. met in This notice shall be published ,
,proud of this building as ,Emery Cooper on Lake Geneva..'I once each week for four consecutive
i
for many years we have had to the school auditorium on March Luncheon was served by the charter weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph -'

2 : conduct classes in automobiles out 15. The devotional was conductedby members. The guest of honor; Dated this 2 day of March, 1955. I!I ; r
under the trees.E. Mrs. Henry Hall. Mrs. Frank was the County Agent, the former (OFFICIAL SEAL Charles A.Darby'

W. Dinkins and son Leo of Walrath Jr., reported on the dis- Mrs. Sue Murphy, now Mrs. Glen- .By Marian Clerk L. Crosby.of the Deputy Circuit Clerk Court, Brand New Full Quality <
Jacksonville visited the Lacey Nor- trict meeting held recently in non, who was recently married.I 3/4 4t 3/25
Hastings. Mrs. H. L. :Morgan told'Mrs. -
Glennon
I received
afternoon.
mans Sunday many lovely
of the latest study group. Mrs.'I gifts most of them ; :-NOTICE TO AFPR.4R ,
Floyd and Rachel Norman and made by the Clrruit Court HraUfurU CoootT
I Ray Chance was appointed secretary members, themselves. Following If. Ida I In Clrnnrrry. PHIL
'r rw Vaughn Prescott were in Jackson- CO TV
.- ville last Friday. to finish the term of office I the luncheon a "swap sale" of 25c'|i 1 tmmie Marvin Thomas Shaw, Defendant.Shaw. Plaintiff, vs. I

43 ? _. I :Mrs. Ruth :Marr, Mr. and Mrs. vacated by :Mrs. Edward Beebe. {gifts was held to raise funds fore I. Case No.' 10-89S I
Mrs. George Schaeffer was appointed t th club. :Notice To Appear. j
IIc Bill Pendarvis, Cecil Hardee and I
chairman of the summer To: Emmie Shaw. whose residence
E. C. Harvey all went to the Blood and address is: Unknown. 1 For a limited time
round-up. A short original skit I Your are he-eby notified only we can give you special deals and
Bank at Jacksonville last Satur- was presented by the local Boy I !NOTICR OP I\TP."TIO'TO" suit for divorce that a I trade-ins on custom styled PHILCO TV. Shown here are
day to give blood for Mrs. Ted Scout troop. The Girl Scouts en-I Notire nroisTEit' FirriTiorswn has been filed against you In the ': just few of
is
hereby given that the above named Court and a our sensational offers. Come in at once and
cause and
Manning of Clay Hill, who is seri- tertained with a of scouting uya"sgned| under the provisions you are required '
to
group i Chapter serve a copy of make your selection. These hot offers can't last the week I
ously ill. We 20,953. Laws of Florida your answer
hope she is better by songs. Acts of : or pleading to the coni-
I 1941 will register with the nlaint on the Plaintiff's Attorne !
ICl Ierk I
St. Williams Altar reminds -' !: ot the Circuit Court In and T. Frank Landrum, Starke,
Society Florida, ------
now.Theodore -
for Bradford i ------a-------------
and Norman County State of Florida and file the original In the
Roy of I, office I
not to overlook upon
everyone receipt of proof of publi of the Cle.-k of the Circuit '
Fleming Island spent the weekend the bargains to be had at their I name ration of of Starke this notice, the fictitious or before theIth day of Court April on,
I here. fiadiator Service 1955; otherwise the .
allegations of.said
thrift under
shop. vhih I
S I amnpraKed in husl- miplaint will be taken NeverlkougkWe&'S'ookeDopWkeiiWetOffuro
Zettie Padgett visited her children -I N. W. Hardenbergh is planningto A ness ve.. in Starke the Gn"'l1, Fla., nulldjn Temple .confessed by you. as
the Edwin Knights, in Bald, attend the Florida Bankers'( Tin- notice .Ckall: be Dubli.htonce

win last week. Convention at Boca Raton, March / dJT'
"It's' truly dreamy, that new car of ours. Frances Norman, :Mr. Converseand 21-26. That is provided he can I

Larry Norman are on the elude the chicken bug!
I pox
and so is the bank Auto Loan that helpedus sick list, just getting over the On St. Patrick's Day, Mrs. Betsy I *

measles. Burns of Jacksonville, conductedan 21" Console
buy it so economically and conveniently! ,
I Wedding bells are ringing here interesting demonstration on

for Ruby Austin and Donald Mose- the use of freezers and ranges. I c F r $ :
l ly. The demonstration was sponsoredby FOR ONLY
TOPS IN ECONOMY. CONVENiENCE: THAT'S
I A miscellaneous shower was our local Hotpoint dealer, Hunt-i' e"Ioiii&A\\

BANK AUTO FINANCING. COME IN FOR DETAILS! given in honor of the bride Thursday ley Redfearn, who helped keep the', E?' 0Ot4'iO''
afternoon of last week at the ladies happy by serving cookies I G'1 rl

1 I It home of Mrs, Maudie Smith.] and; Cokes. There were about: 40 I \ .tcLr o"S dnai\ == $225A
Games were enjoyed and Ruby received ladies in the group. Do you ever I
many lovely gifts. The say "oh, I never win anything!" I

FLORIDA BANK at STARKE hostesses Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Be consoled, for someday your .. PHIICO 4UB. Full quality
Buster Bennett, served refresh luck may change as in the case ,. TV with performance unmatched -
ments. of your correspondent, whose number t>: at its price. PoweJ'pro.ed
was drawn for first prize of ;4-- chassis with Golden
Member Florida National Group YOU'LL LOVE the new Ester- the door prizes! She went home 'qJYBtJLD6R'-, I Grid Tuner. 21-inch Aluminized .

brook purse-size fountain pens In I happy with a G. E. Mixer, worth a1 picture tube. Finger
I I TipTuning.Limited quantity!
pastel shades. Only $2.58 at Bradford considerable amount. Since there I '; ,,- -- -- --
County Telegraph. was a generous number of other _
I prizes, it would be safer to say I'
t that everyone went home happy.:' ;S 'RKE ---::=- BUILDERS


Gff\ r Iti :cc\;\ \ : held Brooklyn The at monthly the Lake Woman's Association meeting Club of March was the 'Q-:!) __ SUPPLIES,-- SERVICE I I C. H. II t ASWORTH '.


19. Problems of noisy motor boats

ait nd garbage disposal were discussed (pLo4j $ aW.t.t I
232 E. Call St. Phone
Tiadein 8peeial and the necessary action 198-J

a Jy Bird : taken. Starke, Fla. .
it The Town Council met at City I -

Hall Tuesday night, March 15. I

It was decided to pass an ordinanceto .-.---- -- _ _
protect the citizens of Keystone

3O against dogs stray or otherwise -
A committee representing the
P. T. A. was present at the meet-I
$
C ing and requested that the city!.

; put sidewalks along the main Just one way to find out !
street from the highway to the

school, to insure greater safetyfor
Only the children.At .
AWe0kJI a meeting of St. Williams

Catholic Club at the home of Tale comInanI.

''t\\ Mrs. H. L. Morgan on March 16, .
I problems of furnishings for the
new chapel were discussed. The

j men who have worked so hardwiring

I the building were com dIe thrill firsthand !
mended. These men were Wm. get
Siprelle Jean Feraci, H. L. MorganJr.

., Everett Fox, George Schaeffer,
and John Powers. Masses will beheld

L I regularly at the new chapel, .
LI I starting Sunday, March 27. .
Misses Louise and Ina Triesch- ..
mann of Canaan Conn are guests

:jof bergh.Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Harden- I L .

Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Bastedo en-
tertained some friends at a dinner

j party last Saturday evening.Guests
Never Again
Wu.hluIuI I included Mr. and Mrs. S. E. :!>Ic-
ppIIl.- -
1 will your old refrigerator : Kay Mr. and Mrs. Gay Livings
be worth as much. Trade I ton Mr. and Mrs. John Detweiler, What's il like to look through What's it like to command What's it like to take command -

now for a bigger allowance all of Keystone Heights. Guests a fweep-around windshield the full range of PowerFlite of a car up.to 9 inches

I: than you ever dreamed of. "from Starke were Mr. and Mrs. that encircles you in a glass automatic driving from the I longer than competition

0 I UP TO I Tom Slade, and Mr. and Mrs. K. cockpit What's it tike to take control panel? What's it like I What't it like to get Dodge

; '.. .= :G. Duncan. command of a surging 193hp. to guide this big Dodge with I dependability teamed with

.... ....... i Mr. and Mrs. James Puckett o/reraft-r/pe/ V-8 engine'! full-time Power Steering? flair.fashioned beauty
.u c.......... $10000 ;from Winder Ga. have purchased .

t., "i;; I and occupied the home formerly I. .
: ? owned by Mr. and Mrs. William I
r"." Lrat '. .,I I Nee Mr. Puckett has recently
,
I retired from the jewelry business.I II -
Did this ever happen to you?
FOR YOUR OLDREFRIGERATOR You're all dressed up and suddenly

you remember your shoes
aren't shined! Don't fret a min
ute! Go to Walker's and see

ii /-TX r Don't settle for lees than "Uncle" Isadore, who will give you
1,1, z ;jr 1- this new 1955 Philco. New a really good shine.
--q
-5" 4 n 2 2-door design makes both Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Thomas I -,
'k \S tL refrigerator and freezer .and children of Raliegh N. C. are _
easier to see in, reach in. !
guests of Mrs. Thomas' parents,
Mr. and Mrs. William Reynolds.Mr. .
New 10.2 cu. ft. capacity : and Mrs. Al Watson have _

fr Exclusive Twin-System recently returned from a short
it Air Conditioned, Fully but glorious vacation in Nassau
Automatic Refrigerator They traveled by plane from Jack.sonville.
Independent 2 ft. Freezer During their absence, Al,
New Double Dep'h Dairy Jr.. came home from Emory Univ.,
"HILeO 1158 Bor-Twice as Useful
carried on the grocery business
Fully Adjustable! Shelves
f in a most capable manner.
New Dodge Custom Royal 4-Docr Sedan
By the way, hear: that Al has
been named to the Merit List of

Huge 12/2! CUe ft. Emory at Oxford. This honor is I,
I' Other granted to students for superior i

Twin System Philco Many academic work and excellent deportment iI There's so much to discover! DRIVE THE NEW
-
Completely automatic refrigerator 7f' *fl1 Money SavingEarly during the proceeding:I
Air Conditioned to keep IiS1 quarter. Congratulations! I We want you to come in and find out
I: foods fresher. .plus huge 2.3 : I-k I Bird Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Swanson
cu. ft. freezer. New Double returned to their home in Stratford I all that's new about this great Dodge.You'll D OD GE
Depth Dairy Bar. Own it now Conn., last Wednesday, after
while saving offer lasts! Trade-In Specials I
money 3 visit with Mr, and Mrs. E. W.: never know until you

Only $5.00 Dwyer I "Take Command Get the Thrill First Hand!13I
_ In a few days, the ladies of the TODAY!
,
Woman's Club may call on you I I II '

to see If you have any discarded
A WEEK PHIl-CO 1251 clothing for their rummage sale.

But if you have a donation, just Hardy Brothers Motor COo

c. FL I. NASWORTHY GENERAL SUPPLIES call Master any clnb Roger member.Smith celebrated

his fifth birthday last week at his

232 E. Call St. Phone 19SJ Starke Ia. home on Lakeview Drive. Snaring! DODGE PHONE C9 PLYMOUTHPAGE

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MARCH 25, 1955
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Christian ChurchRev. BROOKER I nr"y..y'fT."Y"'fT"'fT'tT I II .YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYTYYYY !

CHURCH ., $
BAPTIST k P: ; 4
w oc J. E. Sherwood, pastor P..eC.. B. Stallings, Pastor STATE FARM!' PINE P LEVEL: I IUra

Sunday, 9:45, Bible school classes Sunday School 10 a.m., Morning I, FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHSTARKE
0 ,Worshhip 11 a.m. BTU 6:30 p.m.,
all W. Colsor.
Supt
for ages. C. By Essie L. CrosbyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4 I.V II. M. Mcliae111111AAAAAAAAALAA1uu1':
Morning Worship 11 a.m. Evening Evening Service 7:30 p.m. PrayerMeeting

worship, 7:30 p. m. Christian? En- Wednesday 7:30 p.m.PENTECOSTAL ., 4AA. FLA.

(Jeaver 6 p. m. I HOLINESSCHURCH The Home Demonstration Club There were two candidates for

r Bible Study and Prayer Meeting I met at the community center Mar. baptism at the evening service REV. LEWIS D. RAISES Pastor

Rev. C. L. MorrisonTo Presbyterian ChurchSat. I"7:30 p. m. Wednesday. 15 with Miss Dorothy Ross. Of- last Sunday at Pine Level Baptist
Scnooi 10 a.m. Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town
Sunday -
Woman Council 1st and 3rd ficers were elected for the coming Church.Mr. .
Conduct RevivalAt ., 3 p. m.Adult Choir practice 'I Tuesday, 7:30 p.m., Mrs. W. L. Morning Service 11 &.m. 1 iyear.i A meeting wilj be held each and Mrs. H. H. Lewis visited Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130
Evening Service 7:30 I
p.m.
PresbyterianRev. Andrews, president. month. .Mr and Mrs. Bishop Thomas and --
Sunday School 9:45: a. m. Morning Church located on W. Call and Prayer Meetings Wednesoa.* The Community Club met Tues Mrs. Grover Moore at Brooker on I Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 8:00 P.M.
7:45 Saturday night
night : ,
Worship 11 a. m., sermon by Christian streets. A friendly welcome pm. day afternoon at 2 o'clockith Thursday of last week.
Rev. C. L. :Morrison, Prattville, i Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:45 P M.
waits everyone. EVERGREEN the vice president, Mrs. J. G. God Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Lewis and|I
Youth Fellowship Supper 6
Ala.
win presiding. A large number Mr and Mrs. Cornelious Lewis and': I. Midweek Service Wednesday, 8:00 P.M.:
BAPTIST CHURCH
with Frances Caldwell, Margaret I
p. m. Edward'a ChurchSunday attended.Mrs. I'children, all of Plant City, wererecent !
i Rose Duncan, Ida McAliley, St. Sunday School 10 a. m. Preach-i
a Bill Edwards, the former guests of the H. H. Lewises. Hear the Sunday Morning: Service over WDVH at
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and W. S. McAliley as hosts. Pro- Mass at ':1:5: a. m. ing 11 a. m. Training Union 6:30 I I June Caldwell, who has been visiting We are sorry to hear of the ill- 11 a.m. Regular Broadcast Every 1, 3. and 5 Sunday.

r fr gram by Youth Council of Su- Holy day masses 6:30: a. m. and p. m. Preaching 7:30 p. m. Prayer I her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. ness of Clyde Hughey soninlawof I I

wannee Presbytery. Evening Worship Rev.- 8:30 a. m.Children's. Meeting Wednesday 7:30: p. In. G. Caldwell, left Thursday for Mr. and :Mrs. B. M. McRae. He' _- H -__ .: : _::- -__ _' ::: '.:::::.1t .:': .- -_' :-'
7:30 p. m., sermon by Rev. J. E. Lingerfelt, pastor.
Catechism Class each Orange Park to visit Mr. and Mrs. entered the hospital in Gainesville

Morrison. Wednesday at 3:15 p. m. W. H. Edwards. After a brief visit!!Monday. ,
Mon.- Fri.Evangelistic services Christian Church
11eg1ltaWomen's Hampton with them she will join her husband -i Sunday dinner guests of the
ly in co-operation with "Find Keystone Hub Sunday Bible School 10 a. m. in Warwick, Va. 1. M. McRaes' were Mr. and Mrs. i i REVIVALFAITH
4 Life with God" emphasis of Pres- ( ) Preaching 11 a. m. Evening- Mr. and Mrs. IL.; L. Conner and Miss Alice Red-j
Mass 8 a. m. Dwight Williams
byterian Church. Sunday Christian Endeavor 7 p. m. Preach- of Macclenny and I dish of Starke, and John Kenny of]
Tues., 6:30: p. m., Men of the Holy day masses 7:30 a. m. ing 8 p. m. Wednesday Bible Mr. and Mrs. II Jacksonville.

supPer followed attend- Confessions before all Masses. Charney Williams of Starke were ; BAPTIST CHURCH
; rx Church by Study Hour 8 p. m. Willard M. I Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Murhee and I
guests of
:3 fo ance at Church service. Jones Pastor. I Mrs. R. E.their Williams parents, Sunday., Mr. and L son, Edward, of Hilliard, and Mr.! LAWTEY, FLA.
Thurs., 3:30 p. m.Junior Choir Mark's EpiscopalRev. I
St. and Mrs. Wm. Guy Hall and chil-
practice.The I'.YYYYYYYYYTTTTTTTTT.... Miss Elizabeth McNeil, mission Beginning March 21 and
Raymond E. SlacBlala dren were guests of Rev. and Mrs.
i church issues a special invitation ary to Japan, was overnight guest W. E. Hall Saturday night. Continuing Through April 1
Wednesday of Mr.
and Mrs. J. G.
to its membership and Services at St. Mark's Episcopal BROOKERBy { Caldwell and family.Mr. This community was saddenedto
the public to attend these serv- Church will be as follows: learn of the death of J. S. Nor- SERVICES EACH EVENING AT 7:30
ices. Mr. Morrison is one of the Sunday: 9:45: a.m. Church and Mrs. John F. Crews and i!man and sympathy is extended to
ministers of eastern 11 a.m.-' Polly Walt Jr. children of Monticello spent the Old Time Gospel Singing
I outstanding School and Adult Class; I the family and relatives.law .
Alabama, and he has done outstanding Morning Prayer and Sermon; 6:30 .11111111111111U.AA AJlonort'd weekend with her parents, Mr. Gospel and Doctrinal Preaching
and Mrs. G. E. Crews. I
Morrison, of work with young people Y. P. S. L.
C. L. pastor p.m.
home mission Litany At ShowerA We are sorry to report the illness and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Preacher Elder Markey Kite
the First Presbyterian Church, and in support of Wednesday: 7:30 p.m. '
miscellaneous shower was of Stafford Earl T. and children, and
work in his state.Methodist Meditation 8 Choir Elzy and his little, Kirby
will weekof and ; p.m.
Prattville Ala., begin a
Practice given Thursday night of last weekin son. The little boy has been in i I son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Pastor First Baptist Church, LaCrosseA.
at the First
services
evangelistic honor of Miss June Stokes. The Alachua Hospital but is little'"Irs. Sherman Crosby and baby,
a
Holy Communion: 1st Sunday, E. MASSEY Pastor
Presbyterian 'Church this Sunday, ChurchFriday '
community center, scene of this .
better at this time. all of Jacksonville.Mr
He will pIeach'at the morning 11 a.m.; 3rd Sunday, 7:30 p.m.
: lovely affair, was decorated with Miss Bobbie Faye Sweat enter- and Mrs. Gerald Taylor and EVERYONE INVITED
service at 11 o'clock and at the New Life Meetings,
spring flowers for the occasion. I
AIRPARK MISSIONARY tained with a wiener roast Thurs- children of Jacksonville and Mr.
I service at 7:30.: Evening 7:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
evening Winners in the Naomi
were
BAPTIST CHURCII games day night at her home. About 75 and Mrs. Lavon Johns of Starke
serices will be held during the Saturday Pastor's Membership .
Stokes and Ann Crosby. I young folks enjoyed the affair. I were guests of their parents, Mr. : ,
week, Monday, March 28, through Class, 10 a. m. I Sunday School 9:45 a. m. Morning I.
Refreshments were served by the I Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Crosby had and Mrs. R. A. Taylor, last week- I II
Friday April 1, at 7:30 o'clock. Sunday Church :School 9:45a. : I Worship 11 a. m. Training I I I I
hostesses, Mrs. Earl Green, Mrs.I as weekend guests their son-ln-''end.ALVAREZ' I
music will be by Morning worship 11 a. m. Union 6:15 m. Evening Service
Special provided m. : p. L. L. Dyal, Mrs. Guy Harrell, Mrs.1- i
and choir of the Dr. Allen W. Moore as preacher. 7:30 Prayer Meeting Wed iI
the adult youth p. m.
Basil Davis, Mrs. J. W. Kelly, Mrs.
church. Recreation Time 5:30: p. m. Fel- nesday 7:30 p. m. Rev. W. O. Men's Clothing iI I
R. R. Carlton, and Mrs. C. F. II STORE I11I I
Mr. Morrison is a native of Lexington lowship Supper for Intermediatesand Collins Jr., Pastor. Padgett. Established i 1894 I

Va. and is a graduate of Seniors, 6:15 p. m. Worship
Westminster College, Fulton, Mo., Service for MYF Groups, 6:45: p. IL43IPTONCHRISTIAN Special Visitor i

and of Union Theological Semi-, m., with Dr. Moore. Evening CHURCH Skee Goedhart, son of Mr. and :- -

nary, Richmond, Va. He has served Evangelistic Service, 7:30 p. m. Bible School 10 a. m.; Worship I Mrs. George Goedhart, manager I

pastorates at Mount Holly, Ark., Tuesday WSCS Prayer Group I Service 11 a. m.: Youth Program II of the Brooker tung mill, was a recent -

Aliceville, Ala., Columbus, Miss., 9:30 a. m.; Wesleyan Service, 7:30 6:30: p. m. Evening Service 8 I to learn visitor that here.:Mr. Goedhart We were is thrilled com- EARL M. CAMPBELL Sewing Machine Operators

and he has been pastor of the m.Bro.. J. B. Dixon. pastor.
First Presbyterian Church, Pratt- p.m.Wednesday Children's Bible p. pany manager of the Holiday on JOHN F. Bill GREENE
)
Ice show. He and his wife, the (
ville Ala. since 1948. Story Hour, 3:30 p. m. Prayer \VOODIt\\VN MISSIONARY Experienced & UnexperiencedAGES

. Mr. Morrison has been active in I meeting group will meet at the BAPTIST CHURCH former Betty Manors of Kansas
I City, toured state but TAX CONSULTANTSOlson
our ,
were
in 18 THRU 35
the youth work of the church. He I Presbyterian Church coopera- 10 a.m. Sunday School, 11 a.m. greatly impressed with Brookerand

has been very active in the senior. tion with their revival. preaching. 6:15: BTU, 6:45: prayer -' Bradford County and plan to Building S. Walnut Street Starke
Youth Choir Rehearsal -
Alabama
of East Pres-
I
conferences Thursday service, 7 o'clock song services spend their vacation here. Company Benefits Include Group Life & Hospital
bytery and of the Synod of Alabama 6:30 p. m. Chancel Choir services. PHONE 14
1:30 evening Insurance Paid Vacations and Others
has directed various Pioneer ehearsal, 7:30 p. m. Fourteen Baptised
Conclaves and and has The Brooker Baptist Church
Camp HEILBRONN: FARMER APPLY AT OUR OFFICE
I BUSINESS INDIVIDUAL RETURNS
held services last
taught in state and area Senior At The Tabernacle BAPTIST CHURCH baptism Sundayat
10th & CHURCH STREETSManufacturing
Youth Leadership Schools. I the Lake Butler Baptist Church

A cordial invitation is extendedby Revival services, conducted by Sunday School 10 ajn. Preach- with Rev. Stallings officiating.. Rate Short Forms
ing 11 a.m. Training Union 6:30 Those baptised were Amanda Lewis Special on
the pastor and membership of Dr. Jqhn McNeill Scotch evangelist BIG DAD Co.
the church to the general publicto 'p.m. Preaching 7:30 p.m. Prayer Janice Green, Jackie Parrish,
markingthe
closed
Sunday night .
7:30 OPEN ALL DAY EACH FRIDAY.
attend these services. 17th of his ministry to !Meeting Wednesday p.m. Bobby Vlakis, A. L Green, Roy
year treat ,REV. Milton J, Dukes, pastor. Green, John Green, Edward Endi- Starke, Fla.
the Tabernacle. A special
I cott, Frank Tinney Wilbur Barry,
Church of God the Thursday nightof
was presence
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Strachern of SEVENTH D.AD'E.rIST Ronny Wiggins Lenox Kelly, Wins-
Mrs. Dorothy
Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn Longview, Texas, soloist for 16'' CHURCH ton Kelly, and Henry Harrell. I .
each Sabbath in the Jackie Barry spent this week
ing Worship 11 a.m. Sunday Eve- years with the R. G. LeTourneau Services
ning Service 7:45 p.m., Y.P.E. Gospel Team. She has a fine lyric Old Masonic Hall on E. Call St. in Leesburg. I

Service Wednesday 7:45 p.m., and soprano voice and her'solos were Sabbath School 2 p. m. Preaching Ralph Mott of Washington, and 1

Prayer Meeting Friday 7:45 p.m much enjoyed. every week by R. L. Mathews, pas Mrs. Hamp Connley of Tallahasseehave
Lawtej- tor. Bible Study each Thursday been visiting Mrs. Sam Mott.

Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn. CHURCH OF CHRISTC. 7:30 p. m. A friendly welcome Mrs. W. E. Bigham and daughter SAVE $100

ing Worship 11 a.m. YPE Serving L. Overturn Jr., Minister awaits everyone. Mary Jane, spent Mondayin

Saturday, 7:30 p.m. I Sunday Bible Study 10 a. m. Jacksonville.Mr. .
I Morning Worship 11 a. m. Evening -I CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST and Mrs. Albertus Miller

FAITH BAPTIST CHURCHLAWTEY. I Worship 7:30: p. m. I LATTER DAY SAINTS spent last weekend at Homasassa

FLA.Sunday I Wednesday Bible Study 7:30 Services each Sunday In old I Springs.

School 10 a. m. Preaching I p' m. Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sunday Teddy Bigham visited the W. E.

11 a. m. &: 7:30 p. Midweek i Radio program, "Old Paths" School 10 a. m. Sacramenl, Bighams recently. REGULAR PRICE
.
Yours For
service Wednesday 7:30 p. m |each Sunday 9 a. m. Station Service 6:30: p. Everyone wel Mrs. Tom Steele of Vero Beach Only

A. E. Massey, pastor. WDVH. come.
was a recent guest of the Carl -

;: Green and Ernest Edwards fami I $429.95 g1 f a'I 95
i I I

---T I lies.Mr.. and Mrs. W. H. Hinton Jr. LESS'I

.
and son Johnny visited the Earl

Greens while enroute to their new
$100.00 FOR YOUR OLD
home in Toledo, Ohio. I

Recent guests of the George

Goedharts were Mrs. Goedhart's REFRIGERATOR

parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Pin-

son of Terre Haute, Ind., Mr. and

Mrs. Milton Sandbury of Minneapolis -

a Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Harry 11.1 cu. ft. NOROE CUSTOMAT/C
th Stout of Madison Wis.
jD
Med.11150
N r scLt

the FOUN1p PEVERY WRlSING r.vv.vnt..rvvn..n.v'CRAAM .. ). ,, EASY TERMS


.
p01Nt FARChoose..the : . . CJ

5 : .
Mrs. John 1lclUnneyYYTYTYTTYY.TTTTTTTTYYY. y '. : ' LESS BONUS TRACE-IN ALLOWANCE

,: LOW DOWN PAYMENT EASY TERMS
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Mrs. Roy Starling and children .,\, ,
":' .' WHY SETTLE FOR LESS
returned home Sunday after visiting .
J! '
relatives in Jacksonville.Mrs. .
Bunie Broughton is in k .,;}: THAN A CUSTOMATICI/

Alachua Hospital, where she under ..y'
right point for the way went a leg operation. She is doing t.:J. : ;\{ When you see the new NorgeCujfomcfc

nicely. you'll fall in love with
number .,.>.' .:' ,
you write..by Mrs Kate Morgan returned ;%
home :Wednesday from St. Vincent's : ,. :. t; F it. For here is beauty and
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Hospital. ::; : efficency beyond your fondest
.j.jI George Willis entered the Armyon i-'r>! j
March 9 and is stationed at Ft. .ti- t-; dreams. Day in, day out, theN

Jackson, S. C. .4 ;:. Norge Customatlc maintains

Mr. and :Mrs. John McKinney .
',, of cold-
perfect zones
: :
'
attended the open house Odd Fel- '; ,
r ;;<
low supper in Gainesville. Thursday *'fi ; : d ,f.: automatically I

I : night L.iY r

a I i Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Weathering- : ; But to really appreciate the new
i ton of Lutx Mr. and Mrs. Jean ;, ;s

I McKInney of Ona and J.. D. McKinney -i' f Cusfomaf/c, come in today end

of Tampa were weekend 1B\ ; be your own judge. Let us tell you .
guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Mc- J
ti 4 also about the "bonus" trade-in

a 3 z
i we can give you right now on
Kinney.MONUMENTS
7 .
.".-. .;,,......4,- 3,,. your old refrigerator.
$056VAi !r?' .-<... ,..-,... -

c vU V LOWEST PRICES I i 9., There's a new Norgi for

-.th.e styl..hi$4.2Sqya ,Na wwn
FINEST QUALITYI ,, saraaued DGo every family every budget

a WOJUPSLUSBTSaKSOMTH I No Extra Charge dH auk e priced from
C?POINT STYLES
For Setting Or Near
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STAEKE, FLORIDA
I FRIDAY MAKCII 23, 19.)3

Market Being -
I the Clerk of the Circuit Court on "r
W. C. T. U. before theta
Readied For <
day of April. ms
SPORTSTornadoes (. I "TO LOSE YOUR WEALTH IS otherwise the allegations of said
Rush Season -, i 'Ndk # S ? :MUCH: Complaint Hill. be taken as confessed
I by you.
Construction at the Starke II I Ii i % 4J 4'V I TO MORE.LOSE YOUR HEALTH IS once This each notice week shall for fourf1"el'uri8 be published

Farmers Market is nearing completion weeks in the Bradford County Tell"
J" 4 e : I TO LOSE YOUR SOUL ISSITU graph.
this week according to M. Dated this ZZ day of M.\r.I'! :
R. Judd, manager. The added Score Easy Victories ; i A LOSS THAT NOTHING OFFICIAL. SEAL) Charles ,*. Darh>
CAN RESTORE." Clerk of the .
144i11.&i MIJd4/ c." "-u': < iirt
facilities have been put in for-L. r By Marian I.. Crosb, D"i' .-y -'Ie'k
i
V-- (FISHERS OF MEN) .-, .
R. (Tommy) Morris, who sent 3 41 *

word this week that he wants i In First Two Games Of SeasonBradford \T NOTICE TO APPEAR AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA-AA
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about the same variety of pepper, .Ji I''I.Florida Circuit In(ourl Cham-try., Bradford County :> FOR SALEA

beans, peas corn and other vegetables ;:M\ra Jean Williams Plaintiff. \",.

as last year. High opened its 1955 both teams indicated early season! |J'ihnny Williams, Defendant.Case !'
No 10-1S! ;
Judd stated that two additional diamond season with a rousing jitters in both camps. i I :Notice. To Appear j I MONEY MAKER
stalls have been In T. : JohnnWilliams whost' IVM-
put at the end l
,
14-3 victory over the Blue Devils I > .n.e and address!' is: 1(10.st 141st .
of the shed for other buyers. tn'et. Apartment. New" York, ONE 3-CAR TRAIN WITH
The addition to the Brooker from Green Cove Springs. Left- ,1|!! Tuesday night the BHS nine I II } X.York.. I

Farmers hander Edwin Johns allowed the journeyed to St. Augustine and I You are hereby notified that a i 300 FT. TRACK PLUS
Market is
._ coming along I I | suit for divorce custody and control I Ii
with work on the foundation be- i invaders three hits and fanned ten brought home the bacon by gaining) > : ;;__, ,.0 >f minor child has been filedagainst i
::, ; .. KIDDIE FERRIS WHEEL
a 11-3 win over the Yellow Jackets -.:. __ _, .4.J : '':'' : __ you in the above named I
ing done week. (rmirt
this Tobacco -- and
grow- before an average crowd at the cause and you are required -J
ers are busy setting out plants, from the Ancient City. Edgar evident that many balls were well 1955; ; TORNADO BASEBALL SQUAD: (front row, left to right) John to serve a copy of your an- ] Call
tarke I
field last ser or
when they can, and it is expectedthat Friday night. Akridge scattered eight hits while hit which were hit directly at some GooKby: Curtis! McGee, Raymond Stefanelli, Buck Gill WalLwe Rivers ,."n It", Pluntifftt"pleading to the rne\(complaint,

the full allotment will be Glen Reddish was the hitting fanning 14 Ketterlinus hitters over'one. Eulie Rushton, Eugene Magyar!, Kenneth I'arrUh, Jack Seimer. Second Mn Fr.d: :'dins! lUnI.r, .Ia'k""nnit.!. I I"i!! H\II."t: !{a"'h PHONE 106 FOR PRICE

planted in Bradford ,star with three singles. Shortstop the seven-inning route. Coach Joe For Ketterlinus, Jerry Hohne Calvin Pare d file the 2. FI.rld"ar '
County. ;, row: Paul Magjari, Hilly Harrington, mil Alderman, original in the office of' 'fYVYYYyVVyyyyyyVTYVyvyY1VINKLER
Rain I Dewayne Elder and lefthander Hull was well pleased with the typeof f started on the mound but was not'
1-
on Tuesday wasn't sufficient I- | Edgar Akridge Edwin Johns, Glen Reddish, Gus Kopelousos, Edwardtkridge '_ __
I Edgar Akridge each contributed ball played by his boys and successful in the .II!!>
by any means, but it did help 11. very keeping j .- and Dewayne Elder.
and some growers around the I home run to the cause in the first especially was lavish in his praiseof ;,Tornado bats silenced. He was relieved -i

Heilbronn area were out planting I i inning for the Tornadoes. Coach the infield's play. Rlghtfielder I in the sixth inning. Taylor j picked up a 14-5 win over Palatka Season Schedule ELECTRIC SERVICE

field corn on Wednesday.The Joe Hull was well pleased with Edwin Johns' led the BHS attack J and Smith were the leading stickmen -! and thus BHS now leads the field I r Following is the BITS baseball \

amount of truck and vegetable -:the performance of the infield. with three timely hits. Catcher( for Ketterlinus, each with two I Jm the northern half of the East !I I schedule for the remainder of the

crops being planted this yearis I However, the outfield lacks experience Eulie Rus ton had two line-drive I hits, the former getting a triple. j Florida Conference since these are season:

expected to be less than recent as was indicated in last singles. The only extra base blow The margin of victory seems to 1 the only teams in the northern I

seasons due to the fact that the week's contest. This is understandable for B. H. S. came from the bat of I have resulted from the differencein i I division. BHS meets P. K. Yonge Date Team Where Time

two previous seasons have been in that two of the three pitcher Edgar Akridge who the field of the two teams. today (Friday) in Gainesville at Mar. 25 PKy GviUe 3 p.m

bad financially and farmers are outfielders rotate from the moundto bounced a long double off the left Coach John Toncoff of Ketterlinus 3:30: pm. Edwin Johns probablywill Mar. 28 Kett. Here 8 p.m. RADIO

bard-pressed to obtain the neces- the outer garden. Rivers, Johns I field wall to insure his part in indicated that his team could do Apr. 2 Bran. Here 8 p.m.
the
sary funds for fertilizer and seed. and Edgar Akridge share outfield winning his own ball gaIL The nothing right as was evidenced by get starting assignmenton Apr. 5 Lk Cty There 3:30 AND
I
Another factor is that some and mound duties while Buck Gill hitting power of the Tornadoes seven errors committed by his the mound for the Tornadoes. Apr. 8 Pltlea Here 8 p.m.

growers have abandoned row crop centerfielder, is the only holdoverin seems to be improving, not so rrew. BHS had only two miscues Next Tuesday night the Tornadoes I Apr. 12 GHS Here 8 p.m. -i TELEVISIONSales

farming in favor of turning to the the outfield from one game to much because of the number of afield. return home to face Ketterlinus Apr. 15 Pltka There 8 p.m.

the next. A total of 14 hits they're getting but it wasTrack I During the week Ketterlinus Apr. 19 GHS GvilIe
raising of livestock and, as a con- errors by past aerain. Game time will be 8 p.m. 8 p.m. .

seouence, are planting forage __ _.u _.. ____ _-.-__ Apr. 28 22 Lk Cty Here 8 pm.1- I 17-inch TV $159.95
1 Apr.
.r Mahogany
:4 ----V PKY Here !
crops. 1W> -. ; -* a e, 1 4 8 p.m.
ri..J -
!
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iI1 I Apr. 29 Ocala There 4 p.m. and Servicensnsnsrsssnnsnnassssssspflrssrsr

: : t May 6 Bran. There (not set) I I
Tate Powell Sr. : -Sn S
May 10 Grn Coc There 3:30 I 224 N. Temple Ave. PHONE 166 Starke, Florida
Retires From May 12 Lk Cty Here 8
$k p.m.
.
j May 17 Ocala Here 8 p.m. --- .,--- .....
Baker Co. Press -

Te May 19. 20. 21 Group Tournament

Friends here will be interested nLoses Semi-finals and finals-, SellliRentlt I! Trade

to learn that Tate Powell Sr. has Jacksonville Beach.

sold his one half interest in the _;.' I June 7 State Tournament
; begins '
: -I
Baker County Press to his I ( %WITH A TELEGRAPH
grandson : ; :Q i 4 time and place not yet determined CLASSIFIEDLow
Ray Powell, effective March C I ).

:15. t 4Aj I Sub Group game. winner goes I Rates Good Results Kasy To Place

In announcing the transaction in pr ; to Group Tournament I !0 WORDS OR LESS. ONE INSERTION 50c
last week's Press, Mr. Powell Sr. To "Winner of Fletcher-Bishop
EACH ADDITIONAL
. said: "I feel that the time has |Kinny game meets winner of Brad- WORD 2c
imrOl >T OF IS: PER
CFAT OV TWO
OR MORE
come for me to retire from active ford-Lake City game. Winner of ISRRTIO

work and do a little rambling I second round game meets surviv-
i. ) :ae ADDITIONAL: FOR HLIMI: ADS OK ADS :.NOT
PAID
around fishing, visiting friends OcalaThe I ing team from lower bracket consisting IV ADVANCEMEMORIAMS

and piddling about. I that I | of Ketterlinus, St. Josehp's, CARDS OF THANKS RESOLUTIONS _
the present editors and pUblishers,1 J Bolles and Paxon. 20c Per Line

Tate Powell Jr. and his l (COUNT 5 WORDS TO EACH LINE)

will give you an excellent paper STANLEY CLARK took first ( ['Witness Shifts

and treat you with every courtesy. Wildcats of Ocala took a plare for BUS with a high BOBBY FERGUSON won second : FOR RENT
I wish to thank who has in the dash. TestimonyIn Nicely furnished FOR SALE-10 acres of land,
everyone place 100-yard high-
close one from the Bradford High jump of 5 feet S 1-2 inches. : downstairs apartment. corner way frontage, 3 room house
foi
had County a hand Press in one making of the best the Baker weekly cindermen last Friday at Ocala ____ i II! ROBERT HUMPHRIES (upper i | Murder Case Grand. R Beard and ,Washington 691. Sts. CallF. Up Starke only $1500 on ,the about Griffis 2 miles Loop out high-of

63 1-2 to 59 1-2. As Bradford land's 22.7 seconds in the 180 yd. : i way. Also walking
j garden
I right) led the Tornadoes in a trac-
I
newspapers in this section of I FOR RENT-Very nice four room tor, turning
Florida by their High coach Jim Hobbs stated, it low hurdles. clean sweep of pole vault Buddy Abraham Lawtey negro, furnished house newly painted to cultivator with plane plows 8-disc and a harrow home-
hearty
coopera- was merely a case of eight first was brought before County Judge couple or couple with infant. Mrs. made trailer, used
tion and Other point getters were Strick- honors. I E. J. very little
support. Theron A. Doulinx Sr. :S3! W. Call :)t. Tractor and
attachment
Yawn
to seven. Two pleasant Monday to explain 1300. Also -
Mr. Powell, who lived in Starkeas places land and Harrell, 2nd and 3rd respectively [ his or Phone 113-J. ltchg four 20-rod rolls of 36 in. fence
surprises were first place in the TOWNSEND STRICKLANDlower remarks that "the paper wire and one SO-rod roll of barbed
a young man, has friends in the high hurdles. FOR SALE-New three bedroom wire, -
many had it all brand
mile the Tornadoes' Jimmy ( right) shows good form all wrong" in connection new, never t
run by home on lake near Keystone been
the 100- unrolled. $6
second S.Eddie
and relatives here Ferguson won in M.
who extend I the hurdles. lie took with the murder March Heights, would consider aar-
Hazen in 5 min., 24.3 seconds, and on high on 12 at trading per.
their yd. dash. Mathews and Prescottran for home in Starke. I'hone lOll, Itp-
congratulations to him on along
Jimmy Weldon's discus heave of first place on the low hurdles ."Black Bottom" of Joe King negro Ur. bolhnger. Itp FOR ,
SALE
career of service in the newspaper 2nd and 3rd respectively in I also Jurkens H Turkey, %
at Ocala 1 1lt".J4 of Lawtey. Chicken
115 ft.. 8 inches. I 60c. Capons and
field, and will be glad to the half-mile run. Humphriestook II II I Abraham stated that he knew APARTMENT FOR RENT-Upstairs chicks, Phesants. looking Started orders

know that he is getting a deserved The pole vault was a clean sweep a second in the high jump. I (nothing about the killing, other furnished; Z or rooms unfurnished.and kitchenette Just in- Clair for mink.tit. Jacksonville A. O. Beach, lit St
vacation after for the Tornadoes with Humphries Bill Moore and Stanley Clark took: Mde limits. desired Fla. Itp
so many years in a their own. The mile relay team, (than that his car had been used to city Couple
confining profession. Slade and Lee finishing one, two, second places in the broad jump) Clark and LWP Contact Chamber of Commerce. FOR S.-\LE-Fln room house. 21*
high jumpers Humphries I transport the group involved in the 2tch? 4/1 So. Orange. Contact
G.
Rest wishes also go to the newPrel.'t three in that order. Other first i and shot put respectively. end 100-yd. dash man, Bobby Fer- killing, and that later he had heard FOR REoSIx: unfurnished comb 9107. Starke Motor room
partners, Tate Powell Jr. and I place winners for B. H. S. were Today (Friday) Coach Hobbs i is guson, will make the trip to Jack-' !that "Joe King got sprinkled." house bath and hot water. $25:!:i 2tr
his son Ray, who recently returnedto Stanley Clark in the high jump taking a few of his athletes to the sonville. Humphries will also enter f In other developments on the per month. 24 miles West of FOR RENT-Six: room house on

Macclenny after several years with a leap of 5 ft., 3 1-2 inches; Robert E. Lee Relays in Jackson the pole-vault in order to try ;a # r (. !murder, for which Herman White Lawtey. I'edriL Rosier. Zip 4/1 Thomasf 2. Box 57.St.Starke.L. U. Morgan, Jr., Ht

in the service where he became the mile relay team (Godwin Martin ville. This is an annual invitation to better his 11 ft. mark of week < FOR RENT-One-Two bedroom Itp
a is
!negro, being held without bail house,
furnished. Mjrtin's
Fruit
POMERANIAN
proficient in the new process of Moore, and Ferguson) with a meet entered by many Class A and: ago.- He did not attempt a greater I lir the County Jail, pending a .shop. Temple Ave. tip five weeks old.PUPS-Three A.XA'. males

offset printing. time of 3 minutes, 43.4 seconds; AA schools. Some of the competition height last week since it was good : I grand jury investigation, one witness I! ed. Mrs. Ellis Thornton,Register-Box 172,
FOR SALE-3 Stark.
the half-mile relay team (Strick definitely will be the TOBACCO SEEDBEDS or phone 366.
over enough for first place. I : Willie Tucker suddenly decided 10 ft. x 100 ft. Call after7pm Itp
YOU'LL LOVE the Ester-
new land, Martin, Moore, and Ferguson head of the lads from B. H. S. but Saturday afternoon the same l'at Yarbrough Brookrr TYPEWRITER-Underwood
brook purse-size fountain pens! In ) with a time of 1 minute, 36.6 i it is believed that in some of the I will journey to Gainesville I to change his entire testimony !- 2752. Ztchg 4/1 ard late model, key-set tabulator stand
group as he had "waited to -see excellent condition. $65
shades. $i.58 at Brad Brad
pastel Only seconds; and Townsend Stride-1 I events they will be able to hold to compete in the cream of Florida what FOR SALE-Kroeler Sofa and chair ford 'ounty Telegraph
the others would before tf
ford County Telegraph. say covered in pink plastic. In good
track events, the Florida Relays. > I telling the truth." condition, I'hone 24W. lip FOR HFXT-Two bedroom
i will their luck in the FOR SALE-16 acre land on Hlch- furnished nicely
Jimmy Hazen also will make this i Ferguson try In the of his hou". window fan CorChrIltIan -
course
i new state- .
way (Brownlee Road) See G. L. and Pratt St .
|; trip and Bill Moore and Bobby broad jump. .ment, which was taken on a tape Kersey, IlL 2, Box 60, Starke. ItrhR'
I 2tp 3/18 GRAVLEY ROTO

to recorder why he, Tucker had run was away questioned from the as Large Blooming Auilea ally Kelly new Thompson for quick Rt PLOW-Pra'tlr-2,sale Box %S100 11.('

Come drive America's best-selling car Bradford's Gain In Wealth, ExceedsI I I scene of the crime. M'KCIIL AM SU.K) ON AZALEASC.MFLLRAS Starke. Itp ,

.
.
I He explained: "I don't mind All Plant at Half Price FOR RLK-Upright sewing' machine

For Nation Indicatesa (.running when it's time to run!" MAKING:: .-\IS Z.U.KG.ROE! HF.LIVIMiIHOVKDKHi : :% machine 15. Electric J4<.50. Steel portable beam sewing plow

Average Report i Along with White and Tucker, AND: :MHSKRV like new $R. Electric hand taw
Pauline Earle Colllnn 6 Inch IZO 300 fruit Jars 5c
I each
Albert Lollar is :
held
being as a Phone HOlbort SKil' Karlrlun, Fla. .1 Single barrel that pun SIS W B I
material witness for the tf nevlne.0 Standard 011 .
Residents' of Bradford Countyare large volume of potential buying : grand I I Lswtev.. Station Up J I

continuing to "stash it away" ,power that can exert strong influence ,jury.King I WANTED TO BUY HOUSE-Suitable -
I his wife Bessie, White, ) for Lake Cottage, 2 or 3 FOR SALE-Antique*'. used
for a rainy day. As a whole, theyare on production and employ-j L rooms! must be practical to move ture and household! furni-
I
Lollar and Tucker roods OM
1 were on their to lake. Call Mrs CrowBon at 29
"well heeled, with more moneyat I ment levels. Dowllng Parn. Highway 301 \1
their finger than they have The increase in bank deposits way to "Black Bottom" early the | % across road from E] Rancho Mn-
tips C\ YOU BELIEVE-For ONLY: teL .,
:2tchr _
of March 12 !1111
when trouble
morning ,
ever had before. I in Bradford County in the two < 1J3.oo dono and DNa vtrrk, yoaj u"'
i with the ram hate a, TtEAIe GUARANTEED -
The story la told in the biennial years ending June 30 was 20.8 per car developed, and Bessie : \ ... Gas Hot WANTED-Secretary for Legislative
I King tells the story that the men Water Heater In home session in Tallahassee durIng
jour -fully
report of the Federal Reserve cent. This compares favorablywith April and May. Good
Installed. (For old and salary. Ap.
all went and new ro -
short time
December 1931 and System, showing bank deposits for the increase noted for the away a tomera of) SLADK GAS CO. Ph.ne ply Doyle E Conner Ins. Agoy
Complete and official registrations for later the Phone 285.
King staggered into car, 121. tf Itch*
every county in the U. S. nation at large. 7.7 per cent, and(

1955 (the first two months for which comparative As of the close of the last with that in the South Atlantic [saying: "That nigger shot me." FOR RENT-Kitchenette Cabins. At FOR SALE-4 Auto Top carrier
January complete
fiscal year, total bank deposits in 'States 6.5 per cent. King died a few hours later, the Michigan Ranch, 3 miles S. of (wire mesh) $5. See G. Kaufmann. \
1 Starke on Highway 100. 2tp 3/25 Cypress and Westmoreland Sts
result buckshot
registration figures are available on '55 models) show that this county came to $:.52OOO, as I Hoy.powerful a flnancial force of wounds. Pinehurst subdivision.
with the $1,863,000 on FOR SALE-Four room house, deep
be
ompared ; j these holdings represent may
well, electricity back of Hart-
%% PAID ON SAVINGS
deposit two years earlier. The I gleaned from the following. By Cattlemen Meet mann's Furniture. Reasonable. STATE RANK -- KEY-KEYSTONE -

figure includes time and demand I sing a little more than half their\ Thomas Norman Rt :. Box 47-C, STONE HEIGHTS. FLA.. M1!: I.
[Tonight At Brooker Starke' 2tp HER FDIC.
deposits of Individuals, partner- savings people could double an

MORE PEOPLE ARE BUYING ships and corporations and excludes entire year's sale of food clothing- I The Bradford County Cattlemen's FOR equipped SALE with- 10 wheel ft. Hydroplane and racing 1950 ENGLISH FORD low mileage

Interbank and Governmental medicine and all other soft goods. I fin. $50 cash. Inquire at Coca- g-ood condition. Priced to MIL
Association will meet tonight Cola plant. 2tp 8/25 See It nt Torod&s Used Car Lot.
deposits. Also, they could wipe out all retail (Friday) at the community center tf
It represents on e per capita inventories in stores by the I Brooker FOR SALE-Simmons Sofa Bed.
j n for the first In a seriesof
.
basis $172 on deposit for every, expenditure of one-tenth of their Good condition. Phone 49J. It LET J. D. ODO.. .JR
meetings scheduled for various H ANDLFJIOITRCAVTIM
,
woman and child in Bradford
man cash savings. AND HOOI
55 CHEVROLETS sections of the county.
SALES -
County. What they will eventually decide Zedra Hamilton and Floyd Wiggins Electric Motors Lire Oak Kaeh WrdaexU

Government officials and econo: to do woth all this money will have charge of the sup- CalaMTtlJe F.eh Friday
mists consider big savings a key tf
: REWOUND AND
: .1'per and wives of members are invited -
and when --- will have a powerful I
factor in the nation's economic
FOR RENT-Two bedroom furnUh-
'r to attend. SERVICEDSmall
health. Thev represent, it Is felt::, 'effect on our economic future. ed apartment Apply Shepherds
THAN ANY OTHER CAR .1 Radio and TV_Shop. tfcbgCARPENTER
--
Tax DeadlineBradford Appliance Repair -
(
WORK Block ,
work.
General Machine WorkS wiring- plumbing, roofing siding
,
Rand Sweens Honors At DistrictAt
County taxpayers have Write sprouting C. A.and Sorrell.earnest c/o Bradford work. I

less than a week to "get right" rnu"ty TpI"-raph. 4t I/2Schr
AU Work Guaranteed
the Fifth District Musical 'were: Jerome Edwards on a trum- ,without the payment of a penalty, \

Festival held In Gainesville at the;pet, solo; Flo Slade on a twirling j}Tax Collector J.. R. Kelly reminded Reasonable Rates
FOR ;
SALE
Univ. of Florida, Friday, Mar. 18,!;solo; brass trio composed of Jerome -(I the public this week. Deadline for S

BHS Band again came out on top. i! Edwards, Robert Kelly and paying 1954 taxes is March 31. SLAG ROCK

__ marching event held at night in,Brian Kucera; and a brass sextet !lAtter April 1 all property on which RED SEAL

for concert and for sight reading. 'j composed of Tom Long T. J. Alderman j taxes i the have not been paid goes on ELECTRIC & MACHINE Excellent for Driveways \

They were rate excellent for their !; Franklin Ritch, George|.'is added.delinquent list and a penalty. and Parkways

marching vent held at night in Canova, Archie Green and Lex i SHOPF.

Florida Field. ;'!Green Jr. 1 .$3.00 Per Yard 1
MRS. GEIGER NINETY-THREE W.. ORAL'DONOwner
Also receiving superior ratings]| All ratings received this year In 5'Yard Lots

were: Wicky: Runert-on a snare '!were of a higher calibre than those Mrs. Mary Geiger native of Waldo Manager

drum solo; JoAnn S. Rowe on a;j,received last year, showing that and long-time resident of Bradford 106 Washington St-l'hoD8391 Call

Come in-look it over and drive it-andyou'll twirling solo; Jean Mundy on stu- the band did a much better job County, observed her 93rd birthdayon Starke Fla BILLY JACKSON

/CHEVROLET- dent conducting; T. J. Alderman this year even on Superior ratings Thursday, March 17 at the Phone 165

see why Chevrolet's the be t.sl"ner! "" on student conducting; John Simmons for last year they received home of her daughter, Mrs. A. A. FOR RENT, unfurnished-Three ,bedroom house.redecorated 502-

SALIS IIADII POt on student conducting; a I 56 A's, while this year they received Durdea on S. Thompson St Mrs.I West Mrs. Seymour Madison.on Call Water 201-J.St. or see RADIOS REPAIBED (t

1* STIAISHT VIA*! brass quartet composed of Lex Geiger Is In good health, despiteher ZJP 3/25 AU *fkM All M.4eU
Green Jr., Archie Green,- Billy To- 70 A's, and last year 25 B's advanced age, and enjoyed the a..lile tUfCN Uaatee4CHotA. t
and this 11 B's. No decisionhas FOR SALE-Correct Craft Jr. 112 C. SHEPHERD
-- ---- rode and Brian Kucera; a clarinet year day with close friends'and rela- .
I b.p. inboard motor. Excellent Tea W. c.U't. Itarfce P.. 13:1:
quartet composed of Jack Miller. been made, as yet, as to tlvea.YOU'LL. condition. 11.250. C. Marks Ritch.

TORODE CHEVROLET CO.PHONE JoAnn S. Rowe, Frances Caldwelland whether the band will attend the _Rt. 2. Box :212-B. Starke. 2tp>> a/25 HOUSE TRAILER FOR BALE 1
With without lot.
," or Complete
Burge Searing; also another WAXTED--Local manager for IM-
State :Musical Festival, 03 that tler'n Cosmetics for Bradford bath, including tub. Orange St. 1
clarinet quartet composed of Jack and near fib. J. O. Wager, Box 66!. \
County surrounding: counties.
Miller, Frances Caldwell, Burge; will have to be decided later by ; LOVE the new Ester-I Complete training neat appear: Starke. 2tp 3/26 j
111 CALL AND COURT STREETS, brook purse-fclze fountain pens In ance. Able to travel. High commissions i
Searing and Virginia Erwin. Principal Partin, Mr. Rimert, the pastel shades. Only $t5 at Bradford I Write Gertrude Swan- GOOD WATCHES NOW |1 down .
Receiving ratings of excellent band director. and the band itself. County Telegraph. go. Rt 4, Box IS*. Ocala. and $I per week at Dahmer's tfchCa ,
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Second Section' Bradford County Telegraph .



STAKKE. FLOliilM, ritlUAY, MARCH 25, 1955--

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suited for preserving.You G. W. Sapp Farm I centers around Robert Wagner asia l!Moose InstallationIs

will rate this your favoriteof SOIL CONSERVATION I surveyor-frontiersman who, almost -
Home DemonstrationNotes all citrus cakes! I Has IrrigationLatest I smglehandedly, convinces the Postponed
1 Orange Dessert Cake 1m' I I
N-E-W-S irrigation system to be Cheyennes to surrender to the Until I March 25
1 1-2 cup sugar, 1-2 cup butter, -
white
1 cup sour milk, 1 teaspoon soda By Bill Haas installed on a Bradford County tough men.straight-shooting John Lund plays a The institutional meeting of the
byDOROTHY dissolved in milk, 2 eggs, beaten farm is the one G. W. Sapp got Cavalry
] Colonel and Debra Paget plays the new Moose Lodge in Starke. postponed -
: i. ROSS light, 2 cups flour, 1-4 teaspoonsalt U- S. SOIL CONSERVATION r- last week.
young Indian Princess, daughterof I last week will be held this
Home Demonstration Agent 1 cup raisins, 1 orange, medi- SERVICE t Explaining, "I saw how I could the Chief of the Cheyennes. Jef- i
size. Friday. March 25, at 7 p.m. in theU.
um
have made a lot last frey Hunter
more money portrays a fierce
. :1X.-;' .:.1 I S. O building, with Otto M.
LETS SHOP Know the CABBAGE fore serving to save the vitaminC. Select a choice, treeripenedI I I il "" > year if I'd had one," Sapp, who young Indian chief, brother of
(if possible) in order to lives several miles west of Debra Paget. Schleicher the instituting officer
You Buy. orange I By Leon Carter of crops and pasture that are Highway -
I have fine flavored Cut in 301 the Rosier A quartet from the Tampa Lodge,
peel. on Road, estimates "White Feather" features
George Brown, Soil Scientist planned for each field. The job 2,500
Mrs. Homemaker stretch
/ you can Cook quickly in a small amountof half and squeeze out juice. Don't Service its cost at about $825. Indians in key scenes, the and the drill team from the Jacksonville -
with the Soil Conservation largest
/ sheet explains the different methods
dollars
_, or save food by selecting Lodge will entertain duringthe
boiling, salted water. Shred or squeeze out all the juice as it prepared Soils for :Mrs. J. S. He is using two wells as a group ever to appear in a modern
fresh vegetables carefully. For quarter the cabbage and boil uncovered might make the cake too moist. Eunice, J. S. maps Eunice Jr., Harold of establishing the planned source of water a one and 1-4" motion picture. There is a strong meeting. The first class to: be
/ best informed buys you will want kinds to keep and until just tender, 3 to 10 Add one-half cup of the sugar to Eunice and L. R. Green. All farms practice for each field. well he had and a 2 inch one he supporting cast headed by Edward!j enrolled will be in honor of Sena-

about the minutes. Season with butter or juice and let stand. Cut out and are located in the Lawtey Com- Dorothy Alvarez used the Dis- had dug about 8 feet away, with Franz, Noah Beery, Virginia Leith II tor Charley E. Johns.
varieties that are most plentifulin bacon discard the central both hooked For Officers of the Lodge are as follows
salt and with seeds together. and
drippings pepper. core munity. These maps will be used trict fertilizer distributor to fer- up power Hugh O'Brien.
local markets. Overcooking cabbage develops an and grind the balance, rind and he is using an 8 hp. gasoline : Governor Jerry O. Gay;
for the basis of a complete soil
tilzer her
She useda Junior
CABBAGE heads the "plentifullist" ugly color and a strong flavor. pulp, with the raisins, using the pecan grove. engine and a centrifugal pump, to- Governor, Herb Thomas;
and water conservation farm plan.
this week. It is one of the "Making and Using Sauerkraut" medium blade of the food chopper. 5-10-10 fertilizer. gether with aluminum portable YOU'LL Past Governor, Ed Simpson; Sgt.
vegetables offering vitamin C. you may obtain this bulletin by Cream shortening and sugar to- Pat Miller, a District Cooperator Any one wanting a few bushelsof pipe and 13 sprinklers. brook LOVE the new Ester- at Arms George B. Simpson; Treasurer -
whose farm is located on the purse-size fountain inpastel C. D. Edwards Trustees J
: I ,
Young cabbage is the best choice.It sending a post card to Miss Dor- gether. Add the beaten eggs and II pens I ;
Griffis Loop Road, used the Dis- Coastal Bermuda grass to start I sys-tem shades. Only $3.58 at Bradford R, Chasteen. Charles M Schmitt
is relatively low in calories. othy Ross Home Demonstration. the: well sifted flour with the ,
I .rict's rotocycle mower to cut I la I nursery, phone 152 Soil Conser- County Telegraph.LLLWAAAAAAAAA. and: Paul Raymond.
Select heads of cabbage that:. Agent, Box 267. Starke, Fla. other dry ingredients alternatelywith he may use it for his tobacco la-
his Pen- vation Service, Starke.
down weed in
are solid, heavy, lack damaged, Use of Citrus Juices, the liquid. Add the orange and competition ter. He used it last week to water
sacola Bahia and clover pasture.I .A A A A A A A A u.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
leaves, are white, green or red raisin mixture last. Pour into an some pepper he had set out. He| --------
(avoid yellow leaves), and have I Pulps and Peels has 8x8x2 inch pan and bake until Harriet was doing the tractor;;Youths AdvisedTo (I plans to use it on about six acres l I 5 3 There's Always Something
Research shown that the driving and she stated that the! i
base of leaves firmly attached to I I well done, or about 45 minutes in of cropland. j
peel of citrus fruit contains nearly mower works fine on the broom- / 'Straighten Up'"Straighten i iI
a moderate oven. the
Upon
stem. three times as much vitamin C as taking '. 3
cake from the oven, cover the sedge. ; i I COOIE'E I
top
!
I White Feather'Frontier
Use often. One pound provides the pulp and juice. Adding thin yourselves out and
of it with the and A for conservation farm
7 to 8 half-cup servings of shredded slices or gratings of the peel to orange juice request i get on the right track", Mayor
sugar mixture and let stand in plan made Leon and Harold Epic 4 ATJUNE'S
: was by I
raw cabbage or 4 to 5 half sauces, spreads, breads and des-|; J. R. Wainwright admonished three
the until is absorbed.Don't Norman for their farms located
juice on
cup servings of cooked cabbage. serts will not only give that like-' pan youths brought before him Monday At Florida Sunday !
Store covered in the refrigerator.Use able citrus flavor but will add dissolve sugar entirely as it the Lawtey Raiford Road. Leon's I morning in Mayor's Court. The i j FINE FOOD GRILL
[should glaze top of cake. and Harold's land lines have been I
raw for most food value. vitamin C as well (ascorbic acid). I boys were charged with using vulgar -; Th" CinemaScope screen of theiFlorida t
For salads, cut or shred, just be- Oranges supply peel and pulp well(Is i,Grated Rind of Citrus Fruit located on aerial photographs and!I language in public. Theatre will come alive j (VAX'S CAFE BIAS STATION) t
I II I Before squeezing juice from II a request for a soil survey has been I| A woman who was charged with with location spectacles rarely I I.nlULL ISOXlaIUgt"l"S tWE

\lemons and oranges, grate off the made. |i i'fighting was given a suspended equalled: in motion pictures when I! SPECIALIZE t
.rind and place in a glass jar with Complete Soil and Water conservation -sentence on the condition that if Panoramic Productions' "White i INS
alternate layers of powdered sugar! farm plans were delivered; the occasion arose again she was I Feather" runs there Sunday, Mon- Businessman's 65c Plate Lunch t
or granulated sugar mixed together. to A. D. Dobbs, H. C. (Pete) Wainwright to get police help and not resortto day and Tuesday. 3 S Steaks Chops Soups Homemade Chili *
Keep covered in and H. H. Hamilton. Included Robert .
the refrigerator violence. The other woman Starring Wagner, John VISIT OUR FOUNTAIN
and use as a flavoring for in these farm plans is a soil participant did not appear in court, I Lund, Debra Paget, and Jeffrey I' t
(I cookies, cakes, frostings, puddings I map, a land use map and job and forfeited bond. Hunter. "White Feather" is a! : Shakes Malts Sodas Sundaes t

j land sauces. Candy the peel and !sheets. The soils map shows the' There were three cases involving giant frontier epic about the surrender : rj Special Sunday Dinners .. 85c E
'use as a delicacy. ,different types of soils on your_ intoxication two of running a red of the Cheyenne Indians to: .
I Garnishes 'arm.' The land use map locates light, two for reckless driving, and I the white men which took place I : I'.S. E>erjbody Loves Our Coffee 5c cup :
Serve lemon or lime slices or fences, ditches roads and build- one for driving while intoxicatedand in Wyoming in the 1870's. i I and our Hamburgers are tasty and good *

I wedges with tea (hot or iced), tomato ing's as well as showing the types causing an accident. The story of "White Feather" *VTTVTVVVVTVfVfVTTTVTVVTVTTTTTTTVVTVfTTfTyTTTTTTTyFairlane

| juice, fruits such as avoca-

own dos and melons, fish, hot steaks,
your chops and other meats, and vege-
in tables such as greens. Serve or-

home ange slices with poultry, ham,

?y; N < <:::::'"S-._ cranberries, beets, sweet potatoes
< S' -
j :: I and fruit beverages.
1I :Luncheon Fruit Plate
;.. (
: ( Around center mound of cottage .

I I I i cheese, group orange sections,
|grapefruit sections, and other fresh
See for yourself how
i or canned fruit.lIont"y .
Bendix docs with old-
away Lime- U HJ'Sw
:f II I fashioned drudgery.Try the !! 1-2 cup lime Salad juice,Dressing 1-2 cup mild

brand new beautiful- (honey. Blend! the two ingredients ,' :tp : ? : : '
i, together. Serve on avocado and \
I i grapefruit salad, or other saladI + 7'
NI I I combinations. 3L.
ENDIXWASHER I
!Use of Citrus JuicesA 1 k

touch of lime or calamondin
juice added an hour or so before j
e using, revives the flavor of canned ss .
vegetables or fruits
'' surprisingly.
MODEL II'I !A little lemon or lime juice in any

WErt fruit sherbet, pudding or pie servesto
r accentuate the natural flavorof
Town Sedan, one of 3
the fruit
in question. The same ,
NO OBLIGATION/ / 0 0 0 NOTHING TO BUY! thing is true of jellies and jams. four-door sedans to select from
Lemon, lime or calamondin, or
That's right all you do is try the Bendix Economat. sour orange juice can well replace
the fully automatic washer with thermostatic water tem- vinegar in cooking. Always French

perature control and_ the automatic Rins-Saver that lets dressing is better and salad dres-
sings, too, if made with these tart
you S.1UP. to 56 gallons of water every washday. It's
compact: vibrationless, and low in cost. Try the Bendix citrus juices. If you cannot get

Cconomat come in or phone today. these particularly sour citrus
fruits, try using grapefruit or
orange juice.Recent best !
Automatically buy

YOUR WASHER IS WORTH $40ON BirthThe your

TRADE IF IT'S IN WORKING CONDITION

Starke Maternity Hospital

'If We Sell It -- We Service It ft I announces Mr. and the Mrs.following Edward births Adkins: Ford's five power assists combine to give you more added convenience and

of Starke a son, Roy Lee, March

'I 12. extra driving ease than you can get in any other car in Ford's field!
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Byrd of

WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE March Starke,13.a son, Randall Stephen,


Mr. and Mrs. R L. Cain of It's great fun to step into a Ford's rich,colorful Luxury ,'" } : to

224 N. Temple Ave. Phone 166 Starke, Fla Starke, a son, Richard Louis, Lounge interior to touch your toe to the gas pedal q.

I March 14. and feel the masterful might of Trigger-Torque power n

\ responding instantly to your every wish. It's fun too, s H' '

M.'b.._.- .. .. .. "WhO. to bask in the admiration aroused everywhere by Ford's 5 .
ffi

'DRIVE THE MODERN MILKS' .,WAY-li' ; Tbunderbird-inspired But, for the ultimate in driving. fun and ease, you is .. ryk.

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'new Speed-Trigger Fordomatic,powr steering,brakes, a /
windows and seat. Ford brings you the power assists x. ,yam y "

TRADE TODAY that combine to do the most for you automatically .

} sp you get the most out of your daily driving!
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w a

a a FOR NE.VG0091'lEP : Automatic Driving at its Best w ay

Y r Speed-Trigger Fordomatio lever is In drive position. It's j '

fm Drive has a new automatio the only"automatic"in Its field
I'' Jas low gear which lets you start that combines the smoothness "
In low shift to intermediate of a fluid torque converter with .. I _
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\ and then into high-all autothe versatility of three auto- ________________
\ matically-all while the selector matic forward gears


TUBELESSDELUXE .

I Power to Steer For You Power to Apply Your Brakes Power to Adjust Your Seat Power to Lift Your Windows

Master-Cuide Power Steering does up Ford's Swift Sure Power Brakes do up Ford's 4-Way Power Seat is the only With Ford Power-Lift Windows you j
to 75$ of the steering work for you on toone-lhirdoEthestoppingworHor'ou. power seat in Ford's f field that adjusts"up don't need to stop in order to open or !
turns .yet you retain the natural feel And there's built-in safety. With power and down"as well as"forward and back" close all side windows. Driver can operate i
SUPER-CUSHleNS I cf the wheel on straightaways. It's a off,you stop your car as easily as though for most comfortable driving positions. all four windows from the master control j
II great help when parking-makes all your Ford were equipped with the A touch of the conveniently located And each passenger has a separate j
a ?: I v driving easier and more relaxing. standard braking system. single scat control does itl! control switch for his own window.
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And there's Trigger-Torque power to give you more "Go"I
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t; We buy ALL the unused miles in your worn tires I
M
:' l when traded for new DeLuxe SuperCushions.Don't i
: waitl GOODYEAR Tubeless Tires will ft

/ s i ,., Coodyear's your present exclusive wheels.: 3-T triple-tempered cord :2st drive b'sI=ORD
; a
body makes the Tubeless Super-Cushion one of I
u the strongest, safest tires made no tube to
chafe, pinch, or blow out
a Get Tubeless Super-Cushions NOW on our special

trade-in MORE allowances.PEOPLE RIDE ON GOODYEAR

2 .Y +f TIRES THAN ON ANY OTHER KIND!
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'- The Citizens of Starke are now being subjected We do not believe that clear-thinking Citizens

to a campaign designed to "Divide And Conare being "taken in" by such maneuvers, but
THINK
READ quer" -- A campaign making clever use of mis- we feel that we should present herewith infor- '

leading statements and half-truths in an effort mation which will help to keep the record ;

to confuse our Citizens concerning the real facts straight and show the wisdom of the city's decision -

in matter of major importance to Starke. in this all important matter.The .






New Equipment Manufacturer tells you that he will COOLING WATER SYSTEM "The pumps were all star- THUS For a few thousand extra dollars Starke would be
sell the City new generators installed for $275.000. which ted and operated for sufficiently long period of time to make getting a plant with a Firm Capacity of 5201 KW capableof
would bring our plant's total capacity to 3,792 K.W. three certain that they were in satisfactory condition." meeting its needs for the next 10 years of normal growth.
times the present peak load of 1,270 K.W. BUT if this The New Equipment :Manufacturer would have you believe
would have "FirmCapacity" that the New Bern generators.could not be converted to
were done it would mean that our plant
AUXILIARY EQUIPMENT "Is of standard design and
Natural Gas when the proposed pipe line reaches Florida.
to meet its needs for only three more years -
manufacture. Parts are readily procurable for replacementand But is this true? Read what the engineering firm of Rey-
and here is why-
repair. The unit type design in this plant would readily nolds, Smith & Hills says about this-"The conversion of the
lend itself to reinstallation of the individual generator- 1000-KW diesel units could be
Present Plant Capacity 1520 K. W. five used leisurely accomplished -
engine units. without jeopardizing the over-all operation of the plant as
Two New Units 2272 K.W. sufficient reserve capacity is available to remove a unit from

COOLING TOWER "Is in a good state of repair and service for a relatively long period of time. The conversionof
could be moved to site." two or three new units would involve close schedulingand
"SUPPOSED TOTAL 3792 K. W. readily a new
"
a certain element of risk in supplying the demand.

IN OTHER WORDS The conversion of the five used
BUT The engineering firm of Reynolds, Smith & Hills SWITCHGEAR "The switchboard represents the most units could actually be done with less disruption to the plant
has advised the icty that two of its present units (totalling) advanced design of electrical control and regulating equip- than the conversion of new units.
ment. Its metalclad features provide for maximum
375 KW) have already lived their useful life and should be
retired. Subtracting this 375 KW from above figure leavesa safety economy and good operation." All electrical equip-

total of only 3417 KW that the city could depend on, even ment operated satisfactorily. The new equipment manufacturer would have you believe
with the two new units. that the City of Starke cannot get financing for the used

HIGH-LIFT CRANE "Is in excellent condition and is equipment and quotes a letter from a bond buyer to that ef-
and fect. The fact is, however, that the firm of Pierce, Carrison
AND THAT'S NOT ALL Good engineering practice in unusually large, rugged"C & Wulburn, financial advisors, have told the City that ade-
the operation of generating plants requires that the peak quate financing will be available if needed.
load carried should not exceed "Firm Capacity" of the plant.
BATTERIES "The entire installation is in
battery excellent -
of when all The following letter which is self-explanatory has
plant
"Firm Capacity" is the total capacity a condition and is thoroughly capable of performingits
the generating units except the largest are in good operating function for just been received:
condition and the largest unit is shut down for repairs. many years.

PIERCE CARRISON, WULBERN, INC.
POWER TRANSFORMERS "The entire electrical instal-
KW another 1136 KW INVESTMENT BANKERSBAUNE'IT
THUS deducting from the 3417
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lation was inspected during the operation of several of the
(capacity of one of the proposed new units) would leave a larger motors and was found to be satisfactory"ELECTRIC NATIONAL BANK BUILDING
"Firm Capacity" of only 2281 K.W. sufficient for Starke's JACKSONVILLE FLA.March
needs only until 1958 if the present rate of growth con- 21, 1955
tinues. MOTORS "The motors were operated for Mr. Carl Johns, City Clerk

sufficient time to assure that they were all in excellent con- Starke Florida

dition, would carry their full load without heating excessively Dear Mr. Johns
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WHEN THESE THREE YEARS ARE UP and were free from wear or deterioration."
It has been brought to our attention that statements

FINANCE have been made, through newspaper advertise-
HOW WILL STARKE SPARE PARTS, TOOLS "The plant is equipped with an ments and otherwise, that Starke would be unable to
excellent assortment of vital important, and valuable spare sell its contemplated issue of revenue certificates if the
ANOTHER EXPANSION? parts." Inventory value of spare parts, tools, etc. proceeds were used to purchase the electrical equipmentnow
$23,503.41.The being offered for sale by a city in North Carolina.

This is to advise that we, as fiscal agents for the
The New Equipment :Manufacturer quotes a letter from engineering report by Reynolds, Smith & Hills, Jacksonville City of Starke, have quite a number of investment
that the New Bern. N: C. generators
another firm suggesting deliberate Fla. corroborates the above and concludes with this houses interested in this forthcoming issue and they
contracted for by the City are "obsolete" a recommendation: "A study of only the economic factors have asked us to furnish them with information con
attempt to confuse and mislead the public. involved in a comparison of the new generating equipmentversus cerning the issue.Another .

the used generating equipment, indicates that the
to be considered is the letter from
purchase and installation of the used five 1000-KW units is point
the well known firm of Reynolds, Smith & Hills, Engineers
LIKE
DOES THIS SOUND more economical both from the total initial investment and
i future investment viewpoint. of Jacksonville, Fla., now employed as consultants
by the City of Starke, advising that this machinery
THEY'RE OBSOLETE? is in A-l condition and will perform for many
The New Equipment Manufacturer would have you believe years equally as well as new equipment.The .
that it is much cheaper for the City to buy and install the
of this letter is to set at rest
Two well-known and reputable engineering firms have staked two new generators than it would be to buy and install the purpose any
rumors that are now circulating and to further
their reputations on the opinion that the New Bern equipment five 1000-KW generators from New Bern. But is this true? assure
Let's you that as your fiscal agents, we have no worry whatsoever -
is in excellent condition. seeCost-
about obtaining for your City the best possible
price for your securities when offered for sale.
The firm of Engineering Development Associates P. 0. Box
5131 Raleigh, N. C. made an evaluation and appraisal of all of 2 new units installed -- 275,000.00 Very Sincerely Yours,
engineering elements, including actual tests of all equipmentand
The following are excerpts Estimated of PIERCE CARRISON WULBERN. INC.
auxiliaries in June, 1934. cost building 20,000.00
Clyde C. Pierce, President
from their reports:


"Generally, the Plant as a whole is in excellent condition, 295,000.00Cost NOW ASK YOURSELF Do you think the new equipment
reflecting a good maintenance schedule. The engines have manufacturer has been fair in the presentation of the factsin
been of 55 per cent of the time this do he has
operated on an average case or you agree deliberately slanted the
and at full-load or overload only for brief periods. of Five New Bern units, facts to suit his purpose and confuse and mislead the citizensof

accessory equipment and Starke? If you have read the material presented on this
FUEL SYSTEM "In all cases the equipment was found to cost of Building page and thought it over carefully we are confident that you
be in excellent condition or operated satisfactorily." 373,300.00Included will agree the City acted wisely in following the advice of
impartial and disinterested engineers. If there is anythingyou
LUBRICATING OIL SYSTEM "Each unit appeared to in this figure is some $23,500 worth of spare parts still do not understand and would like more complete
be adequate in dimensions to perform its design function, (pistons etc. many brand new) and a 15-ton overheadcrane information about the complete engineering reports are on
and aU equipment was in good condition." worth $12,000.00. file and open to public inspection at the City HalL
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FRIDAY MAECH 25, 1953 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STABEE, FLORIDA PAGE ELEVENPostal
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l Receipts of mall. Needed will be 2,500 TOO are required to serve a copy of nine tenths (%74.9) feet. more or cllle Brown. his wife as Plaintiffsand the estate of Mrs. John Uglow. CITY OF STARKE. FLORIDA. 0 F.. Mini-
Maximum Pour degree
your answer or pleading to the complaint less, to the Westerly boundaryof against you and each of you Dated: March 9th. 1955. By: Carl Johns,
requests for this service.He City Clerk. Flash 415 degrees F., Saybolt
, on the Plaintiffs Attorney the right-of-way of State as defendants; that the nature of (s) Carrie Uglow Ward. [mum
Show P.. J15,
25 Per Cent also said that 100 new lock T. Frank Landrum Starke. Florida Road Number 200; run thence ,said suit is to quiet and confirm Executrix of the estate of Mrs. 3/1S Jt 4/1 Viscosity 0 160 degrees 210 degrees
North thirty-two (32) degreesand the title of plaintiffs S. N. Brown John Uglow. deceased. 9 130 degrees F., 245. W
.Gain In February boxes are being instated this and file the original In the office of forty-two (4!) minutes East and Lucille Brown, his wife to the %/18 4t 4/8 CALL FOR BIDS tl F., 60/64. Carbon Residue Min.O 0.5'\
(0
week, but even that number will the Clerk of the Circuit Court on along said Westerly boundary a above described lands as a fee simple Sealed bids will be received by Max. Viscosity Index
fuel oil.
the approximately -
Six months supply
or before the 4th day of distance of two hundred forty- title; and you are required to City Council of the City of
Postal receipt of M.190.53 dur- be insufficient, as there are over 1955; otherwise the allegations April.of seven and twenty-three hund- appear and serve a copy of your la The County Judge'. Court of Starke at the City Office In Starke, 850,000 gallops number
Bradford Couat,. Fierlda.IB Florida until 5:00 2 fuel distillate gravity A.P.I. It to
ing February, almost 25 per cent 110 written applications for boxesat ad Complaint will be taken as redtha (247.23) feet to a concrete answer and pleading on Plaintiff'sattorney Probate. the 5th P.M. on Tuesday 35.
day of
April. 1955 at
monument on the Jr. whose
confessed Northerly A. J. Thomas .
higher than the same month a year hand, with other verbal requests This notice by you.shall be published boundary of the right-of-way of address is Starke. Florida, and to IN RE: Estate of CONRAD LETSCH. which time and place all bids received The said City reserves the rightto
ago offer a good sign of the steady having been made. once each week for tour consecutive a graded road for point of be file the original of your answer or also known as C. LETSCH, D ceased will be publicly opened and accept or reject any or all bIde.
weeks in the Bradford County ginning. From point of begin- pleading in the office of the under read aloud on the following: Dated this 16 day of March, Ui5.
growth of Starke. NOTICE TO APPEAR Telegraph. ning thus described continue signed Clerk of Circuit Court on NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll Six months supply of lubricating CITY OF STARKE. FLORIDA
The Starke Post Office la slated !. Clmlt c..rt. Bradfer c.t,. Dated this 2! day of March. 1955. North thirty-two (32) degreesand April 18. 1955. otherwise the allegations persons having claims or demands oil, approximately 2.000 gallons py: Carl Johns, City Clerk.
Plrldai !. Cftaaerry.Elaine (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby forty-two (42) minutes East ; of said complaint will be taken against the estate of Conrad specifications: A.P.I Gravity 24.8 S/lS St 4/1
'. to be rated First Class as of the Mort Ferguson. Plaintiff vs. Clerk of the Circuit Court along said Westerly boundary a as confessed by you. Letsch. also known as C. !Letsch deceased
end of June of this year, as postal Catherine Joyce Ferguson Defend- By Mailan/ L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk distance of two hundred eighty- I IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that are hereby notified and required
nine (289) feet to a concrete ,. to file their claims in the
ant. Cue No. 10-875 3/4 4t S/2S this Order of Publication and Noticebe
receipts during 1954 warranted the Motto T. Atpeari : monument; run thence North forthwith published once each office of the County Judge of Brad
change in status.A To: Catherine Joyce Ferguson. .NOTICK-TO AFTKAn eighty-eight S3) degrees and i week for tour consecutive weeks In ford County, Florida, In the County DRAPES --
fifty-eight (5S minutes West Court House
a at Starke. Florida
Is to be conducted whose last known address was: 1049 hi Clmlt Court. Bradford Coaatj distance the Bradford County Telegraph a
of
survey two hundred seventy- within eight calendar months from -
duly
Jacksonville qualified newspaper published
Mary Street Florida.You
this month, Postmaster G. J. Me- are hereby notified that a Florida la Cautery.Callle eight (%78) feet to the Easterly in said County. the date of the first publication of
'I Clemons. Plaintiff, v., BJJJ boundary of the right-of-way of this notice, or the same will become SLIP COVERSREUPHOLSTERIHG 1Q
Griff Jr. said this week, to see how suit for demons. Defendant, former State Road Number 13; Witness my hand and official. void according to law. This .-
Divorce and restoration o{ Case No. run thence In a Southwesterly seal at Starke. Bradford County. March 15, 1955.s ,
I
many residents desire city delivery I maiden 10-899
name
direction Florida. this March 18, 1155.
along said Easterly
hg .WLWf* Iff1" you In .he .tollre T. AnN' boundary ajd. along! tjje.arc of (OFFICIAL BEAD! Charles A. Darby ( ) Elizabeth Letch.Administratrix --.a r
To: Bill demons whose residence1 ,
of the Estate
above named Court and cause ind I I Clerk of Circuit Court of
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and address I.: Unknown. i a utuid curve having Bradford County Florida. of Conrad Lets 1 deceased,
you are required to Mire a copy of 'I '
You are hereby notified that a' radius of one thousand eight /u Hill
jrour answer or padIn4iiplalnt tf the salt for hundred sixty-one and eighty- I 2/18 4t 4/8 "' t
onthe PUTitlfrsAttorney -- .1" a
Divorcehas two hundredths (1861.82) feet ---- BEAUTIFUL FABRICS
Alan C. W'lnte\ Jr. 60S been and being concave to the West In Conity Judge's ('Gllrl, CALL FOR BIDS '.. I
jacksonyule filed ELEGANT STYLING to
Florida Title Building, above against you In the a chord distance of one hundred I Bradford County Florida. Sealed bids will be received by _
I Florida named Court and cause and. eighty-seven and six tenths 'TO ALL WHOM IT MAT CONCERN: the City Council of the City of ""--- S PERFECT TAILORING i i' ""': .
and file the original In the office ol you are required to serve a copy of (187.6) feet to the Northerly Notice Is hereby given that I haveN Starke at the City Office in Starke,
b. the Clerk of th. Circuit Court on your answer or pleading to the complaint -
boundary of
the right-of-way of RE: Estate of Mra. John Uglow Florida. until 5:00 P.M. on Tuesday
or before the 11 day of April. 1)55: T. Frank on the PlaintifFs Attorney aforementioned graded road. said deceased. the 14th day of April. 1955. at which Call Peg at 239 for Advice and
otherwise the allegations of said Landrum. Starke. Fla. chord bearing South ten (10) degrees NOTICE OP FILING PETITION time and place all bids received
Complaint. will be taken as confessed and file the original In the office of West; run thence South !. FOR FIMI. DISCHARGE OF will be publicly opened and read
A Free Estimate
by you.T1ILS. the Clerk of the Circuit Court onor sixty-seven
(67 EXECUTRIX
degrees and forty aloud, on the following supplies:
4I! notice shall be publishedonce before the 4th day of April. (40) minutes East along said :filed my final returns as Executrixt Regular gasoline delivered City
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each week for four consecutive ; otherwise the allegations of Northerly boundary a distance of Tank at & Water
the Estate of Mrs. John TJglow City. Light
NahJjAi:1, weeks In the Bradford County Tele said Complaint will be taken as con- one hundred sixty-seven "Florida
(167) Plant. Starke: Lubricating -
teased by deceased: that I have filed my pe- ; CHAS. SHEPHERDTV
graph. you. feet to point of beginning itlon for final discharge, and that oils retailing at 40c per quart. C.
Dated this 5 day of March 1955. This notice shall be published You and each of you are hereby J will apply to the Honorable I for a period of six months.
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Chanes A. Darby once each week for four consecutlvt notified that a Bill of
Complaint Theron A. Yawn County Judge of The said City reserves the right to
ENDS APRIL 15th Clerk of the Circuit Court. weeks. In the Bradford County Telegraph has been filed In the Circuit Courtof Tadford County Florida, on April accept or reject any or all bids. Radio Seat Covers Upholsterin
By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy ri rk Bradford County, Florida, in 12, 1955, for approval of same and Dated this 16th day of March
2/11 it 4/1 Dated this 2 day of March. 1155. Chancery, by George J. Estes and for final discharge as Executrix of 1955. Starke Fla.
([OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby Bethna Estes his wife. as Plaintiffs ,
Clerk of the Circuit Court and .against you .and each of you
NOTICE TO APPEAR
Win tf Fine IB Ctrfmit Court. Bradford Cosat7.FIorldas By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk as aerenaants; that the nature of -
3/4 4t 3/25 'laid suit Is to quiet and confirm the
la Cfcameery.Max title of plaintiffs. George J. Estes Announcing The Opening Of .__.. '"- '.
Ruth '
Weiss Plaintiff vs. --
Weiss. Defendant. NOTICE TO APPEAR and Bethna Estea, his wife to the ,-/ . .. ., .--- .- --. ..--- ..-'-
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I. The Circuit Conn Ol Bradford, above described lands as a fee simple -- -- -- -- -<
BEAGLEPUPPY Case No. 10-850 '.oaat,. Florida I. Chaaeery. title and you are required to
Xetlee To AppearTo Jeanette Rhoden. Plaintiff vs. Paul appear and serve a copy of your STARKE RADIATOR SERVICE
: Ruth Weiss whose residence T. Rhoden, Defendant. answer and pleadings on Plaintiffs' FACTORY FACTORY
and address Is: 1911 Albemarle Case No. 10-910 attorney. A. J. Thomas. Jr. whose

__ ; : Road.You Brooklyn.are hereby New.notified York. that a Notice To: Paul To Appeari T. Rhoden. whose resl- file Address! the is original Starke of Flarida.your answer and or to RECORDING OR ANY KIND OF RADIATOR APPROVED ENGINEERED

suit for (>nce and address is: Baldwin, Flor- pleadings in the office of the undersIgned REPAIRS
Divorcehas Ida. Clerk of Circuit Court on V
been filed against you In the I You are hereby notified that a suit April 18, 1955. otherwise the allegations I ALL WORK GUARANTEED
above named Court and cause and for Divorce of said complaint will be taken SERVICE PARTS
you are required to serve a copy of bas been filed against you In the as confessed by you.
your answer or pleading to the above named Court and cause and IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that
complaint on the Plaintiffs you are required to serve a copy of this Order of Publication and Notice -
Attorney T. Frank Lanrum. : be forthwith Temple Ave. Green Bldg. Starke
your answer or pleading to the complaint published once Washing Painting Repairing Reconditioning
Starke, Florida on the Plaintiff's Attorney each week for four consecutive TONY HAMS Manager ,
and file the original In the officeof Green & Green. Starke. Florida. weeks In the E'radford County Tel- ,
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on and file the original In the officeof egraph. a duly qualified newspaper 0 Wrecker Service
or before the. the Clerk of the Circuit Court onor published in said County.
11 day of April. 1955: > before the WITNESS my hand and official
otherwise the allegations of said 18 day of April. 1955 seal at Starke. Bradford County
;
Complaint will be taken as confessed otherwise the allegations of Raid Florida, this March 18th 1955. BRAKE TIRES IGNITION
by you. Complaint will be taken as confessed I (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby FINEST HOME-COOKED FOOD TESTING
This notice shall be published by you. Clerk of Circuit Court of Brad. AND STARTER
once each week for four consecutive This notice shall be publishedonce ford County. Florida. BRAKE
weeks In the Bradford County Tele each week for four consecutive 3/18 4t 4/18 TUBES GENERATOR
graph. weeks in the Bradford County Tele.graph. Served Anywhere LINING
w
BATTERIES
Dated this 9 day of March 1955. In The Circuit Court Of Florida. FENDER SALES
OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby Eighth Judicial Circuit, la And
( Dated this 16 day of March. 1955.
ALL ELECTRICALBODY
For AND
Clerk of the Circuit Court Bradford County. REPAIRS
.
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darb I. Cliaanr,. REGULAR DINNERS
Clerk
By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk of the Circuit Court.
S. N. BROWN AND LfCILLE WORK SERVICE SERVICE
2/11 U 411 By Marian L. Crosby Deputy ClerV BROWN. his wife. Plaintiffs vs S SHORT ORDERS -SANDWICHES

NOTICE. TO APPEAR 3/18 4t 4/8 ARMAND B. KREPT, et at, De S HOME COOKED PIES
la Circuit Court Bradford Conaty, fendants.
Florida la Caaarrry. NOTICE TO APPEAR ORDER OF PUBLICATION AND __.._._._'._-_._._U_._ _,_,_.__._.._r_._,_-_ Complete Lubrication Service
Willie Davis. Plaintiff vs. Eloise la Circuit Conrt. Bradford Coarty. NOTICE TO APPEAR In
THE Specializing
STATE
KlnrMut la OF FLORIDA TO:
Defendant. Cfcaneery.
Davis. Case No. 10-900 Lois Loretta Carter, Plaintiff: vs. F. C. Hollingsworth and Annie P. DODGE JOB-RATED TRUCKS
Hollingsworth. whose residence and SEAFOODS AND STEAKS
20 Voile To AppearTo Wiley David Carter, Defendant.
Eloise Davis. whose residenceand Case No. 10-911 address Is Starke Florida; Reconditioned Used Cars and Trucks
:address is: 636 Academy Avenue JTotlre To Appears Armand B. Krept; Cecilia Josephine ._._ _1__ pO'SQp._._w.e.o----t_

PRIZE PUPPIES You. Waynesboro.are hereby Georgia.notified that a residence To: Wiley and address David Carter.is: 6194 whose Concord Armstrong Armstrong; Agnes and husband I. Skelley JohnM. ; We Can Arrange Financing On Major Repairs
Ora L. Mullins. H. B. Hawk and
suit for Detroit 11. Michigan.You .
GIVENIn minor Divorce.child custody and control of for are hereby notified that sult Griffin wife, Mrs.; John S. M.B. Hawk Thomas; Miss and Mamie wife BROWN DERBY HARDY BROTHERS MOTOR CO.

Mathilde Thomas Bertha McWain
; :
has been filed against you In the Divorce and support of minor if alive and the unknown of
Sue'sBIG spouse
Superior
above named Court and cause andS child
each of them. if alive, and It any

NEW CONTEST .J 5 Si!I, nas above been named filed Court against and you cause in and the of spouse them, heirs be ,dead.devisees to the, unknown grantees, Ethel Crews Jeff 600 Temple Ave. *&&xF& Phone 69

you are required to serve a copy of legatees assignees creditors and and Chance ke |j jff
your answer or pleading to the y.
other claimants by. through, underor
complaint on the PlalntltTf against each and of the ynSThe CAFE
Here Is How to WinIt's Attorney Alfred C. Scott. 106 above named persons.every who are deceased Owners Chef YOUR DODGE-PLYMOUTH DEALER
Smith Building, Jacksonville, ; and all other persons haying

this Florida or claiming any right title ,. .. I .
easyl But hurry- contest and file the original In the office of lien or Interest In or to the follow i '-_ __ _- ., _- ._ ,-.- ,, _, L__,__ _... _._. ._..-_ -__ .. .=._= :: :: 'f:
closet April 15th. So boys and girls, the Clerk of th Circuit Court on ing lands situate in Bradford County m '0- .H '- -
)r before the
Florida. to wit:
I inter Superior Sue's big news con- 18 day of April. 1955; The Southwest Quarter of the

test at onoe. Win one of the 20 fine, otherwise the allegations of sail Northwest Quarter of Section 35 _
Comolalnt will >e taken as confess- Township S South. Range 22
pedigreed Beagle puppies given as !d by you East, containing 40 acres, moreor
This notice shall be published less except that portion
prizes. Each Beagle puppy is pedi- out each week for four consecutive thereof conveyed to Bradford

greed, at least 3 months old, In I weeks In the Bndford County Tele- County Florida by Deed executed ojI
rmnh January 18, 19S5 recorded InDeed
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fine condition and will have American Dated this 17 day of March. 1955. Pook 79. Page 389 Public
Kennel Club (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Daroj Records of Bradford County.
registration papers. Clerk of the Circuit rouri Florida, for road right of way IjM71It11i
Loans For CitizensOf By Marian 1... C oloby. Deputy Clerk purposes. D IN THE TOWN
All you have to do Is go to the 3/18 4t 4/8 You and each of you are hereby _
nearest store selling Superior Ice Starke And notified that a Bill of Complaint
has been filed in the Circuit Courtof
Cream. Get free I. The Circuit Court Of Florida.Eighth Bradford County. Florida. In
Ice
a Superior Trading Area Judicial Circuit. In And Chancery, by S. N. Brown and Lu- I_ ____ _
Cream contest blank. Then read For Hradford County.in

the very easy contest rules and sendIn Marion Finance Co. of Gainesville Chancery.GEORGE J. ESTES. AND BETHNAESTES 'r

your entry. There is nothing to offers the people of Starke their FLORIDA, his LAND wife.AND Plaintiffs.IMMIGRAT1ON vs.- '

buy-no box tops- no wrappersare famous loan plans. These plans are COMPANY OF FLORIDA et FRIGIDAIRETHERE'S .

needed. designed to help worthy working at. Defendants.QUIET TITLE ETC. 'ftUITS BUSINESS .

people of alll walks of life. .The ORDER OF Pl'BLICATIOM AND

BOYS GIRLS GET ACQUAINTED" $25.00 or STATE:NOTICE OF TO FLORIDA APPEARTHE TO: JUST ONE \ __

50.00 PAYDAY Loan or the more Florida Land and Immigration FRIGIDAIREMade III
HURRY BUDGET Loan. This Company of Florida and its unknown -
popular
successors. trustees stockholders only by General _
consolidates the many bills you and other claimants by.
Contest ends April 15thJ now have Into a ONE payment; through or under It: Motors Corp. All other
Emma Pearce Hill a widow. Individually
pisa with One place to owe. This and as sole heir at Law Electric Refrigerators are
Get Contest BlankAt
II. Hill. deceased. whose made other
one plan may save you up to 50 of Louis by companiesand
residence and address Is Lawtey. iCLOSEOUTI
Superior Ice Cream per cent of what you are now Florida; Mrs. Bertha Stuckey, and cannot use the word

Dealers Today Baying. Why not rail Marion:W.permanent L. Stuckey.residence her husband.and address whose Is Frigidaire.

Finance today at :5SS3 Gainesville Jacksonville. Florida; Bennett L.

yep? Call us collect and let I Wilkinson Jr.. and Lorraine D. Wilkinson -
his wife. whose residenceand Want A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE
Marion Finance solve those
Money
address Is Jacksonville. Florida

Problems with one of those fast : Thomas J. Burrln: Louise Glaus- ? ?
man and Christine M. D. Jennings;
helpful Loans Remember the Geo. W. Jennings and Lovlne E.
payment plan Is made to fit your Jennings. his wife and R. H. Smith; THEN SEE DOORS OPEN NOW
:ratus G. Hill Trustee; Joseph
budget. Crawshaw; L. I... Sapp. Jr.. and wife
Mary Sapp; M. E. Edwards: W. J. E. H. SMITHTenth _
George Ellis the friendly managerat Stallings and B. A. Stalllngs; A. L.
Elizabeth Roberts his
Roberts and
Marion Finance welcomes you wife; F. H. Long; Clara Marktllle

S.III eJuo1.I to Inquire Into the Loans offer bythis and H. J. Stewart,Marktllle as guardian Royal of and Temple Are COME LOOK FOR _
Estate of Clara ;
Loan Remember
ICE CREAMIs Company George Marklllie; If alive and the Starke. Fla.
also that this is another business unknown spouse of each of them.
if alive and If any of them be
transaction which Is confidentIaL dead to the unknown spouse, helra. .- .
ts Just between the borrower and devisees, grantees. legatees, assignees .. ---
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Good Food forEverybody claimants 'r. THE BIG SIGNS
and other
creditors
the Lender The cost la smalL by through. under or against each

For Instance $50.00 for SO days Is and every of the above named per- I
sons who are deceased; and The COLONIALFLORIST _
only $1.75 Interest cost. Other American Trust Company a cor-

The word for fln. let plans are in proportion So poration. as Administrator of the

Cream is Superior. Buy for your next money needs see known Estate as of G.Geo.F. Marklllle.F. Marklllie.deceased.also P $18000.00 Worth Of Wanted Merchandise Now Under The Bargain -

some of this good, wholesome Marion Finance at Gainesville. for and the as heirs trustee of of said the decedent Estate and and


diy. Many,at delicious your flivon! dealer's Superiorfood DeIn to-- Marion Company Finance Inc. Its by.stock through unknown holders Trust Company.or and successors under other a It;corporation., the claimants trustees AmerIcan -, PHONE 218FLOWERS Hammer To Sell And Sell Quick All Fixtures For Sale. Store __


as guardian of the Estate of Royal


.Cones Family sell,Size Cups Superior Packages.and to In Gallon Pints, Over 218 The West Gainesville University Gas Ave Co. and George under successors other It Marklllie.: The claimants trustees Bank and of, by.Starke.stockholders its through unknown a defunct or-, (j) I Will Be Sold As A Going Business. Good Chance ForGet Some One To __


Phone 5333E5Z52525ESZ5Z525Z5H5H5ZSE5Z5Z5ZS corporation and Its unknown -


i Land through tank successors and or of under other Columbia.trustees It claimants; The a corporation Federal stockholders by-' Into Business Quick. Come! See The Liquidator. _


; and all other persons havingor For All Occasions _
claiming any right. title. lien or
Interest In or to the following DISH GARDENS

lands Florida; ituate to-wit in: Bradford County,, DRESSES SHOES WORK CLOTHES

of land POTTED PLANTS
A parcel containing one _

HUNDREDSof and acres west thirteen more Quarter or hundredths lUll.(SWVi in the of South-(1.13)the POTTERY Slacks .. Shorts Men's Shoes Shirts Pants. Shorts ___

Southwest Quarter (SWU of Peddle Pushers Boys Shoes Dress Slacks Hats
Section twenty-six (26) Town- Flowers WiredAnywhere _
details I ship Five (5) South, Range Ladies' Shoes Suits .. Gloves
economic- Hankies
and
are managed Twenty-two (!j) East: Bradford Blouses Panties -

ally attended that only a trained and I County.particularly Florida described, and being as follows more: WI Nylon Hose. Sox Childrens Shoes Ties Caps .. Wranglers _

careful organization can attend when I For point of reference commence -
the at the Southwest Corner I Undies Hats Baby Shoes Overalls Dungarees
_
urgent need for serving is at ('f said Section and run thence Nona St. StarkeThat's __

hand. East alond the Southerly bound- Boots .. Hose Sport Shirts Dress Shirts
Gowns -
Slips
ary of said Section a distance of _

two hundred seventy-four and 1 Bra's Sweaters SlippersCowboy Bathing Trunks T-Shirts !

DeWITT C. JONESPhone -, __
-- -------- Girls Sweat Shirts .. Sweaters _______
Can Can Slips. Boots I
7
Starke l&teee Our Business _
all T A 0 I I Coats
n'flr fl-ct Dresses Silk Dresses Sport Boys Suits ;
U 14111 'eii If It's Glass We Have It! _ _ _

)Funeral Director Ambulance Service ml! CALL WRITE or VISIT Towels Wash Cloths Boys Hats .. Boys Sox ___ I

OUT local funeral home enable oj to offer convenience tu4 D & MERCANTILE CO. i

services not odurwli vEble. Joe Peters Glass Co. I ,8
I FREE! SUIT I FREE! DRESS I _
In Town On Rt. No. 301
Right
,. . ._ FOR SOME
'. 4' r - r I FOR ANY GLASS NEED I FOR SOME GENTLEMAN I LADY .

We furnish {the hlghett type eenrte at lOft t prices, mlept I trr'jpIJj; w. Design Modem Store Fronts $ I EACH SAT., 7:30 P.M. LAWTEY, FLA. I EACH SAT., 7:30 P.M. 1

IC ANT life Insurance policy. In force. Imed by ANT Just Mail Us A Pattern for !

company as payment In part or in full on A funeral. 1# Table Tops !

Consultation carries no obligation. I

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PAGE TIYEUVE BRADFORD COUKTT TELEGRAPH.
STARKE. FLORIDA.
}'RID.\Y,
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25, 1955TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT
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terested in sharing your financeto a job rather than "hunting" blind- -
I
drama.
$100 Reward
make a sick person or one in ly for one. The consultants will I '
NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED I disaster safer? We urge those who be selected by the committees of Offered For Arrest I In addition to the singing stars, .\

CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYBy have not made contributions to both counties. Mr. Ferguson of excellent performances are con MOVING
Of '
Ida so today. Join the Red Cross Clay county is general chairman. Woods BurnersThe tributed by the supporting cast'which

Ozora Johnson, Editor and avoid the intensity of the Two planning meetings have been included Harry Carey Jr., -- -
Florida Bankers Associationhas Irving Bacon, Leon Tyler, Mar- S
"green cross. held so far, one in each ] LOCAL Safe PHONE
& & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & 1 1 1 A WLWI county. okeyed
------------------------------------------ Watch this payment of a $100 jorie Wood, Mara Corday, Ann Mc- OR
Sports for S
paper final Dependable
an- cash "firebug" award which it Crea, Tex Terry and Par- ;,
Emory
The Orange Belt Teachers Association Swan" by Carl Mueller. The trio
The female faculty of R. J. E. nouncements on Career Week. LONG 311
grants to individuals
was host to 3,000 teachers was rated second place while our will play the female students on CHURCH NEWS information who provide nell. DIST XCE Economical

for the 62nd Annual Conven- soloist was given honorable men- Friday March 25, at 8 p. m. Be- New Bethel Baptist Church, Rev. and conviction leading of woods to the arrest R. B. Alvarez OR

tion of the FSTA in Orlando, Mar. tion. The trophy will be presentedto lieve it or not I mean basket- A. Vinson pastor will hold regular The latest arsonists. TAX RETURNS I :
recipients of the FBA Agents For TRANSFER AND
1619. Governor Leroy Collins was the Bradford County Teachers services 250
ball. You can't afford to miss this starting with ; '
the guest speaker for the final Association at the next meetingon scrimmage. Principal Thompkinswill School at 9:30.: Deacon Little Sunday is reward. E. Brooks are Clyde W. Conner andI. PREPAREDSEE Dt-I her Bros. STORAtE CO.STORAGE.
Sr. I
cession Saturday morning. March 25 at which time it will serve as referee while super- I asking all adult scholars to come and Bobby L. Gray of and Bryceville James, I'
Women's Glee Club Ulna be decided who will be custodianof ,out and make his
TrophyThe visor Johnson will be stellar guardfor class a banner [Gillette of Callahan, all firefighters ; 1
female sextette of the Bra- it. We are grateful to Super- the team. We hope she doesn't :one. The Union met at the churchon with the Florida
Forest
Co-Philharmonic Society won first intendent Morgan, principals and turn out to be a "bench warmer." Sunday, March 20 at 3:30 p. ice. Each man will receive Serv- C. W. COLSON

prize in the annual music festivalof teachers for the cooperation givenin Other teachers participating in the .m. A very enjoyable service was five dollars. twenty- 11 I I Penyman BIdg. S. Court St. Starke, Florida

the FSTA convention. The this musical venture which we contest are Coach Butler, Betty i.conducted by the leaders. Music SATURDAY AT
under the direction of E. E. feel was a complete Or- [ FBA.President. C. J. Kimball -
group success. Thomas, Frances Pierce, Mable was furnished by the choir. !
Minott, music specialist for the chids to E. E. Minott, F. Pierce, Jenkins, Maurice White, Lillie j Allen Chapel A. M. E. Church, said in announcing the awards I BRADFORD COUNTY Ail...,.......

county rendered two numbers: M. Jenkins, Z. Jennings, A. B. Williams, Altamese Chandler, Ed- Rev. John Groover pastor, will be that "it was only through the;I ABSTRACT OFFICE

"Our Father Who Art In Heaven"by Anderson M. Turner and O. R. na Kennedy and Arletha Nathan.If host to the Bishop of the Eleventh alertness of these men that officers From where I sit..bfl Joe Marsh
153 W. Call St.--Starke Fla.
were able to tie in the evi-1 I Idence" ,
Noble Johnson for first
Cain and "The Blue bringing a prizeto your child is in the Junior or I.Episcopal District. The Rte. Rev.
Bradford county in the first senior classes of R. J. E. you can't I i Carey A. Gibbs on Tuesday. April which convicted A. A. Jus-j -

participation. The festival of musicat afford not to support this game. 12, at 10 a. m. Bishop Gibbs will* tice of Jacksonville of setting ten !I : : ", .-: : ...- -'-:.
fires in January on Nassau
Countyland.
this annual convention is seven This game is being played for conduct a One-Day Inspirational Finally
.
SHSPHERffSMWS"Smooth Justice was tried before Nas Wash Your Clothes
years old. Most of the teachersand their benefit. Watch for an accountof Meeting for the Northeast Florida

a few students attended the this game in the commencementissue Conference. All persons in the sau County Circuit Court Judge 9 Pounds .. Talked Herself Out_ I
Bayard Shields at Fernandina nuu -
on '
I meeting on Friday to encourage of the R. J. E. Highlights, community regardless of your I
February 10, and was sentenced to
the and
9' ( Ar singers motivate victory. church affiliation are asked to at- For 40c! A certain talkative lady conversation short
Edna Kennedy Advisor. tend serve a year at the state peniten- i young somethingonly
Adult EducationIt this
P. T. A. & Hobby Club "Chit-Chat" meeting. The program tiary at Raiford. Mr. Kimball is I almost spent a night locked in a woman understands!"

K?( is imperative that we knowat Wateroak school has made pic- has as its purpose Evangelism, Chairman of the Board, First Na- FREE Bleach If Desired! i "Doc" White's drugstore. From here I sit, however,
once how many persons are the materials used Missions and Education. Local tal- tional Bank, Miami.
tures of some of ii She entered Doc's store about plenty of men are as hard to pry
will
interested in taking classes in ent be featured during the ii
and made for instruction. Some of day. Rev. The Florida Bankers Association i 11 PM, going directly to the pay away from a telephone as any
Groover
Adult school. We have sent forms is asking all
these pictures may appear in the I maintains a fund to pay $100.00 rewards i phone.At eleven-thirty Doc went female. Some people are Just
to you; if they have been mis- 1956 Yearbook of the N. E. A. loyal members to come out at 2 We Will
for information leading to I home-not
customer naturally long-winded while
having
m. seen a ,
March
Sunday
placed please send for another has p. 27 to plan
Johnson
Supervisor promisedto convinction of wilful woodsburners. Dry Your Clothes for half hour. Around mid- others the silent
sheet, fill it out and return it to send article to Dorothy for the day's activities. At this I a are typejustas
an
the office of the supervisor. L. H time he will make committee ap "Florida has the worst fire recordin For 20c night he got a call from the store some of us like coffee and oth-
chairman of the Yearbook
"
Gibson General Supervisor, is an- Emig.Committee. In this connection all pointments. Mother Pullum, longtime the nation, Kimball said, "and I ...she had finally run out of conversation ers prefer a glass of beer. The
most of our trouble is caused by In New Automatic Driers! (and ) and found important thing is to be consid
xious to know the number of per- other school Hobby Clubs and P. faithful member, said, "I feel I Ie money
I it is persons who deliberately set fireson the front door locked tight. erafe..before friends start giving
sons interested so that we can T. A.'s are asked to make picturesand a great honor that our church -
land which doesn't
apply to the State Department in descriptive articles concerning I was selected for this meeting. We them. We established our belong reward to I ji Doc vowed he'd leave her thereto us the "busy signal"

Tallahassee for the units that will "Instructional Materials for Effective -I know that Alachua has a larger I i teach her a lesson. But Mrs.

Salling"iU be sours provide teachers free for all of you. Learning" and give them to I church but we can rise to the oc fund this lawlessness as means of striking out at : W. spoke up: "Now you go turn rJoe 1lu
which sucha
when you buy a new RCA Yes, we will teach reading writing, the supervisor by Friday, April 1. casion." We hope that the membership serious threat to our poses valuable The Wasbeteria/ ; her loose. It's hard to cut a good : ,

Victor television set from spelling, arithmetic, public speak-. You can help this project by writ-;i will not disappoint Mother '

I CIIAS. C. SHEPHERD. |ing and as many trades and diversified -! ing an article about a significant i I i Pullum who has so much faith in forest resources. I, Temple Ave. Starke I C'ppit.1955. United,,,.. Breads foundationSEE

1 activities as possible. experience in your school. Try toianswer i J you. Remember "We are laborers I I
The classes will have to be groupedand I the following questions: 'together with God." All Star Cast
.
it takes 15 -persons or more to-- I I What kind of instructional materials I I Mt. Pisgah A.M.E. Church, Rev. In Musical Film
make it possible to run any class. ? L. Walker will PRIZE WINNING
should be developed locally I IE pastor, hold regu- THE BEAUTIFUL
To ParkA
County Teachers Credit Union How can materials be developed lar services on March 27. This is Coming

d The following persons are mem- I locally? Values of field trips; for trustee day and all members are
bers of the Bradford County Teachers instruction. How do resource per- asked to come out and do their melodious parcel of musical

Credit Union: C. C. Anderson, sons fit into classroom instruc- best. Watch this column for the film fare, Republic's" "SweetheartsOn

Eddie Thompkins, Mellonease Tay- tion? Standards of ethics in using Palm Sunday and Easter Sunday Parade showing Sunday,I YMOUTRNO
: and at the Park
I Monday Tuesday
lor, Elizabeth Givens, and Ozora locally produced materials parents -I I messages by Rev. Walker. We will
Theatre, catches the bright huesof
Johnson. Of this group two memo I assistance in developing ma-' need additional space to publish it
I
the colorful medicine shows of
HNh bers are advisors for our group. terials. Tell what was done, how in its entirety. Many thanks to
I i iI in Tru-
yesteryear magnificent
Several valuable services have it was done, and why. Stick to the! Rev. Walker for this fine contri-

e' 4 been rendered to some of these I facts but keep the story alive. bution to our column. We still invite color and presents a brilliant ON DISPLAY AT
singing cast of stage and screen
members already by the union. We Point out limitations to the prac- more news about your church

are urging all teachers to set aside I tice as well as the advantages. auxiliaries, clubs and societies. stars.

RCA Victor 17-Inch $5.25 this payday and join this or- i Cite evidence of effecUvenss.I Heading the cast are famous

Trent lowest priced RCA ganization that concerned. about Career Week For Seniors 100 i Adults Show stage and screen star Ray Middleton -
helping teachers solve their finan-I
Victor TV. Cabinet 30% Principal Thompkins, Principal noted singer Lucille Norman,
cial problems. You don't have toP."O (Keen Interest
smaller/ than prior models. Maxwell Saxon and Supervisor Eileen Christy, Bill Shirley andRepublic's
Ebony finish. Matching to the loan sharks if you are a Johnson were made public relationsand In School Courses Cuban HARDY
"Roll! Around" stand on member of this credit union. Re- evaluation committee for the j peppery song-
wheels available, member summer is coming and .! stress Estelita. Each singer is a your
extraModel
.. Ei-county Career Week that is i I More than 100 persons have
'
175450. there may be a need for extra va- his her and
star in or own right
scheduled for 4
tentatively April ,signified their interest in the proposed Plymouth
cation finance. If invest t
you now to 8. The seniors of R. J. E. Brad- i Adult Education Classes by either in solo or group presentations -

$159.95 you will have something on hand ford county and Dunbar high of returning signed information the result is thrilling. Brothers dealer
for the future. Messrs. Payne, Fer-
guson, Gibson and others will be [Clay County will be given an opportunity sheets to L. H. Gibson, general] This robust and tuneful offeringalso ::. headquarter to value
to learn first-hand the supervisor Bradford County has its share of action from
glad to take to-
1 your membership significant facts about several occupations schools. requesting that courses the moment that Middleton's Medicine

I visor.day, through your county super- in which they are in-1 I be given in commercial, technical, Show pulls into town with its COMPANYFOR

terested. It also presents an opportunity and language subjects. gay trappings until it departs, MOTOR

1 Ghlng And Sharing to give to the communIty Gibson stated this week that he having played its prominent role

Have you given at least a dollar a wider acquaintance they j is planning an organizational meet- in an exciting and suspenseful
for membership in the National i school and its interest in helping ing to be held some time in April

American Red Cross? Are you in students to prepare for "choosing" with State Education officials and

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NICHEST OCTANE membered.Mr.thoughtfulness will. and always Mrs. MelvinF. be re OVER ;"bTHER 2" LOW. PRICE I : CARS'

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10th and Cherry Sts. :
Phone 51-W Starke, Fla.CHARLEY IN NATION-WIDE SURVEY! '.c: "
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ipgOWN ; \ A veil-known independent research 1 y "' "t

organization asked thousands of JJ ,,{-,',, '
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flIt\." HERE'S WHAT OTHERS THOUGHT OF' PLYMOUTH I
CROWN EXTRA GASOLINEFor HERE'S WHY YOU'LL PREFER PLYMOUTH, TOOl!
the $335to
is costing garage Compared with low-price car lOA" Compared with low-price car "8"
put a new motor in my car. Plymouth '55- ith THE FOR-
car performance 'ou've never leadership. This new CROWN EXTRA t
) The old one cracked because : WARD LOOK-is the only low-
Plymouth is Plymouth Is k
before experienced, start using the assures every one of today's cars- the mechanic failed to refill i I 6201 6601 price car to offer you honestlynew

new CROWN EXTRA for '55-the regardless of compression ratio-its the radiator after cleaning it. I better looking better locking 1 styling, instead of a mere your

in efficiency, and Can the garage owner get in- : face-lifting. It's bigger than the
highest octane gasoline Standard maximum power, i
Car "A" Is I Car liB" Is
Oil has ever offered! A "Fuel for engine protection. Use this great surance to protect him from better looking ::16% better looking i 17%: "other 2" cars (longer than car Plymouth
such losses? "A" by 8.4 inches!). It's lower
,the Future," it is the finest gasoline new gasoline with confidence. of t and sleeker,with a host of styling dealer
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.In this Company's 69 years of sales new motoring pleasure. Almost 4 to Iln Again, almost advances that wins the most headquarter for yak*

., Plymouth's favor'' 4 to 1 for Plymouth I III applause in the lowest-price field.

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(KENTUCKY) I ((22% liked "both ((17% liked "both --

I II about the sarno") about the sarno" I Yes, the big swing to Plymouth-See It today-drive It away!

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