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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 1, 1955
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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\ ULUME SEVENTV-SLX STARKE. FLORIDA. FRID.VY, APRIL 1, 1935; NUMBER TIIIRTY-XLYB

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; Cold Cuts Yield Picked 'For Growers\ Here


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1'I Winter wrote an unwelcome P
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Demand for Bradford County _
'o FlorIda
and the
I rest of the
this weekas
.trawberries picked up
II South last
I weekend.
sending snow
a result of the cold weather
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and ice mstead of love
Lovett's and kisses
A-hich cut Louisiana shippings. :
and
Growers here realized a total of "4 delivering: the pesky package
one week after the
$10,543.35 from the sale of 1,088 calendar said
'twas
Asr spring.
(rates, with $7 the low, and $12.90 i :..:
National FFA President BUI Gunter (left) and Bradford ChapterPresident Ice formed here
I high bringing the total for the __ Sunday and
J. K. Underbill enjoy a bit of Barbecue at the chapter's an- j season so far to $16,933.61, ac- A conditional building permitwas I 4f Mrs. Pearce as well as three I, Large two-story home of Mrs.! Bertha rearce on W. aiaaison 1St., :-Monday mornings and did not

nual Father and Son banquet last week. .ording to Starke Market ManagerM. issued this week to Guy An- rental houses all of which will be J' may soon be moved to make way for the new Lo\ett's SUp<'m1arket.1 melt. in some places until noon

1' R. Judd. I drews for the construction of a removed from the property. Mrs.!, This Is one of the oldest homes in Starke, and at one time was the residence -I Reading at the official Frost

On Wednesday, Pete Griffis sold $15.000 commercial building on Pearce has until May 9 to vacate. I of J. G. Alvarez, who operated a large general merchandise Farmers Warning station at the Stark

I'30 crates, which graded 0-6-0-0 for West Madison St. With this latest The permit was issued "subject i store here in the 1890's. Polaro.4 1-Minute\ Photos by the Teli'graph-I ?31 Market showed a low of

<$10 per crate. Pete said his berry development it appeared that the to: submitting a land plat and complete I Monday Sunday morning and 32.5
The
looks search for a suitable site fora Jacksonville Weather -
;; patch good. long "
I plans and specifications. building on North Walnut St. resulted ance I I Bureau said the
Lonnie Starling offered four new Lovett's supermarket might previous record
r'H Since the area in which the proposed in a dispute which led to the Ernest Phillips, manager of low in that city for March 28
crates, graded 0-4-0-0, which !bs: at an end 37 was
c brought $9.80 a crate. Other I The property involved is the' building is to be erected is II passing of a temporary zoning Lovett's in Starke expressed him The degrees back in 1894.

grades and prices noted were, 4 I front half of a block belonging to Designated commercial in the new ordinance, halting any major build- self as well pleased with the new I II came surprise return of winter
zoning ordinance, no objections are until the Zoning Board had site which he said he thought was on the heel of an
ing
I crates 4-0-0-2, $9.SO; 7 crates, Mrs. Bertha Pearce, fronting on -blv unseason-
3-3-0-0. $10.30; 2 crates 4-0-0-8, Madison, between Monroe and Bay .foreseen' at this time. I time to prepare. and the City I the best yet considered for the warm spell and sent folks

Streets. It contains the residence t Previous efforts to locate the Council approve a zoning ordin- ,new store. been scurrying for blankets that had

$9.50.With Louisiana I stored away and heaters that
and other areas -- -- -- I had been
taken

|l'cut era area stated down is in to that a light good the production Starke-Lawtey position right buy- No Comment! Chamber Of Commerce 'Clinics' Set To Start MondayMore i'|!season.mid-summer Basking in what down seemed for like the


but there heat last Saturday
now aren't enough berries -
colored couple applied afternoon
here A young than business and Starkeltes read and
to meet the demand. : 3,00 professional )
license at the.of- heard the
for a marriage forecast
Judd said that Ira Wilson and men and women of Starke I of freezing
,
:ice of County Judge Theron Yawn and Bradford in- "mneratures by morning
Ned Coleman have planted a big County are being .t and
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this week, and they beamed hap- shook their
'runner patch which should supply f ited to a series of business conferences It -s T heads knowingly
Honorary Chapter Fanner Degree \\ere prevented to (left torigid I I left the judge's of- : "Impossible"
pily as they was the
almost for all beginning Monday morn m f general
enough runners I
) Rodman Underhill, V. R. Ferguson and Wm. S. Haas. fice, and crossed Court Street, rr? ''mnron "it can't happen here."
Bradford County.PreEaster. I \ing. April 4. These business "dinlea" -
with each of the participants carrying But it did
f are the feature events in the .
a young one, and another lev blasts down
Series educational-financial campaign now swept from
Billy Gunter of Live Oak. National rec-ally! Mr. and Mrs. Tyler Jones toddler bringing up the rear. being conducted by the Starke- : "anada and the Great Plains into

PieMdent of Future Farm- ,,'}prepared the food and furnished Later in the week, another colored Bradford County Chamber of \ Dixie and dropped the mercury

ers of America was the main the drinks, and Container Cor- Of Services man, when told that he needed Commerce. Only those In each I f ,her more than 50 degrees in a

speaker at the Bradford Chapter's I norat'on of America fr the use of $3 for the license, was not hampered -[classified business group will be I 4 [i matter of hours. Sleet fell early

tenth annual: Father and Son Banquet -I their; facilities; Mr. Durrel Key Begins Monday by that restriction. He said 'invited to any one conference. :: !Fundav and traces of snow were

held) Thursdiy night. March ;manasrer of the A & P Store. who he would borrow it from his A critical analysis of the present I ,, : ,seen in West Florida.

24, at the Tyler Jones home near I furnished the apple pies; Mr. Charlie ,I Annual Pre-Easter services will "wife." and future business situation in! f i The killing cold which engulfedmost

Brooker. The national president! Ga skins of Lawtey. who furnish-|be held in the First Methodist Starke and Bradford County will of the eastern U. S. took a

spoke on "What It Takes to Make I:M the cabbage for slaw: and Mrs. I Church, Monday through Friday, t,i toll of 36' lives and caused crop
I be emphasized In each clinic. Principal -
a Prosperous Chapter" and out-;;.T, G. Wood, for preparing ourroprarn. Idismissing April 4-8 starting at 12 noon and New 9-Unit Motel objective will be to develop Destruction estimated at 50 million

lined the activities and duties of ..> The Chapter would also! at 12:25. These services I i dollars The entire peach crop
sensible and
a practical program
the nation.il association. like to extend thanks and are under the direction of the I vas
I appreciation :I 1 reported lost in Georgia Alabama -
work for the Chamber
of during
Honorary Chapter Farmer clegreefl to our Adsisors. Mr. Paul C. Starke Ministerial Alliance and To Be On 301Another this and succeeding years. ;,' v- .. South Carolina. and other
were awarded to Wm. s.1 Hutchins and Mr. Joe G. Wood for are scheduled as follows: Southern states.
I "We believe that now is the time _
V R Ferguson and RodmanUnderbill .he miny honrs that they gave toward Monday Rev. W. O. Collins of I Crop damage in this county was
to modern Chamber of
perfect a
while honorary State making the banquet a big the Airpark Baptist Church. Music motel will soon join the .held to a low figure due to brisk
Farmer plaques were presented to !success.' I by First Presbyterian Church imposing number along Highway Commerce organization in order to Pictured at the C of C drive kick-off are (seated) Ralph Grass- winds! that kept frost from forming
give the direction to the
C. S. Partin Harmon P. Morgan The Chapter announces that it:choir. 301. It is a 10-unit and dwelling growth and proper development that Is inevitable" field and Jerry Gay" chamber president. Standing (left to right) Sunday morning, and a downpourof

and Mr. Ferguson. I| Tuesday Rev. R. E. MacBlain combination now under construction I(I Herb Thomas, Bobby Barksdale, Mrs. Junius Smith, W. II. Graham, T. rain that fpll all day Monday.
has several Golden Cure
thousand J. O. Gay. president
Stanley Green, chapter reporter I jOf St. Mark's Episcopal Church. for Mrs. Ann Jane Bissell of says ,''II. Slade, Bill Wall, Koscoe Bullington, Freeman Register Sr., and Cucumbers were the hardest hit

'aid; "The Bradford Chapter would tobacco plants for sale: $3 per j,Music by First Baptist Church Route:: 2, Box 54C Starke. Mrs. of the trade group. "We know Helen Haines.I (according; to a quick survey made

like to thank everyone who helped I thousand if pulled by. self, or $4\choir.Wednesday .Bissell is formerly of Michigan and L that Starke tremendous and Bradford County Our I ',here Thursday morning by Norman
.
possibilities.
mak Qiir,banquet a success, es- TlPI'tJlnUSl.nd.if pulled bv Chanter. -, Rev. ,Robert D. 'is a sister of Miss Clara Lraman fcjgV I Rose of the marketing service and
'r. agricultural must be constructively -I by Sat. 9. I II ices which be
Sommer of First :Methodist Church. of Starke. resources pleted April can given only County Agent G. T. Huggins.

Music by Episcopal Church choir. Site of the new structure is a exploited: we must let I A financial objective of $5,000 through the Chamber of Commerce I, M'mates" of the cucumber loss
Manufacturer\ Of Amusement Devices ;,the world know of our advantages has been announced by the officers
"
Thursday Rev. W. S. Mc- 15-acre tract near the Nelson I declares Mrs. Howe. "And varied widely and ranged all the
It\for manufacturing in this area. All and directors of the Chamber. This
I Aliley of First Presbyterian Green home between Starke and' j besides these time-consuming de I way from 15 to 50 per cent of the
Church. Music First j jthis means that we who are engaged -{,sum, it is pointed out, is a minimum ;
Christian
by Lawtey. It wa3 purchased by Render vmm!' plants Extensive
Buys Site For Proposed Plant Here Church choir. I In business and professions will I amount needed to carryon mands, we have our regular commercial -
Mrs. Bissell from Homer White leplanting will have to be made In
Friday Rev. J. E. Sherwood i reap big profits! on the investment!the expanded program of work. civic, and industrial acti the
for a price of around $1,000. Ben Wainwright-Teston farming
of First Christian Church. Music :[ 'we are to make in carrying out this The demands upon the Chamber vities to further through the sever
F. Hall is the contractor on the! |"Deration east of Starke. where
Merry-go-around, Ferris wheels, off'.rials: who must have done a I by First Methodist choir. ':expanded program," the president I lof Commerce mount each year. I al committees. During the past

and Qther amusement park equipment :good job of selling him the advantages -'! The Easter Sunrise Service, under job. I concluded. I Mrs. Marian Howe, executive sec-I week we have secured another In i((50 acres of cukes were growing.
The
county has total of about
may soon be products .of of locating in Bradford Coun- the direction the Plans for still another motel, I Monday's schedule of conferences retary. states that the increase of,dustry 'hichvill mean a substantial a
I of Starke. 150 acres ')f cucumbers.
Bradford County, according to].ty. that he plans to open an assembly Ministerial Alliance, will be held. also located on 301. have been|..1$ I is as follows: inquiries by mail. besides the Increasing I payroll for the county. There! [ Watermelon
damage
statements made by Paul Parker, I 25 to 30 I submitted to the State Board of I the is but j was estl-
plant employing per. April 10 at 6 a. m. at Shipman's Hotels Motels services expected by no question that the Cham-
!I 10:30 a.m. i mated at not more than 25
president, CV.. Parker Amusement (i I sons, some time in the summer. j I place on Kingsley Lake. Rev. Som-'I details Health for approval but complete I Apartments, Restaurants, Bars. thousands of tourists and visitors'her of Commerce pays for itself StHne beans were burned percent
Co., to Chamber of Commerce His present plant is located at |mer will bring the are not available at this stopping Into the office for facts many times over each year. What
message. time. I 12 Noon-Luncheon, Professional i I by cold wind and frost, but will
officials this week. I j jLeavenworth, Kansas. i i I and information. are taxing the We have done with a little can be.,
Parker contracted for an agree- Upon the successful completion : I men and women. Chamber's facilities. ,Increased many times with more'money ,II"come out of it" all right although
'Crawford Child Parents Urged 2:00 j' ,I yield might be cut some 25 per
ment for deed this week for about f that initial step. Parker plans : p.m.-Industrial, Agricul- "During recent years the travelIng I and an organized force of

25 acres of land with a 330 foot ;i I I to open a manufacturing plant, |Drowned At Cocoa; To Return Consent I tural. I'' public has come to depend upon 200 members which we are seek: I I 1 cent.Damage tn ,

frontage on Highway 301, about which would employ about 100. 'i 7:30 p.m.-Retail. Wholesale, and expect these community serv- ing at this time" Mrs Howe said. egg; plant and pepper
three miles north of Starke with ;i Mr. Parker returned to his his:Funeral Held Here For Salk VaccineDr. Automotive. I !was I described< as negligible.- Corn._un.I .
I although burned somewhat, will
readquarters In Kansas yesterday '
Julia Rinicella, Route 2. Box 53-E and a'd: he would come back to Michael Craw ford, 3-year-old son A. Y. Covington, county Tuesday's 10:30 a.m.-Rt'al schedule: Estate. Fi-Negress Is Fined iDate Set For Hi-Y [come through in good shape except -

Starke. F'arke of Mr. and Mrs. Earl W. Crawfordof health officer, said yesterday that I for a slieht cut In yield. Tobacco
In about two months to Cocoa nance. Insurance, Building, Con- For Jump Wires 'Father-Son Event
was accidentally drownednear and Irish
He. told Chamber of Commerce sfrt on his project here. an announcement is expected on struction. potatoes were un
his home there last Saturday April 12 as to whether the new l ,On Electric Meter harmed.

|afterro n. It is reported that the Salk vaccine for polio will be released -) 2:00 p Diversified. i i I The Hi-Y Club met Monday I I i Most growers here viewed Mon I

: i I little boy was playing with or not. Each group chairman is securing:.1| When City electric service to the night, March 21, in the USO with |i.!1IV'S rain as a "God-send" Duet
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Train T i another child and a captain for every 25 members of the president Charles Kirkland. the ertrprrplv
:? I 5-years-old If released for distribution. Dr. :;home of Leola Guion, Reno, was dry condition of
,"oth lost their his division. The captains, in turn, presiding. Raymond Stefanelli led be
lives when they Covington expects to start vaccinations i soil it looked as if the late
J. cut off for non-payment of bills. the devotional.
will enlist ,
five lieutenants.
1 fell into a small lake. He was bornin in the schools during the This |11VJc1 would virtually wipe out all

Cocoa on Feb. 4, 1952. week of April 18. He said that j T".eans that there will be one memo. |"someone" fixed the meter with a: It was decided that the Father J,nl>ntings of spring crops In this

Besides his parents he s survivd according to reports, there is very I'iber of the "sales army" for each L 1,861, of jumper wires.Unfortunately .and Son banquet would be held wintv. But at the critical time

Wreck bv a brother, Douglas Crawfordof little reaction to the vaccine I five prospects These teams are I!,j for Leola, a city'April 30 from 7 to 9 pm. Tickets I tJ,* rain came and farmers blessed

Cocoa, and other relatives near (less than with "shots" for typhoid, jpxpected to be completed by Tuesday I employee spotted the violation andwas will be on sale two weeks in ad- *h" sudden phift li the weather

l awtey and in Jacksonville. I a diphtheria. whooping cough, etc. night April 5, at the close of:;she ,vance and will cost $1.50 for the which saved their t'nnc from frost
fined
$15 by Mayor J R
Funeral services were held Monday Dr. Covington said that a high the several business clinics. father and his son. Men without ,njM provided urgently needed
I A general assembly of all chairwpn. -, Wainwright at court Monday, with > also invited to attend.A .
afternoon at 2 o'clock in Union percentage of parents of school sr>p are T\1t\idn"p. Monday rainfall mea-
Primitive Baptist Church with Rev.L. |children have returned the forms i, rantains! and 1'eutenants' will I the warning that if it happened swim party and welner roast '''"'Pd 1.6 inches on the Wainwrighl

4 t" H. Crawford of Jacksonville ,giving their consent to have the ;be held at a breakfast on Wednes-.I again the next time the fine would will be held at the lake early in "mi

5f officiating. Inerment in L I i ":av mornin April 6. At this be April. P,,lr>h Nvnies.
t: JP1 .. was Dyal vaccine administered to their chil- $50 I i( manager of the
j"a ____ Cemetery near Raiford with De- dren. He urged all parents who time materials and supplies will hen :, Joe Coleman, Starke The club attended as a group, !.i"mnVp,. State! Farmers Market: ,
; was '
> negro
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.. Witt C. given the New Life at the First 'arms the cold
Jones Funeral Home in have not done meeting a blessing In dis-
already to
;.: "" so return
"- .,4!<"i -f- ; fined $25 five
or for
: to all workers. It Is planned to days public
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Methodist Church
"f" ,. ,. '. S charge of arrangements. the slips at once. Thursday night
-....:.'"'" .. A', ,have: all calls made and work corn, intoxication. of last week. i j (Continued on Page 8))

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1 Mrs. Alice Jane Shepard, 7&,

I d'ed at the home of her daughter,

,I Mrs. C. A. Knight Wednesday

I !' ifternoon after a lengthy illness.he .

was born in Georgia on Jan.

'.29. 1876 and moved to Starke in

I )' I ____________ 1923 with her husband, the late
# .-.- aa$ 40 1 lames Sh pard. She was a member -
{ of the First Baptist Church.

f Besides her daughter, Mrs.
Jf.- Knight, she is survived by two
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Powell, Jacksonville and :Mrs. I
The little village of Raiford was aroused from its slumbers .
quiet
At Donald J. Morriss: Asheville, N. C.;
just before midnight Sunday: when 28 cars of a southbound Atlantic Scenes Spectacular Raiford Smashup Pre-Band CourseIs :one son, Charles C. Shepard, Lake

Coast Line freight train derailed on a short section of track betweenthe Sleepy Hollow City; two sisters Mrs* B. E.

Raiford school hoOSt'and the railroad station. No injuries were .'1 Completed Withrow Odum. Ga.. and Mrs.

reported.The .r-r -'.- Band i Changes Hands I II Lillie Ray, Ellijay. Ga.; four

spectacular accident, probably the biggest mass derailment In i! S Director Gay A. Rimert I brothers. J. H. Bennett, Alpha-

ACL's history, was attributed to a defective rl which crumpled under recently presented certificates of'For $40,000 i retta, Ga.. Fred and Oscar Bennett -

the heavy freight. The cars piled up, like scattered playing cards, I promotion to the following students I iI Knoxville, Tenn., and Bert
who
I r had completed and
pass- I Bennett, Odum, Ga. and six
; grand-
tn an amazingly compact distance of only 300 yards i 'ed the pre-band course on. Flato-, Sleepy Hollow Motel was sold children.

Top photo shows one of the battered freight cars after It had been phones: .j!recently by Mr. and Mrs. Robert I'i Funeral services will be held In I,

righted and replaced on wheels for removaL I Susan Slade, Donna Stewart, C. :Murnan to Mr. and Mrs. JeromeA. the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel Friday ,
Center Is about half of the .
panel a composite photograph showing Lois Kaufmann Carolyn shannon Kinzer of St. Augustine. afternoon at 3 o'clock with Rev.
cars that tumbled off the tracks, Hocking a Railord paved street that L. D. Haines and Rev. W. S. Mc- ;
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Marilyn Shannon Linda Pearson, ; Selling price of the 9-unlt motel
parallels the track. AUey] officiating. Interment will
Cayla] Andrews, Argent Tomlinson, !which is located i
Photo at right shows the 150-ton on Highway 301 follow in the
ACL's huge wrecking crane ( I family plot in Crosby .
"Lakeland" and a smaller companion crane tugging to get one of the \I Sharon Markham, Sally Epperson ;':north of Starke was $40,000, as Lake Cemetery. '

cars back on the track I Park Holley, and Clifford Bailey.i indicated by documentary stamps. Active pall bearers will be Chat

Raiford \\'Riithout mall all day Monday, but train service was These students are now eligibleto The Murnans have moved to a i I A. Darby J. R. Kelly, Freeman ,

rammed the double work of enter the elementary band and : Register Jr.. Gene Long, L. F. j jDinkL'1S.
over
trark by Monday night, although home on Highway 100 south of
great hopes are held out for them.
K G. Duncan L. D. Yining .
clearing up thi mess was sWIm progress: by mid-week. ____ __I Rimert said. Starke. and Carl Johns.




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were increased. I had appeared be- Friday.C. (
fore PAGE TWO FRIDAY APRIL 1, 1955
the
editorialA Appropriations Committee V. Green and II. M. McRae I
asking for that increase because of
visited
relatives in Middleburg
the particular interest we have in last Friday.Mr. fTTTTTYYTYTYYYYTYTTYTTYT"BROOKER gifts presented to him. and a won- I
the Forest program in the 8th derful time was enjoyed by all. .
DistrictThe and Mrs. B. M. McRae visited J{ I( Those .
attending were 1r. and j
Little Cooperative Effort their son-in-law, Clyde Hughey,
House has amended its
Mrs.
in the Gainesville hospital Sunday J. T. Taylor and son Tommy,
w .
rules for Investigating Committees afternoon. I5y Pony Walt Jr. and Jacky Green, all of Palatka,
This HeadacheAbout which among other things will
Could Solve prevent one-man hearings.The Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. ..UUUUa.aUU.uUUsFish Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Green and ,
Lewis last week were Mr. and children, Mr. and Mrs. Wilson ,
this time last year there was a con- House next week will havean Mrs. Ernest Glisson of Eustis, and Fry EnjoyedMrs. Green and daughters :Mrs. Amanda }

siderable amount of misunderstanding and some Easter recess and I plan a :Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Fouts of Lake- Lee Roy Green entertainedlast Lewis, Mrs. T. \\. Marker, Mr. \

hard feelings in connection with the activities ofa Jit brief visit to the District. My land.The Saturday night with a fish and Mrs. Frank Tinney and sons, {
Wages and Hours inspector from the Jackson- } plans include a visit with the Florida C. V. Greens and H. M. Mc- fry on the lawn at her home in Mr. and :Mrs. A. I. Mann and chil- \
ville office, who visited strawberry fields in the o. Legislature on Monday, April Raes visited friends in Hawthorne observance of the birthday anni- dren. Rev. Burton, Jean and Ed- .
and handed notices of violations to some 11, and then on Tuesday and Wed- Wednesday of last week. versary of her husband. Assistingthe ward Endicott and Shirley Green
county :,- \t" StRWqa nesday, April 12 and 13, will be hostess were Mr. and Mrs. all of Brooker, Ed Parker of ,
Sorry to report the illness of
25 Bradford County growers.
a in my office in the Post Office Frank and John Ter-
Tinney and and
harvest- f Starke. Mrs T. S. Mann and
The inspector made his rounds while kilr R. M. Crosby, who entered St.Vincent's .
Building in Gainesville. I shall be !
w ?tBESEA4ca rell Green. grandson, Ferrell Freeman, of
of the :
in and asked the ages Hospital in Jacksonvillelast \
ing was progress delighted to have of our
any peo- Mr. Green was delighted with the Gainesville.
pickers. If he found any under the age of 16 }tsy ple in the 8th District drop by to Saturday.Mr. ,1lTradeai'Homej
he gave the grower a notice of violation, chargingthat see me on these two days. and Mrs. Bill Shanley of
the under-16 children should have been in Gainesville attended church here
TC Sunday and visited Mrs.
school at the time. tttvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvPINE Shanley's
of series of parents, the R. R. Crosbys.Mr. .
a
This difficulty, coming on top
troubles plaguing farmers for the past two years, LEVEL and Mrs. Oscar Hall Of Wal-

seemed to be about the "last straw," and some do, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert My-

showed a rebellious attitude toward the law. A liy !Mr*. ll. :M. MII.IPAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA rick and children, and Mrs. Sue

group of farmers got in touch with CongressmanBilly Myrick of Starke, and llr. and 0000 0

Matthews, who expressed sympathy with Mrs. J. W. McRae of Plant City 0 0 .
their problem and vowed that if any of them were We had a good attendance in visited the H. M. McRaes last

prosecuted for the alleged violation, he'd go to Sunday School and church last Saturday night. 0 G TOp
jail with 'em. if he couldn't keep them out. Sunday with lots of visitors, evenif Mr. and Mrs. Edwin McRae are

Now, with this inspector in our area again the weather was cold. the proud parents of a son, Pat- Q
we face the same potential situation as last year, Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Hall visited rick Dean, born Thursday, March.
and we wonder if a better understanding of the + j their son-in-law Rev. J. E. Murr- 22, at the NAS hospital in Jack- 0
""-- hee In St. Vincent's Hospital last sonville.
matter, from both viewpoints, would not fore- o0 r

stall another disturbance. -

The law says that farmers may not employ LIFE SAVING SERVICE-THROW OUTTHE LIFELINE n

children under 16 years of age in agriculture dur- GIVE TO CONQUER CANCER -
ing school hours, and further provides that every FACTORY FACTORY
farmer employing minors must keep records, in- r

cluding full name; place of residence, date ofbirth APPROVED ENGINEERED

of minor, and other information. These ,
requirements do.not apply to the employment ofa Farmer's DiaryBy SERVICE PARTS

farmer's own children by the farmer on his

own farm. Sam McGarvey
Local school officials, recognizing the problem Washing, Painting, Repairing, Reconditioning

that the farmer is up against in getting his berries Wrecker Service
is only partly up, and we are doing
harvested at the proper time, say they wouldbe .
glad to work with the Wage and Hour officials our best to keep the "brassy" o o

toward a satisfactory solution for all concerned. :arks from pulling it up. Th But apparently there has been no attempt on the rest of the patch Is sprouting, fo r] TESTING AND STARTER
part of the inspector or his superiors to meet with we dug some of it up, but we wisl I BRAKE TUBES GENERATOR yourself after lugging in all that furnitureyou

school officials in an attempt. to devise some work- it would hurry, so that we don'1 t LINING SALES BATTERIES brought out of town... and then findingout
able plan. have too uneven a stand. FENDER
That a solution can be worked out with very i REPAIRS AND ALL ELECTRICAL it was cheaper here at home. But you !

tittle disruption of the school schedule was dem- Got a fine black raspberry bush Every day or so we take a BODY WORK SERVICE SERVICE shouldn't have butt your head on the wall!

onstrated last year when the hours of the Lawtey from Marian Crosby, who tells us "lick" at the grass and weeds in

Negro school were changed during berry harvesting that this fruit does well around our patch of mother plants w< Complete Lubrication Service
have in the kitchen garden. Thej
season so that pupils were able to pick berriesin here. Ardell and Marian have a fine look and
the early morning and still get to school in combination a little farm rightin to form pretty runners.good We want are starting to giv DODGE JOB-RATED TRUCKS HELP BUILD STARKETry

time for classes starting at 10 a.m. In.this way, the City of Starke- combiningthe the beds a dose of bonemeal, s<
the provisions of the law were met, growers got best features of country and that the runners have plenty o:: Reconditioned Used Cars and Trucks Starke Stores First!
the needed help to harvest their berries, and the
city living. nourishment. We Can Arrange Financing On Major Repairs
children had the opportunity of earning a little -e S .

money which, in many cases, was badly needed at We're picking more berries now, We turned our cows into th< HARDY BROTHERS MOTOR CO. THIS AD SPONSORED IN COMMUNITY INTEREST
:
home.This particularly from our three beds front sedge grass field where w
year, if the same procedure is followed, of 90's. But it is hard for us to have a planting of oats. Alice pu t BY

we see no reason for another disturbance, for our compare our Missionaries with our them in there, and how the COW s! 600 Temple Ave \ V 1- Phone 69
local school officials are well aware of the problemand 90's, for the 90's were set out first went to town on the oats. Aftei r -,:, .,;w'' HART FURNITURE CO.
end have received more care and they were in there a while the
]
are willing to go more than half way in working YOUR DODGE-PLYMOUTH
attention. On the last picking.we "hunted the shade" and beddecdown DEALERs
out solution if
chance.It
a given a .
seems to us that the Federal officials shouldbe got more from the three beds of90's to chew their cud, but in i l _' __ ,,_ STARKE, FLA.
than we did from the seven short time they were back againas '. -- p. -- --- .-. -- -.- ,- __ --0.--- ___, __ /
concerned with the
more spirit rather than the beds of Missionaries. if they couldn't believe it watrue.
letter of the law. No one wants to see our chil- --
dren herded into sweat and "' !I'M "".
shops kept there all The difference is very plain to ".J: / I
day at the expense of their schooling, and we see for the 90's have grown a fine Put out fertilizer in four bedi, .. J ;j..1r
feel that the child labor law was intended to prevent big bush and are loaded with fruit, where we are going to set out ou: F $ I
such injustices. while many of the M's look bad tomatoes, and as soon as it warm ;
But it is a far cry from the old-time sweat with the plants flat growing, up again, we'll wet the beds down,
shop to a few hours of outdoor labor in a sweet- brown-ish. in color, stunted, witha set out the plants and then tun 1
smelling Bradford County strawberry patch scattering of small bloom and on the "rain" again.
berries. Only difference in treat- :
providing, of course, that a schedule can be arranged -
so that the early morning work does not ment between the two different Cold weather blew in over th<
interfere seriously with school schedules.The varieties that we can think of is weekend, and we got up at fou that the 90's were sprayed with on Sunday morning to turn on th<
youngsters get the same as adult
pay TEPP about a month ago, and irrigation to keep the frost off.
pickers five cents a quart and an industriousboy that may have kept the insect But it was blowing and about 3!

or girl can earn a substantial sum of money damage at a minimum. degrees, so we didn't bother. '!'her4was !
during a berry season, at that rate. This seasonal no cold damage but we noticed

work may even mean that the student will Anyhow, the other day we noticed some ice in the cow trouglin 1
receive more schooling, not less for it often that the thrip infestationwas the barnyard.
means that he will be provided with shoes and bad, so we mixed up 50 gal- .
necessary clothing without which he might be lons of water with 4 oz. of TEPP "Bub" Carter told us this wee!t
unable to finish out the school term. and sprayed the entire patch of that he is going to try berry plant!
We see nothing "demoralizing" or detrimentalto berries, using a small tank sprayer. that have been kept under refrigeration .

the welfare of a boy or girl in a few hours of The next day we found some and try treating his soil,
thrip, but not nearly so many as and if those things don't work,
work
during of the
season
one year. Perhaps if
before we sprayed.. It looked, too, he'll be through with berries. (' a+ .
some of the youngsters in cities 1i
our were doing as if we killed a lot of red spider r k Ce. :
something clean and wholesome
like
picking a with TEPP. Marvin Rosier said this wee
few quarts of strawberries the tI
dockets of our that he Is getting an irrigatior tI
juvenile courts would be just a little less crowded. One possible advantage we see outfit to use on his tobacco. H
The interests of all parties concerned in this in using TEPP (which must be said that h hasn't been able to sel t .
case the Federal authorities, the children, and handled with care, by the way, as out his plants because of a lac, w w az ? *a

the berry growers, can best be served by a cooperative it is extremely poisonous) over of moisture in the soil.
realistic approach. Why not, Mr. Inspector dusting with sulphur is that it will *
get with our school officials and work this not affect the soil, whereas we Well, we're making': the bug I
thing out? 'Let's avoid another fuss like the one think that sulphur may make the work for us, instead of against us,, : _
experienced last year.Ike's soil more acid. Then too, TEPP and it sure feels good. We cul f rs

will kill aphids and they spreadthe some pine saplings for fence posts I ___.,,, 1#
virus which is causing so much and just let them lie on the ground II
trouble with berries. The bugs peel off the bark, an-1;I
Programs For Roads that's a heck of a lot easier than l
Our little planting of sweet comReport scraping if off.

And Schools Face TroubleThe _.

Hill-Burton Funds for hospital con
U. S. Senate is currently going throughthe struction. I am glad to report that.
motions of holding hearings on Presin nt y. these funds are in the same amountas .
Eisenhower's multi-billion dollar highway pro- the appropriations last yeaj:. ,
gram. but those in the know tell us the bill hasn'ta and will be very helpful to tiw
Chinaman's chance of passing unless it's revised people of the 8th District.
; from The Foirlon Town Sedan (foreground) cud ill styling inspiration the ford THunderbird.
beyond all recognition. The House also passed the appropriations

Senator Harry F. Byrd, the orthodox Virginia for the Interior Department

Democrat and apple grower, describes the bill as in the amount of ap Ford Thunderbird styling's exciting right now/ This take-off power means faster
Congress
"violating financing principals, defying budgetary i proximately $298 millions, whichrepresented l Lives passing ability-a greater feeling of security
a cut of about five I end thrill too to Ford's new whether traffic the road. And
control and evading Federal debt law. That's up you'll in or on open
prr cent under the Administration'J
strong criticism, and on this particular issue it bJ BILLY MATTHEWfI I you can enjoy this new Trigger-Torque per
Budget request. It is interiors..Angle-
interestingto : Luxury Lounge
looks as if the Democrats will follow Byrd's lead note that the Deparment of the formance with any one of Ford's 3 mighty

to the man and plenty of Republicans will go voted with the majority in the Interior is practically on a self: Poised Ride. ..Trigger-Torque Power! engines: the new Y-block V-8; the new
along also.A House last week to sell the gov- paying basis since their man y! to itslooks Y-block Special V-8; or the new block Six.

similar fate is forecast for Eisenhower's erment's synthetic rubber plantsto funds derived from National Parks J You expect big things when you see the '55 As you ride, you'll relax in the comfort of
bill designed to provide some assistance to states private industry. The sales services, National Forests, another d t Ford's long low, lance-like lines. For this a new Angle-Poised Ride made possible by
and localities in a school building It's price of these plants will be $310- related activities will repalalmost ,
program. brilliant new styling! could only be inspired Ford's advanced Ball-Joint Suspension Sys
in trouble for the 565.000. which according to the this entire appropriationin L 1 !
same reason an impractical by the fabulous Ford Thunderbird. tem. You'll be surrounded by the tasteful
financing Committee on Armed Services, full. Included in the appropria
plan. ___ decor of Ford's new Luxury Lounge interior
These ill-fated bills amounts to 113.8 per cent of theunrecovered liens for the Department of the I And beauty is as you'lldiscover
represent the Administra- the TbeaDutyve exciting new colors rich new upholstery
investment of Interior this time were the when a new Ford.
tion's efforts appropriations you
to
keep the Federal debt from rising United States taxpayers. In addition for the Forest Serv bright new appointments. bfakar
while, at the same time, seeking some way out the corporations buying the ice. I am glad that the funds foi r Touch the gas pedal and you get action today the day at ytur Ford Dealer's.
of the critical need for new highways and schools. plants will pay the 52 per cent Forest Research and Fire Contro!1 I
As Washington observer puts it: "Present corporation Income tax. I feel that
outlook is that the debt will be held down, schools wherever possible the governmentshould '
and highways will be delayed, and the Democratsmay get out of private business ,

have a good campaign issue." and it seemed to me that this was Thrill to a Trigger-Torque Test Drive in a 5 5 Ford
the chief Issue Involved. I am
iaoroL.'o t ..:1.0\ "" .-._...1...;.......,"""""' ....... ......,...'.......-' ""'''*,,-_...., concerned about adequate protec-

THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPHEST. tion for the little businessman,
1879E but the Committee on Armed t -W
L MATTHEWS OWNER AND EDITORFLORIDA'S Service assured us that there was $ t

.' ample protection In the sale con- Keep thy tongnt from nil and Andrews Motor Co.
OLDEST WEEKLY NEWS tracts for small business. thy lift from speaking gui,e.-
e PAPER PUBLISHED CONTINOUSLY The House has passed appropriations (PHUu IIXIY, IS.)
for the Department of Ever notice how nroeh fctttw it
UNDER THE SAME MASTHEAD. Health, Education and Welfare! approximating wakes jroa" feel 1 when yon speak
$2.4 billions. IncludedIn kindly, charitably, instead .f critically -
ADAMS STS.
&
MADISON PHONE 118
SUBSCRIPTION RATES which of or to someone I Spokes STARKE, FLA.
ONE YEAR 3.00 SIX MONTHS 1.7S this appropriation, rep- or written words of help and affection
FRIDAY AND ENTERED A3 SECOND CLASS resents a 3.S per cent cut from the bless and strengthen those
PUBLISHED EACH FORD the New BEST SELLER sells more because it's worth morel
MATTER AT THE POST OFFICE AT STARKE. FLORIDA UNDER Budget as recommended, are funds who give them, AS well as thou

THE_r..ACT y. =OF:MARCH,,::-. ,.3.. 1879.-' .' :',," :JIrJ 1to.: "":."'i"' for Vocational Agriculture and the who receive. -




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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARK, FLORIDA PAGE Tir&EK
FRIDAY. APRIL 1. 1955

toed' to the hospital In Lake But I seal at Starke. Bradford County. Executrix of the estate of Mrs 3:5. I Clerk of the Circuit Court in and
Dennis Brannen
gyyYnYYYYt.yy.1YYYYYYtHAMPTON .ents, Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Bran- },Ir. and Mrs. Florida, this March 18th. 1955. John Uglow, deceased. The said City reserves the righto I for Bradford County, State of Flori-
this (jf Lakeland visited his brother, I er last week but is a little better :(OFFICIAL, SEAL) Charles A. Darby 2/18 4t 4/8 tIn ( accept or reject any or all bid. I I i da upon receipt of proof of publication -
! nen and family. He is to leave and in low and is at home. Clerk of Circuit Court of Brad- Dated this 16 day of March 1955. .>. of this notice, the fictitiousname
weekend for Lowry Air Force ]Raleigh Brannen, family ford County, Florida. The County Judge's Court of CITY OF STARKE. FLORIDAPy (I> of Starke Radiator Service
where he will J Hampton Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wallace were 3/18 it 4/18 Bradford County Florid : Carl Johns, City Clerk. under I I3lS which I am engaged in business -
Base Colo.
Denver IB Probate.N .
Jt 4/1
in the Green Building. Tempt
radar Richard May, stationed at Gun- visiting relatives in Jacksonville RE Estate of CONRAD 'I
take advanced training for NOTICE OF INTENTION TO : LETSCH. .Ave, Starke Fla.
By Dire D. E. IlillAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA ter Field Montgomery, Ala., was ver I[ the weekend. REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME also known as C. LETSCH Deceased. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO Ted Polk, Mile owner 'ir- *n
work.
REGISTER FICTlTIOtS NAME Building ::;tarkt', Fla.
Notice is hereby given that the
Mr and Mrs. W. T. Cushman in Hampton with his family last Cpl. Mullate Hale who is stationed undersigned under the provisionsof NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll Notice Is hereby given that the I I Dated this' I lath day of Mar n A
to soon to Callahan weekend.Mr. at Fort Jackson, S. C. spent Chapter 20,953. Laws of Florida persons having claims or demands undersigned. under the provisions D., 19iS at Starke Bradford r 'un'
plan move
against the estate of Conrad 0 f Chapter Z0.95J.: Laws of Florida. ty. Florida
Acts of 1941, will register with the
Mr. and Mrs. Richard May and where Mr. Cushman will be trans- and Mrs. Howard N. Hill 1 the weekend with relatives and Clerk of the Circuit Court In and for .etsch. also known as C. Letsch, deceased lets, of 1941, will register with the 3'is i- tIS

daughter were In Jacksonville Sat- ferred by the Florida Power ALight Jr.. and daughters of Flint, Mich :his financee, Miss Carolyn Crews.' Bradford receipt County of proof State of of publicationof Florida.. to are file hereby their notified claims and in the required .

urday. Co. visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs.D. Staff Sgt. and Mrs. E. C. John- upon this notice the fictitious name office of the County Judge of Bradford -

Mrs. B. L. Hinaon left last week I Mrs. Carl Rhoden is convalescing E. Hill last week. Other guestsat Wis. of Prevatt's Upholstery Shop under County Florida, in the County i
son formerly of Watertown, ,which I am engaged in business at Court House at Starke, Florida G. J. McGRIFF APPLIANCES
for a visit with her daughter,Mrs. at home this week after a the Hill home during the week Ga. Route One Box H%. Starke. Fla. within eight calendar months from:
now stationed at Valdosta, the date of the first publication of I i
Arthur Gaskins, in Columbus, Ga. major operation at St. Vincent's were Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hill of the Nathan N. Prevail and Irene S. this notice, or the same will be- :
Tracy Jones, who has completed, Hospital in Jacksonville. Pomona Park, and Mr. and Mrs. were weekend guests of Guy Prevail, sole owners. Route One come void according to law. This<
Box H% Fla.Dated .
Edwards family. While here they Starke. March 15, 1955.
basic at Lackland AFB, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn McIntosh Ed Clouse of Bradenton. i I
training Mr. Edwards celebrate his this 25th day of March. A. (s) Elizabeth Letch.Administratrix ,
San Antonio, Texas, visited in visited relatives in Daytona Beach ; Mr. and Mrs. Lott of Aden Ga., helped D., 1965 at Starke, Bradford County. of the Estate<
birthday Saturday. Other guests Florida. of Conrad Letsch deceased.
Hampton this week with his par- Sunday. visited at the home of their daughter were their daughter Ruth of Jack-I 3/25 41 4/15 3/18 4t 4/8 >

Mrs. H. R. Harris and family. -
sonville and son and daughter-in- CALL FOR BIDS
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
last weekend. Sealed bids will be received by
I law Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Edwardsand
Packham REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME the City Council of the City of''
Mr. and Mrs. Merle
NOW BIG 11 CU. FT. tiny daughter, Rhonda Marie, Notice is hereby given that the Starke at the City Office in Starke. .
under the provisionsof
moved last week.from the Baptist undersigned Florida until 5.00 P.M. on Tuesday,
of Starke. Laws of Florida. I
Chapter 20,953 the 14th day of April 1955, at which,
pastorium to their home on state Acts of 1941 will register wilt the jJiLu
time and place all bids received
Clerk of the Court In and for Bradford i
road 221 toward Theressa.. will be publicly opened and read
/ 1 County, State of Florida upon
1 Mr. and Mrs. George Williams In The Circuit Court Of FUrldB. receipt of proof of publication 01: aloud, on the following supplies
visited in Palatka Sunday with Mr. Eighth JndlcUl Circuit. !. And this notice the fictitious name of Regular gasoline delivered City "
Tank at City Light & Water NOW ONLY
For Bradford County Q. J. McGrlff Appliances, under
and Mrs. Fred Whidden and children la Chancery. which I am engaged in business at Plant. Starke, Florida; Lubrlcat- I

1 1 1 13f former residents of Hampton.Mrs. .GEORGE ESTES, his J. ESTES wife. AND Plaintiffs BETHNA, vs. Call and Walnut Sts., Starke. Fla. ing for a oils period retailing of six at months.40c per quart, I I

Florrie Belle Brown spent .1 FLORIDA LAND AND IMMIGRATION That the parties interested in said The said City reserves the right to I 1
business are: 0. J. McGrlff. 307 East accept or reject any or all bids.
COMPANY OF FLORIDA et
the: day in Jacksonville last Wednesday I al., Defendants. Call St., Starke Fla., sole owner. Dated this 16th day of March j
with the R. C. Gray family. QUIET TITLE, ETC. Dated this 25th day of March, A. 1955.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION: AND D.. 1955, at Starke, Bradford Coun- CITY OF STARKE FLORIDA,
Mrs. Gray brought her home that :SOTICK TO APPEAR ty, Florida. By: Carl Johns City Clerk.
evening and visited friends In THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: 3/25 4t 4/15 3/18 3t 4/1 I
Florida Land and Immigration
Hampton. Company of Florida and its un- In County Judge' Court, CALL FOR BIDS I' t
Ydrah Bryan of Gainesville visited known successors trustees, stock- Bradford County Florida Sealed bids will be received by '.
holders and other claimants by. TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: the City Council of the City 01.
with her cousin Dorothy Hardy, through or under it; Notice is hereby given that I have Starke at the City Office in Starke,<:
for[ several days last week. She Emma Pearce Hill a widow. individually IN RE: Estate of Mrs. John Uglow, Florida, until 5:00 P.M. on Tues- i,
deceased. day the 5th day of April, 1955, at
and as sole heir at Law
returned home with her parents, .of Louis H. Hill deceased, whose NOTICE OF FILING PETITION which time and place all bids re-I
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Bryan, Mrs. residence and address is Lawtey FOIl FIXI: imCIURCE OF ceived will be publicly opened I
EXECLTRI.V: read aloud. on the following: j
Florida; Mrs. Bertha Stuckey, and
Bryan Sr., and Mrs. Charles Har- W. L. Stuckey her husband whose filed my final returns as Executrixof Six months supply of lubricatingoil i
t tI dy Sr. of Gainesville, when they permanent residence and address Is the Estate of Mrs. JoTin Cglow approximately 2.000 gallons i,
Jacksonville, Florida; Bennett L. deceased; that I have filed my petition specifications: A.P.I. Gravity 24.8, I
visited the Douglas Hardys Sun- Wilkinson, Jr., and Lorraine D. Wilkinson for final discharge, and thatI Maximum Pour 0 degrees F., Minimum
his wife, whose residenceand will apply to the Honorable Flash 415 degrees F., Saybolt \
wi day.Miss address is Jacksonville, Florida Theron A. Yawn, County Judge of Viscosity @ 160 degrees F., 615.
I Betty Durling was hostessat ; Thomas J. Burrin; Louise Glauz- FVadford County, Florida, on April is 130 degrees 1<'., 245; & 210 degrees
a weiner roast for several friends man and ,Christine M. D. Jennings; \1 12, 1955, for approval of same and 1<'., 60/64, Carbon Residue @ 0.25% I
\
I : Ceo. W. Jennings and Lovine E. For final discharge as Executrix of Max. Viscosity Index 60 Min. 4
and relatives at her home Satur- Jennings, his wife, and R. II. Smith; the estate of Mrs. John Uglow. Six! months supply fuel oil,
'i LIMITED
sk day evening. Eraetus G. Hill, Trustee; Joseph Dated: March 9th, 1955. proximately 250.000 gallors &p-I _
Mr. Crawshaw; L. L. Sapp, Jr., and wife, (s) Carrie Uglow Ward, 2 fuel distillate, gravity A.P.I. 32
Cpl. William Fowler, son of Marv Sarm: M.. E Edward W.. J. I ;
-
.1I and Mrs. I. S. Fowler of Brooker,'Stallings and n. A. Stallings; A.: L. ''e I QUANTITY
week with his wife Roberts and Elizabeth Roberts his
is home this
wife; F. H. Long; Clara Markillie
and daughter, after serving for 18 and II. J. Stewart as guardian of

k I I iiI months with the U. S. Army In George Estate Markillie of Clara; if Markillie alive, ;and Royal the EARL M. CAMPBELL 0 ait-Safe Alarm System Counterbalanced lid

Germany. He. was discharged at unknown spouse of each of them.If .
Mr. alive, and if any of them be Positive Action Latch Removable Baskets
S. C.
Ft. Jackson, Columbia,
dead to the unknown spouse heirs. JOHN F. (Bill) GREENETAX
I II Ir and Mrs. Fowler hope to make devisees, grantees, legatees, assignees Selective Temperature Control
creditors and other claimants
their home in Hampton. Mrs. Fow by through under or against each
ler is the daughter of Mr. and and every of the above named persons CONSULTANTS f
.. who are deceased; and The
Mrs. J. A. Williams of Hampton.Mrs. ,American Trust Company, a corporation -
Emma McElroy of Red-. as Administrator of the Olson Building S. Walnut Street Starke We Service Everything Yfe Sell
with Estate of Ceo. F. Markillie. also
dick is visiting this week I known as G. F. Markillie. deceased, PHONE 14
Mrs. M. B. Layfield.C. and as trustee of the Estate and
for the heirs of said decedent and
W. Slade and Tracy Jones I Its unknown successors, trustees .
were in Gainesville visiting or L stockholders, and other claimants FARMER BUSINESS INDIVIDUAL RETURNS G. J L MCGRIFF

Monday. by through Trust Company or under a it;corporation.the AmerIcan I

DQ uardian of the "'D''A ft'. ft 1
Open Open House house will be _held_ at. me -George successors B Markillie trustees and D'V stockholders iu unknown oya, Special Rate on Short Forms GENERAL ELECTRIC APPLIANCESCor.

of the Christian Churchon and other claimants by, through or
parsonage Sunday afternoon, April 3, under it corporation; The Bank of and Starke Its, a unknown defunct -- OPEN ALL DAY EACH FRIDAY Call & Walnut Sts. Phone 229

from; 2 to 4:30: p. m. All members successors trustees stockholders Starke Fla.
and other claimants by ,
and friends of the congrega- through, or under it; The Federal
tion are invited to attend. Refresh- Land Rank of Columbia, a corpora- I
tion; and all other persons havingor
ments will be served by the. girls of claiming any right title lien or -
interest in or to the following
E.There
the C.
lands; Ituate In Bradford County
will be an old-fashioned Florida, to-wit:

hymn sing at the Christian Church A and parcel thirteen of land hundredths containing(1.13)one

Sunday night at 8 o'clock. Everyone -' acres, more or less In the South- We have 'em !
Li welcome. west Quarter (SWtf) of the .
Southwest Quarter (8W%) of .
I Section twenty-six: (26) Township -
IYYYYYYYYYYYTYYYIYYYYYYY Five (5) South, Range
Twenty-two (22) East, Bradford
County, Florida and being more

STATE FARM particularly For point described of reference as follows commence -:

at the Southwest Cornerof
said Section and run thence Blue GMC'Sgeneration
By Essie L. Crosby East alond the Southerly bound- Chip
ary of said Section a distance of
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAThe two hundred seventy-four and
AAAA nine tenths (274.9) feet, more or
NOWTODAYWe less to the Westerly boundaryof
DON'T DEIAYI COME Revival closed at Raiford the right-of-way of State

with dinner Road Number 200 thence
Baptist Church Sunday ; run
Service What We Sell North thirty-two (32) degreesand
on the grounds.Mrs. forty-two (42) minutes East

Tate Alvarez was hostess along distance said of Westerly two hundred boundary forty-a the new of trucks with over 500 improvements!

at a Tupperware party Thursday seven and twenty-three hund- :

G. I. MCGR1FF night. A large crowd attended. redths monument(247.23)on feet the to a Northerly concrete

Refreshments were served by the boundary of the right-of-way of
hostess. a graded road for point of be-
ginning. From point of begin- ,
ELECTRIC APPLIANCES Mr. and "Mrs. Don Ray Tfflej:! ning thus described continue
GENERAL
of Jacksonville spent the weekend North thirty-two (32) degreesand
forty-two (42) minutes East
Cor. Call & Walnut Sts. Phone 229 with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. along said Westerly boundary a .
distance of two hundred eighty-
J. Collins.
nine (289) feet to a concrete
Starke Fla. We are sorry to report the Ill monument: run thence North

L. C. Smith. He was con eighty-eight (88) degrees and
ness of
fifty-eight (58) minutes West a
distance of two hundred seventy-
eight (278) feet to the Easterly
boundary of the right-of-way of
former State Road Number 13;
I run thence In a Southwesterly
41 direction along said Easterly ,
boundary and along the arc ofa r+
(curve said curve having a r
radius of one thousand eight t'x' SON
hundred a w
sixty-one and eighty-
I It two hundredths (1861.82) feet
II t and being concave to the West,
I a chord distance of one hundred
eighty-seven and six tenths
(187.6) feet to the Northerly
boundary of the right-of-way of
aforementioned graded road said
chord bearing South ten (10) degrees -
I West; run thence South
II flxty-eeven (67 degrees and forty
(40) minutes East along said
I Northerly boundary a distance of
a one hundred sixty-seven (167)
feet to point of beginning.You .
and each of you are hereby
From notified that a DIll of Complaint
has been filed in the Circuit Courtof
Bradford County, Florida, In
Chancery by George J. Estes and i
Bethna Bates his wife as Plaintiffsand '.'
against you and each of youas
COLONIAL defendants; that the nature of
said suit is to quiet and confirm the
title of plaintiffs George J. Esteg
and Bethna Estes, his wife, to the ,
above described lands aa a fee simple -
title; and you are required to r
appear and serve a copy of your
FLORIST answer and pleadings on Plaintiffs' iI Smart looks and comfort!
attorney. A. J. Thomas Jr. whose passenger-car fu, 4n II '
address is Starke, Florida, and to Bias Chip peat
file the original of your answer or
pleadings in the office of the undersigned -

CORSAGESCUT April 18 Clerk, 1955,of otherwise Circuit the Court allegations on- e New Y8 engines-plus 6-cylinder horsepower increases, !
of said complaint will be tak-
en as confessed by you.
IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that
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each week for four consecutive I
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.... FRIHAY.. APRIT 1 .to ci
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I' .- Beta Sigma Phi I I Barry-Clark Easter Bunny Notice To Appear.To ,

: Robert C. Miller whose residence
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Has Rush Party I Will AppearAt 1 Shaw &and Company address, Macon is: c/o Georgia.1... A. Announcing The Opening 01 ,

Monday NightBeta Fashion ShowDear suit You forDivorce are hereby notified that a

custody control and sup STARKE RADIATOR \
port of minor SERVICES
.a Sigma Phi sorority mem Easter Bunny: has been children
filed
bers enjoyed a hamburger at against you In the
fry Boy. are we excited over yom above named Court and cause eau I
their Rush Party at the home of accepting the invitation to you are required to serve a copy of RECORDING OR ANY KIND OF RADIATOR
appeal your answer or pleading to the complaint -
Gladys Mooty the president, Martha Yancey, at our little folks fashion show or I on the Plaintiff Attorney REPAIRS

Phone 35 :Monday night. b April 7. All the boys and girls art and T.file Frank the Landrum Starke Fla. S ALL WORK GUARANTEED II
The 32 members rushees original in the office of
I and anxious to see and talk with you the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
present were attired In hats or before the 2
tacky so w /'ve decided to put you nigh t 1955 day of May

for which prizes were given to up on the stage where they areshowing said;Complaint otherwise will the be allegations taken as con of Temple Ave Green Bldg. Starke
Miss Lucille McRae Weds Nazworth
Gary Lucy Hinson for the most originalhat Jj ; off their new Easter tensed by you. TONY HAMS, ManagerS
.. f This notice shall be published ,
and Cuttino for the
Presbyterian" Church Ceremony, March 17"J. Myldred finery.. Now that you've told ushow once each week for four CO'lseeuUVtw..ks

tackiest hat. to decorate the stage to look in the Bradford County Tele- ,

I Games and charades were en- .V exactly like Bunnyland and Dottie P'&JL Dated this 30 day of March. 1955

.joyed during the evening following Simpson has agreed to be oui (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby That's Our Business

the hamburger fry which was held :'Aliee," the audience will fee!1 By Marian Clerk L Crosby.of the Deputy Circuit Court Clerk Cl s If It's Glass
We
"J. indoors. Have It!
like they are stepping right intc 4/1 4t 4/%%

The rushees honored were: Lucy 'mlt a. story book, won't they? CALL WRITE or VISIT

Hinson, Marion Meyers, Carolyn All of the little models are: NOTICE OF TAX APPLICATION DEED FOR 1/

a Edwards, Lucy White, Jacqueltoe( NOTICE.IS .ki Joe Peters Glass Co
I t f anxious to'get -started so"-we'veplanned 1JERKBY GIVEN, that
A.:T. Paul the ; J
holder
I Moorer, Kitten Conner, Emily K the first rehearsal at it certificates has flied of the said following
certificates
I Feeney Mildred Cnttino, Vera a.m. Saturday, April 2, and wev e for a tax deed to be Issued FOR ANY GLASS NEED't

Graudon, Peggy Godwin, Hanson >' got to remind them this Is r thereon. The certificate numbers W, Design Modern
," a verj and years of issuance, the descrip Store Fronts
I McMillan, Marilyn Firth, Coflette J Important meeting. Then Mondaj r tion of the property, and the names I Just Mail Us A Pattern for \\j
Skt In which it was assessed
;
Rosier, Muriel Gay and Phyllis after school are as fol
((3:30)) we are all J I lows: Table TODS
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OaJ Phillips. u going to get together to add the,, Certificate No. 15. \
I Tear of Issuance 1953. 1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville. Fla Phone 2-4353
finishing touches. Both
rehearsalswill
( <"rlptlon of Property SEV
of
Mr. and Mrs.
L. W. Barry of 1
Shower Is Given be at the Woman's Club building NW'4 of SWW, Sec. 25, T. 5 S R.
.
Brooker announce the engagement 22E.Name

For Mrs. WilliamsMrs. of their daughter, Jackie, to Edward of course. in which assessed: John Allen.
All of said
And the tickets property being In the
are, already on
S. Clark, son of Mr. and County of Bradford State of Flor
BUILD A GARAGEFOR
I. sale for 25 and 50 cents. Sounds ,I OQ
James Williams, the former Mrs. W. D. Clark of Leesburg. ida.Unless
like a real bargain for such such certificate or certi
an
q Maurice Jarvis, a recent bride, Miss Barry is a senior at Bradford ficates shall be redeemed according
I I extra-special show, but this Is one to law the property described In SPRING HERE
was honored at a lovely miscellaneous High School. Mr. Clark
I ,everybody will want to be such certificate or certificate will be
q ; shower Thursday night of !graduated from Leesburg High and sure sold to the highest bidder at the WHAT WINTER DOES
I see. courthouse door on the first
last week at the Church of God Monday
[School in 1952 and then enteredthe in month of May 1955, which Is SILL
parsonage, given by Mrs. Prescott University of Florida, whichhe I Well, so long for now, and well] 2 day of May 1955. the DEAR
TO CARS OH
VI, i be seeing you at the Woman's Dated this 1 day of April. 1955. G
attended until entering service (OFFICIAL O\
Gill.Attractive SEAL) Charles A. Darby
I Club, 8pm. Thursday, 7
arrangements of seasonal with the armed forces. He is now April Clerk of Circuit Court of Brad;
for Alice In Bunnylani] ford County Florida.
flowers were placed at pointsof stationed at Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo. 4/1 4t

interest In the party rooms for f7fi1; ,l..:I.J. : : : .. : ;. = -Junior Woman's Club NOTICE TO .U'PEIK 4/22 t

the occasion. WMU CirclesCircles la Circuit Court Bradford County

Games were played during the Gleaners Class Florida I. Chancery ,
J. H. Page Plaintiff, vs. Joan Neta
; evening and prizes were awardedto of the First Baptist Meets At Home Page, Defendant. ,

Mrs. Clyde Dempsey, Mrs. Warren Case No. 10-932 [tEllD
Church WMU will meet next Tues- \ntlre To Appear.

:C 1i'f Winkler and Mrs. Dorcas day at 3 p.m., as follows: -,Of Mrs. Coran To: Joan Net Page whoe resi-
I dence and address Is
: Unknown
Hicks. Lorena Circle with 1
Epperson I Tan
are hereby
Assisting Mrs. Gill In serving the Mrs. M. F. Hazen hostess; Daisy The Gleaners Sunday School 1 colt for notified that a C LOCAl TRADEMARK ....

22 Mrs. L. S. Williams. class of the First 'Baptist Church I Divorce
was
guests Fowler Circle. Mrs. Richard Law- baa been
riled
met Tuesday night at the home of against you In the
: I son hostess; Ida Darby Circle, Mrs. above named Court and cause ano
Mrs. Cula Coran with Mrs. Robbie you are required
to serve a copy ol
Garden Club Lavern Outlaw hostess; Dora Al- your answer or
Nichols as co-hostess. Followingthe pleading to the corn-
derman Circle, Mrs. Ada Alexander plaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney
To Meet MondayThe devotional by the class teach- E. K. Perryman Starke Florida I
;k hostess; Helen Masters
f Circle and file
r, Mrs. L. A. Canova, the class I the original in the office ul __ SEQVICESDERS'
(2:30 p.m.), Mrs. J. R. Taylor host-! the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
Starke Garden Club meet-I president, Mrs. Ed Tenly, appointed before the 2 day of May, 1955,

ing was postponed from Monday I ess.Night a committee to purchase an otherwise the allegations of said I jBt1/L J'UPPLI E =
Complaint
circles will meet Tuesdayat will be taken as confess-i
evening, because of the inclement Easter outfit for the underprivileged ed by you. _
fs. ; 7:30 as follows: Doris _
t next evening. p.m. child fostered This notice shall be published i a -
i'1. weather, to Monday being by the I 4S 1r333.
Knight Circle, Mrs. MozeUe Hurst once each week for four con .
ecu.
r: I The meeting will be held at 7:30 class as a special project for the five week in the Bradford
County>
and Mrs. W. S. Haas hostesses;
Telegraph.
o'clock In the Parish house on y'ear. i,
Annie Armstrong Circle, Mrs. Res- Dated this 29 ,
Church street, with Mrs. M. F. Methods of helping to combat (OFFICIAL SEAL Cnar March. 1955. !
sie Colson and Mrs. Julia Smith A. Dart> ., ..
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Hazen, president, presiding.Mrs. juvenile delinquency in our schools Clerk of the Circuit Court ., -' -' '- :_ ':: ,
hostesses; Ethel Biggs Circle, Mrs. By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy. Clerk :!i - -: -, =-- =:::::: : -,-- :
R. F. Young will demon and county were discussed, and i I u
M. A. Payne, Mrs. Guy Lee, Miss /1 4t 1//,%! '
strate the making of corsages and plans made to form a Council of I I
An Impressive double-ring ceremony matcmng accessories, complimented A. L. Edwards as hostesses; Lottie
members are asked to bring to the: Christian Fellowship to help lead
performed Thursday evening, with a red carnation corsage. Moon Circle, Mrs. W. B. Mundy Jr., To
meeting any available flowers they them to a Christian way of life. I DA.R
March 17, at 7 o'clock in the First Mrs. Nazworth, mother of the Mrs. G. JklcGriff Sr. hostesses Misery
have on hand for the demonstration. During the social hour the host-
Presbyterian Church, Starke, united groom, was gowned in aqua blue b\-OS !
THEATRESTARKE:
esses served refreshments to the er:
in marriage Miss Lucille Mc- with a red carnation corsage.
Hostesses will be Mrs. V. V. WCTU To Sponsor 14 members present.Achievement .
Rae, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Following the wedding, a reception FLA.

Barney E. McRae, to Gary Naz- was held in the home of Hazen Miss Clara Leaman, Mrs. Contest In SchoolMrs. L 4'
", fjt4" ,('. ,''' ; .. .
Mrs. P. J.
Kate Quattle- A
worth, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. the bride's brother-in-law and Sheppard, Day ''' ''' ;;

Nazworth. Rev. \V. S. McAliley, sister, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Harley, baum, and Miss Dorothy Ross. Jennie Thornquest, oldest Planned UQVIB TAJUTJ-UWl FAST REllV
By Friday and Saturday April 1 2 I
pastor, performed the nuptials. nIt member of the local WCTU, was ,

Pedestal baskets of white gladioli The bride's table was overlaida Carol Searing honored on Jler 87th birthday anniversary H. D. CouncilThe DOUBLE FEATURE

carnations, bridal wreath and with lovely white cutwork cloth when the group met last PEST CONTROL I

calla lilies stood against a back- centered with a three-tiered wed Has Birthday Party Friday afternoon in the Tabernacle Home Demonstration Coun- Old Overland Trail Bowery Battalion

ding cake topped with wedding annex. A beautiful cake was cil will hold its first AchievementDay TERMITESALL
of branched candelabra en-
ground Carol Searing celebrated her to Mrs. Thornquest and Friday afternoon, April 8, In With Leo Gorcey and the
twined with plumosos fern and bells. The cake was surrounded presented TYPES OF With Rex Allen
10th birthday Thursday afternoon,
with ruffles of white aquanet in was later cut by'the honoree and the Woman's Club building. Browery Boys
holding tall burning white tapers Mar. 26. with a party for 24 of her memberswill Household Commercial
which cast a soft glow over the terspersed with tiny sprigs of English friends. served with coffee. Home Demonstration GROVE Plus Serial "Superman" Chap. No. 9 and Cartoon for Children
Ivy and button chrysanthemums. The president, Mrs. Florence exhibit work in house furnish- SPRAYINGCall

setting. Balancing the centerpiece Contests were enjoyed duringthe Hippie, announced that four new ings, sewing home food, production for estimate

Preceding the candlelight cere- were crystal candelabra entwined party and prizes were awarded departments have been Inaugurated and conservation, home Florida LATE SHOW SAT. APRIL 2ND.

mony, Mrs. E. M. Davis, organist, to Freeman Register, in, Becky the grounds beautification, and crafts. Pest Control ,
with ruffles of aquanet and button and chairmen chosen for
rendered a program of nuptial Baker and Joan Ryan. & ALL SEATS 52c
chrysanthemums and holding tall coming year. An interesting con The public Is invited to see the display Chemical Co.
music and Miss Aliese Mrs. Carl Hunter and
Lawson" burning white tapers. Crystal compotes Burge test for Junior and Senior High from 1:30 to 4:30 p.m., and a 2220 NW. 6th St. Ph. 6035
soloist, sang "Always, "Because, Searing assisted Carol's mother in
held mints and nuts placedat School students will be, announced program will be presented at 2 Gainesville, Fla. '
end "The Lord's prayer"The serving and caring for the guests. ON 5
Intervals on the table. Punch soon. One new member and one o'clock.
bride had as her only attendant :Mrs. E. L. Cox is chairman of I
was served from a table overlaid honorary member were received at oGE
her sister, Mrs. F. M. WSCS Notice this event.IRecent. f* ta
with a white linen cloth. Mrs. W. this meeting. o
Crawford.F.
S. McAliley cut the wedding cake The next meeting will be held I SHEPHEKffSHMSYou'll
M. Crawford, brotherinlawof Three circles of the Methodist I I'I
29.Homemakers.
and Mrs. A. H. Harley, HI, and April Birth
the bride, served, as best man Mrs. Glenn Conner presided at WSCS will meet next week as

and the ushers were Barney E. the punch table. follows: Circle 1, Tuesday, 10 a.m., Class Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Crawford of

ItcRae Jr. and Glenn Conner. in the recreation building, Mrs. 'I Starke announce the birth of a a i
After spending some time with i
The bride, who was given 1 in their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Nan Wilma Dockstader hostess. Circle Is EntertainedThe I son, Robert Douglas, on March 25 H'i:1

marriage by her father, wore a worth left for a short weddingtrip 2, Monday, 3 -p.m., in the recreation :in the Starke Maternity Hospital. ; )

lovely waltz length gown of white building, Mrs. C. D. The Homemakers Sunday School

chantilly lace over satin. She wore to St. Augustine Beach. and Mrs. Henrietta Hunt hostesses. Class of the First Baptist Church IB Circuit .'flU rt, Bradford County

wrist length mitts. Her shoulder The bride Is a graduate of Brad Circle 3, Monday, :;3?p.m., at met Tuesday night, March 15, at i Donald Florida D. In Nlrmaler CIaaaruT.i .Plaintiff, vs. .?, .1 : ;;

length *vell was attached to a ford High School class of 195.{. the home of Mrs. J. W. Andrews, the home of Mrs. B. T. Thomas .Rose Mary Nlrmaler. Defendant. I'
Case No. 10-934
tiara trimmed with seed and Is Lake. with Mrs. Jack Hazen and Mrs
pearls. now employed as secretary Kingsley 'Older Of Publication And Notice To -,

She carried a cascade bouquet of to Judge George L. Patten, circuit Ronald Andrews as hostesses. I Rose Appears Mary State Nirmaler.Of Florida whose Toi resl- 'I .4

white iris and shattered carna judge. RecipesVanted During the business session, pre- denre and address Is: Route 2, New ::

tions with white satin streamers.Mrs. sided over by Mrs. Lavern Outlaw, Richmond, Wis. .
I The also attended Brad i You are required to appear on ,
Crawford, 'the matron of groom :Mrs. Russell Norman third class president, plans were made I IMar 2, 1955. in the above named I

honor, chose for her sister's wed- ford High School and has been vice-president of the Starke Worn for an inscribed silver cup to be Court and cause, wherein plaintiff __ __
and
control
divorce custody
ding a nftstel>> yellow gown with a employed by the Seaboard AirLine an's Club, has asked that all represented to each baby born to a seeks support of minor child.

full skin. She carried a nosegayof Railroad for the past three'ears. cipes for the Sadie Hawkins cookbook member of the class. Mrs. L. N. I Bradtora county 'lelegrraph shall

yellow aquanet and yellow Iris be turned in to her not later Pickering, class teacher, closed the publish weekly Issues.this Order In next four I i t \ r

and wore a matching bandeau in than Saturday. Mrs. Norman meeting with prayer. Witness my hand and official seal never find the televisIon! Ya. /,
her hair. Mr. and Mrs. Nazworth are now maybe hostess- at Starke. Florida, this March 39. repair experts at CHAS. C. / L\
the
After several e
reached by phone, 371-W or P.t t games 1955.
Mrs.McRae, mother of the bride, residing In the Aldridge apartment O. box 706. I[lea served refreshments to the 11 tOKFtOIAL SEAL) Charles A. DarbyAs SHEPHERD "asleep" on the ef

wore a blue with house on N. Water Street. members present Clerk of said Court job.Vre ready and waiting I
powder dress
I The next meeting will be at the, Chas.By Marian R. Hess L. Crosby., 20< Guaranty Deputy Clerk Life to put your set in tip-top shape. f ) ) t I Ii

Jacksonville, Florida. I I
fM f C.r home of Mrs. Susie Wilcox, 403 N. Eldg.
Attys. for Tlf. 4/1 4t 4/22
Cherry St.Wesleyan. -
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NOTICE TO APPEAR i

THE GLORY OF THE Guild la Circuit Court, Bradford County A'Y
_
Florida I In Chancery ::1:1i I
J Lillian Trubitz, Plaintiff, vs. Benjamin _
/ EASTER SUNRISEFOREVER Met At State FarmThe Trubltz, Defendant. _
Case No. 10-937 I
Votlce To Appear I
Wesleyan Service Guild met I ,To: Benjamin Trubitz, whose res. w
; ; l tI YOURS Monday night at State Farm homeof I Idence and address is: 11 Riverside
+ Drive, New York, New York. L ore5'6u15'4floAf
Mrs. Claude Johns. Mrs. Paul You are hereby notified that a

Bridges led the devotional and suit tor'DivorcE' f .
custody, control and support -
Mrs W. L. Blair reported on theGuild of minor child
DIe
roT lGN
meeting at Palatka and the has been filed against you In the I
above pamed Court and cause and
Guild weekend at Leesburg. Mrs. are required to serve a of
< you copy Plus "Black Dragon" Feature
y1i.l.vu P\\ ,, Nelson Green had charge of your answer or pleading to the complaint :
thS the Plaintiffs Attorney I
'till on i
I
'#
> and of the I
spoke duty
program T. Frank Landmm. Starke.
At4omtn EXAMPLE OF NATURE* the Guild members to work with] rida RCA Victor 17-inch Sunday, Monday and Tuesday April 3, 4, 5
CAMOUFtAGE FIO-I Trent. Lowest priced RCA
It) REPRtStHTE.0 and file the original In the
IN THE. TAPIR THt VOUNQ the young people and newcomersto 'he Clerk of the Circuit Victor TV. Cabinet 30% DOUBLE FEATUREA
:: COMPARE XRt BOPN WTTH STRIPES the city. A White Elephant sale or before the 2 day of May, i
:1955; otherwise the allegations of ,; smaller than prior models. Yank In The R.A.F. Jubilee Trail
AND AND SPECKS WHICH LATER was held with proceeds going toward said Complaint will be taken at' Ebony finish. Matching
SAVE!
tE DiaAPPCAg A5 THEM GROW the Guild project. confessed by you. Tucker
"Roll Around" stand onrheets Tyrone Power, Betty Grable Vero Ralston, Forrest
This notice shall be
publishedonce
$125 During the social hour Mrs. each week for fcur oonsecu | available! extra.
ca uo. There Is no Camouflage about Johns served refreshments to the rive weeks in the Bradford County !! Model 17S450. Plus Color Cartoon for Children

FOR BOTH RINGS 13 members and two visitors whoenjoyed Telegraph. i I
S \ the Beauty and Quality of the Dated this 30 day of March 1955.
IN 14K GOLD this meeting. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby Wednesday and Thursday April 6, 7
Feature
Lock rings at
H wedding Clerk of the Circuit Court II $159- sI
the BULLIMSTOX By Maa: :'an L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
STL1MOGIFT &
.S UDC To Meet 4/1 4t 4/%%: DOUBLE FEATURE

/ SHO.r. And a Diamond I.
1 NOTICE TO APPEAR I 1 I tl 1 Westward The Women I VICKI
1 i 1 never changes. Their extra I. The W. T. Weeks chapter, U. Hi Circuit Court. Bradford County .. !

!!s D. C. will meet Wednesday afternoon Florida In Chaacerr. I I
value, Brilliant Staling and I Mamie Jo butler \5, Robert C. Miller Robert Taylor, Denise Darcel Jeanne Crain, Jean Peters
April 6, at 3:30: o'clock at Defendant. I I
Everlasting Beauty make them
lOVElINESS the home of Mrs. RobertsSr. Case No. 10-936 |! 1
TOGETHER LOCKED TOGETHER FOR LASTING George I Plus Color Cartoon for Children
i
rings to be
cherished a lifetimeEasy In Lawtey with Mrs. Effie
in r;, U. Uouty of FEATURE lOCK InUrlocling! ting Lets U U Miner as cohostess. f; ".
I
Guth'', their noued! diamond effect. the diamond are nor terms to fit your bud FILL DIRT -

and! tvea look larger! See cur selection tadoyl get. Write for free booklet I
OES NoticeThe
Ta Show Detail "The Enchantment of Rings". GOOD RICH / a 0
e.brilliClnt I

Order of the Eastern Star}

I will meet Monday night at 8': TOP SOILSee

: ..pndtiki.....t.1ed ccl 3IlllJfl: LLL1 o'clock In the. Masonic Temple.


sruDio AND GIFT sNOp Executive BoardThe H. C. \WALL AGENCY
BILL JACKSON
J.I Ii1t. '
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't fJ executive board of the Jackson Transfer Company

,. Phone 2G3 Starke, Fla Starke Woman's Club will meet PHONE 146

-- Thursday afternoon, Apr. 7, at Phone 165 200 E. Call St. Starke, Fla.

t- 3:30 o'clock In the club lounge.

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.., PFC and Mrs. Bert Newcombof Dr. A. J. Barry will attend the Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Gentry and I I -
I U m
Camp Gordon spent the week- State Medical Convention in St.I daughter, Vida Jean, and Mrs.i be'
end with Mr. and Mrs. G. S. New- 'Petersburg Sunday, April 3'''Aslean Rigdon were in Jacksonville -I I an EARLY BIRD! !

comb.J. :through Tuesday, April 5. .,. Sunday visiting Mrs. Marian
D. Seymour and sons, Douglasand I A-3c Seeber R. Forsyth of Gun-'!Pennell of Boston, Mass. who was I I I I 1_
CJ6.61 Harold, attended the Braves- ter Air Force Base, Montgomery,)!:returning to her home after spend-
baseball in Jackson- is ten with his the two month's with the
Dodgers game Ala. spending days ing past

:; -:::: THE NEWS ville Tuesday. W. H.afternoon.Mrs. Phillips of Camp parents which, the he Seeber will be Forsyths stationed, after at-Rigdon.Gentrys and her mother, Mrs. Cut your Easter food bill at A&P Now

Gordon, Ga visited Mr. and Mrs. Palm Beach A. F. B. Jim Day of Thomasville, Ga. is
r I H. J. Waters on Sunday and Monday I Mrs. J. L. Gentry and daughter ,the new TV technician at Shep-

John ,Mixon entered Oestner I Rev. and Mrs. B. H. Rawls of Sgt. and Mrs. Phillips, the Vida Jean, and Mrs. Aslean Rig-!,]herd's Radio and TV Shop. SULTANA BRAND LIGHT MEAT
Clinic In New Orleans on Tuesdayfor High Springs were Tuesday eve former Delores Creekmore of i don attended the funeral of the,I I Mrs. L. S. Hutto celebrated her
an eye checkup.Mrs. ning dinner guests of Sheriff and Starke, returned this month from latter's sister, Mrs. Easter Ann'';73rd birthday anniversary on Mar. TUNA FLAKES'00"A&P's 19C
Wednesi i
I
G. S. Newcomb returned Mrs P. D. Reddish. three years In Austria.Mr. Rhoden, in Macclenny last 27th.Miss
home Sunday from Riverside Mr. and Mrs. Dave Paulk !and and Mrs. Donald Kelly and day. I i Goldie Runyon of Lakeland
hospital where she underwent an daughters Faye and Sylvia, attended children of Tampa spent Thursday i Mrs. Paul Wilhelm and Mrs.j'. 'was a recent guest in the Own SHORTENING I
: operation last week. the funeral of Mr. Paulk's to Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Alton ,William Hart of Miami spent Wed-: home of Rev. and Mrs. Harold E. =

I I Mr. and "Mrs. Charles Hardy aunt, Mrs.. Christine Corbett in Dobbs. .nesday to :Monday with Mr. and I Bullock. Con ,=
spent last Friday in Daytona on Willacoohee, Ga. on Sunday. Mr and Mrs. Lucian Conner and Mrs. Steve Simmons. :i YOU'LL LOVE the new Ester- EXO.Lb 69C
business. Ervin son, Douglas, and Lane Crosby Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Thomas Jr. brook parse-sbe fountain pens In
Andrews of Jacksonville
and son, Archie, spent Thursdayin .I pastel shades. Only $2.58 at Bradford
Mrs.,p..'l'I"'Nolinaad Mrs.-Riley spending two weeks with his spent the weekend In Miami visit- ..
Wasdin and daughter Linda, were I Mr. ing Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Callahan: Jacksonville -- :County Telegraph. BETTY CROCKER-White; Yellow, or Devil's Food
and Mrs.
parents; Reddish -- -- --
in Jacksonville Tuesday afternoon. Andrews before entering the Air Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bob Hudsonof I Airs. W. .. Blair, Mrs. Titus .. ......... ......... .. ...... .. ....
Mrs. Harold E. Bullock and Force. Palatka were Sunday guests of Olson, and Mrs. C D. Williams CAKE MIX 3 Pkgs 89C :':
daughter, Gaynelle, flew to Beaver i Mr. and Mrs. R. 0.Dansby.Mr. I attended the Wesleyan Service
:Mr, and Mrs. Merritt Williams weekend\ r 'UUU'1FOR
Falls, Pa. last week to conduct' and: Mrs. John Mixon and Guild conference at the Hitters E
spent the weekend with Mr. Wil Leesburg Youth Camp last Sat-
a series of revival meetings. children and Mrs. E. M. Davis
liams' parents, Mr., and Mrs. M. urday.On COOKING OR SALADS KETCHUP
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Kellum of visited Mr. Davis in Riverside
Tallahassee visited relatives in H. Williams, in Eustis. hospital on Sunday. Mr. Davis the moving list this week we QtBot
t Starke and vicinity Monday. After L. O. Woods of Ridgeland S. C. has been under observation at find. Mr. and Mrs. Robert McRae WESSON OIL 53C 2 14-oz
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i calling on Mr. and Mrs. J. T.'returned to his home last Friday Riverside for the past two weeks. and family are moving from the i Bottles P
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PAGE SLX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA \
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present a club constitution for gratification in the home of their son lessons and 38 were 100 per cent,. attorney A. J. Thomas. Jr.. whose before the

KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTSNEWS and to discuss other and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. members. address is Starke Florida, and to 25 day of April. 1955; County Tele
file the
original of
organizational business. Clinton Denny. !.Ir..and Mrs. Frank Wellhausenand pleading in the office your of the answer under-or otherwise the consecutive&I. day of March. 1955.

( OF KEYSTONE HEIGHTS AND VICINITY) Other members of the executive Mrs. G. W. Nutter ana Miss Betty sons called on the Strick- signed Clerk of Circuit Court on fessed Complaint by you.will be ) Charles A.Derby _
April 18, 1955, otherwise
the allegations of the
-
Circuit
By Mary K. Schaeffer Phone 4127 committee are George Massa, Feeney of Syracuse, N. Y. are lands Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Well- of said complaint will be taken This notice shall be Deputy Court Clerk

James Hetherington, E. T. Mar- guests of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kyleat hausen says this is the first time as confessed by you. once each week for four I/IS 4t 1/15

tin, Gerald Culberscn, Walter Par their home on Keystone Lake. she has been here in 18 years and his IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that !I' I ,
Order of -
The Keystone Heights Woman'sClub lee H. Barnette of the Southern Publication and Notice
sons, Bart: Holm, Francis Clark, Mrs. Irving H. Osborne of Stony he new hard roads and other Je forthwith published once each I \ I. '
held its regular monthly luncheon Baptist Theological Seminary, in week for four
and David Nelson. consecutive weeks In
almost made them
hanges lost
Creek Conn. is her son-in- get
at the club house on Tuesday Louisville, Ky. visiting he Bradford County Telegraph, a I '
The Civil Air Patrol will meetat law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. trying to find us. duly qualified newspaper publlshd k *
at 1 p. m. The club house was A general of the Women e in said County.
meeting Daytona Beach on April 16 and Allen Dean. We were glad to see May Hig- j

attractively decorated with flow- of the Community Church will beheld 17, (Sat. and Sun.) at city hall. .genbotham back at church Sunday seal Witness at Starke.my hand Bradford and official
The Altar Society of St. William's County, "
.g-s on each table. Following luncheon. next Tuesday night at gIn p.m. after from lorlda. this March 18, 195$.
They will discuss planning and recovering a serious \.r EARLY \
met at the home of Mrs. BIRD
Dr. Donald Christoffers [ the absence of the president I (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby \
furthering the activities of the C. peration. Clerk of
assistedby H. L. Morgan Jr. Thursday afternoon Circuit Court of
conducted the ,
I
program Mrs. David A. Nelson, Mrs. Bradford
A. P. We have 70 beautiful Parks County Florida.
county health nurse, Mrs Le- John Karges will preside. I J/18 4t 4/8 I Trade-in
Barred Rock hens that to
want
Claire, who showed a film on Detection I I I Mobile units of the C. A. P. met Ralph Thomas of the Generals we I -------
Mass at William's' ell since it is for to NOTICE TO APPEABB Special\
St will be at unhandy us
in Ocala Those attending Bureau hAs been transferred 1 .

of Cancer. The doctor an- on Saturday. 'Adjustment Clrtalt C art. Bradford Coutr. l I
at conclusion 11 o'clock this Sunday (Palm Sun- from Keystone Heights to Gainesville, from Raleigh, dispose of the eggs and get feed Floridl IB Chancery .
swered of
questions day). The summer schedule will for them. We have been getting arah Frances Dearmon Duffey i
the film. About 40 members and included Mr. and Mrs. Bert N. C. His wife and children are P Plaintiff John
Into ChriB-1 from 30 to 44 dozens of vs. Francis DUffer.j ,1
go effect on Easter Sunday eggs a
guests attended. Hostesses were toffers Sr., Bert currently visiting Mrs. Thomas' efendant. Case No. & .00
with week from them. We will sell them fcotlc To Appears $ j
masses always at 8 o'clock. |
Mrs. Myron Prevatt Mrs. Dan Confessions will Walter King.. Roy Browning, and I parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Reynolds for $2.50 each. To: John Francis Duffey. whose'
be
Sullivan, Mrs. Willis Chick, andQere heard in the Miss Jackie Collins. I of Keystone.Mrs. esldence and address-Is: 530% Ham-I \
.
church from 4:30: to 6 p.m. on Holy Iton Street, Rogers Heights, :
? Schaeffer. The c. .A. P. has obtained a Ruth Shockey has moved NOTICE TO APPEAR and.You MarT-I
Saturday. I into the Starke home of her son, I. ClrcBlt Oart. Bradford City are hereby notified
Saturday, April 2, Is the day for Mark this date sub-lease from Roy Browning, of "'tArUat I. rhaaerry.Maine I suit for divorce and \ \\ AWeek1
on your social the sky-tel building, which was a E. T. Shull, who baa moved his Hort Ferguson. Plaintiff vs. of maiden name
the Woman's Club Rummage Sale. calendar: April 29. That Is the day former at :I family and his business to Jack- Catherine Joyce Ferguson. Defendant has been filed against you In the \
hospital '
It will be held In the building of the Ladies' building Key Case No. 10-875 above named Court and cause and \ \ 0
Episcopal Straw- stone Base. sonville. In the absence. of the Notice T. Appear /t4
S. E. Air They plan to share I you are required to serve a copy of Alter TradH1
formerly occupied by McKay
berry Festival to be held on the with other !hills, Mrs. Shockey will take To: Catherine Joyce Ferguson, your answer or pleading to the
Real Estate office. Your patronagewill lawn of the. church I the. building civic or-{I. whose last known address was: 1049 complaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney Ii,
starting at ganizations. { be appreciated. 5:30 p. m. Mrs Hunter McElrathwill : Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Shull Jr., You are hereby notified that a Pullding. Jacksonville, Florida \ \ i 11
All members of the First Baptist be In The next meeting will be on suit for and file the original In the office
charge. April 8 at 8 p. m. at Keystone and son, Gary, of Atlanta, are Divorce and restoration of of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on I
Church are urged to attend The Keystone Heights Community -, guests of Mr. Shull's aunt, Mrs. maiden name or before the I ,
Air Park. baa been filed against you In :h 8 25 day of April, 1955:
cervices this Sunday at 10:45: a. m. Church Men's Club will elect' Oscar Rich. above named Court and cause and otherwise the allegations of said : \ Brand New 1955 I :
Mrs. !
H.
L. Morgan Jr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Fremont Tolles entertainedsix you are required to serve a copy of Complaint will be taken as confessed -
and 8 pjn. to hear Rev. John officers for the newly-formed club George; Schaeffer attended P. T. A. your answer or pleading tr the by you. I
Warrensteen Jr. who will be the at the regular monthly tables of bridge at her home, complaint on tho Plalitlff I This notice shall be published
meeting, on county council at Clay Hill Attorney Alan C. Winters, Jr., SOS each week for four consecutive f
guest speaker at both meetings. Monday, April 4, at 7:30 p. m. March 23. ast Friday afternoon. Mrs. Tolles Florida Title EMllding, Jacksonville week In the FRADFORD COUNTY PHILCOREFRIGERATOR /

Rev. Warrensteen, a candidate for The meeting will be held In the Mr. and Mrs. Willis P. Chick said this was one part of a two- Florida TELEGRAPH.Dated this 23 day of March, 1955. \ \
have and file the original In the office oi
part party. She planned to '
the pastorate of the church, comes Community Church. President pro- left last Friday morning for their the Clerk of the Circuit (fnur nnor : (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby

highly recommended by Dr. Hen- tern, Charles Smith, plans also to home in Conway New Hampshire.I another six tables on Tuesday evening before the 11 day of April 1955;; By Marian Clerk L. Crosby of the, Circuit Deputy Court.Clerk
otherwise the allegation! of said
As this was going to press,
3/25 4t 4, 15
Enroute, they planned to visit with 1 Complaint will be taken as confessed
the winners at the
only names of
by
relatives in Levittown, N. Y., New. you. NOTICE TO APPEIR
first party were available. High This notice shall be published
In Circuit Court, Bradford ,
bury, Mass., and Waterboro,, once each week for four consecutiveweeks County
I
: prizes: Mrs. Al Nelson, and :Mrs. Florida In Chancery. >
,
in the Bradford County Telegraph
Maine. Mrs. Chick has been activeIn Howard Parsons. Jr.. Plaintiff. vs _
Everett Fox. Low prizes: Mrs.
Winifred
Mary Parsons. Defendant
the Woman's Club, and a Dated this r B day of March 1955. Case 10-924 i'I . .
No.
staunch supporter of the library.I Huntley Redfearn, and Mrs. Don (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darbj Notice To Appenr _____
Christoffers. Clerk of the Circuit Court '!
; To Mary Winifred
Their friends will be happy to. Winners of high scores at the: By Marian L. Crosby, Deputv Clerk whose: residence and address Parsons is 929 .....
know they plan to return In the Z/ll 4t 4/1 I Minnetonka Avenue, Absecon New i!
: Duplicate Bridge Club on March IIILCO
Jersey. i iYou
fall and build a home on their lot . .
14 were: 1st, Miss Hilyer and Mrs. NOTICE TO APPEAR are hereby notified that a I i
at Crystal Lake.Henceforth IB Circuit Court Bradford Couaty, suit for divorce custody, control
Hook; 2nd, Mrs. Allen Graham and: Florida In Chancery. and support of minor children ,, .... = "-i '
the Thrift Shop will L I u : : :
daughter; 3rd, Mrs. A. E. Ketchum Max Weiss. Plaintiff, vs. Ruth has been filed against you In the I :: : :: :..
be open from 2 to 5 p. m.; on Friday Weiss, Defendant. above named Court and cause and .u_c........
\ and Saturday, noon to 5 p. m. and Mrs. George Phelps. Case No. 10-860) you are required to serve a copy of '
; Winners on March 22 were: 1st, Notice To Appear your answer or pleading to the complaint -
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Beltz, of To Ruth Weiss on the Plaintiff's AttorneyT.
: whose residenceand
; Mr. and :Mrs. Gordon Adams; 2nd Frank Landrum, Fla. r-- :
address is: 1911 Albemarle Starke cLir
Buffalo, N. Y., have been guests of .
and tile the original In the officeof I lf
Mr. and Mrs. Fremont Tolles; 3rd. Road. Breoklyn. New York. .
their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. You are hereby notified that a the Clerk of the Circuit Courton
Mrs. W. P. Boyd and Mrs. E. Aik- suit for or before the
and Mrs. Manown.
Voyle
Divorcehas 25 day of April, 1955;
of four of otherwise the allegations of said
Daughters
Keystone'sbest ; ens.The been filed against In the I
club meets every Monday at you Complaint will be taken as confessed -
bridge players are "doin' whatcomes above named Court and cause anc i
t : nacherly" and have formeda i 8 p. m. In the Woman's Club. you are required to serve a copy of This by you.notice shall be publishedonce ,
\ N. W. Hardenbergh Jr., vice your answer or pleading to the each week for four consecutive
M :, .. Junior bridge club. This week, complaint on the PlaintiffsAttorney weeks in the Bradford County Tele- I
: and the II
president cashier of Key T. Frank Lanrum, graph. I
Miss Sue Siprelle was hostess. I
I stone. State Bank at Keystone Starke, Floridaand Dated this 23 day of March. 1955
I
V Playing with Sue were, BobbeBastedo file the original In the officeof (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby ,
Heights, has been appointed a cochaIrman the Clerk of the Circuit
Court
and i on Clerk of the Circuit Court
Ann
Mary Morgan,
1$ LA before the i
or
of the Clay County Savings I By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk <
Bobbin WelcheJ. 11 day of April 1955; \
4t '
J/25 4/15' ,
CATHY SOREY radio star of WLOF L. W. Pike of Ala. Bonds Committee. The appointment otherwise the allegations of said I _ I II \
popular "Every Birmingham,
woman
says Complaint will be taken I
was announced by V. H: as con NOTICE TO CREDITORS j II
knows best spent a few days with his friend i 'teased by y.ou. la The Court of the County Judge, II I
light Karo is for cooking. and" on the table, it's Northcutt of Tampa, State advisory This notice shall be
Jesse E. Lewis, and left for San I publishedonce I I Bradford County, Florida, I
II
chairman for the Savings p each week for four consecutive IB Probate.
Jose, Cal. to be with his brother, weeks in the Bradford County Tel IN RE: Estate of Minnie Alford De I
dark Karo for me the best-tasting stopping enroute at St. Mary'sCa. Bonds Division. :graph. ceased. I e
Dated this 9 day of March. 1955. To All Creditors and Persona Hav

.............. ,........ (OFFICIAL Clerk SEAL) Charles A. Darby lag Said Claim Estate or Demand Agnluritt
Miss Sara Gibson of Bartow of the Circuit Court t
eating syrup of 'em all By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk; You and each of you are hereby
4A spent the past weekend with the 2/11 4t 4/1:[ notified and required to present any -
E. C. Weichels. LONG BRANCII claims and demands which you, or 'c..
NOTICE TO APPEAR either of you. may have against the
Yes, indeed..biscuits go like hot cakes when A letter received from Mrs I la The Circuit Court ot Bradford estate of Minnie Alford deceased. PHILCO 12$1

S you pour on plenty of delicious dark Karo... Betty Valdez (who was Betty by Mrs. J. 1.. Strickland Jeanette County.Rhoden Florida., I" Chancery. late Judge of of said Bradford County County to the, Florida County
Plaintiff vs. Paul
the:33' nothing like it for good eating. Satis- Sanders) reveals that that much- and Jimmy Lung T. Rhoden Defendant. at his office in the court house of

fyin' flavor. So rich it stands right up on top traveled lady is back in Florida Case No. 10-910 said within County at Starke, Florida, 12/2!
\ ,Notice To AppeariTo eight calendar months from HUGE CU. FT.
:: of biscuits (keeps 'em light and fluffy). Keep and Is employed as medical secretary : .;:: & & A I I : Paul T. Rhoden. whose real the time of the first publication of TWIN-SYSTEM PHILCO
r Karo table and to the Chief at the dence and address is: Baldwin, Flor this notice. Each claim or demand
;+ 1. on your morning, noon night Surgeon Manning underwent surgery ida. shall be In writing, and shall state Air Conditioned to keep precious foods fresher
...it tops anything! Air Base Hospital in Orlando. She in Duval Medical Center on Wed 'You are hereby notified that a suit the place of residence and post office your

plans to visit old friends In Key nesday of last week and is making 'I for Divorce address of the claimant. and
shall be
I has been filed sworn to by the claimant, 9
against In
the
Ask your grocer for DARK Karo, in pint and quart bottles stone Heights soon. a remarkable recovery. She asks above named Court and you cause and agent, or attorney. and any such p Your chance of a lifetime to get top

Lt. Colonel and Mrs. David A. the prayers of all praying people you are required to serve a copy of be laim void.or demand not so filed shall.' 'I i doUarforyouroutdatedsmalcapadyLI
your answer or pleading to the
Nelson are in Cambridge, Mass and we hope she will soon be with on the Plaintiff's Attorney complaint henry Williams, As administrator ever Again I refrigerator! Trade up now to this big,

for the wedding of their daughter,' her family again. I Green & Green Starke Florida I, of deceased.the Estate of Minnie Alford, % ultra modern 1955 Philco. Two appliances .

The Turnpike Will Get YOU Marilyn to Richard Crowell in the;,I Nettie Carter says quite a few of and the file Clerk the of original the Circuit in the Court office on First publication March 25, 1955. win your oM refrigerator in one cabinet! Huge 2.3 cu. ft.
'or before the 3/25 U 4/15 b. worth o* freezer plus completely automatic
Chapel of Boston University, on people still send her mail to Law-
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I 18 day of April. 1S55: nwch at It Is today refrigerator. Defrosts itself. No
Saturday. April 2. It will be several and sometimes she doesn't otherwise NOTICE TO APPEAR controls
tey the
Ii You Don't Watch Out! weeks before the Nelsons return to invitations to showers, etc. gelI 'Complaint ed by will allegations be taken as confess of said In Florida Clralt In Court.Chanrtry.Bradford Coanty, on this trod",offer. to set. Double Depth Dairy Bar.

Keystone Heights.Mr. they are over. She says, "Please I This you.notice shall be publishedonce L. P. Snyder, Plaintiff, vs. Sara HURRY-Quantities limited I

Just Like It Got Clyde Bailey! and Mrs. Axel Malmgrenhave send my mail to Maxville, then I'll weeks each in the week Bradford for four consecutive, Snyder Notice ,To Defendant.Appear Case No. 10-926
County Tele
had as their guest, Mrs. get It." graph. To: Sara Snyder, whoe residenceand

Recently a headline appeared in a Youngstown. Ohio Malmgren's aunt, Mrs. James J. Prayer Meeting at Everett Man (OFFICIAL Dated this It day of March 1955. You address are hereby is: Unknown.notified that a

newspaper announcing the dismal fact that Clyde BIdleman of Santa Ana. Calif. Mrs.,' ning's last Friday night was well I Clerk SEAL of th.).,Charles Circuit A.Court Darby suit Divorcehas for C. H. NASWORTHYGENERAL

Bailey's truck stop had been sold-a victim of the Bidleman left for home yesterday. attended and enjoyed by all. We By Marian 1. Crosby, Deputy Clerk been filed againt you in the

:Mr. and Mrs. William W. Saegerof : hope to hold a meeting at Jim S/18 4t 4/8 above named Court and cause and
Ohio Toll This of -
new Turnpike. was only one many you are required to serve a copy of:
Wilmington Del., and :Mr. and Kornsby's home near Starke this NOTICE TO APPEAR your answer or pleading to the complaint SUPPLIES
such items that have been published in that area Mrs. I la Circuit Coart. Bradford COWl'.
Hubert
Jones of New Port ,Friday. r. on the Plaintiffs
since the opening of the Ohio Turnpike. Clyde H. Richey, have been Lois Florida Loretta IB Cltaoecr7 Attorney J. Donald Gibson, 100' 232 E. Call St. Phone 198-J
visiting Mr.and The cold wind Sunday kept some Carter Plaintiff, vs. Smith Building, Jacksonville I,
Bailey had a thriving restaurant and repair busi Mrs. Charles T. Smith. folks home and we dropped backto Wiley David Carter Defendant. Florida Starke, Fla
ness handling more than 100 trucks daily before the Mr. !V PftHA---- _Vrt'V. lali 6V-V66 and file the original in the office of
and Mrs. Herbert L. Dennyof I 55 In Sunday School. Forty- tfre T. Appears the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or:

opening of the turnpike. Two months after the pike South Orange, N. J. have been eight of these had studied their I residence To: Wiley and address David Carter is: 6194 whose Con-

opened, his business went on the acution block. cord, Detroit 11, Michigan.

Bailey couldn't attend the sale. lie was hospitalizedby Ult You for are hereby notified that a

a heart attack brought on by worry and grief. child Dlvorc and support of minor BUSINESS DIRECTORYFor

This thumbnail tragedy might seem far away and of nas been filed against you rn the

little concern to Floridians now-but it could be above named Court and cause and

closer than we think! It would doubtless be reenacted YOU four are answer required or to pleading serve :a copy to the of Reliable, Dependable Service and Merchandise

times if the state-long toll complaint on the PlalntlfTf:
over proposed
many Attorney Alfred C. Scott. 106
road is constructed. The effect of a turnpike will be Florida Smith Building Jacksonville. Shop These Starke Business Firms .

the same, whether it is routed down the East Coast, and file the original In the office of

the West Coast. or through Central Florida. If that the>r before Clerk the or the Circuit: Court on -.- _--

even happens, Clyde Bailey won't be just the name 7 18 day of April 1955:

of someone in Ohio-he will be the restaurant owneron iii. 4- otherwise Comolalnt the will he allegations taken ai confess-of gall COMPLETE STOCK DRY CLEANING HERB'S

Main Street of OUR town, or the service station W 'd hy you

opened, his business went on the auction block. : flute This each notice week shall for four t>.eonsecntlvt published MOTOR PARTS KING KONE

who has just invested his life savings in a modem weeks rr''ph In the Bndford County Tele- FORGARAGES WE CAIUOR

motor court. Yes Clyde Bailey might even be Dated this 17 day of March. 1955. DRIVE-IN
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. uaroj AND AND DELIVER
YOU! Clerk of the Circuit Court
The simple truth of the matter is that Florida would By Marian L. Crosby Der.i, Clerk FILLING STATIONS Phone 135 Package Milk Shakes
I/IS it /! And
need no turnpike if two or three of its main north For Delivery _

south highways were widened and improved to take IB The Circuit Court Of Florida. CALL 203' KING KONESSTARKE

care of the traffic that they could easily handle. For Eighth Bradford Judicial CountIn Circuit/. !. And NEW METHOD

ever happens, Clyde Bailey'won't be just the name J kc *; ;i : S.: N. Chanrery.BROWN AND LUCILLE CLEANERS I DELICIOUS.

we ask, and no one has yet given a satisfactory answer BROWN his wife. Plaintiffs, vs Motor Parts Co. REFRESHING

should Florida be subjected to the disrupting ref AUMAND rendant!'!. B. KREPT. et at. De Temple Ave. Bob Green 315 Temple Are. _ _ _

influence of a turnpike? Why jeopardize property ORDER NOTICE OP FrULICATIOV TO APPEAR AND _ _ _ -J-I -

values wipe out millions of dollars worth of invest THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO:

ments and tourists their rightful privilege to P. C Hollingsworth and Annie P.
deny Honingsworth. who*<> residence and CONEY ISLAND BEST MEATTHICK
address la Starke. Florida "
see ALL Florida? : HIGH TESTED

Clyde Bailey and his ruined business have become a Armand Armstrong B. Krept and;husband Cecilia, Josephine John- WALL SANDWICH SHOP IN TOWN

symbol-a tragic symbol of economic chaos that M. Armstrong: Agnes L. Skelley; FOREMOST ICE CREAM
Ora L. Mullins. 11. B. Hawk: and O
must not be allowed to blight Florida. It need not wife, Mrs. S. M. Hawk; Miss Mamie CONCRETEBLOCKS AXD MILK '

come, and it WILL not come if the great mass of L- -. __ I Mathllde Oriffl: John Thomas B. ;Thomas Bertha and McWaln wife:, Sandwiches Of .111 Kind FULL LINE

people in Florida who are opposed to a "Chinese if alive and the unknown spouse of Open 8 ajn 10:30 pjn.
ach of them if alive. and If any GROCERIESEDWARDS
Wall" down the middle of the state rise up in righteous of them be dead to the unknown ALL DAY SUNDAY .

indignation and make their voices heard. pouse.l legatees. .heirs.assignees.devisees.creditors grantees and, And Tenth Street

We are convinced that a state-long toll road is not ther claimants, by. through, underor
frown's from Mother against each and of the READYMIXEDCONCRETE
in the best interest of Florida in general and our Iy Nature, not above named persons.every who are deceased TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTSchwinn Grocery & Market

immediate section in particular. We urge our readers from worry. I've nine lives-and no valuable ,!I or: and claiming all other any persons rlpht title having Bicycles Ph. 218 South Walnut St.

to join the ever-growing army of common sense lien or interest In or to the follow

I i ing lands situate' in Bradford County AM REPAIRING ___________________
fret about
Floridians who determined that Florida's free papers to ,, .....,
are 1 Florida, to wit: Phone 94 SAWS FILED F. """- "' = """ .m .

highways will not become ghost routes pockmarkedby Northwest The Southwest Quarter Quarter of Section of the 33.Township LAWX MOWERS REPAIRED

dead and dying businesses such as the ones that 6 South. Range 2! BRADFORDENGINEERING
YOUR VALUABLE PAPERS HAVE O ZE lift PUT THEM IN East. containing: 40 acres more Simpson Bike Shop
have ruined Clyde Bailey and many others along toll or less except that portion CO. OPEN SUNDAY
thereof conveyed to Bradford S. Walnut St
roads wherever they are built.Don't A SAFE DEPOSIT BOX WITH US AND! END YOUR WORRY! County Florida, bv Deed executed .
AAAAAAAAAAAAAlAAAAAAAAAA.WELDING
let YOUR business become a turnpike casualty.There's : January IS, 1955.; recorded In '_. ----- -Jl--------F
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Deed Book 79. Page Public 7:30 10:30
3S9. -- A.M.
a group of conscientious Florida business Records of Bradford County. _ _ _

people working to fight the interests behind the purposes.Florida for road right of way 24 Hour Service I 12:30 8:00 P.M.

establishment of a toll turnpike in our state. For You and each of you are hereby
notified that a Bill of Complaint ALL KINDS AUTO REPAIRS
further information and to offer your support write: has been filed In the Circuit Courtof CAST IRON BRASS FULL
FLORIDA BANK ft STARKE Bradford County. Florida, In mEeKER SERVICE LINE OF
All Florida Free Chancery by S. N. Brown and Lucille CAST STEEL GROCERIESWEST
Highways Association Brown his wife as Plaintiffsand Phone 9118
against you and each of you CUMBER'SWELDING
P. 0. Box 5006, Jacksonville, Florida as defendants: that the nature of ENDGROCERY
Member Florida National Group said suit is to quiet and confirmthe THOMAS TRUCK SHOP
title of plaintiffs S. N. Brown
Chalmers D. Home James G. Harper
Phone 248-J
and Lucille Brown his wife to the TERMINAL
President Secretary above described lands as a fee simple Vi Mile South on SOl Cor. 10th & Thompson

-- appear title and: and serve you a are copy required of your to _j.__ -_ _ _ _ _ _
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH 8TABKE, FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN
FRIDAY. APRIL 1, 1953
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ChurchSat. yy..yyyy.yyyyyyyyyy..yyyyyyyyyyyy.y..y..yyyyyy _
Presbyterian
COLORED I.,- -- --. :. __ -.'. c_ ,: __ _,_ _- .i ..? -: i _-=S'i; (_:.:_-:_=_-: :-:!
w ous NEWS OF INTEREST TO
., 3 p. m.Adult Choir prac-

tice.Sunday School 9:45 a. jn. Com- CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY 1- BIG

munion meditation by the minister, By Ozora Johnson Editor BARGAIN BLOW.OUT !

observance of the Lord's Supper,, . .. .. ..... ............ AAAAAAAA
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11 a. m. Youth Fellowship 6 p. m..
Operetta on April 6 a. m. to 4 p. m. Monday thru Fri- "'-"' -
Joe Harden and Calvin Pace, hosts.
I I REVIVAL AT DEDAN The Primary department of RJE day.
Methodist Church Evening Worship, "Now We Receive ;
Revival services will begin at I God's Promises," 7:30: p. m. Elementary will be the first groupto SPORTS -i

Saturday Pastor's member- Dedan Baptist Church on Apr. 4. Mon.- Fri., 12 noon. Holy Week present their school closing The R. J. E. varsity Tigerettes ;-:s-

ship class 10 a. m. Song service starts at 7:30: p. m., services at First Methodist Church. program on Wednesday, April 6'j defeated the female faculty in a'I :=::::::
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with preaching at 8. The evangelistic at 8 p. m. in the new school cafe-I thrilling basketball game last FrI- =:::
School 9:45a. Wed. 7:30: p. m.. Prayer Meeting.
Church
Sunday speaker will be Rev. C. A. Thurs., 3 p. m., Junior Choir torium.: The teachers have worked day night by a score of 1518. The
11 a. m.
Worship
Morning
m. Crosby of Penney Farms. practice. very hard training these small high point persons were Coaches
Communion Meditation and Sacrament children to do "Sleeping Beauty." Butler and a guest player from =:
of the Lord's Supper. Chil- OAK GROVE REVIVAL :;:::
Prince Charming will be played by Darnell-Cookman faculty of .Jack- ;:;::
dren will be received into Church Revival services begin Mon., Apr. At The TabernacleRev. William Watson Pierce Jr., Sleeping sonville. A game is being planned
membership. Recreation Time 5:30p. : -t, at 7:30 p. m. at Oak Grove Bap- Willetta ;:. wes tTOt
Beauty by Betty Wy- between the faculty women of .
:
Fellowship Supper for in- Church and continue W. Giles of Jackson- ::-
m. tist nightly I Harry
singer, and the Old Woman by these two schools soon. Watch for
termediates and Seniors. 6:15 p. m. with Rev.E C.Harvey of Highland ville will present "Wonders of Prophecy Sonjia Williams. A large cast, the date. I II

Worship Service fOr MYF Groups Baptist Church in charge. The pas Fulfilled," beautifully illus which will Include king, queen,I CIIURClIltI'EWS y/////nr?
6:45 m. Evening Worship Serv- tor W. C. Collins, invites the trated In colored slides, In the
: p. Rev. Thru Sat. 2
Prices Good April
attendants, and fairies, is being New Bethel Baptist Church, Rev.A. Quantity Rights Reserved ,
ice. The Youth Choir will have public to attend. Tabernacle annex tonight (Fri
trained to entertain you by Alta- Vinson pastor will hold regular
charge of this service, composedof day) at 7:30.:
mese Chandler. Mable Jenkins Palm Sunday and Communion
solos, duets, and choir numbers, in-WAY CILPELAssembly Del Monte
:Music is being prepared for a
( of God) Elizabeth Givens and Alma Mof- service on Sunday. Sunday school
7:30 m.Monday.
I p. Christ-centered Easter observanceon fett, with Frances Pierce in will start at 9:30 usual.
as
Harold E. Bullock, Pastor chargeof
through FrIday-Union Sunday, Apr. 10. music. Don't miss the Easter Allen Chapel A.M.E. Church No. V/2 Can
, Pre-Easter services sponsored by Sunday School 10 a. m. Worship The PEACHES E S 29CSmooth
Dinner
Fellowship markingthe Parade by another group of primary will have the Holy Eucharist at
the Starke Ministerial Alliance Hour 11 a. m., "The King Comesto 22nd anniversary of the Mis- children. A small donationwill 7:30 Sunday night. Services will


12 to 12:30.Monday': Town. Evangelistic Hour 7:45: sion Hall and Tabernacle work,
John
be asked at the door. All parents be conducted all day by Rev.
Fourth Quarterly p. m., "Pall Bearer's Field Day. will be given in the annex Monday relatives and friends are invited Groover, pastor. The. District Con-

Conference with Dr. R. E. Rutland,, Special feature: 10 questions to be night, Apr. 11, with a suitable to attend this musical drama. ference was recently held at New- Shortening (Limit 1 with $5 or More Order)
,District Superintendent. 'presiding answered by the congregation from .
program.HIGHLAND Career Week April To 8 berry, at which time the Junior
Wednesday Children's Bible I Acts, Chap. 5. Eye-witness reports
Theme for the recent 'Choir under the direction of Mother Lb Can flC
Story Hour 3:30 p.m.'Bible Study of the Oral Roberts healing campaign ................ ....... meetingof Pullum rendered several selec 3
the Florida State Teachers Association SNOWDRIFT S
and Prayer 7:30 p. m. Jacksonville.
was "Education For tions. Sally Randolph sang several
Thursday Youth Choir Re Wednesday Gospel Fellowship I
solo and furnished the mu
hearsal, 6:30 p. m. Chancel Choir Hour 7:45 p. m. "Majoring In Leadership In Human Relation. parts
rehearsal, 7:30 p. m. Majors." During career week at RJE high sic. The group was transportedby

Kirn. Norman school much will be said in that\ Joseph Johnson, newly appointed
My Lacy Vac PacASTOR
Stewart of the church, while
same vein. Tuesday, April 5, will

'AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAASunday be Armed Forces'Day and M. Sgt. the Missionary group was repre-

Braxton of Gainesville Recruiting sented by President Elizabeth Giv Lb Can
School 9:45: a. m. each
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FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH ens. Some attending the COFFEE
I I Sunday. Worship service 11 a. m. Station will give some "StraightTalk persons
about Staying in School." conference included John Given,
and 7:30 p. m. Prayer meeting
STARKE, FLA. each Wednesday 7:30 p. m. Other consultants during the week Lester Jackson, Sonja Williams

Miss Ruby Austin and Donald will include representatives in Elementary I Sylvia Ford, May Lois Morris,

Mosely were united in marriage Ed' *ation, Medical Serv- Willetta Wysinger and others. I Hershey's (Limit 1 with Other Purchase)
REV. LEWIS D. HAINES. Pastor ices, Secondary Education, Agriculture -. Mt. Pisgah A.M.E. Church of!
Monday evening in Folkston, Ga. ,
Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town The bride is the daughter of Mr. Trades Library Science,, Lincoln City has"a pastor with a I' Lb Bag
"Forward Look. Several weeks
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Mortuary Science, Cosmetologyand ,, 39CU.
Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 and Mrs. Eugene Austin. The" [ SUGAR S 5
I groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. others. We would have the ago Rev. E. L. Walker presented
this office with two sermonnettes
|RJE
Hill. We high school seniors know ;
Brooksy Mosely of Clay I
'about the ahead and I, on Palm Sunday and the other
opportunities qne
Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 8:00 P.M. wish them much happiness.
that from high school they cal1get i lon Easter. Both are very fine
Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:45 P.M. Evelyn Norman, Janette Griffis
: and Beedie Mae Harvey attended on the road to progress and I and I wish we had space to print

keep pace with progress. Perhaps; them. This Sunday is Palm Sun-
Midweek Service Wednesday, 8:00 P.M. Homecoming here Sunday.Mr. .
and Mrs. Cecil Hardee and some of these students have nc I day. "Go To The Church Of Your S. Govf. Graded Good Heavy

Hear the Sunday Morning Service over WDVH at children returned Saturday aftera ,I idea as to the career they would I Choice But By All Means Go."

11 a.m. Regular Broadcast Every 1, 3, and 5 Sunday.MOVING visit to Tampa. like to enter. Choosing a caree' P T A & Hobby Club "ChitChat"The

I Mrs. Clara Boone of Jacksonville is not a simple matter. PTA and teachers of Thurs-
_
.
u ton are buying a three EAT RITE BEEF SALE!
spent the weekend here with I This week is planned to help I Elementary I
.. relatives.Mr. juniors and graduating seniors speed radio-phonograph for the

I and Mrs. Vernon Griffis of. find their interests and special aptitudes school. There is a banking systemin

Jacksonville were Sunday guestsof and note facts about per operation at Thurston Elementary

the Albert Normans. sonality traits which would make school also. Principal Price

Edwin Griffis of Fort Bragg N. them succeed in any occupational stated that the pupils have saved

-- C. Is spending a 30 day furlough choice. The joint planning committee quite a bit of money which they

LOCAL Safe PHONE with his parents. of Clay and Bradford countiesis I will withdraw the last day of STEAKROUND
school. of them to
Many plan use
OR composed of J. E. Ferguson,

LONGDISTANCE Dependable 311 .....y .....y..y.... general chairman, T. H. Maree M.I'it for spending during their vaca
EconomicalR. tion. The Thurston and
pupils
Jones, M. Saxon, F. S. Pierce
OR Kennedy, and E. R. Shell. E'I teachers have planted a vegetable
B. Alvarez LAtYTEY\ steering committee includes Principals garden which contains collards,

For AND ,string beans okra, watermelons,
I Agents TRANSFER i 250-J Saxon Thompkins and Supervisor or CUBE orSIRLOIN
Dfclcher Bros. STORAGE CO. By Mrs. Joyce T. FutchAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Johnson. corn, peas, Irish potatoes and
j squash. Patrons' are asked to come
Teachers Hold Regular Sleeting BONE!
cut and watch this garden grow.
Last Friday at 1 m. the Bradford
STORAGEJenyman Mr. and Mrs. Jack Pons and p. RJE will hold regular PTA on,
Teachers Association
County
daughters of Tallahassee were I i Wednesday, April 6. President:
had its regular meeting with C. i
weekend guests of Mrs. Pons' parents C'4 Sophia Royal is asking all loyal

{ Bldg. S. Court St. Starke, Florida Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Reddish.Anderson, president, presiding.|patrons and teachers to meet at C.
After the old and new business* !
I On Saturday they visited their 7 p. m. instead of 8 because of the t to
there was the presentation of the r19ci
i
grandmother, Mrs. Frank Dorman Primary play, "Sleeping Beauty"
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trophy to the organization by
m Jacksonville. Sunday guests of t F.I!which starts at 8 that same eve
S. Pierce. The trophy was won by I
I DRAPES the Reddishes were Mrs. Volley the Female Glee Club for excellence -.ning. E. Thompkins Principal; r
Reddish and Mrs. J. G. Godwin of[ Pauline Marshall, secretary.
in singing at the music festival I
the State Farm. I District 2 Vocal Festival
held in Orlando on March 18.
I SLIP COVERSREUPHOLSTERING Miss Arthurine Blanchard of I Florida Music Educators Assn.
It was announced that the Bra-Co-
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Jacksonville, spent the weekendwith J will hold the Dist. 2 Festival on
Philharmonic Society would hold Eat-Rite Beef
,
--.a her father, A. M. Blanchard, ![Sat, Apr. 2, at Florida Normal ,
regular rehearsal
on Thursday
I and sister, Miss Enza, and brother,, I&j I Industrial College in St. Augus
March 31, at 7:30: m. at RJE.
p. tine. The contest will start at 8 Lb
Bob.Rev. The group will be preparing for thee 4SC
BEAUTIFUL FABRICS Edgar Wilkinson of last two appearances this term I a. m. with schools from Bradford, CHUCK ROAST

S ELEGANT STYLING First Baptist Church filled th at Hampton and Wateroak School ,,Clay, Alachua Hamilton, St.

PERFECT TAILORING pulpit of the Hampton Baptist t communities. Watch this 'Johns, Duval, and Nassau counties
paper
Church Sunday morning. Jacl{ taking part.
for the date time
and
place of the
Call Peg at 239 for Advice and Siemer spoke in the church here i. next program. The concerts are scheduled as I 7-inch Cut

Mrs. Register of Keystone e I.follows: Elementary Choruses, 8 .

A Free Estimate Heights, with Mrs. O. J. Phillip,! Adult Education ,a. m. to 12 noon; Junior High

and daughter, Miss Ola Mae anc Adult classes will begin around Choruses, 2 p. m. to 5 p. m., Senior I RIB ROAST.Lb 59CTender

son, Danny, were dinner guests oiMr f July 1 at some of the school cenrevs. High, 8 p. m. to 10 p. m. -
CHAS. C. SHEPHERD Register now if Interested
and Mrs. Leslie Phillips ii you are All persons are invited to attend

Gainesville on Saturday.Mr. in participating. The the festival and hear your boys,I .

TV Radio Seat Covers Upholsterin and Mrs. Seeber Deyledrews An- classes will not meet more than and girls compete against other

Starke Fla. of Wildwood were weekenc d twice each week. Sign up now sod I'schools. E. E. Minott is president Boneless

that we can know what you want. of Dist. 2 and .
guests of her parents, the Free music specialist for

Moores. On Sunday afternoon they Summer Program Bradford County Negro schools.

'vith Mrs. Moore, accompaniec d' This program is being planned Serves In Texas: STEW BEEF Lb. 49Ci

Fred Moore Jr. and Jody Thoma:s by L. H. Gibson, General Supervisor I Cpl. Jesse M. Mosley son of Rev..

FINEST HOME-COOKED FOOD to Jacksonville where they boarded and is to start on June, 6. High and Mrs. Louis W. Mosley of Route i

a train for Hendersonville, N r. school students interested in earning 2 is serving as a communications I

C. a half non-academic unit for chief with Co. A of the 4th Armored Beef

Served Anywhere John Robert McCulley of Kings_ part-time help may register now. Division's 37th Tank Battalion I

I port. Tenn. visited: his brother-in Parents and patrons are asked to{ at Ft. Hood Texas. He enitered -

REGULAR DINNERS 'aw and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Jaci{ give volunteer service as many I I the service soon after graduating SHORT RIBS Lb 29C

SHORT ORDERS SANDWICHES I Estes. This being Mr. McCulley'!S I days Or nights possible. The hours from RJE High School in''I'

e HOME COOKED PIES ,first visit to Florida, they too i:,for the profram! will range from 8 1950.

-.. -- ---,-------- ---------- ---- --.-- _- him sightseeing to Silver Springs,'i the --- -
-- --- and other points of interest. |guests of Willie Griffises on II i mother, Mrs. K. A. Holley. When _' P_",, _, ._ ,,- -" '_ -. -__ _____<_ __n .",__'__ -
Specializing In Sam Hicks who is employed In,Thursday I and later attended theji i i iI guests arrived Mrs. Holley was I r>.,." _--_ -';.
Revival at Faith Baptist Church. -i I II cone. She came home about 7:45'
Jacksonville I
SEAFOODS AND STEAKS came home to spend]
I Mrs. Douglas Jones and daugh-I to find a big birthday cake on the
.... the weekend with his wife, Mrs I SUPERBRANDICE
ters were elated when
Hicks, and daughter, Helen. they received t dining: table and everyone was
a telegram from Chief Petty honoree
singing Pirthday. The
Happy -
Mrs. Nellie Mae Dryden, of Jacksonville
Officer Jones asking them to meet < received many lovely gifts, 1/2 Gal
spent several days last
BROWN DERBY him at the station in Jacksonville I including a wrist watch from her CREAM 59C
week with her mother, Mrs. Perry 'II
Davis and Mr. Davis. last Friday night. He had just returned 1 husband and son. Birthday cake

from an eventful trip which j II i and punch were served.
Everett Burney of Jacksonville
Ethel Crews Jeff started last Dec. 29 when he left
) Mrs. Cora Edmondson of San-
called on his mother Mrs. Henry
and I from Mayport on the Carrier USS
Chancey Sapp, Sunday afternoon i I fo.d is spending a few days with] SUPERBRAND
BraiynVLe CAFE .Midway. The first stop was Cap. I
Bobby Coleman of Lakeland is I the R. R. Crosbys. Weekend guests
Owners Chef I Town, South Africa ud the next
spending several days with his :port of call was Colombo, Ceylon.I I''of the Crosbys were their son-in-I Lb
uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Flem MARGARINE I E 19CI
-.-. ._ _. -. __"_- -0 q' _<' Starling. i(I From there his carrier Joined the':'law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. I

i j Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Starling 7th Fleet off Formosa during the ;Bill Shandly of Bradenton. !I
I Tachen evacuation. Next stop was:
and family with Miss Eloise We're wondering how the crops
Manila where Chief Jones received j I
Dobbs, attended Homecoming at i will look after thlbcold spelLJ PASCAL
his shore duty to NATTC, Jacksonville -., i i LARGE
Highland last Sunday.Ted There was still Ice at 12 o'clock
I where he will retire in' I
HUNDREDS Manning, with the Edward!i September after 20 of activeduty Sunday and predicted colder for Stalks

Ida Manning family, visited his wife, in the Navy. years He was very I Monday. I'CELERY E 2 2SC
in Duval Medical Center, Jacksonville

happy to get home after that close Miss Elaine Crosby; spent the

of details are managed and economically Saturday night. call of the plane crash March 22 weekend in Miami with her broth-

attended that only a trained and Mr. and Mrs. Brad Norton, spent in Hawaii. er-in-law and sister, Mr.'and Mrs.

careful organization can attend when last Friday in Jacksonville. Kirby Callahan.Rev. .
t Misses Linda Hilda I
and Crewsof
the need for serving i Is at .Y..TTY.YYTYTT.YYY' and Mrs. Herb Higdon and I
urgent the State Farm visited relatives children, Mr. and Mrs. Sullivan i U. S. No. 1 Yellow Frozen PAN-REDI
hand.
and friends here this last
and daughters, and Mr. and Mrs.
BAYLESS fflWAY\
weekend Randolph Crosby, all of Maxville, Lb 40-oz
DeWITT C. JONES Rev. E. D. Boyer, a former pas-!' were recent guests of the C. C. ONIONS 4 13C SHRIMP $1.89
tor here but now living In Tampa Ry Anna Ruth Crosby
Phonr Fla. Crosbys.
7 Starke Is i I
.. .. visiting his daughter, Mrs. Fred
__ .I. .. Moore and family. I I AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAMr. Mrs. Ruby crosby is on the sick i

I Funeral Director Ambulance Service Mrs. Troy Bennett Is spending and Mrs. Jimmy Crosby, list f

several days In Jacksonville with Mr. and Mrs. Lavon Crosby Miss Rev. and Mrs. H. C. Martin Fancy Fresh Duncan Hines Frozen Orange !

Our local funeral home n&ble u to offer cooventeaM a.U her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. Pansy Crosby, and Miss Deloris were recent dinner guest of Mr.

service not otherwise available. and Mrs. Glenn Williamson, and Newmans recently visited Miss and Mrs. Carl Thomas. They were For 7 Cans

_-I r I I I' their new son. Frances Barry, who has been confined attending a family reunion. CORN 5 39C j JUICE 99C !

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Smart of to Alachua General Hospital Church services at Bayless Hi-

We furnlao the highest type cervlc at lowest prier and Jacksonville spent the weekend for a few days. way, 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Sunday I

tco.pt ANY life insurance policy to force towed by ANT with Mr. Smart's mother, Mrs. Mrs. O. E. Crosby Mrs. J, R. School at 10 a. m. BTU at 7 p. m. ------- !:.d

company M payment in part or In full on a fcner&I Henderson. Kelly, and Earl Holley entertained each Sunday. Don't forget Prayer

Consultation carries no obligation. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Prevatt of Saturday night with a surprise Meeting each Wednesday at 7:30p. '

_I 6 6 I I' :the State Farm, were supper birthday party in honor of Earl's I m. ._ -- -_ 'L-_ ____ .--:..._____% _. _\> .J:. LtJf:_ _;: '


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EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA
I FRIDAY, APRIL 1, 1933
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Cancer Drive Off To Good Start Cold Weather -I -'
; Lions Plan 'I SINGING COXVEXnOXThe 15 day of April. 1355;
I otherwise the allegations of said

Workers Rally At Kick-off Dinner Damages CropsContinued SPORTSTornadoes I New Talent Show I.Convention Bradford-Union will meet Sunday SingingCOmPlaIut, This by you.notice will shall be taken be as published confessed

.- -- ( from page one) April 3, at 2 p. m. at the Pine once each week for four conseuMf*
Bradford County's 1955 Cancer I I weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph
Level E\'er'one''
Church.
Fund drive got off to an enthusiastic ion of the public in raising i guise. He believes that it will Early In May Baptist .
Brad-I i interested in gospel singing is Dated this !! day of March '*'
ford County's of
start Thursday night of last quota $ delay the maturity of crops around Drop Two In A Row vited to attend. in-I (OFFICIALSEAL) Charleat; >'
week when a well-attended kickoff Representatives from all sections ; I Plans for the annual Lions Club I Clerk of the C.:r"lll C inB "
.here by about 10 days, so the local _ _ _ _I > Marian I* Crosb\ Pe-: ::. \" k
dinner held the Guidon of the attended the
Grill. was. at kick-off Dinner county; which was presided -,produce will not come In at the Will Play Branford Here Saturday Talent 6 Show, to be staged FrL,I. rircnit NOTICE Court TO, Bradford APPEtRIk ('eaDt.1 I 4AAAAAAAAAAAAALAAAAAAAAA 3 J. 41 .t
: May were discussed at the club's
The drive will be officially Inaugurated over by Miss Dorothy Alvarez same time as harvests in areas I Florid, 10 Chanetry.Myra ,
I
at 1 p. m. today (Fri- county fund chairman. She !south of here. It also removed out I Tuesday night Ketterlinus of St pitchers Edwin Johns and Edgar regular meeting Thursday night of!,Johnny Jean Williams Wllhams., Defendant Plaintiff.. : FOR SALE I

day) when church bells in all partsof Introduced Mrs. Anne Franz, field of state competition for several:I I Augustine gained a 6-3 revenge .Akridge will continue to alternatein last week. President Hugh Ingram i case No 10sisappointed

the will ring to focus representative of the Florida Di- over the Tornadoes for a set back right fiejd. th following members I:NOTo''jThnnvPwnam, '
county weeks, since crops north of Florida! f : whose re! attention on the campaign. The vision American Cancer Society, I he week before. The boys from Branford will be the oppositionfor to the Talent Show committee: and address is: A MONEY MAKER

public is asked to pause for five who brought an important message will have to be replanted. the Ancient City exploded in the the BHS nine Saturday nighton I T. Jackson over-all chair-'xw Slrt'et.York.Apartment 4 t0xiwetT"SlW. I
the However, all reports not second inning with a six-run outburst ONE 3-CAR TRAINVITII
seconds of reflection on the meanIng on program.The are the home field as the Tornadoes I I You
!man; Carl Johns and Bob Firth, are hereby notiru that a iI i
good. Crops on the Wainwright- from which the Bradford to back suit for divorce and
of the drive. three local physicians present attempt get to winning cu tody control PLUS
control EstonJordan 300 FT. TRACK
; J. \\am-iof minor child has been filed -
Teston plantings east of Starke boys never recovered. |
j i Coach Joe Hull has not I
called for ways. '
were on impromptutalks.
Mayor J. R. Wainwright has wright, and Hugh Ingram, pUbagatnlt, you In the above named
Dr. A. J. Barry stressed the suffered from the. cold and its Three Ketterlinus hits, combined yet announced the starting and cause and you are re- KIDDIE FERRIS HEEL
S proclaimed April as "Fight Cancer" j I Igame' liClty; Joe Andrews, JUStUS Mainor'quired' to serve a of an-
aftermath with copy your
I with frost four BHS the
some here errors, put moundsman
of for the contest. \ :
the importance early diagnosis, to the mpUmt
month and has asked coopera"TICKOFF" I and Louis Juistor, talent; John | 'trheorPenaffTf
while Dr. T. G. Ritch discussed the Wednesday morning. on ice. Taylor, Ketterlinus Tuesday the Tornadoes! will go on Attorney CallPHONE
I Torode, Seymour MarCO, and :Ma.xJ.'r..d Butler ISO Rarnett Bank
importance of periodical examina-I Lon Starling reports that he shortstop led the attack with two to Lake City for an afternoon con- \I prizes and awards. ,' Ruildins. Ja.'h..'inille 2, Florida! I
Carter i
ie Jr. PRICETTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTf
FOR
tions due to the fact that some I!will have to plow up most of his hits. Edwin Johns got two hits test. Both are nonconferencegames. |af.d file, th.. original) m the office of 106
I |X. M. Smith facilities and equIp- :the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
types of cancer have no early pepper, and E. D. Crosby Of Brooker for the Tornadoes and pitcher Ed- I Iment. .before the '"

A SENSATIONAL NEW symptoms. Dr. Ritch also praisedthe 'I' says that his 20-acre water- gar Akridge had a triple in the Last Friday afternoon BH.S. I I
Chairman Andrews of the talent :
,
melon seventh inning with a mate aboard.
County Health Department for planting was nipped. Since sustained its first 1955 diamond

DISCOVERY! the services rendered in referring he had not thinned out the plants, The loss gave the Tornadoes a 1-1 loss when P. K. Yonge rallied in!committee urges prospects of allj i :

tihe your dog a capsule! patients to the tumor clinics. He I however, he will not be badly hurt. record in the conference and an the bottom of the seventh to eke I ages to begin practicing now in INKIER\ ELECTRIC SERVICE

Rid him of Fleas & Ticks! Clyde over all 2-2 record.. i order to enhance their chances of I !
said that even in emergencies he Cone; of Brooker says his out a 5-4 win. Shortstop Guinn of I
had received excellent service. Dr. crops could not have gone much Some changes probably will be PKY banged out a home run to, winning a major award. All entrants (
AT ALL DRUG STORES longer in order in the line-up in an effortto lead the I will be given a souvenir
W. E. Middleton offered to help without rain and he termedthe onslaught in the bottomof
find the combination., I award. he says, suitable awards I
and right the final
the program in any way that he one a half to two inches frame Wallace Rivers
could. that fell Monday a great blessing. Wallace Rivers, relief pitcher, who started for Bradford and gave way:I will be presented to the best acts. I Ii

Nettles has been doubling as an outfielder,, to i Gov. Leroy Collins has proclaimed j .
in
Edgar
reported about a five Akrldge the fourth. \
T. H. Carey and C. G. Denny of of 3-9 i
the week April as Sight
per cent damage in the Brooker will probably do his relieving from The relief chunker had trouble, RADIO
Humphreys Gold Corp. stated that Week Florida and
they had completed their 'President Ingram and the Lions -
the plant with a total of $232 collected certain spots showing burn. Someof time to warm up and be ready bases on balls. BHS outhit the: I directors urge school children to I L .! AND
the Gainesville
taller 7-5
pepper plants were boys but was un
$132 over their goal They f when needed. Billy Harringtonwill : their acts that I
felt that their success was due to whipped badly: by the wind, but able to get the blows when they : start practicing : .; .'j =-. ITELEVISION
move out to center field, Buck week as their contribution toward
the educational carriedon potatoes and tobacco came through i counted. Eulie Rushton had two I I
program without damage. he said. Gill will move over to left, and hts for BHS. Sight Conservation, since the proceeds I I
at the. plant during the past I t from the Talent Show are all i I 17-inch TVMahogany 4

.____) year. I market New additions to the Brooker BHS Track Team Will channeled into the local Sight | $ .1 5995 Salesand
are being rushed, Nettles CompeteIn
The program closed with a gen- Conservation work. I ServiceS
said, with
eral discussion during which ques-I trusses and flooring O. Gay, president of the [ __,.'_,.I' 6 -.,., ,-_. -_.. 6

i'S 4 tions and Mrs.were. answered Thomason by, Educational Mrs. Franz'expected,being.. installed that the this work week.will It be is P. K. Yonge Meet SaturdayBradford's Chamber of Commerce introduced I i 224 N. Temple Ave. PHONE 166 Starke, Florida

Director I nmsned by May-! 1. in time for the Ralph Grassfield who gave an interesting ]I ._ _, ., _.__ _J---L>.,,__ _' _ -_ _.. _
of Duval -
County. Tornado ::>iOZ' """" = -
first trackmenare 43.4 seconds to win another first: talk about C of Cj'
crop movement. He added
Miss Alvarez was praised by her j' that the Brooker market has busy this weekend with a dual place for the Tornadoes. This''I contributions to the progress --
a
\\ co-workers for the outstanding meet just completed Thursday afternoon gave Bradford a team score of 18 our country.

work she. is doing to make theij'I'I good produce line-up now of, and buyers he for expects northern to at Lake City (results not points and a third place, being t I A Zone Chairman's meeting was 1 Sell It Rent It Trade t

drive here a success. available at time) and the outscored Lee and Jack
I have press only by held after the regular meeting and
buyers for the southern stuff
i I
,.. Besides those mentioned above, later on.Funeral. P. K. Yonge Invitation Meet Saturday son, two Class AA schools. Fletcher .1 I was presided over by Zone Chair I WITH\ A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED

I attending the dinner were: Mrs. '! afternoon in Gainesville beginning of Jacksonville Beach, a classA ;I man, Dr. Cecil R. Hook of Mel-

"if Ci*his; gentlemanGot Cleo Harley, Mrs. E. L. McKnight, ;1 at 1 p. m. school like BHS, finished fourth,,, '!rose. In attendance were officers I Low Rates Good Results Kasy To Place

I Mrs. C. B. Roberts, Mrs. Lefevre.) Sunday Rain and cold weather prevented two points behind the Tornadoes..1| of the Melrose, Keystone, and ,

To find up hit at night bathroom 'Mrs. w. W. Hammond Mrs. Polly j]For J. D. Prevatt, .a work-out Monday and sore muscles Saturday in Gainesville Stanlej:I I Starke Lions Clubs. !0 WORDS OR LESS. ONE IXSERTIOTt - SOc I.FiCI1 I.

Wait, Mrs. W. E. Bigham, George i : and aching limbs were in evidence Clark was the only Tornado tc I _ _ _ .. AflHITIflAL- WORn -tf-
Looted a sight.TIIONE Kopelousos, Mrs. T. J. Alderman,t Lawtey Farmer Tuesday and Wednesday af place in the high school division NOTICE I PITCH !NT OF-15--I-; CENT ON \'o."o--o;; INSERTIONS

Mrs. George Roberts, Mrs. E. A. ternoon. The runners are having of the Florida Relays. He tied for

Hall, Mrs. Pauline Torode, Mrs. ]lifelong Jefferson resident Davis Prevatt, 70, more trouble keeping in shape third place in the high jump. TO CHURCHESUDlTIO .*L FOR BLIND: ADS OR ADS .NOT PAID IN ADVANCEMEMOKIAMS
of
Lawtey died -
,
I, Martha Snellin, Mrs. Eldon Sapp, than the field men. Saturday afternoon's meet at: SCHOOLS LODGES
at his home there : CARDS OF TIIANKS, RESOLUTIONS 20c
on March 24 Per Line
Mrs. Tullie Norman. Miss Dorothy At the Robert E. Lee relays P. K. Yonge will give BuS track

Ross, and De.nnis Prevatt. I following a brief illness. last Friday afternoon, the few followers a chance to see theii l You can win Coffee :Maker, (COUNT 5 WORDS TO EACH LINE)

It was announced that iocali I I Mr. Prevatt was born at Lawtey BHS athletes who went to Jack- heroes in action for the price ol Stainless Steel Flat Ware _ _ _ _ _ _

grocery stores will insert cancer!'I!on Dec. 12, 1884, the son of the sonville with coach Jim Hobbs a short trip to the University City. Electric Roaster, or Cash by APARTMENT FOR KENT-Up- FOR SALE-Five room house. Z18

literature in shopping bags andJ:,late Rowell and Kizzie Norman gave a good account of themselves. Other teams attending the meel l selling our 11 oz. Double stairs; Z room and kitchenette So. Orange. Contact G S. New

414-J grocery sacks this weekend, and Prevatt. He was a member of the ,Robert Humphries took two first I will be Ocala, palatka and possibly Strength:: Vanilla. !furnished>Ide city or limits.unfur Couple llohed. Just desired.Incomb 9107 Starke Motor Court,2tp phone 4/1

I the public is asked to read this i:Church of God and was a fanner. I places, the pole vault 10-6 and the I Lake City. Preliminaries be, I For complete I information Contact Chamber of Commerce.

material carefully at the first OP-I i Surviving are four daughters: high jump 5-9 14. Stanley Clark gin at 1 p. m. Events will lnclud<; please contact: 2tchg 4/1 TYPEWRITER-Underwood, late model, key-set tabulator standard -

: TQ5& portunity. |j'Mrs. Pearl Starling, Mrs. Joyce took second in the high jump. The high jump, pole vault, shot-put' I FOR RENT-Six room unfurnished excellent condition. US Brad
i Carter, and Mrs. Gladys Griffis, 440-yard relay team of Strickland, I J. E. HAMILTON house, bath and hot water. $25 ford County Telegraph tf
Dri\e Organized ; broad jump, high hurdles, mil< month. 24 miles West of
The following organization for:all' of Lawtey, and Mrs. Dorothy Martin, Moore and Ferguson fin- Rt. 2, Box 34C. Starke, FIn.per Cedric Hosier. Ztp 4/1 FOR SALE 4 Auto Top carrier

the drive has been announced: Gleaton of Holly Hilll; four sons, ished fourth. The mile relay teamof run, 880-yard relay, 440-yd. dash, YOUR RAWLEIGH (wire mesh) f*. See G Kaufmann,
FOR SALE-3 TOBACCO SEEDBEDS Cypress and Westmoreland Sin
Chairman, Miss Dorothy Alvarez ,I Earl and Jefferson Prevatt Jr., Godwin Martin, Strickland and low hurdles, 880-yd. run, 220-yd. DEALER 10 ft. x 100 ft. Call after Pinehurst subdivision.

; co-chairman, Miss Dorothy;,both: .. of. Lawtey__ __; George_ Prevatt, Ferguson" rx. >sted a time of 3 min. dash, and mile relay. 7pm.. .... Pat Yarbrough..Brooker.... ,ill, -- -- --- ...---- ----
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""L _ 'Ii' "UFo Z% PAID Ut> SAVli\US- KEYSTONE -
tsrooiuyn N. Y.. and Albert Pre-
Ross treasurer { I
; George Kopelou- STATE BANK KEY-
vatt of Gr ton, N. C.; and one FlowerShow Cattlemen Hear Large Bloomlnir AialeanSPECIII STONE HEIGHTS FLA., MEMBER -
sos; publicity, E. L. Matthews; I TAX RETURNS SALE AZLE1S FDIC.
and sister, Mrs. Susie Eldridge of. I AND CAMELLIAS
commerce industry, Mrs. Pau- Talk On GrassesThe ,
Ocoee. PREPARED All Plants at Half Price
line Torode; medical division, Dr. I Set( For AprilThe I SEEING IS BELI\ING: 1960 ENGLISH: FORD. low mileage
A. Y. Covington. Funeral services were held at Bradford County Cattle- S ItETEDEKK AZ.U.E.G.RDr. good condition. Priced to selL
.. I See it Rt Toroda'a Used Car Lot.
AND NIRSERYPauline ;
f- Community chairmen Starke the graveside in Dyal men's Association in tf
: Cemetery second annual Spring a regular SEE I'-arlc Collln _ _ _ _
Mrs. Pete G. Felos; Lawtey, Mrs. Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock with meeting last Friday night at I Phoae HOIbort 8-2SO2 Earleton Fla. .
Flower Show. sponsored by the LET J. D. ODOH. JB
Cleo Harley: Brooker Mrs. W. E. Rev. Johns Sellers officiating. held Brooker heard Russell Henderson C. W. COLSON tf KINDLE YOUR

Loans For Citizens Bigham; Hampton Mrs. T. J. Alderman Burial was in the family plot under Starke Garden Club, will be agronomist of the University of I I WANTED TO BUY 110tSESultCATrLE AND DOGS
in the American Legion hall April able for Lake Cottage, 2 3 SALES -
; Theressa, Mrs. Pat Dick- the direction of DeWitt C. Florida, discuss the various grasses SATURDAY AT rooms, must be practical to or move Lit* Oak Each W.dD.-d.F
Of Starke And I
erson; Heilbronn, Mrs. J. C. Sapp Jones Funeral Home. 23-24. recommended for this area, to lake. Call Mrs. Crowson at 29 (..lne.Tllle Each Friday

1 Trading Area and one additional, to be named; Theme of this year's show will fertilization programs, and the I BRADFORD COUNTY C\ YOU BELH-nE-For ONLY ttI

Graham, Mrs. C. B. Roberts; Hum-"Inspector ChecksOn be "Our Town Starke Beauti- comparative yields that may be I ABSTRACT OFFICE ( .oo down and 8J e a week yon FOR RENT-Two bedroom furnish.
ful." CUB hate a TEN YEAR f iL'ARed apartment. Apply Shepherds
Marion Finance Co. of GalnestUle phreys Gold, T L. Carey. Dennis expected. I 153 W. Call St.--Starke, Fin.ATEEI: ) Automatic Gas Hot Radio and TV Shop. tfchg
offers the people of Starke their Prevatt will handle radio publicityover ViolationsOf Persons who are interested in During the meeting, which was AJatfr heater. In jour home-fullyInitialled. -

famous loan plans. These! plans are station WDVH.YOU'U. Child Labor Law entering exhibits may obtain a held in the school cafeteria, the I .inri'T11wr: : -_ -iiiiii ,. of)For SHOE old G\S and CO.new Phone nmtomeni FOR SALE

designed to help worthy working complete set of rules and an out- proposed new stock law, which 121. tfElectric

people of alll walks of life. .The brook purse-size. LOVE fountain the new pens Ester-In. A Wages and Hours Investigatorof line of the various classificationsfrom will make the entire. County closed Wash Your Clothes I SLAG ROCK

"GET ACQUAINTED" $23.00 or shades. the U. S. Dept. of Labor, F. T. Mrs. Jessie Young. range for stock, was discussed MotorsREWOUND
pastel Only $2.58 at Brad-
SO.OO PAYDAY Loan or the more I and members learned that it is 9 Founds I Excellent for
I Driveways
ford County Telegraph. j Haynes, of the Jacksonville office, be-I I
popular BUDGET* Loan. This jl iI l visited the Starke Farmers Gas War ElsewhereCuts ing advertised in the I AND and Parkways I.
Market
consolidate! the bills preparatory to introduction of it
many you I For 40c! SERVICEDSmall
now have Into a ONE payment I iI briefly Monday to gather informa- Sales Here in the coming session of the legislature j $3.00 Per Yard

plan with One place to owe. This I tion on the berry picking season. By 50 Per CentWith by Representative Doyle E. FREE Bleach If Desired! Appliance Repair In 5 Yard Lots

one plan may save you up to 50 He stated that Child-Labor Re- Conner. If enacted, iti)) become General Machine Work

per cent of what you are now I quirements of the Federal Fair a "gas war" going on in law on November I, 1955. CallS

paying. Why not rail Marion Labor Standards Act make it adjoining counties, Bradford County A fried chicken dinner was DILLY JACKSON

Finance today at 5333 Gainesville ,illegal to employ children for service stations have suffereda served by the P-T A, with Zedra We Will All Work Guaranteed

yep* Call us collect and let j picking berries under 16 during I severe drop in business duringthe Hamilton and Floyd Wiggins in Dry Your Clothes Reasonable Rates Phone 165

Marion Finance solve those Money II school hours, unless the children past month, particularly those charge of arrangements. -

*robl" ns with one of those fast I belong to the farmer. along Highway 301. For 20c I RADIOS REPAIRED

helpful Loans Remember thepaymvnt Haynes said that last when Until the recent two cent cut in New Members !I RED SEAL I All Make: AU MedtU
plan U made to fit your year i In New Automatic Driers! 1 tteaionible charge roaraatrrdCHAM.
he visited this area he handed out price. local gasoline stations have Are Inducted '1 C. SHEPHERD
budget. 25 notices of violations, but that had a condition where the fuel ELECTRIC & MACHINE '"3 W. r.11 M. *tarb. PII. x:s$

George; Ellis the friendly managerat (in no instance was anyone prose- sold for as much as 10 cents a Into Rotary Clubi 11 SHOP GOOD WATCHES NOW (I down

Marion Finance \\elcoraes you icuted. gallon cheaper than here, in Ocala I II I and |1 per week at Dahmer's

and Orlando, for instance, and i I I Four new members were inducted tfeh* I
. to inquire into the Loans offer by Harmon P. Morgan. superintend I TheVasheteria\ I F.V.. GRAUDON'Owuer.
this Loan Company Rememberalso north of Jacksonville. Callahan, into the Rotary Club Wednes- FOR SALE Fancy-leaved Caladium
ent I of public instruction for Bradford I Manager bulbs Soc ea at Carradlne's, IT. S
that this is another business and other places. day at a brief ceremony following I
301. 1
mi
south of
County, said that last Temple Ave. Starke Lawtey.
"But dear, It I cooked any bet- year
transaction which Is confidential. the School ) L. B. "Red" Alvarez said: 'It !the regular luncheon meeting. 106 Washington SL Phone S97 _ _9tt'hl1._ _5/7
ter, 'ou'd never take me out Lawtey (negro beganits .
) 'Those who received their at --- 8t.arkfl, Fla.
ts just between the borrower and classes from 10 a.m. daily to has cut our business in half. It has l pins :._... ._ _. "of'_ ._ -_,'S' \ _ _ FOR RE.VT-Four room house, $!O
to the Guidon Grill for dinner! -- --- -
the lender The cost is small. "art particularly at this time of (this time were Lester Crews, __ _.___ per mo., 2 miles out on Highway:
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allow time for the children to pick j "TrU-LOcal manager lor LuI I I.. R Jordan. ItpWILL
For instance!' $50.00 for SO days Is the year." |Clyde Sinclair, Robert Edmondson, I rler's Cosmetics for Bradford
You may love the cookingOf berries earlier In the morning and '
only $1.73 interest rod Other stated Rev. R. D. Sommer, and Rev. %V. County and surrounding counties. WANTED Experienced Waitress!
jour wife still attend school. Dave Shuford Lawtey. Complete training. neat appearAnnlv Qnld House Restaurant
ftp
plans are In proportion So Rut 'variety Is the that the situation "has hurt us iS. McAIiley.j PAIN I ance. Able to travel. High commissions -

for your next money needs t>ee' j Guest speaker at this meeting Write Gertrude Swan- no FLATWORK, wash, Iron,
Spire of life'l! Rites WednesdayFor plenty. go. Rt. 4, Box 184 Ocala. Mann for $350 per week. Wantregular
Marion Finance at Gainesville. Dr. C. L. Morrison 4thchg 4/S
Goodman volunteeredthat i was who is work. Do
Seeber i is nature's warning signal that _______ _______ Will pick-up and deliver good Write work:
war" has cut his j currently conducting
Mrs. evangelistic
BrowningMrs. the "price
jour body is not functioning give name address and time to
Marion
Finance business by about 50 per cent. [services at the First Presbyterian properly.I Instead of suppres- SARATOGA HEIGHTS Bradford pfrk-nn Monday. Mrs E. c/o

Company Inc. GUIDON GRILL Lydia Mann Browning, 65, All the service station operators I Church. He 'brought a message sing the pains the logical thing Out West Madison Avenue Stance. County Telegraph.Jfn 4/8

lifelong resident of Raiford, died on one point, that they don't on the theme of service.
agree to do is to locate and
:218 West University Ave George Kopelousos! Owner at her residence there Tuesday blame the folks who are taking ad- O. removethe Starke, Florida 'TilTEF LOTS: FOR SALE-25 ft.
I i Jerry Gay, president of the cause of the pain. front. approi 300 ft. deep. East!
Over The Gainesville Gas Co. morning following a heart attack. vantage of the situation; needlessto Chamber of Commerce, introduce ? I "'0IIOWI'TG sIt St rialr Ft' City sewerage

Phone 5333csasassa222ssas2s Starke, Fla. She was born in Baker County on say, however, they hope for an I i Ralph Grassfield who discussedthe Many of jour friends and 3 *f\.k"trf'pt nr bein nbnnc? paved.9i! See Glenn tfrhif

m.mc. I ,March 22. 1S90 and was a member early end of the squeeze which is C of C educational-financui1] neighbors are enjoying good BED ROOM! HOMES FOR
ALFr-A
one hone In
:01 the First Baptist: Church of on them. campaign now under way. He said health today because they ronOF LATH T DE"IG>
; Raiford. **. that the local Chamber has "ac- suited a Chiropractor= who was HOtSINGComplete %'orman. Rt !. Box 127. Starke

1111 I LivAREz' STORE Men's! Clothing I till tillSAVE I ,II : i-es.des her husband, William A. ERROR IV PURINA AD !complished wonders" considering able to locate antI remove the and Heady tar Orrnp.inov Itp

Istablish IS94 : Browning, she Is survived by a CORRECTED I the small budget it has been cause of their trouble. "'->alI! down- \'.V raiment nad Flit lialanre approved like, FOR J t.SALE Pedan. CTIEAP mi! Cadi'la"dan-1! 4D Chvrn-,
Elizabeth
daughter, Mrs. Alvarez, last week's "CheckerboardNews" :operating on in recent years Since each organ of your rent, \enellan Illlnd* and Cea.rral Vrir> Elep !Ptove. Hi IT P. "Ht-,
Raiford; two sons, David Browning In I II i body is controlled by the nervous '- Rlertrirppllanren optional h,'ird m..to1:1J"I'I.barrow: ?."' &
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it was stated that Startenafed with purchaser. 1" plumber's Snake'; and Radio.
Gainesville, and James A. 4 ounces more Makes Address system a pinched nerve ,M'o over a'res with stocked
two chicks weighed f''"h nond Can be FeO. at !J2
Jacksonville
Browning, ; If yon want a home In ventral
$ SAVE $ SAVE $ SAVE $ SAVE feed with the can Thompson
than those fed other St., opposite City Hall
(brothers, Jim Mann, Raiford, and Dr. Mark E. Adams: or the State Florida'* fastest eronlngCity ltehg
Funston Mann, Sanderson; four same tag. This was an error, as I Farm will address members of the CAUSE CALL
the statement should have read I FOR n1"XT-Thre" bail room fully
DRASTIC sisters, Mrs. Ola Bryant, Sanderson chicks weighed Florida Health Officers' SocietyIon A. J. THOMAS furnisr-ed home at King iJev Inks
Startena-fed
Mrs. Nola! Breeden and Mrs. that the the subject of "Treatment of Impaired function in any part bv w*)cend. week or month. Two
4 pounds more than those fed I bed room unfurnished home and
Narcotic Addiction. The address; of the body.
Justice both of Lacoochee HBALTOR
,
Herman
4 ao8 acres of land 14 mlle<' of
FIRE AND AUTO INSURANCERATE and Mrs. Clyde Larrimore, Lake other feed with the "same tag. will be made during the four-day I ::s Temple Are Telephone SSStarke. Ftirke; narMv furnished apart-
In Starke It's The .
sessions of the Florida Medical Florida j m..ntIn Stark A. J Thomas
City.Funeral .. Phone :1S1 325 Temple Ave, Starke.
REDUCTIONS services were held In Association to be held in St. I Fh.

'the Raiford Baptist Church Wed- w. c. T. u. I Petersburg starting Saturday. BOLLINGERCHIROPRACTIC FOR house RENT on-South Five room Street unfurnh'hed'FOn. SALE-Fonr 1(10'( x 200') lots Inthe

nesday afternoon at 2 o'clockith A. .i. Thomas. Telephone 34), 325 center of Lawtev on p->"eTpmDIe d
Keep Your INSURANCE in STARKE and still benefit 1 Avenue. Starke, Fla. It streets. Sell senarately r.r toeether -
from the LOWEST possible rates. Rev.I John E. Strickland officiating. THE BIBLE \.ND LIQUOR." I P. D. Q. CLINIC Lawtev., Contact Mrs. Joyce T Fnt<-h.
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Interment was In the family plotin FOR RENT-Desirable 5 room house
| STRONG DRINK CAUSEDXOAII : in good condition. Living room I
under the
STARKE'S ONLY MUTUAL AGENCY Sapp Cemetery direction TO COMMIT THE FIRSTSIN ''I FOB 2 blocks north of Post Office two bedrooms, kitchen, bath. hot WANTED-Weekend Job at service t l
of DeWitt C. Jones Funeral water', screened back porch. Par- station In Starke or vlcln'tv? S
I Home. FOLLOWING THE FLOOD..\ Proven Dependable Quick Phone 108 tlally furnished. On corner lot years experience with Gul' Oil
MIGHTY BABYLON FELlTlIOUS.'D adjoining School ground. Avail r rp. See Bob Lappe. 6U Laura I
Doyle E. Comer Insurance Agency Protein Vitamin Mineral Office hours dally except Thurs. I able after April 11. $50 per mo.rihono St. Up'
i SCnOFIELD OF illS LORDS Supplements 9SOtol2 lSOtoSSO 117: Itchg !

t WHILE BELSIUZZAR WITH A Phone 51-W Starke, Fla. MAN OR WOMAN-Do you want }
Phone Call St. Starke Fla. DRANK WINE Evenings and Thursday I WATER FRONT LOTS Crystal lifetime! security? If you are dependable :
283 129 W. ; In memory of my beloved husband AND PRAISED: Farmers SupplyALL Lake. Guy Andrews owner, ambitious, this mar be
H. B. Schofield who passed, TIlE GODS OF GOLD AND SIL by appointment Phone Starke 383; Keystone your opportunity! Take orders t

SAVE $ SAVE $ SAVE $ SAVE $ SAM away April 4, 1953. We all miss V'ER." LIVESTOCKThe Colored patients seen by I I r..hh I.: .tt for Nationally Products Advertised from established TOrtklni -

you so much. Wife, Annie Scho, (NATIONAL PROHIBITIONIST.] Appointment US!' TELEVISION: SERVICECheaper customers In Starke. No pfence *'-

_I__"': ___ .__' 'r iir.u : ___.. __:E- ___. :;. -..... .y I field. I, I 10th and Cherry Sts. _ _ _ years experience Service. Evening Why pay calls.more 20 C p. or Ruble.Investment J R. reedfl Watkins Write Co ,
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