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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 15, 1955
Publication Date: 1888-
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Starke's first proposed Zoning temporary six-month loan of

I; i Ordinance will be considered by, I:200,000 pledged with utility rev- L

:he City Council in a pubilc'hear-' flue certificates was authorized :

; i ing during a regular meeting next 1*>IY the Starke City Council in a _

___ T:2. Tuesday night, April 19, at thej5: pedal meeting Wednesday night I _

15 : 'ity hall. After consideration of'',
4LAt :.he ordinance and any necessary': :Hdmance drawn up for that pur- ,

4 :hanges made, the Council may: i)O?e.

adopt it, and upon signatures it'' The ordinance declared that due fr ;

I tIi will tocome the law, effective im1! 1:0: the unprecedented growth of

i mediately. \1 Starke it is imperative that addi- :

A map showing the zoned districts :,<:onal: generating equipment be ..

whether for commercial i! i installed in the city light plant ;_ _

industrial, or residential is on display ::ind that the equipment be pur-
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at the city hall. With some I'ehased from the City of New ; ::1 .! 4 _
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i exceptions, it classifies most prop- .Bern, N. C., and put into opera- .. fr ( ; .
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L. I jerty bordering on through high- ':'/lion as soon as possible.

_----- .ways... such as 301.. 100.. and IB as', Although the ordinance was
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commercial. An area east of 301 passed, it was urged that an effort

'THAT'S THE GUN'i find north of 11th Street, on both be made to increase the loan to

i I sides' of the, Seaboard Air Line the amount of $250,000 in order

RUTH IIEKC.UX ST.XFFA points to Jiny gun. held in the palm of Railroad, and also a block on ,that enough money bs available Ollie Pick told his 14-year-old feet and sheared off a long SCENE OF TI .\GI(' irCIDKXT is shown above as raker pulls

Union County Sheriff John \\Vhitehead' hand, which was used to slay I I'Orange Street, south of the J. G.\\after purchase of the generating:'daughter Olyne Evelyn that he section of wire fence alongan demolished automobile from ditch. Inset shows Oljne Pick, 15-ear-

Alvarez Addition, is zoned light equipment to pay for the cost of would call for her at the USO adjoining field, and com old school girl who lost her life in the mishap.
Assistant Superintendent J. G. Godwin at the State Prison last week.Man I
I industrial. All other areas in transporting the equipment. plus ;i bnid.ng! : after the baseball game ing to rest, right side up in the

at left is Ruth's hushand Raymond Staffa. who says he purchased ,:I Starke are zoned residential. j!I he erection r' a building, and installation last Friday night. According to;. inadside ditch. Olyne's body.
to be held in connection made.
custody in
the from a dealer in :\llamLIrs.: Staffa has confessed to j
Run Copies of the proposed Zoning of the generators.It { plan he left his rented home on I broke through the lear window !:
smuggling the gun into the prison on ",'b. 20 where it got into the i Ordinance are also available for was brought out in a dis- I' the Sante Fe ranch southeast of I II and was thrown over a barbed with the accident..arrant Funeral services for Ol>ne werecharging
( \ : him with "permitting an held Tuesday in the State
hands of her ex-husband. George Heroux Jr., who used it to kill Godwin russion of the matter that City jStaike about 9 o'clock and went wire fence against a tree stump Hiway
at the hall.
public inspection
city I t unauthorized person to drive acar" Baptist Church Tampa. of which
in an attempted prison break. The Staffas! will likely be tried on I Briefly the ordinance regulates Attorney Arch Thomas Jr. had I to the appointed place to wait for fome 50; feet from the car. Death was issued by County Judge ,h! was a member. Interment

"aiding" charges at the spring term of circuit court in Union other the ;ead the ordinance and found it the attractive brown-haired 9th was instantaneous.The .
things, size i
anong type
; IT A. Yawn upon affidavit of was in the family plot in theGarden
County! when lI..rol1"Ill face grand jury' Investigation for murder.I1eroux' .and location of all new buildings, 'Acceptable to the City. I 1 grade student. I other occupants of the car .Deputy Brown and bond was set I of Memories Cemplt'r

father a winter resident of Silver Lake, was released from with the objective of controllingthe Bond Trustee Titus Olson When she did not appear he escaped with i-uts and bruises. 'at $500. Jones also: did not have there. DeWitt C. Jones was in

jail in Starke last Sunday .after being questioned! in connection with growth of the city and protect 'recommended to the Council that became anxious. and as the area I Deputy Sheriff Fate Brown and I a driver's license. charge of arrangements.

the ra.se. Investigation is continuing in an effort to discover who delivered ing the economic and cultural interests ;t give some additional study to around the USO became darkened State Trooper Carlos Musgrove I Judge Yawn said that, although Pallbearers were 9th grade
he method of installingthe and deserted his fears mounted I investigated the accident and took
the gun to Heroux after he was placed in the "isolation" cell. of its citizens. proposed a death resulted from the accident classmates of the girl: Joey Hill.
additional equipment, with the and he knew the frantic worry ,statements; from the survivors.
The ordinance provides for a and the driver of the car had no I Allen Mann. Leslie Libby. Gerald
I view that a more feasible plan that comes to every parent at a Brown and Charles Schmitt, of
five-member Board of
adjustment 'I license the only charge possible Norman, Lonzo Kirkland, and Ver-
to be appointed by the City Council -I might be worked out. 'time like that. I Jones Funeral Home, went to the under existing law was the one "mon Rhoden.

Polio Shots To Begin Here April 21 ; which will hear and act upon Earlier in the meeting. a plat of I Olyne and a 9th grade class-I Pick residence to notify the par-

I I any appeals when an alleged error -I Unit 2 of Saratoga Heights for 34 I mate, Nancy Beidley, who lives on 'ents of the tragedy. I

has been made by an admini- :lots was presented to the Council i Silver Lake,' had been brought to! There they learned that Mr. Strawberry Demand Exceeds Supply I

New Vaccine Declared Successful"The strative official, subject to final I.hv Arch Thomas Sr. on behalf of I Starke earlier in the evening by|I Pick had gone to Starke to meet :

:Demetree Builders. The Council Nancy's sister and left at the ball Olyne. and a short time later they
approval by the City Council. I With demand far exceeding the I The grading on the berries this
The Ordinance also in Sectbn accepted the plat. nark where they were supposed I railed Rroward Akndge. who located supply, strawberry growers sold week varied greatly. largely be-
crippling terror of polio i 1st grade to attend the Instead, however ;
; I game. the father and took him to
Violation and Penalities sets
.25 (!1.207 crates at prices ranging from cause some poorer quality Mission-
may soon be a thing of the past," 9:30 a.m. Starke Elementary, I the girls walked off down I the funeral home.
forth what constitutes and stipu-I I| 6.90 to $11.50 (average $8.84) fora ary fruit was placed on the mar-
Dr. A. y Covington director of 2nd grade; ISoya Bean Mill town and at a supermarket on The girl was born in Bradentonand '
lates a fine of not less than $5 total of $10,673.29 at the Starke ket. Some representative gradesare
the Bradford County Health Dept.. 10:30: a.m. Law ey (white); South Walnut St. they met a 15- moved here last year with her
i or more than $50, or imprisonmentfor ,I i Farmers Market during the past as follows: 5.0.00. 82 2 2-
stated this week concerning the Brooker (white1'!; Hampton year-old boy Walter Young, who parents. Her father is a road con-
not 30 both for! week. Total from berriesso ..
I over days, or revenue 6-3 0.2, 3.0-0-0, and 0300.
announcement made of the 80 to (white) Heilbronn (white); Clay I JuneA knew the girls at school, and I struction worker, and the family
I each offense. Ready By far this season is $36,505.87, A buyer stated that the Louisi-
90 per cent effectiveness of the Hill (white); I Charles E. Jones, 29, who has been I lived on South Street before mov-
All interested persons are invit- !i which is less than half the total at rna area is shipping quite a few
new Salk vaccine."It 11:30 a.m. Hampton (colored); employed as a body and fender i"ing to the Santa Fe ranch proper-
ed to appear and be heard at the 'the same time last year. berries, but that the quality is only
looks mighty encouraging, Lincoln City (colored); Lawtey new plant, equipped to crush man at a garage near Starke. I tv. Besides her parents she issurvived
all "You'll
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April meeting. on any or I never see any prettier fair. He also said that North Ca-
and when the vaccine is developed (colored3; Water Oak (colored); : soya beans, is under construction After some conversation, the by a brother, Ronald and
phases of the zoning ordinance. I berries than those brought in here rolina is expected to begin
further, polio may be reduced to Reno, Starke (colored). i by the Southern Oil & Chemical four got into Jones' 1949 Ford two sisters, Helen. and Donna[ pro-
said
this week" ,
early one buyer duction about May 1.
the same category as smallpox and The children will be transportedin I Co. at Brooker and is now about and drove. toward Keystone Jean. i of

yellow fever, both former killers school buses to the Health Dept. C 01 C ,WorkersTo 70 per cent complete it was an- Heights on Highway 100. Al- Jones, who has been living with!Uhem.!"but :there- just aren'tenough- According to statmenta made

but now controlled by)immunization. Three immunization. teams will nounced this week 'by George though she had no driver's license az\ uncle in Hampton. was taken frequently on the market platform
added. I r administer the vaccine. Confer at the wheel. About Sheriff P. D. Reddish j N. C. Coleman of Griffis Loop
Dr. Covington I Assistingwill MondayAt Goedhart. vice president of the Nancy was into custody by most berry growers are planningto
"In a period of years polio will be Drs. T. G. Ritch. Pete G. company.The eight miles south of Starke she and placed in the county jail picked 53 crates Monday, and he "
90" berries
be controlled through mass immunization Felos, A. J. Barry. and also Dr.! Parish House new plant is scheduled to, swung; out to pass a car driven Friday night. He is married and |reported that his patch looks fine. have the almost exclusively -

to the point of where Covington and staff nurses from II be ready for operation by June 1, by a Daytona Beach man. Drivingat the father of three children. IJ.' B. Gaskins, from the Lawtey next year. They say that

there will be only a few cases," he Clay and Bradford Counties. I! All members of the educational- in plenty of time to crush the a speed of 75-80 m.p.h., she After complaining of injuries 'area sold 22 crates Wednesday, the Florida 90 is producing better

added. The doctors request that pa-I financial effort in behalf of the I soya bean crop in October and swung too wide and the car wheels Monday Jones was carried to the 'and reported that he controlled fruit, and more of it, than the old

Following a planning' meeting of I tients do not call at their officeson I Chamber of Commerce will meet November Mr. Goedhart said. The I'dug into a 20-inch mound of loose Veteran's Hospital at Lake City, I jthrip in his patch by dusting with time favorite, the Missionary

local doctors health department the mornings when the vaccineis ,in the parish house of the Episcopal initial daily crushing capacity of I earth on the side of the road, with the understanding that he was, Lindane and sulphur. |strain.

staff, school officials, etc., held being given except in case of Church Monday night at 7:30 the.mill will be 3,000 bushels, and !where construction work is in.I

Monday night, Dr. Covington announced emergency.Dr. lo.'clock. This announcement was the initial storage capacity will be I progress. Nancy reportedly threw I Students Show Talent In Painting Classroom Murals I

that the Salk vaccine- Covington said that if the!made following a meeting of the 65,000 bushels of soya beans. I her hands over her eyes as the

will be administered to 629 first vaccine is not received in time, t officers and directors of the Chamber The plant is located on the site,: I car went out of control. As its project for the year. the ._ -

and second grade Bradford County the announced schedule will be Tuesday afternoon. of the tung nut crushing mil] I The car rolled over six or seven 1\\ 10th grade biology class at Brad

school children, as follows: changed to one week later. I Refreshments will be served, which burned several months ago: i times. for a distance of 165 ford High School turned its talents I

There will be two doses given; He said that only those children' !compliments of Herb Thomas. I The announcement of the new toward creative painting and has ,

the first on April 21, and the second will be given the vaccine whose! Chamber President Jerry Gay says, plant is of special interest to farmers 'Motel Group done a very creditable job with a .. .\_.. o'r"

on May 12. parents signed the consent slips. I.(however, that there will be some and livestock feeders in this !;I series of murals on the biology 4!- ; '.'I'''t: 11 ...,, ..-'".'.. .
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They will be given at the Health There were two cases of polio in 1 I :very important business, as well as area since it will make possible for, Told Toll Road i classroom'a11s.. \.: ,

Dept. on the following schedule: Bradford County last year. accord' a social hour. .farmers a new cash crop:: and will I II i Joe Harden. spokesman for the I '

8:45: a.m. Starke Elementary, ing to the health department.I I i! A review of the past three weeks I provide livestock owners badly- I Be BeatenAn I class tells about it: I II -- .
May I
of intensive work to interpret the I i needed high protein meal. II I II '' "We were sitting around and ,

program and objectives of the I I Around 35,000 acres of soya' 'I' someone said, 'Let's paint a pic ,

Guardsmen Will Get Surprise AlertIn I Chamber as well as to finance the I I beans were planted in Florida im! encouraging report on the inland ture', so we got up a committee I Ii _
that the proposed
possibility -
expanded will be given. 1954, and so far in 1955 the expected .
I program road be de- and everyone decided what we II i : : :
toll :
route may
:i Plans for a complete "follow '' planting based on U. S. j I wanted, SQ we drew it in a note- I

Nationwide Test Coming SoonThe 'lit up" on the drive will be outlined. I'Department 000 acres. estimates total 42- |teated.the was Bradford given by County Carl Motor Johnsto book at first." I

is hoped that the next few days
Three
., Information seeds Court Association at a regular scenes depict prehistoric
will see at least 100 subscribers on variety of
new
the Dixie times, while three others give a''
Tuesday noon at
National Guard unit. alarm when the best suited for planting can be meeting '
local : alert is sounded added to the Chamber membership -I portrayal of what things will belike :i.
Restaurant.
Hq. & Hq. Co.. 124th Inf., will take ,and we will appreciate the cooperation constituting an organized !obtained from the County Agentor Johns the report for a a million years from now.

part in a nationwide one-day test I of everyone in preventing|.force of more than 150 business from the Agricultural gave of Guy Andrews, Class members bought and paid .
consisting :
alert of all Army and Air Na- I any confusion that ment Station in EXperi-1 group '
unnecessary :and professional men and women
and him- for the materials and put some :
C. L. Scholl, : :
Gay
tional Guard units to be held sometime might interfere with the men get- }speaking for the growth and development Soya benas are supported Jerry Tallahassee 235 hours into the project. ShepM .
to -
self who made a trip
I Conservation and Stabilization department ,
month. In order to ting to the
this armory as soon as pos- of Bradford County. ,
Faber is the biology teacher.
to attend a session -
achieve maximum training and sible." of the USDA at 70, per Monday night in front of the attractive mural "artists"
"The Easter season has prevented the House Public Roads Not to be outdone, the Spanish Standing they painted are
fully test the alert plans of all Although some states have held completion of all the calls scheduled cent of parity. This assures growers of Committee which class is busy with a similar project Joe Harden, Bobbie Jean Oakes Nancy Bates, Martha Van Landing-

units, the exact date and time of I test alerts in the past, this Opera-I j under the campaign organization i- a good price for the crop. Mr. and heard Highways arguments and con on in its room, under the direc- ham Jerome Edwards. Faye Hudson, Biology Instructor Faver,
the alert will be kept secret. tion Minuteman will be the first! ," said Mr. "But Goedhart says that the Brooker pro 1 I Andrews
I Gay. we the full length toll road. He said tion of teacher Louis Juster. The Blanche Henry Richarde:, and Brian Kucera.
and
The alert signal for the local time in history that practically the;I believe that there is a more complete plant stands ready to accept the I 1 walls have been painted with
who against
unit will be five short blasts on the entire National Guard has been } understanding of the place I pay growers cash for their soya toll that road those did an spoke effective job. Bistel' shades for a background one scene withthe 21 flags of and others with the Lord's Prayer,

whistle at the city light plant.' mobilized at one time. All unitsof and importance of the Chamber in I beans. protein Later the same group had din- and the plan is to decorate the South America, another with the' and a popular song, both in
high
"High quality and
When that is sounded, all members the National Guard were ordered our scheme of progress," the at with Rep. Doyle Conner who walls with murals consisting of I pledge of allegiance in Spanish, Spanish.
available ner I
meal will be made
into
will be expected Federal service during the
of the company emphasized in urging all :

to assemble with full I I year prior to Pearl Harbor but :president interested persons to meet with beans mill wholesale we crush,prices" Mr. to Goedhart those said bility that that there the bill was would a strong be possi-voted Jones GroceryIs Fined For Selling \I(Credit Union Votes
Starke they entered service in increments
equipment at the armory I:|him Monday night. I .down in the House. Beer On Fo Include
a* soon as possible. It is hoped I and were not mobilized on a single :'i said.Soya Association discussed the BurglarizedFor Sunday :1' HighlandMembers
bean plantings can follow The I
be
that the entire company will day.The cab- : of having sign at Second TimeFor I with beer ; of the Trail
assembled within at least two co-ordination order will McGriff Mercury I such vegetables as potatoes, advantages a Charged selling on < Ridge
lettuce, watermelons, etc., Callahan I directing traffic along I: Sunday a colored woman who ,!(redit Union met Wednesday
hours. Many of the men are expected come directly from the Chief of the!Invites Public bage the second time within four II
National I and a can be made withoutthe [Highway 301, and decided to in- I operates a beer establishment was \!ifternoon and voted to amend the
within 15 or 20 Guard Bureau, in the crop
minutes.to report Pentagon and will be passed on to For Demonstration use of fertilizer. Planting can'vestigate I the idea further. I weeks, Jones Grocery Store, located -,!!I fined $25 and costs by Mayor J. R. :!jl ay-laws of the organization to admit

the local company through the be done in May or June. or even on Highway 301 about one mile Wainwright I Monday at police:i iI employees of the new Highland 1

The alert will be and known the as- Adjutant General's office in St. McGriff Mercury Motors which as late as July, and the beans I Rotarians Support I south of Lawtey, was burgalrized I I court. The Mayor admonished the!11' plant to membership.The .

Operation Minuteman purpose andefficiency Augustine. Nearly 400.000 Na-has( just opened on the corner of I make an excellent cover crop, as' early Saturday morning, according ;'j woman that any repetition of the amendment will have to be
is to evaluate the speed Court and Jefferson Streets inStarke. cash Summer ProgramAt I.ipproved by the State Comptrollerin
tional Guardsmen will well as providing a profitable I II !
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with which all Guard participate.The to Sheriff P. D. Riddish.L. offense would result in her losing
invites the in to |I Tallahassee before it
public I becomes
Units could be pressed into servicein Florida (Army and Air) National t see the new 1955 Mercury."We I crop. Oil & Chemical Co. BHS Playground E. "Jack" Jones, proprietor,her! license. j I.,.ffective. This should require
"Southern
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the event of an actual emer Guard has increased its I hundred dollars i A number of found ibout
invite you to ask for a will be happy to discuss soya bean A film entitled "The Great aid that several Ii i t persons j ten days.
i i
1encThe test will be held strength by 34 per cent in the demonstration and to behindLhe of drunk Walter Frick, of the t
president
I get planting with our farmers ana Adventure," depicting the history of foodstuffs and cigarettes were guilty being were fined t
simultaneously throughout the u.\\past year and now has nearly''I I wheel this Mer-i: '.rganization, conducted Wednes-
of powerful
1- I ;grill arrange for visits with growers and achievements of Rotary since stolen. The Sheriff investigated $25, while one with a record of;

_..._ S. and its Territories. 1 7.500 officers and men prepared 'rury :Motor," says G. J. McGriff'1 in this area who have successfully -lits founding 50 years ago, was obtained several sets of finger- several similar offenses, was given!I day's meeting.
and
_ At the present time the local for any call that the Federal or ,1 who r>9* been in the automobile : grown this crop in the past." shown at the Rotary Club Wed-. I a sentence of 10 ''i

_- company has 79 enlisted men and I State government make. The ,1 business for 33 years. He claims I:Mr. Goedhart said. "Just contactus nesday. prints. days. !I Three-Way CrashAn

10 officers. This is just two men may ,II lhat the new Mercury "out pef-i: will give you full information ,;
and one officer short of its autho- Florida Air National Guard ranks ,forms any car in its price field." and we on planting and making I Club President A. J. Thomas Sr. ,Vernon Silcox Gets iJaycees Sponsor accident involving three cars I

third in the U. S. for recruiting: McGriff Motors has its announced that the board of direc-
rized on
strength."We now he added. last Friday night on Highway
I Ii I
& crop Carwash
AwardVernon
feel that these alerts will I authorized strength, while the I:showroom floor six new 1955 Mer- tors took the following action at :Insurance {Operation 301 about two miles south of t

show the citizens of the United Army National Guard has climbed i curys in all different colors and School Gets Gift its meeting :Monday night in regard D. Silcox agency repre-To i Raise Funds I jI Lawtey resulted in considerable I

States that the National Guard is seventh body designs. "We're? ready to to the new summer programof I "damage to the cars and a charge of t
to place thet8
I a large. vigorous organization that among I trade with you and will give the Of ElectronicAnd activities at Bradford High sentative of the Life Insurance I' The Starke Jaycees will launch I reckless driving against an Ohio

has successfully -met all of the states. |\ery best trade-in possible on your Company of Georgia in the Starke their spring fund-raising Cam- motorist. I

training requirements set by the I present car" states :McGriff.D. Radio SurplusA School: "It was moved and adopted area, has been designated as a paign this Saturday with an I Ralph M. Evans, Ohio along |

Departments of the Army and Air Dr. LeClerc Honored A Monteith who recently that we endorse and approve .("Operation Carwash."
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gift of surplus electronic and : delegate to the company's convention with two passengers. was driving [
Force said Lt. Randal F. Chitty. I moved back to Starke from Eustis, radio material worth about $30,000 i this as an annual project and will in St. Petersburg April'!, Wash teams will. form at the north when he ran into the rear i!
company commander of the local Dr. J. A. LeClerc of Kingsley is general manager of the. new I board of armory and owners bring
I when new from F. B. Beard of the donate what monies the may end of another car driven by j
Headquarters unit. Lake was honored at the national company and he also invites his 20-23. their cars to have them washed
State Improvement Commission. : directors decide upon. It is also .Frank Bell, colored. Lawtey, caus- \i
I "We are very proud of the fact meeting of the American Chemical I I friends to come in and see the new Bradford High School Mr. Silcox won the distinction I any time between 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. ing that vehicle to swerve into Ii \
1:to the requested and urged that all members -
that our company rated Superior Society in Cineinatti Ohio last Mercury. i was reported through outstanding results in l The charge will be $1 per car. i the southbound lane and strike \
I in its recent armory Inspectionand week. A former Chief of the "You will have a big surprise, Science Department of this club and other citizensof Owners who will not be able to i
''this week by Charles S. Partin, sales and service to policyholders i j the car operated by Earl C. Pad- j
I am sure that every man and Cereal Laboratory of the Bureau coming to you when you get behind 'Principal BHS. Bradford County, who are in- I'in 1954. He won the privilege oi t bring I their cars to the armory are gett, Highland. |

officer in the unit will do his utmost of Agricultural Chemistry and, the wheel of the super torque. will be invalu- terested in the development and taking his wife to the meeting j'!requested to call Tom Casey at Evans' car is being held by j jSheriffs

I to see that the test alert is Engineering. Dr. LeClerc was 193 horsepower engine with dual The equipment I well of the children of the I through membership in the LifE>',phone 19 and a team will pick up office; Evans posted a !i
in
being
members of the societywho exhausts, Monteith able, Partin said, teaching
a success here, Lt. Chitty con- among 35 I says. ( Georgia's President's Club. th> !the car, wash it. and deliver iti. bond of $100 on the reckless driv- ;
science: electricity, and allied subjects county, contribute to this worthy of
tinut d. "We would like to assure received 50-year membership!I I The public is invited to phone when finished. charge.
I I t Icause." company's top honor organization i. ing
447 and ask for demonstration.
the public that there is no need for certificates. a
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editorialBradford .' FOR CIGARETTE HIGHERl BAYLESS HI1VAY\ :lildren Mr. and i

PER 100,000 d ly with r"h "
By Anna Ruth Crosby Mrs. I 0 F F ;I
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.. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Fuqua So.:in. i

1955 LegislatureThe n 27 are home from Camp Lejeune at is i getting a capsule! #
Jacksonville N. C. where Kenneth
his t
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off I
1955 Legislature got NONSMOKERS has been stationed while in the J
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to a'fine start, at least so far as Marines. He has received his discharge 0- STORES
Bradford County i is concerned, and they plan to make their : ii i

,, r when the House of Representatives (I. home in Starke. _- -
elected Doyle Conner as its 33 I.I Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ward and I

speaker-designate for the 1957 I family of Ft. Myers were Sunday

'11 session. AND REGULAR CIGAR SMOKERS PIPE ..... guests of the W. C. Wards. l llJ BB'1' I

J In this instance (to paraphrase Mr and Mrs. Neil Crosby of j

'7 a statement by "Charlie" Oklahoma City. Okla. are visitinghis

Wilson), we firmly believe that iiiiim parents, the Rufus Crosbys. PRESENTS FIRST SHOWINGSUN.

s, "What's good for Bradford _------ Sunday dinner guests at the O. 1

County is good for the State of OF ...i I R. Alvarez home included Mr. and MON. and TUES.
APRIL
Florida" Representative (Con- CIGARETTES PER DAY Mrs. J. L. Alvarez, Mr. and Mrs. 17, 18, 19

ner is a young man of ability and tl Lavon Alvarez of Orlando, and No Advance In Admission
himself in I Mrs. Duke DuBose of Jacksonville.Mr. .
integrity, and has already proved iiiiiiiii
and Mrs. John Kenny returned -
serving with distinction in many official capacities t
from wedding
Monday their
on the county, state, and national level. r
Mrs. will be
trip. Kenny re-
Just how far the political star of this young 1 PACK OF CIGARETTES 239 membered as Miss Alice Reddish. f\

Bradford Countian will rise is a matter of speculation AND OVER PER DAY .. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hutchinson -
of course, but the fact that he has come American Cancer Society Study on deaths occurring during 20 months, and Aaron Hutchinson of

go far while many his age are just getting a start, among 187,766 men, aged 50 to 70 Gainesville were supper guests of .

would indicate that "the sky's the limit." As a the Clarence Hutchinson one

sample of \\hat observers are thinking and say night last week.

ing, Jim Massey made this comment in his Satur- Farmer's DiaryBy Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Ward and

day column in the Jacksonville Journal: Mrs. Freddie Watterson attendedthe

"In the not too distant future Florida again Sam funeral of George Jordan in
McGarveythe Alma Ga. last Wednesday. Mr.
may have a governor from Starke. That person
could be Doyle E. Conner, the 1957 Speaker- Jordan was a resident of our
community at one time. We extend -
designate of the Florida House of Representatives. plants were distributed.We sympathy to the family.Mr. ,
Conner, only 26, gained recognition when also used the irrigation system : and Mrs. A. C. Ellis made a 4 s ftcf{shs +okl (tfR ; .A

he served as president of the Florida Future on the small planting of tomatoes trip to Texas last week to carry
Farmers of America in 1946-47 and the next year we set out last week. That

was national president of the farm youth organization. same afternoon we had a rain, so .

Conner will be 28 when he takes over the quick like a .bunny, Sam went ,t

speaker hip and this is believed to be the young over and turned the irrigation off 0 \ ;

est age of any speaker The late Dan MoCarty for it looked sort of silly to be ., ...a ...f..r.-.. + f 1

was 29 when he served as speaker Well we almost hit the $2 turnip watering a rain.anything However in, later the middleof when ,'' P There will be a new joy in the land...

market, but not quite. We we examined the soil in the field 1'a new glow inside you ..a new smile on your lips
thinned out our patch, got 12 1-2 we found that the rain didn't
do
r. as become part of the beloved book
you
dozen and went on the Jacksonville much good, but where we had

Market on Friday night. We watered the soil was good and that topped the nations best-seller lists for 128 weeks.It
oCONNEII tried to get $2 for our turnips, damp. -
but when the sun came up we could only hare been written

till had 12 dozen so we sold After we finished picking berries l by the roman ,ho loved him! w

all tut a few to stores on the way one day this week, we turned 1
home at $1.25. So we got $14.13 the water on the berry patch, and 1 ,
tor our work, less the cost of did the job in record time. The '

picking, gas and. oil, etc. one drawback to a small system h "/ never thought much

y e eAt like ours is that you have to move a. i about being a girl until "
the market we enjoyed meet- the pipe frequently but we are

ing and talking to Ervin Moseley, getting faster at it all the time. 00.."'".. I learned from a man

Aaron Sumner, Harold Starling, Now we move the lateral line lam what a wonderful thing
Mary Johns, and Clyde Wyatt. over 40 feet, put 2 gallons of
gas
"
; They all had turnips, too, and in the engine, start it up. and go 1100close and watch it is to be a tComanl
AIMED HIGH( EARLY tried to hold the price up, but off and do some other work. And The lady fall < I

some trucker had a big load of it is a great feeling to look and
For all the things
Even at this early stage Conner's career
rather poor stuff, and he dumped see the water sprinkling the rrir
should be an inspiration, as well as an object then on the maket at $1.25 and berry patch. on That we install. :

lesson, to young men who often seem to lack that hurt. SOur Richard TODD

direction and decision in choosing their life work. thanks to W. T. Richards.

Conner's success shows clearly what can be accomplished As usual the talk got aroundto of Keystone Heights, for sendingus Jean PETERS :

when a young man knows where he berries, and some man from a copy of Organic Gardeningand 1 +

wants to go and chooses the right methods of Plant City told us how he keeps Farming. It is a very interesting ,
getting there. It shows that honor integrity, and thrip and red spider out of his magazine and it was In the Wonder of High-Fidelity

fair play still pay big dividends. plants. He sprays, using a mixture thoughtful of him to send us a STEREOPHONIC SOUND
of three pounds of lye to copy. r
With Representative Conner in a position of
30 gallons of water. Sort of looksto
importance as Speaker of the next House. present PHONE 414-J d U bM1 : i 1'' ; / 0
us that that lye might keep a We have lots of birds in our
chairman of the Committee and
Agriculture
,
few berries out, too. berry patch now. There
member of committees on Public Health, AlcoholicBeverages. : 5 rooms than are more
we've
seen all ,
State Prisons. Welfare and Rules and 1 And this same fellow told usa lots of larks, some blue birds year, --.
=
Calendar Committees, Bradford County is in l about someone down at Plant City flocks of yellow birds, a mess of

strong position so far as its representation is i i who grew a strawberry that was quail in fact, there are just

concerned. nine inches long. Said it was too many birds in the patch to
This position of strength also holds in the raised in a barrel, and it's a good suit us.

Senate, where Bradford-Union Senator thing it didn't get any bigger or *

E. Johns is chairman of the powerful Charlea l tb*>v never would have got it out If it isn't one thing, it's bound'to

Taxation Committee, vice chairman of Insurance, of the barrel. be another. Now Slugger is '

and a member of Constitutional Amendments l', getting into the kitchen garden
Governmental With a severe infestation of red 1 so we had to do a quick patch-up a
Reorganizations, Labor and Industry
spider killing out Missionary fence repair job, and it seems to ..
Public Roads and Highways, and the
plants we decided to dust withDDT us that ever since we've been
Rules and Calendar Committees.
and sulphur. Used about 40)I here we have been busy at fences
With a "strong man" in each house, BradfordCounty's l 1t.. of dust, and put it out bit y trying to keep something in, or
interests should be well served, and shaking it from a croker sack. The i keep something else out.
is i reassuring to know we have such strong representation first three rows we did looked I I .

in Tallahassee, what with the many, 100 per cent better in just a few Ir The other day when we.were.

major issues to come before this 1955 sessionthe -_ days. Just shows what damage hooking up the irrigation system.

state-long toll road. Constitutional revision;, a bunch of little bugs can do. Alice was at the end of the line,
and reapportionment to mention a few. ready to signal to Sam when the

In view of the momentous decisions that wil I Soon as we finished thinnin g water had flushed out the piped ____ -

be made in Tallahassee during the next sixty 01: out our turnip patch. we line. She tells that when the \

ninety days, it is the duty of every citizen t<) the irrigation line into positionand i.. water came out, so did a mouser ..Nothing''dreamier
follow the day by turned the water on. It ce dripping, soaking wet, and
day events and keep informecon ;d I
tainly did the patch a lot of good I.t scared to death. Bet he won'tr
major developments.! It has been said that if r
to pet a good soaking right ; hide in our irrigation pipe again!
more people would take an interest in the affairsof

government, on every level then we would
have better government.So that no one else in our countrycan

let us try to follow the affairs of the Reportfrom possibly have to guide our .
in and
foreign policy around For- at
legislature in this turbulent session as closely as mosa. .
possible. With two Bradford Countians playing J
The 84th Congress is now almost
such significant roles in Tallahassee, the Legisla-
tive at the halfway mark and I
scene could become as interesting and ex- any
citing as any sporting event. + think we can look back on some '
.
The "world constructive legislation. It is interesting ,3.
series"
of Florida government is Congressby With Thunderbird-inspired styling
now being played in Tallahassee to point out that of the
and we, "the priceFC.
Appropriations bills passed by the .
people, are the umpire. If the umpire looks the House so far this year, that the and Luxury Lounge interiors
other way. anything could 'happen KEEP BILLY MATTHEWf ..
so total has been less for similar : -
YOUR EYE OX THE BALL propriations last year. At the ap- The long, low exciting lines of all the '55 Forda

As I am writing this weekly same time every effort has been reflect the distinction and grace of the Thunderbird.In .

What's The Word or Phrase news report. Congress is in Easter made to take care of the domestic the rich, colorful new interiors you can have

Recess but some or the Congressional needs of our nation. Some issues many upholsteries which see first use in any car.

That Best Describes Starke? Committees are having that we shall have to discuss during !! .
hearings and the work continues.I : the months ahead are the bills '
think the problem that we are for Statehood of Alaska and Ha- With in
What Trigger-Torque
the one word, phrase, or sentence describes all concerned with now more than waii, price support programs for I I\ power your

Radio Starke of 1955 in a nutshell? anything else is the possibility of the six basic farm commodities, choice of 3 new, mighty engines
station WDVH would like to have sug- conflict over Formosa between our postal pay bill and pay bills for sw '

gestions of a catch-phrase or slogan to describe country and Red China. As you other federal employees, and about G Ford's new 162-h.p. V-8,182-h.p. Special V-8 and

Starke when the name of the town is mentioned know, Congress passed overwhelm- seven more appropriations bills to short-stroke Six all feature new Trigger-Torque
on the air waves. ingly a Resolution giving the operate the regular departmentsof
To hit the government. I shall power. You'll get away faster, pass easier, feel safer.
upon a suitable slogan right President the authority to use our alwaysbe
now might You'U get into the highway traffic flow in
a jiffy.
pose a little difficulty. Time was when Starke Armed Forces for the protectionof grateful for your views on any '
and the word "strawberry" were almost Formosa without spelling out of these matters.
mous But in recent synony- to him the exact area around the Visitors to my office last week :
the __
has declined here years until it strawberry is no longer industry island that we should defend. The included Drew Reddish of Starke. With new Angle-Poised Ride to bloc
a Red Chinese have threatened -
major source of income. On the other hand to YOU'LL LOVE the new Ester the
industry
bumps-ease
handling
take Quemoy and :Matsu, which f
has come more and more to the fore and brook purse-size fountain pens Inpastel the New
are just several miles away from
with two ilmenite mines now in operation here, the mainland of China. There are hades Only $2.58 at Bradford BEST SELLER. Ford's advanced form of Ball-Joint Front Suspension -
this trend is County Telegraph
likely to continue In our recent some in Congress who feel that not only eases handling and simplifies servicing

exhibit at the State" Fair, Starke was even labelled President Eisenhower should declare Ford sells more -it makes all roads feel far smoother. And to
"Titanium City. now our intentions to defend
because It's further ease your driving, you can have all of Ford's
So what's the phrase that best describes us? Quemoy and Matsu. They believe -:
optional power assists to help you S hift.-s tee r, stop,
Strawberry Center? Titanium City? Let's that by doing this we shall avoida -lcSt worth moral
control
windows. Come
in !
have your suggestions. conflict with the Chinese over ..: 4o move seat today
these off-shore islands. My own

Boo.w;..... .. ..",.."""" ,'....................... .........""' ..'...."'" ..,,. ..... _.... particular viewpoint is that we fro ttrtBiuf '
hould be calm and not try to C F.D.A.P.

THE BRADFORD COUNTY. TELEGRAPHEST. dictate to the President as to the I am the Lord: that is 3Iy name 55 Ford

E L. MATTHEWS OWNER 1879 AND EDITORFLORIDA'S particular that we should islands around defend. Formosa Surely another and My, glory neither will My I not praise give to to Test Drive the Trigger-Torque Power of a

there is graven images.-(Isaiah XUI, 8.)
no man in the United
OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER States who knows more about our The 'graven images' that so
unceasingly to
strategic aims of national defense be praising in thought and action
THE SAME MASTHEAD. than does President Eisenhower.I these days are not of stone-rather Andrews Motor Co.
feel that of course we should they are the material symbols of

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MATTER AT THE POST OFFICE AT STARKE FLORIDA UNDER serving MADISON & ADAMS STS.
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I last Friday night. The girls dressed -I has been the guest of his brother CARD OF THANKS .

!1 the boys for an Easter Parade j and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. 11.\\ The kindness and sympathy of
KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS I I I and many exciting games were i IL. Morgan Jr. He left last the ministers, neighbors, and
played, all adding up to a. wonderful -I urday for Palm Beach. i friends in the recent loss of our at AtP oue' bright ideas
(NEWS OF KEYSTONE HEIGHTS _\.. VICINITY) evening. The girls brought i Rev. Angel of the First Baptist -'daughter, Darlene Alvarez Mc- to help youTh

Ry Mary K. Schaeffer Phone 4127 sandwiches and the hostess served. .:, Church was a dinner guest I Govern, will always remain with
cake and Cokes. Seventeen Junior at the home of the Harold Rid-,I us a precious memory. Our sincere tl
boys and girls of the First Baptist! I thanks and gratitude for the beau-
Church gathered at the home of i aught family on Easter Sunday.I Ii tiful services floral offerings, and
Mrs. C. T. Parker last Tuesday i'The Ridaughts had also expected I other comforting acts.- Mr. and v9.fr'i 11M 4,
afternoon for an Easter egg hunt, i their son, Leslie home for Easter Mrs Tate G. Alvarez and famIly. ,
A".s after which Mrs. Parker served!i'from Keesler Air Force Ease,I IMMiss.
punch and cookies. Mrs. Parkerwas ., but everyone was disappointed \ .
assisted by :Mrs. Harold Rid-I when his leave was can P. D. Q. \\ >:i '
1. aught and Mrs. Tommy Dasher. celled. \ .
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Mr. and :Mrs. Everett Fox and At a meeting of the Rotary FOR .. '" variety of thrifty fOOdS \
children spent Easter Sunday with I Club last Friday, it was voted to Proven Dependable Quick II, \\ :. Is so wide at AlP that you \ \
.sponsor a teen-age conservation Protein Vitamin Mineral q will be showered with \
c a d t i = relatives of Mr. Fox in Jackson-i club. An organization meeting will i iI ; Supplements r, money-swing in ; suggestions IWI 1 s
Phone 51-W Starke, Fla. \ every department. Come
rl L ville.Mrs. be held April 20. ( 131: your: head with bright
I : Lydia Hurley entertainedthe I Farmers SupplyALL ideas and your basket with '
Kyle McMurtry family at her i-! -: big values! You'll find that,YV.
\ home on Lakeview Drive on Eas- brook purse-size fountain pens inI I LIVESTOCKThe when it comes to saving for \\'\. d SeeT /
F-.L I ter Sunday. I pastel shade Only $2.58 at Bradford -! a rainy day, the brightest \
t 10th and Cherry Sts. .O 1 9 idea of all is to come see,
Peter :Morgan of Fairfield, Conn. County Telegraph 11 t t ova to A P.
come save of AlP! sS
Generalev\ of dinner held Mr. Bastedo (left) receives ion
in new Fire )Iou...a last! week.]i gift presented by Watson llardenbergh. -
honoring C. J. Batedo. i) .
I I IONA BRAND TU IATOEGREE:; BE.C1T: BEETS or
Testimonial Dinner I
Mrs. Martha Stratford left for
For C. J. IU..,tedo I
!the north last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Cameron Bastedo GOLDEN Mb.
dinner Mr. and Mrs. Allen Headley and I! CORN 10c
were guests of honor at a Gin
given by members of the Key- daughter, Ellen of Corpus Christi,
Texas, are staying with Mrs.
Fire Department
Volunteer -
stone Heights
Tuesday evening, April Headley's parents, Mr. and Mrs.G. &FIGHT ANN PAGE GRAPE JAM or PLUMPRESERVES
THE
5. The dinner was held at the E. Wiggins, until they find. a
suitable home in Jacksonville. :Mr PIKE"j
included
new fine house, and the guests .
all volunteer firemen and I.Headley a flier, has teen transferred
from Corpus Christi to the LB. 39
their wives, and members of the 2
(
town council, and other city dig- (;Jacksonville Did you know Naval that Air Ernest Station.L. i Jar

nitaries and their wives. Betts is giving one day a week DO YOU KNOW that certain selfish interests are trying to ;
After generous servings of tur- :garbage-collection service to folks get the State Legislature to approve a state-length "toll road"? A&P-Our Finest QualitySAUERKRAUT
key and "fixins," the master of i living outside the city limits? Do you know that the creation of such a "toll road" will bring ;

ceremonies, Frank Walrath Jr., i by calling 2741 to find out about more "toll roads"? Do you realize that this will make a "ghost :
thanked everyone responsible for Anyone having a disposal problem area" and that our real estate values will suffer Do you I
not only the dinner, but for the may get in touch with Mr. Betts remember that the late Governor McCarly had promised thatno 2 2/oz. 2St
which was
itself, I
new firehouse Mr. Wal rates and such. "toll road" would be built until all present arterial roads Cans
the volunteers.
built by of the I Mrs. Pat Fraher wishes it known had been four-laned?
rath introduced the speaker
j evening, Odis Hinnant, head of that the Keystone Beauty Shop is CUT-RITE A1P-Our Finest Quality

the Y M C A in Jacksonville. Mr. Nightengale Ave. No need to go IF YOU WANT to protect your investments, whether it bea Waxed Paper 21 125 ft. 45e Apple Sauce 21 l 7 or. 27*.
moving into its new location on
Hinnant, who has for a numberof home or business you must help in this fight against "toll Rolls Cons

years spent a portion of the location in search is of the a city addition map.which The new has road legislation". Do your part in cooperating with all per- j SULTANA BRAND What SUNSWEET Fancy

summer at Camp Immokalee near the sons and groups from all areas that are making this fight. Green 11b I Quart
Keystone, remarked on the growthof just been built to the rear of I I Beans 2 Cans; 33c Prune Juice Bottle 31c
former location. We think it will I
Keystone in the past few years.
be very modern and attractive. Remember these facts
their
He praised citizens here for : ..
civic-mindedness. special commendations -I I Little Miss Suzanne Eelote has ;
for Mr. Bastedo whoso i returned home after a month's 1. Toll roads are not safer.
tirelessly worked for as well! visit with her maternial grand- 2. Toll roads will destroy our present free public road I I
as organized the fire department,: mother, :Mrs. :Martin Crosby of system. I "Super-Right" Freshly Ground Beef

and who has been fire chief since Foley Ala. 3. Toll roads constitute double taxation on highwayusers.
Miss Jackie Fox is recovering
1952.Mr.. introduced Key- from a blow on the head received \ i HAMBURGER 31 $1.00Florida
Walrath
-I. Toll roads are more costly) than State financed free Ib'.
stone's Mayor :M. L. Beasley, who from a swing. Four stitches were roads. I i I
which will be required to close the wound.
displayed a plaque Heights is gettinganotht'r 5. Toll roads will ruin the economy of most of the state. I
all Keystone
fastened to the fire house so II Grade "A" Dressed & Drawn Whole
may know that the name of the new building in the "down- I

Fire new-HOUSe"fire-house and is he"The assured Bastedo Mr. town"soon section.have a nice Kyle new McMurtrywill office- WRITE WIRE OR CALL YOUR STATE 1I I FRYERS
II lb.49C
and-warehouse-building, next to
Bastedo that even though his busi- REPRESENTATIVES AND STATE
ress took him elsewhere, he would Stuckey's.The
not be forgotten in Keystone I First Bapt' Church was SENATOR NOW! I
the scene of much activity last

Heights.N. W. .Hardenbergh, the new Saturday, with men busy educa- TELL HIM HOW YOU FEEL ABOUT THIS i Super-Right Sugar Cured Slab BREAKFAST,
fire chief, presented Mr. Bastedo ing the floor of the new educa-
from the firemen he tional building, and the ladies
with gift I
a
expressed his appreciation. At the serving sandwiches and tea. HALIFAX AREA COUNCIL Arnold Lund, Chairman BACON By the piece lb1 39CSuperRIght
An Easter hunt held
conclusion of the dinner, the. egg was 725 N. Atlantic Ave Daytona Beach, Florida
tables were cleared and pushed to, at St. William's last Sunday after
dancing was enjoyed mass. Prizes were won by John
the wall, and I
Allen, Peter Manown and Jackie BREAKFAST Allgood Sliced

by Mr.all.and Mrs. Emery Cooper entertained ,Fox.An A State Long Toll Road Is Not To The Sausage Lb 45c Bacon Lb 45c
The Ladies' Fleet Reserve Easter egg hunt was the

91), and Auxiliary their husbands(Jacksonville at a Unit buffet -occasion ment to meet for the at The primary First Baptist depart- Best Interest of Florida As A Whole/ Morton's Quick Frozen Center Cut .

dinner, last weekend, in their Church last Saturday afternoon. Pot Pies 4 for 99c White Bacon Lb 27c
home on Lake Geneva. Mrs. Didenour, Mrs. Snellen, and
MacDonaldand Mrs. Davis served ice cream and
Mr. and Mrs. M. T. /Armour's Star SPICED
children from Miami, cookies to the children after the Cap'n Johns French Fried
three {
spent Easter with relatives at eggs were found. Luncheon 3-lb Can 99c Fish Sticks 10-oz Box 39c J
I Hillcrest. Mrs. MacDonald is the The Intermediate Group of the
daughter of Mrs. Marguerite Ryan First Baptist Church held a partyat ,
the home of Mrs. Ted Oglesby
of :Mr. and
and granddaughter -- --... ----_. FIRM RED
.Mrs. J. A. Goodson all of 1 1i
crest, and the three youngest Mac- '
Come in and
see LbFLonIDA
erne
Donalds made Easter a joyous occasion -i I TOMATOES E 1 +
for grandparents and great I I
/ + s SB
grandparents.Mr. i
+
and Mrs. Robert Bowles and I I F PASCALCELERY '
daughter. Debbie, of Orlando spent
Easter weekend with Mrs. Bowles I I
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wal-j Lge Stalks .. 1tr'
II' X..... N aI 2 25C r. <
rath, Jr. at their home on Lake- '
view Drive. Mrs. Bowles was form- II I
erly Ann Walrath. The Walraths'
son, Frank III, was also home on I I Texas 2-lb Pkp Florida Fresh 5-lb! Bag

a three-day pass from Fort Bragg, ; I ( CARROTS 13C ORANGES
I 29C'
N. C., where he is a member of .. )
the S2nd Division Paratroops. I t.; _."n'..,,,: .ah..t./' .:._. n : I ...... .:. t C-tatIrv I
Easter Sunday guests of the \-,7: ...;lrI .. ,': ':...... 1 Cuban Each Fresh Florida
4 Ears29C
... '
y.
Walraths included Mr. and Mrs. I : V'<
Frank Merrill and Mr. and Mrs I PINEAPPLE 29C CORN

Leo Bowles, all of Jacksonville.Mr. )
and Mrs. H. W. Cannon Jr. II
spent Easter with Mr. Cannon's I r
family in Jena La. Mrs. Cannon I
was Madeline Kennedy prior to Large Pkg. Giant Size

her marriage.Mr. SPACIAL e > Cheer 30c 72c


have'.as and brother their Mrs.guests and Herbert sister-in-law, Mrs.Williams Williams -, j NEW CHEVROLET! Task-Force TRUCKS Jane Parker Dreft Large 30c Pkg. Giant 72c Size


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Ivory SnowDetergent
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Lloyd Singley MrtroM, \
n-ith hole truckload Here's what -?
the Bird Apartments into his a of new advantages for you Large Pkg.

brand new house in the Bird addition happens when America's No. 1 truck builder pulls out all the stops! Regularll Oxydol 30c
he is engaged
and happily
Here are some of the new advances ready to work for you right now. 594C
in buying furnishings.John l-ib. Pkg.

Wilmington Powers Del.came for home the Easter from A I(E 1 is o z. 4 5 Spic n' Span 25c

weekend. He expects to go to his Work St>llng-a new apSix powerful new"highvoltage" The last word in cab New capacity-up to New more durable, e. Vegetable Shortening 3-lb. Can

new assignment soon and the proach to truck design! engines! comfort and safety! 18,000 Ib. G.V.W. standard-width frames! Spry 87c
_
children and Mrs. Powers will remain Two distinctively different With a modern 12-vot! New SeepSightind- Offered in 2-ton models! New frames are of 34- .
in Keystone until school styling treatments- electrical! system for inshiel. for increased .isiThis means you can do inch width to accomoneinlightandmedium Eelbeck 5-lb. Pkg. ,
closes. I ; creased generator cability.. A new concealed a lot more work on modate special body in- NUTIEY Colored Grits 53c
t .duty models, another pacity-plus many other Safety Step that stays heavy hauling jobsitb stallations. And they're Mb.On.-. Quart Bottle
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FRIGIDAIRETHERE'S It I ,_ 57c I
t II SOFT AS OLD LINEN \ august Toilet Soap Reg. Bars. 3 for25c I

j I All models available You can have new OverPower Brakes standard Tubeless tires standard Scot Tissue 2"!" 23c Cashmere I

JUST ONE withnewPower Steering! drive or Hydra latic! on 2-ton models! on J, -ton models! J Bouquet Toilet Soap Bath Bars 2 for25c I

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Blade\ only by General Steering cuts turning ef1ton models; truck is sours at no extra cost you greater protection 1 Pkgs.; 35c
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Motors\ Corp. All other cushions road shockand 1-ton models at tional at extra cost on deflate more slowly when the fin estllilngs Jim DandyGRITS La Choy I
Electric Refrigerators are Optional at extra cost. extra cost. all other models. punctured! in trucks! 53c
made by other companiesand 5 Lb Bag 33c Chop Suey Vegetables Lb. Can

cannot use the word La Choy
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Home Demonstration Coun- 'h iJJj ., .Jcha.l address T. McLuiu.: nhi.-e r.- ..
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ty Council held its first Achieve- $ : i1 I You are requiitd to 'I'J']
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ment Day Friday afternoon at .l'I / '. and cause nem ideks : < .

I the Woman's Club, featuring exhibits 4 :Mi: : .ind! :MKA.. J Thomas -., .. diore and r.'tur.u I ,.
Gladys Mooty 1:9' .. Jr. name.
i. in home furnishings, foods. : Ii't' : ,'i : lIrarliord"unty Tvlegr.ip, ,
t annuunitthe
Phone 35rsSSSflrflSSSSflflSflSSSflSflSSSSSS bir.h of a son, John .
I' landscaping, and crafts 4t.. (' this Oldrl, 1', r. \;
sewing 'p '
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'I \ Ii> 10 :Milton on April 9 in Riverside VeeKH .-Ml, '-
trtprpsrtrs a !.j which club members and friends I : Hospital. Jacksonville.! \\itiif-v my hand! a- .1! ".f! ,. "
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Mrs. Wainwright :UDC Members Plan Among the unusual was a miniature jlJ .Ii \ \ Mr. and Mrs. Maxie ':t ;, i.r '.'',1 i .' ."
.1 \Ij Carter Jr. .. .. ,. .
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Elected To HeadElementary BirthdayTea landscaped home scene made { .:) are parents of a son, Gregory, born '] .., .i, !I'.I-- i !' .,: .
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Mrs. T. W. and her ,
[by Markey h- \ : F. i.
tV April 12 in Orange Memorial] Hospital .
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PTAMrs. 4IPK1
The W. T. Weeks cnapter of j committee. Orlando.The .

J. Wainwright was the U.D.C. met Tuesday afternoonat Canned goods, baked articles, \ .1 ::::t..::= :_ ._ ""___= -_. -... ..
3:30: o'clock at the home of; eggs, and fresh vegetables illu- \ Starke ""

elected president of the Starke Mrs. E. L. Matthews with Miss!strated the basic seven wheels of Polaroid 1-Minute Photos by the Telegraph'Bunnyland' .announces the Maternity Hospital
Elementary School PTA at a meet- following births:
good eating. This was arrangedby
Madge Middleton as co-hostess.
ing held in the school cafeteria: Mrs. W. W. Hammond and Mrs. i Mr. and Mrs. HarleyValdron ofLawtey

Tuesday night. Other officers were Arrangements used in decorating of spring the flowers lower Mary Dally. \ 'II a daughter, Ollie Lavmia.
April 8.
elected were Mrs. Russell Norman floor of the :Matthews: home for Many useful and clever articles Fashion Show ? J
11. I Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Hailer of
vice president; Mrs. H. Adams, were displayed in the home furn- !
the meeting. 4 |Starke, a son, Thomas Karl, April Sun. Ion and Tue
secretary; and R. E. Edmondson, I *
Mrs W. G. Haile. president, pre- ishings and crafts sections, among ; Pictured abo\e is part of theI 12.
April 17 1
$. 19DOriiLE
Treasurer. sided over the business meetingand them being quilts, rugs, crochetedbed i I large group of participants in F
Following a talk by L. H. Gibsonon appointed the following nominating spreads, re-worked chairs, the pre-Easter fashion show ", FE.TrUE -

the proposed summer programof committee: Mrs. E. K. footstools, crochet and needle work I sponsored by .K.. Junior < Study Course j The Weak and the
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activities at the school, thePTA Perryman, Mrs. W. B. Mundy and a gourd and pine cone charm Woman' Club Thursday night 'For WSCS 20
April WickedDiana
# group voted to contribute Mrs. George, Roberts of Lawtey. I string, outdoor coasters, and oth- j of Liht uerk. The theme, )t1 ,

$100 toward expenses of the pro Plans were made for the birth- ers.Several i "'\1l'e iu Uunnj land," uasfleerly I Ii j4i: J., Mrs. T. H. 81ad secretary of 6'I: IXtrs and Jan.> II>lion

gram. day Tea which will be given Apr. attractive little girls i carried out, and eah) : i' Missionary Education of the Methodist j -AND-:

Preceding the business session: 27. The following committeeswere dresses were displayed along with : model received a gift from the I WSCS announces a studycourse THE RAID

a musical program was presentedby appointed: Invitations, :Mrs.J. clothes for a little boy. The boy's 1 I Easter bunny.: at ", "Christianity and Wealth, j

Mrs. Ralph Knight, elementary R. Kite, :Miss :Madge Middleton.Mrs. suit was made from a dress. These [ .U right/ the "nulln)'" (Iolo- 1 to be held Wednesday Apr. 20 in IX TECHNICOLOR:
school music director. ;
"Alice BlueGown"
Lily Bridges and Mrs. L. F. exhibits were arranged by members re MrKnight: ) and "Alice" the recreation building at 10 With Van HeflynMas

the chorus.was sung and old-fashioned danced by Dinkins; decorations, Mrs. L. G. .I of the State Farm Heilbronn (Dolly) Simpson) usher in four i It ,'k. Mrs. Allen Watson of i Color Cartoon
wearing
Powell, Mrs O. L. Beasley, and and Lawtey clubs. of the joiing Easter Paraders: Wildwood, district president and
blue i
dresses. Carolyn Pellum had Kincaid refreshments, 1 Sharon Voegel, Bonny Kay Ilin- Wed. Thurs. 20 21
\V. April
the solo Mrs. J. ; I The demonstrations given were M' Titus Olson will review !! ,
part.In Mrs. Steve Simmons, Mrs. W. B. "Making Corn Shuck :Mats" by son, Billy Unmn, and Linda Oo 'K j jLuncheon DOUBLE FEATURE -
colorful
a "Easter Parade"number I I
Mundy Mrs L. D. Vining, :Mrs. ;Miss Rosa Moore, and a 4-H Elec- Kay Smith. will The
the girls wore gay dresses : Mrs. L. A. Davis, Musical background for be served at I j' Siege of Red Rider
J. E. Wilson, tricity demonstration, "Putting a a'' i nominal charge. '
and Easter bonnets and carried
and Mrs. O. L. Haynes; program, ,Plug Cap on a Wire for an Ap show was provided by :%Irs. All! members 1 IX TECIIMOJLOIi
to
fancy parasols. Their scorts Mrs. L. G. Powell and Mrs. L. A. pliance." !! Jimmy Howe and 5In L. A.Canova. are urged I Van Johnson and Joanne Dm
wore suits and top hats and car- !! .
ried Davis. For the program, Mrs. Ham- I II In rirriilt IVnrt.. Ilradford C'oonlr.Florida AND -
walking sticks. .
I In t
; hanctry.Gladys
Shirley Morrison sang "Twee- Charter members of the UD.C.and mond introduced Rev. W. E. Hall Name A. McSuain, Plaintiff, vs.iiliam II Slaves of Babylon
die Dee Dee" with the "real daughters" are to of Pine Level Baptist Church, who Baptist Circles Chicken SupperThe Holy SocietyTo \\ H..M('Swain, Defendant.
of six
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toys:: and the numbers group were an- be honored guests at the tea. gave the devotional. G. T. Hug- |Hold Meetings Woman's Council of the Meet SundayThe i Ordrr\.ear Of ;"uloll..ll08nd Mate of Florida:.Notion To : Conte and Unda Christian!
Following the business meetingMrs. William 1C. McSwam. hose ruldt'lIcf' I Plus Cartoon
gins, County Agent, led the groupin 1
nounced by Marilyn Shannon, Bill .
First Christian Church will havea and address Is: ('t" Mr" ,
Green, Powell gave an interesting singing, accompanied by Mrs. Hol> Name Sot-iety of St. :Jlu'd. 54 Ranger Drive, !
Waylyn
and Patricia Loudon. ; "Soul-winning efforts Of the chicken tonight (Friday) ; i i iIi
story about the Memorial Buildingin Lloyd Green at the piano. Mari supper Edward's Catholic Church wil Charleston Heights, S. C. Fri., Sat. April 22 23
(Southern Baptist Church" was the in the Legion Hall. Supper will I You are required to appear FEATURE
BPW To Meet Richmond, Va. lyn Cox led the pledge to the flag meet Sunday. April 17 in the hal I I May 16, 1955, in the above I DOUBLE -
I subject of an interesting talk by be served from 5:30: to 8:30 p.m. I
At the conclusion of the meetingthe Court and ('a use. wherein
and Dr. Florence Jennings, Youth after mass. All men are request The Fuller Brush ManRed
refresh Mrs. Orie Wiggins when the Doris and proceeds will go toward the serks divorce and restoration I
The BPW will meet Monday two hostesses served Counselor, spoke on "Strengthening ed to be pi esettt. Coffee will be! maiden name.llradford .
Knight Circle. of the First Baptist new church pews. The public is Skelton and Janet Blair
night at 7:30 ments. served. | County Telegraph '- ,
o'clock in the Catholic Family Ties. L. H. Gibson
Church met Tuesday night, April invited. Adults $I,25, children I publish this Order in next < AND !
Center with Pansy Quigley and explained the summer program at 5, with Mrs. Carl Hurst and Mrs. weekly issues. |!
50 cents.
under 12 ,
Dorothy Millberg as hostesses. Miss Rose Weds 'Bradford school. years Witness my hand and official !' j Bells of San AngeloStarring
\V. S. Haas as hostesses. I Keystone PTA at Starke. Florida this April 9, 19

Frank Dryden Jr. 'I After the program, Mrs. E. L. Also taking part on the pro- Plans Hobby Show "[ (OFFICIALSKAT.Clerk) Charles of aid A. Court})arbAs > Roy Rogers S
CouncilThe
Cox, chairman of the event, serv- gram, with Mrs. Haas in charge, Ladies I I fly Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Plus Cartoon for Childrem:

R.I.AW. RF'lJ.R.B 1 1I Mr. and Mrs. Paul M. Rose of ed refreshments from a table covered I were Mrs. Myldrid Cuttino, :Mrs. I: The .. <:'LlOyd Jacksonville liass, 302 Clark :__ __ -__. ,. I
I Keystone Heights IT) Florida. '
Ladies Council of the First .; .
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table
Gainesville announce the marriage with a lacy crocheted T. Lawson, and Mrs. Harry Hobby Show will t? held Tuesday I Att>- (or IMf 4,15 4t 5' '

I.of their daughter, Loree, to FrankW. cloth made by Miss Rosa Moore. IJ. Jr. The business session Christian Church will meet Tues- 1'April 19. at 8 at the school .A.A.A.a.a.a" . .. . " AAAA5LALAA4AAAAAAAAiLAA.There's .
n.m.
7:30 o'clock. aa ma a* mm -
: Dryden Jr., son of :Mr. and On the table was a beautiful arrangement presided over by the leader! day night April 19, at : The public is cordially invited. ;;
The I 1 will meet with the leader Something
Mrs. Frank W. Dryden of Silver of spring flowers arranged Mrs. P. T. Nolin. Refreshments Group < Always
eventof by Mrs. J. G. Caldwell. followed the social hour. Mrs. Lester Kite, at her home on
Lake. The marriage was an I
the Brooker road. Mrs. Louise Gibson Elected I IChildren's
8 in the First Methodist
April Miss Patti La.wson had chargeof Newbern will have charge of the I 3
Church, Folkston, Ga., with Rev. High School PTA Committee
: the program: when the Daisy program. Group 2 will meet with
S MOST .
/ BtAUTIFUL. Samuel bride Douthit graduated officiating.The from Archer To Meet April 19 I Fowler Circle met Tuesday after- Mrs. J. A. J. McKinney at Graham, ChairmanL. I

6t! ALL OWL>, noon, April 1, at the home of Mrs. with Mrs. Millie Fogg in charge of COOKIN'I
'L fltS I High School in 1951 and at Mrs. Elizabeth Reid, director of Richard Lawson. Following the the program. I H. Gibson, Starke school I

... AL5OA present is on the nursing staff at health education, State Board of devotional by Mrs. H. L. Hough .supervisor was elected chairman :, i
k tl51tR' Doctors Hospital. Mr. Dryden
fl5HtRl'tlJJ Health, will be the guest speaker a program was presented with of the Bradford County Children's : ( : 4
.. graduated from Bradford High 'at the regular monthly meeting of Mrs. Ewell Lawson and Mrs. Free- Altar Society ,Committee at a luncheon meeting! TRIALBusinessman's
GIVE US A -
School in 1949 and later attended i the Bradford High School PTA, man Register Sr. taking part. :of the group held Tuesday in the
the; University of Florida. At Plans Ham DinnerThe :Methodist recreation building. He S 50c and 65c Plate Lunch .
Tuesday night April 19, at 7:30: I Refreshments were served by
present he is employed in the State I succeeds Rev. W. S. McAliley. 4 S Steaks Chops Sandwiches Chili
p.m. in the high school library. the hostess to the eight membersand I Altar Society of St. Ed-
Maintenance Shop at Camp Bland- : New officers will be elected at one visitor present. Officers re-elected at this meetingwere I Malts Shakes Scdas Sundaes
wards Catholic church
ing.Mr. this meeting, and everyone is urgedto is giving a E. L. Matthews vice Chairman COFFEE THAT'S GOOD 5c :
and Mrs. Dryden are at attend. ham dinner Saturday evening, and Mrs. Edward Hall, secre- ,

You'll find we're masters of home to friends in the McKinney \Circle Four WSCS April 23 at 7 o'clock in the church tary.The 3 Meal Tickets $4.50 for $4.00The

West Call St. recreation building. The public i
on
the portrait trade. We are Apartments Spring Festival Circle 4 of the Methodist WSCS summer program for coun- Only Bread We Serve In Our Burgers
I I is invited to attend. ty school children was described
equipped and qualified to handlethe met Monday night at the home of I II la The Bun
Women Will Bring Outside 1 1I by :Mr. Gibson, who said that the I
Presbyterian i
most difficult photographicjob. Mrs. Eston Jordan with Mrs. H. T. I welcome
i I cost per student for materials etc. I Mary and Bill Mason you
91-e the BULLINGTON Met Tuesday NightCircle Bands To StarkeThe !:Godwin, leader, presiding. The devotion WSCS NoticeThe would be around $t for the eight-

STUDIO AND GIFT SHOP I was given by Mrs. Sarah week period of activities. The T V

)'ou'U be pleasediith our work. Three of the Presbyterian Bradford High School PTAis Hunter and Mrs. Robert Mullins regular program and busi- committee voted to underwrite ten .. <_T..T _._ __.___ 0'V

Women of the Church met with sponsoring a Spring Festival to gave a reading on the program en- ness meeting of the Methodist W. "scholarships" to the program for -I-- -- -- ---5- -' --- _-- -_ _- -_ -_ __ _:

1 DAY SERVICE Mrs. J. M. Mitchell Tuesday night. be held Friday, April 29, at the titled "My Day." S. C. S. will be held :Monday afternoon that many underprivileged chil- I

OX KODAK FINISHING Mrs. L. H. Gibson opened the football stadium beginning at 8 Refreshments were served by the at 3 o'clock in the church. dren. I

meeting by reading the "Song of p.m. Three out of town bands will hostess to the 15 members present. Mrs. L. A. Davis, secrotary of Status ROBBINS'EAATEERR I

Solomon." Mrs. Lester Crews led be present to take part in the program of Women, will have charge of Slade Elected

in prayer and presented the pro- as well as the senior and I:OES Notice the program and will use as her I

gram, "Peace with God." Mrs. junior bands of BHS. i The Order of Eastern Star will subject "United Work of Protest- Association OfficerT.

STUDIO AND GIFT SlOP Robert Paterson gave the scrip- Skits will be presented by the 1\!meet Monday night, April 18 at ant Church Women." Mrs. J. F. \ '
ture reading. various high school clubs and ele- H. Slade, owner of the Slade
McComb will the devotional.
I!18 o'clock in the chapter room. give I'I'I
j'r 'r Refreshments were served by mentary classes. Hugh B. Ingram i I Gas Co., was ejected vice president

Mrs. Mitchell, assisted by Mrs. will serve as master of ceremonies. --J I of the Florida Liquefied Petroleum

Crews to the eight members and Admission will be 50 cents for 1 1I 1I I II I,Gas Assn. at the 5th annual I :

one visitor present. adults and 25 cents for children. I Southeastern District Conference ; cj

I I I:I,r held last week at Boca Raton. I 1

I !.NOTICE TO APPEAR
I In Circuit {Court Bradford CoaBtr.t'lnrldai I

11 We Invite The Public To Visit Our II III' I l In>. Clianprrr.ljster Walker Plantiff, H. I
I! The stage of the Woman's Club :Monday for a four months' visit Pearl Walker, Defendant. I

\| turned into an colorful garden with Sonja's parents, :Mr. and Case No. 10-956
was \ntlrr Topp.al'l Shoes
I''! Showroom And See The 1 1I '; for the "Alice In Bunnyland" Hermann Lohmann in Hamburg, To Pearl and address Walker I If.: whose Unknown.residence -I Robbinnette
Germany they went by train to
I i I Iii' i Easter fashion show sponsored by New York where they boarded the I suit You for are hereby notified tbar a I FOR LADIES

t jthe.. Junior Woman's Club last steamship Waterman Ervin Divorcehas I
been filed against you In .he
L ii' NEW 1955Montclair II IIl I'Thursday night the stage hada Andrews left Tuesday for his baseat above named Court and cause tnd Narrow and ,

backdrop of pastel colored sheets Lackland Air Force Base, San you your are answer required or to pleadingto serve a copy the of Medium Widths -

i sprinkled with flowers and placed Antonio Texas. comnlalnt on the Plalitlff'i

l !all around were gaily colored eggs Glad to hear that B. T Thomasis Attorney E. K. Ferryman. Starkt.

j and bunnies a large egg was on the mend after being rushedto tnd Florida file the, original In the office of .99
II Mercury : last the Clerk of the Circuit Court on I
placed at the door of Bunnyland Alachua General Hospital
or before the 16 day of May. 1955: 2
:out of which jumped Delores Mc- Thursday night with an ulcerated otherwise the allegations ot said

i Knight as the bunny rabbitt stomach little Gerry Mootywas Complaint will be taken as confeesd 5.95
by ,
you.
III NOW ON DISPLAY |Dolly Simpson made a charming an excited youngster Easter This notice shall be published
i"Alice" and took the children who morning when she found that not once each week for four consecotlv Value
j. weeks In the Bradford County Tele
j participated in the Fashion Show only the Easter bunny but a stork graph.

to visit the bunny the 50 par- too had stopped by that night and Dated this I U day of April 19 5.COFt'ICUL GROUP
( SEAL) Chanes A. Darby ONE
I ticipants ranged in age from 18 left four little kittens glad to Clerk of the Circuit Court -

months to 16 years Boots Pey- see Kathleen and Red Monteith By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk 4\ LADIESDRESSES
4/15 4t 5/6
ton served as commentator and have moved back with us and at

i We Will Be Pleased To Give Gerry Bennett, finance chairman, present are living out at the Al- //c'

was in charge of the affair varez cottage on Kingsley lake CHIROPRACTICDOES
I S See Sharon Locke has returnedto the E. Wainwrights have moved
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her former job at the Green into the T. E. Lewis home on 11th

You A j Cove NAS and Orie Hutchinsis Street Newlyweds Gary and gt99s'w

1.I I'"', back at her old job at Ruby ,Sue (SipreUeGarner! have rented NOT "TKEAT" EF i //ii\

Johns' heard her being asked,the Quigle "Powder Box" cottage FECTS. It locates and removes I

the other day when she was going and the Dock Warrens have the "CAUSE" of illness ,
S iii j 'DEMONSTRATION DRIVE I to give her baby daughter a per- i moved from the Pearce house to I I

manent see Norma Key is the the Mallory Thomas house, back Since eachital organ of jour 1 1i

new secretary in Charley Johns' of Gold House. body is controlled b>' the ner- To

I office. replacing Peggy Ann Xeel .I All sorority rushees of Beta SOiLs system a pinched nene

I Congrats to Maxie and Kitty i Sigma Phi are asked to attend a ran Invariably be found to be

Carter on the birth of a son, Preferential Tea at Janet Turner's the "cau-*" of illness.! Removing .fftc1I99
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Most Advanced In Gregory, on Tuesday the proud 'house at the State Farm this Sun- the nerve pressure therefore i .

'1,1 I I father was so excited that he tooka day afternoon from 4 to 5 restores normal health. ,

1'1iii' picture of the infant before it Other dates to remember The

iii J .STYLINGROAD .was a minute old. Flower Show (Legion Hall Apr. I U you have a health problemthat

I Harriet, Janel and Olivia Good- :23-24 St. Edward's ham has not responded to other

man gave an Easter egg hunt in Catholic recreation hall, dinnt'r'l forms of treatment you owe it

i:11: ABILITY !their yard Sunday afternoon for 7 p.m. PTA Spring Festival. to yourself to Investigate the _Values To_10.95

S i J15 of their friends winning April 29, 8 p.m. at the athletic merits of Chiropractic p '-i u 1' '.aWL.

I prizes were Geraldine Gay, Sandra field and the UDC t.irthday, ONE GROUP

:il! WITH ITS PROVEN SUPER I Warren and Micky Dansby tea on April 27 CONSULT

I i hear that Pvt. Bert and Shirley Birthdays were celebrated this I LADIES BRAS

;;:,1 TORQUE V-8 MOTORMcCriff I IXewcoinb and daughter Ella week by Leona Mathews, Thursday BOLLINGERCHIROPRACTIC"

!Blair left Camp Gordon with their ; Mary Lawson. Tuesday; and '
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trailer last Saturday for Calif. Claude Crowson. Wednesday I
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III! I II ;i where they are to meet Shirley's !Lonnie! and Dolly Sullivan celebrated )I t7 .11c

folks Mr. and Mrs. D. Vernetti I i their 14th wedding anniversary -! CLINIC __

of Koyukuk. Alaska Shirley on Tuesday .
I Motors | 2 blocks north of Post Office II
Mercury : I and 1 folks will tour the West Coast Hear that Arlev McRae was I 1

!I while Bert reports May 1st at .elected an Honor Court Justice in Phone 10S ROBBINS'I

;Seattle, Wash. for Alaskan duty the recent student body elections Office hours doily except Thurs. ,

AUTHORIZED MERCURY DEALER Shirley and daughter will join held at the U of F congratu- 9:30 to 12 1:30 to 5:30 The Store of Values" I Ij

him in Alaska when he gets set- lations! and 1
Evenings
::11 tI Acros From Baptist Church Phone 447 Starke, Fla. I f,tied at his base and two other So long See you in the i by appointment Thursday STAKKE FLORIDA j

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I 6' I III II' i Mr. and Mrs Charles Fields and I Mrs. Pauline Colley of Winter I I Mr. and Mrs. Anderson and Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Clark were i Mrs. J. D. Doyle and Mrs. Fad

son, Wayne, of Jacksonville visited!I Haven and her sister, Mrs. Sylla |daughter of Durham, N. C. were in Belvedere, S. C. several days,!I Gill visited Mr. and Mrs. E. T:Hi-Y! Banquet

their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Olin I Blackburn of Clearwater spent the'guests of Mrs. Effie Johns Sun- last week where they attended the 1|I;King in Jacksonville Tuesday oiI ;!Set For April 29
White, Sr. and Mrs. J. H. Fieldson j I weekend with :Mrs. Laura Colley. c'ay. Other guests were Mrs. Wil- wedding of their son. Connie, to j I last week.
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9&ddnaitk :: Sunday. I Mrs. W. J. Burks of Gnffin, Ga. I lie Mae Judd and Freeman Johns :Miss Jean Thomas of Augusta. !i I Tommy Gill of the U. of F. was, I Final plans for the Father And

Miss Carolyn Edwards and Jim j is spending several days with Mrs. |, of juke Butler. Ga.. which was an event of Apr. 2. !!home for the Easter holiday with]L LJSon: Banquet on April 29 were

High were in St. Augustine on ,i Steve Weldon.E. Mrs. Warren Perkins left today Friends of E. M. Davis will be[his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T, :made at the Hi-Y Club meeting
Sunday. C. Morris of Pompano Beach j for Tampa where she will join her iappy to learn that he returned :Gill at Camp Blanding. 'I!held in the USO Monday night

IN THE NEWS L Mrs. Merrill Edwards visited her spent several days this week with .brother, I. J. Poppell of Lakeland. tome Sunday from Riverside Hos-!IMr. and Mrs. Roy Reddish of, (|The banquet will be held in the
sister, Mrs. James Kinchen in his daughter, Mrs. S. G. Denmark will to El Paso.
i They I fly Saturday pital where he was confined the Webster! were guests of Mr. and[ school cafeteria at 7 p.m. and tickets -
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Jacksonville Wednesday of last to be with ,
oast three
-I weeks for treatments.He [Mrs. A. E. McKinney Thursday of will be $2.50 for fathers
Mrs. George Fortunas and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barksdale I week. Mrs. Mary Lane of Jacksonville I W. Poppell who is critically ill. was brought home by his;last week. ,and sons together. Tickets

daughter, Josephine, of Apalachicola and family 'had Easter Sunday I Dr. and Mrs. Pete Felos spent spent the weekend with her mother I Miss Joyce Ward, Mrs. W. C.I'nephew and niece Mr. and Mrs. I I will be on sale by members, but

arrived Tuesday to spend a dinner with Mrs. Barksdale's par- Sunday in Jacksonville visiting Mrs. Bertha Pearce. I Ward and Mrs. W. R. Haislo? are I Bruce L. Davis Jr. of Jacksonville I YOPLL LOVE the new Ester.. anyone not contacted may obtain

week with Mrs. Fortunas' parents, ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Horne their mothers, Mrs. Gus Felos and I Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Renner of I spending this weekend in Tampa who spent the day with the I brook one by calling the Hi-Y sponsor.
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Mrs. E. Ramos. Gainesville were Easter guests of with Mr. and Mrs. Claude Moore. pur- fountain p 'n> i ir'pastel l
Rev. and Mrs. R. E. MacBlaine. in Hampton.Mr. Da vises. Dr. C. J. Houpt. They will also
Mrs. Herbert Green and f Mrs. A. F. Sauls. Rev. Harold E. Bullock spent shade" Only $2.58 at Bradford -
Miss Voncille Clardy of Zephyr- : and Mrs. Jack Trawick and son 'Ibe! on sale at the Bradford County
Little
hills spent the weekend with Mr. son, Buddy, spent the weekend in Herbert, and Mrs. J. H. Fields were Planning to attend the state I this week in Nashville, Tenn. asa Patricia Elaine Noegel, ;1: (Count Telegraph. !Telegraph. E
Florida daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gene
and Mrs. Carl Hunter and shopping in Gainesville Thursdayof Federated Woman's Club delegate to the annual Sunday 3
Rev. R. E. MacBlaine family. Tallahassee where they attendedthe last week. convention in Tampa next Tuesday -I 1 School Convention of the Assemblies Noegel, was christened Sunday ,I -i r""'!i r"'!i r...i r""'!i r..............,...,...,,....,,....,...........,....,,....,............................................--....................
gave & funeral of Mr. Trawick's father ) '===========O=OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOi1t
talk on the Chaplain's Work at H. D. Trawick, on Saturday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Walker of t are: from the Junior Woman's of God. While there, he was morning by Rev. R. F. McBlainein !

Raiford State Prison at St. Mary's : and Mrs. Wallace Faulk and Savannah, Ga. were recent guestsof Club, Mrs. Doyle Conner, president, I the guest of Mr. and Mrs. O. S. St. Mark's Episcopal church.
Church, Daytona Beach on Tues- [ of Jacksonville were I' Mr. and Mrs. Ewell Lawson.Mr. 'Mrs. Ned Yancey Mrs. J. E. i Dixon parents of Mrs. Don Bag- Sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
daughters Hardy, Mrs. S. G. Denmark Mrs. liam Noegel' and Mrs. N. W. Lan- i iI
day. Thursday evening dinner guests, : and Mrs. C. L. Currie haveas I well of Starke. ._ f
I Stanley N-oegel Mrs. T. C. Hazen, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Moyer of caster.
last week, of Mr. and :Mrs. :Maxie guests for two weeks, :Mrs. I
1 Carter, Sr. Currie's mother, Mrs. John Briggs, Jr., and Mrs. Steve Simmons. ,Jacksonville visited their son-in- Dr. and Mrs. T. G. Ritch and
eston of and grandmother Mrs. F. D. Ket- | Mr. and Mrs. Morris Williams ,law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. children Tom and Jan and Mrs E IA
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. tler, of Columbus, Ohio. i Viand daughter, Elaine of Lake City Frow Strickland and family on Clifton Brown went to Chicago.

Jacksonville were weekend Andrews.guestsof Mr. and Mrs. George Simpsonand (are spending six weeks with Mrs. I Sunday. The Stricklands also had Ill. last Saturady where Dr. Ritoh'I : I
Carl
Mr. and Mrs.Gardner and :Mrs.J. Mr. and Mrs. Al Harley spent I Williams' parents, Mr. and Mrs. I as Saturday visitors, Mr. and Mrs. is attending the American Railway
Mrs. George
Sunday in Jacksonville.Mr. Jesse Newsome.: while Mr. Williams W. H. Edwards of Atlanta. Surgeons convention this week.
W Andrews visited Mrs. -Zack and Mrs. Berry Johns of is working in this section for I'I Mr. and Mrs. Henry Godwin are Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Howe.Jr. TV SERVICE
in I
Glendale hospital
the
Roberts in I Hercules.Mr. with Mr. and .
Jacksonville were visiting :Mrs. I spending ten days and children of St. Augustine j $2.00
M Palatka Sunday. Johns' sisters, :Mrs. Dorothy Sul- and Mrs. Louis Gay of Jacksonville -!Mrs. E. H. Register in Miami. I II spent Thursday to Sunday with I
1 Mrs. M. F. Hazen. president of were Sunday afternoon I Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Seymour the Raymond Howes. CALLS
livan :Mrs. Grew and Miss
the Starke Garden Club, Mrs. P.I"Pat Lamb, on Audrey Sunday.Mr. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lee I spent Tuesday in Jacksonville.i I Little Jennifer Diane Davis, 'I 'ulnimum
J. Quattlebaum Mrs. S. E. Sparks Crosby, Jr. Stefanelli
Mrs. Henry
.. I : and Mrs. J. E. Hardy and i Mr. and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Parts Additional (Within City Limits)
and Miss Clara Leaman are attending I Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Hartmannof Sunday guests Mr. .
,had as Davis
family visited Mr. and Mrs. L. W. i andfrs'l. of Gainesville, was christened -,
the 28th annual Jacksonville Beach visit- and family
com.en-I Barry and family in Brooker on were I> Sam Caruso Saturday afternoon by Rev. R.I e MOST DEPENDABLE
Loans For CitizensOf
tion of the Florida ing Mr. and Mrs. Al Hartmann I sonville Mr. and Mrs. E. McBlaine in St. Mark's Epis-
Garden Clubs at the George Sunday.Mr. Sunday. I Adams of Lake City, and App. a MOST FULLY STAFFED & EQUIPPED
Starke And 'copal church
wash-I and Mrs. W. H. Bryan and Great Sponsors were W.
ington Hotel Attending the annual WSCS Seaman Sam Murihee of N. North
family and Mrs. Charles Hardy, of Raiford and Mrs. e LONGEST ESTABLISTEI (NoFIy-By-Night i )
Trading Area Thursday and Friday. Conference of the Methodist Lakes, Ill. Lucile Davis
and Miss Holland
Beryl
-
I Sr. of Gainesville were Sunday
Mjr. H. H. Adams was home on I Church in Fort Lauderdale Mon- Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Brannen, of Gainesville.Mr. .
afternoon visitors of :Mr. and :Mrs.
a leave of absence from Camp day to Friday are Mrs. Titus of Hampton. Mrs. A. L. Sullivan
Marion Finance Co. of Gainesvilleoffers .
Charles Hardy and Mr. and :Mrs.J. and Mrs. James Stewart of CHAS C. SHEPHERD
the people of Starke their Gordon, Ga. last week. Dr. and I families. Olson, District officer, Mrs. Henry of Miami, Raleigh Brannen of ,Tampa spent the weekend with
E. and
famous loan These Mrs. Adams had as their guest: Hardy Godwin delegate, and Mrs. C. D. Hampton and Mrs. D. W. Mooreof
are
plans. plans! the Easter Mrs. M. H. Colley. Mrs.
Charles Lawson spent Colley RADIO TV
to from Thursday to Saturday Lt. Williams, Conference Officer. Starke visited their aunt Mrs. -
designed help worthy working
,weekend with friends in Columbia :Miss Virginia Sewell of Fort who will soon cele- also had as Sunday dinner guests. Phone 239 Starke, Fla.
people of alll walks of life. The Robert Berger of Camp Gordon. i W. S. Futch, Mrs. E. L. Stewart and daughter.
S.
"GET ACQUAINTED" $25.00 or Mrs. John Love Wilkes spent C.Mrs. Lauderdale spent Thursday to brate her 93rd birthday. Mrs. Doris, of Camp ,
50.00 PAYDAY Loan or the more the weekend in Coral Gables with I Ethel Pickren of Gaines- Monday with her parents, Mr. and Futch lives with her son Mr. and Blanding.

popular BUDGET Loan. This! her son-in-law and daughter. Mr. ville spent the first of the week Mrs. W. B. Sewell. l\fr.... U.A n.A. Fntch. -
consolidates the many bills yon and Mrs. Frank Evans. with her daughter, Mrs. Seeber Mr. and Mrs. Burt Twining and Mrs. J. B. Drennan returned to

. now have Into a ONE payment Attending the WMU Baptist'Goodman and family. The Good Mrs. May Woodie of Endicott her home in Columbia, S. C. after

plaa with One place to owe. This! Convention in Lakeland Tuesday ,mans also had as Sunday guests, N. Y. are visiting Howe Twiningfor spending a month with her son-in- ii'

one plan may save ;you up to 50 and Wednesday were Mrs. H. L. Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Pickren of several weeks. law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. IS THE TRUTH ?
per cent of what 'you are now Brownlee Mrs. Tom Harding, Mrs. I Ocala. :Miss Ann Cressler was home Claude Crowson.Mr. .

paying. Why not call Marlon W. B. Mundy, Mrs. L. D. Haines Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hardy en- ,'from U. ol F. for the Easter holiday and Mrs. Maxie Carter. Jr.

Finance today at MSS Gainesville and Mrs. R. J. Daniels. Mrs. J. A. tertained at a family reunion on weekend. and Sonny Strickland were in Or-
yep? Call us collect and let Griffin, who is visiting relatives in Easter Sunday. Guests were Mrs.G. Mrs. Joe Wilson spent the week- lando Sunday visiting Mrs. Car

Marion Finance solve those Money. Lakeland this week also attendedthe I E. McGauley, Mr. and Mrs. Jennings end with her sister. Mrs. Sam ;ter's parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. B.
'robler .s with one of those fast I! convention.Mr. McCauley, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Dell Sr in Gainesville. I Spencer DID WE SAY MISLEAD?

helpful Loans Remember the and Mrs. Vic Frees are attending I I:Motes- and son, and :Mr. and Mrs.
payment plan is made to fit your a Buyers and Purchasing Frank Stokes, all of Palatka. ,I DID WE SAY 'MUDDY THE WATER'?

budget. Agents convention in Palm Beach Mrs. Eunice Resmondo and Mrs. I

George EDls the friendly managerat from Thursday to Sunday. Delia Drew of Jacksonville were Ij j II We Did And We Meant It
Marlon Finance welcomes you Mrs. Albert Lee returned home Sunday guests of :Mr. and Mrs. I -- .

to Inquire Into the Loans offer by Sunday from Riverside Hospital Donald McRae. ON YOUR TRIP
this Loan Company. Rememberalso where she was confined the past ; Mrs. W. A. Trawick of Macon, i SAVE For that is exactly what the representative of

that this Is another business ten days following surgery.Mr. Ga. and Mrs. H. P. Moye returnedto
transaction which Is confidential and Mrs. Charles Hardy at- the home of Mrs. Moye in Or- I NORTHby I Ii Fairbanks, Morse & Co. is trying to do concerningthe

ts just between the borrower and 'I tended the wedding of Mrs. lando last Friday after spending
purchase of equipment for municipal
the Lender The cost Is small. I Hardy's brother, Jennings Mc- three weeks with Mrs. Moye's son- __ our

For Instance $50.00 for 80 days Is I Gauley, to Miss Jean Bogen in in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. i GREYHOUND power plant.In .

only $1.75 Interest rod Other I Palatka Tuesday evening Apr. 5, G. S. Newcomb.

plans are In proportion So i at the Baptist church. YOU'LL LOVE the new Ester- I
Finest Bus Service in History his paid advertisement last week he told that the New Bern X. C.
for your next money needs see I I I Mr. and Mrs. J. Huston McClaneand brook purse-size fountain pens in you

Marion Finance at Gainesville. sons of Atlanta spent the pastel shades. Only $2.58 at Brad- W. Palm Beach $ 6.30 Lexington, K)'. $14.45 generators are "obsolete"' because the information appeared recently in

Marion Finance weekend with Mr. and Mrs. George ford County Telegraph.Mrs. Miami ?--____ 7.75 Gad Rapid Iowa 24.65 one of the Country's leading news journals that National Supply Co. had' "t

Flynn. E. L. Patton of Jacksonvilleand New York ____- 21.00 Denver, Colo. __ 30.90 discontinued the manufacture of diesel engines. This, he says, makes i .
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Waters and
Mrs. Meta Miller of Washington -
Company Inc. Mm U.So To* Superior engines obsolete. .
I daughters, Suzanne and Frances, D. C. were luncheon guests of
218 West University Ave I spent last Thursday and Friday Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Middleton on Trips Anywhere .
Over The Gainesville Gas Co. (with Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Ford in week. The Mid For Group

-Phone------ 5333! I(Jacksonville and---- Sundav with Mrs.ESZS2S2S2S2S2S2S2SZS2S2S25HS2SZS ;'Thursday dletons also of last_had_ as visitors. mat !1 It's Smarter to Charter a Greyhound IS THIS THE TRUTH? -- YOU BE THE JUDGERead

Leland Waters in Alacluu. afternoon, Mr. and Mrs. E. L.
GREYHOUND BUS STATION
and Pat i
ty Middleton of Jacksonville.granddaughter Tt'fIlpleA"t". Phone 14 id this letter from the General !Manager of The White Motor Companyof

Starke, Fla. Springfield 111. and draw
conclusions.
Everett McKinney of Tallahassee -, your own

was home for the weekend.
Mr. and Mrs. Ewell Lawson and I

MITCHELL'S son, Jimmy, were in High Springs ____
Sunday afternoon visiting Mr. and : r-- -_

Mrs. D. F. Cook. They also visitedB. THE WHITE MOTOR COMPANYDIESEL

T. Thomas in the Alachua Gen- __ c .
"
2 FOR 1 2 FOR 1 eral Hospital.Mr. ,', _. i, ___,' _ ,_ 0'_ __ _0-' ___ ._ .___ ._ ___ n--- 0 '-. ENGINE DIVISION
PLUS Ri PLUS and Mrs. E. W. Allen visited

A PENNY : "", """,!, '?" .., ...., ..4 1 A PENNY Mr. and Mrs. Lyle C. Blow in Or- Superior Engines -. Atlas Imperial Diesel Engines
lando over the weekend.
SPRINGFIELD, OHIO
!
Miss Idell Landrum of Durham, .
!iN, C. was home over the weekend.
7 1955
April ,
Mrs. Ray Wilson of Ottumwa,

La. was the weekend guest of Mr. Dedicated To Community Service :Mr. Carl Johns, City Clerk '
:1CApril and Mrs. Garl Mathews, who also -Movies Are Better Than iCver"If Starke, Florida

: had as Sunday guests, Mr. and
( j you find your name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad
Mrs. Bert Hunt of Jacksonville Dear :Mr. Johns:
Baech, Mr. and Mrs. Dillon \\'hisler -I cut ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKETS

of Neptune Beach, Mr. and :Mrs. Our Florida representative. J. W. Camp, phoned

Virgil Mathews and daughter, I SAT.. APRIL 16 ONLY !I SUN., MON. AND TUES. this morning to inform me of the representations recently

Patsy, of Atlantic Beach, Mr. and I DOUBLE FEATURE April 17, 18 19 made by Fairbanks, Morse & Co. directed to your purchaseof
13 14 15 16 Wed. Thru. Sat. Mrs. Lowell Mathews and son of the five :Model 80 Superior generating sets owned by the

Starke, and Bruce Mathews of Flaming Feather 1 City of New Bern, North Carolina.Mr. .
j

Thousands Of Rexall Products On Sale ... Gainesvillle.Mr.. and .Mrs. Dave Paulk were .. -.. : Camp stated that Fairbanks, :Morse's representatives

Stock Up Now.. One Penny Buys hosts at the annual Paulk family I.t -; ".. I have circulated information concerning the acquisition by
The White :Motor Company of Cleveland Ohio of the
reunion at their home on Crosby Engine
Twice As Much Lake over the weekend. Guests I ra';: I I"v I Division facility formerly owned by The National Supply

included, :Mr. and :Mrs. Jeff Paulkof ,fl";':. '<'-'-'b. .arturr.w......a.rsroaono KSaWro. Company and located at Springfield Ohio. I understandthat
THIS IS JUST A FEW OF THESE Willacoochee. Ga., :Mr. and Mrs. _': Fairbanks, Morse have stated or inferred that enginesof
John Stone of Kingsland, Ga., Mr. Plus Cartoon and News the Superior and Atlas types will no longer be manufac-

BONUS BUYING MONEY SAVERS! and Mrs. Clifford Paulk of San- tured and that service parts will not be available.

ford, Mr. and Mrs. Edison Paulkof GEORGE KOPELOUSOS

Jacksonville, :Mr. and Mrs. i Any statement which may have been made indicating
ADRIENNE
Aspirin Tablets Brooks Paulk of Fort Myers, Mr. h WED. THURS. and FRI. that The White :Motor Company does not intend to continueto
Lip Stick and Mrs. Roswell Paulk of St. ti manufacture
April 20, 21 22 Superior and Atlas Diesel engines and to
Reg. Sic : and Lt. Robert Paulkof *_t render
Reg. $1.00 Marys John service for those engines presently in the hands of
Greenville, Miss. and their purchasers is false and without foundation.The .

2 For 55C for $1.01 families.Mr. .
2 : and Mrs. Jesse Newsomeand : general conditions surrounding the acquisition of

son, John. :Mr. and Mrs. Mor- \ The National Supply Company Engine Division property at

Rubbing Alcohol Saccharin TabletsReg. ris Williams and daughter, Elaine.:I I Springfield, Ohio by The White :Motor Company of Cleveland,

and Mrs. Mary Bolick attendedthe With Hayden and Whalen Ohio was given sufficient publicity in the various financial

Reg. 69c I 33c: wedding of Miss Joyce New- : eIN E papers to have afforded Fairbanks, Morse & Co. with a more
I some to Byron Hollingsworth of w-gt t0ibwme
AND
accurate interpretation of the of The White Motor
I Ii plans
For For Lake City in the Frst Baptist Bra IIOf xm.r
7QC 36C ,
2 2 Company. Their action inexcusable.In .
appears
..l fDSTU.IDJI.I'1U.AKJOOJI.RDIO
I |i Church, Gainesville, at 8 p.m. PAID TO KILL _
n*ky HURT
Tuesday night. The ceremony was tBM<*.lMIDlu4Hc. >APMMO 'i order that you may be able to present the correct
w p- |HUBS t WCM* (nan n WCOlN r
KLEENEX SEE OUR performed by Rev. L. D. Haines ,' I information to the members of your City Council and the
.
of Starke.Mr. I' [Plus "Down Hearted Duckling" citizens of Starke. Florida, we are pleased to attach copy of
Tooth Brushes STATIONERYVALUES : and Mrs. W. B. Boyd and % ?, Cartoon and Latest World News. press release carrying the joint statements of Mr. Robert

Reg. 39c ton Mr., and Billy Mrs.of Crosby St. Petersburg H. Dawkinsand and I : ti F. Black, President of White :Motor, and* Ir. A. W. McKinney,

Jacksonville I FRIDAY. APRIL 15 President of National Supply.In .

2 For 40C ALL daughters with bf their ,I i ; LAST SHOWING
Easter parents
TWICE AS .MUCH spent : our opinion the Superior Model 80 engines which you
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. tollman. A
FOR A PENNY MORE are purchasing from New Bern should provide many yearsof
surprise birthday celebration was -5__< ___ ---
ADRIENNE satisfactory operation in your community.With .
Mr. Nollman on SHOW!
also given for THREE/'FOR THE _
All-Purpose Cream Flash LightsReg. a
that day. best wishes, remain
we
F : very
Reg. $1.00 S9c Mrs. Richard Ray and childrenof > ;
.r.1IiR .
Jacksonville spent Wednesday aL i -uu-, Sincerely yours, .

2 For $1.01 2 For 90C visiting Mrs. Ray's parents, Mr. I BETTY MARBEWEOWER William F. Burrows
and Mrs. J. S. Sapp. General Manager
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Patrickof i 6RABLEGHAMPP

Sneeds were visiting Mrs. Pa-
Better Take Advantage How! trick's mother. Mrs. Steve Weldon, JACKlEMMOH 1.
over the weekend.Mr. With Oana Clark liD MyruI tlcCorm'cteacwt

and Mrs. Junius Smith and ; y,4 !
MITCHELLS: DRUG STORE"Your son. Bob, spent Friday and Satur- Plus "Rido Beta Kappa" Cartoon tECHkIC.and '
F of Starke
day in :Milledgeville Ga. visiting Chapter No. 2 Serial. The City
"Your Rexall Store"
Cadet Butch Smith. .
k'.ey M I* rOF'' a IfW.D Sife1
61 Starke, Fla. Mrs. A. F. Sauls and Mrs. C. H. IRS. D. L. SILCOX httt* JO.*UfJ ten*/ IWTB

.. . .. .. Quick were in Jacksonville shop- ". _. -- -, --- -- -.
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I fYYTYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYI I'? MAN CALLED PETER" !, 1 fYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYLAWTEY family of Raiford were Sunday I.laxville. were Sunday guests of |(Orlando.

guests of :Mr. and Mrs. C. Y. Cope- Ir., and Mrs. Theo. Crews. j jMr.
Word has been meived heic 01

GRAHAMMrs. \ i i'land and family. and Mrs. Frank Cruce had the: mamagt- of Cpl. Mai\i i ii: I..
Miss Mary Julia Futch of Tallahassee
i a is, weekend guests their son-in-
John McKinneyAAAAAALLAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA I By Mrs. Joyce T. hutchAAAAAAAIAAAAALLAALLAAAA arrived Thursday for a I\;,aw and daughter Mr and Mrs r to Miss, Hann. !h'lt' li *:?\::'. .
: visit with her mother, Mrs. Joyce I
i lobert G Cailton Of Jd"ksorvL'! > t;t'rmanCpt: Oue is th. -
I Futch and brothers, Ralph and
I LA
1 ,and Mr and! MJ" Jim ('I UC e d >: Mi! and Mrs Fjai:" Oiiuo
{ Guests of Mrs. Leona Edwards i Terry. .
Mr. Mrs. H. C. Weatherington -,
and (* the weekend were Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Buckley and : I :
of Lutz spent the weekend son i' Sirs.unng Tucker daughter of Jacksonville spent the I j i : Ien's Clothing 1 1jj ;'
Bryant and family
III ALVAREZ STORE
with the latter's parents, the John 1'1:1
McKinne's.Mrs. tt Fernandina, and Mr. and Mrs.I Easter holidays with Mrs. Buck II Established 1894 ;,:
ley's parents, Mr. and Mis. M.
Kate Morgan was moved to of Carl: Edwards of Gainesville. They I .

the old folks' home in Jacksonville with Mrs. Edwards, were Sunday I Crews. I' ..
last week. 4xr II evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Waylen Sapp of:
and Mrs. L. L. Wainwright at the'Jacksonville attended; services at
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Hardee and r x i: 1
I.State:; Farm.Sightseers. ,the First Baptist Church Sunday I MOVINGDISTANCE
children of Valdosta, Ga. and Mr. I.I
I
to Stephen Foster morning, and were dinner guests i
and Mrs. R. B. Thompson and son
\]Memorial on Sunday were Mr. 'of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Pearce. --- -
Jacksonville were recent visit- as
of
I.I and: Mrs. Charley Bowen and sons, : Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Markhamand S Safe
Mrs. Dryden and Mrs. PHONE
ors of I II and Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Gault and i j i family of Gainesville were LOCAL

Crews. family. j visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. DependableEconomical
Mrs. Irene Ratliff visited her OR 311OR
,, Rev. Worth of Jacksonville was Dan Starling, last week.
mother, Mrs. J. F. Crenshaw. in LONGAgents
the speaker at the Woodlawn Bap-!|, Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Phillips had
Gainesville Sunday. and 7kR R. B. Alvarez
,
tist Church Sunday morning. '>as their guests on Sunday Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Gus Wynn were Mr. I I
Ronald Kimbrell spent the Eas-and' Mrs. Coleman Phillips of Wal- For TRANSFER AND. 250-J
Sunday guests of Mr. Wynn's son-
in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. day ter holidays in Jacksonville. His;i do, and Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Phil- Dtlcjier Bros. STORAGE CO.STORAGE.
iI i uncle and aunt, :Mr. and Mrs. Morns ,lips of Gainesville. I
Carl Broughton.
Johns and family returned j Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Suber of I
,
Broughton
Walter Ratliff, Billy '
and I home with him and were dinner Jacksonville were weekend guests:
Lamar Starling, and Raymond ,
,guests of Mr. Johns' parents Mr. :)f Mr. and Mrs. Luther Hilliard. I II
Leonard Moody enjoyed an egg ( '
and Mrs. and Mrs. Ernie Johns. |I Mr. and Mrs. Jim Moore Edwards I
Mr.
hunt at the home of
I Marley Griffis, with his mother,j of Atlanta called on Mr. and ferryman Bldg. S. Court St. Starke, Florida

Elma Stokes last Sunday. and : Todd and Jean Peters are obviously! very much I 1 Mrs.: Collie Griffis went to Orlando -!I:Mrs. Fred :Moore Saturday aftt'I ]"- ._ .- _. .!E'\II5! ,,,, __ -1
Charlie
Mr. and Mrs. Pegg I -
children of Bradenton visited their ; scene from ".\ Man Called Peter." movie version j, last Tuesday to be with Mr.,noon.We I

son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and I -!'(' not el, whhh will be shown at the Florida I,Griffis who is a patient in the I are glad to report that Mr v--- I
: B. and Mrs. Hiatt, former See This Amazing Value! .
T. Hospital.Mr. Clyde
Mrs. Shell Abernathy, last week- I ) through Tuesday. I' i
i and Mrs. Wilford Dinkinsof ,residents of Lawtey:! are planning r ._, I
end.Emily McKinney visited rela- 'I .. ... y.1{ VYVYYYYYYYYVYYYYYYYYYYYYLONG Jacksonville spent the weekend:to locate here again. I PIECE

aid with Mr. and Roy Griffis and I Mr. and Mrs. James Wainwright'!
tives in Gainesville last Saturday. I
and I j twins and Elaine, of LIUING ROOM
family. and Wayne -
Mr, and Mrs. John McKinneyand 1 BRANCH I
children were supper guests of Gail ; Fay Durban returned from mili-,(Melbourne., have recently moved I Ii
in I tary service last week. He recently -i.to Lawtey and are occupying the
Mr. and Mrs. V. L. McKinney Norman I GROUP
Gainesville Sunday night."What Lacy I by Mrs.! J. L. Strickland spent some time in Northern J,Joyce Futch rental house.

C. I ,I I Africa. His sisters, Mrs. Idelle Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Durham of
A *AAAA&AAAAAAAAALAAAAAAUThe 1 Boyette, and Miss Bettie Durbanof Jacksonville spent Sunday after-

I I Leonard Norman,j VMS and Brotherhood of Jacksonville, were here with noon with their niece, Miss Mary

I and Ruth Marr!.the Long Branch Church held a their parents, Mr. and Mrs Ed'Julia Futhch. .

J M. City Sunday after\.special meeting Tuesday of last Durban to welcome Fay home. I Mrs. Roy Hightower of Valdosta, .

o Mrs. Kathleen Nor- week and each enjoyed an interesting The Mark May family of Tampa Ga. was here for the services Sunday /

J. baby daughter in I program.We visited the Irving May family this I at the First Baptist Church

j week. j as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Fla."A are very proud of ,
W. C. Hardee and,Sidney Wellhausen young Misses Betty and Hazel Craw-'Siemer.
I who conductedthe
Mr. Easter Sunday in! ; devotional at prayer meeting ford of Jacksonville spent several: I Members of the Lawtey School

Mr. Hardee's broth-I last week. We hope he will, con- days with their parents, Mr. and I faculty spent the long holiday at
sister, the Oscar I tinue the good work. !Mrs. Jack Crawford. the following places; John BUrr. "q'Actual
I
|I We had 78 in Sunday School, :Mrs. Dan Harley is spendingthis Jin Mount Dora visiting his par- ,
Harvey conducted;: week in Tampa. She will attend -!ents; Mrs. William Gruman in
and 62 of these had studied the
at Oak Grove Bap-j' the Eastern Star Convention:Daytona Beach; and Mr. and Mrs.
lesson 52
; were 100 cent
per members -
as week. while there. ;Jack Estes were* shopping in
and 49 Bibles were brought.
c# n.t i0. attending Easter Easter holiday guests of Mrs.1;Jacksonville.
There is a total enrollment of 89
Sunday were Johnnie John Shuford and son, Dave, were j Mr. and :Mrs. Ernest Peavy of
so let's all work for improvement.A '
4 If we don't come back Winfred Wilkin i Training Union Mr. and :Mrs. Joe Shuford and JQcoee, were guests last week of

from Man? Those wonderful Mrs. Edward Knight, Long Branch was organizedat family of St. Augustine, and Mr. :Mr. and Mrs. Carl Prevatt.
Sunday '
dinners at the Guidon Grill!" Mosely and mother, night 'and Mrs. Phil Shuford of Palatka.I :Mrs. Gara Dorman of Ocoee
with 19 enrolled in the di
I adult 'I' David Kelly, a student at Flori-I{spent several days last week with
You'll make it l>ocwe've vision. The Bayless Highway :
da Southern College, Lakeland, her sister and brother-in-law, Mr.
: Stephens of Tampa Church will be with us this Sun-
got a hunch spent the weekend with his par- and Mrs. Blaine Teston.
Saturday with Mrs. day night and On Our : Floor
But stop by, and maybe we can ents. On Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Guests of the O. J. Anders ( Photograph Display )
Crews,
Maggie learn lots from them.
we'll pack a lunch! Kelly and son, Wendell carried family on Sunday were Mrs.
Miss Crews Mr. and Mrs. Harry Harris of him back to school. Johnny Jenkins and family, and One Sofa Bed All For Only
them there to spend
Jacksonville spent the weekend Miss Elizabeth Terry, was the, Miss Sherrie and Johnny Red-I

GUIDON GRILLGeorge Stephens' daugh-Van- with relatives at Clay Hill. weekend guest of her brotherinlaw -, grave, and Mr. and Mrs.. James One Platform Rocker
the Oscar
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i. Junior Carter, son of Jim and and sister. Mr. and Mrs. J. P,, Anders of Palatka. II | Two Step End Tables 9S

Ella Carter of Clay Hill, is In Wyrick, and Grannie Wyrick in I Mrs. Nellie Osteen and Mrs. Hattie -I

Kopelousos, Owner G. ; Lacey.Norman and I Frankfort, Germany now with the Tallahassee.Mr. Mathis of Tampa wehe here I One Coffee Table I

in Jacksonville armed forces. He is enjoying the and Mrs. Johnny Aguair and I I several days with their sister,
Starke, Fla. Mrs. Norman en- and the Mrs. Reddish.Mr. Two Table Lamps
.!scenery strange customs daughter Nancy were shoppingin : Mary t *
Hospital for a.lof the people.Mr. Jacksonville last Saturday.Mr. I and Mrs Markilee Padgett One Loop Rug

returned home Sat I I and Mrs. Clyde Pad ett and and Mrs. William Mann and Land I Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Padgett of
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family of Lutz were, weekend
Kirby Stringer and I
of relatives
guests at Clay Hill.
visited the W. C.
Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson is on the I
and Maggie Crews
sick list. Seems her throat is giv-
Mrs. Stringer is re
SLIP as Kathleen Har- ing days.her quite a bit of trouble these I


Rev. and Mrs. W. D. Jones and t

Ola Padgett visited Ida Manningin Discover this new Dodge for yourself I j

will spend the week- the Duval Medical Center Sun-

o BEAUTIFUL son-in-law and day afternoon. LJnnie Harris and

ELEGANT B. A. Brunners. others' from Maxville visiter her

Wall of St. Augus- last Friday.
PERFECT
days last week Those who took part in the Take command.

Call Peg at 239 G. Godwin. 1 Easter Egg hunt at Long Branch .
Caldwell spent the I Church say they had a grand time.

A Free ) with her brother- Their only regret was that they i; ..
I Judge and Mrs. didn't find all the eggs 25 were

in Starke. not accounted for. I imagine the

CHAS. C. I R. G. White, new- !'possums and coons were glad of)II getdIe thrill first and !

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I Ito his duties with Uncle Sam after wrapped around,it encircles I I Discover more "go" in this
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Dependable Service and Merchandise three weeks' i ,,
i enjoying a furlough you in a glass cockpit. I aircraff-type V-8 engine.
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Shop These Starke Business Firms I Friends of Mrs. J. S. Sapp of I I I II I

!Starke to know she --------------
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I Iis improving after a recent illness.! I

i Our school children enjoyed
what's I Size what's happened! ; -,,
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COMPLETE
DRY CLEANINGWE HERB'SKING I Thursday of last week. The teachers Admiring looks tell you I The new Dodge a up to 9 '

MOTOR PARTSFOR were assisted in serving refreshments that this floir-fasnionednew I Inches longer than compe

KONE by Mrs. Louise Nor- Dodge rules the road in I titionl! Yet it costs just a v;

CALL FOR ;man and Mrs Helen Sapp. '_'style.lt'ssteoGngthe"OK's" I little. more than the "low _

AND DRIVE-IN ; :Mr. and Mrs. Homer Stearns of -- from the costliest cars. I i priced three!"
GARAGES AND DELIVER
Tavares visited relatives here and I Io
FILLING STATIONS Package Milk 'I I II
Phone 135 Shakes in Jacksonville last weekend. Wanda I Ir

For Delivery And Norman accompanied them to -

CALL 203 KING KONES :Jacksonville. 1.
NEW Mr. and Mrs. Morris of
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STARKEMotor DELICIOUS !\Jacksonville visited the Ernie '--3&!' ;

Parts Co. CLEANERSBob REFRESHING iJohnses, last Sunday. ., ..,. x.
Temple Ate. Green 315 Temple Ave. I Rudolph Sapp has been on I "
I crutches for over a week due to

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.4 ._ 'be back in school Monday.Mr. .

CONEY ISLAND BEST MEAT I : and Mrs. Barney Eggers
HIGH TESTED land children of Jacksonville visited

THICK WALL SANDWICH SHOP IN TOWN I relatives here last weekend.
FOREMOST ICE CREAM

CONCRETEBLOCKS AND MILK 0 I I

Sandwiches Of All KlndiOllt'n
FULL LINE I
8 a.m. 10:30 pin.ALL .

DAY SUNDAY GROCERIESEDWARDS : We Earned the

And Tenth Street

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Bicycles 218 South Walnut St. I EOUR LETTER AwgROq4

Phone 91 AXD REPAIRING I I I It's the biggest rush since the Klondike! DRIVE THE NEW
SAWS FILED

BRADFORDENGINEERING LA11MOWERS REPAIRED I I Come in and discover yourself uhat'snappened to make

CO. Simpson Bike ShopS. I OPEN SUNDAY 'I this new Dodge the most talked-about car of the year. ,

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Presbyterian ChurchFri. '.TYTTTTYYYYYYY9 YYYYY' 'Man Called Peter'Is I I YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY 'I Poultry Project !: Cigarette Tax


Sat.Senior High Youth HAMPTONBy Unusual Film PINE LEVEL I By 4-H Members Off Slightly

Rally, Riverside Presbyterian f...
.JICHURCHIi Church Jacksonville. Coming To Florida"A iTo Run One Year In February '
Mrs. D. E. Hill
Sat., 3 p. m.- Adult Choir I\ liy :Mrs. H. :M. :McKaeAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA j t!
tice. pracI I AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALetter Man Called Peter," an in- I 1 Ten 4-H club members each re- J A check for $2,615.05 was received -

spirational CinemaScope production -i iceived 100 chicks last week to by the City Clerk Carl
Sunday School 9:45 a. m Morn- Slade Home Burn., I "
r ing Worship 11 a. m., "Christ's Sunday MorningThe about the life of Peter Marshall i We enjoyed the beautiful Easter j start a special 4.H club poultry Johns Monday as Starke's shareof

Methodist\/ Church At The TabernacleThe II Message to You." Youth Fellow- six-room frame house of Mr. a Scottish immigrant who:I I! services at Pine Level Baptist project. This project, whichill I the the Beverage cigarette Department taxes collected for the by
ship, 6 m., Ida McAliley and died at the height of his j Chutch last Sunday conducted by I I
p. and Mrs. Lester Slade at Hampton career i) run for one year, will serve as aI month of
February. This is
Church School 9:45a. : annual anniversary ,Rev. W. S. McAliley, hosts. Evening Lake burned as chaplain of the I'Rev. W. E. Hall. There was special I I 1 slightly -
Sunday program\ to the ground Sunday U. S. Senate, j' means of teaching poultry raising i below the amount of 2i61.23I
music by the Youth I
led
m. Morning Worship 11 a. m., end fellowship dinner was held Worship of God., 7:30" p. m., 'The morning in a fire apparently ,,'ill be shown at the Florida I'Miss I: Pansy Johnson.Class and also by j from the baby chick through a II IIi I collected for the same month aIyear
Recrea- in Worship caused by a flare-up of the Theatre Sunday through I .
the Taber- gas Tuesday.
"A Searching Question. Monday night Gospel !i songs and piano music led by Fred:period of egg-production. These ago.
Tues., 10 a. m.- :Meeting: of stove in the kitchen. :Mrs. Slade Starring Jean Peters and I
tion Time 5:30: p. m. Fellowship nacle annex where arrangementsof lHaislop i Tony Gonzalez, and oth- ten club members will assume the Other checks distributed to
I 'I
Suwannee Presbytery, Lake Shore and son, C. W., were attending: Richard Todd, the film tells a other cities
I in
Supper for Intermediates and Sen- spring flowers were used in Presbyterian Church, Jacksonville.. church in t jers. responsibility of caring for the Bradford Countyare
Hampton when the fire! !vivid story of a man whose rela-
I :Mrs.: Lilla Smith__ of Orlando_ _______ _is_ 'chicks throughout this period and as follows: Brooker, $160.06;
iors, 6:15 p. m. Worship Service, decorating. Preceding the dinnera Wed., 7 p. m.April meetingof was discovered and all their be-I ion with God was more intimate n Hampton. $91,82 $253.34.
will ,
I few (I II I carry out different phases of ; Lawtey
spending a days here with her
for, MYF Groups, 6:45 p. m. Evening program of music was presented Men of the Church. longings were lost before anything" than any chronicled in modern Keystone
{son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and 'the program such as early separation Heights received
Services 7:30 p. m. under the direction of Mrs. Flor-!I Thurs., 3:30 p. m.Junior Choir j I could be removed.Mr. times. The book, on which the 61289.
: i
from
.Mrs.:: A. J. Fender. j jj of pullets cockerels so
I'(practice. Meeting of Sunday School, Slade, who had been cooking film was based, was written byj 1 I Ii :
Methodist Men 7:30p. that Of the
Monday : ence Hipple, in the Tabernacle We cockerels may be fed out for approximately 29J: incorporated -
I dinner, had left the house Peter Marshall's j are glad to report: that
Dinner and meet building committee, 7:30 p. m. to go to wife. Catherine. ; R.j 1
m. program Auditorium. After dinner, I 'M.:: meat purposes, vaccination to prevent -
greetingwere
municipalities,
is Starke
ing. a store at Hampton Junction, and I after his untimely death. Crosby much improved and I fowl
read from Dr. Charles H. HI-WAY CHAPEL the blaze was discovered by Mrs.L. It took Mrs. i i returned home Saturday after pox periodical culling rates at 80th. in amount of cigarette -
Tuesday -- WSCS Prayer Group Piedmont j I of God A. I Marshall ten j]spending several days in St. '..inI |of the pullets to establish a pro- taxes collected. The
I Stevens president of (Assembly ) Wynn a neighbor who tried months to write "A Man Called ,jductive home flock largest
9:30: a. in.Wednesday. I I Bible School, Winston-Salem, N. I to fight it with a garden hose I Peter" and, about half cent's Hospital. and proper scare paid goes to Miami, 201.
way I of for maiket.
eggs
.Children's Bible C.; Dr. Rober Congdon, Portland, I Sunday School 10 a.m. Wor- through a window. Smoke and through, she bogged down I Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis visited 801.01. while the smallest is sent
I despite
Hour 3:30 ship Hour 11 a.m. Special feature: heat their little These ten club members will to the Town of Desoto $. 6S.
Junior
Story her City.
p. m. Ore,; and Prof. W. W. Finnerenof kept from making any;her great faith in what she was granddaughter, I
Choir Rehearsal 3:30: p. m. Bible Jacksonville, all members of .I Report from Regional Sunday headway, however. !.doing. One night the ending of 'Goldie Thomas of Brooker, who ,have opportunities to exhibit a I i

Study and Prayer, 7:30 p. m. the Tabernacle advisory:: committee. I School Convention Nashville. C. L. Cooper, forest ranger in the book came to her in toto in I!spent part of last week in the I selection of their birds in several Christian ChurchRev.

Thursday -- Youth Choir Rehearsal The messages congratulatedthe I Evangelistic Hour 7:45 p.m. I this area, was contacted and tooka ,its present form and all the rest'I'hospital at Gainesville. We are 4-H club poultry shows. An exhibition J. E. Sherwood, pastor
I sponsors on their 22 years of Wednesday Gospel Fellowship tank-equipped truck to help 'seemed" to fall i glad to know that she is conva- of pullets will be held at :
), 6:30 into
Chancel Choir easily
m. place.
p. (Christian work. Hour 7:45 p.m. II |1'control the blaze. !The book became a ilescing I nicely after undergoing an a county poultry show this fall. i I Sunday, 9:15, Bible school classes -
Rehearsal, 7:30 p. m. )II I I I 1I great success I It is planned to make up a judging for all
operation.Mr. I'' ages. C. W. Colsor.,
town I i The and 3upt
i lOut of guests attending I frame house had been sold stayed on the best-seller list
from
team this to
'the dinner were Rev. and Mrs. I TTTYYYTYTYTYTYYYTYTTYYYT by Slade, who has been building:,for 128 weeks. I and Mrs. Robert Groover the county in judging group poultry represent athj I i:;Morning: Worship 11 a.m. Evening
SHEPHERD'S I a new cement block dwelling oni i The greatest of Marshall's ser- and grandson, James all of Mi- I worship, 7:30 p. m. Christian En-
NEWS Harry W. Giles of Jacksonville; I various 4-H events. Awards !
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BROOKER{ the same lot, and was to have 'mons. delivered as pastorof the !'!ami, spent Thursday night! of last ]dearer 6 p. m.
;Rev. and Mrs. : |be made to the members on the
M. M. Brackman! '
I been moved to a new site. Wind !"Church of Presidents" in Wash-I week with Mr. and Mrs. B. basis of chicks raised, records I Bible Study and Prayer Meeting

,' and son, and Mrs. Zacharias of I Uy Polly Walt Jr. blowing from the lake kept the I Ungton, D. C., are incorporated in McRae. 1.I'kept, exhibition of birds and participation I;,7:30: p. Wednesday..
; Lake Butler; Mrs. Geo. F. Tib- flames from reaching the cementblock I the script. In his career as chap-j|i Mr. and Mrs. Loran Conner and in 4-H poultry shows. | Womans Council 1st and 3rd
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAThe structure. |lain he became known "the Mr. and Mrs. !Tuesday, 7:30: p.m.frs.. W. L.
;; bitts Mrs. F. Hipple, Mrs. M. as Xeal Crosby and son |t An egg show will be held in the i
Wood Miss E. Armindinger, and Intermediate Sunday School Council Meeting i j i conscience of the Senate." I all of Miami, and :Mr.: and Mrs. i[spring of 1956 to climax the pro-{!Andrews, president.
Class held an Easter hunt at II I Lavon Alvarez and Mrs. Lilla [ Church located on W. Call and
S ( Dr. Frank Morris of Park-of-the- Egg David Brown resigned as to.\, Ii|I i ject. Then new members will have j ji I
the Community Center with Mrs. I Smith of Orlando, all attended (Christian streets. A friendly welcome -
marshal at the ;
April meeting of an opportunity to participate in
j Palms; Mrs. Virgie Avery, Penney i I aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Had- i |
S [Farms; Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Johns, L. L. Dyal, Mrs. Guy Harrell, and the Hampton town: council last i dock. while their parents were: |church here Sunday. I I this program a year from now. !' waits everyone.
Mrs. J. C. Harrell as chaperones.Mrs. week, held at i I Mr and Mrs. F. L. Connors of
Gainesville; and Mr. and :Mrs. L. the home of :MayorIG. 'I I away. I The project will be under super-
I J, Wynn, Hampton. S Earl Green entertained the Wadsworth.. Mr. Wadsworth,, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Saxon Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. J. W.'jMcRae I'\ision of Miss Dorothy Ross, home I St. Mark's Episcopal

The regular services will continue Junior Training Union Class witha who has been ill for the last ;visited Mrs. Saxon's parents Mr. I of Plant City and son L demonstration agent and G. TWiggins II |j Cev. Raymond E. MacBlaln
weiner roast at her home last several weeks, had recovered sufficiently : I James of Starke attended church L Lt I i
i throughout the week.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. I' and Mis. A. G. Pope, in Eau Gal- I, :: county agent.
Monday.Mr. to attend the meeting at': ,lie for several days last week. I services here Sunday. Together This project is sponsored in Services at St. Mark's Episcopal

and Mrs. James Robinson his home, instead of the town hall i'>:: :Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Wiggins anddaughter I j with :Mr.: and Mrs. V. E. Thornton,, Florida and other states by the i Church will be as follows:

': I == visited Mrs. Rufus Green last where council meetings are ordinarily : Marie, and Mrs. :Mattie i"they were dinner guests of the H.JIM. Sears Roebuck Foundation and j Sunday: 9:45 aim Church

C Sunday. held.Appointment. Thompson of Jacksonville visited McRaes. Agricultural Extension Service. 1I | School and Adult Class; 11 a.m. -

Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Raborn, of a new marshal:!1 at the H. B. Wiggins home in, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Haislop.i I j Morning Prayer and Sermon; 6:30:
Kill two birds with one !shot I I
Mrs. Alwin Raborn and children. is to be made during this month. !I Hampton Sunday. Mrs. Thompsoni i(Mis. Lucille Lovell. and Judy; I I WOODJ.WIISSIOX.R: \' I p.m. Y. P. S. L.

keep jour !set in tip-top shape and Mrs. C. Moore of Jacksonville 'Grading and widening of Durdenj i (i is Mrs. Wiggins' sister. Haislop were visiting in Jackson- j BAPTIST CHURCH Wednesday: 7:30 p.m. Litany
,
:md save money. Impend on the visited the M. O. Harrells Thursday Street. for two blocks north from i I Miss Betty Durling was a weekend I ville last Saturday. :I 10 a.m. Sunday School 11 a.m. and Meditation; 8 p.m. Choir

expert at .CH.\S. C. SIIKPIIEKD. : I of last week. the main street, was done last-!I visitor with friends in Jacksonville I The J.V.. McRaes are visiting:j il preaching. 6:15 BTU, 6:43: prayer Practice.

-- --- 'S- i Mr. and Mrs. O. ft. Gano of week, as agreed at the March and attended the Navy I in Baldwin and Green Cove service, 7 o'clock song services Holy Communion: 1st Sunday,

Swan Lake, and Mr. and Mrs. M. I council meeting. Plans are to have; 'i ships' open house at :Maypoit. Springs. S 7:30 evening services. 11 a.m.; 3rd Sunday, 7:30 p.m.
I
.0t M. Gano and daughters of St. Au- the streets clayed in the near fu- I\

t t,4I gustine were guests of the R. _
ture.Other j -- -- :c:=-==
I \ < i\ > Ganos Sunday. F'I business included ar- 1II1i
Mrs. R. F. Gano spent rangements for a footbridge over

iay afternoon with her sister, ,the drainage ditch behind the ] WINKLER'S NTI ,:
,i Mr. J. W. Brown of Hawthorne. I I Christian church. i -- _

Rev. Donald Martin of Tennesee Ina Knight and the Joe Forsyth

recently visited friends in family attended a family reunionat
I I CHARLEY E. JOHNS & SON Brooker. Green Cove Springs Sunday. : BENDIX i :

Ii II i about this question Guests of the Lloyd Barrys Sunday Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Hammond ,
were Mrs. O. W. Barry of end daughter Willa. and H. W _
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I II I Wauchula Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Baker and daughter Edith were

II I Traffic has gotten so heavy, Hardy of Starke, and Mr. and I I Sunday dinner guests at the homeof Automatic Washer Tw- ;
i
I and speeds so great, that one :Mrs. Coleman Dees of Haines City. Mr. and :Mrs. John E. Hammond ,, -
I can haidly expect to come It's really been busy at the at Crystal Lake. '! I Ii
RCA Victor 17-Inch
thru the without Wait's this week. Their visitorshave I A miscellaneous shower for Mrs. j

h Victor Trent TV.lowest Cabinet priced 30 RCA% cident. year Does insurance an ac-to included the George Wait SCarla Lester Slade, whose home was de- ]i All New 1955 Models Be Here Early Quantities Are Limited! Iiill IiillI ill:

mailer than prior models.: cover medical costs on myself Gens, and Johnson families, stroyed by fire Sunday, followedthe -- --
N. Y., W.
all of Cassadaga .the program at the meeting of
Ebony finish. Matching and my passengers cost only
Roll Around" stand E. Woodins of Cranford, N. J., the the Baptist WMU at the church I I
on about $7? I
wheels available, extra. Charles Sampsells of Sinclair- Thursday evening April 14. Hos- Amazing Agitator Action-Outperforms Any .
Model 17S450. ville. N. Y., and the Fletcher tesses for the meeting were Mrs. i

family of Buffalo, N. Y.WMS Douglas Hardy and Mrs. Florrie JVill
Other Because It Has Flexible Wondertub ::: iiiJjjjil ""I
$159 MEETING Belle Brown. Mrs. K. B. Watterson -
Charley E. Johns Rev. and Mrs. C. B. Stallings; was in charge of the program, I. G7'!

were hosts at the pastorium for entitled "Sharing the Good News." See the [@ I

he business meeting of the Baptist Mrs. A. M. Burris and daughters, __ u :

& Son WMS. Mrs. Lloyd Dyal was Florrie Marie, Diane, and Bettyof i :
AgencyPhone elected president, Mrs. M. O. Har Jacksonville visited Mr. and

rell vice president, and :Mrs. E. Mrs. W. H. Maxwell in Hampton FULLY AUTOMATIC (

L. Lester, program chairman. Sunday. Mrs. Burris is Mrs. Max i I
13 Starke, Fla. Membership has increased so well's daughter. I
f ;
-. TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTfTffTFIRST that the group was able to be A-I Richard :May, who is stationed -! PORTABLE WASHER 11

formed as a union and maintain at Gunter Field, Montgomery I II
., :.- .: ... _. >- : ., ._!W <--_,-.:.. Circle One, young people, and Ala., is home this week on I!

Circle Two adults.Refreshments furlough with his wife and daughter. -[ .
WASHES RINSES, DAMP-DRIES: SHUTS ITSELF OFF
BAPTIST CHURCH I were served after I j I And all automatically! Easily outdoes any other
the closing prayer by :Mrs. R. F. Mr.: and Mrs. George Saxon and
I agitator washer because only Bendix has the Flexible
Gano. Holland Payne visited in Pompano!
Won'--'lib! I
STARKE FLA. Those with the hosts
.. present for the Easter holidays.
were Mrs. J. K. Douglas. Mrs. Mrs. J. A. Williams and :Mr.

RP1 ? Frank Tinny. Mrs. Eugene Crosby, and :Mrs. William Fowler and POWERFUL Undertow water action pulls suds and
LEWIS
D.
HAINES. Pastor
Mrs. Eddie Castlen Mrs. Amanda daughter were in Trenton Monday.Mr. clothes down into activated water. .

Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town Lewis. Mrs. Lottie Edwards Mrs. and Mrs. Otto Hicks Jr. 'j'

Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 Lloyd Barry. Miss Iva Mae Lewis, and son of Glen Springs Rd., FLOATAWAY. FLUSHAWAY DRAINING Never lets I .
Mrs. L. Parker, Mrs. Gano, and
Gainesville visited :Mr. and Mrs. r I
dirty water drain back in clean clothes. Dirty water oes. '
Mrs. Harrell. Otto Hicks
Sermons near Hampton Sun- out at the top and the bottom as the flexible sides close in. -
Sunday : 11:00 A.M. 8:00 P.M.
day.Mr. Light soils; and scum are floated through the
Sunday School 9:45 A.M. AIRPARK MISSIONARY and Mrs. W. F. Tucker and soap away :
Training Union 6:45 P.M. BAPTIST CHURCH family of Live Oak were guestsof hollow post. Heavy soil settles to bottom and is flushed "

Midweek Service Wednesday, 8:00 P.M. Sunday School 9:45: a. m. Morn- the. Wiley Williamsons Sunday. away through base of agitator! '.

ing Worship 11 a. m. Training Mrs. H. W. Baker and childrenare

Hear the Sunday Morning Service over WDVH at Union 6:15 p. m. Evening Service' visiting in Havre de Grace, EXCLUSIVE VACUUM I DRYING Removes excess .. .-

11 a.m. Regular Broadcast Every 1, 3. and 5 Sunday. 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting Wed- Md. this week. They returned with water safely. No broken buttons, no pulled seams. -. !.....

nesday 7:30 p. m. Rev. W. O. Mrs. Baker's brother, Richard I I .1 "

I Collins Jr., Pastor. Bowden, who had been visiting I I REALLY. 'PORTABLE ..Rolls_on casters right UD to the Reg.'199.95

II here.Mr.:: and :Mrs. C. 1.. Wilson of ] I sink, bath or laundry tubs rio permanent installation III
I I Miami moved Monday into the needed; filling hose snaps right on faucet drain hose hooks I I II

LECTURESHIPChurch -'*' or house vacated last week by Mr.: I'I'I I over sink edge. Roll it away into a small closet or cover *
:
.. y _. 'Z l I I and Mrs. W. T. C"Mr.t\man.Wilson who is | I and use as a table! 159L55
Callahan.
moved to I
Limited At This
Sale
Mrs. L. G. Johns' brother, and 1 Quantities Price
they formerly lived in Jackson I '"


of Christ ville.Mrs.. Frank Thomas and Mrs. ti'' SAVE $40.00 fli/II/jl :

Richard May and daughter Melody j I .......-
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drove to Jacksonville Friday tot I t t
fI _
shop and visit with the R. C. Gray j r -

S McMAHON & TENTH STS. STARKE FLA. family.Mr. I i.___ I-: ..-....., BENDIX I FAMOUSTUMBLEACTION t
and Mrs. J. A. Williams Jr.I ,

5 APRIL 17 24 7:45 P. M. of Miami were in Hampton for the :[ ; WASHER

weekend, visiting with his parents, '
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Williams and I
family.Mr. 'I' Save 60.00 on Fully Automatic 1955 Model

2 TIM. 2:15 Give diligence to present S and Mrs. Ed Durban and I Operates Unattended!

son Fay and daughter Betty visit- J
thyself approved unto Cod ed the Frank Williams, George S Heavy Djna-Surge cylinder takes full 9 pounds of dry wash _

Williams, and Mrs. J. L. Williams I porcelain finished for gentle handling of delicate things Set for

families in Hampton Saturday. f I "S ak" for nine-minute tumble-soaking of grimy work clothes. I, .

Fay Durban recently returned AU dials at jour fingertips table-surfaced Tip-Top closes to II

1 PET. 4 :11 "If any man speaketh. from Africa where he has been j keep them out of children's reach. Jutttet dial. and wait for '

stationed with the U. S. armed fluffy, spotless, damp-dried wash! ail done automatically! for I'I
j I you.
speaking as it were oracles of God forces. S Garments tumbled
are in a Harm water spray then deeprinsedtwice
Mrs. T. F. Brown and son Frank 1 each time with spin extraction that throws dirty Hater

were weekend visitors in Miami to outer drum, where it is drained-down and out, not through the

Come and Study with us the Bible -- Mrs.with Mr.Brown's and Mrs.son and Gordon daughter-Weest t wash as in ordinary washers!

See the wonderful Bendix at Winkler
in-law. It was Mrs. Brown's first
The Revealed Word of God visit to see her new grandson, born i Electric Service today take advantage Reg. 299.95
in January. of the world's lowest prices to get the '.
; $
Hazel Perry of Hampton left Wi washer jour dreams! 239s 'II I

aturday with his mother-in-law, I II

Competent Preachers and Teachers of the Gospel will I Mrs. Cowan, and her daughter, III III"all" II
Mrs. Edith Bruce both of Gainesville Detergent 4 4III

discuss such topics as "The Holy Spirit's Work," -. "The for Dallas Texas, where Mrs. !III Ii
Cowan is to undergo tests at a 20 LB. PKG.
Marks of A Glorious Church," ..-. "The Unity of the medical clinic. WINKLER

Church," and others that everyone should be vitally in- Mr.two and younger Mrs. Frank children Williamsand spent SU9 VALUESale L ELECTRIC I S SERVICE E illi! !

last weekend in Orlando, visitingthe Price95
terested in.
221 N. Temple Ave. Phone 166 !!!
James Broome family. Their Starke Fla. ,:i

two older children. Nell and Jim- Limit Two ;, 1

.nv. stayed with their uncle and I


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EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STAKKE, FLORIDA .

FRIDAY, APRIL 15, 1953
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JACK WAINWRIGHT I
Lovvfey T .11 are hereby notified Peceased.
that
Council a Ol:RIFFIX.
,IX CHARGE OF SPORTS """.: fr !T,,.S All creditor* and Prrnom HaTias -
Divorce i (Claim or Demand "..ind
SERVICE MEN P" SPORTSErrorFilled ; Views has been filed against you in the !taid I':..tate:
Quarterly ah\e named Court and cause and, You and each of you ar. h."'"* -
I I v "u are required to serve a copy of|i n II four answer or pleading to the com-'el aims and demands which > "'
1 I Financial StatusThe plaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney ther of you. may have aga n,' i
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.I I I I' nald Gibson. 100 Smith Dldg, "lO.nvIlie ,state of Thomas J. Griffn d.
Game Brings 5-3 Loss j .1 i i. n'.. FWida, eetnd 1, late of said County to the i'
D. C. file the original In the office''l*r Judge of Bradford Count F
.* GT. CARLISLE NAMED I Lawtey City Council on Washington of the Clerk of the Circuit i ior I, at his office in the court 1 hf
Court i
i Monday night voted to have the April 11 1955 before on ; said County at Stark.. K. .
the
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OUTSTANDING SOLDIER'Sgt. To Bradford At Hands Of GainesvilleThe otherwise the allegations day of May of, 1955-: 'ithin eight calendar m.nthr f;
'present garbage dump said Tl
Al K. of Mrs. surveyedand Complaint will be : ie time of the first publ" .t 1 'uiid
Carlisle. son Dear Gene: I taken as confessed ..
I i corner markers established to- by yon. M notice. Each claim or a<
Ruth Carlisle of Starke has been Gainesville High Purple I have read with interest your< This nottre 1 hall be in writing and shah -' .
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ward the of T>* publishedij; '
purpose continuing. ie place of residence and Pt"
named the "Outstanding Soldier!! AI Hurricanes took the measure of SOUTHPAW the of the editorial of April 8 concerning the i once each week for four consecutlv/!: :,ice address of the claimant >
present
use dump. \ t weeks In
I I BHS Tornadoes Tuesday night at proposed closing of the regional the Bradford County Tele-1:*!]hall be sworn to by the ..:1..':i
of.,the. Month" for April at Ft -r; 1 Recently owners of adjoining1 ; raph. 'a gent, or attorney and ,n\ -
1 Jack Wainwright. son of Mr. the local park. Poor fielding by i Farmers Home Administration of- I hated this T dav of April. l! 5a. i V laim or demand not so f.mt, -
Devens, Mass. In a ceremony at property, Edward J. and Evelyn i' 'I (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby !'
'b void.
1 and Mrs. T. L. Wainwright ofj;|both teams kept the pitchers in --- fice in Starke. e
; -=-- -.-.- N. Whelan, had asked the City of Clerk of the Circuit Court Mamie Elizabeth Griffi:,
post headquarters on March 28 Airbourne hot water all the and to offset B I|j I want to pledge whole- By Marian L. '
: Lawtey enlisted in the :\| way ==- =_=_=_ my Crosby, Deputy Clerk As administrator of the
Lawtey to sell the 4-acre
Sgt. Carlisle received a threedaytrip I(Infantry on Sept. 5, 1952 and received -!i, this poor base running by both '-h garbage i'|i I hearted efforts on behalf of maintaining i 4. b U 4 :29 of Thomas J. Griffin. >l I. < .,-
: dump land to them, and the 4'4
to New York City and a $15 10 weeks of basic training''''teams i on the offense kept the =-=_'! .. 1: t==:= of'''I the office there. I have :i Mlllfi: OF IMiOlllTR

award; from Brig. Gen E. B. Gjel-\at Ft. Jackson, followed by three score down. Council agreed and set a price i i talked with the people in the :'lln the llrnilfurd('.unt> JudurN ('..un, 8"0111"bids will be tai.. .
$300, but when the Whelans in-! l CounO't 9:30 A.Y., May 2. 195; fi .
.weeks of After Wallace Rivers pitched six complete Farmers Home Administration''I I .
steen, commander of Ft. Devens. jump training. i j Male of Kloriila ';'I il 9:30 A.M. May 2. 1955 for t
The "Soldier of the Month" !I that he was assigned to Co. L of innings for the Tornadoes sisted that a title search be made, here Washington and, frankly, [ESTATE OF THuMAS:' GRIFFIN, !,,'ng to the Board of (1.unl\ ,
I Deceased.
and the cost be paid by the j nissioners of Pradford <
award is !based on appearance,;the 13th Infantry Regiment as a 'end allowed three well spaced hits. City ,they have not been very enconrag-!The !Stale If I'loriila. Tit ill l'erunIi.Irrsfe.I 'j lorida its requirement. t"rrade

military bearing, outstanding basic training instructor in leadership Gainesville scored in the first on : the Council objected.A |ing to me. I'm afraid it's just Drerilrnl: In Ihe Kktale vf .iiJ '.? gasoline and regulinotor '.

traits techniques of leadership, and training. ja double by Jimmy Allen. He took financial statement of the City 'another indication of this Republication .I I You are hereby notified that a i 955.! delivered oil\ from time into to thr u--

conduct. Sgt. Carlisle first won a On May 21, 1953 Jack was promoted third on a wild throw and scoredon for the first three months of 1955 | philosophy which is not 'written;be the last instrument will and purporting testament of'I to e bidders quipment t.erviee at Starke station., Flon T l ,!'

company-level contest and then to private 1st class and onI an infield out. In the second a.1Jrr I was given, as follows: 'too concerned about helping the said decedent has been admitted to r'essful bidder must also :

took top honors before the Army I I June 3 entered Leadership Training BHS scored with the help of I 1l''eiptsTaxes I little man. probate in this court You are here- I,r>rompt service for all til.r.< ; ,
commanded within six
I calendar .
Security Asency Training- CenterBoard 'i, School for a period of 8 weeks. !.singles by Edward Akridge and i -______________ _$ 154.51 I I have told the people in the by months from the date of the first tq a is tuired, from by time the to county time at pr1'\*:.:\.'! :.

to qualify in the competition -,He-graduated-as -the honor student, j Wallace Rivers. A single by Perry Fine & Forfeitures ______ 1,344.50 ,office here that I did not want publication of this notice to appear *Ie ommunity., Bids may be m...
in this court and show if 'a
soldiers selected McGriff a base on balls and two Licenses ________________ 20.00 them to cause any i gallonage price of ga1. 1 .
against various scoring 840 points out of a possible j take any final step until you can, why the action of this I iy the quart price of oil. r \ ,

from all units on the Post. ,1.000 the second highest grade ,BHS errors gave the Hurricanes Cigarette Tax __________ 871.83 ,they made another investigation of court in admitting said will to pro-i,i ng the discount offered p. ,
bate should not stand unrevoked egular retail price from t.'
i If
Sgt. Carlisle first entered the ,ever made in this school, and lack- ;another single run. Rivers showed '!Road & Bridge ___.._ 411.05 II the matter, and I told them that (OFFICIAL SEAL Theron A. Yawn ';.:ime prevailing. Any and .. .
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army in 1910 with the Starke ,ing only two points breaking the !signs of weakening in the 7th Total __________ 2831.94 I I1 felt that since our appropriations County Judge. Bradford County. ,I nay be rejected. and the' -n.. .' ,,'
Florida. 1>id shall be subject to < auit ;
National Guard Company. After !,school's record of 842 points. Upon I!:after a BHS error, allowing Clay'' itbursement (bill for the FHA has already passed First publication on April $. 1955 I II I.' any time the services .Ir ]p: ill..

serving for a time as Infantry graduation and promotion to cor- !Ellis to reach first. A walk to'': tr.\ Mayor ________________ $ 24.00 the house and gave them ample I 4,34t429: ue }found 1O.\IP unsatisfactory OF lOI'OTY1: i 'I"

Battalion Sergeant Major, he was I jporal, he went back to L Company I leftfielder Burns and a solid single Marshal ________________ 1081.80 ,money, that it would seem to me I! Minn: 10 ("IIEIII'fOU": sit :SKItS OF IIIL\Pr'I'Hi'i

transferred to the Air Force and !acting as Field First Sergeant. a..by Tom Salmon followed and Edgar :|'. Edwin Johns the Tornadoes' Clerk -_________________ 152.50 I very essential that they keep their In 'I'he Court Of 1 hr Count* J ail tit.llriiiironl I ItTY:, FI.t, IP.I P \
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dependable ill Con nl Florida. I 1'v: ut! \ I 1.,1 1 1I \
southpaw \\ I >
saw action as a bombardier in the ,position which he held until assigned '| Akridge took over mound prob- Council ________________ 24.00 (Present program at the current In Probate. 'J!i' rk ..f :
European Theatre during World i to overseas duty in Ger- i duty. Two walks and three errors aLly start on the mound against!' Light Bill ______________ 191.74 :level. I also pointed out that we i IV i Kt-: : I'-TATF.: "K TII" I.\.1 ; -

War II. Discharged in 1945 he reentered -;many in January 1954. followed and when the smoke I! Palatka tonight. lie pitched a Garbage Collection __.... 252.76 feel these FHA offices should be .
no-hit
the Army in 1953 and cleared three runs had scored. game against Branford Grader ________________ 23.75 ,:as close to the farmers as possible
j Upon arriving in Germany, Cpl. last eek
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plans to make it his career. He is j Wainwright was assigned to the Bradford threatened in the bot- Attorney Feees ________ 85.00 and that naturally moving the office \WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE

married and the father of three !351st Inf. Regt. in Trieste. Upon ton of the seventh with two runs I iCffice Supplies ________ 1.63 from Starke would make our

children. arrival there he was assigned to I when Glen Reddish singled, De- I'I with Gainesville leading 5-3. BHS ;Insurance _____________ 55.24 farmers in the Bradford and Union

While in New York Sgt. Car- K Company as a Platoon Sergeant, ,wayne Elder walked, Edgar Ak- 'I outhit the visitors 5-4 and Gainesville Printing ________________ 61.10 county areas have to pro much

lisle will meet dignitaries from serving in this position for only i ridge and Eulie Rushton both got : made 6 errors to 4 for BHS. '.Internal Revenue ______ 66.00 ,further for the service that they JlnH.

Headquarters First Army, and will two months. when he was promoted on base due to Gainesville errors Crucial errors and five bases on ,Street & Restroom ______ 117.00 I need.

be guest of the Army at a Broad- to Sergeant upon earned land Edwin Johns followed suit by ;balls as well as erratic base running .Misc. __________________ 111.00 You may be sure that I will do

way production and a major sport- merit. I'\driving a ground ball through spelled defeat for the locals. iRoad & Bridge to County 411.05 everything I possibly can to keep

ing event \ Gainesville second sacker Allen.I : The Tornadoes now have a 4-4 Bailey Ditch Bridge the office there in Starke. RADIO
1 Going out for sports, Jack played -
I Adridge tried to score from record. The next two games are I i Materials & Labor ____ 2,468.01 \
first base on the Co. K Softball
i second he was thrown out at the away from home, Palatka tonightand New Equipment ______ 3,029.62Total i I Sincerely, AND
I team. During football season he -- !
MatthewsMember
i plate for the second out. A pop-up Gainesville next Tuesday _______ $8,159.20 Billy
'inlayed n
with the 351st Inf.
Spearheads i I to the shortstop ended the game afternoon. j j of Congress; TELEVISIONSales
in Trieste. This team representing -

I!; 16 colleges, won -the !! Red Cross Total I| ,

(hampionship in Italy. The play-\ BHS Trackmen Win In CompetitionWith Bill Introduced 17-inch TVMahogany $1 59.95

.ers did a lot of traveling. seeing,
Stands At
I II most of Germany. Austria some ,|i Ocala Palatka And P. Y. Yongeawarded $2,054 I''To Pay Chapman and Service

I of Italy and made to ,
one trip _.
A bill -=rrsSsSflJflSJStSSSSSSflSSSSSSSSrSSSSSS.t5S I.
I was offered in the State
]France. Jack played right tackle Wednesday, April 6, Bradford to winning and runner-up The local Red Cross Fund Campaign -!\i Legislature Tuesday by Rep. Doyle' 224 N. Temple Ave. PHONE 166 Starke, Florida
of the team. \ I total rose to $2,054.32 this
and was co-captain
Ii IiI ;
High's cindermen in a quadran-:schools. ': I I IE. Conner to pay L. F. Chapman .
week with the of check -
At the close of the season the of-I receipt a i
I gular meet at Gainesville outclassed BHS points scored in the meet';I i'!superintendent of the State Prison
ficers entertained with I for $215.88 from the civilian and
I a banquet I Ocala, Palatka, and host i in addition to Humphries' were as : i $2,725 damages sustained by his'

lvt. Clarence-Melton son of Mr. 1 honoring, the team and each member -I P. K. Yonge in the annual P. K. !follows: Shot put won by Arthur !'i military personnel at Green Cove II automobile when a falling oak'I
and Mrs. Lonnie Melton of Hampton of the team was presented Springs Naval Air Station. This Sell It Rent h Trade It
t
recently visited his family with a jacket.In I Yonge Invitational Meet. A happy I Locke ((42 ft., 10 1-4 in.), Stanley I,!amount represents voluntary con- tree limb crushed the car on High.
I bunch of Tornadoes brought atrophy Clark second. Pole vault won by way 301 at Citra in 1953.

and friends. He has completed the November the unit was returned -' symbolic of their achieve I Humphries and second place won I'I tributions from men who live in I\. The bill explained that the accident WITH' A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED

first part of basic training at. Camp to the States, but members ments back to Starke to adorn the :by Don Slade. High hurdles won](: Bradford County. I occurred about one mile;

Gordon, Ga. and has returned for with over six months service lobby of the new gymnasium. j by Strickland ((16.6)) Second and ,j C. C. Anderson of r awtey reported -I north of Citra in Marion County Low Rates Good Results
fuither training at the same camp. :still ahead of them were trans I a splendid collection of I' ; E'asy To Place
The BHS cindermen finished way fourth places in the broad jump I injuring Chapman and demolishinghis

ferred to Linz Austria. This included ,ahead of the pack with 75 pointsto I'went to Bobby Ferguson and I $85.30 among the colored resi- automobile. It points out that: 10 WORDS OR LESS. ONE INSERTION :50c

Jack and since being in 53 for their nearest competitor .Wayne Wooten. Jimmy Weldon ( enti,. there, and a partial report hospitalization insurance coveredthe I EACH ADDITIONAL WORD Zfl

rTi I II Austria he stationed. with the !i Ocala. Palatka had 50 1-2 points I won first place in the discus throw I from Janie S. Mitchell of Lincoln injured man's medical ex. DISCOUNT OF is PER CK>T o.\ TWO OR MORE INSERTIONS

II Ii I 1st Bn. of the 349th Inf. as I while P. K. Yonge brought up the 'I (119 ft. 6 in.). his best so far, !City of $22.50 was also received penses, but that his car insurancewas

I Athletic and Recreation N. C. O. lear with 36 1-2. BHS had seven and Freddie Stephens took a I this past week. not sufficient to replace this I 2.Se ADDITION FOR BLIND ADS OR ADS NOT PUD I\ ADVANCEMEMORIAMS.
II i George Huggins,,f und chairman, I
Sports he is now promoting include first places while PKY had four, fourth place. The 880-yd. relay carnage.
basketball bowling, table I urges all workers to complete their I CARDS OF THANKS, RESOLUTIONS 20c Per Line
Conner's
I Ocala two, and Palatka one. I team of Strickland, Martin, Moore I bill holds that the state:

tennis, and boxing. He selects the ,Robert Humphries was the leading I and Ferguson took a first with a i coverage and turn in their reports. is liable due to negligence in failing .. (COUNT 5 WORDS TO EACH LINE)

I officials, chooses the coaches, and,point getter with 12 1-2 points time of 1:38.3. In the high jump I i I to maintain highway safety.Purina .

I schedules the games. I which included first places in the Stanley Clark took a second toj i jSandlin Pitches I I'TYPEWRITER-Underwood standard

Ii Jack is looking forward to re- ,pole vault, 10 ft., 2 in., and the Humphreys' first. The mile relay. Lake City Win Dealer's late model key-set tabulatoi-

i turning to the States and getting ,high jump, 5 ft., 6 in., and a sharein I team which included Martin SARATOGA HEIGHTS, II ford excellent condition. $65 Brad-
County Telegraph.
a discharge in time to enter the the record breaking mile relay i Moore and Ferguson, in addition' Over Tornadoes Grand OpeningThis Starke Florida tf
I
University of Florida next fall. 'which posted a time of 3:40.5'1 to Humphries. gave the BHS: SaturdayI FOR SALE-I Auto. Top carrier
Pvt. Leroy C. Glisson son of second of the Bobby Sandlin pitched and Urltr out beautiful W>..l llIdl"on (wire mesh) $5. See G. Kaufmans
Townsend Strickland was thinclads a complete sweep
Mr. and Mis. Albert Glisson, is .., I Street to Pretalt .ttenue and Cypress and Westmoreland Sts
', high individual scorer with 11 1-2 I two relays with a value of 20 I batted Lake City to a tight 3-1 I I Contests, prizes and entertainment large sign, turn right Pinehurst subdivision.

taking basic training at Camp ;,. points. Five meet records fell points. In the low hurdles Strick- victory over the Tornadoes on for all is promised at the Now Showing
Gordon Ga. Before entering the } ,"': '" Z% PAID ON SAVINGS KEYSTONE -
he the low hurdles, 440-yard run, I,land and Kirkland took second: April 5th in Lake City. Sand- I I grand opening this Saturday of I II' 3 BED ROOM MODERN STATE BANK KEY
4 em-
last Feb. was
service broad jump, mile run, and the mile and fifth places respectively. lin, a senior who gave Starke I Brownlee & Chasteen's new Purina I HOMES STONE HEIGHTS. FLA., MEMBER -
the Denmark Furniture I'
ployed at FDIC.
quite a football exhibition last fall
relay. The. last mentioned was dealership, corner 10th and Cherry
would appreci-! Lee took a
Co. in Starke. He the 880-yd. run Virgil
the only record set by. BHS. In- proved that he is just as good on Sts. in Starke. TrriuH to \etraiis, $10000 refcwr -
ate hearing from his friends at fifth as did Kenneth Elder I your b..u..... *:::-,O.tK upon 1950 ENGLISH FORD low mileage,
place the .
dividual winners received ribbon i diamond as on the gridiron.He I The store doors open at 8 a.m. rioting loan and you mote In. good condition. Priced to sell

the following address: Pvt. Leroy awards in addition to the trophies I I in the 220. allowed only one safety to the,I and free chicks will be given to Klertrlral appliance optional See it at Torode's Used Car Lot.tf
C. Glisson RA14552509, Co. F. 1st : '', with pnrrhaorr at no additional
: Tornadoes, a single to catcher the first 100 people visiting the I

Int. Tng Reg.. 2nd Pit.. Camp Gordon Pitchers' Duel Ends In 3-2 VictoryFor I.1 Eulie Rushton in the second in- 'I I store. There will be door prizes donn pajnient.Monthly paimrntM like rent.If 'enralF'ioridi'n JET j. D. onon, JR.
Ga. jo u want a home la ( HANDLE YOCR
Sandlin bat-
ning. fanned seven
I I and all children under 12, accompanied fa"t..t growing City CATTLE AND HOGS

ters as did BHS twirler Edgar.I I by their parents, will be SALES -
Over Palatka NineCharlie CALL Live Oak Each WednesdayGalaemllle
Tornadoes Akridge. Lake City got three I I given free balloons and candy. Earn Friday

I hits, two of them by Sandlin; but Music will be furnished by Big A. J. THOMAS tf

Williams of Palatka and extra innings.In three Bradford errors aided the I Chief Willis and His Boys ofnIBRTV

Bradford High's Edwin Johns I| the bottom of the ninth Wallace home club. and a number of congests REALTORH25 FOR SALE

-f !paired off in a pitcher's duel last Rivers opened up with a base Lake City scored in the first on I will be held during the day. : : :>> Temple Ate. Telephone 1S3Marie. ;

Friday night with the former on balls. A wild pitch enabled I a base hit. a stolen base and an'I'I Jim Chasteen, local Purina dealer Florida SLAG ROCK

throwing away his own ball game him to take second. Reddish fan- infield out. In the fourth Lake'II extends a cordial invitation to

in the bottom of the ninth frameto ned for the first out of the inningbut I City scored twice on a base hit. I!I(the public to attend this grand rAUI'EXTEIl, plumbing WORK-Block roofing siding work, Excellent for Drivewaysand

I give the Tornadoes a 3-2 victory Dewayne Elder lashed out a I two Tornado errors, and a hit 'opening. wiring sprouting and cement work. Write Parkways

base hit which moved Rivers to I batsman. BHS scored in the i i,, I ('. A. Sorrell. c/o Bradford County

second third. As Williams took his posi- fourth in a Lake City error, a I Telegraph. tfchg $3.00 Per YardIn
Pvt Leaston H. Forsyth, son ofMr Palatka scored in the ona I
Williams andan tion on the mound he tried for fielder's choice and a wild pitch. In Circuit (u.n. Rradford County. WATER FRONT LOTS Crystal 5 Yard Lots
I and Mrs. Joe B. Forsyth of triple by Freddie \ Florida, In ChaBeerrBertha Andrews owner,
Hampton, recently arrived at Ft. outfield fly. The Tornadoes\Rivers at third, and the BHS out- The loss to Lake City put the Ollie Prince Plaintiff, vs. Lake.I'hone Starke Guy 383; Keystone I IHf'll'htq
fielder trotted home with the Tornadoes at an even 500 mark Artie Eugene Prince. Defendant. 38S6 tf Call
Buckner Okinawa and is now a picked up two unearned runs in I Case Xo. 10-945

member of the Ryukyus Cornmand's 'the fifth on a single by Glen Reddish game-winning score as the ball with three wins and three losses. Order Of Puhllentloa And Notice To Large Blooming AialeaatPKC'ItL BILLY JACKSON
: r went wild over third. Appear State of Florida Tot ON AZILKASAND
the
SILK
__ Friday night Tornadoes face
Transportation Service. He and, as Dewayne Elder hit a Artie Eugene Prince, whose residence CAMF.LLIASAll Phone 165
entered the Army last November I sharp i grounder to the pitcher, Williams The Tornadoes outhit the Ma- Palatka on the home field. Coach and address i Is: Pvt. Artie Plant .t Half Price
Cpl. Harold Davis son of Mr. roons 8-3, but Palatka's eight Joe Hull will be eager to claima Eugene Prince. V.L.L.S.T. 7!!. c/o SEEING IS BELIVIXGIJKVEDERB
overthrew second and both
completed basic at York. RADIOS REPAIBEOAll
Xew
training Postmaster Xew York
and Mrs. H, K Davis of Starke,land rrors were their downfall. BHS the Maroons AZ.UE.G.RDEX
victory over inas- You a"e required to appear on
Ft. Jackson, S. C. men scored. M'HSEHY
A>D Make All Models
is pictuied above receiving the 1st had miscue May 9, 1955, in the above name
only one afield. De much as he was a member of the Pauline Earle Collln aea..uaale ..h.r... .r..teei

Cavalry Division Special Troops Pvt. Joel Roberts son of Wm. H. I Palatka tied up the ball game ini wayne Elder was top man for. Palatka nine not too many years: seeks Court and divorce cause.and wherein restoration plaintiff of I Phoie IlOlbort 8-236: EarlttoB, Fla.tt CHAS. C. SHEPHERD

Softball trophy in Honshu, Japan. Roberts of Raiford, recently arrived -i the sixth when a single, and base Bradford offensively with three. ago. Tuesday night of next weekthe maiden name.Bradford rei W. Tall lit. Slarfce Pk. 23 I

Cpl. Davis represented the trophy- in Japan and is now a member -!Jon balls preceded Palatka right- hits. Johns allowed four hits and I Gainesville High nine will invade publish this County Order Telegraph in next shall four WANTED TO BUY HOUSE-Suit- GOOD WATCHES NOW $1 down
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winning 13th Signal Co. I I fielder James' two base hit. tanned nine Maroons. Except for, weekly issues. able for Lake Cottage, 2 or and II per week at Dahmer'stfchg
of the IX Corps. A repaiman in Starke to provide opposition, rooms, must be practical to moveto
(Neither team could score in the poor base running the Tornadoes Witness my band and official seal lake. Call Mrs. Crowson at 29 _
the i
71st for another
Engineer Field Maintenance night contest.
this 5.1X5.
servicemen at Starke, Florida, April ,
Two Bradford County FOR Caladium
!seventh and the went into SALE-Fancy-Iea\'ed
game might have the
took in Exercise -I Co., Roberts entered the run up score. CAN YOU BF.L'FFor OXLY bulbs SOc: ea. at Carradine's, U. S.
tecently part -
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
week, :301 1 mi. south of Lawtey.
and PSe a you
down
Roundup. an Army training Army last September and completed ; Boy Friend Trouble As Clerk of Said Court. 5-OO GUARANTEED 9tchg 5/7
'Trackmen Face Intramural Track I I can have a TEN YEAR
Austria. basic training at Ft. Jackson [ By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk AaUmatle Gas Hot
maneuver near Salzburg, S. C. Leads To CuttingAt Lloyd Bass. 302 Clark Building Water heater la your home-follyinitialled. THREE LOTS FOR SALE-225 ft.
They are Sgt. Jack M. Wainwright, Tough CompetitionAt For BHS Girls Jacksonville. Florida. For old and new en.- front approx. 300 ft. deep. East
i Attys for Plf. 4/8 4t 4/2S tomer of) &LADK GAS CO. Phone Fide St. Clair St. City sewerage
of Mr. and Mrs. L. Negro Ball Park I
son Truby T. Sgt. Robert L. Beam writes Jax Beach TodayWith Begins Next Week 121. .' Street being paved. See Glenn

Wainwright of Lawtey and PfC i|to the Telegraph from Landsburg. i REGISTER FICTITIOUS !NAME Duke or phone 95. tfchg
Gurman whose wife j Adding insult to injury, LuraMay Notice is hereby given that the .
Kennedy,
Germany as follows: a triumph in the P.K. j The Bradford High Girls intra- undersigned, under the provisionsof FOR RENT-Nieely furnished threeor
Ada lives Graham. Frazier Ross (colored) tamp, Electric Motors more rooms, for
Lou, at apartment
"Just received another paper andit Yonge Invitational more than a mural track program began this Chapter 20,953 Laws of Florida. Adults. Elec.
kitchen, shade
ered with the affections of Rutha of 1S41. will register wim the over
Sgt Wainwright reported overseas is to week behind them, the BHS Track week in the Acts apartment all day. lawn. For
good hear from home each I 7th 8th, 9th and 10th Clerk of the Court in and for Bradford -
a leaf ago for duty with the week over here. I pass the Tele- squad will be going after tougher grades. Two days are devoted to May Frazier's boy friend (both I County, State of Florida. upon REWOUND AND Sale$600. -size Puilding 100 z Lot 200. -Mrs.$300 L. M.to
colored), and then last of proof of publication of SERVICEDSmall
349th Inf. Regiment's Co. B. He graph on to T. Sgt. Holland R. competition when they travel to activity. Monday the 7th and 8th Sunday this receipt notice. the fictitious name of Clark, Rt. I, Box 440, Bessent Rd.

entered the Army in September Brown and Sara L. Brown who are Jacksonville Beach today (Friday) grades run their events and Thurs- afternoon here in Starke stuck'out to. J. McGriff Appliances under % left of Call St. bridge. 1 mile.
her tongue at her rival.A which I am engaged in business at Appliance Repair _tfchg
1952 and received basic trainingat
stationed here for a gala afternoon and evening day the 9th and
on the same base 10th grades com Call and Walnut Sts. Starke. Fla.
Ft. Jackson. S. C. I I fracas occurred later at theball interested in said General Machine Werk PIANO FOR SALE-Baldwin Spinet
with me. Sara is from Maxville.!of track events. i I That the parties 1
taken
Pvt is automatic :: pete.Miss game in Gary Reddish's (col business are: G. J. McGriff. 307 East In trade on organ. Save
Kennedy an Sgt. Brown is from Hampton and Last year more than 20 north- Nina Bishop, girls physical ored I Can St., Starke Fla., sole owner. S JJOO on this two year old, new
ball with Rutha in- conditioned
rifleman in the 503rd Reconnaissance is in the 12th Radio ) park, i Dated this 25th day of March. A. piano. May be seen
Co. and has been overseas here at Landsburg.Their Mobile Sqdn. I Florida High Schools competed in education instructor at BUS, an- 'flicting several dangerous wounds l I i D., 1S55 at Starke, Bradford' County All Work Guaranteed Story in Starke& Clark by writing, Wurlitzer your Dealer Knabe:

I this meet. All of the schools that nounced the following results Laura with knife. Florida.
since last October. of on a 3/5 4t 4/15 Gridley Music Inc., 1025 W. University -
1 Reasonable Rates
addresses
-- I T. Sgt. Robert L. are Beam-14262142: I competed in the P. K. Yonge meet 'i I last Monday's competition: The'high As a result, Laura May FrazierRoss Fla. Phone 2-4032, Gainesville 2tchg 4-15
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Cpl. David E. Woodward is will be in the Jax Beach meet I jump was won by Freda who comes from Orange, !SOTICB TO APPKiR
Hq. 6910th Secty. Gp.. Box B-31, i i iKimbler !. Clrrvlt Co.rt. Bradford Ce..t7i FOR SALE-One Frigidaire Automatic
of Room 7A. The Park is in serious condition and,
home leave from Ft. Belvoir plus at least a dozen others. The preliminaries a ,
on
APO 61, New York, N. Y. | Florida I. O..ry. RED SEAL Washing Machine {75. One
Va., visiting his mother, Mrs. Jim- I {I Bradford squad is eyeing at least I for the hundred yard Rutha May Frazier who lives near'jU':' P. Snyder, Plaintiff vs. Sara'Snyder Norge Washing Machine Wringertype
T. Sgt. Holland R. Brown-AF-l Defendant. Case Xo. 10-926 used CO days $75. Xewsome
dash I
also held
were is in the
( Monday and Jacksonville county jailunder
mie Woodward of Route 1, Starke I 1446190. 12th Radio Mobile Sqdn.J|three meet records which, with .ttee To Appear. ELECTRIC & MACHINE Paint &0 Body Shop. 2tp 4/22
his sister Mrs. Evie Johnson of i luck, favorable track and weather jthe finalists include Freda Kimbler $1,000 bond, charged with' To: Sara Snyder. whose reeidenee .
Box 117, APO 61, New York N. Y. i 'I Nancy Dally, Charlene Dennis. "assault with intent to commit; \|and address is- 205 East 4th Street. SHOP FOR SALE-Case Tractor with disc
South Jacksonville and his wife] i j conditions, and top effort, the Anniston. Alabama. and cultivator. 'Cheap. See Fred

Mrs. Betty Woodward. In three!; Seaman Wm. R. (Bobby) Crews 'i Tornadoes just might crack. These 'Joan McDaniel, and Brenda Mari ----I murder". j Wheeler at the A & P Store. Itp (

months he will be leaving for service -json of Mrs. S. L. Crews of New ,,include the half-mile relay and the i tin. Thursday's results were not YOU CAN WORRYING ABOUT F. W. CRAUDON 'FOR SALE OR TRADE-1J49 Hud

in Greenland. His present ad- ]River and husband of Mrs. Freda I!1 mil -relay.and the pole vault. |available by press time yesterday. QUIT Owner, Manager son 4-door, good running condition. I
I I I 1349 Buick Convertible'
dress is: Cpl. David E. Woodward ;[Green Crews of Starke, is now at'.! Leon High of Tallahassee has TELEVISION REPAIR COSTSYou 106 Washington St.-Phone 397 radio and extras new top. with Will ;

RA53194893, Co. B, 588th Engr. :the U. S. Naval r.eceiving'Station, a consistently good mile relay and ':.events. Preliminary events will Starke, Fla. sell or trade for pick up truck,

Const. Bn., Ft. Belvoir. Va. I i Norfolk Va.. awaiting further assignment ':half mile relay team, and has j begin at 3 p.m. at Fletcher High1! can now keep your set playing without that \ lots Also, acreage one 12 lite or what steel have casement you ,

to a Naval unit in the '!posted times which can beat the j School in Jacksonville Beach. j take it or leave DealS FOR SALE-Two story building 30 window size 52" x fl" complet?
Albert Clarke I x 60, cor N. Walnut and 10th Sis 'w ith screens,
A.
Cpl. good
make"
nephew ',Atlantic area. j Fletcher meet records of 3:42.4 The following week BHS will Service Calls For Tube Replacement $2.50 See L. D. Green, phone :S6-TV-2. Offer. Two: brand new as neW%-8 x 6-S
Mrs. N'ettie
Clark of Starke. recently i i and 1:37.3 respectively. Robert i i.enter the East Florida Conference I Plus Tubes In City 2tchg: 4/15 screen doors, bargains. One mile i

graduated from The Infantry |i I. Willie L. Carter, U. S. Navy. Humphries could hit the 11:2 1-2 Meet at Deland. j out Keystone Road, first house
School 'j I GENERAL REPAIR RATES ALSO LOWS FOR RENT-Five room house on across rail road track. R. C. Mur-
at Ft.
Eenning. Ga. j!fireman, is serving in the Far i I mark, but it must also be noted I South Street in Starke. A. J. tun. !U. 1. HOT' 34-R itp
after completing the school's advanced ','East aboard the heavy crusier that the pole vault will be a night 20 Years ExperienceCall Thomas, 32* Temple Avenue, Telephone .

leaders course. Cpl. Clarke |.USS Los Angeles, flagship of Cruiser I event and this fact alone makes YOU'LL LOVE the new Ester-' us Today or To 9:00 P.M. Phone 427.W 383. Starke, Florida. AXTED-Three waitresses. Apply yard New men KingMey and two :.

entered the Army in 1953 and I: Division 5. He is the son of ,it difficult for the contestants. brook purse-size fountain pens In'': BIAS TELEVISION SERVICE WILL KEEP PABIES. ;5 days a Bearh Itp
'week from one to six months old.
completed basic training at Ft. Mr. and Mrs. Willie L. Carter o* Ribbon awards will be given to all pastel shades. Only $2.58 at Brad- ('onta.tfrs: Graham Crews, IUi FOR RENT-Three room furnished
Jackson S. C. i : CHARLES W. BIAS, Prop. i Box 181! about mile
Lawtey. first five I 1. or one on apartment ,
place winners in all ford County Telegraph. i Road private entrance L P
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(Farm Forester Receives Certificate National Lead :Board Accepts ;Most Taxes Paid
Road Matters And Welfare Requests
Reports To Board Equipment Bid Kelly Reports v \

I i !Deal On Record ,For CafetoriumThe
Time Of CommissionersFirst i Don Champion, Bradford and St. All but about $3,000. or 4 percent
Occupy ',Johns County farm forester presented ( of the current Bradford
bid
Ot S4.91;>.80 for cafetor-
a semi-annual report to the Involving over a quarter million County real and personal property
inm folding tables and chairs by
order of business at the Board of County Commissionerslast dollars a deed was filed recently the Newton School Equipment taxes have been paid to this cUte,
i jthe pipe he needed. weeS, along with an estimated the J. R. Kelly, tax collector announced -
regular meeting of the Board of in courthouse covering the Company of Jacksonville was accepted -
An application was read from budget for the coming year. i this week. The unpaid
County Commissioners, after the I I recent purchase of a huge tract of Apr. 4 by the Bradford
reading of the minutes, on Apr. 4 I County Judge Theron A. Yawn( Chairman Bishop of the Board t' !land in the northern end of the j County Board of Public Instruc- I amount is about the same as this
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that doors, similar to those time last he added.
glass i
j year
at the courthouse, was a resolution : Iquestioned Champion regarding County and adjacent counties by,tion during the regular monthly
made by Commissioner E. L. .II installed in the tax collector's office spending some of his time in an National Lead Company from St. n.eetmg. By payment of one per cent
replace the solid doors now admitted .Mun-'s Kraft I i penalty people can still pay their
Champion
Crawford that in the future the I I adjoining county. Corp. In other
(I l loading to his office. The Board actions the School !personal taxes until
Board inspect the property involved -' that he had been fighting The Bradford County property Board property April
kf
I l I against the law for anyone to adopted a resolution re- 15. After that date, they will
fires in counties other than those
deeds for 'ild !
before consists
accepting of parts of Section questing the State
build such a cattle Department of :;also be for the cost of
land on which the County was expected -!(I gap. 1!assigned to him for management '-'I phs Sections 25 and :C6: all in :Education to designate Bradford charged
and maintain'I Jerry Gay, president of.the local j work, but stated that inasmuch as i advertising.
to grade 'I Township 4 South, Range 22 East, !County as an adult testing center
introduceda '
roads. .j Chamber of Commerce the State supplies 60 per cent of mounting to 1,503 acres. It lies'which i Real estate taxes are now subject -
I State C. of C. official who cited the funds for his services, it feels >n the left hand'side of Highway I among other things would i' to a three per cent penalty,
the motion not
Although was the school
qualify authorities to
seconded, it provoked a discussionof i the amounts other counties are(justified in calling on him for any ;iOl going north starting at about j.award equivalent diplomas ''jand! people have until April 29 to
donating to that work, and urged ) to' them. before the cost of ad-
work. w Highland, pay
the work recently requested by that Bradford County increase its j emergency and runs about two adults where the required amount'I'
will be added.
Charles H. Wolf, Jacksonville, on appropriation. The Board suggested lie further stated that he can miles parallel with the highway.Purchase ;'of study has been completed. vertising

his and deeded roads not fires in Bradford of this
property I fight County property points
to Gay that he. appeal to Re-appointed the following principals -
bordering on Santa Fe Lake. A I the because Bradford County voted toward the possibility of another I, for the have been added. the new school
it at the July meeting, when next school year: W.
difference of opinion developed as (matter of next year's budget will down participation in the Fire ilemnite mining operation in this,T. Coram Jr., Brooker; H. B. In- vill be inspected by the State
to the amount of work involved, Control Program, and added that area. National Lead Co. is engaged -
,be up for consideration. gram, Lawtey; L. H. Futch. Heil. ,Board of Education for final aireptance '-
and later in the day Commissioner I of welfare any future activity of Bradford : in mining minerals from;bronn; P. T. Nolin, Starke Elementary -
Bishop, Crawford, and Prevatt inspected I The problem costly County in that program will not I Florida sands, indicating that the School.
the roads in cases resulting from indigents\ be- be purchase of the huge tract was I Re-appointment is
question.M. urged by the State, but will be
I
ing cared for at hospitals was discussed Cpl. James Harris (lefty son of Mr. and Mrs. Tom HarrK of lit. 2,, ,necessary each year for these positions -
C. Prevatt, Keystone Heights left for the County to re-consider. for the purpose of expanding its' ,
at length, and was sum- Starke, recei\es a General Education Development certificate in Leghorn )i as these principals are not PEST CONTROL
attorney, on behalf of his client, Champion related that the first operations. It established a laboratory ''on
I med up in this statement: "People Italy, from Lt. Col. Glenn I. Clinebell, I*. S. Forces in Austria'sulytittt several in Starke a continuing contract.
Comdr. John D. Patterson, Jack- engineered sale of timber with years ago |
,( sonville, owner of the partially ,i don't realize, how much it costs the competitive bidding had been held, command deputy for administration. Cpl. HarrN received the I land conducted extensive test drilling fee Voted to contest the sum of $440 as a legal TERMITES
along with
completed development, Crystal County to pay for the indigent with good prices as a result. certificate for furthering his education through the t" S. Armed I operations in the area north i!counties the suit brought other ; ALL Tli-ES OF

H:>mesltes, on Crystal Lake, re- :sick.; The Board expressed approval of Forces Institute program. He is assigned! to the 617th Army I'nit's I of heie.j railroads to have their by tax certain assessment -- i Household Commercial

quested that the Board accept I A regular monthly statement the work of the Farm Forester. I| Headquarters and Service Company in Leghorn. j' I( the company establishes a reduced. i GROVE SPRAYINGCall
deeds for about 1-2 mile of streetsin of the financial condition of the I mine on its new holdings it will I
that development, and grade I County's affairs was gone over in le the third such operation in this I The School Board and architect ; for estimate
Kelly Elected took 4 at Hot bins. Leading Knight; J. D.
The place on April
and maintain the same, and also detail by the Commission. j Ificers i I : area. The Humphreys Gold-duPont'formally inspected R. J. E. (Negro) i Florida Pest Control
furnish fill to help construct a report showed the following bal- 'Head Of Elks 'the regular meeting of the Elk's Doyle, Esteemed Loyal Knight; ilmenite mine at Trail Ridge east'High School, and found it to be & Chemical Co.
ditch. ances at this time: General Fund. ,i, Lodge Jerome Johns. Esteemed Lecturing lof I[ Starke has been operating for I
Fine and Forfeitures. Knight Marvin Urquhart, Esquire. 1 (Substantially completed. County 2220 N.W. 6th St. Ph. 6033
Chairman Bishop suggested that $26.137.51; Initiation of two new members, ; ; '[several years. The new Highland :
Prevatt present surveyed descrip,$21,137.85; Road and Bridge Williard Williams and Palmer Wil The new officers are as follows: !; Dinner was served by members plant went into production this Supt. Harmon P. Morgan stated : Gainesville, ria.I .

tions of the streets to the Boardat $27.429.40. Hams, and installation of new of- ':''J.' R. Kelly Exalted Ruler; Irvinj i ,f the lodge. i I'month. that when certain finishing touches I

the next meeting, and that the was told that installation of the --

site Board and in make the meantime a decision study in the the glass more doors comfortable would make and the save offices c == .-...-..-..eev-..us. -

matter. fuel, and it ordered that glass ommmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmma
installed leading to all I
doors be .'
Several friends and neighborsof ;
.
offices.A '
a man suffering from a cancer
appeared before the Board, asking resolution opposing the moving -

that assistance be given him. Dr. of the Farmer's Home Admin-

A. Y. Covington reviewed the case stratlon office in Starke to Gaint's-I.

, for the Board, and said that the ville was expressed approved andordered III!
sent to the FHA officials.A ,
man Is to be admitted to the cancer -
r clinic of a Jacksonville hospital new procedure on the approval II[
very shortly. of bills was instituted at this 45,

I Jerome Johns and Jimmy Sey- meeting, whereby all bills werej i r r 1 1Il
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read aloud, with time given for )
mour asked the Board that they be
explanation or dis- r>
given an opportunity to bid on the any necessary
0 rll sion. It was felt that in this i -
gasoline, lubricating oil, and serv- i I
time could be saved, as compared -
V ice requirements of the County. way: : f _
practice
with the previous
.
After some discussion, during ,
each commissioner inspecting i D
, which the commissioners agreed of I!

that all service stations should each bill individually.recommended to the I I rt\: a _
have an equal opportunity for the It was '
business, it was moved and!Board that a joint meeting of the I'I'I I

seconded that the County advertisefor I Board the School Board and the ___ __ ,
for a Hospital Corporation be held with ; .;,
bids on its requirements wIPM I'I I
time. the view of determining how much i ,I
period of one year at a
The Board voted a donation of the Hospital would require in the aS p RI N iI iIsf.aEatilNd
I future from the racing; revenue. i
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$10 to the Crippled Children's IAt I time all funds in SgNltgTlOp 0 I
the present ; ''Hl II
Drive, application by Mrs. Ruby q
on I excess of $80,000! a year (which is Ai:1: .taae.Ml RM sUPP ________
Johns, chairman of that group.
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The Board voted the sum of,divided equally and the between School Board the Commission ) go- ____ ________ ___________________________ ________ __ __ ________ 14'I
$::260 for legal services on behalfof ,
to defend the j to the Hospital Corporation.
Bradford County .
the County's interests in the suit I A list of the Work Orders issued : ,4a
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brought by certain railroads to during the past month approved.This was. j'i I

have their tax assessments re- read and individually that I
duced. It was brought out in the system requires any I
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ensuing discussion that the Coun- work other than the grading and _

ty stands to lose many thousandsof maintenance of roads be done only'Ipon '|;! SAT. APRil 16 )

dollars in taxes if the railroadswin )\ a work order, signed district by the the ,, I 1 Ill 1) ill illII
whose
the case, and that the cost I commissioner in
,
of contesting the action amounts work is to be done. STORE OPENS
I
to about three per cent of the sum A request by Presbyterian officials _
involved. I that the County furnish IIfIII 8 A. M. d' )

The mother of a man who suffered -||clay to be used for road construe- '' ., aI II Ii!
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Mil MilII
a broken neck as a result of ition in the proposed Camp Montgomery :'' .
diving into Black Creek appeared to be located on Crystal' T

before the Board and requested and Emerald Lakes, was rejected I II ,,. .
help in obtaining a brace. The I ibv' the Parlon, the basis that it ; i / Ai

- Board told the applicant it would)j|innli not do anything of that nay: : II II _

check into the situation and doj i j tine unless the land for the roads I

whatever possible. j[was deeded to the County. -

Dr. A. Y. Covington gave the : still; another w'faro applicant ,a1n

Board a resume of the proposed I i npeared before the Board this I

treatment of about 700 schoolchildren I:one with the request that he be ic"s _, rI

with the new Salk vaccine I I iven a set' "of false teeth. The I
,.
as a means of combatting I I Board explained that it could not .

polio, and expressed the view that "amply.!

if successful, the effort may be a I A'petitioner asked that a cattle I am r IFS r

mark in medical history. gap across a county road be re- FOR OUR GRAND OPENING. "

There was almost no end to moved, and the Board agreed to

welfare applicants during the do it. explaining that it was 'w u- \ I

meeting on Monday, for still j -' ...
another one appeared at this time i I T We will: give 15 W.L. Cockerels to the first 100 people : '. ; ,

his request being that the County
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furnish pipe for a new well. YOU'LL LOVE the new Ester- J! visiting Our Store on Opening Day. You will receive

He was told that the County'!brook pur>e-slze fountain pens inIlla..tt'1 : tickets for chicks
to be delivered
shades. Only $2.:>8 at Brad- .. to our store on Monday
could not possibly do as he asked. I

but one member of the Board 'Iford County Telegraph. 18th. Bring your Box or we will furnish it for only 5c. SUPER PRIZES
Schedule Of Events
volunteered privately to give him :, I'


I SPECIAL SALE S A.M. Doors Open HERE ARE SOME OF THE PRIZES

FREE CHICKS ((15)) To First 100
9 People In The Store Check-R-Bo ard
FACTORY FACTORY J
i FOR OPENING DAY 8 A.M. till 2:30 P.M. Register Pocket Knives
'r o Balloons
For Door Prizes

APPROVED ENGINEERED 2:30-5:00 P.M. Music Contests t Candy
V "enll sell for only 8c. as long as they last. Heavy Breed and Prizes' I Frying Size
SERVICE PARTS
Cockerels. They make wonderful Fryers. I Chickens.Fly

I. Spray

{Washing{ Painting, Repairing, Reconditioning I Aluminum Double Broiler # '

Wrecker Service BIG CONTESTSFLYING "7".

SPECIAL I MUSIC I I, *

BRAKE TIRES IGNITION !

TESTING BRAKE TUBES AND GENERATOR STARTER 4 Big Chief Willis And All His Boys r, CIRCUS CRACKER I II Special Free Gifts

LINING SATING TO ALL CHiIDREUDDER 12Accompanied
FENDER SALES BATTERIES I FROM WMBR-T.V.[ JACKSONVILLE E

REPAIRS AND ALL ELECTRICAL : (II I BALLOON I I By Their Parents

To Play All Your Favorite Tunes HOG CALLING V I
BODY WORK SERVICE SERVICE : 'I HUSBAND CALLING Balloons and Candy


I FROM 2:30 TILL ;):00 P.M. .. TALLEST MAN PRESENT As Long As They Last
Complete Lubrication Service ill

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DODGE JOB-RATED TRUCKS


Reconditioned Used Cars and Trucks ; "YOURPURINA

We Can Arrange Financing On Major Repairs
Brown1ee & Chasteen


HARDY BROTHERS MOTOR CO. I DEALER"


600 Temple Ave. fftjjjS?'' Phone 69


YOUR DODGE PLYMOUTH DEALER Cor. 10th and Cherry Sts. Phone 143 Starke Fla. '"


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PAGE BRADFORD.COUN"TY TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA -- -
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company spend several hours each fin mock battle. I Crawshaw; L. L. Sapp. Jr.. and "'ife'l j chip Five (5) South, nI
Guard Unit Rates week preparing for training and The company held its regular 'iStallmgs Mar} Sapp and; M.B.E.A. Edwards Stallings; W.A. L.J. Twenty-two (%!) East, Bradford Range I boundary(1S7.6) feet of the to right-of-way the Northerly of I
Home Demonstration ; I County Florida and being "
other matters in addition to the I scheduled drill'Monday night when Roberts and Elizabeth Roberts his particularly described more aforementioned graded road, said
1 regular Monday night drill where i it was visited the Battalion I wife; F. H. Long; Clara Markilhe ( For point of reference as follows: chord bearing South ten (10) de- i
by commence grees West
; run thence
and H. J. Stewart, i South
Notesby as guardian of i at the >
t Superior ClassLocal they spend from three to four '[Commander, Maj. Robert V. Link, Estate of Clara :Markillie; Royal'' said Section Southwest and run Cornerof thence sixty-seven(40) minutes(67 East degrees and forty 1

e F hours in training. A survey taken and his staff for a quarterly in- (George unknown Markillie spouse; of if each alive, of and the i( East of alond said the Section Southerly boundary Northerly boundary a along distance saId of J\
prior to field training last year revealed spection.In .if alive, and if any of them'l i two hundred a distance of one hundred sixty-seven tI6:) '
t.Ri t. I DOROTHY ROSS National Guardsmen in Hq that the average company {dead, to the unknown spouse heirs nine tenths (574 seventy-four,9) feet, more and or feet to point of beginning. *
{devisees, grantees legatees', i You and each !
assignees less, to the of you are hereby
Westerly
Home Demonstration Agent & Hq Co., 2nd Bn., 124th In!. are officer spent 20 hours per week, The Circuit Court Of Florida. creditors and other claimants of the right-of-way of boundary State notified that a Bill of Complaint 1
proud to have received a ratingof in addition to drill night, doing Eighth Judicial Circuit la And I and by through under or against each Road Number 200; run thence has been filed in the Circuit Court \
For Bradford County every of the above named per- North thirty-two (32) of Bradford County Florida in \
Superior on their annual armory National Guard work. Many of I. Chancery.GEORGE sons, who are deceased; and The and forty-two (42) degrees Chancery, by George J. Estes and
minutes East I
Gardening "leggy" stems.Air.layering. inspection held here March 10. I the non-commissioned officers do J. ESTES AXD BETHXA (American Trust Company, a cor- I along said Westerly boundary a Bethna Estes his wife as Plaintiffs '
,
"must" for is best practiced in 'ESTES, his wife. Plaintiffs vs. iporation as Administrator of the distance of two hundred forty- land against you and each of you
Tomatoes are a This is the first time that the the same thing. FLORIDA LAND AND IMMIGRA Estate of Gen. )0'. Markillie, also seven and twenty-three hundredths as defendants; that the nature of
your home garden. Two most the spring or the early summer unit has received TION COMPANY OF FLORIDA et ([known as G. F. Markillie. deceased, (247.23) feet to a concrete I said suit is to quiet and confirm the
months. a rating of Superior The unit received $4,901.46 for 'al.. Defendants. and as trustee of the Estate and monument on the :title of plaintiff George J. Estes
Northerly
tomato plants
popular varieties of although it has been rated Ex- QUIET TITLE, ETC. for the heirs of faid decedent, and boundary of the right-of-way of and Bethna Estes his wife to the
and Rural Library drills held in December, January, its unknown successors, above described
available locally are Rutgers cellent for the past five ORDER OF PL'BLICATIOAND trustees a graded road for point of be- lands as a fee simple
Perhaps you will be interestedto years and and February, accordng to information -NOTICE TO APPEAR stockholders, and other claimants ginning. From point of begin- title; and you are required to
has by through. I :
Warglobe. just missed being rated or under It; the Amer- ning thus appear and serve a copy of your
know that book collection Superior released by CWO Crosby. THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: ican Trust Company described continue
A starter solution helps when our spring Florida a corporation North thirty-two (32) ;answer and pleadings on Plaintiff
has arrived from the State by a very narrow margin. The unit completed its range fir Company of Land Florida and and Immigration as guardian of the Estate of Royal 1 and forty-two (42) minutes degrees East attorney A. J. Thomas, Jr. whose
setting the plants. You can buy a I "We its unknown George Markillie, and its unknown along said [address is Starke. Flarida and to
commercial solution or mix two Library and includes the following are very happy about our ing at Camp Blanding on March successors and other, trustees, stockholders successors, trustees, stockholders, distance of Westerly two hundred boundary a file the original *f your answer! t>r
eighty-
rating and feel that it is a result of 26-27 claimants by. and other claimants by through or nine pleadings in the office of the under-
%
of regular garden books: for adults Desiree by I with each enlisted man having through or under it; under it The Bank ( 89) feet to a concrete
level
tablespoons a lot of hard : of Starke a de- monument; signed Clerk of Circuit( Court on
fertilizer gallon of water and Selinko, The Cain :Mutiny by work by members of qualified with his basic weapon. Emma Pearce Hi'I, a widow. Individually funct corporation, and its unknown eighty-eight run(SS) thence degrees North April 18, 195, otherwise the allegations -
per and
Wouk, Popular Home Decoration!the unit says CWO A. L. Crosby The Regimental Chaplain, and as sole heir at Law successors trustees, stock- fifty-eight (58) minutes West of said complaint will be tak- s
well when setting. of Louis II. holders a ,
water the plants Jr. Hill deceased, whose and other claimants by distance of en as confessed by you.
unit
Why not try something different by Gillies, The Whole Armor by administrator. (Maj. Roy L. Crews, trained with residence, and address Is Lawtey. (I through, or under it; The Federal eight (%76) two feet hundred to the seventy-Easterly IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that \
"I know of the unit Florida: Mrs. Bertha Stuckey, and Land Rank of Columbia, a corpora boundary this Order of Publication and Notice -
? Try mulching tomato plants, Faith Baldwin, My Cousin Rachel only one other unit and conducted church W. L. Stuckey. her husband whose I tion; and all other persons having former State of the right-of-way of be forthwith published omeeach
as they respond well to this prac- by Daphne DuMaurier, Shadow in the 124th Infantry that has received services on Sunday mornings.The permanent residence and address is !or claiming any right title, lien or run thence in Road a Southwesterly Number 13; I week for four consecutive
Jacksonville, Florida; Bennett L. I I interest in or to the weeks in the rradford Tel-
plants properly Marriage by Kathleen Norris, a rating of Superior" says I Wilkinson, Jr., and lands following ; direction along said Easterly (' County
tice. In yneral, unit has one more weekend Lorraine D. Wil- ; ituate in Bradford County; boundary egraph, a duly qualified mulched with pine needles, saw The Swimming Pool by Mary Lt. Randal F. Chitty, company i training period at Camp Blanding and kinson address his wife is Jacksonville, whose residence, Florida -I,Florida, to-wit: i' a curie, said and along curve the having arc of a I tn said County.
commander. I A parcel 1 of lan radius WITNESS my hand and official
Rinehart. For Children i of
Roberts I
ronturnlng one one thousand
dust leaves straw yield more I ; Thomas J. Burrin Louise eight ;
or Glauz-
Oil May 28-29 when the men will ; and thirteen hundredths1.13) hundred sixty-one seal at Starke. Bradford Count,
over a longer period than un- Horses are Folks by Anderson, Many of the officers and noncommissioned take part in a Command Post exercise Geo.man and W. Christine Jennings M.and D. Lovine Jennings; I acres, more or less in the South- two hundredths (1561.8 and %eighty-) feet i*Florida this March ISth 1955.

mulched] plants. Mulch the plants Linda and the Indians by Anderson officers of the local in which they will compete Jennings, his wife, and R. II. Smith E.I: ( west Southwest Quarter Quarter(SW 4) of the I and a chord being concave to the West. (I(OFFICIAL of SEAL Circuit) Charles Court of A. DarbvClerk Bradford -
Erastus G. I (SW%) ('f distance of one hundred
Hill Trustee
8 to 10 inches high. Thoroughbreds by Anderson, ; Joseph Section County, Florida
when they are twenty-six (26) Town-I :
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eighty-seven t
and sir tenths. .. t,a ... .. .Q
For some helpful] information in The Black Stallion Returns by u -''- -- -- J

gardening request the agent to Farley, The Blood Bay Colt by I ,'

send you the leaflet entitled Farley, Wild Palimino by Holt, \

"Vegetable Garden Production and The Dutch Colt by Meigs. I IIII{ '

Guide." These are just a few of the

AirLayeringWould books. Many other good books i lII lIIh \
liiil
are also in the collection.
you like to have some
Anyone not having access to a
those favorite shrubs in
more of
library and who is interested may
your.yard? Then try multiplyingthem borrow these books by contactingthe
by a process known as air-
agent or any home demonstration
layering. With this method a member. h

stem is induced to root while it Books are available to both

fa still attached to the plant. adults and children. .

Azaleaa., hlblicui.____., erotons.. hwm.I .
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS '" -
ganvilleas, and other plants maybe
!. The Court of Ike Coaaty Judge, -
increased this way. It' is a very Bradford County, Florida, v.VC'" '
,easy and successful method. I. Probate .
IN RE: Estate of Minnie Alford De '.
'
Just below the leaf a ring of ceased.To \

bark is removed or a cut is made All Creditor and Percon HayIn. .r .

partly through the stem. A mass Said Claim Estate or Demand Again

of moist sphagnum moss the size You and each of you are hereby
notified and required to present any Hq & Hq. Co. 2nd Bn.
of a baseball is placed around the claims and demands which you, or
stem where the incision is made either of you may have against the
estate of Minnie Alford. deceased ,
and this is firmly bound with cord. late of said County to the County
Kitchen-grade aluminum foil or Judge of Bradford County Florida
office In the court house of
at his 34
clear plastic material is used to said County at Starke, 'Florida, f
enclose the sphagnum moss. In within eight calendar months from 124th INFANTRY
the tme! of the first publication of i
this ball of moist sphagnum moss this notice. Each claim or demand
roots will grow quickly and abund shall be in writing and shall state
the place of residence and post office
antly. Roots will begin to form address of the claimant and
after three weeks. When shall be sworn to by the claimant

tion shows that the ball is Inspec-well claim agent,or or demand attorney not and so filed any shall such r- ON ACHIEVING THE HIGHEST RATING OF i

filled with roots, cut the stem be Henry void. Williams, As administratorof a ,
through and pot the new plantIn the Estate of Minnie Alford.
r
fresh soil. The mother deceased.
plant First publication :March 25. 1)55. x- _
Is now more attractive and is 3/25 4t 4/15

shaped up better without its
NOTICE TO APPEAR

I._Circuit. .Court..__Bradford d_ County, V SUPERIOR
Morioai IB iBanrrrr.Sarah Vi
Frances Dearmon Duffey
Plaintiff vs. John Francis Duffey
Defendant. Case Noi: 10-320
SPECIAL SALE rotted To Appears
t To: John Francis Duffey. whose V; V
residence and address is: 1i30! Hamilton V

land.You Street are hereby Rogers notified Heights,that Mary-a h fh-r .t V IN ITS ANNUAL ARMORY INSPECTION MARCH 10This

7Jortlens suit for divorce and restoration I V ,
of maiden name
has been filed against you In and r
above named Court and cause
you are required to serve a copy of

ICE CREAM complaint your answer on the or Plaintiff'a pleading Attorney to Life the is a well-deserved and hard-earned honor for our local National
T. David Burns 308 Guaranty .
[ Building Jacksonville Florida

or of and the before file Clerk the the of original the Circuit In the Court office on Guard Company, and we are proud of every man and officer in the I

25 day of April, 1955:
, e. otherwise Complaint the will allegations be taken as of confessed said- unit and the part he had in reaching this goal. (

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by you. .
I This notice shall be published
each week for four consecutive
week In the KUDFORD COUNTY f
TELEGRAPH.
I( Dated this 23 day of March, 1955. ff
I (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Court
Clerk of the Circuit f
By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk '
3/.'5 4t 4/15 i :

5OTICE' -TO APPEAR t"I t-; IMPORTANT NOTICE

IB Circuit Court Bradford County, it I
Florida: IB Chancery. and in peace : the lives and
Myra Jean William, Plaintiff, vs. ova r iberty property,, II
Johnny Williams, Defendant .' weaTrw TO THE
PUBLIC
Not lee To AppearTo Case No. 10-918 D :all our citizens have always been protected by the National

: Johnny William, whose residence r *t .4& ,,_
and address is: 100 West 141st i : v cftizen-soldiers
street Apartment 42. New York, Guard.TIn every emergency, have served the'I
New York. P bw ..* AM* n the near future the local National

suit You for are divorce hereby custody notified and control that a I I 1 United States.? This service to community, state and nation is Guard

of minor child has been filed 1 Ifeftffluaj'Sj irJVin igjiN Company will take part in
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in.t you la the: above named I '
Court and cause and you" are required I something of which the National 1 Guard may justly be proud. "Operations Minute Man" a national I
to serve a copy of your answer f* *%C MlfftJlr *W

Fred the or Plaintiff's Butler pleading 1309 Attorney to Barnett the complainton Bank I' h'e.Today., ,w our- zefghbors- and friends serving in the National Guard 1 test to see how quickly the I


n' i ii isse4Iwxl" and Building file the Jacksonville original In the 2, office Florida of I form part of a great force of trained men ready to serve in wartime National Guard can be assembled; I
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
I t.e-- -- for duty throughout the United
before the
S5 day of April. 1955; or whenever disaster strikes. Their voluntary devotion to
otherwise the allegations of said I X.,..* f+ ; ', States. The !local) company will be I
Complaint will be taken as confessed -

This by you.notice shall be publishedonce .duty commands? the respect of every American. notified with five short blasts of ,

i each week for four consecutive .
weeks in the Bradford County Tele the whistle at the Starke light plant.
graph. I II III'

Dated this 22 day of March 1955. The members of the company will
I (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby I II
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk then begin assembling at once in the ,
3/25 4t 4/15

''I Throughv the years a proud record of service to our community armory. This advance notice is be i

r-- --_. ing given the
so public will know I
: I

1b'OSc. II our state and our nation VVr what is going on and will not be I Ii!


uqtf I V ,""*"f :>::.,,' ', V unnecessarily alarmed. Just remember I

: that this is a "trial run" and

cooperate with the Guardsmen byaoiding
u.,, it's g4ibI good! ,,Oa TAEETAM9 FAITBJr

all unnecessary confusion ,,

I THIS TRIBUTE TO THE NATIONAL GUARD IS SPONSORED BY i

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HUNDREDS II
Koch Drug Store Iii
-- Guidon Grill i y V ,, ''II'IIi

of details are managed and economic i VV- II!

ally attended that only a trained and ''II Denmark Furniture Co. v- ; !

careful organization can attend when Starke Dry Cleaners & Laundry :II
the urgent need for serving is at I
T. C. Hazen Jr. Sinclair Mktr.
hand.DeVVITT. ill i t t !l f

II I y'I I et C o. -- ''I''I!!

C. JONESPhone ''I i Big Dad Manufacturing Co., Inc. {4'
'o III
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Fla. :J, .x ;

to--- 7 Starke, ..,......... II( J. R. Kelly .- Tax CollectorSimpsonUrquhart -, Florida Power & Light Company V '1'

Funeral Director Ambulance Service
I II III
Our local funeral home enable u to otter convenience. &n4 Pontiac Central Florida Gas & Appliance Co.

services not otherwise available. I il ,.: ; '. _, -
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6 .'1 116 1 I' I i Starke Builders Supply Charley E. Johns & Son Agency ; ,:
I i I II
We furnish the highest type service at lowest prices, and : II

accept ANT life insurance policy fin force lasted by ANY ,

company u payment la part or In full on a funeral. I' I .

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_ FRIDAY, APRIL 15, 1955 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STAEKE, FLORIDA PAGE ELEVENWherein

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diced onion and a diced potato.Put of Prevatt's Upholstery Shop under I, la Circuit ('our(, Bradford County.!weekly 4ssues.i |I I Case No. 10-JS7'j'and file the original In the office of
which I engaged business at
a lid on and simmer slowly ttoute One am Box: 442, Starke in Fla. Florida) I. Chancery I Witness my hand and official seal i I Notice To Appear ;he: Clerk of tne Circuit Court on.
]Donald D Nirmaier, Plaintiff vs ,rat Starke Florida, this March 39, .
Nathan if I'revatt and Irene S.I'" i! To: Benjamin Trubit. whose residence '>r before the 2 day i :Mu
Add catsup ] -
until the liver is tender. Rose Mary Nirmaier. Defendant '1955.
Prevatt, sole owners Route One, >! ;'' and address is; 11 Riverside ;11 1555; otherwise the allegati-r< > f
or a sauce if you want flavor. I Box 4 U. Starke. Fla. j ,Order Of Publication Case Andotlee No. 10-934 To (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. DarbyAa Drive, New York New York. ,ald Complaint will be taLt n a*
This is called Braised Pork Liver. Dated this lath; day of March, A. ; .Appear State Of Florida To: Marian L. Crosby Clerk, Deputy of said Clerk Court 1 l i iBy i You are here notified that a :'confessed by you.
I ,suit for
D 1955 Bradford
at Starke County. Rose Mary Nirmaier. whose resi- This notice shall be ;,!.,h+d
We have not had a funeral for Florida. .Cha! R Hess 204 Guaranty Life I IRldg. pu
j ience and address is: Route 2, New .. Jacksonville Florida. : fliwrr 1'I.t..d ', < i.ntrol and support :once each week for four coeiute -
Eome time. Seems to be very I of this nonce, the fictitious 3/25 4t name 4/15l I]RichmondYis.. ;Attxs. fur Plf. 4/1 4t tOTICF. /:: ', ..f mim-r child "n': weeks in the Bradford Cnmty
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healthy weather. That gives me I You are required to appear on _- has been filed against you In the ,, Telegraph .
8ur'essifffilrPONCA I .NOTICE TO APPEAR i May 2, 1955. in the above named i ''above named Court and cause and Dated this 30 day of Mar,-h. '.'. '.
1 _itY 4 bifa more time for the things I love la Circuit Court, Bradford County !{Court, and cause herein plaintiff '! :\ TO APFE1II you are required to serve a copy of i(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
to do. We still have the store I. Florida IB ('Ia.Beerr. |J seeks divorce, custody control and '"D Circuit Court, Bradford County your answer or pleading to the complaint Clerk of the Circuit Court
t4E8Ri- business. I J. II. Page. Plaintiff, \s. Joan Neta "|"support of minor child. Florida: IB Chancery.Lillian on the Plaintiffs Attorney 1 By Ma van L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
i which does a very good Page, Defendant. Bradiora county Telegraph shall Trul,itz. Plaintiff, \- IVn T. Frank Landrum, Starke. Florida 414, : 4.:
I note: as the countenance stairs and the Mortuary is on the Don sells bottle gas and refrigera-I Case Xo. 10-9J2 I 'publish this Order In next four jamin Trubitz. Defendant

is made beautiful by the first floor. When it gets warmerI tors, stoves, furniture, \otlre To Appear. ---- --
To: Joan .Ntta Page whoe residence -
soul's shining through it, so the shall give the Mortuary a good washers, and cedar chests which ) and address i!': Unknown.You .
world U beautiful<< by the shining cleaning and then plant my garden. is a good business at graduationtime. are hereby notified that a / -

through it of God. I have my seeds.I I am just so happy these suit Divorcehas for
still hear from many of my I days. I have been drinking two been filed against :you In theabove No dms; /) 8ujJ'GUDfiEAR.
Old friends will lov- and I named Court and cause and
old scenes pupils and friends in Florida. Irene glasses of milk each day
you are required to serve a copy of
lier be, I Padgett is so good to write. She find I have more strength and your answer or pleading to the com- .
As more of heaven in each we lives near her mother, Gertie do not get tired so easily. I plan plaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney .Jr

E. K. Perryman, Starke, Florida,
see.; Faircloth now at Clay Hill. Daisy next to do a little sewing to get and file the original in the office ot
Some softening gleam of love Lang writes me nice letters andI my summer dresses in shape so!'the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 2 day of May 1955;; :
and prayer had a nice letter from Betty the first summer days I will have,I otherwise the allegations of said f-

Shall dawn on every cross and Strickland, the Long Branch cor- plenty to wear. Complaint by you. will be taken as confessed '

care. respondent. Letters from Hazel Don is at the store now. He de- I This notice shall be publishedonce .

-John Keble Griffis, one of my pupils, Mrs. livered gas all morning. I had I each week for tour consecu-
ti\e week in the Bradford County
Shirley Padgett, and Nettie Car- some women callers this morning Telegraph.Dated .
The days and years roll by. It ter. They all remember.My I and I showed them my clean this 29 day of March, 1955.
will soon be nine since I I (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
years Dog Digger is still very house. Whoopee! All you women Clerk of the Circuit Court
finished my school teaching at lively and is getting grey about who keep house know what I By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk TUBELESS
4,1 4t 4:22
Clay Hill School and came west
the mouth. I had maple syrup 'mean when I say I never was so
to Nebraska and married my Don. Indiana. had happy over anything as I am over ,O!: .
from: my son in They < ,_: : $o _.
These have been rich in experience ,
years
70 trees tapped and cooked the having my house clean this early.I
work and living. Days sugar water in large kettles out started the 9th day of February I Wash Your Clothes i
sun-filled with a song on my lips I and finished the last week of
in the orchard. It is really good I DeLuxe Super-Cushions
and always a prayer. I like to in hot cakes and French toast. March. A long time to be diggingall 9 Pounds! I
think back and picture Florida as day.I I
One thing I do these days thatis
it was when last I saw it. They had house plants and
some
of much joy is practice in the For 40c!

for tell the me better.it has It changed was good so much as I choir. We have a church choir we had two bedrooms torn up at lit the/ wheels of your present car cost no more
the same time. It was warm
a
which I sing in and for Easter we FREE Bleach If Desired! z
remember. The.days pass so swift- sang with three other church thoiis clay and I set my house plantsout

ly and I love each passing day. an Easter Cantata, "Gad's Only on the sun porch. I did not 0 t a standard tire and tube
I have been house.I .
busy cleaning know the window little.
Son." We sang Easter Night at was up a
i painted six rooms. Gave the the school auditorium. I sing so- It turned cold in the night and We Will EASY TERMS
walls and ceiling two coats of
some of them were killed.I I
good flat oil paint. We had a man prano.I to hope all of you had a happy Dry Your Clothes I j I f-j \ MIX THEM OR MATCH THEM!
to sand the fir wood floors in five have found a new way Easter. For 20c Pay as little as

rooms. The furniture is all back in. cook pork liver. God Bless you every one. I \ 7 No need to hesitate! We can put Goodyear Tubeless .

place now with new curtains up i in 1 lb. pork liver cut in 'J in LOVELURAAll I In New Automatic Driers! I Tires on the wheels of your present car-no a

all seven rooms. In the kitchen I: wide strips. Salt and flour and t extras of any kind are necessary. And that's 0 weekthan

have new tile rubber blocks on the fry in hot fat until brown. Turr Racing Funds I more, you don't have to buy a complete set all at

floor and long hall. We live up. and add a cup of water and a once. You can replace one tire at a time if you -

Now Going To : wish without affecting the performance of either

TheVasheteria\ new Goodyear Tubeless or present '
Hospital Board your jour
Announcing The Opening 01 I : standard tires with tubes. +
remple Ave. Starke ,
l A check for $30,000 was received I / a ; ?' '
Start changing over now! Don't lose any time g
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last week by Clerk Charles A. L
STARKE RADIATOR SERVICE I I getting extra blowout and puncture protection, '
,Darby from the State Comptroller's - -- "' -" --
office as Bradford County's"Share u plus longer, safer mileage from Tubeless DeLuxe
RECORDING OU ANY KIND OF RADIATOR ,- Super.Cushions. Best of all, they'll cost you no
of the funds derived from -- -- ---" --' -- --
REPAIRS more than standard tires with tubes and
the state tax on pari-mutual bet- A
find trade-in allowances make the
ALL WORK GUARANTEED lUng at race tracks and jai alai you'll our large
COLONIAL Well all the unused miles .
frontons. This check raises the initial cost low buy t ,r.

I total received so far to $100,000, )' itn jour present tires! '

Temple A\"e. Green Bldg. Starke as $10,000 was received in Jan-I FLORISTPHONE For better motoring, frada with us lor Goodyear ., r

TONY HAMS, Manager ,wary, $25,000 in February, and !i Tubeless/ DeLuxe Super-Cushion Tires focoylHere's ] ,
$35,000 in .
March.Distribution
I :,
/ of the $30,000 is as j I 218 e i
follows: $5,000 to the Board of1! \
Idatiu.r.t County Commissioners; $5,000 toj! Your Cue to Switch, Too! 4 kA {'I ,

f fe l Rom where I sit... fy Joe Marsh the$20,000 Board to of the Public Bradford Instruction County; (j) Goodyear Tubeless DeLuxe Super-Cushions are standard 4 K

1 .. Hospital Corporation.As than '
J equipment on the finest 1955 cars. They cost no more b

both the County Commission FLOWERSFor standard tires with tubes!
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and the School Board have now received -I
Learn How to
$40,000 each this All Occasions
all
:year,
;. \ Pull future racing payments for this MORE PEOPLE RIDE ON GOODYEAR TIRES THAN ON ANY OTHER KIND
Together 'I
DISH GARDENS
year will go to the Hospital Cor-
poration. -
I
II POTTED PLANTS .
Saw a kid go by the Clarion alone than working alone. It I -- o--

office on a brand-new coaster wasn't long before we were sharwagonyesterdayanditreminded Plea Day Held I POTTERY / '

ing the wagon in return for SERVICE STATION

me of when my brother and I sharing the chores. By County Judge Flowers JJ'iredAnyuhere I. GOODMAN'S

were about forty years younger. From here, I sit, you cant en- County Judge Theron \. Yawn \I p TiG SEEDER D. GOODMAN

Our folks weren't poor but joy a privilege yourself if you re I held Plea Day on March 31 and ,

there wasn't enough to buy two going to deny it to others. There disposed of 35 cases, with fines, I GOODYEARiTIRiS: U. S. 301 at South City LimitsAmerica's

wagons for Christmas. We got are some folks who ant the right costs, and forfeited bonds totaling Nona St. Starke

one between us. Dad made a rule to enjoy their favorite beverage- $1,462.10 resulting. rAff6w M

that we each could have it for a bat would deny me mil right to an j Almost a third of these cases

week but the boy with the Oca..ionalIau.of beer. I doubt involved reckless driving by excessive I

wagon was responsible for keepif such people get their full speeding, while thae were a

in? the kitchen wood-box tilled. "share" of h.appineathough.. three cases of passing worthless

checks, two on drunkeness, and
Seemed a bargain to Bud and 11"
me-at first. But soon we discovered / AtJ.( others on driving while intoxicated -
profane language, improper
it was no more fun playing
muffler and other charges.

i 1. Greatest Distinction at any price!

Copyright, 1955, United States Breurrs FoundationThat's (Octavia Andreu Greatest
i Buy Watch' the caw pass and note that

.. i i Miss Octavia Andreu, 86, died only Pontiac stands out as far >as eyes

March 31 at her home in Lake can see. Naturally-it's the style of the

City. She was a native of Brad- future-and only Pontiac has it!
, ford County and a sister of E. B.

e Andreu, also of Lake City. She and !

was Baptist a Church.member of the Freewill youcanproveit! 2. Greatest Power at its price!


Funeral services were held Sun- Pontiac, with i the optional power-

day afternoon at 3 o'clock in the package, is the lowest-priced car

a Lake City Church of God. Burial delivering 200 horsepower, because

was in the McKinney Cemeterynear only Pontiac has the StratoStreakV8

toX' New River, under the direction with performance as advanced
of Wilson Funeral Home of
t .fp as Pontiac style.
Ae Lake City. c


lit Circuit NOTICE Court TO liradford\PPF.\R County '' '. / 3. Greatest Size at its price!

Plurldnt In Ch nrrrT.Mamie ; _
Jo Millers.. Robert C. :Miller 1 wheelbase .
Defendant. R' _.,,, ,, Pontiac has more road-leveling
+ Case Xo. 10.93 r 1 and big-car stability than any

e 'w b Votlrr To Robert To Appear f'. Miller whose residence a' i car priced with the lowest. Drive it

and address is: c/o L. A and feel the sensational difference! _
Shaw & Company, Macon, Georgia
You are hereby notified that a

suit Ptvorroustodv for of minor childrenhas control and support t : S'L T1 4. You can buy a big, 200 H. P.

been filed against you in the -
ahote named Court and cause and -- Pantiacforiessthanmanymadelsi
you are required to serve a copy of
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your answer or pleading to the complaint I of the lowest-priced cars and
on the Plaintiffs AttorneyT.
Frank Landrum, Starke Fla. much less than stripped economy
'. and file the original in the office of I
\ $j the Clerk of the Circuit Court on models of hig b3r- need makes!
or before the 2 day of May, I
? 1)55; otherwise the allegations of s w
\ said Complaint will be taken as confessed I y' r: -and only Pontiac gives you dis
by rou. I
.- >., I, This notice shall be publishedonce ; b, 111 ; 4 tinctive Vogue Two-Tone styling
each week for four consecutive I r Strato-Streak V-8 power and smoothness -
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weeks In the Bradford County Telegraph t
.. t; F and the riding and driving ease 1
Dated thi-s SO day of March. 1JI5 'I' I Ih
122' and
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby of a Shockproof Chassis on ]I
Clerkof the: Circuit Court I 124' wheelbases.
E"y Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
a funny bank ad! Tells folks to 4/1 4t 4 22 8553

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bank by mail when th.,weather's wet!'' OTl.1 OK IMRNTO\
iitcivruit Fieri'nois :NAMR: i
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned, under the provisionsof
Chapter 20.95: Laws of Florida
YES, PEOPLE DO UK TO KEEP DRY AND COMFORT- III Acts of 1941 will register with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court in and for
ABLE! WE CORDIALLY INVITE EVERY READER TO TRY Bradford County, State of Florida 1. .
upon receipt cf proof of publication ..
,to. ..
1 I 0 I f,L T, JO MAKE! DE OSIIS HERE. \ LOOK HIGH AND LOW

FILL DIRTGOOD ;

"'",,'.{....i AND YOU'LL GO

RICH


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BILL JACKSONJackson Simpson-Urquhart

Member Florida National Group Transfer Company


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,cially. Milk and cookies or Live Oak Florida: The Women's Dated this April 6th 1955. has been filed against you in the Complaint will ba taken as confessed Dated this 6 day ot .\,1.! :.,'
NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED ; (s) Carl Johns. City Clerk. above named Court and cause and by
y.ou. OFFICIAL SEAL
(
) Charles
.nuts will be served free or dough'I'I I Social Sewing and Saving Club !I 42t 4/15 you are required to serve a copy of i This notice shall be publishedonce Clerk of the Circuit A Darby Court

CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYBy will will Ozora Johnson your answer or pleading to the I By Marian L. '. ,
nominal fee if you parents present So- CALL FOR BIDS complaint on the Plaintiff'* each week for four; consecutive Crosb) Deput t'n-f

support the program. There will: prano and Dramatic Reader in Sealed bids will be received by Attorney Samuel W. Getzen. P. weeks in the Bradford County Tele- 4 i: IThat's .;
By Johnson, Editor the City Council of the City of 1\X 81. Gainesville. Florida 0'1
be two centers in operation -RJE,I Concert Recital on Monday, April
Starke at the City Office in Starke, and file the original in the office ,
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAlSleeping with Principal Thompkins in' 18, at 8 p. m. in the Dunbar High Florida until 7:0 P.M. on Tuesday, of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on''
School auditorium. She is the 19th day ofpril.. 1955, at or before the 9 day of May, Our Business
and
charge, Lawtey Training super-
which time and I
place all bids
Beauty Oi)eretta Cross has done a lot for the citizens received 1955; otherwise the allegations of L S S
will be
School with Principal Anderson in visor of Bradford County Negro publicly opened and said Complaint will be taken as : a
.\ hueett' I Starke. read aloud on the following If It's Glass We Have It !
i i of They have recently charge. Help them to make this Schools and has sung many times sup. confessed by you.

A cast of more than 60 first! helped the Cohen family in I I the biggest and best summer program for the late President Rooseveltat plies.Regular gasoline delivered City This each notice week hall for four be consecutive publishedonce 4v / CALL WHITE or VISIT

second, and third grade pupils of I i.their fire disaster. Give generously -I in the history of the county. the "Little White House" in Tank Plant at Starke City, Florida Light &Lubricating Water weeks. in the Bradford County Tele- '
; -
RJE elementary school staged this| to this great organization. 1!:iOuintj-\\ide Community Meeting Warm Springs. She has a vocaleses oils retailing at 40c per quart graph Dated this i day of April. 1'J5.: I Joe Peters Glass Co.FOR

operetta with gigantic success to.:Adult Education |, The Baptist Church of Hampton knowledge of five languagesand for(Sizes a required period of: 1-Quart twelve cans months.and iOFFIUAL SEAL) Charms A. Darby .

a capacity audience in the beautiful -: Persons interested in I will be the site for the fifth in a will present a group of arias. 5-Quart cans). By Marian Clerk L. Crosby.of the Deputy Circuit Clerk Court ANY GLASS NEED

auditorium of the new RJE;: starting I series of six featuring spirituals and Twelve months supply of lubricat 4"' 4t 4 ."<
countwide.commu reading We
Modern Store
Design Fronts
back to school are asked to sign ing oil. approximately 4000 gal- I '
high school. The teachers responsible -j Idty meetings that have been and some original compositions. lons specificationA.PI.. Gravity I Ii
for this magnificent up now at your school centers. All planned 24.8. :Maximum Pour 0 degrees }o'., I Ii Just Mail Us A Pattern for
production by the Bradford County Teachers Singer Johnson will be. accompa- Minimum i \OUCr. TO AI'PKUl
adults are invited to enroll so that Flash 415;>> degrees F.. a Table Tops
were: Chandler Givens. Association, C. C. Anderson, nied by E. E. Minott music specialist Saybold Viscosity, <@J 160 degrees In Circuit Court. Bradford County
Moffett and Jenkins. The music I|we can perfect the plan for start- of Bradford I F., 615 9 130 degrees F.. 215, @ Florida: In Chancery. 1313 N.W. 4th PI. Gainesville Fla. Phone 2-4353
I
i ing I classes by July 1, if possible.j'president.: These meetings are de- County. Whiteas t 210 degrees F., 60/64. Carbon Res- Calli Bryan I'Uintifi. \ -. i.i\-
was played by Frances Pierce. [signed to improve school commu- well as oolored persons have idue 0.25%, Iax.'isl'osity Index I mood LTyan, Defendant.
IA! representative. has discussed the i I 60 MiiiTwelve Case X'. l'j-r.0
The '
was highly
group complimented -i |nity relations. In an effort to in- been invited to attend this -
'plan for free units in Adult Classes I performance months supply fuel oil approxImately \utlre To Appear
ty Principal E. Thompkins who ifonn our citizens of one of the [ which is being sponsoredfor 500.000 gallons number To Raymond Rryan. w !h..-.. I M-
noted that there was a need fort I thiough the State Department of I 2 furl distillate, gravity API 32 to deuce and address is unkii" n
[
FINEST HOME-COOKED
community agencies that has charity. FOOD
1 Education. If you are interested inimproving .Dlan- 35 You ..re here!)) notified that a
a stage cui; tain which he hopes, The said
red to do so much for us we are City reserves the right suit for
will be donated by students and your reading writing to accept or reject any or all bids. Divorce
spelling and speaking ability join presenting R. S. Edmundson Administrator YOU'LL LOVE the new Ester- CITY OF STARKK. FLORIDA nas been filed against you In the Served
pat ns in the near future. | of the Bradford Coun- brook pun>e-size fountain pens inpastel I By: Carl Johns City Clerk. ibo\e named Court and iae ana Anywhere
these classes You learn
On April 19 the intermediate I now. can 4's :2t: 4/15 you are required to serve a copy ol
'how to do things with your hand ty Hospital as guest speaker. All shades. Only $2-58 at Bradford -I I your answer or pleading: t > the i >im-
department will present Alice In of the citizens are invited to come County Tt'lt'graph.OTIt'P' I olaint on the Plaintiff Attorney 9 REGULAR{ ; DINNERS
well head. is
Wonderland. The teachers are'as as your This a I I In Circuit Coart Bradford County T. Frank Landrum. Sta.-ke. Fl. .
out
S
on Sunday, SHORT ORDERS SANDWICHES
chance of a lifetime for the citizens April 17. at 2:30p. % I Florida; la Chancery and file the original In the rru-e ol -
woiking hard to perfect this op-i m. and hear Mr. Edmundson.You OP INTKNTIOV TORKGISTKH Dertha Ollie Prince, Plaintiff. :he Clerk o( the Circuit ''i ui' at.or S
Bradford Don'tspuin FICTITIOUSME HOME COOKED PIESeenp
eretta. On May 9 the 7th and 8th I of County. i t can't Notice is Artie Eugene Prince Defendant. before the 9 day pC :Ma>.
hereby
afford to miss given that
the music the .
it. knocks 1953 otherwise the allegations ol
Case No. ;
Opportunity only I .undersigned under the 10-945 I - ---- -
grade will present a Gypsy Oper-i that is provisionsof Order Of said Complaint will be taken as
planned Publication And
for you by the :otire 'lo
and when it does must Chapter 20,953 Laws of Florida. I
once you In
Specializing
etta. Read this paper to be well, Bra-Co-Philharmonic 'Acts of 1941. will register witn the Appear State of Florida To: confessed by you.
infOl moo of the commencement seize it.Summer. Society. spe- Clerk of the Court in and for Brad Artie Eugene Prince, whose residence Thi notice shall be puH.-hed
cial group and the Lawtey Training ford County State of "Florida and address is: P\t Artie I once each week for foui consecutive SEAFOODS AND STEAKS
events for all schools in the county -! Program Quartette. A new voice and a receipt of proof of publication upon of Eugene Prince. U.L.L.S.T. 725, c/o I weeks in the Bradford County Tele
Postmaster. :New York, New York. I graph.Hated. -
Parents interested in having this notice the fictitious name of
i new feature will be "Irene Jelson O. J. McGnff Appliances, under You ape required to appear on this 6 daof Apiil. la.'i",.
One of the most recent gradu-i their children attend school during coloratura soprano of St. Peters- which I am engaged in business at ; May 9" 1955;>> in the above name OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
ates of Florida Normal Industrial, the months of June and July Call and Walnut Sts., Starke Fla. Court and cause wherein plaintiff Clerk of the Circuit Court
I burg and Wateroak School. That the parties interested in said seeks divorce and restoration of 3y Marian I... Crosby. Deputy Clerk
and :Memorial College is Minnie:are asked to have them registerfor P. T. A. & Hobby-Club "ChitChat"The business are: G. J. McGnff. 307 East maiden name.Bradford I 4 S 4t 4 :?9AOTICU BROWN 4 DERBY

Bell Wheeler. She has been teach the program on or before May Call St.. Starke Fla, sole owner. County Telegraph shall
RJE PTA met on April 6, at Dated this 25th day of March. A. publish this Order in next four TO APFKUl
ing at RJE recently when regular -, 1. PI incipal Thompkins and Prin- 7 m.ith D., 1955, at Starke Bradford County. weekly Issues. Bradford County,
President In Circuit Court
teachers have been out because -'cipal Anderson will send some p. Sophia Royal Florida. I Witness my hand and official seal Florida In Chancery. Ethel Crew Jeff

of sickness or death. II'blanks for parents to sign. asking presiding. The devotions were S/25 4t 4/15 .1955.at Starke, Florida, this April 5, Edward Louis Thiele, Plamtitt, \s. andHveljrn Chancey, I
led by Rev. Damon Dell. President Dorothy Thiele, Defendant.
Lawtey Training Principal Leads for volunteer services during'the I :, OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby Case N". I') 94iNotice : Wise CAFE
Royal asked for suggestions as to NOTICE TOppP.n As Clerk of Said Court.
Principal C. C. Anderson is lead- summer program. Two per- I IB Clrralt Court. Bradford County. By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk To ApprarTo Owners Chef
what could be done to make : Dorothy Thiel, whose residence -
ing the county in monies reportedfor sons will be doing the work of 16 pay- Florida s IB Chaarery. 'Lloyd Bass 302 Clark Building and address is: !USainut ...

the Red Cross Drive. As gen- in one school center and one will ments on the new piano duringthe L.Snyder P. Snyder Defendant., I'lainlift.5.Case No.. 10-Sara:6 Attys.Jacksonville.for Plf.Florida. 4/8 4t 4.29 Street, \Valden. New York that F_____ --__ i.- __ : : :: ,' .',::; '
summer. Rev. Dell You are hereby notified a
suggested
eral chairman of the community j be diing the work of five. so you Notice 1'0pp..r.. j suit forIivoree
I that put on To: Sara Snyder whose residence
we "family rally" i
a
of Lawtey he and his faculty see we will need your help. You ,and address is: 205 East 4th Street. NOTICE TO APPFARIn and settlement "f lealestate "
and ask each family of RJE to Circuit Coart. Bradford Count,.II tillshas
have already reported $85.30 cents. do not have to be an expert in Ann .;ton. Alabama.You been filed against you In the
I I Florida IB Chancerr.Lestie
pay $1 at the next meeting to be are hereby notified that a
Principal Anderson stated that any special field just a willing I suit for i Mae Tiatson, Plaintiff "5. En- I above named Court and causa and
held the first Wednesday in are required to serve a copy of
May. nis James Batson Defendant. you
they are a little off this year butt I woiker and teacher's helper. You I Divorcehas Case No. 10-928 I your answer or pleading to the INSULATE
According to Principal Thorapkins | been filed against in the
he considers this only a partial may enjoy telling stories goingon i I you jCollce To ApprlTo complaint on the Plaintiff's !
above named Court and cause and
there are about 90 families enrolled Ennis James r.at"on, whose Attorney Williams & Futch, P.
: 0'1
eport. Mrs. Hall Executive Secretary -! hikes, serving refreshments and you are required to serve a ropy of I THE
i at RJE in Starke. If each residence and address is.: 950 Rut- Bi>\ l'iS, StarKe Florida // :\
family the i
answer pleading to complaint -
or
of the Red Cross. commended -,making things. Get the "Do and your the Plaintiff's ledge Avenue Charleston: South ,and file the original In the office<
pays $l we can make more than on Attorney Carolina. : of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
all workers highly for all that ,learn habit this summer." The J. Donald Cibson, 100 Smith Bldg. You are hereby notified nat a or before the AND MAKE IT
four the which
payments on piano Jacksonville, Florida, I
has been done and looks forward)summer program is being directed I! I Iud suit for day of Mav 1!I.>;5;,
will take us over the summer file the original In the office!
to our reaching the quota this by L. H. Gibson, General SuperVisor in-I''of' the Clerk of the Circuit Court on I '- ( A FAST 'n"n

'ear which is $500. We need exactly -! assisted by Dr. Florence to the fall. All parents and 'or before the 9 day of May. 1955,1; I i-_ _c ,_ _-__ : ':'. _-_ __ _. i
trons who are interested in the otherwise the allegations of said i 1
$392,20 to go over the top. We!Jennings, who will work part-\\uplift and welfare of children are 'I Complaint will be taken as confessed SAVE $ SAVE $ SAVE $ SAVE $ SAVE -\I//
expect the patrons of Starke and,time on the colored program. by you.
asked to support this "family ], This notice ::.30.. be published
vicinity to help us. Principal Eddie{Gibson has planned long and hard
I'rally." Brooker community is be- once each week for four consecutivtj I
Thompkins is general chairman i,for the success ')f the program.We I,weeks in the Bradford County Tele- DRASTIC
ing collected by Supervisor John-
for this section. Principal S. G.t: expect to begin activities on : i raph. i iDattd
of 1S55
t son, Pmcipal Thompkins has the this 7 day April
Price has reported more than 20 June 6 that will he continuous until I (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby I

members for one dollar. The Red July! 29 We will need your sup- .Hampton community, Bro. Bryant I Clerk of the Circuit Court I IEy FIRE AND AUTO INSURANCERATE
is collecting in Lincoln City, Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk. !, I II T
i 1 454t 4 29 j I /xw
while Principal Roberts is to handle '
I //I
Wateroak high school parents, | \01ICK OF PltOIUTK. REDUCTIONSKeep :

and Principal Anderson the Lawtey I IB the ('"ulIlJud'. .'* Court, "HDfl.kI5RKE .ac.
I
high schcol parents. Any RJE Stale lirailforil of Florida( 'uuty Your INSURANCE in SffAiiKE: and still benefit

teacher is now authorized to take Deceased.ESTATK OF THOMAS J. GRIFFIN, from the LOWEST possible rates. I
II
vour family dollar for the PTA. ,tlbe Mntr of Florida, '1'.. III Prrxonxlntrrr I

Lets Pay For The Piano! I ,tr :
Thurston Elementary School You are hereby notified that a .r

will bold regular PTA on Monday written instrument purporting to .- SfRVICE
I be the last will and testament of Doyle E. Conner Insurance Agency _
niht Principal Price is askingall baiJ decedent has been admitted to

members to be present as business probate in this court. You are here- = BUILDERSUPPUESTHE (
calendar
of vital importance will haveto ,[by months commanded from the within date six of the first Phone 285: 129 W Call S1. Starke, Fla

be transacted. The Veterans of publication of this notice to appear I 'k4!; 31. at l.I
I Iin i this court and show cause, if any, (] & # .
i;Harmony Quartet will render a i you can why the action of this !i SAVE $ SAVE $ SAVE $ SAVE $ SAVE
i program at Ebenezer Baptist :court in admitting said will to pro-

I Church. Lincoln City, Sunday'bate(OFFICIAL should SEAL not stand) Theron unrevoked A. Yawn ; : .- <,'-. '., '. '.:. ..." I _.- :-.. ,_. :IJ1nNr
night. April 24. at 8 p. m. This is 1 County Judge Bradford County,

b $ 100 HJf in outs'andin;: quartet from|''First Florida.publication on April v 19a4,4t4 I -

Gainesville. A nominal:: 'mission I I 2? : G I1'e'r.EA'" IN AI 'ROCKET"r

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fee will be collected at the door. [ .i _- .' '
\OIMP. TO citinirolilit : : .
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('II 1"1.{'II NEWS The Court Of The County Judge, 4

I llradford Count}, .Florida r--- ..

I held Pleasant services GrQve during Methodist"Holy] Church Week"!,INnr: lu:- STAn I'robatr. OF THOMAS J. ,2M .JS: L, -. ._:!t. .hhn At _


\ on this Early Bird with Rev. D. W. Demps in charge. 'I ICPJFFIX.'To All Creditors Deceased.ami Person Un'-

lit I was reported by Layleader LeI jag ( lalni or lie inn ml" AKalnxtSaid
: i:,,tnte:
Trade-in Special !ona Royal that attendance was excel -i i You and each of you are her.'bnotified ) tea"i

I \ nt. funrise scvice was held ,i' and required to present an>
:hums ami demands which you, 01
I
on, Easter Morning- A Lave: Feast ]either of you, may have against tht
Was held at Mt. Moriah Methodist I[estate of Thomas J. Griffin, deceased -
.. late of said County. to the County ;
Church by the pastor while the ,' Judge .if liradford County, Florida i

communion message was delivered at his office in the court houseof ; J,
said County at Starke. Florida :
[::WM by the District Superintendent, I I within eight calendar months from q

Rev. Damon Dell. The Holy Eucharist ,I the time of the first publication of \ _
,
demand
this notice. Kach claim or
: was taken ty many members I Mmll be in writing and shall state ( ,
the of residence and post office -
place
01 the
charge and was adminis- ', address of the claimant. and l t -S : ,

tered by Rev. Demps and the Dist1't -:shall be sworn to by the claimant

Supt. Estella Roberts assisted agent or attorney and any such : t \\i ,
claim or demand not so filed shall J
in all ')f these services and can be void. T

truthfully be called Mamie Elizabeth Griffin, I -
one of the
As administrator of the Estate i i11
most loyal of the flock. We pin an I I of Thomas J. Griffin deceased 11

t i!orchid on Sister! Ethel Williams 4/S 4t 4/29 ; I

i who. in spite of adversity, has Sealed bids will be taken until III
I 8.30 AM.: May :2, 1955; for furnish-
j stood firmly by the and
NEVER AGAIN I will your old refrigerator be i : pastor til 9:0 A.M. May 2, 1955 for furnishing I
church program. Sister Williamshas to the Board of County Commissioners I

worth as much as it is today on this special trade-in had a very sick father for I I Florida its requirements of Fradford of County.regular tJ e4

offer. Use this extra allowance as down paymentand many weeks but she has not neglected -grade gasoline; and regular grade
motor oil from time to time during
own a big new Philco for just pennies a day. the church program in the 1955, delivered into the county's __ _
least. Rev. Demps always knows 'equipment at Starke. Florida at the

But hurry-offer good THIS WEEK ONLY! when she has gone to see about (bidder's bidder service must station.also The furnish successful i

"papa." We pray that he will 'prompt s..r\ice for all tire repair lequlred -i
by the county at such pricesas
.. .
... soon be strong and perfectly well from time to time prevail in the I
--. again.At community. Bids may be made at
a gallonage price of gasoline and I
Allen Chapel AJU.E. Church by the quart price of oil, or by stat

Brand New Bishop Carey Gibbs spoke on April I I'ing the discount offered from the
: .JJJ [ I 12. These regular retail price from time to I
Inspirational meetings J
I time prevailing. Any and all bids '
Design in Ever feel of 55
I a are being held throughout the en- may be rejected, and the successfulbid a twinge enyythen you see a

-... ... I' shall be subject to cancellationat OMsmolUe step out? Most foils Jo! Butthere's !
:- : 2DOORRefrigerator tire state of Florida. Rev. John!I, any time the services or productsare :
Groover was host pastor. The Missionary -]'' found unsatisfactory. no reason to deny yourself the thrills and fun

a 7- meeting will be held this'I I BOARD OF OF COUNTY BRADFORD COMMISSIONERS of a "Rocket1 ride! You're invited to take the

:- Recessed Sunday at :5 p. m. at the Randolphhome COUNTY FLORIDA. DRIVE IT YOURSELF I. *heel. to get the feel of the "Rocket" 202 Engine .
Po) Charles A. Darby, 'thedirinctiono that
T according to an announce- I to trend-getting
_. freezer door Clerk of Said Board.
rrr= a.
ment from President E. Givens. All 4/S 2t 4/15 "Co-Ahead" look! Perhaps you will want to drive the 1

.. \' makes this tbeeasiest.to.use I I ,.' sensational Sedan illustrated
Missionaries are invited to attend. NOTICE OF INTK\TIO\: TO new Holiday here. .

-.-. S Greater Antioch Missionary Baptist RKGItTRR FICTITIOUSVMK and ne'll have one ready! Stop in you're gure to
of all two-door Notice is hereby given that theundersignea
Church. Rev. A. Jenkins pas I under the provisions of ._ -' find( the going's great in a "Rocket 8"!

refrigerators f tor. will hold regular service|I Chapter 20.953 Laws of Florida, Acts _
af 1941. will register with the Clerk
stalling with Sunday School at of the Circuit Court in and for .

3 Ponder I Bradford County. State of Florida .
9:30 a. m. At p. m. Deacon .
upon receipt of proof of publication -
and his Sunlight Gospel of this notice the fictitious 1
CompletelyAutomatc ers of Jacksonville will Sing-I name of McGnff Mercury Motors .
'under which I am engaged in business -
the interest of the Progressive[, at Court and Jefferson Streets .
\ Workers Club of the Church. All i'Starke, Fla.
I G..T. McGriff. sole owner 301 E.

members and friends are invited, Call St.. Starke. Fia. / 44 _
to attend. Dated this 8th day of April A. D. ,
1935; Starke. Bradford County, Fla.

It's a big 12 cu. ft. Twin-System Philco Air Conditioned Greater Bethel Baptist Church,I 4/8 4t 4/29 _ JJ, ----L__ _ __ --

to keep foods fresher. Defrosts itself. No controlsto held regular services for Easter \otir* IlrlatUe To The' .Vdoptlon Of -

set. 212 cu. ft. Master Freezer Rev. A. Vinson. pastor. Sunday A Zoning Ordinance For The thy 1
sharp freezes to
I Of Mark. Florida
School at 9:30 a. m. Deacon Little
200 below zero. New Double Depth Dairy Bar. TO WHOM: IT MAY CONCERN: a
was on time as usual. The BookerT. You will take notice that a public
I Marshall children were absent hearing will be held by the City !
Council of the City of Starke Florida
Extra Special Trade-In Offers Terms As Low As I because they were in Deland visiting at its meeting room in the City ,

I their for Easter. Hall in Starke Florida on Tues-
53-00 grandparents day, April 19th 1955 at 7:10 o'clock ROCKET* ENGINE
On Other Sizes and :.Models Too Mt Pisgah A.M.E. Church will PM. at which time the City Council :
:'hold will consider the adoption of a I
regular services all day Sun-
A Week
Zoning Ordinance for the City of OLDSMOBI
day with Rev. E. L. Walker in I Starke which will regulate and restrict -

i charge. Plans are being made for'size of the buildings height number and other of stories structures _

C. Women's Day on the Fourth Sun-, the percentage of lot that may 1 COME IN FOR A DEMONSTRATION .
NASWORTHY I be occupied the size of )yards courts
At 11
day. the
a. m. April 2-1. and other open spaces the density

group will be addressed by Mother of population and the location ac4

Pullum of Allen Chapel and at 3 for use of trade.buildings industry, structures, residence and land
GENERAL SUPPLIES or i TOR ODE CHEVROLET CO.
p. m. Supervisor Johnson: will deliver other purpose. A copy of the Zon-
232 E. Call St. ing Ordinance to be considered is
Phone 193-J the address. All day on the on file in the City Clerk's Office

Starke, Fla. 4th Sunday the women of the and may be inspected. i PHONE 111 CALL AND: COURT STS. STARKE, FLA. 1 1I
I
All interested parties and citizens
church will have 1J I
I complete charge may appear and he heard at the J






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