Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 8, 1955
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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 )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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U of ?, Library 11a HistoryBRADFORD

Conner Elected ,,I I COUNTY TELEGPH

Speaker Of House 1

Official County Publication Established In 1879

Doyle: E. Conner, young Brad President of Future Farmers of I 8, 1955 M MBEK FORTY

ford County legislator, was elected America was given the Distin- -- -- --- - -- I

Speaker of the House of guished Service Award by the i

tatives for the 1957 Represen-I Florida Jaycees in 1949, and is at :
Woman Admits
caucus held Thursday morning in present a member of the influen LeavE: Gun ,

Tallahassee. tial Legislative Council. ng t

Conner's name was placed in Conner at 21 was the youngest,

nomination for the Speakership by I member to serve with the 1951 I

Rep. Elbert Stewart of Hendry Legislature, and was returned by In Prison Rest Room
County and received a number of j i Bradford County in "53 and '55,,I I I! :: 1

seconds. No other names were the last time without opposition.

placed in nomination and a unan-I' Conner is in business in Starke!'

young imous Rep. Bradford ballot Conner was and County his cast wife solon.for were the I I'as operates an insurance a cattle agent ranch., and also i,i i'I I I Rites Wednesday wife Ruth of George Heroux A.Staffa Heroux of Jr.Hialeah, prison, .J

As speaker of the 1957 House do who slew
immediately escorted to the ros- Acting Superintendent J.
'I he will have the authority to namecommittees i Matthews was Speaker at the 1907 Godwin in
trum where he made a: gracious an escape attempt Monday
speech of acceptance, pledging hisbest and the prestige of session. For Popular -i _____ confessed to smuggling the fatal
his office will facilitate the Introduction .. gun
Starke has .': : ,
also the
efforts to the, State. contributed a I : prison grounds. State's Attorney
and consideration of 1r'-
Recorded as the youngest man bills he introduce. any President of the Senate Senator _______ ; : .. Duncan announced ye::. erday. t ,
ever to serve as Speaker the 26 Conner is the third Starke I Charley E. Johns, who served in I i Prison OfficialFuneral .-r The woman said that she carried the

year old Conner is a native of man I I this capacity at the 1953 session Ij c into the prison grounds i"in" her girdle
Bradford County, studied agriculture to serve the state in this capacity.Dr. and became services for James G. I she
Acting Governor upon came there to visit Heroux on Feb.
at the University of Florida J. L. Gaskins was Speaker of I the death of Governor Dan :Mc- (Jim) Godwin, 56, were held In \ She said that. by
served as State and National L the House in 1891 and Eugene S. Carty. pre-arrangement, she
the First Baptist Church of Starke 4 ? the gun in the ladies rest room located in

-- Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. ,-. J'\ I visitor's park. She has no knowledge of

Red Cross I Assistant Superintendent at the t, I it got into possession of Heroux after
Total -r ,
Council To Have
Special Meeting I Florida State Prison at Raiford, '. ::p.4t;: t She said.

l Godwin died Monday morning I r Still unsolved is how the t
StandsAt$1657Bradford !: from the effects of bullet wounds : .. J i'4 ''!:: I to Heroux after he told
was I
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April 12 On Financial Matters I i inflicted by a prisoner in an escape '.rz. 7 j / ::1 ASSISTANT in "isolation" on the third Her-
; I
County's 1955 Red ;attempt.Mr. & the prison. He was that his
Cross fund drive is still $1,000:' Godwin was born in Lake- D( .:: ii. / SUIT.JAMES "buck naked" and searched him by
The details of a plan for raising I The Council agreed to do all it short of its $2,675 I :-.: 'I A :
quota, G. T. land 10 being placed in the cell
Ga. on March 1899, the- 'f ..;e,. .1 and planned
enough money to finance Starke's I can toward surfacing the area. but Huggins fund chairman, son of the late William Flavius ..-: ..- ,.?' 1.,.,, t- cell was also thoroughly a fre
utility facilities, partic- said it could not at this time ed ;' i.':: : G.
expanded do- yesterday. Through announc'I'I and Effie Talley Godwin. He came r P The woman and Heroux : was
ularly the installation of bodily nate any funds. day the total collected : 1'
with his parents as a young man married in Columbia, S. C. in 1 terms
needed additional generating W. C. Demetree and J. W. Quailey $1,657.41. Only one community I'tc Lawtey and joined the staff at GODWINFarm I ruary of 1952. She said that [

equipment, was presented to the of Demetree Builders. Inc.rasked outside of Starke has reported. ]i the State Prison more than 30 .- ;';' t"-' I were later divorced and two I II Heroux
City Council Tuesday night by the Council for a decision This was Lawtey with a4 j I
as a total of years ago. He was formerly in .. I ago she married Raymond bt fre
Clyde Pierce, of Pierce, Harrison to when the city would extend its $31.07. i J --- -
I charge of the auto license factory [ ; three brothers. Wm. F. ,church officiated at the funeral jot Hialeah. on the
' and Wulbern financial advisors to sewer and water lines to service Chairman Huggins urged all I i at the prison and was also man-;;i Godwin Jr., a warrant office in 'services Wednesday afternoon. Staffa alias Ray Hartman I : and that
the city. A short term loan for another Unit of 34 lots in the chairmen to make their an
reports as until unemployed race track
I i agerof production appointed, the Marines, stationed at Jackson- J Burial was in the family plot in
$200,000. Pierce said, is needed Saratoga Heights sub-division. soon as possible so that the drive.I[, Assistant Superintendent. ,!;rifle, N. C.; John and Henry Crosby Lake Cemetery with De- boy. admitted to Hialeah police I I in
at the moment, to finance When the Council told Demetree I may be brought to close. I'I Miami !
badly |i had detectives
He told firends that he planned -: Godwin early
I [ both of Starke; one sister, ,, Witt C. Jones Funeral Home in
the purchase and transportation of that it had several other pressing I m} to retire in the near future,:..Mrs. E. H. Register, Miami; and ,'charge of arrangements. :Masonic"that he bought the prison I

the generators recently purchased..problems on hand, and that it i I land he and his wife expected tOI; four grandchildren. j I j I rites were conducted at the grave- weapon on Feb. 17 from was

Chairman James Lewis suggested !would have to borrow the money I Chamber Drive j!' Purchase or build a home 1,,t Mr. Godwin was a member of I''side under the direction of the;' Brothers Jewelry and Loan :: the cell to

that the entire problem needs to do anything at all right now ]: i I Starke after that. j:, I Lawtey Lodge. i I Miami.! He said he paid $22 ,,: gun
I!!the Masonic Edwards
careful study and after a discus- Demetree offered to advance the i :Mr. Godwin is survived by his Lawtey Lodge, the I Active pallbearers W. F. ,|!the25 calibre Italian

sion, the Council voted to have a money to the City for the needed I Check-up Tonight wife. Mrs. Eve Reddish Godwin,j]I'!Elks Lodge of Lake City, and the I,Moore. Medford Shealey were, George j i'!i,"Baretta" that was used to ('' taken

special meeting on April 12 to go materials for extending the sewer I I'and three sons: Jim Brown j j Florida Peace Officers Association. I Roberts Jr., Bobby Turner Assistant Prison :

over the problem in detail. and water lines wait a year for I Godwin, State Farm; William Gar I j:He was a member of the First Howard Collins. L. E. Dugger J. G. Godwin and inflict leg ground

Bids submitted by several gas repayment and expect no Business and professional men land Godwin; Silver Bay. :Minn.; j I Baptist Church of Starke. I Claude Johns, and Dennis Fan- shoulder wounds on L. L. \ (:( the cor-
and oil dealers. as well as bids on The Council told and women, representing six divisions and Harold F. Godwin, State !: Rev. L. D. Haines pastor of the :cher. wright and L. D. Dobbs, i i 'in and

the fuel oil requirements of the! j lit would prefer to wait until next ----- of.... .the. Chamber of Commerce I of the prison staff. i '"'_..that..-'_
light plant, were presented to the special meeting on finances on naa Dreakfast together' Arrest of the man and i uuuwin,

Council but all were returned to'[:April 12, before committing itself Wednesday morning in the final Man Kills Wffe f \New Director I in Hialeah came after 48 i i office

the bidders when two different i to any action. ,organization meeting of the current Zoning Hearing !painstaking work by Sheriff i back.

dates were found to be in the bid A Councilman suggested that : educational and financial cam-, Named For Band Whitehead of Union County office

ding advertisements. It was I the group seriously consider ways I paign. The occasion was the ; Prison Identification Officer at:2 I|i into the

agreed by all present that new I I and means of curtailing expensesand launching of an intensive four days I Then Suicides Rimert Resigns Set For Apr. 19 McLendon who traced the ] chest.

bids will be accepted on April 19,, tightening up on city finances, campaign to secure a minimum of weapon from the time it i were
and that the bids cover a period of and said that one possible way was 100 new members and a budget i this country last year until it guards
one year. to curtail the donation of free electricity fund of at least $5,000 for 1955. :Mrs. Darlene Alvarez McGovern ':i Gay A. Rimert resigned his posi- A final draft of Starke's new sold to Staffa on Feb. 17. I to over-

Joe Arnold requested that the to churches and other This amount is sought by the officers 24, was shot to death by her husband tion as director of the Bradford Zoning Ordinance as prepared by I Knowing the gun was of sub-
Council pave a portion of a streetin I'groups. City Cler fthns stated and directors of the Walter Eugene McGovern High School Band, effective March the Zoning Committee, was presented -I make, New York State .

front of his property. Council- in connection wi_ i idea that to finance an ChamI'ber 26, in Jacksonville last Friday 31, according to an announcement : to the City Council Tuesday were contacted by phone and i I that
of night. McGovern then shot himself ,by. Principal Chas. S. Partin. night by Foster Shi Smith. ed to trace the I
[.-_ man W. Jackson suggested thata about $6,000 worM, electricity gram development for Starke .1 weapon from
I ., and died an hour and a half |chairman of the committee.Mr. time ( ;
and Bradford the it
list of all such requests be kept, is donated each year by the city. County. Already on job is a new director entered the country. [ out
later in the Duval Medical Center.I II Foster Smith to the Council New I
Included York
and that Arnold's request be pu? One possible solution, suggestedby in the program are: Kenneth F. of Hat- I officers located River
on the list. a councilman, was that a max- 1) Expanded advertising and I Scene of the double tragedy was tiesburg, Miss. He has done band that on Thursday night, March i agent for the firm that j

L. H. Gibson, general supervisor imum be placed on the amount of publicity. 2) A series of projects I i the Marietta Cafe at Cahoon Road I work in Santa Rosa County and 31, when public hearing was held I'the gun the distributor for ,1 Duncan
under the and U. S. which Mrs. McGovern been I'on the ordinance, "either too much both :
of Bradford County schools, presented electricity donated to any of the direction of the Retail 90 I more recently has employedas I company: in New York, I decided
plans for a playgroundarea churches. Division of the Chamber and designed had recently leased and was I a salesman of musical instru- ," entertainment was furnished to I found the pistol had been younger

adjacent to the USO buildingto The application of F. W. Grau- to make Starke a more important operating. She is a daughter of ments. I Stark citizens, or they are too :a Miami retailer on Feb. 10, j j' murder

be used for a supervised sum- don, owner of the Red Seal Electric trading center. 3)) A concentrated !Mr. and Mrs. Tate Alvarez of the There will be no interruption in well satisfied with the Ordinance. 'I The retailer said he had circuit

mer program starting June 6 and and Machine Shop, for an electri- effort to secure new 'State Farm. "the schedule of the band's program I I for only one"citizen showed up at j[the weapon to a man who gave on

continuing for eight weeks. He cian's license was granted by. the payrolls for this area. These are The shooting occurred about of spring activities, it was said. the hearing. j)I:name as Ray James Hartman I I
the three major phases of the 9:30 I Smith expressed his thanks to ;his address as 92 East 14th
said it is planned to make the ,Council. p.m. Investigating officers The band will Dlav at the Easter I
summer program a permanent Clerk Carl Johns told the Council Starke and Bradford County economy reported that Mrs. McGovern was{Sunrise Service this Sunday; the i I the entire Zoning Committee and 'I i Miami. !

thing :and for that reason the that the street sweeper is to that have been discussed in I i in her cafe talking to Harry senior band concert will be held I I particularly! to Mrs. E. A. Hall I'I When Miami officials
detail this week at a series of Flanders of the Edgewood Motel and T. C. Hazen Jr., for their unstinting the address to Whitehead and
hardsur- be 14
Council was requested to repaired free of charge.He Thursday. Apr. in the USO at I
business clinics which have been and Mrs. Mary Butts with whom 8 hard work) on the project. I t il.>ndon. they advised that
face an area that could be used for also outlined his activities in p.m.; and the junior band con- ; ,
tt'nnis'olley ball, badminton etc. obtaining a two-way radio for the featured in the educational phaseof she was living at 3353 Deason St. cert will be held Thursday, Apr. 28. The Zoning Committee made I"home of Mrs. Herouac, who :

Mr. Gibson said that the schools city police car through Civilian Defense the Chamber's expansion pro- Mrs. McGovern and her husband I several changes in the Ordinance I 1 at 82 East 17th St.. be rh
will furnish the staff and the buses officials, who told Johns thatif gram. had been separated since last De Help Is Needed before presenting .it to the Coun- Since the addresses were !i

for transportation, but asked the City would agree that the Without exception, more than cember. According to Jackson- I cil. I I similar1. !

the City Council to do the surfac- 8)stem be used in national emer- 200 business and professional men ville officers, they had been having For VictimOf The next step is the advertising Staffa and the Heroux dollars
ing of this area, and also to do- gencies that matching funds, dol- and women have emphasized the trouble and she swore out an as- of the, Ordinance and then at the were found together and held I clients

nate some money to defray some ,'lar for dollar. might be forthcoming -I need for an expanded program of .ault and battery warrant for Mc- Diving Accident April 19 meeting of the Council it I I Miami police until Whitehead I Estelle
advertising and the attendant Govern on Jan. 27. He will be brought up for discussion 'McLendon the
other costs.Berries. from Civilian Defense funds. pub- was jailed I Robert S. Bob could arrive with
( ) Davis, 37, was and I' R0-
licity. "Starke and Lawtey are hut later released when the chargewas seriously injured two weeks !i,I approval. rants for their arrest on
the first principal towns on High- dropped.The I ago I Ii i I of being involved in a

Reach t Order For PalmsTo ,' way 301 of tourists that hundreds of thousands first shot last Friday nightwas !waters when he of black dived creek into and the hit dark a ::New Gas Station I Ii II to help Heroux escape. serv-wel-
and visitors
pass fired outside the cafe, and submerged log. His neck was i i Whitehead and

Be Placed through coming into Florida," Mrs. McGovern said "It must be I reported broken in two places and For 301 North I i I'brought Staffa and Mrs. I said
High Of $$12.70 nointed out Jerry Gay. presidentof Mac." Flanders and Mrs. Butts I his skull was fractured. He was ,, |bv plane to Jacksonville! I II
i the Chamber. \ I county
I He explained 'an across the street and heard taken to St. Vincent's 2* i i Wednesday afternoon and the
: Mrs. M. F Hazen reported this::that steps are being taken to induce Mrs. McGovern scream, "Mac, I treatment. Hospitalfor | T. C Hazen Jr. and Seeber I suspects were placed in the I', : assist-

Btrawborry volume fell off ,week that the Bradford County,1;I the Board of County Commissioners ,don't do it," then several shots I Goodman are having a new service "County jail at Lake Butler. I of

slightly this week at the Starke (;Beautification Committee is making : to make a larger ap followed. Both of the bodies were j i Bob's father, who is familiarly station built on Highway 301, Heroux's (I i' re-

Farmers Market, as a total of an effort to identify a palm I 1 propriation for advertising."Of found on the ground behind the;'I known to Starkeites as "Sugar I north of Starke, near Martin's I father wa taken ,; ;

927 crates brought a total of $8- I known to be of the Phoenix family first importance is the need cafe. Doll" Davis, was in town this! ,Fruit Stand. It will be a stucco custody Wednesday night and ) month-

898.97 in revenue to growers, with /more fully before placing the order I II for outdoor sign boards betweenTriidfnr,1 I Besides her parents. Mrs. Mc-I week seeking assistance in raising I,building with two stalls of the I!I being county held jail for at Starke.questioning in I ; and
the low being $S and the high for the palms which ; funds to buy a necessary brace latest type design, and will sell 1a-.-v ".. J Brad-
are to be ; Onnntv anrl_ th...<> "ntr.... .nl'. '' -
I -- --- ---- n -- Govern is survived by two i Heroux
u__.. ._ .... . sons, I for his son. He said has ben spending his ", :
$12.70 This brings the total for lusru m me neauuiication cam- jof 301 into Florida, telling briefly I the cost of Sinclair products. de-
Roddy of fers
Crosby Starke and in
I this
the for berries to 25832. paign. A frond i this brace is around $87 but local Cost I vicinity for
season from it was sent i i the story of Starke and Bradford Randy McGovern of Jacksonville I of the land and building ,I fi-\

58 so far ,|this week to the Experiment Sta- ;County and letting the tourists !i''a sister, Miss Linda Kay Alvarezof ; [doctors though it might be obtained -,''was estimated by Hazen. at about years and was currently I| to welI

Repi esentative grades on Wed- tion at Gainesville for identification. 'know about the fine accommodation I Raiford: and two brothers Walter -/ for him at somewhat less }:20.000: and it is expected to be in a cottage on Silver Lake. He
than that. His son will be able said to own a sporting goods I .
nesday were 0-5-0-0. 0-4-0-0. and that can be found here" operation about June 1.
Alvarez Starke
and Al- iin I
S-3-0-0. and Government InspectorBen | The reason this particular palm |President Gay continued. varez, Jacksonville.A I to come home when he gets the I !Iin Maine. and sold fishing !I' at this

Winstead said that the quality I has been selected is that it is quite i Mrs. Junius M. Smith is chairman brace. "Sugar Doll" said. 'First Baptist this area during his \\; I[ ,
native of Starke, she had livedin visits.
of the berries is good. However Hardy and will stand the occas-I of the Industry and Agri- Bob was on a fishing trip with I
I buyers said the situation in two t sional low temperatures exper-I'Icultural Division and she strongly Jacksonville for the past five Truman Harris at the time of the !Easter Services I The elder Heroux visited his I i by
words berries!" j| years. I mishap. They weren't I at the prison last Saturday
is :-0 ienced in this locality. recommends that Starke and Brad- catching, j
Else\vhre the situation is that i i I I ford County seek and secure new Funeral services were held Sunday ,,any fish. so decided to go swim- !j I Following the Sunrise Service j was the last outside visitor to [

some berries are still being shipped ,Masons payrolls that will bring greater afternoon at 3 o'clock at the ;:ming. Davis who is married and ,, at Kingsley Lake, conducted by!I';him before Monday's escape ,

from Plant City some from( Enjoy :and year-around prosperity to graveside in Conner Cemetery I!i!the father of three children, dived,the Starke Ministerial Alliance,
Chicken I I with Rev. W. E. Hall of the Pine,'into the black water Sunday services at the First Ban-.
Louisiana, and a few in NOrth BarbpI"lIp_ _____ every segment of business and the and struck - 4-H 1
Carolina. I n j professions. Level Baptist. Church officiating- g- i a log. 1 tist Church, will include Sunday Members Start Poultry Project
School at 9:15th
I A buyer was asked his opinion One of the largest groups ever;I "Are we getting our share of' "Sugar Doll." thougn unable to ; approximately

of both Missionaries and the Florida -I jto attend a Masonic affair gathered :j the consumer dollars that are be- WCTU Announces work now, was once a favorite ,450 Worship in attendance Service., followed by the w .-

90's. and replied that if he were | Thursday. March 31. at the ing spent': in our trade area?" yardman around Starke and has l The message
Student -
ContestThere the
|ty pastor, Rev. Lewis D .
Lodge Hall for a barbecued chicken I This is the question asked by C. many friends here. Anyone wishing -
., a grower he would set some of i I Haines will be "Alive Evermore"J _-.
both. hut that it looks to him as j dinner followed by a called H. Nasworthy, chairman of the are several passages in to help him in this emergency J and the church choir will sing the .. ._ ,, ": r, S
meeting of the Bradford i retail wholesale Mr. send contributions to J. H. '
if the 90's produce more and bet- F. & A. and group. 'he Bible jmay .
warning against strong Cantata, "The Cross
ter berries on an average than the Masons.I i iXasworthy declares that it is necessary drink and all :IduPre at the Florida Power & Triumphant''directed
intemperance. TheI
Missionaries. t I The group of over 230 I that retail and wholesale I Light Co.. or leave them at the by Mrs. L. A. Canova kdL I' :
I members aura Scott Union of the WCTUs ,. .
Nej C. Coleman. who farms out wives and guests, heard an in- (interests work out activities that I i sponsoring a contest in which (!Telegraph office. I!!Moving pictures will be taken at -, 14.a' .,

on the Griffis Loop, sold 11 crates !spiring address by Roy T. Lord !will attract and interest the people -'school students will try to find 1 I II the close of the service for the : _

Wednesday at $11.40 bringinghis Deputy Grand Master of Florida, I I i of our trade territory. 'these passages in the Bible.A Easter CantataAt I eighth consecutive year for the r .,
!introduced Other important factors of civic I i_
total production from about by Worshipful Master
first and award of : church records.
i Methodist I
43.000 plants to about 260 crates i Gene Long as "Mr. Mason." i progress and development empha- I
$10 and $5 in
so far Coleman had some Mis- Lord i sized during the series of business eachage group will Sunday night the ordinance of r.
congratulated the I Sunday Night
Brad- be to students BHS
given of
sionaries set out but when the dry| ford Lodge in its ,conferences had to do with educa- ,, j baptism will be pictured in the I"fill
progress, and Junior and Senior High Schools, -
weather killed them off, he replanted -'!then spoke of the close kinship I tion. health, beautification, and 'who send in the greatest numberof : The Chancel Choir of the First ,,, "Baptistry Beautiful" following

with 90's. He said that he i between Christianity and Masonry j other phases that go together to these verses. The verse, or'Methodist Church of Starke will i:the Happy Hour of song and mes- 1'i3A ,
cannot get his to the 'and that :;make the community the kind of Easter Divine !i i
pickers pick one aim of the Masons verses must be written out with give an Cantata, "The 'sage by the pastor. A cordial invitation .
Missionary berries he has now, be-, ;is to protect the American of place in which people want to live Redeemer," by Charles Gou-
way Bible references also Pa is extended to all to attend
I land rear their given.
cause the pickings are so poor. life, and to "see that our doors are families. Greater ;nod. at the 7:30 p.m. worship serv- j '
Coleman says his berry patch'I well guarded to keep out those II t ecreational facilities both for pers will be graded by a committee ,ice. The choir is under the direction -,t these services.
home folks and for of judges on the basis of .
looks extra tourists and corrections -
good nothat who
right I would destroy Christianity." I of Mrs. Ralph Knight with ]iiMrs. ..
his nursery plants look fine but:i There were 29 different lodges visitors who come to Starke, were neatness, and accuracy. E. K. Perryman as organist i I Bel-Air Restaurant ,

that the recent cold knocked his I from 11 states represented at the given consideration in each of the in must contain warnings against Solos and duets will be sung by .. -
cukes and peas out. j I meeting. The Folkston business sessions. strong drink or intemperance. the following Mrs. j Has INew UwnerMrs.
I (Ga.) Degree The ,I people: Carolyn -P"laTolldlIlnute Photo by th" TelegraphThe -
Judd stated that the good de team conferred Master Mason officers and directors announce To be acceptable, papers sent: '''Redgrave: Jim Ritch, Miss Virginia :| S. P. Green, mother of

mand and good prices for berries I I:Degrees upon six candidates. the that the formal part of The contest will begin April 8 Sewell, Mrs. Robert Sommer, Mrs. j Lawtey City Marshal "Dick" start of a Poultry Project was pictured here Monday with the
is reviving interest on the part of | A educational-financial campaign and entries should be mailed to, W. R Miller L. Hillendahl Mrs. 'I distribution of chicks
vote of thanks was given to will end I i!Thomas this week bought out the baby to 4-H boys and girl*. In photo are (front
growers in strawberry production I the women who helped prepare the I 1 I captains Friday, night. All chairmen Miss S. M. Wallace, secretary,,,Vic Frees. A mixed quartet, composed Bel-Air Restaurant in Lawtey, andwill | row, left to right) Didde Davis, Edna Mae Russ, Lavern Dyal, and
again, and that there are quite a1 I I and lieutenants are, WCTU, Starke. on or before :May P of Mrs. Robert Mullins Mrs. 1 Austin
food and
to the Robert it Gay. Standing ((1 to
ft'nnrerv Green I,.urged, to get their run starting immediately. r) County Agent G. T. Ifugglns, Terry
: plants being set out assignments :20 Winners will be notified and I Brad Locke G.
committee and
for Futch
barbecuing the completed and report at the headquarters :Mrs. Green who lived at Mac- Rudolph Sapp, Charles Whitehead, Gerald :Norman and Mis4
rhlc .:en. awards made at the WCTU meeting M. W. Lance will sing. The pub- ,
clenny Ross,
the Dorothy home
operated Hotel Annie demonstration
office of the Chamber. on May 27. lie agent. Not in photo, but included
is cordially invited.
there for some time. in project. are Nell Williams and Linda lIuggins.


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'JT\Ii **. rlP T f :. XD. pIIReporf HIM yny \ !

Anua Ruth i
Will Our Regional FHA OfficeBe from o f KirCHENIS }

A Victim Of'Bensonitis'? Our community extends its deepest 4i WIF& WORKSHOP TOO I I
Congress sympathy to Mr. and Mrs
: i Tate Alvarez and family of the *J
Several days ago we learned in a roundaboutway State Farm in the loss of their 1e
that plans were being quietly made in Wash by BILLY MATTHEWS' daughter, Darlene, who attended 50 E
ington to close the regional Farmers Home Administration I' C f ti.f school in our community.
office that has been located in The House last week passed an Rufus Crosby is in St. Vincent's ,

Starke for several years and which serves six amendment to the Sherman Anti- Hospital where he underwent an MOP7HKOUGH
counties in this North Central Florida area. operation. He is getting along
.f Trust Act, which gives the Courtan
has not ; very well, and Mrs. Crosby is IAI
closing j.t.1
The 'reason for the proposed ,: opportunity to increase the staying in Jacksonville .
I.iI to be
been divulged but it is safe to say that it is just % fine for each violation rrom $5,000to him. near '

another sample of the Benson "efficiency plan" ; I Also passed in the ANDTHROUGH
-.iI Ronald
which seems committed to discontinuing all services 11 1; ; I/I'i:'i ;i House were two appropriationsbills in Bradenton Crosby with spent his brotherinlaw last week-

to small farmers which do not "pay their including one for Agriculturein and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Bill

own way." the amount of $906 millions. I Shandley.Rev. C.LOCAL IRAOfUAkkl ....
Home Administration am glad to report that there were f
the Farmers .
At its inception and Mrs. C. H. Martin and
increases in the Budget recom-
loans for
established to arrange son. Danny
was 11, MORE CHILDREN CANCeRIN CHILDREN mendations for Soil Conservation, spent Monday in
small farmers, either by direct government loanor Gainesville, where Danny entered
by guaranteeing loans with local bank and 'I eETWEEN"THE AGES ISRARELY CURED.ONWOF School Lunch Program, Agricultural Alachua General Hospital to have 'RKE BUILDERS -=-
\ Extension Service,
\1 Agricul-
finance institutions at moderate rates. It has THREE AND FlF TEWOF6NCERTHANiV I RESEARCAI1ILLFVRNISH his tonsils removed. -- [R.VICE
tural ---
t Marketing Service, and the
been of service to many small fanners in this !. DIE{ \
area, helping them in many ways from the OTHER DKEASE. ,- yOUN; LIVES were increased loan authori- ville: spent last Friday night with ffiBU/LDERS' (

purchase of homes to the installation of irrigation zations for the REA and for rural Joyce Crosby.
systems. telephones. As we know, all of The crops survived the recent X45&333! : aW.LJ t.a
cold, .
Ever since Mr. Benson ,has been at the helmof Farmer's these activities mean so much to although they are almost -
the U. S. Department of Agriculture, however, DiaryBy our people in the 8th District andI any except green. We are
am glad that I was able to vote hoping they will pull out of it and
one of his chief concerns seems to have been Sam McGarrey and speak for these programs. turn green soon. -

getting the interest rate raised on loans to small The other appropriations bill Rev. and Mrs. H. C. Martin en-

farmers. He first made the proposal to Congressat was one for 17 independent agen- tertained the Junior BTU Classat
the very same time that Secretary of the Treasury one crate per 1,000 on the 90 cies including the Veterans Ad- their home last Saturday night

Humphrey was reducing interest rates on plants, but doing very poorly on ministration. This particular appropriation About 25 Juniors were present to

government bonds. Congress (then controlled by the M's. bill was for $5.8 billions !joy games and refreshments o'
the Republicans) finally authorized MrBenson and 80 per cent of this hot dogs and cold drinks.
to increase FHA interest rates one per cent, but Alice is all set up now in a new amount goes to the Veterans Ad- Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Thomas

left it up to him to make the final decision.In business. She is raising worms ministration for disability allowances moved into their new home last

the meanwhile, Benson had appointed as and reports a fine crop, with some pensions, and for the hos- week.Clark and Saturday Mrs. Teston night Mrs. S. R.

the new FHA Administrator:: Robert B. :Mc-: very excellent wigglers for sale. total pitalization of our bills veterans. Our them with a house-warming.entertained

Leaish, a gentleman who had little, if any, experience The difference between our Missionary She says they are not guaranteedto been appropriations passed by the House that so have far received many useful gifts. They

: with small farmers. Like many another and 90 berry plants is so catch fish, as her only guaranteeis this year are under the total The ladies of our community at-

Benson appointee, he is a business executive marked that we are puzzled.The that they are* .worms. amount for similar appropriationslast tended a miscellaneous shower at f'
BIG business at that. And yet he was given the :year. the home of Mr. and :Mrs. Frank "
90's are big vigorous, and The larks didn't bother to pull Norman .
job of "aiding" small farmers. The House Committee on Agri- honoring: Mrs. Clinton i
have lots of fruit on them, the M's up our English peas, and now we Norman, a r ,1
One of Mr. McLeaish's early acts of "aid"wao; culture of which I am a memberis recent bride.
know why. The little scoundrels
look pathetic, they are so small, bills There will be. a baptism i ,
discussing which serviceat
FHA would ,
of the
send word to local representatives
to dried looking, and have clustersof waited until the peas are ready to Bayless
up authorize Hiway Church ,
that interest rates would be increased one per knotty, no-good berries on them. pick, and now they're getting them the Commodity Credit right. Sunday !
Corporation to
cent. Immediately he got a protest, not so much before we can. process surplus
After the last rain, the :M's looked grains into flour and meal for Preaching Sunday morning at 11 ri i <
from the small farmers themselves, because many better, but as soon as it dried off, distribution in distressed areas, o'clock and Sunday night at 8. rf
of them didn't know about it -just as they would looked Worked the Irish potatoes this Sunday School f
they as puny as ever again. and for the use of our citizens obtaining 10 a. m. BTU at
not know about the closing of the regional office The only way we can explainit week, and now if the bugs will welfare or relief assist- 7 p. m. Prayer Meeting each .. ,tea .. ...a
here until after it had been done. The early protests is that the M's are infested with just take a nice long vacation fora Wednesday, 8 .
ance. I am very much interestedin p. m.Rev. H. C. BILL BERRY,popular radio star of WDBO "My wife has
came from the banks and finance companieswho red spider, and that every rain change, maybe' we'll get a cropof this legislation because I be- Martin pastor.the says
maintained helps them. Meanwhile, the 90's spuds. always used light Karo for cooking. and on the table-it's
were to handle the money. They e lieve in it there is an opportunityto
the interest hike was too steep and that small do not seem to be bothered with help our people who are in Post Office Building in Gaines-
red spider as much, and that bears One thing we need very badlyis distress and ville to talk dark Karo for the
farmers couldn't take such a stiff increase. some sort of power sprayer to at the same time with any of our peo- me, best-tasting
Finally Benson and his boys decided to be "easy"on out what Dr. Brooks told us whenwe use with our tractor. The last give a possible channel for the ple who want to see me; and thenon

the farmers and compromised at an increaseof were down at Plant City Straw- time we sprayed our berry patch orderly use of certain surplus Ag- Wednesday night, April 13, I'll eating of 'em all"
berry Laboratory last Anyhow syrup
year. ricultural commodities. speak to the Presbyterian Men of
one-half of one per cent. with a little tank sprayer it took
we'll dust with sulphur, and .1 am looking forward to the Church at Crescent
The closing of the regional office about 8 hours of hard work, and my City.
proposed see what happens, apparently visit in the District and would Yes, indeed..biscuits go like hot cakes when
that small farmers in that is a lot of work to kill a lot
'however would
here, mean TEPP didn't do any good againstthe like to announce the following you pour on plenty of delicious dark Karo...
of little
this area would be forced to try to borrow money pests. bugs. schedules: Friday night, April 8, i%/MietvMisery there's nothing like it for good eating. Satisyin' -
from banks or individuals at higher rates than S I will speak before the F. F. A. RS.
Leo has stopped scratching, for nJ { flavor. So rich it stands right up on top
through the FHA. Mr. Benson will doubtless say "J. B." and Mrs. White came to we got rid of his fleas. We asked Banquet at Jasper; on Monday, .111' of biscuits (keeps 'em light and fluffy). Keep
that be serviced through some other see our irrigation system this April 11, with the other membersof
they can Dr. Mullins about what to do, and # Karo on your table morning, noon and night
regional affice, but we seriously doubt that they week, and before they got away, he gave us some BHC concentrate, the Florida Delegation, I'll]] ,it tops anything!
other we sold them three calves and a visit the State Legislature on L666LIQUID
could unless the staff of that regional and we sprayed his honor, the ;
office were enlarged then where would be the cow. We haven't enough grass for mutt, twice with the stuff, and Tuesday, April 12, and Wednesday, Ask your grocer for DARK Karo, in pint and quart bottles
the nine head we have, so we April 13, I will be in office in M U1UTJ-UMI FAST REU11
net saving to the government? If there were any Leo is now happy as an old hound my
showed him Faith, Clown, and \h.
economy at all, it would be more than offset by Rusty, and Petal, the Brahmancow. dog chewing on a hunk of coon."ffiluBiMT .

inconvenience to the farmersIn "J. B." and Sam had a -r \
his State of the Union message in 1953, great time dickering on the price Il .0-
President Eisenhower expressed concern for the but finally agreed on one satis- ,

problems of small farmers and later appointed a factory to both sides. ,

committee to look into the situation. Over a year S e e

has passed now since the committee was appointed Set out three long rows of 16 Yon
tomatoes this week, and didn't tt Here can boy a big
and still no report 'has been forthcoming. We A why ,
to turn
on our irrigation,
as 200-H.P.
have never been one to criticize the President for it Pontiac for
In addition to less
his fishing trips, or weekend golf, or even for his settingout The Lord gave, and the Lord .. than
Rutgers we set out some
the his White House hath taken away: blessed be the many models
concern over squirrels on Bramins of the
given us by Edith Ferguson -
of the Lord.-Job( 1,22.) '
But could wish that he would
putting green. we ), some Queens, which are lowest-priced
take just a little time to see that his committee an improvement over the Rutgers, When we pray, as in the ( cars and

shows the same eagerness to solve the farmer's Firesteel. Valiant, and a few Lord's Prayer that 'Thy Will MORE PEOPLE much less than
problems that Mr. Benson and Mr. McLeaish Italian plum tomatoes. Maybe be Done,' we are affirming our I stripped

show in trying to get his intereest rates increased out of all the different kinds we steadfast faith that whatever economy models of high
and his services curtailed. may get enough tomatoes this year God directs for us is for the e -
for a change. best-for God is all-seeing, all. pnced makes!
knowing, all-good and all lov

Alice put some nitrate of potashout ing-kindness, now and forever. -
Lower Income Families 2
to the turnips and worked the ARE BUYI NO a Only Pontiac
tops of the bed with the wheel hoe. gives

Should Welcome/ Free VaccineIn Then we plowed out the middles MONUMENTSLOWEST you luxury-can size
of course hoping that the price on pins

a report this week to the Board of County turnips will improve.. PRICES I the sensational Strafo-

Commissioners Dr. A. Y. Covington, county We don't know what we'll get FINEST QUALITYINo Streak V-8!'
health officer, stated that parents' consent has
out of our patch of 1,000
been obtaineed for about 90 per cent of the first plants we set out this vear.nursery but at Extra ChargeFor PONT lACS I
and second grade children for administration of Blgytil tar at III
least we picked and sold two Setting In Or Near .., prltt (MOf end 124'
b".. .
the Salk vaccine against polio.A i) Mel
new quarts of fine berries at 60 centsa STARKEA" lf$price pewtrfvl tar tit
disturbing factor is that most of those quart, so we're sure of that. The Only tar at any"r',. whh

parents who have failed to give consent are among nursery plants look fine, and they andA.d'ullnill. Yegut Two-Tont titling

pay the lower-income for the vaccine groups when who it will ceases be to least be able"free"to are really starting* to* run. t h an eve r b efo f re cf rho Shotk-proct tiding and thanli.driving oeo

When Sam
asked Alice how we
and must be paid for like most other medical

services. Present cost of the vaccine to the Polio are doing with berries so far this .. .
year,, she replied: "We're ,-
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Foundation i is about $3.60 per innoculation, even
more berries than we have" Mean-
production basis. While it will be administered ATLANTIC MEMORIALS.IXC
en a mass inf, of course, that she is scratching -
free of char this spring, later the ESTABLISHED 1930'71S
>'e on out some here and some there,
cost of having it given privately will be relatively and that it all mounts up. She FOREST ST.

expensive. says that we're averaging abut JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA

Dr ovington said that so far as the Salk
vaccine is concerned there is no doubt as to safety, -- -. "- ., .y. a
for more than half a million school children have "- _.. ___'_ ._ __ ._ ._ .. __ -. __ u -- .

been treated with no adverse results. The only

doubt, he said, is just how effective the new vaccine FACTORY FACTORY

will be in preventing polio. This will be announced -


Polio is no respecter of the financial status of ,

a family for it strikes: against rich and poor alike. SERVICE PARTS

For this reason, parents of the lower-income

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hope that any who are withholding their consent You don't have to look far to find the reason for the Pontiac's luxury interiors .once they try the pulse-

because of fear or unfounded superstition concerning tremendous surge to Pontiac. No further than the racing thrills of exclusive Strato-Streak V-8 performfact -
"shots" will reconsider and in this BRAKE TIRES IGNITION
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Covington urges: parents who have not FENDER AND ALL ELECTRICAL lowest-price field. You'll find that if you can afford any new car youThat's

already done so. to sign and return the consent REPAIRSBODY -..' what brings people In to see and drive a can easily afford a Pontiac.

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'Chinatown. He will be. at Park-of- Worchester, Mass. spent a week I:Connell Explains I,operation. I.
the-Palms for a few days and will ..recently with Mr. and Mrs. Harvey 5. Amendment of the adoption j
KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS speak every morning at 9:30 from Baxter at their home on ,Proposed ChangesIn i act which would simplify procedure I DRAPES 1Ja

April 5th through the 13. Brooklyn Lake and then proceeded I Welfare Act and eliminate social investigationof

(NEWS OF KEYSTONE HEIGHTS AM VICINITY) Mass at St. William's will be at to Miami. They plan to :, ;t"t: :: !' 1- .: -- TfI step-parent adoptions unless requested -I SLIP COVERSREUPHOLSTERING -
By Mary K. Schaeffer Phone 4127 I iS o'clock on Easter Sunday. Fol- return to Keystone, en route to T.R.. Connell, member District I by the court.

lowing mass, an Easter egg hunt Worchester. I I Five, Welfare Board, has explained : Mr. Connell stressed the importance -I '

to an unfortunate bit of IA covered dish luncheon was en- will be held for pre-school chil- Among those, attending the the proposed legislative program,' of the public, both recipients -
misinformation Due. it is necessary to'I'joyed at the conclusion of the pro- dren, and children of the first, Humphreys Trail Ridge social I approved by the State Welfare!i and taxpayers, understanding -
! in last' second, third, and fourth grades. club dance last Friday eveningat Board and the Florida Association i that the lien law wouldin
statement made gram.
week's column concerning E. T. There will be an Easter Sunrise Older children have another sur- the Starke U. S. O. were Mr. of District Welfare Boards. The no way interfere with the elderly .
Shull Sr. He wishes it known that Service at Park-of-the-Palms on prise in store for them later. and Mrs. Allen Dean, Mr. and :Mrs. five-point program provides as :person's right to live in his homestead ELEGANT STYLING

J. he is still in business in Starke Sunday. Rev. George Cole Jr. of For adults there will be coffee Everett Fox, Mr. and Mrs. R. N. follows: I t during his lifetime. The lien PERFECT TAILORING

as he has been for the past 15 New York City, will deliver the and doughnuts, after mass to Sunderland, Mr. and Mrs. Henry 1. A lienand recovery clause amen- ;I would not be enforced as long as Call Peg at 239 for Advice and
This is our public apologyto message. Rev. Cole was a mis- help make this Easter in our new Hall Mr. and Mrs. George Schaef- ment to the old age assistanceact. a surviving spouse or a dependentchild
years.Mr Shull. sionary in China, until driven out chapel a festive occasion. fer, and Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Morgan Passage of such an act would! live in the home, Mr. Connell i A Free Estimate

The W. M. U. of the Baptist by the Communists. He and his Men of the Community Church I Jr. not withhold benefits nor wouldit said. :
Church met at the church last wife and four children were forcedto building fund committee have secured Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Loudon Sr. take away homestead duringthe "A careful study of the experience -
Tuesday at 10:30 a. m. PresidentMrs. walk to the nearest bus. line. plans from an architect for' are back home after visiting out life of the welfare client, or if l of 31 states which have the CHAS. C. SHEPHERD

E. Altman, .conducted the It required 21 days to reach an educational building to be built of state for about two weeks. it continued to be used as a home lien and recovery law conclusivelyshows

business session, followed by :Mrs. that place, and on the 10th day, right next to the church. The con. Supporters of the New Libraryat I by sun-ing husband or wife or by that it enables the state TV Radio Seat Covers Upholsterin
Raymond Mann, who led an interesting Mrs. Cole died of malaria. Since tract has been let to Fred Dodd Woman's Club minor dependent children.
are pleasedover to Starke Fla
discussion on the subject that time Rev. Cole has been car- who was low bidder. Members of results of the Rotary Fish 2. Adequate appropriation for help aged people more ade- ,
The Cooperative Program." rying on his work in New York's the church are in the final stagesof Fry. Our thanks to that organization child welfare services to provide!quately through recovery of funds I

III! a fund campaign, and everyone and while we're giving temporary care, to help unmarried without interfering with their right I',

i is helping as best he can out commendations, a lot of praiseis mothers under 21 years: of age, to I II to retain the homestead during)I FINEST HOME-COOKED FOOD

G. J. McGRIFF APPLIANCES The Harriet Kelly class of the due Mrs. Bea Cooper. The library I provide for the care of runaway I their lifetime" :Mr. Connell said. '

(First Baptist Church held its has been her "baby" from I children, to supply housekeepers to "This provision also embraces the :
regular( monthly meeting last the beginning and she has spent care for children at home during]I Served Anywhere
of the individual
Tuesday night at 8 o'clock in the many hours fixing books etc. illness of parents and to take care I right to receive
i !home of Mrs. Nealie Rich. After Results of Duplicate Bridge: of children in foster homes. I help when in need since it enables p S REGULAR DINNERS

I(completing the business on hand, March 28-1st place, Mr. and 3. Adequate appropriation for'him to repay the funds received e SHORT ORDERS SANDWICHES[

the I ladies enjoyed a social hour Mrs. Fremont W. Tolles; 2nd, Mrs. aid to dependent children so that through his own assets." 0 HOME COOKED PIES

[and refreshments.The Iva Hillyer and Miss Edna Nilson; the present legal maximum of $81 In developing the department'splans .
------- ------- -
ladies of the Woman's Club 3rd (tie) Mrs. Anna James and can be raised, or eliminated. I the !
emphasis was placed on Specializing In
[are elated over receipts from the Miss Anna McCullough; Mrs. 4. Adequate appropriation to 1 need for more staff. The case load !
rummage sale which they held in, Clara Ridaught and Mrs. Mary provide additional staff and better has increased three and onehalf'times SEAFOODS AND STEAKS

the building formerly occupied by Dona. salaries so that staff can be obtained ._ .
as rapidly during the last 13 ------ ---------a a.
JMcKay Real Estate,last Friday and April 4-1st place, Mr. and Mrs. and kept. The appropriation :years as has the size of staff. Thedepartment '
I Saturday. The sale will continue Fremont W. Tolles; 2nd, Mrs. Iva request would allow the establishment has the same number Ir i

NOW ONLY ,this Friday and Saturday, and Hillyer and Miss Edna Nilson; 3rd, of five new child welfare r on the staff today as it had five : BROWN dB DERBYEthel
there are still some good bargains Mrs. Allen Graham and Miss I units and continue the 15 now in i years ago.
I to be had for your loose Catherine Graham.Mr. I I
I Ia "It is now impossible to do a'
(i change.! : and Mrs. Raymond Peach!located in Miami. good job under these conditionsand Crews pf Jeff

Last Saturday was a busy day and family of Jacksonville spent Samuel Hankins, chief of the I and many of the services being : and """""',
I for the youth group of the Community the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. airport operations and legal au- I requested by the community will : l nlyn Wise ft A F E
Church. The ladies
\ young Roy Browning Mr. Peach is con- thority of the Civil Aeronautics have to be curtailed unless additional -' Owners ft chef
had bake sale of cakes, cookies,
a 'II
nected with the Civil Aeronautics Administration made a stop over! funds are appropriated" Mr _
(and candy which they had made Administration and will now be 'at Keystone Airpark last Tuesday. I Connell said 'I .. :: ::_ .-_- ':: 'n.'.-:'_' _'j-i _-_ _= _::. _-. =_: .;"
themselves, while the young men
I were busy washing and polishing .

autos. They tell me their pricesare I
\ \ I
W.z reasonable and they do anI

I exceptionally good job. If you /

= r (want your name on the list, con-
<_ Itact Mike Walrath or Bruce Pre-

:_ ,vatt.The Woman's Club will have an far 4.

important business meeting on I
2& -. Tues., April 12, 1 p. m., and all

r LIMITED I I (members are urged to be present. I
The women of the Community
I Churchill have a bake sale on x-I (
HA 7K QUANTITYFailSafe Saturday, April 9, at 10 a. m., ;

near the Post Office. _
: The date for the Strawberry _
Fail-Safe Alarm System Counterbalanced Lid festival has been changed to April II III ,
r +. ,
Positive Action Latch Removable Baskets 30, from 6 to 9 o'clock. It will beheld ,
I( on the lawn of the Episcopal
I Selective Temperature Control Church. I

I, The, St. William's Altar Society's! ifc
tfRfQiuNtf(H IT AND P'Ki {tDiiE"-
-, I(venture known as "The Thrift
will henceforth be called i
We Service Everything We Sell I"The White Elephant Shop," it'I

':was decided at a meeting of the j
altar society last Thursday, at the I
;home of Mrs.: H. L. Morgan Jr. t
G. i L
MCGRIFI |Plans were made for Easter Sun- !

day festivities, and attendance )
the coming N. C. C. W. meetingin : ,
Jacksonville was discussed. I

Cor Call & Walnut Sts. Phone 229 We are glad to hear that Connie;i
:Jones is home from the hospital ,; .4g _
Starke Fla.IT'S 'and feeling well again. Connie j >0 .< 3 ZN.L. F1L sr aa4 ,y
I'underwent an emergency appen- .. ",
dectomy several weeks ago. !j

1! Keystone Heights Boy Scout;! :, w
$+::Ins 'VnS,,'S S ..L \ r
I Troop 105 went on a camporee to, rc
TOPS .. \
R ,Camp Francis near Interlachen, j
; f on March 25-26, leaving on Friday -(
dA.rit-: : after school and returning :(
I about 5 p. m. on Saturday. About ;I
116 boys enjoyed the. outing, under
I the leadership of Scoutmaster El-

mer Livingston and Asst. Scout-

master Ed"Kerr.
1 :Mr. and Mrs. George Small have
moved to Wiersdale. Anyone. Interested -

in purchasing their home,
furnished, can get the key from Lj rrx% :> F

Mrs. Harvey Baxter. '-
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Walker of ,-

I Lake Butler spent last Thursday x
afternoon with the H. A. Dales

and the Chester Moodys. I the best.
Mrs. C. R. Fendrick of Galion Almost everyone appreciates -9r

Ohio, is visiting her son anddaughterinlaw
I 4! 2t\8J Mr. and Mrs. I

Carl Fendrick.Mr. . ..
and Mrs. Lester Humphriesof I 4
Starke were Sunday afternoon j t

guests of Mr. and Mrs George I
A Miss Gladys Tillis entertained I Bring a bright little lift to the Easter scene. Bring out
at her home on Lake Geneva, last ./

Thursday evening, the occasion I Coke 1 frost-beaded bottles of sparkling Coca-Cola for your guests.
being the birthday of her friend, :

r 1:lrs. Pat were Fraher.enjoyed Bridge throughout and canasta -i' for How good Coke is, with its tangy,

t the evening. I j bracing taste that most everyone prefers.
On the subject of birthdays,Mrs. ]
R. N. Sunderland put in a busy'! And how quickly its bit of wholesome energy refreshes.
weekend recently, having parties !
.... .. for two of her children. Young I EasterHospitality Have plenty on hand for Easter.

Bruce was four years old on March

25th, and his guest list includedthe
following members of the
.. sandpile set: Roger Smith, Marsha Fifty million limes a (day at home, at work
Haberstioh Leslie and Mar- ,

shall Beam, Mark and Karen i I or ou the way "There'sTrothulg like a Coke"
THE Crowley, Cathy McKay, Billy Cannon t
Jr., Janet Manown, and Richard -
I'' Purdy

ef! } I Kay Sunderland was seven on
ELECTRIC and her guests in-
0 March :26th! ( ._, i '
cluded Sylvia Dodd Jackie Fox _
WATER HEATER : ij' Linda McKay, Carol and Ginny .1r srb

Campbell, Norma Valedjuli, and t
Carol Baker. I pod aor"3 /
An e'ecbk: water heater: is TOPS in performance! Mrs. A. J. Hell has gone to
There's end!to the ple.1SUefull suppy! of rear/:! Pittsburgh, Pa. to visit her son 4
HQT Mater: a defiterj. It's clean] safe, tt ilt. Dr. P. F. Holl. She plans to be *
It Dears! your Inter,not tour lIause...test of aft!| gone about two weeks. t
it can be tilled ay,31 anr-, .tre. 'S AM 'Mr. and Mrs. G. :Mitchell, and tfcsspavi4V IVm .

Another top perfansint Lbof-saviiiz electric! three sons, of Troy, X. Y. are ., .
servant! is be! mjJern, automatic e'!< that rocks yr meats cheaper (aster and.safer I Dales on Little Brooklyn Lake. look for

....ita"Vk HITE-GLOV L"cleanta-ess. Mrs. Chester E. Moody and children your Dealers Wl' s w" m

r',., > Call your] electric appSaacs of Little Brooklyn Lake, .
\\: JJ 1 dealer tciby and learn bo* spent last Wednesday afternoon in' Easter Display of >
Lhttie it costs to operate thee x :z #
'/ Starke and Lake Butler. Coca-Cola I
7. f e'edr.c! ; fce en-toat leave !
7.\ Mr. and Mrs. Axel Malmgrenleft
''j J1U]i f'te to eijcy Happ.ertttCTRICAUYJ Tenn. take home a I
Wednesday for Memphis
Uo"'kA U-nj
-- 'CE
fO f\ to visit the family of their son Carton or Two \

( Dr. and Mrs. Richard Malmgren S
and children. During their stay,

s<:I! YOUR DEALER TODAY j jWj ) the doctor and his wife plan to IT !
.attend a medical convention in BOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY OF !

1lDf e, California, which will give the STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY
senior Malmgrens a chance to be-
FLORIDA & with their
POWER come better acquainted "Co1e" is o regtstered: trcde-mnrk. i
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Junior Club \ Circles I IVSCS Choir I I NOTICE TO APFEAR of the Circuit Court in and for day April 19th 155! at 7 10 o'. "
Circuit Court Bradford County Bradford County. State of Florida PM. at which time the City Ccil ,
Florida In Chaneerr. upon receipt of proof of publica- will consider the adoption :
Has BanquetFor Met This \Veek Has Easter ProgramThe II I Edward Louis Thiele, Plaintiff, vs. tion of this notice. the fictitious Zoning Ordinance for the {'t>>
Dorothy Thiele Defendant. I name of McOriff Mercury Motors Starke which will regulate ami\ : -
New Members An I Case No. 10-94S 'under which I am engaged in business strict the height. number of stc.size -., ,
illustrated different
on the Methodist Youth Choir
Notice To Appear I at Court and Jefferson Streets : of buildings and other stnuren. -
types of crosses pre'I'I To: Dorothy Thiele, whose residence Starke, Fla. .
annual '
:Mrs. Ben Ritch of Ocala State was givenby sented: their the l.er.'entage ".f lot that :
and address js' Walnut G. J. sole ,
I McOriff owner 307 E. be occupied the sIze of yards '.
Mrs. C. L. Scholl when
Easter music Sunday evening at Street, Walden. New York. .
I Chairman of Junior Woman's I Call St. Starke. Fla.Dat.'d and other open spaces, the den-,'.-
Clubs One of the Methodist WSCS met the regular worship hour. You are hereby notified that a this Sth day of April A. D.'Itiio of population and the location .1' I
was guest speaker Monday at 10 suit for ; Starke, Bradford County. Fla. use of buildings, structures and :,1.' 1
'night when the Starke club gave Tuesday morning o'clock in The choir, composed of 25 young Divorce and settlement of real 4/8 4t 429Notirv : for trade industry, residence .n'
Gladys Mooty\ the recreation building. Mrs. Scholl estate title other purpose. A copy of the z
Ii its biannual dinner honoring new .concluded her people, have as their director and has been filed against you In the Itrlatltr To Tbr ,tdopliuo Of ing Ordinance to be consider.1 l .
Phone 35 members of the. organization. .1 part of the program accompanist, Mrs. Lloyd J. Green. above named Coutt and causa and I A Zoning Ordinance Fur '1 he Citytf on file in the City Clerks land \:!
I with a fantasy on the boyhoodlife you are required to serve a copy of !MarUe. Florida: may be inspected.
_ __ 666 ,.j The tables, arranged in the au- Jesus. The Easter Soloists were Babs Lance, Jackie your answer or pleading to the TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: All interested parties and et., :,.,
--- - - - devotional
itorium of the Woman's Club, of Hobbs, Bobbe Bastedo and Jan complaint on the Plaintiffs I Y.utIll takf.n.>tue that a public I may appear and be heard at':v
. I was given by Mrs. W. G. Haile. Attorney Williams & Futoh, P. 0, I ht'armg111 h> held hy the City tin:e and pla. e 11.1'00I'e..fled
Garden Club Garden Club were attractively decorated in the the business session Mundorff.The Box 188 Starke Florida, I I, Coun. ii >.[ the City uf Starke, Florida I !Hated this April 6th 1l55.
and was ,
Easter motif. An presided prelude, "Christ The Lordis and file the original In the officeof .it 1- tim tniK mom .n the Cit' < s> Carl Johns City. rink i
To Have Exhibits Elects New Slate over by :Mrs. L. A. Davisin the Clerk of the Circuit Court on I Hall in I
Df yellow gladioli, iris, and Easter the absence of the leader, Mrs. Risen," organ-piano duo, was or before the i

Garden Of OfficersThe lilies, in a low crystal bowl, played by Mrs. Green and Sandra 9 day of May. 1955;
Members of the Starke L. D. Vining. Refreshments were otherwise the allegations of Bald

Club, and all other interested centered the speaker's table. served by the hostesses, Mrs. W. Johns. Complaint fused will be taken as con. See This Amazing Value!
Club met by
Starke Garden xpu.
persons, are Invited to enter horti- New members honored at this R. Miller and Mrs. Wilma Dock- This notice sXall be publishedonce
cultural exhibits in the State Monday evening for their postponed time were Mrs. Howard Wait,! stader.A Orchid Cultures i each week for four consecutive 41aL4t flPIECE
the Parish weeks in the Bradford
March meeting at County Tele-
15-17 Ocala. Mrs. W. E. Bigham Jr., Miss Carolyn I '
Flower Show April skit entitled "The Officers'Clinic" graph.
Mrs. R. F. Young. Starke Garden house with Mrs. M. F. Hazen, pres- Edwards, Mrs. Pete G. Felos, was presented at the Circle [ Topic TodayA Dated this 6 day of April 1955. il' LIVING ROOM
ident presiding. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
and Mrs. S.
Mrs. Randall
Club Horticultural chairman, Chitty,
Two meeting in the recreation noted orchid authority from Clerk of the Circuit Court
will attend the Flower Show, and The members answered roll call R. Marco. Hostesses for the eve- building Monday afternoon at 3 the Jacksonville Orchid By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk

any entries may be made, through by naming their favorite flower. ning were Mrs. H. M. Hatcher Jr., o'clock. Refreshments in the Easter lead the discussion on Societywill 4, S 4t 4. 29 UGROUPr

ter. Mrs. J. A. Griffin announced that Mrs. J. M. Vickers, Mrs. R. S. motif were served to memberson ing orchids at the Garden grow-Club

three judges had been chosen for Mullins, Mrs. M. H. Sheppard, and -NOTICE TO APPEAR
arrival by the hostesses, Mrs. horticultural meeting this Friday la Circuit Court Bradford Coaatn" t J- :-':'-:- rI".t '-'"
the Flower Show, April 23-24. :Mrs. Mrs. T. I. Mersereau.The 'f" "" -=-
C. Florida la
Woman's Club D. Williams and Mrs. Henrietta afternoon at 3:30: o'clock at the Chancery. ,' .
R. B. Alvarez reported that the club president, Mrs. DoyleE. Mary Alice Younce Shook .

To Meet Wednesday Peace Rose Garden had been Conner, presided over the busi- Hunt. During the business session Starke Woman's Club. ,ant.vs. Vernon Carl Shook Jr.Plaintlff\. \. .
presided over by Mrs. L. Mrs. R. F. Young, Horticultural Case -- -- I ..
and weeded. Mrs. R. F. session which the ''Satire To Appear I
:pruned ness during 'ff .
D. leader
Green it
was I
The Starke Woman's Club will Young announced that she had club voted to assist the Senior announced Chairman, extends an invitation to To: Vernon Carl Shook, Jr., whose I\
that a Mission Study class will residence and address is: c '0 Robert .J.\-
to attend these informal
meet Wednesday afternoon at 3:30: .procured a noted orchid authorityfrom Club in redecorating the clubhouse public :Shook, 5th Street, S.V.., Hickory. r -
be held at the church on April ,
discussions which .
o'clock. The will featurea are given once a Xorth Carolina.
program the Jacksonville Orchid So- by contributing $200.
20 with Mrs. Allen Watson of month. You are hereby notified that a :
speaker, reports of all officers ciety to lead the discussion on or- Miss Delores McKnight distributed suit for I
district ,
Wildwood president as-I
and chairmen, and a report by chids at the horticultural meetingthis the new year books, and dedi- Divorce and restoration of
sisting. A "love offering" was taken maiden name I
the nominating committee of new:' Friday afternoon at 3:30: cated them to Mrs. A. Z. Adkinsin i and will be presented at the Baptist Circle has been filed against you In .he \
officers. Members of the executive of her enthusiastic I above named Court and cause and
o'clock in the Woman's Club build- appreciation -
next conference meeting in Ft. Met Tuesday"Sharing you are required to serve a copy of II
board will serve as hostesses. ing. All members and friends are support as Senior Sponsor of I Lauderdale. The meeting closed your answer or pleading to the .,, : __

urged to attend this meeting. :Mrs.R. the Junior Club.It complaint on the Plahtlff"1Attorney : j _
with a devotional by Mrs. J. F. Good News" was the Theron A Yawn, Jr 1'. -
F. Demorest reported that the was announced that the an- McComb.The O. Box 872, Starke. Florida
program topic used by Mrs. Dave i
Junior Gardeners from the Ele- nual state convention will be held and file the original in the office 01
Kingsley Lake home of Mrs. Paulk when the Annie Armstrong I the Clerk of the Circuit Pourt nn
mentary School are planning dish in Tampa, April 19-21, and members J. W. Andrews was the meeting Circle of the First Baptist Church or before the 9th day uf M.ii < ,' I.
otherwise the allegations of
gardens for their exhibits in the > can attend are asked to contact saw
place for Circle Three, Monday met Tuesday afternoon. Assistingwere Complaint will be taken as confess ,
Flower Show.It Mrs. Conner.Garner.Spirelle. id.by yon.
Mrs. Robert Barksdale and
skit "Oh <
afternoon at 3 o'clock. A This notice shall 68 published
was announced that Foster Yes You Can" was presented by Mrs. Paul Raymond, circle leader. once each week for four consecutive I

r _ Shi Smith had donated $50 toward Mrs. I. P. Shepherd, assisted by The devotional was given by Mrs. graph.weeks in the Bradford County Tele.

beautification of the Bradford all members present, and Miss Maxine Hildebran, and refresh- Dated this 1 day of April, I't3.; >.

County Wayside Park near Hamp- Mr. and Mrs. Wm. J. Siprelle of' Kate Struth gave the devotional.The ments were served by the hostesses OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby 'I
Keystone Heights announce the Clerk of the Circuit Court ,Actual Photograph On Our Display: Floor
Mrs. Ressie Colson and
hostess served refreshmentsat By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
ton.The nominating committee reported marriage of their daughter, Suzanr.e the close of the meeting. I Mrs. J. D. Smith.Women's 4 S 4t 4, 2?

to Gary Garner, son of Mr.
the following: for president, One Sofa Bed All For Only
Mrs. M. F. Hazen; V. P., Mrs. P. and Mrs. Eugene Garner of Brooker Lake WMU Council NOTICE TO APPEAR
IJ. on Wednesday, April 6. The Kingsley I ITl' In Circuit Court, Bradford County One Platform Rocker
Quattlebaum; 2nd V.P., Mrs. J. Florida In C... rp.
I E. Groover: ; 3rd V.P., Mrs. R. F. marriage took place at 7 p.m. in Kingsley Lake Baptist WM Plans SupperLadies Leslie :Mae Ratson, Plaintiff vs. En- Two Step End Tables 95
St. Edward's Catholic Church with I nis James Batson, Defendant.Case
YOung; Rec. Secy.. Mrs. A. R U will Thursday, April 14, No. 10-928 I
.1 Father Harold Jordan officiating. of the Women's Councilof One Coffee Table 11
I Xotlre To Appears
Norman; Corr. Seey. and Treas.
GU 05 ARt Aelt 1b [EP I Both Mr. and Mrs. Garner are at 10:30: a. m. with Mrs. Sadie the First Christian Church will' To: Ennl.s James Datson, whose
SOMETiMWr Qlj Mrs. E. A. Hall. Mrs. Hazen appointed residence and address !l 50 Rut- *
/HUE STANDING% luncheonwill is: Two Table Lamps
[ members of the Senior Class at Elder. A covered dish sponsor a chicken supper, Friday ledge Avenue, Charleston South
UQ- -rjc; \.Eb Mrs. Marian Howe as Finance -
'MR. Bradford High School and will be served at noon. Everyone night, April 15, begining at 5:30 Carolina. One
JOIM-r& LOC6. \ \ Chairman. All were unanimously Proceeds You are hereby notified tnat a Loop Rug
-_- make their home in Starke. welcome. o'clock to 8:30: o'clock.
suit forDivorce
elected and will
be In- I will go toward the new church and other relief n 1
stalled at the May meeting. has been filed against you In the I
Bo find Easter \ pews. ... . . . .
aware. you'll I above named Court and cause and & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & 1 1 1 111111
During the program Mrs. R. F. The supper is open to the public. you are required to serve a copy of I Iyour
Gifts for everyone at the Young demonstrated corsage mak- Adults $1.25 and children under answer or pleading to the I
complaint on the PlalntItVaAttorney
BULLIXGTON STUDIO A "DA."D ling and each member made a cor- 12, 50c per plate.IWinsome Samuel ,\". Oetzen, P ODor .
sage. 81. Gainesville, Florida. 1I1"'feZ
and file the original In the officeof
GIFT SHOP. See our The refreshments and flower arrangements Class the Clerk of the Circuit Court onor
before the 9 day of May,
beautiful selection of Bible at the meeting carried
--" 1955; otherwise the allegations

and Hallmark greeting cards, out the Easter motif.Elementary Looke like the Easter bunny,of nine Brownies competing in a Has Buffet Supper said confessed Complaint by you.will be taken as HAS YOUR ENTIREEaster 4

is getting his usual,work-out this j bubble gum contest, and prizes of I The Baptist Winsome Sunday This notice shall be publishedonce
each week for four consecutive
foday. marshmallow
PTAThe rabbits and chicks
week with not a stone unturned School Class met Thursday evening weeks In the Bradford County Tele
I were given in the quiz contest graph OutfitCurlee
Mar. 29 for buffet
I a supperat
I Elementary School PTA in town as the small fry stage Millie Haynes and Ruth Hatch Dated this 1 6 day of April. 1955.!
the home of Mrs. Harry Hatcher OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
will meet in the school cafeteria their annual egg hunt First served refreshments at the con- at Camp Blanding.The Cleric of the Circuit Court

Tuesday, April 12, at 7:30: p. m. event was Thursday of last week clusion of the party. business meeting was pre- Cy Marian L. Crosby Deputy 43 4t Clerk 429n & SewellMEN'S

STUDIO AND GIFT SHOPS Mrs. Ralph Knight and her 5th when the Baptist Nursery Group Hear that Margaret Rose Dun- sided over by the president, Mrs. -

and 6th grade choral group will had their Easter party at the city can, Joan and Joyce Scholl, San-. Charles Darby. After the meetingwas Circuit Court, Bradford County,

/! present an Easter program. Mrs. Silcox dra Johns, Bobbe Bastedo, Linda adjourned, games were enjoyed Florida ID Chancery g
park with teachers Patsy SUITS
: Marian Howe, secretary of the Johns and Gail Duke were among by the 19 present. Bertha Ohio Prince Plaintiff vs.

Chamber of Commerce, will pre- Betsy Haas, Sarah Lawson, and I those attending the Track Meet .\ Eugene Prince.... Defendant.Case wo.; lu-SHo.._ (
Doris Vickers superintending
sent a "Travelogue on Cuba. in G'ville Wednesday afternoon Order Of Publication And Xotlre To
fun The Baptist Beginnerstook 1 St. Mark's Auxiliary Appear State of Florida Tot TilE NEWEST IN
&&&& see Wilma Dockstader now work- Prince, whose residence -
&&& after- Artie Eugene
AAAAAAAA.There's over the park Tuesday FABRICS
ing at the Nat'l Guard U. S. P. Plans Silver TeaThe and address is: Pvt. Artie Iu\ STYLES AND
noon with teachers Dot Sheppardand Prince. U.L.L.ST. 72!. l'/o
Always Something & D. O. office, taking the place of New York. New York.
: Linnie Linsin refereeing the Postmaster. RI 4YE11 All Sizes
Blanche Chapman's who is retir- Woman's Auxiliary of St.Mark's You ae required to appear on
egg-search Louise McRAe'shome May 9. 1955, In the above name
: Episcopal Church will givea
ing noted that Jimmy Crosbywon
wherein plaintiff
was the scene of the Baptist Court and cause 61.99
COOKIN'AT 2nd prize of a $50 bond in Silver Tea at the Parish Houseon seeks divorce and restoration of PRICED $4
Primaries Easter Wednes-
day afternoon, and party the Presby- the Charming Child contest while Church street, Thursday after- maiden Bradford name.County Telegraph shall i; FROM Ij

Melody Cuttino won honorable noon, Apr. 14, from 4 to 5:30: nublish this Order In next four ---u
terian S. S. group hunted eggs on mention o'clock. The is invited. weekly Issue
see Helen Crosby has public
the spacious grounds of Lila Rae Witness my hand and official sealit
MARY & BILL'S CAFE Yawn's home Tuesday afternoon been added to the bookkeeper Starke, Florida. this April 5, -

staff in the bank hear that 1955.
Three more egg-hunt parties Birthday Party (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. DarbyAs
(BUS DEPOT FORMERLY JUNE'S GRILL) Lefty Gomez, former New York Clerk of Said Court

were held Thursday the Kin- 'Yankee pitcher, and Gene Byrd I I honored By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk ltE SPORT COATS
: GIVE US A TRIAL dergarten's in the morning at I I Phyllis Prevatt was Lloyd Bass, 302 Clark Building. ?
were luncheon guests of Herb Thursday: afternoon of last week Jacksonville, Florida.
Businessman's 50c and 65c Plate Lunch school the Methodist Juniorsat I 4t 4, 29
: 4/8
Thomas last Saturday Attys. for Plf.
with a birthday party at the home
S Steaks Chops Sandwiches Chili 5 o'clock out at Boots Green'splace -
: Malts -- Shakes Sodas) Sundaes and the Junior Women Coming in this weekend for a i'of her parents. Twenty-six guests th 9( TOP SPRING QUALITY

had their youngsters party at the I short Easter holiday are Marcus :were present to enjoy the games >OTICR OF IMT.NTIOV TO 4t! FLORIDA WEIGHT
park in the afternoon the I and contests, and prizes were Notice Is hereby given that theundersigned

Methodist Cradle Roll Nursery, Medical school, Florence Brown, awarded to John Arthur Reddishand under the provisions of From
Tickets $4.50 for $4.00 1
: Meal Ann Johns and Agnes Lawson Chapter :20.953 Laws of Florida Actc
John Adams. Refreshments $9.95
and Kindergarten groups will ha'e.their of 1941, will register with the Clerk
: Bread We Serve In Our BurgersIs from FSU, and Martha Landrum, mother. \ a
The Only egg hunt at Ernestin Den- were served by Phyllis'
.. .. . 4tS& & & I
: The Bun mark's at three o'clock Saturday Kathryn Kelly Adele Scholl, Nan- ... & &&& &&&&&&&&&&&&

: Mary and Bill Mason welcome you afternoon Catholic Church cy DuPre, Marion Harrington,I UDC Will Meet ,I II ---\1\

A "FREE" of Coffee children will hunt eggs on the Robert Taylor, Charles Lawson, FOR SALEA //JTTRI
: This Ad Worth Cup I
and Gene Shaw from U. of F. \
'TTTTTTTTTTTTTTyTTTTTTTTTTTTTTVTTTTTTTTVTTTMTT"So..that's church grounds Saturday aternoonat I The UDC meeting which was

2 o'clock Episcopal Church I Hear that K. F. Foster of Hat- postponed last Wednesday, will be MONEY MAKERONE

small fry will do likewise Sunday'I tiesburg, Miss the new BBS bandmaster -held Tuesday afternoon at 3:3,01 I DRESS PANTS [I

afternoon at 3 o'clock on the has rented the E. J. Dow- o'clock at the home of Mrs. E. L. 3-CAR TRAIN WITH

I IL ILTrade at H2rne I It'A church grounds and the First\ling cottage at 536 W. Call St. Matthews.

Christian Church toys and girls()fr. and Mrs. Roy Downing and \ :300 FT. TRACK PIAJS SIZES PATTERNS I .j
j of Palatka have rented
will have their turn Sunday morn-
-- ing at 10 o'clock at the church [,the Charles Knight house on Rt. COLORS AND PRICES J ITO

Brownie Scouts :held their egg.J301 near Bradford Furniture Corp., ( New River Associational! Call

hunt at the J. M. Edwards home j.. where Mr. Downing is employed 1 l UU will meet with the. Gadara I SUIT EVERYONE

r"SM Tuesday afternoon and Gayle Edwards I the W. J. Masons have taken L\\W Church WMU near Lake i PHONE 106 FOR PRICEITTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTI

$: IccxI won a prize for finding thE.1 over Van's Cafe the J. L. Col<, I I
: Geneva at 10 o'clock Friday, p.r.1
,: ;family have moved from abovGreen's \ From $1.95
most eggs Pictures were taken L
) '15. Those attending are asked I _..
ftcv ? f I II store to their new home:, sandwiches and the host! .", '
bring --- --- LI
In Pinehaven Mr. and :Mrs. -r-
I DID YOU KNOW? i iI .Joseph Vandemark and family church will serve the dessert and j -IlL:
is invited.
k drink. Everyone

t I Your Feet are Killing 1 1I N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Beta Sigma PhiI p&R'

Lewis have moved from 11th St. .

: I You! 1 I to their new home in Saratoga The Beta Sigma Phi sororty will liGHT B BREEZE[(l[

W91w Many Chronic Ailments can 1 Heights Rev. and Mrs. S. J. I I i meet Monday night at 8 o'clock at Fri. Sat.-April 8, 9 I #

be tram to foot disorders 1 Grady have moved back to their I:the home of Mrs. J. H. Fields. Double Feature I
house Park St. and James and
where the small bones of the on !Hostesses will be Mrs. Herbert The Kid From I
Mary Lovett of Jax are occupyingthe Green and Mrs. Inman Green. S
feet create
nerve pressures ,Carrie Ritch Apt. Mr. Lov- :i Broken Gun I

which in turn cause referred cit is employed with Humphreys.Edna : -
pain In some other part of the Recent BirthMr. .:'barl('<, Starret Smiley Burnett uH -

41kL4Il $ \ bodr.I Stone celebrated her birth- -And- .. TOPS FOR EASTER .
} I day Thursday when Koch's staff I and Mrs. E. H. Reagan of

) I These nerve pressures! can becorrected gave a party for her at the store, i Keystone Road announce the birth Hit The HayWith I, t'e ./ I I AND LONG AFTERWARD!

I by Chiropractic manipulation .and Sarah Lawson and Gladys of a daughter, Sara Cleone, on "

/ I just as easily as spinal Mooty each celebrated their 39th April in Riverside Hospital.Mrs. Plus Serial "Superman"Judy Canova Chap. 10 'f4/ ( From $4.95

and pelvic corrections can birthday, again, on Apr. 7 and Reagan is the former Cleone Ed- ant Cartoon for Children

euJ I be made. 6 respectively. glad to see mondson of Starke.

Frances Barry back on the Wall .
I{ins. staff after confined to
I TOD AY! ''the being Mr. and Mrs. Clifford L. Currieare 1 April 10, 11, 12 I
Alachua the
of those $12.50 mail order I half.Hospital past receiving congratulations on Double Feature SPRING SPORT! SHIRTS
one week and a
If condition
I you is not the'I the birth of a daughter Janice

suits the big town has been advertisingso I typo that uill respond to Be sure and keep these dates Carol, on April 4 in Riverside Sun Valley Serenade

Chiropractic \\e will gladly tell open: the Woman's Aux. Episcopal Hospital. With Sonja Ilenie and John Payne
highly. And just your size. You I j Silver Tea on April 14: the "Flow- Priced From
you so. 1 -AndCoroner Wide Selection J of
[I like a doll Ralph a real doll er Show" by the, Starke Garden :Mr. and :Mrs. Roger Jones of
In Starke It's The I.Club on Apr. 23-24; and the Babylon. N. Y. announce the birthof CreekWith Solids Stripes $1.45
Music Festival" the
"Spring by a daughter, Carol Ann, on Randolph Scott and
March 25. Mrs. Jones will be remembered Marguerite:: ChapmanPlus S Checks Plaids
the ball park. I 1 C.olor'Cartoon
I as the former: Ann Car- for Children
Nice to know I was missed by
Starke Stores First
ter of Starke. $4.95
CLINIC so many people during my absence' Wed., Thur.-April 13, 14 And Novelty Designs

I the past two weeks If you CARD OF THANKS Double Feature
I 2 blocks north of Post Office really want to show your appreci-

TIllS AD SPONSORED IX COMMUNITY: INTEREST Phone 10S ation, however, how about coopera- We wish to express our deepest The Iron Glove

BYROBERT'S Office hours daily except Thurs. ting by leaving tips for this column appreciation to the counties Robert Stack and Ursnla Thless 'THE

I r 9:30 to 12 1:30 to 5SO at the Telegraph office or friends and neighbors for their -And- ALVAREZ

by phoning 29 or 35 I'd surely sympathy and kindness shown us STORE

JEWELRY I Evenings and Thursdayby appreciate it, and rm sure the in. the recent loss of our dear love Thy Neighbor's Wife

appointment column would be much newsier one. Also for the many floral offerings Cleo Moore and Ken Carlton FOR MEN"

Colored patients seen by with bit of information in and kind words shown us.
Jeweler" YOUr Plus Cartoon for Children1L1 __. EST. 1894
"Your Friendly I Appointment. it Howsabout it? -Mrs. J. S. (Buddy) Norman and



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FRIDAY, APRIL 8, 1935 .
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I 6 ...I II r Dr. and Mrs. Auguston Shi, Mr. Miss Gloria Johns of Jacksonville -T .

and Mrs. L. P. Shi and Miss Bessie spent the weekend with her

i Jane Shi of Stratford, Okla. are grandmother, Mrs. T. J. Griffin

I guests this week of Mr and Mrs. who returned to Jacksonville with : .,...,jI;;

i Foster Shi Smith, Mr. and Mrs Gloria to spend several days with -

Hogan Smith and Mrs. Jimmy Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Mendoza. I '""'- :
I Rowe. I "...,
Mrs. Carl Hunter and children "If.

I Sgt. and Mrs. Richard Carter Therem and Sonia, spent the week-

AIM THE NEWS and family of Macon, Ga. are end in Zephyrhills visiting Mrs. Jl .stfJll'
The Starke
spending their 20-day furlough Hunter's father, J. P. Clardy, and Maternity Hospita. tucs
announces the following births:
V I IIIII I' !with Sgt. Carter's mother Mrs. family.
Mr and Mrs. Robert WaldrDu #
Lossie Carter. I Attending the annual District
Sen. and Mrs. Charley E. Johns Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Pierce and of Slarke, a son, Herschel Har.
J. W.
Mrs. O. L. Beasley, Mrs, 14 conference of the Suwannee
are in Tallahassee during the daughter, Frances, of Pompano I sen, on March 31. (
Kincaid and Mrs. A. C. Durdenare Presbyterial at the First Presbyterian -
and plan to spend Beach are. guests this week of Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Kersey of
and Mrs. C. C.
visiting Mr. Church in Gainesville last
weekends here at home. During Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Thomas. Mr. Hoppe in Tampa. I.Friday were Mrs. K. G. Duncan, Starke, a daughter, Deborah Kay, !

their absence, this week, Mrs.Johns' Pierce and Mr. Thomas are I on April 5..NOTICE. Jugs
spend-I Lewis Haines, a student at Stet- president of Starke Presbyterian
sister, Mrs.Josephine David ing the week fishing at I
son University and Mrs. B. F. Women of the Church, Mrs. David I
with Mark- Friends of Mrs. J. S. Sapp will
Baldwin is staying
/ of Haines, of Winter Park will spend Montgomery, Mrs. W. S. McAliley. OF PKOBITK
leyann Johns. be glad to know that she is recovering ; In the County JndKe'n 'ourt,
the weekend with Rev. and Mrs. concluded
I !I The business meeting Bradford Count,
Mrs.: Harold Hazelwood is spend- nicely after suffering a I L. D. Haines. with a covered dish luncheon. ,' State of }.'Iorlda'EST.Tt Hermans All Meat
next week in DeFunlak stroke last Saturday. ; OF THOMAS J. GRIFFIN,
ing Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Barbour of Tomato and Pepper Plants at Deceased.
Springs with her parents and Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Vining have Tallahassee are spending this weekat Sistrunk's. 'the State of Florida. To All Penton
as guests this week Miss: Eliza- Interested ID the Estate of Said
family. their summer home on Kingsley Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Edmondsonand Decedent BolognaOne
Baby Chicks! special! at Sis-! beth Joiner and Mrs. Hollis Hope,I Mrs J, R. Kite inspected the You are hereby notified that a
Sl&tnmk's. Jr, and children, Betsy and Hollis, Lake.W. written instrument purporting to
I H. Wimberly of Bunnell was, nearly completed Baptist Hospital be the last will and testament of
Mrs. Susan Bowen of Liverpool, of Atlanta. Louis Yancey and Mr. a Sunday visitor of his brother-' in Jacksonville on Monday. ) said decedent has been admitted to 6-oz Pkg 19C
N. Y., who has been wintering in Hope wi1 &join them this weekend.I probate in this court. You are here-
in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs.G. E. Knight and Hollis)
Mrs. D.
I by commanded within six calendar
Florida visited her niece, Mr. and Mrs. Willard'Wynn and _. II j .
South; S. Brown. Knight visited Mr. ana Airs.Charles months from the date of the first I e Sit
Mrs. M. L. Lawson and family last children spent the weekend in' I Gainesville publication of this notice to appearin t4 One 6-oz Pkg 1 CA&r
Mrs. Joe Jordan and Mrs. Ran- Knight in
I this court and show cause if any
, Miami with relatives. )
. Thursday and Friday. dall Chitty drove lo Atlanta Sunday.Mr. you can, why the action of this Scv.ctA'Pl
John W. Griffin of Ochlocknee, Mrs. Ruby Cook visited her son and court in admitting said will to pro (ocoe
Thursday to get Mrs. Eddie Alt- and Mrs. L. J.
Ga. will Mrs. Griffin this and family, Mr. and Mrs. Carl bate should not stand unrevoked.
j join man ,who will return with themon son, Archie spent Monday after- (OFFICIAL SEAL) Theron A. Yawn Buy Two Pkgs For Only
weekend at the home of Mrs. Gritfin's Carter in Daytona Beach last County Judge Bradford County, GRAPE lOCJuice
Saturday to visit her parents, noon in Gainesville.Mrs. Florida.
parents Mr. and Mrs. F. P. weekend. 'Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Benton, while Eric Moore and daughter, First publu-atinn on April 6. 1955. r.;: 17C
Stump. Mrs. Griffin has been here For flowers and garden: Gro- 4/S 4t 4/29:!
PvL Altman is on duty in Hawaii. Mrs. Jean Germain, of Broxton
with her parents the past two Tone, Iy-Gro. Magic Bloom, at
Mrs. Marvin Andrews of Ozark i Ga. spent Wednesday to Sunday NOTICE: TO APPERIn QUICK FROZEN GRADE A
weeks. SKt rank's. Circuit Court. Bradford County
I Ala. spent the weekend with her with :Mr. and Mrs. I. G. Harris. DRESSED AND DRAWN
Mrs. T. H. Slade and Florida! la Chancery. !
Mrs. J. Burton Charlton of Mr. and A&P GRAPEFRUIT 2 Mb Cans
son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mr. Moore joined his family over I,. P. Snyder, Plaintiff n. Sara
University Park, Md., recently re- Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Sinclair are Snyder, Defendant. Case Xn 10- 26
Brazil, this week in Boca Raton Mrs. R. O. Dansby.Mr. the weekend. "Notice To Appear.To 1
two in spending
turned from years .
and Mrs. R. L. Alvarez and i Misses Kathryn Kelly and Pat : Sara Snyder, whose r.-. SECTIONS 23C .
was the guest several days of Mr. attending the Liquified Petroleum the U. of ;and address i is: 2U5 East 4th
family of Fort Myers spent Sun- Thompson students at t'n'.1
and Mrs. C. L. Scholl. Gas convention.Mrs. Anni tlll.Iahama.. TURKEYS
Mrs.V.. A. Stern and Miss Claude Prevatt and Mrs. day with Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Al- [F., visited Kathryn's parents Mr. I suit You for are hereby notified
varez and Mr. and Mrs. Paul and Mrs. J. R. Kelly, Tuesday of I :
,Louise Stern were in Jacksonville!Willard Wynn and children wereshopping I I I Divorcehas EIGHT O'CLOCK Mb Bag
Raymond.Mr. last week. been filed against you in tin I i
in Jacksonville Tuesday.
( ,
shopping on Tuesday. and Mrs. Ned and Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kelly and above named Court and cause and
... Yancey you are required to serve a copy of I COFFEE 79C
LIP1J .H._--_ lIB1R -- .-0 ___ ___-u.- -_ ,", family were in Sanford over the son Roger visited Mrs. Kelly'smother your answer the or pleading Plaintiffs to the com- ,i Young TenderHENS
I AttorneyJ.
in plaint on
Mrs. E.'L. Driggers
weekend visiting Mrs. Joe Turlapand
Donald !Cibnon 100 Smith Blilg
Mrs. J. P. Stevens.Mr. Lake Butler last Sunday.Rev. Jacksonville, Florida C

and Mrs. B. C. HoltzendorfSr. and Mrs. John P. Hall of end file the original in the officeof 10-14 Ib. avgBroiler .
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
I visited Mrs. R. Koolbeck in Orlando were guests of Rev. H. or \'eforltht' 9 day of May, 1955; A&P's Own SHORTENING t .
E. Bullock last Monday. otherwise the allegations of said
Jasper on Sunday. ,
Complaint will be taken as confessed SireD
Barbara Sue Barksdale was I I Mr. and Mrs. A. Toth recently by you. TOMS J b. 45c
Dedicated To Community Service visiting her aunt Mrs. Richard moved here from Wallingford, This notlr* tr.kit t>.. publishedonce
each week for four ednsecutlveweeks EXO E 3Q-14 lb.| BV&
Better Than Ever"
"Movie Are May, in Hampton over the week-I Conn. and purchased the Lowe in the Bradford County Tele-
I place about three miles north of I II raph.
It you find your name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad end.Mr. I 301 where they are making Dated this 7 day of April 1 5S. \ -- -
and Mrs. Emory Daniel of i I town on I (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charlei-A.Darby
cut ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKETS Atlanta were weekend guests of. their home. I Clerk of the Circuit Courtly 3-Ib Can '
: Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk. ,
Mr. and Mrs B. C. Holtzendorf" Mrs. Mildred Hochberg spent I 4/8 4t 4/29 69C "Super-Right" or Swift'j Premium

Fri.. Sat-April 8, 9 Sun.. :Mon., and Tues. Jr. last weekend with Mr. and Mrs.i ALj.4 Tender Smoked Half or Whole
Double Feature
April 10, 11, 12 Easter Chicks and Ducks at George Gerlach in St. Petersburg. I

i- HIT THE DECK Sistrunk's. \ Mrs. Harold E. Bullock and I":
Billy Clark and daughter, Nan- daughter, Gaynelle, are visiting,
+ ;116tiiAaill w R a 'the former's parents in New Ken- {
I i to
cy, of Miami spent Wednesday i
ii AlP Golden Cream SlyU
Friday of last week with Mrs. C. sington, Pa. iI i
MIIS i iI D. Williams. During the past week Mr. and I Corn 2'oe{ ; 23
Mrs. J. T. Quigley had as dinner I

!guests Mrs. Florence Hippie and I I PICKLE PATCH Swt.t Mined

I. I Mrs. Mae Wood of Park-of-the-I ::1 -- Pickles 2201. 25(
N nrtneatmtthA fi Palms, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur A.j i iI

/BIn9-! Ooa |I Lloyd Scott L.of King Gainesville of Orlando and chaplainof Rev. i I-g':;;:J' TINY EARLY JUNE Swot POUND[; 47-

the law enforcement officers of! i j A&P Peas r S: 21( ,

h1IkMi the state. I II ::

Mrs. George Burns has returned I Ii 4w'CHARLEY WHITE HOUSE Soft Par

== //b1 i.IBU i I[I to a visit her home with in her Cochrane.son-in-law Ga. after and i iI I Ii wage Milk 3J1 a:; 35
daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Michael
) I visit here the I E. JOHNS & SO? LONG
i.Barrys entertained with a small Fancy Rice 2 : 29< 35[CLb or 3 Lbs $1.00

'parly for Mrs. Burns who was 70 I about this questionIf I :

\ i
: years old on May 26. f
MSBIP aq t I Potted house plants at Sis- furnishings money, jewelry Super-Right All Meat SKINLESS

__ trunk's I furs were stolen from MARCAL PAPER
or Lb
"We be married time
With Powell and Martin any John H Mixon will be a patient''I my home, and damage or i FRANKS 39C
\t \ I
\ now dear, I found an apartment -
rcKMUMM I Plus "Gone Batty" Cartoon and the Gu'don GrilL for several weeks in the Eye, Ear vandalism done, or a hlod-up NAPKINS

1 Latest World New I near Nose, and Throat Hospital in New I Ii man took my money or valuables -

36AND&EWSSSTERS I Our patrons come i Orleans, La., where he was admitted or stole belongings i Allgood Sliced BREAKFAST

.....--- -- .airae JOE HILL WILLIAMS from far and near this week for an eye opera-, while I traveled would all 3 Boxesof 80Hitter's 19c Lb

Tomorrow hopeto ition, performed on Wednesday.'i iI such losses be covered up to I BACON 43C

prlttun a .drlr/AwtlstlatYlK. Wed.. Thyr.. and Fri. find you here. I[Friend may write him in care of f I, $1000 by a Residence Theft

April 13, 14, 15 the hospital. Room 310 165 Elk,I Policy that you handle? ) Golden Shore Ready-To-Serve SHRIMP
Place New Orleans. \ 2 14-oz Bottles

Chap.Plus "Gopher No. I "Riding SptnMi"Serial With Cartoon Buffalo"and Three In For Cinemascope The Show GUIDON GRILLGeorge [,has Mrs.Mrs.been D.A.W.the I.Moore.:. guest Sullivan of her of Miami sister,1 E Johns KETCHUP 33CI"I"1 CREOLE 2 LB. PKG 99{

Starring Betty Grable and Charley

T. G. RITCH The Champions Kopelousos, Owner I A&P TUB StyleBUTTER Lb Center Cut WHITEBACON
I'lits "Flea Circus" Cartoon and TILL FOR BIDS
bv Lb
Sealed bids will be received 65C.
Latest World News Starke, Fla the City Council of the City of! 21C
.. Starke at the City Office in Starke, & Son Agency
7.30: TM. on Tii day.
.. . .' _llI (Florida until :
"the 19th day ofpril, 1955. at I 4-oz Can
which time and plac all bids re- -- Capt John Ready-To-Fry
I reived will be publicly opened and i
read aloud on the following sup I Phone 13 Starke, Fla. ASrmAoUurS'sAStoarEVienna 15C '
I : gasoline delivered City'I Yyy'I11 SHRIMP 45CAnn
Tank at City Light & Water:
Plant. Starke. Florida: Lubricating BLACK 2-oz Can
oils retailing at 40c per quart, Page ,
I for a period of twelve month SH&HERffSMWS.HAPPY ftc TENDER FRESH
(Sizes required 1 : 1-Quart cans and PEPPER
E-Quart can).
Twehe months, supply of hihrirat- I I \
Ing oil approximately, 400ft(( Ral- I, I (d : POLE BEANS
THE OPENING OF lon sppcifi 'atlons: A.P.I. Gravity. I
24.A. Maximum t' Minimum Flash 415 degrees F., .: PILISBURY ORGREEK
Sayliold VlM-omtv. Hi tin degrees >, f-l'
F., 615. ft HI: ) decrees F., 245. @. 1/
I i
210 dopree.x F., 60. 64, Carbon ttr BEANS
Mue .25 Max. Visroiity IndtxCO I CAKE
I ,: >
MmnTwelve I
McGriff .
i Mercury Motors months supply fuel oil, approximately ; ,. .
2 33.fuel distillate, gravity to i r, I MIXES 'i 5'I .. 2 29C

The said City reserves the' right
to accept or reject any or all bids !.


STARKE, FLORIDA 3 Pkgs. 8 9c
!Sealed bids will I.e taken until / LtMONSYDoz
9:30 AM.. May 2:. 1955 for furni;h- i 2SC
:!!. 1955 for furnishing -
li19:30: A.M. May
We Invite The Public To Visit Our to the Hoard of Fradford of County County.Commissioners 'I

Florida its requirements of regular 2 Cans FRESH
A-Jax J
Showroom And See The grade motor gasoline oil from time and regular to time during grade EASTER TO ALL Lb

\ i 1955, delivered into the county's the Come In and Icok over ourcomplete CLEANSER 23C TOMATOES 19CI

bidder's equipment service at Starke station.Florida The at sucIcessful ; line of RCA VICTOR

( bidder must also furnish High fidelity tele\Monj. We Giant Pkg.

prompt by service! the county for all at tire such repair priee required are sure that you are In for a I Winesap (Extra Fancy)

ias from time to time prevail in the treat. TREND 49C
I New 1955 [community. Bids may be made at ; Lbs
Mercury a gallonage price of t gasoline and' Powder Large Pkg APPLES 2 19C
II by the quart price of oil, or by stat- Soap
ing the discount offered from the
regular retail price from time to Z 30CTexas
I 1,1 time prevailing. Any and all bid IOU Fresh Cut
and the successfulbid
be rejected
I NOW ON DISPLAY may shall be subject to cancellationat productsare Large Bare Lb Bag
any time the services or
found unsatisfactory. if CARROTS 2 15C

il MR. D. A. MONTIETH, GENERAL MANAGER COUNTY By Charles' Clerk FLORIDA.A.of Darby.Said Board. ,

,\\I! Will Be Pleased To Demonstrate These \ TO citEuiTons'., 41St 4 15orirn | Your Choice (No Limit) Dixie Lily I Grits *tf' 18(

In The Court Of The ( ua'1" Judge

WONDERFUL NEW MERCURYS Itradford In Probate County, Florida I V IONA BRAND 303 CAN Dash Dog Food 2 tan*s 27< I
J. '
I GRIFFIN, Deceased.To .
I All Creditors and Prr,on" Having Crisco
1:11: 5r 89
(Claim or Demand _'"aID..t'Ioai.t TOMATOESBEETS Cell .
9 17-Inch
RCA Victor
dlt i C
t I You! and Kktatei each of you are hereby Trent lowest priced RCA 10 KRISPIE By Sunshine

notified and required to present any Victor TV. Cabinet 30% I II
:1\\\\ claims and demands which you, or ;, gflGREEN BEANS CRACKERS b-
: i We Will Maintain Parts and Service either of you, may have against the mailer than prior models.'
: estate of Thomas J. Griffin, deceased Ebony finish. Matching
\ late of said County to the County -
lip: As All Authorized Mercury Dealers Judge of Bradford County Florida "Roll Around" stand oo I .' juuat Munetr KCD nrAiui..iMt tu I
at his office in the court houseof wheels' available, exir .
I II! !, within said eight County calendar at Starke.months Florida from of Model 175450. '' Ivory Snow Pia 30e S1 72" !i iI

I,1 the time of the first publication
this notice. Each claim or demand \ $159.95 3 IQs* 1
shall be in writing, and shall state Cashmere Bouquet 25c Y
of residence and post office Bon M CUM AIUNTIC 4 fACIf lift tWAal

I II IIIII shall agent address,be or sworn attorney of to the by, and claimant the any claimant, such and, ) Ils+' ilrl t Woodbury 3 ga: ?; 23f 2 6::r: 23*<< 300 CALL STREET I!

jl\' AUTHORIZED MERCURY DEALER claim or demand not so filed shall : Fresh Crisp Club Crackers STARKE, FLORIDA I Il

\ PHONE 229 STARKE, FLA. be Mamie void. Elizabeth Griffin, Lb Box 39C ;
i III As administrator of the Estate l REEBLER Open Til 9:00 p.m. Friday Night
of Thomas J. Griffin deceased. !
4/8 4t-41:9 I ,

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FRIDAY. APRIL- 8-., I9.tt
r..YYT9nYnY'f1 outside will begin soon. I April 8, at 7 p. m. -
The Intermediate Girls' Sunday, Mrs. M. B. Layfield of Hampton
HAMPTONBy School class of the Hampton Bap-! is visiting in Gainesville this I
tist Church met at the church week with her son and family, Mr. I '
Saturday for a luncheon and and Mrs. C. H. Layfield.
work project on song sheets for Primary and Beginners' Sunday rTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTMTMTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT I: ;II:
the junior choir. Mrs. Betty May, school classes of the Hampton '
teacher of the class, furnished Baptist Church hunted ,
for I
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Dixon of GOOD FRIDAY SERVICES
Jacksonville visited friends in luncheon for the girls. eggs in a joint party for the two 'I Ii;::
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Parker and classes at the church Thursday
Hampton Sunday, and attended ,
services at the Christian church, son Julian of Lake City were Sun- afternoon April 7. Teachers of the TODAY 12 NOON \
where Mr. Dixon was formerly day guests at the \V. T. Cushman two classes, Mrs. A. H. Perry and :::1'
home in Hampton.Mr. :Mrs. Raleigh Brannen, were in
pastor.Mr.. and Mrs. Bill Wilson of and Mrs. Gerald Adkins charge of arrangements. 3
Miami visited several days last were in Macclenny Thursday visit- Mr. and Mrs. James Barwick of METHODIST CHURCH ::111:111III
High Springs and Mr. and Mrs. T.
week with Mr. and Mrs. L. Johns ing Mrs. Adkins' father H. W.
and family. Priester who has been UL J. Barwick of Jacksonville visitedat :
Mr. Mrs. Woodrow Hicks of home duringthe '
Members and friends of the and Ii'Ii'I
Hampton Christian church were Brunswick, Ga., and S-Sgt. Fran- weekend. I,
guests Sunday afternoon at an cis Eugene Meade were weekend Miss Jessie May Brannen of I I'I II
open house in the parsonage. As- visitors at the home of Mrs. Ma- Bartow was a weekend guest at I
sisting Rev. and Mrs. Willard M. mie Meade in Hampton. Sgt.I the home of her brother and fami
Jones in serving were Miss Joyce Meade, who has been stationed ly, Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Brannen.Mr. .
Beal, :Miss Barbara Matchett, and overseas in France and Germanyfor and Mrs. Lawrence Meng
Miss Ruth. Sibley. Considerable three years, returned home I and daughter of Toledo, Ohio are 'I
painting and cabinet work has with Mr. and Mrs. Hicks and will visiting for several weeks at the v 'I
been done in the parsonage since be back in Hampton with Mrs. homes of their sons, Mr. and
the new pastor moved here recently Meade, his grandmother, later this Mrs. Paul Meng and Mr. and Mrs. III
and work on painting the week. Sgt. Meade is the son of Francis Meng near Hampton. Mr.
Mrs. E. S. Skinner of Cocoa. Land I Mrs. Lawrence Meng and Mr.
,, Mrs. M. L. Watterson droveto
Mr. and Mrs. John Kellum of Iii
PEST CONTROL Cedar Key Friday for the day
Tallahassee, Mr. and Mrs. L. A.
at the Watterson cottage there. I
Wynn and Mrs. Mary Lee Silver-
TERMITESALL nail and daughter were dinner' Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Home, Mr. II

TirES OF guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs.J. and Mrs. Robert Barksdale. and 1
L. Wynn in Hampton last week. children of Starke, Mrs. Betty "
Household Commercial Visitors last week at the Gerald May and daughter of Hampton .- Iii ,
GROVE SPRAYING Adkins Mr. and Mrs. and J. W. Home Jr.,visited friends I .
home were 1 I''
t'I 1!!! I Gainesville Sunday afternoon. I !II
Call for es pert Priester and sons of Jesup,I I I'',
H. W. 6. L. Linsin of Starke was guest !I''
Mr. and Mrs.
Florida Pest Control Ga., and 11,1,
Priester and children of Palatka. speaker at Hampton Baptist II
& Chemical Co. Miss Louise Adkins of Jackson- church for morning and evening ,,'!''I
2220 N.W. 6th St. Ph. 60S5 ville was also in Hampton for services last Sunday in the absence : "
weekend with her parents. of a pastor. Mr. Linsin and
Gainesville Fla. the
Miss Betty Durling and Meg De Edgar Wilkinson of Lawtey supplied Sunrise

-.., -. laine Crews of Lawtey were Jacksonville for preaching services at the : il
". -- .-- visitors on Saturday.Joe church the previous week. Rev. !!
Gregory, son of Mr. and Don Martin of Chattanooga Tenn., Servicei
Wash Your Clothes Mrs. J. S. Gregory, is home on formerly a pastor in 'this area,
fyrlough! this week from the U. will be speaker for both morningand
9 Pounds evening services Easter Sun- IIII IIIII
S. Air Force. He has been stationed -
in New Mexico. day, April 10. Mr. Martin has just
: For 40c! Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hicks of completed training for the ministry I
at the home of at Tennessee Temple Collegein
FREE Bleach If Desired! .Mr.Gainesville and Mrs.were Otto Hicks for the Chattanooga. SUNDAY () 6 A.M. i

weekend.Mr. Visitors at the home of Mrs. -
and Mrs. R. L. Bill of Louise Manire this week were Mr. .
Gainesville visited at the E. L. and Mrs. Landon Isbell of San
We Will Birt home last week, and spent Jose, Calif., and Mrs. :Martha
Dry Your Clothes some time with other friends in farmer of Orlando. :Mr. and Mrs. I
For 20c Hampton. Isbell: left Friday for St. Peters-
Howard Jones of Cocoa will be I burg, and Mrs. Farmer is spending
In New Automatic Driers! guest speaker Sunday morning I the week at the Manire home.
April 10, at the Hampton Chris School NewsSeventythree KINGSLEY LAKE
tian Church. Mr. Jones a teacher pupils and five
;in the Cocoa schools, is the son teachers were in religious services I i
of Willard M. Jones, pastor of the last Sunday.

The Washeteria Hampton church. Henry :Mosher and all of his I
Members of the Christian En- ADJOINING
family went to Daytona Beach :: KINGSLEY LAKE CEMETERY I II
Temple Ave. starke deavor of the Christian Church during the weekend. .
will have a party at the Marshall ,
Johnny Pisano was in Gaines-
Matchett home Friday evening.
ville last Saturday and Sunday.
James Thomas went to Jack-
Announcing The Opening Of sonville last :Monday morning and.
to Gainesville Monday evening. I
8th Grade Personalities I EASTER MESSAGE .
f :
STARKE RADIATOR SERVICE Howard Young is the son of
Mrs. I. T. Young. He was born in
e RECORDING OR ANY-KIND OF RADIATOR Jacksonville and is now 14 years
REPAIRS old. He has lived in Hampton mostof
his life and has spent his en- .,
ALL WORK GUARANTEED tire school life in this one place.He Rev. Robert D. Sommer
e has three brothers and all of
them attended this school. Howardhas
Temple Ave. Green Bldg. Starke
been sick and is anxious to
get well so he can come back to
school. Howard likes to work
and enjoys coming to school. He
That's Our Business I hasn't decided what he wants to
do when he grows up. He is well .
d If It's Glass We Have It! liked by all his classmates and all i SPECIAL MUSIC
1I :
CALL WRITE or VISIT of them are anxious for him to
return to school.

Joe Peters Glass Co. Most of our pupils and teachersare
planning school parties for %
FOR ANY GLASS NEED Thursday of this week.
We Design Modern Store Fronts The eighth grade is practicing Furnished by Various Church! Choirs

A Just Mail Us A Pattern for diligently on the school play. Four
Table Tops I of the seventh grade girls are also -
I included in the cast.fITTTTTTTTTTTTTITTTTTTTf.
1313 N.W. 4th PI. Gainesville. Fla. Phone 2-4353

I I PINE LEVEL Accompanied by BHS Band Ensemble III I I I II

\ l>y Sirs. II. ::\McIUe! ; I l I I

of our Youth Class

attended meeting at the Branford Youth last Fellowship Friday i I Two School Buses Will Be Waiting For Those Needing Transportation In Front of the Post Office; at 5:30 a.m. II

night. I II
Mr and Mrs. A. F. Hall and

children of Jacksonville visited I I SPONSORED BY STARKE '
here Saturday night and attended MINISTERIAL ALLIANCE II'II'I'

church here Sunday. !
Clevy Norman of Tallahassee

." S.' M. Norman visited Mr. and Mrs. I Iii

W. R. Haislop recently. This Space Sponsored As A Public Service By The Following Business And Professional People I!
Sunday dinner guests of the H.
M. McRaes were Mr. and :Mrs.: T.

r'J': N. Norman and son Gerald, and. !!
the A. F. Hall family.
Faulkners Service Station .
We are thankful for the; much Martha's Ready-To-Wear
needed rain that fell last Saturday -
It has helped the farmers I i
and the livestock so much.C. Starke Builders Supply I Williams Jewelry

V. Green left Monday morn- ,
t ing for Ostorn, S. C. to accompany I Van H. Priest Co. I
Mrs. Green home after ,visiting
'i Brownlee & Chasteen
her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. _
O W Jackson, for a few days. F : S Denmark Furniture Co. !I
:Miss Ardelia Hall of Jacksonville i
I accompanied her aunt, Mrs. i The Farmers Supply It'II

I Robert Myrick, home from the I I J. D. DoyleLovett's I. .;1 I
hospital last Friday and spent I '..

the:Mrs weekend' Q. A. Fillingim with her.and childrenof Farm, Home & Auto Supply Grocery & Market 1:1 j!: 1 I

Palatka were recent dinnerguests ,
"There's mighty wide rangc-bf of Mrs. H. H. Lewis.C. Volley Starlings Grocery & Market
a helpful V. Green visited his brother- Starke Hardware Co. ;i:: I

t financial services-at the. bank, where I save!" in-law and sister, :Mr. and Mrs.
H. C. Route, m Hawthorne last Lawsons Market Leila's Dress & Gift ShopMitchell's
week. ilEarl's Ii:I
Garage Drug Store iii i 1

I IJ ', Edwards Grocery & Market Western Auto Associate Store : !
,Ii;! I

TOP SOILSee I 1 Simpson-Urquhart Pontiac Warrens Super Shell Station liil jl ijj ijji i


Gem Jewelry. Ed Simpson '_ S. R. Johns Grocery iII'! ;

ember Florida National Group !
,4 :' I Jackson Transfer Company Doyle E. Conner Insurance New Method Cleaners 1:1: !

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file the original in the officeof graph. Call St., Starke. FIn, sole owner. FLORIDA LAND AND ary of said Section a distance of j Irtes8&" (: run then. ou",
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on Dated this 16 iay of March, 1955. Dated this 25th day of March A. T1ON COMPANY IYYIGPA-\j\ two hundred seventy-four and ixty-seyen (S7 degrees and f.m.
or before the (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby D., 1955, at Starke, Bradford County al., Defendants.. i! (49) minutes East along sa "
CONSERVATION 1955 I Clerk of the Circuit Court. Florida. QUIET TITLE. ETC. I nine tenths (%,1.') feet more or I Northerly boundary a distan e t.
2 of April.
SOIL fr ,)J otherwise> day the allegations; of said ,By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk _______ S/25 4t 4/15 ORDER OF PIBLICVTION AND less, to the Westerly boundary ; on. hundred sixty-seven ,il' -
Complaint will be taken as confessed 3/1S 4t 4/S OTIC}: TO APPEAR of the right-of-way of State' feet to point of beginningYou
In County Judge' Conrt.Bradford THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO
Road Number 209 I .
; run thence and each of h v'
NEWSBy by you. you are '
County, Florida.TO Florida Land and Immigration
This notice shall be publishedeach NOTICE TO APPEAR North thirty-two (32) degreesand notified that a Bill of Cni.i.
ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Company of Florida and us un- forty-two .
week for four consecutiveweek la Circuit Bradford (42) minutes East has been filed in the Otvmt! t\ i
Court County
Notice is hereby'en that I have known successor, trustees, stockholders -
Bill Haas in the BRADFORD COUNTY Florida la along said Westerly boundary a ,of Bradford County, F: ndh .
: IN RE: Estate of Mrs. John Uglow, and other claimants b). distance of two hundred
forty- Chancery by George J K.-U- .
TELEGRAPH.Dated Myra Jean Williams. Plaintiff, vs deceased. through or under it: <
this 23 day of March 1955. Johnny Williams, Defendant seven and twenty-three hundredths Bethna Estes. his wife as Plan': -
U- S. SOIL CONSERVATION (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby Case No. 10-918 NOTICE OF FILING PETITION Emma Pearce Hill a widow. Individually (!H3) feet to a concrete and against you and each of >
FOR FINAL CHKGB OF and sole heir monument on the Northerly defendants ,
Clerk of the Circuit Court. Notice To AppearTo as at Law as : that the nat : -
By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk : Johnny Williams, whose residence EXECUTRIX of Louis H. Hill deceased. whose boundary of the right-of-way of said suit is to quiet and c nf : i, "',
SERVICE filed final returns as Executrix residence and a graded road for of be. title ,
3/25 4t 4/15 and address Is: 100 West 141st my address is Lawtey, I point of plaintiffs. Gi-orte J E- -
Street. Apartment 42. New York, of the Estate of Mrs. Jotin Cglow Florida: Mr*. Bertha Stuckey, andW. ginning. From point of beginning and Bethna Estes, his wife t t- .
NOTICE TO APPEAR New York. deceased; that I have filed my petition L. Stuckey. her husband whose thus described continue above described lands as a f,-t M> -
for final discharge and thatI permanent residence and address isJacksonville. North thirty-two (22) degreesand pie title
la Circuit Court, Bradford County. You are hereby notlfiec that a I : and you are r..lnr-fl\ l >
his I Florida la Chanrery.Howard suit for divorce and controlof will apply to the Honorable Florida: Bennett L. forty-two (42): minutes East appear and serve a copof \ > u.
Soil conservation farm plans [ing to Asa sometime after Parsons. Jr.. Plaintiff vs. minor child custody has been filed ,Theron A. Yawn, County Judge of Wilkinson, Jr. and Lorraine D. Wilkinson along said Westerly boundary a answer and pleadings on I'ia.-, ": -
he said he hoped to Mary Winifred Parsons. Defendant.Case against in the above named Pradford County. Florida, on April his wife. whose residenceand I distance of two hundred eighty- attorney A. J. Thomas, Jr ,,si.t -
were prepared for P. F. Goolsbyon I accident No. 10-924 Court and you cause and are required 12, 1955 for approval of same and address is Jacksonville Florida -' nine CSS feet to a concrete address is Starke Fiaridaid! '
around in another few Notice for final discharge as Executrix of ; Thomas J. Burrin: Louise Glani- monument: run thence North file the original of your aiiMvf,
his place on the Keystone Highway be up and To Mary AppearTo Winifred Parsons. to serve a copy to the of your answer the estate of Mrs. John Uglow. man and Christine M. D. Jennings; eighty-eight (SJ) degrees and pleadings in the office (.f t ti) # .'.m- -
: or pleading complainton
farm is months and then he wants to get whose residence and address is: 929 the Plaintiff's Attorney Dated: March 9th. 1955. |Geo. W. Jennings and Lovine fifty-eight (58) minutes West a signed Clerk of Circuit (">'dC' .
Jack Waters whose Minnetonka Avenue Absecon, New Fred Butler. 1309 Barnett Bank (s) Carrie Uglow ,tard, Jennings, his wife, and R. H. E'I; distance of two hundred seventy- I April 18. 195i otherwise the a. 'K '
Old Blanding Road, in some cover crops in his pecan Jersey. Building Jacksonville 2, Florida Executrix of the estate of Mrs. Erastus G. Hill, Trustee; eight (ITS) feet to the Easterly tions of said complaint wl; t>., t.-:
located on John t'glow, deceased. Crawehaw; L. L. Sapp. Jr.. and boundary of the right-of-way of len as confessed by YO:!.
grove to build up the soil. You are hereby notified that a and file the original in the office of 2/18 4t 4/8 : M. former State Road Number 13
locatedin Mary Sapp; E. Edwards; W. : .
whose farm IS FURTHER: ORDERK "
C. S. Kelley suit for divorce. custody control the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or J'I 'I : .t
Stallings and B. A. Stallings A. run thence in a Southwesterly
before this Order of Publication ,. :N
the an
the Rock Church community, At the last Cattlemen's meeting and support of minor childrenhas 25 day of April. 1955; !" The (Count Judge' Court of \Roberts and Elizabeth Roberts his direction along said Easterly tice he forthwith put.i>h, l i. ,-
filed in the j Bradford County Florida wife F. H. Clara boundary and along the arc of
of Brooker. Mr. been against you : Long; Markillieand each week for four
A. discussionon
and E. Gainey consutveweeks
in Brooker there was a otherwise the allegations of said I Probate.IN a said
I above named Court and cause and In H. J. Stewart. as guardian of curve curve having a in the tradford (\ ','
Goolsby is planning to put most, Coastal Bermuda. Russell Hen- you are required to serve a copy of Complaint will be taken as confessed RE: Estate of CONRAD LETSCH, Estate of Clara Markillie; Royal radius of one thousand eight egraph. a duly qualifi.d >1.:1\; "
land in using Pen-, Uni- your answer or pleading: to the complaint by you. [also known as C. LETSCH, Deceased. George :Markillie: if alive and the hundred sixty-one and eighty- published in said County.r.-u-i''i I'''''
his' pasture the
or derson: agronomist from on the Plaintiffs AttorneyT. This notice shall be publishedonce unknown spouse of each of them two hundredths (t861.S!) feet
sa cola Bahia and White Clover as of Florida, said that so Frank Landrum, Starke, Fla. each week for four consecutive NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll if alive and if any of them be and being concave to the West, I WITNESS my hand and ,11 .i iI
Jack will use versity and file the original in the officeof weeks in the Bradford County Tele- persons having claims or demands -I dead, to the unknown spouse, heirs. a chord distance of one hundrf'delghtsewn I seal at Starke, Bradford f ,.' i\ .
the main grasses. far Coastal Bermuda is the, best the Clerk of the Circuit Courton graph. .1 against the estate of Conrad devisees, grantees legatees, assignees I and six tenths Florida, this March l''h. 1.
part of his land for feed crops, J. B. White and Zedra or before the Dated this 22 day of March 1955. Letsch also known as C. Letsch deceased creditors and other claimants (1876) feet to the Northerly I (OFFICIAL SKAI> rharir-A! f\"' T
and Hairy Indigo hay grass. 25 day of April, 1955; (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby are hereby notified and required by through, under or against each I boii.idary: of the right-of-way of Clerk of Circuit C.rt : If, ,n-,
using Blue Lupine Hamilton stated that they both otherwise the allegations: of said Clerk of the Circuit Court to file their claims in the and every of the above named persons aforeini'pt'.in.-<| gi ided mad aant ford i"i..unF- :.... da
in a rotation with corn. L. C. have hay balers with which they Complaint will be taken as confess By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk office of the County Judge of Bradford who are deceased: and The chord! hearing: South ten ( I'M de is 3- < ,
his Dad's ed by you. 3/25 4t 4/15 County, Florida, in the County American Trust Company, a corporation .
discussing .. .,
Kelley was custom work this sea- -- ---- ,. ;:; ;;;
House Starke -
plan to do This notice shall be publishedonce Court at Florida, a? Administrator of the f7 ---- -- -- -- c'
place and stated that they have a J. B. stated that he wouldbe each week for four consecutive NOTICK OF I\TENTIOX TO within eight calendar months from Estate of Geo. F. Markillie also -- -- -.. --. ___.__ _. '_r_._ -_ __. .-_.._ _. _
Pensacola: Bahia son. weeks in the Bradford County Tele UEC1&TKK FIL'TITIOl"SIE the date of the first publication of known as G. F. Markillie. deceased,
good pasture. of able to bale about any type of graph. Notice is hereby given that the this notice, or the same will be- and as trustee of the Estate and SAVE S SAVE $ SAVE $ SAVE $ SAVE
for permanent grazing and will that can be. saved for hay. Dated this 23 day of March 1955. undersigned under the provisionsof come void according to law. This for the heirs of baid deced nt. and
and Sweet Lupine for crop (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby Chapter 20,953. Laws of Florida March 15. 1955.s its unknown successor'' trustees,
plant oats Clerk of the Circuit Court. Acts of 1941, will register with the ( ) Elizabeth Letch.Administratrix stockholders, and other claimants
winter grazing. Everett Gainey is Complete soil and water conser- By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk Clerk of the Circuit Court in and for of the Estateof by t through, or under it; the AmerIcan DRASTIC
down ten inch well to vation were delivered to V. 3/25 4t 4/15 Bradford County, State of Florida Conrad Letsch deceased. Trust Company a corporation I
a plans
putting upon receipt of proof of publication 3/18 4t 4/8 as guardian of the Estate of Royal''
irrigate his tobacco crop from. S. St. Johns, J. B. Prevatt, and NOTICE T(' APPEAR of this notice the fictitious name George Markillie and its unknown I i
grass base Lawrence Wiggins. In Circuit Conrt. Bradford Court, of Prevatt's Upholstery Shop under !NOTICE OP INTENTION TO I successors trustees, stockholders. FIRE AND AUTO INSURANCERATE
also planning a
He is Florida In CJaaa f7. which I am engaged in business at REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME and other claimants by. through or :
crop rotation system using Pen- Lois\ Loretta Carter, Plaintiff, vs. Route One, Box 442, Starke Fla. Notice is hereby given that the I under it; The Bank of Starke, a defunct -I
tacola Bahia to tie down the soil Plans are being made to select Wiley David Carter, Defendant. Nathan N. Pretatt and Irene S. undersigned, under the provisionsof corporation, and its un-
Case No. 10-911 Prevatt, sole owners. Route One, Chapter 20953. Laws of Florida known successors, trustees, stock- REDUCTIONS
that winds have been blowing the three best speeches in the Nctlce T* Appears Box 442, Starke, Fla. Acts of 1941. will register with the holders and other claimants by. I
Bradford Soil Conservation Dis- To: Wiley David Carter. whose Clerk of the Circuit Court In and through or under it; The Federal
away. residence and address is: 6194 Concord Dated this 25th day of March, A. for Bradford County, State of Florida Land L'ank of Columbia a corpora- Keep Your INSURANCE in STARKE and still benefit
sometime D., 1955 Bradford
contest at Starke. County.
S trict speaking Detroit 11. Michigan. upon receipt of proof of publi- tion: and all other persons havingor
for soil and water in the middle of April. The contest You are hereby notified that a Florida. 3/25 4t 4/15 cation of this notice, the fictitious claiming any right, title lien or i from the LOWEST possible ratesSTARKE'S _
Requests ult for name of Starke Radiator Service interest in or to the following
conservation plans were made by I will take place at Starke High Divorce and support of minor under which I am engaged in business lands; ituate in Bradford County. I
McKeithan George Brown, school with representatives from child NOTICE OF INTENTION TO in the Green Building, Temple Florida to-wit ONLY MUTUAL AGENCY
Asa nas been flied against you in the REGISTER FICTITIOUS: NAME Ave.. Starke, Fla. A parcel of lane ronta-nlng one ,
and Rufus M. Crosby. I was talk- Lawtey and Brooker taking part. above named Court and cause and Notice is hereby given that the Ted Polk, sole o 'n"r. Green and thirteen hundredths ((1.13))
you are required to serve a copy of undersigned, untie the provisions Building. Starke Fla. acres, more or less in the Southwest I E. Conner Insurance
YOU'LL LOVE the fl'\\' Esters ceased. your answer or pleading to the of Chapter 20,953 Laws of Florida. Dated this 18th day of March A. Quarter (SWVJ) of the Doyle AgencyPhone
ITo All Creditor and Tenon Hav- complaint on the Plaintiffs Acts of 1941 will register wltn the D., 1955 at Starke, Bradford County Southwest Quarter (SWof\
brook pu.... -!oiz(' fountain pens, in lair rinlmx or llrmand Aftalnit Attorney Alfred C. Scott. 106 Clerk of the Court in and for Bradford Florida. Section twenty-six (26) Township -

pastel shad*. Only $2.58 at Brad- Said Estate Smith Building Jacksonville\ County, State of Florida upon 3/1S 4t 4/8 Five (:0) South, Range 285 129 W. Call St Starke, Fla.
You and each of you are hereby Floridaand receipt of proof of publication of Twenty-two (22 East Bradford
ford County Telegraph. notified and required to present any file the original in the office of this notice, the fictitious name of In The Circuit Court Of Florida. County Florida and being more
claims and demands which you, or 'he Clerk of the Circuit Court onr O. J. McGriff Appliances, under Eighth Judicial Circuit, In And particularly described as follows'
either of you, may have against the > before the which I am engaged in business at For Bradford County.In For point of reference commence : SAVE $ SAVE $ SAVE $ SAVE $ SAVE

estate of Minnie Alford. deceased 18 day of April, 1955; Call and Walnut Sts., Starke, Fla. Chancery.GEORGE at the Southwest Cornerof .
XOTICUTO APIKillIn late of said County to the County otherwise the allegations of sail That the parties interested in said J. ESTES AND BETHNA said Section and run thence -- -- -: ,------ ----- -. -'- -_._----
Circuit Tourt. Bradford Cwiialy.i Judge of Bradford County, Florida Complaint will te taken as confess. business are: G. J. [cGriff. 307 Eatt ESTES his wife. Plaintiffs, vs. East alond the Southerly bound- L._ _,_ n, _.. __ ,_ _" _H" '_ '_ ______ ___ .,
'Iorldal In Chmtwy. I at his office in the court house of 'd by
K P. Snyder Plaintiff, vs. Sara said County at Starke, Florida This notice shall be published
Snyder, Defendant Case No. 10-9:6 within eight calendar months from >m.f n oah "veek:; for four consecutive
Notice To Appear the time of the first publication of weeks in the Bridford County Tele-
To Sara Snyder. whoe residence this notice. Each claim or demand
and address is: Unknown. hall be In writing and shall state rsph Dated this 17 day of March. 1955.
You are hereby notified that a the place of residence and post office OFFICIAL. SEAL) Charles A. Daroj Ford sells
suit for address of the claimant. and Clerk of the Circuit Court more:
Divorce shall be sworn to by the claimant By Marian L. CrosbY Deputy Clerk
has been filed agalnt you in the 'agent or attorney. and any such J/18 4t 4/S
above named Court and cause and claim or demand not so filed shallbe _
required to serve a copy of void.
answer or pleading to the com Henry Williams, As administratorof Drallfol'd"oaD'f
your Ol
Circuit Court
plaint on the Plaintiffs the Estate of Minnie Alford. In The Florida. In Cbanrery. because it's worth
Attorney J. Donald Gibson, 100 deceased. Jeanette Rhoden, Plaintiff, vs. Paul more
Smith Building Jacksonville First publication March 25, 1955. Defendant.
Florida 3/25 4t 4/15, T. Rhoden. Case No. 10-910 -
and file the original in the office of I
Notice To AppearsTo
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or Rhoden. whose resi-
: Paul T.
before the dence and address Is: Baldwin, Flor-
25 day' ot-April 1955; lu Circuit Court. Bradford County,
.Florida In ChaoH'r,. IdL
otherwise the allegations of said You are hereby notified that a suit
Sarah Frances Dearmon Duffey,,
will be taken as con I
Complaint for Divorce
Plaintiff, vs. John Francis Duff.-y,
fessed by you. Defendant. Case No. 10-S2C! i has been filed against you In the
This notice shall be publishedonce Notice To Appears above named Court and cause and

each week for four consecutive To: John Francis Duffey whost! you are required to serve a copy of ,; :""1 ....,. .
weeks In the EVadford County Tele- residence and address is: 530% Ham. your answer or pleading to the complaint .:........ .". .
graph. the Plaintiff's Attorney ,
ilton Street Rogers Heights, Mary. on ', ''
Dated this 24 day of March. 1955. Green & Green Starke. Florida, ,
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charlea A. Darby land.You are hereby notified that s L and file the original in the office ,
Clerk of the Circuit Court suit for divorce and restoratior I of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on I .... .
By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk of maiden name or before the '.
3/25 4t 4/15 has been filed against you in th i 18 day of April. :955; i
above named Court and cause anr'I otherwise the allegations of said : :. -e '
NOTICE Tt CREDITORS you are required to serve a copy 01 r Complaint will be taken as confessed I IL4m .
!. ...... Court of the County Judge your answer or pleading to thi: by you. \ : ::" "
Bradford County, Florida.In complaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney r Thl nntlee shah be published .: .>
Probate. T. David Hums SOS Guaranty Llfi i once each week for four consecutive -
IX HE: Estate of Minnie Alford, De- funding, Jacksonville Florida week in the Bradford County Tele-
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I tbsp. lemon juice, 1 tsp. salt] one- seeks divorce, custody, control and appear and serve a copy of your tions of said complaint
will be I
taken ed in said County.
Home Demonstration fourth tsp. pepper, two-thirds cup HONOR ROLL support Bradrora of county minor child.Telegraph shall answer and pleading on Plaintiff's jas, confessed by you. Witness my hand and official

t bread crumbs, 1 egg, onefourthcup publish this Order In nest tour attorney A, J. Thomas, Jr., whose i i IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that seal at Starke, Bradford County
t chopped onion one-fourth weekly Issues. address Is Starke, Florida and to this Order of Publication and Notice Florida, this March 18, 1955.
A 1. Notesby cup Following is the honor roll of' Witness my hand and official seal file the original of your answer or I be forthwith published once each (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
chopped celery, two-thirds cup Bradford High School for the at Starke Florida, this March 39, pleading in the office of the under- 'week for four consecutive weeks IB Clerk of Circuit Court of
((1 small can) undiluted evaporatedmilk. II 1955. signed Clerk of Circuit Court on the Bradford County Telegraph, a I Bradford County Florida.
Y r fourth six-weeks grading period: (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby April 1$, 1955, otherwise the allega duly qualified newspaper publish :,'11 4t 4/S
DOROTHY ROSS 12th GradeT. i As Clerk of said Court
Combine boned, flaked salmon .I I By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk
J. Alderman, Jackie '
: } Home Demonstration Agent Chas. R. Hess 204 Guaranty Life
with remaining ingredients. Blend George Canova, Judy Casey, Elaine' Bldg. Jacksonville, Florida. \
thoroughly to smooth mixture. Attys" for PIt. 4/1 4t 4/22
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Sate Your Clothes from them in tightly sealed clothes bag, Place in loaf pan ((9" x5" x3") Kelly, Barbara McComb, James NOTICE-TO APPEAR .lIf TJellofl1llll1 T.4af CoUh/ .I

Sloths, Roaches, Ants, etc. 1 or wrapping in several thick- lined with waxed paper. Bake in Lawson, JoAnne Smith Rowe, Sue la Circuit Court Bradford County
nesses of firm moderate oven ((350 degrees F.) Florida I. Chancery.
wrapping paper. Siprelle, Tpwnsend Strickland, J. YIn
for Lillian
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Every year moths vs. Ben-
Care must be taken to bend back about 45 minutes, or until firm. R. Underhill. jamin
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Some of the cheap and good an open jar absorbs moisture in Home Economists). I Gregory, Kathryn Harrell, Jackie You are hereby notified that a
I a closet, but must be removed Hobbs suit forDivorce \
oc- Kathryn Johns, Charles
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1. Pack the clothes away in a and file the original In the office of I added Di-isopropyl.
chest closet with moth safely and effectively in the Motor Co. to a select group of 10th Grade the Clerk of the Circuit Court '
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balls (nap thai ene), or cakes: I 1955 nth..1Vla......... ."A -.1___ _
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ROACHES often attack soiled|0f the Jacksonville Ford sales district Sapp, Betty Jo Starling, Martha K
2. It is the fumes that kill the clothes.. Much care should be takento f Van Landingham. (OFFICIAL Dated this SEAL 30 day) of March. 1955. regularly in my own car, and I always I
moths and not the odor the Charles A. Darby wonderful
remove soiled snots crease The award Is presented to deal- 9th Grade Clerk of the Circuit Court get
fumes must be concentrated to By llailan L. Crosby,
Deputy Clerk
spots, or other food spots from ers with "outstanding per- Patricia Alvarez, Lavoria Capps,,
kill; use plenty of flakes sprinkled dresses, coats, sweaters, hose, or 'formance" on the basis of sound Thomas Dyal, Gerald Gibson, Mike 4/1 4t 4/22 IJ?
between the clothes in chest or In The Circuit Court Of R
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trunk underwear. Daily care along this finances, efficient management, Goldwire, Charles Noegel, Gerald Eighth Judicial Circuit, In And 7" M...
trunk. In
ordinary ,
an line will save your clothes. competitive spirit, and modem Norman, Patricia Pellum, Diana For Bradford County.
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michael, Jean Dugger, Angelia El- STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
make it moth-tight and gas-tight. Show Big Gain F. C. Hollingsworth and Annie P.
Milk for Quick "Pick-up" der, Rosine Flakes, Joyce Flowers, Hollingsworth, I
4. For those clothes do not residence and _
you Ever tried drinking a glass of Charlene Hardy, Jim Boggs, Helen address is Starke, Florida; I j I _
want to pack away in trunks, ice cold milk in the middle of a Building permits to the total of Kelly Mary Agnes Matthews, phine Armand Armstrong B. Krept and; husband Cecilia Jose- I __
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COLONIALFLORIST sugar in milk will give you energyto the corresponding period of Benny Williams.7th. ,!of each them of them be dead, if,alive to the and if any
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a flash. The protean, minerals, Largest building for which a Robby Capps, Kathleen Conway, I other legatees claimants, assignees, by, creditors through, under and ;

and vitamins help make the quick permit was issued is the super- ,.Larry Elder, Virginia Erwin, Hank or against each and every of the ;p .
lift you get from milk last longer. market to be constructed for Winn Graham, Sonia Hunter, Ida Mc- [above ceased named persons, who are de : .Ifo. .
; and all other havIng
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less than the number you would 4-H Club NewsBy mour, Bobby Shannon, Sara Jo The Southwest Quarter of the' is better than ever. Both new FLlTE-FUEL and new

(i) find in that piece of candy or cake Patricia Plummer Sprow, Harvey Tanner, Carol Northwest Township 6 Quarter South of Section Range 35:23!:!, i Phillips 66 Gasoline have been fortified for increased

you are tempted to pick up, whilea Reporter Temple, Harold Tyus. s' East or less, containing, except 40 that acres portion more power higher octane,longer mileage. Fill up at your 66
glass of skimmed milk has only i thereof conveyed to Bradford I Phillips 66 Dealer's.t .
about 80 calories. Try it a few We had our regular 4-H meets -, County, Florida by Deed
:Exploding Grease ed January 18, 1955, encut-I i PHILLIPS PETROLEUM COMPANY
days and see if you don't find ing Monday in Miss Ross's office. Deed Look 79. Page 389, -" '
For All Occasions class of milk helps Causes Bad Burns Records of Bradford County In :
you get throughthe The meeting was called to order Florida, for road right of wa r', Driveway. Service too
hot summer days more pleas by Mary Katherine Wainwright,i purposes I .
DISH GARDENS to housewifes! Don'tmelt You and :I IT*PlRFORMAtJCE THAT COUNT /
antly and energetically! president, and roll was called by Warning I notified each of you are hereby I
that a Bill
closed I Complaint. '
POTTED PLANTS Good Lenten Nutrition Betty Lou Wainwright, secretary.I' grease in a tightly has been filed in the Circuit Court SEE YOUR PHILLIPS 66 DEALER! '

Salmon Loaf Linda Cox led in the 4-H Pledge, can.Frank Chancery of Bradford, by County.S. N. Brown Florida and, Lu In ,'l

POTTERY You can serve this delicious sal after which we practiced using the France of Melrose recently cilia Brown, his wife, as, Plaintiffs
machine. burns
Flowers mon loaf to your family in place sewing received third degree I,as defendants; that the nature of
WiredAnywhere of meat. Besides i,said suit is to quiet and confirm
being inexpensive, when a can of hot grease exploded
salmon] contains protein, the sameas Recent BirthMr. He said the explosion occurred (!and the title Lucille of Grown plaintiffs, his S.wife N., Brown to the AND VICINITY BY JEROME JOHNS OIL COMPANY

meat, cheese, I I above described lands as a fee simple
eggs or poultryand I after he had placed the can of title; and you are required to
other nutrients calcium, and Mrs. J. A. Addison of I
Nona St. Starke .grease on a stove to melt, closingthe
[phosphorus and vitamin B. Raiford announce the birth of a

2 cups (1 lb. can) salmon, one girl on March 27 in Doctors lid tightly. It exploded when

p u_ __ __ __ third cup liquid from salmon, 2 Hospital. he removed the can from the heat.
He was seriously burned on his j

face chest, hands, and arms. I

We'll Give You 5000 er Mamie,Florida. Circuit Defendant.* Jo NOTICE To In Miller Court.AppearTo Chanrtry.,TO n Bradford,APPF Case Robert No.ARea C.County 10936Vollo Mill: I i Look Folks! This is your last Chance J!t r

: Robert\ C. Miller, whose residence -
and address is: c/n 1... A.
Shaw & Company, Macon Georgia.You .
are hereby notified that a
custody, control and sup.
port of minor childrenhas
PURCHASE OF THIS been filed against you in the GRE AT
above named Court and cause and H
you are required to serve a copy of
your answer or pleading to the complaint
on the Plaintiff's AttorneyT.
Frank Landrum, Starke, Fla.
and file the original In the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
or before the 2 day of May
1955 1955; otherwise the allegations of
said Complaint will be taken as confessed
by you.
This notice shall be publishedonce
each week for four consecutive
weeks in the Bradford County Tele
graph. x
Dated this 30 day of March 1955.
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby +r.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By Marian 1... Crosby. Deputy Clerk
4/1 4t

49 LB. FULL -
A. T. Paul, the holder of the following .
certificates has filed said cer- BUSiSSDO !
tificates for a tax deed to b* issued
10.:i CU. FT. thereon. The certificate numbersand
years of issuance, the description -
of the property and the names
3 DEEP DOOR in lows which: it was assessed are as fol

SHELVES Certificate No. 15.
Year of Issuance 1953.
A 4'I Description of Property: SEU of
( i I I 22 NW14 E. of S\Vl, Sec. 25, T. 5 S II. YOUR BIG

TALL BOTTLE Name in which assessed: John Allen.
ZONE r 1 All of said property being in the EASTER SHOPPINGAT
,.5. i y. County of Bradford. State of Flor

ida.Unless such certificate or certificates I CLOSEOUT SALE
shall be redeemed according
KOO.MV MEAT to law the property described in PRICES LOW
such certificate or certificate will be
sold to the highest bidder at the
courthouse door on the first Monday
in month of May, 1955 which is the
2 day of May, 1955.
2 Dated this 1 day of April. 19S5.

DRAWERS i T (OFFICIAL Clerk of SEAL Circuit) Charles Court of A. Darby Bradford Dresses Skirts .. Hats -. Shoes .- Ladies

Prorelaln Finish County Florida. Shoes Child's Shoes Men's Dress Shoes
4/1 4t 412 -- --
NOTICE TO APPEAR Boys Oxfords Men's Dress Pants .- Men's
THRIFT MASTER la Circuit C.nrt. Bradford County

T'nit Designed To J. Florida II. Page:,IB Plaintiff Claa. *, ">s.. Joan Xeta Work Pants -- Dungarees .. Men's Hats. ,fIl fIlMen's I

Give 25 Yrs. Of Page, Defendant. Case No. 10932'io'l..e -j Work Caps Cowboy Boots. SportI I

Service To Joan To Appear. Shirts Hose Dress Socks Work Socks .
: Neta Page whoe residence -
and address is: Unknown. : i; THIS I SATURDAY
3TEARP1iOTECTION lull You for are hereby notified that a Toys -. Silk Dresses Panties Yard Goods i

Divorcehas Men"s Shirts Men's Shorts Hankies I.
been tiled against you In the -- -
PLAN above named Court and cause and A P R I IL L 9r"At

your you are answer required or pleading to Ben to a the copy complaint of .. Entire Stock Priced To Sell. I i

Regular Price :. K.on Perryman the Plaintiff's, Starke, AttorneyE. Florida, I II At The Close Of The Day
and file the original In the office of
Now With $299.95 he Clerk of the Circuit Court on or What We Have Left I So You See Saturday
$50.00 or before the 2 day of May, 1955; !
otherwise the allegations of said Will Be The Finish
ONLY L Complaint will be taken as confessed -
More Allowance I OnYour by you. Will Be Trucked Away
This notice shall be published I III Your Last Chance
249 once each week for four consecutive -
Old Refrigerator week In the Bradford County I i To Buy Bargains
Or Less "elegraph. So Come It's Your Last Chance

Clerk of the Circuit Court
By Marian 1.. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
No Money Down Take 24 4/1 4t 4I. /%%
Pay Wait Our

a Circuit Court, Bradford County' _
FI..rid.1 IB c.... *rJ". Hurry Lad
Donald D. Kirmaler, Plaintiff,
WINKLER lose Mary Nirmaler. Defendant. On Route 301
Order Of Publication( And Notice To Lawtey, Florida Days
tpprart State Of Florida Tot I
Hose Mary Kirmaler. whose residence -
.224 X. Temple Ave. Phone 166 Starke, Fla. Richmond and address Wis. is: Route 2, New p- : I

You are required to appear on II
May 2, 1955 in the above named '

Court and cause, wherein plaintiff I



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'TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT1 'Hit The Deck'Is I family of Lakeland spent Monday,;that day. \' year-old boy and takes--an -interest

I NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED night with Mrs. Coleman's par-i: Homer Smith was called to the in all church work Last
Gay Musical i ents Mr. and Mrs. JOe Starling. !bedside of his mother last week. week the Prayer Meeting was Conducted -

CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYBy Coming To FloridaA :Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Mosley!He returned home to Highland by John Wilkinson who

and son, Danny Ray, of Jackson-j I Sunday. was horned and reared in the old

Ozora Johnson, Editor big and colorful musical comedy ville were weekend guests of < Sidney Wellhausen conducted. house that used to stand where

..............AAAAAAA&A&AA&A&&AAAAA& AAA AAAAA "Hit the Deck," will occupy Mrs. Mosley's parents, Mr. and the devotional at our Prayer Meet-I Jack Wilkinson's house now u
the screen at the Florida Theatre I\Mrs. Dave Tanner. I ing Thursday night. He is a 14- located. He is a licensed preacher.
FestivalThe Thurston Elementary PTA held
for three days starting Sunday.The Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Mosley Sr., I
R. J. E. High School Chorus i its meeting Monday night at which
Revival To Start Presbyterian star-studded cast includes are spending several days with
directed by Frances Pierce and time for II /
plans making purchaseof
Jane Powell, Tony Martin, Debbie their son-in-law and daughter,
At Pentacostal E. E. Minott were, successful in the three.-speed phonographand I
Friday noon Good Friday Reynolds, Walter Pidgeon, Vic Mr. and Mrs. Jack Reynolds, of \\
service, First Methodist Church, making Rank 1 at the District II record player were discussed. Damone Gene Raymond Ann Miller -|Jacksonville. I
Revival services will begin Tuesday Rev. R. D. Sommer. Festival held at Florida Normal The patrons are interested in getting -
l Jane Darwell and the Juba- Albert Prevatt
of Kenton N. t
April 12, at the. Pentacostal Industrial Memorial College last some playground equipmentfor |
Saturday, 3 m.Adult Choir l laires. I Chas :
p. returned and is
Holiness Church. Tenth St. at Saturday in St. Augustine. The 11 the children this summer. making
practice. The story tells what happens];;his home; with Mr. and Mrs. Willie
Ave. in Starke.
Temple Evangelist Group was well received and commended Principal Price was very happyover
Sunday, 6 a. m.Easter Sun- when the fleet comes in to San I I Griff is.J '
Norma Sullivan. former pastor, highly for a supe.rior per- the steps that were being
will preach nightly at 7:30 o'clock.A rise. Service, Kingsley Lake. Sun- formance. Watch this paper for taken in that direction. Soft ball Francisco with three romances in'!'J Mr. and Mrs. Charley Bowen

legligious film "Crucifixion and day School 9:45: a. m. Morning date of the spring concert which and baseball season is well on the progress between Vic and Jane, I I were business visitors in Gainesville

Resurrection of Christ." will be Worship 11 a. m., "The Lord of promises to be the musical treat way in Lincoln City. A game will the admiral's daughter; Tony and I on Saturday.

shown Wednesday night, April 13. Life Victorious Over Death." Re- of the season. The general publicis be played Sunday at 2:30 p. m.,Ann, a night club dancer; and i i' Mrs. Sue Ratoiu: nurse of Mrs.

The pastor. Rev. A. F. Gerst ception of new members and bap- invited to attend. !,|The general public is invited.RYE's :Danny and Debbie, playing the Volley Reddish, Mrs. Susie Pre-1: & pFR1GETO
tism of infants. Youth Fellow- Cancer I part of an actress. I vatt, and Miss
mayr, will continue the revival "Kick Off' Dinner j PTA under leadershipof Daisy Raulerson.
during the week of April 17. The ship, 6 p. m., Garry Gitson, Leslie On :Monday at 6:00: p. m. the president Royal, met at 7 p. m. There are plenty of hilarious' are on the sick list this week. We '

public is invited to attend these .and Robert Humphries hosts. colored division of the Cancer W ednesday April 6, and discussed [complications before it all ends ;wish them a speedy recovery.; I| !
Evening Worship, 7:30 m.. happily and everyone joines in I & Wowa
services. drive held a dinner at RJE elementary plans for making summer pay- Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Mott, of
"What The the rousing finale, !"
Happened on Evening "Hallelujah I
school. The place cards ments on the new Lester Piano Brooker. visited at the home nf
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At The TabernacleThe After The Resurrection? were made through the courtesyof recently purchased for the school I !Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hilliard, Sun- i toUv
Tuesday, 8 p.m., Circles of the the 4-5-6 grade pupils and by the PTA. The meeting had to] 'YTTTTTTYTT.'TT'YTY day afternoon. They attended services -i

22nd Anniversary of the Women of the Church will meetas teachers of Wateroak elementaryschool. .adjourn early because of the Primary I i at the First Baptist Church, !

Tabernacle work will be observed follows: Circle 1 with Mrs. Flowers were donated by department operetta. LAWTEY\ Sunday evening. Edward Wilkinson -, price

with a Fellowship Dinner Monday W J. Epperson; Circle 2 with Miss Mrs. Cynthia Schmitt, of Colonial Lawtey Training School will nephew of Mr. Marshall Mott,

night at 7:30 o'clock. Louise Stern; Circle 3 with Mrs. Florist, and Sophia Royal. Other 'soon hold its dedication. Watch By Sirs. Joyce T. Futrh4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA returned home with them for aj I:

:Morning services last Sunday J. M. Mitchell. services for the success of the this paper for the announcementfrom week's visit. I \ I I

were conducted by the sponsor and Wed., 7:30. p. m., Prayer Meet- dinner were, rendered by chairmen Principal C. C. Anderson.The I Deepest sympathy is extended i ito \ I

the evening service was conductedby ing.Thur. Price, Marshall, and Nathan. Hobby Club and teachers are Mr. and Mrs. Ossie Cason ofil I the family of J. G. Godwin. His I \
., 3:30 m. Junior Choir The Cancer drive is so give doing everything possible to make |
Dr. Frank Morris of Park-of- : p. .on Pine Level were dinner guests of j!sudden death was a great shock
the-Palms. practice. generously in the fight againstthis the school attractive inside. The Mr. and Mrs. Willie Griffis on'l'to the community. (

disease which can be curedif teacher's lounge has new; modern Sunday.Mr. I : \\HILcq
I Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.
in earliest furniture. Don't miss the dedication I
HI-WAY CHAPEL Methodist Church caught the stages. -I and Mrs. Roy Reddish of t Edgar Wilkinson were Mr. and
The Cancer Committee of Brad- of this beautiful new school. I
(Assembly of ) Webster spent the weekend with Mrs. Jack Simmons of Gainesville.
Harold E. Bullock Pastor Sunday Church School 9:45a. ford County is as follows: Miss The pupils and teachers are doing
Reddish's mother, Mrs. Volley I I Mrs. N. C. Mott and Mrs. Grover ,
m. with 280 as a goal in at Dorothy Alvarez, General Chairman I all they can to keep this school Reddish. Moore and son of Brooker.
Sunday School 10 a. m. Worship -i tendance. Morning Worship 11 a. Ozora Johnson, community clean and attractive. They agree I ,
I Weekend of :Mr. and Mrs. J (
Hour 11 a. m., "Jesus' Easter m. Service broadcast over radio coordinator, C. C. Anderson Sadie I j I with Keats who said: "A thing of guests ,., t'ntpdding in Lawtey
Wardrobe." Evangelistic Hour, station WDVH. Recreation Time Lee Clark, Eddie Thompkins, So- ,Beauty is a Joy Forever." Ernest Raulerson were :Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Starling

7:43 p. "Preachin' in the Rain." 5:30 p. m. Fellowship Supper for phia Royal, Mary Lee Frazier, I Hampton Training School is getting Mrs. L. E. Smith of Marietta, Miss I announce the marriage of their I

Eye-witness reports of the Roberts Intermediates and Seniors, 6:15 p.1 Alma Jenkins, Frances Pierce, I ready for the next Community j I Beulahvieve Cannon of Jacksonville daughter, Lucille, to Edgar Cau- I 'MILeo

campaign in Jacksonville. m. Worship Service for MYF Pauline Marshall, S. C. R. Price, I meeting which will be held at the Mr. and Mrs. P. Crews of ley of Baxley, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. : "d

Monday through Friday Special Groups, 6:45: p. m. Evening service i. Janie Mitchell, Mellonease Taylor, ,church on Sunday, April 17, 3 p. Whitehouse, and Miss Evelyn Cauley will live in Baxley. -__:;: = _5 I
Raulerson Mr.
of :
Revival meetings, 7:45 nightly 7:30 p. m. The. Chancel Choir.Corine Aycox, Maybelle Roberts,, I 1m. Garden City. I I'Baldwin and Mrs. Leroy Donn of

Rev. \V. M. Hoard of Gainesville,, will give an Easter Cantata, "The Miriam Tyson and Charity Wil-j CHURCH NEWS Mr. and :Mrs. Bub Wilkerson I lof announce the marriage I

evangelist. Everyone welcome. Divine Redeemer," by Charles iams. The program was steered ) Greater Antioch Missionary Baptist has as their guests last weekend ; their daughter, Lillie Mae, to
Gounod. by :Miss Alvarez who presented i tt Church, Rev. A. Jenkins pastor Mr. and Mrs. Richard Barrett of Tommy.Griffis, son of Mr. and

;i Monday Circle 'No. 5 will Drs. Covington and Felos and t will hold annual Easter Sunrise the State Farm and Mr. and Mrs. !Mrs. Collie Griffis. I ['

P. D. Q. meet in the recreational building Nurses Snellen and McKnight. I I Service at 4 a. m. All churches'Donald Ballentine of Jackson-

with Mrs. Del Colley and Mrs. Other guests included Miss Dorothy I I i that are not having regular services ville.The I YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYLONG I

FOR Eston Jordan as co-hostesses at Ross. The music was furnished by I i I i i at that time are asked to Brotherhood, with Mr. Arthur fcI _-

Proven Dependable Quick 7:30 p. m.Tuesday. I Rosebud Kittle, Mellonese Scott :!,;join us. We welcome you one and' Pearce as President, gathered j: BRANCH J Jr7

Protein Vitamin .-,Mineral WSCS Prayer Group and Enoch Allen with Fran-:: 1L. The, regular order of service at the home of Rev. and Mrs.

Supplements 9:30 a. m.Wednesday. ces Pierce in charge. All reported I|n I will be followed according to Dea- Edgar Wilkinson Thursday night, I
Phone fil-W Starke Fla. Children's Bible a very delightful evening after,|Icon< J. C. Carswell, reporter. Don't March 31, for an old-fashioned by Mrs. J. L. StrckIaidAALAAAAAAAAAAAj1AAA1 i

Farmers SupplyALL Story Hour, 3:30 p. m. Bible Study eating the delicious food prepared I n'miss the early morning Easter fish fry. Eighteen men enjoyed I $ i

LIVESTOCKThe and Prayer, 7:30 p. m. by Ethel Williams. We could not!:message by the pastor. this affair. I' :'

Thursday Youth Choir Re- fail to say thanks to Helen Jack-'I New Bethel Baptist Church,Rev. Mrs. Joyce Futch attended I The Long Branch churchill 71'T\J.:
P Chancel Choir son for her service as waitress 'A. Vinson pastor will hold regular meet to organize a Training Union j I
10th and Sts. hearsal, 6:30 p. m. classes at the University of Flori-
rehearsal, 7:30 p. m. and the very fine way she represented services on Sunday starting with I da last weekend. While there she Sunday at 6:30: p. m. All members I!I
j the home economics department of the church and Sunday School i
Sunday School. The Easter program visited with her sister, Mrs. C. E.
of RJE. "Hats off" toj] will be conducted by the I Strickland.Mrs. students are urged to attend. I

Betty Thomas, teacher. 'I committee of the Sunday School:I The Bayless Highway Baptist
Career Week i i in the afternoon. All scholars are, Clara Tyner and family re Church plans to be with us .to
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH turned to Sanford last I.
Saturday .
Career week, April 4-7, started I i i invited to the annual Easter egg after spending several days with present their Training Union pro- .
off with the introductory combined ]hunt. Time will be announced at: gram on April 17 at 6:30: p. m.
I Mrs. Tyner's mother, Mrs. Elaine -
STARKE FLA. assembly at Dunbar High Sunday School. |After that we will have evening = PHllCO 1156
We are happy to L
School, Green Cove Springs. The Allen Chapel A.M.E. Church report worship conducted by the chaplainwho
that Mrs. Teston is
junior j and senior classes of RJE :will hold special afternoon services comes with the Training Bars
REV. LEWIS D. HAINES Pastor went over by bus, chaperoned by 'at which time Clara Cohen and: rapidly from her recent illness. Union folks. New Double Depth Dairy
:Misses and Alice
Jefferson and Court Streets 'In The Heart of Town members of the committee and i others will lead the children in an Raulerson Gwendolyn spent the weekend in The WMU of Long Branch Most convenient door
principal Thompkins. The guest|:Easter program. Sunday School Church will meet Tuesday night storage ever designed. More
Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 Marietta with Mr. Mrs. E.L. .
and : shelves, deeper shelves. all removable. One shelf
speaker was Dean James Espyof will begin at 10 a. m. with superintendent at 7:30 o'clock. At this time plans
Edward Waters Cllege,.Jack-i Homer Williams in Raulerson.Mr. will be made to organize the RA's alone holds four % gallon cartons ot milk. Portable

Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 8:00 P.M. i sonville. Dean Espy challenged the|i charge. The Missionary Society : and Mrs. Frank Sweat and I and GA's, as well as have the Egg Racks.Butter Keeper New Jumbo Cheese Keeper.
baby of Jacksonville visited her
,group to accept opportunity because met at the. Thomas home on Mon WMS and Brotherhood meeting.We .
School 9:45 A.M. Union P.M.
Sunday Training 6:45
: : parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Car
I it may knock only once. He day with president Elizabeth Giv-i ter will attend the sing this I Built-in 45 lb. Frttztr I All Shtlvtt Fully Adjw.lobU .

Midweek Service Wednesday, 8:00 P.M. reviewed his early childhood ed- ens presiding. A report was made I Weekend recently. Sunday afternoon from 2 to 4 j. Dtlux Chiller Drawer S Smart Golden Color Styling
Durban ,
guests of
'ucation and stated that he was about the district conference held the m., and at 5 o'clock we will meet; Full-WidthPorctlainOUptr 5-Yor Protection Plan
Hear the Sunday Morning Service over WDVH at one of five pupils in the school recently in Newberry. Bishop C.I family were :Mr. and Mrs. O. J. for the Easter Egg hunt. I

f 11 a.m. Regular Broadcast Every 1, 3, and 5 Sunday. 'with one teacher and eight years A. Gibbs will hold a one-day in:. Boyette of Valdosta, Ga., and Miss Four new members were added!
Bettie Durban of Jacksonville.Mrs. .
after he had graduated there were spirational meeting at .Allen to the Sunday School roll last
J. S. Eunice Sr. I
q just 23 three pupils and one teacher Chapel for the entire district. and son, week, bringing the total back up C. H. NASWORTHY
Harold I II
: spent Sunday with Mrs.
still. In his class of five the!Mother Pullum is in charge of the: Eunice's son-in-law and daughter I I to 90. There were 74 present in ;(

teacher kept saying "You're going I dinner and program for the entire .classes, including five visitors. !
Mr. and :Mrs. Joe
fo be somebody." He further stated I day. Many persons of various; in Deland. They found little and family Karen, Let's all remember Homecoming I GENERAL SUPPLIES

that if you say this to people long churches have been asked to pre at Long Branch on Mother's Day, 232 E. Call St.
Lane much improved after a Phone 198J
. EARL M. CAMPBELL enough and strong enough they pare baskets for the dinner whichill May 8. We are looking forward'
attack of
polio. Starke Fla.
will begin to believe it and not \\ be served at noon. Music will to seeing all our old friends on .
i Mr. and Mrs. Fred Coleman and I i
JOHN F. (Bill) GREENE let you down. This entire week be furnished by RJE and Lawtey i ii I

will be devoted to "Exploring the i Training teachers and students.1 1I ] -n ...
Vocations" in Bradford and ClayCounties. I The general .public is invited to

} TAX CONSULTANTSOlson We were honored with attend this meeting. The first *4 _. 1
greetings and welcome from Supt.H. session will begin at 10 a. m. and zI -
Building S. Walnut Street Starke --- .,.
C. of Schools. I -
Long Clay County the closing session will start at -

PHONE 14 He complimented both groups on i 3 p. m. Be sure to hear Bishop :
the fine planning that had been L Gibbs.
I I '
( done for the week. Pictures of the Mt. Pisgah A.M.E. Church, Rev.E. I Complete and official figures show iL!
FARMER BUSINESS visiting groups were made by [ L. Walker pastor, will hold i that again in 1954-fo the 19""straight year r
Principal Maxwell Saxon of Dun- regular services all day Easter

Special Rate on Short Forms "bar High. The group from Starke I Sunday. A trip to Silver Springs r- j / MORE PEOPLE BOUGHTCHEVROLETS

I reported a delightful visit and L is being planned for the Sunday "

look forward to entertaining the I I School on Easter Monday. Parents THAN ANY OTHER CAR ft)
Dunbar at
group on Wednesday ;are invited to go along.
which time Harold Jones supervisor Giving And SharingWe 14 r
;i of Alachua County Schools,, have spoken of this often. ,_ _';. --. ''T ._, .
I will be guest speaker. H. P. Mor- Have, you given to your local :; '
: .. I gan will extend greetings and wel- 'American Red Cross? The adult ,

come the student body and visit- membership is $1 or more. The

j ors. :Music will be furnished by the campaign was to close in March .jL- i

''RJE Chorus. I but so far only one communityhas .
(.). T. A. & Hobby Club Chit-Chat made a report Lincoln City. j

-- The Wateroak school held regular under the leadership of principal !

LOCAL S Safe PHONEOR PTA with president Desue in Price and Chairman Janie Mit- P

I Dependable [charge. Devotions were led by chell. This group has made a par.

LONGDISTANCE S Economical 311 principal Roberts after which old tial report of more than 20 paid i _
and new business was considered. memberships at $1 each. All I '.d J

R. B. AlvarezTRANSFER OR Reports from the Tom Thumb groups are asked to make their!I, c-- .- ..- ----k' \_.'\ N

Agents: For AND 250-J wedding were made and plans for reports to coordinator Johnson on| : -c------ NN4 I -
completing payments on the kitchen or before April 15. Many thanks| ,

Dtlcher Bros. STORAtE CO. _ I range were discussed.HIGHLAND. I in advance for your fine. reports. ..

'YYYY'TY"YY"'YV'TYYTY. spent the weekend here with his I Ii iiT

STORAGEPerryman JI [father. Earl Mosely. } .

I !! Rev. E. C. Harvey was in Green t tI

Bldg. S. Court St. Starke, I:,Cove Springs last week visiting)
Mrs. Iornian&LALLAA4AALLALLALLALAAAA his brother, James Harvey. i
By Lucy
Mrs. Brooksy Mosely returned i

:|home from St. Luke's Hospital j No other low-priced. car even comes close

Beedie Mae Harvey of Mac- ,last week.

tclenny I spent the weekend here On the sick list are Francis and
i with friends. j iMaebelle Norman Billie Austin. to matching these important. Chevrolet advantages .

Mr. and Mrs. M. L. :and Mr. Converse.
k HUNDREDS i If you're planning to buy a new car, the The Body's by Fisher!
!, better this !
of Jacksonville visited the Lacey I year new Overdrive (both
Normans Sunday afternoon. i j I I HOSPITAL ADMISSIONS. one Chevrolet you just for can't 19 straight afford to miss America's seeing !is You see Body by Fisher on lots of the extra-cost options), and a new Synchro I:

of details are managed and economic- Ii years high-priced cars-and only Chevrolet has Mesh transmission that's as smooth
and Mrs. Homer Smith and j best-selling car. The Motoramic Chevrolet :
The it in the
i following patients have been low-price field! they come.
ally attended that only a trained and [daughter, Shirley Ann, visited Mr., offers you so much more than the other'i
careful organization can attend when j Smith's mother in South Carolina I i I admitted to Doctor's Hospital dur- I low-priced cars that it's Hardly engines! i

L the urgent need for serving is at (last weekend. Mother Smith lived ing the past week: Mrs. Clarice compare them. And even the high-priced That goes for Chevrolet's new V8 and All the power helpers you wont! I
here few I Addison and Mrs. Lois both cars don't have all the advantages thattoday's Windows! seat, steering brakes-all !
hand. a years ago and hasbeen I,: Linzy, j two new sixes as well All bring you a are
in a wheel chair for several i iI'jof Raiford; Howard Garrison and: Chevrolet offers you. mOuelflvot electrical system-double available with built-in "muscLes" to make I

years. We are glad that she 1st I(I[Mrs. Nora Booth, both of Inter-i I The beauty's built In-not bolted the voltage of other low-priced cars. Then driving as effortless as you wish. They're i
DeWITT C. JONES able to get around in her chair as I lachen; Mrs. Faye Rose, Gainesville on! Chevrolet's new 'Turbo-Fire V8" has the optional at eitra-cost-and worth it! :

Phone 7 Starke, Fla. well as she is. i i'I 1 ; Annie Warren, George E. ,j contours Chevrolet's of beauty metal is and inherent glass. in the basic shortest piston stroke in the Industry! --. 4t..7 to

.. sssrrssS- :Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Norman:'Bennett. Mrs. Rita Snyder and There's no Come fake the key! -1"_ f
.eee e nsa excessive bolted-on ornamentation A dnve to suit :
'' to go your driving!
Fnneral Director Ambulance Service 'I and son, Floyd, were in Green'Miss I'Shirley :Mason, all of Starke. I. out of style overnight There's silky, peppery Powerglide (even There have never been so many good ''
Cove Springs on business Saturday -I why you should drive a Chevrolet!

tax low funeral hOme en&blu u to offer convenience inS afternoon. They returned witha CARD OF THANKS yerjTenMIIon1ChevroIet' *** 4*"* ***5 -**1ownersTwo '
beautiful '55 Ford. : Million; tban"a
ierv1eea not otherwU new I take this means of thankingall more other tar!

Jimmie Norman of Macclenny is my good friends and neighborsfor ,
.,. rJ-J-rA-r,-_ ,,,
1 spending a few days at his home their kindness and care of me.

We furnish! the highest type eervice at lowest price andaccept here. while I was shut in, and for the, TORODE

ANY life insurance policy In force lined by ANY Zettie Padgett spent Sunday in. nice cards and flowers. Thanking CHEVROLET CO. j

company *a payment in part or In full on a funeral. R1ldinith her children the. Rev. and Mrs. McAliley for kind I

ConaulUtion carries no obligation. ,Edwin Knights. attention, and may God bless each I PHONE 111 CALL AND COURT STS. STARKE

I_SSSS S S .. .,.. rp.sssssttJC I Ronnie Mosely of Jacksonville one. Mrs. W A. Bonham. FLA. i
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FRIDAY, APRIL 8, 1955 _

Attend ConventionCounty Recent BirthsMr. charged from service and Is visiting that is no longer in production,-!I[wanted to keep the old engines''hibit this we feel it our obligation

his parents no,;". After a short the !'[and '
consequently cities have had stated they had years'
H. many to advise
Commissioners A. and Mrs. John R. Moon of you.
vacation he will go to Marietta, to set their own shop and I good operation still left
Bishop and E. L. Crawford attended Jacksonville announce the birth ofa SPORTSBASEBALL up I I 10f in them.I Sincerely

a recent statewide convention son, John Robert Jr., on April Ga.Mr. make their own repair parts or I II i;Now two months later they say Fairbanks, Morse & Co

of County Commissioners at Jacksonville -I 1 in St. Luke's Hospital. Mrs. : and Mrs. Elmer P. Stark of I suffer the delay of 9 to 12 months i i I the engines should be retired.I

St. Paul, Mo. visited the George i before repair parts can be '(Why? OT1CE TO ..PPE.RI.
and reported this week Moon is the former Miss Flo :Mc- sup- I Clrrult Court. Bradford Count/
that they gained much valuable Cullie of Starke. NEWS% TRACK NEWS Goedharts recently.We i plied. I I It is not our intent to try to I Florida la Chancery.
regret to report that the Another item which we wish to force the sale of any of our equip- .Cattle Bryan. Plaintiff. \ li..
information which will be helpfulin Mr and Mrs. .J B. Dick of mond Dryan Defendant
their county offices. Starke announce the birth of a i iI I new baby son born to Mr. and Mrs. I clear up is that in talking with I,ment. We only want to state our'' Caw X '-*

A J. C. Parrish on Sunday, died many of you, you advised that case to you people who have to' \oilee To Appear
Bishop was named by the con- Charles Daird hopelessly outclassed Bran- Last week's Telegraph went to I .
son, on April 5 in To: Raymond Br an. wi I i idriict 1.
ford team received an 18-1 drub- before Monday. you were under the impressionthat bear the burden of the expense so': and address is un. w
vention to its State Welfare Committee Doctors Hospital.Emergency. Ii ]press the one-sided 81 1-2 I v.
here last Truby Pinholster has been on the used engines were Fair- : that when conditions change we You are hereby notified chat: a
bing at
which recommended among Saturday night I to 41 1-2 track victory over Lake suit for
other things that two public Fund the hands of the BHS nine. I City could be reported. The Tornadoes the sick list. banks, Morse equipment and you.I will be on record as trying to assist ; Divorcehas
The R. F. Ganos visited the O. thought we had endorsed the you in your growth and been filed against you in the
hospitals be erected in Florida, one Bradford High's five hits, coupI I took first places to four pro- I above
: named Court and and
at Swan Lake Sunday. equipment and would handle i-au>e
Group To MeetThe R. Ganos the gress. We
sincerely feel
in the north and one in the south, led with 12 bases on balls by j ror the Columbia High cindermen. that we you are required to serve a copof
installation and service of this nave the best offer for the 'I your answer or pleading' t > thrim.,
to take care of the indigent. Branford pitchers and 13 errors J Barnes, a promising football 1 I City.
prospect olaint
Bradford County Emer- [equipment. This is definitely not believe on the Plaintiff. At'urno
R. E. Jones, Bradford County tfield, gave the Tornadoes a total] for the Lake City eleven next To The CitizensOf jWe that we could have I T. Frank Landrum Sa.ii- FM
gency Fund group will meet Thurs-! the case. it is true we are the i helped the City with this and file the original In the .fru-e ,>*
of 18 in the first four I program
runs :
Road Foreman attended a meet- innings j;year, took three of these in the
he Clerk of the Circuit iu '
day night, April 21, at 7:30 o'clock! only manufacturer of diesel en- and avoided the taxes in
ing of ,the newly formed RoadSuperintendent's I 2, 5, 7, 4. To keep the game from :100 and 220 yard dash and in the I which now ior before the 9 01&1; :<
;n the First Methodist Church I gines that have 5 factory trainedservice 1955 '
are being planned. We feel that I ; otherwise the allega .ns
Association, at becoming any more of a farce, the 1 broad jump. The times
School office. All interested per-1 StarkeThe men living in Florida, we are in a position to I said Complaint will be taken as
the same time. umpires called the game after were 10:3 and 23:5 respectivelyand I help youwith I confessed by you.
sons are invited to attend. ICOimECTIOX | I' however, we could not under I .
II Branford batted in the fifth. : the jumping distance was 20 any many items in this expansion This notice shall be i 1' "I"
i >nce each week for fOUl
condition offer service consecutiv
The field was barely playable as ft. 5 1-2 inches. Lake City's other statement has been made on any I program which do not concern the ;, weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph -
l.V equipment which we cannot en- diesel
"TICKOFF"A THEATRE PROGRAM the result of early weekend rains. first place came in the mile run. that Fairbanks, Morse & Co. has I dorse. I We! generating fee that the units. { Il ate l th.* S 11,1d .\i' :
Pitchers on both teams had trouble In the initial event the high I citizens > OFFICIAL SEAL) .haries A Darby
To patrons of the Florida, made several misleading state-j of the major questions is !
the Edwin I lOne right to know the truth and as .frk! of the Circuit CoUrt.y .
I finding plate. hurdles
Lefty -
Theatre: Our printed progarm yds.) Townsend Strick- ments: in an attempt to "muddy!just how much additional power Hong as to : Marian L Crosb>. r'.put.I..rk
DISCOVERY! Johns of BHS allowed 2 free I land took a first place with a run the water" and "force the sale of; anyont' attempts pro- 4 it of '
this week will show "On the i Starke will need. Starke now hasa !
trips to first base both in the 1st I .
of 10.9 seconds. James Harrell
Give your dog a capsule! Waterfront" playing April 13, 14, : I was [equipment by unorthodox methi i peak bad of approximately i|
inning and Dewayne Elder. who I third.
Rid him of Fleas & Ticks! 15. We have had a cancellation,I Bobby Ferguson placed ods." II j 1270 KW. There is 1520 KW installed I
pitched the final frame, allowedone. I I I '
second to Barnes in the 100-yd.
however and the show these advised in
on I As our previous arti-1( capacity. Two new engines \ INKIER ELECTRIC SERVICE

AT ALL DRUG STORES i dates will be "Three for the I I dash. Hazen and Mathews took cles, it is the intent of Fairbanks, would give the plant 3792 KW capacity -j I
'I Branford, unable to get a base 2nd and 3rd for the I I
Show.-.Ira Harris, Manager. I IIII I in Morse & Co. to always serve our I Ii or three times the present j
hit all night, scored in the first I the mile run. Another BHS first '
:i customers to the best of our abilities -!load. The used equipment would'
I inning via a base on balls, sacri-!i came in the-,8So-.d relay. (Strick-
at all times. We fully realize ,give the plant 6520 KW capacity

III ALVAREZ' STORE Men's Clothing (MI I fice, hit batsman, and an infield I land, Elder. Wooten, Ferguson) that there is always friction in i or five times the present load. The

Established i 1894 error. For Bradford Edwin Johns with a time of 1:39.5.: Clifford any city when major expansion I i I question that need be asked is
\had two hits to lead the BHS at- Martin took another BHS first
programs are begun. This is .i should the people of Starke bej
tack at the plate. Johns received with a time of 55.5 seconds. alwa's''' RADIO
usually true because some j saddled with the expense of the

YOU CAN QUIT WORRYING ABOUT credit for pitching a no-hit game j Strickland made it a sweep of the have a selfish motive in mind]:upkeep of all these engines when
against a Branford team which 1 hurdling events when he I AND
gained a
'rather than the interest of the they will never use them especially -
TELEVISION REPAIR COSTSYou actually is better than it showed first in the low hurdles I
(140 yds.)
City. Our articles clearly stated i when the said used equipment ,
Saturday night. In spite of the with a time of 17.2 seconds. Char- I TELEVISIONSales
they were not intended as criti- cost approximately $100.-
can now keep your set playing without that poor condition of the field the les Kirkland took a third in this .I
I cism toward rather 000 We wish to
anyone, they more. quote aj
take it or leave Deal I Tornadoes committed only two er- svent. Harold Godwin set a pace I 17-inch TVMahogany ,.
were to advise you that we under- :J statement from the DEMA hand- ,| $
Service Calls For Tube Replacement $2.50 rors. I,of 2:16.4 1 59.95
,, in the half mile. The stood your problems and were I,:book which is the book of standard
Plus Tubes In City The new outfield combination 'medley relay team of Martin I II (
of, willing to bend over backward to I practices followed by everyone and Service

GENERAL REPAIR RATES ALSO LOWS Billy Harrington in center, Buck Shaw, Kirkland, and Elder finished assist you in any way possible.We I i connected with diesel generating CflSflSflflrflflssss rrSStrsss sstsr rrr.sflsp
20 Years ExperienceCall GUI in left, and Edgar Akridge in in front with a time of 2:11.4. I '
have stated only the true equipment. The statement is: "Fora 224 X. Temple Ave. PHONE 166 Starke Florida
us Today or To 9:00 PM. Phone 427-W I right, showed up well defensively. Ferguson again took a second to facts of the situation and if giving I I' peak load of 2400 KW the total ,

BIAS TELEVISION SERVICE j Glen Reddish was unable to play I Barnes in the 220-yd. dash. To out true information is what is capacity of the plant need not -'" -- '"
at his regular first base conclude the running events, the .i I I
spot referred to as an attempt to be over 3000, KW unless a studyof II ---
CHARLES W. BIAS, Prop. against Branford and was replaced I;mile relay team of Godwin. Wooten "Muddy up the water" then we previous loads indicates that i I

by Curtis McGee, who, played a!I Humphries, and Martin posted feel that our obligation to you the peak load will exceed 3000 i Sell It Rent It Trade

good game. McGee is now on the the winning time of 3:53.7.In citizens and taxpayers forces us to KW within a short time. This can I

sick list and it looks like Reddish I the field events BHS almost "Muddy up the water." We have be found on page 99 of the EM1 I
: ,will have to return to action be- made a clean sweep of the pole never been confronted with the handbook. Certainly if a 3000 KW I CLASSIFIED

!fore his pulled muscle is thoroughly vault with Slade winning with a idea that stating true facts was capacity is all that is needed for

', mended. 10-ft. vault. Humphries was .second using unorthodox methods and a 2400 KW load then the city of'I Low Rates Good Results b'asy To Place

OSTc Next week Gainesville will be and Lee tied for third. Clark we believe this must have been j I Starke does not need 6520 KW 20 WORDS OR LESS. OXE INSERTION - 50c

ituT I here Tuesday night and the Tornadoes and Humphries finished 1-2 in the misquoted because we do not'Capacity for a 1270 KW load. It EACH ADDITIONAL WORD Zcmscor.iT

I will journey to Palatka for high jump. The winning leap was want to believe that anyone would,should be kept in mind that it OF is PER CENT o\ TWO OR MORE INSERTIONS

I a night game in the Azalea Bowl 5:9: 3-4. In the broad jump Bobby object to you Citizens having the I took 30 years for the load to

(Friday. Ferguson again had to be content true information.We grow to 1270 KW. 23c ADDITIONAL FOR BLIND ADS OR ADS NOT PAID IX ADVANCEMEMORIAMS

K ,with a second to Lake City's Bar- welcome anyone to check The fact has been determindedthat

nes. Locke and Clark took first any of the statements we have natural gas will be availablein I CARDS OF ThANKS, RESOLUTIONS 20c Per Line

Intramural TrackIs and third for BHS in the shot put. made to determine if they contain Florida shortly. Certainly the I (COUNT I 5 WORDS TO EACH LINE)

Concluded The winning toss was 40 ft.. 10 in. anything besides factual informa- City will want to take advantageof

In the discus throw Jimmy Wel- this inexpensive fuel which will
tion.There FOIl KENT-Large four bed room 'TTPEWRITEP.
j Monday afternoon the pole vault don and Freddie Stephens finished has been a lot of ques-I cut the fuel bill at the power furnished home at Kingsley Lake t late model.- key-tet tabulator.standard -

(concluded the 1955 intramural program 1-2. One hundred and ten feet tions as to whether or not the plant by more than 50 per cent. for weekend week or month. May I excellent condition. $C5. Bradford .
and for reservation.
open County Telegraph.
( for the Junior High School. I was the winning distance. used engines at New Bern, North. However, since the manufactureof A. J. Thomas. Realtor tf

|Jimmy Hobbs took first place with Carolina are obsolete. It is com-' Superior engines has been discontinued Fla.phone. 35:3S3.Temple Avenue, tarke'l chg FOR SALE-l Auto Top carrier

j Ia vault of 8 ft., 6 in. He represented Perryman Named mon belief that when the manu- by National Supply Co. (wire mesh) $5. See G. Kaufmann,
I Cypress and .
NOW! Save money on auto insurance. Get this room 8A. Second place facture of a product is discon- we are wondering who will furnishthe CAUPHNTEK Miring plumbing WORK roofing Block siding work, subdivision.Westmoreland Sts.Pmehnrit

better auto insurance protection, nationwide went to Billy Carten of 7B. Larry E. K. Perryman, former county tinued it has become obsolete. .necessary equipment and sprouting and cement work. Writer

24-hour claims service and reliable insurance Lamee, and Ray Godwin, bcUi of I judge was named this week by This is true of diesel generatingunits guarantee when the City wishes to Telegraph.A. Sorrell, c/o Bradford County tfchg 2% PAID STATE ON SAVINGS BANK -- KEYSTONE KEYSTONE -

9A, and Van Prescott of 8C tied 3ov. Leroy Collins to serve on the as well as any other pro- convert your plant to natural gas? HEIGHTS. FLA., MEMBER .
counsel : at lower cost. The SAFECO plan is FOR RENT Five room cottage, un FDIC.
We that the statement
State Welfare duct. The information was
for third place. Board, District 5. appeared furnished. eeV.. M. Edwards,.

offered through'the SAFECO INSURANCE COMPANYor Mrs. Perkins' 9A took first place just last week in one of the coun- made that the two small enginesin 408 W. Call St. Itp 1950 ENGLISH FORD. low mileage

AMERICA, a member of the GENERAL OF team honors with a total of 36 SHULL NOT MOVINGAn try's leading news journals that the plant are so old they should large Blooming ..1... good condition. Iriced to selL
points. National Supply Co. has discontinued not be used. However we offered SPECIAL 8ALK AZALEAS Ste it at Torode'a Used Car Lot.tf
of insurance companies. If Participants from this
class will receive watch charm item in the Keystone the manufacture of diesel the City a trade-in on these two I AMI Plant CAMELLIASAll at Half Price

are a safe driver you can save with SAFECO. type medals appropriately engraved Heights news last week gave the engines. As you know, the en- engines and could set two new SEEING IS BELIVIN'CBKVEDERE LET J. D. ODOM. JR.HANDLE .

impression that E. T. Shull was at New Bern are Superier engines in their place without AZ.LtGARDE YOUR
apt the facts on this NEW money-saving plpn. to note their participation on gines AND NURSERY CATTLE AND HOGS
'i the winning team. moving his plumbing business to engines. We can cite several having to build any addition to Pauline Karl C".lllaPho SALES -

Jacksonville. Mr. Shull states that cases where cities have equipment the plant. At that time everyone e HOlbort 8-2502: : Earletoa. Fla. Live Oak Each U'edaeadayGalBentllle

II. C. WALL( AGENCY Final standings of other classes I this is not true, since he is maintaining tf Ear Friday tf

(was as follows: 9B-1 1-2 points, his business here as usual, a HB_ H H B WANTED TO BUY HOUSE-Suit-
'9C-17 points, 9D-14 points, 8A 'although working in Jacksonville [ able for Lake Cottage 2 or 3 FOR RENT-Two bedroom furnished .
rooms, must be practical to moveto
PJIONE 146 j-14 points, 8B-0 points, 8C-11 part of the week. lake. Call Mrs. Crowson at 29 Radio apartment and TV Shop.Apply Shepherds tfchg

200 E. Call St. Starke, Fla. 1-2 points, 7A-2 1-2 points, 7B- adC'p! I BELrE\'E-t'or ONLY
7 points, 7C-0 points, and 7D- TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTBROOKER \ $5. down and We a week, yon FOR SALE
points. ran have a TEN YEAR Gl'ARANTKED -
10 It Water heater in Tour kera_folly SLAG ROCK
CORRECTION Inktallrd. (For old and new customer -
Jim Chasteen of) !SLIDE GAS CO. Phone

Mrs. Ann Bissell, who is havinga B i i10th 121. *' Excellent for Drivewaysand
> Tollyalt Jr.
new motor court constructedhere BROWNLEE & CHASTEEN Parkways

is not the sister of Mrs. AAAAAAA AAAAA LAjA A a. A
& Cherry Sts. Sfarke, Fla.I Electric $3.00 Per Yard \
Clara Leaman as stated in last
BIG TENT REVIVAL Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Lawhon
week's paper. She is the sister of I I In 5 Yard Lots
Mrs. Paul Leaman. celebrated their birthdays recently Time Means Nothing ability at 95 per cent or above. REWOUND AND

with a dinner at their home for Wash feeders and waterers week- SERVICED Call

friends and relatives. Mr. Law- To A Hog ly with Purina Disinfectant solu- i' BILLY JACKSON

I hon was 80 and Mrs. Lawhon 85. tiOL. Small Appliance Repair -
Brooker PTA sponsored a dinner I Sanitize Water. Keep Purina I General Machine Work Phone 165
i Chek-R-Tabs in water
I for the Cattlemen's Assn. in the I drinking

II I 'school cafeteria recently. Thanks i for first month as a safeguard ]I I RADIOS REPAIREDAll

[lor the cooperation of the PTA I against common disease germs. All Work Guaranteed Make All lIodel.lteaH.able .
charge. .
[members who helped out, and to, Use 4 tabs per gallon of water. Reasonable Rates CHA9. C. SHEPHERD m.raateed

I those who donated things -I i M: _W. Pall lit. Stark p,. Z3t I
!especially. E. Bigham who gave GOOD WATCHES NOW ft down
Jct'.J i the chickens. \ RED SEAL at Dahmer's tfchBT
91 Rev. and Mrs. Stallings are .... :. While most poultrymen are
="\ I FOR SALE-Fancy-leaved
I t.Q.I spending a few days in Miami. convinced it pays to get chicks ELECTRIC & MACHINE i.uibH, SOc ea. at Carradine's Caladium U. 6.

; The W. E. Bighams spent last off to a good start. too many fail SHOPF. :301 1 mi. south of Lawtey

I weekend in Georgia.We to follow through with an equally 9tchg 5/7

1j I Loans For CitizensOf regret to lose the H. S. Time may mean nothing to a good growing program. W. CRAUDON WILL DO FLATWORK wash Iron,
starch for $3.50 per week. Want
Starke And Andersons who have moved to hog, but it's certainly meaningful Skimping on.a growing ration I Owuer, Manager regular work. Do good work,

their new home on N. W. 14th St. I to the hog man. Speaking of is like throwing good Will pick-up and deliver Write,
I 106 Washington St.-Phone 397 give name, address and time to
Trading Area in Gainesville. time, have you heard the gooa away. You'll never know how pick-up Monday's. Mrs. E do

-, I Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Dyal and ,I comments going around about well your chicks might do unless Starke, Fla. Starke.Bradford County Telegraph ztp 4/8,

''I Marion Finance Co. of Gainesville son, Lavern and Mrs. Rosa Pin- the Purina Hog Plan for 1955: and you grow them right. FOR !'ALF.-Two story building 3d

\ / ', S I offers the people of Starke their ;holster: recently visited F. F. Ritch- Its new product Baby Pig Purina Research has started See x 60.L.cor I).X Green Walnut phone and 296-W-2.10th Sin. I THREE front appro LOTS FOR 300 ft.SALE deep.-225 Eastside ft

!famous loan plans. These plans are field and the Roy McDavids in Chow? over 2,000,000 chicks to develop tchg 4/15 St Clair St City sewerage' ; ,
r : street being paved. See Glenn
: designed to help worthy working
Gainesville.Mr. Folks are making its Growing Chows. All this research Duke or phone 95. tfchg
.c -, t people of alll walks of life. .The I and Mrs. M. M. Gano and say faster than ever withPurina has developed formulas SARATOGA HEIGHTS,
good gains FOR RE'iT-Three bd room fully
__ GET ACQUAINTED" $23.00 or1, family of St. Augustine were Baby Pig Chow. It's a that grow ''big, hardy pullets at Starke. Florida furnished home at Kingsley Lake
k' ., __ I 50.00 PAYDAY Loan or the more I weekend guests of the R. F. very low cost. We'll be glad to b> weekend week or munth. Two
____ BUDGET Loan. This new taste discovery bed room unfurnished home and
popular I Ganos. show you just about what it will lrIic out beautiful V.qat Madl- 4 acres acres of land IK miles ofStarke
$ consolidates the blUOiou Pura-Fat and Pura-Sweet, plus zen Slrrrt to .'rpaUt'D. <<' and
r (now hue into a many ONE payment I) Mrs. Emma Lamoreaux of Lake all other known ingredients to cost to grow a pullet I.nrRr MICH turn right.. ; in partly Starke.furnished A. J. Thomas apartments -

ii ___ \ plan nith One place to owe. This !' Geneva visited the L. L. Dyalson keep pigs eating and gaining. Get this information before Now Showing Phone Fla. S8I. J5 Temple Ave, Starke.
I Wednesday of last week. your chicks have eaten an aver- 3 BED ROOM MODERN
one plan may save you up to 50 !! Start creep feeding Baby Pig
:Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Sandburgof age of 2 Ibs. of Chick Startena HOMES FOR RENT-Nicely furnished three
per cent of what you are now i, Chow by the time pigs are 7 days or more rooms apartment for
I so you can them to the
'payinj Why not call Marion Wayzata, Minn and Hunt Some need it even Adults. Ele. kitchen. shade. over
: old.
] pigs may Trrmn to Artrrann, S10OOO rrmm
proper Growing Chow without apartment a1day.. lawn. For
"_ I Finance today at 5333 Gainesville I|I Moore of Memphis, Tenn. have sooner, if the sow is a poor milkdelay.. % >our bouHr, '::0.00 upon Sale Duilding Lots $300 to

I '--- I )'I'P'? Call us collect and let i,1 been visiting Mr. and Mrs. George er. Feed only one 50-lb. bag per rloftinic.moir in.and Klertrlnl TUB and rear appliaarea family Clark.WO. size Rt. 100 1, Box x 440.200. Descent Mrs. L.Kd.M,

CONDUCTED BY Marion Finance solve those Money :,Goedhart. litter then switch to Purina HEALTH HINTS optional nlih purchaser at DO ad'dltlonal left of Call St. bridge, 1

'roMems with one of those fast !i! Mrs. Aubrey Hazen and son, Pig Startena to keep 'em gainingfast. *down likr rrnt.pay mm t. Monthlyparmrnt mile.tfchg

helpful Loans Remember the Neal, and Mrs. Flora Green of' .
EVANGELIST M. D. GARRETTFrom In you want a homr Ce.tral FOR RENT-Four room furnished
pa)IDt"nt plan is made to fit your|;: Gainesville spent Wednesday of I Florida's 'utul growing CIt)' house. 301 S. Water St. ltp

Tenn. budget. I last week in Jacksonville. I Feed this program: and wean CALL PIANO FOR SALE-Baldwin Spinet
Del Rio Texas and Chattanooga, litter to
one get weight equal
Mrs. 'Oliver Hayes of Gainesville taken in trade on organ. Save

George: Ellis the friendly manager ;i! spent this week with the! two average litters. Ask for a A. J. THOMAS conditioned$300 on this piano.two year May old be, seen new

You have heard him on the Radio from Del at Marion Finance welcomes you;i Guy Harrells. I sample of Baby Pig Chow at our in Starke by writing your Knabe,
to inquire into the Loans offer by REALTOR Story & Clark, Wurlitzer Dealer:
|: We are glad to report that Wil- ,
Grid ley Music Inc. 1025 W. tnlw.rslty. -
this Loan Company Remember ::::s Temple Avf. Telephone 383
and Hear him in ;i liam Fowler of Hampton, formerly! store.Chick Phone 2-4032. GaInesvIlle
Rio Tex. Now See person '
also that this is another business ::j Management StarLe. Florida Fla. 2tchg 415I
jof i Brooker. has returned home
transaction which Is confidential.ts .
'after serving overseas. I WILL DO YOUR LAUNDRY in my
CHARGE OF just between the borrower and Starting. Keep chicks in a FOR HEXT-Flva room unfurnished home. Will pick up Mondays, deliver -
HEY DR. :MILTON DUKES IN | Ralph Sears of Cassadaga, N. Y., house on South Street In Starke.A. completely finished all for
the Lender The cost Is small.j brooder until 5 weeks old longer -
I who spends his winters in Miami J. Thomas Telephone 383 325 $3.50 per week Want regnlar
MUSIC AND SINGING For instance $:>0.00 for 30 days Isonly if weather is cold. Temple Avenue.. Starke. Fla. It work, do nice work. Write Mrs.
visited the H. Waits Sunday. <',.
j F. Bradford County Telegraph
$1.75 Interest cost .
Other i Frances Barry, who has been in Feeding. Simply keep Purina ItS easy to kill house flies, FOR RENT-Desirable 5 room housein Starke. Give name address timeto
plans are in proportion So good condition. Living room n'fknn after Monday.. Itp
PUBLIC INVITED for next needs ; the hospital: is back home and Chick Startena before chicks at country or city breed, the Purinaall two bedrooms kitchen. bath, hot i
your money see feeling better. times. Allow 2 Ibs. per chick. way with Home Aero-Spray. Juslpress water screened back porch. Partially FOR RENT-One bedroom apartment -
Iarion Finance at Gainesville. j furnished. On corner lot downstairs. Corner t
Service each Night at 7:30 i I Carol Cox and Sandra Mott of Then change to a Purina Growing the top valve and presto adjoining School ground. Available and Washington Ste. Call 11111. Up .

:|Gainesville were guests at the ration. they turn up their heels and die. after April 11, ISO per mo.
Marion Finance
SUNDAY AFTERNOON 2:30 P.M.LocatedNext i Wait home last weekend. Sanitation. Extra care is well All fooling aside, It's a good prod I "hnnp 137. Itchi FOR t'nttue.ith RENT-Five elftric room kitchen furnished on !I

Company Inc. We are certainly glad to hear worth its cost in helping keep liv- uct. Try It Today! WATER FRONT LOTS Crystal Kingsley Lake, Except month of 1
Lake. Guy Andrews, owner Jun. by week or month. :Mrs. E.
To Martin's Fruit Stand on 301, Across 218 West University A\e (that Miss Lubedia Pinholster is !I Phone Starke 383; Keystone T Dowlinp 537 W. Call St., I
i I home from Canada and we are JIM CHASTEEN I Heights 3636. tf Phone m-J. ltehg
Over The Gainesville Ga Co.
from Temple Motor Court in Starke really happy to see her. I FOR RENT-Five room furnished FOR SALE New three bedroom I
Phone 5333 I. Arthur Kelly, son of Mr. and< f. II . house newly painted inside and home along lake near' Keystone
I e 0 = .m a m D U m Bd ; out. Two large bedrooms Mar- Heights Phone lOS Dr. Bollin-
I- Mrs. C. S. Kelly, has been dis ,
2.525S"2. 5 i u." Fruit Shop. Temple Ave. Itp I ger. Itp

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